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Rapid tech adoption and optimism at heart of global construction
KPMG survey reveals sector’s increased takeup of robotic process automation, virtual reality, project management information systems (PIMS), drones, smart sensors and AI
Australia to build ‘flagship’ C&D waste recycling plant
Rino Recycling to operate new AUS$89 million Brisbane facility
Interview, Bentley Systems: how to transform construction
Rich Humphrey from Bentley Systems tells Andy Brown how construction can take its next step on the tech journey
World’s top ten construction OEMs revealed
What construction OEMs make up the top ten of the lastest Yellow Table?
Australia gets national scaffolding association
Formerly the Scaffolding Association of Queensland, the national organization will promote safety, best practices
Interview: Caterpillar executive on electric power, automation and new equipment
Jason Conklin, senior vice president, Caterpillar, with responsibility for Global Construction and Infrastructure talks to Andy Brown about electric power, automation, and sustainability
US-based construction OEMs keep Yellow Table revenue close to record amount
Latest Yellow Table reveals how much money the world’s biggest construction manufacturers generated in 2022
Graforce, Worley to scale methane electrolysis in Asia, Australia
‘Game-changing’ tech converts LNG, natural gas into hydrogen without emitting CO2
Industrial tanks transported from Malaysia to Australia
Transport specialist delivers 4,300 cubic metres of cargo across land and sea  
North America leads charge in rising IRN100 revenues
Largest 100 rental companies in the world generated revenues of €66 billion in 2022
5 things we learned from Turner and Flatiron owner Hochtief’s latest trading update
Construction giant Hochtief, which owns subsidiaries Turner and Flatiron in the US, CIMIC in Australia, and Leighton Asia, last week unveiled a trading update for Q1 2023.
Aecom joint venture wins detailed design deal on Sydney’s $2.9bn Western Harbour Tunnel
A joint venture led by infrastructure consultant Aecom has won a contract to develop the detailed design of the Western Harbour Tunnel in Sydney, Australia.
Is construction losing out on efficiency gains by using too many tower cranes?
A city skyline bristling with tower cranes is normally taken as a good omen in the world of construction.
Telehandler sales skyrocket at JLG
Q1 results highlight strong market demand and continued momentum
Cat launches Next Gen material handler
New 50-t scrap metal handler can ‘handle more material in the same amount of time, says Cat
North America drives Q1 rise for Caterpillar
Caterpillar, world’s largest construction OEM, announces financial results for first quarter of 2023 
Atlas Copco to acquire major Australian pump specialist
Pump rental business will join Atlas Copco’s Specialty Rental division
Clough and Saipem close deal to build Australia’s biggest urea plant
Contractors Clough and Saipem have reached financial close on a €2.56 billion (US$2.8 billion) deal to build Australia’s largest urea plant.
How to construct a data centre safely and more efficiently
How to improve safety and efficiency in data centre construction
New survey finds constructability challenges impacting 80% of complex builds globally
Delivery delays, material waste, and cost overruns top the list of issues for complex civil construction projects 
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