[Human] Human Touch Research Institute conducts its own analysis.
Human Human Touch Research Institute conducts independent analysis Construction market viewed from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism budget estimate request in FY2020 …………………………………………………………………………………………… Human Touch Research Laboratories, operated by Human Touch Co., Ltd. (HQ: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director: Kazuyuki Takamoto, hereinafter “Human Touch”) The construction market trend seen from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism budget estimate request is summarized. [Table 2: https://prtimes.jp/data/corp/5089/table/915_1.jpg”>
■ Public works-related expenses will be 6,269.9 billion yen, 119% of the previous year’s budget, exceeding 6 trillion yen for 6 consecutive years Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism announced the budget for FY2020 budget request for public works related expenses was 6,269.9 billion yen (119% of the previous year’s budget). Looking at changes in the amount of public works related expenses in the rough demand, it has exceeded 6 trillion yen for 6 consecutive years since FY 2015, and the attitude to continue to secure a stable budget related to public works in FY 2020 is clear. (Chart 1). [Chart 1. Changes in the amount of public works related expenses in budget request] [Image 1
Source: Prepared from Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “Budget Estimate Request Summary”
■ Requesting a budget that is significantly higher than the previous year, mainly for disaster prevention and mitigation, national land resilience, social infrastructure aging measures, etc. Looking at the main budget requirement items, 562.3 billion yen for “Promotion of flood damage countermeasures for the reconstruction of a“ water disaster prevention conscious society ”” as a measure against natural disasters such as torrential rains and earthquakes that have occurred frequently in recent years. (130%), 1,261.1 billion yen (121%) for “intensive support for regional disaster prevention / reduction measures, aging measures, etc.”, “comprehensive response to torrential rains and volcanic eruptions” “Promotion of countermeasures against sediment-related disasters” (¥ 116.7 billion) (123% of the previous year), etc., was recorded in an amount that exceeded the previous year’s budget for disaster prevention, mitigation and national land resilience (Chart 2.). Also, against the backdrop of rapidly aging social infrastructure in Japan, we are requesting 582.7 billion yen (119%) for “promotion of infrastructure aging measures for the future”. The attitude of securing a budget for maintenance of social infrastructure such as tunnels is shown.
■ New business with measures against aging apartments Regarding housing measures, we are demanding ¥ 2 billion (new) for the “Aging Mansion Revitalization Model Project” as a countermeasure against aging condominiums that will increase rapidly in the future. In addition, we are strengthening support for projects that utilize existing stock, such as by requesting ¥ 5 billion (152%) from the “Comprehensive Support Program for Unoccupied Houses”.
■ Requesting a budget that is significantly higher than the previous year in order to promote work style reform and secure leaders In addition, 241 million yen (232%) for “Promotion of work style reform in the construction industry”, 208 million yen (449%) for “Environmental maintenance for everyone to continue working with peace of mind” Demands for a budget that is significantly higher than the previous year to promote work style reforms and secure a leader in the construction industry, such as 270 million yen (121%) for “smooth and appropriate acceptance of foreigners in the construction field” It is. [Chart 2. Main budget items, required amounts, and summary list] [Image 2
Source: Prepared from Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “FY2020 Budget Estimate Request Summary”
■ Comment from Human Touch Research Institute Director Kazuyuki Takamoto (President of Human Touch) [Image 3
According to the budget estimate request of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism in fiscal 2020, public works related expenses will exceed 6 trillion yen for the sixth consecutive year, and stable, centering on disaster prevention / reduction, national land resilience, and aging social infrastructure measures In particular, the attitude to secure public works expenses has become clear. After the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics ended in September 2020, the market environment surrounding the construction industry is becoming more uncertain, but it is estimated that construction demand related to public works will remain firm. In addition, budgets exceeding the previous year are also being demanded for measures to promote work style reforms and to secure leaders in the construction industry. It is estimated that the working-age population will decrease by about 5.3 million in 10 years from 2020 to 2030 (National Institute of Population and Social Security Research “Japan’s Future Estimated Population (Medium Birth and Death)”) In light of this, it is important to understand the philosophy of work style reform and to strongly promote the development of the working environment in order to secure the necessary personnel quantitatively and qualitatively in the construction industry. . Human Touch Co., Ltd. Company Profile ——————————
● Representative: Kazuyuki Takamoto, Representative Director
● Location: Nishi Shinjuku Prime Square 1F, 7-5-25 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
● Capital: 100 million yen
● Corporate website URL: https://human-touch.jp/
● Human Touch Research Institute URL: https://kensetsutenshokunavi.jp/souken/
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