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Webuild undertakes Italy’s first-ever hyperbaric excavation for Naples-Bari high-speed rail project
Italian construction group Webuild is undertaking what it claims is Italy’s first excavation in a hyperbaric atmosphere, as part of the construction of the Naples-Bari high-speed railway
British Steel wins multi-million contract for high-speed electric railway in Turkey
British Steel says that this will help create a lower-emission transport link between Turkey’s second-largest container port and inland cities
China’s longest single-bore, double-track railway tunnel completed
China Railway No.2 Group has completed the construction of what it claimed is China’s longest single-bore, double-track railway tunnel
3 key takeaways from Eiffage’s first quarter report
Takeaways from the France-based construction company’s first quarter results
10 new ‘megaprojects’ certified by US Department of Labor
A look at new megaprojects approved and funded by the US government
Reported £1 billion cash injection for HS2
Troubled megaproject reported to be in line to receive government funding so it can reach planned central London location
Worker in fatal incident at Fehmarnbelt Tunnel site in Germany
A labourer was killed following a heavy work accident
Rail Baltica to set out opportunities for contractors on €5.8bn project
Rail Baltica is to set out opportunities for contractors and other suppliers on the €5.8 billion (US$6.2 billion) project to link the Baltic states into the European rail network in 2024.
Construction begins on $12bn Brightline West high-speed rail project
Construction on the $12 billion Brightline West high-speed railway, linking Las Vegas and southern California has officially started.
Peab announces SEK 1.5 billion contract on Gothenburg’s West Link
Swedish firm gets more work on railway scheme
Costs are making high-speed rail more challenging to build – is there a solution?
Decision-markers in charge of high-speed rail projects all over the world are warning that higher costs are making them more challenging to build.
Poland moves ahead with its longest rail tunnel
3.8km connection part of plan to modernise country’s 150-year-old rail network
Tunnel vision: The challenges building Melbourne’s new A$12.6bn megaproject
Jim Heron, Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel delivery director explains how the city’s new mega project has had to overcome political, financial and engineering challenges
Go ahead for construction of Moscow-St. Petersburg high-speed rail
Government approves start of work for new railway
US Presidency recommends 14 US transportation projects worth billions
US President and VP throw their support to more than a dozen transit projects
Eiffage and Captrain consortium selected for France rail work
The firms will work on these French railway projects
Vinci wins €700m French railway upgrade contract
Vinci Construction signs-on for nationwide rail regeneration
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.
Global bridge construction market to be worth ‘US$153bn’ by 2029
See which countries will lead the way in building the world’s bridges
Balfour Beatty Vinci JV tunnel boring machine starts last HS2 dig
The equipment will finish off tunnelling for the high-speed rail project
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