Construction Equipment Executive Institute

Learn the fundamentals of fleet management from our collection of articles and videos. The best in asset management for the construction equipment professional.

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Equipment managers must often identify future staffing and facility needs in response to changes in organizational structure, direction, and contract volume that alter the overall size, composition, and maintenance requirements of the fleet. By calculating the maintenance repair factor (MRF) and…
When an organization depends upon the utilization of construction equipment to perform the functions of the business, it often must grapple with understanding how much maintenance is required to maintain its operational requirements. Problems arise when additional equipment is acquired to increase…
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Every now and then, you must be controversial and address a subject where your beliefs run counter to common practice. Overhead and overhead-cost recovery is one of these subjects.

The controversy has its roots in the difference between a dealer's shop and a contractor's shop. These are…

This sample equipment account will help analyze the variables within the overall account.

Mike Vorster David H. Burrows Professor of Construction Engineering and Management at Virginia Tech. See ConstructionEquipment.com for full archives of “…

A balance sheet is one of two standardized financial reports produced on a regular basis. It provides information used by professionals in the financial community to analyze company performance and see how the company uses its available financial resources. Equipment plays an important part in…

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