Tag: construction

Construction is the process of creating and building infrastructure or a facility. It differs from manufacturing in that manufacturing typically involves mass production of similar items without a designated purchaser and construction is typically done on location for a known client. Construction as an industry is six to nine percent of the gross domestic product of developed countries. Construction starts with planning, design, and financing and continues until the project is built and ready for use.

Pond Design, Management and Maintenance

This one-day class is meant for pond owners, pond managers, landscape architects, engineers … and anyone involved with the design, management or maintenance of ponds! It is structured to help you make the proper decisions regarding the appearance, function or up-keep of your pond.

Starting with design, learn how to build

Reader Profile: Ryan Lanser

Reader Profile: Ryan Lanser

Awork site accident changed the trajectory of Ryan Lanser’s career in the construction industry. “I was paving a project in traffic one day, got hit by a dump truck, and thrown into oncoming traffic,” he says. Returning to work for light duty following a few months of recovery, Lanser was

Advertiser’s Index

Allmand Bros. Inc .
www.allmand.com

CalAmp
www.calamp.com/industries/construction

ClearSpan Fabric Structures
www.clearspan.com

Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment America
www.doosanequipment.com

E2 Systems LLC
www.materialplacer.com

Efficiency Production, Inc .
www.efficiencyproduction.com

Excavating Solutions – IDigBest
www.idigbest.com

FODS
www.getfods.com

Hitachi Construction
www.hitachiconstruction.com

Hyundai Construction Equipment
www.hceamericas.com

International Attachment
www.haiiusa.com

John Deere Construction Equipment
www.deere.com

KOBELCO Construction
www.kobelcoamerica.com

National Trench Safety (NTS)
www.ntsafety.com

North American Society for Trenchless Technology
www.nodigshow.com

Speed Shore Corporation
www.speedshore.com

Trench Shoring Services
www.shoring.com

Trinity Shoring Products: GME Division
www.gme-shields.com

World of Asphalt (AEM)
www.aem.org

ShowCase

Mabey
The Mabey LIVEpin is a low-cost, innovative method for measuring axial load on shoring equipment—constructed with high-quality stainless steel to ensure maximum durability, safety, and accuracy. Allows measurements of load on each shear plane but also to compensate readings over the range of field temperatures.

Load capacity of 3500kN
Accurate

Project Profile: The Power of Choice

Project Profile: The Power of Choice

Newton’s third law of motion tells us that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. When it comes to selecting a generator, for every non-action, there is also a reaction—and typically, it’s not in the customer’s favor. Savvy contractors and rental center owners and managers understand that

Project Profile: Rock and Rails

Project Profile: Rock and Rails

FODS

In 2004, Colorado voters approved a multi-billion-dollar public transportation expansion called FasTracks. Developed by the Regional Transportation District (RTD), the plan consists of new commuter rail, light rail, and express bus services. The ambitious plan called for building six new light rail lines consisting of both electric commuter rail and diesel-powered

Project Profile: Fundamentals for IoT

Project Profile: Fundamentals for IoT

Probably the best definition of the Internet of Things (IoT) is in a Forbes magazine article written by the futurist Jacob Morgan. According to Morgan, the IoT refers to the concept of “basically connecting any device with an on and off switch to the Internet (and/or to each other).”

Choosing the Necessities

Choosing the Necessities

Ryan Llewellyn knows tires. He’s the maintenance manager with R&J Trucking in Youngstown, OH. And if there’s one thing he deals with often, it is tires.

Enhancing the Human Condition

Enhancing the Human Condition

Throughout the heavy equipment industry, a significant labor shortage of experienced operators is universally acknowledged. The situation has become so dire that, according to Jeff Drake—business area manager for earthmoving machine control systems, Trimble—some contractors are “importing” operators from other states.

Tabula Rasa

Tabula Rasa

Grading and excavating contractors that do site clearing are discovering equipment with the muscle to attack the most challenging jobs with speed, efficiency, and safety.

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