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ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020: North America’s largest construction trade show

Do you remember the first time you experienced ConExpo-Con/Agg? You surely learned at least one hard lesson at that time. “Make sure you have some good...

GlobalData: Turkey’s construction industry to reach $230 billion

Turkey’s construction industry is expected to recover from its current slump and rise to US$230 billion in 2024, thanks to the government’s focus on...

UAE’s airport infrastructure investments hit $272.25bn

The UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has revealed that the nation has invested $272bn in airport infrastructure development projects until now, with investments...

Tall buildings in 2019: another record year

The year 2019 was remarkable for the tall building industry, as it saw 26 supertall buildings (300 metres or taller) completed, the most in any...

It is predicted that India’s construction industry is set to emerge as the third-largest...

Construction technology in India, despite its large-scale rollouts, remained rather sluggish in adopting new techniques and tools. However, it is the second-largest industry in...

New York, Chicago among the world’s 2019 ‘construction mega cities’

The U.S. metros of New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Las Vegas, San Francisco and Boston, according to Information...

Construction of new Phnom Penh airport on schedule

Construction of a new airport that will serve Phnom Penh is on track and could be completed as early as 2023, the developer said. Pung...

Dubai, London and New York are 2019’s ‘Construction Mega Cities’

GlobalData tracks large-scale construction projects in all sectors, and following a recent assessment of project pipelines in major cities worldwide, it has compiled a...

Construction of Mesob Tower in Ethiopia to begin

Construction of the Mesob Tower in Ethiopia is set to begin. Ethiopian Minister of Culture and Tourism Hirut Kassaw (Ph.D.) revealed the report and...

The Big 5: Will future buildings manage and fix themselves?

The building industry, which has historically lagged in terms of technology adoption, is beginning to have a dialogue on shifting from projects to products,...