Category: Real Estate

H&E Relocates to New Facilities in Salt Lake City, UT

The new Salt Lake City operation includes two state-of-the-art buildings, built to meet the most stringent energy efficiency standards.

Effective May 21, 2018, H&E Equipment Services Inc. (H&E) announced the relocation of its Salt Lake City branch to its newly constructed facilities at 5052 West 2400 South.

The new Salt Lake City operation includes two state-of-the-art buildings, built to meet the most stringent energy efficiency standards. The first building is 31,285 square feet and specializes in aerial lifts, earthmoving, forklifts, and all other general construction equipment. The second building is 29,295 square feet and will focus on cranes. The two facilities rest on 10 acres with a fully fenced and paved yard. The combined operations include 32 service bays, with two 20-ton and two 10-ton overhead cranes in the crane shop, and four 5-ton overhead cranes in the general shop. The facilities also include sales and management offices, a fully stocked parts warehouse, capacity to repair large cranes, and most makes of industrial, construction, and compact earthmoving equipment.

The Salt Lake City operation provides full-service coverage to customers throughout central and northern Utah, southwestern Wyoming, southern Idaho, and northern Nevada. The location represents equipment from the following manufacturers: Allmand, Atlas Copco, Bomag, Club Car, Doosan, Gehl, Generac, Genie, Grove, JCB, JLG, Laymor, Lincoln, Miller, Manitowoc, Multiquip, National, Okada, Polaris, Skyjack, Taylor, Towmaster, Wacker Neuson, Yanmar, and others.

“After nearly 40 years at our old location, our entire team is excited to transition to our new facilities. The dual-building approach allows us to be more laser-focused on specific products and achieve operational efficiencies that will benefit customers tremendously,” explained Lee Anderson, H&E Salt Lake City branch manager. “Great thought went into the design and construction of our two buildings to provide an operation that is well laid out, responsive, and totally devoted to providing customers the high level of service they expect and depend on from H&E. This move helps to ensure that we are the leading provider of equipment rentals, sales, parts, and service in Salt Lake City, and throughout our territory, for many years to come.”

In addition to equipment rentals, the facility provides new and used equipment sales, in-shop and mobile service, a comprehensive parts inventory, training, and other value-added services.

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