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03
Aug

Surbana Jurong open to strategic alliances

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HOMEGROWN urbanisation consultancy Surbana Jurong may be pitting itself against large multinational engineering competitors as it guns for mega projects globally and although it now has the scale and technical expertise to clinch big jobs, it is also open to working with those players through strategic alliances.

01
Aug

New York’s super costly, super skinny skyscrapers

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Super tall, super skinny and super expensive: A new generation of New York skyscrapers, some taller than the Empire State Building, are altering the world’s most famous skyline.

01
Aug

Toyo Ito’s ‘big tree in the city’

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Even if he is a Pritzker Prize laureate, Toyo Ito still doubts his own work at times.

26
Jul

Infrastructure reports $11.9 billion in projects for 2015-16

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Infrastructure Ontario (IO) has reported the provincial government will be investing $11.9 billion in projects within 2015-06, as part of an what it says is the government’s overall commitment to invest more than $130 billion in infrastructure over the next 10 years.

25
Jul

Awards for engineers and their efforts

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National water agency PUB chairman Tan Gee Paw drew up the master plan to clean the Singapore River, helped to diversify the country’s water sources and oversaw the development of Newater, Singapore’s brand of reclaimed water.

23
Jul

Feds pledge $1 billion for stage two light rail

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As chatter grows about the looming federal election, Ottawa-Orléans MP Royal Galipeau has sent Mayor Jim Watson a letter committing $1 billion in funding for the second phase of Ottawa’s light rail transit system.

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