ENR - Construction, Building & Engineering News
Product Snapshot: Pipe-Fusion Machine and Motor Grader
This week we look at a pipe-fusion machine from McElroy Manufacturing and a Motor Grader from Komatsu Americas.
A $3.1-Billion Berths Project Sets Sail In Africa
Chinese firms building billions worth of transport work for three countries.
Lafarge-Holcim Merger Imperiled as Major Shareholders Reject Deal
A $44 billion merger between French-based Lafarge and Swiss-based Holcim to create the world''s largest cement manufacturer received a shock on March 29 as Holcim''s second-largest shareholder objected to the terms of the deal.
The World''s Largest Roller-Compacted Concrete Dams
The world''s largest roller-compacted concrete dams, ranked by the volume of roller-compacted concrete.
AISC Calls for Steel Suppliers To Implement Electronic Purchasing
AISC calls for structural steel suppliers to join its electronic steel purchasing initiative, called steelXML.
China Fears New Sri Lankan Government Could Alter Port Project in Colombo
Chinese contractor CCCC fears that the Colombo port project will be reopened to international contractors.
White House Sets Targets for Paris Climate Talks
GOP lawmakers blast plan but environmental groups and their Capitol Hill allies praise it.
India''s Ruling Party Moves Forward on ''100 Smart Cities'' Plan
Urbanization drives movement for new, sustainable cities in India
China Lifts Ban on Nuclear Powerplants, Resumes Ambitious Construction Program
The government plans to take the number of nuclear power plants from 22 at present to 75 in just about five years.
Parliament Report Says UK Government Has Not Justified High-Speed-Rail InvestmentStories 1 - 10 of 1428
Planned $74-billion investment won''t benefits cities other than London, says House of Lords economic committee.