In this edition
Qatar bans owners of construction companies from leaving the country, as it investigates major structures damaged by recent heavy rains.
Employees at JCB have voted to work shorter hours for the next three months in a move aimed at saving the jobs of colleagues at risk of compulsory redundancy.
At the World Crane and Transport Summit in the Netherlands, keynote speaker Jan Kleijn looks at future trends in the industry.
Scott Hazelton outlines the challenges facing the region of North Africa - where political and security developments are a major threat to economic stability.
Amid geopolitical turbulence and the continuing fallout from the global economic crisis, major construction projects are moving ahead in North Africa.
A quarry operator in the UAE is using a range of technology and services from Caterpillar to drive down costs and improve productivity.
The need for improved efficiency is a continuing theme for all things concrete. International Construction looks at the latest assistive technologies in the market.
In an industry under pressure to meet tight budgets and deadlines, high-production equipment can help improve both safety and performance.
iC takes a look at new products in this technology-led part of the construction industry which includes many new advances in this last year.
WORLD OF CONCRETE
A look ahead to World of Concrete in Las Vegas, US – the first major construction equipment exhibition in the 2016 calendar.
An update on products from Liebherr, Doosan and Terex, plus a review of equipment at Excon in India.