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Panama Canal expansion reaches new milestone

03/07/2014: The expansion of the Panama Canal has reached a new milestone at the Pacific side with the pouring of more than two million cubic metres of concrete. more »

Massachusetts bus depot contract awarded to Skanska

03/07/2014: Skanska has signed a contract with the Worcester Regional Transit Authority to build the agency’s new maintenance and operations facility in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. more »

Bouygues team lands Paris metro tunnel

02/07/2014: A consortium led by Bouygues Travaux Publics has signed a contract worth €164.9m (£131.8m) for the second tunnel package of the Paris metro line 14 extension project, north of the French capital. more »

Bechtel JV wins Kosovo to Macedonia highway contract

02/07/2014: The government of Kosovo has chosen Bechtel and its joint-venture partner Enka to build a new 60km motorway linking the capital, Pristina, to neighbouring Macedonia. more »

Cintra signs $743m North Carolina highway PPP

02/07/2014: North Carolina Department of Transportation and Cintra have signed a public-private-partnership (PPP) contract to improve the traffic flow along 42km of one of the most congested roads in the US state. more »

Skanska wins $47m Florida hospital revamp

02/07/2014: Skanska USA has signed a US$47m (£27m) contract to renovate and expand the Broward Health North Campus in Deerfield Beach, Florida. more »

Algeria awards €313m tram expansion contract

01/07/2014: Algeria has awarded a €313m (£250m) contract for the expansion of the first tram line in Constantine, Algeria. more »

Hill picked to manage Qatar mall project

01/07/2014: Hill International has been appointed as project manager for the construction of the Mall of Qatar in Doha, Qatar. more »

Arup unveils design for Montreal bridge

01/07/2014: Arup has unveiled the design for a new 3km bridge over the St Lawrence River in Montreal, Canada. more »

Golden Gate Bridge to get $76m suicide barriers

30/06/2014: Plans to fit the Golden Gate Bridge with suicide-detention barriers have been unanimously approved. more »

French refurb scores highest-ever BREEAM ‘in use’ rating

30/06/2014: The refurbished Toison d’Or shopping centre in the French city of Dijon has been awarded the highest-ever rating for BREEAM In-Use Part 2. more »

Skanska wins $93m Texas university expansion

30/06/2014: Skanska has won a US$93m (£52m) contract for construction and renovation work on complexes for veterinary medicine and education at Texas A&M University in the USA. more »

Tower cranes put on dance show in Athens

27/06/2014: Ten tower cranes took a break this week from building an Athens cultural centre to dance in time to music from Gustav Holst’s The Planets. more »

Energy-efficient ‘micro-city’ opens in Paris

27/06/2014: A temporary micro-city has been built in Paris to demonstrate the state of the art in energy-efficient homes. more »

Safway buys Canadian insulation specialist

27/06/2014: Safway Services Canada has acquired Nel-Tekk Industrial Specialties, which provides a range of insulation-related services. more »

Arup unveils tower made from mushrooms

26/06/2014: Arup has provided the structural engineering for the first tower to be built from mushrooms. more »

Eiffage acquires Canadian civils company

26/06/2014: Eiffage Travaux Publics has acquired a 70% stake in Innovative Civil Constructors, which is based in Niagara Falls, Canada. more »

Bentley launches integrated software for managing utilities

26/06/2014: Bentley has launched a new utility engineering system that brings together data from multiple sources to allow integrated 3D subsurface modelling. more »

Leighton team picked for $8.3bn Sydney rail link

25/06/2014: Sydney’s AU$8.3bn North West Rail Link has reached its most important milestone yet, with the selection of the preferred operator for the multi-billion-dollar contract to run the new rapid transit service. more »

Allianz sets out risks of ‘supertall’ towers

25/06/2014: This year sees the construction of the world’s 100th ‘supertall’ building and engineering insurer Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) has produced an analysis of the challenges of building even higher towers. more »

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