Sacred Heart University (SHU) has unveiled plans to build $60m hockey and skating arena at its West Campus in Fairfield, Connecticut.
Arlington City Council has given its approval for a planned $810m expansion of the Entertainment District, which will add a hotel, new convention centre, corporate office headquarters and a mixed-use residential building.
US state Rhode Island Governor Gina Marie Raimondo and Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien have announced plans for a $400m downtown redevelopment project.
Stadium Casino, a subsidiary of US-based real estate development and entertainment operating company The Cordish Companies, has broken ground on $150m Live! Casino in Pennsylvania.
The Cordish Companies’ subsidiary Stadium Casino RE and US-based construction management company Gilbane Building have topped out Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia, a new gaming and entertainment destination in Pennsylvania.
US-based engineering company HOK and architecture, landscape architecture, interior design and urban planning corporation Arquitectonica have developed plans for a Major League Soccer Stadium (MLS) and a mixed-use complex for Inter Miami CF in Miami, Florida.
Mortenson has celebrated the topping out ceremony at the Hyatt Place / Hyatt House Tempe Downtown hotel, which is located in Novus Innovation Corridor in Arizona State University, Tempe.
U City, an affiliate of infrastructure developer BTS Group, in cooperation with Fortune Hand Ventures has announced plans to invest THB5bn (£131m) for the construction of VERSO International School in Bangkok, Thailand.
The UK’s City of Edinburgh Council has granted permission for the construction of a new rugby stadium in the city.
Two Oak Ventures and Austin FC have broken ground on the privately-funded $242m (£196.3m) soccer park and stadium in Austin, US.
ATIP New Capital Entertainment (ATIP Entertainment) has won a contract from the Administrative Capital for Urban Development (ACUD) for a $20bn (£16.3bn) Entertainment District, spanning 4,256 acres, in Egypt’s New Administrative Capital, which has been under construction since 2015.
Medical West Hospital, an affiliate of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Health System, has received Certificate of Need approval from the State Health Planning and Development Agency for its proposed construction of a replacement hospital in McCalla in Jefferson County.
Zekelman Industries has unveiled plans to build the world’s largest continuous ERW tube mill in Blytheville, Arkansas in the US, with an investment of $150m (£123.2m).
Columbus Crew SC, the US-based Major League Soccer (MLS) club, has partnered with Legends, an experiential services agency, for project development and commercial sales rights for the new stadium and team training facility in Columbus, Ohio.
Everton Football Club has unveiled designs for its proposed stadium, which would be built on semi-derelict dockland in North Liverpool in England, UK.
Worcester City officials and executives from the Worcester Red Sox, Gilbane-Hunt, D’Agostino Izzo Quirk Associates (DAIQ) and Skanska USA Building broke ground on Polar Park baseball stadium in Worcester, Massachusetts, US.
Homes England, the national housing and regeneration agency for England, has signed loan deals worth more than £155.3m with Barclays Corporate Banking to fund the construction of 660 new homes in Wimbledon and Southampton regions.
Birmingham City Council has unveiled designs for the redevelopment of Alexander Stadium in Birmingham to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Birmingham City Council has announced the start of construction on an infrastructure project related to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games in the UK.
Ground has been broken on the new multipurpose sports complex, Kai Tak Sports Park, in Hong Kong.