I have been with McCourt Equipment for right at a year, and I have loved every minute of being part of this team. The entire company goes above and beyond to make their employees feel part of the family and works even harder for the customers that we serve. There is never a problem that we can’t find a solution to and everyone in all departments strive to make each customer, big or small, feel like they are the most important to us.  In the fast-paced industry that we are in, every detail matters, and everyone at McCourt proves every day that those details are extremely important to us. I’m proud of the company that I work for, and all the people that I work with.

Justin Cash

Daragh Cullen

“I started with McCourt Equipment just recently. I am impressed by the level of professionalism and expertise that the team has. The attention to detail is on another level across all departments. I am so grateful that I am a part of this team and can grow the McCourt brand in Florida !”

Darragh Cullen

Florida Area Manager

I want to take a minute and give a HUGE shout-out to the McCourt team that showed up on site today and every time we call! The level of importance in your customer satisfaction is exceptional. Thank you guys, for ALWAYS going above and beyond, you guys always show up and it’s reassuring that we have chosen the right partners and I look forward to the continued business in the future.



Atlas Organics

General Manager

A Unique Solution provided in 2017 – NTI sought a solution for relocating the material on the south segment of I-35W 3A, from 33rd Street to I-30.

“The original idea was to balance earthworks between the sub-segments; however, the timing for the phasing did not match. Having traffic cross in the middle of our work area made it impossible to haul the material in a straight path so the conveyor system overcame this challenge,” DeLapp explains. Representatives from NTI asked McCourt if it could come up with another alternative. After several meetings to learn more about the project and its parameters, McCourt proposed a conveyor system, which included a McCloskey 48-inch by 80-foot Tracked Feeder Stacker, which would feed a Superior 42-inch by 120-foot Zipline Conveyor that would be elevated over I-35W within an enclosed platform.

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North Tarrant Infrastructure

Heather DeLapp, a Spokeswoman with Ferrovial Agorman, a contractor partner with North Tarrant Infrastructure.