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How Hyperloop is changing the calculus of the commute

How Hyperloop is changing the calculus of the commute

How Hyperloop is changing the calculus of the commute It’s Monday morning and you’re stuck in traffic again, shoulders tensed as you realize you’re late for work–yet the minutes drag on. Some days you get to thinking about how you could instead be spending these minutes, and hundreds like them, wi...
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China finances US$1.5 Billion for 156km Lagos to Ibadan Rail link in Nigeria

China finances US$1.5 Billion for 156km Lagos to Ibadan Rail link in Nigeria

China finances US$1.5 Billion for 156km Lagos to Ibadan Rail link in Nigeria Construction work on the Lagos to Ibadan Rail Link was signed on 6th March 2017 for the 156km railway line from the coastal city of Lagos to the inland city of Ibadan – a distance of 156km. The target date for completion ...
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Chinese Contractor finances US$13 Billion for 600km Malaysia East Coast Rail Link

Chinese Contractor finances US$13 Billion for 600km Malaysia East Coast Rail Link

Chinese Contractor finances US$13Billion for 600km Malaysia East Coast Rail Link The Malaysia government have just published the proposed route for the Chinese-financed 600km East Coast Rail Link. The public have three months to comment on the proposals. The East Coast Rail Link starts at Port Klang on...
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 African Development Bank funds US$600 Million Bagamoyo to Mombasa Highway

 African Development Bank funds US$600 Million Bagamoyo to Mombasa Highway

 African Development Bank funds US$600 Million Bagamoyo to Mombasa Highway The construction of a the highway between Bagamoyo, Tanzania and Mombasa, Kenya along East African’s Coastline is now ready to go ahead following the finalising of plans. This transnational highway will comprise the rehabilitatio...
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Manitou Group recognized at the “Grands Prix de l’Export” awards ceremony in France

Manitou Group recognized at the “Grands Prix de l’Export” awards ceremony in France

Manitou Group recognized at the “Grands Prix de l’Export” awards ceremony in France The Manitou Group, global market leader in all-terrain handling equipment, has been awarded the “Pépite à l’Export” prize at the “Grands Prix de l’Export” awards ceremony organized by BFM Business. This third edition rec...
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New rugged Cat MD6250 Blasthole Drill goes hi-tech, lowering ownership costs and improving drilling efficiency

New rugged Cat MD6250 Blasthole Drill goes hi-tech, lowering ownership costs and improving drilling efficiency

New rugged Cat MD6250 Blasthole Drill goes hi-tech, lowering ownership costs and improving drilling efficiency The new Cat® MD6250 Blasthole Drill delivers optimum drilling efficiency in single- and multi-pass applications for both rotary and down-the-hole (DTH) modes. Featuring automated operation, the...
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Foster + Partners wins Upper Orwell Crossings Competition in Ipswich, UK

Foster + Partners wins Upper Orwell Crossings Competition in Ipswich, UK

Foster + Partners wins Upper Orwell Crossings Competition in Ipswich, UK Ipswich is set to see two new river crossings designed by Foster + Partners, together with the comprehensive refurbishment of an existing lock, enhancing connectivity in the heart of town. The project, which will create new routes...
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20km Kerch Strait Bridge to link Russia and Crimea is well underway

20km Kerch Strait Bridge to link Russia and Crimea is well underway

20km Kerch Strait Bridge to link Russia and Crimea is well underway Contractor SGM-Bridge (Stroygazmontazh Group) is constructing the 20km Kerch Strait Link connecting Crimea to the Krasnodar region on the Russian mainland. Work commenced in 2015, and due for completion in 2018, at an estimated cost of...
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1.7km Tunnel through Norwegian mountain creates a short cut for Ships

1.7km Tunnel through Norwegian mountain creates a short cut for Ships

1.7km Tunnel through Norwegian mountain creates a short cut for Ships The Norwegian Coastal Administration is planning the world’s first full-scale ship tunnel to allow vessels to travel through a mountain rather than navigate the treacherous waters of the Stadhavet Sea the most exposed, and most danger...
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Arup JV for reconstruction and extension of Lhasa Gonggar International Airport in Tibet

Arup JV for reconstruction and extension of Lhasa Gonggar International Airport in Tibet

Arup JV for reconstruction and extension of Lhasa Gonggar International Airport in Tibet The Bureau of Civil Aviation Administration of China in the Tibet Autonomous Region has appointed a joint venture of UK and Chinese consulting engineers – Arup and Beijing Zhonghang Zhucheng to provide profess...
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China Harbour Engineering Company starts work on Zimbabwe's Beitbridge to Chirundu Highway Project

China Harbour Engineering Company starts work on Zimbabwe’s Beitbridge to Chirundu Highway Project

China Harbour Engineering Company starts work on Zimbabwe’s Beitbridge to Chirundu Highway Project Work on the first phase of the US$ 2.7 Billion 900-kilometre dual carriageway Beitbridge-Harare-Chirundu Highway Project is expected to commence this month with the first phase from Beitbridge to Har...
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Arup and Mabey Bridge launch first plastic modular footbridge in Oxford, England

Arup and Mabey Bridge launch first plastic modular footbridge in Oxford, England

Arup and Mabey Bridge launch first plastic modular footbridge in Oxford, England The world’s first modular glass-fibre reinforced plastic bridge has been installed over a railway line in Oxford. Arup, with Mabey becoming the first licensed distribution partner, has designed the post-tensioned footbridge...
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