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Without construction, the world would look completely different. There would be no offices, houses, restaurants, or schools. Fortunately, there were 8.7 million Americans working in construction as of 2010, according to the National Association of Home Builders. Construction workers build residential, commercial, and industrial buildings, and they need heavy construction equipment to get the job done. Excavators Excavators are pieces of equipment that can be set on wheel . . .


Did you know that there are 7.8 million production workers in the American construction industry? Many of these workers operate heavy equipment like lifts, loaders, and dozers everyday. And when it comes to moving equipment and supplies to construction sites, many workers depend on sturdy tag along trailers. When your company is in need of a new trailer for your construction jo . . .


In construction, every manner of equipment has a specific use. Many pieces have their use right in the name: for instance, mixers mix things. These are usually the headliners on the construction site. Less attention is generally paid to the other pieces of equipment that make them work; support equipment.

The construction equipment market is huge, boasting a value of $145.5 billion as of 2015. Where an excavator . . .


Construction season never really stops and our heavy equipment rarely gets to take a breather. We get to go home, rest, shower, sleep, and do leisurely activities all in the name of keeping our bodies and minds sound enough to keep the jobs going that need to get done.

Your construction equipment, believe it or not, needs to take time to heal, too. However, being large, inanimate metal constructs, it's impossible for them to schedule . . .


It may come as a shock to you, but accurately predicting the many costs of a construction project is incredibly difficult. The myriad of moving parts involved in getting a building to stand up and not fall down is so variable per project that many of them see budgets being misappropriated. The construction industry is a financial whale, too. Since 2016, the growth in the industry has been set to increase 6% to be valued at a whop . . .