Hines, Urban Atlantic, and Triden Development Group along with joint venture partner Bridge Investment Group have acquired a 1.5-acre site at The Parks at Walter Reed to develop a multifamily property in Washington, DC.
Marcus & Millichap, a subsidiary of Marcus & Millichap Capital (MMCC), has offered a $34.5m construction loan for a 48-unit condominium development project in Pasadena, California.
South Korea-based car parts company Hyundai Mobis has unveiled plans to expand its technical centre in India to strengthen its software development for autonomous vehicles.
Aecom has been selected by the Rhode Island National Guard to provide oversight and management services in assessing, planning and the design to convert the existing facilities into non-acute care facilities for treating patients with COVID-19 in the state.
Brownfield developer Inland Homes has signed an agreement with Homes England, a UK Government body charged with housing delivery, for a £200m development in Basildon, Essex.
LD Celulose, a joint venture between Duratex and Lenzing group, has awarded an engineering, procurement and construction contract to Pöyry, a subsidiary of AFRY, to build a new dissolving pulp plant in Brazil.
US-based MYCON General Contractors has commenced construction on new coordination complex of Brazos Transit District in Texas, US.
Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Construction has received three engineering procurement construction (EPC) contracts from the Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation (KUIDFC) in India.
Property developer Godwin Developments has signed a collaboration agreement with Lord Stafford to develop an £80m mixed-use scheme in the Castlefields area, England.
Homes England, the public body that funds affordable housing in the UK, has selected Vistry Partnerships to build more than 570 homes in the country, under six new developments.
Kier, a UK-based construction company, has been selected by Swansea Council to convert Bay Studios in Swansea into a field hospital with 850 beds for NHS to deal with COVID-19 pandemic in Wales.
AECOM, a US-based engineering firm, has announced that it is supporting the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), New York District by offering design and construction management services in building a temporary medical facility to deal with the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak in the region.
The Scottish Government has issued new guidance that calls for the immediate stop construction on sites across the region that do not support crucial work during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
BAM Construction has been selected as a design and build contractor for a project to convert Harrogate Convention Centre in North Yorkshire, England into an NHS Nightingale hospital to treat the coronavirus patients.
McCain Manufacturing, a US-based manufacturer of modular walls, has started manufacturing quick-to-build containment walls in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
Veidekke, a Norwegian construction company, has been selected by the Vestfold and Telemark county municipality in Norway to build and refurbish Sandefjord Upper Secondary School.
Graham, Balfour Beatty Group, Kier Group and Robertson Group have commenced work on a project to transform Scottish Events Campus in Glasgow, UK into a new temporary 300-bed hospital to treat coronavirus patients.
HGA, a design firm, and Boldt, a US-based construction company, have collaborated and designed the Strategic Temporary Acuity-Adaptable Treatment Mod (STAAT Mod), a critical care solution to address the shortage of hospital beds due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Spanish engineering company Abengoa along with its partner SEPCOIII, engineering and construction company, has been selected to build the Jubail 3A reverse osmosis desalination plant in Saudi Arabia.
Century Bridge Capital, an equity investment capital company, has invested in a residential project in Taicang, China, being developed by Jingrui.