A team of 11 volunteers from Parsons has worked in partnership with Bridges to Prosperity (B2P) to build a 47m suspension footbridge over the Rio Grande River in Panama.
See the annual rebuilding of the 38m-long Qeswachaka Bridge over the River Apurimac, 700km southeast of Lima.
The contract for a 7.1km-long viaduct has been awarded to Nagarjuna Construction Company.
An industry forum has been held in this week to kick-off the procurement process for a major crossing of the Mobile River in the US state of Alabama.
The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) has awarded the tender for the 1.1km Mtentu Bridge.
Construction of the Maputo-Katembe Bridge in Mozambique is continuing - see current progress on the site via this drone footage.
Thirty-eight huge footings for the New Champlain Bridge in Canada are being installed using a specially-built floating foundations installer
The Turkish government has awarded a consultancy contract for the record-breaking bridge being built over the Dardanelles Strait.
The final deck segment of the Mersey Gateway Bridge in north-west England was completed yesterday.
A US$318m construction contract has been awarded for the second phase of the Kosciuszko Bridge project in New York, USA.
A contract has been awarded for the construction of 16 bridges – including one more than 870m long – in Australia.
The contractor has been appointed for a US project that features five bridged sections and covered canopies for pedestrians.
A US$232 million construction contract has been awarded for the replacement of a bascule bridge in Bronx County in the US state of New York.
A contract has been signed for construction of the Logomo pedestrian bridge in Turku, Finland.
The government of Western Australia has announced that fabrication of the Swan River Pedestrian Bridge is now to take place in Perth.
Contractors building the new Champlain Bridge in Montreal, Canada, have reached another milestone with installation of the first pier cap on the cable-stayed bridge.
The first of the twin cable-stayed structures making up the new Goethals Bridge in the USA has opened to traffic.
Australian contractor John Holland Pty Ltd has been fined more than US$200,000 following an accident in which a worker narrowly avoided being crushed.
A detour bridge which will eventually become part of a permanent new crossing has been installed on a site in Nova Scotia.
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