A team comprising Ramboll and Aarsleff will deliver a 44-storey residential tower along the harbour in Aarhus, Denmark for the development group NorCap.
UK-based property developer The High Street Group of Companies has secured a deal to build £120m ($162m) private rented sector (PRS) apartments on a second Birmingham City Centre site.
Work is set to begin on Thames Tideway Tunnel, a £4.2bn sewage system, which will modernise London’s ageing sewage system.
Swedish construction company NCC, in partnership with Liseberg, is set to expand the largest amusement park in the Nordic region with the addition of a new water park and a hotel.
British Land has submitted an outline planning application for the Canada Water Masterplan, one of major development projects which will create a new urban centre for London.
The Wates Group has been appointed framework contractor for the renovation of several buildings on UK Parliament’s Northern Estate.
The London Mayor’s office has invited plans for a 2,900 home development on the site of the former Ford Assembly Plant in South Dagenham in East London after Havering Council rejected the plans in April 2018.
Four companies have been shortlisted by Ville de Paris to design and develop a new landscape surrounding the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.
UK-based Wates Construction has been appointed to build the City Hub building for Nottingham College, which was formed as a result of a merger between the city’s New College and Central College in June 2017.
Airport City Manchester has signed deal to deliver a new £180m hotel district, featuring Holiday Inn and Ibis Budget hotels.
Dutch dredging company Royal Boskalis Westminster has emerged as best bidder to build an artificial island in the IJmeer lake next to the existing IJburg islands near Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Vinci Construction France has begun construction on the Origine complex in Nanterre, Paris, on behalf of customer ICADE, a real estate investment company.
BEC, a Cumbrian property firm, has unveiled plans for the transformation of Whitehaven’s North Shore in the UK.
UK-based M&G Real Estate has revealed plans for a new £100m office scheme in Glasgow, Scotland.
Cain International, a real estate investment firm, has closed a £390m development loan for its mixed-use project in Shoreditch, London.
Bravida, a Swedish multi-technical service provider for buildings and plants in the Nordics, has chosen Danish consulting group COWI to plan the installations in Karlatornet, a 245-metre tower in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Morgan Sindall Investments (MSIL) and Hertfordshire County Council have finalised the terms to establish a property development joint venture to construct new homes in the county.
Kier Living has been chosen as the residential development partner by Homes England to deliver a £200m community of 750 new homes on a 48-hectare site in Northamptonshire, UK.
Glasgow City Council has signed an agreement with Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) and Keepmoat Homes to deliver 800 new homes at the Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) in Glasgow.
Platon Saclay project company, led by Bouygues Construction, and Paris-Sud University have signed a €283m public-private partnership contract for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of the Biology-Pharmacy-Chemistry (BPC) Centre to be built on the Plateau de Saclay.