Dublin, June 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Architectural Activities and Landscape Architecture in South Africa 2022" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
South Africa's construction industry, on which architects depend, has been steadily declining since the 2010 FIFA World Cup and hard hit by lockdowns in 2020. It has recovered somewhat in 2022, although the extent to which this will continue is unclear.
There is fierce competition between architects as the growth in the number of projects has slowed, leading to pressure on profits. Revenues are affected by the stagnant economy, delays, a decline in investment in infrastructure projects, and the pandemic. The industry has had challenges with fraud, with many unregistered people tendering for work at local municipalities using other people's registration numbers.
Landscape architects are generally engaged in high-end residential, retail, and some commercial projects. They usually take a cue from the architect in terms of the project's landscape design. They are often brought in towards the end of a project, and fees and landscaping budgets are often cut back or left out when project costs get too high. Growth and developments in the sector is being driven by sustainable architecture, living/green walls, and mixing edible plants into landscaping design.
Trends include the increasing use of sustainable materials and innovations for sustainable, cost-effective housing developments using pre-fabrication. 3D printing is being used for design and construction and architects are focusing on designing smart buildings and buildings which self-regulate their environment. The computer-assisted design has largely replaced manual drafting.
The report focuses on architectural activities, including landscaping, and includes information on the industry and the construction industry on which it depends, the types of architects and practices, salaries, projects, and influencing factors including environmental factors and technology.
There are profiles of 25 companies including architectural practices AMA, A3, Paragon, and DHK, and landscape architects such as Insite and Newtown Landscape Architects.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Description Of The Industry
2.1. Industry Value Chain
2.2. Geographic Position
2.3. Size Of The Industry
2.4. Key Success Factors And Pain Points
3.1. Key Trends
3.2. Notable Players
3.4. Enterprise Development and Social Economic Development
6. Influencing Factors
6.2. Economic Environment
6.4. Environmental Issues
6.5. Technology, Research And Development (R&D) And Innovation
6.6. Corruption And The Construction Mafia
6.7. Input Costs
7. Competitive Environment
7.2. Ownership Structure Of The Industry
7.3. Barriers To Entry
8. SWOT Analysis
10. Industry Associations
A M A Architects (Pty) Ltd
A3 Architects Johannesburg (Pty) Ltd
Acg Architects (Pty) Ltd
Architectural Design Associates Group (Pty) Ltd
Aspire Architects (Pty) Ltd
Bloc Architects (Pty) Ltd
Boogertman And Partners (Pty) Ltd
Cndv Africa (Pty) Ltd
Dbm Holdings (Pty) Ltd
Dhk Architects (Pty) Ltd
Dominic Bonnesse Architects Cc
Greeninc (Pty) Ltd
Grosskopff Lombart Huyberechts And Associates (Pty) Ltd
Insite Landscape Architects (Pty) Ltd
Lyt Architecture (Pty) Ltd
Mashabane Rose And Associates Cc
Newtown Landscape Architects Cc
Osmond Lange Architects And Planners (Pty) Ltd
Ovp Associates Cc
Paragon Architects (Pty) Ltd
R And L Architects (Pty) Ltd
Saota (Pty) Ltd
Sva International (Pty) Ltd
Tj Architects (Pty) Ltd
Walker Smith Architects Cc
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