Added by on 2017-04-05

In Construction Simulator 2, you build your own construction company and take the wheel at 36 original licensed construction vehicles from Caterpillar, Liebherr, Palfinger, Bell, STILL, and ATLAS. Dig to your heart’s content in the popular sequel to Construction Simulator 2014, operate massive cranes, load construction materials, pour concrete, and cover the streets in Westside Plains city with asphalt. Construction Simulator 2 takes you to the USA with much-requested road construction and tons of jobs with construction vehicles to match. Once you have invested your savings and started your own company, you can begin to explore new regions in Westside Plains and accept ever larger and more lucrative construction jobs in the open world of Construction Simulator 2. Earn experience points and invest them in individual skills of your choosing. Generate income and invest it to build your own company. Expand into new regions, enlarge your fleet, and master more than 60 engaging and challenging construction jobs, including repairing crumbly roads and rebuilding a railroad bridge. On top of that, minor gardening work, building new residences and industrial halls, transporting goods and machines, constructing new apartment buildings, and mending canals are all just some of the thrilling construction jobs that await. Make a name for yourself in Westside Plains and tackle ever more complex construction work. Take the opportunity to unlock one-of-a-kind jobs or take on the challenging task of developing new building land to help your city grow. The extensive fleet in Construction Simulator 2 includes 36 original licensed vehicles and machines from Caterpillar, Liebherr, Palfinger, Bell Equipment, STILL, and ATLAS. Operate CAT’s D8T crawler tractor, 430F2 backhoe or 745C dump truck, Palfinger’s PK 27002 SH loading crane, Liebherr’s 81K tower crane and LTM 1300 mobile crane, ATLAS’ L310 wheel loader and Bell Equipment’s B45E dump truck. If your […]

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19 Comments

  • Aldex Almeida 4 months ago

    é um barbeiro

  • Witsel Ciola 4 months ago

    Accendi il lampeggiante

  • johnny green 4 months ago

    looks really good , thank you so much, we gratefully appreciate you , sending blessings from Fruit forests & Forest gardens for healing & health https://www.facebook.com/Fruit-forests-Forest-gardens-for-healing-health-347638495382415/

  • Dirk Bosland 4 months ago

    I thoroughly enjoy your vids ~ keep them coming! 🙂

  • Stefano Bee 4 months ago

    Thanks for the video and all the tricks! I appreciate them!

  • RusticFarmer 4 months ago

    Great video, I can't wait to start pruning on our homestead!

  • Harmonica Review 4 months ago

    I have a youtube account here looking to invest

  • Harmonica Review 4 months ago

    Im an Alaskan fisherman and I looking to find a spot to grow food ect /home  any ideas?

  • Nathan Cooper 4 months ago

    Thanks for the video. Very much appreciated. I'm a stay at home single dad with 2yo twins so I have a kind of low maintenance permaculture 5 acres in Northern New South Wales, Australia. These videos help me improve my garden and get more food production going. I'd love to take the kids to Costa Rica for a visit when they're a bit older.

  • Brad Suarez 4 months ago

    Great video…lots good of tips (pun intended)hah

  • Dean PD 4 months ago

    I was going to go ahead and use the STUN technique or Strategic Total Utter Neglect or the Fukuoka method of not pruning, for the cool climate trees I have planted but then I read in Hemenway's book that he talks about pruning fruit trees and you are doing it too. So, I'm beginning to wonder if I should prune too. I do plenty of chopndrop and natural fertilising and I love doing that, love seeing the impact it has on the soil but, to prune or not to prune, that is the question I need to ponder. 

  • Timmy Eriksson 4 months ago

    Is ur farm an open farm that people can visit, stay or work at?:-)

  • Timmy Eriksson 4 months ago

    Love to see more about cacao tree, seeds, germination, planting, harvesting!:-)

  • Mika Lee 4 months ago

    I just bought a place in the Philippines that I am planning on turning into a farm. I enjoy your videos as we both have to deal with tropical climates. Thanks. Right now I am in the planning stage for the farm. it is making me crazy trying to figure it all out.

  • Kiwisoft Hirohito 4 months ago

    How to get rid from pest naturally ? i got plenty of arphid on my chillies

  • Frutario Jason Kvestad 4 months ago

    Nice ergonmonic felxo, i just got one recently!

  • Juan Carlos Mena 4 months ago

    Good video

  • Eco Oasis 4 months ago

    If anyone has any suggestions for future videos…please leave a comment!

  • How to Grow a Garden with Scarlett Damen 4 months ago

    Like all of your videos this one is GRRRREAT!!! I've got a few tinny tiny trees to shape and train soon. (my simple version video to come)
     Love the tips. Like always your spot on with your info!  
    Thanks for sharing,
    Scarlett
    Ps. Nice movie reference too.