Construction Sector News
It’s now over a month since two earthquakes in rapid succession devastated parts of Turkey and neighbouring Syria.
India aims to become a US$5 trillion economy, but to do so must address infrastructure gaps
Nuclear power is making a comeback. Who is developing the next generation of small modular reactors?
As more electrically powered construction equipment comes to market, are the days of the combustion engine numbered?
Japan is moving back towards nuclear power after Fukushima but could a skills shortage slow progress?
How have Chinese construction companies become so influential in Africa and what can their competitors do about it?
Dr Jonathan Ingram, known as the ‘father of BIM’, on how AI could revolutionise the way construction professionals design and build.
Drones are increasingly accepted as part of the construction process and their applications for the sector are ever evolving
Construction equipment manufacturer electrifies more products plus adds new machine categories to lineup
Industry expert David Glabe details how platforms define usage
Lucy Barnard reports on a complicated engineering challenge
Women in the industry talk to D&Ri about their experiences
International Construction asks what the limits are to building ever taller skyscrapers.
Technology has the potential to help solve many of construction’s pain points, such as a lack of workers and the need to reduce emissions
The proportion of women working in construction across the world has remained stubborly low for years. But are things starting to change?
Tom Topolski speaks with Lindsey Anderson about projects, the supply chain and what’s next in the technology pipeline
UNACEA president Michele Vitulano on the importance of the American market
Compact track loader sales in North America have skyrocketed and look to maintain their momentum
Bauer Maschinen CEO, Dr. Ruediger Kaub, on the challenges – and opportunities – of electric power and automation
A great first step in making construction sustainable will be reducing the carbon emissions of concrete and, more significantly, cement