Top 10 Largest Construction Project Starts in the U.S. – June 2014

Reed Construction Data released the article below identifying the top 10 construction projects in the U.S. There are several reasons for highlighting upcoming large projects. Such jobs have often received a fair amount of media coverage. Therefore, people in the industry are on the lookout for when job-site work actually gets underway. And, as showcase…

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Equipment World Provides 4 Rules on Managing Dozer Costs

On a previous article from Equipment World, Caterpillar put together a team of experts including Chub Dietz, marketing/product consultant; Phil Hansen, mining commercial manager; Tom Neeley, sales support manager for undercarriage marketing and Keith Heiar, tractor products marketing. Managing your owning and operating costs is best done through a strong relationship between the manufacturer, the…

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EHE Ensures Security, Just as the TSA Ramps up Security Measures

U.S. Homeland Security officials “felt it important to crank up” security measures at certain overseas airports last week— with new intense procedures, including the requirement that some passengers power on their electronic devices before boarding, in place to detect new types of bombs. Expert Heavy Equipment (EHE) has also ramped up its security measures. U.S.-bound passengers…

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Regardless of China Mining Slump, Good Equipment Still Needed

In somewhat surprising news, Komatsu Ltd., the world’s second biggest maker of construction and mining equipment, said sales in China are falling more steeply than anticipated, joining larger peer Caterpillar Inc. in flagging fraying Asian demand. Yes, the Asian demand was all the talk within the construction industry over the past 24 months, but just…

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