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5 areas equipment manufacturers are focusing their R&D
Productivity gains and reduced emissions are just two areas driving growth in R&D investment in construction
$38B in CHIPS Act grants aim to build US microchip boom
Federal program needs to draw ‘many multiples’ of the incentive amounts in private investment to construct domestic semiconductor supply
VIDEO: HP’s got a robot that prints designs on sites much faster than hand layout
Skanska users say the speed and accuracy of HP’s Siteprint give layout experts more time for quality control
Bobcat E10e excavator delivers electric power to the 1-ton class
Rental companies’ additions to their fleets are putting zero-emissions power to work boosting productivity in confined spaces 
American-made pickups a priority? Think outside the box
Most half-ton pickup trucks rank pretty low on the Cars.com American-Made index compared to the tight group competing in the Top 25
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 
Are your smart construction machines safe and secure from hackers?
Cyber security is more crucial than ever as our world gets more connected, highlighting the need for equipment owners to safeguard their machines through preventive measures
Case to expand new E Series Excavator lineup with enhanced operator experience
Two entirely new models, improved engine performance and hydraulics, larger operator interface with more control customizations all drive greater performance
AUSA’s reversible dumpers made for maximum maneuverability
New DR601AHG and DR1001AHG have 13,000- and 22,000-lb payload capacities and what the company calls a ‘comfortable hydrostatic transmission’
VIDEO: Cat Trial 13 says ‘Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site’
The latest video in Caterpillar’s popular Cat Trials series highlights five machines hard at work after the job site shuts down for the night
5 ways BIM could change the future of construction
Reduce project risk and save time and money by looking ahead at how standards and certifications might soon shape the way you do business
Texas plans to spend record $85 million on road construction over 10 years
An additional $32 billion for routine maintenance contracts and project development for more than 7,000 transportation projects brings the total investment to $117 billion statewide
7 new compact excavator models
Here’s a sampling of some of the most-recent introductions from leading equipment manufacturers, highlighting construction’s demand for compact machines that can do it all 
Leica Geosystems’ new safety awareness module aims to reduce accidents on job sites
Field-generated safety data is integrated into cloud-based collaboration platform Leica ConX, allowing decision makers to review incidents and assess operations over time and space
Will proposed project labor agreement rule help or hurt construction?
Industry leaders speak out against recent progress toward President Biden’s executive order requiring federal construction contracts over $35 million to be subjected to PLAs
3 used Ford F-150 model years best for towing
If buying new is out of the question, consider these three model years if hauling capacity is your top priority
Florida zoo uses Shuttlelift crane for manatee rehab
The new SCD09 carrydeck crane helps with transferring animals between transport trucks and pools as well as providing an efficient daily weighing solution
Say what? More than half of older construction workers are hearing impaired
Recent study reinforces the need to promote noise reduction and hearing conservation in construction
Rental revenues to jump 12.5% in 2022 as inflation, supply chain challenges continue
The American Rental Association predicts growth for equipment rental revenue but maintains caution over inflation and supply delays
John Deere’s new G-tier compact wheel loaders are entry-level workhorses
Part of the company’s new performance tiering strategy, three new models were introduced for those looking for a machine that’s easy to use while completing everyday tasks
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