Construction Activities

The first five houses under a programme on building disaster-proof houses for people in flood-prone areas were handed over to families in the Mekong Delta provinces of Ben Tre and Ca Mau on May 15 and 16.


About 600 out of 2,500 old apartment buildings in Vietnam are in dangerous or seriously dilapidated conditions, making up some 25% of the total number of old buildings, according to the Construction Ministry.


The Hanoi People’s Committee has approved the adjustments of detailed planning for the city’s hi-biotechnology park in Tay Tuu, Lien Mac, Minh Khai and Thuy Phuong wards, Bac Tu Liem district.


Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has approved adjustment tasks for master planning of the northern port city of Hai Phong until 2035 with a vision to 2050.


Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan on May 18 visited several water management facilities in St. Petersburg city within the framework of his working visit to Russia from May 16-25.


Foreign and local firms have expressed ambitions to develop ultra-clear glass projects to meet the increasing demand for high-end glass for construction and solar panels.


The People’s Committee of Hanoi has requested to reclaim 39.2ha of investor-held land belonging to the city’s land fund, in order to construct public works.


Vietnam needs to set a clear vision and plan to achieve its goals of developing smart public transportation, and study successful cases from countries that are world leaders in this development, according to international experts.


Information and technology should be applied into the operation and management of public transportation to improve transport network in Ho Chi Minh City, Swedish companies recommended at a roundtable discussion held in southern hub on May 8.


The smart city project near Hanoi's Nhat Tan Bridge will be developed by four Vietnamese developers and a Japanese partner by 2030.

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