A consortium led by Spanish construction giant FCC said it has completed the drilling work related to the first tunnel section of Line Five (Green line) of the Riyadh Metro in Saudi Arabia.
The metro tunnel boring machine (TBM),
FCC, the citizen services company, is currently evaluating contract offers worth 2.5 billion euros ($3.5 billion) in Bahrain and Oman, said a report.
FCC's chief executive Juan Bejar made the announcement during his trip to Om
FCC has been awarded a contract by the Qatar Railways Company to build a section of Doha Metro red line (Qatar) for 506 million euro ($702 million).
The winning consortium led by FCC, the Citizen Services Group, also comprises Arc
Three international groups have been tasked with design and construction of the new $22.5 billion Riyadh Metro in the Saudi Arabian capital, a report said.
Italian firm Ansaldo, the leader of the Arriyadh New Mobility group (ANM),
Falcon Cement Company (FCC), the first Bahrain-based fully integrated cement producer, has signed an engineering service agreement with Thailand’s LV Technology (LVT) to upgrade and set up a new backup cement mill.
A consortium led by Aqualia, the water division of Spanish construction giant FCC, said it has won a 76.3 million euros ($101 million) contract to manage the sewage and water treatment system in Abu Dhabi.
Aquila, the world's third-lar
Spanish infrastructure firms Acciona and FCC plan to bid for the country's two largest airports in a 5.3-billion euro ($7.52 billion) privatisation sale, a newspaper reported on Saturday.
Spain's government put Madrid's Barajas
Spanish group Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas (FCC) said it has set up a joint venture with Abu Dhabi’s Commodore Contracting Company to target $700 million worth of infrastructure projects in the UAE.
One of Europe’s largest infrast
Spain-based Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas (FCC), said it has won a $111 million expansion project from Borouge, a leading supplier of high-quality synthetics in Abu Dhabi.
Borouge is a joint venture between the Abu Dhabi National O
US communications regulators were poised to adopt Internet traffic rules on Tuesday that would allow providers to ration access to their networks.
Federal Communications Commission members Michael Copps and Mignon Clyburn issued statements