Restoration Key to Giant London Powerplant''s Redevelopment
The enormous Battersea Powerplant has been a fixture of the London skyline for almost a century, even after shutting down decades ago. Redevelopment aims to restore it to a different life.
Why Are Cat Machines Playing a Giant Game of Jenga?
In a shift in it''s advertising strategy, Caterpillar is branching out into the world of viral videos already used by some of its competitors.
Concrete Company Settles Federal Immigration-Related Claims
Attorney for Dallas-based Potter Concrete says "innocent mistakes" were made in the employee-verification process.
Bertha Repairs Stall State Route 99 Tunneling Until 2015
Longer-than-expected delay allows time to excavate repair pit and make additional repairs.
Indonesia Announces Major Power Projects To Meet Growing Demand
With an expanding population and a stated goal of adding roughly 60 gigawatts of power to double capacity by the year 2022, the government of Indonesia has greenlit multiple major power projects in recent months.
New Strategies To Extend Equipment Life
Fleet management expert Mike Vorster offers tips to extending vehicle life and putting yourself in a position to amortize increased acquisition costs.
Clean-Diesel Machines Lack Export Appeal, Study Says
Some experts believe that fewer U.S.-made construction machines will be able to find a secondary market overseas in the coming years, resulting in a glut of used equipment in North America.
Twenty Years After Genocide''s Darkness, Rwanda Turning to Solar Power
A $24-million photovoltaic field is nearing completion on land belonging to a village built to house orphans from the central African country's genocide 20 years ago.
As Hong Kong-Macau Tunnel Progresses, Denmark Floats a Record Breaker
Nine global consortiums bidding for Denmark project that will be longer than the Hong Kong-Macao link now underway.
Hydrologist Warns Ethiopian Dam Could Cause Ecological HarmStories 1 - 10 of 1471
Study points to environmental harm a major dam project in Ethiopia already under way could have on one of Africa''s largest lakes.