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Bechtel: ‘The future of construction is digital’
Bechtel highlights how they are utilising technology on the Cutlass Solar project in Texas, US
Construction begins on $12bn Brightline West high-speed rail project
Construction on the $12 billion Brightline West high-speed railway, linking Las Vegas and southern California has officially started.
Association rebrands after three decades as ISRI
Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries change name to become the Recycled Materials Association 
CNH names new CEO
Scott Wine to leave on July 1, 2024, after three years as CEO 
Jury concludes that Caterpillar owes $100m to importer amid US lawsuit
A jury in the US has concluded that Caterpillar must pay $100 million to an importer, following a legal dispute between the two companies.
Caterpillar: AI will revolutionise construction
World’s biggest OEM says AI is evolving at a rapid rate 
Liebherr USA promotes mining lead to division director
The company has promoted a director to a new role
How to save money and get ahead with ‘smart’ project management
Stay ahead with ‘smart project management’
Demystifying BIM and predicting what’s next for digital twins in construction
Catch up on the ConTech BIM roundtable held in March
Pfizer reduces scope of US biomanufacturing facility, contractor says
US pharmaceutical company plans for less-costly build
RB Global exec to cover North American used equipment market
Presentation at Off-Highway Conference/Power Progress Summit will cover used equipment
Thiess wins US$1.2 billion six-year extension on Australian coal mine equipment
Thiess to continue support work at Australian mining site for another six years
Florida university changing contractors for US$340 million football stadium project
The University of Southern Florida is bringing in a new builder for its athletic field renovation
Amtrak signs AECOM-Jacobs JV for US$6bn tunnel project
The railroad company will commence major construction work later this year
Taiwan chip manufacturer TSMC to build third semiconductor fab in Arizona
Taiwanese chip manufacturer TSMC has revealed plans to build a third semiconductor fab in Phoenix, Arizona, bringing its total expenditure on its factories there to more than US$65 billion.
‘Safest’ construction company in the US named
A Texas-based construction firm has taken the title of the USA’s safest company in an awards ceremony organised by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

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Skanska in $1.4 billion deal to replace vulnerable Seattle bridge
Skanska has won a deal for US$1.4 billion with the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to replace the Portage Bay Bridge in Seattle, Washington.
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