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The European construction industry in 4 charts
New figures that show the state of play in Europe’s construction industry have been released
5 reasons why construction suffers stubborn labour shortage in Europe
Europe’s construction industry continues to suffer a labour imbalance, with almost half the occupations classified as being in shortage in the region belonging in the sector
Peab’s ‘largest Norwegian contract’ to develop US$299m Bodø airport
The company will work on Nya Bodø Airport in Norway
Eyes on inventories as Caterpillar announces Q1 results
Caterpillar announces its first quarter results on 25 April
Intermat Innovation winners announced
Winners of the Intermat Innovation awards were announced at a ceremony after the first day of the show in Paris, with Bomag, Moog, Tenstar, Dynaset and Betolar winning the coveted gold awards.
Norway’s ‘world-first’ ship tunnel gets technical advisor
See which company has contracted with the Norwegian government on this one-of-a-kind project
Peab announces SEK 1.5 billion contract on Gothenburg’s West Link
Swedish firm gets more work on railway scheme
Off-Highway Research acquires IP assets from Yengst Associates
Assets include full portfolio of reports covering the construction equipment industry
How the European Investment Bank is under pressure to reshape infrastructure lending
In a world where banks are facing increasing scrutiny over their lending, the European Investment Bank, the lending arm of the European Union (EU), must make some difficult choices.
Report reveals sustainability surge: 73% of contractors already implementing practices
Survey of approximately 13,000 construction professionals reveals what sectors are embracing sustainability
Kleemann impact crusher wins Design Award
Kleemann machine was named again to the annual German award list
New compactor can “reduce project emissions by up to 50%”
New machine meets EU and US emission-reduction standards
“Best” financial year in Caterpillar’s history
Despite sales falling in fourth quarter for construction segment, 2023 a record year for giant OEM 
Why construction workers are demanding more
Construction workers on the Paris Olympic sites are just some of the construction workers taking to strike action to demand improvements in pay and conditions in 2023
EDA President: “proceed with caution” in 2024
Stefano Panseri on the challenges and opportunities contractors will face
Komatsu expands short tailswing wheeled excavator range
Range extended upwards with two models in 16-20t class
European construction industry’s new manifesto calls for ‘radical change’ to tackle climate challenge
A group of bodies representing Europe’s construction industry have called for the adoption of a circular business model to achieve carbon and resource neutrality, as COP 28 draws to a close.
Why engineers must embrace uncertainty
Sue Arundale of EFCA explores how construction needs to remain adaptable and responsive to unforeseen challenges
Video: Ten years of China’s Belt and Road Initiative
China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has been called the world’s most ambitious infrastructure scheme
Overruns in costs and delivery costing construction US$91 billion
A new report reveals that disputed costs amount to more than a third of project capital expenditure value
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