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June 8, 2013 • Vol. XXV • No. 12 • 470 Maryland Drive • Ft. Washington, PA 19034 • 215-885-2900 • Toll Free 800-523-2200 • Fax 215-885-2910

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AAA Carolinas Names Worst Bridges on I-26

Hills Machinery Opens Case Dealership…8

Fun Spot America is celebrating an expanded park featuring new rides and attractions, including the gigantic and hair-raising SkyCoaster ride. TEC Celebrates 70 Years in Business…28

Sky’s the Limit: Fun Spot America Expands Park By Mary Reed CEG CORRESPONDENT

FAE Eve nt F eatur es New Att achments …4 2

Table of Contents ................4 Air Compressors, Generators & Light Towers Section ........ ......................................47-52 Paving Section ............53-65 Parts Section ................66-67 Auction Section ..........86-95 Business Calendar ............90 Advertisers Index ..............94

Charles Dickens observed that everything is fun to a young heart. Now the latest ride at Fun Spot America (formerly Action Park) in Orlando, Fla., will delight young and old — provided they have brave hearts.

The grand opening of the park took place in June 1998. Now, 15 years later, on its birthday on June 8, they celebrated an expanded park featuring new rides and attractions, including the gigantic and hair-raising SkyCoaster ride. “SkyCoaster is the name of a ride that is in see SKY page 74

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) AAA Carolinas said South Carolina’s six most substandard bridges are all on Interstate 26. The travel organization said June 4 that the worst bridge in South Carolina is over a railroad track on I-26 just east of the Interstate 126 exit near Columbia. The bridge was built in 1958 and carries about 550,000 vehicles every week. It has been the state’s worst bridge in all but one year since 2000. AAA said three more bridges on I-26 in Lexington County and two in Charleston County are among the six most substandard bridges in the state. The group said the bridges are in relatively poor condition and are not designed to handle that volume of traffic. Seven bridges in Charleston County made AAA’s list of the 20 most substandard bridges in the state. Richland and Lexington counties each had three bridges and Greenville and Spartanburg each had two bridges make the top 20. Only two of the bridges are undergoing construction to make them better. Three of the bridges have been approved to be replaced, while no work is planned on the other 15 bridges on AAA’s list. “Inadequate funding for road and bridge maintenance over the past decade means we see BRIDGES page 30

Americans Place High Value on Infrastructure Many Americans are not sure how much money we personally pay every month to maintain and improve the roads, bridges and public transit we use. But 75 to 80 percent of us say having safe, efficient and well-maintained transportation infrastructure is at least, if not more, important to our personal livelihood and well-being than good cable, cell phone, Internet, water, sewage and household electric-

ity and natural gas services. Those are key findings of a first-ever national poll conducted to see how valuable Americans think our road and transit network is to the nation, our everyday life, and relative to other modern necessities we routinely rely upon. The poll found we place a high value on good roads and public transit because: • 8-in-10 of us (78 percent) say driving a

motor vehicle is “very” or “extremely” important to our ability to conduct our daily lives. Twenty-one percent (including 34 percent of low income respondents) say the same about using public transportation; • Nearly 9-in-10 (88 percent) say transportation infrastructure is important to maintaining a strong U.S. economy; see POLL page 22

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USED EQUIPMENT Doug Wilson 704-562-2032

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ASC has the largest supply of Tier 3 Articulated Trucks in inventory, call for more details. Your VOLVO dealer in The Carolinas • Georgia • East Tennessee North Carolina: Charlotte Raleigh Asheville Greenville

South Carolina: Columbia North Charleston Piedmont

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(7) 2011 Volvo A30F, 1630-2337 hrs, $408,000 - $414,000

(3) 2011 Volvo A35F, 2045-2478 hrs, $492,000 Ea.

2007 VOLVO PF6110, 2558 Hrs ......$216,000 2007 VOLVO PF6170, 1451 Hrs ......$442,000

..............................$408,000-$414,000 (3) 2011 VOLVO A35F, 2326-2848 Hrs..........

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(2) 2006 VOLVO A40D, 9955-10080 Hrs ......

2009 VOLVO EC460CL, 4434 Hrs ....$268,750

......................................$120,000 Ea.

(24) 2008–2011 Volvo A40E, 1417-6741 hrs, $315,000-$510,000

2012 VOLVO EC340DL, 1840 Hrs ....$277,625 2011 VOLVO EC380D, 1684 Hrs......$265,000

(7) 2010 VOLVO A40E, 1512-3002 Hrs ........ 2006 VOLVO EC290B LC, 7836 Hrs ..$72,500

(2) 2011 Volvo EW180C, 1341-2208 hrs, $204,000 Ea.

..............................$460,000-$474,000

2005 VOLVO EC210B LC, 7636 Hrs ..$56,250

(7) 2011 VOLVO A40E, 2798-3588 Hrs ........ ..............................$492,000-$510,000

2007 Volvo A25D, 5400 hrs, New 5000 gallon tank $230,000

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2007 VOLVO A40E FS, 5583 Hrs ....$332,000 2002 VOLVO EW170, 7055 Hrs ........$40,000 (7) 2011 VOLVO A40F, 1517-2761 Hrs ........ ..............................$540,000-$576,000

2011 Volvo L60F, 1141 hrs, $150,000

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2011 VOLVO L110F, 5034 Hrs ........$155,000

(2) 2007 VOLVO T450D, 1530-1632 Hrs........

2007 VOLVO L70E, 5287 Hrs ........$111,000

..............................$240,000-$281,250

2011 VOLVO L150G, 2531 Hrs ......$255,000

(3) 2007 Volvo T450D, 1354-1632 hrs, $300,000 Ea.

2010 VOLVO L150F, 11459 Hrs ......$140,000 2012 VOLVO L220G, 2398 Hrs ......$300,000

Compactors-Smooth Drum 2011 Volvo L150G, 2044 hrs, $342,000

2007 VOLVO L70F, 5932 Hrs..........$125,000

2010 VOLVO DD112HF, 1626 Hrs ....$108,000

2010 VOLVO L110F, 5168 Hrs ........$155,000

2010 VOLVO DD90HF, 445 Hrs ......$118,750

2010 VOLVO L180F, 1632 Hrs ........$300,000

Volvo Construction Equipment

2009 Volvo L150F, 4409 hrs, $260,000

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HILLS MACHINERY OPENS NEW FACILITY IN RALEIGH The 7,500 sq. ft. facility will have six service bays, the full line of Case construction equipment, repair, parts, rental and sales. Also available at the new facility will be Bell articulated trucks, Merlo telehandlers, striker hammers and more.

YANCEY BROS. CO. HOLDS GET IN, GET REAL EVENT IN AUSTELL

A great turnout of guests in Austell enjoyed lunch and demonstrations of Caterpillar’s newest models of dozers, wheel loaders, motorgraders, articulated trucks, excavators and vocational trucks.

TEC COMMEMORATES ITS RETIREES

As a part of a year-long celebration of its 70th anniversary, Tractor & Equipment Company (TEC) extended an invitation to all of their retired personnel from all branches for a luncheon at the company’s Birmingham, Ala., headquarters branch facility on May 20.

CASE SITEWATCH PROVIDES CUSTOMERS REAL-TIME DATA

Using a control module that integrates with the machine, SiteWatch sends real-time data to a user Web portal accessible from nearly anywhere in the world.

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The children of highway workers killed or permanently disabled on the job will receive financial assistance in their pursuit of higher education due to scholarships announced by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association Transportation Development Foundation (ARTBA-TDF).

ASA APPLAUDS PROPOSED LEGISLATION TARGETING CONSTRUCTION ‘BID SHOPPING’

ASA hailed legislation introduced by Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., on May 9, as a significant step to improve the management of the federal government’s construction projects.

FAE USA HOLDS OPEN HOUSE, CONFERENCE, DEMO DAY

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2007 CASE SV208PD, STK# CE4364, 66” PAD FOOT ROLLER, 422 HRS ............................$43,500 2006 CASE 580M, STK# CE4271, 2WD, TURBO, OROPS, STD. HOE, 24” BKT, 724 HRS....$33,500 2007 CASE 580M, STK# CE4360, 2WD, OROPS, KENT HAMMER, 525 HRS ......................$54,500 1998 CASE 621B, STK# CU3616, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, 2.5 YD. BKT. W/BOCE, 2 SPOOL, 1 LEVER, 4715 HRS..............................................................................................................................$41,500 1985 CASE 855D, STK# RM8082, SWEEPS, BACK SCREEN, G.P. BKT., GOOD GROUND WORK, 5027 HRS ......................................................................................................................................$15,500 2009 HYUNDAI ROBEX 160 LC-7A, STK# CU36074, CAB, HEAT, A/C, 24" SHOES, HYD. THUMB, 42" BKT., 1263 HRS ....................................................................................................................$87,500 2010 TAKEUCHI TB235, STK# KA0858, OROPS, ANGLE BLADE, 18" QC BKT., WARRANTY TIL 8/17/13, 478 HRS ................................................................................................................$34,500 2010 KUBOTA KX057, STK# KU0507, OROPS, ANGLE BLADE, HYD. THUMB, QUICK COUPLER, 24" BKT., 795 HRS ......................................................................................................................$49,500 2010 KUBOTA KX080-3, STK# KU0513, CAB, HEAT, A/C, ANGLE BLADE, HYD. THUMB, QUICK COUPLER, 36" BKT., 853 HRS......................................................................................................$79,500 2007 TAKEUCHI TL130, STK# CU3645, OROPS, 67" SMOOTH BKT., BRAND NEW TRACKS & SPROCKETS, 1597 HRS........................................................................................................$21,000 2008 TAKEUCHI TL130, STK# CU3646, OROPS, 67" SMOOTH BKT., BRAND NEW TRACKS & SPROCKETS, 1448 HRS........................................................................................................$24,000 2001 TAKEUCHI TL130, STK# CU3638, OROPS, 67" SMOOTH BKT., TRACKS ARE 50%, 2354 HRS ..............................................................................................................................................$16,000 2008 TAKEUCHI TL140, STK# KA0791, OROPS, 76" TOOTH BKT., NEW TRACKS & SPROCKETS, 1076 HRS..............................................................................................................................$29,500 2008 KIOTI LK3054, STK# CU3614, 4 WHEEL DRIVE, ROPS/ FOPS, LOADER, BACKHOE W/18" BKT., 433 HRS................................................................................................................................$17,500 2009 KUBOTA B2920, STK# CU3605, LOOKS NEW, HYDROSTATIC, 4 WHEEL DRIVE, LOADER/BACKHOE, ONLY 116 HRS ....................................................................................$18,500

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Tony Windham, product support manager of Hills Machinery, fills another parts order.

Robert Nordman, territory sales representative, stands in front of Case equipment.

D.J. Hicks works on a Case 821B wheel loader.

Hills Machinery Opens New Facility in Raleigh Hills Machinery Co. opened a new facility in Raleigh, N.C., located at 1501 Hedingham Boulevard. The facility is designed to increase the company’s Case coverage. Currently, there is no Case dealer in Raleigh and this new facility will bring the complete Case line back to the area. “Hills Machinery is excited about the expansion into the Raleigh market. We hope to deliver the support to the long-term and new Case customers that they deserve,” said Billy Tedder, operations and sales manager. “We are looking forward to taking care of the customers.” The 7,500 sq. ft. facility will have six service bays, the full line of Case construction equipment, repair, parts, rental and sales. Also available at the new facility will be Bell articulated trucks, Merlo telehandlers, striker hammers and more. The facility will offer the full line of Case products to customers for rent. In addition, mini-excavators, dozers, rollers, paving equipment, skid steers, compact track loaders, articulating trucks and telehandlers will be available for rent. Much of the training has stayed the same for the staff at the facility with a few upgrades. Some of the parts and service technicians that previously worked on Case equipment have been re-hired. New sales and parts employees also have been hired. These individuals are being trained on the Hill’s computer and the Case ordering systems. This training is designed to best assist the customer, according to the company. Those looking for parts will find them at the new Hills Machinery facility. Approximately 95 percent of all parts will be available in stock. Any part that is not immediately available can be ordered, and should be available for pick up the next day. “We are excited about the opportunity to expand our product offerings into Raleigh and surrounding areas,” said Jim Hills, owner of Hills Machinery. “We already have many valued customers there and this full-service branch allows us to deliver the product support they expect and deserve from their local Case dealer. We welcome the challenge to serve those customers and earn their business, no matter the brand product they need product support for. We will be there to help make our customers more successful.” For more information, call 888/986-8680, or visit www.hillsmachinery.com/. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Billy Tedder, sales manager of Hills Machinery, with Case machines.

Machines have been sold in the Raleigh market and service trucks are on hand to offer product support to Case customers.

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Various Cat machines are lined up and ready for the demos.

One younger operator was eager to try out the new Cat machines.

Kelly Tractor Hosts Open House Event in Fort Myers

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elly Tractor recently hosted an open house in Fort Myers, Fla. The “Get In Get Real” gave customers the opportunity to see and operate some of Cat’s newest models of excavators, wheel loaders, dozers, motorgraders and backhoe loaders. There also was a demonstration of the condition monitoring system and representatives of Sitech were on hand to explain and demonstrate machine control systems. One of the day’s highlights was the talk by H. Shelton Weeks, chair, department of economics and finance at

Florida Gulf Coast University. His presentation included a discussion of national and Florida economies as well a presentation on the economy of southwest Florida. The event provided lunch and the opportunity to win door prizes including a one-week free rental of a Cat machine and tickets to the NASCAR race in Homestead in November. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG see KELLY page 38

Jeff Clary (L) of Clary’s Sitework and Development and Pete Martinez of Kelly Tractor await the event activities.

(L-R): Dennis Klatil and Amy Lamboy of Cemex talk to Dave Earklin of Kelly Tractor about the Cat D6N dozer.

Guests examine the Cat 336E’s new exhaust system.

Mike Deterra of Youngquist Bros. Rock is interested in the Cat CT660 truck.

(L-R): Chris Duart and Mike Borko of Kelly Tractor, Ben Britnell of Mcarthur Farms and John Socol of Kelly Tractor talk about the new Cat equipment.

The Cat 120M motorgrader draws attention.

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Hydrema appointed Barry Ferrell as the company’s regional business manager. Ferrell brings to Hydrema more than 20 years experience as both a dealer and manufacturer representative. In his new role, Ferrell will be responsible for regional and individual product training, providing product support to dealers, assisting with customer product presentations and distributions and also dealer development. “To join a prestigious company like Hydrema that manufactures an outstanding product and has an excellent team of professional sales staff is a true privilege,” said Ferrell. “I look forward to many years of success and growth with the company.” Prior to joining Hydrema, Ferrell held several management positions with well-known construction equipment dealers and manufacturers and has had a lengthy track record of leading successful sales teams. Ferrell’s resume includes a three year term as sales manager of Hertz Equipment Rental as well as an eight year term as territory manager of Cowin Equipment. Most recently, Ferrell served as regional manager of Dressta North America where he helped to surpass sales objectives and increase market share for the company. “Barry has pervasive experience and superior knowledge of the construction equipment industry,” said Kris Binder, vice president of Hydrema North America. “We are confident he will be an outstanding addition to our sales team.” For more information, call 877/449-3736 or visit www.hydrema.us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Equipment Located in Pennsylvania & West Virginia.

2010 Exodus MX447L Material Handler ID# UT13332, SMU 3337, Tier III Engine, 100,000 Lbs Weight Class, Hydraulic Cab, Ground Level Access to 18’8”, A/C, Joystick Steer, Outriggers, 20.5 59 Tires...$295,000

2009 Case 420 Skid Steer Loader ID# UP13355, SMU 237, Tier IV Engine, Cab, Air Conditioning, 2 Speed Travel, Multi-Flow, Ride Control, HYdraulic Quick Coupler, Bucket, Galaxy 10x16.5 Tires @ 237 Hrs, RF 73%, LF 68%, RR57%, LR 78%...$25,000

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2008 Cat 953D Track-Type Loader ID# UP13324, SMU 758, Tier III C6.6 Engine, Cab, Air Conditioning, GP Bucket, System One Salt UC @ 758 Hrs, 19” DG Shoes 88-90%, Links 85-90%, Idlers 97%, Bushings 94-99%, Rollers 90-95%, Carriers 90%...$178,000

2010 Cat 305CCR Mini Hyd Excavator ID# UT13213, SMU 1207, Cab, Air Conditioning, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Combined Function Hydraulics, Swing Boom, Long Stick, Manual Quick Coupler, Bucket, Plumbed for Hammer, UC @ 1194 Hrs, Avg 60%...$55,000

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2004 Cat 525 B Log Skidder ID# UT13194, SMU 11111, Tier III 3126 Engine, Cab, Air Conditioning, Command Steering, Blade Grapple, Tires @ 11110 Hrs, Firestone 30.5L-32, RF 60%, LF 43%, RR 27%, LR 18%...$65,000

2008 Cat 938H Wheel Loader ID# UT12908, SMU 4322, Tier III C6.6 Engine, EROPS, Air Conditioning, Gp Bucket, Radio, Ride Control, Auto Shift, Standard Front, Wheel Steering, Tires @ 4300 Hrs 99%...$120,000

2011 Cat 420E IT Backhoe Loader ID# UT13256, SMU 2936, Tier III C4.4 Engine, EROPS, A/C, Radio, Air Ride Seat, 4x4, Ride Control, Auxiliary Hydraulics, IT GP Front Bkt, Extendable Stick, Rear Coupler, Rear Bkt, Hydraulic Thumb, Tires @ 2933 Hrs, RF 62%, LF 78%, RR 64%, LR 67%...$73,000

2012 Cat 226B Skid Steer Loader ID# UT13289, SMU 121, Tier IV C2.2T Engine, OROPS, Self-Leveling, 1-Speed, Standard Flow, Man. Quick Coupler, Elec Control For Implements, Bucket, Tires 75%...$29,000

2011 Cat CP56 Soil Roller ID# 100571, SMU 1081, Tier III C6.6 Engine, EROPS, A/C, Leveling Blade, 84” Vibratory Padfoot Drum, Firestone 23.1-26 Tires...$159,000

2008 Cat 730 Articulated Truck ID# UP12892, SMU 7024, Tier III C11 Engine, Cab, Air Conditioning, 23.5R25 Tires @ 6766 hrs, Fronts 99%, Rears 79%...$238,000

2009 Cat AP600D Paver ID# UT12995, SMU 2294, Tier III C6.6 Engine, Sonic Feeder Sensors, Sonic Feeder Controls, Ventilater SystemSteering Guide, Manual Fold Apron, Sand Rib Drive, Drive Chains 30% Worn, Assist Oscillating Push Roller, Hydraulic Drive Generator, Aux Power Supply Panel, Tires 20% Remaining...$230,000

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PARTS 1.855.545.0267 EXT. 2 ClevelandBrothers.com ARM CATERPILLAR 953C, Used, 8G4021/31702 CATERPILLAR 980C, Used, 9V6026/3062 CATERPILLAR 980G,980H, Used, 1756353/38447

BUCKET, MP CATERPILLAR 416,416B,416C,416D,416E,420,420C,420D,4 20E, New, PSM1/28431 BUCKET, ROCK

AXLE CATERPILLAR 992C,992D, Used, 1V5906/28594 CATERPILLAR 980H, Rebuilt, 2327559/34666 CATERPILLAR 980H, Rebuilt, 2327558/34667 CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725386/34668 CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725385/34669 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1120723/34470 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1383122/34471 BLADE, ANGLE CATERPILLAR D5M,D5M LGP,D5N, New, 2096089/32261 BLADE, OTHER CATERPILLAR D9N,D9R, Used, C063880A1 CATERPILLAR D11R, Used, BL213 BLADE, SU CATERPILLAR D8T,D8R, Used, 2458152/33280 BLADE, U CATERPILLAR D8T,D8R, New, 2558707/40348 BOOMS CATERPILLAR 375, Used, 1056205/36608 BUCKET, GP CATERPILLAR 345B,345B II,345B LC,345B LC II,345BL,345BL II,350, Used, 1389673/29067 CATERPILLAR 416C,416D,416E,420C,420D,420E,426C, New, 1345869/30959 CATERPILLAR 416C, Used, 1345869/36935 CATERPILLAR 216,216B,226,226B,228,232,242,246,247,25 2,256,257,262,267,268,272,277,287, New, 2856095/32284 CATERPILLAR 345B,350, Used, 1366241/32499 CATERPILLAR 330D,336D, Used, 2692684/32548 CATERPILLAR 330C, Used, 3029013/32549

CATERPILLAR 988B,988F, Used, 2V6541/32635 BUCKET, TRENCHING CATERPILLAR 446D, Used, 9R3236/36941 CATERPILLAR 416E, Used, 2193389/36934 CAB, EROPS CATERPILLAR 988G, New, 1289664/29291 CATERPILLAR D11N, Used, 7T0973/33845 CATERPILLAR 953C, Used, 1101397/32316 CATERPILLAR D10, Used, 3T8106/36149 CAB, OTHER CATERPILLAR 375,375L, Used, 1082517/33834 CAB, ROPS CATERPILLAR 980C, Used, 8V8914/28500 COUNTERWEIGHT CATERPILLAR D8T, Used, 2173654/32566 CATERPILLAR 980G, Used, 2343097/34482 CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Used, 1146030/28593 CATERPILLAR D8R, Used, 6Y0610/34142 CATERPILLAR 962G, Used, 2318853/36042 CATERPILLAR D10T, Used, 2235568/39840 COUPLER/QUICK COUPLER CATERPILLAR 420E, Used, 2227379/36938 CYLINDER, BOOM/LIFT CATERPILLAR D5B,D5B LGP,D5S,D6D, Used, 7J8302/3097 CATERPILLAR 332L, Used, 1772439/2877 CYLINDER, BUCKET CATERPILLAR 416, Used, CYLP1/28222

NEW LISTINGS D6RLGP Cab, Stock# 1587697/38809 CYLINDER, OTHER

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CATERPILLAR 988B,988F, Rebuilt, 4T6792/31244 CATERPILLAR 657E,657G, Used, 9T4974/3170 CATERPILLAR 777D, Rebuilt, 8J8865/32476

CATERPILLAR 943, Rebuilt, 8G8375/3264 CATERPILLAR 973C, Used, 3W8424/31118 CATERPILLAR D6R, Rebuilt, 2012078/31951 CATERPILLAR D10N, Used, 1182462/38382 CATERPILLAR D11N, Used, 2072683/35212 CATERPILLAR D10R,D10T, Rebuilt, 2223682/37770

CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Used, 1080157 & 1080157 CATERPILLAR D6D, Used, 9S8255/38667 CATERPILLAR D8R, Used, 9W6494/34141

DIFFERENTIAL CATERPILLAR 518, Rebuilt, 1V3304/2957 CATERPILLAR 836C, Used, 1452440/3212 CATERPILLAR 824C, Rebuilt, 4V1073/3180 CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 4V1073/31078 CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 3V4030/31079 CATERPILLAR 631, Rebuilt, 4D5730/2996 DRESSER 350C, Rebuilt, 11DF00002B/2945 CATERPILLAR 769B, Rebuilt, 9M3946/3273 CATERPILLAR 836, Rebuilt, 1367631/3203 ENGINES, CAT CATERPILLAR 740, Used, 1537076/28643 CATERPILLAR 980G, Rebuilt, 2023123/35618 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1168671/34551 CATERPILLAR 769D, Rebuilt, 1230206/32272 CATERPILLAR 16, Used, D343/40879 CATERPILLAR 375L, Used, 1344137/33644 CATERPILLAR 773B, Rebuilt, 1W0773/32116 CATERPILLAR D8K,D8H, Used, D342/36591 CATERPILLAR D6N LGP, Used, 1914479/39589 CATERPILLAR 345B, Used, 1382001/37356 CATERPILLAR CS-563C, Used, 1117717/36108 CATERPILLAR 773D, Used, 1314877/40903

FINAL DRIVE CATERPILLAR 980G, Rebuilt, 1605585/8037 CATERPILLAR D6N LGP, Used, 1914932/39599 & 39600 CATERPILLAR 973, Used, 8G0278/36396 CATERPILLAR 953C, Rebuilt, 1122360/3197 CATERPILLAR D10L,D10, Rebuilt, 7G0061/31120 CATERPILLAR 307,307B,E70B, New, 7I2312/38367 CATERPILLAR 320, Rebuilt, 7Y1571/37840 CATERPILLAR 345B, Rebuilt, 1362847 CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Used, 9G7365/39608 CATERPILLAR D11N, Rebuilt, 9W3649 CATERPILLAR 375,375L,5080, Rebuilt, 7Y0884/38294 & 38296 RIPPER CATERPILLAR D11N, Rebuilt, 4T4911/32405 STICK CATERPILLAR 375L,375, Used, 1096159/36610

ENGINES, OTHER PETERBILT 300, Rebuilt, 6I3479/2562 PETERBILT 13-210,224,265,281,300,310, 320,330,335,340,341,346,348,348A,348M,3 48N,348S,349,349A,351,351A,351ST,352A,3 52M,352S,353,357,358,358A,358M,358ST,3 59,359A,359B,359M,359S,359ST,362,367,37 2,375,376,377,378,379,379EXHD,381,383,38 5,386,CB300, Rebuilt, 6I3479/2562 SULLAIR 15 KW, Used, 2681384/28541

SWING DRIVE CATERPILLAR 330D,330D LC,330DL,336D,336DL, Used, 1994539/33878 TRACK GROUPS CATERPILLAR D6T, Used, 3510955/30222 CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Used, 8E9039/38811

TORQUE CONVERTERS CATERPILLAR D10,D10L, Rebuilt, 6P6412/31183 CATERPILLAR 16, Used, 9M6170/40878 CATERPILLAR 637G, Used, 1974583/3217 CATERPILLAR 836, Used, 1431234/3209 CATERPILLAR 950H, Used, 1685223/28772 CATERPILLAR 988B, Rebuilt, 3P8074/31485 CATERPILLAR D10L,D10, Used, 6P6412/31183 CATERPILLAR D10R, Used, 1102769/35220 CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Used, 1081430/38717 CATERPILLAR D8H, Used, 1M3808/36611 CATERPILLAR D9N, Rebuilt, 9P4890/36444 TRANSMISSIONS CATERPILLAR D10,D10L, Rebuilt, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR D10,D10L, Used, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR D8H, Used, 5M7987/36604 CATERPILLAR 740, Rebuilt, 2270923/38925 CATERPILLAR 992C, Rebuilt, 3P9241/29904 CATERPILLAR 641,651, Rebuilt, 7M5925/3254 CATERPILLAR D8K, Rebuilt, 9G6678/3268 CATERPILLAR 988B, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318 CATERPILLAR 924G, Rebuilt, 1402772/27097 CATERPILLAR D4E, Used, 3T4758/3234 CATERPILLAR 515, Used, 8E7031/3262 CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 3P6809/33473 CATERPILLAR 980G II, Used, 1731870/40615 CATERPILLAR 930G,938G, Used, 2348866/32134 CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Rebuilt, 2192622/39630 CATERPILLAR 951C, Used, 2P2040/2963 WINCH

375L Cab, Stock# 1082517/33834

D11N Cab, Stock# 7T0793/33845

D10L Cab, Stock# 3T8106/36149

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CATERPILLAR D8H, Used, 31E3778/37027 CATERPILLAR D8H, Used, 31E1067/36601

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(L-R): Paul Holloway, product support representative of Yancey; Danny George of Plateau Excavation in Austell, Ga.; and Alan Kempson of Ruby-Collins Inc. in Smyrna, Ga., talk about the features of the Cat 930K wheel loader.

(L-R): Derek Geldhauser of Archer-Western Contractors in Atlanta, Ga., and John Gorham of Yancey Bros. Co. listen to Clay Mayfield of Archer Western talk about Cat machines at the demo.

(L-R): Jack Houck of Yancey Bros. Co. rental division and Tanner Dahlke BCP sales and service representative of Caterpillar, talk to Daniel de los Reyes a member of the Zac Brown Band.

Yancey Bros. Co. Holds Get In, Get Real Event in Austell

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aterpillar representatives and the “Get In, Get Real” traveling demo event made its way to Yancey Bros. Co. corporate headquarters in Austell, Ga., on May 31. This same demo also made its way to Yancey’s Albany, Savannah and Dacula, Ga., locations in May and early June. A great turnout of guests in Austell enjoyed lunch and demonstrations of Caterpillar’s newest models of dozers, wheel loaders, motorgraders, articulated trucks, excavators and vocational trucks. Sitech southeast representatives were on hand to demonstrate their newest Trimble equipment and software. All attendees were automatically entered in a drawing for up to three months free use of a Caterpillar machine on a job site. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Jonathan Dunlap (L) and Mike Nixon of Sitech Southeast demonstrate their newest product package.

(L-R): Chris Brogdon, product support representative of Yancey, welcomes customers to the event including: Ronnie Hoover, Dale Cronauer and Bruce Ummel of Blount Construction in Marietta, Ga.

(L-R): Allen Cellar and Jay Brack of Drillers’ Choice, Marietta, Ga., and Buddy Brand, general sales manager of Yancey Bros. Co., talk about the new Cat excavators.

(L-R): Eddie Henson of Eddie Henson Grading in Ellijay, Ga.; Brian Wells and Charles Wells of Charles Wells Services in Ellijay, Ga.; Brad Abstance, sales representative of Yancey; and Darrell Everett of Everett Construction in Rome, Ga., wait for the demo of the new Cat 140M2 motorgrader.

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2007 644E-42: SN# 644-28196 – 2,000 Hrs., OROPS, Pallet Forks..............................$50,000

2007 644E-42: SN# 644-28154 – 2,200 Hrs., OROPS, Pallet Forks.............................$50,000

2010 D5KLGP: SN# YYY00911–1,650 Hrs., Canopy, LGP Blade................................$85,000

2008 320DLRR: SN# XCK00336 - 3,500 Hrs., 18’7” Boom, 9’6” Stk, 54” GP Bkt, 32” TG..$116,000

2009 247B2 L1: SN# MTL06414 – 1,100, Canopy, GP Bucket..........................$26,000

2006 242B CL1: SN# BXM02941 – 1,300 Hrs., Cab, A/C, GP Bkt.....................................$25,000

2007 National 690: SN# 293402 – 29,000 Mi., 20-Ton Boom, Rear Mount....................$130,000

2012 TZ50: SN# TZ5012-272 – 10 Hrs., Trailer Mounted Z-Boom............$42,500

2007 416EXH: SN# SHA02131 – 1,200 Hrs., OROPS, E-Stick, 4x4,GP Bkt .................$55,000

2007 GS3390RT: SN# 339044792 - 1,500 Hrs., Diesel, 4WD, RT Tires.............................$24,000

2010 930HIT: SN# DHC02073 — 2,300 Hrs., CAB, A/C, GP Bkt., Std QC...................$138,000

2008 416EXH: SN# SHA04464 –1,500 Hrs., OROPS, E-Stick, 4x4, GP Bkt...............$57,000

2008 315DL: SN# CJN01026 – 2,500 Hrs., 8’6” Stick, 28” TG, GP Bkt..............$105,000

2009 307D: SN# DSG00180 – 1,322 Hrs., CAB, A/C A/C, 30” GP Bkt, Thumb, Rubber Tracks.......$67,500

2010 MT535B: SN# U280018 — 1,500 Hrs.,30’ Boom Mower, Joystick, Warranty............................................................................................$89,000

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Participants ‘Dont Know’ How Much Gas Taxes They Pay POLL from page 1

• 83 percent say our transportation network is important in ensuring national defense and emergency response capabilities; • And no matter where we live — whether rural or urban — 71 percent of us agree that growing traffic congestion in U.S. metropolitan areas is making products we buy everywhere more expensive because congestion increases transportation costs for businesses.

“Americans and our elected officials can’t simply wish for a 21st century transportation network.” Pete Ruane American Road & Transportation Builders Association

Not surprisingly, given the importance we place on transportation assets, 74 percent of us agree that “investing in transportation infrastructure should be a core function of the federal government.” But here’s the disconnect that explains why many of us are suffering from traffic congestion and the outcomes from less than optimal system upkeep. The poll revealed that many of us probably have no idea how much we are paying each month in the state and federal gas taxes that are the primary source of funding for road and transit capital investments. Asked the question how much their household pays each month in gas taxes, 40 percent of respondents say they “don’t know.” In fact, according to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) data, the average U.S. household paid $46 per month in gas taxes in 2011 — the most current year available. One-quarter of respondents (24 percent) estimated they pay more than double that amount, which in some cases is likely an overstatement, as this would involve buying enough gas to fuel a household’s cars for nearly 5,400 miles per month, while federal

data show the average household with one or more cars drives just over 2,100 miles per month. U.S. Commerce Department 2011 data show the average household spends about

three-and-a-half times more each month for household electricity and natural gas service ($160) than we pay in state and federal gas taxes. We also pay three-and-a-half times as much monthly, on average, for landline and

Are Good Roads and Transit Worth as Much as Cable and Telephone Service? The primary source of funding for road, bridge and public transit improvements is the per gallon user fee tax that the state and federal governments levy on the sale of motor fuels. The current federal gas tax, last changed in 1993, is 18.4 cents per gallon, regardless of the pump price for gasoline. The resulting revenue, distributed to the states by formula, funds, on average, about 45 percent of all state capital investment in road and bridge improvements each year. It also provides aid for city and state transit investments. The per gallon tax rate levied by states on the sale of gasoline ranges from a high of 37.5 cents per gallon in Washington State to a low of 7.5 cents per gallon in Georgia. The weighted average rate for all states is 21.4 cents per gallon, which is the number used in this analysis. Compared to the average monthly American household expenditure on state and federal gas taxes used to fund surface transportation improvements necessary for personal and business mobility, 2011 data from the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Federal Highway Administration show the average household spends: • Nearly 3.5 times more monthly ($159) for electricity and natural gas • Nearly 3.5 times more ($161) for telephone service; and • More than 2.5 times more ($124) for cable and satellite television, radio and internet service. Notes and Sources: The number of American households (114,761,359) is an average from 2007 to 2011 from the U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts. Annual household expenditures for phone service, television and internet are adjusted by household usage rates. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 71 percent of households have internet access (October 2011). The Center for Disease Control reports that 35.8 percent of households have only a cell phone, 2.1 percent of households have no phone service, 52.5 percent have a landline and cell, and 9.4 percent have just a landline but no cell. In all, 62 percent of households have a landline and 88.5 percent have a cell phone. The U.S. Department of Energy reports 9.1 percent of households do not have a motor vehicle (2010). Nielsen Reports said 90.4 percent of households pay for some form of television subscription (2011). Motor fuel taxes from the Federal Highway Administration (Tables FE-2010, SF1 for the highway trust fund and motor fuel tax revenues used by states) for 2011.

cell phone service ($161) and nearly twoand-a-half times as much for cable and satellite television, radio and internet access ($124). We pay almost 19 percent a month more, on average, just for Internet access. “Traffic congestion is getting worse every year in most metropolitan areas, wasting our time and money. We still have 65,000 structurally deficient bridges that are being crossed 249 million times every day. Road crashes remain an extremely serious public health problem and cost driver. The reason for that, sadly, is that we are getting what we are paying for,” said Pete Ruane, president of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association, which commissioned the research. “We are under investing in our road and transit infrastructure relative to many other basic services we rely on every day. This research clearly shows there is a disconnect between our perceived value of transportation mobility and our personal investment in the infrastructure that provides it. “Transportation infrastructure,” Ruane pointed out, “is one of the few service platforms necessary to support a dynamic economy, growing population and high quality standard of living that is chronically underfunded because in many states and at the federal level the user fee rate that supports it is left static for decades on end. “Americans and our elected representatives can’t simply wish for a 21st century transportation network. We have to pay for it,” he said. “This research helps bring the transportation investment conversation down to the kitchen table level, rather than talking about trillion dollar needs,” Ruane said. “If system beneficiaries — the public and American businesses — invested in transportation infrastructure in line with what we routinely pay monthly for other necessary services, we would see reduced transportation costs for business, faster commutes, and safer, smarter, more durable roads, bridges and transit.” For the research, a total 1,001 interviews of American adults were conducted over the phone from April 4 to 8, collected from the Ipsos Public Affairs telephone omnibus survey, TeleNation. It included both randomly selected landline and cell phone interviews, conducted in either English or Spanish depending on the respondent. The data were weighted to reflect Current Population Study statistics on age within gender, U.S. Census Region, market size, education, race and ethnicity. For more information, visit www.artba.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Reliable Machinery at Affordable Prices 2006 Deere 310G, 1393 Hrs, 4 Wheel Drive, Rev Pads, 24” Bkt $33,000

2003 Volvo MC70, 862 Hrs, Skid Steer, New Tires, Forks & Bucket $12,000

1993 Volvo A25C, s/n 8216, Tailgate, Rebuilt Engine $29,000

2008 Komatsu PC160LC-7, 4700 Hrs, Mechanical Thumb $79,000

1994 Champion 720A, Cab w/Heat, Very Good Rubber, 13’ Blade, Scarifier, 7697 Hrs $45,000

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JCB Secures $41M Order From Leading UK Rental Firm JCB has won an order for more than 800 machines from one of the UK’s leading rental firms — a deal worth more than $41 million. The order has been placed by A-Plant for a huge fleet of micro-, mini- and midi- excavators and 240 Loadall telescopic handlers. This order provides a significant boost for JCB’s British factories, where all the machines will be made. Delivery of the new fleet to the rental firm’s extensive UK depot network began in May through JCB dealer Greenshields JCB. The latest deal comes on the back of 550 machines ordered by A-Plant last year — and means the company has now bought 7,500 machines in a trading relationship with JCB stretching back 25 years. “This is the biggest volume deal of the year for JCB from a UK customer, and we are absolutely delighted that A-Plant has ordered such a significant number of machines,” said Alan Blake, JCB CEO. “It is a huge vote of confidence not only in the quality, reliability and fuel efficiency of JCB’s products, but also in the UK rental market.” Among the machines ordered are one-ton class JCB 8016 and 8018 mini-excavators, which have just gone into production fol-

lowing their international launch at our investment in JCB machines.” the Bauma construction equipment A-Plant is one of the UK’s largest trade fair in Munich. The machines plant, tool and equipment rental feature more than 30 improvements, companies, renting a vast range of including an 11-percent increase in non-operated equipment for indusdig depth. try and construction. Its rental fleet Also included in A-Plant’s new comprises more than 110,000 itemfleet are Loadall telescopic handlers ized pieces of plant, tools and equippowered by JCB’s fuel-efficient ment, and the company invests a Ecomax engine. Developed to meet multi-million pound figure each the EU Stage IIIB/U.S. Tier IV year in new equipment and modern Interim emissions standards, the JCB technology. A-Plant is accredited Ecomax Tier IVi has no need for with ISO 9001:2008, ISO costly diesel particulate filters 14001:2004 and OHSAS (DPFs) or exhaust after-treatment 18001:2007. fluids, resulting in low-cost, efficient A-Plant has a UK workforce operation for customers. This tech- JCB CEO Alan Blake poses with one of the JCB totaling more than 1,900 employees nology has made the Ecomax Tier machines for A-Plant, a leading UK rental firm. based at locations nationwide, IVi a clean and efficient off-highway including its support office in engine, which means that JCB’s Loadalls efit; customers will use less fuel and A-Plant Warrington, Cheshire. It forms part of the now use 7 percent less fuel than previous won’t be faced with the expense of main- FTSE-250 company Ashtead Group plc, taining diesel particulate filters or the addi- which also comprises Sunbelt Rentals based models, according to the manufacturer. “A-Plant is committed to offering its cus- tion of Ad Blu to the engine. in the USA. Ashtead Group plc has become “A-Plant has been doing business now firmly established as one of the world’s tomers the newest, most productive, innovative and fuel-efficient machines on the mar- with JCB for 25 years and from a single leading equipment outsourcers. ket, and this order fulfils that promise,” said machine purchase in 1988, the business relaFor more information, visit Andrew Winlow, A-Plant’s director of pur- tionship has grown into a real partnership www.jcb.com. chasing and fleet management. “With the between us, JCB and Greenshields JCB. We (This story also can be found on Loadalls powered by the innovative Ecomax continue to be positive about future market Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at engine, A-Plant and its customers both ben- growth and that is underlined by the size of www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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TEC Commemorates Its Retirees A s a part of a year-long celebration of its 70th anniversary, Tractor & Equipment Company (TEC) extended an invitation to all of their retired personnel from all branches for a luncheon at the company’s Birmingham, Ala., headquarters branch facility on May 20. The event was held to honor and commemorate the hard work and dedication of those that have retired and had contributed to the company’s success over the past 70 years. A turnout of more than 20 retirees came out to join other TEC staffers and manufacturer representatives. Retirees and guests turned out for the event from all over the Southeast region. A huge outdoor event tent was set up at the rear of TEC’s corporate headquarters facility. Retirees, guests and current staffers joined together and were provided with a spread of hors d’oeuvres, and the opportunity to look over a vast array of memorabilia from the company’s 70 years in business. Golf carts were available for those that wanted to take tours of TEC’s Birmingham headquarters, and take a look at how the operation has grown and evolved over the years. Parked under the tent was a 1943 International T6 that was impeccably restored by retiree, Ollis Stracener and other staff members back in 1999. When asked about the machine, Stracener didn’t miss a beat. “We [TEC] sold this machine with a winch on it to a logger in Double Springs, Ala. A friend of mine bought it from Delbert Lyles and he kept it for a long time and it eventually just ended up in the woods. So he gave it to me [the winch had long been removed] and we decided to restore it, which took probably six months altogether,” said Stracener. The 1943 T6 became a showpiece and a reminder of how machines were designed at the beginning of Tractor & Equipment Company. “The tractor has been shown at all locations of Tractor & Equipment Company at one time or another. They even had to repaint it again since 1999 as it had faded,” said Stracener. The centerpiece of all the displays was an immense neon tubed International tractor sign that has been in restoration for seven months at TEC. The sign measures approximately 20’ wide x 14’ high with all new hand blown neon. The sign, originally from North Carolina Equipment Company, was in rough shape when purchased. TEC in Birmingham quickly began the restoration process, and is around 90% complete. North Carolina Equipment Company had two of these unique signs built for them in 1947, this one coming from the Greensboro, N.C., branch. Tim Tipton, vice president of product support marketing at TEC spearheaded the restoration project. He said that somewhere between 800 to a 1,000 man-hours have been poured into the steel and porcelain sign so far. “The original look of the sign had been covered over in yellow paint, which we stripped away and took down to the original porcelain finish, said Tipton. The interior steel frame that holds the sign together required extensive refabricating and rewelding. We paid careful attention to maintaining as much of the original sign substructure as possible.” Tipton went on to say that Tate McNees in the TEC aftermarket department was a big help on the project. “If it weren’t for Tate this wouldn’t have happened. He was responsible for outsourcing the hard to find componen-

try for the restoration and line up the new neon tubing, as well as, powder coating and painting, said Tipton. He also worked with another tin fabricator in designing each piece that needed replacement and ensuring they were exacting to what originally came off the machine. He located old replacement glass, Pyrex containers and everything needed, and made sure the wiring was done the same way as original and the animators were done correctly.” Tipton had high praise for the work of welders Steve Faulkner and Todd Phillips. “Those two gentlemen stayed on this project for several months and put a ton of welding and engineering work into this restoration. There was a lot to this project, but it was a Jim Waitzman (Seated) and (L-R): Jim Waitzman Jr., lot of fun. We had a great time doing it, and sometime in the Bill Roberts and Dan Stracener represent four generations of Tractor Equipment Company CEO’s. future we plan on finishing this off and lighting the other side,” said Tipton. As the retiree party concluded, everyone enjoyed a piece of 70th anniversary cake and parting gifts were given. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG see TEC page 66

(L-R): Ollis Stracener; Larry Foltz, retired TEC vice president and general service manager; and Tommy Howle, retired TEC sales manager, look over memorabilia that has been collected over the years.

The completed International sign was a welcome addition to the day’s activities.

(L-R): Tom Stuedeman, retired vice president Birmingham sales manager; Brett Bussman, current TEC vice president regional sales manager in Alabama; and Lenn Morris, retired TEC vice president and regional sales manager in Alabama all await the event activities.

Ollis Stracener stands in front of the 1943 International T6 he restored in 1999.

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precise picture of their fleets’ capabilities, and potentially offset rental cost. SiteWatch also can help conserve fuel and battery life through various power management settings including hibernate, sleep and standby modes. It can protect a customer’s fleet in a number of ways including curfew, geofencing and motion detection even when the machine is turned off. If a machine does leave the premises, SiteWatch aids in tracking and recovery, helping to significantly reduce theft-related costs. Customers can choose between a basic and advanced SiteWatch subscription, depending on how much information is needed and how often. SiteWatch currently is standard equipment on the F Series wheel loaders, and includes a standard three-year advanced subscription plan. Case will continue to roll out SiteWatch as standard equipment on select heavy machines throughout 2013. It’s also available as a factory option on select machines or as a dealer-installed accessory on virtually any self-powered piece of equipment. For more information, visit www.CaseCE.com/SiteWatch. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Ring Power Holds Caterpillar Event in St. Augustine

(L-R): James Scarpo of Ring Power and Greg Hasty of Sitech, talk about the Cat 336EL excavator’s built in machine control system with Al and Justin Schunan of Mortrench.

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ore than 50 construction professionals including contractors, operators and Cat industry representatives descended on Ring Power’s corporate headquarters in St. Augustine, Fla., May 15 for the “Get In, Get Real,” demo event. The demo gave attendees the chance to get into the operator’s seat. According to Tim Maguire of Ring Power, “The ‘Get In, Get Real,’ event provided a chance to introduce customers to Cat’s new E-Series excavators and K-Series dozers and loaders. When Cat came out with the new E series excavators and K series loaders and dozers they upgraded them to Tier IV engines, and added other features. The E Series excavators with Cat grade control, K Series wheel loaders, K2 Series track-type tractors, F Series backhoe loaders, M2 Series motorgraders, Cat’s new line of material handlers and the Cat CT660 on-highway vocational truck were all featured during the demo event. Several pieces of used equipment also were on display. In addition to operating equipment, those who attended were offered equipment maintenance and monitoring seminars. Three lucky attendees won free one-month equipment rentals. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG see EVENT page 80

Gene Henshaw (L) of Schroeder Manatee Ranch and SCR Aggregates, talks to Aalan Thomas of Ring Power.

Contractors wait to test the Cat K series loaders.

The operator demos the Cat 938K loader.

Mark Lacke (L) of E. R. Jahna talks to Randy Ringhaver, CEO of Ring Power Corp.

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Florida Gulf Coast University Finance, Economics Chair Delivers Presentation KELLY from page 12

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The operator demonstrates the Cat D6N with machine control.

H. Shelton Weeks, chair, department of economics and finance at Florida Gulf Coast University, gives a presentation on the economy of southwest Florida.

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ASA Applauds Proposed Legislation Targeting Construction ‘Bid Shopping’ ASA hailed legislation introduced by Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., on May 9, as a significant step to improve the management of the federal government’s construction projects. By requiring contractors to use the subcontractors identified in the contractors’ bids, the Construction Quality Assurance Act of 2013 (H.R. 1942) would promote open competition among subcontractors and ethical bidding practices and ensure that the highest quality subcontractors bid and work on projects paid for with federal taxpayer dollars. “As the federal government continues to tighten its belt, taxpayers deserve to get absolutely the best construction projects for their tax dollars,” said ASA Chief Advocacy Officer E. Colette Nelson. “Under the current acquisition system, federal contracting officers must accept prime contractor bids without any assurance of which subcontractors will actually perform the work. This lack of oversight diminishes the quality of and threatens the security of federal construction. Taxpayers deserve better, and mandatory bid listing is the responsible solution.” Rep. Maloney’s bid listing legislation would require prime contractors that bid on federal construction projects over $1 million to list each subcontractor they plan to use for $100,000 or more work. After the contract award, if a prime contractor replaced a listed subcontractor without the

permission of the contracting officer, the prime contractor would be subject to penalties in an amount equal to the greater of: 10 percent of the amount of the subcontractor’s bid; the difference between the amount of the list subcontractor’s bid and the replacement subcontractor’s bid; or the difference between the amount of the bid by a substituted subcontractor and the dollar value specified by the contractor to self-perform the work. A subcontractor that knowingly participates in the prime contractor’s failure to comply with the bid listing requirements also would be subject to penalties. “The bid-listing requirement would eliminate post-award price negotiations between contractors and subcontractors that can lead to corner cutting and wasteful spending, and can drive quality contractors and subcontractors out of federal construction markets,” Nelson said. “And, by requiring contractors bidding on federal agencies’ construction projects to inform agencies of the major subcontractors they would use on projects and the types of work that those subcontractors would perform, the bill would add a welcome measure of protection to the nation’s infrastructure.” For more information, visit www.asaonline.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

College Financial Assistance Available The children of highway workers killed or permanently disabled on the job will receive financial assistance in their pursuit of higher education due to scholarships announced by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association Transportation Development Foundation (ARTBATDF). Students from Delaware, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky and Pennsylvania have been named 2013 recipients of the ARTBA-TDF’s “Lanford Family Highway Worker Memorial Scholarship.” The program was established in 1999 with a gift from two Roanoke, Va., highway contractors and their companies — Stan Lanford (1999 ARTBA chairman) of Lanford Brothers, and Jack Lanford (1991 ARTBA chairman), of Adams Construction Company. On average, about 100 highway workers are killed every year on the job or in roadway construction work zone accidents. The 2013 class includes: Vybav Hiraesave, Dover, Del. Vybav’s father, Vasuki Hiraesave, was killed in an accident while working as an employee of the Delaware

Department of Transportation in March 2006. Vybav is a sophomore at the University of Delaware and is majoring in chemical engineering. Lyndsay Morgan, Daytona Beach, Fla. Lyndsay’s father, Steven Morgan, was killed in a November 2011 accident while working on Interstate 75 in Florida. In the fall, Lyndsay will attend Florida Gulf Coast University and major in athletic training. Haley Ward, Tell City, Ind. Haley’s father, Ronald Ward, was killed on the job in 2005 while working maintenance for the Indiana Department of Transportation. Haley will be attending University of Southern Indiana in the fall and plans to major in biology. Dallas Jones, Bluffton, Ind. Dallas’ father, Dale Jones, was killed in a December 2009 accident while working as an employee of the Indiana Department of Transportation. Dallas attends the Indiana Institute of Technology and is majoring in computer science. Grant Horn, Whitesburg, Ky. Grant’s dad, Greg Horn, was killed in 1997 during a drilling

accident while working on a state highway construction project. Grant will attend the Lincoln College of Technology in the fall, majoring in automotive diesel technology. Alexis Keefe, Wyalusing, Pa. Alexis’ dad, Bret Keefe, was killed in a car accident in 2001 while working for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. She will attend Bentley University in the fall and pursue a business degree. The ARTBA-TDF is interested in receiving contact leads on students who could benefit from the scholarship program. Please share them with ARTBA Scholarship and Awards Manager Holly DiGangi at hdigangi@artba.org. Individuals and firms interested in supporting the scholarship program can do so by sending a check payable to: ARTBATDF, 1219 28th St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20007. For more information, visit www.artba.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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FAE USA Holds Open House, Conference, Demo Day

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AE USA Inc. held an open house, conference and demo day at its North American headquarters in Flowery Branch, Ga., May 9. A morning press conference started the event and was designed to showcase the newest products and services offered by FAE. Attendees were provided the opportunity to see the inner workings of the FAE USA headquarters and the products, parts and services within the facility. A southern style BBQ was served and attendees were transported to a demo spot in nearby Gainesville, Ga. Nearly the entire line of FAE and PrimeTech products were demonstrated in a working environment. Local dignitaries on hand for the day’s events included: Stan Brown, city manager of the city of Oakwood, Ga.; Shelley Davis, vice presidentexisting industry of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce; Lamar Scroggs, Mayor of the city of Oakwood, Ga.; and Alex Mussa, assistant trade commissioner, Italian Trade Commission, Atlanta, Ga. The new FAE UML/SSL 150 VT mulcher head was unveiled to the crowd at the FAE USA headquarters facility. “The good thing about this new skid steer head is that we did a lot of upgrades from the previous model, but the retail price remains the same. So…the good news, we’ve put a lot of money into development and we kept the price the same,” said company CEO, Giorgio Carera. Tom King, president and CEO of Supertrak, based in Punta Gorda, Fla., and Dave Evans, Supertrak in Cameron, N.C., displayed the Supertrak 140RTL, a 4-wheel articulated custom built mulcher. The mulcher offers 140 hp (104 kW), 125 hydraulic hp (93 kW) to the head and a 4-wheel articulated machine. This Supertrak machine uses the FAE STC SSL 150 stone crusher. The machine comes as a total package or as an attachment. “The customers like them. The product pretty much speaks for itself and the quality is outstanding. What’s even better is the service that FAE provides after the sale. Parts availability is excellent and makes for happy customers. It’s been a great addition to our product line. It expands on the skid steer lines that we carry. We also include these in our rental fleet, which is something that a lot of companies won’t do. We’re confident enough in the FAE head that it can go out and take the abuse that some of the rental customers are going to put on it. Not only will we rent one of our machines with a mulching unit, we’ll also rent the mulcher separately, which is something that is pretty much unheard of in our industry,” said Allen Tennis of Custom Truck & Equipment, Kansas City, Mo. “I’ll be selling the full line of FAE and PrimeTech products in all of California, Nevada and Arizona. Our company specialty is in forestry and

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mastication products, and the FAE products are a good complement to our existing lines. We’ve really only dealt with them in the forestry applications, but we’re excited to now get into the road maintenance units,” said John DalBianco of F5 Equipment based in Stockton, Calif., Contractors had a chance to feature their companies’ services, and use of FAE USA products. Josh Davis of Davis Contracting & Excavating based in Naugatuck, W.Va., provided demonstrations on his company’s clay transformation process. Clay is turned into shale rock in a matter of 72 hours, a process that takes millions of years to occur in nature. By mixing precise amounts of water and Perma-Zyme (a natural organic solution for soil stabilization) with clay and dirt using an FAE RSM road stabilizer and rock crusher, roads are created. In addition the process can be used for road maintenance. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG see FAE page 88

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Caterpillar’s VisionLink 2.7 Give Managers Greater Control Caterpillar has enhanced the ability of rent productivity capabilities of the managers to monitor equipment remotely VisionLink application, which include the with the latest release of VisionLink 2.7. Product Link’s intuitive user interface provides customers a mobile optimized web application, the ability to schedule automated delivery of VisionLink reports and remote access to on-board payload system information. The mobile application is available on iOS, BlackBerry, Android/Chrome and Windows operating systems. Introductory functionality enables viewing the location of assets on a map, tracking scheduled services, viewing fault codes and open alerts and accessing idle, working and runtime through a smartphone. New productivity functionality leverages existing onboard payload systems for wheel loaders and offhighway trucks equipped with such systems. Managers can remotely monitor information such as total payload moved per day and total payload per hour and per unit of fuel. This new integration adds to the cur- VisionLink display of mixed fleet.

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input, as well as advanced integration with on-board grade control systems to enable detailed monitoring of earthmoving, grading and finishing projects. In addition, VisionLink now provides timely visibility to the information your business needs through daily, weekly and monthly reports scheduled in advanced and delivered via email to those who need to know. Cat Product Link is a robust remote monitoring and asset management solution, enabling powerful tools that transform data from an entire fleet into the essential information required to boost productivity, reduce costs and manage risks. Product Link’s intuitive interface, VisionLink, makes it easy for a manager to monitor data from the whole fleet and then to zoom in for a detailed look at individual assets, according to the manufacturer. For more information, visit www.cat.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

AEMP Appoints New Executive Committee Members The Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP) elected its new 2013-14 executive committee members and named new directors during its 2013 Management Conference and Annual Meeting March 17 to 19 in Jacksonville, Fla. The board also appointed a new president/CEO and chairman. Bob Merritt, the director of equipment at URS Corporation’s Energy and Construction Division, is the new president/CEO and AEMP board chairman. He said his priorities for the coming year are to expand the AEMP footprint, enhance the association’s educational offerings and further its efforts in telematics. “Telematics is a big driver for me,” Merritt said. “This is important technology, but unfortunately there is still a lot of misunderstanding and mystery surrounding it. We need more training and experience with telematics so we can make it easier to use, so we get better information from its application and so we can better apply that information to benefit our companies.” Active AEMP members elected Thad Pirtle, the vice president of equipment at Traylor Bros. Inc., as the 2013-14 chairmanelect, and Dave Gorski, the shop administrator at K-Five Constructions Co., as the new secretary/treasurer. AEMP members also

AEMP nominating committee selects individuals who have demonstrated continued support for AEMP initiatives to lead the board. Members serve one-year terms.

“Telematics is a big driver for me.” Bob Merritt AEMP President/CEO

elected three vice chairmen: Chris Ryan, the equipment manager at Boh Bros. Construction Co.; Warren Schmidt, the corporate equipment manager at Flatiron; and John Meese, the senior director of heavy equipment and disposal operations support at Waste Management. Member constituents in each fleet category elected five new directors of designated industries. Jason Ruggles, shop manager at Taylor Bros. Inc. is the new director of construction; Donald Lubinsky, the executive director of Pennsylvania Operation Lifesaver, is the director of governmental; Donald Gengelbach, the supervisor of Mulzer Crushed Stone, is the director of mining; John Shearer, vice president of product support at James River Equipment Co., is the director of associates at large; and Dan Tidwell, senior vice president of market development and construction media at Randall Reilly Publishing Co., is the director

of strategic partners. Finally, the board appointed 10 new members: Tom Bucklar, manager of equipment management, Caterpillar Inc.; Roberto Bogdanoff, director key account for customer support, Volvo Construction Equipment; Erik Wilde, vice president of product marketing, Komatsu America Corp.; Randy Amarine, development manager, AT&T; Carl Porter, corporate business manager, John Deere Construction and Forestry; Alexis Smith, associate brand manager-HD, Castrol; Rod Sutton, editorial director, Construction Equipment magazine; Scott Walter, director of major accounts, IronPlanet; Dixon Linklater, manager of corporate accounts, CNH; and Joe Phelan, national accounts, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. The AEMP Board comprises 22 members who represent companies within the equipment management industry. Each year the

About AEMP The Association of Equipment Management Professionals was formed in 1980 and is headquartered in Glenwood Springs, Colo. The organization for professional asset management who oversee offroad fleets and it represents fleet professionals who work in construction, government, utilities, energy, mining and more. AEMP maintains relationships among manufacturers, users, governmental agencies, educational institutions and others involved in the design and management of heavy equipment. The organization created the term “Equipment Triangle.” It is the cornerstone of the association’s philosophy that a balanced relationship must exist between the end user, distributor and OEM/supplier in the lifecycle of a piece of heavy equipment or product. AEMP advances this philosophy through its education and certification programs. For more information, visit AEMP.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Chicago Pneumatic’s (CP) CPS 275 is the newest addition to the line of portable compressors, available now at CP distributors. It features a highly efficient airend that provides 271 cfm @ 100 psi. The CPS 275 KD portable compressor boasts a 74 hp (55 kW) Kubota engine and includes a sound suppressed enclosure and an easy-to-navigate control panel. With an overall length of 148 in. (376 cm), an overall width of 66 in. (167 cm), and a height of 58 in. (147 cm), the CPS 275 is as maneuverable as it is powerful. The ready-to operate weight of the CPS 275 is 3,141 lbs. (1,424 kg) with a fuel tank capacity of 34 gal. (129 L). “The CPS 275 does it all,” said Eric Massinon, product manager of CP Portable Energy. “But the most impressive thing about the CPS 275 is its unprecedented dura-

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5.7 (1.7) 49 (1245) 7.4 (23) 79 (2007) 5.9 (1.8) 58 (1473) 7.4 (23) 79 (2007) 7.4 (23) 79 (2007) 7 to 24 (2.1 to 7.3) N/A

167.5 (4255) 182 (4623) 175 (4445) 182 (4623) 182 (4623) N/A

10.5 (3.25 m)

7.4 (2.26 m)

1569 (711.7) 2710 (1229) 1938 (879) 2123 (963) 2242 (1017) 18 (8)

25.5 (7.8 m)

2,435 (1,007)

7.4 (2.26 m)

26.2 (7.97 m)

60 (15, 20)

10.5 (3.25 m)

2,503 (1,036)

120

4.3 (1.3)

1,800 (816)

60 (7.5) 60 (7.5) 60 (8) 60 (8) 60 (7.5) 60 (7.5) 60 (8) 60 (8)

9.3 (2.8)

7.4 (2.3)

120

14.6 (4.5)

4.3 (1.3)

5.8 (1.8)

1,610 (730)

120

60 (6) N/A (6) N/A (6) 60 (8) 60 (8) 60 (8)

60 (6) 60 (8) 60 (8) 60 (10) 60 (20) 60 (20)

120/240 N/A N/A 4 x 120/240 4 x 120/240 4 x 120/240

2 x 120 2 x 120 2 x 120 2 x 120 2 x 120 2 x 120

14.2 (4.3) 15.0 (4.6) 14.8 (4.5) 14.8 (4.5) 14.8 (4.5) 11.2 (3.4)

14 (4.3) 15.4 (4.7) 15.4 (4.7) 15.4 (4.7) 15.4 (4.7) 15.4 (4.7)

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4.5 (1.4) 5.1 (1.6) 5.1 (1.6) 6.8 (2) 6.8 (2) 6.7 (2)

4.3 (1.3) 5.25 (1.6) 5.25 (1.6) 5.25 (1.6) 5.25 (1.6) 5.25 (1.6)

5.0 (1.5) 5.4 (1.6) 5.6 (1.7) 5.8 (1.8) 5.8 (1.8) 6.8 (2.1)

5.6 (1.7) 6.5 (2.0) 6.5 (2.0) 6.5 (2.0) 6.5 (2.0) 6.5 (2.0)

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1,725 (782) 1,950 (885) 2,092 (949) 2,425 (1,100) 2,425 (1,100) 2,605 (1,182)

1,670 (757) 2,160 (980) 2,160 (980) 2,160 (980) 3,002 (1,362) 3,010 (1,365)

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Doosan Develops New XP200WJD Tier IVi Air Compressor Doosan Portable Power is delivering a new power level in its air compressor lineup with the introduction of the Tier IVi-compliant XP200WJD. The new model produces 200 cfm at 125 psig, making it ideal for countless applications, including general construction, sandblasting, pneumatic tool operation and pipeline testing. “Our customers’ needs are constantly evolving, and our responsibility to best serve them is to ensure that we operate with a certain amount of flexibility, so that we answer those needs efficiently and effectively,” said Juan Rubio, assistant product manager, air compressors, Doosan Portable Power. “Our customers have expressed a need for a model that delivers 200 cfm at 125 psig with the same productivity and reliability they receive from our P250 model — so, we went to work.” The XP200WJD maximizes job site productivity with an eight-hour runtime at 100 percent load. Dependable even in extreme temperatures, the model boasts a threedegree limited ambient temperature improvement, delivering reliable performance in conditions up to 118F, according to the manufacturer. Easy-to-access service points and simplified maintenance enhance machine lifetime. Pnuematic lift side doors provide easy access to service points — from hoses to filters and fuel tanks — while a rear panel simplifies heat exchanger cleaning. A spin-on oil separation system offers easier maintenance, while an engine and airend diagnostic module provides operators with at-

a-glance maintenance and servicing information. The rugged design, easy transportability and flexibility to meet a multitude of applications also make the XP200WJD an ideal model for rental fleets. Job site efficiencies are

gained with larger tool storage system that puts tools required within easy reach. A three-position, adjustable pintle eye accommodates a variety of vehicle hitches while a folding A-frame drawbar with heavy-duty safety chains allows for easy attachment and towing stability. Rugged terrain is managed with peace of mind, as heavy-duty, independent rubber-torsion suspension running gear and high ground clearance wheels reduce shock transfer to internal components. The model also comes standard with a corrosion-resistant steel enclosure. The XP200WJD is powered by a Tier IVi-compliant John Deere engine, and includes a one-year, 2,000-hour bumper-to-bumper warranty; twoyear, 4,000-hour engine warranty; and two-year, 4,000-hour airend warranty. An optional fiveyear, 10,000-hour extended powertrain warranty is available if genuine Doosan fluids and filters are used at recommended maintenance intervals. For more information, visit doosanportablepower.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

The Tier IVi-compliant XP200WJD produces 200 cfm at 125 psig, making it ideal for countless applications, including general construction, sandblasting, pneumatic tool operation and pipeline testing.

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Allmand Unveils Latest Maxi-Lite II Light Tower Building on a tradition that dates back to 1954 when it developed the industry’s first portable light tower, Allmand Bros. Inc. announced the development of the latest generation Maxi-Lite light tower, the Allmand Maxi-Lite II. It will be available in either a traditional lay down style or a Vseries hydraulically-actuated vertical tower. This redesign builds on the previous generation’s reputation of reliability with even greater performance and serviceability features, according to the manufacturer.

The Allmand Maxi-Lite II will be available in either a traditional lay down style or a V-series hydraulically-actuated vertical tower. EnPak Air Power 40 gives field service technicians reliable air and electrical power in a self-contained, engine-driven unit that eliminates the need for an engine/truck mounted air compressor.

EnPak Air Power 40 Offers Reliable Air, Electrical Power

Longer Run Time Now standard with 100 gal. (378.5 L) of fuel capacity, the Maxi-Lite II can operate up to 175 hours with all four lights operating to provide extended operation with less service expense. The dual rotationally molded fuel tanks are longitudinally mounted on either side of the enclosure directly over the axle to ensure that the trailer is evenly balanced irrespective of the fuel level. Easier Service The light tower’s completely redesigned trailer features heavy-gauge formed steel gull-wing style doors that allow complete accessibility to all major engine and generator components. Its remote oil drain enables easy engine servicing. The larger enclosure allows easier service access and accommodates Tier IV Final engines as well as any peripheral attachments they may require. Environmentally Friendly The trailer-integrated fluid containment system provides additional peace-of-mind when operating in environmentally-sensitive areas. The containment tray holds up to 110 percent of the fuel and oil capacity and incorporates a large drain for easy clean-out. Five-Point Stabilizer System A new standard five-point stabilizer system features two side sliding outriggers and two rear sliding outriggers, all with captive lock pins and an additional swivel screw jack

on the trailer drawbar. When properly set up and leveled, the Maxi-Lite II can remain stable in wind gusts up to 65 mph. More Light Incorporating Allmand’s SHO-HD 1,250watt engineered lighting system, the new Maxi-Lite II provides 150,000 lumens per lamp — a 36 percent increase over other light towers. The brighter, whiter light of the SHO-HD system more accurately approximates sunlight, helping to promote work site safety and efficiency. Additionally, Allmand’s optional Saf-T-Visor attachment may also be installed on the fixtures to direct otherwise wasted light back onto the work site. For more information, call 800/562-1373 or visit www.allmand.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Miller Electric Mfg. Co.’s EnPak Air Power 40 is a truck-integrated, engine-driven air compressor and generator that eliminates the need for hydraulically driven standalone or under-hood compressors, and integrates seamlessly into a truck’s electrical and fuel systems. This allows field service personnel to run air and power tools off one unit and with the truck turned off. It lowers fuel costs up to 30 percent, reduces truck engine hours up to 60 percent, lowers truck noise and reduces exhaust fumes in the work area, according to the manufacturer. EnPak Air Power 40 is designed for service truck operators who regularly use compressed air and generator power but don’t need the hydraulic functions first introduced in EnPak Mechanic Series. This makes it more accessible for service trucks that aren’t equipped with hydraulic cranes but still require the use of heavy-duty air and power tools, such as impact wrenches, jacks, grinders and welding and cutting equipment. This includes industries such as power generation, public utilities and municipalities, transit authorities, waste disposal and rental equipment facilities. “My air tools consist of everything from die grinders, air drills, air grinders and 3/8inch to 1-inch impact wrenches,” said Kevin Conner, field service technician, Brandeis Machinery & Supply, “and I notice a significant increase in the volume of air available with EnPak, especially using a 1-inch-drive impact. You no longer have to wait between fasteners for the air to build back up.” Prior to EnPak, field service technicians relied on either a hydraulically driven standalone or under-hood compressor. This required leaving the truck running throughout the day, which added unnecessary drivetrain hours to their service trucks. EnPak Air Power 40 now runs the air compressor and

generator with its 27 hp (20 kW) Kubota diesel engine, which ties directly into the truck’s fuel and electrical systems. Field service technicians now only fill up the truck’s diesel tank and can run all critical tools with the truck turned off. Combining these functions in one unit provides the following benefits: • Reduces fuel consumption up to 30 percent. • Lowers maintenance costs: Reduces truck operating hours, which yields lower annual maintenance costs. • Eliminates nonproductive drivetrain hours and extends the useful life of a service truck. • Eliminates the under-hood compressor, which is not transferable from truck to truck. EnPak Air Power 40 features Miller’s Air Pak 40 variable-speed rotary screw air compressor that is rated at 40 cfm at 100 psi, with 175 psi maximum pressure. This allows service technicians to use air tools without having to stop and wait for pressure to build. It also features 6,000 watts of generator power for welders and power tools, plus an optional 2,400 watts of pure sine wave EnVerter power for accessories such as lights and laptops. The unit is up to 10 dB quieter when compared to running the same tools off the truck’s engine, and the work environment is substantially improved as truck exhaust isn’t filtering into the work area, according to the manufacturer. EnPak Air Power 40 also features a vertical exhaust to filter fumes up and away from the work area. For more information, call 800/426-4553 or visit www.MillerWelds.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Dynapac Announces CA-Series Mid-Range Soil Compactors Dynapac’s fifth-generation CA2500 through CA4000 mid-range soil compactors can be equipped with multiple levels of compaction control from the basic compaction meter with new active bounce control technology to the full compaction optimizer. With the needs of road builders in mind, the range is ready to be paired with Dynapac’s Intelligent Compaction solution, the compaction analyzer. Design engineers worked to place these machines at the center of a system covering the three stages required for optimum results on a project: pre-rolling preparation, performance during rolling and post-rolling “validation,” which includes activities such as documentation for quality control and for acceptance. The operator takes charge of the CA-Series roller from either an open platform or a climate controlled comfort cab with a seat that allows up to 180 degrees of movement in unison with the steering column and display cluster. All machine functions are at the operator’s fingertips and comfort is further enhanced by the tilt steering wheel and adjustable seat. Loss of traction, even in the toughest conditions, is swiftly counteracted by an easy-to-use toggling gear shifting system, or with an optional passive anti-spin traction system.

ommend amplitude settings, rolling speed and number of passes for optimum performance. The software also provides information on the expected depth effect and density that should be achieved after any given number of passes. Optimizing compaction effort, Cheney said, saves fuel for lower cost-per-compacted yard and reduces overall environmental impact. Performance Stage During compaction, or the performance stage, the Dynapac compaction meter and compaction analyzer present continuously updated information to the operator’s display screen. Cheney said the operator always sees the density of the material being compacted and the exact position of the roller in relation to a selected reference line and can direct additional compaction energy to specific areas as required. The Dynapac CA rollers in this mid-range class have static linear loads of 140 to 250 lb./in. (25 to 45 kg/cm) with amplitudes of 2.0 or 1.8 mm / 0.8 mm. Cheney said the optimization of each machine’s linear load relative to the vibratory force applied maximizes depth effect, meaning higher volume capacity for compaction with fewer passes. An added benefit of equipping the roller with Dynapac’s compaction meter is the new “active bounce control,” which stops unnecessary wear on the roller and prevents material damage from over-compaction.

Preparation Stage According to Shawn Cheney, Dynapac vice-president and business line manager, the preparation stage more fully supports “project planning.” He explained that equipping rollers with the Dynapac Compaction Analyzer and GPS allows operators to make a pre-compaction pass to chart ground conditions. The pass determines the properties of the material to be compacted and also will reveal weak areas before rolling starts. For preparation at the office, before machines are even sent to a job site, Dynapac’s CompBase software provides detailed compaction planning and production information for Dynapac machines on a wide range of unbound materials. A project manager can input the machine model, material type, its thickness and the degree of compaction desired and CompBase will help determine the comThe Dynapac CA3500 soil compactor. paction effort necessary to achieve it, rec-

Validation Stage Dynapac’s documentation system stores information from the compaction analyzer (DCA-S) for later analysis. Performance efficiency can be studied back in the office. High qual-

The Dynapac CA2500 soil compactor.

ity documentation can be generated for quality assurance and acceptance inspection requirements. Results from quality control can be collected together in one system using data from the acceptance inspection. Engine, Operating Cost Engine offerings for the CA2500 through CA4000 rollers vary by size but include the customer’s choice of either Cummins four- or Deutz six-cylinder diesels, both interim Tier IV certified. These machines feature Dynapac’s innovative cross-mounted engine with easy-open hood to provide unparalleled service and maintenance access. Customers who choose the anti-spin traction package will benefit from the Dynapac ECO mode fuel saving system, ensuring that the roller does not consume more power than needed at any time. ECO mode minimizes both fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. For more information, visit www.dynapac.us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Atlas Copco Implements New Visual Identity for Equipment Atlas Copco will align the visual identity of Dynapac rollers and pavers to be consistent with Atlas Copco branded equipment. The new identity launched in April 2013 at Bauma in Munich. The Dynapac name will continue to be prominently featured along with the Atlas Copco nomenclature. The color scheme will now be yellow and grey, matching all Atlas Copco’s product lines, which include construction tools, portable compressors and generators, and mining and drilling equipment. Numeric model designations will not change within the new identity, but will be used together with the Dynapac name — Atlas Copco Dynapac F1000W, Atlas Copco Dynapac CA2500, Atlas Copco Dynapac CC624, etc. Shawn Cheney, vice president of Atlas Copco Road Construction Equipment USA, said, “The change supports Atlas Copco Construction Technique’s overall goal to be the world leader in road construction equipment. Presenting a

consistently uniform identity to the global market fundamentally supports this goal.” The visual change also will strengthen Dynapac, Cheney said. “First of all the Dynapac name is dominantly visible in the product designation. It shows we are combining the strengths of Atlas Copco with the technological advantages of Dynapac. Second, we are clearly highlighting the ben-

efits of full integration with Atlas Copco, bringing the process and logistic advantages that such a strong group can offer.” Cheney noted that although Dynapac has been part of Atlas Copco since 2007, few end

users knew Atlas Copco was behind new products developed specifically for the North American market and the upgrades within its distribution network. “The most important aspect of this new look is the message it sends to customers — that Atlas Copco is determined to continue Dynapac's rapid growth in the U.S. and make investments accordingly,” Cheney said. “The change in visual identity is a statement of commitment, a statement of accountability." Existing Dynapac dealers will be identified as Atlas Copco Road Construction Equipment dealers, Cheney said. The visual identity transitional period will differ from product to product and depend on new product introductions, but full integration should be complete by 2014. For more information, call 800/732-6762 or visit www.atlascopcous. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Oldcastle Materials’ SuperDump Bodies Contribute to Safety Commitment 

Oldcastle Materials, one of the leading suppliers of aggregates, asphalt, ready mixed concrete, and construction and paving services in the United States, claims one of the best safety records in the industry. Support and leadership from its management team, along with comprehensive training and a companywide commitment to eliminate injuries and accidents, have made safety and health a shared value throughout the entire organization. “Our operations span the nation from Montana to Texas and from Washington to Florida. We’re local to the customers and communities that depend on our materials, yet we deliver the best practice standards and efficiencies of a company with a national presence,” said Strategic Sourcing Manager Harry Gorrell. Every Oldcastle Materials company operates according to the best practices that have been established over many years of business. Companies within the Oldcastle family share these practices in order to create synergy between companies and divisions in meeting production, efficiency and safety goals. In addition, Oldcastle Materials has established best practice groups composed of representatives from each of the divisions. These groups meet to share ideas, experiences, initiatives, new industry practices and technological advances that have worked best for individual companies across Oldcastle Materials. These commitments to safety and best practices manifest themselves in the field and on job sites. From knowing, following and adhering to state, local and federal regulations to maximizing productivity through equipment choices, Oldcastle Materials runs at a high level of efficiency. The Right Equipment for the Job One example of how Oldcastle Materials brings together the right equipment and approach in order to meet its commitment to safety and best practice is in material handling and transportation. Nationwide, the transportation system has been under a great deal of scrutiny. Bridges in particular are a focus now for increased inspection and enforcement of regulations for several reasons, most memorable, the I-35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis, Minn., in 2007. By incorporating a tool like SuperDump bodies with trailing axles into its extensive fleet of vehicles, the company has one more piece of the equipment puzzle at its disposal for improving safety and increasing productivity, while meeting federal, state and local bridge and road regulations. The concept behind the trailing axle is simple. Multiple axle configurations distribute the weight over a much wider ground area, meeting payload restrictions throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. The air-suspension trailing axle is designed to assist carrying the extra weight of the payload and ensure a smooth ride with stability and handling.





Four, six or seven axle configurations can increase payloads up to 25 tons (22.7 t) and 80,000 GVWR. In some configurations, on-board weight scales are available for monitoring and optimizing the load. The focus on this configuration of dump body has been on the rise over the last few years, according to Jan Wienczkowski, product manager of dump body manufacturer Ox Bodies, Fayette, Ala. “While the trailing axle and SuperDump body are not new, many companies are finding that configuration is particularly effective today considering fuel costs, cost of insurance, along with stricter federal, state and local bridge regulations. The trailing axle configuration allows for bigger payloads with fewer trucks and less trips. That means less fuel, fewer license fees and lower insurance costs along with maximized profit potential,” he said. “Because regulations are different from state to state, the SuperDump is offered in four, six and seven axles configurations. Additionally, the body itself is available as elliptical or square with a range of available options. This allows the user to choose a configuration that best fits the particular application, Wienczkowski added. Oldcastle Materials utilizes the SuperDumps for hot mix asphalt and aggregate deliveries to both customers and to its own road construction jobs. “We are seeing payloads of over 24.5 tons per truck allowing us to utilize fewer trucks to deliver total volume needed in a safe and timely manner. It provides Oldcastle Materials with more options to transport the same amount of product. More options means greater flexibility and more opportunities for us to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations,” said Gorrell. With those projects occurring throughout the country, Gorrell needs to stay on top of specific road and bridge regulations from state to state; not an easy task. “We pride ourselves on our safety culture and are committed to following all laws and regulations. With some exceptions, most states, have different sets of standards and regulations. These regulations can differ from federal regulations and bridge laws. These laws can supersede one another depending on the location and the type of roadway,” he said. “Keeping track is challenging especially when we’re specifying trucks and making sure we’re operating a piece of equipment that is safe for our people and safe for the general public and in compliance with the applicable laws. And we take the extra steps to do that. Pieces of equipment like the SuperDump are tools in the toolbox that we’re able to use where we can to help optimize payloads in the safest manner possible. SuperDump trucks help Oldcastle Materials meet customer expectations with more flexibility,” Gorrell added. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)



 

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Dignitaries Attend Hyundai Construction Equipment Factory Completion Event Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc.’s parent company, Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. (HHI), has completed its first construction equipment factory in Brazil. The completion ceremony for the factory in Itatiaia, Rio de Janeiro, was attended by Sergio Cabral, Rio de Janeiro state governor; Luis Carlos Ferreira Bastos, mayor of Itatiaia; and Choe Byeong-ku, president and COO of Hyundai Heavy Industries’ construction equipment division. With an investment of $175 million, the justover 6 million sq. ft. factory has an annual production capacity of 3,000 units including excavators, wheel loaders and backhoe loaders, and plans to increase the capacity to 4,000 units by 2014. HHI has already received orders worth $60 Dignitaries from Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd, BMC, the million for 500 construction equipment units from state of Rio de Janeiro and the city of Itatiaia attend a compleeight projects in Brazil including the construction tion ceremony for HHI’s first construction equipment factory of a hydroelectric power plant in the state of Pará in Brazil. and a railway project in Brazil’s northeast. The Ulsan, South Korea-based company expects the new which continues to grow as a center of the global economy,” Brazilian plant will serve as the South and Central America said Choe Byeong-ku. For more information, call 877/509-2254 or visit base helping HHI secure market share and provide better www.hceamericas.com. service to clients in the region. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment “We believe our construction factory can make contributions to and grow together with the Brazilian economy Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Bechtel, Manatee County Fleet Services Receive AEMP Fleet Master Award Bechtel Equipment Operations, Sugar Land, Texas, and to administrators, and its maintenance management system Manatee County (Fla.) Fleet Services have earned 2013 is integrated with its financial accounting system to provide Fleet Master Awards from the Association of Equipment simple transfer of information. Federal, local, state and priManagement Professionals (AEMP). AEMP presented the vate auditors have praised the program for its effectiveness. awards at its Management Conference and Annual Meeting According to AEMP, Manatee takes a pro-active approach March 17 to 19 in Jacksonville, Fla. to safety, offering annual and monthly training. It reached Each year an AEMP panel of industry experts selects hon- 1,975 days with no lost time incidents earning it a nominaorees that have demonstrated outstanding fleet management tion for a safety award from the county safety committee in capabilities through finance, information, policies, controls 2012. Technicians perform monthly facility inspections to and customer service. The association has honored one com- ensure work areas are safe. Government Fleet magazine recpany in the private and public sectors for 10 consecutive ognized Manatee as one of the Top 100 Fleets of 2012, a title years. it has earned for nine consecutive years. Manatee also AEMP honored Bechtel Equipment Operations, the received the Fleet Master Award in 2009. Public-Sector Fleet Master, for its ongoing commitment to safety, customer service and fleet management capabilities. The selection panel noted the company’s efficiency in managing fleets from around the globe through its project equipment management system (PEMS). Bechtel uses the program to manage more than 19,000 assets in 12 countries to accurately maintain inventory based on local availability and timeframes, to monitor daily fuel consumption and machine hours from any location, and to track lifecycle costs that reflect local currencies. The company also uses the system to support its preventive maintenance program. (L-R): Bob Hall, general operation manager, Bechtel Equipment Operations; Ken Bechtel schedules routine Burke, service operation manager, Bechtel Equipment Operations; and Mike maintenance based on truck- Brennan, fleet manager, Manatee County Fleet Services, show off their 2013 Fleet ing hours that are tracked in Master Awards. the system. Bechtel also maintains a strong commitment to safety with its goal of zero accidents. About AEMP The company offers a diverse training program and encourThe Association of Equipment Management ages equipment manager specialist (EMS) and certified Professionals was formed in 1980 and is headquartered in equipment manager (CEM) training from AEMP to ensure it Glenwood Springs, Colo. The organization is the premier is deploying knowledgeable professionals worldwide. organization for professional asset management who overFinally, Bechtel is dedicated to providing outstanding cus- see off-road fleets and it represents fleet professionals who tomer service that sets it apart. No stranger to accolades, work in construction, government, utilities, energy, mining Bechtel has been named Engineering News Record’s top and more. AEMP maintains relationships among manufacU.S. construction contractor for the last 14 years. turers, users, governmental agencies, educational instituAEMP honored Manatee County Fleet Services as the tions and others involved in the design and management of Public-Sector Fleet Master for its dedication to efficient and heavy equipment. The organization created the term effective fleet management. The selection committee noted “Equipment Triangle.” It is the cornerstone of the associathe organization’s solid commitment to safety, training, tech- tion’s philosophy that a balanced relationship must exist nology and customer service while maintaining a fleet of between the end user, distributor and OEM/supplier in the 1,316 units in 141 classes of vehicles and equipment. The lifecycle of a piece of heavy equipment or product. AEMP organization manages four repair facilities within the county. advances this philosophy through its education and certifiIn 2012, the company maintained an average fleet availabil- cation programs. ity of 93.96 percent and was able to provide 75 percent of For more information, visit AEMP.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment required parts the same day. One-third of Manatee’s larger, critical equipment is equipped to relay real time information Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Hyundai Unveils Tier IVi Mid-to-Large-Size Excavators Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. has added three new construction class crawler excavators: the R300LC-9A, 330LC-9A and 380LC-9A. These new earthmovers feature a certified Interim Tier IV engine upgrade, improved hydraulics, increased operator comfort and more durability, according to the manufacturer. These excavators are practical for mid and large size excavating projects, site preparation, pipeline installation, road and utility work or demolition. Like the rest of Hyundai’s new 9A series, all three machines meet Tier IV Interim standards. The R300LC-9A, 330LC-9A and 380LC-9A boast respective operating weights of 65,700, 72,750 and 86,200 lb. (29,801, 33,000 and 39,099 kg). Hyundai has powered each of these 9A excavators with a low emission, low noise, Cummins Interim Tier IV/Stage IIIB engine. (a QSB6.7 for the 300LC-9A, a QSC for the 330LC-9A and a QSL9 the 380LC-9A). All engines are complemented by Cummins’ VGT Turbocharger, which continuously varies the airflow boost to precisely match engine rpm and load demands for optimal performance. Other innovations such as the variable speed fan clutch, two-stage auto decel system and the economy mode The R300LC-9A, 330LC-9A and 380LC-9A boast respective operating weights of 65,700, 72,750 and 86,200 lb. (29,801, 33,000 and 39,099 kg). help to conserve fuel and reduce environmental impact. Plus, operators can choose between three unique shade and a reduced front window seam — bilities. An optional add on is a smart key mation from anywhere with internet access. engine modes — power, standard and econ- all features that work together to improve system that allows the operator to start the Hi-mate users can remotely monitor daily ignition with the push of a button. reports outlining a machine’s location, workomy — which enable the machine to switch visibility. In addition to enhanced safety and visibilThe R300LC-9A, 330LC-9A and 380LC- ing hours, fuel consumption and any periodbetween full power and reduced fuel consumption according to the user’s preference. ity, operators will enjoy the ability to fully 9A come standard with a newly designed ical maintenance needed, drastically reducHydraulic system technologies make the customize the cab of the R300LC-9A, color LCD display cluster with easy to read ing downtime and saving the owner time and 9A series excavators fast, smooth and easy to 330LC-9A and 380LC-9A to best fit their digital gauges for monitoring temperature, money. Hyundai’s 9A-series excavators offer control. The R300LC-9A, 330LC-9A and needs. Operators can easily adjust the seat, fuel levels and other maintenance items. The 380LC-9A come with a redesigned console and armrest settings. Hyundai has simplified design allows the operator to eas- bushings designed for extended lube interhydraulic system which provides the opera- integrated the seat with the console to reduce ily adjust engine power and work modes, set vals of 250 hours — and polymer shims to tor with super fine touch and improved con- operator fatigue, and adjustable air-suspen- boom speed and arm regeneration, view resist wear and reduce noise. Included also sion comes standard. Sleek styling has been what’s happening behind them with the are extended-life hydraulic filters (1,000 trollability, according to the manufacturer. Hyundai has improved the structure applied to the ergonomic joysticks, which optional rear-view camera and protect the hours), long-life hydraulic oil (5,000 hours) machine with the new password anti-theft and more efficient cooling systems and intestrength of the 9A series cabs with stronger are now height-adjustable. Hyundai’s engineers made sure that the system. grated preheating systems, according to the but slimmer tubing for optimum safety and Like all of Hyundai’s 9A series equip- manufacturer. visibility. High-strength steel forms a more 9A cabs include many amenities that For more information, call 877/509-2254 durable upper and lower frame. In addition, decrease stress and increase comfort. Some ment, the R300LC-9A, 330LC-9A and the enlarged cab comes with a see-through of these features and benefits include heated 380LC-9A feature the Hi-mate remote man- or visit www.hceamericas.com. (This story also can be found on upper skylight, a larger and one-piece right- seats, additional space, enhanced climate agement system, which allows operators and side glass, safety glass windows on all sides control system, advanced audio system with dealer service personnel to access a Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at that won’t scratch or fade, a closeable sun- USB player, AM/FM stereo and MP3 capa- machine’s vital service and diagnostic infor- www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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$25 Million Expansion Project Includes New SkyCoaster SKY from page 1

150-plus locations worldwide. Most are 100 to 150 ft. tall. Once a ride is over 200 ft. they need to be approved through the Federal Aviation Administration and need to be fitted with blinking lights so small aircraft can see them. So very few rides are ever over 200 ft.,” said Mark Brisson, director of marketing of Fun Spot. “Our new SkyCoaster is 250 feet high, and we have the world’s tallest at 300 feet at our Kissimmee Amusement Park. I would describe the SkyCoaster as an ultimate thrill ride.” Introduction of the SkyCoaster, a ride combining the experiences of skydiving and hang gliding, formed part of the first phase of an ambitious $25 million expansion project which Fun Spot began in September 2012 and was completed June 1. Landmark Tower and Kyle Hampton were part of the design team for the SkyCoaster. If a ride on the soaring St Louistype arched edifice does not provide enough excitement, visitors can try two other new rides: the White Lightning wooden roller coaster, manufactured by Great Coaster International Inc., of Sunbury, Pa, and the Freedom Flyer, a steel suspension roller coaster from Chance-Vekoma of Wichita, Kan. The 15 acre park (formerly five acres) offers thrills and family rides such as a 100 ft. (30.5 m) giant wheel, bumper cars, bumper boats, a tilt-a-whirl and a double carousel, as well as a Himalayan ride, which Brisson described as the type of ride often seen at carnivals. “It is a circle with something like a bobsled on a track inside the circle. The ride begins and you go up and down as the carriage swings left to right. Then the ride stops and you do the same circuit, now backwards,” said Brisson. Fun Spot offers four multi-level go-kart tracks, rides and an arcade, as well as free admission and free parking. Visitors may purchase an all-day armband or pay individually for each ride they take. The expansion project began about 27 months ago. Fun Spot personnel spent a year visiting other parks and developing a plan. The final decision was to focus on roller coasters in order to take the park to the next level, according to Brisson. Fun Spot itself is building its new 45 ft. (13.7 m) high go-kart track, but Orlando general contractor H. J. High Construction Company is carrying out the bulk of the project. “H. J. High is design-builder for the park, which includes three buildings, as well as all site utility infrastructure for electrical, storm, sanitary and potable water. The main

entrance building will house two retail shops, ticket sales, all administrative functions of the park, and restroom facilities,” said Project Manager Paul D. Fulks. The food service building serves two purposes, first as the name suggests it is a full service commercial kitchen and dining facility for park visitors. But, the building is the ticketing and entrance to the SkyCoaster ride. Patrons will purchase their ride ticket on the ground floor and then go onto the roof via stairs or elevator to mount this extreme swing ride, for which we served as designbuilder for the concrete foundations, comprised of nine deep [45 and 60 ft.] caissons and concrete pile cap.” H. J. High coordinated with the SkyCoaster erector during its assembly, served as design-builder for the concrete foundations of the steel coaster and constructed the foundations for the wooden coaster. The company worked with several consultants, including Associated Consulting International Inc. of Winter Park, Fla., architectural design; Orlando’s Foster Conant & Associates, landscape architecture; KimleyHorn & Associates Inc., civil and EEI Engineering mechanical engineering; BBM Structural Engineers, based in Longwood, Fla., structural and Architectural Consulting Engineers, Inc. in Altamonte Springs, Fla., electrical. Major subcontractors for the job included Tri City Electrical Contractors of Altamonte Springs, Fla., building site and ride electric; Jon M. Hall Company, Longwood, Fla., site development, site utilities and pavements; and Coastal Caisson Corporation of Odessa, deep foundations for the SkyCoaster. Orlando-based subcontractors include Tharp Plumbing Systems Inc.; Century Air Conditioning & Heating Inc., HVAC system; OLP Construction Inc., concrete; AIT Life Safety, fire suppression; Architectural Sheet Metal, roofing; and Spectra Contract Flooring, floors. “With 75 to 100 working on the job, this project has been very heavy in the different types of equipment employed, which included front end loaders, off road trucks, tandem axle road trucks, motorgraders, skid steer loaders, excavators and mini-excavators, cranes of various sizes, dewatering systems, pump trucks, concrete trucks, asphalt pavers, scaffolding and pile drivers,” said Fulks. Equipment used included John Deere, Volvo and Caterpillar models. For the SkyCoaster, Coastal Caisson used a Bauer Caisson rig to install the foundations and Fun Spot used a track-mounted crane to erect the structure. For the buildings, various snorkel and scissor lifts were used. Snorkel lifts and wheeled cranes were used for the

roller coasters. The short duration of the project schedule presented some difficulty. “The owner needed the park completed in time for the summer tourist traffic, which of course is his most profitable three months of the year. Compounding the schedule complexity is the extensive site electrical infrastructure between all the rides,” Fulks said. “There is very little consistency in the work sequence; meaning that the details vary throughout the park. So, management of the project has been extremely hands-on with nearly every trade working simultaneously on site. With all of the site trades working across the park with all of the building trades, safety was a big concern. We treated the project site similarly to a busy road construction project and outfitted the employees with high visibility clothing. Thus far, the project has been performed with zero loss time due to accidents, and only two minor first aid incidents,” said Fulks. The project featured two unusual aspects. In addition to the Federal Aviation Administration clearance required for the SkyCoaster, there was a difference in foundation design for the three major rides. “The SkyCoaster sits on a deep foundation system, the wood coaster sits on grade beams with pedestals and the steel coaster sits on large pads with large piers. The construction tolerance for the steel coaster was extremely small [+/- ¼ in.] plan and elevation) but the construction tolerance for the wood coaster foundations was large [+6 in./ -12 in.]. The wood coaster framing was designed based on the actual survey of the pier locations and elevations. We still constructed it with +/- ¼ in. but the tolerance allowed was much more. We have never constructed roller coasters. This is a pretty unique project. It encompasses many different items with which we do have previous experience, but the combination was what made the project unique,” Fulks said. Changes for the park are not through yet and Brisson alluded to plans in the works for Phase two. “The addition may or may not include four new water rides, a mini water park, a performance area and band shell, a larger food court and birthday room area that may convert to a small dinner theater in the

evenings,” said Brisson. “Additionally we were able to purchase another 10 adjacent acres across the street, although no definite plans have been developed at this time. We were able to successfully work with the city of Orlando and change the name of the access street that will come to our new parking lot and separates the 15 acres with the new 10 acres, from Touchstone Drive to Fun Spot Way,” said

“Our new SkyCoaster is 250 feet high … I would describe SkyCoaster as an ultimate thrill ride.” Mark Brisson Fun Spot

Brisson. The Orlando Fun Spot Park currently hosts some 450,000 visitors a year and has been voted Best Family Entertainment Center in America by the International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions (IAAPA) as well as Best Budget Attraction in central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel. Fun Spot America is a family-owned business that opened the Fun Spot amusement park in Orlando, Fla, in June 1998. In 2005 the company purchased nine acres in Kissimmee, Fla, 14 mi. from Orlando, and opened its second park, Fun Spot USA. According to the company, the timetable for Phase II of the Orlando park and development of its new 10 acres depends on the public's response to Phase 1. For more information visit www.FunSpotAttractions.com. H. J. High Construction Company is a family-owned business. It has been in business since 1936, and has constructed K-12 schools, higher education facilities, hospitals, religious facilities, television studios, casting centers, manufacturing plants, cold storage facilities and office buildings. For more information, visit www.hjhigh.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Vermeer Southeast Sales & Service, Inc. Boynton Beach, FL 1060 West Industrial Avenue Boynton Beach, FL 33462 561-742-7400 • Fax: 561-742-7448 Clearwater, FL 12785 N 44th St. Clearwater, FL 33762 727-299-9207 • Fax: 727-299-0166 Ft. Myers, FL 2231 Flint Dr. Ft. Myers, FL 33916 239-337-5900 • Fax: 239-337-5901 Jacksonville, FL 11550 Philips Hwy. Jacksonville, FL 32256 904-262-4400 • Fax: 904-262-0619 Orlando, FL 4559 Old Winter Garden Rd. Orlando, FL 32811 407-295-2020 • Fax: 407-293-8087 Pensacola, FL 6691 Mobile Highway Pensacola, FL 32526 850-944-8110 • Fax: 850-944-8166 Marietta, GA 1320 Gresham Rd. Marietta, GA 30062 770-973-8811 • Fax: 770-973-7829 Birmingham, AL 2950 Pinson Valley Parkway Birmingham, AL 35217 205-841-9895 • Fax: 205-841-9841

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Byrd Tractor, Inc. 7274 Centreville Rd. Manassas, VA 20111 703-361-2135 • Fax: 703-361-4804 www.byrdtractorinc.com

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JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT Ashland, VA 23005 804/358-6776 Burkeville, VA 23922 434/767-5578 Fishersville, VA 540/337-3057 Richland, VA 276/596-9440 Asheboro, NC 27203 336/625-2212 Charlotte, NC 704/597-0211 Greensboro, NC 336/668-2762

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Ring Power Holds Get In, Get Real Demo Event in Fla.

The Cat K Series loaders draw attention. EVENT from page 34

The contractors receive a detailed description of the Cat 336EL’s machine control system.

The operator tests the Cat D6K 2.

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• Prospect, CT Sat.,June22,2013 For:UtilityandConstruction Equipment

• Alexandria, LA Thurs.,June6,2013 For:ConstructionandAsphalt Equipment

HESS AUCTIONEERS www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 • Thorndale, PA Tues.,June11,2013 For:TrucksandTrailers HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Stoystown, PA Thurs.,June20,2013 For:CompleteLiquidation ShadeEnterprisesInc. IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Friday.,June7,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • Foley, MN Friday.,September13,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • Foley, MN Friday.,December6,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINEAUCTIONS Gotowww.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,June6,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,June27,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 855-GO2-KANE • Dallas, TX Thurs.,June6,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • Philadelphia, PA Sat.,June8,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • Portland, OR Thurs.,June13,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • West Palm Beach, FL Sat.,June22,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • Lansing, MI Sat.,July13,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • South Beloit, IL Sat.,July20,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • Charlotte, NC Thurs.,July25,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Worcester, MA Sat.,August3,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment J.M. WOOD AUCTION COMPANY www.jmwood.com 800-447-7085 • Montgomery, AL Wed.-Thurs.,June12-13, 2013 For:AsphaltEquipment • Montgomery, AL Fri.-Sat.,June28-29,2013 For:AlabamaDepartmentof Transportation KEENAN AUCTION COMPANY www.keenanauction.com 207-885-5100 • Augusta, ME Tues.-Wed.,June11-12, 2013 For:ConstructionEquipment, Aggregate&Paving Equipment,Trucks MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 • Pelzer, SC Wed.,June19,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • Princeton, WV Wed.,June26,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • Fort Mill, SC Tues.,July30,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560 • Mount Airy, NC Wed.,July24,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment NORTH COUNTRY AUCTIONS www.northcountryauctions.com 603-539-5322 • Wrentham, MA Fri.,June14,2013 For:HeavyEquipment

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Thur.,June13,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • ONLINE ONLY Thur.,June20,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • ONLINE ONLY Thur.,June27,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • ONLINE ONLY Fri.,June28,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat.,June15,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Sat.,June8,2013 For:Construction, Utility and Forestry Equipment VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP www.vaughanauctiongroup.c om 903-873-6777 • Wills Point, TX Fri.,June28,2013 For:Spring Contractor’s Public Auction WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat.,June8,2013 For:Construction Equipment • Princeton, MN Sat.,September14,2013 For:Construction Equipment • Princeton, MN Sat.,December7,2013 For:Construction Equipment

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.c om 860-642-4200

WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com 800-443-9580

• Franklin, CT Thurs.-Sat.,June20-22, 2013 For:MajorPublicEquipment Auction

• York Springs, PA Friday,June14,2013 For:Southern PA Contractors Auction

• Roselle, NJ Thurs.,July18,2013 For:MajorPublicEquipment Auction • Ponce, Puerto Rico Tues,September10,2013 For:ConcretePlantand Components

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Newport, NH Thurs.,June6,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

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Operators Demo Machines With FAE USA Attachments

Tom King (L), president and CEO of Supertrak, based in Punta Gorda, Fla., and Dave Evans of Supertrak in Cameron, N.C., brought a Supertrak 140RTL a 4-wheel articulated custom built mulcher for the demonstration.

Carl Neutzel of Carl Neutzel Services, Whitehall, Md., demonstrates the new FAE USA UML/SSL 150 VT, variable torque mulching head mounted on a Cat 279C.

Jeff Satterwhite (L) and Reece Jacobs of Atlantic & Southern Equipment, Lake City, Ga., provide tractors for the demo. FAE from page 42

John Forgan of Southwest Ag, Durango, Colo., looks over some of the new FAE skid steer loader mulchers

The operator demonstrates the FAE RSM 225 multi-purpose crusher powered by a Challenger MT675D.

Jayson Garland of FAE USA crushes hydraulic concrete using a Challenger MT645C with an FAE STCH/R 225 with a road kit.

A Prime-Tech machine is put to the test.

see FAE page 92

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BusinessCalendar To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

AGC ST. LOUIS IF IT’S NEW, IT’S HERE! CONEXPO-CON/AGG will represent an immense unveiling of all the newest equipment, technology and product breakthrough in construction. From earthshaking big iron to groundbreaking innovations, it’s all assembled in one place to help you work smarter. CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 – If it’s new, it’s here! CONEXPO – CON/AGG 2014 – if it’s new, it’s here! MARCH 4 thru 8, 2014 LAS VEGAS, NEVADA USA LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 WILL FEATURE: . 2,400 exhibitors showcasing new products and technologies from for every major construction industry including asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, lifting, mining, utilities and more. . Over 130,000 attendees that range from contractors, to dealers & distributors, to service providers, engineers, producers, municipalities, and more. . A comprehensive education program during the five-day exposition with sessions emphasizing industry issues and trends, management and applied technology. For more information, please contact AGC of St. Louis, 6330 Knox Industrial Drive, Suite 200, St. Louis, MO - Phone: 314/781-2356; Fax: 314/781-2874. AGC of Minnesota – ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE Are you looking for a way to become more involved in the association? Are there hot topics you’d like to see included in this year’s Annual Meeting programming? Then the Annual Meeting planning committee invites you to join them. Whether you’ve attended the Meeting for several years or are new to AGC, we’re interested in your thoughts. The committee meets once a month for 90 minutes. Additional meetings may be added as the event gets closer. You do not need to be located in the Twin Cities as participation via conference call is always an option. If you would like to join the committee or have questions, contact Denise Woods at dwoods@agcmn.org or 651/796-2186. AGC of Minnesota – SAVE THE DATES!!! AGC SUMMER EVENTS • Summer Member Meeting – July 9 Kitchi Gammi Club, Duluth. • Golf Tournament – August 2 Fox Hollow Golf Club, St. Michael. • Sporting Clays Fundraiser – August 19 Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club, Prior Lake.

More Information to follow on these upcoming events! RDO EQUIPMENT COMPANY, CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY! Please join us WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19th from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM for our Customer Appreciation Day. It’s the least we can do to say, thank you to our valued customers. Lunch will be served. For more information contact T. J. Brewster, Parts Manager at 406/451-2203. FREE LUNCH, 10% Parts Discount – Available June 19th Only! Bring Your Parts List! What: Customer Appreciation Day When: June 19th, 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM Where: RDO Equipment Company – Bozeman 257 Laura Louisa Lane June 19-22, 2013 - Symposium. 16th Annual Snow & Ice Symposium, Minneapolis, MN. For 16 years, the Snow & Ice Symposium has helped professionals join together to discuss all aspects of the work that they do. Join SIMA at the 16th Annual Snow & Ice Symposium as we help educate each other on the best principles of business management, snow and ice operations, leadership, and more! For more information on this event, please contact the Snow & Ice Management Association, Milwaukee, WI via telephone at 414/375-1940 or Info@sima.org. IOGA, WEST VA Sixth Annual WEST VA OIL & GAS EQUIPMENT SHOW July 10 and 11, 2013 (8:00 AM thru 8:00 PM) West VA Wesleyan College Campus, Buckhannon, WV Mountain State Expo (official contractor for IOGA WV Oil & Gas Equipment Show) IOGA, WEST VA (INDEPENDENT OIL & GAS ASSOCIATION) 2013 Summer Meeting August 4, 2013 thru August 6, 2013 Location: The Greenbriar, White Sulphur Springs FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 2013 - EXPO. Northern Tier Marcellus Expo, Alparon Park, Troy, PA. The 2013 Northern Tier Marcellus Shale Business Expo is an opportunity to promote your business in one of the most recognized gas plays in the world. With major sponsors such as Chesapeake and Talisman Energy this event promises to provide businesses and entrepreneurs with the unique opportunity to network among some of the natural gas industry’s most important contacts and supporting industries. Introduce your business and technology to the people who are making decisions in the hottest shale play in the country. NOTICE! Registration opens for previous exhibitors TUESDAY, MARCH 12th, 2013. OPEN REGISTRATION begins Tuesday, APRIL 9, 2013. QUICK SIGNUP! Questions??? Call now today! 570/297-3648. PA GAS EXPO 2013 – JUNE 26, 2013 0 PA GAS EXPO 2013 KOVALCHICK COMPLEX, INDIANA, PA Questions? Email Carrie Rayko at crayko@rendabroadcasting.com Renda Broadcasting, PA Gas Expo Coordinator Thank you for attending PA Gas Expo 2012 and we’ll see you again this year! ***NOTE: June 25, 2013, GOLF OUTING CHESTNUT RIDGE,

BLAIRSVILLE, PA SEPTEMBER 17 thru 19, 2013 - FARM SCIENCE REVIEW. Farm Science Review@OhioStateFSR. If your business is agricultural, our business is you! Please contact Leslie Risch, Program Assistant at 614/292-4278 for more information on this program. CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN (CAM) GOLF SEASON is JUST AROUND THE CORNER !!! Be sure to mark your calendars for these upcoming CAM GOLF OUTINGS. June 18 – Bay Pointe Golf Club, West Bloomfield, Michigan “First Outing of the Year” - $98 per person. Package includes 18 holes of golf with cart; complimentary driving range; box lunch; beverage tickets for the course; dinner with open bar; awards and door prizes. July 16 – Links of Novi, Novi “Memorial Classic” - $80 per person. Package includes 18 holes of golf with cart; grilled lunch at the turn; beer keg on the course; steak dinner with cash bar; awards and door prizes. August 13 – Fieldstone Golf Club, Auburn Hills, Michigan “Safety Theme” - $80 per person. Package includes 18 holes of golf with cart; coffee and doughnuts; complimentary range balls; lunch on the course; one 6-pack cooler per cart; BBQ dinner with cash bar; awards and door prizes. September 23 – Plum Hollow Country Club, Southfield, Michigan “Old Timers Classic” - $135 per person. Package includes complimentary driving range; 18 holes of golf with cart; grilled lunch on the course; beverage service on the course; dinner with open bar; awards and door prizes. For more information, please contact Diana Brown at (248) 972-1000. 2013 MAASTO CONFERENCE: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will host the Mid-America Association of State Transportation Officials (MAASTO) 2013 Conference – “Sharing Strategies for Success.” The conference will be held JULY 16-19 at the HILTON HOTEL in downtown Milwaukee. One of the major events at MAASTO 2013 will be a trade show, where industry representatives will have the opportunity to showcase materials, technology, and professional services. The trade show will be held July 17 and 18 at the conference hotel. More information on the trade show registration, layout, schedule, and fees will be available in early 2013 at the conference website, which will be linked via the MAASTO meetings webpage – http://www.maasto.net/meetings.html. If you are looking to speak to someone with regard to the above conference you may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: www.agcmn.org. AGC – St. Louis ***SAVE THE DATE! Beer, Brats & a Band … What more do you need? JUNE 13, 2013 (more details to follow). August 13, 2013 – Field Day. Nursery Growers of Lake County Ohio, Inc. – Annual Summer Field Day for the Nursery Growers of Lake County Ohio will be August 13, 2013. This year’s host location is The Holden Arboretum, Kirtland, Ohio. Naturally blending the gorgeous gardens of the Arboretum with the Nursery industry is brilliant! Hours will be 9-4 PM! Mark your calendars now so as not to miss it! For more information please contact, Annette Howard, NGLCO Executive Director at 440/241-7969.

August 14 – 16, 2013 – Conference. COAG-GEN – Register today and participate in the COAL-GEN 2013 Conference and Exhibition in Charlotte, North Carolina. COAL-GEN is the industry’s most dynamic event covering the latest topics affecting the design, development, upgrading, operation and maintenance of coal-fueled power plants. This conference is being held at the Charlotte Convention Center, 501 S. College Street, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. August 16 – 18, 2013 – Convention. Historical Construction Equipment Association – HCEA International Convention and Old Equipment Exposition. The HCEA holds one annual convention and old equipment exposition each year. Somewhere in either the lower 48 or Canada, members, local fans, exhibitors, merchandise retailers and, of course, a lot of working machines are brought together for learn and share a bit of history. Next Show: WILMINGTON, ILLINOIS HCEA International Convention’s next show is AUGUST 16 thru 18, 2013 at the International Union of Operating Engineers’ Local 150 Training Center at 19800 West Arsenal Road, Wilmington, Illinois. For more information on this event, you may call the HCEA office at 419/352-5616; fax at 419/352-6086 or email: info@hcea.net. Friday, August 9, 2013 – Golf Outing. Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association’s (PIOGA’s) 16th Annual Divot Diggers Golf Outing will be held at the Tam O’Shanter Golf Club, Hermitage, PA on Friday, August 9th. Tuesday, August 27, 2013 - Wednesday, August 28, 2013 – Conference and Trade Show. Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association’s (PIOGA’s) Eastern Oil & Gas Conference and Trade Show is being held at the Monroeville Convention Center, Monroeville, PA For more information on the above PIOGA events, please contact PIOGA’s office at 724/933-7306 or fax: 724/933-7310. September 4-6, 2013 – Seminar. RAM, Inc.’s Fall 2013 Blasting and Explosives Safety Training Seminar. The two and one-half day continuous education training session will be held at the South Dakota School of Mines in Rapid City, S.D., September 4-6, 2013; presented by Robert A. McClure, Inc. (RAM, Inc.). The final day of the seminar will be capped by a special night blast at the Crazy Horse Memorial on September 6 for all attendees. An early course registration fee of $895/person is available thru July 31, 2013. Full registration fee is $950 beginning August 1, 2013 with a deadline date of August 15. Hotel: Adoba Eco Hotel Rapid City/Mt. Rushmore – special seminar rates available. Course topics have been selected to offer value to all professionals with varied experience levels, from individuals with decades of experience to those just entering the explosives industry. To register and for more information, please visit website: www.ramets.com. More contact information: Trade Press Contact: Rick Zettler; Phone: 319/265-0052; Fax: 319/265-0053; email: zcomm@mchsi.com. Ram, Inc., Contact: Robert McClure; Phone: 740/363-6976; Fax: 740/362-3946; Email: r.mcclure@ramets.com.

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3 DAYS with 1000’S OF LOTS MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from MULA MATERIALS CORP. & SCHIAVONE CO., LLC (Surplus to the Ongoing Needs) & THE ESTATE OF ANTHONY J. MARINO fdba HERITAGE PAVING (Complete Dispersal) & MANUEL R. PAVAO CONTRACTOR, INC. (Founder’s Passing) & AMERICAN EQUIPMENT, LLC & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

275 ROUTE 32, NORTH FRANKLIN, CT 06254 DAY 1 • THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 8:30 AM DUMPS, FLATBEDS, VAN BODY, UTILITY & SERVICE TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS & TRAILERS TRUCK TRACTORS: 2000 Mack RD688SX Tri-Axle, Vin #1M2P325Y2YM051760; 2011 Peterbilt 388 T/A, Vin #1XPWD40XXAD108847; 2007 Mack CXN613 T/A, Vin #1M1AK06Y77N017046; 2003 Mack Granite T/A Tractor; 2003 Mack CH T/A Tractor; 2000 Mack CH716 T/A, Vin #1M2AA18Y9YW122636; 2000 Mack RD688S T/A, Vin #1M2P324Y0YM054383; 2000 Mack RD688S T/A, Vin #1M2P270C7YM051751; 1993 Mack RD688S T/A, Vin #2M2P267Y9PC014940; 2006 Sterling T/A, Vin #2FWJA3CV66AU95490; 2006 Sterling T/A, Vin #2FWJA3CV86AU95488; 2006 Sterling T/A, Vin #2FWJA3CV66AU95487; 1997 Kenworth T800 T/A, Vin #1XKDD29X3VJ749981; 1995 Peterbilt 379 T/A, Vin #1XP5DB8X1SN352709; 1987 Ford LTL9000 T/A, Vin #1FDZA90XHVA34957; 1985 Ford LTL9000 T/A, Vin #1FDYA92W4FVA73241; TRI & T/A DUMPS: 2012 Mack GU713 Granite Tri-Axle, Vin #1M2AX04C5CM010844; 2001 Mack RD688 Tri-Axle; 2006 Kenworth T800 Tri-Axle, Vin #1NKDXBTX96J152667; 2006 Western Star 4900FA Tri-Axle, Vin #5KKMAEAVX6PV53954; 2000 Peterbilt 379 TriAxle, Vin #1NP5XBTX6YN521558; 1996 Peterbilt 379 Tri-Axle, Vin #1XP5X6TX3TN409788; 1987 Volvo White N12 Tri-Axle, Vin #YV5N2A8D7HU801499; 1986 Volvo N12 Tri-Axle, Vin #YV5N2A80CV018261; 1994 Mack RD690S T/A, Vin #1M2P264C7RM016536; S/A DUMPS: 2005 Ford F550, Vin #1FDAW56P25EA62817; 1999 Int’l 4700 Flatbed Dump, Vin #1HTSCAAN2XH667960; 1994 Ford F350, Vin #1FDLF47M3REA28513; 1993 Ford L9000, Vin #1FTXR90L7RVA23388; 1993 Int’l, Vin #1HTGKAYR7PH495345; 1987 Int’l S1954, Vin #1HTLDDCN8HH527638; 1987 Ford L8000, Vin #1FDYK80U5HVA59666; 1987 Int’l 1600 14’ Flatbed Dump, Vin #1HTLAZRM9HH504440; 1986 Int’l S1600 Rack Body Dump, Vin #1HTLAHGM8GHA30740; 1986 Ford L9000, Vin #1FTYR90L2GVA9205; 1983 Ford LN8000, Vin #1FDYR80U4DVA1501; ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 1993 Int’l 4600 S/A, Jerr-Dan 20’ Steel Rollback Body, Vin #1HTSAZRMXPH465450; ROLLOFF CONTAINERS: (5±) 30 Yd Containers; REFUSE TRUCKS: 2000 Mack MR688S T/A, Heil Rear Packer Body, Vin #1M2K195C9YM016369; 2004 GMC WT5500, 6 Yd New Way Side Load Body, Vin #J8DF5C13447700931; 2004 GMC WT550, 6 Yd New Way Side Load Body, Vin #J8DF5C13947700956; DISTRIBUTOR TRUCKS: 1996 Chevy S/A w/Rosco Maximizer II Alum Body; BUCKET & BOOM TRUCKS: 1996 Ford F800 Bucket Truck w/Altec Bkt, Vin #1FDXF80E7TVA17470; CRANE TRUCKS: 1974 Autocar 9364 T/A, 1989 Pitman 18 Ton 85’ Crane; 1996 Int’l 4700 w/Autocru 2300KG Series II Crane; VAC TRUCKS: 1986 GMC Brigadier, Vin #1GDP8C1Y3GV512177; PUMP TRUCKS: 1999 Int’l 4900 T/A, Vin #1HTSAADRXXH628811; 2006 Ford LCF S/A, Vin #3FRML55Z96V345544; SWEEPER TRUCKS: 2003 Sterling SC-8000, S/A w/Elgin Crosswind Body; DETACHABLE & LOWBED TRAILERS: 2000 Rogers SP60DS110-59-26-120-3XAR 60 Ton Tri-Axle Drop Side Lowboy; 2002 Talbert DSR 55 Ton Tri-Axle Drop Side Detachable; 2000 Rogers SP50PL11053-26-102-3XSP 50 Ton Tri-Axle Lowboy; 2007 Witzgo Challenger 35 Ton Detachable Lowboy; 1990 Talbert 50 Ton Tri-Axle Detachable Lowboy; DUMP TRAILERS: 2000 Accu-Tech 27’ Dump Trailer; 1998 Hill ADT2858 T/A; VAN, FLATBED & SGL DROP TRAILERS: 2002 Fontaine FTW58036AW T/A Flatbed Trailer; 2000 Fontaine TDFIT-5-48654NK Tri-Axle Stretch Deck Step Deck; 1999 Fontaine TP-4-488151AW T/A Flatbed Trailer; 1989 Natec ES45962M T/A Step Deck; 1987 Dynaweld 20MF T/A Flatbed Trailer; TAGALONG & OTHER H.D. EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2008 Cam 35 Ton TriAxle Tag-Along; 1997 Eager Beaver 20 Ton Tag-Along; 1985 Wright 9 Ton TagAlong; (2) Keyesport S/A Hyd Tilt Trailers; LIVE FLOOR TRAILERS: 1999 Wilkens 45’x102” Tri-Axle Walking Floor; SERVICE & UTILITY TRUCKS: 2007 Ford F550 Utility; 2006 Ford F450 Super Duty Utility; 2006 Chevy Cutvan Enclosed Service Truck; 2005 Ford F350 Utility; 2005 GMC K2500HD Utility; 2004 Ford F350 Super Duty Utility; 2004 Ford F350 Utility; 2003 Ford F350

Utility; 2001 Ford F250 Utility; 2000 Ford F550 Super Duty Service Truck; 1999 GMC 3500SL Utility; 1996 Ford F250 Super Duty Utility; FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: 2006 Int’l 4300 18’ Flatbed w/Crane; 2006 Ford F350 Super Duty Flatbed; 2006 Ford F350 Super Duty Flatbed; 2006 Ford F350 Super Duty Rack Body; 2005 Ford F350 Super Duty Rack Body; 2002 Ford F550 Super Duty Rack Body; 2002 Ford F350 Super Duty Rack Body; 2001 Freightliner FL60 S/A Flatbed; 2001 Ford F350XL Rack Body; 1999 Int’l 4700 S/A 20’ Dumping Flatbed; 1999 Int’l 4700 S/A 22’ Dumping Flatbed; 1999 Int’l 4700 S/A 20’ Dumping Flatbed; 1997 Ford Super Duty Rack Body; 1993 Ford Super Duty Flatbed; 1983 Ford F700 S/A 14’ Rack Body; 2001 Ford F550 S/A 12’ Box Truck; 1998 Freightliner FL70 24’ Box Truck; 1995 Int’l 4000 S/A Box Truck; 2001 Mitsubishi Fuso FE-SP 12’ S/A Box Truck, Not Running; REEFER TRUCKS: 2001 Freightliner FL70 26’ Reefer Body; 2000 Freightliner FL70 w/Carrier Supra 944 Reefer Unit; CAB & CHASSIS: 2001 Mack RD688S; 1998 Mack Renault MS250P; 2005 Ford F550; 2001 Ford F450; 2001 Ford F450; 1991 Ford 7000; WATER TRUCKS: 1971 Autocar DC9364B; COLLECTOR CARS: 1953 Buick Super Riviera, Vin #56803738; 1968 Chevy Camaro, Vin #124378L312206; 1973 Chevy Corvette Convertible, Vin #1Z37J3S421822; 1971 Chevy Camaro, Vin #124871N513087; FLEET VEHICLES: (2) 2006 Chevy Trailblazer; 2005 Ford F250; 2004 Ford E150 Van; 2003 Ford F250; 2003 Lincoln Town Car; 2002 Ford F350 Super Duty; 2001 Ford F250 King Cab; 1999 Ford F250; 1999 Chevy S10; 1996 Lincoln Town Car; (2) 1995 Chevy 1500; 1995 Chevy S10; MOTORCYCLES: 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom; 2003 Victory Classic Cruiser, Vin #5VPCB16D633001374; 1990 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Classic, Vin #1H010JL14LY501125; SNOW HANDLING TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT: 1993 Mack CH613 T/A Sander Truck, Vin #1M2AA14Y5PW022165; Stainless Steel Sander; Plow; 9’ Snow Plow; 2 Yd Stainless Steel Sander; 8’ Western Plow; TRUCK SCALE: 2007 Weigh Tronix BMS 7011 w/WI127 GTN Display; (100 Lots) TRUCK PARTS & COMPONENTS: AND MORE! ADDITION TO SALE - REAL PROPERTY AUCTION In conjunction with construction auction to be sold at 12:00 Noon by Virtual Presentation Property & Improvements Located at 75 Airport Rd, Coventry, RI 02816 (Commonly referred to as Airport Sand & Stone) Briefly described as: 8+ Acres w/2Bay Maintenance Building, Hewitt Robbins 24x26 Jaw Crusher, Telsmith 48” Cone Crusher, Misc Stacking Conveyors, Hopper, Electrical House w/Recent Upgraded Switch Gear Offered Subject To Motivated Owner Confirmation TERMS: See website for Terms

DAY 2 • FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 8:30 AM CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING & PAVING EQUIPMENT, CRUSHING & SCREENING EXCAVATORS: 2008 Cat 345CL, s/n PJW02314; 2009 Cat 336DL, s/n DKW3K00404; 2006 Cat 320CL, s/n EAG00353; 2000 Cat 345BL II, s/n AG500338; 2006 Cat 315CL, s/n CJC03519; 2003 Cat 320CL, s/n ANB03613; 1999 Cat 345BL II, s/n 4SS01319; 2005 Cat 314CLCR, s/n PCA00959; 2004 Cat 303CR, s/n DMA1483; 2001 Cat 301.8; 2004 Komatsu PC200LC-7, s/n A86700; 2002 Komatsu PC220LC-7L, s/n A86010; 2007 Komatsu PC160LC-7, s/n KMTPC187C55K45082; 2001 Komatsu PC150LC, s/n K32742; 2005 Kobelco SK220LC; 2000 Hitachi EX270LC-5, s/n 15JP010673; 1999 Hitachi EX200LC-5, s/n AMD300030; 1998 Hitachi EX1100-3, s/n 17E-2047, To Be Sold offsite, FOB: Seekonk, MA; 1985 Case 1080B, s/n 6271528; 2006 Mustang 5003ZT Zero Tail, s/n AC04198; 2004 Takeuchi TB125, s/n 12513847; 2002 Takeuchi TB007, s/n 10820986; 1999 Samsung 170 Mobile Excavator, s/n EJY0151; 1985 Kobelco K914; 1999 Badger 1085C Mobile Excavator; Gradall G3WD Mobile Excavator; CRAWLER TRACTORS & LOADERS: 1984 Cat D8L, s/n 53Y0990; 2004 Cat D4G CL,

s/n HYD00896; 2003 Cat D3GXL, s/n CAT00D3GKLFC00834; 2003 Deere 550H, s/n 915341; 2004 Deere 450H, s/n 933292; 1997 Cat D5H, s/n 8RC01336; 1987 Cat D4H, s/n 9DB00825; 1989 Deere 550G, s/n 754777; 2000 Dresta TD12XP; Deere 455G, s/n TO455GA799370; RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2004 Cat 988G, s/n ABNH012992009 Cat 966H, s/n VA6D02433; 2011 Cat 930H; 2010 Cat 930H, s/n CAT0930HCDHC01769; 2006 Cat 980H, s/n JMS01650; 2005 Cat 924G, s/n CAT0924GJDDA02407; 1999 Cat 962G, s/n 5RS00223; 1996 Cat 950F II, s/n 8TK03932; 1994 Cat 18F, s/n 6ZF0561; 2005 Hyundai HL740-7, s/n LF0110570; 1992 Komatsu WA180; 1971 Terex 7251AA, s/n 56446; Hough H50; TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2004 Cat 430DIT, s/n BML04995; 2004 Cat 430DIT, s/n BML05033; 2003 Cat 430DIT, s/n BML02493; 2003 Cat 430DIT, s/n BML02497; Cat 446; 2008 Case 580SM III, s/n N8C504025; 2005 New Holland LB75B, s/n 31050389; 2004 New Holland LB75B, s/n 031050367; 1988 Ford 455, s/n AT00599; SKID STEERS: 2011 Cat 256C; 2005 Cat 262B, s/n 0262BHPDJ00970; 2008 Case 420 III, s/n N8M491743; 2001 Bobcat 863 Turbo; 1988 New Holland LX855; New Holland LS180, s/n LMV011134; 1999 Bobcat 751, s/n 515719186; New Holland 185, s/n 175451; COMPACT TRACK LOADERS: 2004 Cat 267B, s/n CYC00407; 2004 Cat 257B, s/n SLK886; 2004 Cat 247B; JCB Robot, s/n SLPT1110SA3E0888674; (50) SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: PAVING EQUIPMENT: 2005 Leeboy 8515B; 2003 Leeboy 1000T, s/n 3862D; 2002 Blaw Knox PF-840, s/n PF840019605; Leeboy L81000T, s/n 1558B; 1985 Blaw Knox PF120H, s/n 12004-24; ROAD MILLERS: 1990 Bomag MPH-100 Pavement Miller, s/n 85867; SWEEPERS: 2006 Waldon SM-250, s/n 31391-012; 1997 Broce RJ300, s/n 88351; CRUSHING & SCREENING: 2011 Metso Lokotrack LT300HP Closed Circuit Track Cone Crusher, s/n 76370; 2011 Metso Lokotrack ST620 Track Screen, s/n 76339; 2008 Metso Lokotrack LT105 Track Jaw Crusher, s/n 74109; Metso VI11 Portable Tri-Axle Jaw Crusher, s/n 500035; 2010 Powerscreen Chieftain 1700 Portable Track Screener, s/n P1D00129EDGA91297; 2010 Sandvik QE340 Portable Track Screener, s/n 18865W10160; 2010 Sandvik QJ340 Track Jaw Crusher, s/n 1886SW10530; 2007 Powerscreen Chieftain 2100, s/n 12401450; 2007 Powerscreen Warrior 1400, s/n 12206365; 2007 Keestrack Frontier Track Screen, s/n 405; 2006 OM Apollo 2941 Track Jaw, s/n 99F064001; 2005 Terex Pegson Premier Track Jaw Crusher, s/n 650133BFHRT; 2005 Erin 165T Track Finger Screener, s/n 2S91B37J522113059; 2005 Powerscreen Warrior 1800 Track Screener, s/n 12301396; 2000 CEC 5x12 2 Deck Screening Plant, s/n 00378361; Nordberg CV90D S/A Portable Screener, s/n 1767; 1995 Reed CV90D Portable Screener, s/n CV90D1399; CEC Custom Built 4 Position Picking Station; SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT: 2008 Deweze ATM-72L 60” Oscillating Slope Ride On Mower, s/n ATM72L008A39; LARGE GENSETS: Terex OT180C 135 KW, s/n T18007000115; 1969 Westinghouse 30KW, s/n 47S69; 2006 Ingersoll Rand G125, 373981UG0B; Whisperwatt DB-1651J2 , s/n 7600211; PUMPS: Flylight 10” Submersible Pump; Thompson 6” Trailer Mtd Pump; COMPACTORS & ROLLERS: 2004 Cat 563E, s/n CNG00691; 2009 Hamm HD14VV, s/n H1721028; 1998 Ingersoll Rand DD22, s/n 155816; Ingersoll Rand DD23, s/n 5584-5; Rex SP-400, s/n 4GL194; (2) Wacker RD12, s/n 5734210, 5712643; 1980 HysterC766A, s/n B14662385H; Beuthling Asphalt Roller; 1986 Bomag BW75AD, s/n 10148020017; BOOM LIFTS: JLG 600SC Crawler Telescopic Boom Lift; JLG 600SC Crawler Telescopic Boom Lift, s/n 0300054786; 1996 JLG 35E 35’ Articulated Boom Lift, s/n 0300025500; ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2006 Moffett M50P, s/n F290158; 2005 Lull 644E42; Lull 644TT-34, s/n P144N; 2012 JCB 509-42, Flood Damage, s/n 1402913; MOTOR GRADERS & SCRAPERS: 1970 John Deere 670 Grader; Athey M600 Maintainer; ARTICULATED & RIDGID FRAME END DUMPS: 1999 Terex TA35, s/n A7761149; 1998 Cat D250E, s/n 5TN01601; CEMENT PLANT: Zimmerman Mobile Mixer Body; PILE DRIVING EQUIPMENT: 2004 Ice I-19 Dsl Pile Driving Hammer; Ice Pile Driving Hammer w/Pwr Pack; 120’ Of Hanging Leads w/Stab Base & Top To Fit Hammer; (50) BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: TRENCH & SHORING BOXES & ROAD PLATES: EQUIPMENT PARTS & COMPONENTS: AND MORE!

DAY 3 • SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 8:30 AM GENERAL CONTRACTOR SUPPORT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT

ONE OWNER SALE MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION for PAVING MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.

NEW DATE! - NEW LOCATION! MAJOR JOB COMPLETION EQUIPMENT AUCTION for DRAGADOS USA

THURSDAY, JULY 18, 9:30 AM

BARRIO VALLAS TORRES, SOLAR #5, PONCE, PUERTO RICO 00730

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 10:00 AM

616 WEST FIRST AVENUE, ROSELLE, NJ 07203

CONCRETE PLANT & COMPONENTS THAT PRODUCED THE MATERIAL FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE PORTUGUES DAM. CONVEYORS, GENERATORS, PUMPS & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT INVENTORY, FLEET VEHICLES, MAINTENANCE DEPT, TOOLS & SUPPLIES THE PLANT IS CURRENTLY IN SHUTDOWN MODE & SCHEDULED FOR DISMANTLEMENT PRIOR TO AUCTION & MOST TO BE SOLD “LOAD READY”

COMPLETE LINE OF PAVING & ROAD BUILDING & MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT FOR ONE OF NJ’s FINEST!

TERMS: Complete payment or a minimum requirement of 20% deposit day of sale in Cash, Certified Check or Guaranteed Funds. Balance due within 4 days. ONLINE BIDDING THROUGH EQUIPMENTFACTS

CALL FOR INFORMATION AND PICTURE BROCHURES. Salt Lake City, UT (801) 355-4500 Wharton, NJ (973) 659-3330 Milford, NH (603) 672-4100

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275 Route 32, North Franklin, CT 06254, (860) 642-4200, Fax: (860) 642-7900 www.petrowskyauctioneers.com

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Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Announces First Quarter Results Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated announced net earnings and adjusted earnings for the three months ended March 31, 2013, of $14 million, or $0.13 per diluted share. This compares to net earnings and adjusted earnings of $18 million, or $0.17 per diluted share, for the three months ended March 31, 2012, representing a 22 percent decrease in net earnings and adjusted net earnings. Adjusted net earnings is a non-IFRS financial measure. The company’s auction revenues during the first quarter of 2013 grew 1 percent to $102.1 million compared to $101.3 million for the same period in 2012. During the first quarter of 2013, the company conducted 36 unreserved industrial auctions in 12 countries throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, Australia and Africa. Gross Auction Proceeds and Auction Revenues For the three months ended March 31, 2013, gross auction proceeds were $845.4 million which is 2 percent lower than the same period in 2012 and includes $18.7 million of volume from AssetNation/Equipment One. Gross auction proceeds is a non-IFRS financial measure. The company’s auction revenue rate

(auction revenues as a percentage of gross auction proceeds) was 12.07 percent during the period ended March 31, 2013, compared to 11.71 percent in the same period of 2012. The Company’s at risk business, which is comprised of guarantee and purchase contracts, represented 20 percent of gross auction proceeds in the first three months of 2013 (2012: 29 percent). Quarterly Dividend The company also announced on April 26, 2013, the declaration of a quarterly dividend of $0.1225 per common share payable on June 7, 2013, to shareholders of record on May 17, 2013. “We have started the year with a strong auction revenue rate, however this did not totally compensate for the fall in our gross auction proceeds. There are a couple of key points in regards to our efforts to grow our GAP,” said Peter Blake, Ritchie Bros. CEO. “Our gross auction proceeds growth has been impacted by our territory manager productivity and the OEM production decrease and its impact on the mix of equipment we sell at our auctions. We have hired a record number of territory managers during the past year and are focused on coaching them to sell auction

services and getting them as productive as quickly as possible. There was a significant OEM production decrease during the recession, and as a result the average age of items sold at our auctions over the past year is older and this has had a negative impact on the average value of what we are selling, affecting our gross auction proceeds. We see the rise in construction and transportation OEM production since 2010 as encouraging. In the near term, we remain confident we are on track to deliver and execute as planned for 2013. “So far in the second quarter we have continued our investment in Ritchie Bros. EquipmentOne and are excited to have initiated the commercial launch, which is a significant part of our 2013 strategy. We are encouraged by our customer’s initial response to this initiative. In addition, we are proud to have held our first auction in China which was well received by equipment owners.” Online Bidding Statistics Ritchie Bros. sold more than $289 million of equipment, trucks and other assets to online buyers during the first quarter of 2013, representing a 5 percent increase compared to the same period in 2012.

Internet bidders continued to comprise over 50 percent of the total bidder registrations at Ritchie Bros. industrial auctions in the first quarter of 2013. Web Site Statistics The Ritchie Bros. Web site attracted approximately 1.7 million unique visitors in the first quarter of 2013, a 31 percent increase compared to the same period in 2012. EquipmentOne As previously announced on April 8, 2013, the company initiated the commercial launch of its online equipment marketplace, called Richie Bros. EquipmentOne. Complementary to the company’s flagship unreserved auction business, Ritchie Bros. EquipmentOne is a secure online marketplace for equipment and materials. Buyers and sellers can use Ritchie Bros. EquipmentOne to negotiate, complete and settle their transactions in a safe and transparent environment. For more information, visit RitchieBros.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

FAE USA Unveils New FAE UML/SSL 150 VT Mulcher Head to Event Guests FAE from page 88

The operator demonstrates the Cat 308E CR mini-excavator equipped with the FAE DML/HY125 low flow forestry mulcher.

The operator demonstrates the FAE SSH 225 forestry tiller.

Harold Watnemo (L) of Titan Machinery in Fargo, N.D., and Bobby Baird from Crookston, Minn., came to see the unveiling of the new FAE UML/SSL 150 VT forestry mulcher.

Ken Pryzgoda of FAE USA (C), meets Crystal Hopkins (L) Atlanta Hawks cheerleader and recording artist, and Kiki Perez, model and actress.

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Complete Liquidation Thursday, June 27 Featuring equipment from

(3) P&H LATTICE BOOM TRUCK CRANES MODEL 325, 430ATC & 435TC

BIDWELL SCREED

LINK-BELT HC-138 LATTICE BOOM TRUCK CRANE

BUCYRUS-ERIE 30B SUPER IV

LINK-BELT LS-408 CRAWLER CRANE

in TN

(2) BUCYRUS-ERIE 60T LATTICE BOOM TRUCK CRANE

GROVE RT528 ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE

MACK R688ST TRI-AXLE ROAD TRACTOR

LINK BELT LS338 CRAWLER CRANE

ROGERS T3HPG50 50 TON LOWBOY TRAILER

Visit www.ironplanet.com to see the complete list of equipment, review the guaranteed inspection reports, and place your bids.

Inspected and Guaranteed www.ironplanet.com s 855-685-5491 California Auction Company Bond #70259785. Preliminary list to date. Equipment subject to change. Copyright © 1999-2013 IronPlanet, Inc. All Rights Reserved. IronPlanet ®, IronClad Assurance ® and Auctions you can trust ® are registered service marks of IronPlanet, Inc. All other marks and brands are the property of their respective owners.

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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com ABINGTON LLC ..........................................................................24 ALLMAND ....................................................................................47 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ..........................2,3, 10 ATLAS COPCO ............................................................................48 BARGAINS ..................................................................................84 BEARD EQUIPMENT CO ............................................................20 BENCH MARK TOOL & SUPPLY ................................................15 BID SPOTTER ............................................................................85 BLANCHARD MACHINERY INC..................................................11 BOBCAT COMPANY ....................................................................81 BOBCAT OF GREENVILLE ..........................................................7 BOMAG ........................................................................................65 BROOKS SALES INC ..................................................................14 CAT AUCTION SERVICES ..........................................................87 CEG SCALE MODELS ................................................................43 CENTRAL ATLANTA TRACTOR ..................................................20 CHICAGO PNEUMATIC ..............................................................51 CLASSIFIEDS ..............................................................................84 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT ..............................16, 17 COMPANY WRENCH ..................................................................25 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED..............................................................................82 VALUE ADDED ....................................................................36 WHEEL LOADER PROMO..................................................46 DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS ................................................66 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..................................................49 DYNAPAC ....................................................................................58 EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS ......................................................39 EFFICIENCY PRODUCTIONS ....................................................30 EQUIPMENT ONE ......................................................................95 ERB EQUIPMENT CO ................................................................37 FLANGE LOCK ............................................................................30 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ....................................................14 G S EQUIPMENT ..........................................................................9 GOMACO CORP..........................................................................59 H & L TOOTH CO ........................................................................23 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL ............................................27 HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY ..................................................96 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............................68, 69 HYDREMA U S INC ....................................................................21 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ................................73 ICUEE ....................................................................................45, 78

IRON PLANET ............................................................................93 JCB INC ......................................................................................79 JFW EQUIPMENT INC ................................................................60 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER........................................................76 KOBELCO CONST MACH AMERICA LLC ..................................31 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ............................................40,41, 83 KUBOTA SVL ..............................................................................71 KUHN EQUIPMENT SALES INC ................................................33 LEEBOY ................................................................................56, 57 LINDER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY CO ....................................55 MARTIN & MARTIN ....................................................................89 MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS ..................................................64 MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT ..........................................................13 MCCLUNG LOGAN EQUIPMENT ................................................6 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ..................................35 PETERBILT OF MCCOMB ..........................................................29 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEEERS INC NORTH FRANKLIN CT ......................................................91 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO ..........................................................32 POWERSCREEN ........................................................................72 PROXIBID ....................................................................................90 RING POWER CRANE ................................................................13 RING POWER RENTAL ..............................................................19 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS LEBANON TN ......................................................................85 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ................................................32 ROSCO MFG CO ........................................................................54 SAKAI AMERICA INC ..................................................................56 SITECH MID-ATLANTIC ..............................................................26 SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ......................................6 STARR PARTS & EQUIPMENT ..................................................29 TAKEUCHI....................................................................................80 TRACTOR TRACS INC................................................................67 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ................................................38 VOLVO COMPACTION ................................................................61 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ....................................77 WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT INC ....................................................5 WILCO MANUFACTURING LLC..................................................26 WILSON FINLEY..........................................................................67 WIRTGEN AMERICA..............................................................62, 63 YANMAR AMERICA ....................................................................75 YOUNG CORP ............................................................................29

The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.

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