Construction Activities

The award honors organizations, individuals and enterprises who have made outstanding contributions in the process of planning, developing and managing urban areas and rural residential areas in Vietnam.


Vietnam will be one of the countries most affected by climate change in the next decades, particularly its coastal areas, so it has implemented policies and solutions to effectively adapt to the change.


Energy-saving glass, unburnt bricks and nano paint are in demand from owners of construction works who are following the ‘green’ trend.


Ho Chi Minh City on April 24 announced an international competition calling for planning ideas to develop a highly interactive and innovative urban area in the east of the city.


The Vietnamese property market is proving more attractive to foreign investors all across the board, with international investment funds out for profit-generating properties and investors looking for domestic partners to co-invest a range of projects.


Many infrastructure facilities, including roads are overloaded as many new residential areas have been built and the number of means of transportation rapidly rise in suburban areas of Ho Chi Minh City in the past few years.


Various solutions for sustainable water management were raised at the Water Business Dialogues held by the Netherlands Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City on April 11.


Da Nang is planning to become a ‘smart city’ and the first in Vietnam to join the ASEAN ‘smart’ city network by 2030.


Many Japanese investors still lack information about Vietnam’s real estate market, heard an investment promotion workshop held by TMS Group in Fukuoka prefecture of Japan on April 10.


The central coastal city of Da Nang is making strides towards turning itself into an eco-smart urban area, a hub for startups and innovation, and one of the most liveable cities in Asia by 2045 under its smart city development project announced at a conference on April 10.

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