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Matt Cranage to Head LiuGong NA Sales & Business Development

LiuGong NA has appointed Paul Cranage as its senior manager of sales and business development. Working from LiuGong NA headquarters in Katy, Texas, Cranage is in charge of new dealer recruitment and training, LiuGong's dealer portal initiative and industry and performance reporting.... Continue Reading...


Report: Poor Infrastructure Grades, Again

Every four years, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) produces a comprehensive report grading various zones of infrastructure on both the national and statewide levels. Although infrastructure often goes overlooked or is even taken for granted altogether, it remains our country's lifeblood and serves as the foundation upon which our daily lives a... Continue Reading...


Construction Employment Increases in 42 States From June 2018 to 2019

Forty-two states added construction jobs between June 2018 and June 2019, while construction employment increased in 30 states from May to June, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of Labor Department data released July 19.... Continue Reading...


Ritchie CEO Reflects on Career at Iconic Auctioneer

After five years as chief executive officer, Ravi Saligram is leaving Ritchie Bros. a much different company than when he started. No longer just a pure live auction company, Ritchie Bros. is now an industry-leading multichannel asset management and disposition company, offering custo... Continue Reading...


Company Upgrades Jaw Crusher to Meet Demand

Herman's Trucking and Recycling is a thriving, family owned business. Founded by Herman Steljes, the company currently is managed by Nick Rader, Herman's grandson, who works alongside his mother, Marilyn, whom he credits for being the brains behind the organization.... Continue Reading...


Preserving Arlington Memorial Bridge

As one of the largest transportation projects in National Park Service history, the rehabilitation of Arlington Memorial Bridge will dramatically improve the ceremonial entrance to the nation's capitol.... Continue Reading...


ARTBA Presents National Public-Private Partnership Awards

The Central I-70 Project in Denver, the nation's largest consolidated rental car center at Los Angeles International Airport, U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Build America Bureau Executive Director Morteza Farajian and Yale University graduate Ali Lauzon have been recognized as models of excellence in innovative transportation finance and leadership by the American Road & Tr... Continue Reading...


Road Widening, Bridge Construction Under Way in Weymouth, Abington, Mass.

MassDOT is overseeing a road widening and bridge reconstruction project in Weymouth and Abington, Mass., that will widen and repave 4 mi. of Route 18 and replace a bridge that runs over commuter rail tracks on the highway that is 15 mi.... Continue Reading...


Volvo CE See Sales Rise 10 Percent in Second Quarter

Improvements in the key European and North American markets, coupled with a strong focus on its service business, volume flexibility in the industrial system and tight cost control helped Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) deliver a good all around performance in its second quarter 2019 resu... Continue Reading...


Highway History: The Army's 1919 Cross-Country Convoy

One hundred years ago this month, a U.S. Army convoy consisting of 81 vehicles, 24 officers, and 258 enlisted men set out on a 3,251-mi. transcontinental journey, primarily as a way to test the ability of the military to move great distances over roads under wartime conditions.... Continue Reading...


Growth Sparks Nevada SR 160 Widening Project

Nevada's growing population and an increase in travel made the widening project of State Route 160 necessary in Southern Nevada. The Nevada Department of Transportation awarded a $58.6 million co... Continue Reading...


Caltrans Not Shaken By July 6 Earthquake Damage

Caltrans wasted no time getting to work on a state road extensively damaged in the July 6 evening earthquake. The 7.1 magnitude earthquake in eastern California left three sections of SR 178 buckled and cracked.... Continue Reading...


John Deere Announces Registered Apprenticeship Program

John Deere has received approval from the U.S. Department of Labor for its new Registered Apprenticeship Program and is making it available to its Agriculture & Turf and Construction & Forestry dealers.... Continue Reading...


D.C Area Battles Heavy Rains

Washington, D.C. and surrounding areas in Maryland and Virginia were under a flash flood emergency issue on July 8, as heavy rains reported as a month's worth in approximately an hour caused flooding. In the city of Baltimore, Md., a 12-in.... Continue Reading...


Kennywood Roller Coaster Breaks Records

Records were being broken as a brand-new roller coaster rose this spring in Pittsburgh, Pa.'s Kennywood Park, which is currently in its 121st season. The Steel Curtain, which was born from a partnership between the park and the city's NFL team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, holds the record for the tallest inversion in the world at 197 ft.... Continue Reading...


Rangers Spring Training Housing Facility Rounds First Base

Construction is under way on the Texas Rangers new baseball housing and meeting facility adjacent to the team's complex in Surprise, Ariz. "The multi-story, 68,280 sq.-ft. facility will include ho... Continue Reading...


Hettinger Comes Out of Retirement, Builds New Company

Some folks count the days until they're able to retire, while others retire and then count the days until they can go back to work again. Mark Hettinger, co-owner of M&G Contractors of New Braunfels, Texas, fits firmly into the second category.... Continue Reading...


Vermeer D40x55DR Solves Big Problem

When the discovery of flint rock threatened a gas pipeline project outside of San Antonio, Texas, M&G Contractors turned to Vermeer's D40x55DR S3 Navigator horizontal directional drill (HDD) to complete the job.... Continue Reading...


ExxonMobil Expands Beaumont Plant, Increases Capacity

ExxonMobil has begun construction on a new crude unit at its Beaumont, Texas, refinery that will increase capacity by more than 65 percent, or 250,000 barrels a day. "This project is part of ExxonMobil's larger ‘Growing the Gulf' initiative, a series of refining and chemical expansion projects across Texas and Louisiana," said Emily Russell, Exxon... Continue Reading...


Upgrading Fort Pierce, Florida's Kings Highway

Built in the 1970s, 3.417 mi. of Kings Highway from south of State Road 70 to north of the I-95 overpass are being rebuilt by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), and the road near the city of Fort Pierce (Saint Lucie County) is being expanded to two lanes in each direction with a 30-ft.... Continue Reading...





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