Taking the dust and pain out of Malta’s construction Industry
5 August 1990
In this age of lasers and computers, when so much is done to alleviate man's most strenuous tasks and with such an awareness of an ailing environment, there is much that can be done to improve a lot of those in the construction industry. Mr Angelo Xuereb of Angelo Xuereb Limited, shares a few ideas about what can be changed vis-s-vis health and the environment.
Need for Radical Change in Malta’s Construction Industry
8 April 1990
The construction industry in Malta is in dire need of a total haul and modernisation. After a brief slump, the country is now seeing much going on in the way of both private as well as public projects. This healthy scene though does not reflect the reality. of the situation, where demand is greater than supply.
A Proposal for the Valletta Master Plan
29 October 1989
I have been reading so much about Valletta city and its entrance, and since development is one of my main interests, I felt it is my duty to give my own opinions about our unique city, Valletta. To revive the business, rehabilitate Valetta and make the whole city a monument, besides turning it into one of the Island's leading tourist attractions, is a task which calls for careful planning and consideration before implementation.
Suncrest Hotel Malta
16 June 1988
Among the things that attract upmarket tourists are the facilities found in the country. We are sure that the Suncrest hotel offers a good product and will, therefore, help the country attract such tourists. The Prime Minister. Dr Eddiie Fenech Adami, on the inauguration of the Hotel.
1 June 1988
A major development in a prime central position. Very airy, spacious and prestigious 3- bedroomed apartments with an approx. area of 232.35sq.m. (2.500 sq. ft). Immaculately finished to luxury standard throughout. Well ventilated carpark/garages, private, drive, lifts. Unbeatable prices.