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Cemex and Holcim finalise European deals

30/10/2014: Cemex and Holcim have finalised a series of transactions to exchange ownership of plants in three European countries. more »

Satellite launches with Mott MacDonald advice

30/10/2014: A communications satellite for which Mott MacDonald provided technical advice has successfully completed its in-orbit testing. more »

US rise in construction jobs continues

30/10/2014: Construction employment has increased in more than two thirds of US metropolitan areas in the past year. more »

Laing O’Rourke recruits new Middle East MD

30/10/2014: Laing O’Rourke has appointed Mark Andrews as managing director of its Middle East business, covering operations in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. more »

HK demands further action over troubled high-speed rail project

29/10/2014: Hong Kong’s government is urging the MTR Corporation to come up with a comprehensive and practicable solution for the overruns on the HK$71.5bn (£5.71bn) Express Rail Link project. more »

Lafarge-Holcim merger moves forward

29/10/2014: Lafarge and Holcim have now completed the formal process of notifying the relevant regulatory authorities worldwide about their proposed merger. more »

Mace picked for Joburg regeneration

29/10/2014: Urban developer Propertuity has appointed Mace to carry out project management and cost consultancy for a number of upcoming projects in Johannesburg, South Africa. more »

Chernobyl containment reaches major milestone

28/10/2014: The construction of a new safe confinement in Chernobyl has cleared a key stage following a major heavy-lifting operation. more »

L&T to build world’s tallest statue

28/10/2014: Larsen & Toubro Construction has won a contract to design and build what will become the world’s tallest statue. more »

Sweden showcases green construction

28/10/2014: Sweden is showcasing 10 sustainable construction projects in Barcelona this week at the SB14 conference. more »

Strabag team lands €300m river tunnel

27/10/2014: An Austrian-Italian consortium has signed a €300m (£229m) contract to build the Eisack River Undercrossing for the Brenner Base Tunnel project. more »

Pilot solar-panel road opens in Netherlands

27/10/2014: A pilot section of road that converts sunlight into electricity has opened to the public in the Netherlands. more »

First gate for Panama expansion arrives on site

27/10/2014: The first gate for the new locks in the Pacific side of the Panama Canal has been shipped through the waterway to site. more »

Brookfield Multiplex starts on $100m Sydney retirement village

24/10/2014: Brookfield Multiplex has begun construction of a AU$100m (£54.6m) retirement village in Sydney’s upmarket Vaucluse suburb. more »

Parts supplier IPS expands into Middle East and beyond

24/10/2014: UK-based parts supplier IPS is expanding into the Middle East, North Africa and India through a new joint venture. more »

Mergers soar in materials sector

24/10/2014: The number of merger and acquisitions continues to soar in the construction and engineering sector, including a 24% jump since the last quarter in the materials production sector. more »

BRE teams up with top Chinese university

23/10/2014: BRE is to collaborate with Tsinghua University in Beijing on a joint programme of research. more »

Balfour Beatty misses out on $1.6bn Sydney scheme

23/10/2014: A team that includes Spain’s Acciona has been chosen as preferred bidder to deliver and operate a AU$1.6bn (£810m) rail project serving the central business district (CBD) in Sydney, Australia. more »

Bechtel builds billon-cubic-foot LNG tank

22/10/2014: Bechtel has begun construction work to expand a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Canada, including building a new one-billion-cubic-foot full-containment storage tank. more »

Construction employment grows in most US states

22/10/2014: Construction employers added jobs in 39 US states in the last year, according to a new analysis of government data by Associated General Contractors of America (AGC). more »

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