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Theme announced for Fachtagung Abbruch 2024
Expectations for German event are high, says organiser 
Kobelco Europe celebrates and anounces HQ move
Guests at 10-year event hear of HQ move in the Netherlands
Biffa acquires Scottish demolition company
UK waste management company acquires Hamilton Waste and Recycling
First New Holland electric mini excavator on display
The E15X is one of the manufacturer’s new range of fifteen mini excavator models
Putin clears sale of Caterpillar’s Russian assets
President Vladimir Putin has approved the purchase of the Russian assets of U.S. machinery maker Caterpillar by Russia’s PSK-New Solutions, owned by ex-Sberbank executives, according to a decree published on Monday and a corporate database.
Ayesa secures contract to replace iconic Italian bridge
Spanish and Italian engineering firms beat 18 applicants to deliver 1.2km crossing
Dust Control Safety on Demolition Sites
Michael Kelley, President at BossTek, discusses airborne dust and what contractors can do to improve air quality
Interview: Why a US construction body has started a legal battle with Biden
Associated General Contractors outgoing chief executive Stephen Sandherr on 27 years representing the construction industry
Yanmar’s ‘next generation’ electric machine prototype
The prototype can automate fine manual tasks, helping with construction’s labour shortages
Caterpillar C13D engine to feature in hydrogen project
The project will demo how hybridisation can support H2 power delivery
Komatsu heralds battery supplier acquisition
Mining equipment to be first application for new batteries
Amtrak starts procurement for replacement of New Jersey’s 116-year-old Sawtooth Bridges
Amtrak and NJ Transit have begun the procurement process for the replacement of the 116-year-old Sawtooth Bridges in New Jersey.
VIDEO: Recycling begins on “largest demolition project in Australia’s history”
Remediation works to recover 142,000 t of scrap metal and 300,000 t of concrete from Gove Refinery
Armoured excavator deployed for remediation works at World War II army munitions site
Largest known contaminated site with chemical warfare agents in Europe to take six years to clean up
RVA oversees Lucy III power plant blowdown
Double blast takes down 140-metre chimney and 100-metre cooling tower
Applications for demolition supervisor certification open
Application deadline to take the industry qualification exam is 8 December, 2023
EDA commits to recognising circular economy
Association leader Stefano Panseri reflects on the World Demolition Awards and reveals plan to highlight demolition industry talent
Why engineers must embrace uncertainty
Sue Arundale of EFCA explores how construction needs to remain adaptable and responsive to unforeseen challenges
UK government investigating alleged dumping of subsidised Chinese excavators
Anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations into imports from China of tracked excavators of at least 11 tonnes into the UK
Two new 25-tonne material handlers hit the equipment market
Develon launches Stage-V machines for the construction and demolition waste recycling sector
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