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Third TBM for Australia’s longest rail tunnels arrives on site

21/10/2014: Four-year-old Isabelle Andersen wanted Australia’s longest rail tunnels to be painted pink but now has a tunnel boring machine named after her as a compromise. more »

Skanska wins university hospital expansion

21/10/2014: Skanska has signed a SEK1.2bn (£104m) contract for construction of a new healthcare building at Uppsala University Hospital in Sweden. more »

Gothenburg begins studies for twin flood barriers

21/10/2014: Arcadis and Sweco have been appointed by the Swedish city of Gothenburg to carry out a feasibility study for two flood barriers. more »

Mott MacDonald picked for NZ wastewater plant

21/10/2014: Watercare Services has appointed Mott MacDonald to design the NZ$63m (£30m) expansion of Rosedale wastewater treatment plant in Auckland, New Zealand. more »

Van Oord team lands $1.5bn Suez Canal expansion contract

20/10/2014: A consortium consisting of Van Oord, Royal Boskalis Westminster, NMDC (Abu Dhabi) and Jan de Nul has landed a US$1.5bn (£932m) contract as part of the expansion of the Suez Canal. more »

Ferrovial wins Polish expressway contract

20/10/2014: Ferrovial Agroman subsidiary Budimex has been chosen by the Polish Roads Authority to build a 20km section of the S7 expressway. more »

Aecom completes URS acquisition

20/10/2014: Aecom has completed its US$6bn (£3.5bn) acquisition of URS Corporation, which was announced in July. more »

UKTI highlights opportunities on $680m Melbourne scheme

20/10/2014: UK Trade & Industry (UKTI) has said that consortium partners are being sought for a AU$680m (£370m) scheme in Melbourne’s central business district. more »

Jordan and Britain discuss boosting construction links

20/10/2014: Jordan’s minister of public works and the British ambassador to Amman have held a meeting to discuss ways to boost mutual cooperation in the construction sector. more »

Rare antique surveying tools go on show

17/10/2014: A trip to Switzerland may be on the cards for surveyors with an interest in the heritage of their profession. more »

Contract awarded for $231m South Carolina interchange

16/10/2014: Hochtief subsidiary Flatiron and joint venture partner Zachry Construction have been appointed to design and build a US$231m (£144m) interchange in South Carolina, USA. more »

Poland gets €490m funding for highways

16/10/2014: Poland is set to receive loans worth €490m (£390m) from the European Investment Bank (EIB) for the construction of new sections of the S8, S12 and S17 expressways. more »

Kariba Dam rehabilitation moves forward

16/10/2014: The Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) is finalising preparations for the US$290m (£180m) rehabilitation of the Kariba Dam. more »

Balfour Beatty lands $533m Texas hospital

16/10/2014: Balfour Beatty in the USA has signed a US$533m contract (£329m) to renovate and expand the Texas Medical Center campus in Houston. more »

Arcadis to lead remediation following Dutch earthquakes

16/10/2014: Arcadis is coordinate the repair of damage caused by a series of earthquakes in the Groningen province of the Netherlands. more »

Hochtief sells its offshore assets

16/10/2014: Hochtief Europe is carrying out further streamlining by disposing of its offshore assets. more »

Work starts on new-style clean power plant

16/10/2014: CB&I is to build a new type of natural gas power plant designed to produce zero atmospheric emissions, including carbon dioxide. more »

NCC chosen for 9km Norwegian tunnel

16/10/2014: NCC has won the construction contract for a 9.4km tunnel along Norway’s E134 highway between Gvammen and Arhus in Telemark. more »

Geotechnical contract awarded for Riyadh Metro

15/10/2014: Advanced Construction Technology Services (ACTS) has been appointed to oversee drilling work and to conduct testing and analysis along two of the six new metro lines being built in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. more »

Mace wins two Atlanta refurbs

15/10/2014: Mace in North America has been appointed to plan and manage the renovation and repositioning of two of HighBrook Investment Management’s properties in Atlanta, Georgia. more »

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