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Russia and Jordan sign deal for nuclear plant construction

24/09/2014: The nuclear agencies of Jordan and Russia have signed a project development agreement on construction of a nuclear power plant in the province of Zarqa in central Jordan. more »

Strukton and BAM move into test phase on Delft station

24/09/2014: Contractors including Strukton and BAM have presented Delft’s new underground station for acceptance by the client ProRail. more »

Dam completed for Mott’s Vietnam hydro scheme

24/09/2014: Reservoir impoundment has begun for the Song Bung 4 hydropower project, which is being built in steep and rugged terrain on an isolated site in Vietnam. more »

Bids invited for Bosnian bypass

23/09/2014: UK Trade & Investment has highlighted opportunities for British businesses to bid for construction and consultancy work for a major new bypass in Bosnia & Herzegovina. more »

New South Wales invites bids for 155km highway upgrade

22/09/2014: Expressions of interest have been invited for delivery of the 155km Woolgoolga to Ballina section of the Pacific Highway in New South Wales (NSW), Australia. more »

Lafarge continues debt reduction with Mexican sale

22/09/2014: Lafarge is selling its 47% minority stake in its cement operations in Mexico to Elementia for US$225m (£138m). more »

Offsite construction available online

22/09/2014: Publicity surrounding the record flotation of Chinese e-commerce website Alibaba last week has thrown a spotlight onto the commercial challenges being posed by Chinese companies to British builders. more »

Skanska shortlisted for Virginia road package

22/09/2014: A Skanska joint venture is among three teams shortlisted by Virginia Department of Transportation in the USA for a package of projects known as the Route 29 Solutions. more »

UK rises in rankings for foreign investment

22/09/2014: An assessment of the world’s best countries for investing in infrastructure has put the UK in the top 10. more »

New York gets $1.9bn for storm protection

19/09/2014: New York State is expected to receive US$1.915bn (£1.7bn) in funding from the US federal government to help safeguard infrastructure against severe storms. more »

L&T to build Oman airbase

19/09/2014: Oman’s Ministry of Defence has awarded Larsen & Toubro a contract to build a new airbase in Al Dakhiliya. more »

Greece receives €815m for transport and energy schemes

19/09/2014: The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed finance agreeements worth €815m (£643m) for motorways, the Thessaloniki metro and an improved electricity transmission network in Greece. more »

John Holland team lands $650m Australian prison deal

19/09/2014: A consortium of John Holland, GEO, Honeywell and Capella Capital has won a contract to design and build Ravenhall Prison in west Melbourne, Australia. more »

Hong Kong to spend billions on seven new rail lines

18/09/2014: Hong Kong’s transport secretary has outlined plans for seven new railway projects with a total preliminary cost estimate of HK$110bn (£8.7bn). more »

European construction output stablises

18/09/2014: Production in Europe’s construction sector remained stable in July according to initial estimates from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. more »

Mott MacDonald opens new Oman office

18/09/2014: Mott MacDonald has opened a new office in Oman to house more than 500 staff. more »

Lafarge sells Russian cement plant

17/09/2014: Lafarge has agreed to sell its cement operations in the Urals region of Russia for €104m (£83m). more »

Hill International to manage €600m Kosovo highway project

17/09/2014: The government of Kosovo has awarded Hill International a contract to manage construction of the Route 6 highway. more »

Strabag team to build Polish motorway with 78 bridges

17/09/2014: A consortium of Strabag and Budimex has signed a contract to build a 41km section of the A4 motorway in south-eastern Poland. more »

Construction begins of €1.2bn Danish railway

16/09/2014: Denmark’s railway infrastructure manager, Banedanmark, has begun preparatory construction work on a 115km railway that will connect with the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel. more »

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