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Why women are leaving engineering and construction at twice the rate of men
Valued At Work author Lauren Neal on why so many women are leaving the industry
17 of Saudi Arabia’s biggest construction megaprojects
Saudi Arabia is undergoing transformation at breakneck speed, as the Kingdom aims to reduce its dependence on oil under its Vision 2030 project. International Construction takes a look at 17 of Saudi Arabia’s biggest megaprojects
8 of the biggest construction contract notices across Europe in July
New invitations to tender for billions of Euros worth of construction contracts across Europe were published in July.
Eight positive signs for construction
As 2022 closes, we highlight reasons to be cheerful about construction
Mabey helps port expansion
Mabey Hire to supply 300 tonnes of modular equipment for major port project
Mabey monitors Antarctic project
Modernisation of British Antarctic research station supported by Mabey monitoring solutions
Fehmarnbelt contracts signed
Longest immersed road and rail tunnel, which will link Denmark and Germany, takes step forward as Femern signs four contracts, but German approval is still needed
Rental genset range targets offshore
Dutch companies Bredenoord and DBR will offer the generators capable of operating in harsh environments from the start of next year
Coates Offshore secures 'multi-million' refinancing
Coates Offshore continues to see growth in its business. The new finance will allow it to invest in its fleet and develop its international activities.
Venpa sends big machines to Qatar shipyard
Gruppo Venpa3 in Italy rents nine large aerial platfiorms to a project in Qatar through Netherlands company Archirodon.
Malthus wins accommodation rental contracts worth £58 million
Norway-based Malthus has won a £28 million contract to build a temporary camp for 850 oil and gas workers on the UK’s Shetland Islands.
Atlas Copco rentals wins first contract for special nitrogen units
Atlas Copco Specialty Rental has won the first rental contract for its recently acquired Nitrogen Bundle Boxes (NBB) with three units and other equipment being used for pipeline testing on Egypt’s Sequoia gas field.