Transport Infrastructure

EIB approves €600m funding for Pune metro project in India

3 Feb 2020 | Asia

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to finance €600m for the development of €1.77bn Pune metro project in Maharashtra, India.

Metronet’s Thornlie-Cockburn Link secures federal environmental approval

3 Feb 2020 | Oceania

Metronet, a multi-government agency in Western Australia responsible for managing extensions to Perth's transport network, announced that its Thornlie-Cockburn Link (TCL) project has received state and federal environmental approval.

EBRD to provide $150m loan for highway project in Tajikistan

3 Feb 2020 | Asia

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has agreed to advance a loan of $150m for infrastructure development in Tajikistan, involving the construction of a 44km stretch of M41 highway.

BAM consortium completes N25 New Ross Bypass in Ireland

30 Jan 2020 | Europe

The N25 New Ross Bypass scheme has now been officially inaugurated by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Rose Katherine Kennedy Townsend.

Consultation begins on revised £6.8bn Lower Thames Crossing plans in UK

29 Jan 2020 | Europe

UK’s Highways England has commenced public consultation for the revised £6.8bn Lower Thames Crossing project.

GelreGroen consortium signs contract to develop A12/A15 motorway project

29 Jan 2020 | Europe

The GelreGroen consortium has signed a contract with Rijkswaterstaat, part of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure & Water Management, for the development of the A12/A15 highway Ressen-Oudbroeken (ViA15) project in the Netherlands.

Axiom Space to build commercial space station on NASA’s International Space Station

28 Jan 2020 | North America

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has selected Axiom Space, a US-based space station manufacturer, to design, build and launch the commercial space station on the International Space Station (ISS).

US Navy breaks ground on $200m Dry Dock 4 renovation project in Virginia

27 Jan 2020 | North America

US Navy’s Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) has broken ground on a project to renovate the Dry Dock 4 located in Virginia, US.

CarbonCure installs deicing pad using low-carbon technology at Calgary airport

27 Jan 2020 | North America

CarbonCure Technologies, a Canada-based cleantech company, has completed the installation of a new deicing pad, the East Deicing Apron, at YYC Calgary International Airport using CarbonCure Concrete technology.

Georgiou begins work on $81m highway upgrade project in Australia

23 Jan 2020 | Oceania

Australian construction company Georgiou has started work on the A$118m ($80.9m) High Street and Stirling Highway intersection upgrade project in Fremantle, Western Australia.

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