People love their plumber when their plumber is Done® Plumbing and Heating, in Aurora, Colorado. Done® Plumbing and Heating feels so strongly about customer satisfaction that they do a “Happy Check” on every customer minutes after the completion of every service call. So when they realized that subbing out their excavating service was not making customers happy, they decided to bring their excavating service in-house. And they looked to Faris Machinery, in Commerce City for the machinery they needed, because experienced sales rep Rick Finamore knows that businesses buy from people who understand their business.
Since 1974, DeLuca & Hartman Construction, of Waukesha, Wisconsin has been in business providing landscape and snow removal services for industrial and commercial properties, along with a growing business maintaining and repairing parking lots with asphalt or concrete surfaces. Owner Mario DeLuca Sr. has a long history of building the family business, being frugal and only buying new equipment when necessary.
Josef Hochmuth, managing director of the German horticulture & landscape design (GaLa) company Hochmuth, added another Wacker Neuson excavator model, the 50Z3, to his machine fleet. Even the basic model of this compact construction machine comes with a number of proven features. With a number of additional equipment options it can be customized to individual requirements.
The construction site on the A4 highway near Vienna is currently one of the largest in Austria. Especially near the Vienna airport, the eastern highway is particularly frequented with around 65,000 vehicles daily and growing.
The Panama Canal is about 82 kilometers long and cuts through the isthmus of the Central American country of Panama. More than 14,000 ships pass through it a year. The waterway connects the Atlantic to the Pacific and thus saves shipping the detour around Cape Horn at the southern tip of the continent. Among others, about 500 internal vibrators from Wacker Neuson are in use during the current expansion of the waterway.
Efficiency and cost-effectiveness are vital factors for the German contractor BTH (Boden-Technik-Hehl). Precision work according to a specific time plan is absolutely essential on concrete job sites, since the concrete has to be processed as quickly as possible. BTH uses up to six Wacker Neuson ride-on trowels for a major project in Mühldorf, Upper Bavaria. Approximately 80,000 m² of flooring for a production and assembly hall need to be troweled.
Wacker Neuson’s customer of many years, Ready Betontechnik, an industrial flooring specialist operating across the whole of Europe, recently produced over 2,200 square meters of floor installation and smoothing for a production and warehousing facility in Lauterecken near Kaiserslautern. The efficient floor smoothing and polishing work was carried out using the Wacker Neuson power trowels CRT 36 and CRT 48, which provide exceptionally high performance and user friendliness.