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Northeast region sees 6.3 percent increase

If the prototype robots perform well, similar bots will be deployed to decommissioned other nuclear sites

New centralized location for PGA Tour and vibrant upgrades for Jaguar's neighborhood

California's Department of Water Resources (DWR) has posted an update for the Lake Oroville Spillways Emergency Recovery Project construction activities.

Ditch Witch has partnered with Vacuworx to make two Vacuworx vacuum lifting systems compatible with Ditch Witch mini skid steers.

The American Petroleum Institute and North America’s Building Trades Unions have established the Pipeline Construction Safety Training Program.

First program will be available to the Laborers International Union of North America (LiUNA), the Operating Engineers Union (IUOE) and the United Association (UA)

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On June 1st of this year, two of the world’s leading heavy equipment disposition companies – Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers and IronPlanet – joined together as one company Delivering Choice: Two Companies Join to Offer More Ways Than Ever to Buy & Sell Equipment

On June 1st of this year, two of the world’s leading heavy equipment disposition companies – Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers and IronPlanet – joined together as one company

AEM has announced the addition of the Las Vegas Festival Grounds for Conexpo 2020

Additional square footage to make up for loss of Gold Lot

Metra launches 2018 construction program

an excavator operated by D. Grimm, a civil land and energy contractor based in Conroe, Texas, took down a transmission line while working to restore power to the island on Wednesday.

An excavator operated by D. Grimm took down a transmission line while working to restore power to the island on Wednesday.

Announces new $1.25 billion share repurchase program

Jim Brown is the new president of Okada America

Jim Brown is the new president of Okada America, replacing Tony Neikirk. Brown had been executive VP.

Time-lapse video of Chicago's Wrigley Field upgrades

Two OSHA inspections on North Dakota sites result in 9 serious citations and 6 willful citations

New legislation gives construction workers protection from wage and benefit abuse

Up 1.9 Percent from February's 1.295 million

Terex Utilities broke ground on a manufacturing facility in Watertown, SD

State-of-the-art facility will consolidate 10 Terex locations in to one production facility

A new 1,422 foot skyscraper may be built on what is now a parking lot on the east side of Trib Tower

Chicago landmark would get a 1,422-foot tall neighbor, the second highest in the city

Engineers have proposed driving micro-piles down to the bedrock on one side of the high-rise, then letting the other side continue to sink until the building straightens itself.

Funds will go to help 32 states to repair damage caused by storms, floods, earthquakes, fires, and terrorists

Volkswagen is signaling willingness to take over Navistar

Volkswagen's Truck & Bus unit paid $256 million for a 16.9 percent stake in Navistar in 2016 and is now signaling willingness to take over the rest of the Illinois-based company.

Roads fitted with conductive technology are paired with electric vehicles

Roads fitted with conductive technology are paired with electric vehicles

NHTSA recalled some Western Star trucks

Possibility of fuel leaks and electrical arcing

Caterpillar made several executive changes

Following the announcement that Group President Rob Charter will retire, Caterpillar announced changes in responsibilities for two group presidents and the appointment of a new group president.

Full-size tubes designed to move people and freight arrive at Hyperloop Transportation Technologies

The first set of full-size tubes designed to move people and freight has arrived at Hyperloop Transportation Technologies' research and development center in Toulouse, France.

FHWA warned that if the dangerous bridges were not closed immediately, Mississippi would be in danger of losing access to federal funds.

FHWA warned that if the dangerous bridges were not closed immediately, Mississippi would be in danger of losing access to federal funds.

Investment in equipment and software will likely continue to strengthen in 2018

After solid growth in 2017, investment in equipment and software will likely continue to strengthen in 2018 and is projected to expand 8.5 percent

The Dodge Momentum Index moved 6.1 percent higher in March

The Dodge Momentum Index moved 6.1 percent higher in March

Colorado Department of Transportation has spent $1.5 million to recover from ransomware attack

StateScoop.com reports the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has spent up to $1.5 million to recover from February's ransomware attack by the SamSam virus.

To simplify technician scheduling and maximize resources, Trimble and XAPT Corporation have introduced NAXT

New York smoke shop owner protests recent court decision by building his own exit off nearby thruway

Viewpoint has acquired Keystyle Data Solutions (Keystyle).

Volvo R100E haul truck is an all new model

Volvo Construction Equipment officially launched its line of rigid-frame haul trucks at its Motherwell facility in Scotland.

Caterpillar group president of Customer & Dealer Support Rob Charter is retiring, effective June 1.

Construction costs climbed again in March, with increases for a wide range of building materials, including many that are subject to proposed tariffs that could drive prices still higher and cause scarcities

President Donald Trump joined with department heads to sign memorandum of understanding to speed infrastucture project approval processes

Memorandum of Understanding requires federal agencies to conduct their review processes at the same time, rather than sequentially

New Las Vegas convention center hall will be built on what is now the Gold and Diamond parking lots

A new 600,000-square-foot exhibition hall will be built on what is now the Gold and Diamond parking lots

Texas-based ROMCO Equipment will also supply parts and service for Cenen Tech mixers

Friday's demolition of a silo in Vordingborg, Denmark went the wrong way when the silo fell onto a library and music school

Komatsu America is moving its headquarters to Chicago's northwest side at Triangle Plaza

Komatsu America is moving its headquarters in Rolling Meadows, Ill., 15 miles to new offices on Chicago's northwest side at Triangle Plaza

DOE launches independent investigation to find out why

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