The administrators are hoping to raise £3m for the creditors pot from an auction in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire on Wednesday, March 23.
More than 500 lots will go under the hammer at the Thainstone centre,– including four bulldozers, road rollers, 40 excavators, 25 dumper trucks, 39 lorries and nearly 100 vans.
Firms interested in bidding online must register by today at [email protected].
Debt-laden Les Taylor Contractors and its sister demolition company J.G. Fowlie were placed in administration in January with the loss of 164 jobs.
A spokesman for administrator Ernst and Young said: “The proposed sale of equipment is just one way of realising the value of the company’s assets, but the receivers continue to explore all avenues open to them as they seek the best return for creditors.
“A small number of employees continue to assist them with that process.”
The company made pre-tax losses of £5.7m in 2009 against profits of £4m a year earlier. Turnover was £27.6m in 2009, down from £32.5m in 2008.