Hensel Phelps Construction has won a $66m contract from the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority for new facilities and site preparation of 35 acres in the Tampa International Airport’s new SkyCenter development area.
Weston Homes, along with landowner Columbia Threadneedle, has secured a Resolution to Grant planning permission from Norwich City Council for the regeneration of Anglia Square in central Norwich, UK, into a £300m mixed-use urban quarter.
American Campus Communities (ACC), which owns, manages and develops student housing communities in the US, and Walt Disney WorldResorthave broken ground on a $630m residential community for participants of the Disney College Program, known as Disney Internships & Programs.
Australian company Downer Group and South Australia’s City of Onkaparinga have partnered with resource recovery and recycling companies Close the Loop and RED Group for the construction of the first South Australian road built with soft plastics and glass.
Lane Construction, the US subsidiary of Italian construction and civil engineering company Salini Impregilo, has won two highway contracts in North Carolina, US, together worth $460m.
Australian construction and civil engineering company Watpac has won a A$206m ($148.5m) design and build contract for the Saint Teresa of Kolkata Building at Australian Catholic University (ACU) in Melbourne, Australia.
Preston Bypass, the first and longest motorway in Britain, which has turned 60 and is now part of the M6, is set for a £900m technology upgrade.
City Rail Link (CRL) has achieved a milestone with the breakthrough from the Albert Street tunnels to CRL tunnels across the Commercial Bay site in Downtown Auckland, New Zealand.
Consortium Panamá Cuarto Puente, comprising China Communications Construction and China Harbor Engineering, has secured an order to commence work on the design and construction of a $1.5bn fourth bridge over the Panama Canal.
Network Rail has announced the first multi-million-pound contracts for Control Period 6 (2019-2024), worth £645m.
Highways England has invited companies to join the £4.5bn Smart Motorway Alliance to improve motorway journeys and continue the work to connect the country.
The Meritex Company has broken ground on the final phase of expansion of CLT Logistics Center, located near the Charlotte Douglas International Airport, North Carolina, US.
L&T Construction, the construction subsidiary of L&T, has won orders worth INR32.33bn ($458m) across business segments in India and abroad.
Oklahoma City-based Allen Contracting has secured a $105m contract from the Oklahoma Transportation Commission for the next phase of the I-235/US-77 corridor widening and reconstruction at the I-44 interchange.
American Campus Communities (ACC), which owns, manages and develops student housing, has commenced construction on a new on-campus student housing development in a public-private partnership (PPP) with San Francisco State University (SFSU).
France-based Nexans has won a full turnkey contract worth more than €100m from the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) for a submarine link of the Mindanao Visayas Interconnection Project (MVIP) with the national grid.
Polish company Porto, Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (BGK) and the European Investment Bank (EIB) are financing POSEJDON office and service complex, a modern and pro-ecological construction project planned in Szczecin, Poland.
Swedish construction company NCC has secured a turnkey contract worth SEK455m ($51m) from the Transport Administration to build a new four-lane express road, crossings and bridges along European route E14 outside Sundsvall, Sweden, and to reconstruct the current route.
Spanish construction and civil engineering company OHL, through its subsidiary Judlau, has secured a €212m project ($253m) from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority – Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority (MTA TBTA) – for the replacement of roadway deck in suspended spans at the Throgs Neck Bridge (TNB), New York.
Dredging International, GeoSea and Tideway – subsidiaries of Belgian company Dredging, Environmental and Marine Engineering (DEME), have won contracts worth €500m for the 487MW SeaMade Offshore Wind Farm in Belgium.