Phnom Penh police arrest a construction company owner suspected of cheating.
Cambodia’s first oil refinery now scheduled for completion in 2022.
Construction of Wildlife Park and Aquarium in Siem Reap is due to begin next month.
British construction activity slowed slightly for the second month in a row in March.
Construction of the expressway, linking Phnom Penh to Preah Sihanouk, starts today.
WA Hospitality has been awarded a contract to manage Won Majestic Casino Hotel.
OTK Royal One, a subsidiary of local conglomerate Royal Group, started construction yesterday of Royal One, a twin-building project with an investment capital of $230 million.
US job openings surged to a record high in December.
Greenland could start to export sand in a rare positive spinoff from global warming.
Construction of Gold Tower 42, already a landmark in the capital despite not being finished, has reached the last storey, and will be completed by early 2020, the contractor said yesterday.
An agreement with 3 construction companies to commence renovations on N. Road 5.
On the back of strong growth in the garment, construction and hospitality sectors, the national economy expanded by 7.3 percent last year, according to the Ministry of Economy and Finance.
Often demonised by the ‘host’ country for taking away jobs of locals, Sheila Yuanjiahuan looks behind the story of ordinary Chinese workers at construction sites in Cambodia.
An expressway that connects Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville is set to be constructed.
Police have apprehended one out of three Chinese nationals suspected of robbery.
The Dara Sakor International Airport, in the southwestern province of Koh Kong, to be partially operational by the end of 2020.
Over the last two decades, thanks to the government’s sound macroeconomic policy, Cambodia has achieved an average of 7 percent economic growth every year. says Aun Pornmoniroth, Minister of Economy and Finance.
The Ministry of Land Management this week reported a 19 percent drop in the number of approved construction projects for 2018, with only 2,867 projects being greenlighted, compared to 3,052 last year.
Authorities in Preah Sihanouk province on Saturday removed leftover construction materials littered on public sidewalks after more than a dozen companies failed to meet a December 20 deadline to clean up.
A feasibility study on the construction of the Phnom Penh-Bavet Expressway, which will cost about $3.8 billion and play a key role towards connectivity with Vietnam, has been completed.
Prime Minister Hun Sen directs the Labour Ministry, worker representatives, employers and relevant institutions to work together toward setting a minimum wage for workers in the construction, agriculture and service sectors.
According to the latest semi-annual report from the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC), the construction sector is set to be one of the biggest contributors to the Kingdom’s forecasted 7 percent economic growth this year.
Preah Sihanouk provincial authorities have ordered all construction owners not to leave their materials on the roads as they obstruct traffic flow, warning the materials will be confiscated after a December 20 deadline.
The Ministry of Land Management urged foreign investors to increase investment in Cambodia’s real estate sector to take advantage of the country’s healthy economic progress which has sparked real sector growth altogether.
On November 29 to December 1, Cambodia Constructors Association held its 7th Annual Review Conference of the Association and the Inauguration of the 5th Cambodia Construction Industry Expo at the Diamond Island Exhibition Center.
Century 21 Cambodia and Morgan Ford Investment yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding to promote unit sales at Morgan Tower, a $160-million multi-purpose business centre now under construction in Phnom Penh.
European companies are urging construction site owners to implement safety standards in a bid to reduce workplace accidents.
Myanmar to implement an elevated expressway at the inner ring road of Yangon.
A union leader representing thousands of informal workers called for the construction of nurseries for children of market vendors.
A US judge in Montana has blocked construction of the Keystone XL pipeline designed to carry heavy crude oil from Canada.