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March and April are the months of expectation and patience in the northernmost small town of Derby, Vt., on the Canadian border. Jason Patenaude — who learned to turn a backhoe, dig the earth and cut and move timber at the tender age of 11 by his father’s side — and his wife and partner Alison, are expectant and expecting. Jason and Alison, owners of Jason Patenaude Excavating Inc., are expecting their first son. They also are expecting sweet syrup and success from the more than 9,000 maple trees they are tapping with Jason’s father, the founder of his firm and are anticipating the completion of a brand new shop. Besides the Patenaudes and just two other employees, Jason Patenaude Excavating has the reputation in this very tiny, rural town of Derby of a Derby winner. It’s been that way for some 27 years.
Tapping the Maples “My dad, Albert Patenaude, started the business in 1987. While farming, my father always had a dozer and was always doing side work. After selling the farm, he bought a backhoe and 6-wheel dump truck and decided to go into business,” said Jason Patenaude. “I started working for my dad when I was 11, and full time after high school. I took the business over in 1996 and my dad worked for me up until about five years ago, getting done at the age of 73.” The teacher and student, father and son, also became collaborators in other ways. “My father began sugaring in 1962 and started Valley View Maple Products with 3,000 maple tree taps. I have always played a large role in helping him continue with sugaring,” said Patenaude. “In 2010, after my father had two knee replacements, we built a brand-new sugar house with a 4X14 CDL oil fire arch and a new 1800-gallon per hour RO [reverse osmosis]. The arch is what you boil the syrup on. see PATENAuDE page 4
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There’s a back pan and a front pan, the syrup gets thicker and then it goes from the back to the front and then you bake the water off. The RO separates the water from the sugar. “Between my father’s sugar bush and mine, we now tap 9,000 trees while also purchasing sap from other sugar bushes. This is a business, yes, but it is still a hobby to both my father and I. We are lucky to be able to share this interest together.” In March and April, when the daytime temperatures rise into the 40s, and then dip below freezing at night, the raw sap inside the maple trees pushes upward to be tapped. But the trees aren’t the only things that continually grow. “When I started working for him, we had a Case 850 dozer, Case 580 E backhoe and an International dump truck. My role in the business now, is, well, everything. I take care of all the bids, the layouts and I also run an excavator and do 90 percent of all the dozer work. I am always looking for new opportunities for us as a business,” said Patenaude. And that would be in two countries, side by side. “We are located in Derby, Vt., directly on the Canadian border. I still am currently using my father’s shop, where I run my business from now. We are currently building my new shop this summer. The shop will be built on 10 acres of land next to my father’s sugar house,” said Patenaude. “My wife and I live up the road on 47 acres, where we also have 3,000 maples currently tapped. “We currently have three full-time employees, not including myself, with the possibility of hiring one more this summer. We currently operate our business with a Volvo 160B, Volvo 145D, Cat 312C, Cat D5K, Volvo L90, Kubota M95S, two 10-wheel dump trucks and two Denis-Cimaf mulching heads for excavators.” Jason Patenaude Excavating Inc. is versatile. Its services include, but are not limited to: • Residential and commercial construction • Digging foundations and site work • Digging and installing septic systems • Building roads and driveways • Excavation for utilities, including electric, telephone. For land, roads and demolition, the company performs: • Land clearing see PATENAUDE page 14
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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: Windsor Town: Hartland Project Name: HARTLAND BHF BPNT(12) Contract ID: 11C260 Location: Bridge No. 62A-U.S. Route 5 approximately 3.900 mi. north of the Windsor/Hartland town line extending northerly 0.038 mi.. Bridge No. 66 is located on U.S. Route 5 approximately 5.940 mi. north of the Windsor/Hartland town line. Project: Bridge No. 62A involves the removal and replacement of the existing concrete deck, wingwalls and associated roadway work. Bridge Nos. 62A and 66 involve cleaning and repainting the existing steel superstructure members and minor associated work. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Kubricky Construction Corporation — $1,896,176 • J. P. Sicard Inc. — $1,948,826 • Cold River Bridges LLC — $1,969,969 • Parent Construction Inc. — $2,071,992
County: Washington Town: Waterbury Project Name: WATERBURY NHG SGNL(43) Contract ID: 13B018 Location: On Vt. Route 100 approximately 0.243 mi. east of the U.S. Route 2 and Vt. 100 intersection and extending easterly approximately 3205 ft. Project: Installation of new traffic signal equipment at the Vt. Route 100 and I-89 Exit 10 SB off ramp and a new traffic signal system at Vt. Route 100 and I-89 Exit NB off ramp and related items including pavement markings, signs and signal timing adjustments. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Don Weston Excavating Inc. — $209,964 • Courtland Construction Corporation — $224,837 • Engineers Construction Inc. — $293,254
County: Chittenden Town: Richmond Project Name: RICHMOND-CO IM SURF(38)(READ) Contract ID: 13A136 Location: Beginning at mile marker 79.000 and extending northerly along Interstate Route 89 (northbound lane) for a distance of 12.880 mi. to mile marker 91.880. Project: Surface preparation involving patching, pot hole repair, crack sealing and overlaying with a thin
bituminous concrete wearing surface on the existing interstate typical, and applicable pavement markings. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Frank W. Whitcomb Construction Corporation — $5,597,176 • All States Asphalt Inc. — $5,988,505 • Pike Industries Inc. — $6,588,650 • The Gorman Group LLC — $6,686,057
County: Orange Town: Brookfield Project Name: BROOKFIELD BRF FLBR(2) Contract ID: 12E134 Location: The bridge is located on Vt. Route 65 approximately 0.05 mi. southwest of the intersection of Vt. Route 65 and TH 1 in Brookfields Sunset Village. Project: Replacement of the existing timber floating bridge with a new fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) floating bridge with timber deck and rails, new abutments and related approach work. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Miller Construction Inc. — $2,386,073 • Chesterfield Associates Inc. — $2,591,275 • Northern Construction Service LLC — $2,669,669 • Engineers Construction Inc. — $2,679,989 • Alpine Construction LLC — $2,693,779 • CCS Constructors Inc. — $2,801,207 • Kubricky Construction Corporation — $2,957,492
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County: Orange Town: Braintree Project Name: BRAINTREE ER STP 0187(12) Contract ID: 12C526 Location: On Vermont Route 12A in the town of Braintree approximately 3.845 mi. from the Randolph/Braintree town line and extending northerly along Vermont Route 12A approximately 1447.69 ft. to mm 4.119. Project: Bridge No. 6 southern approach slab and membrane, replacement of Bridge 7 with a new 16 foot x 9 foot precast concrete structure, and slope repair. also cold planing and paving, guardrail, signs and other incidental items. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Willey Earthmoving Corporation — $1,649,062 • G.W. Tatro Construction Inc. — $1,810,332 • J. A. McDonald Inc.— $1,811,686 • Dubois Construction Inc. — $1,845,782 • CCS Constructors Inc. — $1,862,695 • Neil H Daniels Inc. — $1,867,390 • Markowski Excavating Inc. — $1,977,936 • Engineers Construction Inc. — $1,981,063 • W.M. Schultz Construction Inc. — $2,316,557 • J. P. Sicard Inc. — $2,486,941
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Counties: Kennebec and Somerset Contract ID: 020317.00 Location: Fairfield and Waterville — On Route 201 and Main Street. Project: Pavement milling, hot mix asphalt overlay and drainage improvements. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • All States Asphalt Inc. — $1,349,080 • Pike Industries Inc. — $1,474,437 • CPM Constructors — $1,546,526 • Lane Construction Corporation (The) — $1,885,881 County: Cumberland Contract ID: 019275.00 Location: New Gloucester — Cobbs Bridge Road over Royal River. Project: Bridge rehabilitation. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • T. Buck Construction Inc. — $369,912 • Scott Construction Corporation — $441,805 • CPM Constructors — $464,562 • Technical Construction Inc. — $494,377 County: Aroostook Contract ID: 018416.00 Location: Fort Kent & Wallagrass — on Route 1 in Fort Kent & Route 11. Project: Crack Seal and Emulsified Asphalt Seal Coat. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • All States Asphalt Inc. — $259,600 • Coastal Road Repair LLC — $296,855 • Lane Construction Corporation (The) — $358,550
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• Road assembly • Roadside drain and ditch assembly • Trucking • Excavation • Brush hogging (rigs made to grind brush) • Brontosaurus work (brush heads made by Denis-Cimaf for land clearing) • Building demolition • Debris removal
do business. We take pride in our ability to complete the job given, while making sure the job is done correctly and the customer is happy with the end product,” said Patenaude. “We will always do our best to advise you in the correct way to complete your project, even if we are not the ones for the job. We do not do any advertising, so we depend on word of mouth for our business.” That word of mouth can echo over the
Hard Wood and Hurricanes “In 2005, I purchased that DenisCimaf mulching head. This is a machine that goes on the head of the excavator and mulches trees up to 10to-12-inch soft wood and 5-to-6-inch hard wood,” said Patenaude. “This was a large purchase and big step for the small business to take, but it soon became a bigger hit than expected. We now operate with the brush head full-time on one excavator; doing everything from residential clearing to government and state projects.” One of those state projects was to help the towns of Vermont clear the devastation caused by Hurricane Irene, which was the biggest natural According to Jason Patenaude, the company disaster the state has seen in a century. spent eight weeks on repairs after Irene. “In 2011, when Hurricane Irene hit, we traveled down to Ludlow, Vt., where Vermonters were stranded in a town- mountains and through the valleys of the ship that lost its roads and homes,” said challenging earth and land he moves. “The most challenging part about our job Patenaude. “We worked down there for eight weeks to help repair what we could. It was is the terrain that we work on,” said the most devastation that I had ever experi- Patenaude. But it is also the source of his enced. We worked with people from all over, happiness. “The best part about having my who came to help rebuild their community own business and doing what we do is we and became great friends with many other are always outside and the scenery is always changing.” contractors.” That happiness will increase tenfold when Other notable Patenaude Excavating newborn Aden Jason Patenaude arrives; ratclients include: tle in one hand, Tonka truck in the other. In • Plum Creek: Road building. • U.S. Department of Forestry: Land addition to impending motherhood, Alison is the head of accounts receivable at Poulin clearing for natural habitats • Silvio O. Conte National Fish & Wildlife Lumber, a fourth-generation business with a Refuge: Land clearing for habitats and road store in Derby and four nearby Vermont locations. maintenance “We hope to continue this family busi• U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife: ness,” said Patenaude. Land clearing for habitats Jason Patenaude Excavating is located at • Various Townships and municipalities 311 Fortin Road, Derby, Vt. 05829. For in northern Vermont. “We take safety seriously and always more information, call 802/766-4567 or make sure that we are taking the correct 802/274-0162, or visit jasonpatenaudeexcasteps to ensure the safety of our employees vating.com. (This story also can be found on and the people around us,” said Patenaude. Construction Equipment Guide’s Web This helps to ensure return business. site at www.constructionequipment“Living in such a small town, word of mouth and reputation is how we grow and guide.com.) CEG
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