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Construction Corporate Stories

Japan to Pledge Support for Road-Construction in Africa

Japan’s Foreign Minister, Fumio Kishida, will pledge the country’s support for building a key road connecting four African countries when he joins an international conference on African development.

By Editorial Team

Asia Construction Outlook 2014 Released

Published twice a year, Asia Construction Outlook provides a regular review of, and forecast for, the construction markets in Asia.

By Editorial Team

M+W Group : 100 Years of Continued One-Stop Service

M+W Group recently celebrated 100 years of providing technology-related construction solutions for international clients.

By Editorial Team

Merx Construction : Perfecting Project Management

With the project management market only just emerging in Asia, Merx Construction are always looking for ways to achieve smarter productivity.

By Editorial Team

CapitaLand Mark 20 Years Construction in China with 145 Properties

As the company marked its 20th anniversary this month, CapitaLand Limited announced that it currently owns or manages 145 properties in 45 Chinese cities, worth over S$42 billion.

By Editorial Team

World’s Longest Undersea Tunnel Plans for China

The blueprints to the world’s longest undersea tunnel are to be submitted to the Chinese Government by April of this year.

By Editorial Team

CHC Construction : The Forefront of Singapore Infrastructure

Infrastructure is big business in Singapore at the moment, and CHC Construction is at the forefront of that trend. This civil engineering company was established specifically to meet Singapore’s need for road infrastructure works, reinforced concrete structures, sewerage rehabilitation and even sports fields construction.

By Editorial Team

Robinsons Land Corporation : The Lay of the Land

Robinsons Land Corporation is one of the leading property developers in the Philippines, with an impressive and varied portfolio.

By Editorial Team

M+W Singapore : Cutting Edge Construction & Engineering

Even though M+W Singapore can trace its roots back over a century, there is nothing antiquated about this project management giant.

By Editorial Team

Sunhuan Holdings : Brick by Brick

Singapore construction firm Sunhuan Holdings, first established in 1993 as a sub-contractor, celebrates its 20th anniversary as a Class A1 General Building Contractor.

By Editorial Team