One of the challenges in producing aggregates from recycled concrete and asphalt can be the variation in feed materials. Recycled concrete in particular can vary considerably in size, rebar content, hardness, and even colour.
Students from differing backgrounds are enrolling at one of Canada’s best-known mobile equipment training programs to gain marketable job skills in times of economic instability.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Cambridge keeps contentious paving contract A recent article in TheRecord.com demonstrates how the competitive bidding process can go awry.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Commute times underscore infrastructure deficit In “Gridlock jeopardizes recovery,” the Vancouver Sun quotes a report saying federal funding is needed to fix transit woes in Canada's largest urban centres.
The development of the new 2011 Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) Pavement Asset Design and Management Guide (PADMG) began in September 2009.
The 2010 Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show (AHES) was by far the largest ever, showcasing more exhibitors, more floor space and nearly 12 thousand visitors.
By any measure, 2009 was a tough year for Canada’s biggest aggregate operations.
Based in Boucherville, Que., Construction DJL Inc. is a prominent name in the province’s infrastructure industry.
Recent editions of The Province and the Chilliwack Times reported on a bizarre incident and its aftermath involving a flagger on a B.C. road project.
May 27, 2010 – In “Gridlock jeopardizes recovery,” today’s Vancouver Sun quotes a report which says that federal funding is needed to fix transit woes in Canada's largest urban centres.