At Volvo Construction Equipment we are driven by the idea that through imagination, hard work and technological innovation we will lead the way towards developing a world that is cleaner, smarter, and more connected. We believe in a sustainable future. And with the global construction industry as our arena, we work together with our customers to turn this belief into reality for people everywhere. Learn more about our projects and how they all reflect the way we build tomorrow.The Building Tomorrow Project The Megaproject Listing The Building Tomorrow Stories
The Building Tomorrow Project is a global program that brings Volvo CEs social good activities under a single, cohesive platform to amplify our existing projects, raise awareness and encourage more action around ongoing social issues.Explore all projects
A steady 43 years in the same area; until hurricanes Irma and Michael paid a visit. Karen and her mother Irene can now look forward to moving into that same neighborhood again.Read the article
In the course of just a few months right after Hurricane Michael, Janeen had lost everything. Now she sees a light at the end of the tunnel - a new home.Read the article
Hurricane Michael hit Panama City, Florida, in October 2018. Almost two years later, the recovery work is still ongoing and helping hands are much-needed.Read the article
In the Megaproject Listing we attempt to show the bigger picture, as well as casting a light onto the details – that together help make enormously complex construction projects successful – and help to build the world we want to live in. The series is always on the lookout for new trends, new technologies and exciting developments – whom together improve quality, safety and environmental care – principles that lie at the core of Volvo Construction Equipment value system.Read the articles
One thousand operators are working on an important segment of the New Silk Road in Kazakhstan. We met Gaziz Dusekenov whose love for excavators has had an impact on a new generation.
"I love working in the beautiful nature here", says Gaziz Dusekenov. He is one of the 1,000 operators who are currently constructing the New Silk Road in kazakhstan.
More than two thousand operators, with one thousand machines, spread out along a distance of more than 600 kilometres. These are the conditions at the construction site in Kazakhstan.
Sustainability is a word that is closely linked to the famous ICEHOTEL in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden. With the help of fuel-efficient Volvo machines, the hotel has used and fine-tuned a natural process of building with snow and ice from the nearby river.Read the article
In Qatar, located on the Northeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, a city of the future is taking form. With its rapidly increasing population, the State of Qatar is turning 38 km² of desert landscape into a sustainable, green city built for work, play and recreation.Read the article