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TBM Serena makes Brenner tunnel breakthrough
Webuild’s tunnel boring machine completes 14km dig in 3.5 years
Austria’s first 3D-printed building
Austria’s first 3D-printed building is being constructed in Hausleiten, Lower Austria
New Liebherr 400 tonne crawler crane
The LR 1400 SX is a 400 tonne capacity crawler crane now available from Liebherr-Werk Nenzing
Strabag fined €45 million in cartel ruling
Two companies within the Austrian construction group found guilty by competition authority
Euroconstruct debates the future of construction
Virtual conference in Austria optimistic about sector’s general economic outlook
Palfinger posts strong post-pandemic growth
Revenue and profit come back strongly for Austrian crane and access platform maker despite several challenges
Martin Lehner joins Xelectrix Power
Former Wacker Neuson CEO becomes an investor and strategic advisor for Austrian energy storage specialist 
Robert Hauser appointed CEO of Doka
Former Bilfinger and Peri executive, Robert Hauser, succeeds retiring CEO Harald Ziebula
Doka opens new €40m powder coating plant
Formwork specialist’s new facility in Austria will use 80% less water and ‘environmentally friendly’ chemicals
Webuild wins €1bn contract on Brenner Base Tunnel
Italian contractor to work on rail extension from world’s longest rail tunnel
Magni for Brenner Base Tunnel
William Mosconi uses telehandler to help construct underwater section of railway tunnel
Palfinger reports profitable 2020
Profitability was maintained on lower sales at Austrian crane and access equipment manufacturer
Digital positioning speeds up hospital build
Engineering specialist Züblin completes piling works at Austrian hospital four weeks early with Leibherr’s LIPOS position system
Cathedral restored using Geda transport platforms
Geda 500 Z/ZP and GEDA 1500 Z/ZP models assist repairs to the spire of Austria’s largest cathedral
Electric crawler cranes new from Liebherr
Liebherr has introduced a pair of electric crawler cranes, tested and ready for production. Alex Dahm reports
Overhead lines power Liebherr haulers
Saving fuel, tram-like trolley lines set to power Liebherr’s haulers at an iron ore mine in Austria
Strabag gradually restarts work in Austria
Austria’s largest construction group Strabag is gradually resuming work on more than 1000 construction sites in the country 
SBM carries on
Mineral processing manufacturer will try to avoid using Austria’s short-time work programme
Strabag ceases Austrian operations
Country’s largest contractor takes ‘drastic step’ to halt progress of coronavirus
Serbia announces €3.5bn rail modernisation
Lines from the landlocked country to Montenegro and Hungary set to be upgraded
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