Construction Activities

Tenants in need of renting a house, a flat or a room in HCMC now have more options from diverse types of houses and rents in different market segments.


Ho Chi Minh City plans to spend hundreds of billions of VND on building more than 100 reservoirs to store rainwater and control flooding by 2020 under a flood-control programme.


The northern city of Hung Yen in Hung Yen province held a ceremony on August 30 to celebrate its 10th founding anniversary (2009-2019) and receive a certificate for having fulfilled the new-style rural building mission.


A forum on smart energy and optimization of power structure in Vietnam with flexible solutions was held by the Finnish Embassy in Vietnam and Wartsila Group in Hanoi on August 29. 


The central city of Da Nang has won an Asia-Oceanian Computing Industry Organisation (Asocio) Smart City Award for its outstanding initiatives of a smart city during the Asocio Smart City Summit in Bangkok, Thailand.


After Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, and Binh Duong, Dong Nai is the next locality selected to pilot a smart city development model through cooperation with major corporations.


The northern province of Quang Ninh launched construction of an 18-kilometre coastal highway connecting the two cities of Ha Long and Cam Pha on August 22.


The construction sector has expected that 65 percent of its workforce will be trained by 2020.


The Ministry of Construction’s latest draft regulations on apartment building management and use stipulates that there should be three to five co-holders of the apartment maintenance fund.


Green urban planning in Ho Chi Minh City’s inner districts should be based on a long-term vision to avoid wastage of land, reduce pollution and improve people’s living standards, a top city leader has said.

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