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London’s ‘Super Sewer’ finishes underground construction
A large portion of the civil build is now complete
FIEC: What is the bottom line for late payments in commerical transactions?
Rules on combatting late payments in commercial transactions under review
Trackunit interview: swimming in a data lake
Trackunit’s Soeren Brogaard on telematics and AI
Strabag buys up sustainable building materials manufacturer
Austrian contractor Strabag has acquired sustainable building materials manufacturer Naporo Klima Dämmstoff for an undisclosed sum.
Nearly half of China’s cities suffering from subsidence
Nearly half (45%) of China’s urban land is subsiding, threatening its wave of urbanisation.
CNH names new CEO
Scott Wine to leave on July 1, 2024, after three years as CEO 
The risk of noise in construction and new ways of protecting workers from it
What can construction companies do to protect workers’ hearing as International Noise Awareness Day approaches?
Sunward pushes ‘full liner’ credentials
Electric machines to the fore in Paris
Chrono Flex expands its offering
Testing and filtering of machine oil now available in France
Jury concludes that Caterpillar owes $100m to importer amid US lawsuit
A jury in the US has concluded that Caterpillar must pay $100 million to an importer, following a legal dispute between the two companies.
Smart Construction to unveil Edge 2 at Intermat
New launch ‘an advancement’ in simplifying drone surveying processes and point cloud data processing
How Turkey is rebuilding a year on from devastating earthquake
What challenges face Turkey’s construction industry a year after the country was hit by a devastating earthquake?
UK Labour Party proposes £1.8 billion port infrastructure investment
Labour plans nearly £2 billion in spending on port infrastructure
Latest episode of Construction Briefing podcast now available
New episode of Construction Briefing podcast focuses on Ukraine 
Sinoboom expands into telehandlers
Three-model fixed and rotating range launched at ceremony in Changsha 
Friday round-up: Cat’s AI predictions, huge Saudi opportunities, Volvo’s tough Q1
This has been a week dominated by a couple of recurring themes: technology’s growing influence on construction; Saudi Arabia’s huge ambitions to build iconic projects.
Caterpillar: AI will revolutionise construction
World’s biggest OEM says AI is evolving at a rapid rate 
Norway’s ‘world-first’ ship tunnel gets technical advisor
See which company has contracted with the Norwegian government on this one-of-a-kind project
The 5 most-read stories on Construction Briefing (week ending 19 April 2024)
At the end of another busy week in construction, here’s a quick rundown on the 5 most read stories of the last 7 days.
EFCA: Looking to the future of engineering
Just how important will the next generation of engineers be for the built environment?
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