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Interview: Wacker Neuson America CEO explains new alliance with Deere
Gert Reichetseder says the partnership will help grow the Wacker Neuson brand, and could accelerate product advancements
How to beat the heat and stay cool to reduce workers comp claims
Minimizing employees’ exposure to extreme heat should be just one part of an overall plan to reduce illness and injury on the job
Standing its ground: Hitachi stakes its claim on American markets
Now fully divested from its joint venture with John Deere, Hitachi Construction Machinery Americas (HCMA) aims to differentiate its brand in North America
Expert Q&A: How can we prevent suicide in construction?
Board-certified emergency physician and a former U.S. Navy medical officer, Dr. Dan Carlin explains why our industry struggles with suicide and what can be done about it
Doosan dozers: A deep dive
Here’s the dirt on how the company’s entrance into the dozer market can help it become a one-stop shop for customers
How one tool can improve safety... and work-life balance too
Truce application allows employers to limit functions on company-owned mobile devices to prevent dangerous distractions on construction job sites
Utah contractor wants young people excited about construction
Hiring concerns rank among the most critical issues facing contractors in 2022, so Great Basin Industrial wants to get the word out... it’s a pretty cool gig
Expert Q&A: How electric construction equipment can help your bottom line
Lars Arnold with Volvo CE explains how the electrification of construction machinery can help contractors save 35% on maintenance costs with no compromises on performance
Expert Q&A: What contractors need to understand about project labor agreements
States and localities might begin following the Fed’s lead on PLA requirements, but some say there’s still a lot of room for everyone at the table
Women in construction: Why Brittany Gentilhomme is building a career in the field
This young female assistant superintendent wants encourages young people get their hands dirty and go to work
The time has come for fleet managers to leave 3G technology behind
With an outdated internet network being phased out for good, Ray Kosick with GPS Insight explains how to make the upgrade to 5G simple for construction firms
Are you eligible for a self-funded retirement plan?
Registered investment advisor and author of the book ‘Don’t Play Chicken With Your Nest Egg,’ Scott Eichler explains how an ESOP might be right for your construction business
Expert Q&A: How tech adoption could help you win infrastructure bids
Cyndee Hoagland of Trimble explains how DoTs are poised to begin specifying the use of proven but underutilized technologies
Best of the best interviews, Q&As and opinions
Wind down the year with wisdom from experts on topics ranging from infrastructure funding and the labor shortage, to one woman’s perspective on what it’s like to work construction
Expert Q&A: What the newly passed infrastructure bill really means to contractors
Kate Fox Wood, government relations at AEM, gives straight answers to the questions we’re all asking about the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA)
Exclusive interview: Microsoft, Trimble to build Construction Cloud
Partnership between Microsoft and Trimble aims to reduce rework in construction by connecting workflows and stakeholders from A to Z
How small construction firms can capitalize on government contracts
Lawmakers are discussing funding packages that could significantly impact contractors of all sizes, even those who’ve not previously pursued government bids
Financing construction materials in the age of infrastructure spending
A potential influx of government contracts has contractors wondering how to come up with enough cash to get to work
6 ways to keep projects on track, despite material price fluctuations
Colorado contractor explains how they’ve kept projects moving using creative work-around solutions
Opinion: Can technology solve the labor shortage in civil construction?
Simplifying the adoption of construction technology across the current workforce is just as critical as attracting new workers
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