;
During bauma, all manner of future technologies were on display, including the latest advanced diesel technology innovations.

Tomorrow’s construction technology will be connected, electrified and diesel

During bauma, one of the largest global construction expos, all manner of future technologies were on display, including the latest advanced diesel technology innovations. New products from earthmoving and mining equipment suppliers and the world’s leading engine manufacturers confirmed advanced diesel technologies would continue in a lead role alongside emerging alternatives. “The credentials for the …

To access this post, you must purchase Individual Subscription or 30 User Subscription, If you have an existing subscription, please log in here.

What Australian builders can learn from Brexit and Europe

Australia’s residential construction sector is suffering from a significant downturn with activity levels declining at the fastest pace in over six years with apartment construction one of the worst-hit segments. Soft new orders and falling prices are making prospective buyers more cautious, especially when it comes to investor demand. This is exacerbated by over-supplied markets …

To access this post, you must purchase Individual Subscription or 30 User Subscription, If you have an existing subscription, please log in here.

World’s longest floating bridge and floating underwater traffic tunnel

To drive the west coast of Norway, from the city of Kristiansand in the south to the city of Trondheim, currently takes about 21 hours and requires seven ferry crossings. To halve the travel time, the Norwegian Public Roads Administration has launched a nearly $AU56 billion project that will include the world’s longest floating bridge …

To access this post, you must purchase Individual Subscription or 30 User Subscription, If you have an existing subscription, please log in here.