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  1. Consulting Engineering Activities Thailand - Country Report TCDPAP & FIDIC/ASPAC International Conference 2010, Hanoi, Vietnam Presented by Mr. PichayaChantranuwat Board Member/Committee: Foreign Affairs The Consulting Engineers Association of Thailand (CEAT)

  2. Presentation Outline • Thailand Consulting Engineering Framework • Council of Engineer (COE) • Engineering Institute of Thailand (EIT) • Consulting Engineers Association of Thailand (CEAT) • CEAT’s members Need/Request • Master Pieces in Construction

  3. Consulting Engineering Professional in Thailand : Framework Tie-In Triangle Professional Regulatory Body : Council of Engineers (COE) Professional Academic Organizations :  Engineering Institute of Thailand (EIT)  Environmental Engineers Association of Thailand (EEAT) etc. • Professional Practise Organizations : •  Consulting Engineers Association of Thailand (CEAT) •  Thai Mechanical and Electrical Design • and Consulting Engineer Association • etc.

  4. Licensed Engineering Disciplines issued by Council of Engineers, Thailand (COE) Established as Professional Regulatory Body according to Engineers Act BE 2542 (1999) • Civil/Structural • Mechanical • Electrical • Industrial • Mining • Environmental • Chemical Totally  140,000 licensed engineer and 654 licensed juristic person (as of Jan. 2010)

  5. The Consulting Engineers Association of Thailand (CEAT)

  6. About CEAT Found in 1977 to be the Center for cooperation in reinforcing the THAI CONSULTING ENGINEERING PROFESSION and enhance its competitiveness internationally 89 Corporate members, more than 200 professional engineers of different disciplines Contribute to over 90 % of major projects in Thailand Since 1985, we had became a member of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC). Due to internal problems, the member had not been continuing for a few years;

  7. About CEAT • Create BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES for members, while promoting society's RECOGNITION for their significance and integrity; • Encourage members to strengthening professional capability, upholding of ethics , and contribution to the national development; and • Encourage members to develop their COMPETENCY to enter the international arena.

  8. CEAT’s 7 engineering sectors • Building sector • Transportation sector • Water resources & Rural development sector • Environment/Water supply/Sanitation sector • Power/Energy sector • Urban/Industrial development sector • Geographical/Management infrastructure system sector

  9. What CEAT members need/request New applicable technologies • Building e.g. Building facade, Interior finishes, Material testing laboratory, Inspector/Testing/Maintenance Technique, QS • Transportation e.g. signaling system for mass transit system, • Water resources & rural developmente.g. transbasin water resources study, telemetry system • Environment/water supply/sanitatione.g. municipal solid waste and hazardous waste management system • Power sectore.g. nuclear power plant, renewable energy • Urban/industrial developmente.g. Flood/Tsunami/Landslide warning system

  10. Always problems to CEAT members • Quantity survey (QS) • Low remuneration rate • Service fee competition • Lack of engineering code of practice • Political problems • Lack of government support

  11. Master Pieces in Construction CEAT members

  12. Total 91 km

  13. Master Plan Study for Railway System and High Speed Train Development • Project Description: The formulation of the master plan and feasibility study for railway system development is based on the studies of infrastructures related to the current railway network, dual track system, maintenance shop, feasibility of the high speed train project and the impacts on the country macro-development, electric system use for a long distance train by a rolling stock system and railway use according to its function.

  14. Government Center Chaengwattana • Project Description: The project comprises of 3 large-scale office buildings with the working areas of 610,000 sq.m.; car park buildings with the capacity of 7,000 cars with US$ 575 Million

  15. New Thailand Parliament

  16. New Thailand Parliament • Project Description: • The project is a single roof building, comprises of two convention halls and offices with the working areas of 300,000 sq.m.; car park buildings with the capacity of 3,000 cars with US$ 365 Million under development

  17. Mahanakorn Tower • Project Description: The project is the tallest building, comprises of residential and offices with the working areas of 300,000 sq.m.; car park buildings with the capacity of 3,000 cars with US$ 365 Million under development

  18. Landmark Waterfront • Project Description: The project is the tall building, comprises of residential buildings with the areas of 200,000 sq.m. under development

  19. Rama VIII Bridge • The Rama VIII Bridge: The cable-stayed bridge consists of a single pylon located approximately one-third of the distance from the northwest end of the bridge. Golden suspension cables extend from this pylon to the road surface. The Bridge is 2.45 km long including approach spans, and spans the Chao Phraya River. The bridge is named after the eighth monarch of the Chakri dynasty, King Ananda mahidol. It has become a notable tourist attraction.

  20. Bhumibol Bridge • The Bhumibol Bridgealso known as the Industrial Ring Road Bridge is part of the 13 km long Industrial Ring Road connecting southern Bangkok with SamutPrakan Province. The bridge crosses the Chao Phraya River twice, with two striking cable-stayed spans of lengths of 702 m and 582 m supported by two diamond-shaped pylons 173 m and 164 m high. Where the two spans meet, another road rises to join them at a free-flowing interchange suspended 50 metres above the ground.

  21. Khwae Noi Dam • Project Description: The project consists of three types of dams namelyconcrete- faced rockfill dam, earth core rockfill dam and earthfill dam. It is also equipped with 38 MW hydropower plant. The storage capacity is 912 MCM and the construction cost is 8,000 million baht. (246 million USD)

  22. Formulation of National Spatial Policy and Development Plan for Thailand • Project Description: The project is mainly aimed at arraying major factors concerning the globalization of Thailand and formulating the national comprehensive plan based on the vision, objectives and goals of the spatial development. The project outputs include a 50-year policy plan, 30-year strategic plan and 15-year action plan.

  23. Thank you for Attention TCDPAP