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Sept. 12, 2019 –Vulcan Materials Co. announced that it will webcast its Aggregates Day event live on Tuesday, Sept.17. The presentation will be led by Tom Hill, Vulcan's chairman and...

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CASE has partnered with country music singer Jon Pardi to help raise awareness to careers in the construction industry. Check out Jon’s story about growing up with his dad in...

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Confident in the strength and long-lasting design of its machines, John Deere is extending the eight-year/20,000-hour power electronic components warranty on the 944K Hybrid Wheel Loader. The warranty supports John...
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Metso is developing its global production footprint in its Minerals Consumables business area by reviewing manufacturing capabilities in the EMEA region. As part of the initiative, Metso is starting personnel...
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By: Pierre G. Villere As the real estate market collapsed in the fall of 2008, when the financial crisis pushed us over the edge into the Great Recession, a quiet but...

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CASE Construction Equipment announced the appointment of Steve Cianci as its new vice president for North America. Cianci joins CASE with more than 25 years of leadership at various global...
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William F. Childs IV will retire as chief executive officer of Chaney Enterprises effective October 2019. "I would like to thank all of the wonderful people I have worked with...
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AEM'S 'Start With Infrastructure' Campaign Ramps Up


With the turn of the new year, now begins a real opportunity for Congress and President Trump to work together to pass bipartisan solutions on policy issues that matter most That’s why AEM is kicking off a new round of its “Start with Infrastructure” public affairs campaigns. The goal of the campaign is to demonstrate the wide-ranging benefits of infrastructure investment to our nation’s economy. With the campaign’s initial launch last month, AEM President Dennis Slater said, “Our industry’s 1.3 million workers want Washington to start with infrastructure this year. This includes reaching an agreement on a long-term and sustainable funding solution for the Highway Trust Fund. By reclaiming our infrastructure advantage, we will ensure the safe and efficient movement of people and goods, connectivity between and within rural and urban America, as well as strong economic growth and job creation. Without it, our country risks losing tens of thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in economic activity if Republicans and Democrats don’t work together.”

www.imakeamerica.org/infrastructure