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    Foundations: The ups and downs of construction


    Foundation drilling has become a more exact science in recent years. Construction Europe looks at the latest innovations currently making an impact on European construction sites

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    Foundations: Strength in depth


    In the demanding area of deep foundations, options for equipment and technology are many and varied

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    UK foundation contractor opens new division


    Aarsleff Ground Engineering aims to enhance its services and enter new markets with launch of new geotechnical division

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    Aarsleff-BAM International JV wins Tanzania road contract


    Aarsleff-BAM International JV wins TZS 136.3 billion (US$ 97 million) road construction contract in Tanzania.

  • Danish contractor Per Aarsleff and its European subsidiaries have completed piling work at Poland’s

    Polish stadium's foundations take shape


    The piling contract for Poland's new national stadium in Warsaw, being built for the 2012 European football championships, has been completed ahead of schedule.

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    Centrum piles to 5 million metres


    Centrum Pile, the UK-based manufacturer of continuously reinforced pre-cast concrete piles, has reached a major milestone at its factory in Nottinghamshire, UK.

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    Sure footing for Europe's foundation sector


    Buoyant sales and increased turnover from equipment manufacturers and contractors alike, coupled to a growing need for alternative energy generation and infrastructure expansion, are helping push the development of cutting edge technologies in the foundations sector. Richard High looks at the latest developments and reports on some of the machines ...

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    Aarsleff piles in


    In an effort to improve pedestrian and car safety at an automatic railway crossing on the A27 road at Beddingham, UK, a well-known bottleneck and accident blackspot, the UK's Highways Agency decided to replace the crossing with a bridge.