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シンガポール建設・建築コンサルティング市場調査報告書

狭小都市国家から生まれた逆転的ビジネス・アクション2017

Category Construction Industry
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Introduction

本稿はシンガポールにおける建築・建設コンサルティングのセクターにスポットを当て、マーケット概要と最新主要トレンド、国内の建設セクターでの最近の動向と重要企業のプロファイル、そして本業界を取り巻く ビジネス環境をメインに分析を進め、成長戦略と今後の展望について紹介する。まずこの場を借りて皆様にお伝えしたいことは、シンガポール政府は、”より環境に優しく・より優れた未来の インフラ空間の設計”を促していることから、イノベイティブな価値を提供するMADE IN JAPAN テクノロジーへ対するニーズは高まることが期待されることである。筆者が独自に書き下ろしたCore Story「シンガポール建設・建築業界必見!老舗ローカルコンサルティング企業経営から見る政府コネクション活用法!」と共に、この狭小都市国家から生まれた官民一体となった数々の逆転的ビジネス・アクションから、このマーケットにおけるポテンシャルを肌で感じて頂こう―。

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Introduction

This report examines the opportunity to venture business of construction engineering consultancy in Singapore, a developed nation in a strategic location of South East Asia. Despite of small territo- ry, Singapore provides bright business potentials for players that are ready to tackle challenges in local construction market. In addition, the Singapore government has created conducive business environment and supported all Singapore based companies in expanding their business interna- tionally through financial assistance schemes, and various programs that will be elaborated further in this report.

 

Editor’s View – Consulting Engineering

It is important to note that this market is intimately related to the construction industry on a grand scale, therefore is affected by the local swinging construction market. Nonetheless, this industry is stable despite of ups and downs in the past, and will likely to have a similar trend in the future. On a shorter scale, this industry has not been doing well in the past 2 years. However, business will surely pick up again in the end of 2017 supported by the government projects. In the long run, the private sector will catch up as well, probably setting the private housing prices souring up high again in 10-20 years’ time.


 

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary
  • 1. Overview of Engineering Consulting in Singapore
  • 1.1. Introduction to Engineering Consultancy
  • 1.2. Current Landscape of the Industry
  • 2. Market Trends and Projections
  • 2.1. Construction Demand and Forecast up to 2021
  • 2.1.1. Public Sector
  • 2.1.2. Private Sector
  • 2.2. Trends and Development of Singapore Engineering Consultancy Business
  • 2.2.1. Key Drivers of Growth in Domestic Sector
  • 2.2.2. Services Diversification
  • 2.2.3. Internationalization
  • 2.2.4. Merger and Acquisition (M&A)
  • 2.2.5. Green Building Expertise on Demand
  • 3. Key Business Players
  • 3.1. Top 5 Players 2016
  • 3.1.1. Surbana Jurong
  • 3.1.2. AECOM Singapore
  • 3.1.3. Parsons Brinckerhoff
  • 3.1.4. Arup Singapore
  • 3.1.5. Worley Parsons
  • 3.2. Selected 3 Players Focusing on Niche Market
  • 3.2.1. BBR Group
  • 3.2.2. Yongnam Holding
  • 3.2.3. Prime Structure Engineering (PSE)
  • 3.3. Selected 3 Japanese Players in Singapore
  • 3.3.1. Obayashi Singapore
  • 3.3.2. Kiso-Jiban Consultant
  • 3.3.3. Shimizu Corporation Singapore
  • 4. Industry Challenges and Opportunities
  • 4.1. Challenges
  • 4.1.1. Manpower Shortage
  • 4.1.2. Higher Operating Cost
  • 4.1.3. The Need to Upgrade Competency and to Innovate as Demanded by Local Authority
  • 4.2. Opportunities
  • 4.2.1. Global Business Expansion
  • 4.2.2. Government Incentives
  • 5. Singapore toward National Landscape Goal: 2030 and Beyond
  • 5.1. Government Master Plan
  • 5.1.1. High Transportation Connectivity
  • 5.1.2. Infrastructure Development Target to Cater Growing Population
  • 5.1.3. Singapore Aims for 80% of Buildings to be Sustainable in 2030
  • 5.2. Transforming into Digitalized Construction
  • 5.2.1. Building Information Model (BIM) technology development
  • 5.2.2. DfMA (Design for Manufacturing Assembly) basis for construction structure
  • 6. Setting up a New Engineering Consulting Firm in Singapore
  • 6.1. Business Environment
  • 6.1.1. Singapore Competitive Advantage
  • 6.1.2. Regulatory Framework
  • 6.1.3. Government Supports
  • 6.2. Steps and Licenses required
  • 6.3. Corporate Tax
  • 6.4. Workforces
  • 6.4.1. Engineering Education in Singapore
  • 6.4.2. Engineering Professionals Market Salary
  • 7. Conclusion
  • 7.1. Key Observations
  • 7.2. Proposed Recommendations

 

Data Table

  • Table1: % share of the Business Services Sector for Architectural and Engineering services
  • Table 2. Tenders in Engineering Consultancy
  • Table 3: The project pipeline from 2016 to 2020
  • Table4: Completion of Singapore Train Lines
  • Table5: Number of HDB Public Flats Built over every 5-Year period since 1960
  • Table 6. Some Countries of Engineering Consultancy Destinations Consultancy Exported and Bilateral Agreements
  • Table7: Top Engineering Players in Singapore
  • Table9: Financial Statement of Surbana Jurong
  • Table9: Financial Statement of AECOM
  • Table10: Financial Statement of Parsons Brinckerhoff
  • Table11: Financial Statement of ARUP
  • Table12: Financial Statement of WORLEY PARSON
  • Table 13: Major Companies with Niche Competence
  • Table14: BBR Holding Key Financial Performance
  • Table 15. Yongnam Key Financial Figure
  • Table 16. Potential Underground Infrastructural Projects
  • Table 17. Pipeline Infrastructure Projects up to 2030
  • Table 18.  Japan’s Corporate Tax
  • Table 19: Figure of Singapore NTU and NUS Engineering Rankings
  • Table20: A Snapshot of the number of Engineering Graduates from the University & Polytechnics  
  • Table 21. Occupational Gross Wages in Construction Sector 2015
  • Table 22. Salary Survey in Construction Sector 2016

 

  • Figure 1.1a: The definition of Consulting Engineering 
  • Figure 1.1b: The Ecosystem of Consulting Engineering 
  • Figure 1.2a: Key Sectoral Contribution to GDP 2016 
  • Figure 1.2b: Share of Architectural & Engineering in Business Services Sector for 2016
  • Figure 2.1a: An Overview of Singapore’s plan to develop a Vibrant and Connected City
  • Figure2.1b. Public Construction Consultancy Tenders
  • Figure 2.2.1a: Singapore railway length to double by 2030
  • Figure 2.2.1b: Figure on Major Rail Breakdown & Current Engineering Works
  • Figure 2.2.1c: Major Infrastructural Developments of Selected Precincts
  • Figure 2.2.1d: An Overview of all MRT Lines in Singapore by 2030 
  • Figure2.2.5b  Expected Growth of Green Building in 2019 Singapore vs Global
  • Figure 2.2.5a: Singapore Key Drivers of Green Building 
  • Figure4.1.2a. Offices’ occupancy cost per square meter per year
  • Figure 4.1.2b. Average Net Effective Rents in South East Asia Capital Cities per square meter per annum

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