Page 1




A Supplement to:



201 16 9



1 3




95 3

2 2 7





89 4












95 2

93 90



January 30 2013

95 91


495 6 195


95 91


84 6



















Vol. XlIX • No. 3

“The Nation’s Best Read Construction Newspaper… Founded in 1957.” Your New England States Connection •  Kent Hogeboom 1-800-988-1203

2013 EZ Screen 1200XL

WE STOCK RUBBER TRACKS for Over 2,500 Models! Some Used Tracks Available.

New Option Separate 3 Products



6’x5’ Screenbox Works with 1/2 to 1 3/4 Yd. Loaders, 25 H.P. Kohler Diesel Engine, 24” Conveyor Dumps Screened Product 9’ High

$39,500 plus freight. Other Screeners Available



Kraft Power Corporation Perkins Master Service Dealer NJ, MA & NY Engines, Parts & Service


Auctioneering & Liquidation

ITL Auctioneering Justin Lyerla (508) 824-3262

WANTED Kraft Power Corporation


Engines, Parts & Service

800-969-6121 Woburn, MA & Syracuse, NY

Authorized Deutz Distributor

Call Lou Giza



A O Construction’s Pres. Learns Trade, Builds Business to Help Out His Mom By Jay Adams CEG CORRESPONDENT

CALL 888-81-GORILLA (46745)

A O Construction did the demolition and site work for the new pool at Abbot Run Valley Swim Club.


There are self-taught contractors and then, there is Alan Ouellette. Most diggers learn from the ground up. They find the earth itself — with its slabs, rock formations, pitfalls, mineral deposits and undetermined foundations — to be the ultimate test. But about 20 years ago, Ouellette, president of A O Construction Inc. Attleboro, Mass., studied for the state tests that established the parameters of the industry before digging his first holes. Helping Out Mom In 1993, Ouellette taught himself a new trade when his Mom needed a favor. “I was never in the excavation business but my mom needed a septic system and I wanted a new direction in life,” said Ouellette. “I said ‘let me research this.’ and I called the

Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM). and asked them for study materials. I studied and took the test to be a septic installer. “I bought my first backhoe — a 1979 John Deere 410. I taught myself how to operate it by clearing the back lot at my mom’s house. I took drafting way back in high school, so after learning how to design a system by reading the RIDEM rules and regulations, I designed and installed my first system and got a successful inspection. I’ve been installing systems and doing site work and expanding ever since.” Two years later, in 1995, Ouellette founded A O Construction in Pawtucket, R.I., before moving operations to newer, bigger headquarters in Attleboro, Mass. A O Construction specializes in excavation, site work, septic systems, demolition, ledge removal, utility installation, curbing, etc., for the commercial and residential markets. see OuEllETTE page 4

Page 2 • January 30, 2013 • • New England States Supplement • Construction Equipment Guide

THE W.I. CLARK COMPANY Brookfield, CT • Wallingford, CT • Plainfield, CT Call Mark Doty @ 203-823-2316 2006 Deere 544J

2008 Deere 524K c/air, hi lift, hi- vis hyd coupler w/2.75 yd bucket, radials

stk# 20889 ........................$110,500

1999 Deere 410E c/heat, ext hoe, 50% rubber, Wain Roy swinger coupler, 24” bucket


1988 Deere 570B

A/C, RC, 3rd valve hyds, JRB hyd cplr and 3 yd bucket

c/heat, 12’ blade, front scarifier, 80% rubber, 833 original hours

Deere powered, 90% rubber, 3 to choose from

stk# 21348 ........................$127,500

stk# 21413 ..........................$65,000

Starting at 6,000

1998 Deere 410E

2007 Deere 50D

2005 Hitachi ZX225USLC

ROPS, 890 hours, hydraulic thumb

c/heat, 4x4, std hoe, 2000 original hours

c/air, hydraulic coupler, 2090 original hours, fully serviced and ready for work

stk# 21450 ............................$38,500

stk# 21372 ..........................$47,500

stk# 20936 ..........................$42,500

stk# 21153 ........................$108,500

2003 New Holland LS180

New Holland L190

2006 Deere 450JLGP

2009 Carlson CP-90

c/heat, gp bucket, 80% rubber, great snow machine

stk# 21417 ............................$22,000

OROPS, hi-flow, 2 spd travel, new rubber and bucket, serviced and ready to go

c/air, 2400 hrs, 115” blade, very good condition

Cat engine, 8-15’ electric screed, 416 demo hours, excellent condition

stk#21404 ............................$26,000

stk# 20503 ..........................$51,500

stk# 20713 ........................$124,500

WHEEL LOADERS 1990 CAT IT28B, C/HEAT, 3RD VALVE HYDS, HYD COUPLER, 2.5 YD BKT, 10,600 HRS ONE OWNER MACHINE, STK# 21338 .............. ..............................................................................................$35,000


2011 DEERE 244J, C/AIR, R/C 3 VALVE HYDS, 1 YD BUCKET WITH HYD CPLR, EXCELLENT CONDITION, STK# 22179 ..............$72,500


2005 HITACHI ZX225LC, C/AIR, HYDRAULIC COUPLER, EXCELLENT CONDITION, 2090 HRS, STK# 21153........................$108,500

BLADE, 24” PADS, LOW HOURS, STK# 21428 ....................$66,500 2008 DEERE 344J, A/C, RC, 3RD VALVE HYDS, HYD COUPLER, 920 HRS, STK#20274 ..................................................................$98,500 DOZER – CRAWLER 1984 DEERE 450D, 6 WAY BLADE, GOOD CONDITION, STK# 21370 ..............................................................................................$13,500 2005 DEERE 750J, S/N TO750JX110563, C/AIR, PAT BLADE, RECENT SERVICE, CLEAN MACHINE, STK# 19345 ............$131,500 2007 DEERE 1050J, A/C, 24" PADS, 159" SEMI-U BLADE, MS RIPPER, NEW PAINT, STK#20688 ............................................$315,000

MOTOR GRADER 1988 DEERE 570B, C/HEAT, 12’ BLADE, FRONT SCARIFIER, 80% REAR RUBBER, 833 ORIGINAL HOURS, FULLY SERVICED, STK# 21413 ....................................................................................$65,000 COMPRESSORS IR P185WJD, DEERE POWERED, 90% RUBBER, 3 TO CHOOSE FROM ..............................................................STARTING AT $6,000

See Our Complete Inventory at

Construction Equipment Guide • New England States Supplement • • January 30, 2013 • Page 3



251 Shaker Road, East Meadow, MA 01028 Direct: 413-525-6351 Toll Free: 800-292-6351 Parts Direct: 877-255-6351

1980 Berlin Turnpike, Berlin, CT 06037 Berlin, CT 060 Direct: 860-356-0840 860-356-0840 Toll Free: 800-352-4473860-356-0840 86 T 800-352-4473 T Parts Direct: 860-356-0848 T 800-352-447 T 80 P P

P P 860-356-0848 86

2005 VOLVO EC240B LC, Stk #: 12231, S/N: 11777, 3900 Hrs, This unit is in our East Longmeadow office. Call 1-800-352-4473 ........................$97,500

2002 VOLVO EC35, S/N: 28314849, 3475 Hrs, 2002 VOLVO MINI-EXCAVATOR, Call 1-800-352-4473 for more information! ......................................$25,000

2010 VOLVO HB1100, Hyd. 2300 ft/lb hammer, w/S6 Manufacturer Plate, New Hoses Chisel Point. 6 Month Mgf. Warranty ..............................$33,500

1995 AKERMAN EW200, 39”1, 1 Cu Yd Q/F Bkt, Stone Protection Rings, 10.00-20 14PR Kuhmo Dual Tires, 8’2” Dozer Bld, 15’3” Boom, 9’2” Dipper Arm, BKT/Grapple Rotator Hyds - Hammer Hyd Hyd Q/F Device Cntrwgt, (5842 Lbs), #8260, 24,370 Hrs ..................................................$25,000

2007 INGERSOLL RAND DD90HF, Stk #: 8333, $ 1200 Hrs, 66” Drums, Cummins Diesel Eng.,. Work . $ Lights, ROPS Lights and Strobe ................$57,000

2006 VOLVO EC460B LC, S/N: 80090, 7420 Hrs, READY TOetc. WORK! . . . . $Parts; Track Chains, Sprockets, Many. New $ READY TO WORK! ....................................$156,000



2007 METSO ST352, S/N: R2251308, Only 43 Hrs, Comes w/2” & 3/3”x4” Screens, Casting Plate ............................................................................$125,000 for QUICK Sale

1981 LULL 644, S/N: 644TT34P479N, 2737 Hrs ..................................................$7,000

CHIPPERS 1990 OLATHE 986, #11957, 2309 Hrs, 12” Brush Chipper has Ford Diesel Engine and all the Parts and Service Manuals, Call Tom Tyler, VP at 203-509-0967 ......Only $6,000

EXCAVATORS 2005 SENNEBOGEN 850M, S/N: 850.0.149, 0 Hrs on Brand New Boom! ........$295,000

Volvo Construction Equipment

SKID STEERS 2004 BOBCAT T300, S/N: 525412886, 2005 Hrs ................................................$22,000

ATTACHMENTS 2008 MSD250R Shear, S/N: 626034, Full Rebuilt by Genesis in 2012, 0 Cycles, Bracket Fits Most Brands w/a Bushing & Pin Kit, FOB Superior, WI ..............................$136,500

Page 4 • January 30, 2013 • • New England States Supplement • Construction Equipment Guide

Father, Son Work Side-by-Side in Three-Person Operation OUELLETTE from page 1

The company team is comprised of operators with more than 30 years of combined experience. Capable of running the more than 300 tons of available equipment, Ouellette’s crew demonstrates an expertise that will ensure your job is completed in a timely and professional manner. “The diversity of our equipment enables us to take on virtually any project — from simple grading to breaking up mountains of ledge,” said Ouellette. “Our equipment is well maintained by our in-house mechanical team.” The company’s past projects have Alan Ouellette’s son Michael has become a huge been both commercial and residential. part of the family business in recent years, but A O Construction specializes in excavation, site work, septic systems, demoli“We have worked extensively on was always happy to lend a hand, as in this pic- tion, ledge removal, utility installation, curbing, etc., for the commercial and residential markets. site development for commercial proj- ture when he was 10-years-old using a backhoe. ects, including foundations, water, sewer and drainage. Our residential work includes creating father is now the proud teacher of the next generation to at 23, he’s had his CDL license and Massachusetts and Rhode Island hydraulics licenses for years,” he added, conlarge subdivisions and working with homeowners on small- come aboard — son Michael. “We put out a tremendous amount of work for only three firming that the next man in the Ouellette family is as much er projects,” he added. “We also can design and install your septic system from start to finish in Rhode Island or Mass.” people,” said Ouellette. “We’re a small company, but my son of a go-getter as his father was while still a teen. Besides complete excavation, site and septic work, A O A O Construction Co. also is a licensed Orenco Advantex Mike, a chip off the old block, has become a big part of the business. He dug his first trench for me when he was eight has added some new wrinkles to their services. Bottomless sand filter installer. years old. Others have come and gone over the years. I’d be “We recently added a chipper for when trees are in the lost without my son. way. It saves time and money to keep this in-house. We still The Son Also Rises “This business will be his when I retire. He’s now 23 and, sub out large tree jobs. This is just for convenience on certain A small firm, with only three employees, the self-taught jobs. We also added a gravel screener,” said Ouellette. A O consistently gets jobs in two states, as some of its Construction Equipment Guide Northeast recently-finished job projects confirm: For advertising rates: Contact Edwin M. McKeon Jr. Edition (ISSN 1081-7034) is published • Completed site work for the Russell’s Mills Fire Station bi-weekly by Construction Equipment Guide 215/885-2900 in Dartmouth, Mass., for Coletta Contracting. Ltd. Advertising and Editorial Offices are Founder, Publisher & CEO Edwin M. McKeon Sr. located at 470 Maryland Dr., Toll Free 800/523-2200 • Completed site work for the Bigelow Day Care converNortheast Publisher Edwin M. McKeon Jr. Ft. Washington, PA 19034. Toll Free sion in Somerville, Mass. Fax 215/885-2910 Editor In Chief Craig Mongeau 800/523-2200 or Fax 215/885-2910. • Completed site work for the John Quincy Medical Annual Subscription Rate $65.00. Call for Associate Editor Christine Reckner e-mail Canadian and foreign rates. Center in Taunton, Mass., for Nadeau Corporation. Editorial Consultant Pete Sigmund Periodicals postage paid at Ft. Washington, • Completed site work for the Wickford Package Store in Production Mgr. John Pinkerton PA and at additional mailing offices. Controller Tom Weinmann Wickford, R.I., for Cobalt Construction. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Contact Kent Hogeboom Circulation Mgr. Rolf Krog • Completed site work for the addition to Attleboro Construction Equipment Guide Northeast Asst. Circulation Mgr. Cathy Printz •New York •New England Edition, 470 Maryland Dr, Ft. Washington, Enterprises in North Attleboro, Mass., for Nadeau PA 19034. Corporation. 315/823-7668 Main office 470 Maryland Drive Contents Copyrighted ©2013, by • Completed demolition and site work for the new pool at Toll Free 800/988-1203 Construction Equipment Guide, which is a Fort Washington, PA 19034 Abbot Run Valley Swim Club. Registered Trademark, registered in the U.S. Fax 315/823-4136 • Completed site work for Phase 1 (last year) and Phase 2 Patent Office. Registration number 215/885-2900 0957323. All rights reserved, nothing may e-mail (this year) on the Rustoleum building in Attleboro, Mass., to Toll Free 800/523-2200 be reprinted or reproduced(including upgrade the industrial production rooms for Nadeau framing) in whole or part without written Fax 215/885-2910 Corporation. permission from the publisher. All editorial material, photographs, drawings, letters, • Completed exterior site work for the Salvation Army Web site and other material will be treated as building in Woonsocket, R.I., in order to bring in a new fire unconditionally assigned for publication Editorial e-mail line to upgrade the building to install a sprinkler system for and copyright purposes and are subject to Advertising e-mail Construction Equipment Guide's unrestricted Cobalt Construction. right to edit and comment editorially. • Completed site work to upgrade the electrical service at Contributor articles do not necessarily reflect the Honeywell building in Woonsocket, R.I., for Cobalt the policy or opinions of this publication. Construction. Call or write for advertising rates, publica• Numerous residential jobs in between all these commertion schedule and media kit. The Construction Equipment Guide is not responcial projects, such as septic systems, foundations, water lines, sible for clerical or printer's errors, every etc. care is taken to avoid mistakes.


Photographs of equipment used in advertisements are not necessarily actual photographs of the specific machine. Similar photographs are used occasionally and every effort is taken to depict the actual equipment advertised. The right is reserved to reject any advertising.

Bottles and Rustoleum Being so small, A O Construction has a terrific safety record. “Safety is very important. We try to always recognize see OUELLETTE page 14

Construction Equipment Guide • New England States Supplement • • January 30, 2013 • Page 5


Company Company A

Serving Servin ng All Of New England As authorized Terex® From Five Locations!

ACompany A A

Company Company Company

Your Y our partner parttner t ffor portable porrtable t bl Finlay Distributors... crushing and screening!

Jaw, IImpact mpact & C Cone one C Crushers rushers hers

2 & 3 Deck I nclined & Horizontal Screens

Heavy Duty Screens

Sales, Rentals, Parts and an nd Service Serrvice

Complete Modular Washing Systems

Chadwick-BaRoss has formed a team of specialists to provide sales and service to its screening and crushing customers throughout the six-state territory. For more information contact:

Bangor, ME 800-698-4838

Caribou, ME 800-270-2547

Chelmsford MA 800-804-0775

Concord, NH 800-477-4063 Or follow follow us:

Visit Our NEW Website

w w

Westbrook, ME 800-262-5714

Page 6 • January 30, 2013 • • New England States Supplement • Construction Equipment Guide



Chadwick-BaRoss, Inc. 15 Katrina Road • Chelmsford, Massachusetts (800) 804-0775 • (978) 256-9571 Fax: (978) 256-8802 •

Centuries-Old Buried Live Oak Put to Use in Athol, Mass. By George Barnes TELEGRAM & GAZETTE

ATHOL, Mass. (AP) If wood could talk, the old beams in Thomas Mann’s lumber yard would sound like a chatty ship’s bosun. They are gnarly, tough and interesting. “They are nearly bulletproof,” Mann said. Mann, owner of Mann Lumber Co., has a big pile of dark-colored beams in his yard that are unlike other salvaged materials he has collected for resale. First of all, these beams are not his. They belong to Partners HealthCare, the parent company of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. The beams are special in part because they are probably at least 300 years old and were buried in the former Charlestown Naval Yard before the Civil War, possibly to preserve them for use in repairing sailing vessels. They were discovered when the company started construction on a new Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital on one of the parcels at the former naval yard. Mann has had the timbers for two years, waiting for Partners HealthCare to decide what to do with them. “When they went to build a new waterfront hospital, they discovered lots and lots of them buried in the former naval yard,” he said. Once the company figured out that the large logs were for building and repairing old

sailing vessels, the company gave three-quarters of them to Mystic Seaport: The Museum of America and the Sea, which is in the middle of restoring the world’s last surviving wooden whaling vessel, the Charles W. Morgan. The vessel is undergoing a $10 million restoration. The timbers, which are in remarkably good condition, considering they have been buried since the mid-1800s, are the same type of wood used to build the Morgan in 1841. “The hospital kept 25 percent of the wood so it could be put to some reuse,” Mann said. Finding the eventual reuse involved two years of the hospital building project’s architects accepting and rejecting designs that would not work in some way with the overall design or would be a problem to create out of the wood. Mann said the wood is live oak, an evergreen oak found in the south. For wooden ships the wood was much sought after, because the unusual grain makes the wood extremely hard. “It also grows curved, which makes it good for ship building,” Mann said. The wood was a bonanza for the ship museum, which had taken to reclaiming live oaks that had fallen for some reason, including many trees that were blown down by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Mann’s yard is filled with wood and other building materials he has purchased that he

will either rework and sell or resell outright, including a 40-ft. (12 m) beam from an old mill in Merrimac he said may be close to 400 years old. He does not own the Charlestown Naval Yard wood. “I am only its steward for a while,” he said, although the wood has been in his yard on Petersham Road in Athol for two years. Mann came into possession of the wood after he bought a new sawmill. Another sawmill owner had the responsibility of using the old wood, but he was retiring. After an extensive vetting process, Mann said it was decided he had the knowledge and equipment to properly work with the wood. His family has been in the wood business for three generations. When the wood was discovered, Mann said, the owners immediately grasped the importance of what they found. He said the live oak beams are pieces of seafaring history. When ships were built, he said shipyards often kept duplicate pieces of wood to repair any damage. The pieces of wood are all numbered as if they were part of an inventory the Navy was keeping before the era of wooden ships ended. Partners HealthCare chose not to just sell it off, giving about 140 pieces to Mystic and keeping the rest to do something to honor the wood and its history. “They knew they had to do something with it,” he said.

The ideas included making furniture for offices for the hospital, or installing it in some way into the design of the building. For two years, designs were put forward that were just not what the hospital wanted. “They kept trying to come up with designs instead of letting the wood decide what it wants to have done,” Mann said. On the last day of the year, they contacted him and told him they had a plan for some of the wood. Within days he was working on his first commission, to make a two-piece bench that will be installed in a public area between the hospital and the waterfront. The piece he is working on first is a few feet thick with a beautiful curve to it. He has been working to dry it out and smooth it off enough so it will be comfortable for public use. He said it will not be sanded down much because the owners want the character of the wood to be retained as much as possible. The second piece of the bench is on a flatbed truck. Mann said he plans to load it into his wood shop and work on it side-by-side with the other piece. The bench will be substantial. A second single-piece bench also is being made. The rest of the wood, a few dozen large pieces, including one that is about 31 sq. in. (200 sq cm), are still being looked at by the architects. And eventually, Mann said the wood will let them know what it should become.

Construction Equipment Guide • New England States Supplement • • January 30, 2013 • Page 7

The N.i.c.e. Company Northeast International Construction Equipment Co., Inc.

Maximum Output

“Your Newest Source for Quality Equipment”

I Buy Machines 2008 Komatsu D51, EROPS, Very Nice! Only $99,000

2008 Volvo ECR88, QC, Tilting Bucket, Rotating Grapple, 2600 Hrs $59,000

2008 JD160D, QC, Hyd Thumb, 2600 Hrs, REDUCED $99,000

2006 Cat 930G, 3300 Hrs, QC Nice! $89,000

2006 Terex TXC300-2, Long Reach, 3300 Hrs $99,000

2001 Cat D5C Hystat, 2600 Hrs, Clean Machine $29,000

2003 Ford F750, Auto, 26K GVW, 50K Cat $29,000

2008 Doosan DL200 Loader, Only 1000 Hrs! Only $79,000!

1999 Cat 950G, Runs Good, Command Control, 16K Hrs $49,000

Cat 420DIT, Very Nice Machine! $38,500 Also in Stock: 420E & 420EIT

Now Off 495 in Franklin!!! 76 Grove St., Franklin, MA

508-966-4888 508-966-4887

Call Bryn Smith at:



See all of my machines at

A tthe At he lowest low we t west ccost ost p per er ton! Clean Chips. Microchips. Biomasss. Land Clearing. For 30 yearss, Petterrson on chippers havve led tthe ZD\³ \³ÀQGRXWPRUHDW www ww ww.p pettersoncorp.ccom y q p 30 Birch Island Road, Webster, MA PH: 508.949.0005 800-269-6520 • • PO BOX 40490 • Eugene, OR 97404

Page 8 • January 30, 2013 • • New England States Supplement • Construction Equipment Guide

Hillsborough • Rockingham • Cheshire • Merrimack • Coos • Grafton • Sullivan • Carroll • New •Strafford Hampshire... Belknap • Hillsborough • Rockingham • Cheshire • Merrimack • Coos • Grafton • Sullivan • Carroll • Belknap •Strafford • Hillsborough • Rockingham • Cheshire • Merrimack • Coos • Grafton • Sullivan • Carroll • Belknap •Strafford • Hillsborough • Rockingham • Cheshire • Merrimack • Coos • Grafton • Sullivan • Carroll • Belknap •Strafford •

‘Granite State’ Highway Projects Let

The New Hampshire State Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: Grafton Project: Campton-Thornton-Waterville Valley XA002(378), 22732. Scope of Work: Pavement rehabilitation. Location: N.H. Route 49 in Campton and on Tripoli Road in Waterville Valley. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Continental Paving Inc. — $890,856 • Pike Industries Inc. — $908,471 Scheduled Completion Date: Aug. 2, 2013 Counties: Belknap and Carroll Project: Statewide X-A001(284), 16416. Scope of Work: Sign upgrading. Location: N/A. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • American Flagging and Traffic Control Inc. — $232,499 • CPM Constructors — $271,242 • Liddell Brothers Inc. — $311,842 • Roadsafe Traffic Systems Inc. — $323,442 • Nelson Communications Services Inc. — $330,108 Scheduled Completion Date: Aug. 23, 2013 Counties: Grafton and Caledonia Project: Littleton, NH-Waterford, VT A001(041), 15926 & A001(217), 16195. Scope of Work: Bridge rehabilitation. Location: I-93 northbound and southbound over the Connecticut River. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Reed & Reed Inc. — $8,189,764 • SPS New England Inc. — $8,369,832 • Northern Construction Service LLC — $8,975,912 • Beck & Bellucci Inc. — $8,981,079 • E.D. Swett Inc. — $8,998,825 • CPM Constructors — $9,161,725 • J.P. Sicard Inc. — $9,646,277 • R.M. Piper Inc. — $10,473,840 • Winterset Inc. — $11,401,366 • MIG Corporation Inc. — $11,968,160 Scheduled Completion Date: Oct. 31, 2014 County: Cheshire Project: Keene X-A002(308), 22293. Scope of Work: Bridge rehabilitation. Location: N.H. Route 12/NH Route 101 over the Ashuelot River. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Evroks Corporation — $662,198 • Cold River Bridges LLC — $682,507 • New England Infrastructure Inc. — $722,684 • SPS New England Inc. — $734,678 • Miller Construction Inc. — $738,463 • Tbuck Construction Inc. — $920,333 Scheduled Completion Date: Oct. 4, 2013

County: Rockingham Project: Portsmouth X-A000(994), 13455A. Scope of Work: Roadway improvements. Location: U.S. Route 1 Bypass and U.S. Route 1 intersection in Portsmouth. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Weaver Brothers Construction Company Inc. — $4,317,581 • Severino Trucking Company Inc. — $4,320,889 • Northeast Earth Mechanics — $5,489,986 Scheduled Completion Date: Aug. 22, 2014 County: Belknap Project: Sanbornton X-A002(666), 14899C. Scope of Work: Septic tank replacement. Location: NHDOT rest area (I-93) in Sanbornton. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Connies Septic Service Inc. d/b/a CSSI — $117,000 • R.D. Edmunds & Sons Inc.— $117,260 • M.E. Latulippe Construction Inc. — $118,800 • James S. Piscopo GC Inc. — $126,200 • Northeast Earth Mechanics Inc. — $133,800 • George E. Merrill & Son Inc. — $140,200 • Greene & Russell Inc. — $159,000 • Tbuck Construction Inc. — $161,000 Scheduled Completion Date: May 17, 2013 County: Carroll Project: Statewide X-A001(215), 16258. Scope of Work: Guardrail replacement. Location: Various locations. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Declucca Fence Company Inc. — $927,875 • CWS Fence & Guardrail — $1,186,520 Scheduled Completion Date: July 26, 2013

ARTBA Honors UMass Professor With R&D Award John Collura, professor of civil engineering and director at the University of Massachusetts Transportation Center in Amherst, was awarded the American Road & Transportation Builders Association’s (ARTBA) prestigious “S.S. Steinberg Award” Jan. 14 during the association’s annual Research & Education Division (RED) meeting in Washington, D.C. Named after the founding president of the ARTBA’s RED, the award recognizes individuals who make remarkable contributions to transportation education. Collura has established himself as a leader in the transportation profession by integrating research and technology transfer practices into teaching. Serving more than 36 years in the industry, he has been heralded as a top notch educator and mentor; spurring the development of the next generation of researchers and practitioners. Collura has played a pivotal role on workforce development issues and in identifying strategies to promote transportation as a career path. He served as co-chair for the “National Transportation Workforce Summit” held in the Nation’s Capital last April, is spearheading the Council of University Transportation Centers Workforce Development Taskforce, and chairs ITS America Forum on Research, Integration, Training, and Education. Collura also is a member of the Transportation Research Board Executive Board, the Committee on Education and Training, and a volunteer leader for the ARTBA RED.

County: Varies Project: Statewide X-A002(712), 23661. Scope of Work: Sign replacement. Location: N/A. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Liddell Brothers Inc. — $548,868 • Roadsafe Traffic Systems Inc. — $598,432 • Visi-Flash Rentals Eastern Inc. — $697,525 Scheduled Completion Date: Aug. 23, 2013 County: Grafton Project: Wentworth-Rumney X-A001(194), 16221 and Wentworth X-A001(030), 15908. Scope of Work: Roadway and bridge rehabilitation. Location: N.H. 25 and N.H. 118. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Weaver Brothers Construction Company Inc. — $7,154,845 • Pike Industries Inc. — $7,287,089 • Beck & Bellucci Inc. — $7,476,076 • E.D. Swett Inc. — $7,508,747 • Continental Paving Inc. — $7,614,467 • R.M. Piper Inc. — $7,873,301 • R.S. Audley Inc. — $7,990,750 • SPS New England Inc. — $8,385,854 Scheduled Completion Date: June 20, 2014

Take time to

be a dad today.

Call 877-4DAD411 or visit

Construction Equipment Guide • New England States Supplement • • January 30, 2013 • Page 9

Where can you go to get high performance boom-mounted attachments?

Allied Construction Products, LLC For over 70 years, we’ ve developed many attachments that are legendary in the construction and demolition industries that demand high performance. Names like Ho-Ram, Hy-Ram®, Rammer®, Ho-Pac® and Pedestal Breaker System™are names that equal: • Simple, proven design (Our attachments have high resale or trade-in value) • Reliable performance (If you purchased an Allied attachment, you’ re probably still using it) • Superior productivity (Compare AEM– formerly CIMA– ratings, our attachments get the job done faster) And, now Allied adds to that great family background with the Rammer®, AR Series™and all-new Hy-Ram® hammers. Allied’ s attachments don’ t take a back seat to any competitor. In particular, our Rammer® product features a long-stroke design, all oil operation and ProControl. All of our high performance boom-mounted attachments are supported by the most respected parts and service organization in North America. Customer satisfaction is job one at Allied. Great products supported by people who know the industry and its customers. To put a high performance Allied attachment on your machine, call 1-800-321-1046 for the name of the Allied Distributor nearest you. We’ ve become attached to your machines.

Tyler Equipment Corporation MAIN OFFICE:


251 Shaker Road East Longmeadow, MA 01028 1-800-292-6351

1980 Berlin Turnpike Berlin, CT 06037 1-800-352-4473 3900 Kelley Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114 Tel: 216-431-2600 Fax: 216-431-2601 e-mail: website: HEAVY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT


Crushing and Screening Plants as well as Keestrack/OM parts in stock.

Hydraulic Hammers for All Your Demolition Needs. Besides eco-friendly silenced design, which is to fit international standard to be used in environmentally noise sensitive area, Ramfos TF series hydraulic hammers boast unbeatable performance. 550 ft lbs - 15,000 ft lbs available

• Pile Drivers • 360˚ free rotation & 90˚ tilting rotation of jaw clamp • Tilting structure can easily be attached and detached

61 Silva Lane Dracut, MA 01826 (978) 454-3320 Fax: (978) 454-3325

Buy Proven High Quality Construction Equipment from one of the World’s Leading Manufacturers and Save $$$$ from Competitor’s Brands.

Perfect where there is limited space. Yanmar introduced the first Swing boom excavator, First Rubber tracked excavator and First Zero Tail Swing excavator.

Page 10 • January 30, 2013 • • New England States Supplement • Construction Equipment Guide

A.T. Equipment, Inc.

Historic Building Prepped for New Life


(508) 865-0400 Sales and Rentals

(508) 523-8852

• Heavy equipment rental and sales • Hydraulic hammer rental and sales 100 ft lb to 20,000 ft lb • Complete hydraulic hammer rebuilds (all makes) • Authorized Yanmar Mini Excavators and construction equipment dealer

Pictured above is the NEW 20,000 ft. lb. hammer available for purchase today!!


81 Worcester Providence Turnpike, Sutton, MA 01590

Hydraulic Cranes 6-365 Ton

By Stanley Hurwitz SPECIAL TO CEG He sounds like a relative talking about preserving a family heirloom. That’s how Tom Bigelow describes Bigelow & Fleming’s involvement in the restoration of the iconic StandardTimes Building, erected in 1894 in downtown New Bedford, Mass. “We’re really proud and excited to be part of the team on this unique project,” he said. Bigelow is a founding principal of the company. Bigelow & Fleming based in Easton, Mass., and celebrating its 10th anniversary, expects to hand over the shell to the owner/developer around the end of January — on time and on budget. He said B & F was chosen by property owner The Columbus Group of Boston for the initial $2.5 million preparation phase of the historic renovation based on his firm’s track record. B & F has managed construction projects for such blue-ribbon clients as Gillette, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Babson College and Brandeis University, to name a few. “In addition to new construction, we’ve built a reputation for breathing new life into old buildings,” Bigelow said. The property, at 555 Pleasant St.,

opposite the public library, has been vacant since the Standard-Times newspaper moved to modern offices in 1995. The structure, designed by architects Peabody and Stearns, is in the Central New Bedford Historic District. Joining Bigelow & Fleming on the renovation team are historic preservation consultants MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC of Washington, D.C., who have been working with the National Park Service to ensure fulfillment of federal tax credit requirements, and the Boston firm of Steffian Bradley Architects who designed the renovation. “Our team’s assignment in the $6 million adaptive reuse project was to gut the five-story, 34,000 square-foot building to prepare it for build-outs that will ultimately house offices on floors 2 to 5 and a restaurant on the street level,” said Bigelow. Among his key team members are Project Manager and Licensed Structural Engineer Mike Farrer, and Project Supervisor, John Arruda. Local trades people have been employed for the work. “Removing everything down to the bricks and beams in a 19th century structure — without affecting the shell — takes a highly skilled team,” said Bigelow. “We’re right on schedule, preparing to turn over the shell to the

owner in early 2013.” The work included several complex components: • Installation of a new elevator in the old air shaft • Allow access and emergency egress for residents of the adjacent condos throughout this entire initial construction phase (occupied space renovation is a B & F specialty) • Installation of new energy-efficient windows had to meet requirements of the Historical Commission • Installation of new mechanical systems (HVAC, electrical, plumbing and bathrooms) on every floor Bigelow & Fleming’s renovation and ground-up construction work is primarily in southern New England and falls into these categories: biotechnology, education, corporate, healthcare and specialty construction. “We’re excited about the critical part we’re playing to bring back the old Standard-Times Building and restore new life to this part of downtown New Bedford,” said Bigelow. “Our watchword is close collaboration, teamwork and communication. That combination brings our projects together seamlessly and without surprises.” For more information, call 617/2246990 or visit

Bijur Automatic Lubrication Systems VEI Wheel Loader Scales West Springfield, MA 01089-3850 (413) 788-LUBE

Daily & Hourly Services

Fully Insured 200 Codman Hill Rd., Boxborough, MA 01719 978-429-8666

Lubrication Engineers High Performance Lubricants Professional Lubrication Management

Place Your Business Card for... 3 months 6 months 12 months

$300* $585* $1040*

only $50 an issue only $45 an issue only $40 an issue

Call now to reserve your space! 800-225-8448 * pre-payment required

Construction Equipment Guide • New England States Supplement • • January 30, 2013 • Page 11

Essex • Bristol • Franklin • Plymouth • Worcester • Middlesex • Norfolk • Dukes • Barnstable Massachusetts... • Suffolk • Hampshire • Chilmark • Amherst • Monterey • Nantucket • Hampden • North Adams • Essex • Bristol • Franklin • Plymouth • Worcester • Middlesex • Norfolk • Dukes • Barnstable • Suffolk • Hampshire • Chilmark • Amherst • West • Monterey • Nantucket • Hampden • North Adams • Essex • Bristol • Franklin • Plymouth • Worcester • Middlesex •

‘Bay State’ Highway Projects Let

MassHighway received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. Location: District 4 Document Number: 606587 Project: Fabrication and installation of overhead and ground-mounted guide signs at various locations. Low Bidder: Liddell Brothers Inc. Bid Amount: $701,361 Completion Date: June 22, 2014 Location: District 3 Document Number: 606676 Project: Resurfacing and related work at various locations. Low Bidder: D & R General Contracting Inc. Bid Amount: $1,929,287 Completion Date: Jan. 7, 2014 Location: Belchertown Document Number: 605556 Project: Intersection improvements and related work (including traffic signals) Main Street (Route 181) at Maple (Route 202) and Jabish Streets (FAP# STP002S(397)X ). Low Bidder: UEL Contractors Inc. Bid Amount: $637,526 Completion Date: April 13, 2013 Location: District 2 Document Number: 606612 Project: Scheduled and emergency traffic management at various locations. Low Bidder: Liddell Brothers Inc. Bid Amount: $578,700 Completion Date: June 22, 2014 Location: Yarmouth Document Number: 605243 Project: Intersection improvements and related work (including traffic signals) at Old Town House and Forest Roads (FAP# HSI-002S(140)X). Low Bidder: P.V. Barone Corporation Bid Amount: $946,440 Completion Date: Oct. 10, 2013 Location: District 3 Document Number: 606672 Project: Drainage structure and pipe cleaning at various locations. Low Bidder: Gillis Brothers Inc. Bid Amount: $555,531 Completion Date: June 29, 2014 Location: Concord to Littleton Document Number: 604472 Project: Resurfacing and related work on a section of Route 2 (FAP#s NH-002S(379) & STP-002S(379)). Low Bidder: Brox Industries Inc. Bid Amount: $5,665,092 Completion Date: April 11, 2014 Location: Haverhill Document Number: 605598 Project: Resurfacing and related work (including ITS sys-

tem installation) on a section of Interstate 495 and Route 125 connector (FAP#s IM-495-6(160) & HSIP-4956(160)). Low Bidder: Brox Industries Inc. Bid Amount: $17,118,894 Completion Date: Aug. 14, 2014 Location: District 4 Document Number: 606455 Project: Resurfacing and related work at various locations. Low Bidder: Brox Industries Inc. Bid Amount: $468,926 Completion Date: July 6, 2014 Location: District 5 Document Number: 606696 Project: Highway maintenance and related work at various locations on Martha’s Vineyard. Low Bidder: Lawrence-Lynch Corporation Bid Amount: $673,085 Completion Date: July 6, 2014 Location: Mansfield Document Number: 605665 Project: Roadway reconstruction and related work on a section of Route 106 (Eastman Street) (FAP# STP002S(403)X). Low Bidder: L.A.L. Construction Company Inc. Bid Amount: $1,576,119 Completion Date: Nov. 5, 2013 Location: Springfield Document Number: 604821 Project: Intersection improvements and related work (including traffic signals) Allen Street at Bicentennial Highway (FAP#s NH-002S(395)X & STP-002S(395)X). Low Bidder: A. Pereira Construction Company Inc. Bid Amount: $2,258,256 Completion Date: Aug. 6, 2013 Location: New Bedford Document Number: 605678 Project: Construction of the Flaherty Drive Extension (including 2 wildlife culverts) (FAP# HP-002S(391)X). Low Bidder: D.W. White Construction Inc. Bid Amount: $1,647,524 Completion Date: Sept. 12, 2013

DISPLAY ADS/ CLASSIFIEDS Classified Rates: 30 Words or Less for $30.00. Each Additional Word is 95¢. For just an additional $20 your ad can be posted on our online searchable database for 30 days. Ad runs for 2 (two) insertions - no changes in second insertion. PLEASE ENCLOSE PAYMENT WITH ORDER and mail to: 470 Maryland Drive• Fort Washington, PA 19034

215/885-2900 • Fax 215/885-2910 Toll Free 1-800/523-2200 BORING EQUIPMENT



Crane Inspections


Specializing in Truck Mounted Cranes

Augers, Core Barrels, Pipe, All Foundation Equipment Air Compressors up to 1170 CFM - 800 PSI Gill Beetle Track Drills Turin Rotary Casing Advancement Systems Mantis Crawler Cranes & Chem Grout Equipment


Location: Weston, Lexington to Burlington Document Number: 603927 Project: Installation of fiber optic cable and completion of the communication network along Interstate 95 (Route 128) (Phase I). Low Bidder: NET Technologies Inc., Bid Amount: $2,906,249 Completion Date: Sept. 25, 2013

ALL TYPES OF CRANES INSPECTED AND CERTIFIED Accredited by the US Dept. of Labor Under 29CFR Part 1919 and Accredited by CALOSHA Call 215-639-2579 Atlantic Crane Inspection Services Visit us at


Eagle Power & Equipment Montgomeryville PA 215/699-5871 New Castle DE 302/652-3028 Eagle PA 610/458-7054

Location: Becket Document Number: 606514 Project: Blasting and rock removal at two locations on Interstate 90 eastbound and westbound. Low Bidder: J.H. Maxymillian Inc. Bid Amount: $2,279,997 Completion Date: June 16, 2013

Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800/445-4381

CONCRETE EQUIPMENT Concrete Equip. - Misc. Concrete Sealant: SIKA Top Seal 107, two part waterproofing and protective slurry mortar. One gallon cover approximately 40 square feet. Project cancelled, selling for ½ price of new- $25.00 per kit. Call for or additional information. 717-328-5211

Steel Steps Towers Ladders In exchange for deer hunting Contact Percy Ransome 215-350-1165





Page 12 • January 30, 2013 • • New England States Supplement • Construction Equipment Guide

Androscoggin • Aroostook • Cumberland • Franklin • Hancock • Kennebec • Knox • Lincoln • Oxford • Penobscot • Piscataquis • Sagadahoc •Maine... Somerset • Waldo • Washington • York • Androscoggin • Aroostook • Cumberland • Franklin • Hancock • Kennebec • Knox • Lincoln • Oxford • Penobscot • Piscataquis • Sagadahoc • Somerset • Waldo • Washington • York • Androscoggin • Aroostook • Cumberland • Franklin • Hancock • Kennebec • Knox • Lincoln • Oxford • Penobscot • Piscataquis • Sagadahoc • Somerset • Waldo • Washington • York • Androscoggin • Aroostook • Cumberland • Franklin • Hancock • Kennebec • Knox • Lincoln • Oxford • Penobscot • Piscataquis • Sagadahoc

‘Pine Tree State’ Highway Projects Let

The Maine Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: Hancock Contract ID: 015690.00 Location: Trenton. Project: Intersection and sidewalk reconstruction. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • K & K Excavation Inc. — $2,296,956 • Sargent Corporation — $2,633,549 • Lane Construction Corporation (The) — $2,788,805 • Maine Earth — $2,851,009 • R F Jordan & Sons Construction Inc. — $2,866,711 County: Sagadahoc Contract ID: 019811.00 Location: Dresden-Woolwich. Project: Culvert replacement. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Hagar Enterprises Inc. — $103,455 • Harry C Crooker & Sons Inc. — $103,500 • Pratt & Sons Inc. — $110,950 • Ray Labbe & Son Inc. — $112,770 • E.J. Perry Construction Company Inc. — $114,543 • Farley & Son Inc. — $142,490 • Wyman & Simpson Inc. — $165,900 • Renos Excavation (Stephen Renaud) — $178,568 • T. Buck Construction Inc. — $190,527 • McGee Construction — $197,777 • Harold Warren Construction — $286,000 Counties: Kennebec and Lincoln Contract ID: 019133.00 Location: Augusta to Jefferson. Project: Pavement milling and hot mix asphalt overlay. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Pike Industries Inc. — $3,926,826 • Lane Construction Corporation (The) — $4,183,384 • Harry C Crooker & Sons Inc. — $4,663,439 Counties: Waldo and Hancock Contract ID: 007965.58 Location: Prospect and Verona Island. Project: Waldo Hancock Bridge removal and other incidental work. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • S & R Corporation — $5,347,229 • Cianbro Corporation — $5,669,236 • S & R Construction Enterprises — $6,434,975 • Jay Cashman Inc. — $7,058,174 • Reed & Reed Inc. — $7,104,191 • Nasdi LLC — $9,372,068 County: Hancock Contract ID: 010063.10 Location: Ellsworth. Project: Highway relocation. Contractors and Bid Amounts:

• Sargent Corporation — $3,434,729 • Maine Earth — $3,699,042 • Lane Construction Corporation (The) — $3,849,360 • R F Jordan & Sons Construction Inc. — $4,053,568 • Pike Industries Inc. — $4,115,786 • K & K Excavation Inc. — $4,140,579 • CPM Constructors — $4,856,573 County: York Contract ID: 014814.00 Location: Biddeford. Project: Highway reconstruction. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Brown Industrial Group Inc. — $2,076,697 • Pratt & Sons Inc. — $2,197,228 • Shaw Brothers Construction Inc. — $2,329,721 • R. J. Grondin & Sons — $2,333,059 • D & C Construction — $2,404,462 • Gendron & Gendron Inc. — $2,615,555 • Sargent Corporation — $2,645,748 County: Cumberland Contract ID: 019108.00 Location: Yarmouth. Project: Slope stabilization. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • A H Grover Inc. — $106,790 • Lane Construction Corporation (The) — $110,305 • Shaw Earthworks — $176,435 County: Penobscot Contract ID: 017261.00

Location: Orono. Project: Intersection reconstruction. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Sargent Corporation — $986,312 • Maine Earth — $1,043,723 • R F Jordan & Sons Construction Inc. — $1,140,256 • Lane Construction Corporation (The) — $1,239,839 • R A Paradis & Son — $1,356,880 • Pike Industries Inc. — $1,366,673 County: Androscoggin Contract ID: 019076.10 Location: Durham. Project: Emergency slope stabilization and roadway realignment. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • K & K Excavation Inc. — $3,896,832 • Shaw Brothers Construction Inc. — $4,192,837 • Pike Industries Inc. — $4,223,802 • Sargent Corporation — $4,485,337 • R. J. Grondin & Sons — $5,069,035 County: Aroostook Contract ID: 019830.00 Location: Fort Kent. Project: Construction of a salt building. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Devoe Construction — $328,000 • David P Trask & Son Inc. — $433,000 • J P Martin & Sons Construction Corporation — $435,990 • Robert Pelletier Building Contractor Inc. — $450,000

Construction Equipment Guide • New England States Supplement • • January 30, 2013 • Page 13

160 Elm St. Unit 1 Walpole, MA 02081 (508) 660-7600 Fax: (508) 660-7614

“The RM60 crusher has been the best investment that I have made for my asphalt manufacturing plant. The low ownership costs, ease of operation and consistent production in both RAP & recycled aggregates makes the RM60 stand out. Day in and day out the RM60 gives me the highest quality material that is used in our daily productions. I have also received outstanding support from our dealer and factory. Jeff Joaquin Pawtucket Asphalt, Pawtucket, RI

See Jeff and the RM crusher at the World of Asphalt Show booth #2955 in San Antonio, TX

Sales • Parts • Service • Rentals 226 Selleck St. Suite C • Stamford, CT 06902

(203) 569-0339

Page 14 • January 30, 2013 • • New England States Supplement • Construction Equipment Guide

NEW ENGLAND SUPPLEMENT ADVERTISER INDEX A QUICK PICK CRANE SERVICE INC ........................10 A T EQUIPMENT INC ....................................................10 ARGUS INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ....................................1 ASTRO CRANE ..............................................................10 BARRY EQUIPMENT CO..................................................7 CHADWICK BAROSS MA..............................................5,6 CLASSIFIED ..................................................................11 CONTRACTOR’S CORNER ..........................................10 COR EQUIPMENT SALES ............................................13 EQUIPMENT EAST ..........................................................9 FOLEY MARINE & INDUSTRIAL ENGINE ......................1 GORILLA HAMMERS ......................................................1 ITL AUCTIONEERING ......................................................1 J R VINAGRO CORPORATION ......................................1 KRAFT POWER CORP ....................................................1 LORUSSO HEAVY EQUIPMENT LLC ..........................13 LOU GIZA EQUIPMENT....................................................1 LUBRICATION TECHNOLOGIES INC ..........................10 MILTON CAT ....................................................................11 ROGERS BROTHERS ....................................................15 SUMMIT SUPPLY LLC/MULTI MACHINE ........................1 THE N.I.C.E. COMPANY ..................................................7 TYLER EQUIPMENT CO ..............................................3,9 W I CLARK CO..................................................................2 WOODCO ........................................................................16 The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.

Economy Moved Company Into Commercial Projects OUELLETTE from page 4

when a situation can become dangerous and take steps to protect our workers and the public,” said Ouellette. Job after job, his little firm, has gained a fine reputation. “Service, fair price and good work means we have many repeat customers and we have great references,” he added. Ouellette can never be accused of living in a glass house, but he’s worked on a few, and found even more unexpect- Demolition of an old gas station to make way for ed glass in and around the Wickford Package Store in Wickford, R.I. grounds of older properties. After all, you never know what you might find undisturbed a couple feet cuts and fills and takeoffs,” said Ouellette. “I even have a 42-inch color printer, as I was under the earth’s surface. “I do have an extensive bottle collection spending a fortune in print reproduction. I mostly from installing septic systems on owe my good leads to ‘The Blue Book’ and ‘Bidclerk.’ I have developed most of my older homes,” he laughed. But other things can shatter besides bottles commercial connections through these and Ouellette has been up to any unexpected leads. challenge. Newest Project “One very challenging sewer connection I In September, A O began work on an did was the complete design and installation of about 800 feet of sewer line with various important project, the new septic system for manholes in the Lincoln Industrial Complex the New England Institute of Technology’s in Lincoln, R.I.,” he said. “We had to do a golf course in East Greenwich, R.I. “We’re teaming up with Rick Pezza from vertical tap on a 24-inch main NBC sewer trunk line, four-feet into the water table. We Green Wastewater Solutions out of used special vanguard shoring and kept the Warwick, R.I.,” he said. “I’ll do all the excahole dry with a Vac truck. I have great pic- vation and leach field construction, ledge removal, asphalt patching and landscaping, tures of this job.” Never one to let any equipment rust, and Rick will handle all the tanks and Ouellette said his most interesting project pumps.” Beyond sand traps on the course, a couple involved Rustoleum. “Yes, the Rustoleum project in Attleboro, of challenges have already presented themMass. We had no idea what we were getting selves. “Where the tanks are installed is a steep into with the unknown conditions of subsurface demolition to accommodate new foot- slope with ledge outcroppings,” said ings for the new processing vats,” he sighed. Ouellette. “We’ll most likely have to ham“The existing piers went down over four feet mer out the ledge to install the tanks.” But in all work challenges, Ouellette and were reinforced with rebar, but all had to acknowledges the companies he’s worked come up for the new configuration. “We did it during the summer (factory) closely with. “I have developed great relationships with shutdown and it was hot and humid. It was quite a challenge to bring the project in on several great companies: — Nadeau time working double shifts for Nadeau Corporation, Cobalt Construction, Coletta Contracting, Rick Pezza of Green Corporation,” added Ouellette. Like most contractors, A O has had to Wastewater Solutions and Seaver adapt to challenging economic times Construction,” said Ouellette. “I mean, we through competitive pricing and great per- are all in this together.” For more information, visit www.aoconformance, as well as one major tion. (This story also can be found on “I made the leap from residential to commercial when the economy tanked in 2006. I Construction Equipment Guide’s Web have a great office. My monitor is 42 inches site at www.constructionequipmentand I have a separate digitizing station for CEG

Construction Equipment Guide • New England States Supplement • • January 30, 2013 • Page 15

Tyler Equipment

C.N. Wood Co., Inc.

Joseph Equipment Company

251 Shaker Road East Longmeadow, MA 01028 (413) 525-6351 (800) 292-6351

200 Merrimac St. Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 935-1919

300 Gay Street Manchester, NH 03103 603-641-8608

Avon, MA (508) 584-8484

1980 Berlin Turnpike Berlin, CT 06037 (860) 356-0840 (800) 352-4473 Parts: (860) 356-0848

Johnston, RI (401) 942-9191

Page 16 • January 30, 2013 • • New England States Supplement • Construction Equipment Guide

PARTS & service





Get it done from one source: your Volvo dealer. Let’s work. Whatever you do, Woodco Machinery is there to help you do it. Dependable equipment – from construction and road building to forestry, utilities and more. Support – from sales and remarketing to reliable parts and service. Offerings – to get you working and keep you working – from Customer Support Agreements and CareTrack telematics to full-service financial solutions through Volvo Financial Services. It’s all delivered directly through one source: Woodco Machinery. We’re the solution you can trust – before and after the sale. Let’s work together. Contact your nearest Woodco location today.

140 Wales Avenue Avon, MA 02322 508-584-8484

Volvo Construction Equipment

22 North Maple Street Woburn, MA 01801 781-935-3377

60 Shun Pike Johnston, RI 02919 401-942-9191

NewEngland #3,2013  

NewEngland #3,2013