UK-based construction company Balfour Beatty, construction engineering firm Colas and WSP UK, the British subsidiary of Canadian consultant company WSP Global, have been recommended to deliver highways services for Lincolnshire County Council from 1 April 2020.
A consortium led by American construction consulting firm Hill International has signed an agreement with the Thessaloniki Port Authority (THPA) to provide design and project management services for the expansion of the marine works infrastructure of Pier 6.
Swedish construction firm NCC has secured a contract worth SEK900m (£75.6m) from Bybanen Utbygging, a department of Hordaland County Council in Norway, to build the D14 Mindemyren project, part of the Bergen Light Rail line.
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.
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.
Gatwick Airport in the UK has unveiled plans for a £1.11bn Capital Investment Programme (CIP) in automation and technology.
The UK government has agreed to invest £24m in constructing a new relief road in Wokingham to reduce congestion, increase employment and create opportunities for greener forms of travel.
Balfour Beatty Living Places has secured a £34m extension of the Warwickshire Highways Maintenance contract from Coventry City Council, Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council and Warwickshire County Council.
The Welsh government has granted approval for the development of the Cardiff bus interchange on the north side of Cardiff Central railway station.
International construction company John Sisk & Son has won a contract, worth £78m, from a joint venture of Highways England and Walsall Council to upgrade Junction 10 of the M6 motorway in Walsall, UK.
Specialist building envelope contractor Prater has been awarded a contract to deliver the full envelope package for redevelopment work at Manchester Airport’s Terminal 2.
Highways England, a government-owned company responsible for motorways and major trunk roads in England, has awarded two contracts to construction firms Geoffrey Osborne and VolkerFitzpatrick.
Sacyr Neopul, a subsidiary of Spanish construction firm Sacyr specialising in the electrification and maintenance of railway tracks, has been awarded four new rail infrastructure projects worth €99.8m (£90.1m) in Spain and Ireland.
Norfolk County Council’s Cabinet has agreed on Norwich Western Link, a preferred route for a new link road that would improve travel between A47 and Broadland Northway west of Norwich.
HS2 has unveiled designs for a new automated people mover that will connect the Interchange Station with new stops at Birmingham Airport, Birmingham International Station, and the National Exhibition Centre (NEC).
Highways England, a government-owned company for operating, maintaining and improving England's motorways, is seeking potential contractors to deliver upgrades to the A303 between Amesbury and Berwick Down near Stonehenge in southeast England.
The UK’s Department for Transport (DfT) has approved an investment of £150m to upgrade Gatwick Airport train station.
Cardiff City Council leader Councillor Huw Thomas has called for a new £1bn transportation plan, including a light rail/tram network connecting major population centres and new suburbs in west to Cardiff Central, to cut congestion and improve air quality in the Welsh capital.
Highways England, a government-owned company for operating, maintaining and improving England's motorways, is planning to upgrade one of the motorway junctions on the M3, junction 9 at Winchester in Hampshire.
Strabag Rail, a subsidiary of Austrian construction firm Strabag, has secured a contract worth €150m (£134.6m) for the modernisation of a railway section in Czech Republic.