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30 October 2014 - PPP for Patna metro

A metro project in the capital of Bihar state in India will be delivered through a PPP, a state minister has confirmed. Read more...

30 October 2014 - Maitland hospital faces political battle

The new Maitland hospital in New South Wales (NSW) could find itself at the heart of a political battle in the run-up to the state elections in March 2015. Read more...

29 October 2014 - Winner for Aussie hospital

A preferred bidder has been chosen to deliver the new Northern Beaches Hospital PPP in New South Wales. Read more...

29 October 2014 - Rajasthan sets up PPP council

The State Government of Rajasthan in India has set up a council to boost PPPs in the region. Read more...

29 October 2014 - NZ study backs water infra

A new study has called for greater investment in water infrastructure in New Zealand – but has not suggested how this might be funded. Read more...

29 October 2014 - Timor Leste launches oil hub PPP

The Government of Timor-Leste is seeking a private partner to design, finance, construct and maintain a hub for the country's oil and petroleum industry. Read more...

28 October 2014 - Philippines sees interest in LRT-2

Twelve companies came the Philippines Light Rail Transit 2 (LRT-2) project’s pre-qualification conference, the country has confirmed – however no interest has been shown in an operation and maintenance contract for the existing LRT-1. Read more...

28 October 2014 - Odisha signs water PPP

The Odisha government in India has signed a concession agreement for a new water supply project. Read more...

24 October 2014 - New Asian infra bank launched

A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by 21 countries for the founding of a new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). Read more...

24 October 2014 - Winner for Sydney LRT

A preferred bidder has been named for Sydney’s new CBD and South East Light Rail project. Read more...

23 October 2014 - APEC ministers back PPP

The finance ministers of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) organisation have set out a “roadmap to successful infrastructure PPP projects” in the region. Read more...

23 October 2014 - Leighton profits up 21%

Australian construction company Leighton Holdings has seen net profits grow by 21% in the first nine months of 2014. Read more...

22 October 2014 - Philippines considers CALAX rebid

The Philippines president has said he is considering re-bidding the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX) "to get the best deal for the people". Read more...

21 October 2014 - Winner for Chinese water PPP

A winning bidder has been chosen for a new bundled waste PPP project in China. Read more...

20 October 2014 - Philippines go-ahead for six more PPPs

The Philippines’ National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) board has authorised the delivery of six new projects through PPP. Read more...

20 October 2014 - Ferrovial launches Transfield bid

Spanish infrastructure group Ferrovial has made an $877m takeover bid for Australian company Transfield Services. Read more...

17 October 2014 - Victoria issues Melbourne schools EoI

The government of Victoria has issued the tender for the development of 13 schools under a PPP model. Read more...

15 October 2014 - Tonga and Bhutan ramp up PPP plans

The governments of Tonga and Bhutan are developing PPP laws to develop a pipeline of new projects. Read more...

15 October 2014 - Philippines alters Laguna Dike schedule

The government of the Philippines has delayed the schedule for the procurement of the Laguna Lakeshore Expressway-Dike PPP. Read more...

15 October 2014 - Russia and China pledge high speed rail PPP

Russia and China have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the development of a new high-speed rail PPP. Read more...

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Give it a Year

There are a lot of personal and professional milestones for WSP director Gary McCarthy over the next few months. As he tells Amanda Nicholls, coping with change is what his career has been built on

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