Power Curbers


Power Curbers Introduces Next Generation: The 5700-D

Power Curbers, makers of the 5700 Series, introduced the next generation of the 5700. In January 2020 the 5700-D replaces the 5700-C as the "one machine solution" for concrete slipform applications. The 5700-D excels in curbing, sidewalk, barrier, ditches, paving, tunnel, agricultural and specialized applications, according to the manufacturer....


Power Curbers Announces New Hire, Promotions

Power Curbers Companies LLC announced that Stephen Bullock has been named chief operating officer. Bullock has been with Power Curbers for 24 years, and has been vice president of sales and marketing for the last 15 years....


Power Curbers Acquired by Family-Owned North Carolina Company

Paving equipment company, Power Curbers, and its subsidiaries has been sold to Steve and Lee Cornwell of Cornwell Capital, in Charlotte, N.C., the Salisbury Post reported. Power Curbers will still operate from its Salisbury, N.C., headquarters, and President Dyke Messinger said he will remain president for another two to three years until he turns 70....


Power Curbers Now Offers Stringless Pouring Technology

After years of development Power Curbers now offers stringless pouring technology to its customers. The Power Curber 5700-C, equipped with networked digital controls and all crawler steering, is now pouring on job sites in the United States and Canada....


Power Curber 5700-C Boasts Standard Swivel Chute

The Power Curber 5700-C is a compact, versatile slipform paving machine that handles concrete curb-and gutter, barrier, sidewalk and special applications. It will slipform barrier or parapet up to 50 in....


Dodd Uses Power Curber 5700-C for Competitive Edge

You could say Ben Martin knows all there is to know about the curb and gutter business. He started working with concrete 13 years ago, beginning “with a shovel” as he puts it, and climbing his way to superintendent of Dodd Construction....


Power Curber Introduces Post-Hole Digger Attachment

A post-hole digger for the Power Curber 5700-Super-B digs pier holes up to 34 in. (86 cm) deep for slipforming concrete foundations for steel cable, strung in highway medians. A pier hole can be dug in a matter of minutes by machine, as opposed to the much more time-consuming manual digging methods, according to the manufacturer....


Power Curber Sells 1,100th 5700 Unit to PA Contractor

Barry and Les Sauder of Sauder Brothers Construction in Manheim, PA, became Power Curber customers in 1987 and have remained so because of service “and the relationship with the factory” in North Carolina, Barry Sauder said....


Power Curber 5700-B Keeps Crews Ahead of Schedule

State specs that called for hand forming a section of 52-in. (132 cm) Jersey barrier every 300 ft. (91.5 m) threatened to slow slipform production on an interstate project. The hand-formed sections were to be used for drainage and electrical poles and components along the interstate....


Power Curber 8700 Keeps Watchful Eye on Stringlines

The Power Curber 8700 pours flat surfaces up to 16 ft. (4.9 m) wide. The paver is designed for V-ditches for irrigation; monolithic curbs, gutters, and sidewalks; roller-compacted concrete dams; barrier and bridge/parapet up to almost 6 ft....






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