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‘Optimism bias’ often brings Muskrat Falls-style cost overruns, inquiry into trouble dam project told

An economics expert pointed to hydroelectric projects as particularly susceptible to delays and budget problems, adding that dams built worldwide since the 1950s have ended up costing an average of 96 per cent more than budgeted

New bridge collapses into river hours after opening in rural Saskatchewan

The newly-built bridge opened to traffic Friday morning. By 4:30 p.m. the same day the central section of the deck had collapsed into the Swan River

Construction crews near finish line on two-tower project that will be Toronto’s tallest outside downtown core

As a growing population and hot housing market continue to drive up density, the trend toward more, as well as higher, residential towers continues unabated
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Florence’s deluge testing South Carolina infrastructure

Torrential rains from the hurricane put dams across the state to the test, just three years after devastating flooding wreaked havoc on the long-neglected infrastructure » Read More

Volvo rolls out new electric wheel loader prototype

The LX2 is powered by a lithium-ion battery as opposed to a combustion engine and can run for about eight hours during normal operation » Read More

Kinshoffer grapples offer precision, longevity

D-Series grapples are available for 4,400-pound to 176,000-pound excavators, and feature pressure relief valves and a perforated shell design, as well as a non-return valve designed to keep the load secured if a pressure drop occurs » Read More

Demag releases AC 45 City compact crane

The crane has a length of 8.69 metres, a height of 3.16 metres and a base boom of 7.8 metres, as well as an IC-1 Plus control system and fully roadable unit with a maximum weight of 34 tonnes » Read More

P3 2018

Date: November 5-6
Location: Toronto, ON
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