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“Shotcrete use can lead to voids in concrete walls and behind rebar. These problems, in turn, may allow water to migrate around and into a structure should the waterproofing system fail.” Learn how to combat these problems here: http://bit.ly/2Ov5bG5

Using waterproofing to boost shotcrete use in underground construction - Construction Canada
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With municipal budgets looming, make sure you know how to avoid unwanted surprises. Check out these 3 tips you should know: http://bit.ly/2y0argX

3 Tips for Municipal Heavy Equipment Budgets | Amaco CEI
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B.C. is applying a high friction surface treatment to more than a dozen high-risk stretches of pavement across the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island. Could this reduce accidents and keep people safer? Learn more: http://bit.ly/2x2ESAy

B.C. applying high-friction surface treatment to 14 accident-prone stretches of road - On-Site Magazine
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"The three parties involved in construction of the new $5.3 billion LRT agreed last week to a 'revised production schedule and accountabilities' that will keep the project on schedule and within its original budget." Read More: http://bit.ly/2QrLsZA @Metrolinx #Toronto #LRT

Metrolinx, contractors behind $5.3B Eglinton Crosstown settle dispute, keeping project on time, on budget - On-Site Magazine
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The future of heavy industry is automation. Are you ready? Learn more about how automation has changed the business of one of our clients: http://bit.ly/2ykDgVe

The Power of Automation in the Heavy Equipment Industry | Amaco CEI
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Our friends at Power Curbers & Power Pavers are hosting a 3D Expo at their Salisbury Manufacturing Facility! This is a great opportunity to see these machines in action! Find out more here: http://bit.ly/2wxoKab
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For years, Newfoundland drivers have thought that the bright orange circles around the Provence's potholes were the work of the DOT. Truly, they have been part of a mission by 70 year old Ernest Barnes. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2wfgCtL

'Pothole Man': The hero Newfoundland needs? - On-Site Magazine
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Its great to see our friends at Schouten Excavating doing so well with their Rubble Master! Check out this spotlight from Equipment Journal:
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Anyone who has driven in Canada knows that the reality of our especially rough winters can wreak havoc on asphalt roads. Some new developments in asphalt may be showing promise in fighting this seasonal issue. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2nSBbbE
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Anyone who has driven in Canada knows that the reality of our especially rough winters can wreak havoc on asphalt roads. Some new developments in asphalt may be showing promise in fighting this seasonal issue. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2nSBbbE

Innovation vs. Mother Nature - On-Site Magazine
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