Dry construction global market to grow at 5.95% CAGR by 2023
A Market research report Global Dry Construction Market Research Report – Forecast to 2023 says Dry Construction is set to boom Dry Construction is a method that refers to the utilization of innovation to minimize the use of water and…

A Market research report Global Dry Construction Market Research Report – Forecast to 2023 says Dry Construction is set to boom

Dry Construction is a method that refers to the utilization of innovation to minimize the use of water and the impact of concrete/cement on the environment.

Instead of brickwork and plaster, this method emphasises utilization of dry lightweight material such as metals, plastic, plywood, and plastered (microfiber board) while building the interior walls, ceilings and floors and the façades are made with ACP (Aluminium Composite Panels).

This allows almost 10 times lighter construction, extended carpet area saving up to 60% of time in comparison with the traditional construction (brick & mortar).

Because of these advantages, Dry Construction is increasingly garnering popularity and becoming a booming trend in the construction industry worldwide.

Some of the key benefits of Dry Construction include cost, time and energy efficient, superior sound attenuation, fire-protection and building mechanics creating a minimum construction waste.

Besides this method offers ease of repairs, renovation and maintenance tasks. Owing to these factors, the Dry Construction market is garnering a huge prominence and demand perceiving an outstanding growth on the global platform.

The report by Market Research Future projects a moderate growth by 2023 at a CAGR of 5% during 2017 to 2023.

Other factors that contribute the market growth are rising industrialization and urbanization coupled with the improving economy worldwide that allows increasing purchase affordability.

Moreover, rising demand for eco-friendly and sustainable construction coupled with the government support, would fuel the demand of Dry Construction market globally.

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