Hyperloop - The future of travel?

Capable of 1000km/h speeds, hyperloop could be the transport method of choice in the near future 


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Hyperloop - The future of travel?


Capable of 1000km/h speeds, hyperloop could be the transport method of choice in the near future 


Chernobyl’s New Safe Confinement is complete

2019-07-11T14:24:00+01:00By Mike Hayes

Vinci and Bouygues conclude the 12-year project to make the damaged Ukrainian reactor safe

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LafargeHolcim launches ‘Plants of Tomorrow’

2019-07-10T09:28:00+01:00By Leila Steed

Building solutions company upgrades production processes to create an Industry 4.0 operation

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Surveying & BIM: Working as one

Building information modelling (BIM) is seeing increased uptake, and companies are fine-tuning their software


Compact loaders: miniature muscle

As the compact loader delivers greater capability, demand for this machine continues to grow

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Equipment review: Compact loaders, a question of taste

Often construction applications around the world require compact loaders, but the choice of tool varies from place to place

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Foundations: Strength in depth

In the demanding area of deep foundations, options for equipment and technology are many and varied

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Regional report: China’s construction industry

The construction market may be slowing down in China, but the industry is still in a strong position


Components: the nuts, bolts and the tyres

The race is on for component manufacturers to keep up with technological advancements in construction machinery

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Construction research and development: Tomorrow’s world

How research and development teams across the construction industry work has changed recently, as has the projects that they are tasked with

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Utility equipment: Utilising machines

Utility construction encompasses many tasks, but next generation equipment is certainly up to the challenge