A Japanese construction firm has unveiled designs for an underwater city which it says could be built within two decades.
The design of the Khalifa Stadium in Qatar, a venue for the 2022 World Cup, has been unveiled by tournament organiser, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy.
Arcadis has won a major flood resilience project on the New York subway.
Construction of a £31bn canal linking the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans through Nicaragua will start on 22 December.
Arcadis has agreed a strategic alliance with Chinese consultant Shanghai Greenment Environmental Technology, as it seeks to expand its presence in China.
Engineering charity RedR UK has secured a contract to train NHS staff heading to Sierra Leone to tackle Ebola.
Danish consulting giant Cowi is to seek synergies between the bridge design skills of recent acquisition Flint & Neill and its latest purchase, tunnelling specialist Donaldson Associates.
The ambitious Gulf Co-operation Council railway scheme will run for 2,200km across the Middle East and is initially priced at £175bn, but procurement and securing an overall delivery body remain concerns. NCE reports
Delhi’s ambitious metro construction programme continues at an incredible pace, with the latest section celebrating an unusual breakthrough, as Margo Cole reports.
A vast array of construction projects makes the Middle East an extremely attractive market to pursue, but as Mark Hansford explains, potential riches are not won without risks.
A New York infrastructure chief has spoken of the challenges and joys of his role, along with plans to set up regular meetings with those in similar positions in London and other major cities.
While we may marvel at the speed and alacrity with which China has expanded its high speed rail network, its progress in road building has been even more impressive. In 2012 and 2013, China opened more than 10,000km of new expressway (motorway) each year and this year already more than a further 8,000km has been opened.
On World Humanitarian Day last month I noted the theme for this year was calling for more humanitarian heroes. The world needed them – and still needs them – but the world needs more. It needs local heroes. Skilled local heroes, who know the area better than anyone else.