More From archaeology

Hotel construction unearths beer mugs, liquor bottles and a bar dating back to before the Revolutionary War

Hotel construction unearths beer mugs, liquor bottles...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on May 14, 2014

Archaeologists are excavating the construction site of a 22-story hotel on The Bowery in New York City, which has been occupied ...

Utility construction crew unearths 2,000-year-old skeletal remains in South Florida (VIDEO)

Utility construction crew unearths 2,000-year-old...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Jan 16, 2014

While digging the trench for a water line installation a few weeks ago in Davie, Florida, a utility crew discovered ...

Construction of London railway uncovers a millennium’s worth of historical artifacts

Construction of London railway uncovers a...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Aug 20, 2013

The 73-mile, $23 billion Crossrail commuter line is Britain's largest construction project. Tunneling for the project's 13-mile underground rail is ...

NYC construction crew digs up artifacts from American Revolutionary era

NYC construction crew digs up artifacts from American...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Aug 15, 2013

While digging to replace utilities under New York City's South Street Seaport, a construction crew uncovered several artifacts from the ...

Construction crews unearth 6,200-year-old wood carving in Wales

Construction crews unearth 6,200-year-old wood carving...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Aug 13, 2013

“In archaeological circles, this is the is equivalent to winning the lottery." That was the reaction from Richard Scott Jones, an archaeologist ...

Do you want some tips to stay safe on the job site?

Equipment World has created an entire section devoted to safety.

Click here to check it out. »

 

Here are the most recent tips we've posted:

Hauling headaches: Know your load limits when trailering equipment

One-man machines: The operator should be the only person on a wheel loader

advertisement
advertisement
advertisement
advertisement