Learning from Neighbors: the CCA and MLMUPC embark on construction development tour

Feb. 16, 2017, 12:25 p.m.

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Having received a recommendation from H.E. Chea Sophara, Minister of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction, the Cambodia Constructors Association (CCA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Urban Planning and Construction will pioneer a regional tour study in order to learn and gather more experience from neighboring countries, such as Thailand and Vietnam, regarding construction worker rules and regulation, on-site safety standards, site management and security.

The intention is to learn from experience and raise the market standards in Cambodia.

The purpose of this visit is as follows: 1. A study tour by bus, which will be attended by the managers, supervisors, engineers and designersof active construction and real estate companies in Cambodia. The mission is to observe and monitor new technology, and construction and site management in the Cambodian provinces bordering Vietnam and Thailand. 2. To get experience and exchange ideas about the construction sector between private and public institutions, from Cambodia and neighboring countries, with follow up meetings every 3 months to track progress. Participating members can pick up knowledge on different subjects or technical challenges associated with construction using new technology. The experience of each company that is shared during this tour and following meetings will contribute to the development of the country's construction sector, and ultimately allow it to become more abundant and sustainable into the next years. It should also benefit the well-being of those who work in this industry, whether management or construction worker on site. If you or your company interested in joining this tour, please contact us Mr. Vutha today on Tel: (855) 60 888 944 | 10 94 76 40 or Email: vuthatim01@gmail.com