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UK-based Wates Construction Limited has received a planning approval from Croydon Council for £16 million ($25.1 million) school redevelopment project in Croydon, England in the UK.
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Clark McCarthy Healthcare Partners II, a joint venture of Clark Construction Group and McCarthy Building Companies Inc., has been awarded a $648 million contract by The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District to build the Fort Bliss Replacement Hospital in El Paso, Texas.
BAM Construction has won a £12.5 million ($19.6 million) contract to build new facilities for Adel Beck Secure Children’s Home in Leeds, UK.
John Holland, a wholly owned subsidiary of Leighton Holdings Limited, has been appointed as head contractor for the construction of the new AUD180 million ($170.3 million) facility for the University of Sydney Business School in Australia.
UK-based Wates Construction Limited has received a planning consent to develop the £3.1 million ($4.8 million) Leeds Jewish Free School in Alwoodley, England, UK.
UK-based ISG Plc has secured a contract from the British Airways to build a flight training campus at its East Maintenance Base, which is located on the eastern margins of London Heathrow Airport.
BAM Construction has a secured a £6.3 million ($9.7 million) contract to revamp the 10-storey Calverley Building for Leeds Metropolitan University in the UK.
Mansell Construction Services Limited, a Balfour Beatty brand, has been appointed through the Liftco Framework to undertake the design, build and fit out of a new £23.6 million ($36.6 million) hospital in Welwyn Garden City, UK.
US-based Kraus-Anderson Construction Company, Incorporated has completed construction work on a $21 million project to expand Riverwood Healthcare Center, an independent, integrated hospital and clinic facility in Minnesota.
Ericsson Canada Incorporated, a provider of communications networks, telecom services and support solutions, has announced plans to build a new CAD1.2 billion ($1.16 billion) global ICT Centre in Vaudreuil-Dorion, Quebec, Canada.
Miller Equitix, a joint venture between Miller Construction and investment partner Equitix, has closed financing on a new £50 million ($75.78 million) Inverness College UHI campus project in Inverness, Scotland, UK.
UK-based Willmott Dixon Construction Limited has secured a £46 million ($69.88 million) contract to develop phase II of the Birmingham City University’s City Centre Campus in Birmingham, UK.
Uliving consortium, a syndicate of Bouygues Development, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, and Derwent Living, has secured a contract to finance, design and build a student accommodation development on the campus of the University of Hertfordshire, north of London, UK.
Apex Medical Group, a subsidiary of Saudi-based Al Joaib Group, is set to commence construction work on $1 billion International Medical City (IMC) in Salalah, Oman in early 2014.
BAM Construct UK Limited has secured a £8 million ($12.09 million) contract for the development of a multi-faith secondary school in Birmingham, UK.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has announced that Fareham Borough Council has approved planning application of Fareham College for a new £12 million ($18.13 million) Centre of Excellence for Engineering, Manufacturing and Advanced Skills Training in South Hampshire, UK.
Balfour Beatty | McCarthy, a joint venture of Balfour Beatty Construction and McCarthy Building Companies, Incorporated, has celebrated the official topping out of the $536 million Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center Replacement at Fort Hood, Texas.
The National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) has signed a financing agreement with a joint venture led by Associated Construction Co (ASCO) to finance KWD98 million ($341.8 million) Al Amiri Hospital Expansion project in Kuwait.
Mansell Construction Services Limited, a Balfour Beatty brand, has been appointed to design and construct a £5.2 million ($8 million) community hospital in Bicester, UK.
GE Healthcare, the healthcare business of General Electric Company, has broke ground on a $17 million helium liquefaction facility in Florence, South Carolina.
UK-based construction company Morgan Sindall plc has started work on a £3.3 million ($5 million) extension project at The Perse Upper School in Cambridge, UK.