01 Sep '14, 1am

#Singapore #property - "Exciting plans to be carried out at a measured pace"

Comment E-mail to friend Bookmark & Share Although Singapore is expecting a slew of upcoming projects and developments, they are likely to be rolled out at a measured pace due to labour constraints, according to a recent report by DBS Vickers Securities. “With more contracts available, the onus is on construction companies to add to their order books. But competition has been keen and low tender prices are not helping margins in a high labour, material and subcontracting cost environment. More contracts to be won, but timing of contract award and commencement is key,” it said. With lower project activity, competition will be keener as players have enough capacity to take on additional jobs. However if project activity is high, opportunities will open up for smaller players since more construction companies will be busy with ongoing projects. “This will also mean higher ten...

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