International Construction - September 2018

International Construction - September 2018

September 2018

Included in this issue:

  • WORLD NEWS
    Italy bridge disaster; Nepalese tunnelling record; Laos dam failure; global construction equipment sales
  • ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
    Scott Hazelton from IHS Global looks at the North America market and finds that a strong US economy is helping the region
  • REGIONAL REPORT
    With some large-scale events to take place in the region, Andy Brown finds that construction in the Middle East is in a healthy condition
  • MEDIUM EXCAVATORS
    With the global excavator market in rude health, Thomas Allen looks at the medium excavator segment
  • CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION
    Shifts towards urbanisation, digitalisation and environmental awareness are determining trends in the global demand for concrete, reports Thomas Allen
  • DRILLING AND BORING
    Andy Brown provides an overview of the latest drilling and boring equipment, and looks at some of the projects worldwide that they are being used on
  • CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
    In iC’s second construction technology supplement: Telematics, 3D printing and training technology
  • COMPONENTS
    With bespoke components being produced by both OEMs and specialist companies, Neil Ford discovers that small really can be beautiful
  • INTERVIEW
    Zeng Guang’an from Liugong talks to Andy Brown about the firm’s plans for the future and why investing in R&D is key for growth
  • OFF-HIGHWAY RESEARCH
    An overview of global sales for excavators.

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