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Transportation Construction Coalition Fly-In is May 10-11; registration filling fast
This year's Transportation Construction Coalition (TCC) Fly-In, being held May 10-11 at the Hyatt Regency Washington at 400 New Jersey Ave. NW in ...
PCA forecasts steady growth for cement consumption through 2016 as construction activity increases
According to the latest forecast from the Portland Cement Association (PCA), cement consumption in the U.S. will see steady gains ...
PCA chief economist Sullivan continues optimistic forecast; 8% cement consumption growth in 2014
Echoing his forecast at last year’s event—where he passed out sunglasses —during the first morning of World of Concrete 2014 Ed ...
PCA Pres: “Pendulum is swinging back” for construction industry (WOC 2013)
You don't usually get a pair of sunglasses at a press conference. And, given the recent tough years for the ...
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PCA: 2013 is construction’s real turnaround year
Ed Sullivan, the Portland Cement Association's chief economist, is not one to be overly optimistic. While others were saying that construction ...
PCA revises its forecast, doubles expected increase
The Portland Cement Association has revised its spring forecast, and now anticipates a 6.9 percent increase in cement consumption in ...
Coalition to Committee on Deficit Reduction: Surface transportation program must be considered in mission
Stressing that a cost-effective, well-maintained, safe and efficient transportation system is essential to economic growth, job creation and global competiveness, ...
‘Rally for the Roads’ on 5/25 in D.C. will tout need for well-funded, multi-year highway reauthorization bill
The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) and its allied trade associations will sponsor a “Rally for Roads” on ...
Special Report: EQUIPMENT’S BRAVE NEW WORLD
Where we are, how we got here and what happens next. by Kirk Landers, editor emeritus, Better Roads A recovery is coming ...
It’s over but it’s not By Marcia Gruver Doyle While the headline on a recent press release touted that “more construction firms ...
Tesla reveals plan for 'new kind of pickup,' heavy duty truck
VIDEO: Tracked drilling rig tips onto rear end in longest rollover trailering accident ever
VIDEO: Workers leap to safety from burning boom lift 6 stories up
Crane collapses atop Tappan Zee Bridge, shutting down traffic and injuring 5
Hennessey unveils 704-hp Ford F-150 VelociRaptor (PHOTOS)
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Komatsu acquires mining equipment maker Joy Global for $3 billion
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VIDEO: Workers leap to safety from burning boom lift 6 stories ...
by Wayne Grayson
Ram says Ford Super Duty’s claim to towing throne isn’t fair ...
by Tom Quimby
Construction firm’s in-house machine control software the first step toward automated ...
by Wayne Grayson
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