1930:  One Man Killed On The Jobsite Per (approx) Every $1 Million Spent

In the 1930s, the odds were not in a worker’s favor: On average, one man was killed per million dollars spent on a big project. Joseph Strauss, the designer of the Golden ...
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'Top 5 Expectations For The Industrial Future

For more than 10 years, the construction industry has been consumed by the potential of the data-driven job site. For the equipment industry in particular, one of the hottest ...
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Stay Connected: 5 Ways To Save Your iPhone Battery Life While On The Jobsite

We’ve all been there. You’re at a social occasion. You’re trying to look occupied, but not overly so. Then it hits you: your iPhone, your life crutch, is down to 20% power. ...
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