Construction crews in Kansas continue making progress on a $65 million undertaking known as The Green Project. Workers are tasked with replacing aging pavement; the structurally deficient bridges over the Little Arkansas River; and the functionally obsolete bridges over Arkansas Avenue and Broadway Avenue.
After talking with Caterpillar, as well as veteran salespeople for the popular global construction equipment line, New Jersey's Foley Inc. is confident it has come up with a novel idea.
On June 22, Piscataway-based Foley Inc. opened its own used equipment operation in Monroe Township, Middlesex County, N.J.
In early 2019, H&K Group. Inc. (H&K) built a new crushing and processing plant at its Pottstown Trap Rock Douglassville Quarry (PTR-Douglassville Quarry) in Pennsylvania.
With help from Kemper Equipment, H&K has built a new state-of-the-art plant, which provides raw materials to H&K's Delaware Valley Asphalt plant in Philadelphia, Pa.
Construction work is always a problem/solution scenario. What separates ordinary contractors from great ones is the vigor with which they pursue these solutions to get the job done right and on time. That requires passion — something that Delaware Valley Paving has an abundance of.
Foley Inc. held a One-Day Sales Event May 23, 2019, in Bensalem, Pa.
The annual sales event was the first held by Foley Inc. in Bensalem since its acquisition of Ransome CAT in early 2018. The event drew approximately 200 attendees and featured more than 600 pieces of equipment for sale at special pricing.
Don Swasing, COO of Schlouch Incorporated (“Schlouch”) of Blandon, Pa., and his team recently prepared for a piece of company history. To many, the official handoff of the company's new Cat 735 articulated dump truck purchased from Foley Incorporated of Piscataway, N.J., would be momentous enough: A new piece of equipment promises forward strides to a future filled with opportunities for companies excited to grow their foundations.
Effective Feb. 8, 2018, Foley, Inc. of Piscataway, N.J., acquired substantially all of the assets of Giles & Ransome, Inc., headquartered in Bensalem, Pa.
This transaction was the result of a mutual agreement between both dealerships and Caterpillar.
Fran Cocco has been promoted to environmental, health and safety manager of Foley Incorporated and is reporting directly to John Kopceuch. Cocco joined Foley in September of 2014 as an equipment management solutions manager in its construction service department.
Foley CAT held a One Day Sale event June 6 at its Foley Rents location in Piscataway, N.J. Special pricing on new and used Caterpillar equipment highlighted the event. Gates opened at 7 a.m. with customers already lined up ready to look for bargains. CEG
IronPlanet, a leading online marketplace for selling and buying used equipment and other durable assets, today announced details and new technology innovations for its upcoming Florida Cat Auction Services Unreserved Public Auction. Following the record-breaking success of its 2016 Florida sale, this year's event will be held over five days in order to meet the needs of the dozens of featured Caterpillar dealers, leading OEMs, dealers, construction companies, rental companies, financial institutions, and other large fleet owners that have consigned equipment.
The Utility & Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey (UTCA) held its 51st annual convention and trade show Sept. 29 through Oct. 2 at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, N.J. On Friday, Sept. 30, equipment dealers and construction services companies met with Garden State contractors (and contractors from neighboring states) during the trade show in the Borgata.