Work on The Peak has resumed with a new company taking over its construction.
Cambodia’s construction industry remains stable: Land Management Ministry.
Gov’t to postpone all its construction projects fighting possible COVID-19 outbreak.
Maintaining old buildings is an opportunity for generating value: Experts.
Two site engineers are mandatory to ensure quality and safety of buildings: Minister.
Many workers still living inside construction sites as they cannot afford to rent outside.
Cambodian recent cement production allows to reduce the amount of imports.
Upcoming master plan to transform coastal city might bring about renewed hope
2 people are questioned over the collapse of a crane at a construction site in Koh Pich.
More than 50 construction workers protest over failed wages payment.
NBC is closely monitoring the development of the real estate and construction sectors.
Construction-related deaths has drawn unwarranted attention to the issue of safety.
Construction starts on a deep sea research centre in China’s port city of Qingdao.
Land Management Ministry calls to have design and construction work verified.
Construction of five affordable housing development projects in the Kingdom is on track for completion.
Land Management Ministry bans the construction of all buildings without a permit.
Cambodia is currently experiencing a growth in construction industry like no other time.
An ad-hoc inspection team to be formed to ensure maintenance and constriction are up to standard.
The value of building materials imported into Cambodia increases by 50 percent.
Construction of a shoe factory is suspended for lacking technical standards.
A spate of building collapses and construction-related deaths in the past six months, along with the declaration that up to 23 already constructed, some occupied, in Sihanoukville alone were to be demolished, draws unwarranted attention to the construction boom in the country.
Quality of Buildings Committee orders 23 buildings to be demolished.
A construction supervisor is being blamed for negligence over the collapse of a temple at Prasat Koukchak pagoda.
Investment in construction will have risen up to 78 percent by the end of the year.
The use of wooden scaffoldings to support concrete work is to blame: Survivor.
The National Contractor Competition kicks off aiming to build the skills of Cambodian construction professionals.
A metal beam plunged 42 storeys afternoon hitting a car on Preah Monivong Boulevard in Boeng Keng Kang district.
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.