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Challenging ground pushes up cost of Helsinki metro

Challenging ground pushes up cost of Helsinki metro

27/02/2014: Helsinki City Board has approved additional funding for the western metro extension based on a new, revised cost estimate. more »

Hochtief beats its targets

Hochtief beats its targets

27/02/2014: Hochtief has reported meeting or exceeding all its key business targets for last year. more »

Lavendon appoints new MD for Middle East

Lavendon appoints new MD for Middle East

27/02/2014: Lavendon Group has appointed Paul Rankin as managing director of its Middle East business, Rapid Access. more »

Obama announces $600m for transport schemes

Obama announces $600m for transport schemes

27/02/2014: US president Barack Obama and transportation secretary Anthony Foxx have announced US$600m (£360m) in grant funding to support projects across the country. more »

Mace brought in to advise on UAE construction dispute

Mace brought in to advise on UAE construction dispute

26/02/2014: The Mace contracts and dispute consultancy has been appointed by a major hotel chain to help resolve claims and contractual disputes on a project in the United Arab Emirates. more »

BSP lands first overseas contracts

BSP lands first overseas contracts

26/02/2014: Civil and structural engineering firm BSP Consulting has won its first international contracts with appointments on a major highway scheme and a building project in Kurdistan. more »

Ferrovial reports increased profit and revenue

Ferrovial reports increased profit and revenue

26/02/2014: Ferrovial earned €727m in net profit in 2013, which represented a 5.1% year-on-year increase. more »

Eiffage team signs to build Polish mega mall

Eiffage team signs to build Polish mega mall

25/02/2014: Eiffage and Apsys have signed a €140m (£116m) construction contract for one of Europe’s largest shopping centres. more »

Drake & Scull wins Dubai people-mover contract

Drake & Scull wins Dubai people-mover contract

25/02/2014: Drake & Scull Rail has won a AED35m (£5.8m) contract for a new airport passenger movement system at the Dubai International Airport. more »

Arup team wins contract for Canberra light rail

Arup team wins contract for Canberra light rail

24/02/2014: Australia's Capital Metro Agency has taken the next step in bringing light rail to Canberra, with the appointment of an Arup-led consortium to deliver technical advice. more »

Hochtief picked for $86m US stadium

Hochtief picked for $86m US stadium

24/02/2014: Hochtief subsidiary Turner Construction is to manage the US$86m (£52m) renovation and expansion of the University of Cincinnati's football stadium. more »

Balfour Beatty JV wins civils work on Charlotte rail scheme

Balfour Beatty JV wins civils work on Charlotte rail scheme

21/02/2014: Balfour Beatty Infrastructure and its joint venture partner Blythe Development have won a US$108m (£65m) contract for the extension of the Charlotte Lynx Blue Line in North Carolina, USA. more »

Panama Canal works resume

Panama Canal works resume

21/02/2014: The contractor building the new locks for the Panama Canal has restarted work after reaching an agreement on some of the key issues in a long-running dispute with the client. more »

Potential subcontractors invited to Fehmarnbelt meetings

Potential subcontractors invited to Fehmarnbelt meetings

21/02/2014: A series of open meetings is being held in Denmark to advise potential subcontractors of opportunities related to the €5.5bn (£4.4bn) Fehmarnbelt tunnel. more »

Leighton wins M&E contract for Hong Kong tunnel

Leighton wins M&E contract for Hong Kong tunnel

21/02/2014: Hochtief subsidiary Leighton Asia, India & Offshore has secured a AU$453 (£245m) contract for the buildings, systems and fit-out works associated with the Central - Wanchai Bypass (CWB) tunnel in Hong Kong. more »

US Air Force awards $838m of contracts in Iraq

US Air Force awards $838m of contracts in Iraq

21/02/2014: Baker International has won multiple contracts under a US$838m deal with the US Air Force to support the Iraq government’s purchase of F-16 aircraft. more »

Dutch inspection team praises English flood-relief work

Dutch inspection team praises English flood-relief work

20/02/2014: Inspectors from the Dutch equivalent of the Environment Agency have said that they are impressed by the hard work being done to relieve flooding in south-west England. more »

European construction rises 1%

European construction rises 1%

20/02/2014: Construction output in the Eurozone rose by 0.9% in December compared with November and by 1% across all 28 countries of the EU. more »

.construction internet domain names go on sale

.construction internet domain names go on sale

20/02/2014: Today marks the start of general sales of the new .construction top-level internet domain names. more »

Iraq and Jordan prepare to tender $18bn pipeline

Iraq and Jordan prepare to tender $18bn pipeline

20/02/2014: Representatives of the Jordanian and Iraqi governments have met with international companies interested in building a 1,700km oil pipeline between the Iraqi city of Basra and Aqaba in Jordan. more »

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