International Construction - January-February 2022

By Anita Bhakta17 February 2022

Included in this issue:

NEWS ROUND UP
India’s infrastructure budget; China’s construction plan; Bauma booked up; new sustainable city.

WHEELED LOADERS
New power sources being investigated.

INDUSTRY INTERVIEW
Mr. Chen, general manager, Sany, large excavators.

LARGE EXCAVATORS
Productivity gains mean more can be done with less.

TRUCKS
Connectivity and reliability are king.

SURVEYING DRONES AND SOFTWARE
Katherine Weir looks at the latest in surveying by drones and other digital methods.

Bonus:
Special feature: Heavy earthmoving equipment
Why there’s lots of life left in diesel power
How construction can tackle the skills shortage

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Longer Reads
The digitalisation of the construction industry
Trackunit looks at key trends in the cohesive development of construction technology
Demolition or refurbishment?
Increasing numbers of politicians and architects are favouring reused buildings over demolition
How job order contracting improves construction efficiency
Job order contracting is suited to certain types of projects where it can potentially save contractors time and money 
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