Category Archives: Civil Construction

Neglect of Civil Maintenance – an economic problem

Roads are of vital importance in order to make a nation grow and develop. An effective transport infrastructure is of vital importance for the development of a country. Poor civil maintenance constrain mobility, significantly raises vehicle operating costs, increases accident rates and their associated human and property costs, and aggravates isolation, poverty, poor health, and illiteracy in rural communities. If civil maintenance is neglected, it costs five or six times as much to restore the road. Economically, it is an indefensible waste.

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How Civil Construction Projects Bring People Together

interconnecting road overpasses and flyoversIf you were to mention the phrase ‘civil construction’ to some people, they might respond with a rather vague description of construction work, building projects and the like, which is not completely inaccurate. Civil construction does have many connections to building projects and other forms of infrastructure. But another way of looking at it is how these projects and efforts have very real and positive effects for communities and people. Continue reading