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Strabag picked for Dubrovnik Airport scheme

14 Sep 2017: A Strabag-led joint venture is to modernise and expand the runways and lighting at Dubrovnik Airport in Croatia. more »

BAM to recycle prison for new housing estate

13 Sep 2017: BAM is to carry out a major redevelopment project that includes recycling 98% of the materials from a former Dutch prison. more »

Hochtief wins Singapore sewerage project

13 Sep 2017: Hochtief subisidiary Leighton Asia has won a contract for 7.9km of sewer tunnels in Singpore. more »

Morgan donates $1m to hurricane relief

12 Sep 2017: Redrow majority owner Steve Morgan has donated a million US dollars to the Barbuda Relief Fund to help clear up the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma. more »

New Venice to be built in Dubai

11 Sep 2017: Plans have been unveiled for Floating Venice, an AED2.5bn (£516m) resort that will be built in Dubai. more »

UN launches sustainable development initiative

11 Sep 2017: United Nations has launched a new partnership in response to challenges arising from the growing pace of urbanisation. more »

HDR to design $288m Australian detention centre

11 Sep 2017: HDR has been named as principal consultant for a new youth justice centre in the Australian state of Victoria. more »

Team picked for rebuild of historic Czech theatre

11 Sep 2017: A consortium of three contractors has been chosen for a €20m (£18m) project to rebuild the Janáček Theatre in the Czech city of Brno. more »

BAM team lands €753m lock contract

11 Sep 2017: The €753m (£686m) construction contract has been awarded for a major new lock at Terneuzen in the Scheldt estuary between the Netherlands and Belgium. more »

Irish construction growth slows

11 Sep 2017: Ireland’s construction activity continues to experience marked growth but the pace has slowed to a 29-month low. more »

Singapore awards civils work for underground line

11 Sep 2017: Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded civils contracts with a combined value of S$1.75bn (£663m) for construction of the Circle Line 6 (CCL6). more »

Amazon to invest $5bn building second HQ

8 Sep 2017: Amazon is to invest over US$5bn (£3.8bn) developing a second ‘headquarters city’ somewhere in North America. more »

German construction grows at record pace

8 Sep 2017: Germany has experienced its fastest rise in new construction work since the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) survey began in September 1999. more »

Big-ticket projects drive growth in Australian construction

8 Sep 2017: Australia’s construction sector continued to expand in August, albeit at a reduced pace compared to July. more »

Bouygues team to look after Dijon

8 Sep 2017: A consortium headed by Bouygues Energies & Services has won a 12-year contract to manage public facilities across the whole metropolitan area of Dijon in France. more »

British construction products firm to build US factory

7 Sep 2017: Staffordshire-based Don Construction Products (DCP) is to invest US$6.2m (£4.75m) building its first US manufacturing operations. more »

Canada puts $3.5bn bridge project on hold

7 Sep 2017: The Canadian province of British Columbia has cancelled the current procurement process for a CA$3.5bn (£2.2bn) bridge pending a review of the project. more »

Thales wins Taiwan metro signalling contract

7 Sep 2017: Thales has won the signalling contract for a new light rail transit project in Taiwan. more »

Arcadis mulls future of its CallisonRTKL business

6 Sep 2017: Arcadis is to explore strategic options for its CallisonRTKL division, including possible disposal. more »

New Zealand building activity slips

6 Sep 2017: The winding-down of post-earthquake construction in Canterbury is resulting in a fall in New Zealand’s building activity. more »

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