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  2. Mission & vision  Mission: To develop and promote the Bhutanese construction industry and to represent the Bhutanese construction industry at national, regional and international level  Vision To foster the growth of the member contractors to achieve excellence and become world class providers of all services in the construction sector
  3. Roles & Objectives  Role of the Association To represent as a forum for the construction industry in Bhutan and address problems and policy issues at national, regional and international level for the development and promotion of construction industry  Objectives “Development” through identifying, facilitating and assisting construction industry in business, information and technology development; and “Promotion” through assessing, monitoring and assisting the needs, performance and problems of the construction industry.
  4. Functions  Address specific problems and policy issues related to construction industry  Interact with concerned agencies both within and outside the country for development and promotion of construction industry;  Promote awareness amongst the construction industry on national developmental plans and programs; Initiate and implement developmental and promotional plans and programs for construction entities;  Represent and Advocate for development and promotion of construction industry;  Gear the construction industry towards strengthening of the association as a strong representative forum for construction industry’s benefit  Act as a bridge between the BCCI and the Government for the contractors;  Identify high quality and reasonable equipments suppliers from within and outside the country.  Coordinate contributions from the construction sectors as an when our country face situations like; disasters .
  5. Activities/Mandates  Assist. During licensing & registration.  Recommend on recruitment of manpower.  Develop database for HRD assessed needs.  Capacity development through sensitizing government policies & procurement norms  Grievance intervention and extending arbitration services  Disseminate construction related information to all contractors  Review policy, plans & programs for the industry  Institutionalize intervention measures & mechanism to accord fairness and transparency in procurement and contractual disagreement
  6. Issues Discussed with the Govt.  HR/ Employment Generated by Construction Industry I. No significant development in the HRD in the pvt. sector II. Both in-country/ex-country training could be extended to pvt. engg and managers as well. III. For the long term purpose, HRD Plan for Economic Sectors is included in the 11th FYP MP
  7. Prime Minister speaking to our contractors during the “meet the contractor” 2014.
  8. Equipments •The Construction industry is labor intensive .
  9. Quality:  Avoid awarding the work to extremely low bids  Revisit tendering and bid evaluation system  QAS policy – contractor and government engineers responsible for ensuring quality.  Improve the rate as per the market rate.  Up-grade the utilization of Materials.
  10. Issues from other Dzongkhags related to Procurement Rules.  Uniform implementation of PRR.  Evaluation reports still not being made public  Lack of awareness about govt. rules and regulations  Between RGoB and Corporations  Between Govt. to govt.  Implement more training program with the contractors and employees, Esp. Engineers and Managers.
  11. Other Related issues  Delayed payment for GoI funded projects  Deviation clause for small works missing.  Material Testing Labs at JNP and CST.  Procurement appeal and review committee.  Re-tendering / negotiation.  Direct entry to Large & Medium Class – difficult to qualify since they lose 20 points for credit facility and bid capacity etc
  12. Cont …….  Hindrance such as rainfall, snowfall to be considered  High medical expenses for labor recruitment  Equipment and manpower getting locked in the E-tool system  Shortage of engineers.  Under-quoting.
  13. Achievement of CAB since 2012  Appointment of a new General Secretary in oct. 2015  CAB is a registered member of Civil Society Organization (CSO) since April 2012  One contractor engineer can supervise two works simultaneously pertaining to same contractor only – govt order no. MoWHS/CDB-2/2012-13/2170 dated 11th April 2013  The payment of advance is increased to 10% instead of 7% in the SBD – effective from July 2013 vide letter no MoF/PPPD-08/2012-13/228 dated 25 June 2013
  14. Cont ….  Price adjustment duration is reduced to 12months from 18 months w.e.f 9th Nov 2010 or 12th July 2010 of Govt Executive Order  Payment of bills within 30 days – Circular.  Evaluation report to be made public  Proposal for introduction of electronic MBs  Biometric system introduced by Immigration  Unconditional/conditional BGs
  15. Cont ……  GoI project pending bills reported to MoF and MoWHS ministers.  Foreign workers recruitment agents: options available  Under quoting.  Establishment of an Independent Review Body for Procurement Grievances w.e.f 1st July 2012:  Mobilization advance is amended as 10% instead of 7% as reflected in the Standard Bidding Document (SBD) – effective from July 2013 vide letter no MoF/PPPD- 08/2012-13/228 dated 25 June 2013
  16. Cont ……  BKK trip. ( Will continue with the interest of the contractors  Free training program in India – more information on CAB web page  CAB is represented as a steering committee for Skills development project in MoLHR.  CAB is representated in the CDB Board, Bhutan Business Committee, Bhutan Pricing Committee.  Up- graded the CAB official website for better information devilry.  Started Bulk SMS for information dissemination.  Coordinate and contributed financial contribution from the construction sector during the 4th king birthday celebration 2015, nov.
  17. Work Plan 2016  Identification, Setting up of regional offices and operation  Construction Diary  Construction Expo  CI Human Resource Mapping  Capacity building (CSO)  SLR collection deadline  Conduct Annual General Meeting  Upgrade stand alone system to Web based SRL system  Development of contractor registration system  Advocacy tour  Arbitration case study  Internal Review Body case  Field verification
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  20. Issues to be discussed with Government immediately  Point for fresh engineer in the evaluation system  CDB registration & renewal fees  Escalation & deviation clause for Small class  Differential amount (not applicable within +/- 20% margin)  Consumer Price Index (CPI) of Bhutan instead of Wholesale Price Index (WPI) of India  Improvement of E-tool System  CAB to initiate training & recruitment of VTIs
  21. Points from contractors if there is any!.  Points from contractors for CAB to take up with the Government immediately.
  22. Nomination &Election of Members I. Election of DLC Representatives  1 Chairman  2 Large Class Representative (optional)  2 Medium Class Representative  2 Small Class Representative II. Nomination for President and Vice President
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