August edition of Construction Global is live!

By Andrew Woods
The August edition of Construction Global, the must-read publication for executives working in the construction, infrastructure and architecture industr...

The August edition of Construction Global, the must-read publication for executives working in the construction, infrastructure and architecture industry sectors... is live!

 https://www.constructionglobal.com/magazine/construction-global/august-2018      

We have another packed issue for you this month, with our exclusive interview with Will Kennedy-Cooke, MD WT Partnership (South East Asia), about the challenges as the business rolls out a consistent and reliable service across diverse jurisdictions in an evolving economic landscape.

We also speak to his fellow MD’s Keith Wong (China) and Mark Van Beers (Hong Kong & Macau) about the challenges and growth in their respective regions

You will also find a number of eye-opening company reports, with interviews from Peri SA, SiteOne Landscape Supply, Groningen Seaports and Fletcher Building – Roof Tile Group.

Elsewhere we speak with JLL’s co-CEO,  about the company’s bid to change the face of the real estate sector by investing in the hottest proptech prospects the industry has to offer.

JLL is a multi-billion-dollar company that is considered one of real estate’s leading lights, so it’s an interview you won’t want to miss.

And in our top 10 this month, we countdown the world’s tallest buildings.

We hope you enjoy this month’s issue, and we’d love to hear what you thought of any pf our features. You can get involved in the conversation on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

Have a great month……

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