Colorado Machinery

Colorado Equipment, Colorado Machinery and Wyoming Equipment have changed their name to “4 Rivers Equipment. The name change transition is taking place in July, hopefully finalized by August 1st. The reason for the name change is the addition of four construction equipment dealerships in Albuquerque, Farmington, and Hobbs, New Mexico and El Paso Texas.

Tom Growney Equipment, a John Deere construction dealer, will be acquired by Colorado Machinery, The John Deere Construction, forestry, and Agriculture equipment dealer in Eastern Colorado and Wyoming. The acquisition will take place, June 1st. The combined operations will be renamed "4 Rivers Equipment."4 River Equipment’s heritage dates back to 1926 with a small John Deere agricultural dealership in Holly, Colorado.

The National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA) testified before House appropriators to encourage higher funding for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund (SRF) Programs in 2005. These programs provide critical resources to states for the repair and installation of America’s water and wastewater infrastructure.

Ingersoll-Rand has announced that Colorado Machinery will be a new distributor in Colorado, providing Ingersoll-Rand solutions to customers in the area. Colorado Machinery will serve as an Ingersoll-Rand utility distributor for 10 counties in Colorado, including metropolitan areas of Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Ft.

Tramac has named as its Top Performers of 2001: Colorado Machinery, Pueblo West, CO; Brandeis Machinery & Supply Co., Louisville, KY; and Plasterer Equipment Co., Lebanon, PA. Colorado Machinery has also been awarded as Tramac’s 2001 Top Compactor Dealer.