US-based real estate firm Hines along with USAA Real Estate and Philena Properties have commenced construction on West Edge, a mixed-use development in Los Angeles, US.
Grady Health System (Grady) has awarded a $113m contract to Skanska and H.J. Russell & Company joint venture (JV) to construct a new surgery and clinic centre in Atlanta in the US state of Georgia.
Enfield Council has signed a development agreement with Vistry Partnerships (formerly Galliford Try Partnerships) to build 900 new homes on Meridian One, which is part of the first phase of the £6bn Meridian Water development in London, UK.
US government agency Atlanta Housing has broken ground on first phase of $166m redevelopment of Herndon Square.
Logistics developer Tritax Symmetry’s application for a 1.5mft² Symmetry Park near Wigan has been recommended for approval at Wigan Council’s planning committee next week.
Griffin Capital, an alternative asset manager, has announced plans to build four new office buildings, containing 240,000ft² of space, in Los Angeles, El Segundo, located in the US state of California.
Japanese automotive giant Toyota has unveiled plans to build a prototype city of the future, which will serve as a fully connected ecosystem powered by hydrogen fuel cells.
Frontier Management has broken ground on The Landing at Augusta Woods, a new luxury senior housing community in Spring, Texas.
UK-based healthcare services company International Hospitals Group (IHG) has been selected for the construction of three hospitals in Oman.
UK-based construction firm Mace has submitted a planning application for a £350m ($457.5m) scheme to regenerate Stevenage Town Centre in England, UK.
Galliford Try has completed the sale of its housebuilding businesses to Bovis Homes under a transaction worth £1.1bn.
Norwegian construction company Veidekke has signed a contract with Kjøpmannsgata Ung Kunst to build an arts centre in Trondheim city, Norway.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a $272.12m loan for the construction of Msalato International Airport in Dodoma, Tanzania.
British housebuilding company Bovis Homes has formed a joint venture with Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing (MTVH), a housing association, to build 783 homes on £240m development in Cambourne West, near Cambridge.
UK-based mixed-use development and urban regeneration company Muse Developments has been selected by City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council for the construction of One City Park office building in Bradford city centre, England.
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.
BAM Lux, a subsidiary of BAM’s Walloon company Galère, has secured four contracts worth of over €25m ($27.8m) in Luxembourg.
Stirling Council in Scotland has given its planning consent to Springfield Properties for the construction of the 3,042-home village development at Durieshill.
American e-commerce company Amazon has secured approval from the Arlington County Board for the construction of the first phase of its second headquarters in Virginia.
US-based real estate company Nitya Capital has signed a strategic framework agreement with Tema Development for the development of Two Hermann Place, a luxurious multifamily high-rise building to be located in Houston, Texas.