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10 • JUNE 2013 • WORLD FENCE NEWS C&W Construction recognized by Bechtel for outstanding performance supporting its power projects ATTENTION WHOLESALERS! ADC HAS BEEN MANUFACTURING AND DISTRIBUTING ALUMINUM AND PRESSED STEEL FENCE FITTINGS TO WHOLESALERS ACROSS THE USA FOR OVER 44 YEARS ADC HAS AN EXTENSIVE CHAIN LINK FITTINGS LINE • DOMESTIC Aluminum Fittings • DOMESTIC Fittings that meet "Buy America" and ASTM F626-08 spec • IN-HOUSE POLYESTER electrostatic coating facility Opportunity to eliminate large unmanageable inventories Eliminate long offshore lead times Better cash flow control • IN-HOUSE THERMAL POLYMER heavy mil coating that meets F626-08 color specs Highest UV protection that eliminates cracking and peeling and provides longer color retention Fits tubing and pipe without having to clean or carve inside cups for a proper fit • DOMESTIC tension bars, truss rods, tie wires, hog rings, tension wire, razor ribbon and barbed wire • ACCESSORIES Colored carriage bolts, tie wires, hog rings, tension bars up to 6', hydraulic cement, and much more • IMPORT Fittings that are galvanized to meet ASTM F626-08 specs ADC direct ship container program Quality control checks after manufacturing • WOOD GATE HARDWARE Wood to steel adaptors ADC WILL NOT SELL DIRECT TO YOUR CUSTOMERS, EVEN WHEN TIMES GET TOUGH! 300 N. Industrial Park Road • Harrison, AR 72601 Toll-Free: (877) 258-9576 • Fax: (870) 741-6163 MEMBER WINDSCREENS LOGOS FENCE GUARD One 110 megawatt solar project VENTURA, Calif. — C&W Construction Specialties, a Southern Cali- located in Mojave, Calif. requires fornia veteran in specialty highway C&W to install almost ten miles of safety projects and commercial fenc- fencing and gates, while making proing, recently received a 2012 Contrac- vision to protect the California desert tor/Supplier Recognition Program tortoise. Another 250 megawatt project loAward from Bechtel, a global leader in engineering, construction, and project cated in Santa Margarita, Calif. remanagement, for outstanding support quires installation of over 20 miles of fencing and of its power gates, with speprojects. cial consideraSteven Bentions for nett, president protection of the of C&W, said, San Joaquin kit "It is a great fox and several honor for C&W other endanto be selected as gered wildlife one of the 68 species that are winners recogindigenous to nized for outEric Marksberry, center, senior project mans t a n d i n g ager, C&W Construction, accepts a 2012 Con- the region. C&W Conp e r f o r m a n c e . tractor/Supplier Recognition Program Award It's a privilege at the Bechtel 2012 Supplier/Contractor struction Speto work with recognition dinner. Presenting the award was cialties is a such a premier Alasdair Cathcart, president, Bechtel Corp., highly regarded left, and Mark Zeiger, principal VP, Bechtel o rg a n i z a t i o n , Corp. (Photo courtesy Bechtel) specialty construction conwhich is known worldwide for its leadership in our in- tractor servicing California since 1948. The company installs a full dustry." Eric Marksberry, C&W senior range of fence and highway safety project manager, accepted the award products, including metal beam guard on behalf of C&W Construction Spe- rail systems, crash cushions, and vehicialties during Bechtel's gala cere- cle barriers. C&W Construction Specialties, mony in Frederick, Md., home to Inc. has based its operations in the city Bechtel's power business. Marksberry was quick to recog- of Ventura, Calif. since 1948. The firm nize the outstanding contribution of pride itself on the ability to undertake his teammates, saying, "Our thanks go any project in their area of expertise, out to all those at C&W Construction no matter how specialized or technical. C&W also offers a complete seSpecialties who have contributed to the success of our projects and helped lection of fencing and guardrail matestrengthen our relationships with com- rials for agencies and contractors doing their own installations. panies like Bechtel." For more information, contact C&W Construction Specialties is currently supporting Bechtel on two C&W Construction Specialties at high profile solar projects, both of 2419 Palma Drive, Ventura, Calif. which require meeting stringent proj- 93003. Phone 800-575-5517 or 805ect standards, with special care for the 642-0204, fax 805- 642-5141. Visit the web site surrounding environment. Chain link makers to hear in-depth economic report SPORTS NETTING Windscreens and Privacy Screens for construction sites, baseball fields, tennis courts and more. Full color Custom Logos for Windscreens provide on-site advertising for businesses, projects, events or athletic fields. Our full line of baseball field equipment includes Sports Netting, Wall and Rail Padding, Batter's Eyes, Hitting Tunnels and Advertising Banners. Excellent Service, Fast Lead Times and Superior Quality 866.360.1008 fax - 386.740.7206 420 Hamilton Rd. DeLand, FL 32724 Manufacturer of Windscreens, Sports Netting and Athletic Field Equipment Attendees at the 2013 summer meeting of the Chain Link Fence Manufacturers Institute (CLFMI) will hear a detailed report on economic and business trends from CLFMI economist Dr. Lynn Reaser, as well as from representatives of the homebuilding industry. In addition to the discussions and evaluations of the residential markets, the program will feature representatives from other industries who can speak to trends in categories such as steel, government spending, oil prices, imports and industrial production. The meeting is planned for July 10-12 at the Allison Resort & Spa in Newberg, Oregon. An important presentation will also be made by Debbie Tompkins, CLU, on the Affordable Care Act. CLFMI represents firms that manufacture chain link fence fabric, fittings, framework, accessories, and/or the materials used to produce them. If you are involved in these aspects of the fence industry, you may wish to attend a meeting as a prospective member for a detailed look at the Institute's activities. For more information, contact executive vice-president Mark Levin at, or visit the web site

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