June International Construction now online

19 June 2014

The June edition of International Construction is now available to download from www.khl.com. As well as being available as a .pdf file that you can download and keep, the issue comes in an online format that offers more functions.

This month’s magazine includes:

NEWS: Income from built assets totalled US$ 27.1 trillion, or about 40% of GDP in 30 major economies according to a study by Arcadis.

BUSINESS: Italy’s largest contractor, Salini Impregilo may issue new shares to raise cash and increase its free float.

KHL.COM: If you enjoy iC’s podcasts, you may be interested in a new episode from KHL Group’s powered access experts, Lindsey Anderson and Euan Youdale.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: The flow of capital to the US, political uncertainty and a lack of reform are reducing the construction growth rates in Asia. However, the region still looks one of the strongest in the world.

REGIONAL REPORT: The Asia-Pacific region is arguably the most dynamic construction market in the world and home to some of the industry’s most ambitious projects.

PROJECT REPORT: The New National Stadium in Tokyo, is a landmark project with a challenging timescale and a nailed-on deadline.

EXCAVATORS: Dishing the dirt has never been so clean, as energy efficient excavators reduce emissions and provide a more comfortable operator environment.

ROAD BUILDING: Many of the latest developments in road building machines are tied to new engine emissions standards in the developed world. However, new features are being introduced to machines across the globe.

FOUNDATIONS: iC takes a look at new foundation machines and how they can help speed up the construction process.

EQUIPMENT: This year will see Caterpillar launch 14 new machines designed specifically for Africa and the Middle East.

Click here to view the digital issue.

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