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Caddell Construction breaks ground on $943.1m US Embassy in Mexico City

US-based Caddell Construction has broken ground on a $943.1m US Embassy building in the New Polanco district of Mexico City, Mexico. The multi-building complex, being constructed on an 8.5-acre site, is expected to provide a secure, modern, and environmentally sustainable platform for US diplomacy.

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Balfour Beatty, Skanska and Costain completes UK'S biggest road project

The A14 Integrated Delivery Team, comprised of Balfour Beatty, Skanska and Costain, has successfully completed the second of 34 bridges and main structures on the UK's biggest road project.

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Skanska builds mixed-use development in London, UK, for GBP 140M, about SEK 1.6 billion

Skanska has signed a contract for constructing a mixed-use commercial and retail development in the City of London, UK. The client is confidential.

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BAM wins 80millin euros contract

BAM wins 80millin euros contract to build office development in Birmingham

BAM Construct UK has been awarded an 80m euros contract by Rockspring Property Investment Managers (Rockspring) and Sterling Property Ventures (Sterling) to construct office building in Birmingham, UK.

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Boxpark, Quintain secure planning permission for Boxpark in Wembley Park

Boxpark and Quintain have secured planning permission from the London Borough of Brent for Boxpark Wembley, Londonís biggest Boxpark, in Wembley Park.

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Northampton Co. revokes $10M grant to Da Vinci Science City

Northampton County Council has repealed a $10 million grant originally allocated to Easton's proposed Da Vinci Science City. Council members say they still support the project but the grant was too costly and the 40-year term was far too long.

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