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For contractors looking to leverage their abilities and their fleets, this increasing interest in pavement preservation may create some real opportunities. Our economy is not going into any rabid recovery phase and while we climb out of recession, agencies are likely to look more and more to practices such as thin asphalt overlays that stretch the dollars they have.
Cash-strapped agencies are giving pavement preservation techniques - and philosophies - a much closer look. These techniques are cost-effective and environmentally-sustainable strategies designed to extend the life of existing pavements before they deteriorate substantially.
Kirk Landers sifts through the numbers from Equipment Data Associates (EDA) and looks into the future, EDA - a Randall-Reilly company - collects data about financed construction equipment sales.
When you're talking oil and other lubricants, "synthetic" is a definite buzzword. But that doesn't mean everyone is clear on what they are, what they can do or when to use them and when not to.
We've rethought and redesigned Bid List. Calling on sister magazine Equipment World's comprehensive Spec Guide publication, we're featuring machines commonly used by our readers to more tightly focus our product coverage.