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Mach Global -DIAMOND Group
Construction & Development Projects:

Less than two decades decades remain for countries around the world to make drastic 

cuts in carbon-dioxide emission.


The construction and development division within the Diamond Point Ltd. company business operates as a project management team who procures the correct operatives and builders/installers for each particular project, be it a new project, a development of an existing project, or a refurbishment of an existing structure.


This division is backed by the full resources of Diamond Point Ltd in terms of Architecture, Structural Engineering, MEP Services Engineering, Project Management, Q.A., and Financial Control; ensuring that each client receives the best quality of building economically and within acceptable time constraints.

At present, the construction and development team operates as professionals who oversee each stage from conception through design, build and commission to hand over and warranty periods.


Diamond Point Ltd has been instrumental in the design of two major tunnels, one being the road tunnel beneath the River Lee in Ireland when they worked with W.H. Smiths, the other being the channel tunnel in collaboration with AMEC.

We have also been involved with working on numerous hospital projects, commercial and office complexes, industrial developments, university buildings, housing, and transportation projects.

However, during the course of 2021/2021, we propose to expand our services to include on-site operatives to build each and every structure we are involved with and provide the building with efficient new technological energy minded systems which are developed and brought onto the market from our sister Research and Development company Platinum Corporation Ltd.

Moreover, Diamond Point Ltd. is also teaming up with major construction and development companies from Japan, South Korea, The Philippines, and Europe for its the Asia Pacific and ASEAN countries for its proposed projects.


This is necessary to realize the goals of the Paris Agreement, which calls for limiting the increase in average global temperature to well below 2 degrees Celsius (°C) and ideally within 1.5 °C above preindustrial levels. 

The International Renewable Energy Agency has estimated the total energy investments needed to fulfil the Paris Agreement amount to USD 110 trillion by 2050, or USD 3.2 trillion per year (IRENA, 2019a).


1) Sovereign guarantees – long seen as essential to make renewables bankable – are increasingly hard to obtain. Yet lesser-known risk mitigation instruments offer viable alternatives. While public funds could be used in a more efficient manner, they will not be enough to meet climate goals. The need for the private sector to invest more is widely recognized. Moreover, the necessary private this capital is available in principle. 


Still, it is not coming through. Why not? The private sector follows its own logic and mechanisms, which are not always easy to understand. Through these finance briefs, They are now trying to explain in simple terms and in a limited space some of the key concepts, including obstacles that so far have prevented the capital inflow from the private sector and the key instruments that can be used to attract private money into the renewable energy sector. The present document on sovereign guarantees refers mainly to less-developed countries where investors either avoid investing, ask for higher risk premiums, or require additional safeguards that are not needed in more mature economies.   


It is at this juncture that our Diamond Group of Companies and its affiliate organizations are teaming up with major companies in the United Kingdom, Europe, The United States of America Japan, and South Korea in pursuing the investment and funding of power generation integrated with Kenaf Paper Pulp projects, with the emphasis in the Asia Pacific and the ASEAN Region respectively.


Referred to as the ‘Garden Hospital’ for its pastoral setting and 17 courtyards, the new district general hospital in Dumfries, Scotland, provides an uplifting, therapeutic and person-centered environment.

The building form and materials of the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary were developed to reflect its rural setting and to optimize views and natural daylight. The contemporary facade design references both the rural stone buildings of the area and patterns derived from the surrounding forest.


The design considers the well-being of staff as critical to the success of the new hospital as the well-being of patients and visitors. The interior design strategy continues the welcoming and pleasing theme of the exterior by defining and unifying a hierarchy of spaces, each with its own distinct needs. The main entrance atrium is a civic space filled with light with a clear and welcoming reception. The goal is a facility that staff is eager to work in and reluctant to leave.


Diamond Point Ltd. was instrumental in the electrical designs carried out in this hospital ranging from High Voltage distribution to theatre power and lighting and communications designs.

Diamond Point Ltd. was employed by the main consultants Hoare Lea and partners during the 18 months design period.


Aerial View of the Hospital during the evening

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