In this edition
Carillion collapses; optimism among US contractors; Melbourne tunnel project; rigid haulers from Volvo; $9 billion infrastructure fund for Chile; world’s tallest modular tower; Mexico goes green...
Scott Hazelton from IHS Global examines the economic outlook in Europe and finds that the overall news is positive, although the spectre of the UK’s exit from the European Union still looms large.
Our focus is on southern Africa, the region of Africa which has the greatest number of construction projects occurring. Thomas Allen examines the major projects and looks at what opportunities there are in the region.
To be held in Paris from 23 to 28 April, Intermat will see in excess of 1,500 exhibitors from over 40 countries and over 180,000 visitors attend.
Katherine Weir examines the latest developments in the compact excavator sector and looks at how new technology is changing the equipment.
With tunnel construction among the most demanding engineering applications for construction equipment, Thomas Allen reports on the latest projects and machinery in use around the globe.
In such a competitive market, crane manufacturers are doing all they can to keep their all terrain cranes ahead of the pack. Christian Shelton reports.
WORLD OF ASPHALT PREVIEW
We look ahead to the show where the industry’s leading manufacturers and service providers come together.
BAUMA AFRICA PREVIEW
The event, which will be held in South Africa, provides the construction and mining industry in Africa with a professional platform for networking and investment.