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EBJ Vol XXV No 02-03: Environmental Industry Outlook 2012 and Annual Snapshot Survey

Executive Outlook: CEOs and senior executives of prominent firms large and small opine on the pace of recovery, private and government clients, global markets, M&A, resource efficiency & sustainability, technology, property development and uncertainty in corporate spending.

Exhibits and data included in this issue are:

  • Mean Revenue Growth 2009-2014
  • Mean Growth by Service Sector 2009-2014
  • U.S. Unemployment Rate Outlook: 2012-2013
  • Economic Growth Forecast: Environmental Industry Executives
  • Segment vs. Company Growth Delta
  • Change in Operating Margin in 2011 vs. 2010
  • Share of U.S. Non-Hydro Renewable Energy in 2020
  • Ranking of Growth Prospects by Global Region: 2012-2014
  • Ranking of Growth Prospects by US Geographic Region: 2012-2014
  • Ranking of Environmental Industry Client Sectors in 2012-2014
  • Ranking of Growth Prospects by Service/Media: 2012-2014
  • Ranking of Environmental Industry Market Drivers in 2012
  • Electricity Market Trends
  • Opinion on U.S. Cap-and-Trade System
  • Key Market Drivers for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
  • Opinion on When Oil Will Hit $140/bbl Again
  • Ranking of Client Types for Labs by Growth in 2012-2014
  • Ranking of Client Types in Remediation by Growth in 2012-2014
  • Ranking of Client Types in C&E by Growth in 2012-2014
  • Environmental and Consulting Engineering M&A Climate

Table of Contents

01.Comments and strategies of CH2M Hill, Mabbett & Associates, ENVIRON, PMC, Greenhorne & O’Mara, Phylmar Group, Brownfields Science & Technology, E2 ManageTech, DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability, Integral Group, I.C.E. Service Group and Geotech Computer 12-29

02.Features: Booz Allen Hamilton on re-imagining infrastructure, BASF’s new food sustainability initiative and Steve Gido on the 2012 M&A 30-35

EBJ Annual Snapshot Survey
EBJ provides early data on 2011 growth rates and a forecast for 2012-2014 based on a comprehensive survey of 220 environmental industry executives. EBJ 2012 Snapshot Survey respondents expect growth in 2012 to be about 1.5 percentage points higher than in 2011, so improvement, but only modest improvement. Overall the Market Outlook sees: Fragile recovery, increasing resource prices, rampant domestic energy development and election year delays in government programs and company investments perpetuating the uncertainty felt by environmental industry executives. However, EBJ’s 2012 Snapshot Survey does reveal optimism in many market segments tempered by a significant portion of companies still treading water in growth and margins.

Survey data is presented on market drivers and economic issues like GDP growth and unemployment, plus market opportunity rankings by client, service or media type and USA regional and global geographic niches as industry participants provide their review of 2011 performance and an outlook on 2012-2014.



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