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Epiroc completes purchase of autonomous mining company
Epiroc buys remaining share of OEM agnostic autonomous mining solutions company
Strabag: ‘Still no sign of reversal in residential construction’
Austria-based construction company Strabag has warned there is still no sign of a reversal in the faltering residential construction market, as it unveiled its performance for the first quarter of 2024
At a glance – Bobcat’s 2024 Demo Days
See the features of this year’s Bobcat Demo Days
French and Danish firms to build Valby ‘cloudburst tunnel’
Two contractors working in joint venture have been selected to build the Valby cloudburst tunnel under a contract worth DKK 490 (US$71.3 million)
‘It’s got to stop’: US contractors demand action to make highway workers safer
Michael Alford knows the dangers that speeding and distracted drivers can pose to highways workers only too well

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Webber wins $1.2bn worth of contracts in North America
Construction firm Webber has won 10 new construction and maintenance projects totalling US$1.2 billion
Lendlease exits international construction markets
Lendlease quits international markets as it looks to save US$3 billion
Former Crossrail CEO appointed to take charge of HS2 high-speed railway
Former Crossrail CEO Mark Wild has been appointed to take charge of the UK’s HS2 high-speed railway
How civil engineers are developing an innovative EV-charging highway prototype
What if roads could wirelessly charge our electric vehicles as we drove over them?
Construction starts on Tesla Megapack battery factory in Shanghai
Construction has started on a new Tesla Megapack battery plant in Shanghai, China, after authorities issued the project with a permit last week
CSCEC-built spiral tunnel officially recognised as world’s longest
A spiral tunnel in China, built by Chinese construction giant China State Construction (CSCEC), has been recognised as the world’s longest
Consortium wins €302m deal to build Swiss railway plant
A consortium led by Swiss construction company CSC Costruzioni has won a contract worth €302 million (US$327 million) to build a new railway plant in Switzerland
Balfour Beatty surfaces as winner of contract to double size of Rolls-Royce submarine facility
Balfour Beatty has won a contract as construction partner to deliver the expansion of Rolls-Royce’s Raynesway submarine site in Derby
Two-thirds of US construction firms see vehicle crashes in work zones during highway upgrades
Nearly two-thirds (64%) of US construction companies undertaking highway upgrade projects reported that motor vehicles had crashed into their construction work zones during the past year
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Will the Jeddah Tower ever become the world’s tallest building?
The Burj Khalifa has enjoyed a long reign as the world’s tallest building
What construction law changes will there be across the EU and UK in 2024?
Construction ERP software experts have outlined the legal developments that may be in store for 2024 to help the industry prepare for what lies ahead
South Korea to pump $19 billion into chip sector amid global building frenzy
South Korea has announced that it will pump 26 trillion won (US$19 billion) into its chip manufacturing businesses, as semiconductor firms race to build facilities in ‘all-out warfare’
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