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Netherlands contributes €1m to global fight against corruption

02/10/2014: The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs is to provide €1m (£780,000) in funding to CoST, the global transparency initiative that aims to stamp out corruption and mismanagement in public infrastructure. more »

Boost for Balfour Beatty as PPP sale price justifies revaluation

02/10/2014: Balfour Beatty has sold its 50% interest in the Pinderfields & Pontefract Hospital PPP project in West Yorkshire for a price that seems to justify its recent portfolio revaluation. more »

Arcadis wins $82m US Air Force clean-up

02/10/2014: Arcadis has won a US$82m (£50m) contract to improve the environment at the US Air Force’s Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JB-MDL) in New Jersey. more »

BAM team reaches financial close on €520m German hospital

30/09/2014: BAM and its partners have reached financial close on a major hospital project in Germany to be carried out under a public-private partnership. more »

Astaldi lands new Polish and Romanian highway contracts

30/09/2014: Astaldi has won two new contracts in Poland and Romania with a total value of €100m (£78m). more »

Deck installation completed for Dutch motorway lift bridge

30/09/2014: The second and final deck section has been installed for the new Botlek Bridge in the Netherlands. more »

Lend Lease team signs $5.3bn Melbourne highway deal

30/09/2014: A consortium of Lend Lease, Bouygues, Acciona and Capella Capital has closed a contract with the government of Victoria to build the first stage of the East West Link in Melbourne, Australia. more »

Mott MacDonald lands supervision of Japan’s largest solar plant

30/09/2014: Mott MacDonald is to supervise construction of the US$1.1bn (£677m) Kuni-Umi solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Japan. more »

Contract awarded for Dubai boardwalk

30/09/2014: Developer Nakheel has awarded Overseas AST a contract for a AED150m (£25m) boardwalk being built at Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah resort. more »

Kazakhstan gets €121m for railway maintenance

30/09/2014: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is providing a €121m (£94.5m) loan to Kazakhstan’s national rail company. more »

Ramboll team lands design of Stockholm subway expansion

29/09/2014: Stockholm’s council has awarded a SEK250m (£21m) contract for the investigation and planning of an expansion of the city’s new subway line between Akalla and Barkarby stations. more »

FCC Construction appoints new chairman

29/09/2014: FCC’s directors, chaired by Esther Alcocer Koplowitz, have approved the appointment of Miguel Jurado as chairman of FCC Construction. more »

Sydney TBM named after Australia’s first female engineer

26/09/2014: The second tunnel boring machine for Sydney’s North West Rail Link has arrived on site and has been named after Australia’s first female engineer and architect, Florence Mary Taylor, who was born in England. more »

Skanska to build Norwegian hydro plant

26/09/2014: Skanska has signed a NOK409m (£39m) contract to build Rosten hydropower plant in Sel municipality in Gudbrandsdalen, Norway. more »

Climate Summit prompts $175bn boost for green transport in Africa

26/09/2014: The African Development Bank (AfDB) and its sister institutions have committed to providing US$175bn (£107bn) in finance to boost sustainable transport on the continent. more »

Bechtel completes Texan power plant

26/09/2014: Bechtel has completed the Panda Temple I generating station in Temple, Texas, two weeks ahead of schedule. more »

Australia looks to UK for BIM best practice

25/09/2014: The head of the British government’s Building Information Modelling (BIM) Task Force has met with government agencies and businesses in Australia to talk about how BIM is transforming the way large projects are planned, designed, built and managed in the UK. more »

Twisted design unveiled for Sydney tower

25/09/2014: Danish architect 3XN has won the design competition for AMP Capital’s landmark Quay Quarter Sydney development in Sydney, Australia. more »

New York plans $5.5bn transport expansion

24/09/2014: New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has published a five-year, US$32bn (£19.5bn) capital programme, which includes US$5.5bn (£3.3bn) to expand the network. more »

Skanska wins Polish flood protection contract

24/09/2014: Skanska has signed a contract, to construct flood protection facilities, a railway bridge and three road bridges in Wroclaw, Poland. more »

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