work is very destructive to the equipment used to perform it. We ask a lot of our equipment to make us a "Smarter. Faster. Safer."
Company. So prompt equipment maintenance and repair becomes one of the most important factors in project management. We utilize 3 fully equipped service trucks to perform field maintenance and repairs on a daily basis. We also maintain a large inventory of "spares"; cylinders, buckets, hydraulic implements, hoses, fittings, parts and rebuild kits for everything we own. Many of the more common parts are carried in our crew vehicles and our service trucks and are available on site for immediate repairs when necessary.
Our machine shop maintains an extra set of jaws for the 23 shears and concrete processors we own. When an equipment operator observes pre-determined wear indicators, signaling the time for rebuild, he calls for a replacement set of jaws to be installed at the end of that shift. The removed jaw set is taken back to the shop, rebuilt, and set on the shelf for the next call. This investment eliminates job site down time for rebuilding metal & concrete processors.
Our truck and trailer fleet is similarly purchased, built and modified to the Staton high efficiency standards. All of our trucks are Kenworth T-800s, one of the most efficient and reliable heavy duty tractors in the trucking industry. Our trucks are uniformly modified to connect to our fleet of high volume debris trailers, concrete tubs or flat beds. All trucks and trailers in our fleet are equipped with on board scales. On board scales allow our drivers to carry maximum legal loads to maximize safety and minimize transportation costs to our clients.
Charlie Cox, our Shop Manager for over 15 years, and his team of 6 skilled technicians, are largely responsible for this marvelously successful system. Charlie is a great innovator of high efficiency, long life demolition and trucking equipment.