BigRentz has now surpassed 14,000 construction rental equipment supplier locations nationwide.
These new and existing locations make up one of the sector's largest supplier networks. The company says this further ensures that builders, technicians, developers, contractors, and others can access the necessary equipment regardless of project size, location, or complexity.
In addition to this news of the company's expansion of rental locations, BigRentz has stated it is also doubling down on its commitment to invest in and develop new technology to consolidate rental management in one easy-to-use platform.
The company's strategic outlook introduces new capabilities and features to improve the supplier experience and meet the evolving needs of the broader industry.
"We are grateful to our valued supplier partners who've helped us achieve this milestone and made BigRentz the go-to platform for construction equipment rentals," said BigRentz CEO Scott Cannon.
Founded in 2012, BigRentz has a network of more than 6,000 equipment partners throughout the U.S., ultimately giving renters access to 14,000 equipment yards through their platform.
BigRentz says that its digital platform has helped redefine the rental sector by simplifying equipment procurement/project management, providing customers access to real-time data and reporting, and making costs and budgets easy to track across multiple projects.
"We have big plans at BigRentz, and we don't plan to stop at 14,000 supplier locations. In addition to our goals of supporting our suppliers and growing our network, we're doubling down on developing and improving technology needed to not only simplify the equipment rental process but also help clients solve other complicated challenges, be those related to staffing, finances or any other problem they may face," Cannon said.
BigRentz offers an expansive range of equipment categories, including aerial platforms like scissor lifts, material handling such as forklifts, heavy and earthmoving equipment, cranes, and job site services like dumpsters, generators, and light towers.
As the industry undergoes digital transformation, the company says it is reinforcing its role in the rental arena by reshaping how construction businesses approach technology and resources.