Ken Research announced its latest publication on, “Indonesia 2016 Construction Outlook: Infrastructure Opportunities with Relative Risk and Challenges” offering insights on the construction and infrastructure industry in Indonesia. It provides complete information about major market players and their business plans to succeed in market. Further, it provides detailed insights of risks and challenges posed to industry and seeks to provide perfect risk mitigation strategies. It also provides information on new and recent trends in the industry and how it may impact the business decisions of the involved companies.
Overview of construction industry of Indonesia
Indonesia is currently evolving as one of the leading Asian economy with a significant growth rate and fast paced development. After 1990’s Indonesia has witnessed spectacular growth which was led by manufacturing and service sector (especially tourism). The agricultural sector no longer remains the dominating sector. Thus, in order to attain subtle growth and development, Indonesian government introduced policies to induce development of infrastructure to foster economic growth. This has led to undertaking of huge infrastructural projects in Indonesia. Signature tower floors, Kalibaru post, Peruri 88 floors, Jakarta-Bandung super express, Trans Java toll road, etc. are some major megaprojects undertaken by Indonesian construction industry.
Major construction firms like PT PLN Persero, PT Kayan Hydro Energy, Sarula Operations, PT Paiton, PT Lestari Banten, PT Antam, PT DSSP Power Sumsel, PT Kereta API Indonesia (PT KAI), PT KAI Commuter Jabodetabek (KCJ), PT Mass Rapid Transit Jakarta, PT Jakarta Monorail (PT JM), Indonesia Ministry of Transport, Indonesia Ministry of Public Works, Jakarta City Administration have undertaken numerous commercial and residential projects which is aiding expansion of Indonesian construction sector.
List Of Table Covered in report
1- Indonesia Coal Exports To Other Countries: Share by Country, 2013
2- Indonesia Economic Development (Including Infrastructure) Plans at 3 main levels
3- Impact of Change of Coal Prices on Indonesia’ GDP growth rate
4- Indonesia Poverty Rate and Corresponding Impact on the Economic Growth
5- Planned and Upcoming Infrastructure Megaprojects Spend in the South East Region, By Country
6- South East Asia-Ongoing Projects by Country with Indonesia’s Share
7- Indonesia Total Infrastructure Megaprojects Spend and Project Size: By Project Status
8- Indonesia Historical Infrastructure Megaprojects Spend and Project Size: Detailed Sector View
9- Indonesia Master Plan-Infrastructure Investment Plans till 2025: Sector Spend
10- Indonesia Upcoming Infrastructure Megaprojects Spend and Project Size: Detailed Sector View
11- Indonesia Six Economic Corridors and Respective Capabilities
12- Indonesia Infrastructure Master Plan-Spend by ‘Six Economic Corridors ’till 2025
13- Indonesia Historical and Upcoming Infrastructure Megaprojects: Ownership by Public, Private and Public Private Partnership
14I- ndonesia Private Ownership in Infrastructure Megaprojects: Spend By Project Status and Operating Model (Joint venture / 15Partnership or Standalone)
16- Indonesia Infrastructure Historical and Upcoming Megaprojects-Sector Spend by Private and Public Owned projects
17- Indonesia Public Private Partnership (PPP) Infrastructure Megaprojects Spend: By Project Status and Concession type
18- Upcoming PPP Infrastructure Megaprojects in Indonesia: By Sectors
19- Historical and Upcoming PPP Infrastructure Megaprojects Spend in Indonesia: By Sectors
20- Comparison of Upcoming Spend on PPP Infrastructure Megaprojects in South East Asia with PPP Readiness Index: By Countries
Key drivers of demand
Many factors have led to rapid rise in demand for infrastructure, some of which are listed below:
- Rapid rise in standard of living
With rise in GDP and growth in Indonesia, standard of living has also increased substantially. This hassled to rapid urbanization in the economy laden to rising demand for residential projects.
- Population boom
Like other developing nations, Indonesia is also witnessing rapid increase in population which is leading to rise in consumption demand and demand for residential projects.
- Infrastructure demand by manufacturing sector
Since Indonesian economy is heavily dependent on secondary and tertiary sector it requires construction of basic infrastructure like roads, railways, etc. demand for sophisticated construction projects like commercial buildings is also rising.
- Rising public investment
Government in order to attain GDP target is rapidly improving investment in infrastructural projects which is leading to rapid expansion of Indonesian construction sector.
Future of construction industry
Indonesian construction industry is expected to enlarge further with more multibillionaire megaprojects being undertaken. However, there are some challenges and risk posed to the industry which are as follows:
- Dearth of investment in the construction industry
- Falling GDP in recent past
- Inefficiency in implementation of policies
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Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications