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construction industry recruitment scene

Construction Industry Recruitment

Scene to Improve in 2017

Private housing sector to slow, public housing to grow.

The slowdown in the construction demand was largely due to re-planning and delay of a few

major public infrastructure contracts. However, the private sector was hit hardest due to

oversupply in the private residential market.

Despite the slowdown in the private housing sector, demand in the construction industry

recruitment is expected to be high in the public housing sector to support the Home

Improvement Programme for HDB flats, the new National Cancer Centre, the three-runway

system at Changi Airport, and the State Courts’ new building at Havelock Square.

The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has also taken steps to ensure training and retention of

higher quality workers, as well as levy relief to companies that provide training in safety to

foreign workers to satisfy demand in the construction industry recruitment sector.

civil engineering and public sector construction

Civil engineering and public sector construction to lead demand.

Growing demand for construction-related jobs in the public sector, however, means that a

reversal could be seen in 2017. According to the BCA, public sector construction demand is

expected to hit between $20b and $24b. Of this budget, 60% will be for building projects

while 40% will be for civil engineering in government invested transport infrastructure.

Civil engineering projects and public construction is set to lead construction demand in 2017.

This represents an incredible increase from the $15.8b from last year. Private sector demand,

on the other hand, is expected to be between $8b and $11 billion.

The BCA states that total average construction demand is expected to remain between $26b

and $35b in 2017 (partly to make up for lower construction demand in 2016), and between

$26b and $37b in 2019 and 2020.

Demand in the civil engineering sector is expected to be the largest factor, with infrastructure

projects including new MRT lines, the North-South Expressway, Changi Airport Terminal 5

and phase 2 of the Deep Tunnel Sewerage System.

Contact Multiway Employment, an MOM-certified one-stop and

hassle-free foreign worker recruitment agency.