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Tech boost for wind turbine installation

Turbine maker Vestas teams with tech firm Verton on remote-control orientation solution

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Trimble’s drone-based tech for construction

Technology firm’s Stratus solution promises to simplify one-site progress tracking

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Technology key to productivity gains

Increased technology – rather than the equipment itself – will drive the biggest productivity gains in construction, according to industry experts

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Finalists for Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure

Finalists announced for categories such as 4D Digital Construction, digital cities, project delivery and power generation

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Webinar: Automation in Construction - meet the panel

On 17 Sept, experts will discuss tech that’s driving automation in the industry in a free webinar

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Mitsubishi looks to advance CO2 capture in concrete

Japanese firm progresses research into reducing carbon emissions in construction

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Attachments: Specific and versatile tools

Technology is advancing design and use, promising greater productivity from increased intelligence and standardisation

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Interview: Manitowoc forges a new path

Aaron Ravenscroft, president and CEO of Manitowoc Cranes, is prepared for market obstacles and looking forward to better times

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Interview: Jacobs exec VP never stands still

Ken Gilmartin talks about how and why the company is pivoting to become a solutions provider

Interview: An optimistic outlook for Metso Outotec

President and CEO Pekka Vauramo talks about the challenges of integrating the two companies

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Middle East: A perfect storm of headwinds

Covid-19, a weak oil market, and contracting non-oil sectors threaten construction’s growth

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How sustainability is shaping bridge construction

Structural engineering company Cleveland Bridge says future bridges must last longer and cost less

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Foundations: The ups and downs of construction

Foundation drilling has become a more exact science in recent years. Construction Europe looks at the latest innovations currently making an impact on European construction sites

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FIEC: EU taxonomy and sustainable activity

Contractors’ association examines EU’s plans to meet its Paris Agreement commitments

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BIM software shows the future

There is little doubt the post-Covid ‘new normal’ will see the rapid growth of digital technology in construction – with BIM at its very heart

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Wireless controls for mobile heavy machinery

Wireless controllers can operate heavy machinery, including vacuum trucks, tow trucks, concrete mixers and cranes

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Mitsubishi working to ‘inject CO2 into concrete’

Mitsubishi awarded grant for project using CO2 in the production of concrete

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Power generation: The powers that be

Traditional and alternative power sources both have their place in today’s construction equipment

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Peri sells 3D construction printer

German firm Röser will use formwork specialist’s 3D tech to cast concrete elements