The construction projects in Spirit Magazine’s new series ‘The Megaproject Listing’ do not just build and rebuild. They transform people’s lives. They improve connections between communities, enhance transportation and business, and construct smart and sustainable cities that will stand the test of time.
Volvo CE’s new series ‘The Megaproject Listing’ looks at some of the biggest, boldest and bravest construction projects around the globe from the complete overhaul of Interstate-4 in Florida to the relocation of the whole town of Kiruna, Sweden.
“We are thrilled to be launching our new campaign. These megaprojects showcase what the Volvo CE vision is all about – to build the world we want to live in. With the all-new Spirit Magazine, we aim to inspire our readers and bring them closer to some of the most impressive construction projects today”, says Tiffany Cheng, global external communications director at Volvo CE.
Volvo CE is driven by the idea that through imagination, hard work, and technological innovation, the company will lead the way towards developing a world that is cleaner, smarter and more connected. The megaprojects in Volvo CE’s new series embody this vision.
Launching ‘The Megaproject Listing’ and the new digital Spirit Magazine on October 17th, Volvo CE will continue to strengthen its presence and reach online. But fans of the printed magazine need not worry, they will still receive a copy of the re-launched publication twice a year.
“Spirit Magazine has been an important source of information in the industry, and thanks to the re-launch it will remain so in the years to come. We hope that our faithful readers will continue with us as we explore new megaprojects around the world and that they will be joined by new construction enthusiasts both within the industry and beyond”, says Tiffany Cheng.
The first episode of ‘The Megaproject Listing’ takes viewers to the complete reconstruction of Interstate-4 in Florida, which will transform one of the most dangerous roads in the United States into a state-of-the-art traffic corridor.