FABCO Rents, Lincoln Contractors Celebrate Relocation

The new facility spans 18,000 sq. ft.

Thu April 09, 2015 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


(L-R): Craig McArton, executive VP and COO, FABCO Equipment Inc.; Keith Turtenwald, VP, Lincoln Contractors Supply Inc.; Jere Fabick, president and CEO, FABCO Equipment Inc.; and Aaron Knief, corporate secretary, Lincoln Contractors Supply Inc., welcome c
(L-R): Craig McArton, executive VP and COO, FABCO Equipment Inc.; Keith Turtenwald, VP, Lincoln Contractors Supply Inc.; Jere Fabick, president and CEO, FABCO Equipment Inc.; and Aaron Knief, corporate secretary, Lincoln Contractors Supply Inc., welcome c
(L-R): Craig McArton, executive VP and COO, FABCO Equipment Inc.; Keith Turtenwald, VP, Lincoln Contractors Supply Inc.; Jere Fabick, president and CEO, FABCO Equipment Inc.; and Aaron Knief, corporate secretary, Lincoln Contractors Supply Inc., welcome c (L-R): Steve Kurszewski, Tyler Olson and Brian Messerschmidt, all of Olson Paving, stop by to check out the Makita concrete saws while Jerry Jading, sales manager, and Eric Shively, sales representative, both of Mikita U.S.A Inc., answer their questions. The new facility is located at 6652 County Highway J in Weston, Wis. Joe Heroux (R) of Wacker Neuson explains the features of the Wacker jumping jack tampers and the reversible plates. Dan Trierweiler (L) of Trierweiler Construction watches a demo of the digital grade rod from Nate Hardin of Spectra Precision. Terry Plante (L) of Lincoln Contractors Supply Inc. shows the new facility to Scott Thiele of PGA Inc. Justin Ross (R), Stanley Black & Decker, answers questions about the lineup of saws the company had on hand for the grand opening. (L-R): Justin Hubbard, Husqvarna North America, goes over the features of the Husqvarna K760 cutoff saw to Brandon Peterson and Craig Schwocho, both of Peterson Brothers Sand & Gravel. Luke Cherek (L), Norcon Corp., asks some questions about the Somero S485 laser screed to Mark Rummler, Lincoln Contractors Supply Inc. concrete product specialist. Enjoying the grand opening (L-R) are Ron Larson of Larson Heating and Tim Burns and Chris Larson, both of Larson Trucking. Mark Rosenquist (R) of M.J. Miller Combined Companies Inc. hands information out to a customer for the Toro Dingo 427 narrow compact utility loader.

More than 200 attendees participated in the grand opening of the newly relocated Lincoln Contractors Supply and FABCO RENTS facility March 31 in Weston, Wis.

The new facility, which is located at 6652 County Highway J, spans 18,000 sq. ft.; with the sales floor featuring 6,000 sq. ft. and the service department 12,000 sq. ft. The yard spans 4.3 acres and a secondary storage building spans 16,000 sq. ft. to house additional equipment.

Several vendors were on site to answer questions, as well as to provide demos. In addition, a catered lunch was provided.




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