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Work Advances on $1.6B Auto Factory in Huntsville

In a construction milestone, crews have installed the first beam of the new, $1.6 billion Mazda Toyota plant in Huntsville, Ala. The erection of the manufacturing facility is well under way, with 2,500 workers projected to be on site by late summer.... Continue Reading...


Efficiency Production Unveils Octagon-Configured Aluminum Modular Build-A-Box Trench Shield

Efficiency Production, "America's Trench Box Builder," unveils the newest innovation to its Build-A-Box modular aluminum trench shielding system: a lightweight, aluminum Octagon Box. The Octagon Box is comprised of standard Build-A-Box aluminum panels, pinned in 135-degre... Continue Reading...


Volvo Launches Haul Assist With On-Board Weighing in North America to Optimize Hauler Loads

Volvo Construction Equipment continues to add to its portfolio of productivity services with the North American launch of Haul Assist, a system that shows how much material an articulated hauler has moved, providing operators data and real-time insights to help achieve optimal payloads and improv... Continue Reading...


Metso Acquires McCloskey to Accelerate Growth in Aggregates

Metso has signed an agreement to acquire McCloskey International, a Canadian mobile crushing and screening equipment manufacturer, to expand Metso's offering in the aggregates industry globally and to s... Continue Reading...


Work Continues on Final Section of I-69 Project

Work on the last section of an Indiana interstate project is underway. With an estimated cost of $1.5 billion, the 27-mi. I-69 Interstate extension to connect Indianapolis to Evansville is the most expensive of all six sections, coming with a price tag more expensive than all the previous five sections combined.... Continue Reading...


Ransome Attachments Brings Gyru-Star Screening Bucket to U.S.

Ransome Attachments has inked a deal to distribute the U.K.-based Gyru-Star compact screening bucket in the United States. The company anticipates strong demand, especially from its landscaping, forestry, pipeline and utility construction clients.... Continue Reading...


Genie Names New Sales Executives in North America

Terex AWP announced the appointment of Joshua Meyer to the role of Genie vice president of North American sales, as well as the promotions of Doug Evans and Rick Penkert as Genie regional vice pres... Continue Reading...


Mack Defense Presents U.S. Army with Keys to First M917A3 Heavy Dump Trucks

Mack Defense celebrated the official handover of the first five Mack Granite model-based M917A3 heavy dump trucks (HDT) to the U.S. Army during a ceremony at the Mack Customer Center. Leadership from Mack Defense presented the keys to officials with the U.S.... Continue Reading...


University of Delaware Invests $60M in Stadium Renovation, Athletic Center

In an effort to rebuild and reinvest in its sports facilities, officials at the University of Delaware (UD) are overseeing a stadium renovation and preparing for construction of a new athletic center. The projects are part of a $60 million initiative for athletics, one of the priorities of Delaware First: The Campaign for the University of Delaware.... Continue Reading...


Disaster Bill Provides $1.6B to FHWA Emergency Relief Program

President Donald Trump signed into law H.R. 2157 – the "Additional Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief Act of 2019" – on June 6 that provides $19.1 billion to cover recovery and other costsassociated with a series of catastrophic disasters that have struck the United States over the past three years.... Continue Reading...


Long-Awaited Project Begins in Western Maryland

A long-awaited design-build project has finally begun near Grantsville, Md., which is in Garrett County, the western-most part of the state. The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) project involves the realignment of U.S.... Continue Reading...


Largest Construction Contract in TNDOT History Now Under Way

The largest construction contract in Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) history is currently underway near Nashville, utilizing the unique process of rubblization, which is new to the area. According to the project website, the reconstruction of Interstate 440, from Interstate 40 to Interstate 24 in Davidson County, includes removing substandard pavement and providing three l... Continue Reading...


Husqvarna LP 9505 Boosts Productivity in Challenging Trenches

Husqvarna's LP 9505 is a powerful, easy-to-operate trench compactor that delivers productivity in demanding trench compaction jobs, according to the manufacturer. The LP 9505's high operating weight enables efficient compaction without vibration, from the initial static passes all the... Continue Reading...


John Deere 470G LC Excavator Now Features Grade Guidance Technology

Power and precision converge with the new grade guidance technology-equipped John Deere 470G LC excavators. First introduced for the 210G LCand 350G LC excavators, John Deere developed this solution in cooperation with Topcon Positioning Group.... Continue Reading...


Felling Trailers Implements Weld Standard

One of Felling Trailers Inc.'s core values is to be an innovative solutions provider which fosters a work environment that thrives on continuous improvement. As a trailer manufacturer known for quality that is second to none, it was an essential piece to its production process to create a... Continue Reading...


Genie 'Ask Me Anything' Event to Address New North American MEWP Standards

Genie invites customers to ask questions and get answers about the ANSI A92.22-2018 (United States) and CSA B354.7:17 (Canada) standards changes during its upcoming "Ask Me Anything" (AMA) event, June 10 to 14, 2019.... Continue Reading...


Kristin Parker Relishes Leadership Role at Ascendum

Ascendum Machinery general manager Kristin Parker didn't want to wear a suit every day. The buttoned-up apparel wasn't the only thing she found restricting. Her parents wore suits every day to banking and finance jobs.... Continue Reading...


Tight Environmental Restrictions Mark Haverhill Bridge $102M Reconstruction

A four-year project to widen and replace bridges for Interstate 495 north and south over the Merrimack River in Haverhill, Mass., began in September and will be completed in May 2022. The northbound portion of the bridge will be rebuilt before the existing portion is demolished and will be followed by the completion of the southbound portion.... Continue Reading...


Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Finds Traction in Snow-Removal Market

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas is showcasing its focus on equipment solutions for the snow-management market when it participates in the June 25 to 28 SIMA Snow and Ice Symposium in Grand Rapids, Mich.... Continue Reading...


Volvo Dig Assist Start and Load Assist Now Standard on Excavators and Wheel Loaders in North America

Volvo Construction Equipment continues to unlock the full productivity potential of its excavator and wheel loader lineup with its basic package of Dig Assist — Dig Assist Start — now standard on new EC220E to EC480E excavator models, and its Load Assist system now standard on new L15... Continue Reading...





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