Match the construction vehicle to its name and learn more about how they are used at the Gordie Howe International Bridge project.
HOW TO PLAY: Position the cursor over the piece of construction equipment shown on the left and drag it to what you think it is called in the list on the right.
This machine is used to push large amounts of soil, rock, gravel and sand around the construction site. Did you know it is also a type of tractor?
This machine helps to make cement for foundations and buildings. The "drum" or body of the mixer spins and mixes water, sand, gravel and cement to form concrete.
Cranes are used to lift large heavy objects to high places. They are also used to move objects from one place to another using a boom, which is the arm of a crane.
A dump truck is used to carry or haul large amounts of dirt and gravel to, from and around the construction site.
Excavators consist of a boom, dipper, bucket and cab on a rotating platform. The cab is sometimes referred to as a "house." This machine helps to dig trenches and holes.