Business

Filling the Gap

Filling the Gap

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As the construction market inches its way to recovery, contractors are eager to dive back into work and explore new projects. But before crews can get back to the grind, they need to make sure they have the right machines for the job.

Ready for Rental?

Ready for Rental?

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Excavation projects by definition are dangerous operations that require caution and planning, especially when the excavation is intended to create a work space for personnel such as for underground installation repair or installation. Creating a safe working area for every excavation project presents unique challenges for the contractor or municipality’s safety personnel and the work crew.

Pump It Up

Pump It Up

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Portable pumps are often rented to customers to assist them in meetingm specific project requirements. Many successful companies augment their core fleet with rental equipment such as pumps for specialized projects or a short duration.

Bid to Win

Bid to Win

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If you’re looking to add to your equipment fleet in 2013, auctions offer contractors a great way to buy the machines they need.

The Perfect Pairing

The Perfect Pairing

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Underground utility installations and repairs call for a lot of muscle, so it’s no wonder why an excavator fits the bill. These machines are large and in charge when the time comes to dig deep and pick and place materials around the jobsite. However, they can’t do it alone, so that’s where attachments come into play.

Productivity’s in the Air

Productivity’s in the Air

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Contractors need an arsenal of equipment to get their work done. And although the idea of these fleets include big machines such as excavators and backhoes, the supporting cast of equipment warrants attention too. Portable air compressors allow contractors to channel pressurized gases to drive their tools and crews into ever new applications (hammers, vacuums, nail guns, pumps and other new jobs).

Government Relations Is about Relationships

Government Relations Is about Relationships

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The more things change, the more they stay the same. As the new government prepares to tackle a number of issues challenging our country this year, more than 90 new members of the House of Representatives and Senate come to Congress. Our country faces a number of issues unique to this point in history.