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Bechtel’s Dulles rail scheme opens

30/07/2014: A new rail line built by a Bechtel-led team has opened to the public near Washington, DC, in the USA. more »

Australia turns to London Olympics delivery model for $5bn highway

30/07/2014: The Australian and New South Wales governments have begun the tender process for the final section of the AU$5.64bn (£3bn) Pacific Highway duplication. more »

Turnover up for Turner & Townsend

30/07/2014: Construction consultant Turner & Townsend saw its UK revenue grow by 11% to £148m for the year ended 30 April 2014. more »

Leighton closes $1bn New Zealand deal

29/07/2014: Leighton Contractors has reached financial close on a public-private partnership (PPP) with the New Zealand Transport Agency for delivery of the NZ$1bn (£488m) Transmission Gully motorway. more »

Contractor sought for $110m Antarctic research station

29/07/2014: The Brazilian government is seeking a construction company to build a US$110.5m (£63m) Antarctic research station. more »

Australian team wins CIOB student challenge

29/07/2014: RMIT University has won the Chartered Institute of Building’s Global Student Challenge competition, beating five other teams in the final in Hong Kong. more »

Ferrovial revenue up 11% as backlog reaches record high

29/07/2014: Revenue at Ferrovial increased by 11% in the first half of the year to €4.159bn (£3.19bn) and the company’s backlog reached a record high of €26.138bn (£20.054bn). more »

Australia approves $16.5bn mine and rail scheme

28/07/2014: Australia’s federal environment minister has approved a major coal mine development in Queensland that has the potential to create up to 2,500 construction jobs. more »

Mace secures windfall for Dubai contractor

28/07/2014: The Mace contracts and dispute consultancy has received a repeat commission from a local Dubai contractor that is “over the moon” about how quickly an earlier case had been resolved. more »

UAE’s prime minister endorses Broadway Malyan’s Jumeirah Beach plan

28/07/2014: The fifth phase of the expansion plan for the Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai has been endorsed by UAE prime minister and ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. more »

Lafarge brings in $329m from sale of Pakistan cement operations

24/07/2014: Lafarge has sold its cement operations in Pakistan for US$329m (£194m) to BestWay Cement. more »

Balfour Beatty wins Washington office contract

24/07/2014: Balfour Beatty Construction has been appointed to provide general contracting services for Republic Properties Corporation’s new office project in Washington, DC in the USA. more »

Strabag team to build Polish expressway

24/07/2014: A team of two Strabag subsidiaries has signed a contract for the construction of a stretch of the planned S7 expressway in the east of Kraków, Poland. more »

European Construction Institute appoints new chairman

23/07/2014: Taco de Haan has been appointed as chairman of the European Construction Institute (ECI). more »

Fulton Hogan lands early works for Queensland highway

23/07/2014: The Gateway Motorway North project in Queensland, Australia, is getting under way with Fulton Hogan named as the successful tenderer for the early works package. more »

First gates arrive at new Panama Canal locks

23/07/2014: The first 3,000t gates have been transferred to the new locks complex in the Atlantic side of the Panama Canal expansion project. more »

Kenya seeks help with PPP sports stadium projects

23/07/2014: Sports Kenya is tendering a project to carry out a feasibility study through to the development of detailed design for five national stadiums. more »

New Zealand looks for innovation in Christchurch schools rebuild

23/07/2014: New Zealand’s Ministry of Education is inviting bids for innovative ways to reduce cost and increase efficiency in the Christchurch schools rebuild programme. more »

Hochtief to build €132m hydro tunnel

22/07/2014: Hochtief Solutions has won a a €132m (£105m) contract to build a tunnel for the Gemeinschaftkraftwerk Inn power station in Austria. more »

BAM wins Irish PPP schools package

22/07/2014: BAM has been picked by Ireland’s Department of Education & Skills (DoES) and the National Development Finance Agency (NDFA) to deliver four new schools in Counties Tipperary, Cork, Clare and Louth. more »

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