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July - December 2009. Biannual Economic and Capacity Survey . Firm distribution based on Annual Turnover based on responses received: July - December 2009. Economic Impact. Relationship to Gross Fixed Capital Formation.

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July - December 2009

Biannual Economic and Capacity Survey


Firm distribution based on Annual Turnoverbased on responses received: July - December 2009


Economic Impact


Relationship to Gross Fixed Capital Formation


Consulting Engineering IndustryFee income, Rm Constant 2000 prices (CPI Deflated) Annualised


Consulting Engineering IndustryReal Fee income (CPI deflated), 2000 prices: Annual Change


CESA Confidence Index


Industry Confidence


Consulting Engineering IndustryReal Fee income (CPI deflated) vs confidence


Consulting Engineering IndustryNominal Fee income vs confidence


CESA Labour Cost Indicator: Y-Y Change


Consulting Engineering IndustryEmployment vs REAL fee income (CPI / LCI Deflated)


Consulting Engineering IndustryEmployment vs Salary / Wage bill


Discounting

Question:

What is the prevailing discount being offered in a tendering situation to clients by your firm, benchmarked against the ECSA Guideline Fee Scales?

43% of firms

discounted by 20% or more


Fee income earned by Sub-disciplines: % ShareDecember 2009

Question:

What type of work did your company engage in during the past 6 months?


Fee income earned by Sub-disciplines: % ShareDecember 2008 to December 2009

Question:

What type of work did your company engage in during the past 6 months?

80% of fees are earned in four disciplines namely

civil, project management, structural and mining


Fee income earned by Sub-disciplines: % ShareChange in the last 12 months

Question:

What type of work did your company engage in during the past 6 months?


Fee income earned by Top four disciplines: R mill 2000 pricesAnnual average: 2000 – 2009 (annualised)

Civil


Fee income earned by economic sectorPercentage market share June 2008 – December 2009

Section A General Questions: Question:

Income distribution per economic sector


Fee income earned by key economic sectors

December 2005 – December 2009

Section A General Questions: Question:

Income distribution per economic sector


Provincial Market Share: December 2009

Vs change in market share from December 2008

Section A: General Questions: Question 10

Income distribution per province

GAIN

market share


Provincial Market Share

2005 – 2009 (Annual Avg)

Section A: General Questions: Question 10

Income distribution per province


Fee income earned by province

(High Capacity economies) – Annualised smoothed

Section A: General Questions: Question 10

Income distribution per province

Gauteng


Fee income earned (Constant 2000 prices)

High Capacity vs lower capacity provincial economies (Smoothed)

Section A: General Questions: Question 10

Income distribution per province


Fee income earned (Constant 2000 prices)

% of RSA Earnings : High Capacity provincial economies (Smoothed)

Section A: General Questions: Question 10

Income distribution per province


Fee income earned : RSA vs EX-RSA

R mill, 2000 prices (Annualised, smoothed)

Section A: General Questions: Question 10

Income distribution per province


Fee income earned by type of client

% Share

Section A: General Questions: Question 11

Local (SA) Income distribution per fee paying client type, during the past 6 months


Fee income earned by type of client

R mill 2000 prices

(Annualised, smoothed - avg over 2 survey periods)

Section A: General Questions: Question 11

Local (SA) Income distribution per fee paying client type, during the past 6 months


Fee income earned by type of client

Constant 2000 prices

(Annualised, smoothed - avg over 2 survey periods)

Section A: General Questions: Question 11

Local (SA) Income distribution per fee paying client type, during the past 6 months


Competition in tendering

Section B: Business Cycle Indicators - Question 16

During Jul – Dec 2009 worwork was (Tick selection)


Competition in tendering

Section B: Business Cycle Indicators - Question 16

During Jul – Dec 2009 competition for work was (Tick selection)


% of Firms wanting to increase staff

New June 2005 survey


Engineering Skills Shortfall

% Experiencing difficulties

Fewer firms want to increase engineers


Recruitment problems


Bursaries

% of Salary / Wage bill


Bursaries

R mill 2000 prices (Annualised)


Training (Salaries and Direct Training Costs)

% of Payroll

Large % of respondents did not complete information on salaries in December 2009 survey

Data not available

Data not available


Training (Salaries and Direct Training Costs)

Rand millions, Constant 2000 prices

Large % of respondents did not complete information on salaries in December 2008 survey

Data not available

Data not available


Training (Direct costs only)

% of Payroll


Training (Direct costs)

Rand millions, Constant 2000 prices


Student enrolments in public higher education institutions

Science, Engineering & Technology

214 341

Increased by 39% between 2005 and 2007

Source: Department of Education


Industry Capacity Utilisation

Of existing technical staff


Total fee income outstanding, by client

Exceeding 90 days


Fee income outstanding for longer than 90 daysDecember 2009


Fee income outstanding for longer than 90 daysDecember 2009


Total fee income outstanding for longer than 90 days

% of total fee income earned

Survey amended to include foreign clients


Escalation trends

Year-on-Year % Change

Based on headline consumer inflation (CPI)

Forecasts Industry Insight Economist Poll

CPI Basket Revised in January 2009

Source: ABSA


Consulting Engineering Profession

Labour unit cost indicator: Year-on-Year % Change (Smoothed)


Consulting Engineering Profession

Labour unit cost indicator: Annual Average Y-Y Chg


Typical Employment BreakdownJuly – December 2009


Typical Employment profile: July - December 2009

Total employment 19 596


Overall Employment Breakdown, by raceDecember 2003 – December 2009


Employment profile: Black only (excluding Asian / Colourds) representation of total employment % Share of total employment


Professional Indemnity InsuranceRisk profile

In terms of firm’s perceptions of risk, close over 70% of respondents said that their firm had a low risk exposure, compared to almost 30% saying it was regarded as medium.


Equity Distribution by firm type


Ownership / Equity: % Share of total employmentPTY, CC & Partnerships


Black Ownership / Equity: % Share of total ownership / equityPTY, CC & Partnerships

  • Women represented 6% of total ownership / equity compared to 4,3% in the December 2007 survey

  • Black women represented 3,5% of total ownership / equity compared to 2,8% in the December 2007 survey

Black, including Asian & Coloured


Black ownership / equity

as % of total ownership / equity by type of company

June 2007 – December 2009

Black includes Asian and Coloureds


Quality Management System


ISO 9001:2000 Certificate


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