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Machine learning: It’s all about the data

Machine learning unlocks the opportunity for those in construction to make more accurate decisions quicker than ever before and to free up workers by using automation



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EFCA: Tackling one crisis in the midst of another

The European Green Deal must not be forgotten as we battle Covid-19


Excavators: Easy going machines

Today’s excavators require less operator skill to achieve maximum performance

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Industry interview: XCMG still looking up

Mr Liu, vice president of XCMG and general manager of XCMG overseas, talks about the company’s ambitious future plans


Transport infrastructure: Connecting the world

Many of the world’s most expensive and ambitious construction projects are in the transport sector, where Covid-19 is making an impact


Industry interview: Diesel is only part of the future

Deutz chairman Dr. Frank Hiller talks about parallel paths of engine and electrification technology

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Hydraulic breakers

Breakers are increasingly important as companies strive to make projects more cost-effective

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Regional Report: North Africa fights battles on many fronts

Covid-19, dropping oil prices, plus poverty and political unrest threaten the region


Drilling rigs: Dependable workhorses

Strength of offerings in drilling sector show its importance to construction and quarrying

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China and access equipment: sustainable growth?

Global access manufacturers share their thoughts on the fast-growing Chinese market and speculate what the access market might look like post-pandemic

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Portable power, light and on-site equipment: Extra power, extra uses

With generators and lighting towers providing more power than ever before, smart construction operators are making use of this excess energy


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US hotel construction remains robust

Lodging Econometrics finds worldwide pandemic has had minimal impact so far

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Balfour Beatty predicts rapid recovery

UK-based contractor releases half-year results and forecasts return to pre-Covid figures by 2021


Online registration opens for Diesel Progress Summit

Online event on 20 October will include keynote address from CEO of Dana plus ceremony for Diesel Progress Awards

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UK figures point to construction recovery

Study of top 50 contractors shows July activity at pre-coronavirus levels


Improve procurement says Australian construction body

More needs to be done to improve future of infrastructure sector, says Australian Construction Association 

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Powerchina/Sinohydro wins Georgia highway tender

Reconstruction of the Khulo-Zarzma road section includes 42km of roads and seven bridges


Deutz first half sales down 35%

Deutz reported “a significant overall decline in business performance” in the first half of 2020 as a result of the pandemic


ASV adds to dealer network

US-based compact track loader and skid-steer manufacturer adds four new dealers

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Construction and Covid-19: rolling news update

KHL journalists are reporting on how the Covid-19 outbreak is impacting construction worldwide

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McGee posts ‘strong’ 2019 results

British contractor’s revenue up in year to November 30, but expects drop this year due to Covid-19

The TPA on its first long haul job

TPA long distance debut

Mammoet saves time and money utilising its TPA for long distance haul


First battery-powered roller screed

The Batt Screed 6000 is world’s first for battery screeding, says Curb Roller Manufacturing

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BAM’s modular response to Covid-19

Contractor opts to use offsite construction techniques on Irish residential development

Heavy traffic in the city of Kiev

Kiev ring road picks up speed

Contract signed for Dnieper bridge construction at the heart of Ukraine’s stalled road project


Former Skyjack president to lead Morbark

Brad Boehler will succeed Dave Herr at the helm of US-based forestry and tree care manufacturer




Industry interview: Vermeer

Vermeer’s Doug Hundt talks about serving the needs of customers in the age of Covid-19


Interview: Elisabeth Ausimour, Manitou

The new president of Manitou Group’s Material Handling & Access talks about a new era of electric equipment