Progressive present

Also called: non-habitual present.

It is a variant of the focal present, denoting an action in the present which began some time in the past and presumably will continue for some time in the future, in a progression.
The process has not been necessarily witnessed by the speaker.
It is used mostly in written language, and is typical of a factual or newspaper style.

● Progressive present, in a discontinuous mode:

Yangi binolar qurilmoqda.
New buildings are being constructed.