Aarsleff has been awarded the DKK1.2bn (£140M) contract for construction of Denmark’s tallest building after undertaking pile testing at the site.
The US Geological Survey (USGS) has published a special report to mark the fifth anniversary of the fatal Oso Landslide in Washington State, US to look at what lessons have been learned.
Black and Veatch has been selected by Hong Kong’s Water Supplies Department to research the relocation of reservoirs to caverns.
Grand Paris Express project promoter Société du Grand Paris has said that an open day is to be held on 30 March to reveal its fourth tunnel boring machine (TBM).
Hong Kong’s MTR Corporation has restarted the inspection programme of diaphragm wall and floor slab construction quality at Hung Hom Station after issues with the testing procedure were recorded in January.
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Keller India has teamed up with colleagues from Malaysia to deliver the company’s first project in Bangladesh which will create the country’s largest power plant.
German high speed rail operator DB Fernverkehr has started the search for a contractor to deliver excavations and foundations for the rebuilding of its depot in Berlin.
Main contractor Ingenieros Civiles Asociados has celebrated breakthrough on “one of the most difficult legs” of the 62km Emisor Oriente wastewater tunnel in Mexico City.
French canal developer Canal Seine-Nord Europe has launched the tender process for geotechnical specialist to provide permeability testing and analysis support for the project.
Satellite images have suggested that construction of the M4 West Connex road tunnels in Sydney, Australia is having a greater impact on surface ground movement than predicted by the project.