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Construction of ‘Lego House’ begins

21/08/2014: Six foundation stones dimensioned to represent classic Lego bricks have been laid this week to mark the start of construction of the 'Lego House' in the company’s hometown. more »

European construction output falls

21/08/2014: Production in construction in June fell by 0.7% in the Eurozone compared to May and by 0.3% across all 28 countries of the EU (EU28). more »

Mace completes luxury Turkish resort

20/08/2014: The Mandarin Oriental Bodrum, which was project managed by Mace, has officially opened its doors to guests. more »

McBains Cooper picked for Colombian social housing PPP

20/08/2014: Colombia’s National Planning Department (DNP) has appointed a British-Colombian team to conduct feasibility studies on a new social housing programme. more »

Townscape provides counter terror system in Saudi

20/08/2014: British street furniture manufacturer Townscape Products has provided 600 blocks as permimeter protection from vehicle-borne attacks at the new US$507m King Abdullah Sports City in Saudi Arabia. more »

Piling specialists team up with Engineers without Borders

19/08/2014: The Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) is to sponsor a number of professional placements on the 2015 programme of Engineers Without Borders-UK (EWB-UK). more »

CRH earnings jump 27%

19/08/2014: Building materials group CRH has reported a 27% rise in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation (EBITDA). more »

WSP wins Middle East road and airport contracts

19/08/2014: Contractor J&P Overseas has appointed WSP for detailed design work on major airport facilities in Oman and a highway in Qatar. more »

Kingspan buys US insulation business

18/08/2014: Kingspan Group has agreed to buy the US building insulation division of Pactiv. more »

Atkins agrees sale of Polish business

18/08/2014: WS Atkins has agreed a £2.8m cash deal to sell its Polish business to Multiconsult, a Norwegian multidisciplinary consultancy and design company. more »

Singapore lays out plans for sixth rail line

18/08/2014: Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) has unveiled the alignment and station locations for its sixth rail line. more »

UKTI highlights opportunities on Indian rail scheme

15/08/2014: UKTI is encouraging UK businesses to take a look at an INR5.26bn (£50m) rail scheme that is being tendered in India. more »

Cemex to build new $340m plant in Colombia

15/08/2014: Cemex is to invest about US$340m (£264m) in a new cement plant in Colombia. more »

Ferrovial wins €146m Spanish FM contract

15/08/2014: Ferrovial Services has won a €146m (£113m) contract to deliver a range of non-medical services at the 852-bed Ourense University Hospital Complex in Galicia, Spain. more »

California puts $7.5bn water plan to voters

14/08/2014: California’s governor has signed legislation to put a comprehensive water bond before voters this November. more »

Arcadis wins management role on USA’s first high-speed railway

14/08/2014: Arcadis is to carry out project and construction management for a segment of the USA’s first high-speed rail system. more »

Hill International picked to manage $1.1bn Oman highway project

13/08/2014: Hill International has won a contract from Oman’s Ministry of Transportation & Communications provide project management services for the first two sections of the Bidbid Sur Road in Oman. more »

Balfour Beatty signs agreement for Virginia health centre

13/08/2014: Balfour Beatty Construction has been awarded a preconstruction agreement by Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) for work on a US$41m (£24.4m) treatment centre. more »

BAM drives first pile for LNG jetty in Jordan

13/08/2014: BAM has driven the first pile at a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) jetty in Aqaba, Jordan. more »

Cost rises trigger new probe into Hong Kong tunnel woes

12/08/2014: Hong Kong’s government is to investigate why the estimated cost to complete the Hong Kong section of Express Rail Link has risen to HK$71.52bn (£5.5bn), up from the HK$65bn (£5bn) approved in 2010. more »

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