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Augmented Reality Comes to Construction Industry

Augmented reality, often considered merely gaming technology, is coming to the construction industry. In 2015, a close-knit team in Palo Alto, Calif., founded Grid Raster Inc., a provider of cloud-based XR platforms that power high-performance and scalable AR/virtual reality/mixed reality experiences on mobile devices.... Continue Reading...


Out on the Limb Tree Service Finds Stability With Black Splitter S2 800

Out on the Limb Tree Service LLC has built up a large contingent of trucks and equipment over its 21 years in business, but the acquisition of a Black Splitter S2 800 cone splitter from Ransome Attachments in 2018 has brought a new level of versatility to this tree service... Continue Reading...


Glen O. Hawbaker Celebrates Route 322 Project Milestone

A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) project involving the realignment of Route 322 is nearing completion near the village of Potters Mills. A ribbon-cutting was held on Nov. 9, 2020.... Continue Reading...


Wiregrass Uses Spray Paver to Expedite Freeway Work

Have you ever wondered where the water goes when you are driving in the rain on the freeway? When driving on a similar rainy day on city streets and county roads, drivers often experience considerable splash, spray and sometimes hydroplaning.... Continue Reading...


Bridging the Gap: MD 39's Replacement

The Maryland Department of Transportation's State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) currently is working on a $8.8 million bridge replacement project on MD 39 (Hutton Road) at the crossing of the Youghiogheny River in Crellin, which is in Garrett County.... Continue Reading...


Latest COVID-Related Stimulus Package Includes Revised PPP Loan

Last month, President Trump signed into law the Consolidated Appropriations Act (the "CAA") federal stimulus package. During the week of Jan. 10, 2021, the Small Business Administration (SBA) launched a new round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans tailored to small businesses hit by the coronavirus pandemic.... Continue Reading...


NTEA Forms Fleet Advisory Council

NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry announced the formation of the Fleet Advisory Council, composed of innovative and forward-thinking fleet leaders who will provide perspective and guidance on Association resources for the work truck community.... Continue Reading...


Case Hosts Live/Interactive Webcast on Preparing Construction Equipment for Busy Season

Case Construction Equipment will host a live and interactive Case Earthmover webcast on Feb. 3, 2021, at 10 a.m. Central on preparing construction equipment for optimal productivity and uptime for the upcoming construction season.... Continue Reading...


Astec Announces Expanded Distribution With Road Machinery & Supplies Co.

Astec Industries announced that Road Machinery & Supplies Co. (RMS) has expanded its distribution to include Astec brands ... Continue Reading...


Buyers Products Appoints Mike Miller New Director of Engineering

Buyers Products, a manufacturer of work truck equipment, appointed Mike Miller as its new director of engineering. Scott Moorman, the previous director of the engineering department, will stay with the company as director of snow and ice.... Continue Reading...


Houston's $1.3B Project Nears Completion

The reconstruction of U.S. 290 in Houston (My 290), a $1.3 billion project, recently attained substantial completion and is providing immediate relief for commuters and commercial drivers in this growing metropolitan region.... Continue Reading...


Yellowhouse Promotes Kritser to Sr. Veep, Director of Sales

Yellowhouse Machinery recently announced the promotion of John (Bub) Kritser, Jr. to senior vice president and director of sales, according to a news release. Kritser most recently served as division sales manager in Tulsa, Okla., for Yellowhouse's Oklahoma dealerships before ... Continue Reading...


Built Robotics Aspires to Automatize Industry

Demand in the construction industry has remained steady since the pandemic began, but productivity has slowed continuously over recent years, in part because skilled equipment operators are hard to find.... Continue Reading...


Karen Wuerfl Joins Tenna's Advisory Board of Directors

Tenna, a construction technology platform, announced the addition of Karen Wuerfl to the advisory board of directors. Wuerfl is a senior operations/technology executive and leader who has spent her entire career in the construction industry.... Continue Reading...


Case Wins Good Design Award for Design of 'Project Zeus'

Case Construction Equipment has earned a 2020 Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and Metropolitan Arts Press for "Project Zeus": the Case 580 EV (electric vehicle) backhoe loader — the world's first electric backhoe.... Continue Reading...


Garney Construction Tests New Smart Device to Protect Workers From Heat Stress

Garney Construction, based in North Kansas City, Mo., with a singular focus on water and wastewater construction, is interested in keeping its employee-owners as safe as possible on the job. Recently, the company added a new element to its already robust safety programs by testing new wearable technology smart devices.... Continue Reading...


Granite Makes Major Repairs on Interstate 5

A driver traveling north on I-5 from Seattle toward the Canadian border might note the variety of transportation arteries that surround this busy interstate. The heavy truck traffic rolling out of the Port of Seattle carries cargo out of container ships docked from around the world.... Continue Reading...


R&L Excavating Assists in Wildfire Recovery

Robert Leininger, president of R&L Excavating Inc. of Sweet Home, Ore., bought his first piece of equipment — a front end loader — from Feenaughty Machinery Co. in Eugene about two years ago.... Continue Reading...


Kenworth T680 FCEV Climbs to Pikes Peak Summit

A new Kenworth video features the zero emissions Kenworth T680 fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) on the road to the 14,115-foot summit of Pikes Peak in Colorado. Kenworth became the first company to reach the summit of "America's Mountain" with a Class 8 fuel cell electric vehicle.... Continue Reading...


Versatile Grove GRT655L for Shipbuilder Albwardy Damen

Albwardy Damen, a specialist shipbuilding and ship repair company in the Middle East, has added a GRT655L to its collection of Grove rough-terrain cranes used at its facilities across the United Arab Emirates (UAE).... Continue Reading...