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How cattle, competency and character made contractor Turner Reed a Texas institution
How this Pa. contractor journeyed from dairy farm to excavation at a “high degree of skill”
Jon Claycomb ran the family dairy farm for four years and expected to remain a farmer for the rest ...
Moving dirt—and rivers—all part of Kissner G.C.’s sterling reputation
People like to say heavy equipment contractors move mountains. Bryan Kissner has. Not only mountains, but rivers, too. In the ...
How contractors can get disaster cleanup work in the Midwest flood recovery efforts
This year’s widespread flooding in March from record precipitation and snow melts has left Midwesterners struggling to clean up ...
Equipment World wins Best Issue Neal Award for “Death by Trench”
The staff of Equipment World has won a Jesse H. Neal Award for its June issue, featuring the cover ...
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In the construction industry, businesses are using GPS tracking devices for more than keeping an eye on the vehicles used to transfer materials, crews and other goods. Construction companies, equipment leasing firms and equipment manufacturers can also benefit from installing GPS devices on non-powered and powered assets, which can range from tools to generators to heavy machinery.
Cal Poly MBA student named HCSS Construction Intern of the Year
Kent Beecham won the top honor at the fourth annual Construction Intern Awards presented by construction software developer HCSS. Beecham, ...
Would a temporary visa program for foreign construction workers lead to lower wages?
The Associated General Contractors of America Wednesday came out in favor of a bill that would establish a temporary ...
Ohio’s Shrock Premier Custom Constructors is our 2019 Contractor of the Year
Joseph Shrock, owner of Shrock Premier Custom Construction in Loudonville, Ohio, was named Equipment World’s 2019 Contractor of the ...
Strong construction market to continue with rising equipment sales, no recession, reports Wells Fargo
Optimism among contractors, equipment dealers, rental companies and equipment manufacturers remains high, and executives at Wells Fargo predict 2019 ...
Komatsu America buys TimberPro forestry equipment
Komatsu America has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire TimberPro, which has headquarters in Shawano, Wisconsin. The acquisition is ...
Calif. high-speed rail bites the bullet, Texas project still on track
California’s much hyped, much criticized high-speed bullet train has run off the rails, and the reasons why make interesting ...
Ariz.’s Steffey Excavating built on a refusal to be denied
Dan Steffey had the job. His boss just didn’t know it yet. Two weeks earlier, he and his family had ...
PCA construction industry forecast: Main Street rock solid despite issues elsewhere
There’s good news amidst the confusion and uncertainty of the government shutdown and Wall Street market volatility: Main Street ...
Contractors optimistic about 2019, despite labor shortage, trade war
Most contractors expect to increase their hiring in 2019 and see a similar dollar volume in projects as they ...
Caltrans boosts efforts to help firms owned by women and minorities compete for federally funded contracts
Caltrans announced January 3 that the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has significantly increased the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Annual ...
Why Conn.’s VMS Construction sweats the small stuff
Emigrating from Portugal at age 15, Victor Serrambana Sr. went into construction in his newly adopted country at age ...
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Paving company flagger shot and killed on the job following argument
Cat’s new 299D2 XHP Land Management CTL is built for the brush
VIDEO: Liebherr’s cab-less 7XX concept dozer offers glimpse at “construction site of the future”
Volkswagen tests U.S. waters with debut of Tarok pickup with modular bed
Compact Track Loaders Treading Different Paths: Latest models redesigned for comfort, performance
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Prinoth debuts the Raptor 500, a monstrous—yet gentle—land-clearing carrier vehicle
by Wayne Grayson
Toyota, Kenworth unveil hydrogen-electric T680; 10 trucks slated for testing
by Tom Quimby
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Gehl launches the RT255, its largest radial-lift track loader
by Don McLoud
It’s on! Cat’s Global Operator Challenge will determine best operator in the world
by Tom Jackson
Prinoth unveils Panther T7R crawler carrier with huge productivity advantage, low O&O cost
by Wayne Grayson
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