Tag: Hills Machinery

Hills Machinery Goes Full-Court Press with Two New Locations that Strengthen Sales, Service and Support Throughout North Carolina and South Carolina

CASE Construction Equipment dealer network made even stronger in the Southeast with new Hills Machinery facilities in Wilmington, and Asheville, North Carolina.

CASE Construction Equipment dealer Hills Machinery has opened two new facilities to strengthen its footprint and customer service throughout North Carolina and South Carolina. The new operations in Mills River (Asheville), and Leland (Wilmington), North Carolina will focus on new and used equipment sales, rental, support, service and parts access — and ultimately puts equipment owners throughout the territory within 90 miles of a Hills location no matter where their jobsite or farm is. Both new locations are now open, provide opportunity for expansion, and help further strengthen the CASE dealer network throughout the southeast.

Black Diamond General Contractors Utilize CASE Fleet for Ground-Up Multi-Family Housing Project

Founded in 2017 by father-and-son team Robert Timberman and Robert Timberman Jr., Black Diamond General Contractors is a full-service earth work and site work company based in the Charleston Peninsula of South Carolina. They do a bit of everything — from groundwork, infrastructure work, water, sewer city work, city repairs — they even have a vertical construction division.

“We do a lot of public utilities, site development, and we do some vertical construction, mostly in residential. We do commercial as well,” says Robert Jr. “Essentially, what we are is a one-stop shop. We’ll get a site that’s completely wooded. We’ll clear it, develop it, install the stormwater, water mains, sewer mains, and the public utilities and hand over a finished product ready for vertical construction.”

Excavator Provides Added Capacity and Production for E.R. Lewis as Construction Industry Rebounds in North Carolina

E.R. Lewis Construction Company, located in Pitt County, North Carolina, has been in business for more than 60 years. Starting out as a small, family-owned business with only a handful of machines, the company has evolved into a force that has tackled everything from agricultural development and subdivisions, to commercial work and highways. The company was founded in 1958 by Eldridge R. Lewis. In its early days, his son Harvey would go to school in the mornings and work for his father in the afternoons. It’s been a way of life for him ever since.

“If you do it in the dirt, we do it,” says Harvey Lewis, president, E.R. Lewis.

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