Construction Europe - December 2019

18 December 2019

Included in this issue:

    They may sound out of place when describing the construction sector, but the Cloud, Big Data and the Internet of Things are now all recognisable elements of the road building process, as Mike Hayes reports
    With major European tunnels requiring construction teams to drive further and deeper into the earth, advances in equipment and techniques have become necessary to meet these new challenges. Katherine Weir reports
    Though not as popular as its sibling – the crawler excavator – the wheeled excavator, or ‘rubber duck’ as it is sometimes referred to, nevertheless has its place in 21st century construction, as Joe Sargent discovers
    Giovanni Mantovani, chief executive and director general of Veronafiere, describes the revival of the Italian market and the country’s largest international construction exhibition, SaMoTer
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