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Eight positive signs for construction
As 2022 closes, we highlight reasons to be cheerful about construction
Balfour Beatty signs alliance on modular nuclear power
Contractor will work on small nuclear reactors in the UK
Vauramo to continue as Metso Outotec CEO
Finland-based company announce Pekka Vauramo to remain as CEO until at least the end of 2024 
Report: Euro construction could be 50% circular by 2040
Industry consultant says bloc has potential to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half
Digital twin to help rebuild Ukraine
The project will be led by engineering consultant Egis, as well as B4 Design and Engineering and software company Dassault Systèmes
Shorter Intermat to return in 2024
Dates and theme announced for the return of construction trade show 
Rokbak looks to expand operations across Europe
The Scotland-based company is looking to expand across France and Germany
Only 24% of firms sharing project data externally
New research shows that more data is being shared internally but external numbers low
Interview: Zeppelin COO on green equipment
Peter Schrader discusses barriers to low-emission equipment use
Deutz TCD engines now HVO approved
Engines meeting EU Stage 5 standard now certified for use with HVO
Hexagon opens technology test site
‘T-Site’ in Denmark will offer ‘real-world’ demonstrations of heavy construction solutions
Construction technology trends for 2023
Burcin Kaplanoglu from Oracle outlines top construction technology trends for 2023
Hyundai Genuine: a strategy for Europe and beyond
Young-cheul Cho, the company’s president & CEO, discusses the future with Construction Europe
Vemcon integrates Lekatech attachment app into its platform
The Vemcon CoPilot is said to support the operator in difficult work processes, providing mental and physical relief
UK approves €2.5bn carbon capture power plant
Construction consortium now tasked with delivering detailed plan for country’s first major CCS project
Lendlease Europe ‘halves emissions in one year’
Real estate and infrastructure firm cuts its Scope 1 and 2 carbon levels by 53%
Construction in the Antarctic
Work to resume on research centre in one of world’s harshest environments 
Cat announces new 350 excavator
Sustainability key as new machine promises fuel reduction of up to 13%
Heathrow airport trials robot dog for construction
Robot dog ‘Dave’ will provide 3D laser scans of the ongoing refurbishment of a 1960s cargo tunnel
Is net zero in construction possible?
The construction methods and materials driving our emissions-free future 
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