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Bauer Spezialtiefbau GmbH improves Ground for a new German Highway Section

Germany has one of the longest highway networks in the world, coming in after China, the USA and Spain. According to the German Federal Statistical Office, it comprises almost 13,000 kilometers, and continues to be extended. The expansion and new construction of the German highway network is particularly important in view of eliminating traffic bottlenecks and opening up, or rather connecting, structurally weak regions – eventually, economic growth also means traffic and mobility growth. Several new road sections are currently under construction, including section 5.1 of the federal highway A 72 in the district of Leipzig, where Bauer Spezialtiefbau GmbH is also involved in a joint venture.

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President of Colombia opens the Regasification Terminal of Cartagena de Indias

With a capacity of 400 million cubic feet of liquefied gas per day the president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, inaugurated the first regasification terminal in Cartagena de Indias, executed by Sacyr Industrial, along with the president of Sacyr, Manuel Manrique; the chief executive officer of Sacyr Industrial, Pedro Sigüenza; and other political and business authorities. With an investment of $150 million, this terminal will help boost Colombian competitiveness and the development of the Caribbean coastal region.

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Tetra Tech Proteus wins Bentley Be Inspired Award for Innovation in Mining

On the 3rd of November 2016, Tetra Tech Proteus, Tetra Tech's Western Australian based engineering services firm, received the 2016 Bentley Be Inspired Award for the Innovation in Mining Category at the Bentley Year in Infrastructure Conference in London. This is the second year in a row that Tetra Tech Proteus was honoured with this award. The Be Inspired Awards recognise innovation in infrastructure, project design, engineering, construction, and operations around the world.

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Changes in Skanska Senior Executive Team and new Business Unit President Skanska Sweden

The Skanska Senior Executive Team will make several changes to, among other things, further take advantage of the international experience and competence within Skanska.

Roman Wieczorek, today responsible for our construction units in Central Europe, will leave Skanska as he has decided to end his professional career. Roman has worked for Skanska for 18 years, the last seven years as a member of the Senior Executive Team.

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