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2013 Contractor of the Year finalists named

Posted By Marcia Gruver Doyle On November 28, 2012 @ 1:35 pm In Construction News | No Comments


Glendale Excavating, Vorhees, New Jersey, has been named one of 12 2013 Contractor of the Year finalists.


Equipment World editors have named the 2013 Contractor of the Year finalists, a group of 12 contractors hailing from a diverse cross section of the country.

Each finalist will receive an expense-paid trip to Las Vegas on March 8-11, to participate in an industry roundtable and awards banquet, where the 2013 Contractor of the Year will be named. These contractors will be the special guests of program sponsor Caterpillar at a NASCAR race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, plus be featured in the pages of Equipment World magazine.

The 2013 finalists are:

Richard Gordon, Baystate Engineering, Holliston, Massachusetts. Markets: Sitework, demolition, utilities. Annual volume: $5 to $7 million.

Albert, Ellis and Michael Brown, Brown Brothers Construction, Loa, Utah. Markets: Road construction and excavation. Annual volume: $5 to $7 million.

M. Eugene Lowder, Charles D. Lowder Inc., Winston-Salem, North Carolina, www.lowdergrading.com [2]. Markets: Site development, public utilities, stormwater management. Annual volume: $8 to $10 million.

Chris Fink, Dale’s Paving Inc., Bossier City, Louisiana, www.dalespaving.com [3]. Markets: Asphalt and concrete paving, sealcoating, parking lots and driveways. Annual volume: $5 to $7 million.

Daniel Williams, Dan’s Marine Service, Grafton, West Virginia. Markets: Commercial water lines, mine maintenance, gas well locations. Annual volume: $3 to $5 million.

Scott Kelly, Enterprise Trenchless Technologies, Lisbon Falls, Maine. www.hdd-etti.com [4]. Markets: Directional drilling, natural gas construction, pipe fusion, utility locating. Annual volume: $4 to $7 million.

Thomas Giangiulio Jr., Glendale Excavating, Vorhees, New Jersey, www.glendaleexcavating.com [5]. Markets: commercial and industrial site development, road construction, small dams, sewer and storm and water systems. Annual volume: $3 to $5 million.

Ken and Melissa Lester, Lester Contracting, Port Lavaca, Texas. Markets: Civil construction. Annual volume: $11 to $13 million.

Gale Nitteberg, Nitteberg Construction, Estelline, South Dakota. Markets: Water and sewer, township road work. Annual volume: $5 to $7 million.

Stuart Caudill, R. L. Caudill Construction, Owingsville, Kentucky, www.rlcaudillconstruction.com [6]. Markets: Grading and drainage, excavation, site preparation, storm systems, abandoned mine reclamation, drilling and blasting. Annual volume: $3 to $5 million.

Jesse and Paul Steger, Steger Construction, Dyersville, Iowa. Markets: Grading, heavy and highway construction. Annual volume: $8 to $10 million.

Michael Thibault, T-Bone Construction, Colorado Springs, Colorado, www.t-boneconstruction.com [7]. Markets: Commercial and industrial buildings, parking lots. Annual volume: $8 to $10 million.

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[2] www.lowdergrading.com: http://www.lowdergrading.com/

[3] www.dalespaving.com: http://www.dalespaving.com/

[4] www.hdd-etti.com: http://www.hdd-etti.com/

[5] www.glendaleexcavating.com: http://www.glendaleexcavating.com/

[6] www.rlcaudillconstruction.com: http://www.rlcaudillconstruction.com/

[7] www.t-boneconstruction.com: http://www.t-boneconstruction.com/

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