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3 key takeaways from Eiffage’s first quarter report
Takeaways from the France-based construction company’s first quarter results
Why are Germany’s construction workers going on strike?
Workers to strike after deal was rejected
McDermott executes its heaviest lift
See how much the company lifted for this offshore wind power project
Züblin constructs ‘world first’ load-bearing concrete walls with 3D printer
Company says it has printed concrete structure with load-bearing walls
Tracto’s ‘Hands On Days’ offers insight on pipeline construction
See what went on at Tracto’s Hands On Days in April
Entries now open for bauma innovation awards
Five categories of awards announced for 2025 bauma innovation awards
Worker in fatal incident at Fehmarnbelt Tunnel site in Germany
A labourer was killed following a heavy work accident
Major new facility in Europe for Topcon
New facility will vastly increase the number of units produced annually by the technology giant 
Wacker’s new electric and digital offerings
Germany-based OEM showcased a range of equipment and offerings at Intermat 2024 
Eiffage buys major player in European energy infrastructure market
French construction group Eiffage has acquired EQOS, a major European player in the energy infrastructure market.
Are mild winters helping European construction efficiency?
How a global warming trend is helping winter construction activity
Cummins adds to electrified technologies production
New production line will produce electrified solutions for mobility applications
RWTH Aachen University to host asphalt recycling workshop
Transforming road construction is one of the biggest challenges, says Institute of Highway Engineering
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.
Zeppelin Group forecasts “strong decline” in construction equipment sales
Some opportunities despite impact of withdrawal from Russia
Rokbak sees growth in articulated hauler sales in Europe
Company said demand for machines in Europe is increasing
German government to support major port expansion
US$325 million project aims to encourage port’s use by wind power developers
Züblin-led consortium wins major waterways project in Germany
Consortium will spend eight years constructing €450m canal lock in Bavaria
Implenia secures major contract on German ring-road
Swiss contractor awarded US$110 million project in Bremen
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