Building materials are the foundation of every construction project. At USP, we have several decades of experience researching the markets for bricks, concrete, steel, wood products, and many more building materials. Architects, contractors and installers share their knowledge and experience with us about the building materials they frequently use.
Research questions that we regularly deal with are e.g.: What are the trends in building materials? How does the usage of building materials differ per country? What is the decision-making process for various building materials? How is all this affected by general trends like sustainability, BIM, and Prefab? To what degree are professionals interested in innovative products, and what innovations do they truly desire?
Contact us if you would like to discuss your information needs for specific building materials.
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Latest news in building materials
Contractors Anticipate Decrease in Prefab Usage Despite Labour Shortages and Digitalisation Trends
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Learn about the standard monitor research reports we have available on building materials.
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Download the latest report of the European Architectural barometer which outlooks the sector and also covers a specific topic
European Architectural Barometer Media orientation
So what happened to orientation behaviour during the pandemic? To track the changes in orientation behaviour, we decided to focus on this topic in the European Architectural Barometer Q1 2021 report. The full report is out now and covers many aspects regarding the changes in orientation behaviour of European architects due to corona. As we track orientation behaviour regularly, we can clearly map out the changes in their behaviour and provide insights on their future orientation behaviour. This report covers 8 European countries and is based on 1,000 successful interviews with architects.
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