Network Rail, the owner and infrastructure manager of most of the railway network in Great Britain, has awarded five CP6 signalling contracts worth £2.4bn ($3.09bn) to help deliver a more reliable railway for passengers.
The joint venture (JV) of Skanska, Costain and Balfour Beatty had completed the construction of the A14 project, six months early.
Network Rail, the owner and infrastructure manager of most of the railway network in Great Britain, has received approval to begin the work on the second phase of East West Rail.
Birmingham City Council has selected Kier Highways as the preferred bidder to manage the 15-month interim highway services contract.
The N25 New Ross Bypass scheme has now been officially inaugurated by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Rose Katherine Kennedy Townsend.
The GelreGroen consortium has signed a contract with Rijkswaterstaat, part of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure & Water Management, for the development of the A12/A15 highway Ressen-Oudbroeken (ViA15) project in the Netherlands.
UK’s Highways England has commenced public consultation for the revised £6.8bn Lower Thames Crossing project.
Construction firm Skanska has secured a £143m contract from Highways England for improvement of the M42 Junction 6 improvement scheme.
Glasgow City Council has approved a contract to BAM Nuttall for the construction of a new pedestrian and cyclist bridge connecting Sighthill and Glasgow city centre, over the M8 motorway.
Swedish construction and civil engineering company Peab has secured a NOK784m ($88.3m) contract from Nye Veier for the extension of E6 between Kvål and Melhus in Norway.
Finnish construction company YIT has signed a €13m ($14.4m) contract with Port of Tallinn for the construction of new cruise terminal in Tallinn, Estonia.