Italian construction and civil engineering company Salini Impregilo and its Swiss subsidiary CSC Impresa Costruzioni have won a contract worth more than CHF100m (about €90m) for the development of a commercial and residential district in Lausanne, Switzerland.
French energy and services group ENGIE has won a contract from Kingston University for a new £195m student accommodation scheme in London.
The BAAK consortium, comprising Macquarie Capital (70% of SPC), Ballast Nedam (15%) and DEME (15%), has reached financial close on the €1bn Blankenburg Connection public-private partnership (PPP) road project in the Netherlands.
Italian construction and civil engineering company, Salini Impregilo, has won a €718.8m contract from Societé du Grand Paris (SGP) to build a section of a new metro line for Grand Paris Express, which is touted to be the biggest sustainable mobility project in Europe.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has submitted plans to Leeds City Council for two modern hospital buildings, including a dedicated Children’s Hospital, on the Leeds General Infirmary (LGI) site as part of a long-term vision called ‘Hospitals of the Future’.
Danish engineering consultancy Ramboll has been appointed by Liverpool City Council to lead a technical team to develop a £50m, new permanent Cruise Terminal Facility on the River Mersey, UK.
BAM Deutschland, the German subsidiary of Dutch construction services company Royal BAM Group, has won two contracts, together worth more than €70m, for the construction of an office and residential building in Berlin and for the extension of the university hospital in Jena, located in east Germany.
A consortium comprising PORR, Gulermak and Energopol-Szczecin has signed a €150m contract for the construction of the Świnoujście tunnel in Poland.
Bouygues UK, a British subsidiary of French conglomerate Bouygues Construction, has won a £250m (€281m) contract from Lynxvale, the University of Cambridge’s development arm, for the construction of the university’s Cavendish III physics laboratory and a neighbouring Shared Facilities Hub.
Transport for London has announced a partnership with Pocket Living to construct affordable homes for first-time buyers at a number of its sites.
A joint venture between Galliford Try and Black & Veatch has secured a contract from the Environment Agency to design and build an improved flood defence scheme at Burton-on-Trent in Staffordshire, UK.
CALA Homes (West) has acquired the former Jordanhill Campus in Glasgow, Scotland, where it will construct more than 400 homes.
Italian oil and gas industry contractor Saipem has secured offshore E&C contracts worth about $400m in Azerbaijan, the North Sea and the Republic of Congo.
UK-based construction firm Balfour Beatty has secured a contract from Urbanest to deliver the Vine Street development; a new £85m mixed-use student accommodation scheme in London, UK.
UK-based Commercial Estates Group (CEG) has filed a planning application for the regeneration of 20-36 High Street Manchester, a vacant building which sits opposite the Arndale Centre.
European construction technology services group Strabag, through its Danish subsidiary Züblin, has won another turnkey contract for the construction of a building ensemble in the Carlsberg neighbourhood of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Canary Wharf Group has unveiled plans for Wood Wharf, a new urban regeneration project in London, where the group plans to develop the former docks site by redeveloping a 23-acre site into five million ft² of mixed-use space.
Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) has secured approval from Liverpool City Council’s Planning Committee for its plans to develop the former Royal Mail site on Copperas Hill site into modern student facilities.
World Wheel has revealed new images and details of Europe’s tallest observation wheel that the company is building on Newcastle Quayside in the UK.
Amey has won a £325m, 15-year contract from Highways England for the highways maintenance and to act as response contractor for Area 10 in the UK.