Pull Pans, Inc., utilizes a fleet of tractors and pull scrapers for earthwork projects throughout the United States. The projects have ranged in size from 25,000 up to more than 2,000,000 cubic yards, and they reflect a diverse mix, including highways, stormwater treatment areas, industrial and commercial sites, and environmental restoration efforts.
The company has not followed convention in the earthmoving business, where most of its competitors use Cat scrapers, or excavators and off road trucks, as their means of earthwork. The background of the company goes back some twenty years, when its principals undertook disking projects for farmers and ranchers in Florida. This involved the use of very large four wheel drive tractors, and super duty disks capable of clearing rough, overgrown land. In the late 1990s, disking was undertaken on several thousand acres of former sugar cane land that was being converted into storm water management areas in south Florida.
That work led to an opportunity to use pull scrapers behind our four wheel drive tractors for a sizable shopping center project near West Palm Beach, Florida. From that initial experience, the principals of Pull Pans took the concept to the Denver area, and obtained work on, among other projects, the E470 highway being constructed by a Kiewit led joint venture.
In the early 2000s, the principals and key employees began working on numerous projects in Florida, which are more fully described under “Past Projects” below. This continued through early 2010, when the principals bought many of the assets of the company with which they had been associated, and formed Pull Pans, Inc.. Virtually all key employees followed them to Pull Pans, Inc..
Drawing on a reputation for integrity, quality work, and timely performance, that had been built up during the past dozen or so years, Pull Pans, Inc., hit the ground running. Among our customers are several companies who rank among the top 100 for size among US contractors.
Our operating philosophy is to find “creative site work solutions.” In the business of construction, many people have followed traditions that, in our view, deserve a fresh look. We do not accept the notion that “it can’t be done.” Instead, we find a way to get it done. The section on projects found below provides insight into this philosophy.