Architectural Services Market Research Report 2020 – Segments, Competitive Analysis, Size Estimations And Forecast By 2021
The global architectural services market was valued at $223 billion in 2017.
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Architectural service market comprises of companies handling planning, designing and supervision of construction related to a wide range of industries. Clients of the architecture service market include businesses and governments, and sometimes private households. Shortlisting an architecture services company is generally based on the size of an organization, type of business, competitive landscape and available funds. Architecture service companies either charge clients fixed fees, per hour or per square feet.
Architectural services landscape is changing rapidly due to the global sourcing opportunities and increasing internet penetration. Online crowd sourcing enables customers to submit requirements online and architectural service providers to send design ideas and plans to customers directly. Once the customer selects a plan and design, they receive further customization based on their specific requirements.
Architectural Services Market Segmentation: -
1) Landscape Architectural Services
2) Building And Structural Architectural Services
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Few Points From Table Of Content
1. Architectural Services Market Characteristics
2. Architectural Services Market Size And Growth
3. Architectural Services Trends And Strategies
4. Pestle Analysis
5. Architectural Services Market Customer Information
18. Architectural Services Market Competitive Landscape
19. Key Mergers And Acquisitions In The Architectural Services Market
20. Market Background: Architectural, Engineering Consultants And Related Services Market
The report covers the trends and market dynamics of the architectural services market in major countries - Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, and USA. The report also includes consumer surveys and various future opportunities for the market.
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Some of the key players involved in the architectural services market are AECOM, Perkins+Will, HDR, HOK, and Gensler
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