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Meyer, RMS Share Priority of Finding Creative Solutions

Completing projects requires more than manpower and diesel fuel. Every job site poses unique obstacles that must be dealt with. Some of the solutions are as simple as adding a machine to the fleet, but others require real ingenuity....


Tech Helps Miller's Construction Complete Range of Projects

Third-generation employees Mike and Matt Miller have helped their family's business, Miller's Construction Company LLC, weather many storms over the past three decades. The brothers grew up learning the business inside and out....


Roland Machinery, Komatsu Team Up to Introduce Operators to iMC 2.0

Operator Jesiah Lee of C. Lee Construction Services in Gary, Ind., goes over some instructions with Roland Machinery's Zac Lucas, technology solutions expert. Roland Machinery invited customers to an information session of the latest technology available on Komatsu machines....


VIDEO: Helm Civil Uses iMC to Complete Grinding Project

­­No two job sites are alike, but they usually have one thing in common: they are above water. That wasn't the case for Helm Civil when it tackled a lock and dam rebuild for the Army Corps of Engineers on the Mississippi River in Rock Island, Ill....


Komatsu PC210LCi-11 Excavator Delivers Versatility in Compact Size

Aimed to quickly lessen the skill gap between new and experienced operators, and improve the bottom line for contractors, Komatsu's intelligent Machine Control (iMC) is part of the company's suite of Smart Construction products, services and digital solutions that incorporate a host of advanced, proprietary machine technology....


Komatsu's intelligent Machine Control 2.0 Available on D51i-24, D61i-24

Productivity is key to job site success. And just as technology has transformed global business, Komatsu's intelligent Machine Control (iMC) can help quickly transform construction job sites into highly efficient, highly productive operations, according to the manufacturer....


Komatsu Mining 'Gets Smart' Building New HQ

In Milwaukee, new technology is helping transform an old building site. The construction of Komatsu Mining Corporation's $285 million headquarters is widely considered a good idea because the redeveloped property will be an attractive addition to the Harbor District....


Smart Move: Embracing New Tech for an Edge

Implementing new technology into construction is a smart decision, but it's a process. The technology must present tangible value from Day 1, and it has to make sense for the job site. It must work as well in the field as it did at the tradeshow....


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