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Ferrovial profits rise

5 May 2016: First-quarter results from Ferrovial show a profits up by 32% to €157m (£124m). more »

Tender process opens for Singapore sewerage tunnels

5 May 2016: UK Trade & Investment’s ‘Exporting is Great’ team has highlighted opportunities for British businesses on a project to design and construct deep tunnels for Singapore’s sewerage system. more »

Golder to carry out Antarctic survey

4 May 2016: Golder New Zealand is to send a team to Antarctica to investigate ground conditions and advise on foundation designs for a proposed upgrade of the US National Science Foundation’s Palmer Station. more »

RMD team develops bespoke solution for Norwegian pier

4 May 2016: RMD Kwikform has teamed up with Norway-based formwork provider Teknikk to develop a bespoke solution for construction of a new quay to cater for the increasing number of larger cruise ships travelling on the fjords. more »

Hochtief to build €200m Berlin scheme

4 May 2016: Hochtief has been appointed as general contractor for the construction of Mercedes Platz in Berlin, Germany. more »

Dubai approves Jebel Ali Free Zone contract

4 May 2016: Dubai’s Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) and the Jebel Ali Free Zone Authority (JAFZA) have endorsed the award of a contract for the Jafza Bridge. more »

Dublin university announces €230m development plan

3 May 2016: Dublin City University (DCU) has announced a €230m (£180m) capital development plan. more »

Hong Kong gives go-ahead for 3rd runway reclamation works

3 May 2016: Hong Kong’s chief executive has authorised reclamation work around Hong Kong International Airport to enable the addition of a third runway. more »

Alberta plans $54m bypass

3 May 2016: The Canadian province of Alberta has announced plans for a CA$54m (£29m) new bypass of Grande Prairie. more »

European study highlights massive potential for pump-storage hydro

29 Apr 2016: A European Commission-funded study has identified 2,291GWh of potential at existing reservoir sites ready for development as pumped storage hydro energy plants. more »

BAM wins Frankfurt subway tunnel

29 Apr 2016: BAM’s German tunnel specialist has won a €220m (£171m) construction contract for a subway tunnel in Frankfurt. more »

Contracts awarded for two Singapore stations

29 Apr 2016: Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded civils contracts with a combined value of about S$334m (£170m) for the construction of two stations on the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL). more »

Mergers market sees decline in ‘megadeals’

28 Apr 2016: PwC’s quarterly analysis of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in engineering and construction has found a decrease in the total value of deals, driven by a substantial decline in transactions worth over $1bn (£686m). more »

L&T outlines April contract wins

28 Apr 2016: The construction arm of India’s Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has won contracts worth 17.98bn rupees (£179.7m) this month. more »

Further details unveiled of world’s tallest tower

28 Apr 2016: A launch event held in London at Harrods department store has unveiled further details of Dubai’s plans to build the world’s tallest tower. more »

Laing O’Rourke on shortlist for Newcastle light rail

27 Apr 2016: New South Wales in Australia has shortlisted five companies as managing contractor for the Newcastle Light Rail project. more »

Van Ord wins foundations contract for German offshore wind project

27 Apr 2016: Van Oord has won a contract to transport and install the foundations for E.ON’s Arkona offshore wind project in the German Baltic Sea. more »

New Zealand announces $278m upgrade for Coromandel route

27 Apr 2016: New Zealand’s transport minister Simon Bridges has announced a NZ$278m (£128m) plan to upgrade a section of State Highway 2 linking Auckland to the Coromandel Peninsula. more »

Thyssenkrupp extends roll-out of predictive maintenance system for lifts

27 Apr 2016: Thyssenkrupp has announced the imminent launch in Germany of what it describes as the world's first predictive maintenance service for elevators. more »

Black & Veatch signs MOU for Indonesian tidal projects

26 Apr 2016: Black & Veatch has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with SBS for the development of commercial-scale tidal current projects in Indonesia. more »

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