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Hochtief wins Australian solar project

13 Dec 2017: An Australian subsidiary of Hochtief has been named as preferred contractor for a 270MW solar farm project in North Queensland, Australia. more »

Egypt signs contract for new nuclear plant

13 Dec 2017: Russian nuclear business Rosatom has signed contracts worth billions of US dollars for the construction of the El Dabaa nuclear power plant (NPP) in Egypt. more »

Expansion in Irish construction hits five-month high

12 Dec 2017: Activity in Ireland’s construction sector has expanded at its fastest pace in five months. more »

Bouygues expands BIM scope

12 Dec 2017: Bouygues Construction has brought in Dassault Systèmes and Accenture to accelerate use of digital collaboration across its sites and supply chain. more »

Sweco buys Belgian operations of HaskoningDHV

12 Dec 2017: Sweco is buying the operations of HaskoningDHV Belgium. more »

SNC-Lavalin reaches repayment agreement with Quebec

12 Dec 2017: SNC-Lavalin has reached an agreement with the Canadian province of Québec under a voluntary programme covering reimbursement where fraudulent tactics have been used in public contracts. more »

EIB provides record-breaking loan for new children’s hospital in Dublin

10 Dec 2017: The European Investment Bank (EIB) has approved a record-breaking loan to support construction of a new children’s hospital in Dublin. more »

BAM picked for €27m control tower scheme

10 Dec 2017: The Irish Aviation Authority has awarded the construction of a new control tower at Dublin Airport to BAM Ireland. more »

Preparatory contract awarded for new Schiphol terminal

8 Dec 2017: BAM Infra has won a contract to build access roads and relocate pipes and cabling ahead of the construction of Amsterdam Airports Schiphol’s new terminal. more »

Tit-for-tat spat breaks out on Canadian construction sites

8 Dec 2017: Vehicles displaying licence plates from the Canadian province of Alberta will no longer be allowed on government-funded projects in neighbouring Saskatchewan. more »

Singapore awards tunnel contract

8 Dec 2017: Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded a S$79m (£46m) civils contract for construction of rail tunnels linking two stations on the North East Line Extension (NELe). more »

Fluor lands further $750m of Puerto Rico power repairs

7 Dec 2017: The US Army Corps of Engineers has awarded Fluor additional work worth at least US$750m (£560m) for repairs to the power grid in Puerto Rico. more »

BAM takes €55m hit on Dutch lock project

7 Dec 2017: Royal BAM Group has said that it expects to take a €55m (£48m) project loss this quarter on its sea lock project at Ijmuiden in the Netherlands. more »

Australian construction continues to expand

7 Dec 2017: Momentum built in the Australian construction industry in November with the 10th consecutive month of expansion. more »

Alstom win two Iraq transit projects

7 Dec 2017: Alstom has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for two major urban transport projects in Iraq. more »

Cost of Hong Kong rail link rises

5 Dec 2017: Hong Kong’s government has announced that the latest cost estimate for the Shatin to Central Link is now HK$16.5bn (£1.6bn) more than the amount originally agreed. more »

Contract awarded for dredging of South American canal

5 Dec 2017: A joint venture of Deme and Royal Boskalis Westminster is set to sign a €110m (£97m) contract for dredging work on the Canal Martín García between Uruguay and Argentina. more »

Dorset steel firm helps with Caribbean rebuild

5 Dec 2017: Dorset-based Reidsteel has been brought in to build disaster-proof steel structures in the Caribbean following the devastation of hurricanes Harvey and Irma. more »

Ferrovial wins contract for 22km-long Polish dam

5 Dec 2017: Ferrovial has won a €215m (£184m) contract to build a dam to protect against flooding of the Oder River in Poland. more »

Loxam expands with Dublin acquisition

5 Dec 2017: Rental business Loxam has acquired Irish company Swan Plant Hire from its shareholders. more »

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