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Todd Clarke digs his work. He is every construction worker with a dream; one that came true. As a boy, Clarke, now in his 30s, would watch the largest, oldest Fourth of July Parade in the United States march through the streets of his native downtown Bristol, R.I. Every summer, the large trucks and marchers would strut over the red-white-and-blue stripes painted down Americana’s most visible Main Street. Machines Under the Floats Clarke never focused on the floats and the fluff, the marching bands or the colorful pomp of 200 marching units. Raised in a construction family by his hard-working father William, the boy centered his eyes on the vehicles that carried them and the large trucks pulling them, the heavy iron. “I started my business in Bristol in 2003,” said Clarke, owner of ZFC Construction that covers work throughout

Bristol County. “I just wanted to run my own business because I had an extreme interest in running heavy equipment — the trucks, the excavators, all the machines always fascinated me.” His company will celebrate 10 successful years in 2013. These stories have been told many times before. A boy helps his father on his job sites. He gets to run the machines. The kid realizes he never wants to do anything else. It becomes a dream and, eventually, through experience and hard work, a way of life for him and his new family. And so it has been for Clarke, whose family now includes his wife Jaclyn, son, Zachary, 8, and daughter, Samantha, 5. In fact, ZFC Construction is named with Zachary’s initials. That is how much ‘Family’ is part of the family business. Father on the Job 50 Years Todd Clarke’s father, William, owned a tree and landscaping company for more than 50 years. Todd still works occasionally with the man who has never contemplated see ZFC page 4

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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

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‘Good Work Pays Off’ for Bristol’s ZFC Construction ZFC from page 1

retirement, even in his 70s. “Growing up, I was able to run some of my Dad’s equipment and turned that business around to something a little different,” said Clarke. Even at this writing, father and son supervise site excavation for a house expansion on Waseca Avenue in Barrington. “I had my company for a long time and Todd was there all the way,” said William Clarke. “He’s worked hard. We try to

work together now, too, but it’s his business.” Todd Clarke added, “With the help of my father and friends, I was digging out driveways and grading new construction sites, digging footings and then expanded the heavy iron work to some foundations and the demolition of small houses and buildings,” Another important mentor was former Barrington Police Chief John Lazzaro, who had his own landscaping business for years, when he was an officer and not Chief. Chief Lazzaro, well known and respected throughout Bristol County was able to procure jobs for Todd, show him the right way and lead him to many community contacts. John Lazzaro was extremely ill at the time of this writing and the Clarkes were emotional when speaking about how important he had been in their personal and professional lives.

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and stump removal, grinding and chipping; snow plowing; asphalt patches and maintenance and more. Clarke’s team members also are licensed Rhode Island arborists. Headquartered in Bristol, ZFC also maintains a site in nearby Barrington, R.I. The Clarkes don’t often work on multi-million dollar jobs, but they have had a hand in homes and commercial property that are well known in this area — the smallest county in terms of geographical size (Bristol, Warren and Barrington) in the entire United States. Strictly speaking, everyone knows everyone and shoddy work will be exposed. Families like the Clarkes get rewarded with 50 years of calls to get to work on their neighbors’ homes. ZFC was involved in putting up the new Triple AAA Building on County Road in Barrington (with friend John DeAngelis of DeAngelis Construction of Barrington), as well as a new low income housing development in the state and the local skating rink renovations. Currently, ZFC is “gutting out” an old 1900s barn and house with a Bobcat grapple, while digging the floor down. “That started about two weeks ago,” said Clarke. “Safety is very important. My crew must always have hard hats when digging. I always have a trench box for deeper trenches, maintenance and keeping up with all the heavy iron things we have to do on each job.” Reputation and Giving Back In this tight-knit area, Clarke said most of his business comes through word-of-mouth. “My reputation is very important, so I do my best. Good work pays off,” he added. While his crews have dug in places as romantic and as far off as Cape Cod, Mass., Clarke and family said he has yet to find anything unexpected or interesting at his digging sites to brag of. “I have never found anything, except some old horse bones,” he said. With a small operation, to keep going in a challenging economy, he listed three keys: Hard work, balancing money and determination. “I have been in a lot of tight spots. We have had to remove lots of boulders and ledge,” said Clarke. “It’s basic work, hard work, but that’s what we are paid to do. It’s all about making the customer happy.” He also makes wife Jaclyn happy, who said of her humble, hands-on husband, “I have been battling MS now for several years and he still always manages, despite his work, to help me, and to take me to appointments when needed. “Todd has always been hands-on. He loves to work outdoors and is extremely good at fixing machines, as well as running them. He actually fixes all of his machines himself. Todd loves what he does. It’s great work because it allows him the flexibility to help out with all his family,” she added. “Thank you so much for telling Todd’s story.” Clarke also gives back to this small community in Bristol County, but he brushed that selfless work aside, too. “I do donate my time and machines to the local towns for playgrounds, the Boy Scouts and the Bristol Elks,” he said. “I enjoy what I do and it makes me proud.” For more information, call 401/688-9930 or 401/9961940 or e-mail ZFCConstruction@yahoo.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Cocchiola Paving Relies on ‘Vision’ DISPLAY ADS/ for New England’s Winding Roads CLASSIFIEDS The winding two-lane blacktop roads of New England can make it hard for a tracked paver to place asphalt at a swift pace. That’s why a Connecticut road contractor believes the 8-ft. (2.4 m) Vögele Vision 5103-2 rubber-tired paver is the top choice for best-practice paving projects on local roads. “The rubber tires make it easy to move the paver on the roads,” said Domingos Almeida, vice president, Cocchiola Paving, Inc., Oakville, Conn. “We can travel back and forth on the job site without making a mess.” In addition to the narrow, winding roads, the abundance of small intersections in semi-rural New England make the maneuverability of the 8-ft, rubber-tired Vision 51022 ideal for the back-and-forth paving of asphalt intersections. “If you do this with tracks they will lift the asphalt up,” Almeida said. “I’ve

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MassHighway received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. Location: Boxford and Georgetown Document Number: 606058 Project: Cleaning and Painting of 4 Bridges along a Section of Interstate 95 (FAP# BRI-095-2(117)). Low Bidder: Atsalis Brothers Painting Company Bid Amount: $3,787,736 Completion Date: March 28, 2014 Location: District 1 Document Number: 606252 Project: Scheduled and emergency bridge structural repairs at various locations. Low Bidder: SPS New England Inc. Bid Amount: $344,381 Completion Date: July 10, 2014 Locations: Holyoke to West Springfield Document Number: 605594 Project: Resurfacing and related work (including rehabilitation of 16 bridges) on a section of Interstate 91(FAP# IM-91-1(168)). Low Bidder: SPS New England Inc. Bid Amount: $14,886,806 Completion Date: June 10, 2015 Location: Leominster Document Number: 605773 Project: Bridge Superstructure replacement Br. No. L-08028 (steel) Hamilton Street over Route 2 (FAP# BR002S(401)X). Low Bidder: MAS Building and Bridge Inc. Bid Amount: $3,384,982 Completion Date: May 11, 2014 Location: District 3 Document Number: 606594 Project: Median barrier repairs (including concrete coating (ASR) Application) at various locations on Interstate 90. Low Bidder: N.E.L. Corporation Bid Amount: $201,265 Completion Date: Jan. 23, 2014 Location: Chester Document Number: 605909 Project: Retaining wall replacement and related work on a section of Route 20. Low Bidder: Clayton D. Davenport Trucking Inc. Bid Amount: $189,834 Completion Date: June 16, 2013 Location: District 6 Document Number: 606651 Project: Scheduled and emergency resurfacing and related work at various locations. Low Bidder: Brox Industries Inc. Bid Amount: $5,474,850 Completion Date: Sept. 10, 2014

Location: Dunstable Document Number: 606042 Project: Retaining wall replacement and related work on a section of Route 113 (FAP# STP-002S(423)X ). Low Bidder: MDR Construction Company Inc. Bid Amount: $634,738 Completion Date: Sept. 25, 2013 Locations: Becket, Blanford, Lee and Otis Document Number: 606396 Project: Resurfacing and related work on sections of Routes 8, 20 and 23. Low Bidder: Palmer Paving Corporation Bid Amount: $3,334,822 Completion Date: Sept. 14, 2013 Location: District 3 Document Number: 606571 Project: Drainage repairs and improvements at various locations (FAP# STP-002S(417)). Low Bidder: Newport Construction Corporation Bid Amount: $1,597,803 Completion Date: Oct. 25, 2014 Locations: Stockbridge to Otis Document Number: 606624 Project: Resurfacing and related work on a section of Interstate 90. Low Bidder: The Lane Construction Corporation Bid Amount: $3,621,473 Completion Date: April 10, 2014 Locations: Amherst and South Hadley Document Number: 082250 Project: Reconstruction and related work (including rock fall containment) on a section of Route 116 (West Street)

(FAP# STP-002S(411)X). Low Bidder: C & A Construction Company Inc. Bid Amount: $3,128,937 Completion Date: April 10, 2014 Location: District 6 Document Number: 606658 Project: Sidewalk repair and improvements at various locations. Low Bidder: McIver Brothers General Contractors Inc. Bid Amount: $582,338 Completion Date: Oct. 12, 2014 Location: District 4 Document Number: 606581 Project: Drainage repairs and improvements at various locations (FAP# STP-002S(418)). Low Bidder: Newport Construction Corporation Bid Amount: $1,444,215 Completion Date: Oct. 25, 2014 Location: District 6 Document Number: 606584 Project: Drainage repairs and improvements at various locations (FAP# STP-002S(420)). Low Bidder: Newport Construction Corporation Bid Amount: $357,506 Completion Date: Nov. 15, 2014 Location: Springfield Document Number: 605817 Project: Roadway reconstruction and related work on sections of Edwards, Spring and Elliot Streets (FAP#s OTF002S(424)X and OTN-002S(424)X). Low Bidder: JBL Construction Company Inc. Bid Amount: $1,431,315 Completion Date: May 23, 2014

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) Paying to fix New Hampshire’s deteriorating highways is shaping up as a choice between legalizing video slots and increasing the gas tax. The gas tax has been 18 cents for 22 years. House Public Works and Highways Chairman David Campbell, a Democrat with support from a former GOP House Finance chairman, is sponsoring a bill to increase it 12 cents and to raise registration fees over three years. The money would be used to pay to complete the widening of Interstate 93 from the Massachusetts border to Manchester and to fix ailing roads and bridges. Democratic State Sen. Lou D’Allesandro also has on his side a powerful Republican, Senate Finance Chairman Chuck Morse, and he’s sponsoring a bill to legalize 5,000 video slot machines and 150 table games in one casino. Whether gamblers or drivers finance the fix isn’t likely to be decided until the budget is acted on in June. Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan — unlike her predecessor — opened the door a crack during the campaign to raising the gas tax to fix deteriorating highways as well as to a casino to provide revenue for the state government. Hassan said she is focusing on building consensus around a revenue source. New Hampshire looks like a state with a case of measles when looking at a map of deficient bridges. Each red dot represents one of more than 350 municipal bridges on the state’s red list — those most in need of repair. Another 140 bridges owned by the state are on the list. Similarly, squiggly red lines represent state roads in poor condition. The 1,565 mi. of roads in poor condition would stretch from Concord to Fargo. The 1,867 mi. in fair condition would continue on from Fargo to Lake Watson in the Yukon. And the 828 mi. in good condition — mostly the interstate and turnpike system that benefited from federal stimulus funding improvements — would run the rest of the way from Lake Watson to Anchorage, Alaska. D’Allesandro, of Manchester, and Morse, of Salem, propose using almost half the revenues from legalizing a casino for highways. The rest would be earmarked to public universities and possibly economic development.

Neither legislator could provide an estimate of the gambling revenues. The proposed licensing fee would be $80 million and would not be available until next year’s budget at the earliest. Senate Republican Leader Jeb Bradley, of Wolfeboro, and Morse insist the Senate must first debate whether to legalize video slots before dividing the profits. “I think we know we are falling further behind in our ability to have an infrastructure people can depend on,” he added. But bipartisan support for infrastructure improvements may not be enough. The House has killed dozens of gambling bills over the years, and Senate opposition to a gas tax increase is likely to be just as strong. “It’s a $147 million tax on the citizens of New Hampshire,” Morse said of Campbell’s gas tax bill. Campbell, of Nashua, said the latest estimates are that the bill would raise less — $122 million in the third year. He argues legalizing one casino to compete with three proposed resort casinos in Massachusetts won’t raise enough money and, unlike the gas tax, is not constitutionally earmarked for highways. He argues that someone driving 10,000 miles a year and burning 500 gallons of gas will pay about $60 more under his bill. The registration fee hike for cars would be $5 each of the next three years. Campbell points to the nearly two dozen bridges that have been closed over the past two years as reason to act now. He also argues the tax increase won’t be reflected penny-for-penny in gas prices. New Hampshire’s tax rate is the lowest in New England, yet gas can be found cheaper in nearby states, he said. He faces a strong foe in the New Hampshire Motor Transport Association, whose 325 trucking company members oppose the bill because it also raises the diesel tax and registration fees. Association President Bob Sculley said the cost to truckers would be an unaffordable $1,875 more per year. “If we have to drive around a [closed] bridge, that’s what we’ll have to do,” he said. But Campbell said New Hampshire can’t keep ignoring the problem. He characterizes New Hampshire’s approach as ignoring a roof whose shingles have blown off by sticking a bucket to catch the drip from bad weather. Next, the blue tarp goes up and finally the roof caves in, he said. “The drip is coming down. We’ve got a lot of buckets,” he said.

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The Vermont Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: Orleans Town: Barton Project Name: BARTON STP 2702(1). Contract ID: 07C192 Location: Beginning at a point in the village of Barton, on U.S. route 5 at Sta. 257+13.60 (MM 4.870) and extending northerly along U.S. Route 5 for a distance of 5,876.64 ft. (1.113 mi.) to Sta. 315+90.24 (MM 5.983). also beginning at a point in the village of Barton, on Vt. Route 16 at Sta. 92+18.88 (MM 1.746) and extending northerly along Vt. Route 16 for a distance of 3,226.08 ft. (0.611 mi.) to Sta. 124+44.96 (MM 2.357). Also beginning at a point in the village of Orleans, on Vt. Route 58 At Sta. 8+07.84 (MM 0.153) and extending easterly along Vt. Route 58 for a distance of 3,168.00 ft. (0.600 mi.) to Sta. 39+75.84 (MM 0.753). Project: Cold planing and resurfacing of the existing highway with a leveling course and wearing course, railroad grade crossings, new pavement markings, guardrail, signs and other related highway items. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Pike Industries Inc. — $1,925,338 • Engineers Construction Inc. — $1,982,079 • Frank W. Whitcomb Construction Corporation — $2,218,919

County: Chittenden Towns: Charlotte, Shelburne and South Burlington Project Name: CHARLOTTE-S. BURLIN NH 2907(1). Contract ID: 10B206 Location: Beginning in the town of Charlotte approximately 3100 ft. south of the intersection of Ferry Road and Church Hill Road at Sta. 150+85.09 (mm 2.857) and extending northerly for a distance of 33290.24 ft. (6.305 mi.) to a stopping point in the town of Shelburne near the intersection of Webster Road at Sta. 137+81.00 (MM 2.610) and resuming work in the city of South Burlington near the intersection of Imperial Drive At Sta. 51+61.58 (MM 0.978) and extending northerly a distance of 3917.97 ft. (0.742 mi.) to and ending point near the intersection of Queen City Park Road at Sta. 90+79.55 (MM 1.720). Project: Cold planing, resurfacing with spot leveling, a leveling course, and wearing course, pavement markings, sidewalk ramps with truncated domes, signalization improvements, guardrail improvements and other related highway items.

Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Frank W. Whitcomb Construction Corporation — $4,259,374 • Pike Industries, Inc. — $4,317,184

County: Lamoille Town: Morristown Project Name: MORRISTOWN STP F 029-1(2)C/1. Contract ID: 10B194 Location: Beginning at a point, in the town of Morristown, on new alignment, approximately 7.542 km from the Stowe-Morristown town line, and extending northerly approximately 0.783 km to a point just southerly of the New Bridge Street intersection and proposed Vt. 100. Project: Constructing a bridge over Lamoille River along with approach work from the existing Bishop Marshall Drive to Bridge Street. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Winterset Inc. — $7,960,719 • Beck & Bellucci Inc. — $8,635,311 • S. D. Ireland Concrete Construction Corporation — $8,909,028 • T. Buck Construction Inc. — $9,422,715 • Reed & Reed Inc. — $9,474,090 • Northern Construction Service LLC — $9,818,362 • CCS Constructors Inc. — $9,887,000 • A.L. St. Onge Contractor Inc. — $10,207,108 • The Lane Construction Corporation — $10,673,185

County: Orleans Towns: Coventry and Newport Projects Names: COVENTRY-NEWPORT STP 2308(1) and COVENTRY AV-FY13-001. Contract ID: 01C052 Location: Beginning in the town of Coventry on Coventry State Highway just before the entrance to the Newport State Airport at Sta. -2+00.64 (MM -0.038) and extending northerly a distance of 13,976.16 ft. (2.647 mi.) to Sta 3+59.04 (MM 0.068) in Newport City. COVENTRY AV-FY 13-001: This project is located at the Newport State Airport in Vt. Project: COVENTRY-NEWPORT STP 2308(1): Work to be performed under this project includes reclaiming and resurfacing of the existing highway with a reclaimed stabilized base, new pavement, new pavement markings, guardrail, signs and other related highway items. COVENTRY AV-FY 13-001: Work to be performed under this project includes reclaiming eight in. along runway 5-23 S shoulders, topsoil and turf establishment. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Pike Industries Inc. — $2,451,004 • Frank W. Whitcomb Construction Corporation — $3,000,000

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Many of the roads Cocchiola paves by necessity don’t have shoulders, with pavements flanked by dirt or sand drop-offs. Almeida said that the rubber tires give the paver the higher “flotation” it needs to keep from getting bogged down in unconsolidated shoulders or raveled road edges. “In my opinion the rubber tires are way better for maintaining traction,” Almeida said. “Rubber tires are the best.” In late June, on the milled surface of Barn Hill Road in Monroe Township, Cocchiola was re-establishing crown, placing a 2 in. (5 cm) HMA mix and compacting it to 1.5 to 1.75 in. (3.8 to 4.4 cm), depending on the surface. Intermediate compaction was being accomplished by Cocchiola’s Hamm HD O70V roller in the vibratory mode. The firm also owns a Wirtgen WR 2500 it uses for full-depth reclamation and recycling. Cocchiola specializes in road and commercial work in western Connecticut. It’s a family owned and operated paving and construction company with more than six decades of experience in state, municipal and private Swing-out seat gives operator greater visibility.

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