Rosalind Franklin Institute, a new national institute, funded by the UK government through UK Research and Innovation, has begun construction on £40m hub building at the Harwell Campus.
UK-based property development firm Quintain has secured £172.5m in financing from Cheyne Capital to fund the next phase of development at Wembley Park in the UK.
British construction company Wates Residential and Havering Council have submitted plans for the regeneration scheme of Napier and New Plymouth House site in Rainham. This will be the biggest regeneration scheme in Havering borough.
Cinemark and Waterstone Properties are constructing a 12-screen theatre in Rock Row, a mixed-use development in Greater Portland, Maine, US.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to provide €350m in financing to Northvolt for the construction of Northvolt Ett, a gigafactory for producing lithium-ion battery cells in Skellefteå, Sweden.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton, which serves the communities of North Texas and southern Oklahoma, is set to build a $128m facility for mothers and babies in Denton County, Texas, US.
Construction firm Multiplex has completed construction on A$54.2m ($37.5m) Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts for Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
Salford City Council and the University of Salford are seeking a private sector partner to deliver their £800m masterplan for Salford Crescent in the UK.
Natura Life + Science (Natura) has secured $91m in private funding for the construction of a vertically integrated cannabis campus in California, US.
British financial services company Legal & General has purchase two sites in Wandsworth, south London to build its largest build-to-rent (BTR) scheme to date.
Full-service real estate development firm Weller Development, together with state and local elected officials, community and business leaders, has broken ground on the first phase of Port Covington, a 235-acre mixed-use redevelopment project in south Baltimore, US.
Japanese house builder Sekisui House has made its first move into the UK market following the signing of a multimillion-pound deal with Homes England, a government organization, and real estate company Urban Splash.
Canadian construction firm Graham has secured a C$187m ($138.6m) contract for the construction of an office tower downtown Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada.
Network Rail has awarded a contract to BAM Nuttall to deliver the first phase of the Dawlish sea wall, to provide better protection for the railway and homes behind it.
Property developer CEG has selected design development team for the next phase of the £400m Kirkstall Forge development in Leeds, UK.
Luxembourg-based real estate developer HB Reavis has submitted plans to Lambeth London Borough Council for the redevelopment of the company’s Elizabeth House site in Waterloo, central London.
Danish consulting companies COWI and Ramboll have been selected by CPH City & Port Development as technical and EIA consultants for the establishment of the new island of Lynetteholmen, which will expand the land area of Copenhagen by around 2%.
Nordic construction firm NCC has won a turnkey contract worth around SEK300m (approximately $32m) from St Olavs Hospital for a high-security clinic for psychiatric care at Ostmarka in Trondheim, Norway.
Pickard Chilton, an architecture studio based in the US, has been selected by real estate firm Hines to master plan and design an urban development at Plieninger Straße 140 in Stuttgart, Germany.
Real estate firm Hines and co-developer Columbia Development Group have partnered with USAA Real Estate for the development of Fenton, a 69-acre mixed-use district in the Town of Cary, North Carolina.