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Ferrovial sells stake in Indian road construction company for €214 million
Dutch-headquartered infrastructure company Ferrovial has sold its stake Indian road construction company IRB Infrastructure Developers via its Cintra subsidiary
Two companies win permits to build Netherlands’ largest wind farms in North Sea
Two companies have won permits to build and operate two new offshore wind firms that are set to be the Netherlands’ largest in the North Sea
EU’s construction strengths and weaknesses revealed
Does FIECs report point to a construction rise or downturn on the continent?
McDermott executes its heaviest lift
See how much the company lifted for this offshore wind power project
Hitachi outlines plans for direct rental in Europe
HCME to offer rental in France, UK and the Netherlands, starting later this year
Are mild winters helping European construction efficiency?
How a global warming trend is helping winter construction activity
Mott MacDonald to advise on major European battery storage project as revenue hits $3 billion
Engineering consultancy Mott MacDonald is to advise on the construction of one of Europe’s largest battery energy storage projects in the Netherlands.
Building the ‘world’s first’ fully electric large foundation rig
Danfoss Editron collaborates to introduce the first fully electric large foundation rig
Ferrovial buys stake in Indian roads company for €740m
Infrastructure firm Ferrovial has paid €740 million (US$802.3 million) for a stake in an investment company that develops and operates road projects in India.
Three engineering firms to assess Netherlands’ bridges and viaducts
Engineering firms Arup, Iv Group and Wagemaker will reassess bridges and viaducts across the Netherlands under a new framework deal.
US road construction projects help drive growth at Ferrovial
Infrastructure group Ferrovial picked up nearly US$1.3 billion worth of road construction projects in Texas and Florida in 2023, as the company unveiled 9.9% construction revenue growth for the year.
Two killed in bridge lift accident on Dutch construction site
Two construction workers have died and another two were seriously injured when a section of bridge being lifted into place on a road project collapsed.
Why construction in the Netherlands has gone to pot
The building made from cannabis nominated for the Dutch Architects Best Building Award 2023
Selwood owner buys Dutch pump rental business
Workdry International buys Zwolle-based renter
Eiffage aims to stay ahead in energy transition race with acquisition of Dutch firm
French construction giant Eiffage has bought a Dutch company specialising in security installations, IT networks and industrial automation.
Decarbonisation efforts stalling in Europe and US, new study finds
Global Retrofit Index reveals current plans to improve energy performance are falling short
BAM reports promising Q3 results despite challenging market conditions
The company’s Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDA) are said to have adjusted to €199 million in the first nine months
Construction starts on huge Dutch hydrogen network
Grid operator Gasunie initiates 1,200km pipeline set to cost €1.5 billion
Amsterdam airport opens own concrete recycling facility
The new facility is said to be able to store, sort and break down concrete rubble into small chunks using large crushing units before turning it into recycled concrete products
Ritchie Bros. hails successful auction
In-person auction returns to Dutch facility
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