Construction Activities

The south central coastal province of Binh Dinh aims to complete two apartment projects in Quy Nhon city that could accommodate 716 households in 2017, as part of the local social housing development plan for 2016 – 2020. 


Industry leaders warn that the market will suffer a severe imbalance in supply if developers keep chasing after upscale buyers. 


Vietnam currently has an average floor area per person of 22.8sq.m, according to a recent report by the Ministry of Construction. 


Urbanization in Vietnam has been growing beyond forecast due to a lack of control, many experts warned at a workshop that sought for the sustainability of the planning and resilience for the country’s urban areas in Hanoi on January 10. 


Authorities of the central province of Thua Thien-Hue will spend 2 trillion VND (around 88.6 million USD) on technical infrastructure in 2017, towards satisfying local socio-economic development requirements.  


The nation is expected to see cement overcapacity from 2017 as production has increased strongly in recent times while Vietnamese cement has turned less competitive on the world market. 


Infrastructure development cannot meet demand if management capacity is poor, stated Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung at a Ministry of Construction’s conference on January 6 to launch its 2017 tasks. 


The central city of Da Nang aims to build 1,325 houses for local social welfare beneficiaries in 2017, the municipal Department of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs said at a conference to launch its 2017 tasks. 


Some 2.5 million people living in suburban areas in Hanoi do not yet have access to tap water, the city’s Centre for Clean Water and Rural Environmental Hygiene has revealed. 


The Asia institute of City Management (AiCM), which had commissioned a yearlong study on Da Nang, announced that the budding coastal city is the most liveable place in Vietnam. 

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