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Article July 11, 2014
For 28 years Doug Pawlowski has been removing concrete from driveways, parking lots, streets, factory floors and other locations, always focusing on working fast and minimizing the impact on his surroundings. A recent job put his experience, skill and equipment to the test in a unique setting. His...
Article July 06, 2012
In the extremely competitive business of asphalt paving, where bids of several hundred thousand dollars can be won or lost by less than a thousand dollars, something as common as end-of-the-day cleanup can make a huge difference. For Christ Brothers Asphalt Inc., Lebanon, Ill., a large assortment...
Article July 15, 2011
Standard features have been improved and new features are available in several current models of skid-steer loaders.   Operator comfort and ease of use is optimized with larger cabs and better visibility. Case’s models have cabs that are 25% larger than older editions. Bobcat made its loader easier...
Article July 15, 2011
In a slowly rebounding economy, it can be hard to hear of bid projects and even more difficult to win a job. But that is just what National Concrete Cutting, a concrete removal, demolition and bridge and highway contractor in Council Bluffs, Iowa, has been doing recently with the help of a couple...
Article July 15, 2010
The most common request from customers is for more power, a Bobcat representative told the assembled press at a June event in Atlanta. The company’s response was to beef up its compact loaders as much as possible without crossing the 100-hp barrier. The T870 compact track loader and the S850 skid-...
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