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Dutch museum awards contract for underground expansion

26 Jul 2017: A VolkerWessels subsidiary has been appointed to carry out underground expansion work at the Paleis Het Loo museum in Apeldoorn in the Netherlands. more »

Sales up at Caterpillar

26 Jul 2017: Caterpillar’s sales and revenue for the second quarter of 2017 amounted to US$11.3bn, up from US$10.3bn for the same period last year. more »

Melbourne Metro Tunnel set to create 7,000 jobs

25 Jul 2017: The premier of the Australian state of Victoria has announced that nearly 7,000 jobs will be created by the Metro Tunnel project. more »

ALE buys offshore lifting specialist

25 Jul 2017: ALE has bought Dutch structural engineering and lifting contractor Conbit. more »

Terex Trucks appoints Spanish distributor

25 Jul 2017: Scottish-made Terex rigid dump trucks are to be distributed in Spain following a new deal. more »

Colas secures Moroccan tramway contract

24 Jul 2017: Colas has won a construction contract to extend a tramway line in Morocco. more »

Whitewater project calls on Volvo excavators

24 Jul 2017: Volvo excavators have been put to work in a US river to create a safe passageway for whitewater enthusiasts. more »

Ashtead buys Ontario rental business

24 Jul 2017: Ashtead's North American subsidiary has struck a CA$275m (£168m) deal to buy an Ontario-based rental business. more »

New York moves forward with $5.6bn rail scheme

21 Jul 2017: All 100 projects needed to transform the busy Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) in New York are now moving forward. more »

Van Oord picked for Dubai Harbour project

21 Jul 2017: Van Oord has won a contract on a major waterfront project in Dubai. more »

European construction activity drops

21 Jul 2017: Construction output across the 28 countries of the European Union (EU28) dropped by 1.1% in May compared to April, though grew compared to the previous year. more »

Canada’s supreme court to get $1bn refurb

20 Jul 2017: The Supreme Court of Canada is to be rehabilitated under a project with a budget of over CA$1bn (£608m). more »

WSP buys Chilean firm

20 Jul 2017: WSP has bought a 730-employee professional services firm as part of a strategy of expansion in Latin America. more »

China chooses site for new city

20 Jul 2017: The site has been chosen for a new city that will be built near Wuhan in China. more »

Tendering starts for $10bn NY airport project

19 Jul 2017: A request for proposals (RFP) has been issued for the planning and engineering of a US$10bn (£7.7bn) redevelopment project at New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport. more »

Jacobs wins role on $7.6bn rail scheme

19 Jul 2017: Jacobs has won the track design contract for a US$7.6bn (£5.8bn) rail line in Malaysia. more »

Fugro picked for Australian undersea power cable

19 Jul 2017: Fugro is to install a 15km undersea power cable from the Australian mainland to Kangaroo Island. more »

Motts team picked for Auckland airport scheme

18 Jul 2017: A consortium led by Mott MacDonald has been chosen for the design of a new terminal at Auckland Airport in New Zealand. more »

Shenzhen plans five new metro lines

18 Jul 2017: Construction of five new metro lines in the Chinese city of Shenzhen is set to begin this year. more »

Danish equipment rental business changes hands

18 Jul 2017: Cramo Group has sold the assets of its Danish equipment rental business to Loxam. more »

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