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Felbermayr turbine trek
The challenging 350 km transport of a 300 tonne turbine and other units in Romania was carried out by Felbermayr in a four month period to April 2010
VIDEO: An overview of Brisbane's AU$ 2.2 billion, 6.8 km-long CLEM7 tunnel
The 4.8 km-long Clem Jones Tunnel (CLEM7), Brisbane, Australia is a 6.8 km-long tollway consisting of twin, 2-lane tunnels linking five major roads north and south of the Brisbane River, and is the city's largest ever infrastructure project.
Load out record for Tiong Woon
Tiong Woon Corporation has completed the load-out of a 1,650 tonne Carbon Dioxide (CO2) removal module, setting a company record
Pumping starts at Canary Wharf Crossrail station site
Work at the Canary Wharf Crossrail station took a major step forward with the turning on of the site's dewatering pumps.
Lift and Shift India makes record move
What is claimed as India's largest and heaviest load has been moved by Lift & Shift India
First contract awarded for "Mass Transit Tunnel" scheme
NJ Transit approves first major tunnelling contract for US$ 8.7 billion Mass Transit Tunnel, the US's largest public transport project that aimes to double commuter rail capacity between New Jersey and New York.
Sarens' quick reaction
In June Sarens Polska transported a reactor from a barge to the Włocławek Chemical Plant for client ZTE Radom
Rental duo for Sao Paulo metro expansion
Two Manitowoc cranes are lifting compact equipment, hand tools and fixtures and fittings into the Estacao Faria Lima station box.
Rental duo for Sao Paulo metro expansion
As part of the M&E fit-out at Sao Paulo, Brazil's Estacao Faria Lima metro station two Manitowoc cranes are lifting compact equipment, hand tools and fixtures and fittings into the station box.
The canal structures
Facts and figures
Saudi Arabia unveils transport plan
Saudi Arabia's transport minister, Jabara Al-Seraisry, has unveiled plans for a SAR 21 billion (US$ 5.6 billion) monorail project in the capital Jeddah, according to local news agency Arab Herald.
Liebherr storms the peaks
An unusual mode of transport was used to move a small tower crane to its jobsite in the Swiss Alps
Third Panama Canal expansion contract awarded
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has awarded Costa Rica's Constructora MECO the third of four dry excavation contracts for expansion of the Panama canal.
Seoul-Incheon Canal to start in March
The Korean government is to start construction of the Seoul-Incheon Canal in March at a cost of WON 2.25 trillion (US$ 2 billion), according to local media reports.
Trail blazing by Felbermayr
Felbermayr transported a new 221 tonne transformer on a 90 km journey in Austria. It was the first time an SPMT had been used on public roads in the country. In April 2008, the old transformer from the Styrian Hessenberg substation was decommissioned and preparations for installing the new transformer got underway
Construction of US$ 3 billion Bahrain-Qatar causeway to start in January
Construction of the World's longest bridge, the 40 km-long Bahrain-Qatar causeway is expected to start in January 2009, according local press reports.
Brazil needs to spend US$ 43 billion to prepare for 2014 FIFA World Cup
Brasil will need to spend BRL 100 billion (US$ 43 billion) on its infrastructure in preparation for the 2014 FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) World Cup.
Brazilian government to fund sanitation and urbanisation projects
Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has signed contracts worth BRL 2.7 billion (US$ 1.6 billion) with 12 state governors for sanitation and urbanisation works, according to government news agency Radiobrás.
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