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The fish that inspired a billion-dollar project near the US Great Lakes
Species of fish inspired more than US$1-billion construction project in the US
Pakistan secures US$1bn loan for hydropower project
Pakistan receives $1 billion loan from the World Bank to start hydropower plant
AECOM to advise Ukraine on restoring stricken hydro-power
AECOM agrees partnership with Ukranian hydro-power company Ukrhydroenergo
10 new ‘megaprojects’ certified by US Department of Labor
A look at new megaprojects approved and funded by the US government
How the European Investment Bank is under pressure to reshape infrastructure lending
In a world where banks are facing increasing scrutiny over their lending, the European Investment Bank, the lending arm of the European Union (EU), must make some difficult choices.
Will America’s biggest-ever civil engineering project ever get started?
Funding remains elusive and questions on effectiveness linger for the Coastal Texas Project
Could the drive to decarbonise military forces present an opportunity for construction companies?
As some of the world’s biggest militaries start to look at ways to cut their carbon emissions, could there be opportunities for construction companies?
Is construction still missing a trick when it comes to crumbling infrastructure?
Andrea Bartoli, chief technology officer at Worldsensing, on why we must build resilient infrastructure
Webuild in US$4.7bn deal to build three dams for Neom’s Trojena
Italian contractor Webuild has won a US$4.7 billion deal to build three dams to form a freshwater lake for a ski resort in the Neom special economic zone of Saudi Arabia.
Vinci wins contract to modernise dam near Brisbane in Australia
The project aims to increase the dam’s capacity to protect Toowoomba from flooding and enhance its climate resilience
Building inside mountains: Global demand for pumped hydroelectric storage soars
How mountain lakes are being used to store the world’s excess renewable energy
5 of the world’s biggest hydroelectric dam projects under construction
International Construction examines five of the world’s biggest hydropower projects under construction.
China Gezhouba suspends construction of Niger dam following military coup
Chinese contractor China Gezhouba Group has suspended construction of the the Kandadji dam in Niger following a coup in the country.
Megaprojects: Two reasons why they go wrong (and four key ingredients for success)
As a construction project gets bigger, so do the stakes. What are the root causes of megaprojects going wrong and the key ingredients of success?
Tetra Tech wins $200m deal to modernise flood risk management infrastructure
Consulting engineer Tetra Tech has won a $200 million contract to provide architectural and engineering design services to modernise inland navigation and flood risk management infrastructure in the US.
Construction of $14 billion reservoir starts in China
Construction work on a reservoir costing more than 100 billion yuan (US$12.3 billion) has started in China’s Chongqing municipality.
Canadian reservoir project for Vinci
US$295 million project awarded to Vinci 
Albanian dam could supplant Russian gas
Bechtel undertaking preparatory work for €500 million Skavica hydroelectric plant
Special concrete used for dam in Morocco
Roller-Compacted Concrete supplied by BHS-Sonthofen mixing plants for Morocco dam project 
Hydro-electric power station ahead of schedule
Renewable energy already being produced at Keeyask Generating Station in Canada
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