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Data insights, on-site safety key to Volvo CE’s ‘Connected Map’ trials
Volvo CE’s new software is equipping customers with real-time data
5 major global science facility builds running behind schedule
US reveals five major facility projects looking down schedule increases
UAE’s Adnoc awards EPC contracts for US$45bn refinery project
Adnoc announces new contracts for refinery expansion
Intel suspends US$25bn Israel chip plant project
Technology firm Intel said it’s suspending its chip plant expansion plan in Israel but that it was not due to the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza
Strabag, Electreon test German roads for inductive EV charging
The partnership created an EV-charging road in Europe
Volvo CE declares success in UAE with electric wheel loader
Volve CE said its electric loader ‘shined’ in UAE trial
Production starts on 3D-printed ‘printfrastructure’ components for water industry
Production of 3D-printed components for use in construction in the water industry has started after three years of development
In ‘world first’ for size, ABB converts diesel truck to electric
Switzerland-based ABB turned a diesel-powered truck into an electric propulsion machine in Türkiye
US’ largest steel producer acquires Rytec for $US565 million
A US steel company acquired Rytec for more than half-a-billion dollars
Smarter, safer and more sustainable falsework and formwork solutions
Advancements such as BIM, prefabrication techniques, and the integration of automation are already enhancing efficiency, safety, and quality in construction processes
Why are mini excavators still increasing in popularity and who’s buying them?
Catrin Jones takes a look at some of the newest developments and what is next for the well-loved compact machine
AI-powered robotic excavators take direction on site
Gravis Robotics is developing a module that attaches to individual excavators so they can work to spec every day on the job 
Record mass timber high-rise proposed
Developer is proposing a mass timber structure that would be the tallest in world
Nemetschek Group to acquire GoCanvas to further accelerate digitalisation
GoCanvas is a provider of field worker collaboration software that digitises traditional paper-based processes
US college and 3D-printing firm offer online course
A college and 3D-printing company are teaming up to teach the trade
How sophisticated deepfake scams aim to extract millions from construction companies
If you haven’t heard the term ‘deepfake’ before, then the chances are you soon will
Minor League ballpark build swings for cutting-edge construction tech
The contractors building a $114 million multi-sports stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee hope that a mix of innovative techniques, construction technology and materials will help them to knock the project out of the park
XCMG showcases ‘green’ construction equipment
One of the world’s biggest OEMs has showcased a selection of its alternative powered equipment
Holcim, Peri claim 3D-printing ‘first’ in Switzerland
Holcim leads build of Switzerland’s ‘first’ on-site 3D-printed build
Vinci to build water plant extension in Cambodia
Vinci will construct an extension for a water treatment plant in Southeast Asia
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