In this edition
Plans to build two nuclear power stations in the US scrapped... world’s largest data centre to be constructed in the Arctic Circle... Chinese consortium to build a new light rail system in Cairo, Egypt...
Scott Hazelton of IHS Global forecasts solid growth ahead for all three of the construction markets of North America, but warns that, for some, the longer term may be a little more challenging.
As uncertainty continues over the price of oil, many countries in the Gulf region are prioritising the development of infrastructure, as Mike Hayes reports.
In a demanding environment that requires heavy and repetitive work, Thomas Allen looks at how innovations are lightening the load.
As well as new systems intended to improve the speed and strength of concrete and asphalt mixers, manufacturers are also committed to a sustainable future, as Katherine Weir discovers.
The detailed engineering and construction work of a bridge – and the variety of equipment required – can be daunting, as Mike Hayes reports.
Unlike drone surveying systems or 3D printing, the technology of telematics has been developing within the construction industry for a number of years. Thomas Allen reports.
Katherine Weir investigates the intricacies of risk analysis and the many ways it can be utilised on construction projects around the world.
Construction equipment markets around the world are seeing growth this year, with the upswing in demand in Asia being the most eye-catching.