Boy Scouts of America Summit Bechtel Reserve
Duration: 3:39 - Views: 55813http://ventrac.com In an extraordinary place like the Summit Bechtel Reserve, in the heart of the mountains of West Virginia, an equally extraordinary piece of equipment is essential for proper and complete grounds management. With over 800 acres of kept grass, much of which is on steep hills and slopes, only Ventrac is the machine that's capable of climbing those slopes more safely than other equipment, while still delivering beautiful results.
The internationally recognized Summit Bechtel Reserve hosts a multitude of activities and programs for the Boy Scouts of America, including the National High Adventure Base. Naturally, a place like the reserve requires considerable time for upkeep. The Ventrac 4500 professionally mows the many acres of manicured lawn while proving its worth with various other tasks. Stump grinding, leaf collection, trail clearing, and more have been simplified and efficiently managed with Ventrac and its numerous attachments, saving time and money for the reserve.
Trade skills team leader, Joe Cubin, succinctly sums it all up, "When they decided to build the Summit, it was built to a level that is bar none in the industry and in doing so you need to have the equipment that will be able to maintain the high quality standards that is required by the Boy Scouts of America and the Summit Bechtel Reserve and Ventrac is an integral part of that."
Equipment Featured in this video:
HQ680 Tough Cut Mower:
HE482 Power Bucket:
HM722 Finish Mower Deck:
KC180 Stump Grinder:
HB580 Power Broom
ET200 Turbine Style Blower: