Jesco Holds Grand Opening for New Deer Park, N.Y., Facility

The facility contains eight service bays with two 10-ton overhead cranes.

📅   Wed November 04, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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(L-R): Kevin McEvaddy, project manager; Chris Muller, project manager; and Michael Walsh, supervisor, all of Network Infrastructure Inc., Hempstead, N.Y.; and Rick Wertz, territory manager, and Anthony Falzarano, vice president of sales, both of Jesco, ta
(L-R): Kevin McEvaddy, project manager; Chris Muller, project manager; and Michael Walsh, supervisor, all of Network Infrastructure Inc., Hempstead, N.Y.; and Rick Wertz, territory manager, and Anthony Falzarano, vice president of sales, both of Jesco, ta
(L-R): Kevin McEvaddy, project manager; Chris Muller, project manager; and Michael Walsh, supervisor, all of Network Infrastructure Inc., Hempstead, N.Y.; and Rick Wertz, territory manager, and Anthony Falzarano, vice president of sales, both of Jesco, ta Jesco’s new Deer Park, N.Y., facility sits on five acres and is LEED certified. Jesco’s new facility boasts 11,000 sq. ft. of service bays and two 23-ft, 10-ton overhead cranes. John Deere equipment was prominently displayed during Jesco’s grand opening event on Oct. 15 in Deer Park, N.Y. Jesco’s new Long Island facility features modern washracks. Jesco staff is poised to meet guests and proudly discuss the company’s new facility on Long Island. Thomas Schumchyk (C), president of Eastern Utilities Contracting Corp., East Moriches, N.Y., just bought this Ditch Witch JT25 directional drill at Jesco’s new Deer Park facility. Here, celebrating the purchase (L-R) are Anthony Falzarano, vice pres (L-R): Rick Wertz, territory manager, Jesco, meets up with Lou Bove and Stan Zuchowski, both of Bove Industries, East Setauket, N.Y. Kevin McCourt (L), terminal operator, and Chris Flynn, facility manager, both of Brookhaven Rail Terminal Long Island, stop by to check out Jesco’s new facility in Deer Park. Justin Palvere (L), national account manager of Genesis, and Bruce McCardle, district sales manager of Nucor Building Systems, stand in front of this XT mobile shear. Jim Longo is planning to recommend this John Deere 50G mini-excavator to his son, who owns Longo Bros. in Oyster Bay, N.Y. A delicious barbecue lunch was provided for guests of the Jesco grand opening open house. Jon Robustelli (L), president of Jesco, is proud to discuss his company’s new facility with Domenic Ruccolo, senior vice president of sales and marketing, John Deere. Guests from all over Long Island helped Jesco celebrate its new facility in Deer Park, N.Y.

Jesco held a grand opening Oct. 15 of its new facility in Deer Park, N.Y.

The new branch, located at 110 East Jefryn Blvd. in Suffolk County, Long Island, not far from the Southern State Parkway, is 21,000 sq. ft. and sits on five acres. The facility contains eight service bays with two 10-ton overhead cranes. Jesco’s Deer Park facility also has a modern wash water recycling system to reduce excess water runoff from washing equipment. The building is LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified.

The new Deer Park facility will offer a full range of services, including equipment rental.

Contractors from all across Nassau and Suffolk counties attended the grand opening, which ran from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. A barbecue lunch was provided.

Jesco is a supplier of a wide range of construction equipment, including John Deere, Ditch Witch, Hitachi, Bomag, Indeco, Genesis, Hydrema, Doppstadt, LeeBoy and Rosco.

For more information, visit http://www.jesco.us/.