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‘Noise reduction’ an additional benefit revealed during Skanska-Volvo testing
A Volvo CE machine on a Skanska project in Los Angeles, US, showed reduced noise levels
US airport construction receives funding boom from federal government
See which US airports are set for building and demo activities this year
Will America’s biggest-ever civil engineering project ever get started?
Funding remains elusive and questions on effectiveness linger for the Coastal Texas Project
Granite Construction awarded final leg of work in US National Park
US-based contractor will finish up at Alaska-based National Park
US$14 million school construction contract awarded
A turnkey project will see a Swedish firm receive SEK 150 million for the project
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
Skanska to prep hyperscale data centre construction in Norway
What countries are building the most tech centres across the globe?
Skanska wins US$113m New York airport contract
Sweden-based firm will update infrastructure as part of multi-million-dollar deal
Bangladesh pursuing US$9bn in loans for bridge projects
The government is looking to borrow approximately US$9 billion for five bridge projects.
Five of the biggest canal construction projects in the world
Climate change – and the problems associated with it – is leading to a new age of canal building around the world.
Komatsu introduces new grader to North America
The GD955-7 motor grader has arrived in North America. 
Interview: how Avesco Rent created a new water treatment rental business
IRN’s Murray Pollok talks to Vincent Albasini, CEO of Avesco Rent Group
Rokbak haulers join fleet at award-winning quarry
A pair of RA30s have joined the 2020 BAA Quarry of the Year
How a $3.7bn construction project aims to protect communities near New Orleans from hurricanes
How the US Army Corps of Engineers plans to protect parishes near New Orleans from hurricane and storm damage with a $3.7 billion programme of construction works.
Vinci-led consortium wins €800m deal to recover excavated material from Mont-Cenis base tunnel
A consortium of contractors led by Vinci has won a deal to recover excavated materials on the French side of the Mont-Cenis base tunnel.
Contractor wins latest deal on $3.7bn Louisiana hurricane and storm damage reduction scheme
Louisiana-based contractor Dynamic Group has won a US$49.8 million deal to build the fifth levee reach on the West Short Lake Pontchartrain (WSLP) Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction project.
Philippines government suspends Chinese contractor’s Manila Bay land reclamation work
The government of the Philippines has placed 22 land reclamation projects in Manila Bay under review, leading to their temporary suspension.
Hurricane and storm damage reduction scheme outside New Orleans to cost $1.27 billion more
A series of levees, floodwalls and pump stations outside New Orleans, designed to reduce storm and hurricane damage, is to cost $1.27 billion more to complete than originally planned.
‘Largest ever’ diameter HDPE pipe installation in the US
Two Rokbak RA30s are proving vital to the largest ever pipe installation of its kind in Utah, US
Phoenecian completes work on ‘super basement’
Specialist company uses demolition techniques, including blasting, to excavate five-level structure
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