Month: June 2021

Power, Ease of Transportation & Factory-Fit Machine Control Drive Dozer Performance

CASE 850M dozer works from cut-and-fill to fine grading, and offers benefits — from acquisition to resale — of factory-fit machine control.

Dirt work is in Brian Golden’s blood — and the connection to each generation of his family is present every day at MacMor Construction LLC. Founded in 2013 and named after his daughters — Mackenzie and Morgan — MacMor started as a three-man crew and has grown into a sitework and heavy highway powerhouse with 46 full-time employees.

“My father was a general superintendent back in the day,” explains Golden. “He’s actually still involved today — he’s come on and he runs the field operations for me now. This has been something that’s been in my blood forever, and it’s just, I like the work. I like the equipment, I like dealing with the owners… It’s just what I do.”

CASE Precision Grader Blade for Compact Track Loaders

New attachment is compatible with the same 2D and 3D machine control technologies deployed on full-sized motor graders, allowing contractors to transform their CTL into a powerful and compact precision grading solution.

CASE Construction Equipment introduces the all-new CASE Precision Grader Blade, a powerful new attachment for large-frame compact track loaders that delivers the grading performance of a motor grader in a more compact and agile footprint. The CASE Precision Grader Blade is compatible with 2D and 3D machine control solutions — including CASE SiteControl grader solutions powered by Leica Geosystems — to deliver improved productivity, quality and efficiency in fine grading applications.

“This is built for those applications where contractors have always wanted the power and precision of a motor grader, but were unable to justify it based on size, access or cost,” says Jerry Hutkowski, product manager, CASE Construction Equipment. “It takes the large-frame CTL that many contractors already own and turns it into a powerful precision grading solution capable of working on sites where a larger machine isn’t practical or can’t gain access.”

CASE LIVE Virtual Event Detailing Excavator Machine Control

Excavators equipped with machine control solutions exhibit advanced performance.Interactive webcast (June 23 — 10 AM Central) focuses on the performance and quality advances possible when excavators are equipped with machine control solutions.

CASE Construction Equipment has announced that the next CASE LIVE virtual event will focus on Machine Control and Excavation, and will be held on June 23 at 10 AM Central.

CASE experts will discuss the options available for outfitting excavators with machine control technology, the advantages it provides specific to excavating operations, and how contractors can use the technology to improve their overall business. This edition of CASE LIVE will be hosted by Richie Snyder, product manager for digital and precision solutions & telematics, and Nathaniel Waldschmidt, product manager for excavators — both with CASE Construction Equipment.  

Clay County, West Virginia Wins CASE Dire States Grant

CASE Construction Equipment has announced Clay County, West Virginia as the winner of the 2021 Dire States Grant. Representatives of the county will receive $25,000 in free equipment rental from CASE that will be supported locally by State Equipment

Clay County was awarded the grant to repair grounds and facilities that were initially damaged in heavy flooding in June 2016. More than 500 homes were destroyed in that event, and local resources that provided food and services to residents have been closed due to ongoing water and sewer issues. This includes the recent closing of the local Nutrition Center, as well as the continued flooding of local parks and recreational areas. The ongoing fallout has been particularly hard on the region, with business closings and no grocery store currently open in the county. FEMA estimated at the time that the county sustained more than $8.5 million in roadway damage.  

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