The Briar Team owns and operates an extensive and varied fleet of late-model equipment. The on-site, 12,000-square-foot maintenance facility includes eight inside bays, four covered bays, and a parts department with an extensive inventory in shelf parts and field equipment.
We focus on maintenance and safety every day. The shop and field mechanics are the best in their field and keep each piece of equipment in excellent running condition for the crews.
Maintaining our equipment fleet is an enormous task undertaken with great care and pride. By maintaining our own equipment, Briar Team has full control over schedules, parts, and quality of service. Each piece of equipment has its own preventative maintenance schedule and is thoroughly documented. When a piece of Briar equipment is sold, the maintenance documentation on services and parts repair/replacement becomes a component of the selling package.
Each operator is required to review a checklist prior to driving or operating a piece of equipment. This thorough system assures us that our team members will be operating equipment that is monitored and maintained for optimal performance and safety.
At the project sites, team members can be confident that if necessary, one of our many field mechanics is on call for fueling and any necessary repairs should they need assistance. Downtime is almost non-existent when you have well-maintained equipment, trained operators, and skilled mechanics.