Sustainable Construction magazine delivers best-practices, products, and resources that contractors can use to balance environmental, social, and economic issues relative to sustainable construction.
The higher towing capacities of heavy-duty pickups can efficiently move larger equipment, meaning you can move more for less.
The construction industry can be a confusing place when it comes to sustainability.
New 66-tractor, heavy-haul fleet will deliver environmental benefits and company savings.
How newer compact equipment can help get jobs done faster, and save you money.
With the purchase of Tier 4 Interim equipment, Chamness Technology moves forward with its sustainable goals.
Regular maintenance of your equipment can contribute to productivity and cut operating costs, emissions and time of project completion.
Caterpillar - Cat
New 3.5-tonne 303.5E2 is the smallest Cat excavator with an electronically controlled hydraulic pump
Kobelco Construction Machinery USA Inc.
82,200-lb. excavator is powered by a 270-hp HINO Tier 4 Final engine with SCR and DPF aftertreatment systems
Doosan Portable Power
Company introduces its first natural gas-powered generators, the NG160, NG225 and NG295, targeted to the oil and gas market
Freightliner Trucks - Daimler Trucks North America
12-liter ISX12 G heavy-duty natural gas engine option features ratings of up to 400 hp and 1,450-lb-ft torque
In the first year after implementing Zonar telematics, Goodfellow Brothers halve equipment idling; unauthorized equipment use and speeding fall as shop efficiency rises
The upgraded Brokk 400 electric, remote-controlled demolition machine includes a larger undercarriage for heavy tracking applications and enhanced stability when operating with heavier attachments such as metal shears and scabblers.
Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc.
System estimated to provide operators with an improved fuel consumption ratio of 20%.
Bobcat Co. - Doosan Infracore
Two skid-steer and two compact-track-loader models utilize Doosan's 74-hp ULPC engine to meet exhaust regulations without a diesel particulate filter
Three models include Tier 4 Final engines along with several machine enhancements
March 6, 2014
Atlas Copco Construction Equipment
Atlas Copco Road Construction Equipment test results of its new ECO Mode fuel saving system demonstrated a 15 to 20% reduction in fuel consumption. ECO Mode testing was conducted on Dynapac rollers in the large CC, mid-sized CA and smaller CG...