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Norwegian contractor looks for patient British concrete subbie

11 Mar 2015: A leading Norwegian construction company is looking for a subcontracting partner to deliver and provide concrete works, according to UK Trade & Investment (UKTI). more »

Growth in Irish construction continues to slow

11 Mar 2015: The growth in Irish construction activity growth has eased sharply again and is now at its weakest level in 18 months. more »

Eiffage to build new Metz conference centre

11 Mar 2015: Eiffage Construction has won a contract to design, build, operate and maintain a new conference centre in Metz, France. more »

Shell awards Turner & Townsend two global contracts

11 Mar 2015: Turner & Townsend has signed two agreements with Shell. more »

BAM and Feyenoord scrap stadium plan

10 Mar 2015: A BAM consortium has concluded that Feyenoord’s new stadium cannot be built for the Dutch football club’s €206m (£148m) budget. more »

Alstom team wins €1bn Thai power station

10 Mar 2015: A team led by Alstom is to build the first ultra-supercritical lignite-fired power plant in Asia under a contract worth almost €1bn. more »

WSP announces leadership for new African company

10 Mar 2015: WSP and Parsons Brinckerhoff have formed a new company for their work in Africa. more »

US university cancels $54m Skanska contract

8 Mar 2015: Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge has cancelled a US$54m (£30.5m) contract it had awarded a Skanska JV last June. more »

Optimism hits four-year high in German construction sector

8 Mar 2015: February’s data for the German construction industry signalled a return to output growth, as both housing and commercial activity increased. more »

Motts helps close deal for first US offshore wind farm

8 Mar 2015: The USA’s first offshore wind farm has reached financial close. more »

Trimble buys civils software business

6 Mar 2015: Trimble has bought a software company that specialises in tools for managing civils projects that run along a corridor, including roads. more »

Funding secured for research into maintaining high-speed tracks

6 Mar 2015: The European Investment Bank (EIB) is lending an Austrian company €50m (£32m) for research into the rehabilitation of railway tracks. more »

Ferrovial wins €153m Polish motorway contract

5 Mar 2015: Ferrovial has landed a contract to build a €153m (£111m) section of Poland’s S3 expressway. more »

BAM sells Amsterdam piling subsidiary

5 Mar 2015: BAM Infra has sold the piling, civil engineering and drilling operations of an Amsterdam subsidiary that employs 40 people. more »

T&T expands US management team

5 Mar 2015: Turner & Townsend has appointed a new director to its New York office. more »

Canberra Uni gets green light for $1bn campus

5 Mar 2015: Australia’s University of Canberra is able to go ahead with a AU$1bn (£510m) campus development after agreeing a new partnership with the state government. more »

Israeli contractor enters US market with $400m win

4 Mar 2015: Israeli contractor Shikun & Binui has won its first major project in the USA. more »

Vinci to create new visitor centre at Versailles

4 Mar 2015: Vinci Group has signed an agreement to convert the Dufour Pavilion at the Chateau of Versailles into a visitor centre. more »

McAleer & Rushe wins Dublin hotel contract

4 Mar 2015: McAleer & Rushe has signed a deal to convert a Dublin office building into a Holiday Inn Express. more »

Lafarge agrees deal for Chinese cement maker

4 Mar 2015: Lafarge has signed an agreement to take full ownership of its Lafarge Shui On Cement subsidiary in China. more »

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