First Hydro Excavator Truck Added to Growing Fleet

First Hydro Excavator Truck Added to Growing Fleet

Locating buried pipelines and cables for underground utility projects is an important and very concise practice that our team at Comer Construction continuously strives to ensure is both safe and environmentally friendly. Recently, we took our underground utility work to the next level with the addition of our first vacuum excavation truck. The 2018 Kenworth with a GapVax HV55 Hydro Excavator is a safe, non-destructive and accurate way to safely locate buried pipelines and cables. 

Here’s how it works:
High pressure water flows around buried utilities penetrating the soil to create small soil particles that are easily removed by the vacuum.   

Comer Construction purchased the Hydro Excavator in February 2020 and has been operating it daily on existing underground utility projects. The vacuum excavation truck is also available to rent.  Give us a call for rates and availability.

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New Fuel Truck Added to Growing Fleet

New Fuel Truck Added to Growing Fleet

Ever wonder how a site construction company can keep numerous pieces of heavy equipment operating efficiently at multiple job sites a day? Well, it takes top-notch crews, strict adherence to daily safety standards, and fuel… a whole lot of fuel.

And at Comer Construction, our fuel truck is a highly-relied upon piece of equipment that keeps our comprehensive site construction services running smoothly daily. That’s why we recently added a new fuel truck to our growing fleet. The new fuel truck, a 2020 Model GR713/64FR Mack, has the capacity to carry 2,500 gallons of fuel with the added bonus of an automatic transmission and air ride suspension. In addition to fuel, the Model GR713 also carries Diesel Exhaust Fluid, motor and hydraulic oils, grease and antifreeze.

Our state-certified fuel truck driver, operates the new truck delivering fuel to 10-to-12 site construction sites daily throughout the Greater Baltimore Region. Certified by the Maryland Department of Transportation, our driver holds a current Class B CDL license and has a Hazardous Materials and Tank Vehicle endorsement.

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COMER CONSTRUCTION ADDS EXCAVATORS, PICKUP TO FLEET

Comer Construction recently added three new pieces of equipment to its growing fleet — a CAT 349FL Excavator, CAT 336FL Excavator, and a 2018 Chevy Silverado 1500 Crew Cab Pickup.

The CAT 349FL Excavator is currently in daily operation in our Utility Division working on pipe installation projects to set heavy structures and extensive excavation during the water, sewer and storm drain installation process.

The CAT 336FL Excavator also is utilized in our Utility Division to dig trenches for the water, sewer, and storm drain installation.

The 2018 Chevy Silverado 1500 Crew Cab Pickup is operated by Tim Kaptein, Director of Safety, to transport employees and safety equipment as needed.

A comprehensive list of Comer Construction’s fleet can be found here:
https://www.comerconstruction.com/equipment-available/

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Comer Construction Adds Backhoe, Track Loader to Fleet

Comer Construction recently added two new pieces of equipment to its growing fleet — a CAT 420F Rubber Tire Backhoe and CAT 299 Compact Track Loader. The Rubber Tire Backhoe is one of several that the company operates and uses regularly for utility jobs. The Compact Track Loader is the company’s second, but larger-sized, compact Track Loader added for its efficiency and greater productivity to fulfill a higher demand for small grading and topsoil jobs.

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Comer Construction Adds Four New Dump Trucks to Fleet

Comer Construction recently added four new environmentally-friendly 2016 MACK GU713 Dump Trucks to its fleet. The new dump trucks were purchased to reduce maintenance costs and improve fuel efficiency among the company’s 22 total dump trucks. Comer Construction’s experienced drivers are appreciative of the new driver-friendly dump trucks used to transport loose material from one location to another.

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Comer Construction Continues to Expand Fleet

Comer Construction recently added two CAT 930M Rubber Tire Loaders and two Chevy Pickup Trucks to its fleet. The two CAT 930M Rubber Tire Loaders are used by utility crews to stock materials and for snow removal jobs. The two new 2016 Chevy HD 2500 ¾ ton pickup trucks will be driven by Foremen on Grading Crews to transport materials and crew members to and from job sites. Comer Construction currently operates more than 40 total pickup trucks throughout the company.

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2016 Chevy HD 2500 ¾ Ton Pickup Truck

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