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Work begins on Helsinki’s central library

21 Nov 2016: YIT has begun its project management contract for the above-ground works for the new Helsinki Central Library in Finland. more »

Staffing levels up as Irish construction sector grows at faster pace

18 Nov 2016: Job creation in Ireland’s construction sector has risen at the fastest pace in eight months as confidence regarding future output improved. more »

Poland secures funding for €680m expressway project

18 Nov 2016: The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to lend €270m (£225m) towards the €680m (£567m) upgrading of a section of the S7 highway between Koszwały and Kazimierzowo in northern Poland. more »

Foster & Partners among firms signed up for 64ha Oman scheme

18 Nov 2016: Early contracts have been signed for a 64-hectare development on the waterfront of Muscat in Oman. more »

Eurozone construction output drops 0.9%

18 Nov 2016: Construction output in the Eurozone in September was up 1.8% compared to the previous year but fell by 0.2% across the wider EU. more »

Hochtief picked for Warsaw complex

17 Nov 2016: Hochtief Polska is to build four commercial buildings in the Koneser complex in Warsaw, Poland. more »

Oman signs deals for £300m port project

17 Nov 2016: Two major contracts have been signed for the Duqm Port in Oman. more »

McConnell Dowell wins contract for Philippines dam gates

17 Nov 2016: McConnell Dowell has been appointed to provide regulating gates for the Maris Dam on Luzon Island in the Philippines. more »

Hong Kong bans Arup from tendering for three months

16 Nov 2016: Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Ltd (OAP) has been temporarily suspended from tendering for Hong Kong government projects. more »

Unite welcomes promise of checks on Qatar working conditions

16 Nov 2016: Newly announced labour and accommodation inspections for Qatar World Cup construction workers are a “step in the right direction” according to trade union Unite. more »

John Holland wins $600m Melbourne rail project

16 Nov 2016: John Holland has won the contract to extend a railway and build a new station in the Australian city of Melbourne. more »

Gleeds lands two Indian deals

16 Nov 2016: Gleeds has won two major contracts in India, with a total build area of ten million square feet. more »

Vinci and Bouygues move Chernobyl containment arch into place

15 Nov 2016: The world's largest land-based moveable object is currently being slid into place by a team from Vinci and Bouygues. more »

New Zealand quake causes extensive damage

15 Nov 2016: Aerial images of the area affected by yesterday’s earthquake and aftershocks in New Zealand have revealed damage to essential connections and basic infrastructure, said acting civil defence minister Gerry Brownlee. more »

B&V picked for Brazilian power station

15 Nov 2016: Black & Veatch is to serve as owner’s engineer for a power project for Centrais Elétricas de Sergipe (Celse) in Brazil. more »

US engineer moves international HQ from Paris to London

14 Nov 2016: US consulting engineer Louis Berger has officially opened its new international headquarters in Richmond upon Thames. more »

BAM JV picked for Panama jetty

14 Nov 2016: A joint venture of BAM International and marine construction company Iconsa has won a subcontract for the design and construction of an LNG import jetty in Panama. more »

Hochtief wins $180m upgrade of Australian air base

14 Nov 2016: Hochtief subsidiary CPB Contractors has won a contract with the Australian Department of Defence to build a maintenance facility for C‐17A aircraft at Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Base Amberley in Queensland. more »

Contract agreed for Hyatt hotel in Kyoto

14 Nov 2016: Takenaka Corporation and Hyatt have reached agreement for the construction of a 70-room Park Hyatt hotel in Kyoto, Japan. more »

Track-laying begins on Denmark’s first high-speed railway

11 Nov 2016: A 300m-long construction train has begun laying the track for a 60km high-speed railway between the Danish cities of Copenhagen and Ringsted via Køge. more »

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