A consortium, comprising PORR, PORR Bau, Gulermak Agir Sanayi Inşaat ve Taahhut and Energopol-Szczecin, has signed a €150m contract with the City of Świnoujście for the construction of the Świnoujście tunnel in Poland.
European construction group Strabag, through its Polish subsidiary Strabag Sp, has won a €133m, design-and-build contract for a 17km section of the A1 motorway in Poland.
Infrastructure group Balfour Beatty’s Far East joint venture, Gammon Construction, in a 50:50 joint venture with Sanfield (Management), has won a HKD2.3bn ($293m) contract from Sun Hung Kai Properties to widen the Sai Sha Road for its development project in Shap Sze Heung, Sai Kung, Hong Kong.
US-based engineering, planning and consulting services company Michael Baker has been selected as lead designer of the Lane-Security Paving joint venture team that is responsible for the $672.9m Interstate 10 Corridor Express Lanes design-build project in San Bernardino County in the US state of California.
Dutch architectural company UNStudio has presented an initial design for the ‘Station of the Future’ at the first edition of HyperSummit, organised by Hardt Hyperloop in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan have opened the Registration of Interest (ROI) at Sunshine Station, marking the commencement of market engagement for providers that can help deliver the Melbourne Airport Rail Link project.
Potomac Yard Constructors has won a contract worth $213.7m from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro) and the City of Alexandria for the construction of Potomac Yard Metrorail Station in the US.
A joint venture between GHD and Jacobs Engineering Group has been selected by the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) to carry out a feasibility study and environmental impact assessment for the Narromine to Narrabri (N2N) section of Inland Rail.
Ferrovial Agroman, through its subsidiary Webber, has won three new road contracts worth $360m for the widening of the IH-10 in Houston and the FM-156 in Forth Worth, and perform upgrades on the IH-35 in Austin, Texas.
American engineering and construction company Fluor-led joint venture Tappan Zee Constructors has completed the final span of the Governor Mario M Cuomo Bridge in New York, which will replace the old Tappan Zee Bridge.
Oakland Corridor Partners team has been selected by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to design, build, finance and maintain the final segment of the project to rebuild and modernise 18 miles of I-75.
The Andrews Labor Government of the Australian state of Victoria has unveiled designs for the North East Link, which is touted to be the state’s biggest road project.
Nordic – Office of Architecture and Danish consulting group COWI, along with local partners, have won the framework contract from Iceland’s national airport and air navigation service provider Isavia for the expansion of Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport.
Singapore has agreed to suspend the construction of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) Project until 31 May 2020 following a request from Malaysia due to its high costs.
A design and build team comprising FCC Construction, Salini Impregilo and Aecom has been selected by Lima Airport Partners (LAP) to implement a major expansion project at Lima’s Jorge Chavez International Airport (LIM), Peru’s aviation hub.
Ferrovial’s Polish subsidiary, Budimex, has won two new contracts valued at PLN660m (about €155m) to design and construct road sections in Poland.
The government of Canada and the government of British Columbia announced more than CAD3bn ($2.27bn) in federal and provincial funding for two rapid transit projects in Metro Vancouver of British Columbia, Canada.
A consortium comprising Finnish companies YIT, Are and Länsimetro Oy has signed an agreement on the construction of the Kaitaa station on the West Metro line in Espoo, Finland.
L&T Construction, the construction arm of Larsen & Toubro, has won orders worth $373m (INR26.54bn) across various business segments in India.
Construction engineering company Bravida has secured two contracts worth more than $296m (SEK2.7bn) from the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) to install electrics, lighting, water and waste, and fire extinguishing systems within the Stockholm Bypass Project.