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India commits to record infrastructure spending
The Indian government’s budget commits to spending around 3.4% of GDP on infrastructure
Consortium chosen for California people mover project
Consortium will build an automated people mover in Southern California, US
ABC endorses Donald Trump for president
US-based Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) endorsed Donald Trump for president
Contractor selected for latest phase of £4bn UK housing project
The company will now deliver the next phase of Red Bank Riverside
New towing regulation helps UK machine users
The decision impacts towing rules in England, Scotland, and Wales
US government approve US$12.6 billion hydrogen hub programme
State and federal entities approved a US$12.6 billion hydrogen hub build
US EPA announces grants to investigate novel construction materials
US agency is looking into how new construction materials impact environment
Republicans visit Komatsu to set out a vision for US construction’s future
See what three elected US Republicans said at Komatsu’s roundtable
MLB team gets approval for US$1.3bn stadium, Mortensen to build
An MLB team received municipal approval for Mortensen to build a billion-dollar stadium
Kier highlights 7% order book growth in recent report
The Group set a medium-term target to achieve a revenue of between £4 to £4.5 billion
Funding for US$4.5bn bridges project
A look at the timeline for a pair of bridge projects in the US
Corruption controversy engulfs Australian construction union
An Australian government minister has asked the federal police to investigate allegations of corruption against the construction division of the Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU)
Fed funding pushes construction start on Washington-Oregon bridge
Federal funding helped start phase one of a major bridge project start in the US Northwest
US sued over ‘failure to examine harms’ from delayed offshore oil decommissioning
Center for Biological Diversity claims Interior Dept has not examined harms of idle platforms
Construction equipment supplier agrees to pay out-of-court settlement over Crimean bridge prosecution
Dutch construction equipment supplier Dieseko has agreed to pay an out-of-court settlement to end an investigation into the sale of machines used for the construction of a bridge in Crimea
US construction: A market that defies expectations
US construction equipment sales were expected to drop in 2023 but instead set a record
Project update: Hinkley Point C prepares to install ‘the heart’ of the new nuclear power station
The video, presented by Hinkley Point C’s nuclear island director Simon Parsons, takes viewers behind the scenes
US overtime pay rule now in effect
Multiple lawsuits filed against DOL’s increase to worker salary thresholds
Man pleads guilty to obstructing investigation into construction workplace death
A man has pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy and three charges of obstruction in relation to an investigation into the workplace death of a construction worker
Serbia begins construction on Belgrade-Niš railway
The Belgrade-Niš railway line forms part of Pan-European Corridor X
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