Freedom Of The Open Road

      Freedom Of The Open Road Richard Laton Retiring March 2024 On March 31, 2024, International Construction Equipment, Inc. will be celebrating an outstanding leader, mentor, and a true ICE® "original", Richard Laton.    Mr. Laton is a North Carolina native and attended Parkwood High School in Union County. In fact, he is currently living within about 50 miles of his birthplace and is overly proud of his community, church and family who are al ... Read more

ICE® 50 Year Community Give Back Event - ICE® Capital Branch

ICE® 50 Year Community Give Back Event - ICE® Capital Branch On the morning of Saturday, March 16, 2024 the International Construction Equipment, Inc. (ICE®) Capital Branch team members met up just outside of the Baltimore County Bureau of Highways Facility with gloves and garbage bags in hand, ready to give back to their community. They spent 2 hours together laughing, talking and cleaning up the area. The sun was shining and the temps rose through the fifties, making it excellent working ... Read more

ICE® 50 Year Community Give Back Event - ICE® WA Branch

ICE® 50 Year Community Give Back Event - ICE® WA Branch This St. Patrick's Day, Sunday March 17, 2024, our ICE® Washington State Branch Team Members participated in a local Community 5k with their families and loved ones! Held in Heritage Park - Olympia, WA. the crew had a blast on the fast, flat course around the lake and out and back along Deschutes Parkway. A few of them even finished in the top 30 for their division! Congratulations to you all! International Construction Equipment, Inc. ... Read more

New Ferry Terminal in Boca De Chila – Nayarit, Mexico

New Ferry Terminal in Boca De Chila Nayarit, Mexico  Edited by Debbie Reaney After almost seven years of negotiations and paperwork, the National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism (FONATUR) has donated a four-hectare property on Litibú Beach in Punta de Mita to the Naval Secretary of the Mexican Navy to build an advanced naval station. 100 billion Mexican Pesos ($584 Million US) is being invested in the project, which will be financed, in equal parts, by the state, the municipa ... Read more

Updated Bridge in Florida Pan Handle

Updated Bridge in Florida Pan Handle Edited by Alan Zimmerman The pan handle of Florida has some of the most diverse and unpredictable weather. Heavy rains, high gusty winds, and baking hot temperatures can lead to the deterioration of man-made structures such as bridges and other infrastructures. Just outside of Holt, FL, a new bridge was built to replace the older two-lane bridge that previously served Santa Rose County residents. This bridge is a part of the Blackwater River State For ... Read more

ICE® 50 Year Community Give Back Event - ICE® Texas Branch

ICE® 50 Year Community Give Back Event - ICE® Texas Branch This past weekend, on Saturday, March 2, 2024, the ICE® Texas Branch Team Members went out to support their community by participating in the local Bayou City Classic 10k / 5k Fun Run & Walk. The oldest and longest running 10k in Texas! Over the past 10 years this family friendly non-profit event, hosted by the Houston areas Road Runners Association, has raised over $285,000 for Houston parks and recreation areas. The Bayou C ... Read more

ICE & Ultralum complete Billboard #37

ICE & Ultralum complete Billboard #37  Edited by: Alan Zimmerman All great businesses and brands come from excellent marketing practices. Being able to reach numerous people to spread a message or promote a business is vital to sustainable growth. One of the more traditional and effective ways to grab the attention of people is using a billboard for commuters to see. More importantly, the specific spot the billboard is placed in is super important in terms of its effectiveness. Wo ... Read more

RFK Bridge Gets a Face Lift

RFK Bridge Gets a Face Lift Editor: Alan Zimmerman Building a bridge always starts with a solid foundation. The Robert F. Kennedy bridge, formerly known as the Triborough (aka Triboro) Bridge, is a viaduct structure connecting Manhattan, Queens, and the Bronx across the Harlem River. Approaching its 88th anniversary from being opened, it is receiving some new renovations. Work is currently being completed on the top of the bridge that focuses on widening the bike and pedestrian walkway ... Read more

Wren Works Marine Division is Making Waves

Wren Works Marine Division is Making Waves Duluth Coastal Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project  Edited by Debbie Reaney  Sinkholes at seawalls, also known as earth subsidences, are a common phenomenon occurring wherever seawalls encounter forces of moving water, such as tides, waves, or boat and ship traffic. Additionally, they may occur where older seawalls or seawall caps have deteriorated, allowing water to move behind the seawall and attack backfill and infill. ... Read more

Beaumont Wharf Expansion on the Horizon

Beaumont Wharf Expansion on the Horizon   Edited by Debbie Reaney    The City of Beaumont, TX celebrated breaking ground at Riverfront Park, more than five years after Hurricane Harvey devastated the area in 2017 shuttering the facility. This $17 million restoration project will include rebuilding the park's pavilions, picnic tables, lighted benches, boat docking area, and walking paths. Approximately 90 miles east of Houston and 60 miles west of Loui ... Read more