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As the temperatures rise for summer, road repair works increase too

While some states have fairly consistent climates and avoid the issue, all over the country the effects of as change from the cold, winter temperatures to the very warm summer ones are being seen in the roads that connect our towns and cities together. For the heavy machinery industry this is regular, reliable construction work that is happening somewhere in…

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In cab communication

When you spend most of your day operating heavy equipment, your office is the cab, its where you are in control, and you know what is happening. However, without good communication lines it can be a very isolating place as well. Operators need the ability to concentrate of course, but isolation is not an answer, ensuring in cab communications are…

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Exciting New Job Opportunities!!

Have you ever considered a career in the construction industry? Becoming a CDL truck driver,┬áheavy equipment operator or mobile crane operator┬ácan open up exciting new job opportunities. Here are some companies that have recently hired our graduates: Amherst, WI hiring Class-A CDL truck drivers. Murray, KY hiring Class-A CDL truck drivers. Houston, TX hiring heavy equipment operators. Oconto, WI hiring…

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6 Essential Things Heavy Equipment Operators Do

Heavy equipment operators are essential to modern life. They perform tasks that most of us aren't willing to do and that most of us aren't qualified to do. Here are six essential things heavy equipment operators do every day. Build roads - From the time that President Eisenhower started building the Interstate highway system--and even before that--America's roads have been…

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Why Truck Drivers Work Holidays

Now that Memorial Day is over, let's have a frank talk about holidays and truck driving. If you think that you'll be one of those rare truck drivers who is always home on every holiday, then you might rethink your plans to acquire truck driver training. Heavy equipment operators are another story. Typically, heavy equipment operators work on a job…

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