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On the job stories, news and articles from around the industry.

The fall of the Empire

With the help of Brokk demolition robots, JMX Contracting tackles Canada’s largest building deconstruction at Vancouver’s Empire Landmark Hotel

Edmonton tech is the 1st woman to become a Kenworth Master...

From fixing equipment on the farm with her father, to becoming the first woman in the Kenworth dealer network in Canada and the United States...

Foleyet Timber builds the roads less travelled in Northern Ontario

By Jamie Jackson, Two Rivers Marketing When your work window is May to October, efficiency and reliability...

Clay Hill Equipment: From a four-wheeler to four Waratahs

How do you start a forestry company and grow it from one employee to 30, with a fleet of seven harvesters,...

Tackling a tight fit at the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station

AGF Access Group helps refurbishment efforts at the Darlington nuclear site access a challenging and time sensitive space

Establishing the foundation for drill rig training

It was December 2018 when the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and the International Association for Foundation Drilling...

Priestly Demolition makes its television debut on History Channel

At Priestly Demolition, they’ve always considered their work a spectator sport. Now, their audience is about to grow nationwide.

Selecting the right method for underground utilities

Trenching verses plowing and what is microtrenching? Christine Smith, product marketing specialist for utility and productivity tools for Vermeer Corporation outlines some...

More heavy equipment news

Caterpillar boosts lifting power on new backhoe models

Caterpillar has improved backhoe lifting capacity by as much as 25 per cent on the new Cat 440 and 450 centre pivot models.
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Trimble acquires e-Builder