Construction europe - October 2021

By Anita Bhakta20 October 2021

Included in this issue:

Crawler excavators are peerless when it comes to heavy earthmoving applications, but the operator experience is also a driving force behind the latest models, as Mike Hayes discovers.

Advances in computing are pushing ‘digital twins’ into the construction mainstream. But experts say we are only beginning to see the implications for the technology. Lucy Barnard reports.

In construction, nothing goes up before first going down. Mike Hayes takes a looks at some of the largest and most intriguing foundations challenges in Europe today.

As the recent World Demolition Awards demonstrated, improving standards mean Europe’s contractors are proud to put recent projects under the spotlight of global scrutiny. Steve Ducker reports.

Leila Steed looks at how technology is transforming the equipment used to power, illuminate and secure construction sites, while helping contractors reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

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