New Equipment Directory
Everything Is Change
You’ve probably heard me say something along the lines of how exciting it is to be within the concrete industry right now. I say it because ... it is.
October 27, 2023
The Language of Embodied Carbon
August 29, 2023
Brandon's First Time On A Paving Job | No Edge Lines Season 1 Episode 1
June 20, 2023
Martian Masonry: Space Concrete Could Be Made With Potatoes?
June 5, 2023
Safety Is A Concrete Idea
May 26, 2023
Concrete Equipment & Products
Announcing Concrete Contractor's 2023 Top Products
May 12, 2023
Caterpillar Plans to Expand Electrification and Energy Offerings at CES 2024
Those attending the Consumer Electronics Show 2024 in Las Vegas, NV, will meet the full force of the company's "The Power of Possible" campaign in their almost 9.600 sq ft floor exhibit, running from January 9 - 12.
November 28, 2023
The Practical Wearable Construction Technology Contractors Need to Learn About Right Now
Some construction wearable technologies can make construction software available hands-free but most extend dedicated software products for safety and productivity.
November 27, 2023
World of Concrete
World of Concrete Celebrates 50 Years
Join us and the whole of the concrete industry as World of Concrete celebrates 50 years!
World of Concrete
November 27, 2023
Welcome Home from World of Concrete
Despite doing as much as we could—we weren't able to see EVERYTHING from World of Concrete 2023. What was the one thing that stood out for you?
February 27, 2023
You Can Have Two ... But Not All Three
While attending the ACI 2022 Fall Convention, I was introduced to an interesting construction meme based on some commentary of construction projects. Humorous as it was, I think there's a hidden factor encircling the entire concept.
January 25, 2023
15 Years of Tradeshows: A Couple of Simple Notes
I've been attending tradeshows (from mind-meltingly packed to the more easy-goingly small) for 15+ years so I've collected a couple of thoughts on attending.
January 16, 2023
Researchers Crack the Recipe of Roman Concrete Mix
Where once pozzolanic material like volcanic ash was the key, turns out the secret to the durability of Roman concrete was quicklime and hot mixing.
January 9, 2023
Labor & Workforce Development
The Most Important Metric of Your Business
The quality of a company and its product can be most accurately measured by the workers behind them.
November 20, 2022
In an attempt to attend a concrete convention, I was reminded of the threat of COVID up-front and personally. This is the new world.
November 7, 2022
Detroit I-375: Removal, Redevelopment, and Confronting the Reality of Urban Renewal
A new series investigating the complicated history of city-planning, progress, race and road-building through the lens of impacted communities. Each story assess the legacy and present reevaluations of major infrastructure projects in America's cities.
October 17, 2022
How Equipment Maintenance Saves You Money
Develop a preventative maintenance plan to save money and improve your company image.
September 30, 2022
One Thing At A Time
Despite the challenges; one problem at a time, one solution at a time.
August 25, 2022
The Link Between Idle Time and Sustainable Operation
The key to reducing machine emissions is burning less fossil fuel. You can do that in multiple ways.
July 12, 2022
Shrink Your Fuel Bills With These Machine Technologies
Five factors play a role in fuel efficiency: idle time, operator technique, job-site set-up, equipment selection and configuration, and technology. Let’s take a closer look at that last item.
August 9, 2022
Stop, Theft! 5 Simple Steps To Keep Equipment Secure.
Chances are you’ve got equipment out on site and not a lot of time to keep track of it. That can make you a target for criminals. Here’s how to stop them.
July 7, 2022
Rethinking Sustainable Strategies for Construction Waste
As industry leaders, we must do our part to develop sustainable practices, uncover communal benefits and employ high-impact environmental initiatives like green construction.
June 23, 2022
Five Good Things Happening in Construction Right Now
It might seem like there is no end in sight to the struggles we are facing in the construction industry, but there are still many things worth celebrating - and the future for the industry looks bright.
May 23, 2022
In Case You Missed It: 7 Random Concrete Happenings
In the interest of spring cleaning, I'd like to share a short collection of some noteworthy happenings of the concrete industry I had collected over the past few months.
May 19, 2022
Avoiding the Pitfalls of Scheduling
After proper job costing, having an organized schedule is one of the most important traits you can learn as a business owner to ensure success and prosperity.
May 12, 2022
A Large Industry with a Small Town Mindset
February 25, 2022
Dallas Federal Reserve Rings a Housing-Bubble Alarm
Recent acceleration of already speeding housing price increases are reviving mortgage-backed securities and have tripped the early-warning thresholds of some novel statistical tools being monitored post-Great-Recession.
March 31, 2022
What Biden’s Ban on Russian Oil Imports will Mean at the Pump
The international community’s move to hit the primary funding for Putin’s war on Ukraine is expected to have costs for all but strategic reserves will soften the blow.
March 8, 2022
Satisfying Today's Workers
As an employer, it is necessary to find talent, train them, and keep them happier than ever before.
March 7, 2022
Top 10 Construction Stories This Week: Macrofibers Cut Cost from The Super Bowl’s SoFi Stadium
Also among the most-read stories: what contractors need to know about EV Infrastructure, winners of the 2022 Pavement Awards, designing outside the concrete box, official 2022 State of the Construction Industry report
February 11, 2022
Welcome to 2022
January 28, 2022
Top 10 Construction Stories This Week: How Climate Change is Challenging Concrete
Also among the most-read stories: Doosan unveils its first dozer, Dewalt headlines World of Concrete with a 60V cordless chipping hammer, Hitachi sells stake in Hitachi Construction Machinery, progress on the infrastructure bill
January 21, 2022
3 Trends Pavement Contractors Should Watch in 2022
From inflation to combating the labor shortage, here are three key trends contractors should keep an eye on this year.
January 19, 2022
Out With The Old, In With The New
A fond farewell to the old look, here is the new and improved looks of Pavement Magazine!
January 14, 2022
Network and Learn with Industry Experts at NPE
Registration now open for National Pavement Expo. Here is your chance ask detailed questions of experts who are eager to share their knowledge.
January 10, 2022
Top 10 Construction Stories This Week: ‘Runaway’ Construction Input Prices Crush Contractor Profit
Also among the most-read stories: how data from construction wearables can benefit your business, FHWA to provide historic $52.5B in funding to states, former U.S. transportation secretary discusses benefits, drawbacks of new infrastructure law
December 17, 2021
Ask vs. Need
How do you handle a homeowner that doesn’t know how to get what they want?
December 17, 2021
Top 10 Construction Stories This Week: Doosan Pushes Into Dozer Market
Also among the most-read stories: social media multiplies Ken White Construction workforce by 5; 7 things to know about self-climbing formwork; inflation stalled Q3 construction recovery; ASV’s new, most-powerful track loader
December 10, 2021
Growth Mindset, Crush the 2022 Pavement Maintenance Season
The Pavement Annual Product Showcase can help contractors determine which products and equipment to invest in to add to their lineup.
December 10, 2021