Legal & General Modular Homes has secured planning approval to develop a 154-unit residential project, using modular construction, in Selby, North Yorkshire.
The University of Calgary in Canada has broken ground on C$90m ($63.8m) Haskayne Capital Expansion project.
Strabag’s Hungarian subsidiary has secured a €72m infrastructure contract to build and modernise a 7.5km bypass road in the city of Veszprém.
Swedish construction firm Skanska has been awarded a contract worth SEK380m ($38.7m) by the municipality of Bergen to build Åsane care home in Norway.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has agreed to provide a loan of €75m to Tbilisi Transport Company for the modernisation of its metro network in the capital city of Georgia.
Student housing network BaseCamp Student has selected US-based construction consulting firm Hill International to provide project management services for a project to build student residences and a four-star hotel in Western Poland.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) in the US has selected Fluor and its joint venture partner Balfour Beatty for the Oak Hill Parkway Infrastructure Project in Austin.
Australian construction firm Watpac has broken ground on Poly Global’s Australian commercial project, known as Poly Centre Sydney.
The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) had begun construction on a new four-lane highway segment on State Route 76 in Itawamba County.
Kier Property, the development arm of Kier Group, has secured planning approval for its next residential development at Watford Riverwell in the UK.
US-based real estate firm Hines has acquired Ex Trotto area and Ex Training Center complex located in San Siro district in Milan, Italy to build a €350 residential-led mixed-use scheme.
Multiplex has announced the completion of Swanston Central, an A$350m ($228m) high-rise residential development in Melbourne’s inner-city skyline in Australia, for developer Hengyi.
STRABAG and its civil engineering subsidiary Züblin have secured a €220m contract to build the FAIR's particle acceleration facility in Germany.
South Korean conglomerate Hyosung announced its plans to build the largest liquid hydrogen plant in the world.
Jacobs, a technical and professional services provider, has been selected by the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Solid Waste Division (SWD) to offer siting, architectural and engineering services for a new recycling and transfer station.
South Korea’s SK Innovation is planning to build a second electric vehicle (EV) battery plant in the US state of Georgia increasing its investment to $2.5bn.
Legal & General has announced its decision to invest £150m in the first phase of West Bar Square, a mixed-use regeneration scheme in Sheffield City Centre in the UK.
The Heijmans/Siemens Mobility combination has been selected by the Municipality of Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands, to renovate the Piet Hein Tunnel in the city.
Construction is underway on the OCT Group’s Zhongshan OCT Harbour, a cultural and tourism complex in Zhongshan City, Guangdong Province, China.
UK-based Godwin Developments announced that acquisition of a one-acre site near Sheffield city centre and plans to build a residential build-to-rent (BTR) project with more than 300 residential units.