Customer Stories

Crossfire Powers Civil and Utility Work with Trimble 3D Machine Control and Business Center – HCE

Overview Customer Profile   Headquartered in southwest Colorado, Crossfire is a premier oil and gas field services company that works on projects across the Western United States. Crossfire specializes in pipeline construction and hauling services, well servicing, hydro excavation and utility construction work.
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Sandpiper Dredging uses Trimble HYDROpro to Help Replenish Sorrento Beach in Australia

Shifting sands in Port Phillip have left the front beach at Victoria’s popular destination of Sorrento beach lacking sand. As summer approached, the Mornington Peninsula Shire and Australian Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) decided to replenish the beach by dredging a near shore sandbank.
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A ‘Lot’ of Trouble

There stood Beau Wissing, staring at a mess someone else had created – and now was his to fix. “It was a disaster,” Wissing said of the parking lot being built for a new grocery store. Heartland Concrete Construction, Hastings, Nebraska, had been hired to finish-grade and concrete pave the 100,000 square foot (9,290 square meter) lot.
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Eiffage TP Group Realizes 100% Productivity Gains in LGV Est High-speed Rail Project with Trimble 3D Machine Control

Fougerolle Ballot Terrassements (Eiffage TP Group) specializes in large-scale excavation work with a focus on the design and execution of civil engineering in the areas of construction, public works, energy and metal. The company is currently completing the grading of the platform and finishing Lot 35, one of the flagship construction sites of the LGV Est Européenne.
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New Technology for Field Managers Quickens Pulse Rates All over the Site

Customer Profile Western Earthmoving is a civil contractor that builds roads, subdivisions, services, and drainage. Most of their work is residential in Western Sydney and Wollongong in New South Wales. They currently have approximately 150 employees and 80 permanent subcontractors, and the business is growing all the time.
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Precise 3D Paving boosts safety at transportation terminal

The world’s most level surfaces are required at intermodal terminals being constructed in Australia. Bumps, uneven grades or accumulated water can be hazardous to the wheeled cranes that carry 90 metric ton loads (99 U.S. short tons), high and heavy, across the surface.
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D-Day Mapping Expedition

It’s been almost 70 years since the invasion of Normandy, France when 156,000 Allied troops landed and began their march across Europe to defeat Hitler. And, while these soldiers’ collective destinies could not have been known at the time, their will to fight was unmistakable. General Dwight D.
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Windley Contracting Increases Productivity On Highway Expansion Project

Overview Customer Profile: Windley Contracting Ltd. provides full mechanical contracting services in the residential and commercial sectors within British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
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Trimble Technology Helps French Contractor Improve Productivity Throughout the A719 Roadway Build

APRR, a subsidiary of the well-established  Eiffage Group, was selected for construction and project operation of the A719 road expansion, estimated at approximately €100 million ($111 million US dollars). This effort included building a 14 kilometer (8.7 mile) motorway link between the cities of Gannat and Vichy in Central France.
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