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Lendlease exits international construction markets
Lendlease quits international markets as it looks to save US$3 billion
Five of the week’s biggest construction stories
What news and features have been most popular on Construction Briefing? 
Survey reveals biggest project risks and disputes in construction
Survey shows a 100% increase in respondents ranking ESG as one of their top three sources of disputes in future
Caterpillar launches energy transition programme
Programme designed to help customers reduce their site emissions
XCMG releases its first ESG report
Report reveals how much OEM spent on research and development in 2023 
Cimic Group JV to construct US$500 million crusher
Two Cimic Group companies to build mining crusher in Australia for mining company
Mott MacDonald buys up engineering and energy consultancy company
Engineering, management and development consultancy Mott MacDonald has bought Australian consultancy firm Merz Consulting
XCMG reveals extent of its international sales
China-based OEM reveals what percentage of its revenue now comes from international markets 
Skyjack launches electric boom range
First pair of pure electric lifts are aimed at the EAME and Australian markets 
3 findings from Bouygues’ first quarter results
Bouygues releases its 2024 first quarter results
Eyes on inventories as Caterpillar announces Q1 results
Caterpillar announces its first quarter results on 25 April
Hochtief subsidiary increases stake in mining services firm
Hochtief’s Australian subsidiary Cimic has increased its stake in mining services company Thiess, in response to the importance of the energy transition.
CNH names new CEO
Scott Wine to leave on July 1, 2024, after three years as CEO 
Latest episode of Construction Briefing podcast now available
New episode of Construction Briefing podcast focuses on Ukraine 
Caterpillar: AI will revolutionise construction
World’s biggest OEM says AI is evolving at a rapid rate 
Volvo CE feels impact of market downturn with Q1 results
Volvo Construction Equipment reveals its financial results for Q1, 2024 
What are the world’s most expensive cities to build in?
Arcadis 2024 International Construction Costs report reveals the costliest cities to build in for the construction sector
Thiess wins US$1.2 billion six-year extension on Australian coal mine equipment
Thiess to continue support work at Australian mining site for another six years
CPB Contractors wins works on AUS$1 billion hospital project
The company announced it would work on this Australian medical facility
Trevi Group selected for Melbourne freeway project
Company will work on this major Australian motorway scheme
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