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Top Construction Technologies for 2021

Contractors struggle with two things: change...and the way things are.There are a lot of headaches that are part of the traditional construction model. Technology can take a lot of those headaches away, but technology can also be an even... Continue Reading

Buyer Beware: Used Construction Equipment Checklist

Buyers can find significant savings when purchasing used construction equipment. “Demand is strong for machines with low hours and a manufacturer warranty,” said Dennis Howard, vice president, Fleet and Remarketing, for RDO Equipment Co.... Continue Reading

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Equipment Operator Best Practices

Attend the education session "Equipment Operator Best Practices" on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. at CONEXPO-CON/AGG. REGISTER NOWHelping operators be more efficient and productive is a continuum. It can be as... Continue Reading

The Future of Asset Management is Powered by Data

Attend the education session "The Future of Asset Management & Liquidation: New Strategies for Maximizing Returns" on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at CONEXPO-CON/AGG. REGISTER NOWWhat’s our fleet worth? What’s... Continue Reading

4 Traits of Successful Construction Project Managers

“I love construction. It’s not weird to me that I’m here.” That’s how Kate Rieling, project manager with Vertical Earth in Cumming, Georgia, explains her comfort in her job. She says there aren’t a lot of women in her field of civil site... Continue Reading

9 Questions to Ask Before Buying GPS

GPS technology is becoming more important on job sites. It gives you fast and accurate data so you can make informed decisions in real time.“There is so much potential with the data,” says Mike Cook, Chairman of the Board, Land... Continue Reading

Best Hydration Drinks for Construction Workers

In physically demanding jobs like construction, hydration is essential to not only worker productivity, but also safety. This is especially the case when the heat index climbs above the 103°F mark.OSHA Guidelines to Stay Safe in Extreme... Continue Reading