Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Corrosion Protection Engineering industry is busy managing the corrosion of the aging US infrastructure and protecting new projects from its harmful effects. Although the recession caused demand from key construction, energy and transportation markets to slow as they reduced investments and scaled back production, a renewed public and federal government focus on upgrading America's aging infrastructure and recovering public and private levels of investment into downstream energy, construction and transportation industries will underpin growth. Industry firms will benefit from increasing demand by downstream industries to implement new materials and develop plans to economically reduce corrosion expenses and extend the life of costly new structures and equipment.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Starting a New Business Chapter
Barriers to entry in the Corrosion Protection Engineering Services industry are moderate. The technical complexity of most projects undertaken by this industry effectively restricts the entry of new competitors to those with demonstrated capacities across a range of complex projects. A Bachelor of Engineering or Associate Diploma of Engineering is generally regarded as a minimum qualification.
Qualifications, sophisticated technical skills and expertise are prerequisites for entry to the industry. Many projects require a variety of tasks, including project feasibility; productions line design and implementation; and design and management of construction... purchase to read more