Netherlands Facility Management Market Trends

Statistics for the 2023 & 2024 Netherlands Facility Management market trends, created by Mordor Intelligence™ Industry Reports. Netherlands Facility Management trend report includes a market forecast to 2029 and historical overview. Get a sample of this industry trends analysis as a free report PDF download.

Market Trends of Netherlands Facility Management Industry

Growing Trend of Smart Buildings

  • A smart building automates its processes to control its infrastructure, lighting, security systems, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. A smart building uses technology and assimilates it with the basic building infrastructure and other structural and equipment components to make buildings increasingly efficient, safer, sustainable, and to reduce costs. The studied smart building solutions are part of the growing IoT and connected sensor ecosystem.
  • Energy use in office buildings focuses on creating a comfortable, healthy, optimal environment for workers; its energy expenditures are mainly on things like ventilation, lighting, and air conditioning. However, a food manufacturing facility's primary energy expenditure is related to its production processes; as a result, its energy needs are primarily focused on things like steam systems, ovens, furnaces, refrigeration units, and more, all of which comprise the largest portion of this sector's energy consumption.
  • Demand response, automated building control, autoDR, advanced building and predictive analytics, building optimisation and continuous optimisation, and corporate integration are all required for larger buildings. Smaller buildings, on the other hand, need a system that can offer details on the availability of incentives, historical billing analysis, and recommendations for behavioural, educational, and retrofit changes.
  • BEMS is essential to meeting these standards. Businesses are increasingly providing BEMS options for medium-sized structures. They offer energy monitoring, continuous commissioning, retro commissioning, maintenance, trouble ticket management, AMI data analysis, and recommendations for retrofit programmes.
  • Furthermore, IoT-enabled emergency lighting solutions are designed to offer total solutions for safe evacuation in case of an emergency or fire for all buildings, from offices to hotels, schools, hospitals, stadiums, and train stations. These solutions drive greater security solutions for intelligent buildings and give a more holistic approach while reducing the total cost of ownership throughout the building life cycle. Solutions such as the MyBuildings portal powered by ABB Ability provide a completely secure area for the management of services, putting greater control back in the hands of the building manager or owner.
  • According to American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, the Netherlands had the greatest energy efficiency score for buildings in the world in 2022. Meanwhile, France had received 21 points out of a possible 25. This may rise the demand for smart building s in the region. Smart building facility management refers to the use of data-driven insights and automation technologies to manage and optimize the operation and maintenance of facilities in a smart building
Energy Efficiency Score of Buildings, by Country, Worldwide, 2022 - Netherlands Facility Management Market

Commercial Segment is Expected to Hold Significant Share in the Market

  • The commercial entities cover office buildings constructed or occupied by business services, such as offices of IT and communication, manufacturers, and other service providers. Due to the provision of necessary fitments, interiors, and commercial buildings, decoration, and management have gained significant importance, driving the country's commercial sector market.
  • Commercial spaces require property accounting, renting, contract management, procurement management, and several other services, so hiring professionals becomes necessary. Owing to such factors, the commercial category has further growth opportunities in the market, and the trend is expected to continue over the forecast period.
  • Additionally, the commercial sector includes office buildings used by businesses that provide services, including manufacturing, IT and telecommunication, finance and insurance, real estate, and other services. The services are categorized into property, cleaning, security, catering, support, environmental management, etc. Among these, the property category has high demand due to the increased requirement for advertising rental properties and asset management and maintenance services.
  • According to the Central Bureau of Statistics (Netherlands), in 2022, Amsterdam had twice as many nonresidential units built as Utrecht. Meanwhile, The Hague had about 100 new commercial buildings that year, and Rotterdam had 72. Suh's rise in nonresidential units would create an opportunity for the players in the market to develop new services to expand their market share.
  • The market is witnessing multiple strategic acquisitions between the market leaders in these regions. For example, Alstom purchased Shunter, a leading services provider for maintaining rolling stock for freight and passenger transport in the Netherlands. The acquisition reinforces Alstom's position in the Benelux maintenance market by combining both companies' solutions, capabilities, and products to benefit railway operators. It also strengthens Alstom's global maintenance services with a physical presence in the Port of Rotterdam.
Netherlands Facility Management Market: New Commercial Buildings in Four Largest Cities, in Number, Netherlands, 2020-2022

Netherlands Facility Management Market Size & Share Analysis - Growth Trends & Forecasts (2024 - 2029)