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Contractor of the Year
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 ...
Are you our 2014 Contractor of the Year? Apply now
Each year around this time we start the search for our next Contractor of the Year. These are contractors who have ...
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, ...
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Renting Vs. Buying: 10 Reasons to Rent Equipment
You need bulldozing, digging or lift equipment for upcoming jobs. Should you buy or rent? Many construction contractors already see…
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 ...
Communication brings Massachusetts contractor through tough times
Richard Gordon has been operating equipment since he was a kid, running Bobcats around in the yard, the machine a ...
Smart, skilled class of contractors necessary to navigate worst recovery in modern history
In this era of partisan news both sides will spin any facts any way to make their side look better. ...
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Atlas Copco plans to sell Dynapac road equipment division
Chevy unveils Carhartt Silverado 2500HD, a sharp work truck literally covered in duck brown fabric
ASV intros RT-120 Forestry CTL calling it "largest, most powerful in the industry"
VIDEO: Suspended from crane, Bobcat demos concrete beneath tracks
VIDEO: Excavator operator realizes error, grasps for shore, sinks boat anyway
Dangerous chaos after a trench collapse
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Ford unveils redesigned 2018 F-150 with first-ever diesel option (VIDEO)
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John Deere intros 844K-III and Aggregate Handler config with improved hydraulics, ...
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Ford to build a hybrid F-150 with integrated generator for jobsites ...
by Wayne Grayson
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