Construction Index Features

Sun August 25 2019

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Concrete

Computer modelling and 3D printing help formwork suppliers create complex bridge piers. And forget about on-site batching - fibre-reinforced concrete is now available on a roll.

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Earthmoving

Focus on earthmoving including: the return of the motor-scraper; why Mackoy is one to watch; and how one contractor is cutting wastage in Wantage

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Training & Recruitment

From the apprenticeship levy to under-resourced colleges to the inevitable Brexit debacle - UK construction's skills shortage looks likely to get worse before it gets better.

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Cladding

Rainscreen cladding supplier Vivalda defies the doom-mongers; and what to look out for when specifying louvres

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Health & Safety

Are health & Safety jobsworths a threat – to your health & safety? And why we should be focusing more on occupational health.

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Steel

Cleveland Bridge delivers six structures for the A14 improvement project, while ArcelorMittal rethinks the future of steel construction.

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Rail

We offer a critical look at rail construction workloads – and discover an army of rail enthusiasts who can out-perform the professionals.

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Piling

Groundforce holds back the tide at Dover Western Docks; and Central Piling heads north

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Safety

Technology is no panacea, but here are three ways in which it can make construction safer

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Attachments

Investment in specialist attachments has taken a waste company into demolition. Meanwhile a piling firm has launched a dedicated attachments division

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Plant Hire

New plant hire firms find their footing, LED light towers have a bright future and why “diesel is still king”.

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