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19 March 2013 - Four in for Sao Paulo metro PPP

Four companies have expressed an interest in Sao Paulo state’s Metro Line 18 PPP. Read more...

19 March 2013 - Colombia planning railroad PPPs

The Colombian government is eyeing three railroad PPPs to boost its coal mining industry. Read more...

19 March 2013 - Hawaii considering schools P3 bill

A new bill has been raised in the Hawaii senate that could allow for the development of its public school land through P3s. Read more...

19 March 2013 - São Paulo PPP to tender this week

São Paulo state water and electricity department DAEE will launch a $1.91bn tender this week. Read more...

19 March 2013 - Saudi Arabia mulls housing projects

The Saudi Arabian public sector may look to a PPP model to bring in planned affordable housing projects. Read more...

19 March 2013 - Indian state appoints consultant

The state of Kerala has appointed a firm to carry out technical and financial feasibility studies on a potential airport PPP. Read more...

19 March 2013 - Thai PPP bill under fire

A group of Thai senators have expressed objections with the government’s new PPP bill. Read more...

19 March 2013 - Train station redevelopment plan launched

A train station in Pune, West India is one of five stations that has been earmarked for redevelopment under a PPP. Read more...

19 March 2013 - Two for Aussie rolling stock PPP

Two firms have been shortlisted for the rolling stock element of a Queensland rail programme. Read more...

18 March 2013 - Romanian highway project to be discussed

The Romanian government is discussing plans for a new highway project under a PPP. Read more...

18 March 2013 - High interest on Chile port expansion

Several firms are believed to be partaking in the construction of a new sea port terminal in Chile. Read more...

18 March 2013 - Traffic island PPPs approved for India

A port city in the state of Gujarat India is building a number of new traffic islands through a PPP. Read more...

18 March 2013 - Brazil touts $330bn sanitation overhaul

The Brazilian government is considering a $330bn overhaul of the country’s sanitation services under a PPP model. Read more...

18 March 2013 - RFQs for Canada wastewater P3

Canada’s British Columbia has issued the request for qualifications (RFQ) for the McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant P3. Read more...

18 March 2013 - New Zealand mulls housing PPP

Christchurch City Council is eyeing a PPP model for the implementation of a social housing programme. Read more...

18 March 2013 - Treasury calls for UK infra development

A significant increase in infrastructure development is required in the UK over the next two decades if it is to compete on a global scale, the Treasury has warned. Read more...

15 March 2013 - Shortlist for Edinburgh Sick Kids hospital

Three bidders have been shortlisted for the Edinburgh Royal Hospital for Sick Children and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences non-profit distributing project. Read more...

15 March 2013 - Federal funding for Edmonton LRT

Canada’s Edmonton Light Rail Transit (LRT) P3 has been given the green light after securing funding from the federal government. Read more...

15 March 2013 - Mexico to tender 1,000 highway deals in 2013

The Mexican transport and communications ministry (SCT) is to tender more than 1,000 highway deals by the end of the year. Read more...

15 March 2013 - Brazil eyes $2.5bn foreign funds for infra deals

Brazil’s state of Sao Paolo is to seek around $2.5bn in foreign financing to ramp up infrastructure investment in the region. Read more...

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Party conference season has yet to shine any light on what a new government might do in infrastructure come next May

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League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 Mott MacDonald 4605.4 mill
2 Halcrow Group 2700 mill
3 AMEC 800 mill
4 Ramboll 450 mill
5 Hoare Lea 335 mill