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WATCH: Gordie Howe Bridge project connects main span
The Gordie Howe Bridge main span was connected earlier this week
Bobcat introduces PG40 and PG50 generators
The new generators are available across European markets
Benninghoven creates wood dust burner to make ‘green asphalt’
Benninghoven has created a wood dust burner for a carbon-reduced asphalt mixing plant
Q2 sales slip for Volvo CE, but China begins to recover
Equipment sales are down but order intake is up in the second quarter, and China has seen
Fehmarnbelt Tunnel project reaches milestone
All five production lines for standard tunnel elements are now in operation at what will be the longest immersed tunnel in the world
Kier highlights 7% order book growth in recent report
The Group set a medium-term target to achieve a revenue of between £4 to £4.5 billion
Rail Baltica receives extra €1.2 billion in EU funding to keep construction on track
The Rail Baltica project has received an extra €1.2 billion in funding from the European Union to keep construction on track
Fall in permits illustrate Germany’s continued residential construction downturn
A fall in the number of building permits issued for apartments in Germany picked up pace in May, according to new official statistics
Develon to appear at RWM Expo for the first time
Equipment giant to showcase new DL-7 wheeled loaders and waste and recycling kit
Mace’s revenue passes £2bn mark
UK-based Mace has seen its revenue pass the £2 billion mark, driven by an expansion of global consultancy work and a five-year high for construction revenue
Eiffage ES buys into automation with pair of acquisitions
Eiffage Énergie Systèmes announced two acquisitions of automation firms
Mace wins Hong Kong railway extension project
Hong Kong has appointed Mace as a management partner for a railway extension project
Cobra IS wins contract on major ‘green’ Germany steel factory
Cobra IS, a subsidiary of Vinci, has won a €74 million contract to carry out the piping and mechanical works on part of a steel production plant in Germany
Strabag in €110 million deal to equip transalpine tunnel
Austrian contractor Strabag has won a €110 million (US$120 million) to equip a transalpine tunnel linking Austria and Slovenia
Leadership changes at Ramboll
New leadership for Environment & Health (E&H) Division and UK and Ireland
Construction equipment supplier agrees to pay out-of-court settlement over Crimean bridge prosecution
Dutch construction equipment supplier Dieseko has agreed to pay an out-of-court settlement to end an investigation into the sale of machines used for the construction of a bridge in Crimea
Engines: How can we make diesel cleaner?
Will we continue to find ways to make diesel engines even cleaner?
Project update: Hinkley Point C prepares to install ‘the heart’ of the new nuclear power station
The video, presented by Hinkley Point C’s nuclear island director Simon Parsons, takes viewers behind the scenes
Skanska awarded extra £50m under HS2 contract
Skanska is to receive an extra £50 million (US$64.7 million) under its existing contract for the HS2 high-speed railway, as part of the Skanska Costain Strabag joint venture
Implenia to build station and railway tunnel for Swedish transportation scheme
Swiss construction company Implenia is set to build a section of the “West Link” transportation scheme in Gothenberg, Sweden, including a railway tunnel and station
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