Electrified Construction Equipment Gaining Momentum

Electrified Construction Equipment Gaining Momentum

Electrification has been increasing in most market segments as of late, including the construction equipment industry. This has been due to the necessary technologies becoming more mature and affordable—aided by their development and use in the on-road segment—as well...
Fuel Cell Drone to Inspect Pipelines – 50 Miles at a Time

Fuel Cell Drone to Inspect Pipelines – 50 Miles at a Time

It was just last November that we heard how a group of companies used a hydrogen fuel cell drone to deliver medical samples across a 43-mile (69-km) stretch of ocean. Now, some of the same players are planning to use the same drone for long-distance pipeline...
Concrete + Glass House on the Limestone Bedrock of Mount Lebanon

Concrete + Glass House on the Limestone Bedrock of Mount Lebanon

karim nader studio has released new photos showcasing the ongoing construction of on the rocks, a concrete and glass house sitting on the limestone bedrock of faqra, lebanon, at 1,700 meters above sea level. the site, characterized by an almost lunar landscape with...
Making Concrete Pumpable

Making Concrete Pumpable

As concrete mixes become more complex in order to address ever-increasing needs for strength and durability and to meet environmental sustainability standards, concrete pumpers often face challenges when it comes to moving concrete through pump lines with the...
8 Ways 3D Printers Build Bigger

8 Ways 3D Printers Build Bigger

Not too long ago, additive manufacturers measured their workspace in centimeters. Today, they are printing rockets, boats, motor vehicles, small bridges, and a bunch of other products. While some of these objects are simply demonstrations to show what 3D printing can...