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New Mexico Woman Overcomes Challenges to Build Thriving Business

Cindy Waterworth, owner of the Backhoe Lady, is accustomed to overcoming challenges. While she currently works in an industry where only 11.9 percent of the workforce is female, she once had a different occupation — one she loved, but it led her to be the victim of a violent crime....


Producers Rely On Western Group for Aggregate Equipment

Knowing that Paul Miller is weeks away from retirement, one would suspect the reason he keeps one eye on the cell phone placed conspicuously on the corner of his desk is in anticipation of his afternoon tee time....


New Mexico Dept. of Transportation Celebrates Completion of I-25 Project

The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT), distinguished guests and community members cut the ribbon to officially open the I-25 University Avenue Project. The approximately $34 million project, which has been under construction since January 2020, is designed to improve safety and traffic flow at one of the city's busiest traffic interchanges....


VIDEO: Komatsu's PC130-11 Excavator Provides Durability, Reliability in Small Package

For contractors looking for an excavator for utility work or small construction jobs, the Komatsu PC130-11 fits the bill. With an operating weight of 28,660 lb (13,000 kg), it can be more easily transported on a tag trailer without permits....


Power Equipment Company Acquires Golden Equipment Company

Power Equipment Company, which has been distributing construction equipment in the Rocky Mountains region since 1936 and is a long-time member of the Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) dealer network, is expanding its footprint in the southwest with the acquisition of Golden Equipment Company....


New Mexico Officials Approve $100M Nuclear Waste Construction

CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) State environmental regulators have cleared the way for work to continue on a multimillion-dollar ventilation shaft at the federal government's underground nuclear waste repository in southern New Mexico....


U.S. Nuclear Repository Completes Key Mining Project

After seven years of mining, federal officials said work to carve out the eighth disposal area at the U.S. government's underground nuclear waste repository is complete. Managers at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant are planning to use the space beginning next year....


New Mexico Gov. Signs Bill With $300M for Road Upgrades

CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) A coalition of energy companies has thanked government leaders after receiving millions of dollars of road improvements in the southeast New Mexico. Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed the $7.4 billion state budget for next year, which includes $300 million for roadway infrastructure and improvements, the Carlsbad Current-Argus reported....


California Company Begins to Build 150-Mi. Wind, Transmission Project

California developer Pattern Energy has begun construction on a 1050 MW wind and transmission project in New Mexico, the company announced. The Western Spirit Wind and transmission project, which has been in development with partner New Mexico Renewable Energy Transmission Authority (RETA) for a decade, will pair 377 GE wind turbines with a 150-mi....


Sweatt Construction Relies on 4Rivers for Reclamation Project

A contractor is getting a lot of help from above on a challenging project in a remote corner of New Mexico, near the Colorado border. Sweatt Construction, with assistance from 4Rivers Equipment, is using drone technology and GPS machine control to efficiently complete a reclamation project at the abandoned Swastika Mine, a former silver and lead mine, near Raton, N.M....






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