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Construction Equipment Towing Team Moves Excavator

Excavator Delivered to New Medical Building Site by Construction Equipment Towing Team

A construction company in need of a construction equipment towing team gave a desperate call to the Universal Towing 24/7 dispatch center last week. The site manager was managing two sites and urgently needed to get an excavator from one site to another. Being the responsible site manager that he was, he had already arranged for another company to come and pick up the excavator. Unfortunately, he learned that not all heavy duty tow companies are reliable when the driver never showed up! Now he was stuck with an excavator and no one to move it!

Thankfully, the site manager called the right company the second time around! Universal understands the importance of a deadline. They had a construction equipment towing team there within the hour. The heavy tow team assessed the scene. The team immediately got to work and drove the excavator up onto his flatbed. Once the excavator was fully strapped on and secure, the team drove it 1.5 miles down the road to the site of the old Holly Hill Elementary School. While the school is no longer there, a brand new medical building is taking its place. Now that the crew on site has their excavator, they can get to work on Holly Hill’s newest medical facility!

The site manager was extremely happy with Universal’s quick response in his time of need.Thanks for the speedy and thorough work team!

Construction Equipment Towing an Excavator

Details of Excavator Delivered to New Medical Building Site by Construction Equipment Towing Team

Universal Towing received a call from a client needing construction equipment towing services to move an excavator from one construction site to another. A construction equipment towing operator was dispatched to the first construction site. The construction equipment towing operator drove to the first construction site at the location of the old YMCA on the corner of Derbyshire and Brentwood. The construction equipment towing operator arrived at the construction site on Derbyshire and Brentwood. The construction equipment towing operator exited his flatbed truck and found the site manager.

The construction equipment towing operator was shown the excavator that needed towing. The construction equipment towing operator backed up his flatbed truck until it was directly in front of the excavator. The towing operator lowered the ramp. The towing operator got into the excavator. The towing operator started the excavator. The construction equipment towing operator slowly drove the excavator up the ramp and onto the flatbed.

The towing operator used straps to secure the excavator to the flatbed. The construction equipment towing operator ensured that the excavator was properly strapped down and secured to the flatbed. The construction equipment towing operator determined that the excavator was properly secured and fit for moving. The construction equipment towing operator drove the excavator 2.6 miles to the corner of Walker and Central. The construction equipment towing operator backed the excavator down the ramp and delivered it safely to the second construction site.