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A consortium of contractors has won a contract worth SAR 3 billion (US$800 million) to build the first phase of the Port of NEOM in Saudi Arabia.
A group of contractors who worked in a consortium to expand the Panama Canal have won $34.9 million at a tribunal following a dispute of the project.
APM Terminals will add 47.5 hectares and 1km of deep-sea quay to existing facilities
As part of its existing container operations at the Ocean Terminal facility, 55 hybrid Konecranes rubber-tired gantry cranes were purchased.
China Civil Engineering Construction Company (CCECC) was awarded the contract
Dublin Port Company has started a formal consultation on a €400m expansion, including a 190m-long lifting bridge over the river Liffey.
The projects are expected to commence between the second and third quarter of this year
First of two reactor pressure vessels takes a multi-modal journey to Hinkley Point C nuclear power stration construction site in the United Kingdom
Structure will be the first phase of new 3.5GW offshore energy grid
A Liebherr HS 8100.1 duty cycle crawler crane digs deep on the Florida coast.
Italian companies worked on a technical solution for load out operations
ICST reports on the latest offshore heavy lifting projects
Spanish energy provider completes first phase of construction on €350m Saint-Brieuc project
The Yeu and Noirmoutier islands offshore wind farm will have a total capacity of 496 MW and produce an average 1,900 GWh yearly
As 2022 closes, we highlight reasons to be cheerful about construction
Power firm Eolus partners with Simply Blue Group to develop major Nordic wind farms
First turbine installed at Arcadis Ost 1 wind farm using engineered floating installation method