Terex Bidwell

Solid progress is being made on the multi-year $227 million, design-build I-480 Valley View bridges deck replacement project in northeast Ohio, an Ohio Department of Transportation initiative that began in November 2017 and will be completed by June 30, 2024.

Construction began in May 2018 on the California Department of Transportation's (Caltrans) $150.7 million Interstate 710 Pavement Rehabilitation and Bridge Widening Project, which was awarded to Flatiron Construction Corporation in February 2018. Crews have been making solid progress on the project that covers a 3.5-mi.

A major project to replace bridge decks began in early October in Charleston, W. Va. The West Virginia Department of Transportation's (VDOT) Division of Highways is replacing the decks on the I-64 Danner Road overpass bridge, which is between the Oakwood Road (exit 58A) and Montrose Drive (exit 56) exits.

Terex Bid-Well, an industry leader in the development and manufacture of specialized concrete paving machines for the bridge, flatwork, canal and heavy highway, airport and seaport construction markets, announced the appointment of Jorge Cervera as regional sales manager of Latin America, Japan and the western United States Through this role, Cervera will support Terex Bid-Well products and services, working to meet customers' equipment needs and developing new growth opportunities in these areas.

It might be hard to believe, but veteran paving contractors do have tales of adventure attached to most of the road projects they have worked on. How could they not? Over the past century, paving contractors have created millions of miles of paved roads and surfaces in the United States.

More than 60 paver operators from across the United States gathered for specialized training as well as for the unveiling of the newest Terex Bid-Well remote control paver (model 3600RC) at Terex Bid-Well's annual service school, which took place in April at its facility in Canton, S.D.

Terex Advance held its annual service school on Feb. 25 to 26 in Fort Wayne, Ind., as part of its continuous efforts to support its customers throughout the United States. More than 100 technicians from across the country gathered at the Grand Wayne Center to hear Terex Advance production and engineering professionals, service providers and vendors discuss new offerings, troubleshooting and diagnostic repairs for their concrete trucks.

Terex Advance and Terex Bid-Well will exhibit at World of Concrete from Jan. 22 to 25, 2019, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Booth C5174will be the location for the showcase of their equipment, as well as equipment from Terex Washing Systems and EvoQuip.

Rising 515-ft. above the landscape, the twin towers of the new cable-stayed Gerald Desmond Bridge in Long Beach, Calif., are the second tallest of any structure of its kind in the United States. Critical to the U.S. economy, the bridge connects Terminal Island at the Port of Long Beach with the Long Beach Freeway and downtown Long Beach and is the thoroughfare for moving roughly 15 percent of the nation's imported waterborne cargo.

More than 50 Terex Bid-Well customers have been trained over two weeks at the annual Terex Bid-Well service school, which took place April in Canton, S.D. Since 1961, Terex Bid-Well has been an industry leader in the development and manufacture of a complete line of versatile and specialized concrete paving machines for the bridge and highway construction market.  The annual training school, held over two days, is hosted by the experienced Terex Bid-Well service department.

The Terex Bid-Well 4800 paves a variety of standard duty flatwork applications with equal ease and efficiency, improving machine utilization and increasing return on investment. At a fraction of the cost of slipform pavers and more economical than laser screeds, the 4800 automatic roller paver makes quick work of slab-on-grade paving projects, including port decks, urban development roads, sewage tank bottoms, warehouse floors and parking lots, according to the manufacturer.