Ballast Needam has announced that it has successfully installed the last of 80 monopolie foundations for the Butendiek offshore wind farm in the German sector of the North Sea.
Hochtief has won a €132M (£104M) contract to construct the Triebwasserweg Maria Stein tunnel for a new hydropower development in Prutz, Austria.
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Since reporting its findings last year, infrastructure sector businesses have been lining up in support of the Infrastructure Carbon Review, which said efforts to unblock barriers to CO2 reduction hinge on client leadership. Jon Masters reports.
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HM Treasury has confirmed it will guarantee a £230M loan for Grangemouth petrochemical plant in Scotland to build Europe’s largest ethane storage tank.
WYG has joined an Amec-led team which was this week appointed as preferred bidder for the development of Poland’s first nuclear power plant.
Six tidal lagoon power plants would contribute £27bn to UK GDP over the next 12 years, according to new research.
The proposed Rampion offshore wind farm, situated off the coast of Sussex, has been the government go-ahead.
Atlantis, the owner-operator of Scotland’s Pentland Firth tidal power project, has agreed terms with the contractors who will build the scheme.
Matthew Hancock has been appointed the new construction minister, following David Cameron’s ministerial reshuffle, after Michael Fallon was moved to defence secretary.
The Government has delivered cost savings of over £3bn on infrastructure projects since 2010, according to the third annual report of the Infrastructure Cost Review.