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Chinese OEM launches electric skid steers
Yuchai Heavy Industry has unveiled a number of electric skid steer loaders
Construction and built environment ride ‘Ziggurat’ to return
The construction and built environment sector will gather for the seventh annual ‘Ziggurat’ bike ride in 2024
UK’s Belfry Hotel & Resort begins its multi-million expansion
The project is expected to be completed by Autumn 2025
Atlas Copco acquires Belgian specialty renter
Deal will expand Copco’s specialty rental division
Lezama fells 200-metre chimney in simultaneous blasting
Lezama uses doubling mining method to take down Litoral Thermal Power Plant structure
What are the world’s most expensive cities to build in?
Arcadis 2024 International Construction Costs report reveals the costliest cities to build in for the construction sector
World Demolition Summit: Hotel discount now available!
Registration for tickets to the 2024 conference and awards now open
NCC commissioned to build submarine dock for Norwegian military
The company announced it was contracted by this Norway naval base
Liebherr USA promotes mining lead to division director
The company has promoted a director to a new role
First MEC dual boom shipped
DualReach 85-J switches between an articulated and telescopic boom lift
UK renters recognised at national safety awards
Nixon Hire and Ardent among winners of RoSPA awards
Peab announces SEK 1.5 billion contract on Gothenburg’s West Link
Swedish firm gets more work on railway scheme
Komatek 2024 to be held in new city
Construction machinery show in Turkey to take place in June 2024
How to save money and get ahead with ‘smart’ project management
Stay ahead with ‘smart project management’
Demystifying BIM and predicting what’s next for digital twins in construction
Catch up on the ConTech BIM roundtable held in March
What makes construction projects in the UK so unusually expensive?
London is currently the most expensive city in the world in which to build, pipping Geneva in Switzerland to take the top spot in the 2024 Arcadis International Construction Costs (ICC) report.
Pfizer reduces scope of US biomanufacturing facility, contractor says
US pharmaceutical company plans for less-costly build
RB Global exec to cover North American used equipment market
Presentation at Off-Highway Conference/Power Progress Summit will cover used equipment
Thiess wins US$1.2 billion six-year extension on Australian coal mine equipment
Thiess to continue support work at Australian mining site for another six years
New digital tools to increase rental efficiencies
Software suppliers are helping rental companies gain deeper insight into asset tracking, emissions reporting and logistics 
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