Improving Safety & Efficiency with Road Repair Attachments

April 19, 2022

April 19th, 2022 1:00 ET / 12:00 CT | Register Here

Crewmember safety is the highest priority in road construction. And with so many uncontrollable variables on a busy highway or narrow back road, a contractor needs to be armed with the appropriate equipment to ensure safety and efficiency. While often overlooked, attachments offer contractors a wide-range of benefits, from equipment versatility, ease-of-transport, increased safety and even up to 50% labor reduction.

This webinar will outline how material placement and compaction attachments provide a realistic, effective solution by utilizing equipment that contractors are already familiar with, including skid steers, compact track loaders, wheel loaders and more. By changing workflow, minimizing maintenance, lowering equipment cost, users can find smarter methods of labor, increase their ROI and provide unparalleled safety for their crew.

This session will educate attendees on the dangers associated with road repair and how new equipment options can alleviate them. It will show real-life performance comparisons and discuss road maintenance best practices to ensure safety and efficiency on every jobsite.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss different types of road maintenance attachments.
  • Explore the benefits utilizing attachments versus self-propelled equipment.
  • Learn about design features that provided unparalleled safety for operators
  • Feature case studies from contractors and federal analyses of road repair attachment effectiveness.


Todd Granger

Director of Sales

Road Widener LLC

Todd Granger is the director of sales for Road Widener LLC. Before joining Road Widener in 2020, Granger amassed 22 years of experience in the construction industry. He works closely with the regional sales team to grow awareness of Road Widener’s patented product line and enhance customer support with industry-wide educational initiatives that increase understanding of the benefits of road repair attachments.