The GBP 4.2bn Thames Tideway Tunnel ( TTT ) project, a 25km tunnel to run beneath the River Thames in the centre of London, is the largest sewer improvement project to be conducted in the UK for over a century.
The USD 1.1 billion Pennsylvania Rapid Bridge Replacement (RBR) Project is the first multi-asset public-private partnership (PPP) project to be undertaken in the US, using a bundled contract approach to replace 558 structurally deficient (SD) bridges across Pennsylvania.
Noor Ouarzazate I, a 160 MW Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant, is a path-breaking large- scale CSP project, one of the first to be delivered in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, taking advantage of the region s abundant solar resources.
The USD 700 million Paseo del Bajo project is a transformative road corridor project being developed by the City of Buenos Aires (CABA) in Argentina to ease traffic and improve connectivity between the North and South areas of the city.
The USD 508.62 million CLSG Interconnector Project is a landmark cross-border project involving the construction of a transmission line of over 1,300km, with the aim to interconnect the CLSG countries’ energy systems into the West Africa Power Pool (WAPP) regional energy network.
The Hornsdale Power Reserve is the world s largest lithium-ion battery which is helping to manage summertime peak load, reduce intermittencies and improve the security of South Australia s electrical infrastructure.
The Nehru Outer Ring is a road construction project intended to connect and further develop urban settlements and satellite townships in the Hyderabad Metropolitan area
In light of Pennsylvania having over 4,500 bridges classified as structurally deficient, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) decided to prioritize infrastructure repair and replacement work
The municipality of Porto Alegre, the capital and largest city in the southern Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul, was planning to build a new transit artery connecting 20 neighborhoods across the city, including dedicated lanes for the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service
Due to the prevalence of smart phones and mobile technology, New York's ageing and underutilised network of 8,400 public payphones became obsolete
The Mexican government sought to increase its wind energy production and reduce its reliance on fossil fuels. The Mexican government set a goal of reducing the country's greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2020
Following a 1997 study, the Government of Chile sought to improve the country?s main North- South axis between the cities of Santiago and Talca
The Belgian government sought to improve mobility around its port district by relieving congestion that delayed tourists and freight
The Brazilian government sought to diversify its energy mix and planned to add c. 10GW of power from renewable sources to its national grid by 2018
A growing population in cities led to an increase in the contamination of water around Lima and Callao, Peru as most sewage was deposited into the Rimac river and Pacific ocean without any treatment
The Indian government sought to construct a total of 200,000km of national highways by 2022, which required significant private investment
In the late 1990s, the National Health Service (NHS) was struggling with its numerous rundown health facilities. New buildings were needed, particularly where old facilities were obsolete, often in the poorest areas of the country
Residents in Bangalore were facing water shortages and had to cope by relying on ground water and paying premium prices for water from privately plied water tankers
The Piracicaba-Panorama concession in S?o Paulo is one of the largest road concessions in Brazil, spanning a network of highways that covers 1,200km of distance