Trade Arabia reports
“Bahrain Bay Development, the $2.5 billion landmark waterfront community located in the heart of Manama, said the infrastructure work in the development was nearing completion.
As a developer committed to implementing world-leading best practice, Bahrain Bay offers its land parcels to third party developers with fully-completed infrastructure including road, water, power, district cooling, sewage, storm drainage, irrigation networks and a telecommunications system.”
[SOURCE: Trade Arabia – Middle East business information | Trade news portal].
Metropolis Magazine talks with Landscape architect Tom Oslund about the making of a I-35 bridge memorial, his Zen time, and ecology vs. aesthetics.
read more @ the [SOURCE: Metropolis Magazine – The Work of an Outsider].
The East African reports
“Tanzania has released a transport policy and system development master plan for Dar es Salaam roads, which incorporates the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.”
[SOURCE: The East African – Tanzania develops transport masterplan for Dar es Salaam].
Gulf News reports
“The demand for engineers, architects and senior managers in the construction industry in the UAE has slumped due to the global financial turmoil but has not halted, a construction recruitment company official said.”
[SOURCE: Gulfnews: UAE construction outlook still optimistic despite global crisis].
Vancouver Sun reports “A school of urban farming — a North American first — is finding fertile soil in Richmond.
Richmond’s parks, recreation, and cultural services committee has unanimously endorsed the concept of an urban farm school and directed staff to investigate city land for such a project, either at Terra Nova park at the west end of Westminster Highway, or the south end of Gilbert Road.”
[SOURCE: Vancouver Sun – Urban farming school takes root].