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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
Cooldown in construction fails to dent record output for Strabag
Austrian construction contractor Strabag saw its output hit a record of €19.1 billion (US$20.5 billion) in 2023 despite a cooldown in the sector.
VIDEO: Walkaround of new JCB 3TE three-tonne dumper
Rhys Bradbury, JCB’s Product and Sales manager for site dumpers looks at the new 3TE electric dumper
Human-sized bricklaying robot start-up raises $25 million
A start-up company that is developing a bricklaying robot has raised $25 million to scale the number of robots it can deploy across Europe.
Top craft professionals to compete in US Championship
The annual competition will be held in March 2024 in Florida
Interview: Sunbelt Rentals and the role of energy storage in rental
Mark Wilton, director, sustainable energy - power & HVAC services with Sunbelt Rentals, talks about how rental companies can help bring battery energy storage to the world
Skanska USA introduces AI chatbot
Sidekick is an internal solution that streamlines the generation of AI content while also ensuring data protection says Skanska
Multiple upgrades aim to reignite backhoe loader market for JCB
OEM says new operator features offer comfort, control and productivity benefits
US$14 million school construction contract awarded
A turnkey project will see a Swedish firm receive SEK 150 million for the project
HD Hyundai unveils lineup of eight mini excavators
Five of the new series will be launched in February
‘Stabilising’ global market aids Haulotte’s fourth quarter
Strong end to financial year will give way to ‘stable’ 2024 and consolidation 
Trackunit says new IoT device ‘makes leap’
TU700 device will provide more machine data
FIEC: Is there a new push for circularity in Europe?
FIEC takes a look at the European Green Deal and paving the way to a more sustainable future
Trade corridor deal between India and UAE paves way for new rail projects
India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have signed an agreement to develop a trade corridor connection Europe with India through the Middle East.
Project to build $120m undersea cable to connect Hawaiian islands launched
The University of Hawai’i has launched a public-private partnership with telecoms firm Ocean Networks to build a submarine optical fibre cable system connecting the Hawaiian islands.
Construction trade association creates AI guide for contractors
ABC’s AI guide was released earlier this month and features tips to navigating the new technology
How ‘ghost’ subcontractors are defrauding US insurers
What are ‘ghost’ subcontractors and how are they defrauding insurance companies?
6 things OEMs should know about CARB’s proposed Tier 5 rule
CARB’s proposed emissions standard is all abouit reducing NOx and PM as well as addressing GHG emissions, among other things.
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