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International bidders shortlisted for 155km Australian highway

24/11/2014: International companies including Laing O’Rourke, Mace and Jacobs are among the three shortlisted consortia being invited to tender for Australia's largest regional road project. more »

Preservation of ancient relics brings further delay for HK rail link

24/11/2014: Hong Kong’s government has proposed preserving in place most of the ancient relics that have been unearthed at a constructed station of the MTR's Shatin-to-Central rail link. more »

India’s competition watchdog looks into Holcim-Lafarge merger

24/11/2014: The Competition Commission of India is inviting comments from the public in respect of the proposed merger between Holcim and Lafarge. more »

China signs $12bn Nigerian rail deal

21/11/2014: China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC) has signed a US$11.97bn (£7.6bn) contract for the Nigeria Coastal Railway project. more »

Vinci and Bouygues complete Chernobyl jacking operation

21/11/2014: The jacking operation for the Chernobyl sarcophagus confinement structure has been completed in Ukraine. more »

Strabag team to extend Mauritius port

21/11/2014: Strabag and partner Archirodon Construction are to extend and strengthen the container harbour at Port Louis, Mauritius. more »

European construction output falls

19/11/2014: Output in the construction sector fell by 1.8% in the 18 countries of the Euro area (EA18) in September compared with August and by 0.9% across all 28 EU countries (EU28). more »

BAM lands €70m Abu Dhabi marine project

19/11/2014: BAM International has been awarded a contract to construct a €70m (£56m) marine infrastructure project in Abu Dhabi. more »

Turkey gets $350m for energy efficiency in homes

19/11/2014: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has introduced a new US$350m (£224m) financing package to boost investment in energy efficiency improvements in Turkish homes. more »

Samsung wins contract for landmark Kuala Lumpur towers

19/11/2014: Samsung C&T has won a contract to build a US$310m (£198m) tower complex in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. more »

Arcadis forms alliance with Chinese environmental specialist

18/11/2014: Arcadis has formed a strategic alliance with Shanghai Greenment Environmental Technology (Greenment) of China. more »

Design unveiled for world’s tallest rollercoaster

17/11/2014: The developers of the Skyscraper - the world’s tallest roller coaster - have unveiled the track design for the ride, which is set to open in 2017 in Orlando, USA. more »

BAM picked for €75m Dutch refugee centre

17/11/2014: BAM has won a contract with the Dutch Central Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers (COA) to redevelop and the maintain the refugee centre in Ter Apel in the north of the Netherlands. more »

UKTI highlights openings in £50bn Swedish road and rail spend

17/11/2014: UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) has said that opportunities are available for British companies to get involved in Sweden’s 10-year infrastructure spending plan. more »

India cancels £1.2bn metro deal

16/11/2014: The concession agreement for the Mumbai Metro Line 2 project in India has been terminated. more »

Van Oord sets world record for subsea rock installation

16/11/2014: Van Oord’s has set a world record for the placement of rock in deep water. more »

Systra buys Indian consultant

16/11/2014: Systra has acquired SAI, an Indian consultant with a staff of 600. more »

Atkins expands presence in Louisiana

16/11/2014: Atkins has opened a new office in Baton Rouge in the US state of Louisiana in response to expanding work in the area. more »

Australia’s longest highway to get $384m upgrade

14/11/2014: Detailed planning has begun for a AU$384m (£213m) upgrade of the Great Northern Highway between Muchea to Wubin in Western Australia. more »

Balfour sheds more rail businesses

14/11/2014: Balfour Beatty has struck a deal to sell parts of its German Rail business to Rhomberg Sersa Rail Group of Austria. more »

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