International Construction - November 2020

13 November 2020

Included in this issue: 

  • WORLD NEWS 
    New lockdown rules; China’s biggest TBM, costs rise for Europe’s biggest infrastructure project.
  • CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY NEWS
    Hydrogen energy investment; construction’s robotic dog; new partnership for autonomous construction.
  • ECONOMIC OUTLOOK 
    IHS Markit’s Scott Hazelton looks at the Sub-Saharan region and finds some bright spots.
  • REGIONAL REPORT 
    With the US in need of infrastructure investment, a stimulus could provide the industry a real boost, writes Jenny Lescohier.
  • CONCRETE 
    Concrete has more than stood the test of time and, discovers Jenny Lescohier, the innovations in this sector keep on coming.
  • BRIDGES 
    Bridges are being constructed that are bigger than ever before and have a longer life span – Andy Brown looks at some of the most interesting projects.
  • BRIDGES - OPINION 
    Structural engineering company Cleveland Bridge says future bridges must last longer and cost less.
  • INTERVIEW: LIEBHERR 
    Liebherr’s Joachim Strobel talks to Andy Brown about the impact of Covid-19, the company’s plan for India and China and its approach to new technology.
  • FOUNDATIONS 
    Foundations work is one of the most vital elements of a job site, writes Andy Brown.
  • ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT 
    Mike Osenga speaks to Doosan Bobcat North America about their electrification plans.
  • OFF HIGHWAY RESEARCH 
    Construction equipment sales in North America.
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