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Federal Government Approves Disaster Declaration for Cook, Glynn, Lowndes Counties Following Hurricane Idalia

In response to Gov. Brian P. Kemp's request, President Biden approved a disaster declaration allowing Georgians in Cook, Glynn and Lowndes counties access to emergency relief funds following the significant damage caused by Hurricane Idalia on Aug....

Tsurumi Pump Boosts Inventory to Aid Disaster-Stricken Regions Across North America

Preparing for and handling severe rains in North America is becoming increasingly challenging. Storms have become stronger, and residents in vulnerable areas are experiencing more frequent flooding and wind damage....

As New Hurricane Season Arrives, SW Florida Residents Still Recovering From Ian

Eight months ago, chef Michael Cellura had a restaurant job and had just moved into a fancy new camper home on Fort Myers Beach in southwest Florida. Now, after Hurricane Ian swept all that away, he lives in his older Infiniti sedan with a 15-year-old long-haired chihuahua named Ginger....

Tidewater Equipment Supports Team Rubicon Disaster Relief Efforts in Selma, Ala., With Case Equipment

Tidewater Equipment, a Case Construction Equipment dealer with locations in southern Georgia, Enterprise, Ala., and portions of the Florida panhandle, has donated equipment and support for Team Rubicon's recent tornado disaster response and recovery efforts in Selma, Ala....

VIDEO: Debris Clearing Continues at North Little Rock's Burns Park After March Tornado

Crews in North Little Rock, Ark., cleared enough debris in Burns Park to open the city's youth baseball fields in late April, but most of the park — one of the largest municipal outdoor recreation areas in the nation — remains closed to the public in the aftermath of the March 31 tornado that swept through parts of central Arkansas....

Qualcon Contractors, Caltrans Clear Unprecedented California Snowfall, Storms

Caltrans highways in the Eastern Sierra Nevada have and are feeling the brunt of the heavy rains and snow falls hitting the area in rapid succession and via intense short periods, which in turn have led to avalanches, mudslides and flooding that have closed roads for extended periods and damaged infrastructure....

Twisters Rip Through Eastern Half of United States, Leaving Survivors to Find Ways to Rebuild

Violent tornadoes struck wide areas of the Deep South, the Midwest and the East on March 31 and April 1, killing at least 32 people, injuring many more, and inflicting hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of property damage....

Hurricane Ian's Worst Brings Out the Best

Hurricane Ian made landfall near Fort Meyers, Fla., on Sept. 28, 2022, as a category 4 hurricane. It unleashed violent winds of 150 mph, caused widespread devastation, flooding and resulted in $50 billion to $65 billion in damage....

Repair Efforts Began Day After 21 Tornadoes Swept Across Louisiana

After 21 tornadoes touched down in Louisiana over the course of 24 hours on Dec. 14, residents across this weather-battered state, who have contended with a litany of severe storms over the last few years, from major hurricanes to twisters, woke up the next morning to an eerily familiar scene....

Cranes, Crew From ALL Aid in Hurricane Ian Rescue Efforts

Hurricane Ian struck Florida in late September. One of its enduring images was the collapsed Sanibel Causeway, which links Sanibel Island to Punta Rassa near Fort Myers on the mainland. Just a few broken sections of roadway remained, breaking the surface of San Carlos Bay....

Today's Top Stories

  1. Two Monster Machines — The ACCO Super Dozer, Motor Grader  →
  2. AEM Ag, Construction Leaders Weigh In: Market Challenges Lie Ahead, But Optimism Is Warranted  →
  3. Komatsu Expands National Field Services for North America Mining Customers  →
  4. Alabama Hopes New Overpass Will Improve Safety Near Decatur  →
  5. Caterpillar Celebrates 130 Years of Earthmoving Innovation in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin  →
  6. Ridgefield, Conn., To Begin Project to Make Branchville Section Pedestrian Friendly  →
  7. VIDEO: Construction Progressing On New Arena for UGA's Ice Dawgs Hockey Team  →
  8. Drones Aid Shirley Contracting, VDOT On Route 29 Project  →
  9. Ecoverse, Alta Equipment Hold Demo Event in Sarasota, Fla.  →
  10. Georgia State University Building Huge Parking Deck Next to New Convocation Center  →
  11. Newport's 'Road to Nowhere' Begins Going Somewhere  →
  12. Pisa Leans on Contractor to Save Its Tower  →
  13. Wirtgen W 150 F(i) Cold Milling Machine for High Performance in Narrow Spaces  →
  14. BLOG: Titles on Heavy Equipment  →
  15. Bechtel Building Gulf Coast LNG Terminal  →
  16. Construction of New $935M WALK Bridge Over Norwalk River Begins  →
  17. Crews Build Slurry Wall for Boston High-Rise in Seaport District  →
  18. Facelift Planned for 1960s-Era Football Stadium at Tennessee Tech University  →
  19. Flyover Bridge in North Smithfield, R.I., Coming Soon to Massive Road Project  →
  20. HNTB's Yarossi Honored With Prestigious George S. Bartlett Award  →
  21. After a Tough Year, Heavy Machinery Sales Will Pick Up in 2021 … Beyond  →

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