February 7, 2012
Earthmoving machines remain the backbone of construction operations - writes Mike Woof. ADTs, excavators and wheeled loaders play pivotal roles in…
February 7, 2012
Efficient earthmoving is allowing productive road construction in the Egyptian desert, Mike Woof reports. Despite ferocious desert temperatures,…
February 7, 2012
When the main commuter route into Cardiff, the Welsh capital, began to suffer from acute deformation, the Vale of Glamorgan Council required a…
February 7, 2012
A new PMB plant has opened in Dubai as part of the French Total Group's plans to expand in the Middle East. As part of the Total Group's plans for…
February 7, 2012
GPS machine control for earthworks and concrete paving is helping to fast track construction of an irrigation canal in Turkey - Claire Symes reports…
February 7, 2012
Built in the shadow of the Hoover Dam, a new bridge is set to takes its place as another major tourist attraction. Patrick Smith reports
February 7, 2012
How is it that New Zealand's recent large and destructive earthquake did so little damage to the bridges in the quake zone? Mary Searle investigates…
February 7, 2012
Innovative developments are pushing forward concrete road construction techniques. The concrete road sector looks to benefit from some key…
February 7, 2012
Volvo CE says that lowering fuel consumption will tackle fleet costs and deliver environmental benefits for its customers, Mike Woof reports. Volvo…
February 7, 2012
At its annual plenary meeting held on 25 May 2010, during the 16th IRF World Meeting in Lisbon, the European Road Federation (ERF) elected a new…