Here's a gallery of the many pieces of equipment we use and have available for your project. (We supply the operator.)
A straight truck is commonly known as a dump truck and is used to move large quantities of loose material such as sand, gravel, or rock.
A bobcat is a small tractor on either tracks or wheels and with a front loader. It can climb over rough terrain, turn in a tight circle, pull or push, and lift.
A wheel loader is essentially a large, powerful bobcat.
An excavator uses its front scoop to move material and dig holes and trenches. Being on tracks instead of tires, it can tackle challenging terrain. Its "thumb" allows it to grasp ungainly items such as tree trunks and boulders. A backhoe is a small excavator.
A water truck spreads water over a road to keep the dust down. It can also be a backup reservoir during extensive burns.
A boom truck has a crane to load and unload bulky items that it transports.
A packer has a massive (5,000-lb.) water-filled cylinder that packs down loose material such as sand, dirt or gravel by vibrating as it rolls.
A lowboy has a lowered flatbed used to transport bulky items and heavy equipment. We also have a car carrier and a tilt deck.
A grader has a powerful blade that levels and smooths areas such as roadbeds and parking lots.