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UK construction, refurbishment and fit out contractor, Gilbert-Ash, has been awarded a fit-out project on the British Embassy in Accra, Ghana.

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Finnish manufacturer Visedo has co-developed the world’s first hybrid electric horizontal drilling machine for groundwork applications, in conjunction with Dutch industrial drilling equipment manufacturer Normag.

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Clugston Construction, part of the privately-owned Clugston Group, has been awarded a place on the North- East Universities Major Capital Projects Framework, which will be used by five of the Region’s leading higher education institutions to deliver as much as £750m of building projects over the next six years.

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Biwater has been awarded a contract to deliver vital wastewater infrastructure for the city of Laayoune, which is home to around 40 per cent of the regional population in Southern Morocco

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The ultra-modern OVO Wroclaw complex comprises 50,000 square metres in Wroclaw, Poland. Designed by Gottesman-Szmelcman Architecture, with JSK Architekci as executive architects, this statement-making project is located near the historical market square and its inspiring rounded façade was made with DuPont™ Corian® hightech surface in Glacier White

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West Point Construction has added eight more custom Kubota KX057-4 excavators to the six bought from supplier BTE Plant Sales Ltd in July 2016

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A major new report has called for a moratorium on the construction of new tower blocks until their safety can be assured following the Grenfell tragedy

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Mabey has put its new robots to work at its Mabey Bridge site in Lydney, Gloucestershire. Forming one complete cell, the new robots support the manufacture of the Mabey Compact 200 (C200) – the world’s most widely used modular steel bridge

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Visitors to the 2017 Serpentine Pavilion in London’s Kensington Gardens will enjoy its spectacular effects unaware of the below ground water management solution provided by the sustainable drainage market-leader SDS. A rainwater cascade from the Pavilion’s arching tree-like roof canopy is a central feature of this year’s design by Burkina Faso architect Diébédo Francis Kéré.

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