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Systra to manage Paris tramline extension

6 Apr 2016: Systra has won a contract to manage a project building a western extension of the T1 tramline in Paris. more »

Arup launches Singapore SoundLab

6 Apr 2016: Arup has opened a SoundLab in Singapore. more »

Norway gets funding for six ‘beautiful’ hydropower projects

6 Apr 2016: The Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) has approved the provision of funding for six hydropower plants that are under construction in Nordland County, Norway. more »

Australia tenders pilot for $400m rural rail programme

5 Apr 2016: A pilot project has been launched for a scheme to improve rural rail services in New South Wales, Australia. more »

Vestas wins contract for six wind farms in Brazil

5 Apr 2016: Vestas has won a contract to supply and install wind turbines for six sites in the state of Bahía in north-eastern Brazil. more »

Buro Happold team looks into transforming HK waterfront

5 Apr 2016: Designer Lead 8 and engineering consultancy BuroHappold have teamed up to look at how to transform Hong Kong’s waterfront into a 23km pedestrian route that could include a 1.5km cable-car line. more »

SNC-Lavalin team files $330m lawsuit over Canadian project

4 Apr 2016: A partnership of SNC-Lavallin and Innisfree has filed a CA$330m (£178m) lawsuit against the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and the government of Quebec in relation to a project in the Canadian province. more »

Stantec to buy MWH

4 Apr 2016: Stantec has agreed a deal to take over MWH Global. more »

World’s longest floating bridge opens

4 Apr 2016: The world’s longest floating bridge opened on Saturday across Lake Washington in the USA. more »

BRE launches Chinese venture

4 Apr 2016: BRE China was launched last week at a ceremony in the city of Shenzhen. more »

Amnesty report shows systematic abuse of Qatar stadium workers

1 Apr 2016: Migrant workers building one of the main stadiums for the 2022 World Cup have suffered systematic abuses – and in some cases forced labour – according to a new report from Amnesty International. more »

Ferrovial wins €175m Polish bypass

1 Apr 2016: Ferrovial Agroman subsidiary Budimex has signed a €175m (£138m) contract to design and build a bypass around the city of Olsztyn, in north-eastern Poland. more »

Bouygues signs BIM partnership

1 Apr 2016: Bouygues has signed a three-year partnership with datBIM to develop structured access by users of BIM to the product data catalogues of suppliers and construction SMEs. more »

Azores tenders contract for new cargo terminal

1 Apr 2016: The tender has been launched for the construction of a cargo terminal at Lajes Civil Air Terminal on Terceira Island, in the Azores. more »

Japanese team picked for Thailand’s Red Line

31 Mar 2016: The contract has been awarded for the mechanical and electrical (M&E) systems for Thailand’s Red Line construction project. more »

BIM competition announced for Dubai to Abu Dhabi Hyperloop

31 Mar 2016: A two-day design challenge will be held in May to create a plan to link Dubai and Abu Dhabi with a super-speed Hyperloop. more »

Canada launches inquiry into Chinese steel dumping

31 Mar 2016: A Canadian tribunal has begun a preliminary inquiry into a complaint that businesses have suffered injury as a result of the dumping and subsidising of large line pipes from China and Japan. more »

Dutch sign deal for Vietnamese water projects

31 Mar 2016: A new sewage treatment plant is to be built in Vietnam with the backing of the Dutch government, which will also help train Vietnamese water professionals. more »

Arup picked for Rotterdam highway

30 Mar 2016: Arup has been appointed as technical advisor for the construction of the new A16 highway north of Rotterdam. more »

Canada to invest $170m in preserving historic canals

30 Mar 2016: The government of Canada has announced that it will invest CA$170m (£90m) to protect and preserve five historic canals in Quebec. more »

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