Construction Futures has been the industry's leading indicator of workloads for 25 years.
Work on architects' desks today will go on site next year
Construction Futures monitors the UK construction industry's early warning system: architects' workload. You can access these vital statistics with 25 per cent off the usual price of £295 plus VAT for a year's subscription of four issues - that's £221.25 a year (plus VAT)
Throughout the country - in construction clients' offices and architects' studios, on drawing boards and CAD screens - the future is happening now. Architects are mapping out the building projects that will go public over the coming months, and take shape on site in the year ahead.
Construction Futures will give you a clear lead on the emerging trends.
Where are developers putting their money?
Which sectors are showing signs of growth, or decline?
What patterns are emerging in the different UK regions?
Four times a year, Construction Futures tracks the trends through clear, at-a-glance graphics, and provides a concise analysis of the statistical data.
Each building sector is examined in detail to identify:
value of new work in the pipeline
new build / refurbishment split
types of jobs
regional distribution of work
types of building contract used
The survey, conducted every three months amongst one in four architectural firms, was originally commissioned by the Royal Institute of British Architects and is now carried out independently by Mirza & Nacey Research.
See how trends build up, sector by sector. Workloads are measured at two work stages; New Commissions (concept design) and Production Drawings (post planning).
Detailed examination by region including how figures have changed since last quarter and how architects expect workloads to change in the next 6 months.
Full historic data is available - this example shows workload trends by region.
Construction Futures Dashboard
A new way to interact with and explore the data. Select different sectors, regions, specify new build or refurbishment work. See historic trends over different time periods, going back to 1997.
More than 30 years' experience
Established in 1989, we've carried out reserach and surveys for professional institutes such as the Royal Institue of British Architects (RIBA), the South African Institute of Architects,
international bodies such as the Architects' Council of Europe and the Federation of Vets in Europe. We've worked for large companies such as Stannah Lifts and small ones, including many architectural practices.