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Mustang by Manitou Adds 1350RT Compact Track Loader to Lineup

A new small frame track loader from Mustang by Manitou brings a 1,350-lb. capacity option to customers in North America. The Mustang by Manitou 1350RT features an intuitive single joystick control, Level II FOPS and low maintenance engine for jobs from the construction site to the backyard.... Continue Reading...


Gleason Johndrow Deploys SDLG Wheel Loaders to Tackle Seasonal Applications

In the past, Gleason Johndrow Landscaping and Snow Management (Gleason Johndrow), a U.S.-based contracting company, had to rent construction equipment for snow removal projects. After purchasing 12 SDLG wheel loaders, the Massachusetts-based contractor now has a fleet that can wor... Continue Reading...


Equipment and Event Rental Revenue Forecast to Outpace Economic Growth

The equipment and event rental industry in North America is expected to finish the year with total revenue up 5.35 percent to $61.56 billion, the first time combined rental revenue for Canada and the United States has surpassed $60 billion, according to the latest forecast released by the American Rental Association (ARA).... Continue Reading...


Five New Kubota Tractors Awarded to Farmer Veteran Coalition Members

Kubota Tractor Corporation announced five new farmer veteran tractor recipients as part of its 2019 "Geared to Give" program in partnership with the Farmer Veteran Coalition (FVC). For the second year, Kubota honored five veterans, adding a fifth veteran ... Continue Reading...


When Treating Wintry Roads, Which Material Is Better: Salt or Sand?

Some of the more intense snowstorms and icefalls in decades have blasted the United States over the last few winters. Changes in the climate are often cited as the reason for today's extreme winter weather and has touched off a hot debate among scientists, politicians and average Americans.... Continue Reading...


Atlas Copco Power Technique Adds Two Vacuum Prime Centrifugal Pumps to Lineup

Atlas Copco Power Technique has introduced two high-flow pumps, the PAS 100 HFS T4F and PAS 150 HFS T4F vacuum prime centrifugal pumps to the market. These pumps offer several features and are efficient, extremely versatile equipment suitable for many industries, including construct... Continue Reading...


Pile Master Air Hammers Hit the Pile Driving Market

Foundation Hammers LLC has breathed new life into the Pile Master air hammer line. Originally designed for the dock building industry, the product line has been expanded to suit the entire pile driving industry.... Continue Reading...


'Burgh Looks to Put a 'Cap' Over Busy I-579

A unique bridge/city park project is currently under way in downtown Pittsburgh, Pa. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is managing the construction of the "Cap" Project — the I-579 Urban Connector — for the Sports & Exhibition Authority (SEA).... Continue Reading...


Hills Machinery Company Announces New Partnership With Prophet Equity II LP

Hills Machinery Company LLC announced Nov. 8 that it has partnered with Prophet Equity II LP to make an equity investment to acquire an interest in Hills Machinery. Headquartered in Columbia, S.C., with seven locations that serve North and South Carolina, Hills is one of the largest Ca... Continue Reading...


Power Curbers Introduces Next Generation: The 5700-D

Power Curbers, makers of the 5700 Series, introduced the next generation of the 5700. In January 2020 the 5700-D replaces the 5700-C as the "one machine solution" for concrete slipform applications. The 5700-D excels in curbing, sidewalk, barrier, ditches, paving, tunnel, agricultural and ... Continue Reading...


Voters Approve Nearly 90 Percent of Transportation Investment Ballot Measures

On Nov. 5, voters in 19 states sent a decisive message of support for transportation investment, approving almost 90 percent of 305 state and local transportation ballot measures. In total, the 270 approved initiatives are expected to generate more than $9.6 billion in one-time and recurring revenue, according to the analysis conducted by the American Road & Transportation B... Continue Reading...


Time Has Come to Usher in the New With Charlestown Bridge Replacement

Having served motorists for more than a century, Boston's historic North Washington Street Bridge is nearing its end. Efforts are under way to replace the structure with a new bridge designed for the 21st century, at a cost of $200 million.... Continue Reading...


Maintenance: Operation & Storage in Cold Weather Climates

Winter is coming. Whether you plan on using your equipment or storing it away for the season, it is critical the machines are properly prepared. Use this guide to help make sure your equipment starts right back up when springtime blooms.... Continue Reading...


Phase One of Texas Capitol Complex Takes Shape

Surrounded by cranes, skid steers and a steady stream of trucks, crews are working seven days a week on a more than half-billion-dollar project that will centralize all state agencies in Austin. In addition to the construction of two new office buildings and an urban space, Phase One of the Texas Capitol Complex includes five levels of underground parking, requiring a more than... Continue Reading...


McCarthy Builds New School in Honor of Pat Tillman

In Phoenix, work is underway on a new school bearing the name of one of the nation's most revered American heroes. Pat Tillman Middle School will include a nearly 70,000 sq.-ft. building with 42 new classrooms, administrative offices, STEM learning flex space and two new laboratories.... Continue Reading...


Walsh, Stantec Build $135M Complex for California Military

A new $135M consolidated California Military Department complex is being built in Rancho Cordova, Calif., for all branches of the department. The 285,000-sq.-ft,. multi-building campus will be home to all of the California Military Department's "four pillars": the California Army National Guard, California Air National Guard, California State Military Reserve and Ca... Continue Reading...


Multi-Tasking Sennebogen 818 Does Double Duty for Motor-Breaking Facility at John Zubick Limited

After 70 years in the scrap metals business, John Zubick Limited recently continued its ongoing quest for diversification with a new line of non-ferrous processing. The family firm, now in its third generation, has a history of exploring new ideas and business opportunities, and for investing in new equipment to put their ideas into action.... Continue Reading...


How New Construction Pros Prevent Costly Curb Box Damage Due to Acidic Soil

For new construction projects in areas with acidic soils, keeping curb boxes in good working order is critical to avoid compromised water service, angry customers and costly repair and replacement. Traditionally, a curb box is composed of a metal tube that connects the cast iron base to a cast iron lid/cap.... Continue Reading...


Revisiting an Iconic Image in Construction

A WWII-era poster made in 1942 by Pittsburgh artist Howard Miller for the Westinghouse Company's War Production Coordinating Committee as part of a series to support the war effort has become an iconic image of female know-how and strength.... Continue Reading...


Beyond Workforce Development, Workforce Solutions

Are you tired yet of pulling from the same employment pool? If the answer is yes, then you are ready to explore the new world of veteran recruitment. If you think that you've tried it, it doesn't work for you or there is no one to recruit in your area, then you simply aren't up to date.... Continue Reading...





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