Sturgeon Bay, Wis. – Brauer Construction had piles of bed rock laying around its facility. In most cases, Brauer Construction would take the bed rock and fit it into a hole that was large enough to accommodate the size. Sometimes, when there were no holes, the company would place them in a quarry.
That was when Jason Brauer, owner of Brauer Construction, searched the internet for a machine that would help him get rid of his bed rock. Brauer has been with his excavation company for 18 years. When he did his search, he found the MB crusher bucket and purchased it to crush the bed rock.
“We didn’t crush before. We used the rock where I would see fit. We would dump the bed rock in a quarry, or bring it to a job and bury it. We would find bigger holes to fill,” Brauer said. “We were looking for a mobile machine (during our search).”