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Hong Kong and Macau Airport Expansion Construction Projects

The special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau are served by international airports which are both due for expansion in the coming years. With rapid growth in air traffic passengers expected within the region the new expansion projects are needed to ensure the airports can cope with expected increase in international flights and passenger numbers. These large scale construction projects will create thousands of new jobs for construction professionals and will help further strengthen the construction market outlook in Hong Kong.…

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Dubai to Build the Middle East's First Rainforest

One of the reasons I love the Middle East region is for the ambitious and innovative projects that Developers continually seem to churn out. It seems that cities like Dubai rarely build anything that cannot be described as spectacular. I'm sure this is a common driver to expatriate staff flocking to live and work in the region also. There are few; if any other locations in the world where you will find such volume of interesting and large scale construction projects at the moment.…

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UK Construction in 2015: Sector by Sector

UK construction can brag some exciting projects in the current market, such as Crossrail, HS2, the Northern Line Extension, the plans for new residential towers in London, and the renewal of a variety of frameworks such as the beginning of AMP 6 that consists of various new build treatment plants and is of course the massive Thames Tideway Tunnel project. Here is a brief round up of some of the most exciting construction projects and frameworks within civil engineering/infrastructure and within building construction.…

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Our Top Ten Global Construction Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship and graduate schemes are on the up. All of the large international construction corporations offer ‘get paid to learn’ schemes of one kind or another. Many offer several tiers from initial school leaver programs to intermediate and higher level schemes leading to professional qualifications. Most of the programs include some study with a local college or university. And many of the companies also offer help for those at the higher levels to obtain qualifications that will be recognised by professional bodies.…

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Industry News

Construction activity sees sharpest fall since Q1 2013

Project starts in the three months to April have fallen at the steapest rate since Q1 2013, driven by a dip in office, retail and industrial activity.

Source: Construction News Last updated: 12:01
Can we get some satisfaction?

Tthe government’s strategy for construction will only be put into action if it contains challenging, short-term goals

Source: Building.co.uk Last updated: 12:00
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