Major works could start next year to restore one of the world's oldest suspension bridges if a bid for lottery funding is successful.
Sierra Leone’s president has launched the tender process for a bridge to connect the country’s capital, Freetown, to its international airport.
The Australian state of Tasmania is inviting bids for the next round of bridge upgrades as part of a programme to improve the freight network.
Elliptical aluminium-cladded tube at Køge Nord Station offers panoramic views along its length.
The second of two 66,000t caissons is now in place for the pylon foundations of what is set to be the world's longest-spanning suspension bridge.
A tender is set to be issued for a design-build project involving the replacement of more than 100 bridges in the eastern USA.
A robotic ‘exosuit’ that makes it easier to lift objects is being tested by workers carrying out maintenence of the Forth bridges in Scotland.
China's first cross-sea bridge for vehicle and rail traffic is expected to be completed later this year
Approximately 6km of double track viaduct will extend the Belgrano Sur Line to link with the Roca Line at Constitución Station.
The mayor of São Paulo in Brazil has announced that work will start shortly on a new bridge.
A new world record for the widest cable-stayed bridge has been confirmed.
The government of Ontario in Canada has announced funding for the first tranche of a package of road and bridge projects in rural areas.
Construction is set to start shortly of the second bridge linking Brazil and Paraguay over the Paraná River.
The package for the southern African country's Road Development Agency includes financing and full training.
Utah Department of Transportation in the USA has awarded a US$94 million contract that includes the replacement of two bridges and the upgrading of eight others.
Qatar’s public works authority, Ashghal, has announced the start of construction of what it says is the country’s first cable-stayed bridge.
The government of Sarawak in Malaysia has awarded a US$73 million contract for construction of the Batang Paloh Bridge.
The arch for the 326m-long bridge was constructed from precast segments that were installed using two large tower cranes imported from China.
The construction contract has been awarded for a footbridge to link bus and train stations in the Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela.
Components for a new pedestrian and cycle bridge have arrived in Copenhagen Harbour after setting off from the fabricator in Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
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