Oberhelman says the global construction market remains a mixed bag but North America, with substantial housing recoery underway and US politics more settled, shows real promise for 2014
Journalists traveled to Germany and France to gain insights about Liebherr's component operations and to tour two high-profile construction sites.
Most games designed for mobile devices are strictly for fun, but Scoop - Excavator educates as it entertains.
Reaction to transportation message is positive, but disappointment is expressed over immigration reform
More and more job seekers are among the gainfully employed seeking greener pastures
Delaying equipment acquisitions could prove costly to construction businesses.
Turner Construction report shows more firms look to green building, yet less are likely to seek LEED certification
Construction editors get a glimpse of Liebherr's Brazilian operations, as well as its equipment in action in a variety applications.
Construction is on the verge of recovery but it hinges on Congressional action to avert another fiscal crisis
The exhibition, housed at JCB HQ, features historic equipment, as well as modern innovations.
Dan Miller, president and CEO of Manitou's Compact Equipment division, talks about growth potential for the Manitou, Gehl and Mustang brands
Mean Green, the world's fastest hybrid truck, will attempt to reach speeds in excess of 165 mph.
Designed to last 25 years, the "Big E" embarks on its last deployment after 50 years of service
Gilbane goes above and beyond to celebrate diversity in the workplace and communities in which it works
Pete Ruane, president and CEO, American Road & Transportation Builders Association, issues strong praise, and criticism, over efforts by legislators on highway funding reform.