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International team named for €2.3bn Mecca Metro

6 Jul 2015: A joint venture of Spanish, Turkish and Saudi companies has been named preferred bidder for the €2.3bn (£1.6bn) construction of lines B and C of the Mecca Metro in Saudi Arabia. more »

Strukton buys Dutch rail business

6 Jul 2015: Dutch Railways has sold to Strukton the company that manages the rail links between industrial tracks and the public network. more »

BRE and partners launch Innovation Park in China

3 Jul 2015: BRE’s Innovation Park in Watford is the inspiration for the launch of another in Gui'an, China. more »

Lift-off for Houston spaceport

3 Jul 2015: Plans for a spaceport in Houston have been approved by the US Federal Highway Administration (FAA). more »

Tunnel connection contract awarded for Stockholm bypass

3 Jul 2015: Skanska has been appointed by the Swedish Transport Administration to build the southern connection of the Stockholm Bypass tunnel. more »

FCC sells Globalvia concessions business

2 Jul 2015: FCC and Bankavia have agreed to sell the Globalvia concession management company for an amount that could reach €420m (£298m). more »

Skanska signs deal for New York hospital expansion

2 Jul 2015: Skanska has won a US$61m (£39m) contract to expand the Orange Regional Medical Center in Middletown, New York. more »

Polish rail construction market continues to grow

2 Jul 2015: Poland's rail construction market is set to pass the PLN6bn (£1bn) mark this year according to a new study. more »

Costs and delays continue to grow on Hong Kong rail link

1 Jul 2015: Hong Kong’s government has expressed “grave concern” that the Guangzhou-Hong Kong-Shenzhen Express Rail Link project will now incur cost overruns of more than 30%. more »

London closes on New York as priciest place to build

1 Jul 2015: London’s overall construction costs are now just 4% lower than those of New York, despite labour costs being far cheaper, Turner & Townsend has found. more »

Hochtief team lands €1.3bn Riyadh airport expansion

1 Jul 2015: A Hochtief-led joint venture is to upgrade and expand the King Khaled International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. more »

Sika expands in Italy

1 Jul 2015: Sika has aquired the remaining shares in admixture business Addiment Italia from its joint venture partner Buzzi Unicem. more »

Van Oord wins contract for 23.5km of Dubai coastal works

30 Jun 2015: Developer Nakheel has awarded marine engineering contractor Van Oord a contract to deliver 23.5km of coastline and breakwaters at Deira Islands, its waterfront city development in Dubai. more »

Expansion of Florida’s Port Everglades secures key clearance

30 Jun 2015: The chief of the US Army Corps of Engineers has backed a proposed scheme to widen and deepen Port Everglades in Florida. more »

Spain awards high-speed rail tunnelling contract

30 Jun 2015: Isolux Corsán has won a €79m (£56m) construction contract on the Bergara-Mondragón, Angiozar section of high-speed railway in the Spanish province of Guipuzcoa. more »

BREEAM scope extended to refurbishment and fit-out projects

30 Jun 2015: The UK Building Research Establishment (BRE) is offering a new assessment scheme for measuring the environmental credentials of refurbishment and fit-out projects worldwide. more »

NCC wins expansion of three Swedish hospitals

30 Jun 2015: NCC has won a SEK3bn (£229m) contract to refurbish and extend three hospitals in Södermanland in Sweden. more »

Lendlease lands $1.1bn Queensland highway deal

29 Jun 2015: Lendlease has been awarded the design and construction of the Gateway Upgrade North project in Queensland, Australia. more »

Komatsu issues warning over fake website

29 Jun 2015: Komatsu has warned that a scam website is posing as part of its group and asking for personal information from people hoping for a job within the company. more »

Skanska expands Tampa airport role

29 Jun 2015: Skanska has won an additional US$60m (£38m) of work at Tampa International Airport in Florida, USA. more »

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