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The Asphalt App Predicts the Price of Liquid Asphalt Up to 18 Months Out
It incorporates daily closing prices of a variety of energy products when making its predictions.
May 19, 2022
The Definition of “Waters” Hurting Infrastructure Projects, Critics Say
Roadside ditches could be regulated, delaying transportation projects and increasing costs, say construction industry groups.
May 18, 2022
How William 'Porkchop' Honey and his dump truck saved a paving crew
He drove his Mack hauler in between a speeding drunken driver causing the driver to hit his truck instead of the road workers.
May 13, 2022
Biden Issues Plan to Speed Up Infrastructure Projects; Some Concerned 2-Year Goal Omitted
Two-year goal set by infrastructure law not mentioned in new action plan, road contractor group says.
May 12, 2022
Compact equipment attachments
Patch and Pave Small Areas with the Mazio Skid Paver Attachment
It has a 1.5-cubic-yard hopper capacity, a paving width of up to 6.2 feet and a paving speed of 82 feet per minute.
May 12, 2022
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Safety & Compliance
2 Ga. Contractors Cited After Fatal Bridge Collapse During Demolition
An overstressed section collapsed and fell into the river 50 feet below, killing one and injuring two workers, OSHA says.
May 9, 2022
New Footage of Pittsburgh Bridge Collapse Provides More Clues
Two screen shots from video cameras on a bus just before it fell to the ground are released by the NTSB.
May 6, 2022
Pittbos Helps Asphalt Contractors Keep Track of the Entire Project
Designed by a contractor, Pittbos automates estimation, sales tracking and order management for asphalt paving companies.
May 5, 2022
$6.4B Headed to States to Cut Carbon, Including for Road Pavements
The new FHWA Carbon Reduction Program, part of the $1 trillion infrastructure law, includes low-carbon asphalt pavements.
May 2, 2022
Pushing Paperless: e-Ticketing for Road, Bridge Projects Takes Off
More than 40 state departments of transportation expect to adopt some form of e-Ticketing by the end of the year.
May 2, 2022
Biden’s Infrastructure Rules Frustrate Contractors Groups
These three requirements governing unions, U.S.-made materials and the environment will delay projects and increase costs, the groups say.
April 28, 2022
Fla. Expressway Contractor Cited after Worker Killed in Crane Incident
He died on a toll-road construction project after being struck in the chest by a concrete pile. OSHA issues penalties on the contractor.
April 25, 2022
A “One Person” Cold Planer: Wirtgen’s New Compact W 120 Fi
... And it's Wirtgen’s first to get a John Deere engine since Deere acquired the company in 2017.
April 22, 2022
Time-Lapse Video: Rapid Utah Bridge Replacement Condensed to 2 Minutes
It took less than 24 hours to demolish a bridge and slide a new one into place for a busy interstate. Check out the video.
April 18, 2022
The Big Question: How Long Until New Equipment Arrives?
As the latest models were revealed at World of Asphalt, so were record order backlogs.
April 20, 2022
Looking for a Compactor to Take Advantage of the Infrastructure Law?
Manufacturers expect rising demand for soil and asphalt rollers. Here's our guide to picking your next compactor.
April 13, 2022
Outer Banks “Jug Handle” Bridge to Open Soon
The new 2.4-mile span provides a long-term solution to a section of the main highway that has washed out during major storms.
April 8, 2022
“The Maintainer” – Mauldin’s M415XT is a Unique Multitasking Machine
Geared to small contractors, it’s a compact motor grader, loader, ripper – whatever you want it to be.
March 31, 2022
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Volvo Testing its First Large Electric Excavator, the EC230 E
It delivers the same performance as the diesel-powered EC220E with zero emissions, low noise and reduced cost of ownership, the company says.
An Electric Pickup Truck from Sany? Leaked Images Show Concepts
New V8 Ford Raptor R Kicks Up Rooster Tail in Surprise Appearance
Restoring Grandfather’s WWII Era Ingersoll-Rand Air Compressor
The Mighty Ford Maverick: A Compact Workhorse That's Fun to Drive
Equipment World Contractor of the Year
The Contractor of the Year contest recognizes contractors who have annual revenues of between $3 million and $15 million and exemplify the highest standards of construction professionals.
5 Ways to Reduce Fuel Costs
As one of your biggest expenses, fuel usage should be watched closely. Download this eBook to learn how fleet management solutions can help you monitor key factors that can contribute to wasted fuel.