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June 10, 2014

Commercial Lubricant Line

The new line of high performance lubricants has been specifically developed for the construction, over-the-road trucking, mining, agriculture, and heavy-duty fleet markets.

July 8, 2013

Section of I-20 Closing for About Three Months

Another phase of the I-20 reconstruction project in Alabama was set to begin at midnight, weather permitting, resulting in about a 10-mile section of the route being closed.

July 1, 2013

Economic Watch: Construction Spending and Manufacturing Growing, Consumer Sentiment High

Overall construction spending in the United States during May rebounded sharply from the month before, thanks in part to an uptick in spending on public construction projects, while an other report shows manufacturing returned to expansion mode in June.

June 5, 2013

North Dakota Unveils $878 million Construction Program; Largest in State's History

The North Dakota Department of Transportation unveiled the 2013 construction program for the state, and this year’s program is estimated at approximately $878 million in infrastructure improvements across the state, making this the largest construction program in state history.

June 3, 2013

Construction Spending Increases, Manufacturing Declines

Total spending in the United State on construction remains volatile. while manufacturing has declined. A new report from the U.S. Commerce Department show construction spending in April increased 0.4% from the month before. In March activity fell 0.8%, after rising in February and declining 4% in January.

April 2, 2013

Factory Orders/Shipments and Construction Spending Post Gains

A new full report from the U.S. Commerce Department shows factory goods shipments and orders are continuing a nearly non-interrupted streak of increases, which combined with other evidence bodes well for the near future of trucking.

January 2, 2013

Texas I-35E Project Moves Foward

Traffic relief is on the way for North Texas travelers who rely on Interstate 35E between Dallas and Denton. Recently, the Texas Transportation Commission chose Archer Western/Granite/LANE Constructors as the developer for much-needed improvements to the 28-mile corridor

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