November 30, 2021

DECEMBER HEADLINES: Construction News and Insights


Curated news from the construction industry:

(this page will be updated throughout the month of December, 2021)

"Investment in Construction Tech Hits Record Levels"

From Construction Technology: Investment in construction technology startups reached $4.5 billion in 2021, which is triple the amount of money invested in 2020. READ MORE.

"Mvule Gardens, Africa’s Largest 3D Printed Affordable Housing Project"

From 3D Printing Media Network: Slated for construction in 2022, Mvule Gardens in Kilifi, Kenya, will be one of the largest 3D-printed affordable housing complexes in the world. READ MORE

"2022 World Cup stadium built out of shipping containers"

From Construction Dive: The 2022 World Cup will feature a stadium made of 974 shipping containers.  After the tournament, it will likely be  repurposed into several smaller venues. READ MORE

"Judge Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors"

From AP News: A federal judge blocked President Joe Biden’s administration from enforcing a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for employees of federal contractors. READ MORE

"Out of this world: Komatsu Developing Technology for Construction in Space"

From International Construction: Komatsu is partnering with the Japanese government to develop machines that can operate on the moon. READ MORE
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