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US$7bn construction project planned for Chicago’s United Center
United Center owners announced a US$7-billion plan to develop the area around the stadium
India commits to record infrastructure spending
The Indian government’s budget commits to spending around 3.4% of GDP on infrastructure
Epiroc sees strong mining demand but faces challenges in construction market
The company’s operating profit is reported to have dropped by 14%
Develon launches DX235RTF-7 tunnelling excavator
The DX235RTF-7 is said to be built on the foundation of Develon’s DX235LCR-7 reduced radius crawler excavator
Liebherr buys 119 acres in the US to construct logistics centre
Liebherr has bought nearly 120 acres in the US South
Updated: How the positions of the world’s top OEMs have changed in 2024
How the hierarchy of the world’s biggest construction equipment OEMs has changed up to 2024
Consortium chosen for California people mover project
Consortium will build an automated people mover in Southern California, US
HS2’s Northolt Tunnel reaches halfway point
The four tunnel boring machines excavating the Northolt Tunnel have excavated exactly half the project’s total distance.
ABC endorses Donald Trump for president
US-based Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) endorsed Donald Trump for president
Contractor selected for latest phase of £4bn UK housing project
The company will now deliver the next phase of Red Bank Riverside
New towing regulation helps UK machine users
The decision impacts towing rules in England, Scotland, and Wales
Huge billion-dollar Saudi city for 120,000 people starts construction
Construction has started  on a new city in Saudi Arabia 
US$3.8 million fine for tragic death of “much loved” demolition worker
Expert in metal cutting with oxy-propane died working at height on decommissioned oil rig
Zoomlion sets up European subsidiaries
Four locations will be followed by R&D and production 
Mace wins £184m Oxford life sciences hub construction contract
UK-based contractor and consultant Mace has won a £184 million contract to deliver the next phase of expansion of the Oxford Science Park
Key takeaways from Caterpillar’s Construction and Technology Days
At a recent Caterpillar event, seven US contractors offered practical advice on how they have implemented new technology
Sinoboom to produce MEWPs for Europe in Poland
Factory in Poznan to assemble for Europe as part of tariff response 
Engineer fractured skull, hip, jaw, pelvis and wrists in HS2 construction site fall
An engineering firm has received a £52,000 (US$67,223) fine after a man employed by the company suffered multiple fractures in a fall from height on construction site for the UK’s High Speed 2 (HS2) railway
US government approve US$12.6 billion hydrogen hub programme
State and federal entities approved a US$12.6 billion hydrogen hub build
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