A joint venture of German construction firm HOCHTIEF and French concessions and construction company VINCI has won a €460m contract from Metroselskabet to design and build Sydhavn Metro Line (Line 4) in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Haptic Architects and Nordic Office of Architecture have unveiled plans for a sustainable ‘smart city’ next to Norway’s primary transport hub, Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL), Flytoget Airport Express, E6, E16 and Jessheim city.
De Groene Boog, a consortium comprising BESIX Group, Dura Vermeer Groep, Van Oord PPP, John Laing Investments, RebelValley and TBI PPP, has been selected by Rijkswaterstaat (RWS) for the A16 motorway project in the Netherlands.
Transport for London (TfL) has selected Native Land as its preferred joint venture partner to develop the land owned by TfL around South Kensington Tube station.
VINCI Construction, through a joint venture led by Dodin Campenon Bernard, has completed tunnelling Line B, the second automated metro line in Rennes, for regional authority Rennes Metropole and transport authority Semtcar.
Highways England, the government-owned company responsible for England's motorways and major A roads, is set to showcase its updated plans for £1.6bn road tunnel project near Stonehenge, England to international heritage experts.
Bajes Kwartier Ontwikkeling, a consortium comprising real estate developer AM, AT Capital and Cairn, is set to takeover Bijlmerbajes, a former prison complex, from the Dutch government and will transform the terrain into a new car-free city district of Amsterdam.
NCC has signed an agreement with the Swedish Transport Administration for the construction of Central Station, which is a part of the West Link project in Gothenburg.
Eurovia, a subsidiary of French construction firm VINCI, has secured a contract worth €117m to construct the infrastructure for the new Tram 9 tramway line between Porte de Choisy and Orly-Ville in Paris, France.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has agreed to provide €700m for the development and modernisation of the road infrastructure in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
BAM Nuttall has won a £85m ($118.16m) contract from London City Airport for a new 75,000m2 concrete deck extension.
A consortium of Budimex and Ferrovial Agroman has begun construction on the first stage of the Lagiewniki Road in Krakow, Poland.
Highways England has launched a consultation into a proposed £125m upgrade for two junctions along the A2 in north Kent, UK.
The Maltese Planning Authority has given approval to the Malta International Airport for a €100m master plan to extend its terminal and surrounding campus.
Lendlease has been selected by UK Secretary of State for Transport and Network Rail as Master Development Partner (MDP) to lead the planning and development of Euston station.
Eiffage, leading a consortium comprising Eiffage Rail, Razel-Bec, TSO (a subsidiary of NGE) and TSO Catenaires, has been awarded a contract by the Societe du Grand Paris for lot 1 of the Grand Paris Express line 16.
A consortium, led by VINCI Construction (Dodin Campenon Bernard, lead company; VINCI Construction France; VINCI Construction Grands Projets and Botte Fondations), together with Spie batignolles (Spie batignolles Genie Civil and Spie batignolles Fondations), has been awarded a contract by RATP as part of the Grand Paris Express programme.
A consortium comprising BAM-PGGM and Habau has achieved financial close on the Availability Model A10/A24 AS Neuruppin to AD Pankow road project in Germany.The construction volume is €650m.
UK-based rail infrastructure manager Network Rail has unveiled a £47bn, five-year plan to support economic growth, generate jobs and improve railway services in the country.The strategic business plan (SBP) will determine Network Rail’s funding needs for the five years to 2024 (control period 6 (CP6)).
Highways England has launched a consultation on plans to upgrade the A417 near Birdlip in Gloucestershire on the South West route.