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Global construction outlook is bright, Timetric predicts
The global construction industry has regained growth momentum, with the pace of expansion accelerating from an annual average of 2.7 per cent a year in 2011-2013 to 3.1 per cent in 2014, according to a latest analysis from Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center (CIC).
On-Site – 2/27/2015

Flyover and tunnel planned for D3 route in Slovakia
In Slovakia plans are in hand for work to the D3 route that will involve the construction of a flyover, a bridge and a tunnel. The flyover lies on the stretch of D3 between Zilina/Strazov and Zilina/Brodno.
World Highways – 2/23/2015

Feasibility study for Romanian road link project
The Romanian National Company for Highways (CNADNR) is commissioning a study for an important new road link.
World Highways – 2/23/2015

Peru to invest US$940mn in roads, telecommunications in La Libertad region (Login Required)
The Peruvian government plans to invest 2.91bn soles (US$940mn) in roads, airport, port and telecommunications infrastructure in the northern La Libertad region, senior officials said.
BNamericas – 2/19/2015

Russian construction output fall
Russia experienced a 4.5% real-term decrease in construction output in 2014, according to latest findings from the research group PMR.
Construction Europe – 2/12/2015

Poland plans projected tunnel
A new tunnel project is planned for Poland. The project will improve traffic links for the town of Swinoujscie.
World Highways – 2/11/2015

New Moscow's massive motorway building and road maintenance programme
A huge programme of works is planned for New Moscow. This is aimed at adding extra capacity. The plan calls for the building or reconstruction of over 120km of roads within the next four years.
World Highways – 2/11/2015

New India coastal highway planned
A new coastal highway is being planned in India that will connect the north and south of Mumbai.
World Highways – 2/10/2015

Building permits finish strong in 2014
Building permits rebounded in December as contractors registered $7.1 billion worth of work, up 7.7 per cent from the previous month's double digit decline, Statistics Canada reports today.
On-Site – 2/6/2015

Go-ahead for series of Chinese highway deals
The go ahead has been given for a major highway project in China's Yunnan Province. The US$3.25 billion highway will connect Shangri-La and Lijiang.
World Highways – 2/4/2015