Equipment Today provides the commercial construction industry with information for equipment selection, application, maintenance, and asset management, as well as safety and regulation. It serves contractors in highway and heavy general building demolition, utility, and other construction segments.
Take a look through the next couple of pages for the latest equipment available. You'll find a solid sampling of both new machines and models that have been recently revamped by the manufacturers.
Latest in Engine Technology and accessories for March 2005.
Current designs strive to optimize the operator environment.
JCB Inc. chose its headquarters in Rocester, England, as the venue to preview the latest equipment models debuting at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2005.
Held every three years in Las Vegas, CONEXPO-CON/AGG-- scheduled for March 15 to 19 -- promises to be bigger and better than ever.
The new 7700 truck optimizes payload weight.
Latest in Portable Pumps and accessories for March 2005.
A failing septic system needed to be fixed at a cost of $150,000 or the whole Teen Challenge center would be shut down.
A towable boom lift offers lots of utility for a reasonable investment.
Cat and Perkins use ACERT to meet tougher off-road emissions requirements.
Mack Trucks previously filled the niche for the axle back configuration with its DM model. The DM is still in production and now it is 40 years old.
Used equipment prices are firm and the supply of new equipment is tight.
Contractors headquartered near Washington, DC, are quite busy filling government agencies' contracts associated with road, street and underground utilities maintenance.
When L.B. Enterprises was hired to do site grading work for construction of a new Kohl's department store in Belton, MO, company owner Rick Brown knew he was faced with a challenge.