Induction Heating Technology

Induction heating technology in structural steel welding was among the latest construction industry advancements used in the high-profile expansion at Lambeau Field, home of...

Milling Best Practices

The asphalt milling machine—also known as a cold planer, pavement planer, pavement recycler, or roto-mill—is a construction machine used to remove bituminous pavement or...

Making the Equipment Part of Your Workforce

“Zrrrt, this is your pay loader. I need an oil change; do you want me to schedule it myself? ... P.S. I see Frank...

GPS Fleet Tracking

Todd Lewis knows the value of fleet management and tracking products and services. He owned seven carpet cleaning franchises; early business success was manageable....

Cutting-Edge Developments in the Construction Market

Technology has advanced the means of production and how construction businesses are run. Such technology provides valuable real-time information, which allows for better decisions...

Preventing Vehicle and Equipment Misuse

Your vehicles and powered equipment are critical business assets—without them, you can’t do business. In fact, the cost of replacement for some powered equipment...

Infrared & Visible Bridge Scoping

The Federal Highway Administration requires that bridges be inspected every 2 years. In the state of Michigan alone, 4,406 Trunkline bridges (40 percent of...

Success is in the Details

Ensuring the vision outlined in architectural renderings translates to building material manufacturing and then construction, requires careful attention to design and technical detail. For...

Small But Mighty

Shims are used by the hundreds on the jobsite. They serve as temporary alignment aids to hold objects in place until they can be...

Concrete Matters

Concrete, the world’s most widely used building material, is inexpensive, readily available, versatile, and strong. However, it is also a hard sponge and vulnerable...