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Pittsburgh bridge collapse: Investigators to compare test results to original designs
Investigators from the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) have nearly completed tests of materials on the collapsed Fern Hollow Bridge in Pittsburgh.
Five predictions for the construction industry in 2023
Sustainability and digital transformation will be key focuses this year Autodesk Spacemaker predicts
Plans for 400km North Sea hydrogen pipeline
Major project aims to help speed up the development of hydrogen economies
How to navigate heavy haul permitting
Take a closer look at how permitting fits into the successful implementation of a heavy haul project.
Plans to resur­rect Italy bridge project
The bridge is seen as key to bol­ster­ing Italy’s influ­ence in the Medi­ter­ranean region
Sustainable road building: latest electric launches
ICON looks at the latest launches in green road building machines
US$2.1 billion to improve bridges in the US
The Biden-Harris administration has announced that the money will be used to improve four nationally significant bridges
Rental association CPA appoints new chief
UK’s Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA) announces successor to Kevin Minton
Cummins launches new engine range for China
Upgraded engines from Cummins meet China’s new emissions standards 
Balfour Beatty signs alliance on modular nuclear power
Contractor will work on small nuclear reactors in the UK
How are OEMs meeting demand for complex engines?
Manufacturers respond to industry demand
IPAF backs campaign to save work at height laws
AIF campaign aims to save UK Work at Height safety regulations, which are set to be repealed
ERA updates green mission statement
Document outlines rental benefits from shared usage to recyclability
Byrne set for growth in Oman
Firm set to respond to Oman government’s Vision 2040 program
EFCA: Construction consultants push sustainability and digital agenda
The Federation of European Engineering Consultancies, at 30, renews its commitment to represent the interests of consulting engineers
Saudi Arabia’s project pipeline estimated at US$1.1 trillion
The country is said to have witnessed the highest value of project awards in 2022
Hourly wage for construction soars
20,000 hired last month alone but construction vacancies still outpacing hires, warns AGC 
AIF seeks to save UK’s Work at Height Regulations
Law could be scrapped under UK government bill 
Comment: the importance of construction site safety
The topic of safety should always remain a key topic for construction sites, writes Richard Vann of RVA Group
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