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Morgan Sindall will build UK's first carbon neutral lab £15.8 million Laboratory of Sustainable Chemistry is set to achieve highest levels of BREEAM and LEED certification, and reach carbon-neutral status after 25 years

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Theiss wins contract to deliver growth in Queensland Australia's biggest construction contractor wins contract worth A$650 million to build 12.6km rail route and deliver major growth corridor to the north-east of the country

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Unprecedented €11.6bn Russian development Unprecedented €11.6 billion St Petersburg development involves Turner and Townsend and Mace as Russia looks to replace Soviet-era buildings

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Siemens Energy secures $800m Argentina plant contract German multinational's energy division will continue its history of power installation in the country, with the construction of the 580 MegaWatt (MW) Guillermo Brown thermoelectric power plant

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Alternative funding for the industry The lack of lending from banks has seen a real shift in the financial sector, with new alternative sources of finance providing fresh hope for the construction sector

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MEWP fatalities up 65 percent The first half of 2013 saw a large increase in the number of fatalities relating to the use of mobile elevating work platforms, with the US accounting for almost half of the total.

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Bouygues wins €100m Singapore deal Joint venture with CapitaLand Singapore Limited and Mitsubishi Estate Asia includes construction of two towers of apartments and a multi-storey car park

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Green building Vietnam A shift to sustainable materials in the thriving Vietnamese construction industry creates an excellent business opportunity for those able to provide them

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Cranes on the rise again Crane companies have had to embrace new markets to survive, but as the construction sector improves a combination of new and old will leave them in an even stronger position than before

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