Hunyady Holds Sale for Brian Plushanski Construction

The sale was held for Brian Plushanski, owner of Brian Plushanski Construction Company Inc., who decided to cease operations of his 37-year-old site development and excavation business.

Tue June 16, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Taking in the auction (L-R) are Bill Kretschmer and Harry Rice, both of Binder Machinery Company, South Plainfield and Winslow, N.J., with Ken McCusker, Premier Enterprises, Bath, Pa.
Taking in the auction (L-R) are Bill Kretschmer and Harry Rice, both of Binder Machinery Company, South Plainfield and Winslow, N.J., with Ken McCusker, Premier Enterprises, Bath, Pa.
Taking in the auction (L-R) are Bill Kretschmer and Harry Rice, both of Binder Machinery Company, South Plainfield and Winslow, N.J., with Ken McCusker, Premier Enterprises, Bath, Pa. The registration and settlement duties were handled (L-R) by Pattie Alderfer, Susan Hunyady and Dana Pfister. Several Komatsu D38-P and D39-P dozers went on the auction block to the highest bidder at the recent Hunyady auction held for Brian Plushanski Construction Company Inc., in Hampton, N.J. Jim Snyder of J. J. Snyder Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa., is on board a Komatsu 78MR-6 hydraulic excavator. Peter VanNortwick of Middletown Township, N.J., views the auction from the cab of a Komatsu dozer. Mike Hunyady, founder of Hunyady Auction Company, takes a bid on a Peterbilt service truck. Team Hoffman: Bryan Bloyd (L) and Ed Cilli of Hoffman Equipment Company, headquartered in Piscataway, N.J.

The Hunyady Auction Company held an auction June 3 in Hampton, N.J.

The sale was held for Brian Plushanski, owner of Brian Plushanski Construction Company Inc., who decided to cease operations of his 37-year-old site development and excavation business. Plushanski will now focus on his other business, GreenRock Recycling and Shale Pit, which is a Class B Recycling Center that produces mulch products and crushed aggregate material.

A large selection of well maintained equipment went on the block, including several brands of hydraulic excavators and crawler loaders, crawler tractors, artic end dumps, backhoes, compactors, skid steers and much more.




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