Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24nomenal with the mid-cab design. It has great power and the hydrostatic control does a good job of getting the power it has to the ground, even through the turns.” While Komatsu makes iMC dozers in several sizes, the D61i suits SiteWORX’s needs. “It is big enough to do some more substantial work, but it is small and nimble enough to do finish work as well,” Smith said. The D61i was his first purchase from Columbus Equipment Company. “Columbus Equipment has been a good dealer. They have been very helpful in making sure we have whatever we need,” Smith said. “If we want to demo something, buy something, or need buckets or attachments, they are always there for us.” Along with Matt Smith, SiteWORX is owned by Joe Smith (no relation), a friend from Cincinnati State Tech, and Mike Smith, Matt’s father, who has spent his career in construction. Joe handles estimating and bidding, and Mike manages all the field operations. The three Smiths operate their company with a simple, customer-oriented philosophy. “We’re not looking to do one job for a customer. We want to do the next one and the one after that,” Matt said. “We want to add value to our services beyond just price. In the services we provide, we want to make their life as easy as we can during the process of development.” A common-sense approach, producing a highly-uncommon outcome. 7 “iMC allows us to present a far better finished product than we were able to before.” Matt Smith; Co-Owner and President, SiteWORX SiteWORX has built solid working partnerships with several leading Greater Cincinnati developers. The company is currently moving 150,000 cu. yds. of material developing Ambleside, a 100-acre site in Lebanon, Ohio. The first phase involves 80 homes, and up to 300 in total. “Everyone at the demo loved the D61i. It was best in class for sure, even aside from the GPS functionality.” Matt Smith; Co-Owner and President, SiteWORX