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Former Turner executive joins Gilbane rental subsidiary
Mark Brselin joins site services division
Komatsu teams up with F1’s Williams Racing
Partnership creates the opportunity for technical expertise to be shared between the two companies
Zeppelin names successor to Peter Gerstmann
Caterpillar dealer announcess senior management succession plan
Can standardised data transform the construction industry’s approach to carbon assessment?
Antony Brophy, UK Director of Business Development at Cobuilder takes a deep look at the construction industry’s approach to carbon measurement
European auto battery maker secures €4.4 billion to build new factories
European battery manufacturer ACC has secured €4.4 billion (US$4.7 billion) to build four new production lines across three ‘gigafactories’ on the continent.
Peab to build SEK1 billion swimming pool block in Sweden
Sweden-based firm will be involved in 27,000m2 of the new build at a cost of US$124 million
How Strabag unintentionally broke a tunnelling world record
Contractor Strabag has broken the world record for the longest single TBM drive, using a Herrenknecht TBM on the Woodsmith mine tunnel project for Anglo American - here’s how they did it.
Interview: United Rentals on why access management is a key to success
Tony Leopold, senior vice president of strategy & digital at United Rentals, talks about the company’s new Access Management system and what it means for renters
Italian airport’s new terminal to feature rooftop vineyard
Florence’s Amerigo Vespucci airport unveils ambitious expansion plans
World of Concrete attendance up 23%
Annual masonry show saw surge in attendees as it celebrated 50 years
Skanska to prep hyperscale data centre construction in Norway
What countries are building the most tech centres across the globe?
How urbanisation is set to drive demand for compact machines higher
Equipment manufacturers are banking on European urbanisation to drive sales of compact earthmoving machines. Mike Hayes reports
EPA tightens rules on Fine Particulate Matter
First time since 2012 that the federal government has cracked down on fine particulate matter
Trimble releases three new tech products
The US-based company has launched new products to streamline processes on site
Record 2023 results for global materials giant
Cemex announces earnings boost along with continuing decarbonisation commitments
Metso launches app for remote process control of Lokotrack crushers and screens
The operator can view all the Lokotrack machines and their main process parameters using a single dashboard
Develon opens new parts centre in ‘growing’ Brazilian market
Major OEM opens new Parts Distribution Centre in a country with “growing opportunities”
Vinci forecasts more limited growth this year after strong 2024
French construction group Vinci has reported a 12% increase in revenue to €68.8 billion (US$74.2 billion) in 2023 but has warned that growth in 2024 is likely to be at a slower pace.
Aecom’s Q1 growth exceeds expectations
Infrastructure consulting firm Aecom’s financial results for the first quarter of 2024 have exceeded its expectations.
US construction company fined after heat illness kills worker
An Alabama, US, contractor was cited for the heat illness death that claimed a 33-year-old worker.
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