Tech focus, infrastructure campaign net Case Construction Equipment AEMP’s 2015 Associate of the Year award

|  March 20, 2015 |

Dan McNichol and the '49 Hudson

Author and former road builder Dan McNichol sits atop the Dire States 1949 Hudson.

 

During the Association of Equipment Management Professionals’ annual meeting in Orlando this week, the group named Case Construction Equipment its Associate of the Year.

Pat Hunt, Case Construction Equipment's Director of Strategic Accounts, accepts the Associate of the Year award.

Pat Hunt, Case Construction Equipment’s Director of Strategic Accounts, accepts the Associate of the Year award.

AEMP gives the award each year to a member company which “has significantly enhanced or promoted AEMP’s mission and vision.”

“CASE is actively involved with our membership and has placed a focus on educating equipment owners on ways to optimize equipment productivity and total cost of ownership through technology,” said AEMP president Stan Orr in a prepared statement. “That, combined with its leadership on the issue of infrastructure investment through the Dire States platform, makes CASE a valuable member of AEMP and our Associate of the Year.”

RELATED: VIDEO: How a beaten-up 1949 Hudson barely made it across the country to spread the Gospel of Infrastructure

Case launched Dire States after the American Society of Civil Engineers gave a D+ grade to U.S. infrastructure in 2013. The campaign saw author and former contractor Dan McNichol tour around the country in a rusted and beat up 1949 Hudson Commodore—a moving metaphor for the state of the country’s infrastructure.

The Dire States platform was featured in both this year’s AEMP conference keynote address and a panel discussion on infrastructure investment.

 

 

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