APWA Sponsors 25th Annual Equipment Expo

Tue June 17, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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The professionals at Trius Equipment are qualified to satisfy all of your truck equipment and asphalt maintenance needs with locations in Albany and Long Island, N.Y., as well as the state’s southern tier.
The professionals at Trius Equipment are qualified to satisfy all of your truck equipment and asphalt maintenance needs with locations in Albany and Long Island, N.Y., as well as the state’s southern tier.
The professionals at Trius Equipment are qualified to satisfy all of your truck equipment and asphalt maintenance needs with locations in Albany and Long Island, N.Y., as well as the state’s southern tier. Edward Ehrbar Inc.’s equipment lines include Komatsu, Felling trailers, Wirtgen asphalt paving and compaction products and JCB.  (L-R) are Mike Flynn of Felling Trailers and William Tucker and Jim Dapp, both of Edward Ehrbar Inc. Louis Martirano, highway superintendent of the town of Mamaroneck, N.Y., and chapter president of the APWA New York Metro Chapter, welcomes attendees to this year’s event. (L-R) are Clinton Ford, the village of Briarcliff Manor; Rick Calderoni, Rockland County; Robert Bettini, the village of Briarcliff Manor; and J.B. Bennett, H.O. Penn Machinery. Highway superintendents from across the New York metropolitan area gathered to view the latest innovations in road building and maintenance. (L-R) are Jamie Norris, highway superintendent of the town of North Castle, N.Y.; Peter Sciliano, highway superint A few of the many dedicated members of the APWA Metro New York Chapter responsible for organizing this year’s event (L-R) are Tom Rini, village of Mineola superintendent of public works and vice president of the APWA New York Metro Chapter; Stephen (L-R): Posing with one of the legendary names in highway trucks, “Oshkosh,” are Alfred Sylvescen of the town of Kingston; Edward Moore, highway superintendent of the town of Kingston; Joe Bilone of Beyer Fleet; and Justin Orgel of Beyer Fleet. Crowds at this year’s event were strong, drawing highway superintendents from the lower Hudson Valley, New York City and Long Island. Demonstrating the latest advances in street sweeper technology from Stewart Amos sweepers are Antonio Sanchez Jr. (L), representing TSL Limited, and Eric Booth of Rexroth.


The New York Metropolitan Chapter of the American Public Works Association sponsored its 25th annual equipment and product expo on May 21 at the town of Orangetown highway facility located in Orangeburg, N.Y.

The theme for this year’s event was "Building for Today, Planning for Tomorrow." With more than 80 vendors on hand, the outdoor equipment and product exposition provided the opportunity to see the latest innovations in equipment, materials and services for public works and other government officials. It also served as an opportunity for public works and highway officials to network with other departments from across the New York metropolitan area.