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Class of 2015

19 Jan 2016 | Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania, Global

Solving the Thai canal riddle

13 Jan 2016 | Asia

New generation in NYC

5 Jan 2016 | North America

Reaching for the sky and the sea

1 Dec 2015 | Global

Tall buildings of the future could be looking down as well as up, following a proposed concept from Luca Curci Architects to build ‘skyscrapers’ based on the sea bed.

Looking up Down Under

5 Nov 2015 | Oceania

Sydney’s current 235m height limit on buildings in the city should be overlooked to accommodate future population growth, architectural practice Bates Smart has proposed.

Healthy outlook for UK

30 Oct 2015 | Europe

A strong period for the UK construction industry is reflected in a growing crane rental market, with new projects and investments in fleet expansions taking place. Daniel Searle reports.

Ready for take-off

27 Oct 2015 | North America

New York’s LaGuardia Airport has faced criticism for many years, but now the domestic airport is due to be reconstructed as part of a $4bn plan announced by New York governor Andrew Cuomo.

Can residential tower blocks meet city housing demands?

17 Sep 2015 | Europe, North America, Global

High-rise urban housing projects have undergone a renaissance in recent times – despite many failed projects from the 20th century that became associated with poverty, the latest generation of structures are designed for luxury.

Recovery begins in Spain

7 Sep 2015 | Europe, Global

After the Spanish housing construction market was severely damaged during the recession, the country’s crane manufacturers had to look abroad and expand their portfolios. Daniel Searle reports from Zaragoza.


Safety of innovative vehicles in tunnels

27 Feb 2017

Fathi Tarada, director of Mosen, looks at the challenges facing tunnels with the onset of autonomous and other smart vehicles.

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