The threat of severe thunderstorms didn't put a damper on the 34th International Lineman's Rodeo, which broke attendance records on Oct. 14, 2017, in Bonner Springs, Kan. This year, more than 1,000 of the best linemen from around the world competed in team events and individual journeyman and apprentice events, demonstrating the extreme skills necessary to safely complete their jobs….
Steve Muck, CEO and chairman of Pennsylvania-based Brayman Construction Corp., has joined forces with Jeremy Searock, former technical program manager of Carnegie Mellon University's National Robotics Engineering Center, to find a robotics-based solution for the labor shortage in the construction industry….
The Mountain Valley Pipeline nailed a major milestone Oct. 13 by winning the blessing of a key federal agency. But the company can't crank up the bulldozers yet. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's order certifying the $3.7 billion interstate project noted that other federal and state agencies must weigh in before construction can begin on the 42-in.-diameter buried natural gas pipeline….
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan just said to get ready for Elon Musk's Hyperloop. Hogan said on Twitter on Oct. 19 that he supports a Hyperloop connection between Baltimore and Washington D.C. "I think it's coming to Maryland and it's going to go from Baltimore to Washington, so get ready," Hogan said when asked his thoughts on the Boring Company's Hyperloop….
No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it.
With the deadline to finish the border wall prototypes just about a week away on Oct. 26, crews have been hard at work in California to create versions of what they believe the structure should be. The DesignsFor the construction companies chosen to undertake the task, the parameters were fairly simple: Build a 30-ft….
Designed for use with full-sized excavators, the HL B2 lifter connects easily and works with the host’s hydraulic system. With 360 degree rotation, HL Series lifters can operate in confined spaces during road, bridge and highway applications.
How do you move a 30 ft. (9 m) concrete road barrier into position while traffic keeps rushing by? Until now, contractors had to rely on straps, chains and gravity, with the need for workers on the ground to help control the swing and rotation of the material. Recognizing the need for something better, Vacuworx set out to create a smarter way for highway contractors to handle oversized barriers. Hydraulically powered, the new HL B2 barrier Lifter keeps workers out of harm’s way while maneuvering concrete barriers up to 30 ft. long.
Bigger Barriers Require Better Solutions
The traditional method of moving concrete road barriers with slings and chains is slow and lacks control. Having tag line operators working close to moving traffic is unsafe. And a dropped barrier — even from just a few inches off the ground — creates a very dangerous situation. The HL B2 offers a faster, safer way to handle oversized barriers up to 23,200 lb. (10,523 kg) and 30 ft. long.
Designed for use with full-sized excavators, the HL B2 lifter connects easily and works with the host’s hydraulic system. With 360 degree rotation, HL Series lifters can operate in confined spaces during road, bridge and highway applications. Precision handling capabilities and remote operation from the cab of the host machine makes loading, unloading and installation fast and easy — without the need to have someone guide the barrier on the ground every step of the way.
Lifters are equipped with a hydraulic lock for safety to prevent loss of load if hydraulic pressure is lost. Elastomer grips provide superior performance with full surface contact without damaging materials. Quick-couplers are available for virtually all host machines for the ultimate in attachment versatility and even greater productivity on the job. In addition, environmentally friendly Vacuworx hydraulic lifting systems produce near zero noise and air pollution, providing the ideal solution for construction sites within city limits or with strict emission guidelines.
Also available from Vacuworx, the HL B1 hydraulic lifter is designed to lift concrete road barriers up to 6,000 lb. (2,721 kg) and 12 ft. (3.6 m) long. Depending on the size of barriers commonly utilized in a given area, HL Series lifters are the ideal solution for construction contractors, government authorities, security agencies and military personnel tasked with fast and efficient moves, lifts or installations of concrete road barriers.
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Premium Guard Inc. (PGI), a global sourcing platform for automotive replacement parts, recently reported its appointment of aftermarket industry veteran, Dan Brown, as its executive vice president of Product. The announcement was made by PGI president and CEO, Anan E. Bishara, who noted that Dan Brown will be responsible for driving the timely development of new products, supporting the growth and management of the current product portfolio and delivering a positive customer experience….
Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to die. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.
Icelandic contractor Alma Verk uses the fast and reliable Hitachi ZX55U-5 excavator and ZW75-6 compact wheel loader to complete utilities projects in the summer, before the harsh winter weather sets in.
Cost or investment? In this video, I perform a bucket skill http://www.deepcreekconstructionschool.com/ (760)240-3045 Mr.Casey taught me in two months.
I operate a Backhoe equipped with a dipstick doing a fanning with a rock. You will need it this skill to dig trenches flat on the bottom, or a constructor will kick your butt, lol.
I mean he pays you a wage and expects a certain level of quality the job you do for him. Becuase if you don’t dig a horizontal trench for a pipe or a conduit. The crew that will install that pipe later will struggle to level it. You most likely will be a part of that team as I was.
I dug trenches with a flat bottom.Becuase I had knowledge how to do it the right way. It is important to understand such things before you do the job you signed up.
Keep your employer happy, and he should take care about your career. My personal suggestion to all of you who wants to start a career in HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR SCHOOL IN CA, is to keep additional costs to the constructor to a minimum.
Don’t burn fuel you don’t need to or skip greasing the equipment periodically. When you stack up such small things at the end of the month, your employer will see some savings on the balance sheet.
Part of that amount could be your bonus!
In the end, this skill requires great manual dexterity and excellent coordination.
But don’t worry I did not have skills to operate a backhoe and many others piece for equipment.
When I searched for HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR SCHOOLS IN CALIFORNIA I applied to Mr.Casy school and had no regret.
Yes, I spent a lot of time looking for a government accredited training school like you are doing now.
Yes, I did not have all funds to pay for tuition, so he offered me a small student loan. I am glad I took his training!
Yes, I did not speak English when I came to the US, Yes I don’t have a US BS, MS degree who cares. We all have to start somewhere to build our life.Becuase no one will do it for us.
The instructor passed that knowledge to my brain how to run it like you see in the video.
If I could why, you couldn’t?
Mr.Casey has an extraordinary passion for passing his knowledge to other students. In my case, I picked up a job after training over and started my career in a construction company and then moved to another state.
Don’t forget to ask for the UNIQUE BONUS he offers now that wasn’t available to me
Opportunity is where you find it right!
Feel free to ask me questions or if you are still not sure what California Heavy equipment operator school to choose if you want to be a Certified Heavy Equipment Operator in California and nationwide.
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www.highreachdemoliton.com presents exclusive video of the Etec 888 Highreach Demolition excavtor of CSR Sloopwerken. At work for Pongers Rijssen. Demolishing the old Juliana Ziekenhuis (hospital) in Apeldoorn (Netherlands). The Etec has a demolion boom with a working heigth of 35m and can handle 5 tons tool. The machine is build bij H.J.van Vliet, Waddinxveen (http://www.etec.nl) and has a working weight of so 90 tons.H