News from Construction Europe

JCB introduces smallest Loadall
The new telehandler has a cab height of 1.8m and a width of 1.56m.
Low risk markets pay big for Webuild
Contractor reports new project orders in Europe, Australia and North America worth US$13.6 billion
Redcar steelworks furnace demolished
VIDEO: Watch Thompsons of Prudhoe bring down 365 ft tall structure via a controlled explosion
Kiloutou international revenue up 133.9%
Overall growth supported by acquisitions and demand
Construction testbed for ‘fossil-free’ contracting
Volvo CE, Skanska and more team up on Sweden’s largest emission-free construction project 
VJ Technology trials site container store
UK firm trials on-site building supply alternative
Boels offers electric charging station
Mobile unit for electric construction machines expands ECO label range
Development of climbing cranes moves forward
Vattenfall and Mammoet partner on electric crane for wind farm construction
Hexagon’s flying scanner listed on Time’s Best Inventions of 2022
Time compiled the list via solicited nominations from its editors and correspondents around the world
Mollo launches green brand
Blue&Green livery aids selection of sustainable equipment
Caterpillar release cloud-based system to boost performance
Customers will be able to track how much time their machines spend loading, hauling, and dumping
New dates for Spain’s Smopyc 2023 event
Construction exhibition in Zaragoza shifts from April to November
Cat’s new Stage V gen set
Rental features include user friendly control panel
‘Significant milestone’ for Cat’s battery electric mining truck
Caterpillar gathers 110,000 data points per second during 7km run for battery electric mining truck 
Euroconstruct paints difficult picture for construction
Research and consultation body expects marginal growth next year
Finning predicts strong 2023
Q3 buoyed by effective supply management and rising demand
Acciona wins €226m contract for Polish highway
Subsidiary of Spanish contractor will build 12.5km section of S-19 Expressway
Video: Construction’s race to net zero
Victoria Burrows, Director of Advancing Net Zero, World Green Building Council
South Wales Metro delayed until 2024
Transport for Wales says that the majority of the first phase is scheduled to be completed in 2024
Concerns over labour shortage jump 28%
New research reveals the extent of the skilled workers crisis in construction
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