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19 July 2013 - Go-ahead for IEP Part 2

The Department for Transport has confirmed a further £1.2bn investment in UK rolling stock by approving the second phase of the Intercity Express Programme (IEP). Read more...

19 July 2013 - North Yorks waste inches forward

The North Yorkshire Waste project has moved a step closer after the Environment Agency gave the green light to the proposed site for the energy-from-waste plant. Read more...

19 July 2013 - Financial close on Italian hospital

The Garbagnate Hospital PPP in Milan has reached financial close, three years after appointing a preferred bidder. Read more...

19 July 2013 - Three bids rumoured on Aussie prison

Expressions of interest (EoI) closed this week on the Ravenhall Prison project, with three teams said to be interested. Read more...

19 July 2013 - Legal conflict delays Indian airports

Two airport PPPs being built in India are in danger of being delayed over legal disputes. Read more...

19 July 2013 - Bid deadline set for NZ highway

A date has been identified for shortlisted bidders on New Zealand’s Transmission Gully road PPP to submit their final proposals. Read more...

19 July 2013 - Croatia tops Eastern Europe PPP study

A new report analysing PPPs in Eastern Europe and the CIS has seen Croatia, Lithuania and Slovenia top rated among the 25 countries or its work in the sector. Read more...

19 July 2013 - Concerns grow over Hartlepool hospital

A local MP has called on the government and North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust to put an end to the uncertainty surrounding the future of the new hospital. Read more...

19 July 2013 - Musical chairs continue at FCC

Three directors have resigned at Spanish construction firm FCC, with three new appointments announced. Read more...

19 July 2013 - Five in for Indiana’s I-69

Five private sector teams have responded to the request for qualifications (RFQ) on Indiana’s I-69 highway programme. Read more...

18 July 2013 - Govt urged to ‘reanimate’ PFI

The Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) has called on the government to make the most of its PF2 model to bring more institutional investment into the UK. Read more...

18 July 2013 - Skanska warns of PPP ‘uncertainty’

Skanska has said continued uncertainty over the future of PPPs in the UK is contributing to the contractor looking to the US for work in the sector. Read more...

18 July 2013 - Skanska looks to US P3s

Swedish contractor Skanska has published its half-year report, identifying the US as offering significant potential for new P3s over the coming year. Read more...

18 July 2013 - Kuwait solar power RFQ imminent

Kuwait’s Partnerships Technical Bureau (PTB) is due to release a request for qualifications (RFQ) for a solar power plant. Read more...

18 July 2013 - Skanska looks to US P3s

Swedish contractor Skanska has published its half-year report, identifying the US as offering significant potential for new P3s over the coming year. Read more...

18 July 2013 - EoI out on Australian road link

Victoria’s state government is seeking expressions of interest (EoIs) for its $1.5bn East West Link road project. Read more...

18 July 2013 - Motts appointed to Spanish highway PPP

Mott McDonald has been appointed lender’s technical adviser for a major Spanish highway PPP. Read more...

18 July 2013 - Indian housing PPP gets go ahead

The Gujarat government in India has approved a new urban housing PPP. Read more...

18 July 2013 - Puerto Rico names rail P3 advisors

The Puerto Rico P3 Authority has confirmed the new financial consultants for the Caguas-San Juan commuter train P3. Read more...

18 July 2013 - P3 mooted for US rail project

A proposed $1.3bn dual-state high-speed rail service in the US has been recommended as a possible P3 deal. Read more...

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Softly spoken

For all the high-viz jackets and hard hats, the parties’ manifestos are short on any new infrastructure plans

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 Balfour Beatty 1458 mill
2 Amber Infrastructure 1097.5 mill
3 International Public Partnerships (INPP) 1039 mill
4 Carillion 990 mill
5 Equitix 980 mill