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German contractor Bilfinger and Berger has won two contracts in Australia, one of which was tipped to go to Balfour Beatty before the British firm pulled out at the last minute.The larger contract is a DM150 million (£65 million) order to build roads and sewers as advanced works for the first phase of the 5,200 ha Rouse Hill housing development near Sydney, New South Wales, for Rouse Hill Infrastructure Development.Balfour Beatty was originally set for the job but pulled out just ...

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