Kajun Flood Workz, LLC

Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by KrayzKajun, Apr 29, 2013.

  1. KrayzKajun

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  2. whiffyspark

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    I'm surprised sunbelt let you haul it. Ours went us haul anything. They're equipment trailers sit unused lol
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  3. KrayzKajun

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  4. KrayzKajun

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    I've been really focused on my landscape company and it is really paying off.

    Flood & hurricane season are slowly creeping up on us. I've been taking one night out the week and working on flood Workz stuff for a few hours. Working in getting a website up with videos of us and my attachment in action. May do a blog that updates flood scales and storm tracking.

    Made a some great contacts over the winter. Some as far north as Fargo, ND. I've gotten some interest in our services from a few cities along the Mississippi River and Ohio river valley area.

    More too come. Trying setup a demo on a new kubota svl90 to see how it handles the sandbag attachment.
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  5. AEL

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    come down this way jacob! We have had a huge amount of snow this year, and when it melts there is going to be some serious flooding!
     
  6. Cornell

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    Same here, we've had almost 60" of snow and none of it has melted because its stayed so cold.
     
  7. KrayzKajun

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    I've been doing a good bit of research on past flood events. I'm at the mouth of the Mississippi River. We are the last ones to get the effects of spring flooding. It's seems I would be better off focusing on providing services to the Mississippi, Ohio & red river valleys.

    Theoretically you can mobilize and get from Louisiana to North Dakota & any stop in between in less than 48 hours.
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  8. Ethan51

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    Hey Jacob, I remembered you made a comment regarding a 24' or 28' enclosed for KFW, and I just found this on my local Craigslist: http://columbiamo.craigslist.org/cto/4294528169.html. It would be quite a drive for you, but for $5000, instead of $8,000, it might be worth it! I hope all is well man!
     
  9. Mark13

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    That's a rough looking unit there.

    Appears to have been parked in that place for a while, I bet the underside of it isn't to pretty. Possibly missing an axle as well.
     
  10. KrayzKajun

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    It's crazy how things just start to look up all of a sudden. Just got an email with an invitation to bid on parts of a local Flood Gate project. Printing out the specs now and will make a site visit this week. I've got till the 25th to get my parts together. Woohoo
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