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Hultdins Introduces Fixed Mount MG Grapple Saws

Hultdins's fixed mount MG grapple saws are available in three sizes for excavators from 6 to 27.5 ton (5.5 to 25 t) capacity. This new grapple saw configuration does not require an extra dedicated auxiliary circuit for the saw function as it is operated off the grapple close circui... Continue Reading...


Joey Martin Auctioneers Kicks Off Its Auction Year With Carrollton, Ga., Sale

On Jan. 13, 2021, Joey Martin Auctioneers kicked off its auctioning year with a successful sale at its Carrollton, Ga., sale site. In addition to a nice turnout of "regulars," quite a few "first timers" came out to bid on a nice line-up of machines, trailers, support equipment and ... Continue Reading...


Earth Moves for SCDOT'S $620M I-85 Widening Project

Considered one of the largest and most complex undertakings in South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) history, the I-85 widening project will reduce congestion on the interstate, improve the safety of interchanges and replace aging infrastructure when complete.... Continue Reading...


How Much Construction Technology Is Enough? James River Equipment Has the Answers

Automated. Robotic. Precise. These and other adjectives characterize construction equipment today. The question that sometimes follows is, to what end? As it turns out, that's a pretty good question. James River Equipment offers some answers.... Continue Reading...


Sandy Hammonds Elected to Link-Belt Board of Directors

Sandy Hammonds, CFO and vice president of finance of Link-Belt Cranes, was elected to Link-Belt Cranes' board of directors during the January 2021 board meeting. Sumitomo Heavy Industry (SHI) representatives attended the meeting by video conference; Link-Belt Cranes is a wholly-owned ... Continue Reading...


Rebuilding Roads: When Reclaimed Asphalt Makes the Difference

Anyone with an ongoing road construction project knows the industry's hurdles on any job scale, from the reconstruction of a main road to a small side road. The industry faces many challenges with high hauling and material disposal costs while also protecting the environment.... Continue Reading...


Tenna to Sponsor, Exhibit at the NUCA Annual Convention & Exhibit in Naples, Fla.

Tenna, a construction technology platform that revolutionizes equipment fleet operations, announced it will be sponsoring and exhibiting at the NUCA Annual Convention and Exhibit in Naples, Fla., Feb. 4 to 6, 2021.... Continue Reading...


Plugging Into Construction Technology — Benchmark Tool and Supply Provides the Outlet

When it first emerged, the idea of a satellite-linked computer raising and lowering a bulldozer blade struck some people, particularly experienced dozer operators, as just plain wrong. They had worked hard to master the art of moving dirt and prided themselves on being able to come within a few inches of grade mostly by eyeballing it.... Continue Reading...


Specialty Teams Collaborate to Complete Savannah River Flume

It's not every day that onlookers at a construction site include alligators and venomous snakes, but at the recently completed Savannah River Flume, part of the larger Raw Water Canal Improvements approved by Beaufort — Jasper Water & Sewer Authority (BJWSA) — that was the guaranteed daily scene.... Continue Reading...


LaBounty Launches Expanded Line of Mobile Hydraulic Pulverizers

Stanley Infrastructure, a partner for industrial tools and attachments, announced that LaBounty launched an all-new line of MHP mobile hydraulic pulverizers. This update to LaBounty... Continue Reading...


ACPA Announces Leadership Transition, Search for New Chief Executive

The American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) announced that President and CEO Gerald F. Voigt has decided to transition toward retirement, prompting ACPA leadership to begin a search for a new chief executive.... Continue Reading...


Industry Associations Pledge to Work with Biden, Harris to Move Country Forward

Construction industry associations are beginning to weigh in following the inauguration of President Joseph R. Biden Jr. as the 46th President of the United States on Jan. 20, 2021. Stay tuned for updates as more associations make their statements on the new administration.... Continue Reading...


Eliza Digs Along Michigan's $162M I-75 Modernization Project

An innovative $162 million tunnel boring project is well under way with construction crews mining the tunnel as others work to attach the remainder of a 400-ft. long train. The tunnel is part of the I-75 Modernization plan, the largest project in size and scope the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has tackled, which includes the replacement of 47 bridges, including 41 vehicu... Continue Reading...


New Rail Yards Take Shape at Port of Indiana

A major infrastructure effort that includes multiple projects is taking shape at Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor. Work on the FASTLANE grant undertaking includes two new rail yards and an extension to the port's rail network.... Continue Reading...


Wirtgen Group, John Deere Lay Foundation for Industrial Site

Soil stabilizing is a particularly cost-effective and resource-friendly method for achieving the proper bearing capacity and quality of the soil and preparing it for civil engineering or building construction projects.... Continue Reading...


First Customers to Order Volvo Electric Compact Machines at Bauma 2019 Take Delivery

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) and its local dealer Volvo Maskin are celebrating an important milestone in Norway's long-term journey towards electrification and a more sustainable infrastructure.... Continue Reading...


Kentucky Blasts Into 2021 With $180M Project

A $180 million, multi-component Kentucky interstate project is expected to improve safety, relieve congestion in three heavily traveled freight corridors and address several of the state's most significant transportation needs when it is completed in 2023.... Continue Reading...


Curb Roller Manufacturing Offers Custom Drums for Challenging Pours

Curb Roller Manufacturing has ventured into a new area where its shaped concrete expertise could improve efficiency, reduce labor and boost productivity. The custom solutions pair with the Curb Roller's Hydra-Screed 3000 to allow for faster production times and a superior-quality finish on projects that would normally require multiple pours, according to the company... Continue Reading...


Kevin Smith Named General Manager of Ditch Witch Division

A familiar face within Ditch Witch is taking over the helm of the organization. Kevin Smith has been named the general manager of the recently formed Ditch Witch division of The Toro Company.... Continue Reading...


Kobelco USA Introduces Next Generation ED160BR-7 Blade Runner

The next-generation Kobelco ED160BR-7 is a combination of both a short radius excavator and a dozer, which enables customers to have two machines in one. Unlike most excavators, this 105 hp, 37,000 lb.... Continue Reading...