Month: May 2021

CASE Supports 13th Annual Great Milwaukee Victory Garden BLITZ

CASE Construction Equipment donated the use of an SV280B skid steer to Victory Garden Initiative’s 13th Annual Great Milwaukee Victory Garden BLITZ. Volunteers built 385 garden beds and filled an additional 200 beds with fresh soil all within twenty-nine days.

The Great Milwaukee Victory Garden BLITZ is the nation’s largest garden-building event — having installed more than 5,000 gardens across the Greater Milwaukee area. Beginning with a group of friends in 2009 — who installed 35 raised-bed gardens in a single day — Victory Garden Initiative’s mission focuses on empowering communities to grow their own food and re-establishing the relationship between human and food ecology.

CASE to Host CASE LIVE Virtual Event on Proper Pre- and Post-operation Inspection

Interactive webcast (May 26 at 10 AM Central) focuses on improving uptime and performance through routine equipment inspection practices.

CASE Construction Equipment has announced the next installment of CASE LIVEThe Daily Equipment Walkaround, which will be held on May 26 at 10 AM Central.

CASE experts will demonstrate in this virtual event the best practices in pre- and post-operation equipment inspection and why it is important to the overall health and performance of construction equipment. It will be followed by a live Q&A between the audience and presenters. The webcast will be hosted by Brad Stemper, director of compact equipment, and Ted Polzer, director of product and customer support, CASE Construction Equipment.

The Art & Function of Snow Removal

Landmark Landscapes’ focus on building functional and aesthetic environments extends into snow removal operations.

Landmark Landscapes of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin was originally envisioned as a lifestyle company focused on landscape and the art of horticulture. “The business was started in 1990 by my parents. They ran it until 2014, as a lifestyle business that allowed them to pursue their passion for gardening and horticulture, dabbling in snow removal only when necessary,” says Jesse Majerus, owner and director of operations for Landmark Landscapes. “The passion was in the horticulture behind it. And my brother Joe and I saw an opportunity for serious growth.”

Since then, Jesse and Joe Majerus have grown the business dramatically — developing the systems and business processes to become a year-round business with a focus on commercial maintenance and snow removal. “We had early success building a strong foundation of hardscape and fantastic design/build projects,” Jesse says. “But we’ve really grown the maintenance and snow removal services through focused effort recently, more than quadrupling revenue in that line of business in the last three years.”

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