Construction europe - September 2021

16 September 2021

CE100
‘The year of Covid’ initially hit the revenues of contractors across Europe hard, but in general they were seeing solid recovery before the end of the year

ENGINES
With the world in a race against time to reduce its carbon output, Leila Steed reports on how new and improved engines can help contractors lower their CO2 footprint

HYDROGEN ADVANCES
Hydrogen combustion engines are now making their move towards centre stage as the construction industry aims for zero emissions. Graham Anderson reports

MENTAL HEALTH IN CONSTRUCTION
Workers in our industry are far more likely to take their own lives than to be killed in an accident on site. But what’s being done about it and is it enough? Lucy Barnard reports

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