Construction Europe - May 2021

By Anita Bhakta19 May 2021

Included in this issue:

ROAD CONSTRUCTION
Using only the equipment and technology that is available today, road construction in Europe could be significantly more sustainable, efficient and cost-effiective. Mike Hayes goes ‘on the road’ to report on progress.

CRANES
If you are in the business of constructing tall buildings, you will generally be in the market for tall cranes. Leila Steed reports on the machines being utilised to raise up some of Europe’s most challenging urban buildings.

BREAKERS
In recent years, hydraulic breakers have evolved into a global billion-euro business, so manufacturers are taking nothing for granted and the built-in technology is impressive. Steve Ducker looks at recent developments.

ACCESS EQUIPMENT
The acceleration of electric- and hybridboom lifts has become a familiar subject in recent years and remains a hot topic, as Access International magazine’s Euan Youdale reports.

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