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After some 30 years of laying foundations, supervising earthmovers and breaking ground, Frank Annaldo needed to do more digging. Deeply, within his own torso. And when he did, he saved his own life. Annaldo, a construction worker, supervisor and builder for three decades from Hampton, N.H., was one of hundreds of cancer survivors who recently told their story over the airwaves in Boston in August. Annaldo and his gastrointestinal oncologist, Dr. Robert Mayer of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, were guests on the popular Dale and Holley mid-day show on WEEI Sports Radio Network, the flagship station of the Boston Red Sox and Celtics. The broadcast was part of 36 hours of the WEEI/New England Sports Network (NESN) Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon to raise money for cancer

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progressively, into learning how to build homes completely. I learned and learned, from A to Z, then left to start my own business.” In 1997, Annaldo began his own company, but not in Hampton. “We moved out to Kansas back in 1991, because the economy went down then,” he said. “My wife took on a job at Garmin, the GPS Company. So, we moved out to Kansas and, again, I took on superintendent jobs. At one point, I started my own home building company with a partner.” Still with Boston roots, his choice of company name was curious. “It was called East Coast Homes,” he laughed. “I actually thought about being from here. I actually took some kidding about it [out in Kansas].” Annaldo ran his business for almost three years. “We kind of decided we wanted to move back home to Hampton, New Hampshire,” which is 30 miles north of Boston on the Massachusetts/New Hampshire line. Ironically, he didn’t keep the name East Coast Homes. He worked for a year to get his feet wet again, then named his company after himself, Annaldo Construction. “That was easy,” he laughed. “I am a one-man show. If I need people, if I do a bigger job, I’ll hire subcontractors to do the electrical, do the plumbing. They get it done quicker. But, I’m pretty much a one-man show. There are a lot less headaches,” said Annaldo. Sudden Affliction The aches, however, unexpectedly began to come not in Annaldo’s head, but deep within his torso. “In 2007, I just went for a routine physical. I had a little stomachache. It had just gone on a little bit longer than I thought was normal,” said Annaldo. He had planned a colonoscopy anyway, but pushed it up sooner. “That’s when they found it. They found cancer, a mass in my colon, the size of a golf ball. I was 51. “I was supposed to do a colonoscopy the year before, but I blew it off. I had a lot of jobs to see ANNALDO 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: Orleans Towns: Newport City, village of Derby Line. Project Name: Derby STP 2703(1) Newport City STP 2719(1). Contract ID: 07D202. Location: Beginning in the city of Newport near intersection of Pleasant Street (U.S. Route 5) at MM 0.004 and extending northerly along alt. U.S. Route 5 for a distance of 1.269 mi. to the intersection of West Main Street (U.S. Route 5) at MM 1.273. Beginning in village of Derby on U.S. Route 5 at MM 5.118 and extending northerly along U.S. Route 5 for a distance of 0.816 mi. to U.S./Canadian border at MM 5.934. Also beginning in village of Derby on alt. U.S. Route 5 at MM 0.000 at intersection of U.S. Route 5 and extending easterly along alt. U.S. Route 5 for a distance of 0.604 mi. to Derby town line at MM. 0.604. A 0.091 mi. approach will end at MM. 0.091. Project: Cold planing and resurfacing of existing highway with a leveling course and wearing course, new pavement markings, guard rail, signs and other incidental items. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Pike Industries Inc. — $2,085,996.

County: Chittenden Towns: Westford, Fairfax. Project Name: Westfrd-Fairfax AC STP 2804(1). Contract ID: 08C212. Location: On Vt. Route 128 at MM 1.304 and extending northerly along Vt. Route 128 for a distance of 5.889 mi. to MM. 0.626. Also includes Vt. Route 128 approach beginning in town of Fairfax at MM 0.002 and extending easterly along Vt. Route 128 approach for a distance of 0.094 mi. to Vt. Route 128 approach MM. 0.096. Project: Cold planing, reclaiming and resurfacing of existing highway with a reclaimed stabilized base, leveling course and wearing course, new pavement markings, guardrail, signs and other incidental items. Contractors and Bid Amounts:

• Frank W. Whitcomb Construction Corp. — $2,423,655. • Pike Industries Inc. — $2,838,627. • Kubricky Construction Corp. — $2,875,315.

County: Addison Town: Cornwall. Project Name: Cornwall BRS 0172(6). Contract ID: 85E042. Location: Beginning at a point on Vt. Route 125 approximately .4 mi. east of Bridport/Cornwall town line extending southerly then easterly along Vt. Route

125 for a distance of 1,050 ft. and on town Highway 33. Beginning at its intersection with Vt. 125 and extending southerly for a distance of 295 ft. Project: Replacement of Bridge No. 9, construction of single span plate girder superstructure on integral abutments, construction of temporary bridge and temporary detour approaches, reconstruction of roadway approaches and cold planing of Vt. Route 125 and TH 33. Contractors and Bid Amounts:

• A.L. St. Onge Contractor Inc. — $3,154,258. • S.D. Ireland Concrete Construction Corp. – $3,591,005. • Beck & Bellucci Inc. — $3,645,145. • Parent Construction Inc. — $3,770,075. • Austin Construction Inc. — $4,080,093.

County: Bennington Town: Bennington. Project Name: Bennington AC NH 019-1(54). Contract ID: 06B176. Location: Beginning at a point approximately 1,116 ft. west of East Road and extending to ending at a point approximately 902 ft. west of U.S. Route 7 in a north and west direction. Project: Grading, drainage, subbase, pavement, signing work in various locations, landscaping and rehabilitation of three bridges for a state highway. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • J.A. McDonald Inc. — $17,868,465.

County: Statewide Town: Statewide. Project Name: Statewide BRO INSP(11). Contract ID: 10K034. Location: Various locations statewide. Project: Furnishing access for bridge inspection of specified timber framed covered bridges and metal truss bridges. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • J.P. Sicard Inc. — $442,000. • Renaud Brothers Inc. — $751,300.

County: Chittenden Town: Richmond. Project Name: Richmond IM BPNT (3). Contract ID: 08A206. Location: Bridges No. 55 north and south on I-89 over Jericho Road (TH 4). Bridges No. 56 north and south located on I-89 over U.S. 2 at exit 11. Bridge No. 59 south located on I-89 over Kenyon Road (TH 8). Project: Cleaning and repainting the existing steel superstructure members and minor associated work. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Amstar of Western New York Inc. — $849,698. • Atsalis Brothers Painting Co. — $1,139,370. • Abhe & Svoboda Inc. — $1,943,310.


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• Traffic Markings Inc. — $2,095,338. • Hi-Way Safety Systems — $2,206,184. • Roadsafe Traffic Systems Inc. — $2,504,149. R.I. Contract No.: 2010-DF-002 Project: Emergency repairs to Route 102. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Aetna Bridge Co. — $820,945. R.I. Contract No.: 2010-DF-010 Project: Emergency repairs to Yawgoo Valley Road. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • John Rocchio Corp. — $197,500. R.I. Contract No.: 2010-DF-014 Project: Emergency repairs to Route 110. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Digregorio Corp. — $148,000. R.I. Contract No.: 2010-DF-019 Project: Emergency flood declaration — West Natick Road. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Narragansett Improvement Co. — $599,197. R.I. Contract No.: 2010-DF-020 Project: Emergency repairs to Route 91, Bridge No. 261. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • D’Ambra Construction Co. Inc. — $197,780.

R.I. Contract No.: 2010-DF-021 Project: Emergency repairs to sites east of I-295. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Lucena Bros. — $244,875. R.I. Contract No.: 2010-DF-022 Project: Emergency repairs to sites west of I-295. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Cardi Corp. — $337,513. R.I. Contract No.: 2010-DF-024 Project: Demolition of Laurel Avenue Bridge No. 397. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Testa Corp. — $289,000. R.I. Contract No.: 2010-DF-026 Project: Emergency repairs to Bristol and Newport County maintenance districts. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • J.H. Lynch & Sons — $197,500. R.I. Contract No.: 20100-DF-038 Project: Emergency repairs to Old Colony Railroad — Newport branch. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Cardi Corp. — $299,000. • J.H. Lynch & Sons — $329,600. • Aetna Bridge Co. — $1,053,000.


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interior remodeling, kitchens, I’ve done 160 windows in the last three weeks. I’ve got work until the end of the year. I really haven’t stopped,” said Annaldo. But the disease he fights is insidious. “They found a small spot in my lung. It has to be examined again in September. I’ve not overly concerned about it. Dana-Farber has done wonderful things for me.” Annaldo drives into Boston every three months for blood work, six months for scans. He’ll make fewer visits as he gets closer to the five-year survival mark. But the most recent drive into Boston was to share his story with all of New England and beyond; to 500,000 radio listeners. “Dr. Mayer called me and just asked if I would do it with him, go on air, and I said, ‘I’d do it in a heartbeat. Absolutely,’ ” said Annaldo. On WEEI, during the Dale ArnoldMichael Holley mid-day show, Annaldo told listeners, “‘I’m here. I’m alive because of Dana Farber. I’m doing really well and I can’t say enough about it. [When I was diagnosed] It was a shock. I was set back by it.

do,” said the one-man show. “One of the leading causes for the kind of cancer I had is your diet. I can attest to that. You eat off that lunch wagon that comes into the parking lot every day…. If you’re eating bad food all the time, well…” Frank Annaldo had to tell his wife Michelle, his son Jason, (from a previous marriage), his daughter, Lauren, and daughter Renee, who was barely a teen at the time. “I didn’t tell them right away. My younger daughter, Renee, I just told her I had some stomach problems. It’s just one of those things where you try to figure out how to tell them,” said Annaldo. Immediate surgery was necessary at Dana-Farber in Boston, one of the most respected cancer centers on earth. “They removed 85 percent of my colon. I had seven other polyps that weren’t cancerous, but they were there,” he added. “They took out a lot. After that, I healed up.” Annaldo never stopped moving during this time. He kept doing all kinds of construction work. But he was not out of the woods. “I was supposed to get on a research program for a new drug. I had a CAT scan and they found it (more cancer) in my liver. That was October 2008,” he said. “I was on Meredith Vieira throws out the first pitch for the Red Sox game on Aug. 20, some heavy duty chemo for six one of the games played during the Jimmy Fund event. months and they did a second operation and they removed a section of my liver.” was found to have colorectal cancer looks pretty well. And tolerated it amazingOn the eve of disaster, things in May of 2007. It’s a very common ly.” turned around. In Spring 2009, Frank cancer in the United States, and it’s Annaldo’s family tolerated it amazingly Annaldo was given a clean diagnothe second most common cause of too. sis. cancer death. And the most impor“It does affect you, and the one thing it “They had gotten everything out. tant message is: It is really preventa- really affects is my family. More than it They weren’t finding anything in the ble. Colonoscopy identifies pre-can- affected me, I think it affects the families of CAT scans. I actually went back to cerous lesion polyps. You remove people who have cancer,” he said. work, roughly two months after my them, you don’t get cancer. Annaldo has some advice for fellow confirst operation. I worked for a gentle“And, over the last 20 years, the struction workers — do your own digging, man at that time as a superintendent. number of people in this country starting at age 50. I couldn’t physically do a lot,” he who died of colon cancer has “Definitely have a colonoscopy when said. “I would go to chemo every dropped by 13 percent,” said Mayer. you’re told to. It’s really quick, it’s easy and two weeks, miss maybe a day or Volunteers staff the phones during the 2010 WEE NESN “That’s a big number and that is real- it could save your life.” two, but I was actually a boss. I had Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon. ly a step forward. In addition, treatHe doesn’t think he’d be alive without it. to get out. I couldn’t sit in the house. ment has become much more effec“I think 10 years ago, I might not have I probably lost 50 pounds. They gave tive. gotten through it. They’ve made tremendous But I tell you, one of the things that I realized me large doses of chemo, but I came through after I left Dr. Mayer’s office, was that I was “Frank made it a little challenging for us, strides over the years,” said Annaldo. it pretty good.” For more information, visit www.jimmyreally comfortable and I wasn’t afraid any- because he wasn’t straightforward. He had more. I felt like I was in the best hands that I his original operation. And then, had to have fund.org. Working All the Time a second operation because we found dis(This story also can be found on could be in and I never worried about it.” He progressively got stronger. ease had found its way to another part of his Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site “I’m not building houses right now, but body. And that was all taken care of. He’s at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) Get a Colonoscopy I’ve been working steadily from that time, Mayer of Dana-Farber added, “Yes, Frank had a lot of chemotherapy, and I must say, he CEG


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A winding country road, rolling meadows, an old mill stream, a historic cemetery: the little town of Reading, Vt., in Windsor County is a quiet little neighborhood in the Green Mountain State. The population was 707 at the 2000 census. Even with his dog Boo along for the ride, surviving a dogeat-dog economy in uneasy times is a difficult task for Jim Cloud, owner and operator of Cloud Logging & Trucking LLC. But with his wife Kim doing the books, his new Bandit 3590 chipper in the woods, and trusty Boo by his side, Jim and Cloud Logging & Trucking are in it for the long haul. Cloud has seen his fair share of ups and downs in the logging business. After his three-year stint in the service, he did some cable logging and then in 1990 he bought a truck. “In the late ’90s, I went more towards the trucking and out of the cable logging business until 2005 when I decided to go back into logging. I knew the chainsaw cable thing wasn’t going to work, so I decided to do some mechanized logging,” Cloud said. After purchasing a feller buncher and other equipment, he decided to purchase a chipper from A. Lewis Equipment LLC in Middlesex, Vt. Cloud first purchased a series of smaller chippers from a competitive manufacturer. “They were real nice chippers, which I kept for awhile — until I went to the show in Bangor, Maine,” said Cloud, referring to the Northeastern Forest Products Equipment Expo. There, he purchased the Bandit Model 3590, a 30 in. (76 cm) diameter capacity machine with 700 hp (522 kW). “Our Bandit 3590 is very Jim Cloud and his dog Boo with their new Bandit model 3590. well built, and the quality is much better than our old chipper,” said Cloud. “While same set of knives. the feed rate is a little slower than our old chipper, we can put “I’ve touched them up two or three times and am not a lot more material into it. The hole size is just incredible. We ready to take them out yet.” The 3590 can handle whole trees and extremely limby used to have to take most of the short blocks back in the woods because I was afraid they would get stuck between material up to 3 ft. (.9 m) in diameter. Cloud also is pleased with the fuel consumption he’s getthe feed wheels and the throat on our old chipper and we’d have to climb inside and draw them back out. However, with ting out of his Bandit 3590. “We’re running right around 15 to 20 minutes to a 45 ft. our Bandit 3590’s feed wheels positioned right next to the drum, there is no chance of that, which makes life much eas- box and about 10 gallons per box — or eight gallons on the average,” Cloud reported. “I’ve done a 45 ft. box in less than ier on the landing.” The ability to chip virtually any wood thrown its way 15 minutes. We don’t fool around. It’s got a huge opening and I can put a lot of pieces in that hole.” saves Cloud time and money. With the currently oppressed markets, Cloud hauls any“Sometimes it’s hard to justify this machine for the amount of wood I’m doing right now,” said Cloud. “But I where from 15 to 20 loads a week. His nephew, who used to work full time for him, now just figure that if I can pay for it without wearing it out, I’m not works two to three days a week, laying wood down. His hurting anything.” Cloud noted that he’s done more than 60 loads on the trucker helps out, too.

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“When we are going full owner Jim Cloud in their time, sometimes we can go Bandit model 3590. 25 to 30 loads a week, but right now we’re only totaling anywhere from 15 to 20 loads a week between the chips, round wood pulp and the logs.” What does the future hold for Cloud Logging? At the moment it’s a wait-and-see game. “It was weird how the light switch went out this spring,” said Cloud. “All last year the mills in Ryegate, Vt., told me there were only 14 weeks they could run at full capacity because they couldn’t get enough wood — and now there is too much. The round wood and paper markets were the main reason, and the round wood market just dried up so everyone started chipping more. If we can get the paper markets back up, that will mean more round wood out of the tree — there won’t be as much wood to chip.”


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5 Mt. Trackless 4x4’s

Most Competitive Pricing Same Day Shipping 1-800-328-1516, Ext. 16 www.filtermaxx.com

622 Elm St (Rt 11) Limerick, ME 04048 207/793-4267 207/793-8278 fax

Email: samclean@s-a-mclean.com

1997 Recon Walter Snowfighter

Yale 1900 Loader w/Quick Coupler Plow and Wing

Blanchett Snow Blower 65 HP, Never Used

1992 Int’l, 4x4 Auto Trans., Cab & Chassis, 49,000 Miles

Grader Huber 850A

Schmidt Wausau Loader Blower, 6 Hrs


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We’ve become attached to your machines. Sandvik (Rammer) G-Series hydraulic impact hammers

AR Series™ hydraulic impact hammers

Sandvik (Rammer) E-Series hydraulic impact hammers

Pedestal Breaker System™ stationary boom systems

Ho-Pac ® vibratory compactor/drivers

Contractor’s Mechanical Grapple material and waste handling systems

Sandvik (Rammer) S-Series hydraulic impact hammers

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 1-800-321-1046 for the name of the Allied Distributor nearest you. We’ve become attached to your machines.

©2009 Allied Construction Products, LLC

Tyler Equipment Corporation MAIN OFFICE: 251 Shaker Road East Longmeadow, MA 01028 1-800-292-6351

NEW CT LOCATION: 1980 Berlin Turnpike Berlin, CT 06037 1-800-352-4473

www.tylerequipment.com


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ADVERTISER INDEX ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ......................................13 ACR EQUIPMENT ............................................................15 ARGUS INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ......................................1 ASTRO CRANE ................................................................15 BARRY EQUIPMENT ......................................................11 C N WOOD CO INC ........................................................24 CASEY & DUPUIS EQUIPMENT CORP ............................8 CHADWICK BAROSS MA ................................................18 CLASSIFIEDS ..................................................................15 CONTRACTOR’S CORNER ............................................15 DOOSAN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND ........................19 EQUIP SALES & LEASING ............................................17 FEL-TECH HAMMER DIVISION ........................................7 FOLEY MARINE & INDUSTRIAL ENGINE ........................1 GORILLA HAMMERS ....................................................1,5 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ....................12 INTENSUS ......................................................................20 J R VINAGRO CORPORATION ........................................1 KRAFT POWER CORP ......................................................1 LOU GIZA EQUIPMENT ....................................................1 MASTHEAD ........................................................................1 MID CITY STEEL CO........................................................15 MILTON CAT ....................................................................15 MULTI MACHINE INC ........................................................1 NORTHEAST TRACTOR LLC ........................................15 PERRY’S EQUIPMENT ......................................................8 PITTSFIELD LAWN & TRACTOR ....................................17 ROGERS BROTHERS......................................................23 S A MCLEAN INC ............................................................20 THE N.I.C.E. COMPANY ..................................................11 TST HYDRAULICS INC ..................................................15 TYLER EQUIPMENT CO ..............................................3,21 W I CLARK CO ..................................................................2 WOODS CRW OF NH CORP ............................................9 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.

Milton CAT to Sell NorAm 65E Compact Motorgraders

Milton CAT, based in Milford, Mass., has partnered with NorAm and now represents the NorAm 65E compact motorgrader at 11 locations in Massachusetts, New York, Maine, Vermont and Rhode Island. “Milton CAT is a long time Caterpillar dealer and we believe that the NorAm 65E complements our existing product line and it adds strength to our commitment to provide innovative products and solutions to our existing and future customers,” said David Perry, Milton vice president of sales. “Our customers expect and deserve exceptional value and reliability, and the 65E will surely meet and exceed those expectations.” “We are extremely pleased to have our product represented by Milton CAT,” said Dave Watson, vice president of NorAm. “ I am confident that the 65E will go a long way in helping the Milton team of professionals meet their objective to grow their markets and expand their product offering in key markets.” For more information, visit www.noram65.com.


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Tyler Equipment

251 Shaker Road East Longmeadow, MA 01028 (413) 525-6351 (800) 292-6351 1980 Berlin Turnpike Berlin, CT 06037 (860) 356-0840 (800) 352-4473 Parts: (860) 356-0848 www.tylerequipment.com

C.N. Wood Co., Inc. 200 Merrimac St. Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 935-1919 Avon, MA (508) 584-8484 Johnston, RI (401) 942-9191

E.W. Sleeper Company, Inc. 391 Loudon Road Concord, NH 03302 603/225-3361 800/358-6007 Fax: 603/225-4918 www.ewsleeper.com

Joseph Equipment Company 300 Gay Street Manchester, NH 03103 603-641-8608 www.josephequipment.com


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