A comprehensive preventative maintenance program is one assurance that we are not affected by incidents due to inadequate care & maintenance, and helps to ensure all equipment is in excellent, safe running condition

Our modern equipment inventory includes side booms, excavators, wheel ditchers (rubber tire and track type), hoe pack, tandem axle winch tractors, low boys, high boys, zoom boom, Bobcats, dozers, 42 ton picker truck, crew trucks, and 1, 2, & 4.5 ton pickers.


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Our Equipment

Evergreen Energy has an impressive fleet of well-maintained construction equipment that’s ready to go to work at a moment’s notice.

Our modern equipment inventory includes:

  • Side booms – JD 550, JD 650, 561, 562
  • Excavators – 200, 230, 270, 350
  • Dozers – D5, D6, D7, 650 JD, 850 JD
  • Rubber-tired wheel ditcher
  • Tandem-axle winch tractors
  • 42-ton, tri-axle picker truck
  • Picker trucks – 1, 2, and 4.5 ton
  • Pipeline cruisers
  • Low boys, high boys, scissor and drop neck trailers
  • Bobcats
  • Office shacks
  • 80-ft Genie lift
  • Versa handlers
  • 20-ft car trailers
  • 40-ft goose-neck trailer
  • Office shacks/ lunchroom facilities
  • Power plants
  • 40,000 litre fuel tanks
  • Propane dispensers
  • Tele-handlers
  • Telescopic Scissor Lifts
  • Air Compressors
  • Light Towers/Power Plants
Our Attachments

We also have a full line of attachments, such as:

  • Brush rakes
  • Ditch packers
  • Frozen topsoil cutter
  • Ripper shanks
  • Hoe pacs

Our computerized maintenance log allows us to keep up-to-date on the status of each piece of equipment, whether it’s in the shop for repair or regularly-scheduled maintenance.

The maintenance and repair history of each piece of equipment is available in real time, detailing what was done, when, and flagging any recurring issues. Newer units are linked by computer directly to the dealer maintenance team, meaning breakdowns can be diagnosed quicker, parts sourced, and technicians dispatched with the proper tools and parts to get the machine up and running.

Further, our management team can verify the status and location of any piece of equipment in our fleet anytime. A superintendent in the field, for instance, can notify the maintenance foreman about a mechanical issue as soon as it happens, with division managers automatically notified that the piece of equipment is out-of-service.

All major equipment – including car trailers, air compressors, and hoe pacs – has GPS tracking to help us manage the dispatch and supply of equipment to various projects as it is needed.