A consortium led by China Construction First Group has won the bid for Section 3 of the Beijing sub-centre integrated transportation hub (ITH).
Despite the current travel restrictions caused by Covid-19, the Taiwan government has reportedly made a decision to allow easier hiring of expats for construction projects. The current rules states that projects must cost NT$10billion/US$330million and last at least 15 months, but this will now be relaxed where there are skill shortages. The move comes after
London’s GBP18bn Crossrail project hits more problems and delays as it is forced to halt construction activities due to the Covid-19 outbreak in the UK. The line was originally scheduled to open in December 2018. The opening date has been pushed back to summer 2021, but critics claimed that completion date was doubtful even before
Singapore businesses (such as real estate developers, construction companies, and logistics providers) now have access to the 3D Singapore Sandbox, launched by the SLA (Singapore Land Authority). The tool provides geospatial data comprising of over 160,000 3D-building models that will help businesses develop innovative urban planning solutions and services. Users can also make use of