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Report reveals sustainability surge: 73% of contractors already implementing practices
Survey of approximately 13,000 construction professionals reveals what sectors are embracing sustainability
China State Construction to build pre-cast concrete helipad in Antarctica
China State Construction (CSCEC) is set to build a new helipad at a Chinese research station on the coast of the Ross Sea in Antarctica.
Zoomlion cranes help out in Antarctica
Telescopic crawler cranes from China work in harsh conditions of Terra Nova Bay
New study: over a third of construction using ‘immersive tech’
Over a quarter say that construction has found its ‘digital feet’ but a third worry they will be left behind by new tech 
Construction ‘first’ for Antarctic research station
Eight construction team members will be stationed at Rothera for seven months during Antarctica’s winter season
Rental Briefing: daily newsletter for rental sector being launched by KHL
Newsletter will provide analysis, comment and insight into the global industry
Interview: buying used equipment from United Rentals
IRN asked United about its used equipment business
Polar runway project for Sandvik
Crushers and screens deployed on US$380 million Antarctic Infrastructure Modernisation Programne
What is it like to build in Antarctica?
Two project managers working on the construction of the new Discovery Building at Rothera for the British Antarctic Survey describe the challenges of working in such an unforgiving environment.
New Zealand to build prefabricated base in Antarctica
Construction will begin at PrimePort Timaru mid-2023
International Construction launches daily industry newsletter
High-quality analysis and insight on the global industry
Construction in the Antarctic
Work to resume on research centre in one of world’s harshest environments 
2023 access industry forecast
AI’s annual Confidence Survey shows mixed forecast for 2023
Video: Construction’s race to net zero
Victoria Burrows, Director of Advancing Net Zero, World Green Building Council
G7 leaders reveal US$600bn infrastructure plan
Partnership for Global Infrastructure has been viewed as an alternative to China’s Belt and Road Initiative 
Construction equipment sales on course for ‘record’ year
Sales predicted to reach record volume of 1.13 million in 2021 and remain robust in 2022 
DICA establishes global presence
DICA’s outrigger pads and crane pads are in use on all seven continents and in more than 50 countries.
Terex RT 35-1 delivered to Antarctica
The Terex rough terrain crane was purchased to permanently support year-round scientific research.
Sustainability award for Antarctic research station
New wharf at British Antarctic Survey’s research station rated ‘excellent’ for sustainability
Construction season at Antarctic research hub
A team has arrived in Antarctica to continue construction at the British Antarctic Survey’s Rothera Research Station
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