Globalization through           the ASEAN        Constructors           Federation
Scandinavia                   ASEANApproximately 9,522.06 KM
   Association of South East Asian Nations   Established on August 8, 1967   The ASEAN Vision 2020, adopted by the ASEA...
   Member Countries    ◦   Brunei Darrusalam   ◦   Myanmar    ◦   Cambodia            ◦   Philippines    ◦   Indonesia   ...
   Established on May 30, 1985   ACF is an alliance of the constructors associations of the    ASEAN nations   ACF Requ...
   Objectives of the Association:    ◦ to provide a forum for dialogue among the construction      contractors in the ASE...
VietnamThailand                            Philippines                 Malaysia   Singapore                               ...
VietnamThailand               Cambodia                            Philippines                 Malaysia   Singapore        ...
Capabilities              ACF Member                                   CountriesGeneral, Prime, and EPC      Malaysia andC...
14,00                  12,00                  10,00in billions USD                                                        ...
8,00%7,00%6,00%5,00%                                      Malaysia                                           Philippines4,...
   Indonesia:       ◦ Six (6) Indonesian Economic Corridors (IEDC)       ◦ Suramadu bridge between Surabaya (Java) and Ma...
   Indonesia:    ◦ Bayu Undan Off-shore Gas Field (TIMOR SEA,      AUSTRAILIA)    ◦ Container Cranes Structure Supplier (...
   Malaysia:    ◦ Mass Rapid Transportation in Greater Kuala Lumpur /Klang      Valley    ◦ KL International Financial Di...
6 000                      5 528,12              5 000                                                                    ...
   Philippines:    ◦ Light rail Systems (LRT 1 South Ext., LRT 2 East Ext.)    ◦ Airports (Bohol, Puerto Prinsesa, Daraga...
   Philippines:    ◦ Shell Nanhai Lop (CHINA)    ◦ Tuen Mun Expressway (HONG KONG)
   Philippines:    ◦ Bolkiah Housing Project (BRUNEI DARUSSALAM)    ◦ Sultan’s Palace Istana Nurul Iman (BRUNEI DARUSSALA...
   Singapore:    ◦ MRT Downtown Line Stage 3    ◦ Reconstruction of Newton      Flyover    ◦ Viaduct from TPE to PIE    ◦...
Source: BCA
   Thailand:    ◦ Purple Line city train of Metropolitan Rapid Transit      Authority    ◦ Red Line city train of the Sta...
   Thailand:    ◦ Construction projects in:   ◦ Construction projects:       Bahrain                      housing      ...
   Vietnam:    ◦ Construction of a new airport in Kon Tum city in the      central highland province of Kon Tum.    ◦ Inv...
   China is one of the biggest economies   China International Contractors Association (CHINCA)   ACF and CHINCA    ◦ F...
Overall Objective:    To promote harmonization of construction    skills standards across ASEAN countries to    increase p...
Why do we need theACF ConstructionStandards Trade SkillsTraining (ACSTST)Program
◦ ASEAN countries are moving towards a single common  market (AFTA, GATS)◦ There will be greater mobility of manpower acro...
What will beharmonized in the ACFConstruction StandardsTrade Skills Training(ACSTST) Program
1.   Competency standards – refers to the list of     skills/competencies available to the individual for his education   ...
◦ The harmonized construction standards will be called the  ACF Trade Skills Standards (TSS)◦ Based on the 2010 survey res...
1.    Steel Reinforcement Work2.    Systems Formwork (combined Metal and Timber Formwork)3.    Plastering4.    Tile Settin...
◦ Harmonized 2 trade skills:   ◦ Comparability study:  Systems Formwork              Brick Laying  Steel Reinforcement ...
ACF Membership – Strenght in NumbersThe need to go out and be global – The World is FlatGlobalization also means others...
THANK YOU◦
Globalization through ACF, Ronaldo Elepano Jr
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  1. 1. Globalization through the ASEAN Constructors Federation
  2. 2. Scandinavia ASEANApproximately 9,522.06 KM
  3. 3.  Association of South East Asian Nations Established on August 8, 1967 The ASEAN Vision 2020, adopted by the ASEAN Leaders on the 30th Anniversary of ASEAN, agreed on a shared vision of ASEAN as a concert of Southeast Asian nations, outward looking, living in peace, stability and prosperity, bonded together in partnership in dynamic development and in a community of caring societies.
  4. 4.  Member Countries ◦ Brunei Darrusalam ◦ Myanmar ◦ Cambodia ◦ Philippines ◦ Indonesia ◦ Singapore ◦ Laos ◦ Thailand ◦ Malaysia ◦ Vietnam
  5. 5.  Established on May 30, 1985 ACF is an alliance of the constructors associations of the ASEAN nations ACF Requirements for membership: ◦ Applicant for membership must be a constructors association composed of local contractors and must be recognized by the respective government institution for construction ◦ A private enterprise (non-governmental) ◦ Free election of officers (not by appointment) ◦ Must submit the charter/by-laws of the association ◦ Membership would require the concurrence of the Council
  6. 6.  Objectives of the Association: ◦ to provide a forum for dialogue among the construction contractors in the ASEAN ◦ to foster closer co-operation among the construction contractors in the ASEAN ◦ to promote mutual consultation among construction contractors in the ASEAN ◦ to unify efforts of the construction contractors in the ASEAN
  7. 7. VietnamThailand Philippines Malaysia Singapore Indonesia
  8. 8. VietnamThailand Cambodia Philippines Malaysia Singapore Indonesia
  9. 9. Capabilities ACF Member CountriesGeneral, Prime, and EPC Malaysia andContracts Singapore, ThailandManpower Service/ Supply / Indonesia, Philippines,Sub-Contractor ThailandService Contracts and Cambodia, VietnamManpower supply
  10. 10. 14,00 12,00 10,00in billions USD Malaysia 8,00 Philippines Singapore 6,00 Vietnam 4,00 Indonesia 2,00 0,00 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  11. 11. 8,00%7,00%6,00%5,00% Malaysia Philippines4,00% Singapore3,00% Vietnam Indonesia2,00%1,00%0,00% 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  12. 12.  Indonesia: ◦ Six (6) Indonesian Economic Corridors (IEDC) ◦ Suramadu bridge between Surabaya (Java) and Madura island. Suramadu Bridge length is 5.4 Km (the longest in Indonesia). ◦ Value of Construction (2006-2009) in Indonesian Rupiah Category 2006 2007 2008 2009Building 7,495,904,000,000 9,305,172,000,000 9,305,172,000,000 9,305,172,000,000Infrastructure 20,701,163,000,000 22,069,558,000,000 22,069,558,000,000 22,069,558,000,000Others 114,635,000,000 431,511,000,000 371,544,000,000 371,544,000,000TOTAL 56,004,537,000,000 67,317,918,000,000 71,943,309,000,000 71,943,309,000,000USD 6,184,929,542 7,434,336,610 7,945,147,322 7,945,147,322 Source: ICA
  13. 13.  Indonesia: ◦ Bayu Undan Off-shore Gas Field (TIMOR SEA, AUSTRAILIA) ◦ Container Cranes Structure Supplier (SRI LANKA) ◦ Structural Steel Supplier for Dawson Alliance (AUSTRAILIA) ◦ Malampaya Off-shore Gas Field (PHILIPPINES)
  14. 14.  Malaysia: ◦ Mass Rapid Transportation in Greater Kuala Lumpur /Klang Valley ◦ KL International Financial District ◦ Highway construction, combined-cycle gas power plant in Kimanis, Sabah and IIUM Teaching Hospital in Kuantan, Women and Children Hospital and Integrated Health Research Institute complex ◦ Oil Field Services and Equipment Centre in Johor
  15. 15. 6 000 5 528,12 5 000 4 086,68 4 000 3 773,82 3 478,79USD Million 3 000 2 528,60 2 000 1 649,30 581,02 1 1 090,31 1 000 869,13 843,58 849,82 759,16 625,63 595,50 568,44 - Qatar Other Saudi Arabia Sudan Vietnam China Indonesia Thailand India Iran Bahrain Libya UAE South Africa Herzegovina Bosnia Country Source: MBAM
  16. 16.  Philippines: ◦ Light rail Systems (LRT 1 South Ext., LRT 2 East Ext.) ◦ Airports (Bohol, Puerto Prinsesa, Daraga, Laguindingan) ◦ Toll Roads (Daang-Hari, Cavite-Laguna, NLEX-SLEX)
  17. 17.  Philippines: ◦ Shell Nanhai Lop (CHINA) ◦ Tuen Mun Expressway (HONG KONG)
  18. 18.  Philippines: ◦ Bolkiah Housing Project (BRUNEI DARUSSALAM) ◦ Sultan’s Palace Istana Nurul Iman (BRUNEI DARUSSALAM) ◦ Precast Beam Fabrication of Monorail (DUBAI)
  19. 19.  Singapore: ◦ MRT Downtown Line Stage 3 ◦ Reconstruction of Newton Flyover ◦ Viaduct from TPE to PIE ◦ Sewerage and Drainage Improvement Work ◦ Jurong Hospital ◦ NTU Phase 3C Teaching Blocks
  20. 20. Source: BCA
  21. 21.  Thailand: ◦ Purple Line city train of Metropolitan Rapid Transit Authority ◦ Red Line city train of the State Railway of Thailand ◦ Baan-Aue-Ar-Thorn project phases 3–5 of National Housing Authority ◦ Expressway extension phase 3 of the Expressway Authority of Thailand
  22. 22.  Thailand: ◦ Construction projects in: ◦ Construction projects:  Bahrain  housing  India  high-rise apartment  Sri Lanka buildings  Vietnam.  Bridges  road networks  water supply systems  Airports  mass transit systems. Source: Bangkok Post
  23. 23.  Vietnam: ◦ Construction of a new airport in Kon Tum city in the central highland province of Kon Tum. ◦ Investment project for construction of infrastructure system of Construction hospital ◦ Investment project for construction of two city roads under infrastructure construction project of the diplomatic corps in Hanoi
  24. 24.  China is one of the biggest economies China International Contractors Association (CHINCA) ACF and CHINCA ◦ Formalized cooperation between associations ◦ Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation have been signed by CHINCA with most ACF member countries ◦ On-going formulation of rules of engagement in doing projects with ACF member countries
  25. 25. Overall Objective: To promote harmonization of construction skills standards across ASEAN countries to increase productivity and value creation of their respective workforce
  26. 26. Why do we need theACF ConstructionStandards Trade SkillsTraining (ACSTST)Program
  27. 27. ◦ ASEAN countries are moving towards a single common market (AFTA, GATS)◦ There will be greater mobility of manpower across ASEAN countries◦ However, ASEAN countries’ manpower are at different level of skill and needs to be improved◦ Some of these manpower undergo training, some learn the skill based on the on-the-job training and others in unstructured learning process◦ Minimum standard of trade skills must be promoted
  28. 28. What will beharmonized in the ACFConstruction StandardsTrade Skills Training(ACSTST) Program
  29. 29. 1. Competency standards – refers to the list of skills/competencies available to the individual for his education and training2. Training standards – set to provide the instructors with the information and other important requirements to consider when designing training programs for a specific competency standard3. Assessment/certification arrangements – created to verify and validate the competencies of the trainees through a hands- on and written assessment; demonstrating the competencies they have learned in the Training Standards
  30. 30. ◦ The harmonized construction standards will be called the ACF Trade Skills Standards (TSS)◦ Based on the 2010 survey results from the ACF members, ten (10) trade skills were prioritized
  31. 31. 1. Steel Reinforcement Work2. Systems Formwork (combined Metal and Timber Formwork)3. Plastering4. Tile Setting5. Brick Laying6. Concrete Block Laying7. Structural Steel Work8. Welding9. Lifting Equipment10. Heavy Equipment / Earthwork Equipment
  32. 32. ◦ Harmonized 2 trade skills: ◦ Comparability study:  Systems Formwork  Brick Laying  Steel Reinforcement  Concrete-Block Laying Work  Plastering  Tile Setting  Welding  Structural Steel Work
  33. 33. ACF Membership – Strenght in NumbersThe need to go out and be global – The World is FlatGlobalization also means others coming in …Globalization requires Skills, Competencies and Leadeship◦
  34. 34. THANK YOU◦
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