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Speaker line-up for tech summit round table announced
Representatives from a major OEM, contractor and tech company to discuss role of telematics at Texas tech summit
ITER: Where science and construction meet the future
Challenges, triumphs and turbulent times for the extraordinary ITER nuclear project in France
Video: World of Concrete 2024
Video looks at some of the highlights from the 50th time the event has taken place 
Winners of $855m Dallas Fort Worth International Airport contract named
A consortium of companies has won a US$855 million project to build terminal and associated Skylink station at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.
John Deere announces partnership with Leica Geosystems
The partnership between John Deere and Leica Geosystems aims to leverage the strengths of both companies to bring new technologies and services to construction professionals worldwide.
HD Hyundai XiteSolution unveils virtual training centre
The virtual training centre features a total of 16 medium and heavy equipment models
Consortium bags $3bn PPP deal to rehabilitate Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Philippines
A consortium of companies involving one of the Philippines’ largest conglomerates has won a PHP 170. 6 (US$3 billion) deal to operate and upgrade Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
Strabag wins €175m Eglington Crosstown underground railway extension in Canada
Austria-based contractor Strabag has won a €175 million (US$188.7 million) to design and build the eastern underground segment of the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension in Toronto, Canada.
US airport construction receives funding boom from federal government
See which US airports are set for building and demo activities this year
Five killed in Italy construction site collapse
Five construction workers have now been confirmed dead after a concrete beam and slabs collapsed on a construction site in Italy on Friday, 16 February
9 electric machines & technologies to see at Intermat
You should add these electric machines to your show planner before visiting Paris in April.
Will America’s biggest-ever civil engineering project ever get started?
Funding remains elusive and questions on effectiveness linger for the Coastal Texas Project
US firm selected for work at ‘world’s first’ renewable hydrogen-based steel mill
An American company is helping build a ‘green steel’ mill in Sweden
OpenSpace introduces OpenSpace BIM+ for team coordination
The company says that OpenSpace BIM+ is equipped with several key features
US construction associations call for improvements ‘made in America’ requirements
A group of four US construction associations have joined forces to call for the White House to improve its implementation of its “made in America” requirements for construction products and materials.
Granite Construction awarded final leg of work in US National Park
US-based contractor will finish up at Alaska-based National Park
New compactor can “reduce project emissions by up to 50%”
New machine meets EU and US emission-reduction standards
Sustainable solutions: How can we reduce the impact of drilling on the environment?
Drilling is a crucial component of construction, but its impact on the environment can be significant. Catrin Jones explores solutions
Local authority building control ‘will cease’ in April amid lack of registered surveyors, UK government warned
Letter from LABC warns UK government that trouble getting enough building control professionals registered by the 6 April deadline means local authority building control ‘will cease’.
CRH completes US$2.1bn acquisition of cement and concrete assets in US
CRH will acquire a network of terminals on the Eastern Gulf Coast of Texas and a portfolio of 20 ready-mixed concrete plants that serve the Austin and San Antonio markets
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