Grosvenor Britain & Ireland has revealed a draft masterplan for a £500m build-to-rent development in Bermondsey, London.
Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has been awarded a contract by Eltech Anemos to supply and install 25 turbines to develop the largest wind farm in Greece.
North Midland Construction has won a joint venture (JV) infrastructure contract worth over £100m for Severn Trent Water.
Surrey County Cricket Club (Surrey CCC) has announced plans to expand the Kia Oval cricket stadium in south London.
Celtic Football Club has submitted plans for a new hotel and museum complex next to its stadium in Glasgow, Scotland.
Swedish construction firm NCC in consortium with the Spanish firm OHL has secured a contract worth SEK2bn ($229m) to build a new railway segment between Lund and Arlöv in Skåne, Sweden.
There is a great deal of uncertainty in the UK construction industry following the June 8th General Election. Timetric’s Construction Intelligence Center maintains its current modest outlook for the industry, which we have held since the outcome of the 2016 referendum to leave the EU, and we expect to see a slight contraction in real terms over the year. We caution that risks to this outlook remain firmly to the downside, as the industry faces a period of uncertainty given the weakened position of the Conservative government to implement its domestic agenda, the beginning of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union (EU), and rising costs due to ongoing currency weakness.
Legal & General (L&G) has launched the first phase of its first build-to-rent (BTR) project, The Slate Yard, on Stanley Street on the banks of the River Irwell in Salford, UK.
Engineering firm AECOM has been selected to manage and supervise the site investigation works for a new £50m cruise liner terminal in Liverpool, UK.
Developer Rivington Land has secured outline planning approval from the Swansea Council for £500m city centre redevelopment in Wales, UK.
GMR Airports, a subsidiary of GMR Infrastructure, in collaboration with Greek infrastructure firm Terna, a subsidiary of GEK Terna Group, has been chosen to develop, operate and manage the new international airport of Heraklion at Crete.
UK-based developer St. Modwen has signed a long-term development agreement to deliver up to 1,500 new homes at Crab Hill in Wantage, South Oxfordshire in the UK.
Australia-based contractor Lendlease has won a contract for the £1.5bn redevelopment of the former St John’s Wood Barracks site in northwest London, UK.
Legal & General (L&G), a UK-based multinational financial services company, has submitted a planning application for its first office building at Newcastle Science Central in the UK.
Cape, a UK-based energy services provider, has secured two contracts to provide support services to BP in the UK North Sea.
Telford Homes, a UK-based house-building company, and Greystar, a real estate company, have inked a pre-construction development agreement to deliver 894 build-to-rent homes at Nine Elms, Battersea in London, UK.
Graham Construction has been chosen as the sole contractor by The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew for a £50m project at UNESCO World Heritage site.
Swedish power utility Vattenfall is set to invest about €100m to construct a new power-to-heat asset and in gas-fired heat-only boilers in Berlin, Germany.
English football club Tottenham Hotspur has inked a five-year £400m financing arrangement for the construction of a new mixed-use stadium.
BAM Construction has been selected by the Royal Borough of Greenwich to construct the all-through school St Mary Magdalene on the Greenwich Peninsula in London, UK.