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Liebherr USA promotes mining lead to division director
The company has promoted a director to a new role
What makes construction projects in the UK so unusually expensive?
London is currently the most expensive city in the world in which to build, pipping Geneva in Switzerland to take the top spot in the 2024 Arcadis International Construction Costs (ICC) report.
Neom shares details of future opportunities with over 100 global contractors
Over 100 contractors from around the world have gathered at Saudi Arabia’s Neom to be briefed on the progress of construction works and future opportunities in the special economic zone.
Vinci’s request for €1.6bn in damages over cancelled airport job rejected
French construction giant Vinci has seen its €1.6 billion (US$1.7 billion) request for damages after the cancellation of an airport project rejected by a French court.
Heavy rain hampers construction output in Great Britain
Construction output fell 1.9% in Great Britain in February as companies struggled with difficult site conditions amid heavy rainfall.
Skanska’s CFO to depart after 18 years
Swedish construction group Skanska has announced that its chief financial officer Magnus Persson is to leave the business after 18 years.
Job hopping, remote working, and tech: How can construction retain Gen Z?
What does Gen Z want from the construction industry? And can the industry provide it?
How much are the world’s biggest construction OEMs spending on R&D?
What are the world’s 10 biggest construction equipment manufacturers spending on research and development?
ScaffSource opens new Texas HQ
Facility will be home to the company’s largest yard within the U.S.
How the hierarchy of top construction OEMs continues to change
Updated animated chart shows how the top construction OEMs have traded positions over the last 20 years, now including data for 2023.
How Swiss Steel is stepping up its partnerships with scrap metal dealers
Cooperation with scrap dealers is crucial for production of green steel, says company
Farming company in negotiations to build C&D waste facility
Recycling plant is very much needed to free the Kherson lands from aftermath of Russian missile attacks
US construction spending slips in February
US construction spending slipped by 0.3% in February, as compared to the month before, but the decline is likely to be temporary rather than a sign of cooling demand.
Interview: Optimizing electric fleet management
Software startup Guided Energy aims to assist fleet owners in managing their fleet of electric vehicles, and the vision includes equipment rental
Another US builders’ association sues Biden over PLAs
This trade organisation is suing the Biden administration
Epiroc splits Tools & Attachments division
Two new business segments to be formed post Stanley Infrastructure acquisition
ING highlights a challenging year ahead for Euro construction
Green shoots of recovery could be seen in 2025, says market analyst
World Demolition Awards: open to entries
Deadline for entries closes June 28, 2024
5 simple tips to help contractors keep rental costs down
See how you can save as costs increase.
Oracle to invest $10bn in data centre expansion
Oracle announced it plans to spend billions on data centre builds
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