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Cardno-Amec Foster Wheeler to assess US Marine Corps facilities worldwide

3 Aug 2016: A joint venture of Cardno-Amec Foster Wheeler has won a US$30m (£22.6m), five-year contract to assess US Marine Corps facilities worldwide. more »

Samsung JV to strengthen sub-sea soil for new Hong Kong runway

2 Aug 2016: A joint venture led by Samsung C&T Corporation has won a US$340m (£257m) civils contract to improve ground beneath the sea bed in advance of land reclamation work for Hong Kong’s third runway. more »

Indian Railways to eliminate unmanned level crossings

2 Aug 2016: Indian Railways is carrying out an action plan aimed at eliminating all of the thousands of unmanned level crossings across its network. more »

WSP completes acquisition of Schlumberger's water division

2 Aug 2016: Schlumberger's industrial water consultancy business became part of WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff yesterday. more »

Van Oord expands with Bilfinger wind acquisition

1 Aug 2016: Van Oord has agreed to buy the offshore wind activities of Germany-based Bilfinger Marine & Offshore. more »

Vinci reports slight decline in revenue

1 Aug 2016: Vinci's half-year results show a 1.5% decline in revenue to €17.6bn (£14.9bn) but the company is forecasting that earnings for the full year will be up on 2015. more »

Orascom buys 24 Grove cranes

1 Aug 2016: Egypt-based Orascom Construction has added 24 Grove rough-terrain cranes to its fleet. more »

Record revenues for Keller

1 Aug 2016: Keller Group, which bills itself as the world's largest geotechnical contractor, has reported record first-half revenue but a 12% fall in operating profits. more »

Iowa to get $1bn wind farm investment

29 Jul 2016: Alliant Energy is to invest approximately US$1bn (£758m) expanding its wind energy operations in the US state of Iowa. more »

CH2M to advise on Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed rail link

29 Jul 2016: CH2M has been appointed as technical advisor for the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed rail link. more »

Granite wins $128m Californian highway project

29 Jul 2016: Granite Construction has won a contract to carry out realignment of California State Route 99 in Fresno. more »

Size of mergers declines in engineering and construction

29 Jul 2016: Latest figures from PwC show a decline in the average size of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the global engineering and construction sector. more »

Hochtief sees half-year profits up 25%

28 Jul 2016: Hochtief’s half-year results show increases in profits, margins and the order backlog. more »

Vinci team wins French track renewal contract

28 Jul 2016: A joint venture of Vinci subsidiary ETF, Meccoli, VFLI and Sferis has won a contract to renew almost 200km of French railway tracks a year using a “high output renewal train”. more »

Switzerland picks team for new Rhine tunnel

28 Jul 2016: A consortium led by Pöyry has won a contract to carry out engineering services for a new tunnel under the Rhine. more »

Carillion closes £190m Irish schools deal

27 Jul 2016: A Carillion joint venture has achieved financial close on a public-private partnership contract for six schools in Ireland. more »

MIT study proposes greener approach to road maintenance

27 Jul 2016: Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the USA have published a paper that proposes using ‘big data’ to identify specific sections of roads where improvements will have the greatest impact. more »

LafargeHolcim sells Sri Lankan buisiness

27 Jul 2016: LafargeHolcim has signed an agreement to sell its interest in Holcim Lanka for US$400m (£305m). more »

Arup picked for record-breaking timber tower

26 Jul 2016: Arup has been appointed to develop a 21-storey tower that will be the world’s tallest wooden residential building to date. more »

Granite team wins $279m Connecticut wastewater tunnel

26 Jul 2016: A joint venture of Granite subsidiary Kenny Construction and Obayashi Corporation has won a US$279m (£212m) contract for the South Hartford Conveyance & Storage Tunnel (SHCST) in Hartford in the US state of Connecticut. more »

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