UK-based property development firm Quintain has awarded a £130m ($169.7m) contract to McLaren Construction to deliver the fourth development at Wembley Park in the UK.
Swedish construction and civil engineering company Peab has secured a NOK784m ($88.3m) contract from Nye Veier for the extension of E6 between Kvål and Melhus in Norway.
Enfield Council has signed a development agreement with Vistry Partnerships (formerly Galliford Try Partnerships) to build 900 new homes on Meridian One, which is part of the first phase of the £6bn Meridian Water development in London, UK.
Finnish construction company YIT has signed a €13m ($14.4m) contract with Port of Tallinn for the construction of new cruise terminal in Tallinn, Estonia.
Danish consulting engineering group Ramboll has acquired Singapore-based design and engineering consultancy Web Structures.
Logistics developer Tritax Symmetry’s application for a 1.5mft² Symmetry Park near Wigan has been recommended for approval at Wigan Council’s planning committee next week.
Galliford Try has completed the sale of its housebuilding businesses to Bovis Homes under a transaction worth £1.1bn.
UK-based construction firm Mace has submitted a planning application for a £350m ($457.5m) scheme to regenerate Stevenage Town Centre in England, UK.
Norwegian construction company Veidekke has signed a contract with Kjøpmannsgata Ung Kunst to build an arts centre in Trondheim city, Norway.
British housebuilding company Bovis Homes has formed a joint venture with Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing (MTVH), a housing association, to build 783 homes on £240m development in Cambourne West, near Cambridge.
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