Lendlease Engineering and its joint venture partner CPB Contractors have won a contract worth A$644m (£356m) to undertake major bulk earthworks package at the federally funded A$5.3bn (£3bn) Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of India have signed a $350m (£285m) loan to rehabilitate and upgrade about 850km of state highways and major district roads in the state of Chhattisgarh.
Sound Transit and its partners have broken ground of the $2.9bn (£2.4bn), 8.5-mile Lynnwood Link Extension, which will extend the light rail from Northgate to Lynnwood City Center in Washington, US.
Swiss construction services company Implenia has secured an order for twin-track expansion of the railway line between Varberg and Hamra in the west coast of Sweden.
CPB Contractors, the construction company of Australian engineering services company CIMIC Group, along with its joint venture partner Lendlease, has won an earthworks contract for the federally funded A$5.3bn (£3bn) Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.
Three consortia, comprising major construction companies in Australia and around the world, have been shortlisted by the government of the Australian the state of Victoria to build the North East Link’s twin road tunnels project.
L&T Construction, the construction subsidiary of technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services conglomerate Larsen & Toubro, has won an EPC contract from Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIAPL) for the Greenfield Navi Mumbai International Airport in Mumbai, India.
Slater Avenue bridge in Fountain Valley, the first bridge under the $1.9bn (£1.5bn) I-405 Improvement Project has been inaugurated in Orange County, California.
CPB Contractors and UGL, subsidiaries of Australian construction and engineering services company CIMIC Group, along with Unity Alliance partners, have finalised a contract with the Queensland government to deliver the rail, integration and systems (RIS) package of the Cross River Rail project.
Mobilinx consortium has been selected by Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx as the preferred proponent to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Hurontario Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, which is expected to cost C$1.4bn (£860m).
UK-based security solutions provider Smiths Detection has opened a new training and experience centre in India to serve airport clients.
The Government of Canada has announced funding of up to C$1.2bn (£743.3m) for public transit network in Quebec City.
The Port Authority of New York (NY) and New Jersey (NY) have issued a Request for Qualification to solicit input for the design and operation of a new Central Hall linking the new Terminals B and C at LaGuardia Airport.
The UK’s Department for Transport (DfT) has announced major upgrades to a northern trans-Pennine route to reduce congestion and improve safety and journey times for thousands for drivers.
A joint venture of US engineering and construction company Fluor and United Infrastructure Group has been selected by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) to widen and improve the nearly 12km stretch of Interstate 26 from Exit 40 (N.C. 280/Airport Road) to the I-40 interchange in Asheville.
Kiewit-Parsons has won a design-build contract from the Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority for the next phase of the Foothill Gold Line light rail extension in Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties in the US.
Spanish company Ferrovial, through a consortium led by its toll road subsidiary Cintra Infraestructuras, has won a contract worth $910m (£754m) to build and operate a new extension (segment 3C) to the North Tarrant Express in Texas, US.
WSP USA, an engineering and professional services consultancy, has been selected by the Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) to provide programme management and construction management (PMCM) services for its Airfield Safety Enhancement (ASE) Program at Tucson International Airport, US.
The Port of Long Beach in California has selected construction consulting firm HDR to design the $870m (£716.2m) rail project that can reduce bottlenecks at the container port.
Gatwick Airport in the UK has unveiled plans for a £1.11bn Capital Investment Programme (CIP) in automation and technology.