In this edition
Global equipment sales surge; world’s largest suspension bridge; US steel tariffs proposed; megaproject in Lima; Chinese sky bridge; Florida bridge collapses.
The Asia-Pacific region saw above-average growth in 2017, with most countries in the region contributing. 2018 will see a slight slowing down but growth will continue, writes Scott Hazelton from ISH Global.
The countries making up North Africa have experienced different fortunes in recent years, but overall the signs are positive, writes Andy Brown.
2017 proved to be the most positive year for equipment manufacturers in a number of years. Our report shows exactly which companies experienced the most growth.
New innovations mean that concrete can now flex under pressure and heal itself. Thomas Allen takes a closer look at these new technologies.
Katherine Weir explores the compact loader market and looks at how quick coupling and multiple attachments have made these machines more versatile.
Collaboration and innovation are essential to the successful construction of bridges, no matter where in the world they are built, as Thomas Allen finds out.
Sany Heavy Industries has experienced strong growth in recent years, so Andy Brown took the chance to speak to Wanchun Zhou, vice president of the company.
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An overview of the global construction market in 2017.