All Ukraine Articles

Danfoss announces business to restart in Ukraine
Business activities will focus on restoring critical infrastructure in damaged cities and towns
Ardent’s Jeremy Fish on aid to Ukraine
UK rental company Ardent Hire is coordinating the delivery of humanitarian aid to Ukraine
Ukraine war to hit European construction
Conflict will lead to fall of 3.4% in Eastern Europe’s construction output in 2022, says market analyst GlobalData
Construction associations join to condemn Russia
FIEC, EIC and CICA have released a joint statement on Russia’s ‘war of aggression’ against Ukraine
Damage of US$63 billion to Ukraine’s infrastructure
Data from the Kyiv School of Economics revels the scale of the infrastructure damage in Ukraine due to Russia’s invasion 
Boss Cabins donates welfare units to Ukraine
Site cabins equipped with supplies and donated medical supplies to help refugee crisis
Albanian dam could supplant Russian gas
Bechtel undertaking preparatory work for €500 million Skavica hydroelectric plant
Holcim to exit Russian market
Global building materials company exits Russian market due to war in Ukraine 
Rosatom ‘pulling out’ of Hungarian nuclear project
Russian energy firm was to deliver two reactors, with €10bn loan from Russian government
Testimony from Ukraine’s rental industry
CEO of NovaRent says the company is trying to keep working, despite the war
Zeppelin may have to exit Russia and Ukraine
Company said war having a “massive impact” on its business and could force an exit from Russia and Ukraine
Legal position of businesses with Russian contracts
Pinsent Masons on due diligence firms must undertake, as sanctions continue to squeeze
Ardent vans deliver supplies for Ukraine refugees
Three Ardent vans taking medicine, clothing and food to Warsaw
Strabag cuts Russian connections
Austrian contractor will close Russian operations and terminate Russian shareholder agreements
Mammoet halts new business in Russia
Mammoet owner says no new investments, no new projects and no new exports to Russia
Dinolift stops sales to Russia
Finland-based manufacturer Dinolift will no longer sell products or parts to Russia or Belarus
Risk of Russian cyber attack ‘heightened’
Security expert says construction firms could be a target for Russian hackers
War in Ukraine: the construction impact
Assessing the wider impact on construction of the war in Ukraine
Ukraine set to undertake its first road PPPs
Projects could be first of many, with plans for 422km of road development on the table
Construction of Europe’s largest hydroelectric plant underway
1,000 workers to build Ukraine’s Dniester PSPS facility, with a total capacity of 2268MW
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