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Lee Industrial Contracting has Joined Forces with Heavy Civil Contractor, Johnston Contracting Inc.

PONTIAC, MI — Lee Industrial Contracting, an industrial contractor in the manufacturing space, announces the company has joined forces with Johnston Contracting Inc. (JCI), a heavy civil contractor servicing the Greater Mid-Michigan area.

For nearly seven decades, JCI has been a cornerstone in the heavy civil contracting sector in …

Degenkolb Engineers and Ruby+Associates Combine Firms, Expanding Geographic and Service Offerings

BINGHAM FARMS, MI — San Francisco-based structural engineering firm Degenkolb Engineers (Degenkolb) and Michigan-based structural engineering firm Ruby+Associates (Ruby) recently signed a Purchase Agreement and closed on an acquisition. Ruby’s 55 employees will join Degenkolb, which will now have more than 330 employees in 10 offices.

The Michigan-based team will …

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DSG Celebrates its Grand Opening in Livonia, Michigan

LIVONIA, MI — Dakota Supply Group (DSG) announces the grand opening of its location in Livonia, Michigan. The official Grand Opening included the following guests: Livonia's Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan, City Treasurer Lynda Scheel, Chamber of Commerce Vice President & COO Dawne Smith, and Greg Kenger of GMK Construction Company …

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U.S. economic outlook: Recession on the horizon

Our baseline forecast for the American economy next year calls for a mild recession by the second half of the year as the impact of higher interest rates sets in.
For some time, our forecast has included a 65% probability of recession over the next 12 months. Next year, we …

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Trimble Changes Headquarters to Westminster, Colorado

WESTMINSTER, Colo. —Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) announced that the company has changed its headquarters from Sunnyvale, California to Westminster, Colorado.

Westminster is Trimble’s largest employment center in the U.S. and serves as a central business hub for several of Trimble’s core market segments including agriculture, construction and geospatial. In addition, …

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Deere SS
Your local Deere & Co dealer
AIS Construction Equipment
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SITECH Michigan Makes Move to Accommodate Growth

SITECH Michigan has moved to a new location in Novi, Michigan, after outgrowing its location in Waterford. The company grew nearly 50 percent between 2020 to 2021, with bold aspirations to continue that momentum and double by 2025.

“For a number of reasons, it was time for our team to …

Safer Practices for Working Around Concrete

Many of the most famous structures of ancient times were constructed from a material we often think of us as modern. The workers who built them needed a material that could be shaped into blocks and other forms more easily than carving from stone. Finally, someone concocted a mixture of …

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Yanmar Compact Equipment Honors Vermeer Midwest as 2021 Dealer of the Year

CHESTERFIELD, MO — Yanmar Compact Equipmentrecognizes Vermeer Midwest as its 2021 Multi-Location Dealer of the Year.

“Vermeer Midwest took it to a new level this year. Their dedication to representing the Yanmar CE brand and sharing its value with their customers really sets them apart,” said Jeff Pate Director …

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K-Tec, Ashland Earthmoving Equipment Manufacturers Acquired by Kinperium Industries

ASHLAND, WI — Kinperium Industries (Kinperium) announces it has acquired K.A. Group, consisting of K-Tec Earthmovers (K-Tec) and Ashland Industries (Ashland). Kinperium partnered with the owners and management of K-Tec and Ashland to acquire a majority stake of the company. K-Tec & Ashland are manufacturers of pull-pan earthmoving scrapers …

Proven Ways to Increase Worker Awareness of Safety Issues

Companies develop safety programs for reasons that may seem obvious: they want to prevent injuries of all kinds, so workers don’t suffer the physical effects and both workers and companies don’t endure negative financial or operational impacts. In addition, safety programs can also minimize the potential for damage to facilities …

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SITECH
Your local Trimble Construction Division dealer
SITECH Michigan
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Automated, Connected, and Intelligent

The future is looking bright for the construction industry, with project pipelines full and the promise of infrastructure spending infusing the industry with confidence and optimism. But as we face another year of supply chain issues and crippling workforce shortages, it’s possible that our industry’s biggest challenge could be too …