International Construction - June 2018

International Construction - June 2018

June 2018

Included in this issue:

  • WORLD NEWS
    World’s costliest place to build; Carillion post-mortem; Australian infrastructure fund; Dubai infinity bridge; Canadian government blocks sale to Chinese company.
  • ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
    Scott Hazelton from IHS Global reports that, while reforms have been slower than expected, India’s economic outlook has improved over the last year.
  • REGIONAL REPORT
    Growth has returned to Latin America but, as Andy Brown discovers, investment in infrastructure is required on a large scale.
  • ROAD CONSTRUCTION
    Increasing demands by customers – and from lawmakers – are leading to new technology being utilised in road construction, reports Thomas Allen.
  • PORTABLE POWER
    Thomas Allen turns the spotlight on lighting towers and generator sets in this roundup of a key sector.
  • JAPAN REPORT
    Japan has endured some tough times but, thanks to Abenomics and the 2020 Olympics, the construction industry is in decent shape, reports Mike Hayes.
  • QUARRYING AND MINING
    Working in quarrying and mining sites places unique pressures on construction equipment. Manufacturers are responding by producing bigger and more durable machines than ever before, discovers Andy Brown.
  • PUMPS
    An essential part of many job sites, Andy Brown reports on the latest innovations in the pump sector.
  • INTERVIEW
    Following the launch of a new range of hydrostatic bulldozers, Andy Brown spoke to Will Zhu, general manager at Shantui, about future plans.
  • OFF HIGHWAY RESEARCH
    An overview of the global equipment market for mining and quarrying

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