A reduction of direct carbon dioxide emissions by 24% could be achieved by 2050 due to a combination of technology and policy solutions.
This year looks challenging for UK construction with activity dropping in March on bad weather and the outlook remaining uncertain.
Doosan’s crawler excavator achieved the accolade as part of a new annual series of awards organised by EquipmentWatch.
The global industrial construction sector sees recovery from increased growth in domestic demand in emerging markets.
CEMEX has supplied a specially-formulated concrete for construction of the Foro Boca concert hall in Boca del Rio, Mexico.
LafargeHolcim has supplied high-performance concrete for the European XFEL super laser in northern Germany.
NCB International Seminar on Cement, Concrete, and Building Materials was held on 5 – 8 December at the Manakshaw Centre in New Delhi, India.
A facility capable of processing around 1 million tpy of construction and demolition waste for reuse as aggregates in concrete production has opened close to the Colombian capital, Bogota.
The construction sector should be at the centre of regulatory efforts to mitigate global carbon emissions, argues Bernard Mathieu of LafargeHolcim.