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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
Create and complete individual work logs with B2W Employee App
The application gives contractors comprehensive reporting on project status as work is being performed and streamlines data transfer for payroll processing
VIDEO: Harbor Bridge replacement soon to be tallest structure in state of Texas
Once construction is complete, the new Harbor Bridge in Corpus Christi will be the longest cable-stayed bridge in the U.S.
6 objectives for improving workforce development
Here are six examples of organization objectives to consider in your effort to attract and retain the best people for your company
Construction equipment causes accidental damage to dinosaur tracks in Utah
Reports say a backhoe and other construction vehicles disrupted 112-million-year-old tracks and fossils at Mill Canyon Dinosaur Tracksite in Moab
John Deere’s new scraper tech gathers operation and productivity data in real time
Earthmoving Productivity System is designed to increase accuracy, productivity and safety for scraper operators 
VIDEO: Vermeer’s new D550 HDD brings 100,000 foot-pounds of torque
The machine features newly developed drilling tech to simplify operation, including three auto drilling modes
How one self-erecting crane replaced a fleet of telehandlers
Cedar Run Construction bought a Potain Igo T 85 A to streamline its job site and save on labor in Harrisburg, PA
New spray bar system improves Road Widener’s roller attachment
Unique new accessory makes asphalt compaction easier when using Road Widener’s patented Offset Vibratory Roller
Facebook to spend $1.6 billion constructing two U.S. data centers
For construction firms looking to break into the rapidly growing data center market, experts say the possibilities are not limited to Facebook and other tech heavyweights
3 keys to bridging the labor mismatch in U.S. construction
McKinsey & Company outlines three ways the industry can begin to rebalance the upcoming jobs boom with the available workforce
Link-Belt’s new 355 X4S is largest minimum swing radius excavator in lineup
Flagship model of the upcoming X4S Series features new work modes and integrated tech tools
6 states to receive $420 million in rural water construction projects
Funding allocations are based on project plans projected to be completed with the funds provided, as well as the capability of recipients to implement the work quickly
Registration now open for free-to-attend Construction Technology Summit 2022
This year’s theme is digital construction in the real world, which takes a deep dive into how contractors are using advanced technology on projects
iDig introduces a solar-powered automated excavator guidance system
Smaller contractors now have an affordable, sustainable option for machine control that can be used on equipment they already have
Toro’s new TX 700 Dingo combines power with compact size
With 700 lbs of rated operating capacity, the TX 700 is aimed at contractors who need versatility while working in tight spaces
6 mini loaders bring big power to walk-behind convenience
Check out this selection of not-so-tiny tool carriers built to do a multitude of tasks in tight spaces
Telematics and the future of fleet management
How monitoring data streams via apps can drive down costs as well as carbon emissions, and one day possibly even enable machine fleets to run themselves
Doosan’s new Dash-7 wheel loaders come standard with ‘smart’ features
Latest range of loaders has been upgraded with increased capacity, comfort and a slew of smart features to make operation easier
MyKomatsu digital hub allows contractors to manage mixed fleets in one place
Komatsu’s comprehensive digital hub, My Komatsu, enables contractors to get easy-to-interpret visual analyses of data collected from numerous sources
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