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Building, Civil Engineering and Built Environment

Building and civil engineering sites; New construction contractors; Decoration/ repair/ maintenance contractors; Special trade contractors; Architectural/ engineering/ surveying services firms; ...

Covers :
1. Building sites
2. Civil engineering sites
3. New construction contractors
4. Decoration/repair/maintenance contractors
5. Special trade contractors
6. Architectural/engineering/surveying services
7. Major estate developers
8. Education institutes/utilities in related discipline
9. Related government departments

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Year 2017 Tooltips

Professional/ Technologist Tooltips

0

Technician Tooltips

0

Skilled & Semi-Skilled Worker Tooltips

0

General Worker Tooltips

0

Total

0

Professional/ Technologist Tooltips

0

Vacancy rate: 2.1%

Technician Tooltips

0

Vacancy rate: 2.1%

Skilled & Semi-Skilled Worker Tooltips

0

Vacancy rate: 3.7%

General Worker Tooltips

0

Vacancy rate: 1.6%

Total

0

Vacancy rate: 2.7%

 

All the percentages are rounded to nearest 0.1%.

Professional/ Technologist Tooltips

0

Technician Tooltips

0

Skilled & Semi-Skilled Worker Tooltips

0

Total

0

Monthly Income Tooltips

 

All the percentages are rounded to nearest 0.1%.

Manpower Demand

Professional/ Technologist

Average Annual Growth

0

2017

Actual

0

2021

Forecast

0

Note(s):
(1) The figures referred to employees.
(2) The manpower forecast is based on the historical manpower survey data, together with the market trends in a longer term, technological developments of the industry and other social-economic determinants.

 

All the percentages are rounded to nearest 0.1%.

Technician

Average Annual Growth

0

2017

Actual

0

2021

Forecast

0

Note(s):
(1) The figures referred to employees.
(2) The manpower forecast is based on the historical manpower survey data, together with the market trends in a longer term, technological developments of the industry and other social-economic determinants.

 

All the percentages are rounded to nearest 0.1%.

Skilled & Semi-Skilled Worker

Average Annual Growth

0

2017

Actual

0

2021

Forecast

0

Note(s):
(1) The figures referred to employees.
(2) The manpower forecast is based on the historical manpower survey data, together with the market trends in a longer term, technological developments of the industry and other social-economic determinants.

 

All the percentages are rounded to nearest 0.1%.

Report

Building, Civil Engineering and Built Environment Industry - 2017 Manpower Survey Report Image
  • Building, Civil Engineering and Built Environment
  • 2017 Manpower Survey Report

Continue to Prosper with Government’s Strong Commitment

The Building, Civil Engineering and Built Environment industry contribute 8% GDP and employs over 200,000 people (5% of total workforce). It is noted the industry is growing rapidly at an average of 8% manpower increase per year over the past decade. With the government’s strong commitment on housing provision and infrastructural development, it is expected the industry will continue to prosper in future.

Building, Civil Engineering and Built Environment Industry - 2020 Manpower Update Report Image
  • Building, Civil Engineering and Built Environment
  • 2020 Manpower Update Report

Greater Reliance on Technologies

The mandatory practice that Building Information Modelling (BIM) must be used in all capital works projects with a budget of HK$30 million or more has signified a positive step for the Industries to move towards greater reliance on technologies. Off-site construction using Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) and Modular Integrated Construction (MIC) has also appeared as an emerging trend, with the hope to uplift productivity and performance in regard to safety, quality and sustainability with reduced cost.