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Inside Vermeer’s immersive HDD training classes designed to fill fiber’s growing demand
This is not all good news to HDD contractors, who are struggling to man drills in the face of such ...
Trimble launches DG613, DG813 pipe lasers with more compact design, radio remote control
At World of Concrete, Trimble has introduced two of its newest Spectra Precision pipe laser models, the DG613 and DG813. ...
Worker killed after backhoe hits service line near Omaha
A worker near Omaha, Nebraska suffered a fatal electrocution last week during the installation of drainage system. According to reports from ...
Utility construction crew unearths 2,000-year-old skeletal remains in South Florida (VIDEO)
While digging the trench for a water line installation a few weeks ago in Davie, Florida, a utility crew discovered ...
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Vermeer intros the D9x13 S3, the first in its new line of drills (VIDEO)
Improved hydraulic efficiency is one of several enhancements to the D9x13 S3 Navigator horizontal directional drill, the first of the ...
The used HDD market is growing: What to look for in a used drill whether you’re buying or selling
While the ICUEE show in Louisville was an opportunity to see the horizontal directional drills fresh from the factory, it ...
Ditch Witch RT120 Quad ride-on trencher handles variety of utility installations
Perform a range of utility installations with Ditch Witch’s RT120 Quad ride-on trencher, which features a 120-horsepower Tier 4-compliant Deutz ...
Design advances, continued strong demand horizontal directional drilling a bright spot
If there’s a bright spot in our murky economic recovery, it is horizontal directional drilling. HDD, strong for several years, ...
Contractor of the Year Finalist
Michael Bray Paso Robles, California Michael Bray Construction Year started: 1991 Number of employees: 12 Annual volume: $3 million Markets served: Site development, commercial paving, utility ...
The heel-print of the Great Recession continues to reverberate throughout the industry. So how are contractors hanging on? Survivor Stories ...
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GMC unveils 2017 Sierra HD All Terrain X, its most powerful off-roader yet thanks to new 6.6L Duramax
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