Video: Iowa DOT Worker Narrowly Missed by Out-of-Control Drivers
The video shows how dangerous life can be for workers along highways and why motorists need to pay more attention.
September 22, 2023
Emergency Rebuilds of Sanibel, Fern Hollow Bridges Make National Award Finals
The projects are among 12 finalists named for the 2023 America's Transportation Awards. See who made the cut.
September 21, 2023
Video: “Fire in the Hole!” Bridge Blast Sends 6M Lbs. of Steel into River
Watch the Rocheport Bridge over the Missouri River get blown up to make way for a new bridge on I-70.
September 18, 2023
Construction Rushes Ahead to Bring Formula 1 Racing to Las Vegas by Nov.
Sections of The Strip have been torn up and repaved to meet the international racing circuit's standards for the November race.
September 13, 2023
Video: 2-Million-Pound Bridge Span Lifted into Place in W.Va.
The new bridge will eventually relieve a bottleneck on I-64 after replacing a 60-year-old span that has been dismantled.
September 11, 2023
Colorado Reconnects Key Route with Temporary Modular Bridge
A 20-foot-wide sinkhole after a culvert collapse forced travelers to use a 200-mile detour until the steel Acrow bridge was installed.
September 8, 2023
New EPA Wetlands Rule Still Leaves Uncertainty for "Roadside Ditches," ARTBA Says
Three months after the Supreme Court cut back the EPA's authority over wetlands, the agency has issued its new rule to comply.
August 30, 2023
Milestone Reached in I-285 Interchange Makeover in Atlanta Area
More lanes on I-285 have reopened after bridges were demolished and rebuilt for the $800 million project.
August 25, 2023
Guidelines Finalized for Buy America Act on Construction Materials
The standards – which some construction groups call confusing – require American-made materials on federally funded infrastructure projects.
August 24, 2023
Could These Concrete Sensors Help Build Longer-Lasting Highways?
The WaveLogix Rebel Concrete Strength Sensors are being tested on interstate reconstruction projects to prevent premature concrete failure.
August 23, 2023
Survey Crew Chief Dies in Dozer Incident on I-26 Project in N.C.
The dozer operator was backing up and didn't see the victim who was working nearby.
August 21, 2023
Video: Rapid Emergency Rebuild of Collapsed I-95 in Philadelphia
ARTBA's new video details how the interstate section was reopened in just 12 days after a fiery tractor trailer crash.
August 18, 2023
36% of U.S. Bridges Need Repair or Replacement, ARTBA Reports
It would cost over $319 billion to make all the needed repairs, the association estimates.
August 18, 2023
LeeBoy Debuts 8608 Commercial Paver with Narrow Conveyor, Smooth Ride
Designed for heavy commercial paving and large volume jobs, it features oscillating bogie tracks and can pave on dirt, sand and aggregate.
August 14, 2023
Contractor Picked for $3B Reconstruction of Brent Spence Bridge Corridor
A design-build team has been chosen to reconfigure the second-worst truck bottleneck in the nation.
August 11, 2023
Contractor of the Year
America's Celebrity Paving Contractor Finds Big Following on Social Media
American Pavement Specialists' videos and posts have catapulted the company from local heroes to national fame.
August 3, 2023
Dynapac Launches Compact F1250CS Plus Paver with Remote Control
When paving in tight spaces, the paver offers not only a compact size but wireless remote control and widths of 20 inches to 11.5 feet.
August 3, 2023
LeeBoy Reveals its Largest Tracked Asphalt Paver, the 8680
It's an "in-between machine" for heavy commercial and state and county road paving.
August 2, 2023
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Top Clothing and Gear for Working in Cold Weather
Get prepared before temperatures drop with these products designed to fend off the cold. OSHA also offers tips for staying safe in winter.
Bobcat Reduces Tailswing, Lengthens Arm on New E40 Compact Excavator
“A Super Huge Win” – Test Run of Cat’s 420 XE Backhoe
Compact Track Loaders
New Holland Intros C330 Compact Track Loader with “Super Boom”
8 Ways a Business Credit Card can Improve your Construction Company’s Finances
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.
8 Surprising Ways a Business Credit Card can Improve your Construction Company’s Finances
Want to optimize business spending and even earn rewards in today’s tough economic climate? The right card can help you do all that and more!