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Contractor of the Year
How contractor Richard Gordon found the right size for success at Baystate Engineering
Richard Gordon grew up in the operator’s seat. He’s been operating equipment since he was a kid, running skid steers around ...
The 9 leadership rules every contractor should know
One of the great assignments the editors at Equipment World get every year is to go out and interview a ...
Too much of a good thing? Three steps for managing your construction company’s growth
It’s the time of year when Equipment World editors start scouring Contractor of the Year nominations, looking for the best ...
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Each year around this time we start the search for our next Contractor of the Year. These are contractors who have ...
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Lester Contracting grows 50% in one year thanks to focus on customer service, training and investments in machine control
Like many who work in construction today, Ken Lester got his start as a teenager working for his father. His ...
West Virginia contractor inspires devotion through his own loyalty to others
In today’s fickle world, many are often willing to abandon what they know and like for the latest and greatest, ...
How did Stalco Construction triple its project volume during the recession? Adaptability and marketing.
Kevin Harney started Islandia, New York-based Stalco Construction in 1992 with only $1,700. Fast forward to 2012 and the company ...
HDD contractor Scott Kelly’s “Journey to Elite” pays off in Contractor of the Year win
"This is not the business for us.” That’s what Scott Kelly remembers thinking in 1995, the first time he saw horizontal ...
Loyalty a two-way street for successful Colorado contractor T-Bone Construction
With a company he built from the ground up starting in 1987, Michael Thibault's T-Bone Construction in Colorado Springs was ...
Diversity, flexibility lead North Carolina’s Mitch Cox Construction through recession
Editor’s Note: Mitch Cox was a finalist for 2012 Contractor of the Year. He started Mitch Cox Construction Inc. in ...
Husband and wife’s business savvy spell success for Texas contractor
By the time he graduated from high school, Ken Lester, president of Lester Contracting, Port Lavaca, Texas, could operate just ...
Father and sons team up for growth and diversity at R.L. Caudill Construction
Stuart Caudill, owner of R.L. Caudill Construction, Owingsville, Kentucky, and his brothers Robert and Shannon learned to operate equipment from ...
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Inside the 2017 F-250 King Ranch: Ford's Super Duty trucks get bigger and lighter
Caterpillar's new MH3295 material handler a marriage of 390F and 385C excavators
VIDEO: Cat D6 dozer rescued from watery pit by intricate 3-truck winch setup
VIDEO: Route 219 bridge demolished in 3 seconds over Cattaraugus Creek in New York
VIDEO: Hilarious look into the life of a construction newbie goes viral
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by Tom Jackson
Test Drive: 2017 Ford F-650 is a big ol’ Super Duty ...
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