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Concrete, Cement and Carbon: Hong Kong’s Dilemma

Hong Kong Building Construction Civil Engineering Environmental Issues in Construction

Hong Kong’s appetite for concrete and cement needs to be curbed to meet CO2 emission reduction targets, but what technology is available and how can you help?…

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Hong Kong Universities Raising Their Game

Hong Kong Civil Engineering Quantity Surveying

HK universities are building new facilities, requiring project directors, senior managers, site inspectors with educational or public facilities experience.…

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Improving Hong Kong’s Construction Training

Hong Kong Quantity Surveying Estimators

Enticing new entrants to construction with flexible, tailored learning is part of Hong Kong’s Institute of Construction’s mission, and they need your help.…

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Aviation Sector Overview

Hong Kong Canada Middle East Abu Dhabi Dubai Aviation Projects Airport Construction Airports UAE

I’ve always felt that major airport projects hold a certain prestige within the construction industry. Expatriate construction professionals have been spoilt for choice on such projects within the International marketplace over recent years.…

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Industry News

Aberdeen bypass set to fully open next week

The final section of the long-delayed Aberdeen West Peripheral Route (AWPR) will open next week, Transport Scotland has announced

Source: Construction News Last updated: 15 February, 07:49 Read more »

O'Rourke pays tribute to Hinkley director after 'untimely passing'

Laing O’Rourke has confirmed its human capital director for Hinkley Point C, Caroline Blackman, has died.

Source: Construction News Last updated: 15 February, 01:19 Read more »

Lendlease set for £8bn Thamesmead regeneration

Peabody has selected Lendlease as its preferred bidder for the £8bn Thamesmead waterfront mixed-use development in south London.

Source: Construction News Last updated: 15 February, 12:26 Read more »

Newspaper says sorry to Redrow’s Steve Morgan

Redrow founder and chairman Steve Morgan has secured an apology from the Daily Mail after the house-building tycoon brought a libel suit against the newspaper’s publisher, Associated Newspapers.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 15 February, 08:09 Read more »

Costain and Galliford Try made to delay motorway works

Highways England has put back the start date of two of its flagship smart motorway projects in the northwest.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 15 February, 07:57 Read more »
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