All Projects Articles

China to increase infrastructure construction spending
According to Chinese state TV the country will increase infrastructure construction spending to provide a boost to its economy 
Swiss project uses only emission-free construction equipment
Wacker Neuson equipment selected for mountain bike trail
Top ten most expensive cities for construction
What is the most expensive city in the world to build in? 
Post-disaster toolkit for construction
New construction framework for countries that have experienced natural disasters and conflict
Aggreko to exit Russia
Decision follows Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
Wacker Neuson’s electric equipment tested
Case study: Wacker Neuson’s zero emission range used for city centre renovation project
Hyundai Construction invests to take advantage of construction ‘boom’
Hyundai Construction Equipment to invest in factory to expand production capacity 
New wind turbine for construction projects
Wind power can now be easily embedded into a wide range of projects
Is construction taking slave labour seriously?
The International Labour Organisation estimates that 4.5 million people are currently working in construction against their will
Watch: Construction Technology webinar on Construction 4.0
Industry experts offer insights into what digital tech can offer today’s construction businesses
‘Huge disappointment’ in HS2 project changes
Elimination of Leeds to Birmingham section of HS2 project will “significantly dent confidence in the sector”
Morillo illuminates Extreme Sports Barcelona
Rental company provides Atlas Copco’s HiLight B5+ lighting towers to light scooter, skate and BMX competitors
Aggreko survey highlights role of hybrid power
“More needs to be done to drive forward necessary change” survey finds
Biden’s US$1 trillion infrastructure package approved
Approval of President Biden’s infrastructure bill and its funding has been called an “extraordinary achievement”
XCMG robots complete highway project
‘Largest unmanned road construction fleet ever seen’ resurfaces one of China’s busiest roads
Future uncertain for Europe’s largest rail project
Elements of UK’s €125bn HS2 rail link could be shelved in government rethink
Karl Thies joins CE’s green construction debate
FIEC sustainability and policy expert completes panel for 7 October webinar
FIEC warns material shortages could halt growth
Trade association stresses that despite recent efforts to address construction growth, material shortages could continue to hinder the sector 
10 ways to join the hydrogen power revolution
Interest in the use of hydrogen has soared over the past few years as the construction industry races to reduce its carbon footprint. We roundup some recent initiatives
“Frenzy” in US residential construction
Construction - especially residential - strong in the US, but supply chain issues and lack of workers hindering growth 
Load More