Surveys

Architects are in an increasingly better mood and predict market stabilization in 2024

19 / 04 / 2024
54% of architects (an increase of 6 percentage points) assess the market situation of their architectural office positively and 45% predict that the demand for the services of architectural offices in 2024 will be at the same level as in 2023. The respondents' opinions are divided as to the prices of architectural services in the coming year. We encourage you to read a short report from this survey.

Roofers surprise with positive results!

20 / 02 / 2024
The majority of surveyed roofers (61%) assess the results of their company's operations in 2023 as positive. These are, on the one hand, surprising results taking into account the reduction in the capacity of the roofing market in 2023 and on the other hand, predictable considering the high base effect from recent years, i.e. the high level of demand for the services of roofing companies. More information and roofers' forecasts for 2024 in our report.

Optimism among architects is growing

04 / 12 / 2023
The mood of architects slightly improved in the fall of 2023 compared to the previous spring edition of the survey. The percentage of the respondents assessing the market situation of the architectural office as very good or rather good increased from 43% to 48%. The mood in the segment of larger architectural offices has particularly improved, with the percentage of those assessing the market situation as positive increasing by as much as 9 percentage points to 54%. We invite you to read the survey results.

Architects' optimism index down again!

14 / 04 / 2023
As part of the cyclical research project of the construction industry OMNIBUD, we asked architects about the assessment of the market situation of their architectural office (i.e. in terms of implementing and obtaining orders). The mood of architects has deteriorated once again - currently only 43% of the respondents assess the market situation of their architectural office as very or rather good. In the fall of 2022, this indicator exceeded 50%, and in 2021 it was as much as 61%. At the same time, the percentage of the respondents who assess their position on the market as rather bad or very bad increased significantly (from 9% to 17%).

Is 2022 the beginning of stagnation on the roofing services market?

31 / 03 / 2023
40% of roofers predict that in 2022 there will be the same demand for their services as last year, and 32% expect a decline in demand, which may mean the beginning of stagnation on the roofing services market. As many as 70% of respondents forecast that the prices of services in this market will increase in 2022 - according to the report "The moods of roofers 2022", published by BCMM - marketing research.

Bathtub or shower, what do Poles prefer?

29 / 03 / 2023
31% of adult residents of Poland currently have both a bathtub and a shower cabin in their apartment, but when asked about the solution they would choose when renovating their bathroom in the next five years, as many as 53% indicate that they would choose both a bathtub and a shower cabin. Significantly more women than men plan to equip their bathroom with both a bathtub and a shower cabin. A greater percentage of men indicate that when planning a bathroom renovation, they will decide to buy only a shower cabin. We invite you to read a short report from this survey

Could stagflation be looming in the roofing services market in 2023?

03 / 03 / 2023
As many as 56% of the surveyed roofing companies expect a decrease in demand for their services in 2023 - this is the highest level of this indicator in the last 10 years. At the same time, 40% of the surveyed roofers believe that the prices of roofing services will continue to increase this year - these are the results of the latest survey "Roofers' Moods 2023", carried out as part of the mood barometer of this industry group - a project that we have been implementing since 2011.

The architects' optimism index has fallen to 50%

01 / 12 / 2022
In October 2022, as part of the OMNIBUD project (cyclical research of the construction industry in Poland), we asked architects about the assessment of the market situation of their architectural firm. The mood of architects has deteriorated compared to the previous edition of the survey (October 2021), which was certainly influenced by the weakening of construction boom and the related uncertainty about the further economic situation. Despite this, 50% of the surveyed architects assess the current market situation of their firm as very good or rather good (compared to 61% a year ago). The percentage of the respondents who assess the position of their firm on the market as neither good nor bad has increased significantly (from 31% to 39%).

Architects feel the first effects of the coronavirus outbreak

01 / 12 / 2022
For the 11th time, the BCMM Institute – Marketing Research conducted its annual survey of architects' attitudes. The survey was conducted between 12–30 March 2020, i.e. at the beginning of the development of the coronavirus epidemic in Poland.