Construction and Engineering

On 23 June 1919, a committee of influential women sensed a new dawn. The First World War had ended, and significant steps had been taken towards women’s suffrage. The group, ranging from designers and munitions factory managers to wives of eminent... Read more

Swiss-based construction firm Sika is working together with respected architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) to showcase its 3D concrete printing abilities at the Formgiving Exhibition in Copenhagen, Denmark... Read more

HOOPS Exchange provides unmatched data access, accuracy, and speed to maintain data accuracy and integrity for visualising large data sets in Virtalis’s flagship platform Visionary Render. Read more

An innovative Kenyan company which turns plastic waste into affordable roof tiles for homes has been given a financial boost by FTSE 100 packaging and paper company, Mondi Group... Read more

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) and SDLG will further extend its cooperation to accelerate the profitable growth journey. As of December 2020, all excavators from 15 tonnes made for the Chinese market will be consolidated into one product... Read more

Sandvik Additive Manufacturing has created the first ever 3D printed diamond composite. While this diamond does not sparkle, it is perfect for a wide range of industrial uses. The new process means that this super-hard material can now be 3D... Read more

High-tech polymer company Covestro has signed a multi-million euro agreement with global engineering and industrial software company AVEVA to begin the digital transformation of Covestro's entire process engineering window... Read more

Advanced Engineering is on the lookout for start-ups to showcase their inventions as part of its innovation zone. As the UK’s largest annual exhibition for manufacturers and supply chain professionals, the Enabling Innovation Zone will support... Read more

Poland's largest and most important industry event, the International Fair of Road Construction Industry Autostrada-Polska, is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The three day expo, held in the city of Kielce, is a one-stop-shop for the most important Read more

Construction has begun on the largest civil engineering project in Slovenian history - a new rail link connecting the deep-sea port of Koper, in the north of the Adriatic Sea, with the the main international railway junction at Divaca. Read more

Sweco has signed an agreement to acquire MLM Group, a UK engineering consultancy with services primarily within buildings, transportation infrastructure and environment, predominantly located in South East England. Read more

Romanian gas provider Transgaz has announced that it now has the rights to begin working on the construction of a pipeline linking the Black Sea coast to the national transmission system and to BRUA - the pipeline running to Romania, Hungary and... Read more

German battery and energy storage systems maker Tesvolt GmbH is to build what it claims will be the first battery storage factory in Europe with a capacity of over 1 GWh annually. The gigafactory is being constructed in Lutherstadt Wittenberg, in... Read more

Artificial intelligence has quickly gone from a Hollywood fantasy to a real benefit to efficiency in so many sectors. With algorithms designed to solve problems through stored data, artificial intelligence can be utilised to perform many different... Read more

Messer, a manufacturer of industrial gases, has announced that it will be expanding its presence in Slovakia with the construction of a €10-million argon plant. Read more

The Saudi Arabian Mining Company, Ma'aden, has awarded the consortium of Outotec and Larsen & Toubro with an engineering, procurement and construction contract to build a greenfield mineral concentrator and gold processing plant in the Kingdom of... Read more

Serbia to get its first industrial park later this year and is looking to host global companies that are trying to tap into into central and eastern European markets. The park is being largely funded by China and will form a part of the emerging... Read more

The Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó has said that a contract will be signed by May 25th for the upgrade of his country's section of the cross-border rail line between Budapest and Belgrade. Read more

The Italian branch of Hydreco, the global specialist in hydraulic solutions for a range of sectors, is set to grow off the back of recent market trends. Read more

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    Women in engineering

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    Construction News Summit

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