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Chinese contractor to use top-down construction to build ‘world’s largest’ residential tower in Dubai
Contractor China Railway 18th Bureau Group has won a deal with developer the Al Habtoor Group to build a new residential tower in Dubai.
Tallest tower in Greece breaks ground
Bouygues and Intrakat set to deliver 200m-high Riviera Tower project in Athens
UK contractor wins first data centre build contract in London
Glencar awarded €140 million contract for Vantage’s six-storey technology hub
What a ‘one-man demolition squad’ achieved in 1946
Historic footage captures the urban demolition of a slums in New York
Thailand’s US$3.5 billion ‘smart building’
One Bangkok project awarded highest certification for ‘digital connectivity’ 
37-storey tower to be built in Abu Dhabi’s international financial centre
Developers have announced plans to build a new 37-storey tower in Abu Dhabi’s international financial centre.
Construction megaprojects to watch in 2023 and beyond
Construction projects are becoming bigger, better, and more expensive each year
What are the limits to building even taller skyscrapers?
International Construction asks what the limits are to building ever taller skyscrapers.
Bouygues to build €340m eye research centre in United Kingdom
State-of-the-art Oriel facility to be built on 8,000m2 NHS site in central London
Raimondi flat-tops at work on Toronto building cluster
Straw Construction Group put one Raimondi MRT234 and one MRT294 onsite for an urban redevelopment project in Greater Toronto Area. 
How are sling forces affected by inclining a beam during a lift?
Keith Anderson looks at what happens to sling forces when inclining a beam
How to increase the sustainability of tall infrastructure
Cities are building taller infrastructure, but how does this fit with the global target of increasing sustainability?
7 of the world’s most expensive construction projects
A selection of some of the world’s most expensive construction projects 
BKL tower cranes tackles Elster Viaduct project
Liebherr cranes used on refurbishment project
The Mukaab: Huge cube city planned in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund has unveiled plans for its latest mega-project – a 400m tall and 400m wide cube city called The Mukaab.
Saudi Arabian linear city The Line awards delivery partner role
Canadian consultancy SNC-Lavalin has secured a delivery partner role on Saudi Arabia’s linear city, The Line
Mast climbers and hoists: SAIA Project of the Year winner
SafwayAtlantic tackles unique common tower project
Liebherr crane finishes work on Frankfurt high-rise
Two 230 HC-L 8/16 and two EC-B cranes from Liebherr have been helping build the 128 metre-high hotel and office tower
Construction hoist use is lowering labor costs, driving adaptation
With labor scarce, contractors and scaffolders are innovating to save time hoisting people and growing loads to record-setting heights. Larry Stewart reports
Can high-rise construction play a role in creating a sustainable future?
Doug Baldock, Director at Ramboll and Head of the High Rise UK, discusses how flexibility and adaptability can offer high-rise buildings a future in a sustainable world
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