Training seminar to improve management of construction projects for Viet Nam
  • Khánh Phương| | 16:9 - 6/12/2016

There was a training seminar in the central city of Da Nang recently as part of a Japan-funded project.

Illustration photo

As the economy grows, Vietnam is engaging in numerous big infrastructure projects. However, weak management of construction quality and labour safety have led to several accidents and disputes that slowed down construction progress and affected the quality.

This project was to improve budgeting, contract and risk management capacity of construction projects in Vietnam.

The project is sponsored by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to help Vietnam’s project management meet international standards.

Kenichi Yamamoto, deputy chief representative of JICA Vietnam expressed at the seminar that the project will bring significant benefits to both Vietnamese and Japanese enterprises.

Leave your comment on this story


Most Popular

(VOV) - ANZ Vietnam Bank has launched a new investment solution known as a Structured Investment Product intended to maximise investor returns amid an environment of waning performance in traditional investment products.

On 22nd July, in Hai Phong, Sekisui Chemical Corporation (Japan) and Tien Phong Plastic JSC has held a contract of manufacturing business cooperation. Sekisui and Tien Phong will cooperate in the sale of products such as manholes and Sekisui check box PVC for Japan’s ODA projects in Vietnam and other projects.

At 9am 15 April, the Minister of Transport Dinh La Thang with other members had been poured the final concrete girder to Nhat Tan Bridge across the Red River. The work is just the shift phase in the process of finalizing the project, the remaining workload is still large, the project management board will require the contractors to focus and mobilize the maximum resources to complete in October 2014 on 60th anniversary of the Liberation of Capital accordance with the direction of the Government and the Ministry of Transport.

(VOV) - Vietnam exported US$44.2 million worth of shrimp to Australia in the first half of this year, up 63 percent year-on-year, according to the Viet Nam Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).

Redevelopment of the area alongside the Tokyo Ring Road No.2 led by Tokyo Metropolitan Government has reached the goal line, opening a super high rise named Toranomon Hills on June 11. Mori Building Co., an appointed developer built the new landmark of the capital in the plot above the underground section of the road. The building was designed by Nihon Sekkei and the construction was implemented by Obayashi Corp.