Exciting things are happening in the air above the Autobahn in Germany, where construction giant, Strabag utilized a Microdrones mdMapper1000DG for corridor mapping, Beyond Visual Line of Site (BVLOS).
Joint venture selected for last major contract of Metro Tunnel Project in Melbourne, Australia
Leading equipment manufacturer donates US$250,000 worth of machines after Indonesian earthquake
Stefan Heissler has stepped down from board of directors of central holding company for Liebherr
Editor Andy Brown and deputy editor Thomas Allen with the latest from the October 2018 issue
Chairman for German construction and engineering group chosen, plus new chairman of Bauer Maschinen
Italian contractor’s strategy plan undermined by delay in sale of bridge in Turkey
The Minnich A-3SCW self-propelled wireless concrete dowel pin drill increases drilling efficiency, accuracy and safety on patchwork, highway and airport jobs.
Approaches to road construction techniques and technology vary greatly between countries and clients
A popular piece of equipment, the wheeled loader has been adapted to face the toughest of conditions
New advances to drilling and boring equipment means that more can be done than ever before, reports Andy Brown as he drills into the details
The use of telematics has been in the industry for years, but the data which is produced is becoming more useful than ever before
Within construction, 3D printing has long been a hot topic – but is yet to make a significant impact on built objects or construction equipment. Is that about to change?
Advances in mixing technology are paving the way for significant productivity gains
How providers of falsework and formwork solutions are collaborating through digital technology
International Construction's annual ranking of the world's 50 largest construction equipment manufacturers.
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Contract for US$46 million water treatment project in Sri Lanka awarded
The handling capacity of greater Bangkok could rise to 190 million people a year if plans go ahead