A contract worth about US$2.9 billion has been awarded for a new stretch of Italian high-speed railway that includes almost 7km on viaducts.
Ten modular bridging solutions will be provided for the UK’s high-speed rail project under the new deals.
The quality assurance (QA) contract has been awarded for the US$3.8 billion Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT) expansion project in the USA.
A contract worth US$115m has been awarded for a US highway contract that includes bridges with a combined deck area of more than 37,000m2.
The official inauguration of Genoa’s kilometre-long new bridge is taking place today, less than two years after the original structure collapsed killing 43 people.
A new rail crossing designed by Knight Architects and Schüßler-Plan Berlin will provide a vital link across the Polish-German border in Kostyrzyn/Küstrin.
Stockholm’s latest road bridge will likely turn heads for its striking design, but the logistical effort of transporting it to its final position is equally impressive, writes Khalifa Bokhammas
A chance overlap between two projects sparked the ‘eureka’ moment that led to what could be the first of many network arch railway bridges with carbon cables. Helena Russell reports
Highways England has set out plans for a 12-month programme of road and bridge improvements in the east of the country.
Work has begun on a project to replace four bridges, renovate another and convert a large culvert into a small bridge in the US state of New York.
Crews working for Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) are to use carbon-fibre forms to build a concrete bridge that will replace an old culvert.
A new pedestrian bridge that will also carry a line of the world’s largest model railway has been lifted into place over a 28m-high historic warehouse.
The construction contract has been signed for a new cable-stayed bridge in Trondheim, Norway.
Network Rail has begun the hunt for the contractor for a project that will enable visitors to walk on the world-famous Forth Bridge in Scotland.
The construction contract has been signed for three new bridges as part of the US$353 million Comite River Diversion Canal project in Louisiana, USA.
Value engineering has been used to reduce the planned time for the replacement of a North Carolina bridge from three years to nine months.
The contract has been signed for deconstruction of the original Champlain Bridge in Canada.
The contracting team has been appointed for a US$28 million project to replace a highway bridge in the north west of England.
A symbolic foundation stone has been placed for a 449m-long cable-stayed bridge linking Asunción and Chaco’i in Paraguay.
Road authority Nye Veier has chosen the design-build team for a 1,350m-long bridge over the Norway’s largest lake.
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