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DOTs Toss Aside Massive Snowfalls, Keep Roads Open

The job of getting heavy snow off the roads and freeways of western mountain states is an expensive, but essential process. While many operators of snowplows, spreaders, blowers and other equipment work seasonally, for the professionals in charge of maintaining that equipment, it's a year-round job.... Continue Reading...


ASLA President Releases Statement on U.N. Climate Action Summit

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) announced support for the goals of the 2019 UN Climate Action Summit in New York City to stop the increase in emissions by 2020 and dramatically reduce emissions to reach net-zero emissions by mid-century.... Continue Reading...


Manitowoc Introduces National Crane NBT60L Boom Truck

The Manitowoc Company has launched the NBT60L, the latest addition to its National Crane boom truck product line. This 60 ton product offering now features the longest boom length in i... Continue Reading...


Construction Employment Increases in 39 States, D.C. From August 2018 to 2019

Thirty-nine states added construction jobs between August 2018 and August 2019, while construction employment increased in 29 states from July to August, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of Labor Department data released Sept.... Continue Reading...


NCDOT Working to Remedy Hurricane Dorian's Destruction

When Hurricane Dorian struck North Carolina's Cape Hatteras region (Dare and Hyde counties) on the evening of Sept. 6 as a Category 1 storm, it caused considerable damage to coastal towns, homes and businesses, along with vital highway and road infrastructure.... Continue Reading...


Allen Introduces MSP475 Riding Trowel

Allen, a leader in concrete finishing equipment, announced the debut of the MSP475 riding trowel. The new power steering machine is a mechanically-driven, 8 ft. class ride-on power trowel that is powered by a powerful 57 hp Kubota liquid-cooled gasoline engine.... Continue Reading...


Women in Construction: Maymead's Mary Katherine Harbin

Mary Katherine Harbin's start in the construction industry can be effectively traced to three centuries ago, when a British monarch long-forgotten by the history books ceded a farm in northeast Tennessee to her ancestors.... Continue Reading...


JCB 19C-1E Electric Mini Excavator Now Available In North America

JCB announced the availability of the 19C-1E, the company's first fully electric mini excavator, to customers in the United States and Canada. The 2-ton (1.9-t) 19C-1E is ideally suited to construction and excavation applications within enclosed or urban job sites, or noise- and emissions-sensitive env... Continue Reading...


Industry Veteran Chris Deason Joins Yoder & Frey

As part of the continued development and market expansion, Chris Deason has joined Yoder & Frey (Y&F) to strengthen the team, to focus on the development of the business footprint in the USA, establishing new business relationships, recruiting talent and catapul... Continue Reading...


GDOT's $800M Project to Reduce Congestion in Atlanta

Since construction began in February 2017 on the Georgia Department of Transportation's $800 million Transform 285/400 design-build-finance project, the developer North Perimeter Contractors LLC (NPC) has been making steady progress toward construction completion in late 2020.... Continue Reading...


Enhancements to Cat Half-Lane Cold Planers Improve Operation, Service

Caterpillar Inc. has announced updates to the PM620, PM622, PM820, PM822 and PM825 half-lane cold planers. These milling machines now meet U.S. EPA Tier IV Final and EU Stage V emission standards powered by a fuel-efficient Cat C18 turbocharged, 6-cylinder diesel engine.... Continue Reading...


Purdue Using Sensors to Track Lifecycle of Concrete

A team of Purdue University engineers is using roadway sensors to compile data on "concrete maturity" during select highway patching and paving projects — a project that seeks to establish "evidence-based recommendations" on the optimal time to re-open highways to traffic once construction activity is completed.... Continue Reading...


Doosan Portable Power Launches Online Parts Store

Doosan Portable Power has launched an online parts store — DoosanPortableParts.com. The new site offers easy online ordering and fast delivery of more than 15,000 parts for Doosan air compressors, generators, light towers and light compaction equipment.... Continue Reading...


Caterpillar Introduces Updates to the PM310, PM312 and PM313 Cold Planers

Caterpillar Inc. announced new updates to the PM310, PM312 and PM313 cold planers. The PM300 Series is ideal for small-to-medium job sites where compact dimensions, optimum maneuverability and high production capabilities are required.... Continue Reading...


New Bridges Part of $3B I-94 MDOT Project

As part of its $3 billion I-94 Modernization Project, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is demolishing and reconstructing 14 bridges in Detroit in advance of the main work via the Advanced Bridges program between 2019 and 2022 to help minimize the traffic impact of the construction on local residents and businesses when the main project gets underway.... Continue Reading...


Use of Recycled Asphalt Reaches New High

Asphalt pavements are the most consistently recycled material in the United States. Every day as part of maintenance and improvement projects, old asphalt pavement material is reclaimed from roads and parking lots and then put back to use in new pavements.... Continue Reading...


Ditch Witch JT24 Directional Drill Packs Power, Durability, Stability

The evolution of Ditch Witch horizontal directional drills (HDD) continues with the launch of its newest drill, the JT24. Compact and powerful, the JT24 offers best-in-class stability and a modern design for ease of use in congested urban and residential job sites, according to the manufact... Continue Reading...


Komatsu Introduces PC2000-11 Hydraulic Excavator

Komatsu America's PC2000-11 hydraulic excavator is equipped with an EPA Tier IV Final certified engine and has more horsepower and a new engine-pump control for faster cycle times and improved multifunction performance.... Continue Reading...


Cat COMMAND for Compaction Helps Contractors Achieve Compaction Quality

Caterpillar announced the release of Cat COMMAND for Compaction, an operator-assisted technology that automates the soil compaction process and helps contractors achieve compaction quality. The COMMAND for Compaction system is available for use on select Cat vibratory soil compactors as a d... Continue Reading...


$830M Toledo HBI Plant Will Create Jobs, Boost Economy

Considered the largest construction project in the Great Lakes, the new Cleveland-Cliffs hot briquetted iron (HBI) plant in Toledo, Ohio, is already being described as a landmark facility. When it opens next year, the $830 million plant will have the nominal capacity to produce 1.9 million metric tons of HBI per year.... Continue Reading...





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