RPI Construction Equipment
26 Main Street
Mount Ephraim, NJ 08059
Mon-Fri 8:30-5:00 PM EST
(856) 456-0081 • Phone
(856) 742-1994 • Fax
Bernard C. Delargey
Bernard C. Delargey, president, graduated from Temple University in 1975 where he studied geology and geography. He has been in the industry for 36 years and has served as president and board member of the Delaware Valley Associated Equipment Distributors. He started working at Rush and Parker, Inc in 1995 as a salesman. He became a partner of the corporation in 1999 and acquired complete ownership in 2006. He started RPI Equipment, LLC in 2012 as it operates today. Bernard serves as a knowledge database for the company’s customers and employees as well as an operations executive.
Kristin Bauer, vice president, studied public relations at Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. She graduated magna cum laude in 2004. She has been with the company since 2006 and has served as president and board member of the Delaware Valley Associated Equipment Distributors. Kristin handles most of the onsite training and startups at RPI. She can also help customers match their needs with the correct equipment. She is very well versed in side clamp vibratory hammers for use with excavators and is an excellent resource to discuss your upcoming job. Outside of the office, Kristin loves to travel and is always planning her next trip.
Ryan Delargey, vice president, studied engineering and economics at Penn State. He joined the team after graduating in 2009. In conjunction with his duties as a salesman, he oversees the finances and technology for the company including web marketing. He is an avid golfer and real estate investor. He is currently serving as the treasurer of the Delaware Valley Associated Equipment Distributors.
Tom Peterson, service manager, graduated as salutatorian from Camden County Vocational and Technical School where he majored in automotive. He is well experienced in hydraulics, electrical, welding and fabrication through his continuing education both on-the-job and in the classroom. These skills allow him to mentor newer techs at the company as well as efficiently troubleshoot our most technologically advanced equipment. He serves as an effective leader and role model to the entire staff. When he is not working, he is a street rod enthusiast and enjoys camping and wood working.