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5 November 2014 - Hill International appointed to Bahrain PPP

Hill International has won the contract for a new housing PPP in Bahrain. Read more...

5 November 2014 - Commercial close for Priority Schools aggregator

The Education Funding Agency has reached commercial close on the so-called ‘aggregator’ vehicle that will provide funding for the privately financed portion of the Priority School Building Programme (PSBP). Read more...

4 November 2014 - FC for Yorkshire waste plant

The concessionaire for the North Yorkshire and York Waste PPP has signed loan agreements with six banks Read more...

4 November 2014 - Financial Close for Lincs OFTO

Ofgem has granted TC Lincs OFTO Limited a licence to own and operate the transmission link to the Lincs wind farm. Read more...

4 November 2014 - Balfour Beatty CFO to leave

Further changes have been announced at Balfour Beatty with news that the contractors long-serving chief financial officer is stepping down. Read more...

4 November 2014 - Nigeria again calls for PPP reform

Nigeria has again been urged to review its PPP landscape in order to fund the growing infrastructure gap it faces. Read more...

3 November 2014 - Businesses warn over political uncertainty

A new report published by business lobby group the CBI has found that ongoing political uncertainty is seriously hampering infrastructure investment in the UK. Read more...

3 November 2014 - Macquarie fund acquires energy developer

The Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 4 (MEIF4) has agreed a deal to purchase a renewable energy project developer and operator. Read more...

3 November 2014 - Myanmar awards airport PPP

A Singapore-led consortium has been awarded the contract for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of Hanthawaddy International Airport. Read more...

3 November 2014 - £400m for Scottish hospital projects

Scottish deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced a new multi-million pound package that will see hospitals and health centres built as part of a new public-private funding package. Read more...

3 November 2014 - New online project development tool launched

A new online project tool could prove to be the practical solution for reducing the global infrastructure gap according to the Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation (SIF). Read more...

31 October 2014 - Canberra LRT launches EoIs

Expressions of Interest (EoIs) are being sought for the delivery of Australia’s Capital Metro light rail scheme through a PPP deal. Read more...

31 October 2014 - Enfield signs housing partnership

Enfield Council has signed an agreement with contractor Kier to deliver new affordable and private rented housing in the London borough. Read more...

31 October 2014 - EIB considering Irish colleges funding

Two universities in Ireland have applied to the European Investment Bank (EIB) to finance the construction of new campus facilities. Read more...

31 October 2014 - Balfour completes PB sale

Contractor Balfour Beatty has confirmed the final sale of US-based engineering firm Parsons Brinckerhoff in a £753m deal. Read more...

31 October 2014 - Three shortlisted for Balfour Hospital

Three teams have been shortlisted for the Balfour Hospital non-profit distributing (NPD) project by NHS Orkney. Read more...

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 - Equitix acquisition confirmed

Asset manager Equitix has been bought out from its parent company Cabot Square Capital, it has been 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...

30 October 2014 - EIB appraising Irish road PPP

Authorities in Ireland have officially applied for funding from the European Investment bank (EIB) for the Wexford section of the M11 Read more...

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League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 Hitachi 2700 mill
2 John Laing 2700 mill
3 Carillion 1545 mill
4 Balfour Beatty Plc 1109 mill
5 Itochu 1090 mill