The complex maneuver of lifting heavy prefabricated modules out of New York City’s East River to build a university laboratory took careful planning and the work of one particular heavy-lift floating crane with a complicated past.
With crews at work dismantling two Hurricane Irma-damaged cranes in the city of Miami and a third in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., local leaders are wondering whether Florida’s crane regulations are adequate for the highly vulnerable region.
For decades, heavy-duty pickup-truck manufacturers have fought a number of shortcomings—reliability and longevity come immediately to mind—in winning the business of the all-important commercial buyer.
As demands for better data access on jobsites grows and the Internet of Things begins to bleed over into construction equipment, tool manufacturers are working to build wireless connectivity into their product lines
With signs of rising activity in the U.S. and China construction markets, global equipment manufacturers reported strong sales in the second quarter of 2017, following a period of consolidation and reorganization.
In a catalogue that offers specialized lighting and power equipment for use in hazardous locations, a company now is offering an explosion-proof drone with an impressive range and flight time, a useful payload capacity and a high price tag to match.
Looking for the bright side of the construction crane market has taken considerable effort in the last few years, but an uptick in sales in the first half of 2017 and an increased level of interest from customers has crane manufacturers reevaluating their product lines and rental firms shoring up their distribution channels.
In this webinar, discover how that 15% wait time can be significantly reduced with construction technology that focuses on efficiency gains and higher labor productivity made possible with automation of people, process, and technology.
Hear how a proactive, technology based strategy can keep equipment and fleet assets on the job site and productive, reduce maintenance costs and drive overall improvements in scheduling and operational performance.
The Era of Connection is here. Are you ready? We will discuss how the Future of Making things is bringing radical changes in the way things are designed, made and used, as well as the right tools and knowledge you'll need to take advantage of this opportunity.
This webinar will take a transparent look at the use of Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC's, laser scanning implementation as well as merging it with other reality capture technology, and is geared toward those using laser scanning along with anyone considering other forms of reality capture technology.
As with any new technology, drones also introduce new risks when not managed well. During this webinar, Tim Conroy of DPR Construction will share his experience of creating a drone program and establishing safety standards and risk-mitigation procedures—all while operating at maximum efficiency.