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Multiplex picked for Brisbane riverfront development

19 Oct 2017: Brookfield Residential has picked Multiplex to build the Gallery House tower in the Northshore precinct of Brisbane, Australia. more »

Sierra Leone awards UK-funded water supply upgrade

18 Oct 2017: A consortium of IMC Worldwide, Atkins and BAM has been appointed for a design and construct contract to rehabilitate the water supply in Sierra Leone’s capital city, Freetown. more »

Aecom to manage $1.2bn Florida schools programme

18 Oct 2017: Aecom has won the program management contract for a $1.2bn (£908m) upgrade of schools in Palm Beach County in the US state of Florida. more »

Malaysian PM unveils designs for high-speed rail stations

18 Oct 2017: Malaysia’s prime minister has revealed the designs for the country’s seven stations along the planned high-speed railway to Singapore. more »

Riwal makes first delivery of new JLG boom lift

18 Oct 2017: A Dutch rental company is the first Riwal customer to have received the new JLG hybrid boom lift. more »

Ireland announces €200m for STEM buildings

17 Oct 2017: The Irish government has announced a €200m (£177m) investment in new buildings for the teaching of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). more »

BAM Clough to advise on Australian ship lift

17 Oct 2017: BAM Clough Joint Venture has been appointed to provide advice during the initial design of a ship lift in Darwin, Australia. more »

Murphy wins Irish water treatment contract

17 Oct 2017: Murphy has won a €25m (£22m) contract for two water treatment plants in County Louth, Ireland. more »

Colas Rail identifies suspicious payments

16 Oct 2017: Colas Rail has filed a complaint with the French authorities after identifying suspicious payments involving consultants working on an international project. more »

BAM extends role at Dubai port

16 Oct 2017: BAM International has followed its recently completed work at a Dubai port with a €14.5m (£12.9m) contract win for the design and construction of a link road. more »

Contract awarded for Dubai maritime masterplan

16 Oct 2017: A consultant has been appointed to produce the masterplan for Dubai Maritime City (DMC), a new mixed-use development. more »

Branson invests in Hyperloop

13 Oct 2017: Richard Branson and his Virgin Group have invested in Hyperloop One, which is seeking to develop the new form of transport. more »

New Zealand building firms target UK staff

13 Oct 2017: A consortia representing New Zealand’s building sector is targeting the UK in a recruitment push to fill thousands of jobs. more »

Lendlease picked for Australian shipyard

13 Oct 2017: Some 600 construction jobs will be created at an Australian naval shipyard project that has been awarded to Lendlease. more »

Skanska lands $452m US bridge refurb

12 Oct 2017: Skanska has signed a US$452m contract to rehabilitate the George Washington Bridge in New York City, USA. more »

Netherlands plans hyperloop test track

12 Oct 2017: A new report has recommended the construction of a 5km hyperloop test track in the Netherlands. more »

China commits to early finish for Winter Olympics venues

12 Oct 2017: China’s vice-premier has said that the main Olympic venues and transport links for the 2022 Winter Games must be completed by the end of 2019. more »

Irish budget gives boost to housing

11 Oct 2017: Ireland’s new budget includes a 46% increase in the housing budget, taking the total to €1.9bn (£1.7bn). more »

Milestones reached on US nuclear plant

11 Oct 2017: Recent milestones at a new nuclear plant project in the US state of Georgia include a concrete ‘super placement’ of more than 1,400m3. more »

Ireland sees slowdown in growth of new orders

11 Oct 2017: Activity in Ireland’s construction sector has again risen sharply but growth has slowed in both new orders and employment. more »

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