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Six to build Dubai’s ‘infinity’ bridge

24 May 2018: Besix Group subsidiary Six Construct has been appointed as the contractor for a Dubai bridge whose design is based on the symbol for infinity. more »

Hochtief lands Singapore tunnelling contract

24 May 2018: Hochtief subsidiary Leighton Asia is the lead partner in a joint venture that has won a contract worth A$540m (£305m) for tunnel and infrastructure work in Singapore. more »

London law firm expands HK construction practice

24 May 2018: The Hong Kong office of London-based law firm HFW has appointed a new construction partner . more »

Aecom team unveils design for Denver Airport hyperloop

23 May 2018: A team that includes Aecom has unveiled its initial design for a hyperloop station serving Denver International Airport in the USA. more »

Financial close reached on €160m Irish wind farm

23 May 2018: Financial close has been reached on the Oweninny wind farm project in Ireland. more »

SNC-Lavalin wins Saudi district cooling scheme contract

23 May 2018: SNC-Lavalin has won an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for a district cooling scheme in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. more »

New partnership tackles cyberattacks on infrastructure

23 May 2018: Professional services firm GHD has teamed up with cybersecurity specialist Virsec to address the growing risk of cyberattacks on infrastructure. more »

HDR to design 1400-bed Chinese hospital

23 May 2018: HDR has been named as architect for a 1,400-bed hospital in Guilin, China. more »

Downer wins contract for Aussie military training area

23 May 2018: A joint venture of Downer and FKG Group has been appointed as managing contractor to carry out major remediation of the Shoalwater Bay military training area in Australia. more »

Contractor picked to tear down Seattle viaduct

21 May 2018: Contractor Kiewit has won a US$93.7m (£70m) contract to tear down a major viaduct that is being replaced by a tunnel in the middle of the US city of Seattle. more »

Work starts on India’s longest road tunnel

21 May 2018: India’s prime minister has kicked off work on India’s longest road tunnel and other major projects including 100km of new roads. more »

Fuelling set to start for world’s first floating nuclear power station

21 May 2018: What is set to become the world’s first floating nuclear power station has arrived in Murmansk in Russia, where it will be loaded with fuel. more »

L&T lands contract for Indian dry dock

20 May 2018: L&T Construction has won a contract worth INR15bn (£186m) for design and construction work at a dry dock in India. more »

British designer takes key role in regeneration of US landmark

20 May 2018: A Leicester-based design firm has been playing a key role in a project nearing completion to regenerate the area around the Gateway Arch in St Louis in the US state of Missouri. more »

Terex appoints Texan dealer

20 May 2018: Scotland-based Terex Trucks has appointed a new dealer for South Texas in the USA. more »

Gammon wins Singapore data centre

16 May 2018: Balfour Beatty’s 50:50 Far East joint venture, Gammon Construction, has won a contract worth SD$253m (£139m) to build a data centre in northern Singapore. more »

Astaldi teams up with IHI

16 May 2018: Italian contractor Astaldi has entered into a strategic partnership with Japan’s IHI Corporation and its subsidiary Infrastructure Systems. more »

Canadian government commits $1.5bn to light rail project

16 May 2018: The Canadian federal government is to contribute up to CA$1.53bn (£880m) towards Calgary's CA$4.65bn Green Line light rail transit project, matching a commitment already made by the province of Alberta. more »

NCC to extend Sweden’s largest amusement park

16 May 2018: NCC has been appointed to build a water park and a hotel to extend the largest amusement park in the Nordic region. more »

Mammoet and Potain kit picked for lifting work at Kuwait airport

16 May 2018: The contractor building a US$4.3bn (£3.2bn) terminal at Kuwait International Airport has picked both Potain and Mammoet equipment for the lifting operations. more »

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