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Soil Connect’s new module eases sharing of data with regulatory bodies
Patent-pending eRegulatory eliminates paper tickets and automatically captures and saves essential data to be shared with stakeholders
Biggest articulated haul truck now has rear-eject capability
Philippi-Hagenbuch Inc. has expanded its rear-eject engineering capabilities to include the largest articulated haul truck on the market, the Volvo A60H
Takeuchi’s new 15-ton TB2150R excavator tackles wide range of jobs
One of the company’s biggest excavators, the TB2150R has a fixed boom arrangement and reduced tailswing design
New K-Tec scraper goes straight from factory to auction
Funds raised through the sale will help Habitat for Humanity build a five-bedroom bungalow for a family of eight in Rosenort, Manitoba in Canada
Caterpillar expands service replacement engine program
Cat offers a broad range of replacement engines for equipment using engines up to a Cat C7.1, or 320 horsepower
Maintenance checklist for construction workers
Keeping equipment in top working order is vital to safety and productivity, but so is making sure operators are in their best form as well 
Volvo opens order books for latest electric compact machines
L20 Electric compact wheel loader and EC18 and ECR18 compact excavators are now available for order, with deliveries expected in 2023
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
5 ways to increase used equipment resale values
It’s simple but true - making sure machines physically look good, are clean and in work-ready condition can go a long way toward increasing your resale value 
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
Autonomy and robotics benefit construction workers
Experts say technology is bringing forth a second industrial revolution, but the effects won’t mean fewer jobs for people, just different ones
7 medium-duty dozers that offer better views and more control
Today’s construction equipment is made to move more dirt with greater ease and less fuel, and today’s medium-duty dozers are right in line with those goals
LA’s $15-billion airport modernization takes one step closer to completion
LINXS Constructors has finished the $4.9-billion Automated People Mover portion of a 30-year project aiming to modernize one of the world’s busiest airports
Study: Augmented reality reduces costs, attracts workers
Research shows over half of construction professionals intend to invest in AR tech within the next two years
6 tools to help manage your construction business
From paying invoices to tracking change orders and keeping tabs on who’s showing up for work, there’s an app for that
Kiewit Infrastructure manages the unexpected on D.C. Metro project
When Kiewit Infrastructure Co. faced challenges on a project for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority in Washington, D.C., they needed to get creative
John Deere’s 2022 ‘Own It’ Low Monthly Payment program now includes more machines
The program is available for a variety of compact and midsize equipment models, including select backhoe-loaders for the first time
VIDEO: 5 things NOT to do in a dozer
Heavy Metal Learning walks us through the pitfalls of dozer operation, including five mistakes operators commonly make
Wisconsin solar panel installer credits success to adaptability and the right equipment mix
Arch Electric uses a wide range of compact equipment to serve a growing demand for solar energy in a northern climate ruled by extremes
Cat 906, 907 and 908 compact wheel loaders join Next Generation family
Three new models feature an improved operator environment as well as a new engine and hydraulics, bringing larger machine benefits to a smaller size class
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