South Coast Rail Constructors, a joint venture between Tutor Perini (TPC) and Middlesex Corporation, has been named as the apparent low bidder for the $403m rail expansion project in Massachusetts, US.
Granite and Borderland Construction, through their joint venture Downtown Links Constructors, have secured a $26m Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) contract for the Downtown Links Phase III project from the City of Tucson.
Swedish construction firm Skanska has secured a $70.5m contract from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for the reconstruction of the Interstate 4 (I-4) between State Road 557 (SR 557) interchange in Central Florida.
The Quebec Ministry of Transportation has awarded a €726m contract to the consortium Renouveau La Fontaine that includes VINCI subsidiaries Eurovia, DodinCampenon Bernard and Pomerleau to rehabilitate Louis Hippolyte Lafontaine Tunnel and its access roads.
LaGuardia Airport in New York, US has announced the opening of the second light-filled concourse and seven new gates at Terminal B.
The Province of British Colombia in Canada has selected a joint venture of Spanish firm Acciona and Italian company Ghella to deliver the C$2.83bn ($2.08m) Broadway Subway Project.
A consortium of Vinci and Graham has secured a €183m contract from the Canadian Province of Alberta’s Ministry of Transportation to build the final section of the West Calgary Ring Road project.
Aecom Hunt, a part of the infrastructure firm Aecom, and US-based design-build firm Clayco have added Bowa Construction to its joint venture team to deliver construction management services for $8.5bn O’Hare 21 Project.
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has chosen Flatiron for a $430 project to widen and rehabilitate 53.6 miles of road on the US Highway 50 from Watt Avenue to Interstate 5 in Sacramento, California.
Granite, a US-based infrastructure company, has secured the Child Project 6 (CP6) portion of the construction manager/general contractor (CM/GC) for the Cosumnes Bridge Replacement Project by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) in Sacramento County, California.
Cardno, in a joint venture with AECOM and Michael Baker, has secured a $95m master planning contract from the US Navy and Marine Corps.
Skanska USA has announced the opening of the LaGuardia Airport Terminal B Arrivals and Departures Hall (Headhouse) in New York, US.
The Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Government of Alberta's Ministry of Transportation (Alberta Transportation) to assess the feasibility and complete due diligence for the Calgary-Banff Rail project.
Sterling Construction, a Delaware-based construction company, has secured three separate construction contracts worth $97m from the Salt Lake City Corporation’s Department of Airports (SLCDA).
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) has selected Jacobs, the managing partner for Jacobs/Russell Team, to support the $3bn Transit expansion programme.
Ferrovial’s US-based construction subsidiary Webber has been awarded a contract, worth $301m, by the Texas Department of Transportation for the reconstruction of 12km of the SL12 highway in Dallas. Under the contract, Webber will be responsible for the reconstruction of existing Interchanges between State Loop 12, State Spur 482, State Highway 114 and 183.
Burns & McDonnell has announced the completion of a $100m project to redevelop the historic Braniff Operations and Maintenance Base in Dallas, Texas in the US.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) announced that its Fiscal and Management Control Board has approved a contract worth about $159m with Skanska DW White JV to construct the Fall River Secondary Line of the South Coast Rail project in Massachusetts, US.
Dexter Nova Alliance, led by local contractors Dexter Construction and Nova Construction, with BBGI as an equity partner, has been awarded a contract to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the 38km twinned segment of Highway 104 in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Purple Line Transit Constructors (PLTC) has announced its intention to exit the public-private partnership to build Maryland’s 16-mile Purple Line light rail project in the US.