Investment in construction reaches a new high during the first 9 months of the year.
Cambodia’s construction sector continues to grow.
The National Assembly passes the Law on Construction.
A Cambodian migrant worker dies during a collapse at a construction site in Thailand.
Suppliers are satisfied at expo.
A humble beginning in Cambodia saw Pembinaan Daya Tekad Properties Pte.Ltd manage projects that involved resurfacing highways and aiding with the construction of power plants.
Sok Kin, president of the Building and Wood Workers Trade Union Federation of Cambodia, speaks out about safety.
Officials review the permits of nearly 300 construction projects in Preah Sihanouk.
A road construction project in Mondulkiri is suspended over lack of approval.
Governor Kuoch Chamroeun has approved demolition orders for two recently-constructed buildings in Sihanoukville.
Supreme Consultative Council questions Land Management Minister Chea Sophara over a draft construction law.
Construction sites without permits in cities could soon face a shortage of water.
The 2019 edition of Cambuild will be held in September in Phnom Penh’s Koh Pich.
NBC says growth remains robust so far this year and forecast that gross domestic product will expand by 7.1% in 2019.
Ministry calls on all governors to review ongoing construction projects.
Construction of Royal One to resume later this year after a new developer is found.
Interior Minister stresses on ensuring that all buildings have adequate fire protection.
Interior Minister stresses on conducting checks on all construction activities.
Approving the construction of the first-ever condensate blending facility is close.
Eurocham issues a list of recommendations to support the real estate development.
The construction of a $10-million water treatment plant in Kampot begins.
Newly-appointed Preah Sihanouk Governor suspends the construction of 3 buildings.
To close the stable door after the horse has bolted, aptly describes the Government authorities’ efforts to scrutinize all building permits in the aftermath of the collapse of a under construction seven story building in Sihanoukville nine days ago.
Interior Ministry finds five projects operating without proper permits.
The construction of an oil refinery plant in Preah Sihanouk to continue in 2021.
PM orders a recently created inspection team to review all construction buildings.
Survivors of the collapse say that between 50 to 60 people were on the site.
Investors from South Korea are stepping in to the construction sector.
Chinese government restrictions have cooled formerly feverish property markets.
Morocco’s breathtaking sand dunes are literally being reduced to rocks by ‘sand mafias’ who illegally dredge the resource to feed insatiable construction contractors.