International Construction September podcast (audio)

17 September 2018

Editor Andy Brown and deputy editor Thomas Allen summarise the major news stories from the latest issue of International Construction.

This month we look at the structural deficiency of 9% of bridges in the US, the referendum to be held about Mexico City’s new airport, and the growth of global equipment sales.

In other news, Nepal’s first tunnel boring machine travels at record speeds, a Chinese contractor wins a US$2 billion road contract, and a dam in Laos fails.

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