Today on World Construction Network


Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum set to reopen after renovation
23 April, 2014 Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum is all set to reopen on 24 April after extensive renovation carried out by US-based architectural firm Populous.
  • EMCOR secures four contracts in US
    EMCOR Government Services (EGS), a unit of EMCOR Group, has been awarded four contracts to perform facilities maintenance services for four different government entities at different locations across the US.


The European equation
20 February, 2014 Industrial construction is a key contributor to the construction economy across Eastern Europe. Power plant development, automobile manufacturing and pharmaceutical production all represent key opportunities for crane and handling firms operating in this burgeoning field.
  • Supply chain spotlight
    Modex 2014 is nearly upon us. With nearly 800 exhibitors from across the supply chain, coupled with a comprehensive conference programme featuring numerous industry professionals, this year’s event is shaping up to be one not to miss.
  • A big stake in China’s Las Vegas
    As the construction industry meets in the USA’s gambling capital, Las Vegas, Eastime is using 16 Fushan Yongmao cranes in the city’s Chinese counterpart, Macau, to build the Studio City leisure resort.
  • Smooth operator
    Hülsemann GmbH of Oberhausen has been supplying graphite and sanding technology to the furniture and panel manufacturing industries for around 30 years. Mike Botting visited the company’s headquarters to see what they have to offer.


URA – Bugema Stadium Development, Luweero
18 April, 2014 Uganda Revenue Authority (URA), is planning to build a football stadium in Luweero District, Uganda.