Seattle Tunnel Partners (STP) completed the first sustained rotation of Bertha’s cutterhead February.
Caterpillar introduced a suite of integrated technologies for M Series, M Series 2 and M Series 3 Motor Graders.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey released a series of updates on the “Raise the Roadway” project on the Bayonne Bridge.
Donaldson reported first-quarter sales declined 9.8 percent to $538.5 from $596.5 million in 2015.
Spectra Energy Received the NETS Roads Safety Achievement Award for its “Driven 2B Safe” program.
Tingley’s Harvest Center, headquartered in Lloydminster, Alberta, Canada, is partnering with JCB, at their North Battleford and Lloydminster locations, as Tingley’s JCB.
The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) released its 2015 Congestion Impact Analysis of Freight-Significant Locations.
A construction worker died when he fell eleven feet from a box sitting on a fork of a tractor at Missouri job site.
Georgia Power completed the 15-hour, 2,400 cubic yard continuous pour at the Plant Vogtle nuclear expansion site.
Case Construction Equipment, the National Wildlife Refuge Association, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Team Rubicon teamed up for an equipment operator training and erosion abatement project.
A Federal Administration Task Force (FAA) submitted recommendations for registering drone operators.
Construction job growth rebounded in October as 43 states and Washington D.C. recorded employment increases from a year earlier, while 35 states added construction jobs in the past month.
Caterpillar warned that it does not expect the sale of excavators to China to return to peak levels in 2010 and 2012.
Caterpillar is considering consolidating two of its East Peoria manufacturing facilities, which would impact 230 jobs.
As paramedics rescued a construction worker trapped under dirt from a trench collapse, his co-worker, 24-year-old Isidro Martinez, was not as fortunate.
A Case 750M crawler dozer was the first unit to roll off the expanded production facility at Burlington, Iowa.
The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority unanimously approved a $2.2 billion terminal replacement plan for Lindbergh Field.
With the Senate passing an extension for highway and transit aid to states through Dec. 4, legislators ostensibly have more time to work on a long-term bill.
Cummins will repurchase another $1 billion in shares upon completion of the existing $1 billion buyback approved in July 2014.
A worker apparently slipped and fell from scaffolding surrounding a high-rise project
Navistar is looking to lease or sell half of its Lisle, Ill., headquarters facilities
Under a provision in the 2016 federal budget bill, OSHA would be permitted to raise fines for work-place violations by 82 percent.
A utility worker was seriously injured when a 76-year-old driver crashed into a construction site hitting the back of a truck.
OSHA’s Federal Annual Monitoring Evaluation (FAME) assessed Indiana OSHA (IOSHA) and identified continuing concerns that the agency needs to address.
The two groups will build a test database in response to an ISO request for a method of testing the downloading of telematics data
Manufacturing increased in October for the first time in three months, driven by the production of more construction materials and motor vehicles.
Takeuchi-US added Northwest Parts & Equipment as a new dealer, serving western Montana.
The $8.9 billion Sasol ethane plant reached one year of construction with about 3,300 workers on site and plans to hire approximately 1,700 more.
With technology such as smart cameras and wearable monitors, operator and worker fatigue can be monitored.
Haney Equipment Company Inc. opened a dedicated JCB equipment dealership, Haney JCB, in Cullman, Ala.
The Associated General Contractors of Missouri handed out 12 awards to the 2015 Keystone Award winners.
The New York State Thruway Authority launched a website for the construction progress of the $3.9 billion Tappan Zee Bridge.
HCEA’s seventh pictorial review, titled “Roadbuilding Construction Equipment at Work in the State of Massachusetts,” and the 2016 HCEA Calendar are now available for purchase.
Genie designed a new consolidated maintenance protocol that enables customers to complete the entire program for any Genie S- and Z- boom lift model.
OSHA fined Texas subcontractors $407,400 for the death of a worker who fell three stories without being provided proper fall protection.
The mobile crane market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 6.92 percent over the period 2015-2019.
Italian infrastructure firm Salini Impregilo acquired U.S. based Lane Industries Inc.
It took construction crews 18 hours to pour nearly 12,000 cubic yards of concrete at the site of San Francisco’s Salesforce tower.
The major barriers women continue to face in working in construction include discrimination, isolation, harassment and overall lack of work.
A construction crane was loading a pallet of wood when it tipped over and fell onto an excavator, fence and portable toilet.