Construction Europe - January-February 2022

By Anita Bhakta21 February 2022

Included in this issue:

SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION
The climate emergency means Europe’s construction businesses must develop new processes to meet sustainability targets. Catrin Jones reports.

ROADBUILDING
The goal of improving Europe’s transport network has resulted in huge spend and increasing demands on construction companies, writes Mike Hayes.

CRUSHING & SCREENING
As the construction sector transitions to a circular economy, Leila Steed looks at the latest crushing and screening equipment re-energizing the market.

CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY: SURVEYING TECHNOLOGY
Staying current with new technology is the only way to keep up with the need to increase productivity in the surveying sector, reports Katherine Weir.

WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION
Construction was one of the only industries where the number of jobs held by women increased during the pandemic. Lucy Barnard asks why.

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