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KPMG survey reveals sector’s increased takeup of robotic process automation, virtual reality, project management information systems (PIMS), drones, smart sensors and AI
Project aims to boost passenger capacity and aircraft maintenance capabilities
OEM announces new fully electric wheeled loader, while hydrogen engine development continues
New features from a Trimble company lets contractors communicate automatically and in real time
The German government has given the go-ahead to a planning application for a new €260 million computing centre in Bavaria, with construction to start soon.
The French city of Paris has reimposed a ban on tall buildings in a bid to preserve its low-rise skyline.
EU backs plans to upgrade 400km of Moldova’s north-south railway corridor
José Cuadrado appointed Managing Director of Yanmar Compact Equipment’s Europe, Middle East and Africa
Rich Humphrey from Bentley Systems tells Andy Brown how construction can take its next step on the tech journey
Crews by Core is said to return approximately 6 hours a week to every field supervisor with real-time schedule analysis
Fixed price construction contracts appear to be going out of fashion - if that is the case then what can clients, investors and contractors do to foster more attractive alternatives?
Italian contractor Webuild will head the consortium that has won a €1.3 billion (US$1.4 billion) contract to build a high-capacity rail line in Sicily.
The company says that the new functionality gives actionable insights into the production rate of all installed elements in a few hours
Responses predict an improvement in business levels within the next year
From construction and mining to earthmoving and material handling, Catrin Jones looks at how heavy wheeled loaders bring efficiency, productivity and safety to major projects
Swedish contractor will build 2.3km section of E18 motorway near Oslo
Gantry-mounted tower crane solution for restoration of 12th Century historic church
Electrification is happening across construction and the drilling and foundations sector is no exception, but the journey has only just begun, reports Catrin Jones