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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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Why the construction industry makes sense today

The job market today can be daunting, no matter what your skills the competition is fierce, but more than that, whole industries are rapidly changing, and with those changes come new ways of working, and often fewer jobs, and less job security. Knowing where to look for a career that offers some stability is no longer easy, as jobs in…

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Discover The Construction Industry

Some of us don’t think much about it, until they start to build a new building near our home or work.  Then, we usually just complain about how the construction affects traffic and slows everything down. But stop to think about it: what would life be without construction; without heavy equipment? Before heavy equipment, everything was done by hand. Picks…

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Heavy Equipment Safety Is An Issue For All Workers

Heavy equipment has been the focus of attention when it comes to safety for several years now. While operators require training that includes safety, onsite workers also have an obligation to act safely around heavy equipment. Work place health and safety training is now mandatory in many industries and where employers have failed to ensure their employees are trained, big…

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Bulldozers Opening Back Roads

As the weather starts to clear you will see more and more bulldozers hard at work on many of our back roads. Over winter, snow, ice and water sit on these back roads and are generally only accessible using off-road vehicles. Off-road vehicles tend to have larger tires with large tread patterns so you can imagine the effect they have…

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