Strabag has been selected to widen the Hochstraße Elbmarsch (K20), a viaduct section of the A7 motorway in Germany from three to four lanes in both directions.
A consortium comprising Japanese engineer Hitachi and Italian contractors Webuild and Astaldi has been awarded a contract worth €2.5bn to commence work on the first section of the €4.8bn Verona-Padua high-speed/high-capacity railway project in Italy.
UK-based infrastructure management company Amey has secured a £240m Specialist Bridge Inspection and Maintenance (SBIM) contract from Highways England for the Avonmouth and Severn Bridges.
Highways England, the government-owned agency that develops roads and motorways, has announced that it will invest £114m to improve roads, pavements and bridges in East of England over the next one year.
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has launched plans to increase cycling and walking in England with an investment of £2bn that was announced earlier this year.
The UK Government has announced an investment of £589m to improve the northern rail network including the up-gradation and electrification of Transpennine mainline.
Aecom, a provider of infrastructure services, has been selected by Kent County Council (KCC) to provide professional services for the £140m traffic improvement scheme A229 at Blue Bell Hill in Kent, UK.
Strabag along with its local consortium partner has won a €202m contract of Lot 3 for the modernisation of the Elin Pelin–Kostenets railway line in Bulgaria.
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) of Singapore has awarded four civil contracts, worth S$682.5m ($490.7m) in total, for the Jurong Region Line (JRL) project.
Norrköpings Hamn, the company managing the Pampus Port, has selected Peab for the extension of the port on Händel Island in Norrköping, Sweden.
Spanish infrastructure and energy company Acciona, in consortium with its Polish subsidiary Mostostal Warszawa, has secured two contracts, worth €642m, to build the S19 and S7 expressways in Poland.
Swedish construction firm NCC has agreed to sell its Road Services division in Sweden and Finland to Mutares, a Germany-based holding company.
Ferrovial’s Polish subsidiary Budimex has secured a contract, worth about €433m, to rebuild the country’s second busiest and biggest train station, Warszawa Zachodnia station, located in Warsaw’s western area of the city.
The Highways England had selected Arup, in collaboration with Ramboll, as the technical advisor for its Regional Delivery Partnership (RDP) framework.
A consortium led by Vinci Construction Grands Projets has secured a £220m contract from Tunnel Euralpin Lyon Turin (TELT) for the works package 5A of the Lyon–Turin rail line.
Eiffage Énergie Systèmes, a subsidiary of Eiffage, and ENGIE Solutions have secured a €58m contract to build the ventilation, smoke extraction and decompression system for lines 16 and 17 tunnels of the Grand Paris Express network.
Amey, a UK-based infrastructure management company, has collaborated with Iterchimica, an Italian asphalt additives company, to trial sustainable graphene-based asphalt in Kent, UK.
HS2, the developer of the UK's High Speed 2 project, has shortlisted three bidders for the construction of the £570m Birmingham Curzon Street station project.
Danish engineering services firm Ramboll has been selected by Storstrøm Bridge Joint Venture (SBJV) to assist in the design and approval process of the new Storstrøm Bridge in Denmark.
The UK government-owned Highways England announced a 15-year plan to bring the digital revolution to the construction industry which could increase productivity, save billions of pounds while slashing the number of fatal building site accidents.