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Thiess wins US$1.2 billion six-year extension on Australian coal mine equipment
Thiess to continue support work at Australian mining site for another six years
Trevi Group selected for Melbourne freeway project
Company will work on this major Australian motorway scheme
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
US Presidency recommends 14 US transportation projects worth billions
US President and VP throw their support to more than a dozen transit projects
Contractors halt tunnelling on Sydney’s M6 Stage 1 after second incidence of subsidence
Work halted at site where tunnelling has been taking place for the A$3 billion M6 Stage 1 road project after a second incidence of subsidence
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.
Balfour Beatty Vinci JV tunnel boring machine starts last HS2 dig
The equipment will finish off tunnelling for the high-speed rail project
Four new construction and civil engineering contracts for Implenia
These four projects were awarded to Swiss contractor Implenia
Hunt begins for consultant on $1.3bn Ulaanbaatar subway
Authorities in Mongolia’s capital have launched an international tender process to support the construction of a US$1.3 billion subway
Joint venture selected for US$16bn Hudson Tunnel Project
A joint venture of three companies has been chosen as the delivery partner for one of America’s largest infrastructure projects 
Bauer working on the construction of Metro Line 3 in Panama
The new line is expected to significantly reduce traffic congestion in the city after its commissioning in 2026
Larsen & Toubro wins Jakarta railway deal worth up to $300m
India’s biggest construction company Larsen & Toubro has won a contract to build an extension to the Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line in Indonesia.
Peab commissioned for US$38m rail job
Construction and civil firm has signed on to rail-expansion project
Sustainable solutions: How can we reduce the impact of drilling on the environment?
Drilling is a crucial component of construction, but its impact on the environment can be significant. Catrin Jones explores solutions
How Strabag unintentionally broke a tunnelling world record
Contractor Strabag has broken the world record for the longest single TBM drive, using a Herrenknecht TBM on the Woodsmith mine tunnel project for Anglo American - here’s how they did it.
Skanska wins US$113m New York airport contract
Sweden-based firm will update infrastructure as part of multi-million-dollar deal
Bangladesh pursuing US$9bn in loans for bridge projects
The government is looking to borrow approximately US$9 billion for five bridge projects.
TBM prepares for launch on Vienna’s subway expansion project
120m-long Herrenknecht machine set to excavate a 2.1km-long tunnel beneath the Austrian capital
3,200 tonne TBM delivered to France-Italy rail tunnel project
334-m-long machine will excavate 18km of the Mon Cenis base tunnel
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