Company Overview of Brookville Equipment Corporation
Brookville Equipment Corporation manufactures rail-mounted and rubber-tired haulage equipment for underground coal mining, hard rock and precious metal mining, tunnel construction, industrial switching, and mass transit applications in the United States and internationally. It offers diesel-electric passenger locomotives; diesel-electric locomotive for short haul and switching and maintenance duties; cab DES-70B diesel electric locomotives for small switching and rail maintenance applications; end cab and center cab diesel hydraulic industrial locomotives for industrial switching applications; ultra-low emission locomotives; replacement prime mover engines; and locomotive control systems. Th...
P.O. Box 130
Brookville, PA 15825
Founded in 1918
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Brookville Equipment Corporation Key Developments
Brookville Equipment Corporation Promotes Rick Grahamas as President
Jan 17 17
Brookville Equipment announced that Rick Graham was recently promoted to President after serving for 14 months as Chief Financial Officer at the manufacturer which has a 99 year history delivering custom rail-mounted equipment, including streetcars, locomotives, and mining and tunneling equipment. As President, Mr. Graham will oversee all strategic and daily operations at BROOKVILLE, including business development, engineering and design, operations, project management, quality and safety, finance, and human resources.
The Oklahoma City Council Agrees to a $24.9 Million Contract with Brookville Equipment Corp
Mar 23 16
The Oklahoma City Council agreed to a $24.9 million contract with Brookville Equipment Corp., the Pennsylvania manufacturer that will build the MAPS 3 streetcars. The contract is for five "modern" streetcars, low-floor trams that are to run a significant portion of the downtown route powered by on-board batteries instead of overhead wires.
City Picks Brookville Equipment Corporation for 4 Streetcars in $18.6 Million Deal
Nov 14 15
Brookville Equipment Corp. was picked in a vote by the city's streetcar committee. The $18.6 million contract calls for Brookville to initially build four cars. The company could be tapped to make a fifth vehicle for the streetcar's Lakefront Line in the near future, and may eventually manufacture as many as 24 total vehicles for Milwaukee. Each streetcar will be 66 feet long and 8 feet 8 inches wide, have 32 seats and hold up to 150 passengers. The vehicles will have two doors on each side, provide access for wheelchairs and bicycles to be transported, and at some point could be equipped to offer Wi-Fi. The cars will each weigh about 79,000 pounds when empty. The contract calls for the first vehicle to be delivered to Milwaukee in about 24 months. The streetcars will be manufactured at the company's Pennsylvania plant. The vote by the Joint Committee on Downtown Streetcar Implementation to authorize the contract with Brookville came about three weeks after Ghassan Korban, commissioner of the city's Department of Public Works. The proposals were evaluated using four criteria: budget, qualifications, technical capabilities and aesthetics. The agreement came less than a month after the city was awarded a $14.2 million federal grant for construction of a line connecting the streetcar with the lakefront. The streetcar plan, which aims to connect the Milwaukee Intermodal Station with the city's lower east side, was approved by the Common Council in February. The project's capital budget is $128 million for a 2.5-mile route, with an estimated $3.2 million operating and maintenance budget.
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