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Interview: Don’s Rental on the struggle of the independents
Dave Dworschak, second-generation owner of US-based, homeowner-focused Don’s Rental, says it’s tough out there for smaller equipment rental companies in remote markets
10 new cities under construction around the world
Can building new cities around the world help lift tens of millions of people out of poverty?
Interview: JLG’s Tim Morris on the access market and what’s to come
Lindsey Anderson sits down with JLG’s Tim Morris for an update on what’s to come from the world’s largest access equipment OEM
Job hopping, remote working, and tech: How can construction retain Gen Z?
What does Gen Z want from the construction industry? And can the industry provide it?
How much are the world’s biggest construction OEMs spending on R&D?
What are the world’s 10 biggest construction equipment manufacturers spending on research and development?
Part Two: Industry veteran Mike Disser on what independent rental companies need to thrive
Whether you’re looking to sell your business and want to go the distance, Disser offers industry wisdom to help companies reach their goals
Bechtel’s Catherine Hunt Ryan on the battle to recruit more female tradespeople
Catherine Hunt Ryan, head of manufacturing and technology at infrastructure giant Bechtel explains why the company needs to recruit more female craft professionals
Where is HVO gaining a foothold in the US?
US West Coast Cat dealer Peterson Power Systems generated power with 8 million gallons of HVO as a renewable drop-in replacement for diesel fuel
‘Engines running hot’: is Brazil’s rental sector in growth mode?
Following a period of instability, South America’s largest market is beginning to see an upturn in fortunes
When do you insert an international arbitration clause into a construction contract?
When is it sensible to insert an international arbitration clause into a construction contract and what are the advantages of doing so? 
How is the aviation industry using modern access equipment
Effective use is key to reducing the risks for MEWPs around aircraft reports Owen Stockden, Principal at consultants Equinox Partners
How tech can bridge the skills gap
Richard Clement of Smart Construction on the digital technology that could help alleviate the growing shortage of skilled labour
Interview: Optimizing electric fleet management
Software startup Guided Energy aims to assist fleet owners in managing their fleet of electric vehicles, and the vision includes equipment rental
Baltimore bridge collapse: Can engineers prevent similar disasters?
Deadly catastrophe leads to opportunity for engineers to do more to protect the world’s aging bridges
Industry execs commit to Power Progress Summit speaking slots
Speakers will address the Summit theme of “Developments in Digitalization & Decarbonization.”
Costs are making high-speed rail more challenging to build – is there a solution?
Decision-markers in charge of high-speed rail projects all over the world are warning that higher costs are making them more challenging to build.
Industry veteran Mike Disser reveals what he sees as the keys to success in rental
Recently joining forces with RMC Consults, Disser calls on 20 years in rental to provide insight into what it takes to go the distance 
ARA aims to fill workforce pipeline with those who are ‘Born for This’
New campaign targets young people with a natural passion for working hands on with equipment
Why upskilling is key for construction in turbulent economic times
Stacey Hayes-Allen of the UK’s Arden University looks at the role upskilling can play in tackling the industry’s talent gap
How do you future proof your rental business?
Joel Särkkä, CIO of Renta Group, offers his recipe
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