Road Machinery begins Phoenix facility reconstruction

By |  February 3, 2022


Road Machinery celebrated the groundbreaking of its Reman Center expansion and renovation project.

Construction of the facility in Phoenix is expected to be completed and open to the public in the third quarter this year.

According to Road Machinery, the project includes a 21,000-sq.-ft. remanufacturing facility and a 14,650-sq.-ft. workshop area, training facility, break room and staff offices. The facility will house engine and transmission rebuild services, replacing the original Road Machinery shop built in 1955.

Construction and renovation of the facility began this month, and they will continue in phases until the scheduled completion later this year.

“The new building addition improvement will open space for growth in the Reman Center,” says Tom Deloach, quality control technical consultant who has worked at Road Machinery for 46 years. “We are looking forward to the new modern engine shop and transmission shop.”

Adds Nate Kendall, president and CEO of Road Machinery: “We are excited that the new expansion will greatly simplify product flow and improve productivity. It’s been a long road to get to this point, and the Reman Center is going to be great not only for our customers but also for our staff.”

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