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Singapore Construction Market Research Report

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Singapore is the world’s most preferred destination for businesses and investors. With its clear system of laws and regulations, the nation is deemed to be one of the most competitive business hubs in the world. The construction industry, which is closely linked to the architectural industry, is projected to be between S$26 billion to S$35 billion in 2017.  This report serves to provide insight into Singapore’s unique business environment, furnishing readers with financial and research data as well as information of opportunities and key players within the construction industry – specifically those which are closely related to architecture.

With architecture playing an integral part of the construction sector, its role in the economy is, therefore, reliant on the growth of the industry as a whole. Despite the huge potential contracts to be won, it becomes necessary for industry players to integrate innovation and architectural skills to merge, especially in land scarce Singapore. With the government allocating a large budget to building infrastructure and larger areas to housing, it is notable potential for whom considering to enter Singaporean architecture market that commercial buildings and recreational areas, architectural firms must be able to adapt to the changes and evolving requirements.

Data analysis, as well as excerpts from online economic and business reports, will aid readers in gaining an insight into the industry, helping them identify opportunities based on major project pipelines stipulated or tender that has been recently awarded. Key player analysis, especially, will be helpful in highlighting the strategies successful businesses have incorporated in order to remain relevant under current economic situations. This analysis allows readers to make informed decisions on the direction they want their businesses to take, helping them to plan and take actions accordingly. Finally, a contact list provided within the report will be vital for businesses and investors who plan to start their own company in Singapore. The report will thus function as a how-to handbook, incorporating quick and easy access to valuable information.

 


<Table of Contents>

  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • INDUSTRY CORE STORY
  • PART 1: INDUSTRY OUTLOOK AND CYCLES (GENERAL INFO)
  • SECTION 1: OVERVIEW OF CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY (GLOBAL LEVEL)
  • 1.1 TRANSFORMATION OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
  • SECTION 2: CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN SINGAPORE
  • 2.1 SINGAPORE’S ECONOMY: AN OVERVIEW
  • 2.2 CURRENT CONSTRUCTION OUTLOOK
  • SECTION 3: OPPORTUNITIES IN THE GLOBAL ARCHITECTURE MARKET
  • 3.1 THE EVOLUTION OF ARCHITECTURAL MARKET IN SINGAPORE
  • PART 2: ARCHITECTURE INDUSTRY IN SINGAPORE
  • SECTION 1: OVERVIEW OF SINGAPORE ARCHITECTURAL MARKET
  • 1.1 PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL ORGANISATION IN SINGAPORE
  • 1.2 CURRENT TRENDS FOR ARCHITECTURE INDUSTRY IN SINGAPORE
  • 1.3 DESIGN TRENDS FOR ARCHITECTURE IN SINGAPORE
  • SECTION 2: SWOT ANALYSIS OF THE ARCHITECTURAL MARKET
  • 2.1 STRENGTHS
  • 2.2 WEAKNESS
  • 2.3 OPPORTUNITIES
  • 2.4 THREATS
  • SECTION 3: ON-GOING CHALLENGES – BEYOND 2020
  • 2.1 SHORTAGE OF MANPOWER IN THE IT SECTOR
  • 2.2 CHANGES IN RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PUBLIC-PRIVATE-PARTNERSHIPS (P3S)
  • SECTION 3: INVESTOR INSIGHTS INTO SINGAPORE
  • 3.1 WHY CHOOSE SINGAPORE
  • 3.2 SETTING UP COMPANY IN SINGAPORE
  • 3.3 INCENTIVES AND CHALLENGE IN COMPANY OPERATIONS
  • SECTION 4: NEEDS OF LOCAL ARCHITECTURAL INDUSTRY
  • SECTION 5: REGISTRATION TO PRACTISE ARCHITECTURE IN SINGAPORE
  • SECTION 6: HOW TO WIN CONTRACTS
  • SECTION 7: KEY PLAYERS IN THE MARKET (COMPETITOR ANALYSIS)
  • SECTION 8: AWARDS AND CRITERIAS
  • PART 3: OTHER RELATED INDUSTRIES AND OPPORTUNITIES
  • SECTION 1: INTERIOR DESIGN
  • 1.1 MARKET ANALYSIS
  • 1.2 MARKET POTENTIAL
  • 1.3 MAJOR PLAYERS 64
  • SECTION 2: LANDSCAPING / CIVIL WORKS INDUSTRY
  • 2.1 MARKET ANALYSIS
  • 2.2 MARKET POTENTIAL
  • 2.3 MAJOR PLAYERS
  • PART 4: FUTURE TRENDS AND OTHER ARCHITECTURAL OPPORTUNITIES
  • SECTION 1: THE FUTURE OF THE CONSTRUCTION / ARCHITECTURE INDUSTRY IN SINGAPORE
  • 1.1 INVESTMENTS INTO IOT SHAPES BUSINESS EXPANSIONS
  • SECTION 2: BUILDINGS IN THE FUTURE
  • 3.1 STARCHITECTURE
  • 3.2 FLOATING ARCHITECTURE
  • 3.3 PORTABLE / RECYCLABLE STRUCTURE
  • CONCLUSION

 


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  • Figure 1: The ecosystem of architectural services
  • Figure 2: Percentage distribution of each sectors in the global construction industry (2012-2015)
  • Figure 3: Future Best Practices for Architectural Companies
  • Figure 4: Construction Demand from 2007 to 2016
  • Figure 5: Foreign buyers in Singapore residential market
  • Figure 6: Construction demand in the public sector
  • Figure 7: Construction demand in the private sector
  • Figure 8: Evolution in Architecture
  • Figure 9: 10 categories of architect membership
  • Figure 10: Land distribution in 2010 VS. 2030
  • Figure 11: Singapore’s green building commitment in comparison to the world (2017-2020)
  • Figure 12: BCA Green Mark Scheme
  • Figure 13: Design trends for architecture in Singapore
  • Figure 14: Median Gross Monthly Income from Work (including employer CPF contributions) of full-time employed residents
  • Figure 15: Gradual increase in the average age of the workforce within the country
  • Figure 16: The steps to set a company in Singapore
  • Figure 17: The registration process to practice architecture in Singapore
  • Figure 18: 3 types of tenders
  • Figure19: Household Income From work (per household/ household member) (2011-2016)
  • Figure 20: Complaints received for interior designing firms (2011-2014)
  • Figure 21: Singapore Renovation Review 2015
  • Figure 22: Digital Influence on the online followers
  • Figure 23: Landscaping Industry Global Trends
  • Figure 24: Government Funding S$5.6 million

 

  • Table 1: Revenue & Net Income (S$)/ Company A 2011-2015
  • Table 2: Revenue (S$)/ Company A 2011-2015
  • Table 3: Net Assets (S$) / Company A 2011-2015
  • Table 4: Cash and Bank Balances (S$) / Company A 2011-2015
  • Table 5: Manpower Expenses (S$)/ Company A 2011-2014
  • Table 6: Dividends Allocation (S$) /Company A 2011-2014
  • Table 7: Related Parties Transactions (S$)/Company A 2011-2014
  • Table 8: Financial Comparison for 2015 (S$)/Company A 2011-2014
  • Table 9: Construction Output 2012-2025
  • Table 10: 2017 Construction demand forecast
  • Table 11: 2018 – 2021 Construction Demand Forecast
  • Table 12: Public project pipeline from 2017 to 2030.
  • Table 13: Land Allocation (2010 vs 2030)
  • Table 14: Construction Prospect in the last five years (2012-2017)
  • Table 15: List of Major Projects Awarded per Sector in 2017
  • Table 16: Indicator Showing Stable Interests by Foreign Investors into Singapore
  • Table 17: Government Financial Support for Architectural Companies in Singapore
  • Table 18: Incentive Provided by the Government
  • Table 19: The top 5 architectural companies in Singapore
  • Table 20: Financial conditions of AEDAS PTE.LTD
  • Table 21: Financial conditions of CPG CONSULTANTS PTE. LTD
  • Table 22: Financial conditions of DP ARCHITECT PTE. LTD
  • Table 23: Financial conditions of ONG & ONG DESIGN & BUILD PTE. LTD.
  • Table 24: Financial conditions of SURBANA JURONG CONSULTANTS PTE. LTD.
  • Table 25: Financial conditions of: RSP ARCHITECTS PLANNERS AND ENGINEERS PTE. LTD.
  • Table 26: Awards for Architects in Singapore
  • Table 27: List of Award Winning Architects
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