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Thales wins Taiwanese light rail contract

8 Apr 2015: Thales has won a €17m (£12.5m) contract for signalling, communications and the operational control centre for Taiwan’s second tramway line. more »

Two teams picked for Auckland rail link

8 Apr 2015: Two construction consortia have been appointed to begin the first phase of the Central Rail Link (CRL) construction in the downtown area of Auckland. more »

Leighton to build mega reservoirs in Qatar

7 Apr 2015: Habtoor Leighton Group (HLG) has won a QR2.2bn (£405m) construction contract for what are claimed to be the world’s largest reinforced concrete reservoirs. more »

Balfour Beatty wins Dublin Airport contract

7 Apr 2015: Balfour Beatty has won a €14m (£10.2m) contract to extend the multi-storey car park serving Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport. more »

Netherlands approves €2bn toll link to Germany

7 Apr 2015: The Dutch cabinet has approved a bill that will allow construction of two missing links in the road network with a combined construction cost of almost €2bn. more »

Carillion loses out on £225m Dubai contract

2 Apr 2015: Carillion's Middle East joint venture has backed away from a £225m contract in Dubai for which it had already been selected. more »

Hungary suspends motorway project over suspected cartel

2 Apr 2015: Hungary’s government has suspended the construction of a section of the M4 motorway because of suspected cartel activity. more »

Mott MacDonald picked for Moroccan desalination plant

2 Apr 2015: Mott MacDonald has been appointed as lender’s technical advisor for the development of a major desalination plant in Morocco. more »

Vinci wins French airport concession

2 Apr 2015: Vinci Airports has won a 25-year concession contract for Toulon Hyères International Airport in France. more »

Lafarge-Holcim merger gains Indian approval

2 Apr 2015: The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has cleared the proposed merger between Lafarge and Holcim. more »

Final 2000-tonne lift brings TBM Bertha up for repairs - video

1 Apr 2015: Seattle Tunnel Partners (STV) has completed a 2,000-tonne lift to bring the front end of the world’s biggest tunnel boring machine up to the surface for repairs. more »

Foster picked for Jeddah transport masterplan

1 Apr 2015: Foster + Partners has signed a contract to develop the architectural vision for a city-wide public transport plan in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. more »

Finnish contractor pulls out of 2000-home St Petersburg scheme

1 Apr 2015: Lemminkäinen has withdrawn from its role developing the Ilmatar housing project in Russia. more »

Colombia tenders airport contract

1 Apr 2015: Colombia is tendering a contract for studies, design and construction of infrastructure needed to support Palonegro International Airport. more »

California announces $1bn emergency drought measures

31 Mar 2015: California’s governor Edmund Brown has signed emergency legislation to fast-track more than US$1bn (£675m) in funding for drought relief and water infrastructure projects. more »

Sweett teams up with Canadian consultant

31 Mar 2015: Sweett has formed a strategic alliance with Toronto-based consulting firm Pelican Woodcliff. more »

Contract let for pilot scheme at world heritage sites

31 Mar 2015: Algeria’s Ministry of Culture has awarded Louis Berger an EU-funded contract for the design and work supervision of pilot rehabilitation works at two World Heritage sites. more »

Soletanche Freyssinet gets new CEO

31 Mar 2015: Vinci subsidiary Soletanche Freyssinet has appointed an engineer with a Master’s degree from Imperial College as its new CEO. more »

Plans unveiled for world's tallest hotel

30 Mar 2015: A Swiss entrepreneur has unveiled the design of what would be the world’s tallest hotel. more »

Casting call for Limerick Opera site

30 Mar 2015: Limerick has received the green light for the €80-€100m (£58m-£73m) development of its strategic Opera Centre site and expressions of interest are now being invited. more »

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