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EU chief: Construction ‘key’ to sustainability
Frans Timmermans describes ‘incredible opportunity’ for industry to support Green Deal
EU could seize €300bn from Russia to rebuild Ukraine
The damage suffered by Ukraine is estimated at €600 billion
Bidders shortlisted for US$2.5 billion bridge
Preferred bidder for major project in Nigeria set to be announced this year
Cost of decommissioning oil platforms to rise
UK oil and gas sector faces US$24 billion bill to plug old wells, says Offshore Energies 
Seizing the infrastructure opportunity
Now is the time to prepare your company for an impending rise in demand as a result of a surge in infrastructure spending
Dutch rental firms create alliance for disaster response
Bredenoord and Riwal to provide equipment for natural disaster rellief
O’Donovan Waste awarded zero emission accreditation
Award reaffirms company’s sustainability pledge 
Is hydrogen the future of construction equipment?
Luigi Arnone of Kohler engines discusses alternative power solutions for construction
‘Record’ carbon output for buildings and construction
CO2 produced by construction and buildings hit a record-high in 2021 
Indian PM to launch projects worth US$943m
PM Narendra Modi has announced projects across India
We’re ‘not very good’ at infrastructure, says UK government
Chancellor slams cost rises on HS2 megaproject, but commits to infrastructure spending
Jet Demolition collaborates on End-of-life facilities report
EDA report brings specialised companies together for best practice advice
EIB supports €2.5bn investment in climate action projects
The money will be spent on meeting the EU’s climate and energy targets and will come from the European Investment Fund (EIF)
Concern grows over transport bureaucracy in Germany
European transport and crane association backs campaign for reform of Germany’s transport permit system
What are the benefits of modular construction?
Off-site construction offers alternative methods to contractors
CHIPS Act set to benefit American manufacturers
In August 2022, Congress passed the Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) Act – a $280 billion investment in advanced manufacturing, research and technology.
G20 countries short on reducing emissions
A report has found that countries are not moving in line with net zero targets
Scale of Ukraine reconstruction highlighted at Bauma
Cost of reconstruction could be as high as US$540 billion
CECE launches initiative to measure equipment use
European industry body says Uptime Tracker will gather data from 400,000 machines
US$778 million fine for Lafarge for actions in Syria
Lafarge to pay US Department of Justice after pleading guilty to funding terror groups to keep factory open 
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