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he W.I. Clark Company celebrated the first day of fall by hosting a customer appreciation day on Sept. 22 at its Wallingford, Conn., location. This family owned and operated business began in 1920 with Winfred Ira Clark selling parts off the back of a motorcycle. In 1925 he opened his first location in New Haven, Conn., selling Ingersoll Rand equipment and parts. W.I. Clark was very involved in the creation of many of the roads that exist in Connecticut today, and over the course of 90 successful years in business, has expanded into Connecticut’s premier John Deere, Hamm/Wirtgen/Vogele, Kleemann, LeeBoy, Hitachi, Doppstadt and Eager Beaver dealer with 88 employees and three locations throughout the state. see ClArK page 10


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Sales Auction Company Holds Its Largest-Ever Auction

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Not the grayest of skies, nor the muddiest of fields, could dampen the pitch at The Sales Auction Company massive public equipment auction that took place all day on, Oct. 1 at its headquarters at 55 King Spring Road, in Windsor Locks, Conn. Nearly 1,100 consignment lots and individual machines, cranes, dump trucks, rollers, earth movers, dozers, classic vehicles, engines, even a lifesized bronze horse, went out for bid over nearly 12 hours at Sales 7th Annual Fall Sale. Sometimes you couldn’t see the jumbo jets flying out of Bradley International Airport, just across the street, because of the many cranes and excavators lined up against the sky. Due to the abundant growth of inventory over the week preceding the auction, the sale was by far the largest ever to date for Northern Connecticut’s largest industrial auction company. In fact, Sales decided to begin the day at 7:30 a.m., with two simultaneous auctions for the entire morning, and not at

8 a.m. as originally advertised, in order to efficiently get to the dozens of rows of impressive heavy iron over the course of the afternoon. The event featured surplus equipment from Strictly Business Crane Service LLC, Southington, Conn.; G&S Industrial Inc., Hatfield, Mass.; Russo Lawn & Landscape, Windsor Locks, Conn.; Metropolitan District Commission, Hartford, Conn.; and Sunbelt Rentals and other lots from surrounding area dealers, contractors, municipalities and rental outfits. Beyond the rows of excavators, earth movers, pavers or grounds keeping and farm machinery from top companies like Caterpillar, John Deere, Bobcat, Kubota, Volvo, Peterbilt, Vermeer and too many others to list, the 1,100 lots included unusual items like a fence installing machine, lathes, heaters, chop saws, muscle cars, tool boxes, compressors, hoists, curb builders, chainsaws, augers, oil tanks — and that was just the first 30 items. Owner Sam Sales and Sales Manager John Stevenson were on their feet all day, in front or behind auctioneer brothers Rick and Bobby Munter,

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A representative of A & M Landscaping of Springfield, Mass., walks the lot.

John Stevenson, Sales Auction Company manager, acknowledges bids in front of an auctioneer truck. Stevenson was one of two auctioneers taking bids all morning, due to the high volume of equipment at the Oct. 1 event.

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Sales Auction Co. Moves ‘Lots’ of Iron, Sets Company Record

Auctioneer Rick Munter accepts bids.

Peg Howard and her son, Jim Howard, of Glastonbury, Conn., check out a snow blower. Chris Tworek (L) and his cousin, Danny Kularski, are part of the All Parts Racing Co. team of Ware, Mass. Kularski helped to move in many of the heavy iron that was sold at the Sales Auction.

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Steve Carroll (R) and his cousin, Marc Astrella, of Carroll Custom Contracting, West Brookfield, Mass., check out a Gehl telehandler/boom truck.


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Bidders Vie for Huge Inventory of Iron at Record Auction SALES from page 6

The row of lifts and cranes was so high, sometimes it was hard to see nearby planes taking off from Bradley International Airport, just across the street.

Steve Boucher (third from R), owner of SAB Tree Experts, Franklin, Conn., came to the auction with his family — son Stephen, daughters Tisha, Taylor and Megan, and family friend, Zayla McLean.

Brothers Joe (L) and Louis Vaz, owners of Vaz Quality Works of Bridgeport, Conn., inspect a Ditch Witch on the grounds.

Many families attended the Sales Auction Co. fall sale on Oct. 1, including Josh and Ashley Thompson and their sons, Johnny (in his father's arms), and Austin, of Windsor Locks, Conn. Josh works for Evergreen Tree Service.

Gary and Bonnie Santoro, owners of Gary J. Santoro Mason Contractors of Bethlehem, Conn., with their 12week-old retriever, Bentley, look at various consignment equipment up for auction. Someone actually bid $1,000 on Bentley, but the pup was not for sale.

Charlie Emerson, owner of C.M.E. Excavation of Salbury, Mass., examines a 1,600-watt generator he considered buying.

Robert Lodge and Cynthia Eisnor of Lodge Earth Works of Windsor, Conn., look at a cement mixer, which they considered for purchase.

Alex Alvarez, owner of AA Industries of South Windsor, Conn., brought his son, Anthony Alvarez, to the auction. Alvarez was interested in the service truck behind them.


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Demos, Food Part of W.I. Clark’s Customer Appreciation Day

Customers were able to demo this Hitachi excavator equipped with Topcon GPS technology, showing them how effortlessly it can be operated without needing any visibility through the windshield. CLARK from page 1

The W.I. Clark company wanted to show its appreciation by giving back to its loyal customers and community. The event featured an array of food trucks, competitions, vendor displays, product demos and a truck show, which attracted more than 350 guests. Attendees had a chance to prove their skills in three different competitions: Aaron Nezvesky of Snow’s Farm won the Excavator Challenge as he mastered the controls of a John Deere 85G excavator. Brian Riendeau of Riendeau & Sons Logging won the Forestry Simulator Challenge by loading 42 logs in three minutes. The Excavator Simulator Challenge was won by Zack Tiezzi of Summit Landscaping. The grand prize raffle drawing featured the free use of a mini-excavator for an entire month, which was awarded to Chip Neal of Seymour Sealing Service. Topcon, a vendor at the event, had a wide range of GPS tools on display for land surveying and equipment control. It also had a demonstration allowing customers first-hand access to a Hitachi excavator equipped with a GPS system that allowed them to operate the machine without needing to look through the windshield. The Topcon 3D-MC2 increases speeds up to 200 percent when installed on a dozer, with a see CLARK page 12

(L-R): Norm, Steve, Jack and Sam Haller, all of Haller Construction in Easton, Conn., have been loyal customers of The W.I. Clark Company for more than 25 years. Haller Construction Company prides itself on, “working in harmony with nature.”

The W.I. Clark Company celebrated the first day of fall by hosting a customer appreciation day on Sept. 22 at its Wallingford, Conn., location.

Tom Lawlor of Tom Lawlor & Son won 1st place in the pick-up division of the truck show with his 1977 Ford F-150. (L-R) are Mark Hansen, vice president of product support; Tom Lawlor; and Rob.

Kyle Pelletier of Truck Builders of Connecticut won 1st place in the tractor division in the truck show contest with his 1986 Mack Superliner.

Collin Morin of Morin Paving in Plainville, Conn., won 2nd place in the dump division of the truck show with his 1988 Mack RM FWD.

William “Bill” Dufford (L), founder of Riverview Farms in Glastonbury, Conn., and Doug Hansen, president of W.I. Clark Company, were enjoying catching up at the customer appreciation day.


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Commonwealth, FHA Fund Longfellow Bridge Project LONGFELLOW from page 1

When completed, the bridge will have two inbound to Boston vehicular travel lanes, one outbound to Cambridge lane, and the two rebuilt MBTA Red Line tracks. The project also includes the replacement of the adjacent Frances Appleton pedestrian bridge by widening sidewalks and adding bike lanes. A new lighting system is being installed and areas along the riverbank disturbed by the conWhite-Skanska-Consigli photo struction will be fully restored. The bridge’s substructure is built of granite block masonry and consists of 10 The bridge, which has eleven original open- hollow piers and two hollow abutments. spandrel steel arch spans, plus two steel girder approach spans at the Cambridge end, was extended in 1956 and rehabilitated in 1959. The cross-section provided an upstream 6-ft. (1.8 m) sidewalk and a 33-ft. (10 m) wide roadway while the downstream side consisted of a 10-ft. (3 m) sidewalk and 29-ft. (8.8 m) wide roadway. The bridge’s substructure is built of granite block masonry and consists of ten hollow piers and two hollow abutments. The two central piers carry the neoclassicallyWhite-Skanska-Consigli photo inspired dressed granite towers. The project will restore the historic Boston area drivers are used to major construction projbridge, built in 1908, including rebuildects affecting traffic. WSC is required to maintain emering its iconic “salt and pepper” towers. gency response, MBTA Red Line service and bicycle and pedestrian access on the bridge at all times. Road and lane closures for materials delivery and equipment moves are White-Skanska-Consigli photo scheduled during off-peak travel times to minimize traffic The project began in March 2013 and is being funded impacts. by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the The following elements of the project are complete: • Installation of a new off-ramp from Storrow Drive to Federal Highway Administration. Charles Circle “There are restrictions and limited elbow room because • Reinforcing steel and cast-in-place concrete for seismic the arches between the spans are staying in place, you can reinforcement of the 10 piers and two abutments appreciate the level of tolerance and accuracy of how things • Arch girder repairs • Fabrication and installation of replica spandrel columns were built in the early 1900s,” said McInerney. “When you • New floor beams, stringers, precast deck slabs and side- tie into existing pieces of infrastructure, it becomes more challenging. Things have to line up and in many instances walk framing • Cleaning, repairing and re-installing replica cast iron they don’t. “The original builders used riveted construction for all the fascia plates and ornamental pedestrian railing steel — a hot rivet was • Installation of the reinWhite-Skanska-Consigli photo placed and compressed to forcing steel and cast-inA new lighting system is being installed and areas conform to a hole. When we place concrete deck and along the riverbank disturbed by the construction will removed the rivets to replace be fully restored. sidewalk the deficient steel, they did • Removal, cleaning, not necessarily line up. We repairing and re-installation have to replace the rivets of the four salt and pepper with bolts and the bolts have towers and the granite wall to fit into the diameter of the and cap stones hole. Some of the holes had • Installation of the drivto be reamed out to make en pile foundation and castthem true and lined up to not in-place concrete for the new impact the sizing of the pedestrian bridge • Installation of new White-Skanska-Consigli photo bolts.” The historical status of the MBTA, MassDOT and third The bridge was extended in 1956 and rehabilitated in bridge requires that certain party utilities 1959. portions of the work are The current phase is due to be complete in June 2018, a three-month savings to the refurbished accurately, including spans 1, 2, and 11 that go original schedule presented by WSC. At the conclusion of over dry land. The use of rivets is required for these portions. “Rivets have not been used since the 1960s and we had to this phase MBTA Red Line Trains, vehicular, bicycle and get people at the fabrication facilities to learn how to install pedestrian traffic will all be in their final positions. White-Skanska-Consigli photo A major problem for WSC has been the confined work them,” said McInerney. “The rivets are heated up to 1,800 F The project also includes the replacement of the adjaarea, which means that safety is a priority for workers and and we’ve had a few issues with how this has affected the cent Frances Appleton pedestrian bridge by widening bridge users. see LONGFELLOW page 18 sidewalks and adding bike lanes.


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NEW ENGLAND SUPPLEMENT ADVERTISER INDEX ARGUS INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ....................................1 ASTRO CRANE ..............................................................12 BARRY EQUIPMENT CO................................................15 BULLETIN BOARD ........................................................12 C N WOOD CO INC ........................................................20 CHAPPELL TRACTOR SALES ......................................17 CLASSIFIED ..................................................................12 CURTIS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ........................6 DOOSAN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND ......................13 E W SLEEPER CO ..........................................................11 EQUIPMENT EAST ........................................................1,7 FOLEY MARINE & INDUSTRIAL ENGINE ......................1 GORILLA HAMMERS........................................................1 J R VINAGRO CORPORATION........................................1 LORUSSO HEAVY EQUIPMENT LLC..............................5 M G EQUIPMENT ............................................................1 MILTON CAT....................................................................12 MUSTANG DEALER GROUP ........................................14 NORTHLAND JCB ............................................................9 ROGERS BROTHERS ....................................................19 SUMMIT SUPPLY LLC/MULTI MACHINE ........................1 T-QUIP SALES & RENTAL INC ........................................9 THE N.I.C.E. COMPANY ................................................14 THE W I CLARK CO ........................................................2 TYLER EQUIPMENT CO ..................................................3 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.

Crews Carefully Restore Historic Longfellow Bridge LONGFELLOW from page 16

coating of the steel. As a result, some steel has had to be galvanized and painted on-site. Some of the work required revisions to meet historical requirements and at the same time meet today’s codes and standards.” Another challenge is the replacement of the steam line beneath the bridge that services local hospitals. This is a major part of the project, White-Skanska-Consigli photo especially as it deals with temperature The historical status of the bridge requires that certain portions of the work are refurand pressure. “We have to plan the replacement bished accurately, including spans 1, 2, and 11 line carefully because once it leaves that go over dry land. The use of rivets is the bridge, it does a lot of twists and required for these portions. turns,” said McInerney. “It required a lot of reviews and analysis to make sure that it worked. As the new steam line was being installed, cutovers were required to transition the new to the old.” Hazardous materials were also found during excavations to remove soil under the salt and pepper towers for upgrading the foundations. “It was not foreseen,” said McInerney. “There were various levels of contamination and we changed White-Skanska-Consigli photo our means and methods of work to bridge is a crucial link between the two keep some of the soil in place and The cities and is an important regional connection. remove the rest to proper disposal facilities.” To avoid impacts on the subway during include: Atlantic Bridge and Engineering for traffic shifts for new stages, WSC is utilizing structural steel fabrication and installation; temporary tracks on the road deck parallel to STV Inc. for design services; Tri-State the two existing tracks (a shoo-fly) and uses Painting; NASDI for demolition; Cianbro them when work takes place close to or Fabrication and Coating for structural steel; Newport Industrial Fabrication for pedestriunderneath the existing tracks. Construction of the new pedestrian bridge an bridge steel; and Saugus Construction for connecting the Esplanade with Charles steel installation. WSC is using a wide variety of equipCircle began in November 2015, with work starting on the Esplanade side of Storrow ment, including gantry cranes manufactured Drive to the west of the existing bridge. It is specifically for the rehabilitation of the roadscheduled to be complete in the summer of way spans of the Longfellow. Barges with cranes are used for rehabilitation work from 2018. The project will see the removal of 7,000 the water, including cleaning and painting cu. yds. (5,351.8 cu m) of concrete; 3,700 the steel arches and removal and reinstallatons (3,356.6 t) of asphalt; 2,900 tons tion of the salt and pepper shaker towers. Special MBTA tie plates are being used on (2,630.8 t) of structural steel; 525 tons (476 t) of rebar; and 7,200 cu. yds. (5,505 cu m) the permanent track to mitigate vibration on of earth. Crews will use 25,500 cu. yds. the bridge from the red line trains. Special (19,496 cu m) of concrete; 13,500 tons molds and casting processes are used to (12,247 t) of asphalt; 2,900 tons (2,630.8 t) replicate the cast iron fascia plates, ornamenof structural steel; 2,300 tons (2,086.5 t) of tal railing and MBTA fence posts. Specialty rebar; 13,000 cu. yds. (9,939 cu m) of grav- repair/restoration work is being performed el; and 10,700 tons (9,706.8 t) of track ballast on the bronze doors that will be reinstalled in each tower. stone. (This story also can be found on Materials that can be recycled are being Construction Equipment Guide’s webmaximized. On an average day there are nearly 160 site at www.constructionequipmentemployees on site. Major subcontractors guide.com.) CEG


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200 Merrimac Street Woburn, MA 781-935-1919

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