Construction and Infrastructure news

An agreement has been signed by Nottingham Trent University and Mace, the international consultancy and construction company, to explore ways of working together

With the Ebola crisis showing no signs of slowing down in Sierra Leone a conference in London will look at the consequences for companies operating in Africa

In a symbolic ground-breaking ceremony, ThyssenKrupp laid the foundation stone for its elevator test tower on the afternoon of December 16

This year's Strategic Infrastructure Top 100 report by GC/LA identifies projects worth a total of $406 billion in the top five sectors in the top five regions of the world

Tata Steel takes advantage of FRUTIGER's system to recycle water at Port Talbot

The winning projects were announced during a ceremony at the 6th North American Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum in Washington DC

Vice President Joe Biden speaks at the North American Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum to an audience of more than 400 public and private sectors executives

With projects worth $282.3 billion out of a total of $571 billion across the region, the Middle East is generating more value than any other region says a new report

The £1.4 billion contract to operate the cross-London Crossrail franchise has gone to Hong Kong-based MTR Corporation

A new report from PwC says the recovery will be led largely by emerging Asian economies as spending shifts from west to east

The creation of an Infrastructure Codesa, similar to the Convention for a Democratic South Africa (Codesa), will keep the infrastructure development momentum going for next 20 years

The new railway, which will eventually link the port of Mombasa with Uganda, is a critical infrastructure project to boost regional trade and deepen integration in East Africa

Holcim, the Swiss cement firm, is to buy its French rival Lafarge

China’s government has announced measures to boost the country’s economic growth