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Infrastructure consulting firm Aecom has won a deal to act as project management consultant for the NEOM International Airport, in Saudi Arabia.
The past decade has seen compact track loaders eat into the market share held by skid steer loaders in the US. Here’s why.
Bouygues-led venture will use TBM to construct a 4km-long tunnel on the future line C
The four big takeaways to emerge from the year’s largest construction equipment show.
Contractor launches artificial intelligence programme with city of Herne for road rehabilitation
Eurostat posts seasonally adjusted production figures for euro area
The project will focus on innovation around significant areas of risk in construction
One of world’s largest construction OEMs showcases three tech solutions
Dublin Port Company has started a formal consultation on a €400m expansion, including a 190m-long lifting bridge over the river Liffey.
Costs for troubled project rise by more than 20%
New analysis of International Construction’s Top 200 construction companies illustrates just how rapidly Chinese construction companies have grown their share of the global construction market.
The report provides a value-chain assessment of the construction sector’s emissions
China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) recorded a 27.3% year-on-year jump in new construction contracts, following an end to China’s controversial zero covid policy.
The health of the used construction equipment market and its trends are examined by the President of Ritchie Bros
CDE has been showing sand and aggregate washing solution at ConExpo
It’s now over a month since two earthquakes in rapid succession devastated parts of Turkey and neighbouring Syria.
Construction employment has increased in 306 of 358 metro areas across the US between January 2022 and January 2023, despite a decline in housebuilding activity.
The increased costs of materials have made it more difficult for businesses in the building industry
India aims to become a US$5 trillion economy, but to do so must address infrastructure gaps