CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT North America

Customer success stories

They operate in all corners of the globe, in various industries and conditions.
But they all have two things in common – they are Volvo Construction Equipment customers and they are successful.
Here are their stories.

Tactical Takedown in St. Paul with Volvo High Reach Excavator

Volvo EC700CHR high reach excavator hard at work on a giant downtown demolition project with Rachel Contracting.

Volvo breathes life back into the Chesapeake Bay

Maryland Environmental Service is using a Volvo EC300E amphibious excavator to restore Poplar Island, a once diminishing remote island habitat in the Chesapeake Bay, North America.

Northwest Demolition

Highly customized fleet supports demo contractor through international growth

US contractor makes right utility connections

Helping make all the right utility connections for New England is the job of Volvo CE-equipped gas and water work specialist, Barber Utilities.

Safety central to Orlando highway overhaul

Florida’s clogged highways require urgent intervention from both man and machine – with Volvo Construction Equipment safely leading the way.

Laying a Foundation for Success

Brannan Sand & Gravel Company builds on legacy of loyalty and quality

Berg Steel Pipe Corp. Chooses Volvo for Shipping Operation

A staple in Panama City, Fla., since the plant opened in 1980. Recently, the company needed loaders for shipping operations. Shipping department manager, Chance Suggs compared other brands,...

Breaking Ground at Rogers Centre

Verdi Alliance relies on expertise to transform Toronto Blue Jays’ infield

Using CareTrack to fuel operating decisions

“The CareTrack® program allows us to monitor the fuel consumption the way the operator is operating the machine. If we see a machine that is burning too much fuel, we can address the...

Conners Crushed Stone

Today, Conners Crushed Stone is a multi-quarry limestone operation with six locations scattered within a 150-mile radius of Lott, Texas, a dot on the map along State Highway 77 in Falls...

B.C. Beetles Findworthy Opponent in Volvo

Smith and his MiBar Logging crews are on the job around the clock helping rid British Columbia of the mountain pine beetle, a small insect that is wreaking havoc on the province's rich...

A winning Combination

At the 2014 WasteExpo in Atlanta, Georgia, Jerry eyed the potential of the Volvo MC70C skid steer loader, donated by Volvo Construction Equipment to benefit the Environmental Research and...

One Scoop at a Time

Across the board, SFC Contract Services, Inc. utilizes all their Volvo Construction Equipment to keep the jobsite humming and the project moving forward.

Kaolin Clay and Smart Financing Help a Family Business Grow

Making sound decisions about not only the equipment purchased, but the way in which it is purchased, helps ensure Smith’s business has the financial foundation to continue its solid growth.

Volvo Revives Marsh Life

“The excavator is an absolute necessity here – it’s one of the few pieces of equipment that can come in and dig a channel, and also restore the ponds,” says Paul Capotosto, manager of the...

Keeping the Rock Moving

“Fuel economy is important to us, because that’s how we hold down our cost of production.” - Troy E. Kutz, Vice President, Materials Division.

Allegheny Contracting Finds Niche with the Right Equipment

Allegheny Contracting’s core business is natural gas utility pipeline installation through a team of 70 and an agile fleet of compact equipment and short-swing excavators.

Quality Machines Quality Work at Reese Landscaping

You know you’re doing something right when 90 percent of your business comes by word of mouth and repeat customers. This is the case for Tracey Reese, owner of Reese Landscaping Services...

Volvo High Reach Brings Down Metrodome

It took just four months to bring the Metrodome to the ground and haul away the remains. A new and larger $975 million stadium is being built simultaneously with the demolition of the old...

Finding new ways to wreck

Finding more efficient ways to tear down buildings to clear the way for new ones – all while making the most of what winds up in the recycling pile – has kept the Loewendick family busy for...