Crossroads Construction Services, Inc. Clears the Way

With recycling and conservation being of such importance, the saying ‘Everything old is new again’ is very appropriate for the twenty-first century, and it is one fully embraced by Crossroads Construction Services.

Crossroads Construction Services, Inc.

The Consummate Consultant: 60 Years of Delivering on the Golder Promise

Across the globe, companies and governments are creating the world of tomorrow. They are building vital infrastructure, developing projects, restoring landscapes and renewing their economies with sustainable solutions in mind.


Taking Control of Waste, A Thousand Shredders at a Time

Shred-Tech Corporation is a world leader in the design and manufacturing of shredding and recycling systems. Headquartered in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada, Shred-Tech has manufacturing and sales facilities located throughout the world including Raleigh, North Carolina, Bedford, England, Chonburi, Thailand, Melbourne, Australia and Okinawa, Japan.

Shred-Tech® Corporation

Innovative Modular Utility Systems

Ohio-based Systecon is on the threshold of its golden anniversary. The company has grown to become one of the world’s leading manufacturers of custom-made modular central plants, modular pumping systems, and more. Unlike some of its competitors, Systecon provides one-stop services and solutions, handling everything from concept development and component selection to plant design, optimization, system factory testing, shipment, re-assembly, start-up, and commissioning.


A People-First Mentality Leads to Generations of Success

Electrical construction service provider Great Southwestern Construction (GSWC) has locations across the United States but is based primarily in Colorado. The company began operations in 1977 as a sole proprietor looking to get into the general construction sector. Company President Brandon Lark recalls that, in the 1980s, there were opportunities to get involved with the United States government’s building of waterways and canal systems throughout Arizona. The young firm jumped at the prospect and succeeded by way of providing communications and power relay infrastructure needs required for the projects.

Great Southwestern Construction

Bigger, Better, Safer?

Brands like Caterpillar, Volvo, and John Deere are stars of the heavy equipment industry. But impressive as their products are, they pale in comparison to recent mammoths like Hitachi’s tunnel-boring ‘Big Bertha’, or the 400-ton loader made by Komatsu. Is this the future of construction?

The Use of Heavy Equipment in Construction

Shedding Light on Solar-Powered Traffic Safety

Solar Technology, Inc., also known as SolarTech, manufactures solar-powered traffic control equipment for road construction and maintenance sites. After close to 30 years, this company is still pointing the world’s drivers in the right direction with ever-evolving technology.

Solar Technology

A Winning Formula for Success

American Equipment & Fabricating Corp. (AE&F), a full-service foundation-equipment firm, marks its 35th anniversary this year. Based in East Providence, Rhode Island, with a branch in Wills Point, Texas, the company owes its success to a simple formula

American Equipment & Fabricating Corp.

Bigger than Ever

The focus at Fluid System Components (FSC) has not changed since Business in Focus profiled the company in late 2017. The De Pere, Wisconsin-based company continues to manufacture and distribute fluid power products and systems for clients in the mobile equipment and industrial sectors. And it still offers stellar customer service.

Fluid System Components

Disposal With a Personal Touch

RDM Disposal of Brampton, Ontario is a family-owned-and-operated waste disposal company that proves a small fish can compete in a big pond. Despite its size, the company has garnered many repeat clients and thrives on customer referrals, since clients appreciate its service and personal touch. We spoke with Marketing Supervisor Brandon Burns to learn more.

RDM Disposal

More Than Just a Trend

The construction industry is typically slow to evolve. Despite the existence of countless new innovations and technologies, and safer, better ways to do things, it is an industry where tried and true construction methods and long-accepted materials are seldom replaced by a new product or approach.

April 19, 2021, 4:52 AM EDT