The US state of Pennsylvania has begun the bidding process for a public-private partnership (P3) involving a number of major bridges.
The government of the Australian state of Queensland has set out details of a US$21.2 billion, four-year roads and transport investment plan designed to support 24,000 jobs.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has approved a loan of US$260 million for the construction of Bangladesh’s first major steel arch bridge.
A UK bridge-building company has expanded with the acquisition of a Wigan-based steel fabrication business.
The Candian government has announced funding for a new pedestrian and cycle bridge in Banff, Alberta.
The governor of the US state of Virginia has announced that agreements have been reached for a US$3.7 billion investment in rail upgrades including construction of a major new bridge.
Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development (DOTD) has received 37 letters of interest regarding the public-private partnership (P3) for the I-10 Calcasieu River Bridge project.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) in the USA has named the bridges being considered for inclusion in its public-private partnership (P3) initiative.
The signing of a US government grant has cleared the way for construction of a bridge that will enable the delivery of large loads destined for space exploration.
Officials in the US state of Louisiana have approved plans to solicit proposals for a public-private partnership (P3) to build and finance a new Calcasieu River Bridge.
A newly approved loan will help the Philippines build 5km of elevated walkways along Manila’s most congested thoroughfare.
The final stage has been completed in the funding process for the US$1.8bn Portal North Bridge project in New Jersey, USA.
Approval has been granted for Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) to consider introducing tolls to support its work to rebuild and repair bridges.
Duplication of the Tasman Highway causeways and McGees Bridge in Australia is now fully funded and construction will soon start.
The Irish government has awarded US$95.2 million in funding for a regeneration project that includes an opening bridge over the River Suir in Waterford.
Federal funding of over US$144 million has been secured towards the replacement of two ageing movable rail bridges in the US state of Connecticut.
A proposal for a new footbridge in Douglas is included in a project plan set out by the Isle of Man’s Department of Infrastructure.
Politicians in the north-east of the USA have welcomed the award of US$248 million in federal funding towards the US$1.8 billion replacement of the Portal Bridge.
Consortium releases statement clarifying members' position in light of US sanctions.
A new consultancy firm for international bridge projects is being set up in Finland.
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