Road Builders Machinery & Supply Co., Inc.

In 1985, Phil McCoy started a construction equipment company in Kansas City with one explicit mission: Combine the highest quality equipment with top-notch service to provide the customer with the best options possible. Three decades later, McCoy serves as the president of RoadBuilders, guiding the company with the same values he started with. Four years after starting the company, RoadBuilders became an exclusive Komatsu dealer. In 1992, the company broke into the industrial machining and engine rebuilding business. And in 2000, the company greatly expanded its footprint by adding three locations in Omaha, Lincoln, and Grand Island, Nebraska. This expansion was followed eight years later by the acquisition of a location in Springfield, Missouri. Over 30 years, RoadBuilders has grown substantially and yet it remained faithful to its core value of putting the customer first.



RoadBuilders Machinery Now Part of Masaba's Network of Distributors

Masaba Inc. , a United States manufacturer of bulk material handling solutions, announced the addition of RoadBuilders Machinery to its distributor network. "We are pleased to have RoadBuilders Machinery join our network of distributors," said Kevin Glendenning, midwest region sales manager of Masaba....


Takeuchi Announces Roadbuilders Machinery as New Dealer in Southwest Missouri

Takeuchi-US, a leader in compact equipment, has announced RoadBuilders Machinery & Supply as a new dealer. Located in Springfield, Mo., the company also has a location in Kansas City, Kan., where it is headquartered, and four locations throughout Nebraska....


Kansas Road Crews Tackle Soil, Subgrade Issues

Crews from Emery Sapp & Sons Inc. started work in May on the Kansas Department of Transportation's (KDOT) $16 million pavement reconstruction of a 7.12 mi. section of U.S. 169 in Allen County, from Minnesota Road south to Delaware Road....


NLICA Hosts Construction Expo, Field Day on July 28

Nebraska Land Improvement Contractors Association (NLICA) held its construction expo and field day on July 28. Admission was free, and more than 400 guests had the chance to test equipment for a variety of applications, including earthmoving/land clearing, drainage/irrigation, open ditch work, excavation/grading and many more....


K2 Construction Works With Local Groups on 48th Street

Reconstruction of a 2 mi. (3.2 km) segment of the city of Lincoln's NW 48th Street between West Vine Street and West Adams Street began March 30, 2015 when crews from K2 Construction, based in the city, arrived on the scene of this project, which is also close to the diverging-diamond interchange that Nebraska Department of Roads (NDOR) is building....






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