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A paving project moves along under the watchful eye of a robotic total station.

Automated systems offer the prospect of increased control over the asphalt-paving process

Backfill blades are becoming more prevalent in the mid-size class of excavators

Reduced-tail-swing excavators, along with production and efficiency increases from OEMs, bolster the market

Power Pavers 7700 paver is capable of 12-foot-wide offset paving and up to 20-foot-wide conventional paving.

As slipform machine design advances to meet contractor needs, stringless capability, versatility, transportability, and precise control head the list of technical developments in concrete pavers.

Gradeability is a must for soil compactors

Despite not yet seeing a boost from infrastructure spending, OEMs are offering increased tech choices

A microtrenching train works on a residential street.

Attachment offerings allow managers to do more with ride-on tractors, but know your soil when it’s time to select the basic trencher, chains, and teeth

Doosan DX190W-5 wheeled excavator works on a project

Wheeled excavators have a long way to go to match their popularity in Europe

Funding stability is bringing new energy to the asphalt-paving industry

Funding stability is bringing new energy to the asphalt-paving industry, but contractor challenges persist and call for informed buying decisions

Vertical lift compact track loaders have become increasingly sought after.

The younger CTL market continues to cut into skid steers as OEMs add sizes and more to their tracked lines

A solid economy keeps the segment hot, and Trump’s pronouncements could have positive and negative consequences

Manufacturers tout cost-saving settings and features to temper more expensive Tier 4 machines


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