The Montevideo Co-op, a grain drop-off, processing and storage facility in Montevideo, Minn., needed to replace its gravel lot with a new asphalt pad for trucks to unload grain. The specs of the project included a 350-ft., 2.5-in. thick asphalt circle that would reduce the amount of dust and mud created by the old lot.
Richard Carron has long been a proud veteran of the United States Army.
The owner and president of Valley Paving Inc. in Shakopee, Minn., southwest of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Carron served his country in the late 1960s during the Vietnam War.
In 2019, his full-service paving and road construction company is celebrating 40 years in business as a veteran-owned establishment.
Gomaco Corporation recently recognized Top Ten Distributors for sales in the 2018 fiscal year. The awards were presented in recognition for outstanding sales and distribution of Gomaco equipment in the United States.
Terry Equipment Inc.
Terry Equipment Inc.
Hayden-Murphy held a demonstration of its Kleemann crushing and mobile screening plants Oct. 5 at the Ulland Brothers gravel pit in Hermantown, Minn., near Duluth.
Guests saw the following Kleemann equipment in action:
MobiCat MC 110 Zi
A mobile jaw crusher from the new EVO generation with diverse possibilities of use, ideal for requirements in the contractor area.
Hayden-Murphy Equipment Company announces the hiring of Bob Brower as regional sales representative. Brower's territory will include North Dakota and western and northwestern Minnesota, as well as key accounts in South Dakota, Iowa, and Nebraska.
Brower has worked in the construction equipment industry since 1991 in a variety of capacities, most recently in crane rentals.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation's (MnDOT) $239 million, multi-year 35W@94: Downtown to Crosstown project reached its first year of construction in July as crews from a joint-venture, consisting of Ames Construction, Lunda Contracting Co.
Manitowoc has expanded Hayden-Murphy's coverage of Grove and Manitowoc cranes to include North Dakota. The Minneapolis-based company now offers full sales, rentals, aftermarket parts and service for the entire state of North Dakota. The move strengthens Manitowoc's dealer network in the region.
Hayden-Murphy Equipment, a leading distributor of Manitowoc Cranes, is celebrating its 60th year in the crane and lifting business. The Minneapolis-based company has witnessed significant changes in lifting technology over the years, embracing each advancement.
Heavy equipment operators and individuals starting out in the industry, were welcome at the first New Iron Expo at the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 49 Training Center on April 7 to 8 outside of Hinckley, Minn. Extending across the 400 acres on the IUOE Local 49 Training Center's facility were heavy equipment vendors, industry professionals and hundreds of visitors to not only view, but also operate some of the newest models of heavy equipment in the industry.
Road closures and traffic disruptions caused by frequent flooding annoying thousands of south metro drivers of the Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis for years should no longer be a challenge. After two years of digging, picking girders and pouring concrete, crews recently completed a 4,225 ft.
Hayden-Murphy is now the newest Grove GHC series Crane dealer for the states of Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wisconsin and UP Michigan. Hayden-Murphy will have these cranes available for sale and rent, as well as provide service and parts. “We will be your dealer of choice for this versatile and exciting new product.