Gorilla Hammers Assists Southern Pipeline With Job
Founded by husband and wife team Eddie and Joyce Blair 40 years ago, Southern Pipeline Construction has built its business on serving water and electric utilities in Louisville, Ky., and the surrounding area.
Over the past 40 years, the company has become a loyal Case Construction Equipment customer; the company's Case machines range from backhoes, track loaders, and compact excavat
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I-95 Corridor Update Aims to Cure Traffic Headaches
Anyone who has ever had to drive into or out of Washington, D.C., in particular along the I-95 corridor, has experienced the almost mind-numbing traffic backups and delays common to the area.
Bumper-to-bumper traffic can be found at every compass point in and around the city, particularly on weekdays.
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Komatsu’s KOMTRAX Mobile App Aims to Revolutionize Asset Monitoring
Komatsu America Corp. has introduced a new mobile App that allows owners to see critical machine information from the KOMTRAX® fleet monitoring system on their Apple or Android smart phones or tablet devices. Building on the past decade of Komatsu’s KOMTRAX technology, the new KOMTRAX App gives owners access to this critical information anytime and anywhere in daily, weekly or monthly time incr
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OAIMA Hosts Annual Meeting, Trade Show
Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association's (OAIMA) held its annual meeting and trade show at the Hilton at Easton in Columbus, Ohio, on Nov. 13 and 14.
OAIMA President Tony Price of National Lime & Stone Company welcomed attendees and provided opening comments during the general session, which was followed by comments from OAIMA Executive Director, Pat Jacomet and Jerry Wray
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Research Lab Aims to Change Building Methods
RICHBURG, S.C. (AP) The insurance industry hopes a 21,000-sq.-ft. lab in rural South Carolina can help revolutionize the way homes are built and stem the cost of Mother Nature's disasters.
Officials at the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety say the wake of destruction left by hurricanes, wildfires and other natural disasters can be greatly reduced with construction cho
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Mine Expansion to Claim Vital Iron Range Highway
VIRGINIA, Minn. (AP) A key stretch of U.S. Highway 53 must be removed by 2017 to make way for the expansion of a taconite ore mine, based on the terms of an agreement the state struck with a mining company in 1960.
“We've got to move it because the state of Minnesota signed a contract with the mining company back then,'' said Sen.
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Blastcrete Gunite Attachment Adds Convenience, Maneuverability
Blastcrete Equipment Company's H-020 gunite attachment gives shotcrete contractors a powerful rotary gunite machine that attaches easily to any skid steer, requires less compressed air and saves space on job sites. The easy-to-operate machine delivers precise material control for projects including concrete repair, soil stabilization and refractory lining applications.
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