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Mott MacDonald lands design role on $2.9bn NZ rail link

28/05/2014: A team that includes Mott MacDonald has been appointed to undertake the reference design for the NZ$2.86bn (£1.45bn) upgrade of the City Rail Link (CRL) in Auckland, New Zealand. more »

Average value of construction disputes rises to US$32m

28/05/2014: New research from Arcadis has found that disputes relating to major global construction projects increased in value to an average of US$32.1m (£19.1m) in 2013 from US$31.7m in 2012. more »

China set to adopt UK’s green construction standards

27/05/2014: Buildings in China could be built to British green construction standards boosting the UK supply chain by £200m, business secretary Vince Cable has announced. more »

Six teams bid for €500m Fehmarnbelt M&E contract

27/05/2014: Six international contractor consortia have submitted applications to prequalify for work on the mechanical and elecrical installations in the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel, which will link Denmark and Germany. more »

New world record for tallest Lego tower

27/05/2014: The world record for the tallest Lego tower was beaten at the weekend when a team of Hungarian schoolchildren and official Lego builders from Denmark created a 34.76m-tall structure in the centre of Budapest, Hungary. more »

Skanska signs for Stockholm museum refurb

27/05/2014: Skanska has signed a contract with the National Property Board of Sweden to renovate and reconstruct Nationalmuseum in Stockholm. more »

Balfour Beatty lands second Charlotte light rail deal

23/05/2014: Balfour Beatty Infrastructure Inc (BBII) has won a second contract for the extension of the transit system in Charlotte in the US state of North Carolina. more »

BAM wins €42m contract for Belgian campus

23/05/2014: Royal BAM Group subsidiary Interbuild has won a €42m (£34m) contract to construct and maintain a campus for a school in Beringen, Belgium. more »

NCC picked to expand Swedish rail line

23/05/2014: NCC has been commissioned by the Swedish Transport Administration to expand the Svealandbanan railway line under a SEK975m (£87.5m) contract. more »

Motts helps Dutch PPP reach financial close

23/05/2014: The Bezuidenhoutseweg 30 (B30) public-private partnership (PPP) in The Hague has reached financial close. more »

Carillion lands £400m of Middle East deals

22/05/2014: Carillion and its joint venture business Al Futtaim Carillion have won contracts in Dubai and Saudi Arabia worth a combined £400m. more »

Hochtief’s US arm wins $180m convention centre scheme

22/05/2014: Hochtief’s Turner Construction Company is to manage a US$180m (£107m) expansion project at the largest convention center on the west coast of the USA. more »

Arcadis wins €21m of repeat consultancy at Brazilian nuclear plant

22/05/2014: The Brazilian subsidiary of Arcadis has signed a €21m (£17m) engineering consultancy contract with Eletrobras Termonuclear for the third plant at the Almirante Álvaro Alberto thermonuclear complex. more »

Funding approved for tunnel linking Ukraine with EU

21/05/2014: The European Investment Bank (EIB) is lending €55m (£45m) for the construction of a railway tunnel linking Ukraine with the EU. more »

China to help expand Moscow’s metro

21/05/2014: A cooperation agreement has been signed for construction of a metro line to serve a US$200bn (£119bn) new intiative aimed at doubling the size of Moscow. more »

Contract let for upgrade of Singapore’s largest waterworks

21/05/2014: Singapore’s national water agency has selected Black & Veatch to help upgrade the country’s largest water treatment plant. more »

Excavation completed for Europe’s first double-deck road tunnels

20/05/2014: The 2km-long pit for the new twin double-decker tunnels that will carry the A2 highway through Maastricht is now fully excavated. more »

BAM team lands €267m Dutch government PPP

20/05/2014: The central government of the Netherlands has awarded a consortium of BAM, ISS and OMA a €267m (£212m) public-private partnership (PPP) contract for the renovation of a ministry building. more »

Motts wins role on $190m Mexican power plant

20/05/2014: Mott MacDonald has been appointed technical adviser by the Chinese developer of a US$190m (£113m) power plant being built in Mexico. more »

Stage One and Rise to build UK pavillion for Milan Expo pavillion

19/05/2014: British artist Wolfgang Buttress is to design the UK Pavilion for Milan Expo and the structure will be built by Stage One and Rise under a £6m contract. more »

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