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CASHO Hosts 31st Annual Equipment/Technical Show

Sat May 29, 2010 - Northeast Edition
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The friendly employees working at C.N. Wood Co. Inc’s exhibit helped the booth became a popular attraction for attendees at the CASHO show.
The friendly employees working at C.N. Wood Co. Inc’s exhibit helped the booth became a popular attraction for attendees at the CASHO show.
The friendly employees working at C.N. Wood Co. Inc’s exhibit helped the booth became a popular attraction for attendees at the CASHO show. John Olisky, Bacher Corp., East Windsor, Conn., checks out “the beast,” an AEBI IT270 hillside tractor, which is a great asset to any contractor. John Rendock (L),  Bacher Corp., East Windsor, Conn., takes a short break on a Z4 Hustler mower, while Doug Beach, president of AEBI New England LLC does the same on a Super Z Hustler mower. (L-R) are Lynn Shaw, Morande Ford, Berlin, Conn.; Archie Tanner, Strantin Motors, Vernon, Conn.; and Tim Silver, Hartford Truck Equipment, South Windsor, Conn. (L-R): Ned Delahunty, Ace Truck Repair, Plantsville, Conn.;  Robert Brush, BB Truck Repair, Cheshire, Conn.; Tom Veronesi, Veronesi Welding and Repair, Bristol, Conn.; and Jerram Delahunty, Ace Truck Repair, Plantsville, Conn., enjoy a few laughs at the C Nick VanCzack, United Rental, Milford, Conn.,  stands with a display of equipment available for rent…you name it…they have it. (L-R): Seb Laessi, John Lockwood and Johnny Hood came to the equipment and technical show empty handed but are now leaving with bags full of goodies. Rich Pacheco (R) from Salina, Kan., talks to Tom Turner (L), Costello Industries, Newington, Conn., about the different asphalt preventive maintenance products available to him at Bergkamp Inc., while Earl Snow, also of Bergkamp Inc. looks on. Dave Buchanan of Nitco, Berlin, Conn., stands alongside a RS 500 Sweeper Vac in his exhibit. (L-R): David Dubbioso, president of Tri-State Equipment Rebuilding Ltd., Oxford, Conn.;  John Dubbioso, president of Three D Industrial Maintenance Corp.; and Leigh Brandes, account executive, Tri-State Industrial Maintenance, specialize in the reconditio David LeBlanc (L), Bobcat of Connecticut, East Hartford, Conn.; and Matthew Boath, Bobcat of Connecticut, Stratford, Conn., stand alongside a slew of machines geared up to be purchased. David Stedt (L) and Frank Santucci of Stetco: Stedt Hydraulic Crane, Westborough, Mass., spend some time in the sun, while representing the company. Earl Snow (L), demonstration and service specialist; and Rich Pacheco, territory manager; both of Bergkamp, Inc.: Paving Preservation Solutions,  Salina, Kan., exhibited at the CASHO show. (L-R): Greg Martinotti, Freightliner of Hartford, Hartford, Conn., Erik Noeding and Chris Pakula, both of Power Cover, Waterbury, Conn.,  stand for a photo-op at the 31st Annual CASHO Equipment/Technical Show. These two very happy and relaxed men are  Herbert Prawius (L) and Ray Nichols, both of  Hinebrothers Inc., Southbury, Conn. Jerry DeRubbo prepares the W.I. Clark Company’s John Deere 410J TC backhoe loader for its trip down the road back to headquarters in Wallingford, Conn.

The Connecticut Association of Street and Highway Officials Inc. (CASHO) hosted its 31st annual Equipment/Technical Show for state workers on May 13 in Wallingford, Conn. More than 150 exhibitors brought in a variety of items, from landfill compactors and bulldozers to street sweepers and concrete products. Weather, computer and engineering services as well as other support services also were represented.

In addition to the show, three technical seminars were offered; Personal Protective Equipment for Public Works, Work Zone Safety and 2010 Emission Standards. And throughout the day, attendees enjoyed a full hot and cold buffet of breakfast and lunch items.

CASHO’s mission is to stay “committed to keeping our industry on the cutting edge. Recognizing that state and municipal cuts have been severe in recent years, it is essential that funds provided are utilized as efficiently as possible. Our 31st 2010 Equipment/Technical Show is recognized as the show that public works and municipal workers can’t afford to miss. It is unique and varied in nature and [serves] as a valuable educational tool to all in the public sector.”