All locations of SITECH MId-Atlantic will be closed on Friday, July 3rd to observe the Independence Day holiday.
Happy 4th to all!
Summer installation season has begun! Here are some beautiful blue-sky shots of a Trimble Earthworks install on a Caterpillar D8T in Greensboro, NC this past week with Carolina Cat for Vecellio & Grogan, Inc.
SITECH Mid-Atlantic is proud to announce the graduation of four young students in 2020. Despite the extraordinary circumstances of this academic year, these high-achieving scholars have not let it dampen their awesome senior year experiences.
Krista Hendrick is the daughter of Bob Hendrick in the Sales Department in Western North Carolina and Raleigh. She is a highest honors graduate of AC Reynolds High School with a 4.35 GPA and a class rank of 36 out of 296. Krista has played Varsity Softball for 4 years in high school and has been playing since age six! As a player, she been recognized for 3 years as All Conference, 2 years as All Region, and 1 year as 1st Team in All Region and All State. She also won the Coaches Award in 2019 and MVP in 2020. Krista has participated in various roles throughout high school including Health Occupations Students of America, National Honor Society, Unity Club, Special Olympics Buddy, and volunteering at Pardee Hospital and the Salvation Army. She even managed to work part-time at Food Lion! Krista plans to attend UNC-Charlotte where she plans to major in Pre-Med.
Betsy Salisbury is the daughter of Paul Salisbury in the Service Department in the Charlotte office. Betsy is a graduate of Northwest Cabarrus High School who has participated in various honor societies throughout her high school career including: Chi Alpha, Beta Club, National Technical Honor Society and the National Art Honor Society. She is active in her church, teaching Sunday School to kindergarten and first graders, and also volunteers at summer camps like Wings of Eagles Ranch and Winshape. She is also a member of the Christian Motorcyclists Association and has a passion for ministering to children with special needs. Betsy plans to attend Rowan-Cabarrus Community College this fall with plans to transfer to UNC-Charlotte to pursue degrees in Psychology and Art.
Andy Raxter is the son of Becky Huskins in the Marketing Department in Charlotte. Andy is a graduate of Olympic High School in the Exceptional Children’s Department. An avid swimmer since a young age, Andy has participated in the Mecklenburg County Special Olympics in both swimming and bocce ball competitions. He also enjoys horse riding and has been a student at RideAbility Therapeautic Riding for the past five years. As a day and overnight camper, Andy has attended the Autism Society of North Carolina’s Camp Royall in Moncure and Mecklenburg County’s Therapeautic Recreation camps for the past ten years. Andy is a huge music fan, loves to attend live concerts and his favorite band is The Beatles!
Chelsea Burns is the daughter of Tina and Tim Burns in the Accounts Department of Charlotte. Chelsea is a summa cum laude graduate of NC State University with a degree in Biological Sciences and a minor in Psychology. As an NCSU student, Chelsea was a four-year member of the NC State Marching Band as a cymbal player and a percussionist in the Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Bands. Through the University Scholars Program, she traveled to Seattle, British Columbia, the Bahamas and Paris, where she participated in the 75th Anniversary of D-Day Celebration. Chelsea plans to work at the NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine in the Laboratory Animal Resources Department, alongside her big sister, Shannon. Chelsea also has the distinction of being a SITECH MA summer employee in 2017!
The entire staff of SITECH Mid-Atlantic would like to wish a heartfelt congratulations to these students, as well as their parents, in all of their achievements. May all their future endeavors be happy, healthy and as full of promise as they are!
Like a lot of brick-and-mortar storefronts, the Charlotte location of SITECH Mid-Atlantic took advantage of the stay-at-home order to have renovations completed. New paint, flooring, and fixtures have given the Charlotte store a fresh new look that many customers have been admiring.
Before and after pictures show the transformation from “blah” to beautiful! As the flagship location of our 4 store chain, the Charlotte NC branch of SITECH Mid-Atlantic sets the pace for marketing, promotion and image branding for all products and solutions.
New space on the floor has created space for a huge product selection in accessories from vendors like Keson, Seco, Tri-Max, Rite in the Rain, GeoMax and more. Customers will continue to find the full line of products they have come to expect like grade rods and other measuring tools, tri-pods, field books and even marking supplies like chalk and spray paint.
As an award-winning dealer of Trimble technology, new artwork banners showcase the technology innovations available through the SITECH/Trimble partnership. From sales to installation to service, the SITECH Mid-Atlantic team works to bring the future of Trimble to customers today.
As a loyal dealer of Spectra Precision Lasers, the Charlotte location continues to carry the full line of rotation and pipe lasers and accessories. SITECH also carries the David White line of theodolites and the Nikon and Spectra brands of auto-levels. The official service center of SITECH Mid-Atlantic is also located in the Charlotte store with bench technicians ready for repair, questions and simple cleaning and calibrations on all instruments.
Even the new signage is clean and simple. Visit the bright and beautiful shop in Suite G at the Arrowood Executive Park in Charlotte today!
As the weather gets warm and dry, now is the time SITECH Mid-Atlantic service teams really shine! Using proper CDC guidelines for safety, technicians have been installing, repairing and training our customers to get ready for a busy summer season out on the job site.
Trimble technology installation on a AP1000F paver for Harrison APAC in Candler, NC.
Palmetto Corp uses a Trimble SPS930 with a Cat AP1055F on a South Carolina jobsite.
A state-of-the-art 3D laser system is installed on Cat machine for Hoopaugh Grading in North Carolina.
Amid concerns and precautions surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, SITECH Mid-Atlantic is proud to continue to serve the construction community of the Mid-Atlantic region. Using CDC guidelines for hand-washing and social distancing, we have developed smart and reliable ways to serve our customers.
Please call ahead to 1-800-443-7561 to make your visit or purchase with SITECH MA happen with speed, efficiency and safety. One of our team members is ready to meet you at the door of all of our locations in each state. Let us know how we can help keep your job running with quick turn-around repairs, phone consultations and efficient shipment of necessary parts and instruments.
Concerned about your machine on the site? Our service technicians, engineers and GPS specialists are following all proper protocol to keep you and your team safe while assessing and repairing your equipment. We follow the CDC Guidelines recommended for public and work spaces at all times.
Our exceptional team is prepared to get your company through these extraordinary times. As an Essential Business to the Construction Industry, the team at SITECH Mid-Atlantic understands that absolute work stoppage is not an option for some jobs and sites. Training will be assessed on a case-by-case basis and completed by remote phone and computer as much as possible. We are committed to slowing community spread of Covid-19.
Call our Charlotte headquarters at 1-800-443-7561 for sales, service and accounts. The SITECH Mid-Atlantic team is committed to supporting your company during this extraordinary time in our country.
While training classes can be scheduled any time throughout the year, is there really ever a better time than the winter season? Cold and dreary weather may slow down your job site, but it doesn’t have to stop your crews’ ability to learn and grow.
We can travel to the area and find accommodations that best suit your team. This recent training was completed at the Caterpillar training campus in Clayton, NC. With indoor classrooms, a large auditorium, and several food and beverage options, the Clayton facility is wonderfully hospitable home to learning. Our SITECH MA guys can work with large and small groups indoors and out and meet the needs your company is looking for in education for your crew.
SPS training? Help with your new TSC7? A visit on the site? If it’s in our three state region of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia our specialists and technicians can make it happen for your team! We also provide the literature, manuals, videos, and follow-up to keep the benefits going long after the training day is over.
Does one-on-one work better for you? Our GPS Specialists even take time to do solo work with crew members on platforms like Business Center and various utility and take-off programs. This approach allows ample time for questions and explanations and works particularly well for new users and operators.
To learn more about training availability, scheduling and how your team can benefit from our classes, email us today at email@example.com and start a conversation!
Can’t wait to see ALL our friends at the Southern Farm Show in a few weeks! We will have lasers, 2D equipment and our helpful staff to answer any questions you might have about our products, services and in-house repair teams. Hope to see you there!
Cap to total amount written off: ($1,000,000)
Limits to the total amount of the equipment purchased: ($2,500,000)
The deduction begins to phase out on a dollar-for-dollar basis after $2,500,000 is spent by a given business thus, the entire deduction goes away once $3,500,000 in purchases is reached.
All businesses that purchase, finance, and/or lease new or used business equipment during tax year 2019 should qualify for the Section 179 Deduction (assuming they spend less than $3,500,000). Most tangible goods used by American businesses, including “off-the-shelf” software and business-use vehicles (restrictions apply) qualify for the Section 179 Deduction.
For basic guidelines on what property is covered under the Section 179 tax code, please refer to this list of qualifying equipment provided below. Also, to qualify for the Section 179 Deduction, the equipment and/or software purchased or financed must be placed into service between January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019.