Category Archives: Features

PavementGroup.com: An industry-leading supplier of paving related items

PavementGroup.com: An industry-leading supplier of paving related items

by Jon M. Casey For aggregate producers, paving contractors, asphalt plant operators and asphalt material recyclers who are looking to buy new or quality used equipment, PavementGroup.com of Albany, NY, has developed into an industry-leading supplier of paving related items.  They offer everything for that sector from complete asphalt plants, pugmills, RCC plants and crushers […]

Texas Materials wins two TXAPA Quality Pavement Awards

Texas Materials wins two  TXAPA Quality  Pavement Awards

by Keith Loria Texas Materials has been servicing the Central Texas area since its birth in 1982 as a family-owned sealcoat and asphalt paving company. Since then, it has grown to become a leading choice for asphalt production and paving services, ready-mix concrete, sand and gravel and crushed stone. The company is part of the […]

ADMAR Construction Equipment & Supplies hosts successful Customer Demo Day

ADMAR Construction Equipment & Supplies hosts successful Customer Demo Day

ADMAR Construction Equipment & Supplies, headquartered in Rochester, NY, recently conducted their annual equipment Employee Demo Days event. The format in the past has been a three-day training event for staff only, covering product training with all inside and outside sales personnel on the equipment they sell and service. This year, they added a fourth […]

Where there’s a need — there’s a way

Where there’s a need — there’s a way

A look at how one trailer manufacturer evolved heavy-haul trailers Heavy-haul trailers have come miles since the introduction of their design. After all, they’ve had to keep up with the ever-changing needs of the industry — from larger equipment weight and dimensions to new road regulations. What once required time-consuming equipment teardowns, multiple trips to […]

Statements made during OSHA informal conferences: Are they admissible?

On the front lines with Fisher Phillips: by Travis Vance and Pamela Williams An employee is electrocuted while working on a breaker box. After the incident, OSHA conducted an inspection and issued serious citations to your company relating to an unauthorized employee working around energized parts without adequate protection. Your company decides to contest the […]