Form/Tec Plastics, mother company of SHIELDS Windshields, manufacturer of SHIELDS polycarbonate heavy equipment replacement windshields, recently announced the expansion of its line of excavator replacement windows and doors. According to company president Brad Shields, the product expansion represents a 300-percent increase in its excavator category offerings.

West Side Tractor Sales, the authorized John Deere construction and forestry dealer in Illinois and Indiana, announced the expansion of the John Deere compact equipment line in additional Indiana counties throughout the state. John Deere's compact construction equipment (CCE) product line includes skid steers, track loaders, compact excavators and compact loaders.

Gov. Eric J. Holcomb and Indiana Department of Transportation Commissioner Joe McGuinness announced 214 Indiana cities, towns and counties received a combined $126.5 million in state matching funds for local road projects through the Next Level Roads: Community Crossings Initiative.

Constructed 250-ft. beneath the city, a 28-mi. long stretch of 18-ft. diameter deep rock tunnels will dramatically reduce the threat to public health and the environment in Indianapolis, Ind. The DigIndy project is part of a $2 billion effort to reduce combined sewer overflows into area waterways.

Bane-Welker Equipment has been an official Ashland Industries dealer at all 13 Indiana and Ohio locations since 2017. They recently added a new product which is first in its class. The 1410E Ejector Ashland scraper is the fastest scraper in its class.

The Indiana Department of Transportation issued $120.8 million worth of federal transportation funding on Feb. 12 to 52 cities, towns and counties in rural portions of Indiana to support local road, bridge, and sidewalk projects. The money comes from the state's Next Levels Roads program — implemented by the administration of Gov.

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is overseeing a $143 million project that will increase mobility throughout a section of the I-65 corridor. Between U.S. Highway 50 and S.R. 58 at Walesboro, work is ongoing to completely reconstruct and reconfigure I-65 as a six-lane concrete roadway.

Building Contractors Association of Northeast Indiana (BCA) announces results of its recent election of officers and directors to serve on its 2020 Board of Directors. Elected to serve in office are the following: President Brad Smith, The Hagerman Group 1st Vice-President Greg Lynch, Almet Inc.

On Jan. 6, Dynapac's nationwide Seismic Tour made a stop in Jefferson, Ind., on the way to its final destination in Las Vegas this March at ConExpo-Con/AGG. The Dynapac Seismic Tour event was held at Construction Machinery Company's Jefferson, Ind., branch.

The Indiana Department of Transportation has awarded Walsh Construction Company II LLC a $164.8 million contract to transform 6 mi. of State Road 37 into Interstate 69. Walsh's proposal was the lowest price among four responsive bids and $7.8 million below estimate.

Southeastern Equipment Company has hired Rob Gonzalez as its new Indiana regional manager. Based in Indianapolis, Gonzalez will be responsible for driving the company's sales, rental and growth initiatives through the support and management of seven sales representatives across Indiana and three branch locations in Fort Wayne, Indianapolis and Evansville.