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Construction Begins On New Equipment East Facility

Customers can expect more parking, as well as radiant heating throughout the entire facility for the comfort of customers and employees.

Wed December 23, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Gilda and Giovanni Albanese are the owners of Equipment East.
Gilda and Giovanni Albanese are the owners of Equipment East.
Gilda and Giovanni Albanese are the owners of Equipment East. The building will consist of a 15,750 sq. ft. service shop with 8 double bays, a welding bay and a wash bay. It will feature two 10-ton (9 t) cranes spanning the entire service area and provide more than 1,550 sq. ft. of office space. The parts area is 11 The Equipment East gate is marked with two large E’s.

Equipment East is building a new 40,000 sq. ft. facility right next door to its current location at 61 Silva Lane, in Dracut, Mass. The new location will include ample outdoor space for equipment display and equipment storage. Customers can expect more parking, as well as radiant heating throughout the entire facility for the comfort of customers and employees.

“Our commitment to service, sales, parts, and rentals will not change,” said Giovanni Albanese, owner of Equipment East.

The building will consist of a 15,750 sq. ft. service shop with 8 double bays, a welding bay and a wash bay. It will feature two 10-ton (9 t) cranes spanning the entire service area and provide more than 1,550 sq. ft. of office space. The parts area is 11,500 sq. ft. inside and has an additional outdoor parts storage area.

Completion is anticipated to be in fall 2016.


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