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Mostly engineering vehicles used to compact, move or pave dirt, gravel, concrete and asphalt in construction for roads and foundations.

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» Asphalt company owner fighting stop-work notice
By super admin | Published 06/6/2012 | Asphalt & Concrete Equipment | Unrated
The owner of an asphalt recycling company has hired a lawyer and is fighting an order from the Town of Gander (Newfoundland & Labrador) that work at his site on Garrett Drive cease immediately.Paul Walsh, owner of Atlantic Asphalt, received notice from the Town May 24 his operation in the industrial park is “in violation of the Municipalities Act, the Urban and Rural Planning Act, and in non-compliance with the Town of Gander Land Use Zoning, Subdivision and Advertisement Regulations.”
» Foyt: Detroit return a hit despite some bumps in the road
By super admin | Published 06/6/2012 | Asphalt & Concrete Equipment | Unrated
Foyt: Detroit return a hit despite some bumps in the road Bumps in the road. At the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix this weekend, there were a few of those, but, as racers everywhere understand, you don't give up and you don't give in.The race returned to Belle Isle for the first time since 2008, and once again the island was changed from a park into a racetrack. The peaceful setting seemed at odds with the roar of the race cars which claimed at least one unlucky squirrel who wandered onto the track during a practice session. Hats off to Penske Group for bringing the race back to a city that has definitely taken the brunt of the country's economic troubles on the chin. It gave those folks something to look forward to and cheer about. The sellout crowd welcomed us back, and fans seemed really happy to have the race in their city. STORY: IndyCar takes nervous first steps in return to 1.5-miler For our ABC Supply team, it was the first race we finished since April 1. When Mike Conway has finished, he's finished in the top 10. He has driven the wheels off our Honda-powered No. 14 car but a series of unfortunate things happened, so he hasn't had the results to show for it. His ninth place in Detroit doesn't sound like much, but it gave us something to cheer about too.
» Augusta County OKs reopening of asphalt plant
By super admin | Published 12/7/2011 | Asphalt & Concrete Equipment | Unrated
The Augusta County Board of Zoning Appeals approved a permit request to reopen an asphalt plant in the Steeles Tavern area that hasn't been open for about two decades.
» Concrete Equipment Market Set to Flourish in Future
By super admin | Published 12/7/2011 | Asphalt & Concrete Equipment | Unrated
According to the report by RNCOS titled “Booming Construction Equipment Market in India”, the potential for concrete equipment market in India is anticipated to witness a rapid growth on the back of rising investments and support from the public and private sectors. 
» Roller Compacted Concrete Equipment Supplier Helps Ohio Construction Company to Progress Ohio Future
By super admin | Published 09/14/2011 | Asphalt & Concrete Equipment | Unrated
When Complete General Construction, an Ohio-based company specializing in highway construction, needed a Roller Compacted Concrete Plant.


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