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Why is Carbon Dioxide the Most Talked About Greenhouse Gas?
Carbon Dioxide is the Most Talked about Greenhouse Gas for Good Reason There are only two greenhouses gases experts believe that are having the greatest impact on global warming. As a result of the temperature increases from these two greenhouse gases, the Earth’s climate is changing. The first is methane. The other — the greenhouse […]
Secrets To Cutting Heavy-Equipment Costs
Reducing Fuel Consumption Like all businesses, heavy equipment construction/development companies save money by reducing the difference between gross and net profit. Costs create the chasm between gross profit and net profit. The logical conclusion, then, is obvious: cut heavy equipment costs. Cutting costs is the only means of closing the gap between construction gross and […]
Reduce Diesel-Fuel Consumption First to Increase Profit Margin
Understanding the Peurifoy and Schexnayder Method (PSM) of Cost Estimating in Order to Understand Heavy-Equipment Cost Cutting “Bottom-line” is the layman synecdoche in engineering, architecture, construction, development and the trades for profit, profit after costs. The total on a balance sheet — typically the last line of a costs-versus-profits calculation, — the bottom-line refers to […]
Diesel: Better than Gas for Your Wallet, the Environment, and More!
5 Reasons Diesel Engines are Better than Gasoline There is a propensity for vehicle owners in the United States and Canada to frown on diesel engines. That is not the case in Europe, Central and South America, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. But in North America, the prevailing thought is that diesel engines are […]
What is Diesel Fuel Atomization?
Diesel Fuel Atomization: the Past, Present, and Future of Fuel Consumption Efficiency The most effective means of cutting operating costs is the reduction of fuel consumption. Atomization reduces petroleum-fuel consumption to an equal or greater degree than any other fuel-saving technology. Fuel-atomizing technology also reduces diesel engine emissions to a greater extent than any other […]
Diesel Fuel Atomization #1 Way to Cut Heavy-Equipment Costs
Fuel Atomization Most Efficient Means of Reducing Fuel Consumption The most advanced and precise formula for calculating heavy-equipment costs is the Peurifoy and Schexnayder Method (PSM). Studying PSM, construction and development companies and owners/operators can quickly estimate heavy equipment costs. Understanding what costs they have, allows heavy equipment companies and owner/operators to determine what costs […]
Skilled-Labor Shortage Exacerbates Irma/Harvey Rebuild Difficulties
Qualified, Skilled Laborers Nowhere to be Found There is a staggering shortage of skilled laborers in the construction/development trades. Contractors can not find laborers who can build competently. Equally alarming is how few workers are available to fill those open positions that do not require skills. According to a Contruct-Ed article, because of the labor […]
Virtual Reality In Heavy-Equipment Operator Continuing Education
Heavy-Equipment Operator Continuing Education Finding construction/development employment in the heavy equipment field is not difficult. There are a variety of entry-level construction jobs on the ground that allows almost anyone to get a foot in the door. On the other hand, finding a job as an operator, if a person does not have experience, is […]
Unions Empower Union Members
Construction Unions Empower Union Members with High-Tech Training in State-of-the-Art Facilities As large corporations make a transition toward automated production; ship jobs overseas in an attempt to pay lower taxes and wages; and outsource work to freelancers and contractor workers — non-employees, — a decline in union membership in the United States is also occurring. […]
The Ugly Truth About Hurricane Irma and Maria
Irma Rebuild: Government Pulling Out All the Stops The total amount of damage Hurricane Irma did in Florida, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and parts of South Carolina will not likely be completely understood for several months. But in the aftermath of Irma, it is being estimated that there is between $40 and $65 […]