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Podcast: Access market insights
Matthew Elvin, CEO of Snorkel and Xtreme Manufacturing, and Garth McGillewie, owner of AMS-Merlo, discuss the path to recovery
Foundations: can we learn from the Europeans?
Foundation drilling has become a more exact science in recent years. Construction Europe magazine looks at the latest innovations currently making an impact on European construction sites
Mixing Equipment: A recipe for success
Today’s mixing equipment ensures the right combination of elements produces the best product
Drilling equipment: kinder, gentler drilling
To help mitigate the lack of skilled workers, today’s equipment goes easier on the operator
Articulating booms see advancements
Load and tilt sensing is now commonplace, but OEMs are noting a bigger trend in this market: electrification
Interview: The future of tracked platforms
Martin Borutta, CEO of Teupen, talks about the company’s recent acquisition by Dingli and what it might mean to the sector
Fortnite game developer aids BIM design company
Epic Games awards BIM design specialist Tridify ‘MegaGrant’ to develop BIM streaming service
Hydrodemolition: pushing the boundaries in Manitoba
How a Canadian contractor redefined the limits of hydrodemolition during a project in Manitoba
Demolition attachments: broadening the scope
Recent developments including LaBounty, Epiroc, Green Attachments, Dehaco and Genesis Attachments
The road ahead for global infrastructure
A look at what’s new in road building technology and the effects of the worldwide pandemic on this important construction segment
Technology key to productivity gains
Increased technology – rather than the equipment itself – will drive the biggest productivity gains in construction, according to industry experts
Falsework & formwork: digitalization spearheads innovations
Today’s systems take advantage of digital technologies to overcome time and cost constraints
Niche equipment for working at height
The specialty access industry provides end-users with everything from air-powered scissor lifts to 3-foot-wide bridge inspection units
BIM software shows the future
There is little doubt the post-Covid ‘new normal’ will see the rapid growth of digital technology in construction – with BIM at its very heart
Volvo CE presents a vision of the future of construction
Increased use of modular construction, 3D construction and drones predicted for construction going forward
Genesis adds larger Razer shears
Attachment manufacturer expands Razer product line with the new GDR 590 demolition shears
VR/AR: The realities of modern construction
Construction technology is now blurring the lines between real and programmed structures
Wind turbines: higher & heavier
Wind turbines today generate 72% more power on average than in 2009, which brings significant challenges for crane and transport companies
Podcast: Tech opportunities in post-pandemic construction
International Construction’s Jenny Lescohier speaks with Matt Wheelis of Hexagon Geosystems Division
Tower cranes and the new art of PPVC
PPVC is a game-changing construction technology, writes Heinz-Gert Kessel. It relies on tower cranes and large ones at that
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