Today on World Construction Network


ISG wins fit out project in London
03 July, 2015 UK-based construction firm ISG has won a fit out project in London for Zurich Insurance.


Stable hands
27 May, 2015 Stability systems required to comply with revised EU standards, have been further developed to offer improved efficiency. Daniel Searle reports.
  • The people who sell cranes
    Selling Manitowoc’s Grove line of cranes in West Africa, Paterson Simons & Co (Africa) Ltd. managing director John Traynor understands that a complete package of training and aftersales service, supported by manufacturer partnerships, is vital in persuading customers to make the financial step up from buying used cranes to buying new.
  • Sarens’ quick bridge lift
    A Terex Superlift 3800 lattice boom crawler crane has been used by Sarens to lift a steel bridge over a motorway in Germany, negotiating weight restrictions to bring the crane to the job site.
  • More power, more options
    This spring, Manitowoc announced new developments across its crawler range. In its high-capacity range, a new option on its variable positioning counterweight system adds to the load chart on its MLC 650 crane. At lower capacities, the company now offers Sennebogen telecrawlers badged as Groves.


SMIC – Shanghai Advanced Chip Research and Development Centre, China
26 June, 2015 The project involves the construction of research units, laboratories, a computing hub, a testing unit, administrative and parking facilities, and the installation of equipment.
  • MMEC – Kribi Oil Refinery, Cameroon
    The project involves the construction of an oil production facility on 500ha area that will produce 200,000bpd of refined fuel which will be later ramped up to 350,000bpd.