In this edition
New York’s Gateway Tunnel project threatened by colocated Hudson Yards redevelopment...green light for $5.8 billion Nigerian hydropower plant...controversial Russia-Crimea bridge nears completion...
Scott Hazelton of IHS Global describes the challenges and risks that lie ahead as the Middle Eastern states seek alternatives to oil-based revenues.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi could not be accused of resting on his laurels. Mike Hayes reports on his efforts to drive infrastructure development and encourage foreign direct investment.
Katherine Weir speaks with manufacturers and consultants about the equipment used, and challenges faced, on high-rise projects.
An improving rental market is being buoyed by the rapid advancement of rental software solutions, as Joe Malone discovers.
Thomas Allen reports on some of the most impressive and innovative demoltion and deconstruction projects undertaken around the world in recent months.
In a far more technically complex sector than the uninitiated might imagine, iC takes a look at what is demanded of today’s foundation equipment, as projects grow in both scale and ambition.
Andrew Walker, president of the power technique business area at Atlas Copco, speaks to iC about the company’s changing focus.
The construction equipment market in India is expected to hit a new record high this year, thanks to strong demand from the infrastructure sector, with
growth expected for the foreseeable future