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Since the urban service area of Fort McMurray in Wood Buffalo, Alberta was devastated by a wildfire in 2016, experts are expecting a major rebuild to occur, which means a huge rise in the demand for construction supplies. After the...
According to a report by Boston Consulting Group (BCG), the $1 trillion infrastructure project in the US proposed by President Donald Trump could create millions of jobs. To help planners in tracking job creation in the infrastructure construction sector,...
John Deere now offers a 96-month/20,000-hour warranty on its 944K hybrid wheel loader for those who purchase it between now and October 31, 2018. Basically, the warranty includes a non-prorated assurance on certain components of the wheel loader, such as...
According to a recent report by Dodge Data & Analytics, the value of US construction starts in March has increased by 5% from February to an annual rate of $743.7 billion. Dodge chief economist Robert Murray stated that the first...
According to industry sources, the American multinational engineering firm AECOM will most likely win the main construction contract for the Spire London tower. Worth £800 million, the 67-storey tower, owned by Greenland Group and located at West India Quay in...
According to a survey by WalletHub, Vermont ranks first among all the US states in terms of sustainable construction, with its progressive green policies. WalletHub found out that the Green Mountain State is definitely a leader in sustainability based...
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. recently announced that its construction equipment division has been spun off into a new company called Hyundai Construction Equipment Co., Ltd. According to the executives at the parent company, this spin-off will allow them to...
According to Highways England CEO Jim O’Sullivan, the workload for contractors working on road projects in the UK could double from current levels to more than $5 billion per year under the country’s next spending program. Through early forecasting of...
According to a report by the global financial services firm Morgan Stanley, property prices in Singapore (particularly that of homes) will double by 2030, with the prolonged downtrend in the country’s property market expected to end in 2018. The company’s...

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