Terex Evoquip held a demonstration event July 24 and 25 in Bridgewater, N.J., at Emerald Equipment Systems Inc.'s facility.
Contractors from around the northern New Jersey and New York City area, including Terex Evoquip dealers from around the country, had the opportunity to see the company's compact line of crushing and screening equipment in action.
Local Powerscreen dealer Emerald Equipment Systems assisted Powerscreen and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in crushing 1 ton of illegally poached ivory on June 19 in New York’s Times Square. With an estimated street value of $2M, the confiscated ivory was evidence in several court cases brought against ivory smugglers by the U.S.
When opportunity came knocking on Charlton (Chuck) Dygert’s doorstep, he was ready to take action. The opportunity was to purchase a quarry in the booming gas well area in the northern Pennsylvania town of Millerton. Dygert, who had been working in the southern tier of New York and northern Pennsylvania for Dalrymple Contracting in a wide variety of roles for 14 years, knew the time was right to strike out on his own.
At the end of 2009, Insinger Excavating had one 15-year-old jaw crusher and one screening plant. As 2010 draws to close, its stock has increased to include four of the latest track crushers, three tracked screening plants and two tracked stockpiling conveyors.
Good things come in bunches. James Rose and John Toth founded EMF Development Corporation as a joint venture to purchase and demolish the former Bethlehem Steel’s Johnstown steel making facility. The Johnstown, Pa.-based company’s work there inspired city officials to ask them to raze another large facility in town.
In 1980 David Chaves decided that the old bulldozer from his father’s farm should be used as more than a lawn ornament. The machine had been sitting idle since Dave’s father, Manuel, opted out of the dairy farm business he owned for 10 years.
The 2006 Anthony S. Santaro AGC Scholarship Classic, originally scheduled for June, was held Aug. 30 after rain and flooding postponed the event. Early autumn temperatures provided a picture-perfect day for golf and set the mood for a fundraiser that would break all of its previous records.
Construction equipment enthusiasts, contractors, landscapers, highway superintendents and public works officials, get ready! On Feb. 7 and 8, the second annual Pittsburgh Construction Expo will showcase virtually everything your business or township needs to get the job done.
The Philadelphia Construction Expo VI is just days away from again transforming the Fort Washington Expo Center into an Equipment Mecca. New for this year’s show will be a significantly expanded exhibit in the Washington Room, an area adjacent to the main exhibit hall, by Asphalt Care Equipment, of Bensalem and Doylestown, PA.
From the moment the Pittsburgh Construction Expo’s doors opened the morning of Feb. 8 until they closed the evening of Feb. 9, a steady stream of contractors from all over western Pennsylvania and Ohio filled the ExpoMart’s aisles, keeping exhibitors busy — and happy.
The inaugural Pittsburgh Construction Expo is less than one month away! The show will be held on Feb. 8 and 9, 2005, at the Pittsburgh ExpoMart, in Monroeville, PA, just five minutes from the Pennsylvania Turnpike, and just 15 minutes from the heart of downtown Pittsburgh.