At an industrial zoned site in Forest Hill, Md., Celtic Demolition operates a recycling yard that converts construction debris to usable material at the same time it helps maintain air quality. The latter environmental feature is a consequence of Celtic’s switch to a piece of machinery powered by a Tier IV-standards engine.
Last December Potomac Landfill in Dumfries, Va., decided to improve and expand upon its operations and purchase additional screening equipment from Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Inc. (the authorized dealer for Powerscreen crushing and screening equipment in both the Virginias and Carolinas).
A Raleigh-based company has found a way to move material out of its quarries that it believes will save dump trucks full of money over time. Carolina Sunrock LLC, a construction materials firm that supplies aggregates, asphalt and concrete to construction projects across the Southeast, has recently begun handling and transporting rock out of its new Woodsdale quarry in Person County via conveyor belt.
In a year of one hurricane after another, one contractor can’t help but think back two years ago to the work he did in North Carolina in the wake of Hurricane Isabel. On Sept. 12, 2003, the storm tore a path of destruction through Cape Hatteras, NC, with winds up to gale force 10.
With only 21 days left until the “Greatest Show in Dirt” arrives in Charlotte, NC, Construction Equipment Guide is proud to announce two more special guests for the Charlotte Construction Expo on Dec. 1 and 2: Mark Packer, host of the WFNZ radio show, “Primetime with the Packman,” the No.