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12 February 2015 - New hires for AMP Capital

AMP Capital has appointed two new members to its infrastructure debt team in London. Read more...

12 February 2015 - John Laing lists at bottom of range

John Laing Group has announced the successful pricing of its initial public offering (IPO), which is at the bottom end of the range announced when launching the plan. Read more...

11 February 2015 - Balfour appoints chairman

Contractor Balfour Beatty has appointed a new chairman, to begin work at the firm from 26 March. Read more...

11 February 2015 - Sandwell hospital seeks EIB support

The first hospital project being procured under the PF2 model is looking to be part-financed by a loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB). Read more...

11 February 2015 - Capita acquires design firm

Capita has acquired a multidisciplinary engineering design practice to join its property and infrastructure business Read more...

11 February 2015 - Transport and energy key to Kenyan programme

Transport and energy PPP projects will be vital if the Kenyan government’s ambitious pipeline is to succeed, it has been claimed. Read more...

11 February 2015 - Polish town tenders residential PPP

The town of Pleszew has launched a tender for a mixed use project to be developed as a PPP Read more...

11 February 2015 - Sale agreed for Dublin Convention Centre

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the Convention Centre Dublin (CCD) PPP sale. Read more...

10 February 2015 - Engineers demand long-term vision

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has launched its ‘Manifesto for Infrastructure’, urging all parties to have a long-term vision for infrastructure. Read more...

10 February 2015 - Slovenia mulls €1.4bn rail PPP

The Slovenian prime minister has suggested some form of partnership with the private sector to deliver the proposed Koper-Divača rail line. Read more...

10 February 2015 - Thailand to conclude PPP criteria

The Thai government is to conclude its criteria for future PPP projects, setting the relevant thresholds for approval. Read more...

10 February 2015 - Skanska shuffles financial division

Construction giant Skanska has announced a number of people moves in its Swedish and US businesses. Read more...

10 February 2015 - Finnish school PPP signs

The city of Kokkola in Finland has signed an agreement for a new school and day care PPP. Read more...

10 February 2015 - Winner for Polish courthouse

The District Court of Nowy Sacz has revealed the best bid for its PPP courthouse project. Read more...

9 February 2015 - Labour pledges infra continuity

A Labour government in May would not take a knife to existing infrastructure projects, but would instead look to add to the current pipeline in the National Infrastructure Plan (NIP). Read more...

9 February 2015 - NZ schools winner chosen

New Zealand’s Ministry of Education has chosen the preferred bidder for a PPP to build four new schools. Read more...

9 February 2015 - Winner for north Wales OFTO

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the Gwynt y Mor offshore transmission owner (OFTO) contract off the coast of north Wales. Read more...

9 February 2015 - Deadline extended for Philippines road

The deadline for the submission of pre-qualification documents for another of the Philippines’ road PPP schemes has been pushed back once again. Read more...

9 February 2015 - Armenia seeks PPP adviser

A prior information notice has been issued by the European Investment Bank (EIB) for a contract to provide technical advisory services to the Armenian government. Read more...

9 February 2015 - FC for Aussie hospitals

Healthscope has reached financial close on the Northern Beaches Hospital project in Sydney. Read more...

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League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 PwC 2730 mill
2 Grant Thornton 900 mill
3 Jones Lang LaSalle 800 mill
4 Deloitte 384 mill
5 Ernst & Young 197 mill