Construction Europe - April-May 2022

By Anita Bhakta20 April 2022

Included in this issue:

ENGINES
As construction moves towards sustainable infrastructure and hybrid power alternatives, Catrin Jones looks at what this means for diesel’s future.

TUNNELLING
Leila Steed reports on how the latest equipment and technologies are being put to use on tunnelling projects across Europe.

EUROPEAN GREEN DEAL
The EU’s plans to make Europe climate neutral by 2050 cannot succeed without huge changes in the construction industry, as Mike Hayes reports.

CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY: THE DIGITAL BUILDERS
With benefits including increased safety and reduced emissions, robotics and autonomy are changing construction, as Tom Jackson reports.

NET-ZERO STEEL
Zero-carbon steel at scale may not be commercially available yet – but construction giants are already crying out for it. Lucy Barnard finds out more.

OPINION: MODERN METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION
Des Duddy, managing director at construction products specialist Protrade on the benefits of offsite manufacturing.

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