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Modular Building Institute publishes 2022 reports

U.S.-based Modular Building Institute (MBI) releases annual industry reports.

The Modular Building Institute (MBI)—the world’s largest trade association for the commercial modular construction industry last week announced the publication of their 2022 annual industry reports. The reports cover the two main sectors of the commercial modular building industry: Permanent Modular Construction and Relocatable Buildings.

According to the MBI, the reports gathered statistical information about the size and growth of the commercial modular construction industry in the U.S, and have become the leading source of information on the industry used worldwide by investment firms, banks, the media, researchers, consultants, and students.

Contents include General Industry Descriptions, Floors Shipped, Gross Sales, Sales by Market Segment, Dealer Gross Revenue, Lease Fleet Composition, Sale of Used Units, Industry Manufacturing Data, Industry Estimates, and Visuals of Contemporary Modular Buildings. 

The newly-published reports include detailing findings and analysis, including:

  • Key North American Markets, featuring detailed regional breakdowns of the United States and Canada;
  • Revenue & Market Share;
  • Overviews of the international modular construction market; and
  • Case studies from award-winning modular projects around the world.

“These annual reports have long been one of MBI’s most valuable member benefits,” said Tom Hardiman, Executive Director of the Modular Building Institute. “Considering the challenges—and successes—of the industry during the last couple of years, it’s exciting to release these reports and help the industry further leverage all the great data and experience we’ve accumulated.”

In addition to the release of the 2022 reports, MBI has also just made available—free of charge—its annual reports from 2021. MBI’s annual reports from 2020 are also available, providing a detailed three-year overview of the entire construction industry featuring data that isn’t available anywhere else.

The complete 2022, 2021, and 2020 industry reports are HERE

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