Co-Constructors are one of the hottest new technologies, but they have a long way to go before they become a mainstream option for construction companies.
A new wave of co-construction is coming to the fore.
According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, a group of automotive manufacturers, including Nissan and Mercedes-Benz, are building vehicles for construction.
The vehicles will use concrete construction as their main component.
In some cases, these vehicles could use both concrete and steel.
While concrete construction is becoming more common for construction vehicles, the use of concrete as the main component of construction vehicles has not been widely adopted by major automakers, as they are often more of a performance option for the consumer.
This is not the first time that concrete has been used in a vehicle to construct a building.
Earlier this year, a carmaker, Hyundai, announced a new car that uses concrete to construct its new sports utility vehicle.
Hyundai also said that it is planning to release a new compact SUV by the end of 2018.
The new car, called the M6, is set to use concrete to build a base.
The M6 will be the first Hyundai sports utility to be built using concrete.
However, Hyundai is not alone in this project.
BMW is also building a car that will use the same technology.
The BMW M3 will use an array of different materials to build its construction vehicle.
The vehicles are expected to hit the market in 2021.