Ascendum Machinery had many paving products on hand for guests to look over.
(L-R): With the LeeBoy 8520 from Tarheel Paving in Hendersonville, N.C., are Greg Nanney, John and Ellis Pace.
Alex Keith (L) of WNC Paving in Waynesville, N.C., talks shop with Scott Lee of Ascendum Machinery.
Jeff and Angela Reid of Jeffco Grading in Lenoir, N.C., like the compact design of the ECR145E Volvo excavator, which offers a short swing radius for operating in confined spaces without compromising on performance.
Kenny Bishop (L) of Ascendum Machinery welcomes Terry Orr of Tar Heel Paving in Hendersonville, N.C.
Ascendum Machinery had a variety of Volvo machines on hand including wheel loaders and artic trucks.
Kevin Laws (R) of Ascendum Machinery tracks down parts for customer Stacey Wyatt of the North Carolina Department of Transportation.
(L-R): Representing LeeBoy are Jim Wagner, Mark Bolick and Bryce Davis.
On hand to answer customers’ questions (L-R) are Ascendum Machinery’s Jordan Thacker, Kristin Parker, Cory Penland, Mario Stoilovich and Steve Brown.
(L-R): Adam Wade, Mario Stoilovich and Scott Lee, all of Ascendum Machinery, stand in front of a Volvo PT125C nine-wheeled pneumatic tire roller, an adaptable machine that delivers uniform smoothness and long-lasting performance. Wade is Ascendum’s new road machinery segment manager and paving specialist, and Lee is its new LeeBoy product specialist.
(L-R): Jordan Thacker, Scott Lee and Steve Brown of Ascendum Machinery talk with Jeff Hart of Carolina Paving, Mills River, N.C. about the 8520C asphalt paver. This machine features a higher-horsepower engine along with a larger hopper capacity guaranteed to deliver outstanding results. Using LeeBoy’s efficient material management system, the wide, slow-moving conveyor moves material consistently from the truck to the screed, ensuring a flawless mat.
Looking over the LeeBoy 250 tack tank (L-R) are Brian Holcombe, Terry Coates and David DuPree, all of Lonesome Mountain Paving in Marshall, N.C.
Charles Boley (L) and Denny Whitmire of J.T. Whitmire Grading in Brevard, N.C., came to the event to see the latest Volvo wheel loaders. The L180H also has been upgraded with a new transmission, new converter and revised gear ratio.
(L-R): Johnny Tate, Crystal Cox and Brian Kirk of Moore & Son Site Contractors chat with Steve Brown of Ascendum Machinery.
Getting together in front of a lineup of Volvo excavators (L-R) are Adam Wade, Ascendum Machinery; Kevin Scotese, Volvo; Gary Atkinson, Volvo; Mario Stoilovich, Ascendum Machinery; and Nuno Colaco, Ascendum Machinery.
Ascendum Machinery hosted an open house at its Asheville, N.C., location March 25 to introduce its new partnership with LeeBoy.
Ascendum, the largest Volvo Construction Equipment dealership in both the United States and the world, began carrying LeeBoy equipment Jan. 1 to complement its core lineup of Volvo road machinery.
The open house also showcased Ascendum's lineup of Volvo construction equipment, which includes excavators, loaders, and haulers, along with generators, air compressors and light towers from Doosan Portable Power.
Adam Wade, Ascendum's new road machinery segment manager and paving specialist, and Scott Lee, its new LeeBoy product specialist, were on hand to introduce themselves and answer customers' questions.
LeeBoy is the name behind commercial asphalt paving equipment — track and wheeled pavers, motorgraders, distributor trucks, brooms and more — designed with the paving professional in mind. Equipment operators work hard, and for all the right reasons — pride, quality, reputation, prosperity. Every day is a challenge — the weather, changing job specs, demanding customers — but the crews keep going. They expect their equipment to work as hard as they do, to be every bit as tough, productive and reliable.
Ascendum Machinery offers extensive product lines with an informed staff to support all of its customers' heavy equipment needs. Ascendum is committed to meet the expectations of its customers and provide the high level of service that their customers deserve.
In addition to providing heavy equipment solutions, Ascendum continues to offer the best product support programs for its equipment. It also maintains relationships with SDLG, Sennebogen, and Sandvik.
The Asheville open house was held in conjunction with an event held March 22 at Ascendum's Charlotte, N.C., location.