SHORING EQUIPMENT RENTER ANNOUNCES OPENING OF NEW TAMPA LOCATION
Better Roads Staff | February 10, 2010
Tampa, FL – February 10, 2010 – Leading renter of excavation shoring and structural support equipment, Mabey Bridge & Shore, Inc., announced Wednesday they will open their fourth Florida location in Tampa on Monday, February 15. The new yard is located at 7809 N. Highway 301 in Tampa and will stock trench boxes, road plates, sheet piling, temporary roadway mats and other excavation and structural shoring equipment.
“In the past, we’ve been able to service our Tampa area customers from our Orlando depot,” said Joe Atkinson, Mabey’s regional sales manager for the area. “This new location means shorter delivery times to Florida’s West Coast contractors and jobsites. The contractors will now have better access to our engineering and site tech services.”
Sheet piling and frames are ready now in varying sizes. Trench boxes are available in two or four sided configurations with panel lengths up to 24’ and Mabey’s 8’x14’, interlocking roadway mats provide a stable work surface on some of Tampa’s softest and wettest grounds. For product information, or directions to Mabey Bridge & Shore’s new Tampa yard, direct inquiries to Scott Pontious at (813) 988-1033.
For over 20 years, Mabey Bridge & Shore, Inc. has carried the broadest range of products available for bridges, excavation support, structural support and temporary roadways. From PE certified schemes to on-site support, Mabey carries what you need. Mabey products are available for sale or rent worldwide, and our prefabricated bridges are for temporary, permanent or emergency use. With multiple locations throughout the U.S., you can trust Mabey Bridge & Shore, Inc. to provide the most efficient and cost-effective solution when and where you need it.
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