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International Construction Magazine

12 issues per year View Reviews   |   Write Review Subscribe for free International Construction is the world’s only magazine for the global construction industry. Circulated to almost every country in the world, iC provides industry news, features, interviews and site reports. .. read more Having celebrated its 50th birthday in 2012, International Construction remains the benchmark by which other internationally circulated magazines are judged. It offers the largest circulation in the segment, unsurpassed editorial content and the high design standards of a
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International Construction  |  November-December 2022  


NEWS ROUND UP
US high-speed rail latest; OEM exits China; global mining sales; Qatar World Cup costs revealed.

NEWS IN PICTURES
Bauma Munich, Germany.

COUNTRY FOCUS CHINA
Covid lockdowns and a crashing property market are the negatives, but there are also positive signs for construction in China, reports Catrin Jones.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK CHINA
Scott Hazelton crunches the hard data.

SUSTAINABLE ROAD BUILDING
A truly essential sector, Andy Brown looks at how road construction is boosting its green credentials. .. read more

INTERVIEW DOKA
Robert Hauser, CEO of Doka, tells Andy Brown about data, new markets, and sustainability goals.

CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
WEARABLES
Catrin Jones investigates what’s available now, and what the future could bring.

CONSTRUCTION TECH NEWS
Billions for BIM; tech that’s out of this world.

INTERVIEW TRACKUNIT
Soeren Brogaard, CEO of Trackunit, tells Andy Brown why data is king for construction.

WORLD OF CONCRETE
Essential show guide for US-based January event.

SUPPLY CHAINS
Catrin Jones looks at how the industry can tackle the supply chain problems plaguing the sector.

PROJECT SPOTLIGHT
Sweden’s testbed for emission-free construction.  read less
International Construction is the world’s only magazine for the global construction industry. Circulated to almost every country in the world, iC provides industry news, features, interviews and site reports. Having celebrated its 50th birthday in 2012, International Construction remains the benchmark by which other internationally circulated magazines are judged. It offers the largest circulation in the segment, unsurpassed editorial content and the high design standards of a
consumer magazine.
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Below is a selection of articles in International Construction November-December 2022.

COMMENT It is, so the song goes, the most wonderful time of the year. For me personally it has been a time of travel: Bauma Munich, Trimble Dimensions in Las Vegas, followed by the Bentley Systems ye...
TOP HIGHLIGHTS > RUSSIA EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has announced that the EU could seize €300 billion (US$316 billion) of Russian Central Bank reserves and put it towards rebuilding Uk...
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT PHOTOS: ADOBE STOCK Visit www.khl.comfor your daily fix of all construction related news The share of women in construction in the US has hit a record high, according to the B...
SKILLS SHORTAGE WHAT'S HAPPENING? The skills shortage is nothing new, but firms are increasingly worried about it – the number of companies mentioning labour shortages in their filings globally increased by 28% in 2022 compared to 2...
QATAR’S WORLD CUP COSTS The estimated cost of hosting the Qatar World Cup is £177.826 billion (US$208 billion), according to research by Alliance Fund. This is equivalent to 112% of the nation’s annual Gross Domestic Produ...
WHAT IT MEANS The construction industry needs to work harder to attract younger and ‘new’ people into the industry, those that have previously been underrepresented. A study by McKinsey showed that half of the i...

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