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Westhaver. RED Technologies will manage all of the controlled materials from the I-95/Q-Bridge project and all associated projects through the I-95 corridor for the next three years. “Any controlled material that comes off the project comes to the Waste Stock Area [WSA yard] to be tested for contamination,” said David Costanzo, RED Technologies sales and logistics manager and project manager of this job. “[The contractors] know they are working in an area of environmental concern. The various contractors that are out there working like Walsh, O&G and Middlesex come and dump their materials into one of the bins. Once the material is in the bin, TRC Solutions, who is an oversight engineering firm that works for the state, is responsible for testing the

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waste, which is brought to a subtitle C landfill,” said Westhaver. The Brewery Street waste stock area site contains approximately 24 concrete block bins that house about 750 tons of controlled materials, according to Costanzo. These bins were built and designed by the state to hold this material. “The material comes in off the projects and gets dumped in the bins. We push it up into a stockpile and cover it [then] the state tests that soil stockpile. Once it’s tested we designate it for disposal based upon the analytical data at one of the three areas mentioned above and bring it there on a dump truck,” said Costanzo. Keeping It Clean RED Technologies also is in charge of maintenance and operation of the central ground water treatment facility and sweeping the roadways in connection with the project. The state wants everything meticulously clean — even the entrances around the jobs and on the streets, according to Costanzo. “We are acting like a ‘clearing house’ for different contractors who have production set on their jobs and they’re constantly bringing materials in and dumping it, pushing it and piling it up and it’s our job to get the materials out of here to keep the space open for them to keep moving materials in,” he said. To meet the strict air emission standards, RED Technologies bought a Schwarze A7000 regenerative air sweeper from W.I. Clark. “This sweeper contains the air so that there is no discharge or ‘dirty’ air so it helps on the impact of the environment,” see RED page 11

RED Technologies’ Schwarze sweeper has a bigger set of brooms on it so it can do the gutters, and includes a vacuum attachment.


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W.I. Clark Provides Efficient Equipment DISPLAY ADS/ CLASSIFIEDS RED from page 4

said Greg Hurlburt, sales representative of W.I. Clark. “The material that is going in and out could be potentially classified as nuisance dust emissions, so you don’t want to discharge that ‘dirty’ air back into the atmosphere. [The A7000] basically takes the air and regenerates it through the sweeper and helps to suck up the dirt particles up off the ground and helps contain all of the potential pollutants that could get in the air,” Hurlburt said. “The operator is probably sweeping upwards about six hours a day and covers about a 10-mile radius around the WSA yard. The sweeper is extremely productive … it just sucks everything up,” said Costanzo. The sweeper has an extra water tank so it can contain an extra 350 gal. (1,325 L) of water and has a bigger set of brooms on it so it can do the gutters. It includes a vacuum attachment for manholes and complies with emission standards. “Over the next three years the state estimates they will go through about 82,000 tons of controlled materials,”

Robert Ragauskas of the 478 Operators/Engineers local union is operating the sweeper for RED Technologies.

said Costanzo. Reusable Stockpile Area RED Technologies also maintains and manages an RSA (reusable stockpile area). Approximately five acres in size, RED manages it as a stockpile area — any materials going inbound or outbound is handled there. “We have the capability of process-

ing up to 5,000 cubic yards of material daily,” said Costanzo. The material in the RSA can all be reused back onsite. RED Technologies utilizes a tracking system: each load that comes in has a ticket so the operators know what project and at what location the material eminated from and any material that leaves the RSA is tracked in the same fashion. RED Technologies uses a John Deere 844J wheel loader, purchased from W.I. Clark, to load up any trucks at the RSA. The wheel loader is equipped with a load-right scale system that can measure exactly how much material is in the bucket, which enables them to load each truck legally to the maximum so they are getting the most material moved and it’s not overweight. They also can measure the amount of material that comes off each truckload. “Everything has to be recorded,” Costanzo said. “The wheel loader is fuel efficient — saves upwards of $20,000 in fuel costs.” The 844J also has special air emission standards to meet EPA protocols. see RED page 12

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That’s where the remediation comes into play, he added, Working With W.I. indicating the “R” in RED Clark Technologies. While Westhaver thinks the “Environmental and sweeper is “great,” he’s also Engineering [the E in RED quite pleased with W.I. Clark. Technologies], dealing with all “I can speak very highly of the different types of contamiW.I. Clark and Greg [Hurlburt] nants and constituents that and his predecessor, Ray Tripodina. Greg and W.I. Clark RED Technologies LLC is managing all of the mate- come across and the engineerhave done a great job in terms rials from the Q-Bridge/I-95 project at its WSA ing is working the construction of renting equipment, leasing yard (waste stockpiling area) at the Brewery side of it. The engineers put equipment and purchasing Street site in New Haven, Conn. Any materials that everything together and ‘engidug out of the Q-Bridge/I-95 project are neer’ the job. Then you have equipment. Any time that are brought to this place and classified if it’s clean fill the development (the D in we’ve come to them with a material or if it’s hazardous material. RED Technologies) — we’ve problem or an issue or a condone some brownfields work, cern or a type of piece of equipus with that. Because we have the peowhere they’ve done redevelopments on ment that we need, Greg has always ple in place between the finance departprojects and sites,” he said. come up with a constructive way of ment and used equipment we can put “The company is very hands-on,” obtaining that piece of equipment for things together for our customers.” said Hurlburt. “I’ve been in their us,” Westhaver said. W.I. Clark was founded in 1925 by Portland yard before and I’ve seen both “Working with Greg at W.I. Clark Winfred Ira Clark. It has represented Adam and Mathew in the machines. allows us to create a competitive edge Ingersoll Rand since 1925, John Deere Barbara even has her Class B CDL when bidding for a job. We’ll be bidsince 1975, and started representing license and often taunts both Adam and ding a job with certain specifications Wirtgen, Hamm, and Vogele in 2008. Matt on their diving capabilities or lack and we’ll provide Greg with the information and he’ll go out and locate all of In addition, it also represents manufac- thereof. They are very hands-on and I the equipment and then we’ll look at all turers of lasers, hydraulic breakers, skid think that’s something that the guys that of the information he provides us with, steers, concrete pulverizers, pumps and work here really appreciate. They do come out and talk and care about their which allows us, internally, to provide a more. Founded in 2003, by Barbara and guys. That’s one thing that I really competitive edge for our company Adam Westhaver, RED Technologies noticed with them and it’s really nice to when putting our bid together. Greg is a remediation, engineering and see in a young company, that they gives us the ability to create various development contractor that provides know their employees.” options or packages. remediation, heavy highway and site The hands-on work ethic is some“W.I. Clark is basically an extension construction services throughout New thing Westhaver learned early in life. of RED Technologies,” said England and the tri-state area. “My grandfather from the age of 13 Westhaver. “Greg had some big shoes President and managing member drove us down to get our working to fill after Ray, and I loved his perseBarbara oversees the day-to-day operapapers, and told us that we were going verance. He kept coming up with diftions, hauling, permitting, and complito work and understand the value of a ferent ways and approaches, which ance issues while Adam serves as vice dollar. He instilled in us from an early works out for both him and us because president/member/sales and marketing. age a work ethic and the way to treat as RED Technologies grows, W.I. Adam’s brother, Matthew Westhaver, people that includes the following valClark will grow.” is the CFO. ues: you don’t treat anybody, and I According to Hurlburt, the feeling is “We are a young company on the mean anybody, other than the way you mutual. fast track to becoming a top tier conwould want yourself to be treated. “I am not their sales representative … I want to be part of their company. struction company in the state. For We’ll get out there, I’ll grab a shovel, They are a young company and I want environmental and construction, we are I’ll start digging in the dirt if I have to to grow with them so I’m going to look a full-service environmental construc- dig in the dirt. I’ll do whatever I need to out for their best interest, not just the tion company,” said Adam Westhaver. do to get the job done and when I go In the past, Westhaver observed out to the job, I don’t go out as the sale. I want to make sure the specs for “that the construction guys wanted to owner of the company. Because when I all their machines are correct. I want to do construction. That’s all they really cross that line onto the job site — like offer him what is going to be best for cared about, building, digging, etc. right now — Dave’s the project manhim in the long run. Then you have the consultant side of it ager. I work for Dave. He’s going to tell “We [W.I. Clark] really look at the that deals with the regulations, guide- me what to do. It’s his job and his entire picture. When someone asks me lines and the standards that need to be responsibility,” Westhaver said.There to put a package together, we will look set from an environmental standpoint, are four divisions within the company. at every angle to see what the best posbut they don’t understand construction. • Asbestos Transportation and sible position we can put the customer “So, it was always in the back of our Disposal in because the bidding is so tight today. • Heavy Highway Construction It is absolutely incredible how tight mind to form a company that can do the construction and also understand • Remediation and Regulatory things are, so any bit of a competitive the environmental side of it. It’s a ‘winCompliance Services edge that you can have is vital. And I win’ situation all the way around and • Contaminated and Hazardous Soil think the equipment we offer provides that’s exactly what we’re doing.” see RED page 14


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CONSTRUCTION AUCTION SATURDAY, August 20, 2011 9:00 A.M. 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 August 20, 2011. This auction will consist of equipment from utility companies; municipalities; contractors; and others. All equipment from utility companies and municipalities are sold in absolute. Concrete Forming Company going out of business- all equipment to be sold in absolute.

Early Consignments from Utility Companies: (4) 2000 INT’L 4700, w/Altec D945BR Digger Derrick, auger, pole grabber, utility body, 4 hyd. stabilizers; 1995 FORD F700, w/Reading open utility service body, Cummins diesel, Allison 6 speed; 2005 FORD F350, w/utility body & plow, 4x4; 2002 FORD F350, w/plow, 4x4; 2001 FORD F350, w/utility body & plow, 4x4; 2001 FORD F350, w/utility body, lift gate, 4x4; (2) 2001 FORD F250, w/utility body, 4x4; 2001 FORD F250; (2) 2000 FORD F250; 2002 GMC Sonoma Ext. Cab Pickup, tool box, bed cover, 4x4; 2002 FORD E250 Van, Triton V8; Lg. Quanity of Pico Bucket Truck Buckets.

Early Consignments: Concrete Forming Company going out of Business- 1986 FORD LNT8000, w/Atlas Boom; 1984 GMC 6 yd. Dump Truck; 1996 GMC 3500 Sierra Pickup; 1989 FORD F250 Pickup, w/plow, 4x4; 1981 Homemade Flat Trailer; 700 +/- pcs. Of 4 Bar Concrete Forms, w/accessories & fillers; 17 +/Concrete Form Cages; Concrete Finishing Machines; Form Sprayer, Compactor, Welder Generator; (2) Water Pumps; Etc. CAT D5C Crawler Dozer, low hours; DRESSER 515B Wheel Loader, quick disconnect, bucket, & forks; BOBCAT T180 Track Skid Steer Loader, EROPS, A/C, Heat; JOHN DEERE 250 Skid Steer Loader; TREE FARMER C7E Grapple Skidder, w/winch; TAKEUCHI TB125 Hyd. Excavator, w/blade; JLG 26MRT Platform Lift, 4x4; INGERSOLL RAND 6-4MH Light Plant, low hours; Clark Forklift; KUBOTA F2400 Tractor, w/mower & leaf blower, 4x4; 1987 FORD L8000, w/3 compartment 2800 gal. aluminum tank, hoses, pump, & meter; 2006 FORD F250 XLT Super Duty, w/Boss 8.5 v-plow; 2003 FORD Excursion SUV, diesel, lift kit, 4x4; 2000 FORD Ranger; 1999 FORD Ranger; 1997 INT’L School Bus; 2002 FORD Econoline 150 Van; 2001 CHRYSLER Town & Country Van; LINCOLN SAE-400 Arc Welder; (2) POWER PRO 8750E 15 HP Generator; 3 PtH Equipment; CRAFTSMAN Table Saw; RIGID Planer/Jointer; L-TEC Portable Plasma Cutter; Pallet Jack; Scooter; Horse Drawn Double Sled; Horse Drawn 4 Wheel Wagon; WIARD Walking Plow; Wagon Seat; (2) Sets of Horse Harnesses; Sheds; Cement Lawn Ornaments; Contractor’s Tools; Shop Tools and much much more. You name it, it looks like it's coming!! More arriving daily. This is our early tentative list. 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, August 19, 2011 Call for more information: DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. (203) 758-4087 or 1-800-201-4368 www.davisauctionsinc.com

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

9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. Auctioneer: Reginald Lussier Lyndonville, VT 05851 NH License# 2413


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ADVERTISER INDEX

Schwarze A7000 Sweeper Uses GEO Designed Broom System RED from page 12

ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ........................................5 ACR EQUIPMENT ............................................................11 ARGUS INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ......................................1 ASTRO CRANE ................................................................11 BARRY EQUIPMENT CO ..................................................6 C N WOOD CO INC ........................................................16 CLASSIFIED......................................................................11 CONTRACTOR’S CORNER ............................................11 DAVIS AUCTIONS INC ....................................................13 DOOSAN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND ..........................9 FOLEY MARINE & INDUSTRIAL ENGINES ......................1 GORILLA HAMMERS ........................................................1 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ....................15 J R VINAGRO CORPORATION ........................................1 KRAFT POWER CORP ......................................................1 LOU GIZA EQUIPMENT ....................................................1 MID CITY STEEL CO........................................................11

Transportation and Disposal “RED helps the environment go green,” said Adam Westhaver. The Schwarze model A7000 street sweeper is a heavy-duty, chassis-mounted, regenerative air sweeper with an 8.4 cu. yd. (6.4 cu m) hopper. The A7000’s blower system generates a high velocity air column, which is propelled into the top of the sweeping head through a 14-in. (35.5 cm) blast tube. The air is first pressurized in the upper chamber of the sweeping head and then expelled into the head’s lower chamber through what is called a “blast orifice.” This is a slot in the sweeping head that forces the air against the pavement at an angle, creating a “peeling” or “knifing” effect. This high volume air blast loosens the debris from the pavement surface, then transports it across the width of the sweeping head and lifts it into the containment hopper via a 14-in. suction tube. This highly efficient system ensures that even hard-to-reach particles hidden within pavement cracks and irregularities are removed, including the “PM-10 fines”

known to contain a high percentage of heavy metals, phosphates and other pollutants. Double-belted curtains on the front and rear of the sweeping head contain the circulating air flow to assure debris transfer with minimal escape of fugitive dust, according to the manufacturer. In contrast to mechanical broom sweepers, the A7000 sweeper collects the micronsized contaminants that accumulate on roads and streets. The particular Schwarze sweeper being used by RED Technologies has a GEO (gutter broom extension override) designed broom system, which cuts down on one extra broom. “This saves the customer the expense of having a third broom — that’s all part of the regenerative air suction and allows it to come through and create more of a vacuum [without the 3rd broom],” said Hurlburt. “This will save the customer both money and time because there will be less maintenance for two brooms than three.” The Schwarze sweeper is powered by a John Deere engine with a catalytic converter to meet the state emission requirements. CEG

Trask-Decrow Machinery Adds Shawn Fortin to Service Team

MILTON CAT ....................................................................11 MULTI MACHINE INC ........................................................1 PERRYS EQUIPMENT INC ............................................12 ROGERS BROTHERS........................................................8 T-QUIP SALES & RENTAL INC ........................................10 THE N.I.C.E. COMPANY ..................................................6 TYLER EQUIPMENT CO ..............................................3,10 U S CONSTRUCTION FABRICS LLC ............................10 W I CLARK CO ..................................................................2 WANTED MACK TRUCKS ..............................................12 WOODS CRW OF NH CORP ............................................7 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.

Trask-Decrow Machinery, South Portland, Maine has added Shawn Fortin to its existing team of service technicians. Fortin will contribute 20 plus years of technical experience to the service team. For more information, call 800/287-1538 or visit www.trask-decrow.com.


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Chappell Tractor Sales, Inc. Milford, NH 800/698-2640

Chappell Tractor East, LLC Brentwood, NH 800/616-5666

Kahn Tractor & Equipment, Inc. North Franklin, CT 860/642-7596


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200 Merrimac Street Woburn, MA 781-935-1919

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New England #16, 2011