Real estate developer Wood Partners has broken ground on Alta Midtown Park, a new luxury residential multi-family building in Dallas, Texas.
US state Rhode Island Governor Gina Marie Raimondo and Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien have announced plans for a $400m downtown redevelopment project.
Lucid Motors, a US-based automotive firm specialising in electric cars, has started construction on its electric vehicle manufacturing facility in Casa Grande, Arizona.
Swedish construction company Skanska has signed an agreement with Virginia Hospital Center to build a new outpatient pavilion and parking garage in Arlington in the US state of Virginia.
Thomas White Oxford (TWO), the development company of St John’s College has secured approval from the Oxford City Council for the construction of Oxford North innovation district.
Skanska has secured a contract worth SEK560m ($59m) from City of Beaverton to build a new multidisciplinary arts centre and adjoining garage in Beaverton, Oregon of the US.
Construction company Skanska has secured a contract worth SEK1.2bn ($125m) from Akademiska Hus, the Swedish government body, to build new premises for the Faculty of Science at the University of Gothenburg.
Hyundai Motor Company has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Indonesian government for the construction of its first vehicle manufacturing plant in the country.
Gateshead Council and its development partner Ask:Patrizia have awarded a contract to Sir Robert McAlpine for the construction of a £260m ($334m) waterfront conference and events destination in Gateshead, UK.
MetLife’s institutional asset management business MetLife Investment Management (MIM) and Granite Properties announced the start of construction on Midtown Union, a mixed-use project in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia.
Projects overseen by the company include bridges, spanning roads, valleys and water; planning and constructing commercial and industrial zones; conveyance and storage systems for the water industry; roads; urban development and regeneration; architec ...