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NewsMakers Glen Kaneshige has been named president and district manager of Nordic PCL Construction, Inc. He succeeds Wayne Melnyk, who has been transferred to PCL’s Seattle district to be vice president and district manager. Kaneshige most recently was the executive vice president of Nordic PCL since the acquisition of Nordic Construction, Ltd. by PCL Construction Services in April 2008. He had been president and CEO of Nordic Construction, Ltd. since 1999. Kaneshige has also served as president of the General Contractors Association of Hawaii in 2006 and currently serves on GCA’s board of directors. Joel Wine has been appointed senior vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer of Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. (A&B), effective Sept. 1. Wine will report directly to Stanley Kuriyama, president and CEO, and oversee all financial matters of A&B and its subsidiaries as well as direct the company’s corporate development activity. Wine joins A&B after 14 years at Goldman Sachs, the last 12 of which have been in San Francisco, Calif., where he has been a managing director and senior investment banking advisor since 2004. Chad Goodfellow was recently promoted to president of Goodfellow Bros., Inc. He is the fourth generation to lead the firm, which was started by his great grandfather and great uncles in 1921. Most recently, Chad served as the company’s vice president of operations managing and overseeing the various regions of the company. Born and raised on Maui, he began working for the family construction company at 16 as a union laborer. Former company president J. Stephen Goodfellow will continue serving as CEO and chairman of the board and Dan Goodfellow as corporate vice president. NewProducts Speed of Light Larson Electronics has just released its new Magnalight LM-30 telescoping light boom. With a range of up to 30 feet, the LM-30 is designed to elevate commercial light fixtures, cameras and electrical equipment securely with a maximum weight load of 150 pounds. The collapsible boom is built with 12 square, 0.5-inch thick steel with four pre-drilled 0.75-inch diameter holes for mounting and includes two 1,000-pound manual winches. For more information, visit magnalight. com or call 1 (800) 369-6671. Making the Grade Spread the Wealth Convenience Products has just released a new model of its portable constant pressure dispensing systems. The CPDS Series 2 machine, with an empty weight of 155 pounds and a footprint of 24 by 33 inches, is designed to be a high-performance foam spray system that can fit in the back of a truck or through standard doorways and entrances. The unit holds up to 150 feet of chemical hose and includes a powder-coated metal toolbox, chemicalresistant labels DoMor Equipment has just released a new line of skid-steer (SS) series grader attachments. Designed to attach directly to the front of an SS unit’s universal mounting bracket, the attachments, constructed from 4-inch tubular steel, are also compatible with Bobcats, tractors and backhoes. Suitable for road reclamation, agriculture and light industrial applications and designed to handle dirt, weeds, gravel, brush and small trees, the SS series is available in 5, 6, 7 or 8-foot width models, with fixed, hydraulic and manually adjusted blades available. For more information, contact DoMor equipment at 1 (800) 798-2303, or visit 66 | BUILDING INDUSTRY | AUGUST 2011 and heavy-duty hose connectors. For more information, contact distributor Service Partners Supply, LLC at (800) 221-3359.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Building Industry Magazine - August 2011

Building Industry Magazine - August 2011
Catepillar Showcase
Seminars Augment PBT Expo
BIA Dedicates New Hawaiian Home
NAVFAC Awards New Contracts
Living Museum Getting $38 Million Makeover
Pearl City Street Dedicated
Contracts Awarded
Spotlight on Success: New Target Store in Hilo
Architects Corner
Best Practices
Low Bids
Concept to Completion: Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort Renovation
The House Built for Hope
News Makers
New Products

Building Industry Magazine - August 2011