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.
Royal BAM Group (BAM) has been selected by US developer Oak View Group (OVG) as the preferred construction partner for the £350 indoor entertainment arena in the UK.
China-based solar manufacturer GCL System Integration Technology (GCL-SI) is planning to build a solar panel manufacturing plant with an investment of CNY18bn ($2.5bn).
South Korea-based Hyundai Motor Company has announced that it will establish Hyundai Mobility Global Innovation Center (HMGICs), a new automotive innovation centre in Singapore.
Swedish construction and development company Skanska has secured a SEK550m ($54.8m) contract from Stena Fastigheter to construct multi-family buildings in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Peab, a Swedish construction and civil engineering company, has secured a SEK650m ($64.9m) contract from Komatsu Forest to build a new factory in Sweden.
Plastics and chemicals manufacturer LyondellBasell announced that it will slow down the construction at its propylene oxide (PO) and tertiary butyl alcohol (TBA) plant in Channelview, Texas amid concerns of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
Metsä Fibre, part of Metsä Group, has announced its decision to build what it claims to be the world’s most modern sawmill in Rauma, Finland, with an investment of approximately €200m.
The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has received a verbal mission assignment from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to build a large alternate care facility in downtown Detroit, in response to nation’s fight against Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.
The Michaels Organization, a residential real estate firm, has secured financing to build the third phase of Jordan Downs redevelopment in California, US.
UK-based drinks manufacturer Innocent is set to commence construction on the $250m carbon-neutral factory in Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
Manchester City Council has given its approval to One Manchester for the development of 139 low-carbon homes, of which 50% will be made available for social rent.
A team led by UK-based architect Feilden Fowles has won the international competition to design the £16.5m Central Hall building for the National Railway Museum in York, UK.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a €480m loan agreement with LG Chem Group’s Polish subsidiary LG Chem Wroclaw Energy to fund the construction of electric vehicle battery production facilities in Wroclaw, Poland.
Sembcorp Design and Construction, a wholly-owned subsidiary of property group Chip Eng Seng, has been awarded a contract, worth SGD433m ($300.8m) to build biosolid treatment facility for the Tuas Water Reclamation Plant (WRP).
Construction company BAM announced that it has paused all its activities at construction sites across the UK to review working practices necessary to reduce the risks of spreading Covid-19 (coronavirus).
Real estate firm Hines and its joint venture partner Pederson Group announced that they have closed on the land for the development of 325-unit luxury residential property in north Phoenix, Arizona.Located at the northwest corner of Happy Valley Road and 35th Avenue, the multifamily property include six, threeo-storey buildings. An additional one-storey building will include a cloubhouse and a fitness amenity surrounding a pool. In total, Hines plans to develop 318,000ft² of space.The apartment property is expected to include 161 one-bedroom, 140 two-bedroom and 24 three-bedroom apartments. While rent prices have not been confirmed yet, the joint venture partners plan to begin construction of the property in the fourth quarter of this year. The announcement from Hines comes at a time when it has broken ground on Adeline, its first luxury for-rent property in Phoenix. Adeline will be a 25-story, 379-unit high-rise community at the Collier Center in downtown Phoenix.Hines managing director Robert Trujillo said: “Hines jumped at the opportunity to work with our partners on this project on Happy Valley Road. Our luxury multifamily project is positioned well to meet the expanding need for suburban luxury multifamily options in the submarket.” This property of Hines is part of a larger commercial development by Pederson Group which owns the adjacent 167,000ft² Stetson Village shopping center and has plans to develop seven acres of a mix of retail services directly in front of Hines’ multifamily development on Happy Valley Road.Pederson Group CEO Jim Pederson said: “The Pederson Group acquired the 23-acre site from the Arizona State Land Trust. “We sought a quality multifamily developer to partner with us to create a fine mixed-use project. We’re thrilled to work with Hines.”
The Organizing Committee of the 31st FISU Summer World University Games Chengdu announced that the construction of the main steel structure for the aquatic centre has been completed recently.The committee has announced the completion of steel structure construction of the roof with the water-proof sealing.