This week in construction news (20 Nov ‘17)
There is a flurry of activity in the Indian peninsula over the past week, as India’s top engineering and construction company Larsen & Toubro Ltd secured a contract to build a $1.3 billion Mumbai Trans Harbour Link.
Asia’s construction looks to be in prime position to overtake Europe and the US in the next five years. Infrastructure spending is in a robust state, which furthers interest in having an extensive railway network in place.
If you are positioned to participate in projects in Asia, you are in good stead.
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