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Brierley Associates Welcomes Sackett to Virginia Office

Brierley Associates celebrates the expansion into Mid-Atlantic/Southeast with the opening of a new Virginia office under the management of David Sackett.

Lovsuns Manufacturing Shifts to China

Lovsuns Tunneling Canada Ltd., a subsidiary of Liaoning Censcience Industry Co. Ltd. (LNSS), has announced that all TBM manufacturing will now be completed at the LNSS facility in Liaoyang, China.

COWI UK Integrates Acquisitions

Effective January 1 2017, COWI owned companies Flint & Neill and Donaldson Associates became COWI UK Ltd. The move brings together the firm's specialist civil, structural and geotechnical engineering services in the United Kingdom,

Sydney Metro Gets Planning Approval

The New South Wales government has announced that it has approved plans for the Sydney Metro between Chatswood and Sydenham, including new twin rail tunnels under Sydney Harbor and through the central business district (CBD).

Environmental Plan in Place for Melbourne’s Metro Tu...

The Environmental Effects Statement (EES) for the $8 billion landmark Metro Tunnel Project in Melbourne has been approved.
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