Prevent Job Site Theft

Prevent Job Site Theft

One of the worst things that can happen on a job site is losing valuable tools.  A few tips on theft prevention might make the difference between reaching your construction deadline.

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Construction safety tips to tackle the summer heat

Construction safety tips to tackle the summer heat

The scorching summer heat is hard on all of us. For those working at a construction site, the temperature soars intensely. If you work in this industry, you’ll understand how dangerously hot it gets and how important it is to take precautions. Long exposure to summer heat can cause heat stroke and heat exhaustion. Therefore, keep yourself safe from these consequences by following these safety tips at a construction site.

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Why buy used large equipment

Why buy used large equipment

There are several advantages to buying used heavy equipment and trucks. While shiny, new equipment has a definite “wow” factor to it, all the bells and whistles aren’t always necessary. As a large equipment auction business, we see a range of quality equipment out there. All the while, the vast majority of large equipment on our auction sites are in great condition!

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Why you need a commercial van on your jobsite

Why you need a commercial van on your jobsite

Although trucks are an important asset to have during a project, vans are becoming more and more practical for use on jobsites. Newly-designed commercial vans offer better organization, customization and modern interiors.

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Fun facts about Caterpillar Equipment

Fun facts about Caterpillar Equipment

Caterpillar Inc. is the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment as well as diesel and natural gas engines, industrial turbines and diesel-electric locomotives. Serving as a dominating force in the construction industry, CAT has become one of the most trusted brand names out there. Customers of this company can be found all over the world.

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Tips for operating heavy machinery safely

Tips for operating heavy machinery safely

Construction workers build everything from the roads we drive on to the skyscrapers we work in, making them essential. They provide us with durable shelter, safer roads, schools and homes. Nearly every building you see when driving through a city has been touched in some way by construction workers, engineers, architects and designers who built them from the ground up.

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New and Used Heavy Equipment Rentals and Sales

New and Used Heavy Equipment Rentals and Sales

New and Used Heavy Equipment Rentals and Sales is a company that sells and rents equipment using a fast and easy process. Their machinery is high quality and comes at an affordable price. New and Used Heavy Equipment Rentals and Sales is centrally located in Watertown, New York, you will find equipment for both your agricultural and construction needs! Heavy equipment of all types are in stock including: skid steelers, tractors, wheel loaders, excavators, and more!

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Why is buying used equipment from construction auctions a good investment?

 Why is buying used equipment from construction auctions a good investment?

Shiny, new equipment is great. But it comes with a hefty price tag and no guarantee that it’s going to work as promised. Savvy and prudent construction equipment buyers are consistently looking for good bargains on their favorite brands and needed machinery. Here are our reasons why buying used equipment from construction auctions is a wise investment  for your company.

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Ways To Incorporate Diversity Into Your Construction Work Environment

Ways To Incorporate Diversity Into Your Construction Work Environment

According to The Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in the construction industry are estimated to increase more than any other occupation in the next decade or so. The abundance of construction work is apparent in most busy places throughout the United States. Companies have continued to struggle to find quality workers that are reliable, educated, and ready for the tasks at hand. Many students are choosing to pursue a degree at a University and less are wanting to learn the trade of construction.

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