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Rapid City, S.D., handles an increasingly common problem - how to get work done, in this case roadside vegetation management, with dwindling funds.
The annual Transportation Research Board meeting in D.C. delivers some very cool science and some breakthroughs that can make your work easier and help you get more for your time, effort and money.
The kind of engine you get in equipment for the next few years on some tricky EPA math. So selecting them, and looking after them, is going to be a specialized job.
Going digital with safety management can help get employees on board, improve safety hazards, streamline safety training and help you become a better organization.
The Intelligent Asphalt Compaction Analyzer (IACA), a quality-control tool that relates pavement responses after a test strip correlation to an estimated compaction value in real time, is almost ready for the commercial market.
Our new legal columnist Brian Morrow looks at a case where the Federal Highway Administration's rejection of a low bid to widen and reconstruct a road is overturned in court.
Still they keep coming, too many to run in print, so check out the digital edition for an extended list, heavy with World of Concrete introductions.