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  • Master plan RFQ deadline is March 3

    San Antonio is seeking a Statement of Qualifications from firms nationwide to prepare a master plan for “The Alamo” in the city’s central business district.

  • The trouble with tunnels

    Tunnel construction in Seattle and Columbus are at a standstill, while officials in Las Vegas are celebrating the completion of a 7-year project.

  • Mini-skidsteer loader

    The SK850 is the most powerful of Ditch Witch’s mini skid-steers.

  • Articulating crane increases production

    The 32/222 articulating crane from Iowa Mold Tooling is designed for superior operator productivity with unique lift and reach capabilities.

  • Intelligent excavator

    The new model from Komatsu goes beyond simple guidance to semi-automatically limit over-excavation and trace a target surface.

  • Tier 4 mobile generators

    New units from Cummins Power Generation are based on the QSB7 and QSL9 engine platforms that have undergone extensive refinements to meet new regulations.

  • AED to 114th Congress: Responsible Policy Can Be Powerful Medicine

    In a letter to the 114th Congress, Associated Equipment Distributors President & CEO Brian P. McGuire is urging swift, bipartisan action to spur economic growth and job creation.

  • Hanley Wood Completes Sale of Exhibitions Business to Informa

    Hanley Wood, the premier information, media, event, and strategic marketing services company serving the residential, commercial design and construction industries, announced today that it has completed the sale of its Exhibitions business to Informa PLC.

  • Data Shows October Construction Spending Increases

    Public construction was the fastest-growing segment for the month but the slowest-growing over the past year and for the first 10 months of 2014 combined.

  • The road to renewable energy

    Persistence pays off for Bernalillo County, N.M., which wanted to use solar power to lower electricity bills at its largest facility.