The tuba, which is Latin for ‘trumpet’ or ‘horn’, is the largest member of the brass family.
Kayaks are compact, narrow boats that are powered by one person who sits in a cockpit.
Excavators are among the largest land vehicles on the planet.
Standing proudly on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty is one of the most recognizable structures in the world.
Weights will depend on how much water a pumper fire truck can carry.
You drive over them every day in cities across America.
Dump trucks, also known as tipper trucks, dumpers, or tip-trucks, play a huge role in a wide range of industries where carrying heavy loads from one place to another is required.
When most people think of New York City, one of the first landmarks that comes to mind is the Empire State Building.
Elegant and durable, granite is one the world’s strongest and oldest igneous rocks.
Considered by many to be the ‘king of all instruments’, the piano has become one of the most popular instruments in the music world.
For decades, we’ve been using concrete in construction projects throughout the world.
Pool has been one of the world’s most popular indoor activities for many years.
Co-invented by Albert Einstein, the refrigerator is something many people take for granted today.
Built to easily travel on lakes, rivers, and other waterways, the pontoon boat has become one of the most popular types of boats to carry passengers.
There’s nothing more relaxing than spending time in a hot tub.
Houses come in all shapes and sizes and contain a wide range of heavy materials, including wood, concrete, and steel.
500 gallon propane tanks are usually installed to store propane for residential and small commercial uses.
Hay bales are available in a range of different sizes, as well as different types of grass.
The earliest forklift was built in 1906 and the forklifts we know today were developed in the 1960’s.
Since their invention in 1957, the skid steer loader has been a ‘jack of all trades’ machine. This is due in part to the multitude of different attachments and ease of maneuvering on construction sites.