AECOM Ranked Top Tunneling Consultant in Asia

AECOM was ranked No. 1 tunneling consultant in Asia, No. 2 consultant in the world and No. 4 in Australasia, by Tunnels & Tunnelling International magazine in its 2011 Annual Listings. AECOM Technology Corporation, a leading provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial clients around the world, was ranked No. […]

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Thailand Construction News Most Popular News Stories of the Past Year (2011): nos 1-10

It is just over a year since we launched Thailand Construction News website, and in that time we have brought to your attention more than one thousand (+1000) news stories. You might be interested to know that the following news stories are Thailand Construction News most popular news stories of the past year nos. 1-10. […]

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Thailand Construction News Most Popular Blog Articles of the Past Year (2011): nos 1-10

It is just over a year since we launched Thailand Construction News website. You might be interested to know that the following Blog Articles are Thailand Construction News most popular Blog Articles of the past year nos. 1-10. 1 Thailand: Energy Drink Nation  2 Thailand has world’s sexiest student uniform  3 Welcome to the Thailand […]

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Toyota to build new car production plant in Thailand

Toyota Motor Corp said Tuesday that it would spend 16.9 billion yen (220 million dollars) on the construction of a new vehicle production plant in Thailand to meet growing demand. The new factory, Gateway Plant No 2, is scheduled to start operations in mid-2013 with an annual production capacity of some 70,000 units, Toyota said […]

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Hydrotek, a Thai company plans to enter Burmese water market

A Thai company, Hydrotek, an engineering firm, says it is planning to enter the water-management business in Burma, which is underdeveloped and will grow in the near future. Chief executive officer Slib Soongswang told The Nation newspaper in Bangkok the company will focus on Burma and Laos, because they are similar to Thailand 30 years […]

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Bangkok Building collapse not caused by flood: engineer

Suggestions that prolonged flooding in Bangkok late last year was the main cause of the recent partial collapse of a building under construction was ruled out yesterday by the secretary general of the Engineering Institute of Thailand (EIT). “If the flooding was the major reason, other nearby buildings would not stand firm like this. From […]

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Chiang Mai line included in Thailand's infrastructure package

Construction of a 750 km standard gauge line from Bangkok to Chiang Mai is the largest single project included in a 400bn baht programme of infrastructure investment announced by the government on January 10. Comprising 128 different work packages for completion by 2016, the programme includes a range of other public transport, road and flood […]

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Planning Underway for Phuket's Soi Dog’s newly planned Dog Hospital – Consider donating today!

Soi Dog’s newly planned Dog Hospital will be one of the largest and most modern dog hospitals in Thailand! Our current Hopsital is tiny and badly injured and sick dogs have to be kept in small cages, often stacked on top of each other. As soon as these dogs are out of danger they have […]

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Thai PTT to expedite expansion of LNG terminal on gas demand surge

Thailand’s PTT is looking at expediting the expansion of its LNG receiving terminal by 1-2 years to cope with the country’s faster-than-expected growth in natural gas demand. The Thai state-controlled energy concern sees the need to add a second 5 million mt/year unit to its Rayong facility, about 220 km southeast of Bangkok, earlier than […]

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