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CECE Secretary General visits Volvo CE facilities in Eskilstuna

CECE Secretary General visits Volvo CE facilities in Eskilstuna

CECE (Committee for European Construction Equipment) recently met the experts at Volvo CE to discuss how technology and environmental change are shaping the future of the industry. The visit to Sweden this month of the Committee for European…
Impres performs first case studies in California

Impres performs first case studies in California

Case studies of the infrastructure projects California High Speed Rail and San Francisco AirTrain Extension have recently been completed in the research project Impres. Interviews along the projects’ value chains have provided valuable input…
Construction capable of transformational leap in sustainability, says climate panel

Construction capable of transformational leap in sustainability, says climate panel

Speakers at Construction Climate Challenge seminar, Reducing Carbon in Infrastructure Construction, call for coordinated industry value chain analysis to deliver step change in sustainable performance. The CONEXPO-CON/AGG exhibition in Las Vegas…
Impres project aims to reduce climate impact from infrastructure projects

Impres project aims to reduce climate impact from infrastructure projects

Infrastructure projects account for a large portion of the world’s CO2 emissions. One way to reduce the carbon impact is to implement sustainability requirements in the procurement process. The research project Implementation of Procurement…
Climate seminar asserts cost saving potential of carbon reduction on infrastructure construction

Climate seminar asserts cost saving potential of carbon reduction on infrastructure construction

Reducing carbon emissions in infrastructure construction doesn’t necessarily mean higher costs. In fact, at a recent Construction Climate Challenge (CCC) seminar, hosted by Volvo Construction Equipment, UK construction industry leaders discussed…
Construction Climate Challenge funds new environmental research

Construction Climate Challenge funds new environmental research

Two new research projects that aim to reduce CO2 emissions have been selected to receive funding from the Construction Climate Challenge initiative, hosted by Volvo Construction Equipment. The Construction Climate Challenge initiative (CCC),…