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Rotating telehandlers: A natural addition to your rental fleet
Higher rates coupled with multi-tasking utility make these machines key profit generators
New CEO for National Trench Safety
Former SmartEquip CEO joins company
Major new facility in Europe for Topcon
New facility will vastly increase the number of units produced annually by the technology giant 
Chicago Bears reveal plans for $4.2 billion new stadium
The NFL’s Chicago Bears have revealed plans for a new stadium that could see $4.2 billion of direct capital investment in what they claimed would be one of the region’s biggest-ever construction projects.
Interview: Will a ban on noncompete agreements affect US rental consolidation?
Josh Nickell, VP of equipment rental with the American Rental Association, talks about whether the FTC’s latest move will change the landscape of the US rental industry
The XYZ’s of laser scanning in construction
Dr Chris Rausch outlines the XYZ’s of laser scanning
California transit projects and New York prison drive Tutor Perini’s Q1 revenue up 35%
Two transit projects in California and a major new prison build in New York have contributed to a 35% year-on-year increase in Q1 revenue for US contractor Tutor Perini.
Skanska signs $612m final award for South Brooklyn Marine Terminal upgrade
Skanska has signed a final award worth $612 million for the upgrade of the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal in Brooklyn, New York, USA.
Eyes on inventories as Caterpillar announces Q1 results
Caterpillar announces its first quarter results on 25 April
EquipmentShare mulls US IPO in 2025
Construction equipment rental company EquipmentShare could go public as early as next year (2025), according to a report by Bloomberg.
3 takeaways from AGC’s ‘one-of-a-kind’ decarbonisation playbook
What we learned from AGC’s ‘Playbook on Decarbonization’
Tutor Perini subsidiary lands $72.7m Pensacola International Airport job
Tutor Perini subsidiary Roy Anderson Corp has landed a $72.7 million contract to build a new hangar at Pensacola International Airport in Florida, USA.
US Federal Trade Commission votes to ban noncompete agreements
New rule could affect the landscape of the North American equipment rental industry, currently undergoing a wave of consolidation
Nova Permits purchases Secure Specialized
Nova Permits and Pilot Cars has acquired the assets and the integration into its operations of all services offered by Secure Specialized.
Two engineering firms win role on Canada’s new C$2.7 billion Île d’Orléans Bridge
Engineering and project management companies AtkinsRéalis and TYlin have won a contract as part of the C$2.7 billion (US$2 billion) to build the new Île d’Orléans Bridge.
SC&RA elects 2024-2025 leadership
The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association announces its leadership slate for 2024-2025, led by new president J Rozum. 
Bechtel: ‘The future of construction is digital’
Bechtel highlights how they are utilising technology on the Cutlass Solar project in Texas, US
Construction begins on $12bn Brightline West high-speed rail project
Construction on the $12 billion Brightline West high-speed railway, linking Las Vegas and southern California has officially started.
Maeda names new Canadian dealer
Cropac Equipment will now offer Maeda’s complete line of mini cranes across Ontario.
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