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Sydney quayside to get $200m upgrade

28 Sep 2015: Funding of at least AU$200m (£92m) has been committed for an upgrade of Sydney’s Circular Quay wharves. more »

Peru seeks used construction plant

28 Sep 2015: UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) has highlighted an opportunity to supply used construction equipment to a major company in Peru. more »

Sweco clears way for takeover of Grontmij

28 Sep 2015: Sweco has said that all conditions of its plan to buy Grontmij’s shares have now been satisfied and that the deal will be settled on 1 October. more »

Go-ahead given to turn iconic NY flight centre into $265m hotel

25 Sep 2015: New York’s governor Andrew Cuomo has announced the approval of a leasing deal that will see the landmark TWA Flight Center at John F Kennedy Airport turned into a hotel complex. more »

Caltrans seeks compensation for Bay Bridge problems

25 Sep 2015: California’s transport authority, Caltrans, has begun proceedings to hold the contractors accountable for problems with the Bay Bridge. more »

Hong Kong’s harbour clean-up hits new milestone

25 Sep 2015: A major step has been completed in cleaning up Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour, following the commissioning of the expanded sewage treatment works. more »

Alstom team wins Panama metro contract

25 Sep 2015: An Alstom-led consortium has won the contract to supply integrated systems to equip Line 2 of Panama’s metro. more »

Chinese and UK engineers agree skills exchange

24 Sep 2015: The UK’s Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and the China International Contractors Association (CHINCA) have agreed to an employee exchange scheme. more »

Singapore issues hefty fine after maintenance failures halt metro

24 Sep 2015: Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) has said that it intends to impose a fine of S$5.4m (£2.5m) on operator SMRT for a system-wide disruption that halted services on the North-South and East-West lines (NSEWL) in early July. more »

T&T to manage rail expansion at Africa’s busiest airport

24 Sep 2015: Turner & Townsend has won the project management contract for the extension of platforms at the main train station servicing Africa’s busiest airport. more »

Strabag buys Romanian project development business

24 Sep 2015: Strabag has taken over the development team of Bucharest-based Raiffeisen evolution. more »

Motts lands environmental role for HK airport expansion

23 Sep 2015: Mott MacDonald has been appointed to carry out the environmental monitoring and auditing for the expansion of Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA). more »

Balfour Beatty picked for Maryland mixed-use project

23 Sep 2015: Balfour Beatty Construction has won a contract to build a mixed-use development in Silver Spring in the US state of Maryland. more »

Atlas Copco wins German rental order

23 Sep 2015: Atlas Copco has won a €7.1m (£5.1m) order in Germany for generators and compressors to be rented out for use in construction. more »

T&T to manage costs on Dublin children's hospital

22 Sep 2015: Turner & Townsend is to manage the costs on a paediatric outpatient department and satellite urgent care centres being built in Dublin. more »

Quebec construction sector launches drive against corruption

22 Sep 2015: Canada’s L’Association de la construction du Québec (ACQ) has unveiled a white paper containing proposals for an ‘integrity programme’ to restore confidence in the industry. more »

Chinese consortium joins LA-Las Vegas rail project

21 Sep 2015: The developer of a planned high-speed railway between Las Vegas and Los Angeles is forming a joint venture with a Chinese company to accelerate the project. more »

Sika expands production in Argentina

21 Sep 2015: Sika has expanded its presence in Argentina with the opening of a new factory to produce mortars and admixtures. more »

Skanska team wins Finnish road scheme

21 Sep 2015: A team of Skanska, Pöyry and Ramboll has signed an agreement with the Finnish Transport Agency to carry out €76m (£55m) of improvements to Highway 6. more »

Hyder and EC Harris disappear in Arcadis rebranding

21 Sep 2015: Dutch engineering group Arcadis is dumping the legacy brand names of acquired companies in favour of a single brand strategy. more »

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