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Going green: The rise of sustainability qualifications in construction
With the number of sustainability related jobs in construction ever increasing, more and more academic courses are appearing all over the world
World first: solar array to be built within an offshore wind farm
Dutch project to make history with combination of battery storage and hydrogen power on a megawatt scale
Revised asbestos directive proposals ‘unrealistic’, says FIEC
European Construction federation fears cost increases for companies and clients
Volvo flies in electric machine for Alpine project
ECR25 compact excavator brought in by helicopter to aid iconic cable car project
Peab to become ‘first company’ to use zero-emission steel
SSAB Zero has zero fossil carbon emissions
Komatsu to switch to HVO as factory-fill fuel
Hydrotreated vegetable oil to be used with equipment produced in Europe
JLG sets the standard with an all-female team
Eight leading women in access aim to inspire others at IPAF Summit and IAPAs
The house built with recycled construction and demolition waste
Crushing and screening company’s key role in project
Joint venture established to drive construction of Polish nuclear plant
Polish companies plan to deliver 2.8GW power station, with two Korean-built reactors
Skanska to build €87 million research centre in Norwegian capital
The building is to become one of the first in Oslo’s new innovation district
Thailand’s US$3.5 billion ‘smart building’
One Bangkok project awarded highest certification for ‘digital connectivity’ 
Laing O’Rourke to use low-carbon concrete on all new UK projects
Low-carbon concrete will be used on all new projects beginning construction on or after 1 April 2023
What can construction learn from Japan?
Why are Japanese construction sites among the safest in the world? 
Montenegro signs up to €700 million carbon reduction project
MoU signed to turn coal-fired power plant green with biomass and waste material
Construction waste reduction: squaring the circle
FIEC examines a new EU-funded project with circularity at its heart
The countries that are amending building codes to limit construction carbon emissions
A small but growing number of countries have either implemented or are preparing to introduce changes to their building codes to limit carbon emissions.
Online exclusive: how to build sustainable ecocities
Building a city sustainability brings challenges but its importance from both customers and those giving out contracts is only increasing
NFDC: ‘We do not condone collusion’
UK demolition contractors federation responds to bid rigging fines issued to 10 companies
Three countries to participate in EU data building project
Indicate initiative to boost quality building climate data with Czechia, Ireland and Spain as first participants
Greening the grey: How are new concrete technologies tackling decarbonisation?
Concrete equipment is moving diligently in the right direction 
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