Sustainability, innovation and brand presence were key themes at the 2014 event.
Komatsu builds semi-automatic operation into its first "intelligent" hydraulic excavator.
A SJ63 AJ articulating boom lift allowed The Arboretum, University of Guelph to collect difficult-to-access seeds from rare trees in one-third the time it would take using ladders and hooks
Recycled pavement is key to Babcock Paving's product mix
Three Vermeer drills helped install a gas line that required work in tough soils but careful consideration of the protected wetlands on the jobsite
Using GPS technology to specifically measure trucks' fuel use on- and off-road, in individual states, and just while spinning a PTO earned one contractor $90,000 in tax refunds
In the first year after implementing Zonar telematics, Goodfellow Brothers halve equipment idling; unauthorized equipment use and speeding fall as shop efficiency rises
By Dustin Walsh, Crain's Detroit Business
Following the harshest winter on record and concerns over funding, the Michigan Department of Transportation doubled down on technology for its largest project in a decade, the reconstruction of I-96...
Welfle Inc. uses telematics to remote monitor fuel consumption and service
Kenworth wins one company's real-world test to assess which brand would provide the best performance and fuel economy.
Key executives outline the company’s product and dealer development strategies for growing market share in the U.S.
Site development contractor EHC Inc. found a way to reuse excess material it was excavating from a road widening project and turn it into a second job
Metl-Span insulated metal panels offer energy savings and aesthetics for a new mixed-use property in Madison, Wis.
A train consisting of a water truck, emulsion tanker truck, cold planer, mobile recycle trailer, paver, steel roller compactor and rubber tire compactor used cold-in-place recycling to rehab and repave a Brazilian highway
O'Hare becomes the first airport in the U.S. to receive FAA approval for recycled asphalt shingle use on runway and taxiway construction.
‘Bioasphalt’ made from used cooking oil for less than $200 per ton is tested to handle and perform like petroleum-based asphalt
Using excavators in underwater or wetlands operations comes with its own challenges
Adding sustainable construction to your portfolio of capabilities can create a market advantage for your construction business and position it for financial success
Spider delivers a unique access solution to install spacers at Mehoopany Wind in Noxen, PA.
A unique awards program where those who own and utilize the equipment select the winners.
From first impression to the last, Case's 1150M dozer shows Walker Construction it can deliver both productivity and durability for the long term.
Indoor and confined space applications place unique demands on compact excavators.
New V-flight temperature control system helps producers keep their cool
You’ve been there. A big job that includes reconstruction, widening, and paving, with a tight deadline and lane closure restrictions. What do you do to make sure all the pieces are in place and the job gets done on time? The Idaho DOT decided to use...
The rise of the sustainable building movement has played an important role in driving consideration of health factors in the design and construction of buildings.