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Chinese OEM launches electric skid steers
Yuchai Heavy Industry has unveiled a number of electric skid steer loaders
What makes construction projects in the UK so unusually expensive?
London is currently the most expensive city in the world in which to build, pipping Geneva in Switzerland to take the top spot in the 2024 Arcadis International Construction Costs (ICC) report.
Demolition of earthquake-struck tower progresses
10-storey city building in Taiwan left teetering after 7.2 magnitude quake
Construction on pair of robotics parks in Beijing underway
Construction has started on one of two robotics projects.
What is adjudication and how can it be used to resolve construction disputes?
What is the role of adjudication in construction disputes and what are its advantages and disadvantages?
Global bridge construction market to be worth ‘US$153bn’ by 2029
See which countries will lead the way in building the world’s bridges
‘Significant breakthrough’ at Bangkok power plant project
CRCHI developed 914mm ultra-small diameter and ultra-long distance laying and jacking machine for Bangkok project
Specific ‘Buy America’ regulations waived for broadband construction
Federal act made to encourage use of US-made materials gets update
Major Chinese developer faces liquidation petition
China’s property sector debt crisis has continued to unfold this week after one of the country’s biggest developers revealed that a liquidation petition has been filed against it.
US oil company investing billions into South China ethylene facility
American petroleum company is eyeing the plastics and chemicals sector in China
‘Uncertainty’ over construction inflation: What price rises do different regions face?
Construction input prices surged in early 2024 and there may be more to come.
Skanska to prep hyperscale data centre construction in Norway
What countries are building the most tech centres across the globe?
Could the drive to decarbonise military forces present an opportunity for construction companies?
As some of the world’s biggest militaries start to look at ways to cut their carbon emissions, could there be opportunities for construction companies?
Bangladesh pursuing US$9bn in loans for bridge projects
The government is looking to borrow approximately US$9 billion for five bridge projects.
The 6 project types China is expected to target under BRI
China is expected to focus on six types of projects as it grows engagement under its Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) this year.
Chinese cement producers sign international agreement to work on developing low-carbon cement
A Chinese body representing more than 50% of the world’s cement production has signed an international agreement to collaborate on sustainability and the development of low-carbon cement.
Industry resources are scarce, embracing circularity will help
Industrial businesses globally are reporting en masse that resource scarcity has been an issue to operations.
Construction of major Russia-China gas pipeline delayed
Construction of a major new gas pipeline running between Russia and China has been delayed as the two countries hammer out a deal on the proposal.
Hong Kong court orders liquidation of Evergrande, China’s biggest developer
A court in Hong Kong has ordered the liquidation of China Evergrande Group, China’s biggest developer.
China State Construction to build pre-cast concrete helipad in Antarctica
China State Construction (CSCEC) is set to build a new helipad at a Chinese research station on the coast of the Ross Sea in Antarctica.
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