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Transport and Traffic

Transport and Traffic

This sector remains one of PADECO's core strengths having carried out numerous transport and traffic studies globally and for multiple international agencies. At the urban level, PADECO has developed city master plans and policies including designs from metro to bus systems and from outer ring roads to initiatives for non motorized vehicles and pedestrians.

 

Business contents

  • Urban, rural and intercity transport
  • Single-, multi-, and inter-modal analyses
  • Multinational and cross-border studies, national and regional transport systems analyses, and studies on specific capital investments
  • Master planning, feasibility studies, traffic analysis and forecasts, policy analysis, operations planning, project appraisal and evaluation
  • Private transport infrastructure finance/operations initiatives
  • Institutional strengthening of transport agencies
Urban and Regional Planning

Urban and Regional Planning

PADECO has carried out a number of urban planning projects for clients both in Japan and in developing countries. The work has included GIS and MIS technologies.

 

Business contents

  • Regional and urban development master plans, and land use plans
  • Urban revitalization projects and integrated urban development
  • Regional and urban disaster prevention plans (see Environment & Energy)
  • Urban environmental management
  • Urbanization policy studies
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) development
Environment and Energy

Environment and Energy

Environmental and energy management are key issues currently gaining attention throughout the world at all levels of government.In parallel, PADECO has been expanding its expertise in this area with studies including forestry management and control of pollution, such as carbon dioxide reduction.

 

Business contents

  • Regional and urban development master plans, and land use plans
  • Urban revitalization projects and integrated urban development
  • Regional and urban disaster prevention plans
  • Urban environmental management
  • Urbanization policy studies
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) development
Privatization and Private Finance

Privatization and Private Finance

Many governments of developing countries are turning to private finance initiatives (PFI) to fund large scale infrastructure improvements as a viable alternative to draining public finances and national debt. PADECO is one of the few Japanese companies that can provide PFI advisory services to the international arena.

 

Business contents

  • Assessment of worldwide experiences in private sector involvement
  • Identification of needs for private sector financing and operations
  • Feasibility studies
  • Advisory services for introducing private sector financing and operations
  • Management and operations improvement for organizations being corporatized or privatized
Education

Education

PADECO education consulting services cover most of sub-sector in education. A number of science and mathematics projects implemented by PADECO mainly focus on improvement of classroom teaching and training of trainers.

 

Business contents

  • Science and Mathematics Education
  • Primary and Secondary Education
  • Other Education Sub-sector
Economics and Social Development

Economics and Social Development

PADECO implemented various projects to develop private sector through analyzing international competitiveness, introducing Japanese experience to be applied, practical approach to overcome present constraints, planning the cluster approach for strategic industry and so on.

 

Business contents

  • Industrial and private sector development
  • Social development (in both developing and industrialized country settings)
  • Decentralization and participatory development
  • Capacity development for Official Development Assistance (ODA) strategies and management
Human Resource Development

Human Resource Development

In addition to primary education, human resource development is one of the most important element for sustainable economic and social development. Vocational training programs and methodology are diversified in order to respond situation and issues. Therefore PADECO makes assessment and customize practical and effective methodology.

 

Business contents

  • HRD and institutional strengthening undertaken as part of the projects in various economic sectors
  • Projects and programs specifically focusing on HRD, including professional/vocational skills development, research capabilities development, designing of training/research programs, monitoring and evaluation of training programs
Information & Communication Tech.

Information & Communication Tech.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) becomes common solution tool to tackle various issues for efficiency.

 

Business contents

  • Application of ICT and computer systems to management of organizations and service provision in various fields
  • Various types of services for private sector clients
Tourism Development

Tourism Development

Tourism development is considered as effective foreign currency earning sector as well as rural development. PADECO compiles world wide experiences to make a national master plan or strategy to develop sustainable tourism development. Development of partnership between public sector and private sector is one of the key aspect for sustainable tourism. PADECO facilitates both sectors effectively. Eco-tourism is other prospective approach to achieve two goals i.e. environment protection as well as regional development.

 

Business contents

  • National and regional tourism development master planning and strategy formulation
  • Tourism promotion and marketing strategy
  • Tourism demand analysis
  • Tourist attractions, facilities and infrastructure designing and development, feasibility studies, and investment planning
  • Heritage preservation initiatives and environmental management
  • Tourism industry development and strengthening
  • Institutional and administrative development, human resources development strategies, and community considerations
Port Development

Port Development

  • Master planning of various port (commercial, industrial and fishery ports) developments
  • Feasibility study of port projects including demand forecast, economic and financial analyses Development of port layout
  • Basic and detailed design of port facilities including ancillary works
  • Construction planning and cost estimate

Railway Development

Railway Development

  • Master planning of railway transport development including metro (MRT)
  • Feasibility study of railway projects including demand forecast, economic and financial analyses
  • Development of track alignment
  • Basic and detailed design of railway structures and railway tracks including station buildings
  • Construction planning and cost estimate

Roads and Highways

Project Management of Civil Works

Efficient project management begins with comprehensive understanding of the Master Plan/Feasibility Study and the wider context. A thorough appreciation of the project’s priorities and objectives is also crucial to effectively respond to unforeseeable events or delays.

 

Business contents

  • Feasibility Studies
  • Highway Engineering
  • Road Safety
  • Integrated Traffic Systems
  • Road Maintenance
  • Bridges/Flyovers
  • Policy
Roads and Highways

Roads and Highways

 

Business contents

  • Preparation of bid documents for the contract (civil works, procurement of equipment and rolling stocks, etc.)
  • Assistance of bid evaluation and contract
  • Construction management and supervision
  • Planning of social and environmental management during construction
  • Advisory for operation and maintenance

BOP Enterprises

Enterprises targeting low-income earners in developing countries, adopting as "bottom of the pyramid" (BOP) strategies, have become a focus of international attention.Another term for these activities is "inclusive business" because BOP strategies aim to include the poor in the business process as producers and/or consumers, maintaining the profit motive.