Construction Equipment Purchasers Request New Equipment
According to a report by Purchasing.com, business owners are opting to purchase new equipment over used models. The report, Tech Innovations Drive Increases in Heavy Equipment Leases and Rentals highlights trends from an in-depth survey taken by 71,000 participants, spanning a four-year time period. The participants consisted of CEOs, managers and procurement professionals operating in the following industries:
Commercial Construction Inc’s Open House proves a big success
CCI’s Open House on September 8, 2014 was filled with 60+ special guests, clients, friends and family. Those who attended, were treated to personal tours of the facility, shop & grounds, including first-hand experiences with new equipment and shop tools in the back of house activities.
The professional team at CCI offered several special equipment presentation and President & CEO Bob Garcia personally welcomed all guests to the Open House. It was a great day of exciting activities, great food and refreshments and lots of networking with clients and friends.
Understanding the Different types of Trucks in Equipment Moving
If you plan to hire a trucking company to move equipment or earth, there will be a number of different trucks available for you to choose. We want to ensure that you choose the right trucks – affordable, correctly sized and appropriate for the job. That’s why we want to help you understand the different types of trucks used in equipment moving.
Join Us at Our Open House on Monday, September 8th, 2014!
Join us at Commercial Constructions, Inc Headquarters on Monday, September 8th for an Open House celebration of our new headquarters in Brighton, MI. We have some exciting things happing during the event: Take the CCI Shop Tour and experience first-hand all the new equipment, shop tools and back of the house activities that are exclusive to CCI and its professional team of staff members. We will be presenting several special equipment presentations; including how to run, move and place items the right.
Experience Matters in Commercial Construction, Rigging and Millwright
Considering the increasing importance of construction, rigging and millwright services, numerous companies are surfacing in the industry. Each provides a unique offering that can appeal to a wide array of customers. But we want to ensure that you always get the right company and to do so, you need a company that has plenty of experience in commercial construction, rigging and millwrights. Here is a closer look at the many reasons why experience matters more than most business owners may think.
Debunking the Top 3 Rigging Myths
In itself, rigging is a commercially viable way to lift, move and install almost any object, particularly large and heavy ones. With increasing global recognition of their importance, rigging has garnered plenty of international attention. Interestingly enough, it has also attracted a few rather absurd myths, many that are keeping businesses from unlocking their full potential. To ensure that this does not happen to you, we are going to tell you about the top 3 rigging myths and show you why disbelief.
Tips on selecting the right Heavy Machinery Moving Services
Any large facility, whether production or service based, is likely to have need of machinery moving at some point in time, if not regularly. It may be a matter of simply moving a growing company into a larger facility, or it may be that the nature of your business requires that you provide machinery on site to finish your projects. Whether or not you have an in-house crew to perform these tasks, there is no doubt that you have to hire an.
How to Select an Experienced Commercial Construction Company
Finding a qualified commercial construction contractor to handle large projects has always been a challenge, but has become more important than ever with recent changes in the economy. Businesses are still growing and commercial construction projects are pilling up, but the budgets are tighter. There is simply no room for error in either increased costs or time that an inadequate contractor can leave you with. Most contractors are reliable, but you can make sure to avoid some of the irresponsible ones by.