Manitou North America welcomed National Equipment Dealers LLC to the Manitou dealer network. National Equipment Dealers will offer the full Manitou line of skid loaders, track loaders, articulated loaders and telescopic handlers at 11 locations throughout Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas.
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.
Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas hosted a dealer dinner in conjunction with the AED Summit in Chicago Jan. 14 to 16, 2020. The AED Summit is a premier industry event where construction equipment distributors, manufacturers and service providers are brought together able to connect with peers under one roof.
Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas held its annual dealer meeting on Feb. 5, 2019, in conjunction with the 2019 AED Summit in Orlando, Fla.
More than 80 dealer management attended Hyundai Construction Equipment's annual dealer summit, which was designed to celebrate the continued success of the Hyundai brand and gain feedback from Hyundai dealers across North America, about how to continue growing at a sustained pace year over year.
Kerry Vickar, chairman, and Mitch Nevins, CEO, announced the formation of a new company — National Equipment Dealers LLC (NED) on Jan. 5, 2018. Simultaneously, NED announced the acquisition of Four Seasons Equipment LLC, May Heavy Equipment LLC and Earthmovers Construction Equipment LLC, as well as some assets of International Iron LLC.
In a multi-faceted transaction that closed on Jan. 5, National Equipment Dealers (NED) acquired Four Seasons Equipment, May Heavy Equipment and Earthmovers Construction Equipment, LLC, as well as some assets of International Iron.
This is a truly exceptional opportunity for NED to expand in what is recognized as the three fastest growing economic areas in the U.S.: Texas (Houston and Dallas), the Carolinas (Raleigh, Lexington, Charlotte, Columbia, Greenville/Spartanburg, Charleston) and Florida (Orlando).
Opening up new markets is a business goal Dale DuBord, vice president of Four Seasons Equipment Inc. (FSEI), always is interested in pursuing. So when Woody Ferrell, vice president of sales and marketing, Champion Motor Graders, presented DuBord with the opportunity to become an authorized dealer for the Champion line of compact graders for the area surrounding Houston and Dallas in October 2008, he seized it.
In 1986, 20 people gathered at Baker Beach, San Francisco and built an 8-ft tall man, which was then burned to honor the Summer Solstice and thus was born the annual Burning Man event, now held in Black Rock Desert, Nev., every Labor Day weekend. The 2008 Burning Man attracted more than 49,000 participants, known as Burners, who built a man who stood atop an obelisk to represent the American Dream.
Once Texas engineers had time to study the damage to the Lake Conroe Dam caused by Hurricane Katrina and estimate the necessary repairs, they determined that the additional cost was probably on the order of $3 million, and the time to complete the work probably no more than four months.
Sakai America in Adairsville, GA, announced the appointment of Four Seasons Equipment as an authorized dealer in the state of Texas. Sakai offers a full line of high-quality, high-productivity vibratory soil and asphalt compactors, static rollers, soil stabilizers and seven new 4000VPM rollers designed for Superpave and perpetual pavements.