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Epiroc completes purchase of autonomous mining company
Published on: 29 May, 2024
Epiroc buys remaining share of OEM agnostic autonomous mining solutions company
Strabag: ‘Still no sign of reversal in residential construction’
Published on: 29 May, 2024
Austria-based construction company Strabag has warned there is still no sign of a reversal in the faltering residential construction market, as it unveiled its performance for the first quarter of 2024
At a glance – Bobcat’s 2024 Demo Days
Published on: 29 May, 2024
See the features of this year’s Bobcat Demo Days
French and Danish firms to build Valby ‘cloudburst tunnel’
Published on: 29 May, 2024
Two contractors working in joint venture have been selected to build the Valby cloudburst tunnel under a contract worth DKK 490 (US$71.3 million)
Interview: JLG’s vision outside the Americas
Published on: 28 May, 2024
Karel Huijser, VP for EAME, on products, EC investigation, production footprint and exhibitions 
Webber wins $1.2bn worth of contracts in North America
Published on: 28 May, 2024
Construction firm Webber has won 10 new construction and maintenance projects totalling US$1.2 billion
Lendlease exits international construction markets
Published on: 28 May, 2024
Lendlease quits international markets as it looks to save US$3 billion
How civil engineers are developing an innovative EV-charging highway prototype
Published on: 28 May, 2024
What if roads could wirelessly charge our electric vehicles as we drove over them?
CSCEC-built spiral tunnel officially recognised as world’s longest
Published on: 24 May, 2024
A spiral tunnel in China, built by Chinese construction giant China State Construction (CSCEC), has been recognised as the world’s longest
Consortium wins €302m deal to build Swiss railway plant
Published on: 24 May, 2024
A consortium led by Swiss construction company CSC Costruzioni has won a contract worth €302 million (US$327 million) to build a new railway plant in Switzerland
Epiroc to acquire French attachments manufacturer
Published on: 24 May, 2024
Swedish OEM continues massive attachments expansion following Stanley acquisition 
Two-thirds of US construction firms see vehicle crashes in work zones during highway upgrades
Published on: 24 May, 2024
Nearly two-thirds (64%) of US construction companies undertaking highway upgrade projects reported that motor vehicles had crashed into their construction work zones during the past year
Five of the week’s biggest construction stories
Published on: 24 May, 2024
What news and features have been most popular on Construction Briefing? 
VIDEO: Mark Loizeaux’s full WDS 2023 speech
Published on: 24 May, 2024
CDI President: I honestly don’t know that there is going to be an explosives demolition industry in the United States in ten years
Powertrain expert to share alternative fuels roadmap
Published on: 24 May, 2024
Off-Highway Conference/Power Progress Summit speaker to discuss alternative fuels in off-highway equipment
What construction law changes will there be across the EU and UK in 2024?
Published on: 23 May, 2024
Construction ERP software experts have outlined the legal developments that may be in store for 2024 to help the industry prepare for what lies ahead
South Korea to pump $19 billion into chip sector amid global building frenzy
Published on: 23 May, 2024
South Korea has announced that it will pump 26 trillion won (US$19 billion) into its chip manufacturing businesses, as semiconductor firms race to build facilities in ‘all-out warfare’
Tutor Perini bags $228.6 million airport terminal connectors contract
Published on: 23 May, 2024
Tutor Perini’s subsidiary Tutor Perini Building Corp. has won a $228.6 million deal to build connectors between terminals at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Florida
Survey reveals biggest project risks and disputes in construction
Published on: 23 May, 2024
Survey shows a 100% increase in respondents ranking ESG as one of their top three sources of disputes in future
AI-powered robotic excavators take direction on site
Published on: 23 May, 2024
Gravis Robotics is developing a module that attaches to individual excavators so they can work to spec every day on the job 
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