Group #12- Lee, Hung-Yueh (Eugene)Liu, Cheng-Hung (Darren)Pan, Hsiao-Tieh (Blair)Sivanzire, Patrick MuhindoThe Constructio...
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Outline• Introduction of Taiwan• Two Major Construction Firm• Infrastructure Status• Construction climate in past three ye...
Geography• East Asia• West Pacific Ocean• Total area: 35980 sq-km• Peak: 3952m• Climate: tropical &marine• Natural hazards...
People and Society• Capital: Taipei• Population: 23,234,936• Official language:Mandarin Chinese• Religion: mixture ofBuddh...
Construction Firm I - Fu Tsu Construction• Founded in 1949• Capital: $74.5 million• Project type:skyscraper, shopping mall...
• Taipei MRT System- 10 lines- 102 stations- 112.8 km in operation• 5 stations along TamsuiLine (red line)• LandmarkConstr...
Taipei Subway Map8
• The World Games in Kaohsiung 2009• Open design• Eco-friendlyConstruction Firm I - Fu Tsu Construction9
Construction Firm II - ContinentalEngineering Corp• Founded in Sichuan, China in 1945 and moved toTaiwan in 1949.• Capital...
Project I : Taiwan High Speed Rail• Total length : 214 miles• Total cost : USD 18 billion• Operating speed : 186 mph• 8 st...
• In 1994, Taiwan passeda law regarding use ofprivate finance ininfrastructureprojects, which alsoapplied to the state-run...
Project II : Taoyuan International Airport MRT• The planned route starts from Terminal II ofTaoyuan International Airport ...
• The total budget for the project is $31.6 billion• Expected to serve over 143,000 passengers per day• Maximum operationa...
Case 1: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport• Objective: mitigate passenger’s capacity overloading.• Terminal 1 is also cu...
BeforeAfterInfrastructure Status16
Case 2: Hsueh-shan Tunnel• Objective: Stimulate and grow the local economy• Tunnel construction began in 1991 and took 15 ...
Infrastructure Status: Hsueh-shan Tunnel18
Case 3: Post-disaster reconstruction and damageprevention• Objective: Improve the facilities and strengthen thedisaster pr...
2008 – 2010 Construction Climate0%15%30%45%60%2008 2009 201046% 48% 31%Annual capital productivity for the constructionind...
2017 SummerUniversity GameDemand of multi-use stadium, tenniscenter, athleticsvillageCollaborate withthe investor of theBO...
Construction Budget & GDP22
Taiwan GDP Growth Rate23
Construction Budget & GDP of Taiwan in $B2010 2011 2012 2013GDP – Current Prices 430.18 466.42 466.05 469.29Construction B...
SWOT25
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  1. 1. Group #12- Lee, Hung-Yueh (Eugene)Liu, Cheng-Hung (Darren)Pan, Hsiao-Tieh (Blair)Sivanzire, Patrick MuhindoThe ConstructionIndustry in TaiwanNov. 28, 2012
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  3. 3. Outline• Introduction of Taiwan• Two Major Construction Firm• Infrastructure Status• Construction climate in past three years andfuture• Construction Budget & GDP• SWOT Analysis3
  4. 4. Geography• East Asia• West Pacific Ocean• Total area: 35980 sq-km• Peak: 3952m• Climate: tropical &marine• Natural hazards:earthquakes & typhoons4
  5. 5. People and Society• Capital: Taipei• Population: 23,234,936• Official language:Mandarin Chinese• Religion: mixture ofBuddhism and Taoism93%, Christian4.5%, other 2.5%• Government type:multiparty democracy5
  6. 6. Construction Firm I - Fu Tsu Construction• Founded in 1949• Capital: $74.5 million• Project type:skyscraper, shopping mall, hospital, hotel, public facility• Main projects:- Taipei Mass Rapid Transit System (MRT)- Main Stadium of The World Games 20096
  7. 7. • Taipei MRT System- 10 lines- 102 stations- 112.8 km in operation• 5 stations along TamsuiLine (red line)• LandmarkConstruction Firm I - Fu Tsu Construction7
  8. 8. Taipei Subway Map8
  9. 9. • The World Games in Kaohsiung 2009• Open design• Eco-friendlyConstruction Firm I - Fu Tsu Construction9
  10. 10. Construction Firm II - ContinentalEngineering Corp• Founded in Sichuan, China in 1945 and moved toTaiwan in 1949.• Capital: $150 million• Property type: Infrastructure, public, and public works.• Main projects– Taiwan High Speed Rail– Taoyuan International Airport– MRT10
  11. 11. Project I : Taiwan High Speed Rail• Total length : 214 miles• Total cost : USD 18 billion• Operating speed : 186 mph• 8 stationsConstruction Firm II - ContinentalEngineering Corp11
  12. 12. • In 1994, Taiwan passeda law regarding use ofprivate finance ininfrastructureprojects, which alsoapplied to the state-runTHSR project• THSR project deliveredas a build-operate-transfer (BOT) schemein 1996Construction Firm II - ContinentalEngineering Corp12
  13. 13. Project II : Taoyuan International Airport MRT• The planned route starts from Terminal II ofTaoyuan International Airport and extendseastward to Taipei City• 24 stations• The route will be 31.71 miles• 7 underground, 15 elevated stations, and twomaintenance depotsConstruction Firm II - ContinentalEngineering Corp13
  14. 14. • The total budget for the project is $31.6 billion• Expected to serve over 143,000 passengers per day• Maximum operational speed: 62 mphConstruction Firm II - ContinentalEngineering Corp14
  15. 15. Case 1: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport• Objective: mitigate passenger’s capacity overloading.• Terminal 1 is also currently undergoing a USD 57.4million renovation consisting of an exterior and interior.• Increase Terminal 1s capacity from 12 to 15 millionpassengers per year when completed.• The renovation will take place during late hours to avoidcongestion during peak hoursInfrastructure Status15
  16. 16. BeforeAfterInfrastructure Status16
  17. 17. Case 2: Hsueh-shan Tunnel• Objective: Stimulate and grow the local economy• Tunnel construction began in 1991 and took 15 years tocomplete• Total cost: USD 2.83 billion• The total length is 8.042 mile• The fifth longest road tunnel in the worldInfrastructure Status17
  18. 18. Infrastructure Status: Hsueh-shan Tunnel18
  19. 19. Case 3: Post-disaster reconstruction and damageprevention• Objective: Improve the facilities and strengthen thedisaster prevention• In 2009 Typhoon Morakot brought the highest rainfallever recorded in the history of Taiwan, causing severedamages to water resources facilities.• The government has spent US$754 million to completepost-disaster recovery operations which involved landacquisition for dredging, reconstruction work of riversand water resources reconstruction projects.Infrastructure Status19
  20. 20. 2008 – 2010 Construction Climate0%15%30%45%60%2008 2009 201046% 48% 31%Annual capital productivity for the constructionindustry20
  21. 21. 2017 SummerUniversity GameDemand of multi-use stadium, tenniscenter, athleticsvillageCollaborate withthe investor of theBOT projectAllowed Chinesefunds to invest inTaiwaneseinfrastructureHelped to bridgeany budgetshortfallsHelped to lift theTaiwan’sconstructionmarketFuture Construction Climate21
  22. 22. Construction Budget & GDP22
  23. 23. Taiwan GDP Growth Rate23
  24. 24. Construction Budget & GDP of Taiwan in $B2010 2011 2012 2013GDP – Current Prices 430.18 466.42 466.05 469.29Construction Budget 168 173 136.2 126.6Percentage 39.05% 37.09% 29.22% 26.98%Construction Budget & GDP24
  25. 25. SWOT25

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