THE construction sector in Singapore has seen a deterioration in debt servicing, with fewer debts paid on time while delinquent debts almost doubled in the fourth quarter of 2018.
INTERNET outages caused by cut underground cables are a target of new regulatory standards for contractors and telecoms players, weeks after the issue was raised in Parliament.
CONTRACTORS carrying out earthworks in Singapore now face standardised rules for projects done near underground telecommunication cables, under a new framework to minimise service disruptions from...
THE construction sector in Singapore saw worsening debt payment behaviour as less debt was paid on time while delinquent debt almost doubled in the fourth quarter of 2018.
[WASHINGTON] US construction spending surged in January, with investment in public projects rising to a more than eight-year high, which could boost economic growth estimates for the first quarter.
THE National Environment Agency (NEA) will launch a S$2 million Quieter Construction Innovation Fund (QCIF), to be disbursed over two years from April 1, 2019. This is to incentivise the construction...
CONSTRUCTION spending in Australia took a surprise spill last quarter as infrastructure came off the boil and home building hit a one-year low, a disappointing result that adds to signs of a...
DUAL-LISTED construction group Civmec is taking legal action over its work on Perth Stadium in Australia.
MAINBOARD-LISTED turnkey solutions provider Mun Siong Engineering sank into the red in the fourth quarter on less work and lower revenue, according to results released on Thursday.
RYOBI Kiso Holdings said on Thursday that its construction joint venture has been awarded additional work on an existing project tender, in an update to its court-supervised reorganisation process.
DEEP in a provincial region of northwestern Turkey, it looks like a mirage - hundreds of luxury houses built in neat rows, their pointed towers somewhere between French chateau and Disney castle.