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US firm selected for work at ‘world’s first’ renewable hydrogen-based steel mill
An American company is helping build a ‘green steel’ mill in Sweden
New compactor can “reduce project emissions by up to 50%”
New machine meets EU and US emission-reduction standards
Tadano to shut one of its crane factories
Crane manufacturer to close one of its crane manufacturing facilities in Zweibrücken, Germany
Human-sized bricklaying robot start-up raises $25 million
A start-up company that is developing a bricklaying robot has raised $25 million to scale the number of robots it can deploy across Europe.
US$14 million school construction contract awarded
A turnkey project will see a Swedish firm receive SEK 150 million for the project
Trade corridor deal between India and UAE paves way for new rail projects
India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have signed an agreement to develop a trade corridor connection Europe with India through the Middle East.
New global CEO at Fagioli
Fernando Bertoni takes global CEO position at heavy lift and transport specialist
Skanska reports record order backlog of US$22 billion
Construction backlog at “historically high level” as Skanska delivers year-end results.
Why construction in the Netherlands has gone to pot
The building made from cannabis nominated for the Dutch Architects Best Building Award 2023
Enerpac tests new heavy lifter for Lastro
Delivery comes closer with testing of new JS-250 jack up type heavy lift system
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
Wagenborg adds 60 tonne hybrid all terrain crane
Customer requests for sustainable equipment triggered addition of hybrid crane from XCMG
Skanska to prep hyperscale data centre construction in Norway
What countries are building the most tech centres across the globe?
New UK dealer for Jekko
Foster Cranes is Jekko’s new exclusive dealer in the UK
Skanska wins US$113m New York airport contract
Sweden-based firm will update infrastructure as part of multi-million-dollar deal
Could the drive to decarbonise military forces present an opportunity for construction companies?
As some of the world’s biggest militaries start to look at ways to cut their carbon emissions, could there be opportunities for construction companies?
Hospital job for more than a dozen Wolff tower cranes
No superstition in sight on 13 crane project in Germany for Wolffkran, Ed. Züblin AG and ARGE US-Klinikum Weilerbach
Six firms to improve Swiss motorways
Six Swiss companies will work on two major road projects
Jeff Eisenberg on the Stage V genset rental challenge
Good for environment, but complicated to rent?
Crunch time for EU heavy transport reform
Decision imminent on harmonisation and reform of rules for abnormal road transport
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