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Bechtel in new initiative to promote construction jobs for women in Saudi Arabia
US-based engineering and construction firm Bechtel has launched a new partnership with Saudi Women Engineers Society (SWES) to promote construction careers for women in Saudi Arabia.
Interview: Cummins Engine Business president says no ‘light-switch event’ for zero emissions
Cummins Engine Business president sees continued future for internal combustion.
What on earth is internal PPE?
With 2023 on track to be the hottest year on record, construction firms are looking to new technologies to protect workers from the heat, leading some to coin the phrase ‘internal PPE’.
Volvo CE partners with CRH to ‘decarbonise’ construction
Partnership to include work on electrification, charging infrastructure, low carbon fuels and renewable energy
LeeBoy working with Portable Electric to electrify paving industry
Two companies demonstrated the Voltstack 30k, a mobile site equipment charger
Consortium green lights European small nuclear reactors
Romania, Italy and Belgium to participate in the development of small nuclear reactors
Infrastructure and sustainability ‘megatrends’ propel Aecom to $11bn revenue
Aecom saw its revenue for its 2023 financial year increase 10% to $11 billion, as it hailed growth driven by “megatrends” of investment in infrastructure, sustainability and the energy transition.
Granite-led joint venture wins $131m contract to rehabilitate American River Bridge
A joint venture between US contractor Granite and California Engineering Contractors has won a $131 million deal to rehabilitate the American River Bridge in Sacramento, California.
Danfoss Editron electrification products debut
Onboard charger and electric filter intended to quicken the pace of heavy-duty electrification
Atlas Copco Group reveal a new corporate brand identity
Atlas Copco have unveiled a change in corporate brand identity
Rebuild Ukraine conference opens in Warsaw
Associations, OEMs and governmental agencies attend
Leighton Asia to deliver first phase of $1bn data centre in Philippines
Contractor Leighton Asia has won a deal to build the first phase of a multi-phase, $1 billion data centre development in Quezon City, Philippines.
China attempts to curb public-private partnership projects amid rising debts
China has ordered its local governments to halt public-private partnership projects identified as “problematic” and replaced a 10% budget spending allowance for these ventures with a vetting mechanism by Beijing as it tries to curb municipal debt risks.
Decarbonisation efforts stalling in Europe and US, new study finds
Global Retrofit Index reveals current plans to improve energy performance are falling short
Video: What are the top 20 causes of construction claims and disputes around the world?
New report reveals top 20 causes of construction disputes across the globe, as well as broken down by region.
Hyundai Engineering and Construction sign Ukraine airport reconstruction deal
Hyundai E&C will be responsible for the design, procurement, and construction responsibilities of the airport project
Rescue effort underway as 40 workers trapped in tunnel collapse
A rescue effort is underway in India after 40 construction workers were trapped by a tunnel collapse in India.
Construction begins on Hudson River tunnel in New York
The Hudson Tunnel project includes the construction of a new 2.3km long twin tube tunnel between New York and New Jersey
Cat debuts two new compact track loaders
New 255, 265 loaders improve lift height, torque and tilt and lift breakout forces
Latin America’s top 50 construction companies ranked
Find out how the top 50 biggest construction companies in Latin America rank in the latest CLA50 list.
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