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Opinion: Who’s afraid of data?

Gareth Parkes of Sir Robert McAlpine calls on the industry to develop a more collaborative approach to the construction process

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Surveying & BIM: Working as one

Building information modelling (BIM) is seeing increased uptake, and companies are fine-tuning their software

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Compact loaders: miniature muscle

As the compact loader delivers greater capability, demand for this machine continues to grow

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Foundations: Strength in depth

In the demanding area of deep foundations, options for equipment and technology are many and varied

Melker Jernberg celebrates the unveiling of Volvo CE’s electric compact excavator and wheeled loader at its Bauma launch

Electric and hybrid: Sparking a new era

Engines: redlines or flatlines? What does the future hold for the beating heart of machine power?

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Pumps: Dewatering tech for the 21st century

Dewatering pumps for construction are both more sophisticated and more robust than their predecessors

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Crushing and Screening: Turning costs to profit

Electric drive units, transportability and simple OS are all part of a new generation of crushing and screening equipment.

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Engines: Cutting emissions, not power

Alternative power is being discussed ever frequently, but diesel has been a driving force in engines for over a century

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Drones: How UAVs are changing the construction industry

Unmanned aerial vehicles are widely used in construction, but could this technology become disruptive?

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Next generation construction from Mace

UK contractor integrates digital tech with new offsite assembly method for next-gen construction

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European Hyperloop Centre for the Netherlands

Two Dutch provinces are bidding against each other to host the European hyperloop test centre

Gareth Parkes, company knowledge manager with Sir Robert McAlpine

Opinion: Who’s afraid of data?

Gareth Parkes of Sir Robert McAlpine calls on the industry to develop a more collaborative approach to the construction process

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Green light for €370 million CCGT plant in Italy

Edison and Ansaldo aim to drive Italy’s energy transition with thermoelectric power plant

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Bauer to develop automated drill

Drilling company joins TU University to creates machinery for 5G construction site

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Europe to get 100 ‘energy-positive’ towers

Investment group Catella and engineering company Elithis launch €2 billion investment programme

German firm Herrenknecht says that its full-face hole opener can ream holes to the required diameter in a single pass

Utilities: A deep dive into tech

The need for utilities in Europe is growing exponentially, giving rise to new equipment and techniques

Tunnelling work is underway on elements of the TELT project

Aecom wins contract on world’s longest rail tunnel

US-based engineering firm Aecom will provide technical assistance on Lyon-Turin Alpine rail project

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Construction is third most dangerous UK industry

Some industries are failing to keep up - and the results are deadly, says PPE company Vizwear 

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Concrete equipment: Material gains

Historically, concrete has been a firm friend to construction industry professionals. Mike Hayes examines why that is

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VR and AR: Visualising the future of construction

Virtual and augmented reality, once considered a technology of the distant future, is now very much present