Denver Int’l Airport Wins Environmental Award
By Mike McClanahan / October 24, 2022

Denver International Airport (DEN) was awarded the 2022 Leading Airport Fleet award this past summer by ACT Expo in recognition of the airport’s alternative and sustainable fleet assets. The award recognizes airport fleets that demonstrate leadership in alternative fuel and advanced vehicle technology. “As DEN strives to become one of the greenest airports in the world, it is imperative that...

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Mike McClanahan - May 23, 2022

Heavy-Duty Landscaping Takes Heavy-Duty Trucks

Sometimes even bad things can have a good side and one of the good things to come out of the Covid crisis (bad) was people discovering they want more enjoyable outdoor living at their homes (that’s...

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Mike McClanahan - April 29, 2022

Lighten Up and $ave

Fleet operating costs are soaring as gasoline and diesel prices climb to near-record levels and new regulations keep piling up. We can’t do much about that, but we can help you cut down on expenses...

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April 21, 2022

We’re Wired for Business

From new construction to remodeling and disaster recovery, the world runs on electricity and that means hundreds of miles of wiring needs to be strung, buried, or replaced every week. And wherever...

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Mike McClanahan - March 31, 2022

Get Ready for Spring Cleaning

As winter gives way to warmer weather, construction sites perk up and storms scatter debris across streets and parking lots. That means it’s time get those vacuum trucks ready to roll. And whether...

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Michael McClanahan - March 16, 2022

Big Jobs Take Big Trucks

There’s probably no bigger a workhorse in a construction or maintenance fleet than the trusty pickup truck. It hauls crews and supplies to and from worksites, pulls everything from trailers to tree...

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Mike McClanahan - February 28, 2022

Landscaping Season is Coming. Are You Ready?

Spring doesn’t spring in Colorado. It inches slowly across the state. It starts on the southwestern prairies and spreads northward to the high plains before creeping up the mountainsides at its own...

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