International Construction - November 2020
13 November 2020
Included in this issue:
- WORLD NEWS
New lockdown rules; China’s biggest TBM, costs rise for Europe’s biggest infrastructure project.
- CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY NEWS
Hydrogen energy investment; construction’s robotic dog; new partnership for autonomous construction.
- ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
IHS Markit’s Scott Hazelton looks at the Sub-Saharan region and finds some bright spots.
- REGIONAL REPORT
With the US in need of infrastructure investment, a stimulus could provide the industry a real boost, writes Jenny Lescohier.
Concrete has more than stood the test of time and, discovers Jenny Lescohier, the innovations in this sector keep on coming.
Bridges are being constructed that are bigger than ever before and have a longer life span – Andy Brown looks at some of the most interesting projects.
- BRIDGES - OPINION
Structural engineering company Cleveland Bridge says future bridges must last longer and cost less.
- INTERVIEW: LIEBHERR
Liebherr’s Joachim Strobel talks to Andy Brown about the impact of Covid-19, the company’s plan for India and China and its approach to new technology.
Foundations work is one of the most vital elements of a job site, writes Andy Brown.
- ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT
Mike Osenga speaks to Doosan Bobcat North America about their electrification plans.
- OFF HIGHWAY RESEARCH
Construction equipment sales in North America.
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