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    • Get more info on this report!Shovel-Ready Infrastructure Markets BundleMarch 1, 2009Maximize Your Market Research Dollars with Savings of more than $4,600!For years SBI has examined a wide range of industrial markets and produced severalresearch studies useful to companies interested in the manufacturing, construction, andequipment markets.To maximize market research dollars, weve assembled one PDF featuring threecritical manufacturing & construction research studies. Each study provides acomprehensive collection of information, insight, and unique analysis not offered in anyother single source, including: forecasts, industry trends, products, competitive profiles,market dynamics, and much more.Each report is created by SBI analysts using our well-respected methodology ofconsolidating both primary and secondary research data from a variety of relevant andhighly credible sources.The three following manufacturing & construction topics, representing 475 pages ofinformation, are detailed in this bundle.1) U.S. Market for Construction Machinery ManufacturingU.S. Market for Construction Machinery Manufacturing is a comprehensive report thatprovides an in-depth look at the state of the construction machinery manufacturingindustry as it faced the housing and construction downturn in late 2007. Forecastsextend to 2011 and are shaped by the faltering economy. Included in this report aredata and analysis of shipments, imports and exports; and apparent consumption of theU.S. market. The report also covers major trends affecting the industry includingresidential versus non-residential construction markets; general economic factors andin-depth profiles as well as discussions of marketing and distribution efforts of keyplayers.2) Green Building Materials in the U.S.Green Building Materials in the U.S. explores and exposes the issues, trends andmarkets that are being driven by the green boom. It looks primarily at demand for greenbuilding products by tracking project types, occupant types, project locations and
    • building sizes. The report also examines several specific, key product groups including Wood and Lumber Products, Siding, Thermal Insulation, Flooring and Millwork. Because of the report’s “buy side” focus, the report does not attempt to assess all possible green products and product categories. 3) Thermal Insulation Market in the U.S. Thermal Insulation Market in the U.S. contains comprehensive data on the U.S. market supply for thermal insulation products used to insulate buildings, industrial equipment and appliances, defined as comprising the following categories: Mineral wool insulation used in the construction, industrial equipment and appliance industries Plastic foam insulation used in construction Growth in the construction and remodeling industries, combined with concerns over rising energy costs and noise pollution, are fueling market demand for thermal insulation. Uses of thermal insulation are wide and varied, creating many opportunities for manufacturers to find potential business. This report examines the shipment data, market factors, competitors and end users that will contribute to shipments in this market reaching $10.7 billion by 2010. TABLE OF CONTENTS U.S. Market for Construction Machinery ManufacturingChapter 1 Executive Summary Scope Methodology Market Size and Growth o U.S. Market Reaches $24.8 Billion in 2006 o Figure 1-1 U.S. Construction Machinery Market, 1997-2006 (in billion $) o Growth Seen in Nearly All Categories o Table 1-1 U.S. Construction Machinery Market by Category, 1997-2006 (in million $) o Two Categories Account for 52% of Total Market o Figure 1-2 U.S. Construction Machinery Market Share by Category, 2006 (%) o Shipments Match U.S. Market in 2006 o Figure 1-3 U.S. Construction Machinery Shipments, 1997-2006 (in billion $) o Table 1-2 U.S. Construction Machinery Shipments by Category, o 1997-2006 (in million $) o Imports, Exports Boom to Record Levels o Table 1-3 U.S. Construction Machinery Imports and Exports, 1997-2006 (in billion $) o Imports Driven by All Categories o Table 1-4 U.S. Construction Machinery Imports by Category, 1997-2006, (in million $)
    • o Export Growth Fueled by Trucks & Trailers o Table 1-5 U.S. Construction Machinery Exports by Category, 1997-2006, (in million $)Forecast o U.S. Market to Decline Near Term, Reach $26.0 billion by 2011 o Figure 1-4 U.S. Construction Machinery Market Forecast, 2006-2007 (in billion $) o General Economic and Market Trends  GDP Forecasted Growth at Modest 2.1% for 2007  Figure 1-5 Current-Dollar and Real GDP, 2002-2006 (in trillion $)  Economy, Inflation Prompt Interest Rates to Rise  Figure 1-6 Federal Funds Target Rate at End of Year, 2002-  Sep-07  Looking Ahead o Construction Spending  Non-residential Overtakes Residential Construction  Figure 1-7 U.S. Residential, Non-residential and Total Construction  Monthly Values, January 2006-July 2007 (in billion $)  Private Sector Growth Slows, Public Booms in 2006  Figure 1-8 U.S. Private, Public and Total Construction Monthly Values, January 2006-July 2007 (in billion $)  Figure 1-9 U.S. Monthly Private, Public and Total Construction Spending, Year-over- Year % Changes, January 2007-July 2007 o Supply Challenges  Increased Commodity Prices, Demand Lead to Higher  Producer Prices  Figure 1-10 Producer Price Indexes for Construction Machinery and Selected Categories, 1997-2006 o Industry and Market Trends  Infrastructure Rehabilitation Boom  Figure 1-11 U.S. Government Infrastructure Spending by Category, 1956-2004 (in millions of 2006 $)  May 2007 Wartime Funding Measure  Costs May Squeeze End-User Demand for Machinery  Green Machines and Standards
    •  Compact Equipment for the Future  Going Hi-tech with GPS and Equipment Monitoring o Distribution and Marketing Trends  Distribution Relationships Consolidate  Rental, Used and New Converge  Trial Drives Purchase of Innovative Products  Targeted End-User MarketingChapter 2 The Market Scope Methodology Market Size and Growth o U.S. Market Reaches $24.8 Billion in 2006 o Figure 2-1 U.S. Construction Machinery Market, 1997-2006 (in billion $) o Table 2-1 U.S. Construction Machinery Market and Yearly % Growth, o 1997-2006 (in billion $) o Growth Seen in Nearly All Categories o A Note About Machinery Attachments Data for 1999-2001 o Table 2-2 U.S. Construction Machinery Market by Category, 1997-2006 (in million $) o Two Categories Account for 52% of Total Market o Figure 2-2 U.S. Construction Machinery Market Share by Category, 2006 (%) o Figure 2-3 U.S. Construction Machinery Market, 10-Year Growth Trends by Category, 1997-2006 (in million $) o Shipments Figure 2-4 U.S. Construction Machinery Shipments, 1997-2006 o (in billion $) o Table 2-3 U.S. Construction Machinery Shipments and Yearly % Growth, 1997-2006 (in billion $) o U.S. Manufacturing Captures Less of U.S. Market o Figure 2-5 U.S. Construction Machinery Net Shipments and Share of Total Market, 1997- 2006 (in billion $) o Shipments Grow Slower Than Market o Table 2-4 U.S. Construction Machinery Shipments by Category, 1997-2006 (in million $) Construction Machinery Category Overviews o Tractor Shovel Loaders Lose Traction, Slip to $6.4 Billion o Figure 2-6 U.S. Tractor Shovel Loader Market and Share of Total Market, 1997-2006 (in billion $) o Table 2-5 U.S. Tractor Shovel Loader Market and Yearly % Growth, 1997-2006 (in million $)
    • o Tractor Shovel Loader Net Shipmentso Figure 2-7 U.S. Tractor Shovel Loader Net Shipments and Share ofo Category Market Value, 1997-2006 (in billion $)o Power Cranes, Draglines & Excavators Boom to $6.4 Billiono Figure 2-8 U.S. Power Crane, Dragline & Excavator Market and Share of Total Market, 1997-2006 (in billion $)o Table 2-6 U.S. Power Crane, Dragline & Excavator Market and Yearly % Growth, 1997- 2006 (in million $)o Power Crane, Dragline & Excavator Net Shipmentso Figure 2-9 U.S. Power Crane, Dragline & Excavator Net Shipments and Share of Category Market Value,1997-2006 (in billion $)o Personnel Aerial Work Platforms Escalate to $3.0 Billiono Figure 2-10 U.S. Personnel Aerial Work Platform Shipments and Share of Total Market, 1997-2006 (in billion $)o Table 2-7 U.S. Personnel Aerial Work Platform Shipments and Yearly % Growth, 1997- 2006 (in million $)o Crawlers & Off-highway Wheel Tractors Crawl to $2.8 Billiono Figure 2-11 U.S. Crawler & Off-highway Wheel Tractor Market and Share of Total Market, 1997-2006 (in billion $)o Table 2-8 U.S. Crawler & Off-highway Wheel Tractor Market and Yearly % Growth, 1997- 2006 (in million $)o Crawler & Off-highway Wheel Tractor Net Shipmentso Figure 2-12 U.S. Crawler & Off-highway Wheel Tractor Net Shipments and Share of Category Market Value, 1997-2006 (in billion $)o Mixers & Pavers Surface to $2.1 Billiono Figure 2-13 U.S. Mixer & Paver Market and Share of Total Market, 1997-2006 (in billion $)o Table 2-8 U.S. Mixer & Paver Market and Yearly % Growth, 1997-2006 (in million $)o Mixer & Paver Net Shipmentso Figure 2-14 U.S. Mixer & Paver Net Shipments and Share of Category Market Value, 1997- 2006 (in billion $)o Motor Graders & Light Maintainers Decline to $2.0 Billiono Figure 2-15 U.S. Motor Grader & Light Maintainer Market and Share ofo Total Market, 1997-2006 (in billion $)o Table 2-9 U.S. Motor Grader & Light Maintainer Market and Yearly %o Growth, 1997-2006 (in million $)o Motor Grader & Light Maintainer Net Shipmentso Figure 2-16 U.S. Motor Grader & Light Maintainer Net Shipments ando Share of Category Market Value, 1997-2006 (in billion $)o Off-highway Trucks & Trailers Drop to $938.7 Milliono Figure 2-17 U.S. Off-highway Truck & Trailer Market and Share of Total Market, 1997-2006 (in million $)o Table 2-10 U.S. Off-highway Truck & Trailer Market and Yearly % Growth, 1997-2006 (in million $)o Off-highway Truck & Trailer Net Shipmentso Figure 2-18 U.S. Off-highway Truck & Trailer Net Shipments and Share of Category Total,
    • 1997-2006 (in billion $) o Machinery Attachments Bolt to $885.1 Million o Figure 2-19 U.S. Machinery Attachment Market and Share of Total o Market, 2002-2006 (in million $) o Table 2-10 U.S. Machinery Attachment Market and Yearly % Growth, 1997-2006 (in million $) o Machinery Attachment Net Shipments o Figure 2-20 U.S. Machinery Attachment Net Shipments, 1997-2006 (in billion $) o Winches Pull in $294.8 Million o Figure 2-21 U.S. Winch Market and Share of Total Market, 1997-2006 (in million $) o Table 2-11 U.S. Winch Market and Yearly % Growth, 1997-2006 (in million $) o Winch Net Shipments o Figure 2-22 U.S. Winch Net Shipments and Share of Category Market Value, 1997-2006 (in billion $) Forecast o Residential Construction Weighs on Growth o U.S. Market to Decline Near Term, Reach $26.0 billion by 2011 o Figure 2-23 U.S. Construction Machinery Market Forecast, 2006-2007 (in billion $) o Table 2-12 U.S. Construction Machinery Market Forecast and Yearly % Growth, 2007-2011 (in billion $)Chapter 3 Imports and Exports Imports, Exports Boom to Record Levels Table 3-1 U.S. Construction Machinery Shipments, Imports and Exports, 1997-2006 (in billion $) Figure 3-1 U.S. Construction Machinery Exports as a % of Shipments, Imports as a % of Consumption and Net Shipments as a % of Apparent Consumption, 1997-2006 (%) Imports Driven by All Categories Table 3-2 U.S. Construction Machinery Imports by Category, 1997-2006, (in million $) Figure 3-2 Share of U.S. Construction Machinery Imports by Category, 2006 (%) Figure 3-3 U.S. Construction Machinery Imports, 10-Year Growth Trends by Category, 1997-2006 (in million $) Export Growth Fueled by Trucks & Trailers Table 3-3 U.S. Construction Machinery Exports by Category, 1997-2006, (in million $) Figure 3-4 Share of U.S. Construction Machinery Exports by Category, 2006 (%) Figure 3-5 U.S. Construction Machinery Exports, 10-Year Growth Trends by Category, 1997-2006 (in million $) Shovel Excavators Lead Product Imports Table 3-4 Top 25 U.S. Construction Machinery Imports by Product Type, 1997-2006 (in million $) Front-end Shovel Loaders, Heavy Dumpers Top Exports Table 3-5 Top 25 U.S. Construction Machinery Exports by Product Type, 1997-2006, (in million $)
    • Imports and Exports by Category Power Cranes, Draglines & Excavators Figure 3-6 U.S. Power Crane, Dragline & Excavator Imports and Share of Category Market Value, 1997-2006 (in billion $) Figure 3-7 U.S. Power Crane, Dragline & Excavator Exports and Share of Category Shipments, 1997-2006 (in million $) Mixers & Pavers Figure 3-8 U.S. Mixer & Paver Imports and Share of Category Market Value, 1997-2006 (in million $) Figure 3-9 U.S. Mixer & Paver Exports and Share of Category Shipments, 1997-2006 (in million $) Off-Highway Trucks & Trailers Figure 3-10 U.S. Off-Highway Truck & Trailer Imports and Share of Category Market Value, 1997-2006 (in million $) Figure 3-11 U.S. Off-Highway Truck & Trailer Exports and Share of Category Shipments, 1997-2006 (in million $) Tractor Shovel Loaders Figure 3-12 U.S. Tractor Shovel Loader Imports and Share of Category Market Value, 1997-2006 (in million $) Figure 3-13 U.S. Tractor Shovel Loader Exports and Share of Category Shipments, 1997-2006 (in million $) Crawler & Off-highway Wheel Tractors Figure 3-14 U.S. Crawler & Off-highway Wheel Tractor Imports and Share of Category Market Value, 1997-2006 (in million $) Figure 3-15 U.S. Crawler & Off-highway Wheel Tractor Exports and Share of Category Shipments, 1997-2006 (in million $) Motor Graders & Light Maintainers Figure 3-16 U.S. Motor Grader & Light Maintainer Imports and Share of Category Market Value, 1997-2006 (in million $) Figure 3-17 U.S. Motor Grader & Light Maintainer Exports and Share of Category Shipments, 1997-2006 (in million $) Machinery Attachments Figure 3-18 U.S. Machinery Attachment Imports and Share of Category’s Apparent Consumption*, 1997-2006 (in million $) Figure 3-19 U.S. Machinery Attachment Exports and Share of Category Shipments, 1997-2006 (in million $) Winches Figure 3-20 U.S. Winch Imports and Share of Category Market Value, 1997-2006 (in million $) Figure 3-21 U.S. Winch Exports and Share of Category Shipments, 1997-2006 (in million $)Imports and Exports by Country of Origin Japan Leading U.S. Supplier
    • Table 3-6 U.S. Construction Machinery Imports by Country of Origin, 1997-2006 (in million $) Table 3-6 [Cont.] U.S. Construction Machinery Imports by Country of Origin, 1997-2006 (in million $) Canada Leads Purchasing Table 3-7 U.S. Construction Machinery Exports by Country of Destination, 1997-2006 (in million $)Chapter 4 Economic Growth Factors Overview General Economic and Market Trends o GDP Forecasted Growth at Modest 2.1% for 2007 o Figure 4-1 Current-Dollar and Real GDP, 2002-2006 (in trillion $) o Figure 4-2 Percentage Changes in Current-Dollar GDP, Real GDP and GDP Price Index, 2002-2006 (%) o Economy, Inflation Prompt Interest Rates to Rise o Figure 4-3 Federal Funds Target Rate at End of Year, 2002-September 2007 o Interest Rate Effect on Construction Machinery o Credit Crisis Prompts Fed Easing o Looking Ahead Construction Spending o Figure 4-4 U.S. Residential, Non-residential and Total Construction Values, 1997-2006 (in billion $) o Non-residential Overtakes Residential Construction o Figure 4-5 U.S. Residential, Non-residential and Total Construction o Monthly Values, January 2006-July 2007 (in billion $) o Tougher Times for Non-residential Construction? o Figure 4-6 U.S. Monthly Residential, Non-residential and Total o Construction Spending, Year-over-Year % Changes, January 2007- Jul-07 o The Bottom May Be Near o Non-residential Construction Spending by Sector o Table 4-1 U.S. Non-residential Construction Values by Sector, 2002-2006 (in billion $) o Growth Slowing, Still Strong o Table 4-2 Year-over-Year Changes in U.S. Non-residential Construction Values by Sector, January and July 2006 vs. January and July 2007 (in billion $) Residential Markets Head South o New Home Sales o Figure 4-7 U.S. New Single Family Home Sales by Region, January 1997-July 2007 (thousands of units)
    • o Existing Home Sales o Pending Home Sales o Figure 4-8 U.S. Existing Home Sales by Region, 2004-2006 (annual) and August 2006- August 2007 (thousands of units) o Figure 4-9 U.S. Pending Home Sales Index by Region, 2004-2005 (annual), 1st Half 2006 and July 2006-July 2007 o Building Permits o Figure 4-10 U.S. New Housing Units Authorized by Building Permits, o January 1997-August 2007 o Private Sector Growth Slows, Public Booms in 2006 o Figure 4-11 U.S. Private, Public and Total Construction Values, 1997-2006 (in billion $) o Table 4-3 U.S. Private, Public and Total Construction Values, 1997-2006 (in billion $) o Trend Continues in 2007 o Figure 4-12 U.S. Private, Public and Total Construction Monthly Values, January 2006-July 2007 (in billion $) o Public Sector Construction to Have Best Year in 2007 o Figure 4-13 U.S. Monthly Private, Public and Total Construction o Spending, Year-over-Year % Changes, January 2007-July 2007 Supply Challenges o Increased Commodity Prices, Demand Lead to Higher o Producer Prices o Figure 4-14 Producer Price Indexes for Selected Commodities, 1997-2006 o Figure 4-15 Producer Price Indexes for Construction Machinery and Selected Categories, 1997-2006 o Machinery Price IncreasesChapter 5 Industry and Market Trends Infrastructure Rehabilitation Boom A Closer Look at Infrastructure Spending Figure 5-1 U.S. Government Infrastructure Spending by Category, 1956-2004 (in millions of 2006 $) Figure 5-2 Share of U.S. Government Infrastructure Spending by Category, 1956-2004 (% of total) Figure 5-3 U.S. Federal vs. State & Local Government Infrastructure Spending, 1956-2004 (in millions of 2006 $) Figure 5-4 Share of U.S. Federal vs. State & Local Government Infrastructure Spending, 1956-2004 (% of total) May 2007 Wartime Funding Measure Costs May Squeeze End-User Demand for Machinery Table 5-1 Top 25 Contractors, 2007 A Closer Look at Road Building
    • Green Machines and Standards EPA Diesel Engine Emission Standards Sustainability Through Remanufacturing Compact Equipment for the Future Telehandlers and Small-size Excavators Table 5-2 Selected Compact Construction Machinery Introductions, 2006-2007 Going Hi-tech with GPS and Equipment Monitoring Locating Missing Vehicles Machinery Management SystemsChapter 6 Distribution and Marketing Trends Distribution Relationships Consolidate Retail Prices and Key Marketing Determined by Dealers Rental, Used and New Converge Table 6-1 Top 25 Rental Outlets, 2007 Trial Drives Purchase of Innovative Products Targeted End-User MarketingChapter 7 Corporate Profiles Overview The Companies Competition Financing Corporate Strategies Significant Event: Ingersoll Rand Divests Selected Corporate Profiles Caterpillar, Inc. o Overview o Machinery o Logistics Services o Engines o Financial Products o Performance o Figure 7-1 Estimated U.S. Revenues of Caterpillar Construction Machinery, 2002-2006 (in billion $) o Product Portfolio o Table 7-1 Caterpillar Product Portfolio, 2007 o Significant Events CNH Global N.V.
    • o Overview o Performance o Figure 7-2 Estimated U.S. Revenues of CNH Construction Machinery, 2002-2006 (in billion $) o Product Portfolio o Table 7-2 Case Product Portfolio, 2007 o Table 7-3 New Holland Product Portfolio, 2007 o Table 7-4 Kobelco Product Portfolio, 2007 o Significant EventsDeere & Company o Overview o Performance o Figure 7-3 Estimated U.S. Revenues of Deere Construction Machinery, 2002-2006 (in billion $) o Product Portfolio o Table 7-5 Deere Product Portfolio, 2007 o Significant EventsKomatsu Ltd. o Overview o Performance o Figure 7-4 Estimated U.S. Revenues of Komatsu Construction o Machinery, 2002-2006 (in billion $) o Product Portfolio o Significant EventsTerex Corp. o Aerial Work Platforms o Construction o Cranes o Materials Processing & Mining o Roadbuilding, Utility Products & Other o Performance o Figure 7-5 Estimated U.S. Revenues of Terex Construction Machinery, o 2002-2006 (in billion $) o Product Portfolio o Table 7-6 Terex Product Portfolio, 2007 o Table 7-7 Genie Product Portfolio, 2007
    • o Table 7-8 Bid-Well Product Portfolio, 2007 o Table 7-9 Powerscreen Product Portfolio, 2007 o Significant EventsVolvo Construction Equipment North America, Inc. o Overview o Performance o Figure 7-6 Estimated U.S. Revenues of Volvo Group Construction o Machinery and Ingersoll Rand Road Construction, 2002-2006 (in billion $) o Product Portfolio o Significant EventsThe Manitowoc Company, Inc. o Overview o Performance o Figure 7-7 Estimated U.S. Revenues of Manitowoc Construction o Machinery, 2002-2006 (in billion $) o Product Portfolio o Table 7-10 Manitowoc Product Portfolio, 2007 o Source: Manitowoc corporate website; as viewed on Sept. 3, 2007. o Table 7-11 Grove Product Portfolio, 2007 o Table 7-12 National Crane Product Portfolio, 2007 o Table 7-13 Potain Product Portfolio, 2007 o Significant EventsDoosan Infracore Co. Ltd. o Overview o Performance o Figure 7-8 Estimated U.S. Revenues of Doosan Infracore Construction Machinery and Ingersoll Rand’s Bobcat, 2002-2006 (in billion $) o Product Portfolio o Table 7-14 Doosan Infracore Product Portfolio, 2007 o Table 7-15 Bobcat Product Portfolio, 2007Hitachi Construction Machinery Co. Ltd. o Overview o Performance
    • o Figure 7-9 Estimated U.S. Revenues of Hitachi Construction Machinery, 2002-2006 (in billion $) o Product Portfolio o Table 7-16 HCM Product Portfolio, 2007 o Significant Events Green Building Materials in the U.S.Chapter 1: Executive Summary The Market Scope of the Report Methodology Product Definitions Market Overview - Issues and Drivers Measuring the Market Figure 1-1 Estimated and Projected Wholesale Revenues of the U.S. Green Building Material Market, 2002-2011 (in thousands of dollars) Figure 1-2 Estimated Wholesale Revenues of the U.S. Green Building Material Market: By Category, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars) Figure 1-3 Projected Wholesale Revenues of the U.S. Green Building Material Market: By Category, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars) Challenges to Quantifying Market Size and Growth The “Sell Side” Perspective - Estimates Vary Product Segments, Market Sizes and Growth Siding Figure 1-4 Estimated Growth of U.S. Green Siding Market Revenues, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars) Figure 1-5 Projected Growth of U.S. Green Siding Market Revenues, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars) Insulation Figure 1-6 Estimated Growth of U.S. Green Insulation Product Market Revenues, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars) Figure 1-7 Projected Growth of U.S. Green Insulation Product Market Revenues, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars) Wood Products Figure 1-8 Estimated Growth of U.S. Green Wood/Lumber Product Market Revenues, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars) Figure 1-9 Projected Growth of U.S. Green Wood/Lumber Product Market Revenues, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars) Flooring Figure 1-10 Estimated Growth of U.S. Green Wood Flooring Product Market Revenues, 2002- 2006 (in thousands of dollars)
    • Figure 1-11 Projected Growth of U.S. Green Wood Flooring Product Market Revenues, 2007- 2011 (in thousands of dollars) Millwork Figure 1-12 Estimated Growth of U.S. Green Millwork Product Market Revenues, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars) Figure 1-13 Projected Growth of U.S. Green Millwork Product Market Revenues, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars) The “Buy Side” Perspective LEED Project Trends Table 1-1 Percent of LEED Projects by State (abbreviated) Table 1-2 LEED Accredited Professionals by State (abbreviated) Table 1-3 Percent of LEED Projects by Project Type (abbreviated) LEED Projects by Building Owner Type Table 1-4 Percent of LEED Projects by Building Owner Type (abbreviated) Table 1-5 Percent of LEED Projects by Building Occupant Type (abbreviated) Table 1-6 Percent of LEED Projects by Building Gross Square Footage Range (abbreviated) Government and Educational Initiatives Recognizing LEED Certification Federal Initiatives State Initiatives Municipal/City/County Initiatives School Initiatives- Higher Education School Initiatives- K-12 Public Incentives for Private LEED LEED Credit Categories International Green Trade Marketing Trends and Dynamics Manufacturers Pour on the Green Online Sellers Add Color Communicating With Customers Emerging Opportunities Competitor ProfilesChapter 2: The Market Scope of the Report Methodology Product Definitions Market Overview - Issues and Drivers Getting Green New Infrastructure for a Green Market Above and Beyond the Low Hanging Fruit The Consumer Has Spoken…a Little Measuring the Market Figure 2-1 Estimated and Projected Wholesale Revenues of the U.S. Green Building Material Market, 2002-2011 (in thousands of dollars)
    • Figure 2-2 Estimated Wholesale Revenues of the U.S. Green Building Material Market: ByCategory, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars)Table 2-1 Estimated Wholesale Revenues of the U.S. Green Building Material Market: ByCategory, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars)Table 2-2 Projected Wholesale Revenues of the U.S. Green Building Material Market: ByCategory, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars)Figure 2-3 Projected Wholesale Revenues of the U.S. Green Building Material Market: ByCategory, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars)Challenges to Quantifying Market Size and GrowthThe “Sell Side” Perspective - Estimates VaryA LEED PerspectiveProduct Segments, Market Sizes and GrowthSidingFigure 2-4 Estimated Growth of U.S. Green Siding Market Revenues, 2002-2006 (in thousands ofdollars)Table 2-3 Estimated Revenues of Overall and Green Siding Market: Growth and Green SidingProduct Penetration, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars)Figure 2-5 Projected Growth of U.S. Green Siding Market Revenues, 2007-2011 (in thousands ofdollars)Table 2-4 Projected Revenues of Overall and Green Siding Market: Growth and Green SidingProduct Penetration, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars)InsulationFigure 2-6 Estimated Growth of U.S. Green Insulation Market Revenues, 2002-2006 (inthousands of dollars)Table 2-5 Estimated Revenues of Overall and Green Thermal Insulation Market: Growth andGreen Insulation Product Penetration, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars)Figure 2-7 Projected Growth of U.S. Green Insulation Product Market Revenues, 2007-2011 (inthousands of dollars)Table 2-6 Projected Revenues of Overall and Green Thermal Insulation Market: Growth andGreen Insulation Product Penetration, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars)Wood ProductsFigure 2-8 Estimated Growth of U.S. Green Wood/Lumber Product Market Revenues, 2002-2006(in thousands of dollars)Table 2-7 Estimated Revenues of Overall and Green Wood/Lumber Product Market: Growth andGreen Wood/Lumber Product Penetration, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars)Figure 2-9 Projected Growth of U.S. Green Wood/Lumber Product Market Revenues, 2007-2011(in thousands of dollars)Table 2-8 Projected Revenues of Overall and Green Wood/Lumber Product Market: Growth andGreen Wood/Lumber Product Penetration, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars)FlooringFigure 2-10 Estimated Growth of U.S. Green Wood Flooring Product Market Revenues, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars)Table 2-9 Estimated Revenues of Overall and Green Wood Flooring Product Market: Growth andGreen Wood Flooring Product Penetration, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars)Figure 2-11 Projected Growth of U.S. Green Wood Flooring Product Market Revenues, 2007-
    • 2011 (in thousands of dollars)Table 2-10 Projected Revenues of Overall and Green Wood Flooring Product Market: Growth andGreen Wood Flooring Product Penetration, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars)MillworkFigure 2-12 Estimated Growth of U.S. Green Millwork Product Market Revenues, 2002-2006 (inthousands of dollars)Table 2-11 Estimated Revenues of Overall and Green Millwork Product Market: Growth andGreen Millwork Product Penetration, 2002-2006 (in thousands of dollars)Figure 2-13 Projected Growth of U.S. Green Millwork Product Market Revenues, 2007-2011 (inthousands of dollars)Table 2-12 Projected Revenues of Overall and Green Millwork Product Market: Growth and GreenMillwork Product Penetration, 2007-2011 (in thousands of dollars)The “Buy Side” PerspectiveUSGBC and the LEED ProgramLEED Project TrendsTable 2-13 LEED-Certified Projects, 2000-2004 (number and percent)LEED Projects by StateTable 2-14 Number of LEED Projects by State, 2000-2004: Top 20Table 2-15 Number of LEED Projects by State, 2005-2007: Top 20Table 2-16 Percent of LEED Projects by State: Top 20Implications for Sellers of Green Building MaterialsLEED Projects by Number of LEED Accredited ProfessionalsImplications for Sellers of Green Building MaterialsTable 2-17 LEED Accredited Professionals by State (number)LEED Project by Project TypeTable 2-18 Number of LEED Projects by Project Type, 2000-2004Table 2-19 Number of LEED Projects by Project Type, 2005-2007Table 2-20 Percent of LEED Projects by Project Type, 2000-2004Table 2-21 Percent of LEED Projects by Project Type, 2005-2007LEED Project by Building Owner TypeTable 2-22 Number of LEED Projects by Building Owner Type, 2000-2004Table 2-23 Number of LEED Projects by Building Owner Type, 2005-2007Table 2-24 Percent of LEED Projects by Building Owner Type, 2000-2004Table 2-25 Percent of LEED Projects by Building Owner Type, 2005-2007LEED Project by Building Occupant TypeTable 2-26 Number of LEED Projects by Building Occupant Type, 2000-2004Table 2-27 Number of LEED Projects by Building Occupant Type, 2005-2007Table 2-28 Percent of LEED Projects by Building Occupant Type, 2000-2004Table 2-29 Percent of LEED Projects by Building Occupant Type, 2005-2007LEED Project by Building Gross Square FootageTable 2-30 Number of LEED Projects by Building Gross Square Footage Range, 2000-2004Table 2-31 Number of LEED Projects by Building Gross Square Footage Range, 2005-2007Table 2-32 Percent of LEED Projects by Building Gross Square Footage Range, 2000-2004Table 2-33 Percent of LEED Projects by Building Gross Square Footage Range, 2005-2007Government and Educational Initiatives Recognizing LEED Certification
    • Table 2-34 Counties and Municipalities Recognizing LEED Standards: By City Name and State Table 2-34 [Cont.] Counties and Municipalities Recognizing LEED Standards: By City Name and State Public Incentives for Private LEED LEED Credit Categories Table 2-35 LEED for New Construction - Credits by Category Table 2-35[Cont.] LEED for New Construction - Credits by Category Table 2-35[Cont.] LEED for New Construction - Credits by Category International Green TradeChapter 3: Marketing Trends and Dynamics Differentiating What is “Green” The Coming Residential Wave Retailers On Board - Lowe’s and Home Depot Test Their Strategies Manufacturers Pour on the Green Online Sellers Add Color Communicating With CustomersChapter 4: Emerging Opportunities The Environment Comes Home War of the Standards/Battle of the Certifiers New PartnersChapter 5: Competitor Profiles Lumber, Siding, Panels and Alternatives PanelSource International - Deep in the Forest Products Discussion Paneltech International, LLC Products Discussion Discussion James Hardie Industries, NV - Greening the Exterior Products Discussion Millwork Columbia Forest Products - A Market Leader Greens Itself Products Discussion Insulation US GreenFiber - Breaking Through Glass Products
    • Discussion Owens Corning - Defending Tradition Products Discussion Retail and Distribution Home Depot - Orange Goes Green Products Discussion Lowes - Cautiously Greening Products Discussion BuildDirect.com - Fighting Tradition Products Discussion Consultants, Designers and Builders Simon & Associates - Dark Green Consultants Products/Services Discussion KB Home - Cautiously Expanding Choices Products: Discussion Thermal Insulation Market in the U.S.Chapter 1 Executive Summary Scope of the Report Methodology The Product o Market o Figure 1-1 U.S. Shipments for Thermal Insulation, 2001- 2005 (E) (in billion $) o Mineral Wool o Plastic Foam o Factors Influencing the Market o Growing Construction and Manufacturing Sectors o Growth in Refrigerated Warehouses o Growing Energy Concerns o Hurricane Related Damage o Outlook Trends and Dynamics o Industry Trends o Growth in the Construction Industry
    • o Growth in the Home Improvement Market o Growing Energy Concerns o Automobile Industry o Growing Noise Pollution o Increasing Production Capacity o EPAct 2005 Competitors o Product Trends o Thermal Concrete Insulation o Using Nanotechnology for Insulation o Mold-Free Insulation for Roofs o The Do-It-Yourself Trend o Marketing Dynamics o Trade Shows o Promotion by Insulation Manufacturers o Sales Teams o Distributors/Retailers o Websites o Promoting Brands on the Racetrack End Users o Construction Industry o Refrigerated Warehouse Industry o Refrigeration Equipment Industry o Automobile Industry o Manufacturing SectorChapter 2 Market Scope of the Report Methodology The Product o Mineral Wool o Fiberglass Insulation o Rockwool Insulation o Plastic Foam Market
    • o Figure 2-1 U.S. Shipments for Thermal Insulation, 2001- 2005 (E) (in billion $) Mineral Wool o Figure 2-2 U.S. Shipments for Mineral Wool, 2001- 2005 (E) (in billion $) Plastic Foam o Figure 2-5 U.S. Market Shipment for Foamed Plastic, 2001- 2005 (E) (in billion $) o Table 2-4 U.S. Market Shipments for Foamed Plastic, by Segment 2001- 2005 (E) (in million $) Factors Influencing the Market o Growing Construction and Manufacturing Sectors o Table 2-5 U.S. Shipments of Select Manufacturing Industries, 2005-September 2006, (in million $) o Growth in Refrigerated Warehouses o Growing Energy Concerns o Growth in HVAC and Water Heating Systems o Hurricane Related Damage Outlook o Figure 2-6 U.S. Projected Shipments for Thermal Insulation, 2006-2010 (in billion $) o Figure 2-7 U.S. Projected Shipments for Mineral Wool, 2006-2010 (in billion $) o Figure 2-8 U.S. Projected Shipments for Plastic Foam, 2006-2010 (in billion $) Rules and Regulations o R-Value o Table 2-6 Thermal Insulation Levels for Homes Recommended by the U.S. Department of Energy o Table 2-6 Thermal Insulation Levels for Homes Recommended by the U.S. Department of EnergyChapter 3 Competitive Profiles Overview The Dow Chemical Company
    • o Overview o Performance o Figure 3-1 Annual Revenues of The Dow Chemical Company, 2001-2005 (in billion $) o Figure 3-2 Annual Sales of The Dow Chemical Company, Performance Plastics Segment, 2003-2005 (in billion $) o Brand and Product Portfolio o Table 3-1 Brand Portfolio of The Dow Company for Thermal Insulation o Company Snapshot o New Plant to Produce Styrofoam o Dow Announces Plant Closures to Strengthen Competitive PositionOwens Corning o Overview o Performance o Figure 3-3 Annual Revenues of Owens Corning, 2001-2005 (in billion $) o Figure 3-4 Annual Sales of Owens Corning, Building Materials Systems Segment, 2003- 2005 (in billion $) o Brand and Product Portfolio o Table 3-2 Brand Portfolio of Owens Corning Company for Thermal Insulation o Table 3-2 [Cont.] Brand Portfolio of Owens Corning Company for Thermal Insulation o Company Snapshot o Environment Friendly Fiberglass o Owens Corning Awarded GREENGUARD Certification o Owens Expands Insulation Capacity to Meet Demand o Improved Rafr-R-Mate Attic Rafter VentsCertainTeed Corporation o Overview o Performance o Figure 3-5 Annual Revenues of CertainTeed, 2001-2005 (in billion $) o Brand and Product Portfolio o Table 3-3 Brand Portfolio of CertainTeed Corporation for Thermal Insulation o Company Snapshot o GREENGUARD Certification for CertainTeedCarlisle Companies Incorporated o Overview o Performance o Figure 3-6 Annual Revenues of Carlisle Companies Incorporated, 2001-2005 (in billion $)
    • o Figure 3-7 Annual Sales of the Construction Materials Segment, 2003-2005 (in million $) o Brand and Product Portfolio o Table 3-4 Brand Portfolio of Carlisle Companies Incorporated for Thermal Insulation o Company Snapshot o Roofing Insulation Capacity Expansion by Carlisle Companies o Carlisle’s Plans to Exit from Carlisle Systems and EquipmentJohns Manville Corporation o Overview o Brand and Product Portfolio o Table 3-5 Brand Portfolio of Johns Manville Corporation for Thermal Insulation o Table 3-5 Brand Portfolio of Johns Manville Corporation for Thermal Insulation o Company Snapshot o Mold-Free Insulation for the Roof o Insulation Receives Prestigious Home Safety Council Award o Capacity Expansion by Johns ManvilleLydall, Inc. o Overview o Performance o Figure 3-8 Annual Revenues of Lydall, Inc., 2001-2005 (in million $) o Figure 3-9 Annual Revenues Lydall, Inc., Thermal/Acoustical Segment, 2003-2005 (in million $) o Brand and Product Portfolio o Table 3-6 Brand Portfolio of Lydall, Inc. for Thermal Insulation o BGF Industries, Inc. o Overview o Performance o Figure 3-10 Annual Revenues of BGF Industries, Inc., 2001-2005 (in million $) o Brand and Product Portfolio o Table 3-7 Brand Portfolio of BGF Industries, Inc. for Thermal Insulation o Company Snapshot o BGF / Valmieras Form Alliance for the Thermal Insulation IndustryKnauf Insulation o Overview
    • o Brand and Product Portfolio o Table 3-8 Brand Portfolio of Knauf Insulation for Thermal Insulation o Company Snapshots o Capacity Expansion by Knauf o Knauf Earns GREENGUARD Certification Guardian Industries o Overview o Brand and Product Portfolio o Table 3-9 Brand Portfolio of Guardian Industries for Thermal Insulation o Company Snapshot o Fiberglass Capacity Expansion by Guardian Building Products o Guardian Acquires CGI / Silvercote Atlas Roofing Corporation o Overview o Brand and Product Portfolio o Table 3-10 Brand Portfolio Brand Portfolio of Atlas Roofing Corporation for Thermal InsulationChapter 4 Trends and Dynamics Industry Trends o Growth in the Construction Industry o Table 4-1 Annual Value of Construction in the U.S., 2002-2005 (in billion $) o Growth in the Home Improvement Market o Growing Energy Concerns o Overview o Residential Sector o Figure 4-1 Number of Air Conditioners and Heating Systems in Households, 1995-2005 (in million) o Figure 4-2 Annual Energy Prices by Residential Sector, 2001-2005 o Figure 4-3 All Seller Average Sales Prices for Residential Heating Oil, Winter 2001-2005 (Cents per Gallon Excluding Taxes) o Table 4-2 Annual Energy Consumption by Residential Sector (trillion btu), 2001-2005 o Table 4-3 Heating Oil Consumption by Residential Sector, 2001-2005 (thousand barrels) o Commercial Sector o Figure 4-4 Annual Energy Prices by Commercial Sector, 2001-2005 o Figure 4-3 No. 2 Distillate Prices for Commercial Sector, 2001-2005 (Cents per Gallon Excluding Taxes) o Table 4-4 Annual Energy Consumption by Commercial Sector, (trillion btu), 2001-2005
    • o Table 4-5 No. Distillate* Consumption by Residential Sector, 2001-2005 (thousand barrels) o Manufacturing Sector o Table 4-6 Total Energy Consumption of the U.S. Industrial Sector, 2000-2006 July (in trillion btu) o HVAC and the Refrigeration Industry o Automobile Industry o Growing Noise Pollution o Increasing Production Capacity o Dow Builds New Production Setup o BGF Industries Form Joint Venture with Valmieras o Guardian Acquires CGI / Silvercote o Capacity Expansion by Knauf o Thermal Ceramics Buys New Plant o Hunter Panels Increases Production Capacity o Government Regulation o EPAct 2005Product Trends o Thermal Insulation Products for the Construction Industry o Thermal Concrete Insulation o Using Nanotechnology for Insulation o Mold-Free Insulation for Roofs o Insulation for Use with the Blow-In-Blanket System o Thermal Insulation for the Appliance Industry o Compact Insulation Wrap from Unifrax o The Do-It-Yourself Trend o Table 4-7 Making Home Improvement Decision, by Gender and AgeMarketing Dynamics o Advertising and Promotion o Trade Shows o Magazines o Promotion by Insulation Manufacturers o Sales Teams o Distributors/Retailers o Dealer and Builder Programs o Websites o Reaching Household Consumers o Promoting Brands on the Racetrack
    • Chapter 5 End Users Construction Industry Figure 5-1 U.S. Total Construction Spending, 2002-2005 (in billion $) Residential Construction Table 5-1 U.S. Spending on Total Residential Construction, 2002-2005 (in million $) Commercial Construction Table 5-2 U.S. Spending on Total Non Residential Construction, 2002-2005 (in million $) Refrigerated Warehouse Industry o Growing Capacity o Figure 5-2 U.S. Gross Refrigerated Storage Capacity, 1997-2005 (in billion cubic feet) o Table 5-3 U.S. Stocks in Refrigerated Warehouse, by Commodity, July 2006 (in thousand pounds) o Saving Energy at Refrigerated Warehouses o Refrigeration Equipment Industry o Household Refrigeration Industry o Figure 5-3 U.S. Total Household Spending on Residential Construction and Household Refrigerator Shipment, 2002-2005 (in billion $) o Commercial Refrigeration Industry HVAC and Water Heating Systems o Figure 5-4 U.S. Shipments of HVAC and Refrigerated Equipment, September 2005 and September 2006 (P) (in billion $) Automobile Industry o Figure 5-6 U.S. Domestic Motor Vehicle Unit Retail Sales, 2002-2006* (in thousands) Manufacturing Sector Available immediately for Online Download at http://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid=2107870
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