Electrifying circularity – A Q&A with ABB’s Mateusz Zajac & Pedro Robredo
Published on: 08 April, 2024
Read two industry experts’ opinions on what’s next in construction circularity
Interview: JLG’s Tim Morris on the access market and what’s to come
Published on: 08 April, 2024
Lindsey Anderson sits down with JLG’s Tim Morris for an update on what’s to come from the world’s largest access equipment OEM
Job hopping, remote working, and tech: How can construction retain Gen Z?
Published on: 08 April, 2024
What does Gen Z want from the construction industry? And can the industry provide it?
Bechtel’s Catherine Hunt Ryan on the battle to recruit more female tradespeople
Published on: 05 April, 2024
Catherine Hunt Ryan, head of manufacturing and technology at infrastructure giant Bechtel explains why the company needs to recruit more female craft professionals
Interview: Optimizing electric fleet management
Published on: 02 April, 2024
Software startup Guided Energy aims to assist fleet owners in managing their fleet of electric vehicles, and the vision includes equipment rental
Baltimore bridge collapse: Can engineers prevent similar disasters?
Published on: 02 April, 2024
Deadly catastrophe leads to opportunity for engineers to do more to protect the world’s aging bridges
Interview: Rethinking the way we build infrastructure
Published on: 26 March, 2024
The way in which societies design and build infrastructure needs to change as the world gets to grips with the challenges that decarbonisation and climate change present, according to engineering professor Deb Chachra.
How one man became the founder of an industry
Published on: 25 March, 2024
Mohan Ramanathan on writing India’s first regulations specifically for demolition
What to expect from the suspended scaffold industry’s new training program
Published on: 21 March, 2024
A new suspended scaffold training program will replace the current, decades-old version
Genie’s President unveils strategies for future growth and fulfilling demand
Published on: 19 March, 2024
Genie’s President Josh Gross sits down for an exclusive update 
Tunnel vision: The challenges building Melbourne’s new A$12.6bn megaproject
Published on: 18 March, 2024
Jim Heron, Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel delivery director explains how the city’s new mega project has had to overcome political, financial and engineering challenges
Electrification meets challenges in North America
Published on: 13 March, 2024
Takeuchi is making inroads to its effort to supply electric compact equipment to the North American rental market, but the effort is not without obstacles
Q&A: Shanthi Rajan, CEO of Linarc
Published on: 12 March, 2024
Shanthi Rajan, CEO of Linarc, speaks to Construction Briefing on finding a gap in the market and developing the right software for the industry
How the European Investment Bank is under pressure to reshape infrastructure lending
Published on: 11 March, 2024
In a world where banks are facing increasing scrutiny over their lending, the European Investment Bank, the lending arm of the European Union (EU), must make some difficult choices.
Why construction is ‘tired’ of seeing tech that isn’t available to use
Published on: 08 March, 2024
Oracle’s Burcin Kaplanoglu on the importance of showing technology that will be commercially available soon and how to educate workers on tech
Could contractors soon source more than just machines from rental firms?
Published on: 06 March, 2024
The way in which construction firms interact with rental companies and the products and services they source from them could be about to change.
Power Progress Podcast now on leading podcast platforms
Published on: 05 March, 2024
Expanded editions of the podcast will be available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts
Video: Seequent CEO on the future of subsurface construction
Published on: 04 March, 2024
CEO of global company provides exclusive insight on the world of subsurface construction
Why women are leaving engineering and construction at twice the rate of men
Published on: 01 March, 2024
Valued At Work author Lauren Neal on why so many women are leaving the industry
John Deere reports on the status of its new excavator line
Published on: 28 February, 2024
Following the end of its manufacturing agreement with Hitachi, John Deere has been working on the introduction of its own line of excavators, designed and built in the US
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