Global Construction Guide 2022

By Anita Bhakta24 November 2021

Included in the issue:

GLOBAL ECONOMIC OVERVIEW
The construction industry has fared well against the challenges of Covid-19, rising materials costs, supply chain issues and shortages of skilled workers.

CONSTRUCTION FOCUS
International Construction’s listing of the world’s largest 200 contractors by their sales figures sees Chinese firms leading the charge from the front.

CONSTRUCTION SOURCING GUIDE
KHL’s free and easily searchable online directory contains all the information you need to know on the most important equipment in construction.

YELLOW TABLE
A ranking of the world’s 50 biggest OEMs by construction equipment sales sees strong returns and changes in the top ten.

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Longer Reads
Can machine learning help mend the contracting system?
How artificial intelligence can help contractors more accurately estimate the length and cost of construction projects
Investing in workforce wearables on construction sites
Exoskeletons can increase worker productivity and comfort, but there are issues to be avoided 
Does engineering design matter for Asia’s future infrastructure investments?
Asia’s future infrastructure is facing increasing scrutiny of its sustainability, constructability, bankability, and resilience
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