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Vertical mast lifts rise to the need for single-person access in tight spaces
A trend toward electrification brings the benefit of having no hydraulics, which translates into lower energy consumption and less maintenance
Call 811 and dig safely
National 811 Day is Aug. 11, highlighting the need for awareness to ‘Call before you dig’ for damage prevention and public safety
Bobcat brings big new telehandlers to round out R Series
Rated at 9,000 pounds and 7,056 pounds, the TL923 and TL723 are designed for faster boom speeds and heavier lifting
Milwaukee is home to the world’s tallest mass-timber building
Officials have declared the honor upon a 284-foot tall high-rise apartment complex known as Ascent
Casey-Bertram meets challenges in Indiana high-reach demolition job
Assisting in the tear down were a Kobelco SK300 with a 15-meter high-reach front and a LaBounty multi-demolition processor (MDP 20R) 
Should scissor lift operators use PFPE?
Confusion over whether operators need personal fall protection equipment in a scissor lift continues, highlighting the vital importance of highly trained and qualified supervision
VIDEO: How to operate an articulated dump truck
Check and compare your ADT know-how with this tutorial which features a Komatsu HM-300 hauler
New Chevy Colorado offers big-truck power at a lower cost
New tunings of a Silverado-proven engine deliver towing and off-road capability that could cut the cost of some field managers’ trucks
Case Minotaur DL550 compact dozer loader is two machines in one
Capable of doing the work of a small dedicated dozer and a large compact track loader, this one-of-a-kind machine needs only a truck and heavy trailer to get on the job site
VIDEO: The worst excavator recovery in one man’s career
See what happens when YouTuber LetsDig18 rescues a rented XCMG excavator from the depths of a muddy pond excavation project
OSHA’s here, now what?
Lynn Ladder & Scaffolding Company’s president, Alan D. Kline, relays personal experience in his tips about what to do when OSHA pays a visit
Rigid vs. articulated dump trucks: Choosing the right fit for the job and conditions
Volvo CE product manager discusses differences in maneuverability, total cost of ownership
Six new backhoe loaders lead a surprisingly diverse field of features
Recent backhoe loader updates include the full range of exhaust technologies, pilot hydraulics and electro-hydraulic controls, a diesel-electric hybrid and a super-skid-steer/backhoe mashup
VIDEO: Mike Rowe tackles the ‘hardest job in contruction’
Compliments of Discovery Plus, watch as Mike Rowe teams up with rod busters in the building of the Bayside Bridge in Pinellas County, FL
Komatsu Smart Construction Retrofit kits offer entry-level 3D guidance
Available on most Komatsu excavators, the low-cost guidance kit gives operators in the field and managers in the office access to 3D design and payload data 
Rent, lease or buy a skid steer? Here’s how to decide
Determining the best strategy for acquiring equipment involves a lot of variables, including your day-to-day needs as well as your financial wherewithal 
Construction technology coming to your job site in 2022
What seemed out of this world just a few years ago is quickly becoming commonplace. What can you expect to see on your jobs in the next year and beyond?
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
VIDEO: Doosan introduces four redesigned -7 Series crawler excavators
Models DX140LCR-7, DX225LC-7, DX255LC-7 and DX350LC-7 range from 14 to 25 metric tons and incorporate a number of areas that have been beefed up for better performance
When to start using new technology on a job site
Digital transformation is happening and the benefits are many, but when is the right time to introduce a new technology?
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