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Advanced Materials and Technologies for Public Works Infrastructure Projects

Advanced Materials and Technologies for Public Works Infrastructure Projects

Report Scope:

The scope of this report includes all types of advanced materials and other technologies used in public works infrastructure products, such as:
- Advanced materials.
- Metals and alloys.
- Superior-performing asphalt pavements.
- High-performance concrete.
- Fiber-reinforced polymer composites.
- Geopolymers.
- Geosynthetics.
- Smart materials (i.e., materials that respond dynamically to external stimuli like heat, humidity, ultraviolet light or pressure).
- Advanced structural subassemblies (e.g., prefabricated bridge elements and systems, seismic isolation bearings).

Report Includes:

- 67 tables
- An overview of the U.S. market for advanced materials and technologies for public works infrastructure projects within the industry
- Analyses of the U.S. market trends, with data from 2016 and 2017, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2022
- Discussion of advanced materials and technologies used in various types of public works infrastructure
- A look into new materials and technologies that are likely to be introduced during the forecast period, along with their expected impacts on the market
- Analyses of the key patents issued for advanced infrastructure materials
- Company profiles of major market players in the market, including ArcelorMittal Steel USA Inc., Lafarge North America Inc., Infrastructure Composites International, Kansas Structural Composites, Inc., and Bridge Solutions, Inc.


Chapter 1 Introduction
Study Goals and Objectives
Reasons for Doing This Study
Scope of Report
Information Sources
Methodology
Geographic Breakdown
Analyst's Credentials
Related BCC Research Reports
Chapter 2 Summary and Highlights
Chapter 3 Market and Technology Background
Definitions
Public Works Infrastructure
Advanced Materials and Technologies
U.S. Public Works Infrastructure Conditions and Trends
Roads and Highways
Railway and Commuter Rail Lines
Bridges and Tunnels
Airports
Dams
Inland Waterways
Levees and Floodwalls
Ports
U.S. Public Infrastructure Investments
Chapter 4 Market for Advanced Infrastructure Materials and Subassemblies
Materials
Metals and Alloys
Asphalt
Concrete
Geopolymers
Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Composites
Geosynthetics
Smart Materials
Subassemblies
Prefabricated Bridge Elements and Structures
Seismic Isolation Bearings
Chapter 5 Patent Review
Chapter 6 Analysis of Market Opportunities
Fastest-Growing Products
Largest End-user Markets
Trump Administration's Infrastructure Plan
Chapter 7 Company Profiles
Metals and Alloys
ALUMABRIDGE LLC
ARCELORMITTAL STEEL USA INC.
EVRAZ OREGON STEEL MILLS, INC.
MMFX STEEL CORP. OF AMERICA
SAPA AS
Asphalts
AKZO NOBEL, INC.
ASTEC, INC.
HUBBARD GROUP, INC.
INGEVITY CORP.
MCCONNAUGHAY TECHNOLOGIES
PQ CORP.
High-Performance Cements
LAFARGE NORTH AMERICA
Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Composites
BEDFORD REINFORCED PLASTICS, INC.
COMPOSITE REBAR TECHNOLOGIES
CONSERV EPOXY LLC
CREATIVE PULTRUSIONS, INC.
FIBRWRAP CONSTRUCTION, INC.
FYFE CO. LLC
HARDCORE COMPOSITES LLC
HEXCEL CORP.
HUGHES BROTHERS, INC.
INFRASTRUCTURE COMPOSITES INTERNATIONAL
JEROL INDUSTRI AB
KANSAS STRUCTURAL COMPOSITES, INC.
LANCASTER COMPOSITE, INC.
LEE COMPOSITES, INC.
MARTIN MARIETTA COMPOSITES
POLYWOOD, INC.
PULTRALL, INC.
QUAKEWRAP, INC.
SIKA CORP.
STRONGWELL CORP.
SUDAGLASS FIBER TECHNOLOGY, INC.
TIE TEK LLC
TILLCO COMPANY
Prefabricated Bridge Elements and Systems
ACROW CORP.
BRIDGE SOLUTIONS, INC.
U.S. BRIDGE
Seismic Isolation Bearings
DYNAMIC ISOLATION SYSTEMS, INC.
EARTHQUAKE PROTECTION SYSTEMS, INC.
R.J. WATSON, INC.
SEISMIC ENERGY PRODUCTS, LP
Geosynthetics
AGRU AMERICA, INC.
GUNDLESLT ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.
PROPEX, INC.
STRATA SYSTEMS, INC.
TENCATE GEOSYNTHETICS NORTH AMERICA
US FABRICS, INC.
List Of Tables
Summary Table : U.S. Public Works Infrastructure Market for Advanced Materials and Subassemblies, by Major End-user Segment, Through 2022
Table 1 : U.S. Highway Mileage by Ownership, Through 2015
Table 2 : FHWA Pavement Surface Quality Criteria
Table 3 : Condition of U.S. Roads and Highways, 2015
Table 4 : U.S. Highway Construction and Maintenance Expenditures, Through 2015
Table 5 : U.S. Highway Construction and Maintenance Expenditures, Through 2022
Table 6 : U.S. State and Local Market Share for Highways, by Source Type, 2015
Table 7 : Ownership of U.S. Railway Tracks, by Type of Owner, 2017
Table 8 : Trends in Track-related Railroad Incidents/Accidents, 2006-2016
Table 9 : Projected Total Expenditures on U.S. Railway Track New Construction and Rehabilitation, Through 2022
Table 10 : Projected Amtrak Expenditures on U.S. Track Construction and Rehabilitation, Through 2022
Table 11 : U.S. Commuter, Heavy and Light Rail Capital Expenditures, 2009-2013
Table 12 : Projected Expenditures on New U.S. Public Transit Rail Tracks, Through 2022
Table 13 : Projected Expenditures on New U.S. Private Railway Tracks, Through 2022
Table 14 : Condition of U.S. Highway Bridges, by Type, 2016
Table 15 : Expenditures on U.S. Highway Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation, Through 2022
Table 16 : U.S. Railway Bridges, by Type of Owner, 2016
Table 17 : Projected Total Expenditures on U.S. Railway Bridge Construction, Replacement and Repair, Through 2022
Table 18 : Major Bridge Projects Planned by Amtrak, 2016-2022
Table 19 : Projected Amtrak Spending on Bridge Replacement, Through 2022
Table 20 : Projected U.S. State and Local Transit Bridge Expenditures, Through 2012
Table 21 : Projected U.S. Expenditures on Bridge Replacement and Repair by Private Railroads, Through 2022
Table 22 : U.S. Railway Tunnels, by Type of Owner, 2016
Table 23 : Typical U.S. Tunnel Project Costs
Table 24 : U.S. Rail Tunnel Construction, Improvement and Rehabilitation Costs, Through 2022
Table 25 : U.S. Rail Tunnel Construction, Improvement and Rehabilitation Costs, Through 2022
Table 26 : Condition Share of Runways at U.S. Commercial Service Airports, by Type, 2000-2016
Table 27 : Projected Number of Domestic U.S. Passenger Enplanements, Through 2022
Table 28 : Estimated U.S. Airport Terminal and Runway Construction and Rehabilitation Expenditures, Through 2022
Table 29 : Total Federal U.S. Public Spending on Dam Safety, Rehabilitation and Construction, Through 2022
Table 30 : Total U.S. Public Spending on Inland Waterway Rehabilitation and Construction, Through 2022
Table 31 : U.S. Public Spending on Levee Rehabilitation and Construction, Through 2022
Table 32 : Annual Capital Costs of U.S. Public Works Infrastructure, by Major End-use Segment, Through 2022
Table 33 : Annual Capital Costs Share of U.S. Public Works Infrastructure, by Major End-use Segment, 2016-2022
Table 34 : U.S. Market for Advanced Infrastructure Materials and Subassemblies, by Type, Through 2022
Table 35 : U.S. Market Shares for Advanced Infrastructure Materials and Subassemblies, by Type, 2016-2022
Table 36 : U.S. Market for Advanced Metals and Alloys in Civil Infrastructure Projects, Through 2022
Table 37 : Annual Sales of U.S. High-Performance Steel for Bridge Applications, Through 2022
Table 38 : U.S. Annual Sales of MMFX Rebar for Infrastructure Applications, Through 2022
Table 39 : U.S. Annual Sales of Aluminum Highway Bridge Decking, Through 2022
Table 40 : U.S. Market for Advanced Asphalts in Civil Infrastructure Projects, Through 2022
Table 41 : U.S. Annual Consumption of SUPERPAVE Hot Asphalt Mix, Through 2022
Table 42 : U.S. Annual Consumption of Warm-Mix Asphalt, Through 2022
Table 43 : HPC Benefits versus Conventional Concrete
Table 44 : Types of HPC Developed under FHWA Strategic Highway Research Program
Table 45 : Total U.S. Cement Consumption in Bridge Construction and Rehabilitation, Through 2022
Table 46 : Total U.S. HPC Consumption in Bridge Construction and Rehabilitation, Through 2022
Table 47 : Total U.S. Geopolymer Consumption in Concrete Infrastructure Protective Coatings, Through 2022
Table 48 : U.S. Share of Railway Tie Consumption, by Type of Material, 2016
Table 49 : U.S. Infrastructure Markets for Fiber-reinforced Polymer, Through 2022
Table 50 : U.S. Market Share for Fiber-reinforced Polymer Infrastructure, by Segments, 2016-2022
Table 51 : Commercial Producers of FRP Reinforcing Bar
Table 52 : U.S. Infrastructure Market for FRP Rebar, Through 2022
Table 53 : Projected U.S. Market for FRP Bridge Decks, Through 2022
Table 54 : Projected U.S. Market for FRP Marine Pilings, Through 2022
Table 55 : Projected U.S. Market for FRP Railroad Ties, Through 2022
Table 56 : Projected U.S. Market for FRP Seismic Reinforcement Materials, Through 2022
Table 57 : Projected U.S. Market for FRP Roadside Structures, Through 2022
Table 58 : Projected U.S. Market for FRP Materials in Other Infrastructure Strengthening and Repair Applications, Through 2022
Table 59 : Infrastructure-related U.S. Market for Geotextiles and Other Geosynthetic Materials, Through 2022
Table 60 : Projected U.S. Infrastructure Market for Smart Materials, Through 2022
Table 61 : Projected U.S. Market for Prefabricated Bridge Elements and Structures, Through 2022
Table 62 : Suppliers of Seismic Isolation Bearings to the U.S. Market
Table 63 : Projected U.S. Market for Seismic Isolation Bearings, Through 2022
Table 64 : Patents, by Type of Material, Issued Through June 15, 2017
Table 65 : Fastest-Growing Advanced Infrastructure Materials, by Product Segment, Through 2022
Table 66 : U.S. Market for Advanced Infrastructure Materials, by Major End-user Segment, Through 2022
List Of Figures
Summary Figure : U.S. Public Works Infrastructure Market for Advanced Building Materials and Subassemblies, by Major End-user Segment, 2016-2022
Figure 1 : U.S. Highway Ownership Shares, 2011 versus 2015
Figure 2 : Condition of U.S. Roads and Highways, 2015
Figure 3 : U.S. Highway Construction and Maintenance Expenditures, 2016–2022
Figure 4 : U.S. State and Local Market Share for Highways, by Source Type, 2015
Figure 5 : Ownership Share of U.S. Railway Tracks, by Type of Owner, 2017
Figure 6 : Trends in U.S. Track-related Railroad Incidents/Accidents, 2006-2016
Figure 7 : U.S. Commuter, Heavy and Light Rail Capital Expenditures, 2009-2013
Figure 8 : Condition Share of U.S. Highway Bridges, by Type, 2016
Figure 9 : Share of U.S. Railway Bridges, by Type of Owner, 2016
Figure 10 : Share of U.S. Railway Tunnels, by Type of Owner, 2016
Figure 11 : Condition of Runways at U.S. Commercial Service Airports, by Type, 2000-2016
Figure 12 : Projected Number of Domestic U.S. Passenger Enplanements, 2016-2022
Figure 13 : Estimated U.S. Airport Terminal and Runway Construction and Rehabilitation Expenditures, 2016-2022
Figure 14 : Annual Capital Costs Share of U.S. Public Works Infrastructure, by Major End-use Segment, 2016-2022
Figure 15 : U.S. Market Share for Advanced Infrastructure Materials and Subassemblies, by Type, 2016-2022
Figure 16 : U.S. Market for Advanced Metals and Alloys in Civil Infrastructure Projects, 2016-2022
Figure 17 : U.S. Market for Advanced Asphalts in Civil Infrastructure Projects, 2016-2022
Figure 18 : Total U.S. HPC Consumption in Bridge Construction and Rehabilitation, 2016-2022
Figure 19 : Total U.S. Geopolymer Consumption in Concrete Infrastructure Protective Coatings, 2016-2022
Figure 20 : U.S. Share of Railway Tie Consumption, by Type of Material, 2016
Figure 21 : U.S. Infrastructure Markets for Fiber-reinforced Polymer, 2016-2022
Figure 22 : U.S. Market Share for Fiber-reinforced Polymer Infrastructure Market Segments, 2016-2022
Figure 23 : Infrastructure-related U.S. Market for Geotextiles and Other Geosynthetic Materials, 2016–2022
Figure 24 : Projected U.S. Market for Prefabricated Bridge Elements and Structures, 2016-2022
Figure 25 : Projected U.S. Market for Seismic Isolation Bearings, 2016-2022
Figure 26 : Patent Shares, by Type of Material, Issued, Through June 15, 2017
Figure 27 : Market Share for Advanced Infrastructure Materials, by Major End-user Segment, 2016-2022

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