All Housing Articles

“Frenzy” in US residential construction
Construction - especially residential - strong in the US, but supply chain issues and lack of workers hindering growth 
C.J. Shaughnessy tackles tricky job with Magni
C.J. Shaughnessy Mobile Crane Service rented a Magni RTH 5.25 from Empire Crane for a recent Cambridge job
HKL helps in tight conditions
Residential development in Berlin places special demands oh HKL equipment
Ruthmann tracks for rebuild
HKL supplied a 22m working height Ruthmann Bluelift SA22 tracked platform for facade work in Hamburg 
Hybrid choice for Paris project
Acces Industrie used a hybrid Genie boom at an apartment project in the historic 5th district of Paris
HS2’s boost for GB
Investment expected in projects as part of Phase 1 of high-speed rail line from London to north
Demolition contractor in repeat Hyundai order
Chris Wright & Sons has boosted its fleet with the addition of two 20 t Hyundai excavators since September 2014
PCA projects U.S. housing recovery in 2013
The Portland Cement Authority (PCA) chief economist and new president Ed Sullivan projected a positive economic outlook for the second half of 2013, noting total housing starts will reach 954,000 units this year with the possibility of starts surpassing 1.1 million units by 2014.
US housing market improvements continue
KB Home sees full-year revenues rise +19% year-on-year, fuelled by increased demand
Toll brothers sees housing recovery
US luxury homebuilder reports jump in net income and revenues in nine-month results
Page 1 of 1
  • 1