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Carillion closes £190m Irish schools deal

27 Jul 2016: A Carillion joint venture has achieved financial close on a public-private partnership contract for six schools in Ireland. more »

MIT study proposes greener approach to road maintenance

27 Jul 2016: Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the USA have published a paper that proposes using ‘big data’ to identify specific sections of roads where improvements will have the greatest impact. more »

LafargeHolcim sells Sri Lankan buisiness

27 Jul 2016: LafargeHolcim has signed an agreement to sell its interest in Holcim Lanka for US$400m (£305m). more »

Arup picked for record-breaking timber tower

26 Jul 2016: Arup has been appointed to develop a 21-storey tower that will be the world’s tallest wooden residential building to date. more »

Granite team wins $279m Connecticut wastewater tunnel

26 Jul 2016: A joint venture of Granite subsidiary Kenny Construction and Obayashi Corporation has won a US$279m (£212m) contract for the South Hartford Conveyance & Storage Tunnel (SHCST) in Hartford in the US state of Connecticut. more »

Skanska sells Swedish installation business

26 Jul 2016: Skanska has sold a division that specialises in installation of services including electricity, heating, sanitation and ventilation. more »

US construction starts fall 7%

24 Jul 2016: New construction starts in the USA dropped 7% in June compared to May, to an annual rate of US$595.1bn (£454bn). more »

Port of LA moves forward with green terminal

24 Jul 2016: A US$27m (£20.6m) project is getting under way in Los Angeles to showcase how clean energy solutions can be adopted for marine terminal operations. more »

BAM to build €40m base for 50 fire engines

22 Jul 2016: Royal BAM Group’s German building company has been appointed to build a centre for fire and rescue services in Leverkusen, north of Cologne. more »

CH2M wins contract for repairs to Hudson River piles

22 Jul 2016: Hudson River Park Trust (HRPT) in New York, USA, has appointed CH2M to oversee the design of repairs to the approximately 3,500 steel piles that hold up the largest pier structure on the river. more »

Lendlease signs deal for 145ha Perth housing scheme

22 Jul 2016: Lendlease and LandCorp have signed an agreement to work together on a new 145 hectare site on Perth's northern coast. more »

Preferred team picked for Calgary bus transit PPP

22 Jul 2016: The Canadian city of Calgary has selected Plenary Infrastructure as the preferred proponent for a new bus operating, storage and transit facility. more »

SNC-Lavalin picked for Quebec biotech HQ

21 Jul 2016: SNC-Lavalin has won a CA$12.5m (£7.3m) design contract for a major new biopharmacutical facility in Quebec City, Canada. more »

Malaysia and Singapore to build high-speed railway

20 Jul 2016: The governments of Malaysia and Singapore have signed an agreement to build a high-speed railway between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. more »

Detroit knocks down its 10,000th vacant building

20 Jul 2016: The US city of Detroit has reached a major milestone in its blight-removal effort, with the removal of the 10,000th vacant building in 2.5 years. more »

Fall for UK and rise for Sweden in latest European construction stats

20 Jul 2016: The latest figures from the EU’s statistical office see the UK amongst the losers while Sweden comes out on top. more »

Tunnelling begins on Sydney’s M4 East project

18 Jul 2016: The first road header has headed underground to start excavation work for the West Connex tunnel as part of the M4 East highway project in Sydney, Australia. more »

Hill International picked for Kuwait hospital schemes

18 Jul 2016: Hill International is to be project manager for two new hospitals in Kuwait. more »

Slovenian infrastructure gets funding boost

18 Jul 2016: The European Investment Bank (EIB) is increasing its support for smaller infrastructure projects in Slovenia with €50m (£41.8m) of financing. more »

Ferrovial and Acciona win $250m Australian bridge contract

18 Jul 2016: Ferrovial and Acciona are to design and build the AU$250m (£144m) Clarence River Crossing in New South Wales, Australia. more »

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