ADNOC Refining, a wholly owned subsidiary of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has awarded two contracts worth $3.5bn to Samsung Engineering.
Australian real estate investment trust Dexus has received approval from the state government of Queensland, Australia to go ahead with the second stage of its proposal to transform Brisbane’s Eagle Street Pier into a business and leisure destination.
UK-based affordable housing provider Metropolitan has secured approval from the planning committee of Lambeth Council for the development of more than 2,500 new homes and community facilities at Clapham Park in south London.
Sofidel, involved in the manufacture of tissue paper for hygienic and domestic use, has initiated a new greenfield investment in Inola, Oklahoma, US, to build an integrated plant that includes both the paper mill and converting lines.
A consortium led by Bouygues Immobilier UrbanEra, the development arm of Bouygues Group, has been appointed as the preferred development team by the Ville de Charenton and Grand Paris Amenagement for the Charenton-Bercy project in Paris, France.
SK Innovation has broken ground on a KRW840bn ($784m) electric vehicle (EV) battery plant in Komarom in the state of Komarom-Esztergom, about 110km northwest of Budapest, Hungary.
Facebook is set to invest $750m in a new data centre in Stanton Springs, Georgia, US, over the next five years, and create at least 100 full-time jobs, including positions in engineering and management, as well as opportunities for data centre technicians.
UAE-based construction firm Arabtec Holding has won a contract worth AED424m ($115m) from DAMAC Properties to construct 916 villas in AKOYA Oxygen Master Development in Dubai, UAE.
Hudson Pacific Properties and Macerich, a real estate investment trust, have established a joint venture to transform Westside Pavilion, a shopping mall located in West Los Angeles, California, into office space.
UAE-based developer Nakheel has announced that construction of Nakheel Mall, the AED1.2bn ($326.7m) retail and entertainment destination on Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah, is now 85% complete, with fit out also in progress at the mall’s outlets.
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