Construction Europe - November-December 2020

25 November 2020

Included in this issue:

  • ROADBUILDING 
    Today’s road construction industry is reevaluating its methods and its approach to sustainability, with new and recycled materials and the e ciency of modern equipment as Mike Hayes reports.
  • GPS/TELEMATICS 
    Keeping tabs on your construction equipment, using real-time data, can be cost saving and improve business operations. Joe Sargent takes a look at some of the latest telematics services.
  • FALSEWORK & FORMWORK 
    Built structures are now more complex than ever before, and the challenge of turning designs into physical buildings is keenly felt by formwork specialists, as Mike Hayes reports.
  • TUNNELLING 
    The business of constructing tunnels has traditionally been a very slow process, but as Joe Sargent discovers, the progress of modern-day machines is speeding the process up to an impressive degree.
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