2024

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René Hillig appointed to join the RICS Southeast Asia Regional Advisory Board

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Construction Cost Review 4Q2023

On 15 February 2024, the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) announced that Singapore’s economy grew by 2.2% on a year-on-year basis in 4Q2023 and expanded by 1.1% in 2023. The GDP growth is forecasted to be between 1.0% and 3.0% in 2024. An analysis of recent Asia Infrastructure Solutions’ tender data showed that tender prices for 2023 have increased 1.5% year-on-year (i.e. 4th Quarter 2022 versus 4th Quarter 2023). Looking ahead, while the construction sector is likely to remain stable in 2024, it will face the same cost pressures as in 2023 due to persistent inflation and high interest rates.
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Singapore Project Management Institute (SPMI) Project of the Year (POY) 9th Award of the Year 2023-2024

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We Need Industry Breakthrough of Truss-out Scaffold and Critical Temporary Work System

The recent fatal accident involving a scaffolding collapse has highlighted the need to reevaluate the use of truss-out scaffold systems. Truss-out Scaffold (TOS) has been a popular choice in the construction industry due to its adaptability, cost-effectiveness, and quick installation for maintenance tasks. However, safety concerns have prompted regulatory bodies to establish stricter guidelines.
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International Women’s Day 2024

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International Women’s Day 2024: Interview with Ir. Nor Azniza Ishak

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International Women’s Day 2024: Interview with Barry Sum

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Collaborative Contracting – A Paradigm Mindset Shift?

The term collaborative contracting has more recently entered the plethora of new phrases in the vocabulary of the built environment and is becoming a buzzword garnering more importance than ever in our sector. Can collaboration build and foster successful contracting relationships and a meeting of minds? Is a collaborative contract required to ensure that parties do get on amicably when what really matters is people management and a dovetailing of aspirations, attitudes and conduct?
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Global Infrastructure Solutions Inc. Announces Strategic Mergers to Enhance Global Reach and Expertise