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Video: Discussing the New E60 Excavator with Bobcat's Jason Boerger | The Dirt #19
With the new E60, Bobcat has replaced two machines in its new R2 Series generation of compact excavators. Hear how they did it and all about the what's new on this six-ton excavator in this latest episode of The Dirt with guest Jason Boerger of Bobcat.
January 23, 2021
Video: Bobcat's E60 Changed the Face of its Excavator Lineup | The Dirt #19
With the new E60, Bobcat has replaced two machines in its new R2 Series generation of compact excavators. Hear how they did it in our latest episode of The Dirt.
January 19, 2021
Final phase of Nevada’s largest interchange underway in Las Vegas
The final phase of Nevada's Centennial Bowl project is underway. This last phase involves completing three remaining ramps in northwest Las Vegas. Watch here.
January 14, 2021
Ford’s New F-150 Tremor is Almost a Raptor, But Without the Price Tag
Ford is expanding the Tremor family of trucks. Initially launched on Super Duty and Ranger, the Tremor off-road package will soon be available on the 2021 F-150 as well. We’ve got the details on this beefy equipment package in the video.
January 13, 2021
Video: Kioti Aims At Exploding Compact Construction Market With First Skid Steer, CTL
Kioti is excited to enter the construction equipment market with its new skid steer and compact track loader. Details and initial specs can be found here.
December 23, 2020
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Cat Renamed the D6K2 Dozer to the D4. Here’s Why They Did It
The D4 is a new addition to the Caterpillar medium size dozer lineup. But it’s not a new machine. It’s the new name of the former D6K2. In the video below, we break down the reason behind the name change as well has how Cat’s new approach to naming dozers is part of a restructuring […]
July 8, 2020
JLG’s 8 New HC3 Boom Lifts Prevent Overloading With Load-Sensing Technology
JLG is rolling out a new line of telescopic and articulated aerial lifts that feature platform heights of 40 to 86 feet and capacity of up to 1,000 pounds.
January 11, 2021
Change Jaws From the Cab With New Genesis GRX 295 Demo Tool
Want to change demolition jaws within 2 minutes and without leaving the cab? Check out the new line of Razer X Multi-Jaw Demolition Tools from Genesis here.
January 7, 2021
This new bridge is being built with a record-breaking concrete girder
The longest prestressed concrete girder made in North America will be placed on an interstate bridge, according to the Washington State DOT. Details here.
January 7, 2021
100 lbs. of Dynamite Used to Blow Up Tenn. Bridge
With nearly 100 pounds of dynamite, a two-lane bridge was destroyed in Clarksville, Tennessee, to make way for a four-lane span.
December 16, 2020
These Contractors Built the Equipment Dealership They Always Wanted | The Dirt #18
Check out our 2020 Dealer of the Year winners Jeff and Ben Franken, a father-and-son team of former contractors that now run Front Range Kubota, Kiowa, Colorado.
December 15, 2020
Bobcat’s Redesigned S62 Skid Steer and T62 CTL Replace Loader Arms and Revamp Durability
The redesigned R-Series skid steer and compact track loader from Bobcat offer a durable design with more power for any job. Watch the video on Equipment World.
December 11, 2020
Painstaking, 3-year rehab of iconic Arlington Memorial Bridge completed
The 88-year-old bridge is now open to traffic and marks one of the largest infrastructure projects in National Park Service history. Details and video here.
December 10, 2020
JLG’s New 1075 Telehandler Is One of the Tallest and Longest in Its Class
The JLG 1075 ranks as one of the tallest and longest-reaching telehandlers in the 10,000-pound-capacity class.
December 9, 2020
Deere Unveils First Articulated Dump Trucks To Get Totally Reengineered Dump Body
Take a look at all the details of John Deere's redesigned dump body on the new E-II Series of articulated dump trucks here on Equipment World.
December 2, 2020
Seattle mayor chooses repair option to reopen city’s busiest bridge
Seattle’s busiest bridge, which has been closed since March 23, is now slated for repairs that are expected to open the bridge by mid-2022, according to Mayor Jenny Durkan’s office. Durkan was faced with a choice of repairing or replacing the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge. The repair is estimated to cost $47 million, while replacement […]
December 2, 2020
Virginia DOT opens state’s 2 tallest bridges
Virginia recently opened its two tallest bridges, the twin Grassy Creek Bridges, both 265 feet tall. Watch VDOT open the first phase of the bridges here.
November 25, 2020
How Spot the Robot Dog Got a Job in Construction | The Dirt #17
Boston Dynamics and Trimble leaders discuss Spot the robot dog and the future of robotics in construction on this episode of The Dirt. Watch it here on Equipment World.
November 23, 2020
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Video: The Meteoric Rise of Kubota Construction Equipment | The Dirt #28
With the explosion of interest in compact equipment over the last few years, Kubota has seen huge growth in its construction equipment division. We talk to product manager Patrick Baker about what's behind that growth and Kubota's latest machines.
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