Cornell's Rock Walls and more Picture Thread

Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Cornell, Jun 19, 2014.

  1. Cornell

    Cornell LawnSite Senior Member
    from MN
    Posts: 542

    Hey everyone, I've had many people ask me about my thread that was deleted. I had it removed because many thought it was an advertisement for a product instead of a place for pictures so they skimmed over it. I had it deleted to start a new one with a new name. Around the same time an individual brought a lawsuit against the company I work for along with many people in my family including me so I held back on starting a new thread. I don't want to go into it any further than that and I won't be answering anymore questions about it; hope everyone understands.

    Since that thread started the company has gotten some different equipment.

    Traded the Case CX75SR in for a Doosan DX85-3, it's got a hydraulic Geith Coupler and a Towtem ASG50 Rock Grapple.

    Traded the Case CX160 in on a Doosan DX235LCR with a 54" heavy duty bucket, Geith Hydraulic coupler and a Towtem ASG72 Rock Grapple with dual rotating motors and the buckets are built to my specs.

    Still have the Doosan DX180 with the ASG60 Towtem and 48" Rock bucket

    We traded the T770 I use for a new one, traded the T750 on another T770 and bought a S770 as well.

    Some pictures before they got all muddy and dirty:

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  2. Cornell

    Cornell LawnSite Senior Member
    from MN
    Posts: 542

    Some pictures from a demo earlier this year

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    Sewer disconnect.

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    Too much fun.
     
  3. PC1250LC

    PC1250LC LawnSite Member
    from Midwest
    Posts: 38

    Great new thread, hope all is eventually resolved with the lawsuit. Awesome pics; but if I may very respectfully give you some advice, I would seriously consider removing the pictures of the worker in the hole. Not trying to be a d!ck but that could end up being more trouble you don't need. Keep up the great work and pics.
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  4. Junior M

    Junior M LawnSite Fanatic
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    I followed you on instagram a while back but I don't think you realized it was me..
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  5. coopers

    coopers LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Nice to see the new thread. Looking forward to some awesome work pics with those beautiful excavators.
     
  6. E-mans Hardscapes

    E-mans Hardscapes LawnSite Member
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    No trench box?
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  7. JNB Construction

    JNB Construction LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 282

    Good to have this thread going again! By one of your photos I see that you've also gone into the home appliance business. :)
     
  8. KrayzKajun

    KrayzKajun LawnSite Fanatic
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    Glad to see you posting pics again. Really impressed how y'all care for your equipment. Every time I see one of excavators it reminds me I need to tint the cab on my tractor.
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  9. Cornell

    Cornell LawnSite Senior Member
    from MN
    Posts: 542

    That's me in the hole. The service was supposed to be 5 feet in the ground acording to city record not 11'. The master plummer was there and I didn't have time to get a trench box. There's a reason I dropped the bucket and stick down there.

    Yeah I got a new one that's private. matthewquinnell is my new one.

    Thanks!

    Read above.

    All those appliances were in that 1100 sq ft house. It was crazy.

    It all looks nice when its new. I waxed everything this winter so it seems to stay cleaner.

    We've had so much rain this year its insane. Finally had a rain day yesterday, first of the season. We're so busy I've just been working through the mud.

    Water rushing over a 6' wall I built and over the road to another wall I built.

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    Soft ground. I started out sitting on top of it.

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    I finally got to use mud mats for the first time. I love them!

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  10. Cornell

    Cornell LawnSite Senior Member
    from MN
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    Found a 30'x80' barn buried on that demo job. A lot of fun that was to dig up.

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    Water table was right there too

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    Modular wall. We replaced a wall that blew out.... 2 6 foot walls with no reinforcement behind them.

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    First set of tines made it through 4 years of rock abuse

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    New ones!

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    Gave these people a back yard. The big wall was built 3 years ago by us.

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    Another back yard I made usable

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    Rain

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    Backfilling power and gas trenches during the winter makes for fun surprises in the spring

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    I found 6 baby racoons and kept them until they are old enough to live by themselves. I named this one Bandit and the other ones are all named from Smokey and the Bandit. haha

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    Before paint got rubbed off the 235 Towtem

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