October edition of International Construction now on-line

By Chris Sleight04 October 2013

The October 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: South Korean prosecutors accuse 11 contractors of price-fixing on US$ 20.5 billion Four Rivers project.

BUSINESS: Private equity firm to take over and merge two of the world's biggest scaffolding makers.

KHL.com: Visit the Video Zone for a new presentation on the state of the European construction market.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: The need to move away from dependency on oil is fuelling growth in the Middle East, but the medium-term outlook still depends on petroleum resources.

REGIONAL REPORT: A buoyant regional economy and a penchant for major infrastructure projects make the Middle East and attractive construction market, particularly Qatar.

ICEF PREVIEW: Major international conference for contractors and other stakeholders will be an opportunity to network and discuss key issues in the industry

FEATURE: Falsework & formwork

FEATURE: Surveying

FEATURE: Engines


EQUIPMENT: News and from Bomag, Cifa, Hiab, Liugong and Volvo.

Click here to read the October edition.

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