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Finning’s Villegas to retire
Juan Carlos Villegas, president, Finning Canada, to retire, while former Hewden CEO takes over
Vinci Construction said to have stabilised
Construction order intake falls, but group’s Contracting segment revenue shows growth of 6.9%
Mammoet moves
Moving a pair of 400 tonne tugboats was a challenge met by Mammoet on a job in Canada
US-Canada bridge given green light
A consortium to build a 2.5km cable-stayed bridge has been selected
United to enter Europe with BakerCorp takeover
The world’s biggest rental company to enter Europe after 21 years of North American-only operations
Ground broken on Vancouver airport expansion
Work begins on a US$6.8 billion 20-year project to increase the capacity of the Canadian airport
Cameras in frame at Tower Cranes North America
Using cameras to help with ‘blind lifting’ is one of several topics at the Tower Cranes North America conference
Canada gov blocks Aecon acquisition
Proposed purchase of Aecon by CCCI rejected by Canadian government on grounds of national security
ARA forecasts continuous growth
US rental industry revenue to grow consistently year-on-year, resulting in total revenue of $64.1 billion in 2022
Arcadis lists Europe’s most expensive
London and Geneva move down construction cost league table as North American cities dominate list
Luffing tower crane simulator launched
The Luffing Tower Crane (LTC) Training Pack simulation-based training aid has been released by CM Labs Simulations
SPG selected for work at Muskrat Falls
The division of Canadian-owned AGF Access Group has been selected by Andritz Hydro as a subcontractor
FAA speakers confirmed for Miami tower crane conference
Confirmation of FAA speakers completes the programme for the event on 18 and 18 June in Miami.
Quebec dealer for Palazzani
Palazzani has appointed a new dealer for its tracked platforms in Quebec, Canada. SOSLocation is based in Montreal
Skyjack SJ519 TH utilizes Deutz engines
All Duetz 75hp TCD engines can provide high levels of torque that compensate for their lower horsepower, according to the company
ANSI and CSA standards explained
The new ANSI and CSA standards for MEWPs are now closer to the European EN280. Brandon Tucker at JLG explains
Eurovia acquires civil engineering firm
VINCI subsidary purchases civil engineering contractor
All West Demolition brings in Mammoet
Mammoet used its LTM 1400 to help All West Demolition with a demolition job in central Alberta, Canada
Skyjack shows prototype
The company is debuting its SJ4740 scissor lift at Intermat 
Ontario seeks bidders for rail expansion
Canadian province investing US$16 billion in rail network
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