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Skanska lands New York hospital expansion

08/01/2015: Skanska has signed a contract to expand the facilities of NYU Langone Medical Center in New York City. more »

German construction sector loses jobs as expansion slows

08/01/2015: German construction output continued to rise at the end of 2014 but the rate of expansion was marginal and companies lowered their employment levels for the first time in three months. more »

Keller wins Singapore airport contract

07/01/2015: Keller has won a contract worth S$56m (£28m) at Changi Airport in Singapore. more »

BAM signs deal for Utrecht tram line

07/01/2015: Royal BAM Group has signed a contract for the construction of the Uithofline tram infrastructure in Utrecht in the Netherlands. more »

Iceland tenders foreign language school

07/01/2015: Iceland has published an open tender for the construction of a foreign language institute. more »

China steps up requirement for construction injury insurance

07/01/2015: China has announced that construction permits will now only be given to projects that provide their workers with injury insurance. more »

Hill International to manage Seattle light rail project

06/01/2015: Hill International has won a contract to provide project management services for a section of the East Link Light Rail project in Seattle. more »

WSP team reappointed on $800m Jordan airport terminal

06/01/2015: A joint venture of WSP and local Jordanian consultant Consolidated Consultants (CC) has been reappointed as independent engineer for the new US$800m (£524m) passenger terminal at Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) in Amman. more »

Aecom wins Homeland Security contract

06/01/2015: Aecom has announced that it has won a contract with a ceiling of US$600m (£393m) to carry out work for the US Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). more »

Panama Canal board gives go-ahead for new port

05/01/2015: The directors of the Panama Canal have approved the development of a new port in Corozal. more »

China begins construction of 1,213km railway

05/01/2015: Construction has begun of a 1,213km-long railway linking Golmud in Qinghai and Korla in Xinjiang, China. more »

Heidelberg sells Hanson Building Products

05/01/2015: HeidelbergCement has agreed a deal to sell its UK and North American building products business to a private equity firm more »

Skanska signs for US heart hospital

05/01/2015: Skanska has signed a contract to construct a new hospital for heart patients in Raleigh, in the US state of North Carolina. more »

Timings set for $1.6bn Australian road freight scheme

19/12/2014: Construction of Western Australia’s largest road project - the Perth Freight Link - is scheduled to start in early 2016, the state government has announced. more »

European construction back in growth

19/12/2014: October’s production in construction was up by 1.3% in the Eurozone and by 0.4% across all 28 countries of the EU (EU28) compared with September. more »

Skanska wins contract for Boeing plant

19/12/2014: Skanska has signed a contract with Boing to build a new painting plant in Charleston in the US state of South Carolina. more »

Samsung lands Malaysian LNG terminal

19/12/2014: Samsung C&T and Science-Tech Solutions have won a contract with Petronas Gas to build a re-gasification terminal in Johor, Malaysia. more »

Alstom team shaves a year off $2.1bn Sydney rail project

18/12/2014: The contract for a AU$2.1bn (£1.1bn) light rail contract in Sydney, Australia, has been officially signed and it has been announced that the line will be finished almost a year early. more »

Atkins picked for $600m scheme to tackle US disasters

18/12/2014: The USA’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has appointed a joint venture of Atkins and Stantec to work on a major programme of flood risk mapping and hazard mitigation schemes. more »

Iceland gets funding towards €100m airport expansion

18/12/2014: Iceland’s state-owned airport operating company Isavia has signed a loan agreement of €32m (£25m) towards the expansion of Keflavik International Airport. more »

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