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Coreworx Inc. ("Coreworx") announced today a major oil company has extended their contract to use Coreworx Interface Management to help manage risk on their projects.

Leading global construction and facilities-related services firm, Gilbane Building Company has been awarded the DBIA (Design Build Institute of America) 2017 Design-Build Project/Team Merit Award for the Mule Creek Infill Complex Project in Ione, California.

The Heavy Civil Infrastructure business vertical of L&T Construction bagged a major order worth ? 8,650 crore from Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) for the construction of Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL), Packages 01 & 03.

Builder and developer, Seddon, is building 131 high-specification new homes for Cube Great Places, part of Great Places Housing Group, in Manchester.

The 7th edition of BuildTech Asia concluded on 26 October with a record number of visitors and international participation since its inception.

Shawmut Design and Construction, a leading $1.3 billion national construction management firm announced the completion of a new Benihana restaurant inside the John Hancock Center in Chicago.

ENGIE (www.ENGIE.com) and Fenix (www.FenixIntl.com) announce that they have agreed on a transaction in which ENGIE will acquire [1] 100% of Fenix International, a next generation energy company, offering Solar Home Systems (SHS) in Africa.

Kier today announces it has been awarded a seven year contract valued at £147m to provide highways services across Shropshire for Shropshire Council.

Viewpoint, the established leader in ERP, project management and mobile solutions for the construction industry, today unveiled its vision for helping contractors increase productivity and profitability through cloud-based software that integrates end-to-end operations across the office, team and field.

Increasing diversity in construction points to a better future at UK Construction Week Day two of UK Construction Week started in the early hours of Wednesday morning with BBC Breakfast live onsite to film the largest construction trade show in action.

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