Nordic construction, infrastructure and property development company NCC and Swedish firm Platzer are set to begin construction on an office and hotel project in Gårda district in Gothenburg, Sweden.
L&T Construction, the construction arm of Larsen & Toubro, has won orders worth $373m (INR26.54bn) across various business segments in India.
German automobile manufacturer BMW has commenced construction on a €100m Driving Simulation Centre for the simulation of real-world driving situations at the FIZ Research and Innovation Centre in Munich, Germany.
Finnish construction company YIT and built environment services company Sitowise have submitted a plan of the ‘Tomorrow’s Helsinki’ where traffic will be moved away from Helsinki city centre, freeing up space for a pedestrian city centre in Helsinki.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has begun construction of the Misae and Sage solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in the US on behalf of the Copenhagen Infrastructure III (CI III) fund.
China State Construction Engineering (CSCEC) has secured a contract worth $140m from DAMAC Properties to build tower C of Aykon City, DAMAC’s luxury mixed-use project on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai.
Danish company Per Aarsleff has signed a $187m design and build contract with Carlsberg Byen for the construction of a 120-metre residential tower in Carlsberg City, which will be the tallest residential building in Copenhagen.
Public works authority Ashghal has signed contracts worth $275m for the construction of six new health projects in Qatar.
UK-based housing association Optivo and developer Chartway Group will construct 210 family homes under a £52.8m housing scheme at Forstal Lane in Coxheath, Maidstone.
British consultancy and construction firm Mace has been appointed by the University College London (UCL) to work on Marshgate I, the largest building in the first phase of the new UCL East campus on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Bouygues Construction subsidiary Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France has secured a contract worth €146m from Emerige to renovate 17 Boulevard Morland in the 4th arrondissement of Paris.
American engineering, construction, and management support firm Parsons Corporation has been selected by Appalachia Development Group (ADG) as EPC partner for the Appalachia Storage and Trading Hub (ASTH) in the US.
Construction engineering company Bravida has secured two contracts worth more than $296m (SEK2.7bn) from the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) to install electrics, lighting, water and waste, and fire extinguishing systems within the Stockholm Bypass Project.
The Andrews Government in the Australian state of Victoria has promised to start work on a new underground rail network circling Melbourne’s suburbs, if it is re-elected in the coming polls.
British infrastructure group Balfour Beatty has been selected by Transport Scotland to construct the next section of the £3bn A9 dualling project in Scotland, UK.
Italian energy and telecom cable systems company Prysmian Group has secured three projects, together worth more than €220m, to provide cable connections for offshore wind farms in France.
Miron Construction has broken ground on US-based Green Bay Packaging’s new paper mill in the US state of Wisconsin.
EcoWorld London, a 70% owned UK joint-venture of Malaysia-based EcoWorld International, has signed an agreement with a North American pension fund for a build-to-rent (BtR) homes in the UK.
Finnish construction company YIT Corporation has signed an agreement with the City of Kalajoki on the construction of the Merenoja comprehensive school, which will be the first in Finland to carry the Nordic Swan Ecolabel.
British mixed-use development and urban regeneration company Muse Developments has been selected by Rotherham Borough Council for the Forge Island regeneration programme.