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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: Caledonia Towns: St. Johnsbury, Lyndon. Project Name: StJohnsbury-Lyndon IM MEMB (18). Contract ID: 08A188. Location: St. Johnsbury —Bridge 82 north and south over TH No. 77 (River Road), CRL R.R. and Passumpsic River (MM 128.592), Bridge 83 south over U.S. 5 (MM 128.889), Bridge 84 north and south over TH No. 68 (Crow Hill Road) (MM 129.741), Bridge 91 north and south over TH No. 10 (Stark District Road) and Stark Brook (MM 133.990). Lyndon — Bridge 92 north and south over U.S. 5 (MM 136.526), Bridge 93 north and south over U.S. 5 (MM 137.109) and Bridge 97 over TH No. 9 (Mathewson Hill Road) (MM 141.505). Project: Removing and replacing sheet membrane waterproofing and bituminous concrete pavement on the bridge and its approaches along with minor related work. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • • • • • •

Winterset Inc. — $2,983,603. J.P. Sicard Inc. — $3,328,363. Beck & Bullucci Inc. — $3,542,395. J.A. McDonald Inc. — $3,566,965. R.M. Piper Inc. — $3,806,499. Pike Industries Inc. — $3,849,769.

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Winterset Inc. — $1,547,151. CCS Constructors LLC — $1,793,000. Blow & Cote Inc. — $1,999,993. T. Buck Construction Inc. — $2,000,000. A.L. St. Onge Contractor Inc. — $2,379,947.

County: Addison Town: Ripton. Project Name: Ripton FH 010-1 (42). Contract ID: 89E039. Location: Approximately 328 ft. south of intersection of VT Rte. 125 and TH 18. Project: Rehabilitation and widening of existing bridge using detoured traffic with necessary roadway approach work. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • • • • • • •

CCS Constructors LLC — $1,123,000. T. Buck Construction Inc. — $1,127,718. Kubricky Construction Corp. — $1,146,244. Parent Construction Inc. — $1,216,868. S.D. Ireland Concrete Construction Corp. — $1,263,999. Blow & Cote Inc. — $1,398,182. The Belden Co. Inc. — $1,430,687.

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County: Windham Town: Jamaica. Project Name: Jamaica BRO 1442 (27). Contract ID: 96J068. Location: Bridge No. 33 located on TH 43 approximately 0.10 mi. south of intersection with VT Rte. 100. Project: Replacement of existing thru truss bridge with new integral abutment steel girder bridge and necessary channel and approach work and removal of existing temporary bridge and approaches. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • • • • • •

Renaud Brothers Inc. — $767,073. Cold River Bridges LLC — $789,524. Miller Construction Inc. — $853,086. T. Buck Construction Inc. — $895,911. Austin Construction Inc. — $922,860. J.P. Sicard Inc. — $1,059,237.

County: Windham Town: Wardsboro. Project Name: Wardsboro BHF 0114 (5). Contract ID: 05J006. Location: 1.1 mi. west of junction of TH 1 and VT RT 100. Project: Construction of new superstructure along with minor approach work. Contractors and Bid Amounts:

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County: Windsor Town: Chester. Project Name: Chester NH 025-1 (41). Contract ID: 08B036. Location: Beginning at MM 8.114 and extending northerly 0.246 mi. to MM 8.360. Project: Scaling, rock doweling, trim blasting, rock drains, traffic control and other related items. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Morrill Construction Inc. — $587,231. • B.U.R. Construction LLC — $673,235. • J.A. McDonald Inc. — $719,225. • J.P. Sicard Inc. — $724,285. • Bazin Brothers Trucking Inc. — $777,637. • Neil H. Daniels Inc. — $894,050. • Renaud Brothers Inc. — $968,255. • Cold River Bridges LLC — $1,229,240.


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Surestrike Breaks Glacier Granite for Ambrose Brothers When contractors need to break rock, they’ll often turn to a traditional hydraulic hammer. But when the rock in question is glacial granite boulders, something more powerful is required. Ambrose Brothers Inc. had such a need at its gravel pit in Sandwich, N.H., and found a solution in the Surestrike rock breaker. Located near the White Mountain National Park, not far from Lake Winnipesaukee, the site — a natural gravel deposit of mostly granite — is approximately 200-

progress. Whitney and Son introduced us to the Surestrike model 4000 52,000-foot-pound rock breaker. This breaker is very strong. It hits with a lot of impact and can strike the rock up to 20 times per minute,” said Bob Ambrose, owner. “The Surestrike has been breaking these granite boulders nearly effortlessly. With this ready supply of boulders scattered across our pit that we were previously unable to harvest, our production numbers increased significantly. The only

continued. “We purchased the Surestrike in May 2009, so it has been operating for well over a year. Thus far we have only needed to replace the large nylon strap inside the unit every couple of hundred hours,” he added. The Surestrike operator, Joe Ballou, an employee of Ambrose Brothers, also is impressed with the Surestrike. “I have never seen anything like it. We have tried all sorts of approaches to breaking these gran-

(L-R) are Doug Baker, sales representative of Whitney and Son; Joe Ballou, Ambrose Brothers equipment operator; and Bob Ambrose, owner of Ambrose Brothers.

The Ambrose Brothers’ gravel pit is located in Sandwich, N.H.

A Surestrike Model 4000 is mounted to a Caterpillar 350 carrier.

ite boulders. The Surestrike is the only thing we have seen that gets the job done,” he said.

acres and is part of a 600-acre site way we could have harvested these owned by Ambrose Brothers. rocks previously was by blasting Surestrike Model 4000 Much of the site has large and them, which was not very practiThe Surestrike model 4000 is mid-sized naturally formed granite cal.” rated for crushing extremely hard boulders, which date back in for“Much of the sand we had been materials. It is effective for hanmation to the ice age and were cre- producing in the pit was sandy dling glacial rock, granite, trap ated by glaciers. These boulders gravel. Breaking this hard granite rock, basalt, slag and heavy-duty are extremely difficult to break, not we are able to mix the hard granite concrete demolition, according to only because they are made of with the sandy gravel, which helps the manufacturer. granite, but because they were us make a product with the The breaker has an operating formed naturally and are round, required specifications,” Ambrose weight of 15,900 lbs. (7,212 kg), with no seams. It is the seams, cracks or fractures that make the breaking of a rock relatively easy with the use of a hydraulic hammer, according to Ambrose Brothers. “Over the years we have tried to break these boulders with hydraulic hammers. If we were able to break them at all the amount of time it took and the amount of wear that it put on the hammer and the excavator was not worth the effort to continue trying. We could put a 5,000-foot-pound hydraulic breaker on these boul- Unbroken, naturally formed granite boulders were formed over ders for hours and make little or no centuries by glaciers.

an overall height of 23 ft. (7 m), an overall width of 30 in. (76 cm) and an overall depth of 52 in. (132 cm). It has a single blow impact energy of 52,000 lbs. and a cycle time of three seconds. The striker pin diameter is 8 in. (20 cm) and the striker pin length is 33 in. (83.8 cm). Back to Nature A natural reclamation process is taking place inside the areas of the Ambrose pit where gravel is no longer being harvested. Due to a

very high water table, there is a natural underground aquifer just below the surface in the gravel pit. The holes that have been left from excavating are quickly filled with a tremendous quantity and quality of water. As area birds have visited these ponds their droppings, which contain cranberry seeds from other regions of the state, have started a natural organic cranberry bog. About Ambrose Brothers David and Edward Ambrose founded Ambrose Brothers Inc. as D.E. Ambrose and Son after World War II. They had developed their construction trades doing construction work such as building runways in the Army during World War II. Their sons, Paul (Bud) and see SURESTRIKE page 21

A close-up of the field of boulders, now crushed.


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Central Maine Auction Holds Liquidation Sale in Hermon

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entral Maine Auction Center, Hermon, Maine, hosted a complete bank liquidation auction for Thibodeau Construction on June 11 and 12. The well-attended event featured hundreds of lots of heavy equipment such as rollers, dozers, excavators and trucks of many types.

see AUCTION page 16

The complete bank liquidation sale of Thibodeau Construction at the Central Maine Auction Center was well attended.

Central Maine Auction Center is a family business with more than 30 years of experience and consists of a 15-acre facility.

Bruce Hogan (L) and Stephen Dale, both of Dale Enterprises, took the long drive from New Brunswick, Canada, to peruse the hundreds of lots of heavy equipment for sale.

The auctioneer rattled off numbers and the assistants looked for bidding cards as the pieces of equipment were driven past.

(L-R): Ethan O’Leary, H.E. Cliff & Sons, Hermon, Maine; Dan Cliff, retired; and Peter Mead, Maine Water Works Supply, Oakland, Maine, visited the sale.

These excavators were aligned in a perfect row for prospective bidders to preview before the start of the 10:30 a.m. sale.


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The QUARRYTRAX model TJ3258 offers hydraulic adjustment, overload relief, higher production yields, less maintenance, fewer repair parts, an ability to safely clear the crushing chamber following an emergency shutdown, handheld wireless controls, PLC controls and sonar level sensors.

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during peak hours on weekdays from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. will not be affected. The new bridge is scheduled to open to traffic in summer 2012, when the old Veterans Memorial Bridge will be removed. The entire project will be complete by December 2012. Project manager Jeff Folsom said that since the existing bridge will remain open during construction of the new bridge, disruption to traffic is expected to be minimal.

Portland, FEMAReach Flood Agreement PORTLAND, Maine (AP) Officials in Maine’s largest city and the Federal Emergency Management Agency have reached an agreement that keeps most of Portland Harbor from being classified as a high-risk flood zone. On June 4, FEMAreleased revised flood maps that allows new structures to be built along Commercial Street. New flood maps that FEMA had proposed would have

reclassified most all of Portland Harbor as a high-risk flood zone. It would have prohibited new construction on the waterfront and reconstruction of any structure that was more than 50 percent destroyed. The changes come after city and state officials had spent months encouraging FEMA to reconsider its flood designation for Portland harbor.

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June Auction Helps Liquidate Thibodeau Construction AUCTION from page 10

Buyers must rely entirely on their own inspection and information on the machine when purchasing equipment and Greg Holt isn’t taking any chances as he kneels to investigate the underneath of a Thunderbird wash plant.

Ben Malo, Malo Construction, Veazie, Maine, brought his son, Kaleb,2, to the first day of the two-day sale at Central Maine Auction Center.

Brothers Gene and Jamie Green, W.H. Green and & Sons, Augusta, Maine, took some time away from their busy schedules as owners of a crane company to visit the sale.

Randy Copp, Copp Equipment, Cumberland, Maine, examines a Screen Machine scalper 107D for sale at the auction.

This friendly bunch of gentlemen posed for a photo-op at Central Maine Auction Center’s sale site. (L-R) are Roy Howes, Roy’s Excavation, Turner, Maine; Arthur Cutter, retired, Salsbury, N.H.; and Randall Hamilton, Hamilton Sand Blasting, Vassalboro, Maine.

Jim Brochu of J.L. Brochu, Stratton, Maine, gets ready to start up this machine for a test run before deciding on whether to place a bid.

Shawn Burke, LaGrange, Maine, kept his shades on and wore a smile while previewing a 2007 Hyundai Robex excavator.

Central Maine Auction Center’s 15 acres are filled with inventory of all kinds.


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NEW YANMAR SVO8 ULTRA-MINI EXCAVATOR, narrows to 2ft. 3in., 2348lb. operating weight. $23,840 Sale Price $18,899

NEW YANMAR VIO45-5 EXCAVATOR, Stk# 119B, cab w/ heat & a/c, aux. hyd., hyd. q/c $70,760 Sale Price $48,999

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2006 YANMAR VIO-20 EXCAVATOR, 1440 Hrs, Hydraulic Quick Coupler, Good Tracks, Runs Great. $14,900

2006 YANMAR CBL40 LOADER BACKHOE, Stk# 515D, hydrostatic, 4 wheel drive, our rental since NEW, great machine, 315 hrs. $25,900

2006 YANMAR C30R TRACK TRUCK, 5500 Lb (2) 2007 YANMAR VIO45-5 EXCAVATORS, Stk# Payload, 330 Hrs, Great Condition. $26,900 664B (pictured above), hyd. thumb, our rental unit – well maintained, 804 hrs. Starting at $35,900

SOLD 2007 YANMAR VIO55-5 EXCAVATOR, Stk# 801B, hyd. thumb, owner trade came from here NEW, great shape, 877 hrs. $33,900

2006 YANMAR VIO15-2A EXCAVATOR, Stk# 193B, our rental since NEW, fresh service, 531 hrs. $19,900

2006 YANMAR VIO27-3 EXCAVATOR, Stk# 066B, our rental since NEW, fresh service, 699 hrs. $18,900

2006 YANMAR VIO75-A EXCAVATOR, Stk# 040B, 2006 YANMAR VIO27-3 EXCAVATOR, awesome machine, in our fleet since NEW, has been Stk# 239B, our rental unit, 282 hrs, Priced flawless, 1174 hrs, Unit being sold w/ standard w/ Digging Bucket. $29,900 Sale Price $23,900 digging bucket $57,900

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Where can you go to get high performance boom-mounted attachments? Allied Construction Products, LLC For over 65 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: UÊSimple, proven design (Our attachments have high resale or trade-in value) U Reliable performance (If you purchased an Allied attachment, you’re probably still using it) U 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 Sandvik (Rammer) and AR Series™ hammers. Allied’s attachments don’t take a back seat to any competitor. In particular, our Sandvik(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 the Tyler Equipment Corporation office nearest you. We’ve become attached to your machines.

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Gorilla Silverback Series Fits Wide Variety of Machine Sizes The Gorilla Hammers Silverback series hammer is designed for contractors who work with concrete, stone, granite and ledge. With an enlarged piston for maximum energy, the series has a simplistic design with only two moving parts: the piston and the shuttle valve. Less moving parts leads to less breakage and less maintenance, according to the manufacturer. The Silverback series fits on machines starting from a skid steer with a 600 ft. lb.

hammer to a 100,000 lb. excavator carrying a 14,000 ft. lb. hammer. The series includes the GHB60, 70, 75, 90, 100, 120, 135, 150, 155, 160, 165 and 180. After assembly, the hammers are field tested and evaluated, including a cycle test, a pound test, an energy output test and a structure test. Lifetime technical assistance is available. For more information, visit www.gorillahammers.com

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CONSTRUCTION AUCTION QUINNIPIAC COMMISSION AUCTION MANAGED BY DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. SATURDAY, July 31, 2010 9:00 A.M. LOCATION: DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. 210 CHESHIRE ROAD, RT. 68, PROSPECT, CT THINK SUNSHINE!!!

Quinnipiac Commission Auction will be conducting our next auction of utility and construction equipment and related supplies on July 31, 2010. This auction will consist of equipment from utility companies; municipalities; contractors; and others. All equipment from crushing operation, utility companies, and municipalities are sold in absolute.

Early Consignments: Contractor Selling Out Complete Crushing Operation: DRESSER 555 5 1/2 yd. Wheel Loader, s/n 3663, shows 1500 hrs; DRESSER 555 5 1/2 yd. Wheel Loader, s/n 3567, shows 1700 hrs; DRESSER 550 5 1/2 yd. Wheel Loader, s/n 2235, shows 3250 hrs; MDI/YUTANI 180LC Hyd. Excavator, s/n 371, shows 3500 hrs; MDI/YUTANI MD320BLC Hyd. Excavator, s/n 371, shows 6400 hrs; AKERMAN H16D Hyd. Excavator, aux. hyd., s/n 8063, shows 9600 hrs; STANLEY MB4900 Hyd. Hammer adapted for H16 Excavator; INGERSOLL RAND SP48 Vibratory Roller, s/n 6210S, shows 620 hrs; KOMATSU D39EX21A Crawler Dozer, EROPS, A/C, 6 way blade, s/n 1543, shows 824 hrs; INTERNATIONAL/DRESSER TD8E Crawler Dozer, OROPS, 6 way blade; INTERNATIONAL/DRESSER TD20 Crawler Dozer, hyd. tilt, excellent undercarriage; INTERNATIONAL/ DRESSER 125E Crawler Loader, OROPS, 4 in 1 bucket; KOMATSU WB150 Wheel Loader Backhoe, EROPS, extend-a-hoe, 4x4, s/n A60124, under 800 hrs; VOLVO BM20 3 axle Articulating Rock Truck, s/n A20Z1237; EUCLID R22 Rock Truck, s/n 5045; EUCLID R22 Rock Truck; INGERSOLL RAND 1100CFM Compressor; INGERSOLL RAND ECM350 Air Track Drill; POWER SCREEN 2 Deck Portable Screening Plant w/side conveyor, diesel; BROWN LENEX 52” Cone Crusher, electric, on 2 axle trailer; BROWN LENEX 36”x42” Jaw Crusher w/42”x16’ feeder deck, Cat 3306 power, on 3 axle trailer; WSW 3 Deck 6’x16’ Screening Plant, electric, on single axle trailer; POWER SCREEN Portable 30”x70’ Radial Stacking Conveyor; 24”x65’ Portable Radial Stacking Conveyor; 24”x65’ Portable Radial Stacking Conveyor; 42”x60’ Stationary Conveyor; 30”x60’ Stationary Conveyor; 36”x50’ Stationary Conveyor; Several Other Misc. Small Conveyors, some w/shaker screens; CAT 3412 Generator, skid mounted, 1200KW 265/460V.3Ø4W, s/n 620-9007R, shows very low hrs; Commercial Concrete Forms- over 500 pieces; 100 ton 2FT6011 Truck Scale, (3) 10’x20’ sections; Tree Spade for 3 yd. loader; Staging; Grubber Blade for dozer and much much more. The above crushing operation has very low hours and has been sitting idle for the past few years. You name it, it looks like it’s coming!! More arriving daily. This is our early tentative list. Call for updated list towards the end of July. We accept consignments up thru WEDNESDAY prior to sale. We never know what will be consigned at the last minute – so come to our inspection and find out! INSPECTION: FRIDAY, July 30, 2010

This is when/where you find out what is really here!!!

9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECKS WITH IDENTIFICATION. ABSENTEE BIDS ACCEPTED.

Website list frequently updated. If you don’t see what you want here, visit website for updates. Call for more information: DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. (203) 758-4087 or 1-800-201-4368 www.davisauctionsinc.com

Auctioneer: Reginald Lussier Lyndonville, VT 05851 NH License# 2413


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Company Tackles Endless Variety of Massive Projects STERLING from page 1

‘Masters of the Extraordinary’ There is no end to the type of projects that Sterling has tackled. “We did a project that involved the heavy lift (mobilization) of huge gas generators (turbines) — 250 tons each — that were delivered by rail to the Charlestown (Mass.) navy dock where they were picked (by crane) by Sterling Equipment and moved to Raytheon,” said DeCrescenzo. “We moved the old Coast Guard base — from land to a barge — and transported the building itself here to our yard in Quincy,” he added. “We off-loaded and transported the jacking system for the dismantling of the Goliath crane that was located here in the old Naval Shipyard,” said DeCrescenzo. “We assisted Horizon with plowing and support of a pipeline job — providing service at both ends with tie-ins, Beverly to Weymouth, Massachusetts, quite a haul,” he added. Having played a key role in many of the area’s other most prominent large-scale, in-water and water’s edge construction projects, including Boston’s Deer Island Treatment Facility and the Central Artery Tunnel, Sterling’s team stands out as “masters of the extraordinary.” For pile driving, waterfront property rehabilitation, shoreline facilities, bulkhead and pier projects, soil stabilization jobs, beach and shoreline work and much more, Sterling can tow the line. In addition to the facility in Quincy, at the old Naval Shipyard, Sterling also has a full service/rental repair yard located in Staten Island, N.Y.

The Quincy yard has ample pier space, water depths to 30 feet, 300-ton (272 t) crane service and easy access to metropolitan Boston.

Different Kind of fleet Sterling provides unique equipment for specialty jobs and diverse projects throughout New England and the rest of the U.S. “We have specialized in marine equipment for over 20 years. Continuing with our tradition of excellence, we fill the changing needs of our customers by updating and expanding our heavy civil and marine rental divisions. We provide cranes, excavators and buckets through our Heavy Division and barges, dredges, scows and tugs from our Marine Division,” added DeCrescenzo. “Not only is our equipment in top-notch condition, but it is provided at reasonable rates and from various locations up and down the Eastern Seaboard.” Sterling’s Marine Division boasts barges from 90 to 300 ft. (27.4 to 91.4 m), both inland classed and ABS classed, tugs from 250 to 2,200 hp (186 to 1,640 kW) and scows from 1,500 to 4,000 yds. (1,371 to 3,658 m). Its Heavy Division includes cranes and heavy lifts from 65 to 350 ton (59 to 318 t) and a full line of excavators. The Quincy yard has ample pier space, water depths to 30 ft. (9 m), 300 ton (272 t) crane service and easy access to metropolitan Boston. It is also home to a full service mechanic shop — staffed by highly qualified mechanics to meet all heavy equipment needs and repairs. The East Boston location has a head wall 250 ft. (76.2 m) long, water to accommodate barges and most tugs, 300-ton crane service and easy access to metropolitan Boston. The Staten Island location also has a head wall 250 ft. long, water to accommodate barges and most tugs, 300-ton The Quincy yard’s full-service mechanic shop.

see STERLING page 22


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Third, Fourth Generations Keep Company Going Strong SURESTRIKE from page 6

David, ran the second generation of the company; and today their children, Bob and Ed, along with Bob and Ed’s children, Rob and Paul, run the company. The company does site work, both commercial and residential, and it operates a quarry and a gravel pit. The aggregate products are sold to both private and municipal customers around the Lakes Region of New Hampshire (Lake Winnipesaukee and the lake areas north of Lake Winnipesaukee). The company has 35 employees and a

fleet of equipment that includes 10 trucks, seven excavators, three dozers and five wheel loaders. The earthmoving fleet is made up of Caterpillar and Komatsu machines. For crushing purposes it owns a Nordberg crusher that it purchased from Whitney and Son in the mid 1980s from sales representative Doug Baker. For more information, visit www.surestrike.biz or www.whitneyandson.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Within minutes of beginning, giant portions of granite break away from the boulder, until the once 8-ft. (2.4 m) plus diameter boulder is broken down to 2ft. (.6 m) minus crushable rocks.


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ADVERTISER INDEX

Co. Anticipates Increasing Need for Its Unique Service

ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ......................................14 ACR EQUIPMENT ............................................................15 ARGUS INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ......................................1 ASTRO CRANE ................................................................15 AUTOMATION INC ..........................................................12 BARRY EQUIPMENT CO ..................................................8 CHADWICK BAROSS MA ................................................18 CLASSIFIEDS ..................................................................15 CONTRACTOR’S CORNER ............................................15 DAVIS AUCTION ..............................................................19 DOOSAN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND ........................13 E W SLEEPER CO ............................................................1 E-QUIP SALES & LEASING ............................................21 FEL-TECH HAMMER DIVISION ........................................9 FOLEY MARINE & INDUSTRIAL ENGINE ........................1 GORILLA HAMMERS ....................................................1,7 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT......................11 KRAFT POWER CORP ......................................................1 LOU GIZA EQUIPMENT ....................................................1 MID CITY STEEL CO........................................................15 MILTON CAT ....................................................................15 MULTI MACHINE INC ........................................................1 NEW HAMPSHIRE GOOD ROADS ................................18 PITTSFIELD LAWN & TRACTOR ....................................17 ROGERS BROTHERS......................................................23 THE N.I.C.E. COMPANY ..................................................8 TST HYDRAULICS INC ....................................................1 TYLER EQUIPMENT CO ..............................................3,17 W I CLARK CO ..................................................................2 WOODCO ........................................................................24 WOODS CRW OF NH CORP ............................................5 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.

Sterling Equipment’s team hard at work drilling holes in Boston Harbor. STERLING from page 20

crane service and provides easy access to all New York areas, and the Hudson River and New Jersey ports. The yards are manned by mechanics, welders, fitters and operators and managed by marine personnel. The company is capable of assembling equipment of all sizes, and walking onto barges at all of its facilities. Sterling rents fork trucks and cranes in its yards on land and on the sea and offers man lifts, welding services, Bobcats loaders and trucking. Filling a Niche DeCrescenzo recognizes that Sterling’s speciality is unique, but sees the potential for growth as ongoing. “Yes, the marine equipment/construction industry is a special niche, requiring expertise and experience. But, as the world looks to its oceans for more resources, our business must expand to meet the needs of the demand.” Currently, Sterling employs approximately 15 people on staff for the rental division and daily operations. However, that number can increase significantly depending upon ongoing projects, domestically, as well as internationally.

ees work to the best of their ability to provide excellent service to the customer and to promote Sterling on all levels.” Precision and attention to detail are common threads in every Sterling Equipment job, but when the focus is on marine construction, the power and unpredictable nature of the sea also dictates an experienced, specialized approach. Winds, tides and the corrosiveness of salt water, all have an impact on construction specifications so specialized equipment and experienced personnel are a must. The equipment fleet is owned and operated by Sterling. This fleet includes the largest inventory of marine support equipment on the east coast, with each piece carefully maintained and with the constant updating and expansion of the fleet, the equipment is among the most technologically advanced available. “Our mission and philosophy at Sterling Equipment is simple,” said DeCrescenzo. “We strive to provide the best equipment and the best possible service on every project for every company.” For more information, call 1-888MRBARGE or visit www.sterlingequipment.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Water Offers Unique Challenges DeCrescenzo has been with the company since its inception, and is one of the primary CEG reasons for its growth and success. General manager Mark Quinn joined Sterling in 1999 and has provided leadership for more than 10 years. Along the way, Sterling purchased Coen Marine Co. in New York, incorporating them into the existing business. “Our company’s success has been established through a team effort,” said DeCrescenzo. “All employ- Sterling Equipment’s jack up barge.


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