Construction equipment: Since 1978, Bay Shore Systems has specialized in drilling equipment for a wide range of drilling applications. The foundation drilling industry is an aggressive, competitive, challenging industry and Bay Shore Systems has always been on the leading edge with innovative products and technology. We provide powerful and versatile drilling equipment that enables our customers to reach difficult or limited access drilling locations, often in extremely adverse situations.
Our customers need to solve problems fast, and we are in the business of helping them make that happen. For today's construction and excavation projects and processes, it's not enough to design and manufacture products for the "average" situation. The result is a company continually researching and developing equipment and processes -- finding new ways to get things done, and ways to get new things done. We believe that by giving our customers this extra advantage, it allows them to become the most successful contractors in the industry.
We maintain professional affiliations with organizations which promote excellence and high standards for our industry. Our activity with these organizations is evidence of our commitment to the advancement of technologies and techniques to continually improve the performance of our products in the field as well as the quality of our manufacturing processes.
Association of Equipment Manufacturers
AEM membership is made up of more than 800 companies and represents 200+ product lines. AEM’s role is to provide trade association services on a global basis for companies that manufacture equipment worldwide in the following industries: Agriculture, Construction, Forestry, Mining and Utility.
Deep Foundations Institute
Deep Foundations Institute was incorporated in 1976 in the State of New Jersey as a 501(c)(6) non-profit association. DFI can best be described as being a technical association of firms and individuals in the deep foundations and related industry. The Institute membership is worldwide.
International Association of Foundation Drilling
The ADSC (Association of Drilled Shaft Contractors), founded in 1972 is a non-profit, international, professional, trade association representing the drilled shaft, anchored earth retention, micropile, and other related civil construction/design industries. Its members include specialty subcontractors, design engineers in the private and public sectors, academicians, and manufacturers and suppliers.