Materials

August 1, 2022
A key innovation from MTG is its sophisticated new ground engaging tool (GET) detection system. This uses sensors mounted on the carrier machine that…
July 11, 2022
As bitumen suppliers look to replace Russian sources of crude oil, there’s a race to get biogenic asphalts to market – and bank those carbon-saving…
July 8, 2022
Why is Shell interested in bricks and concrete? Kristina Smith met the head of its new Roads and Construction division, Raman Ojha to find out
June 27, 2022
Element Six (E6), part of the De Beers Group, has announced the introduction of a new, state-of-the-art, fully automated line for road milling bit…
June 20, 2022
Swiss firm Bereuter is now able to supply fresh concrete on demand in both large and small volumes with the installation of Ammann CBT 60 Elba Plant…
May 20, 2022
Cremasco, head of road services at integrated services provider Downer, takes over during a difficult time for Australian infrastructure contracts…
April 19, 2022
Huesker, a global manufacturer of geosynthetics and technical textiles, explains how incorporating geosynthetic material can boost a project’s…
April 19, 2022
A customer in Denmark is now benefiting from asphalt production technology supplied by Turkish firm E-MAK.
April 8, 2022
Thicklift in Utah, epoxy modification for Ethiopia and inbuilt de-icing in South Korea - a focus on technologies designed to lower maintenance and…
April 4, 2022
Using epoxy bitumen in chip seals could significantly increase the life of high-volume roads in low-income countries and make them more resilient to…
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