International Construction - April 2019

08 April 2019

Included in the issue: 

  • WORLD NEWS 
    US construction employment grows; funding for sea tunnel; hotel construction at record-high; world’s largest construction 3D printer.
  • ECONOMIC OUTLOOK 
    With an election looming the Indian construction market will slowdown in 2019 but, writes Scott Hazelton from IHS Global, the country’s many infrastructure projects ensure that the long-term outlook is good.
  • REGIONAL REPORT  
    Despite increasing political uncertainty Europe is continuing to see strong growth in construction equipment and a good number of large-scale infrastructure projects, writes Joe Sargent.
  • YELLOW TABLE 
    With 2018 being a positive year for original equipment manufacturers, our report shows which companies experienced the strongest growth.
  • BAUMA LAST MINUTE NEWS  
    Last minute Bauma Munich news from access equipment and technology companies.
  • CONCRETE EQUIPMENT  
    Andy Brown reports on the latest developments regarding concrete equipment and concrete itself.
  • BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION  
    The latest bridge projects – and the equipment used to deliver them – are examined by Joe Sargent.
  • SURVEYING  
    New technology is impacting all areas of the construction industry, with surveying being an area experiencing more change than most, reports Joe Malone.
  • INTERVIEW
    Martin Lehner and Alexander Greschner from Wacker Neuson spoke to Andy Brown about why digitisation will change the construction industry.
  • OFF-HIGHWAY RESEARCH 
    Construction equipment sales in Europe.
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