Hampton Roads Connector Partners (HRCP), a design-build team, has won a $3.3bn fixed price contract from the Commonwealth of Virginia, US, for the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT) Expansion Project.
London-based housing association Peabody has selected the UK subsidiary of Australian construction firm Lendlease as preferred bidder for Thamesmead waterfront scheme in the UK.
Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan Motor and Groupe Hasnaoui of Algeria will invest $160m in a new Nissan vehicle plant in Algeria to meet growing demand for vehicles in the country and across Africa.
L&T Construction, theconstruction arm of L&T, has won significant contracts across its Power Transmission and Distribution (PT&D) and Water and Effluent Treatment business segments and a large contract across its Buildings and Factories business unit.
The UK government has signed housing deals worth £250m under which an additional 25,000 homes will be delivered.
Balfour Beatty has won a £220m contract from Transport for London (TfL) to deliver the new London Underground track renewals contract over a four-year period.
Primewest and Iris Residential have secured approval for a A$140m ($100m) plan for the construction of 150 apartments and 14 specialty tenancies at the gateway to LandCorp’s Montario Quarter in Shenton Park, Australia.
Danish consulting engineering group Ramboll has been selected by Arlanda Airport in Stockholm as design partner for the development of Pier G, which will be connected to Terminal 5 in the airport.
Google has announced that it will build a $600m, 275,000ft² data centre in New Albany, US, as part of a $13bn nationwide expansion in 2019 in data centres and offices across the country, with major expansions in 14 states.
Swedish construction company Skanska, UK’s Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and the Defence College of Logistics, Policing and Administration (DCLPA), and US engineering company Aecom have begun the second phase of construction of new facilities for defence personnel at Worthy Down in Hampshire, UK.
The City of Subiaco has endorsed a proposal for the redevelopment of Subiaco’s abandoned Pavilion Markets near the Subiaco train station in Australia.
Siemens Mobility has been selected by Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) for the electrification of the Circle Line Stage 6 and the North East Line extension (NELe) in Singapore.
Birmingham City Council has unveiled proposals for the second phase of the regeneration of Perry Barr in Birmingham, UK.
Enel, through its renewable subsidiary Enel Green Power (EGP RSA), has begun construction on the 140MW Nxuba wind farm in the Amatole District, South Africa.
British infrastructure support service provider Amey has been selected by telecommunications service provider CityFibre to extend its 150km network in Edinburgh to homes and businesses across the city.
BAM Deutschland, the German non-residential construction subsidiary of Dutch company Royal BAM Group, in joint venture with Max Bögl Stiftung, has won a contract for the second phase of the business campus of Wüstenrot & Württembergische (W&W) in Kornwestheim, in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
Queens Cross Housing Association has secured £40m funding from M&G Investments for the transformation of the Hamiltonhill area of Glasgow into a new urban ‘suburb’.
Jan De Nul Group, a Luxembourg-based company that provides services relating to the construction and maintenance of maritime infrastructure, has secured major works from the Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) of Australia to dredge the channel and enhance the safe and sustainable access to the Port of Port Hedland.
McAleer & Rushe, a developer and contractor based in Northern Ireland, is set to begin construction on a £82m, 620-room hotel and hybrid aparthotel development in Paddington, London.
Dutch Construction company Heijmans has signed a letter of intent with the Municipality of Vlaardingen for the development of the former Vijfsluizen sports park, where the company intends to construct around 400 homes under a project valued at €80m to €100m.