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The supply chain reaction
Supply chain disruptions are hitting hard in Europe and the conflict in Ukraine means companies will need to be resilient to weather another year of uncertainty. Catrin Jones reports
What’s driving growth for Spain’s ToolQuick?
Founder and CEO Jose L. Aliaga on firm’s rapid expansion
What are the new trends in operator training?
Technology and the digital post pandemic world are showing smarter ways to communicate, learn and teach
The software doing the hard work
Application software may not be the first thing that springs to mind in a discussion about modern construction, but it is playing an increasingly important role in the delivery of Europe’s major infrastructure projects, as Mike Hayes reports
Opportunities in the wind
Mark Matthew on why delays in offshore wind projects must not be allowed to hinder green progress
A vision for net-zero buildings
Zsolt Toth of the Building Performance Institute of Europe discusses the need to measure the whole-life carbon emissions of the built environment
How to choose the right rigging gear for your project
Pat Clark discusses all the subtleties of job planning and renting rigging gear. 
The quest for net zero steel
Zero carbon steel may not be commercially available yet - but that hasn’t stopped some of the world’s biggest construction companies from demanding it
Recycling to regenerate construction
As the European construction sector transitions to a regenerative, circular economy, Leila Steed takes a look at the latest crushing and screening equipment re-energizing the market.
Telescopic boom lifts: electrification and new technologies
How the latest telescopic booms are being used around the world
New roads new methods
The importance of improving Europe’s transport network in a sustainable way has resulted in huge spend and increasing demands on road construction companies, as Mike Hayes reports
The truth about BIM software
Construction Europe talks to Fabio Ponzio of Hexagon Geosystems about why using building information modelling really can be good for business
The need for net zero in construction
The climate emergency means the construction industry must evaluate its carbon footprint and develop processes that meet wider sustainability targets and European initiatives - and quickly. Cat Jones reports
LiuGong lays global plans
Interview: Phil Graysmark, Access Division director, reveals European and N.American expansion details 
4 attachment options you can pair up with demolition robots
Why correct attachment choice is key to remote-controlled demolition equipment efficiency
10 ways to tackle a ‘health and safety gone mad’ attitude
Like many industries, demolition suffers from a safety stigma - but it can be overcome
Why the SC&RA has a new approach to permit harmonisation
The Association is cultivating new approach to permit harmonisation in 2022, says Mike Chalmers
Steering Cummins down a path to zero
Cummins CEO Tom Linebarger outlines progress and goals in company’s drive toward decarbonization
The changing nature of construction disputes
Pinsent Masons’ Simon Plunkett examines industrialised construction and the emergence of new kinds of disputes
Briggs & Stratton’s Power Swap
New Swappable Battery Packs designed to provide flexible, movable power
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