International Construction - January-February 2019

International Construction  January-February 2019

January-February 2019

Included in this issue:

  • WORLD NEWS 
    US contractors look to new technology; world’s tallest modular buildings; World Cup centerpiece stadium.
  • ECONOMIC OUTLOOK 
    Despite political instability and disappointing recent growth, there is still reason to be optimistic about Europe, writes Scott Hazelton from IHS Global.
  • REGIONAL REPORT 
    Southern Africa has the largest number of construction projects occurring in Africa. Andy Brown examines market conditions and looks at the major projects in this region.
  • BAUMA PREVIEW 
    With Bauma Munich fast approaching, we spoke to Mareile Kästner, exhibition director at Messe München, to find out what will be new at this major event.
  • MINI EXCAVATORS 
    Mike Hayes reports on this increasingly popular piece of construction equipment.
  • CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY 
    In our first technology supplement of the year we cover: virtual and augmented reality, telematics and what construction equipment might look like in the year 2029.
  • RENTAL MARKET OVERVIEW 
    Murray Pollok from International Rental News, provides a comprehensive overview of the rental market.
  • SHOW GUIDE: WORLD OF ASPHALT 
    A look ahead to the 2019 show that is being held in Indiana, Indianapolis, US.
  • INTERVIEW 
    Andy Brown spoke to Caterpillar’s Damien Giraud about the com pany’s first new excavator launch since 1993.

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