At ConExpo-Con/Agg, Dynapac will launch the much-awaited IMIX system for asphalt paving, eliminating temperature and material segregation.
Highly versatile durable belt system, intelligent operator assistance systems and flexibility to configure the machine for the right application makes the Dynapac MF2500CS a perfect partner on your job site.
The Dynapac Seismic Tour made the last stop of its three-month tour at APCO Equipment on Feb. 28, before reaching its final destination at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2020 in Las Vegas, Nev. The roadshow, crossed the country, started in December in New Jersey and ended in Las Vegas last month.
Tim Hyland returned to Dynapac recently as the director of sales of key and governmental accounts, working with those customers on sales of the entire Dynapac lineup that includes pavers, feeders and compaction equipment. He is be based at Dynapac's North American headquarters in Fort Mill, S.C.
In Chicago, Ill., work continues on the final phase of a project that will create a new road between the Loop and Chinatown. Section 3 involves construction of a segment of Wells Street extending from Roosevelt Road to 16th Street, resulting in a new north-south through-street between Clark Street and the South Branch of the Chicago River.
On Jan. 6, Dynapac's nationwide Seismic Tour made a stop in Jefferson, Ind., on the way to its final destination in Las Vegas this March at ConExpo-Con/AGG. The Dynapac Seismic Tour event was held at Construction Machinery Company's Jefferson, Ind., branch.
Construction began in May 2018 on the California Department of Transportation's (Caltrans) $150.7 million Interstate 710 Pavement Rehabilitation and Bridge Widening Project, which was awarded to Flatiron Construction Corporation in February 2018.
Crews have been making solid progress on the project that covers a 3.5-mi.
Dynapac made its first stop Dec. 19 on its nationwide "Seismic" tour where it shook the ground at Best Line Equipment in State College, Pa., on its way to ConExpo in Las Vegas in March 2020.
During the event, guests learned about Dynapac's new Seismic technology using the natural frequency between drum and soil to maximize compaction and energy efficiency.
Against a watery backdrop, crews in Henderson County, Tex., continue making progress on the State Highway 334 Bridge project. The more than $40 million effort includes the construction of new westbound bridges, upgrades to the existing bridges for eastbound traffic and widening of the two-lane island section connecting to two lake crossings to a four-lane divided highway with a continuous left turn lane.
Dynapac North America LLC, a manufacturer of high tech rollers for asphalt and soil applications, pavers and feeders welcomed Jason Ammon back to the Dynapac team as vice president, product support and operations.
Ammon is based in the Fort Mill, S.C., office reporting to Brian Bieller, president of Dynapac North America.
Dynapac North America LLC, a manufacturer of rollers for asphalt and soil applications, pavers and feeders, has named Jamie Roush vice president of sales of North America. Effective July 1, Roush will lead the sales efforts for the complete Dynapac product portfolio across all sales channels throughout the region.
Dynapac presented Asphalt Care Equipment a 2018 Top Ten dealer award on June 13 at the dealer's facility in Bensalem, Pa.
"Asphalt Care has been a great dealer of ours for a number of years and on an annual basis, we like to acknowledge our dealers across the United States and Canada that do an excellent job representing our products from a total comprehensive view — from small asphalt rollers, large asphalt rollers, pavers, soil compactors and especially with aftermarket and product support," said Brian Bieller, president of Dynapac North America.