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Skanska to build new hangar for Swedish air force

11 Jun 2015: Skanska has signed an agreement with the Swedish Fortifications Agency to build a combined helicopter hangar and administration building. more »

Contract signed for $5.3bn Toronto light rail

10 Jun 2015: Metrolinx and Infrastructure Ontario have picked Crosslinx Transit Solutions as the preferred consortium for the CA$5.3bn (£2.8bn) Eglinton Crosstown LRT project in Toronto. more »

Atkins wins safety role at Fukushima nuclear plant

10 Jun 2015: Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) has appointed Atkins to undertake fire hazard analysis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station in Japan. more »

Aecom to manage Manhattan HQ construction

10 Jun 2015: Aecom’s Tishman Construction subsidiary is to manage the construction of the new global headquarters in Lower Manhattan for financial business Citi. more »

Finnish PPP motorway secures EIB funding

10 Jun 2015: The European Investment Bank (EIB) is to provide a €102m (£75m) long-term loan to finance the construction of a 32km motorway between Hamina and Vaalimaa in Finland. more »

Repairs to TBM Bertha get under way

9 Jun 2015: Installation of a new seal system is now under way as part of the repairs to the world’s leargest tunnel boring machine. more »

Mott MacDonald begins new role at Philippines airport project

9 Jun 2015: Mott MacDonald has begun monitoring construction of the Mactan Cebu International Airport project in the Philippines. more »

T&T targets NE Asia with new appointment

9 Jun 2015: Turner & Townsend has appointed a new head of infrastructure to target growth in the sector across North East Asia. more »

Cowi and Systra win Swedish high-speed rail consultancy

9 Jun 2015: A consortium of Cowi and Systra has won the third package of the Ostlänken high speed rail project in Sweden. more »

Leighton team scoops $2.7bn Sydney motorway

8 Jun 2015: Australia’s WestConnex Delivery Authority (WDA) has appointed a joint venture of Leighton Contractors, John Holland and Samsung C&T to design and construct Sydney’s M4 East motorway. more »

ISG increases stake in Brazilian fit-out firm

8 Jun 2015: ISG has increased its stake in Brazilian fit-out business ACE to 69%. more »

Irish construction upturn gathers speed

8 Jun 2015: The growth of activity in Ireland’s construction sector gathered speed again in May, returning to the pace seen in the final quarter of 2014. more »

US client cancels $800m Skanska contract

8 Jun 2015: A Skanska client in the USA has cancelled the contract for a US$800m (£523m) facility. more »

Green light for new Sydney harbour tunnel

5 Jun 2015: Sydney’s second harbour rail crossing has been given the go-ahead as part of a new 66km metro route. more »

Vinci lands Canadian highway PPP

5 Jun 2015: A Vinci-led consortium has been named preferred bidder for the Regina Bypass public-private partnership in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. more »

UKTI highlights opportunities on Paris mega project

5 Jun 2015: There are opportunities for UK businesses in waste management for the Grand Paris mega transport project, says UK Trade & Investment. more »

BAM secures two Belgian contracts

5 Jun 2015: BAM has won two contracts in the French-speaking part Belgium with a total value of €50m (£37m). more »

Mott MacDonald wins contract for Mozambique towers

5 Jun 2015: Mott MacDonald PDNA has won a contract with the Mozambique National Institute for Social Security (INSS) to supervise construction of a pair of towers in Maputo. more »

T&T advises BMW

5 Jun 2015: Turner & Townsend has been appointed to advise BMW on how to make best use of office space at its production plant in Munich. more »

Chinese get £300m Swansea lagoon package in exchange for opening doors

3 Jun 2015: Renewable energy firm Tidal Lagoon Power has handed a Chinese state-owned construction company the £300m marine works contract on its Swansea Bay scheme in exchange for introducing the British company to Chinese opportunities. more »

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