Toyota Motor and Mazda Motor have signed an agreement to establish joint venture (JV) production facility to manufacture vehicles in the US.
Lockheed Martin has started construction on a $350m satellite production facility at its Waterton Canyon campus near Denver, US.
The Dow Chemical Company is set to construct a new $100m innovation centre at the heritage Dow Corning corporate campus in Michigan, US.
Roxul, a producer of stone wool insulation products and part of the Rockwool Group, has unveiled its plan to build a new manufacturing facility in West Virginia, US.
Australian construction firm Multiplex has bagged a contract to build a new science and engineering building (SEB) for the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia.
Siemens has broken ground on a $300m expansion of Siemens Healthineers manufacturing and R&D facility for laboratory diagnostics in Walpole, Massachusetts.
Waterfront Toronto has secured CAD1.25bn ($962m) in funding from the governments of Canada, Ontario and Toronto for the Port Lands Flood Protection project.
US-based pharmaceutical firm Pfizer has started construction on its new research and development (R&D) and process development facility in Missouri, US.
Petrochemical company Braskem is set to move forward with the construction of a new polypropylene factory next to its existing production facilities in La Porte, Texas.
Airbus Helicopters, the helicopter manufacturing division of Airbus Group, has started construction on its H135 Final Assembly Line in China.
Wales-based Concrete Canvas Ltd is expanding the distribution of Concrete Canvas in Australia and New Zealand.
Construction on Mars or Moon will be possible, claims Behrokh Khoshnevis, professor of industrial & systems engineering at the University of Southern California and director of the Center for Rapid Automated Fabrication Technologies (CRAFT).
Laura Varley, on behalf of UK-based demolition contractor Hughes & Salvidge, explains why you will soon be seeing drones around your construction site.
One of the most eye-catching technological innovations in recent years is 3D printing — a technology that has numerous potential uses in multiple industries and in particular has great potential for use in construction.
Youssef Ouchagour, construction industry analyst at Timetric’s Construction Intelligence Center, analyses the current state of the global data centre construction market and presents five of the largest data centre projects currently under construction in the world.
Drones possess great potential for the construction industry in particular and a wide variety of benefits have already been demonstrated by the early adopters of this technology. The construction industry is now one of the main drivers of growth across the commercial drone sector.
Telecommunications provider Vocus Group has announced the execution of a binding agreement with Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN), referred to as contract-in-force (CIF), for the construction of the Australia-Singapore Cable (ASC) system.
Wacker Neuson has introduced the ET16 mini tracked excavator, designed particularly for excavation work in confined spaces.
John Deere has launched its 470G LC excavator, featuring an EPA Final Tier 4/EU Stage IV diesel engine.
Collins Earthworks has taken delivery of the first 75t Volvo EC750E excavator to reach the UK market, after the machine was launched at Bauma 2016 earlier this year.