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VIDEO: Check out Yanmar’s new electric mini excavator prototype
The zero-emission SV17e runs on 48-volt batteries and will be available start at Bauma 2022
Construction underway for Sacred Heart University’s new arena
Crews placed the $70 million project’s final steel beam last week, seven months after the official groundbreaking
10 holiday gift ideas for construction workers
From heated jackets to rugged coolers and high-tech work boots, here’s a list of goodies sure to excite anyone who works on a construction job site
Latest wheel loader models leverage smart technologies to reduce TCO
Recent advancements to this job site staple are increasing efficiency, safety and comfort
Giatec updates concrete-testing SmartRock technology
First announced at World of Concrete in 2020, this jobsite solution now has dual temperature-monitoring capabilities for mass concrete applications
National Apprenticeship Week 2021 focuses on equity in apprenticeships
U.S. Department of Labor launches Ambassador Initiative, a collaborative effort to expand, diversify and modernize Registered Apprenticeships in the U.S. 
‘Hands-on’ work: Cat tackles labor shortage with ThinkBIG training program
Since 1998, Caterpillar and its dealers have trained students to be diesel mechanics in the fight against the skilled labor shortage
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OSHA’s Covid vaccination/testing mandate suspended
OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard affecting all contractors with over 100 employees is likely to go to the U.S. Supreme Court for final ruling
7 high-flow attachments for your equipment
Hydraulic attachments help you get the job done by adding onto construction equipment you already have
Construction industry reacts to U.S. House finally passing $1 trillion infrastructure bill
President Joe Biden now has to sign the bill, a ‘once in a generation investment’ in infrastructure, into law
Rising materials costs outpacing what contractors charge for work
After being battered by unprecedented price increases for many materials, contractors are finally passing along more of their costs
Top 10 ‘best places’ in the world for construction workers
U.S. makes the top five in the ranking which looks at average salary, safety and cost of living
Vaccine mandate pushed to January for federal as well as private contractors
White House moves to simplify requirements for vaccination, which state that all companies with more than 100 employees must comply with OSHA’s rules 
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