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Belfast sewerage upgrade (12/9/06)
 Morgan Sindall's infrastructure services provider Morgan Est, and Belfast-based joint venture partner Farrans (Construction), have been awarded a three-year £91.8 million deal to upgrade Belfast's sewerage system for Northern Ireland Water Service.
VINCI to build US tunnels (6/9/06)
VINCI Construction Grands Projets, leader of a consortium with two American companies - Parsons RCI Inc, a subsidiary of Parsons Corp.
Investors to buy Boart Longyear (6/9/06)
 A group of institutional investors led by Australia's Macquarie Bank has agreed to acquire an undisclosed shareholding in drilling equipment and services company, Boart Longyear.
Second tower for Malmö skyline (6/9/06)
Danish firm CF Møller Architects, with Arup as design engineer, is to construct a second landmark skyscraper in the Swedish city of Malmö, complementing Calatrava's award-winning Turning Torso.
Consortium selected for key Olympic role (6/9/06)
In London, the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has announced that the CLM consortium has been selected as the preferred bidder for the role of Delivery Partner.
Scottish wave power (5/9/06)
A wave power project in Portugal has inspired the Scottish Executive to back a similar scheme for Scotland.
Göransson leaves NCC (5/9/06)
Alf Göransson, president and CEO of Sweden's NCC, the parent company of foundation contractor Hercules, has announced he will leave the company by 5 March 2007, to takeover as CEO of Swedish security company Securitas.
Work to start on Karakoram Highway  (5/9/06)
Construction of the 809km Karakoram Highway between Pakistan and China is to start by the end of this year following the completion of a feasibility study, according to the Associated Press of Pakistan (APP).
Film studios lead New York regeneration plans (30/8/06)
New York City Council (NYCC) has approved plans to enlarge Silvercup West studios, where numerous movies and TV shows - including The Sopranos, have been filmed.
Shipyard drives Indonesian investment (1/9/06)
South Korea's Daeju Construction Engineering is to invest US$ 500 million in a new shipyard and city housing complexes on Indonesia's Karimun Island.