The address 4240 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SW, Atlanta, Ga., may sound very familiar to many in metro Atlanta and north Georgia.
Over the years, it has housed many corporate facilities including operating as Case Power and as a dealership for companies, including Southern Power & Equipment, Equipment Support Services and Briggs Equipment.
Quality Fleet Service, Inc. , based in South Hadley, Mass., has joined the Bell Trucks America team.
The company was in search of an articulated truck line to round out its heavy construction equipment offerings and Bell was a perfect match, according to Nicholas Moynihan, president of Quality Fleet Service.
Brittain Griffith likes to play in the dirt. Millions of cubic yards at a time.
The self-proclaimed "high-tech redneck dirt mover" likes to go "as hard and fast as I can every day." That, coupled with an unyielding desire to push the limits of his operation's capabilities has made his company, Sonora Construction, one of the largest excavation companies in Texas.
A Houston-area contractor is moving 2.5 million cu. yds. of dirt on a Howard Hughes Company project in Cypress, Tex.
The $10 million project will create a 2-mi. long mitigation lake system and about 300 acres of future residential lots and common areas in the Bridgeland Subdivision, an 11,000-acre, master-planned community that will eventually be home to 65,000 people northwest of Houston.
Walter Moyse has joined the construction equipment sales team of Thompson Equipment, Lewiston, Maine. Moyse will be representing the SANY line of earth moving equipment, which includes excavators, wheel loaders and motorgraders as well as the Bell truck line of off-road articulated trucks.
Like all mine owners, Bill Griste Sr. has millions of years of geological forces to thank, in large part, for his success.
His company, SC Rock, is in South Carolina's coastal region, home to a rich vein of marine limestone that formed around 10 million years ago.
No matter their size or configuration, off-road haul trucks would have to be considered as the “strong men” on any construction site or quarry.
Whether they are big, rigid haulers (off-roads with conventional front steering and rear-wheel drive), articulated haulers (more maneuverable trucks with a tractor and a trailer section) or compact dumpers, these burly machines are designed to carry heavy loads of dirt and rock in and out of a work area.
To coincide with the launch of the new Bell B20E LGP truck (low ground pressure), Bell Trucks America Inc. held a training event in the Orlando area April 9 to 13, 2018.
The training event was designed to help dealer sales personnel thoroughly understand the features and benefits of the Bell E series ADT range of trucks.
Despite only having a few years under its belt, Iron Horse Contractors, based in Raleigh, N.C., has rapidly grown into one of the most recognized construction companies in the greater Raleigh Durham area. John Santoro, owner of Iron Horse Contractors, has been in the business a bit longer.
Hauling rock out of a quarry is about as heavy-duty as any job can get. The people that do it have to be tough and stay sharp for hours each day both to stay safe and to keep the material moving. But they also cannot accomplish their task successfully without the right kind of equipment.
ConExpo-Con/AGG 2017 provided an opportune platform for global Articulated Dump Truck specialist, Bell Equipment, to showcase its new E-series Large Truck range, introduced globally at the end of 2016 and represented at the show by the B45E and B60E models.