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Hochtief subsidiary wins second Melbourne Airport construction package
CPB, part of Hochtief-owned CIMIC Group, has won a second construction package for work at Melbourne Airport
Imperial War Museum and Cambridge University search for aviation tech development partner
Aviation technology cluster aims to become the UK’s new home for the research and development, prototype testing, certification and manufacture of new low and zero carbon aircraft technology.
How is the quarrying and mining sector embracing change?
Mining and quarrying have long been, in most aspects, ahead of construction regarding the use of new technology
Construction of $3 billion chip plant in Germany delayed by 2 years
The construction of a $3 billion chip plant for US-based Wolfspeed in Germany has been delayed by two years later than its original target start
Bechtel ramps up recruitment drive for Rio Grande LNG export facility mega project
Bechtel is opening a Craft Professional Recruitment Centre in Texas to hire workers for the Rio Grande LNG plant
Supermarket chain Lidl seeks contractors to build hundreds of new stores
German supermarket chain Lidl is running a series of events aimed at forging relationships with construction contractors as it plans to open hundreds of new stores across the UK
Can Monster Trucks help JCB make headway in North America?
JCB is using this sports league to market to North America customers
Roadbuilding: Green initiatives, infrastructure investment, and emerging technology
The future will need roads, and governments across the world have announced major projects, some set to last more than a decade
Demolition begins at high school where 17 died
Works at site of 2018 Parkland shooting to take weeks
Contractor appointed to build first runway at Dominican Republic’s new international airport
Contractor Acciona is set to build the first runway at a new international airport in the Dominican Republic
Irish firm wins work on major Singapore aquarium project
Irish firm selected to work on portion of Singapore aquarium project
3 highlights from Lennar’s second quarter results
A look at the highlights of Lennar’s second-quarter results
Luffers take over to finish La Sagrada Familia
Conventional hammerhead tower crane replaced with luffers on Barcelona’s famous basilica
Japan to demolish tower that blocks view of Mount Fuji
10-storey apartment block to be torn down after locals complain
Jacobs to establish contracts framework for multi-billion-dollar Canadian transportation programme
Consultant Jacobs has won the strategic advisory and commercial management services contract (SACMS) with Metrolinx’s Capital Projects Group
Hochtief subsidiary to build one of Australia’s biggest solar farms
Pacific Partnerships, a subsidiary of Hochtief-owned Cimic Group is to build one of the largest solar farms in Australia
Indian government approves major rail project
India approves funding for major railway build
JCB aims to double size of Latin American operations with $100m investment
JCB is to invest 500 million reais (just under US$100 million) on modernizing and expanding its Latin American operations
Liberty Industrial blasts 11,500-tonne offshore platform
Controlled collapse carried out on Northern Offshore’ floating oil and gas production facility
Facing €19bn deficit, is Rail Baltica megaproject doomed?
Is the massive multinational railway too expensive to build?
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