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Scottish capital’s council signs MoU with developers on €2.3 billion project
Contractor Skanska has won a $311 million contract to build a new residence and campus centre for Simmons University in Boston, USA
Hong Kong-based construction contractor Gammon has won a HK$3.7 billion (US$470 million) deal to build a new ‘CyberPort’ building to house a creative digital community overlooking Telegraph Bay.
Disney has opted to scrap plans to build a corporate campus in central Florida that would have been worth nearly $1 billion.
Contractor Eiffage is to build two new courts for the French Public Justice Infrastructure Agency (APIJ), in a deal worth €168 million.
Bouygues and Intrakat set to deliver 200m-high Riviera Tower project in Athens
A city skyline bristling with tower cranes is normally taken as a good omen in the world of construction.
Fisia Italimpianti, a subsidiary of the Webuild Group, has won two water treatment plant contracts worth a combined €408 million ($439 million).
Pioneering AMCS Technologies collision avoidance safety system for crawler and tower cranes operating together on site
A total of six construction companies and eight individuals face indictments relating to fraud and corruption on affordable housing projects in New York City and the tri-state area.
German construction company Kraus Gruppe is using a 3D printer to construct Europe’s largest 3D-printed building in the city of Heidelberg.
A total of 17 construction consortia have pre-qualified to build 21 sea water desalination plants in Egypt.
US-based contractor Tutor Perini has won a $2.95 billion contract to design and build a new jail in Brooklyn under the New York City borough jails system.
Two project managers working on the construction of the new Discovery Building at Rothera for the British Antarctic Survey describe the challenges of working in such an unforgiving environment.
ECR25 compact excavator brought in by helicopter to aid iconic cable car project
Glencar awarded €140 million contract for Vantage’s six-storey technology hub
China is to test the feasibility of constructing buildings on the moon using 3D printing.
The US government has recommended $562 million in funding for nearly 150 flooding resilience projects across 30 coastal states and territories.
Contractors Clough and Saipem have reached financial close on a €2.56 billion (US$2.8 billion) deal to build Australia’s largest urea plant.
Full-service electric vehicle (EV) charging centre developer Rove is to start construction of the first six of a network of 20 centres across California.