- 50+ Facility Management Service Provider Market has huge profitability scope at its growing stage
During the emerging phase till 2000s, facility management services was demanded for basic service including cleaning, security, and maintenance. The market was driven by the motives of cost-cutting and outsourcing non-core services. The demand for both hard and soft services started increasing during the growing phase with MEFMA being set up and many big players venturing into market.
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- Giga projects have been designed to stimulate overall economic growth which is expected to boost the KSA Facility Management Market
Saudi Arabia’s giga-projects, designed to create new ecosystems and unlock new sectors, are heavily facilitated and promoted by technology and knowledge. Due to their sheer size, giga-projects help to diversify the economy away from oil by stimulating the economy and expanding beyond the real estate and infrastructure sectors. There are currently five giga-projects in the Kingdom and ~$1060 Bn has been incurred towards the completion of Vision 2030 Giga Projects.
- Due to which Saudi Arabia Facility Management Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.8% during 2021-26
Residential units would be a major booming segment to focus on due to the rising younger population, ex-pats, government-sponsored affordable housing programs to the poor population. In future years, companies need to increase their service portfolio adding new building management, energy management services and other as per the changing demand patterns.
- Adoption of advanced technology, Integrated services has altered the growth of facility management in KSA
BIM technology enables organizations to visualize specific components of a space, including structural elements. Machine learning enables building systems to automatically collect and analyze data in order to predict outcomes. Smart Building Technology is used to automatically controls a facility’s operations, including heating, air conditioning, lighting and security. Increasing number of multinational companies have begun outsourcing contracts for integrated facilities management. International companies are forming a strategic alliance with local companies to penetrate the Saudi Market.
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