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Skanska seeks suppliers for Swedish research centre

6 Oct 2015: Main contractor Skanska is seeking suppliers of items including cladding and pumps for construction of a neutron research facility in southern Sweden. more »

Hill wins project manager role for Azerbaijan skyscraper

6 Oct 2015: Hill International has won a contract for project management consulting services during construction for what will be the tallest building in Azerbaijan. more »

Alstom wins Indian rail contract

6 Oct 2015: Alstom has won a contract worth over ,150m (£111m) to provide trains and signalling for the new metro network in Lucknow, India. more »

Fluor and Sacyr set up joint operation

5 Oct 2015: Sacyr and Fluor have set up a new company in which they each have a 50% stake. more »

Hill JV tasked with ensuring good behaviour on $3.6bn LaGuardia contract

5 Oct 2015: A joint venture of Hill International and CohnReznick has been appointed to ensure high ethical standards are met in the replacement of the central terminal building at New York’s LaGuardia Airport. more »

Thales wins New York signalling contract

5 Oct 2015: Thales has won a US$49.6m (£32.6m) contract to upgrade the signalling on the New York subway’s Queens Boulevard Line. more »

SNC-Lavalin reaches deal with African Development Bank over sanctions

2 Oct 2015: SNC-Lavalin has reached a settlement with the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) regarding allegations of sanctionable practices in Mozambique and Uganda. more »

Arizona moves forward with $1.8bn highway

2 Oct 2015: Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has appointed a consultant to help with the procurement of the US$1.8bn (£1.2bn) South Mountain Freeway project. more »

Johnson Controls and Hitachi launch global JV

2 Oct 2015: Johnson Controls, Hitachi and Hitachi Appliances have launched a new products and technology partnership for air conditioning. more »

Airport link unveiled as part of €10bn Irish transport budget

1 Oct 2015: North Dublin’s transport needs are to be met by a new metro line running from the city centre to the airport and Swords, Ireland’s transport minister has announced. more »

Qatar TBMs take Guinness world record

1 Oct 2015: Qatar Rail has been recognised by Guinness World Records for having the largest number of tunnel boring machines operating simultaneously in a single project. more »

Ramboll buys Finnish building services group

1 Oct 2015: Ramboll has bought Projectus Team, a Finnish consultant specialising in ‘intelligent buildings’. more »

Sika expands African business

1 Oct 2015: Sika is expanding its operations in Africa with new production facilities and subsidiaries across four countries. more »

Hong Kong drops six contractors over high lead levels

1 Oct 2015: Six Hong Kong contractors have been banned from tendering for six months after excess lead content was found in the water at 11 public housing projects they had worked on. more »

Bouygues team lands €550m Qatar sewer contracts

30 Sep 2015: A partnership of Bouygues Travaux Publics and UrbaCon Trading & Contracting has won two contracts for sewage tunnels in Doha. more »

Tunnelling begins for Brenner Base Tunnel

30 Sep 2015: Salini Impregilo and Strabag have begun tunnelling operations for a 15km section of the Brenner Base Tunnel railway linking Austria and Italy. more »

Drake & Scull wins Dubai beachfront scheme

30 Sep 2015: Drake & Scull Engineering (DSE) has won a AED123m (£22m) contract at a beachfront shopping centre in Dubai. more »

Saskatchewan awards dam rehabilitation contract

30 Sep 2015: SaskPower has appointed SNC-Lavalin as owner’s engineer for the Island Falls powerhouse concrete rehabilitation project in Saskatchewan. more »

Dutch experts called in to help recover toppled Mecca crane

29 Sep 2015: The site of this month’s fatal crane collapse in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, has now been cleared of debris after a delicate lifting operation developed by heavy-lifting specialists from Mammoet. more »

Bauer and L&T win Indian dam contract

29 Sep 2015: A joint venture of Bauer and L&T GeoStructure has won a €60m (£44m) contract to build a cut-off wall for the Polavaram Dam in India. more »

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