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Volvo makes a splash in Colorado

Colorado-based contractor, Whinnery Construction is employing Volvo excavators to navigate the Animas River, ensuring safe passageway for whitewater enthusiasts.

Volvo paves the way for monumental work

With prestigious projects such as London’s Trafalgar Square and Wembley Stadium in its portfolio, the UK’s leading hard landscaping manufacturer is using Volvo equipment to help carve its...

Volvo brings German monument back to its best

Digging deep beneath one of Germany’s most prominent monuments is Volvo CE-equipped construction company, Kögel Bau, employing a fleet of machines to breathe life back into the landmark.

Processing productivity in Saudi Arabia

Family-owned company Saudi Dolomite is using Volvo Construction Equipment machines to increase productivity at its processing plant in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia.

Powering up waste disposal

With the help of Volvo excavators, a waste-to-energy facility in Pennsylvania is undertaking significant site improvement efforts to lay the foundation for enhanced site safety and...

World Environment Day:  construction cleans up its act

As World Environment Day approaches, Sasha Risler looks at how construction equipment manufacturers are cleaning up their act with climate-friendly innovations.

Gas powered prosperity in Asia Minor

Turkish pipeline contractor FERNAS Construction employs Volvo PL4809D rotating pipelayers on the Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) to bring Caspian gas from Azerbaijan through...

Tactical takedown

Things are looking up for Minnesota-based Rachel Contracting, thanks to a Volvo EC700CHR high reach excavator that is hard at work on a giant downtown demolition project.

Safety with no compromises

From nuclear facilities to creating habitats for albatrosses, no corners are cut with Northwest Demolition & Dismantling.

The iceman meets the volcano

What happens when some cool customers have to quarry some volcanic basalt? They call in Volvo, of course.

Reaching for higher demolition standards

Looking to raise safety standards in South Korea, demolition firm Sungdo Construction is leading by example, bringing down an unstable, old hospital with its Volvo ultra high-reach...

Volvo milks it in Germany

Volvo CE is helping Fehrbellin-based farmer, Rhinmilch, maintain its position as one of the most powerful dairy producers in the state of Brandenburg, Germany.

Volvo CE: safety is in our DNA

World Safety Day may only happen once a year, but at Volvo Construction Equipment, every day is a reason to work towards making the industry a safer place.

Giving haulers the personal touch

Customized by operators to be a mobile home-away-from-home, is Dutch contractor’s fleet of Volvo articulated haulers – on hand every hour of the day to support the small town of Andelst.

Fit for forestry

Custom-built Volvo excavators are helping drive a vital part of the New Zealand economy.

Down in the dumps!

A fleet of Volvo machines is busy removing an existing waste dump and constructing a new sanitary landfill in Lebanon.

Hands-on demolition

It might seem to many mothers that all 10 year old boys try to wreck their houses, but for Texan Lloyd Nabors he really did – starting a lifelong love of demotion, assisted with his loyal...

Volvo breathes life back into the Chesapeake Bay

Maryland Environmental Service is using a Volvo EC300E amphibious excavator to restore Poplar Island, a once diminishing remote island habitat in the Chesapeake Bay, North America.

Volvo transforms winter slumberland into year-round Icehotel

Sweden’s coolest holiday venue – the Icehotel – is now open 365 days a year thanks to a fleet of Volvo wheel loaders working in sub-zero temperatures.

Do you want ice with that?

Maintaining an ice road on Canada’s Knipple Glacier is the job of First Nations indigenous tribe company Tsetsaut Ventures.