Efficient and Accurate Large-Scale Earthmoving
McAninch has developed a unique approach to large-scale earthmoving. Haul routes and cycle times define the plan, but timely execution is a function of machine power. One of the industry’s largest fleet of pull-scrapers, combined with excavators and articulated trucks, allows us to achieve more production per hour on mass grading projects. McAninch is the leader in applied equipment technology.
With lots of pieces of heavy machinery in constant motion, a fast-moving job is an exercise in controlled congestion. Experienced superintendents monitor and direct the assets as cuts and fills proceed, using GPS coordinates to quantify and report each day’s progress.
At McAninch, speed and accuracy are two of the most important factors in successfully completing a job. Soil must be aerated, restructured, and compacted to the right point on the density curve and in that respect these projects become very scientific and complicated. Regardless of a project’s complexity, McAninch is always prepared; each of our operating engineers is a highly skilled and trained professional. Some have been members of our field crews for more than 25 years.
Owners and construction firms rely on the expert knowledge and advanced technology that McAninch brings to every project. They know that when the deadlines arrive their sites will be ready to build on.
If you’re ready to start an earthmoving or grading project and need to know how to get started, contact us for more information today.
Why do you work at McAninch?
John Hollinger – 46 Years with McAninch – Lowboy Driver
When I started at McAninch 46 years ago I was a mechanic’s assistant and then transitioned to being a driver. The people and the wages are what really sets McAninch apart from the rest. I think McAninch probably has the highest wages in the area and allow you to determine your career path without keeping you in one specific position. They let you go to schools to help expand your skillset and get better while continuing to grow in your career. McAninch has been all that I have known, but I do know that the people that have left have come back and always said ‘I wish I would have stayed here’.