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Contractor of the Year
Best of the Best: Here are the 12 finalists in our 2015 Contractor of the Year awards
Equipment World announces its 2015 finalists for the Contractor of the Year program, now in its 15th year. Each of the ...
When the Marcellus Shale provided the opportunity, West Virginia contractor Dwaine Doss was ready
Most contractors understand you don’t waste daylight. But by the time the sun breaks over the mountains of central West ...
Don’t mistake our Contractor of the Year program as just another giveaway
Yes, our 12 finalists get a free weekend in Las Vegas. And it’s true they get VIP treatment from sponsor ...
How adding services helped J&S General Contracting grow during the recession
Neither lengthy winters nor a crippling recession slowed down Steve Mueller or Dan Thiel. Instead, they combined their business savvy, passion ...
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With the rising cost of doing business and competition forcing prices downward, construction companies are turning toward overhead reduction as…
Building the future of your construction company: Matching tech-savvy, young employees in a mentorship with seasoned crew members
When I listen to contractors tell me how they first became involved in construction—usually a tale of early exposure and ...
VIDEO: Watch our 2014 Contractor of the Year box a guy who outweighs him by 100 lbs. in the Golden Gloves
You don’t get very far in the construction business without a competitive spirit, the ability to duke it out, to ...
New Hampshire’s Jeremy Hiltz Excavating named Equipment World’s 2014 Contractor of the Year
In an awards banquet Saturday night at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Jeremy Hiltz Excavating was named Equipment World's Contractor ...
Family’s love of equipment, disciplined work ethic grew R.L. Caudill Construction into a company that’s hard to compete with
Robert L. Caudill started a small construction company in eastern Kentucky nearly 50 years ago. But today, at age 73, ...
ConExpo coverage begins and ends with honors for the best in the construction industry
Who are the best contractors, technicians and fleets in the heavy construction industry? We're about to find out. While ConExpo is traditionally ...
How a flooded ice skating rink helped one contractor start his own business
Everyone has to deal with unexpected changes in their lives, and often in their careers. For Brian Winot, owner of ...
Community involvement, business acumen drives Phillips Companies, one of our 2014 Contractor of the Year finalists
“How about some basketball tonight?” It turns out that Brad Phillip’s question to me was less about cheering on the Wright ...
How a loyalty to your employees can result in big growth for your construction business
“I’ve stayed with Larman Construction so long because of this guy right here,” said Fred Barhydt, pointing a finger at ...
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Caterpillar to begin manufacturing mini excavators as market growth ends deal with Wacker Neuson
This 1939 Dodge pickup has been reborn with a new electric heart (VIDEO)
Ritchie Bros. to acquire online equipment auctioneer IronPlanet for $758.5 million
REVIEW: Cat S60's design, speed, built-in FLIR thermal camera combine for the ultimate construction phone
VIDEO: Watch as a massive Komatsu PC8000 mining shovel is assembled in this time-lapse
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Ritchie Bros. to acquire online equipment auctioneer IronPlanet for $758.5 million ...
by Tom Jackson
Caterpillar to begin manufacturing mini excavators as market growth ends deal ...
by Wayne Grayson
REVIEW: Cat S60’s design, speed, built-in FLIR thermal camera combine for ...
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With new emissions regs, can heavy truck makers go all-in on ...
by Jason Cannon
Test Drive: Off-roading in Nissan’s sonar-equipped 2017 Titan Pro-4X Crew Cab ...
by Tom Quimby