Ministry of Construction (Vietnam)

The Ministry of Construction (MOC, Vietnamese: Bộ Xây dựng) is a government ministry in Vietnam responsible for state administration on construction, building materials, housing and office buildings, architecture, urban and rural construction planning, urban infrastructure, public services; and representing the owner of state capital in state-owned enterprises.

Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Ministry of Construction
Bộ Xây dựng
Ministry overview
Formed29 April 1958
Preceding Ministry
  • Ministry of Water Irrigation and Architecture (1955–1958)
    Ministry of Architecture (1958–1973)
    Committee of State Basic Construction (1960–1973)
    Ministry of Construction (1973–present)
JurisdictionGovernment of Vietnam
Headquarters37 Le Dai Hanh Street, Le Dai Hanh Ward, Hai Ba Trung District, Ha Noi
Annual budget1.308 billions VND (2018)
Minister responsible
Deputy Minister responsible

Ministerial units edit

  • State Agency for Construction Quality Inspection
  • Agency for Management of Housing and Real Estate Market
  • Agency for Urban Development
  • Agency for Infrastructure
  • Department of Building Materials
  • Department of Construction Management
  • Department of Science, Technology and Environment
  • Department of Construction Economics
  • Department of Architecture and Construction Planning
  • Department of Legislation
  • Department of Planning and Finance
  • Department of International Cooperation
  • Department of Organisation and Personnel
  • Ministry's Inspectorate
  • Ministry's Office

Administrative units edit

  • Construction Newspaper
  • Construction Magazine
  • Construction Publishing House
  • Institute for Building Materials
  • Institute for Construction Economics
  • Institute for Architecture, Urban and Rural Planning
  • Institute for Construction Science and Technology
  • Viet Tri Construction Hospital

External links edit