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Kier selected to deliver £21m Bradford markets redevelopment in UK

30 Jan 2020 | Europe

UK-based construction firm Kier has been selected by Bradford Council as the preferred bidder to deliver £21m redevelopment of Bradford markets on Darley Street, UK.

Ramboll acquires Singapore-based firm Web Structures

9 Jan 2020 | Europe

Danish consulting engineering group Ramboll has acquired Singapore-based design and engineering consultancy Web Structures.

GM, LG Chem to build $2.3bn battery cell assembly plant in Ohio, US

9 Dec 2019 | North America

US-based General Motors (GM) in a joint venture with LG Chem is planning to build a battery cell assembly plant in Ohio, US with an investment of $2.3bn.

Saint-Gobain to acquire Continental Building Products for $1.4bn

14 Nov 2019 | North America

European construction material producer Saint-Gobain has agreed to acquire US-based gypsum product manufacturing company Continental Building Products for $1.4bn.

Tyson breaks ground on $300m case-ready beef and pork facility in US

1 Nov 2019 | North America

US-based Tyson Fresh Meats has broken ground on a $300m case-ready beef and pork facility in Eagle Mountain in Utah County, Utah.

Zekelman unveils plans for £123m ERW tube mill in Arkansas, US

31 Jul 2019 | North America

Zekelman Industries has unveiled plans to build the world’s largest continuous ERW tube mill in Blytheville, Arkansas in the US, with an investment of $150m (£123.2m).

CRH to sell Europe Distribution business to Blackstone for £1.4bn

17 Jul 2019 | Europe

Building materials group CRH has agreed to sell its building materials distribution arm Europe Distribution business to private equity funds managed by Blackstone for €1.64bn (£1.4bn).

Amazon breaks ground on new $1.5bn Air Hub in Kentucky, US

15 May 2019 | North America

American e-commerce giant Amazon has broken ground on a new $1.5bn Air Hub located in Hebron, Kentucky at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG).

Ground broken on Wavegarden Cove surf lagoon in South Korea

8 May 2019 | Asia

Wavegarden has started civil work on the Wavegarden Cove surfing lagoon in Turtle Island, Siheung in the Gyeonggi province of South Korea.

Eurovia to acquire Salini’s US asphalt plants, paving business for $555m

21 Aug 2018 | Europe

French road, rail and urban infrastructure company Eurovia has signed an agreement with Salini Impregilo Group of Italy to acquire the Lane Asphalt Plants and Paving division of its subsidiary Lane Construction, US, for a total consideration of $555m.


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