September 1999
International Construction;Sep99, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on developments in the international construction industry as of September 1999. Includes Hochtief AG's plan to compete again for an airport project in Berlin, Germany; Acquisition by United States-based Terex Equipment of mobile crushing and screening manufacturer Cedarapids from Raytheon Co.; Plan of Spanish construction firm Grupo Dragados to increase its market presence in Portugal. INSETS: Intermat news.;In brief..


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