Cat Phone's director of sales Kevin McCutchan talked about mobile technology
Glenn Haggstrom, principal executive director of the Veterans Affairs Office of Acquisition, Logistics and Construction, has resigned abruptly
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and others celebrated the arrival of the 1,000th construction worker on site at a $1.2 billion MGM National Harbor casino
Equipment ownership costs largely depend on regional climate
North Carolina troopers are urging drivers to slow down in work zones, the day after a DOT worker was hit and killed
Kenworth introduced two new technology products to improve vehicle diagnostics and productivity on the road – Kenworth TruckTech+ and Kenworth NAV+ HD
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner created a short-term budget fix to resolve and immediate $1.6 billion state deficit
Four states have canceled or delayed $780 million in transportation improvement projects and another nine say over $1.8 billion are at risk
Three construction workers were killed and another critically injured after an exterior lift system tore away from the side of an office building under construction in Raleigh, N.C.
Total construction for 2015 is predicted to grow 8 percent according to the latest report from FMI
The newest edition to SDLG’s dealer network is Canada’s Great West Equipment, based out of Vernon, British Columbia
At the Mid-America Trucking Show, International Truck introduced advances to its OnCommand Connection open architecture remote diagnostics system
Ritchie Bros. sold more than CA$44 million (more than $34 million) of heavy equipment and trucks at an unreserved public auction in Montreal, QC
Caterpillar will move two production lines from its Joliet, Ill., plant to Monterey, Mexico, eliminating 230 jobs.
Construction in the medical industry historically has been fueled by the number of beds planned for a facility, but now the medical industry is more focused on outpatient services
The Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP) announced the recipients of the AEMP Annual awards
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $8 million to communities in 21 states and Puerto Rico to reduce emissions from the nation’s existing fleet of diesel engines
A key indicator of equipment leasing confidence is at the highest level in four years, and up in March over its February level.
Manatee County (Fla.) Fleet Services has been awarded the 2015 Fleet Master Award by Construction Equipment and the Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP)
Southeastern Equipment Co. has opened a new Southeastern Rents location in Cambridge, Ohio
Wacker Neuson Group saw record revenue results for 2014. Group revenue increased 11 percent to €1.28 billion (approximately $1.356 billion)
The $1 billion expansion is the first major construction overhaul since the main terminal opened in 1981
Volvo's transmission technology expands with the introduction of I-Shift for severe-duty applications
The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposal to further tighten ozone standards could result in the loss of more than 45,000 construction jobs each year
A construction worker died from injuries suffered following a fall at a Little Rock, Ark., construction site
Declining oil prices are having an impact on Alberta, Canada's construction industry, resulting in new project cancellations, delays and job losses
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration published a proposed revision to its Eye and Face Protection Standards
Volvo Construction Equipment will soon introduce the Volvo Intelligent Compaction (IC) system for select Volvo asphalt compactors
Construction work will begin in the next several weeks on Detroit's new arena complex; the project will cost approximately $450 million
Caterpillar is facing opposition from Komatsu Ltd., its largest competitor, due to fluctuating global currencies in Komatsu's favor
Construction jobs in Utah are expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 2.6 percent through 2022, according to the Bureau Labor of Statistics projections
Ford Motor Co. introduced Ford Telematics powered by Telogis cloud-based technology to help fleets run more efficient operations
A new research report titled "Global Mining Dozer Markert 2014-2018" indicates a steady increase in construction equipment rental
CNH Industrial plans to lay off 80 full-time workers at its Fargo, N.D. plant.
In its first results report since going public, Neff Corp. had a 13-percent rise in rental revenue in the fourth quarter of 2014
Despite large-scale projects taking place in Minnesota, the state has lost 1,700 construction jobs in January.
Dr. J. Don Brock, one of the four founding members of Astec Industries, died at the age of 76 in Chattanooga, Tenn. from complication of mesothelioma cancer
Altec Industries is recalling 3,089 2011-2014 model-year aerial devices because the boom may move unintentionally, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
“Getting Beyond Gridlock” plan would match federal fuels tax increase with offsetting tax rebate for middle and lower income Americans