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5 May 2015 - Vietnam confident on highway targets

Vietnam’s Deputy Transport Minister has said he is "confident" the country can reach its goal of completing 2,000km of highways by 2020. Read more...

5 May 2015 - Belgian housing PPP tendered

The Belgian Nuclear Research Centre (SCKCEN) has issued a tender to provide housing for employees through a PPP. Read more...

5 May 2015 - Ballast to scale back infra activities

Ballast Nedam is to reduce its involvement in large-scale infrastructure projects, it has announced, as it revealed a €103m loss for 2014. Read more...

5 May 2015 - Polish parking PPPs tendered

Two municipalities in Poland have issued tenders for parking PPPs Read more...

5 May 2015 - Victoria Budget shrinks infra investment

Australia’s Victoria state has announced plans to spend £22bn on infrastructure over the next four years. Read more...

5 May 2015 - Winner for Irish health PPPs

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the Primary Care Centres PPP programme in Ireland. Read more...

1 May 2015 - New Zealand schools PPP signed

The New Zealand government has signed the contract for the building of four new PPP schools. Read more...

1 May 2015 - Germany sets out road PPP plans

The German government has announced 10 new PPP projects as part of a move to repair and extend its crumbling road networks. Read more...

1 May 2015 - Ferrovial boosts net profits

Spanish construction company Ferrovial has seen net profits rise by 81% to €118m for the first quarter of 2015. Read more...

30 April 2015 - Two redundancies at InfraRed

EXCLUSIVE: Investment manager InfraRed Capital Partners has completed a reorganisation of the business resulting in a number of promotions and two redundancies. Read more...

30 April 2015 - Final bids in for Italy A3 highway

Two teams have submitted final bids for a highway project in Italy. Read more...

30 April 2015 - New chief executive for Galliford Try

Taylor Wimpey chairman to lead construction group. Read more...

29 April 2015 - DIF acquires 100% of Worcester PFI

DIF Infrastructure III has acquired the entire stake in Worcester Library and Historic Centre PFI from Dalmore Capital. Read more...

29 April 2015 - Kier agrees takeover of Mouchel

Infrastructure firm Mouchel has been acquired by rival Kier in a £265m deal. The combined companies will manage 28% of the UK’s entire road network. Read more...

29 April 2015 - Business as usual for Aecom PPP Advisory

Aecom has reassured the market that its advisory division has not been “axed” contrary to recent reports in industry press. Read more...

28 April 2015 - Linklaters gains partners

Linklaters has promoted two projects lawyers to partner. Mark Russell from the London office and Vijaya Palaniswamy from the New York office will become two of 23 new partners. Read more...

28 April 2015 - DIF director to head up new Sydney office

Marko Kremer, senior director at DIF, will be relocating from Schiphol in the Netherlands to head up DIF's new office in Sydney, Australia. Read more...

28 April 2015 - ASEAN nations need solid legal PPP framework

ASEAN nations need solid legal PPP framework Read more...

28 April 2015 - Melbourne Metro project to receive funding

Australia’s Victorian government has revealed that next week’s state budget will contain $1.5bn to plan, design and buy land for its expansion of Melbourne’s metro train system. Read more...

28 April 2015 - Balfour Beatty sells share of hospital PPP

Balfour Beatty has sold its 50% interest in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh project. Read more...

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A busy body

The National Infrastructure Commission has plenty to do in 2017. What did we learn from a conversation with its chair, Lord Adonis?

Paul Jarvis interviews NIC chairman Lord Adonis at Clyde & Co in London

Innovation through infrastructure: Lord Adonis in conversation with Paul Jarvis from Clyde & Co on Vimeo.