Unconference Mobility Camp returns to back Sustainable Transport It’s back! The volunteer run ‘Unconference’ Mobility Camp returns for its 5th year. Taking place in Bristol on Thursday 29th September, Mobility Camp is an annual ‘unconference’ th ...

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Scientists discover new way to diagnose Cracks in Concrete A chemical reaction that causes concrete to crack and deteriorate can now be identified without harm, according to Argonne scientists. Although they are built to last for decades, bridge ...

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MAPEI and Black Buffalo 3D partnership driving 3D Construction Technology MAPEI Corporation, a leading manufacturer of construction materials for the building industry, and Black Buffalo 3D Corporation, a leading provider of large-scale 3D const ...

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Clemson University invents Hydrogen Hose that can repair its own cracks Marek Urban and his research group at Clemson University have developed a self-repairing hose to dispense hydrogen as part of the nation’s effort to diversify its fuel suppl ...

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Traffic jams could be a distant memory with AI Traffic Light systems Long queues at traffic lights could be a thing of the past, thanks to a new artificial intelligence system developed by Aston University researchers. The system, the first of i ...

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The dangers of Urban Streets that look like Highways Serious auto crashes in urban areas are more likely on city streets that look to drivers like highways, new research suggests. The study used a novel approach: Ohio State University researcher ...

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Engineering and Construction Teams announced for Uinta Basin Railway Project Rio Grande Pacific Corporation through its Rio Grande Pacific Group portfolio company Basin Railway Constructors, LLC announced it has selected the engineering and cons ...

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Topcon joins CampusOS 5G Research Project Topcon Positioning Germany is one of 22 partners involved in CampusOS; a research project with the goal of developing a modular ecosystem for open 5G campus networks based on open radio technologies and ...

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HDR Experts Talk explores Keys to Success in Transportation Construction Management Effectively managing large-scale transportation mega-programs is a daunting task. Keeping billion-dollar programs on budget and schedule requires an experienced ...

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Atkins providing consulting for first-ever FEMA Building Code strategy Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, provided consulting and advisory services for the development of FEMA's first-ever building codes strategy that was unveiled this w ...

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Atlas Copco electric mobile compressor makes rock stabilization works greener Imagine a fairy-tale bridge, nested in a spectacular rock formation of a nature reserve in Saxony, Germany. This is the site where Jähnig GmbH Felssicherung handles an ...

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MIT researchers use AI to help autonomous vehicles avoid idling at red lights No one likes sitting at a red light. But signalized intersections aren’t just a minor nuisance for drivers; vehicles consume fuel and emit greenhouse gases while waiti ...

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Habitat for Humanity partnership prints Canada's first multi-unit 3D Printed Homes Habitat for Humanity Windsor-Essex, is partnering with the University of Windsor and nidus3D – Canada’s leaders in 3D construction printing, on the nation's first ...

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LG Chem develops plastic Fire Barrier to prevent Thermal Runaway in EV Batteries LG Chem today announced that it has developed a new plastic product for battery application that is capable of preventing the spread of flame in batteries, deliveri ...

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Subcontractors must embrace real-time digital Job Reporting Systems MyMobileWorkers today released its newly commissioned piece of independent research into the attitudes of professionals that either help to reach, or make, the final decision ab ...

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Recycling asphalt waste the right way  Managing and procuring materials in the construction industry is rapidly becoming a concern, due to material shortages and rising costs. For example, let’s talk about asphalt: how many miles of new roads ar ...

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Hitachi auctioning Vintage Excavator for Lighthouse Construction Charity Hitachi Construction Machinery UK, a leading name in the construction, quarrying and demolition equipment market, is delighted to be holding an auction for a Hitachi 1985 U ...

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Tadano AC 3.045-1 City Crane the best choice for Hack Schwerlastservice Werner and Udo Hack, the owners of Neuwied-based Hack Schwerlastservice in Germany, will tell you that the Tadano AC 3.045-1 is flat out the best crane for indoor jobs. “Rig ...

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Why it is important to ensure your wheels are balanced Cars are one of the most popular modes of transport across the entire UK. They provide quick and easy access to every part of any city, so it comes as no surprise that there are 32.5 million ...

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How Conti360 Fleet Solutions are adapting to customer needs As one of the UK’s largest providers of tyres and service solutions, Continental’s Conti360° Solutions has an enviable reputation for providing exceptional all-around service to its com ...

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Jacobs supporting Climate Response with 600 new employees Jacobs is recruiting 600 people to respond to the U.K. and Ireland’s ambitious climate response goals for energy transition and decarbonisation. The new jobs will supercharge the drive to ...

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GNSS/INS integration made easier and faster with Septentrio RxLeverArm Septentrio, a leader in high-precision GNSS/INS (Global Navigation Satellite System / Inertial Navigation System) positioning and orientation solutions, takes a step today to ...

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JCB taking centre stage at special pageant for the Queen's Jubilee JCB machines from the past and the present will be taking centre stage at a special pageant in London as the nation comes together to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum J ...

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Magid revolutionizes Coreless Glove Cut Protection with DX+ Technology Magid has taken coreless cut protection to the next level with DX+ Technology® (“DX Plus Technology”). Building on the ground-breaking advances of Magid’s 2018 DX Technology® ...

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Hamm promotes Sustainability at every level A year after receiving environmental certification according to ISO 14001, it is clear that Hamm AG, based in Tirschenreuth, is in a good position in terms of environmental protection. For many years n ...

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CARB CORE offers $125m incentives for deployment of Net-Zero Off-Road Technologies What could be done with $125 million to reduce the environmental harm being done by off-road equipment? The California Air Resources Board (CARB) aims to find out ...

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The Wildlife Trusts and National Highways boosting biodiversity across England National Highways and The Wildlife Trusts have joined forces to launch a new £6 million Network for Nature programme that will improve habitats across England, benefi ...

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RSK Group acquires Windtechs to expand renewable energy services RSK Group Ltd has expanded its renewable energy offering by acquiring Welsh wind turbine maintenance and repair company Windtechs. Based in Caersws, Powys, Windtechs provides a ran ...

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Base Quantum acquired by SOCOTEC Group SOCOTEC Group, a global leader in testing, inspection and certification (TIC) in the construction, infrastructure and environment sectors, has acquired Base Quantum, a Quantity Surveying, Dispute Resolution ...

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Concrete roads in Uzbekistan could last 20 years longer In the last few years, the Republic of Uzbekistan has been working on road development. Until recently, a large proportion of domestic roadway surfacing did not meet modern requirements, an ...

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