How to build a hydroelectric plant at temperature – 40 º C ?

In the construction of the 824 MW Muskrat Falls hydroelectric power station in Labrador, Canada, extreme cold is a particular challenge. Temperatures as low as -40°C are not uncommon at the site. These conditions require accuracy and expertise at the highest level in terms of planning and implementation. To meet these challenges, Doka is providing the formwork solutions and is setting new standards with its innovative Concremote system […]

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Global Construction 2030: Key economic developments driving the construction Outlook

We all love to know what will be the evolution of construction in all countries the world over the next fifteen years. This is what has been proposed Global Construction Summit with these interesting thoughts […]

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Will New Technology will change the face of Construction?

In any case, the construction sector should also be aware of technologies that lead to our personal lives. From here you can leave future innovations […]

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A new era for public transportation in Scotland: Forth Replacement Crossing 2017

Update on September 21, 2016, Construction Enquirer: Queensferry bridge sets record as longest free-standing cantilever Contractors building the £1.3bn Queensferry Crossing have set a new record by creating the the longest free-standing cantilever in the world at 644m. The structure will become the longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge in the world. The bridge deck sections are edging closer and closer by […]

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