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 With reference to the concrete equipment (variations on the gravity mixer), Yost says: “Time was also required to look after the merging of the old Contractors' Plant Company, which had first manufactured his mixers, with the United Concrete Machinery Company which became a part of the Frank B. Gilbreth organization in 1905[.]” [Yost p.135] With reference to the concrete equipment (variations on the gravity mixer), Yost says: “Time was also required to look after the merging of the old Contractors' Plant Company, which had first manufactured his mixers, with the United Concrete Machinery Company which became a part of the Frank B. Gilbreth organization in 1905[.]” [Yost p.135]
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 +There is evidence of this or another in-house or associated business, Contractors' Machinery Rental and Transportation Co. The ASME Journal of March, 1907 lists Harry Chamberlain as a member candidate, and he lists his position as both an engineer for FBG and manager of the latter company. 
  
   * //Sweet's Catalogue//, 1907, p.49:   * //Sweet's Catalogue//, 1907, p.49:
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 +  * //ASME Journal//, March 1907:
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