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Firms Unite to Rejuvenate Mesquite Land

Inside

Peterson Chipper Features Cat Engine...15

Photo courtesy NYC Environmental Protection

Inside the concrete tunnel forms

Dynamic Grinder Reduces Costs...18

Digging Deep to Keep the Water Flowing Through NYC By Giles Lambertson CEG CORRESPONDENT

It only required 40 years, but massive tunneling deep beneath New York City for a vital new water-carrying conduit is nearing completion. A whale-sized digging machine, some tough conVolvo Introduces FMX Truck...33

Table of Contents ............4 Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section ....15-20 Truck & Trailer Section .... ..................................33-35 Auction Section ......39-47 Business Calendar ........43 Advertisers Index ..........46

the nation’s busiest port complex, runs 23 mi. from Long Beach to an abrupt end just east of Los Angeles. From there, tens of thousands of vehicles a day spill onto Alhambra city streets to reach other freeways. The 4.5 mi. gap between the end of the 710 and Interstate 210 in Pasadena is a startling deviation from the rule that freeways are king in California.

The infestation of the mesquite, cedar/juniper trees and bushes, can seriously effect land productivity especially in Texas and Oklahoma. Two companies have found a way to effectively solve this problem. Kirby-Smith and Werk-Brau have addressed the concerns of land owners and offered not only their assistance in research, but also provided some much needed help. The companies worked together to come up with the combination of a Komatsu excavator and the Werk-Brau grubber/extractor in the Kirby-Smith rental fleet to develop a solution for removing the mesquite/cedar infestation in an efficient manner. In some confined areas, grinding and mulching is a solution, dozers and root plows are also used but that process typically requires complete restoration with reseeding. When it comes to hundreds of acres with select extraction of the mesquite and cedars the Komatsu/Werk-Brau solution is more efficient with less soil damage. Kevin Burrell, territory manager for Kirby-Smith, was approached by Clint Ward of the John E. Fish Ranch, in north-

see FREEWAY page 40

see REJUVENATE page 31

struction workers and megatons of concrete have done the job. The $6 billion dig — the city’s largest capital project ever — involves tunneling out miles of bedrock and building a tube in the tunnel using millions of cubic feet of concrete so the city of 8.3 see TUNNEL page 12

Battle Looms Over Tunnel That Completes Los Angeles-Area Freeway By Daisy Nguyen

ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

SOUTH PASADENA, Calif. (AP) Advocates and opponents are gearing up for battle over a plan to dig a tunnel to complete a Southern California freeway — the latest idea for finishing the route to have brought resistance from nearby residents. State Route 710, a thoroughfare heavily used by commuters and trucks hauling goods from

Cedars and root balls don’t stand a chance when up against the Werk-Brau EZ-V grubber/extractor.

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"In Business for over 28 Years" www.hendrixmachineryllc.com 2005 John Deere 310SG, Stk# 6853, OROPS, Turbo, 4WD, 2237 Hrs, 40% Tires, Extendahoe, 24” Bkt.... $29,500

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1993 Komatsu D37E, Stk# 6821, OROPS, Rear Screen, Eng. Encl, 6-Way Blade, 70% U/C, 8534 Hrs ....................................................................$$18,500

2006 Case CS27B, Stk# 6694, OROPS, 1,903 hrs., $13,500 80% U/C, Blade, Aux. Hyd ..........................$

1984 Cat D6D, Stk# 6836, OROPS, Sweeps, Eng. Encl., St/Tilt Blade, 80% U/C, 5,678 hrs, 7 Roller $36,500 Frame .........................................................$

1994 Cat D3C XL III, Stk# 6819, OROPS, Eng. Encl, 6-Way Blade, 80% U/C, 3646 Hrs, 6 Cyl. Diesel ....... $19,500 .....................................................................$

2008 John Deere 650J LGP, Stk# 6893, OROPS, $62,500 Eng. Encl, 6-Way Blade, 70% U/C, 2319 Hrs$

2006 John Deere 700J LT, Stk# 6227, OROPS, 6-Way Blade, 80% U/C, 2291 Hrs, 22” Pads ........... $56,500 ....................................................................$

1999 Ter ex SS636C, Stk# 5939, 6000 Lbs, 36’, 4WD, 4WS, 1972 Hrs, 50% Foam Filled Tires, Hyd. 2005 Ditch Witch RT40, Stk# 6726, 962 Hrs ........... $12,500 $18,500 .....................................................................$ Leveling System, Cummins Eng. ................$

2005 John Deer e 544J, Stk# 6778, EROPS, A/C, 50% Tires Hyd. Quick Coupler w/Bucket & Forks.... $59,500 ....................................................................$

2008 John Deere 450J LT, #6784, EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, Screens, 6 Way Blade, 85% U/C, 763 hrs .... $56,500 ........................................................................$

2003 John Deere 550H LGP, Stk# 6895, OROPS, 6-Way Blade, 60% U/C ...............................$$32,500

1986 John Deer e 2755, Stk# 6663, 3878 Hrs, 2WD, 2005 Hyundai HL740TM-7, Stk# 6675, EROPS, A/C, 2004 John Deer e 650H LGP, Stk# 6848, OROPS, 9,264 hrs., 60% Tires, Hyd. Quick Connect w/Bucket Sweeps, Eng. Encl., 6 way Blade, 70% U/C, 6,837 30% Tires, 76 hp, Alamo Flail Axe Mower, 48” $49,500 hrs ..............................................................$ $14,500 & Forks, Cummins Eng...............................$ Cutter ..........................................................$ $34,500

2005 SkyJack 8841, Stk# 6822, 41’, 1715 Hrs, 4WD, $9,500 Duel Fuel ......................................................$

1999 John Deere 550H LT, Stk# 6735, OROPS, 6-Way $28,500 Blade, 70% U/C, 3 Hrs on New Hour Meter.........$

2005 Komatsu PC300LC-7, Stk# 6891, EROPS, A/C, 8188 Hrs, 80% Rollers, 50% Pins, 80% 2007 Dr essta TD10M, Stk# 6678, OROPS, Sweeps, Sprockets, 60% Pads, 90% Idlers, 70% Rails, 60” Rear Screen, 6 Way Blade, 80% U/C, 1,700 hrs ...... $69,500 ....................................................................$ Bkt ..............................................................$ $44,500

2005 JCB JS130, Stk# 6605, EROPS, A/C, 2778 Hrs, 2009 ASV RC100, Stk# 6862, EROPS, A/C, 2165 80% U/C, Aux. Hyd, 36” Bkt w/Mechanical Thumb . Hrs, 70% U/C Rubber Tracks, Aux. Hyd, 72” Bkt .... $24,500 $42,500 ....................................................................$

2005 Lull 944E-42, Stk# 6433, 9000 Lbs, 42’, 3553 Hrs, 4WD, 4WS, 80% Foam Filled Tires, Hyd. Tilt Carriage, Hyd. Leveling System, Rotating Forks ...... ....................................................................$$27,500

1975 Cat D8K, Stk# 6677, Like New, OROPS, Angle 2002 Ter ex TH636C, Stk# 6854, 6000 Lbs, 36’, Blade, 95% U/C, 1067 Hrs, Original Service Meter 3156 Hrs, 70% Foam Filled Tires, 4WD, 4WS, Hyd. $99,500 Self Leveling System...................................$ Hrs, Cat Winch............................................$ $19,500

2003 JLG G6-42A, Stk# 6476, 6000 Lbs, 42’, 3143 1999 Case 570X LT, Stk# 6863, OROPS, 4WD, 2708 Hrs, 4WD, 4WS, 10% Foam Filled Tires, Hyd. Self $15,000 Leveling System, JD Eng. ...........................$ Hrs, 40% Tires, Hyd. Box Blade..................$ $21,500

2003 Cat CP433E, Stk# 6744, 66" Pad Drum, 1,163 $34,500 hrs, 80% Tires ............................................$

2005 Bobcat 325, Stk# 6762, OROPS, 2,047 hrs., 90° Boom, 80% U/C, 16" Bucket, Aux. Hyd.,w/Blade 2006 Cat 320C LU, Stk# 6718, EROPS, 5489 Hrs, $16,500 $72,500 ....................................................................$ 70% U/C, Aux. Hyd, 60” Bkt w/Thumb ......$

2006 Komatsu PC78US-6NO, Stk# 6865, EROPS, A/C, AM/FM Stereo, 2902 Hrs, 80% U/C, Blade, 30” $36,500 Bkt ..............................................................$

2003 Bomag BW177D-3, Stk# 6829, 66” Smooth $29,500 Drum, 4175 Hrs, 70% Tires, Cummins Eng$

2008 John Deere 322, Stk# 6781, OROPS, 962 Hrs, Rubber Tracks @ 80%, Aux. Hyd................$$22,500

2004 Skytrak 8042, Stk# 6710, 8000 Lbs, 42’, 4WD, 4WS, 4231 Hrs, Foam Filled Tires @ 50%, $25,500 Hyd Self Leveling System, Cummins Eng ..$

2005 Cat D3G LGP, Stk# 6773, OROPS, 6-Way $37,500 Blade, 70% U/C, 2178 Hrs..........................$

2007 John Deer e 700J LGP, Stk# 6847, EROPS, A/C, Forestry Package, 6-Way Blade, 50% U/C, 3249 $72,500 Hrs, 3 Shank Rear Ripper ..........................$

2005 Leeboy 685B, Stk# 6846, EROPS, 1,655 hrs., 80% Tires, 10 ft. M/B w/Slid & Tip Control, $42,500 Scarifier, Articulated, Cummins Eng............$

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WESTERN EDITION Circulated Throughout • Alaska • Arizona • California • Colorado • Hawaii

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Be sure to check out this special section! Keep up to date with the latest information on recycling, crushing and screening.

FEATURES… IROCK NAMES WARREN CAT NEW DEALER FOR OKLA., TEXAS

As the addition of IROCK crushing and screening equipment is Warren CAT’s first venture into aggregate processing equipment, IROCK provided an initial sales and service course and it plans to conduct a follow up course in a few months as well.

PETERSON’S 4310 DRUM CHIPPER FEATURES C18 CAT ENGINE

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NORCO EQUIPMENT INTRODUCES ITS FIRST-EVER GRINDER

The 4310 drum chipper is suited for high volume biomass producers who have a wide variety of feed material, from logs up to 26 in. (66 cm) in diameter, to brush and small feed stock.

Building on its Dynamic line of Cone-Head chippers, Norco Equipment has introduced its first-ever grinder, the Dynamic 5240 horizontal model.

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VOLVO POISED TO INTRODUCE FMX TRUCK TO GLOBAL MARKET

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DOOSAN MT41 TRUCK COMBINES POWER, STABILITY, TRACTION

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SPECIAL SECTION…

Built specifically for heavy construction tasks, this truck will be available on European markets in September, followed by a global rollout during the rest of the year.

The MT41 is powered by a Tier III compliant, 444-hp (331 kW) Scania diesel engine that provides a power-to-weight ratio of 6.38 hp (4.7 kW) per ton.

FENCES COULD KEEP TURTLES FROM CROSSING TEXAS ROAD

Monthly surveys taken during the turtles’ spring and summer nesting season indicate the 2-mi. stretch of road is among the top five deadliest spots for turtles in North America.

CATERPILLAR INC. NAMES FRANK CRESPO NEW VICE PRESIDENT He will serve as Caterpillar’s chief procurement officer with responsibility for the Global Purchasing Division.

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2006 John Deere 225CLC, 9'7" Arm, 48" Bucket, 2608 Hrs, Stk: 00077802 ......$$74,000

2008 John Deere 744J, Cab w/ AC, 3 Spool, Ride Control, Front Diff Lock, 26.5 Tires, Less Bucket, 30 Hrs, Stk: 00083362 ........$$265,000

2007 John Deere 160DLC, 8'6" Arm, 24" Bucket, 742 Hrs, Stk: 00103672 ........$$80,100

2008 John Deer e 850J, Low Ground Pressure, M572C Side Boom, 292 Hrs, Stk: 00087832 ........................................$$325,000

2007 Terex TA30, Terex TA30 Art. Dump Truck, 2059 Hrs, Stk: 00024174 ......$$140,000

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2008 John Deere 1050C, Side Boom M583C, 83 Hrs, Stk: 00087412 ....................$$400,000

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IROCK Names Warren CAT New Dealer for Okla., Texas IROCK Crushers recently named Warren CAT as its new dealer serving Oklahoma and Texas. According to IROCK General Manager, Bob Nelson, with 22 facilities located throughout its CAT territory, Warren CAT is well positioned to provide the kind of equipment and product support that IROCK customers depend on. Warren CAT is the second CAT dealer to take on the IROCK Crushing equipment line. “CAT dealers make good partners because their sales and service models are complimentary to IROCK’s approach,” said Nelson. He added that IROCK’s use of CAT power means that Warren CAT is suited with the expertise needed to service IROCK machines and with a full inventory of wear parts, they’re well equipped. “Our passion for this business and respect for our customers leads us to continually look for ways to find “total solutions” for our customers. The IROCK crushers give us another way to be the dealership of choice for our valued customers,” said Warren CAT Rock Crushing and Paving Specialist Bill Reinier. For Warren CAT, the addition of IROCK crushing equipment is an opportunity to

offer solutions to an even wider range of jobsite requirements for their existing customers and new prospects. As the addition of IROCK crushing and screening equipment is Warren CAT’s first venture into aggregate processing equipment, IROCK provided an initial sales and service course and it plans to conduct a follow up course in a few months as well. IROCK Sales Manager Sean Donaghy made joint sales calls for Warren CAT’s initial sales drive, and according to Donaghy, “They did a nice job of hitting the ground running right out of the gate.” He added that its first two sales were to long time customers of Warren CAT. Nelson explained the addition of Warren CAT to their dealer network coincided with the introduction of the online parts order feature of their Web site which gives IROCK customers access to ordering 24 hours a day. IROCK customers can speak with a tech support person by phone until 9 p.m. EST throughout the work week. “Our approach is to provide IROCK customers with a top quality product combined with a level of support to match,” said Nelson.

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TECHNOLOGY

C HALLENGE

Topcon vs. Trimble in head-to-head MC competition Vince Lombardi knew a thing or two about competing and winning. The legendary football coach noted that everyone in the race runs, but only one wins. So he summarized his philosophy in three small words — run to win. It was a sound idea then. And it is one that Topcon has philosophically — and literally — taken and run with today. Take Topcon’s 3D-MC2 technology. Promoted as fastest in the industry. Most precise. Most productive. Most efficient. Saying it is one thing … but how do you prove it? The answer: you line the system up head-to-head against its main competitor… and let the results speak for themselves. That’s exactly what Topcon did at its May Technology Road Show in Livermore, California. Topcon placed its industry-leading 3D-MC2 system — operating on a John Deere 750 dozer — up against a Trimble GCS 900 system operating on a CAT D-6 dozer. “Our biggest challenge is how to convey just how great the system is,” said Tony Vanneman, Topcon construction products

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3D-MC2 enhances the production, performance and ease of operation.

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marketing manager. “Telling people is one thing. But we wanted them to be able to see it, feel it and experience it. “The Topcon 3D-MC2 outperformed the Trimble GCS 900 system operating at twice the speed and accuracy of the competition. “Everything we do is geared toward helping our customers understand for themselves,” he continued. “What differences does the system deliver? What level of production gains does it deliver? What level of accuracy does it deliver? And how much money can customers make by using the right machine control system on their earth moving equipment?” That kind of bottom-line focus is imperative in today’s challenging economic climate, Vanneman said. “Lots of contractors are

finding themselves in one of two positions. Either they have some work and need to squeeze every bit of profit they can out of it. Or they don’t have enough — or any — work and they’ve got to change their approach and business process to compete more effectively for the work that is out there. The 3D-MC2 system is a tremendous tool in both of those situations.” Vanneman explained, “When you enable a contractor to get on grade and move that material where it needs to be moved in fewer passes, good things happen. You use fewer man hours. You use less fuel. There’s less wear and tear on your equipment. And that translates to lower operating expense.” Tom King, Topcon California area manager, agreed. “I brought several customers who own the Trimble system. Some of them have been operating heavy equipment for 30-40 years. They got off the equipment using 3D-MC2 equipment grinning ear-to-ear. They were in utter awe as to how it performed.” King worked for Trimble for 13 years before joining Topcon. “Some of the people I invited

The race is on! -- Topcon’s 3D-MC2 machine control technology leaves the competition behind!

had purchased Trimble systems. We put ‘em on the 3D-MC2 system to let them see and experience the difference for themselves. They could not believe how smooth it performed and how well it reacted in the vertical curve.” John Benetti is sales manager for Pape Machinery, which provided the John Deere dozer on which the 3D-MC2 system performed. He noted: “Competition in the earth moving machinery market segment is unprecedented. As a result, we are constantly looking for ways to set our machines apart from the other folks out there — a feature or functionality that makes John Deere look good. That’s what the Topcon system does for us. It unquestionably enhances the production, performance and ease of operation of the John Deere dozer. “Customers are still talking about it,” Benetti continued. “As they lay out their upcoming purchasing decisions, it definitely elevated Topcon in their decision making process. And from our standpoint, it also allowed our machine to stand out and really differentiated us in the marketplace.” The technology road shows also provide customers additional, important benefits, Vanneman said. “They are treated to a presentation that explains how our core systems and technology operate, and how they represent the very latest in technological advances. Most importantly, we relate how all that can provide them an advantage in a very competitive marketplace. “We also spend time on what’s happening right now within the industry,” Vanneman continued. “And we take a look at what’s coming down the road – exploring and explaining the universal trends that will affect everyone’s lives in the dirt moving business.” But clearly, the opportunity to operate the Topcon system alongside its competitor and compare the results was the highlight of the day.” Advertisement: Topcon Positioning Systems

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2006 Komatsu PC200LC-7, Cab, A/C, 32” Pads, Long Stick, Hydraulic Thumb, Approx. 3200 Hrs ....$$99,500

1998 IR Roller DD70, 1205 Hrs ......................$$39,500

2002 John Deer e 410G, Cab, A/C, Extd Hoe, 4WD, Approx. 4900 Hrs ............................................$$36,500

2003 Komatsu WA450-5, Cab, A/C, 5 cu.yd. GP bucket, Approx. 9150 hrs, Eq# 80991 ....................$$99,500

2002 Komatsu PC200LC-7, Cab, A/C, 31.5” Track Shoes, GP Bkt, Equip.# 91100, Approx. 5700 Hrs ........$$89,500

2001 Cat 322BL, Cab, A/C, 42” GP Bkt w/Hyd. Thumb, Recent Rails & Sprockets, Approx. 7820 Hrs ..$$69,500

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‘Sandhogs’Take to Tunnels for Historic, Massive Project TUNNEL from page 1

million people will have an insurance policy against failure of two older subterranean water lines. “This project represents one of the most significant investments in the future of the city’s drinking water system,” said Cas Holloway, the city’s environmental protection commissioner. His remarks came in May at the conclusion of the paving phase of Tunnel 3 under Manhattan. The final phase involves installation of piping, mechanical and electrical systems, a process that won’t be completed until sometime in 2013 and will cost another $176 million. As construction projects go, Tunnel 3 is one of the more curious in engineering annals. For the most part it has been ongoing for decades almost completely out of sight of millions of people living within a few hundred feet of it. Other ongoing underground NYC construction projects – including mass transit ventures like the East Side access and Second Avenue subway – are significant, but they don’t measure up, or down, to Tunnel 3. Tunnel 3 is incomparable in terms of its duration through six city administrations, its massive cost – the Manhattan tunneling phase alone cost $680 million – and its demanding logistics, requiring hardhat labor at depths of 400 to 800 ft. (121 to 242 m) for miles and miles on end. It’s All About Water “We can live without a lot of things, water is not one of them,” Mayor Michael Bloomberg has said in backing the tunnel project. The mayor alluded to the city’s responsibility to furnish some 1.5 billion gal.

Photo courtesy NYC Environmental Protection

The East Water Tunnel under construction on the right, temporary train tunnel on the left

of water each day to 9 million NYC metropolitan area residents for drinking, cooking and bathing. Almost as important, the water is a necessity for firefighting. City fathers found all this to be true in the 19th century when a series of epidemics stemming from bad water ran through the city and then a devastating fire struck it. Consequently, a series of aqueducts from upstate New York were dug to supply greater volumes of water to the city from watersheds as far as 125 mi. (200 km) away. Then early in the 20th century, two tunnels were created to disperse the gravity-fed water to the five city boroughs.

Photo courtesy NYC Environmental Protection

The tunnel construction mobilization area, with tunnel ventilation lines in the arch.

Tunnel 1 was completed in 1917 and Tunnel 2 in 1936. They were constructed painstakingly — literally, with some tunneling workers dying from the “bends” as a consequence of their work in underground pressurized caissons. Their work was not in vain, however, for the two tunnels have been an unqualified success. That’s the problem: They are indispensable. They have never been out of service – and need to be. Like any other infrastructure, the rub of constant utilization erodes and debilitates surfaces and wears out mechanical and electrical systems. Construction of Tunnel 3 will let water be diverted from

Tunnels 1 and then 2 so that much-needed inspection and repair of the two older tunnels will be possible. Mayor Bloomberg has among other degrees a bachelor of engineering from John S. Hopkins University. He made completion of the tunnel a city funding priority. “I looked at our water tunnels and, in the past six years we have dedicated more money in this area than did the previous five administrations combined,” he told an interviewer for Leaders Magazine in 2008. “A third tunnel will give us redundancy and more capacity and because of the way it’s designed, it will let us turn off each of the two old ones, which nobody has looked at before. We’re afraid to turn them off because we think we may not be able to turn them back on, and there’s a worry that without water in them, they will collapse.” While there is as yet no repair schedule, Tunnel 1 will be the first one drained and scrutinized. It is the oldest and most vital of the two. The city’s Department of Environmental Protection, which manages the New York City water supply, will send inspectors into the tunnels for a meticulous assessment of tunnel walls and valves. When Tunnel 3 is completely functioning and inspection of the other two tunnels proceeds, the water will flow unabated. Everything is tied to keeping the water constantly moving – hundreds of millions of gallons a day – from one tunnel or another, up through vertical shafts spaced periodically along the way, into 7,000 mi. (11,200 km) of water mains and finally into lines serving homes and commercial buildings. see TUNNEL page 26

Photo courtesy NYC Environmental Protection

Workers weld in the tunnel construction mobilization area with tunnel concrete forms in the background.

Photo courtesy NYC Environmental Protection

Sandhogs install concrete forms for the concrete lining of the tunnel.

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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Grasan’s KRH1315 Plant Combines Portability, Fast Setup Grasan’s road-portable KRH1315 impact crusher plant combines high production capacity with versatile over-the-road portability and fast setup on the job. The plant can crush concrete and asphalt rubble and C&D debris at rates up to 400 tons (363 t) per hour and shot limestone at up to 500 tph (453 t). Total plant weight is 127,500 lb. (57,833 kg) and choice of axle configurations is available to meet various highway regulations. The skid-on, skid-off hopper transfers from flatbed trailer to crusher chassis in about 30 minutes with no crane assist. Four independent hydraulic legs provide total operational support and have infinite height and leveling adjustments for fast setup and solid footing. The crusher is the Hazemag 1315 APPH primary impact crusher designed especially for recycling. The impactor features a fully automatic, hydraulic cylinder system that provides 15 percent to 20 percent greater production capacity than a same-size impactor with standard controls. It also has smoother operation and produces more uniform products. The unit is available with diesel or electric power. For more information, call 419/526-4440 or visit www.grasan.com.

Grasan’s KRH1315 impact crusher plant can crush concrete and asphalt rubble and C&D debris at rates up to 400 tons (363 t) per hour and shot limestone at up to 500 tph (453 t).

Peterson’s 4310 Drum Chipper Features C18 Cat Engine The 4310 drum chipper is the latest in a long line of chipping and grinding machines produced by Peterson. The 4310 drum chipper is suited for high volume biomass producers who have a wide variety of feed material, from logs up to 26 in. (66 cm) in diameter, to brush and small feed stock. The 4310 is powered by a 765 hp (570 kW) C18 Caterpillar engine. At 52,000 lbs. (23,586 kg), the 4310 was designed for operations requiring high production and tracks for frequent moves between jobs. The chipper utilizes a 36 in. (91.4 cm) diameter by 40 in. (10.2 cm) wide drum. Other key features include a sloped feed deck for ease of feeding the chipper and wear resistant AR 400 wear surfaces on the drum pockets and shell. Optional material sizing grates minimize oversize twigs and branches in the chips, and an optional chip The 4310 drum chipper is suited for high volume biomass producers who have a accelerator helps with loading. wide variety of feed material, from logs up to 26 in. (66 cm) in diameter, to brush Traditional babbit type knife systems are and small feed stock. standard equipment. Chip length can be

changed from .5 to 1 in. (1.3 to 2.5 cm) by adjusting knife extension and feed speed. A top loading or an end loading spout is available depending on the application. The 4310’s new generation of controls includes Peterson’s high-production adaptive control system. The new control panel provides self-diagnosis for faulty sensors and open circuits. Fault indicators make troubleshooting easy. The 4310 control panel features an LCD display that provides the operator the complete engine and system parameters to simplify setup and efficiently operate the machine, according to the manufacturer. Peterson specializes in developing delivery and processing equipment that turns lowgrade organic materials into high value products. Since 1982 Peterson has manufactured equipment for customers in more than 25 countries. For more information, visit www.petersoncorp.com.

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Powerscreen Warrior 800 Accepts Variety of Screen Media Powerscreen has launched the Warrior without benching. A new 2-deck screen box 800 as part of its product development pro- measuring 9 by 4 ft. (2.77 by 1.22 m), gram. The Warrior 800 is the latest addition impressive conveyor discharge heights and a to the Powerscreen range of heavy duty folding tail conveyor with integral slide out screening machines, which includes the facility aids screen media changes. Warrior 1400 and Warrior 1800. Later in Set-up time and ease of operation are 2009, the range will be complemented fur- aided by hydraulic folding tail and side conther by the biggest Warrior yet, the Warrior veyors, rigid feed hopper sides and two 2400. speed tracks. A new simple to use electrical “The launch of the Warrior 800 underlines control system allows operators to monitor our commitment to continuous product and diagnose the machine on site via an development and innovation, even in these LCD display without specialist tools. more challenging market conditions,” said The machine will be available in either Pat Brian, Powerscreen global director of tracked or wheeled mobile configurations, sales. “We will continue to invest heavily in with both configurations offering a compact our products so our customers have access to transport footprint with a width of 8.2 ft. (2.5 the very best equipment.” m). The new Warrior 800 has been designed The Warrior 800 was previewed at with the customer in mind. The machine is a NordBau 2009, and will be exhibited at multi-purpose heavy duty incline 2-deck BAUMA 2010. screen, capable of stockpiling, 3-way splitFor more information, visit ting or scalping before and after crushing www.powerscreen.com. units. The screenbox will accept a wide variety of screen media making it a versatile machine, suitable for a variety of applications including topsoil, recycling, C&D waste, sand, gravel and aggregates. The Warrior 800 has been designed to accept material feed size up to 16 in. (40 cm) and handle up to 330 ton (300 t) per hour capacity, depending upon the application. Machine features include a low profile feed hopper with rear door for direct feeding The machine will be available in either tracked or from Powerscreen Pegson wheeled mobile configurations, with both configuXH250 and Powerscreen rations offering a compact transport footprint with Pegson Metrotrak machines a width of 8.2 ft. (2.5 m).

Machine features include a low profile feed hopper with rear door for direct feeding from Powerscreen Pegson XH250 and Powerscreen Pegson Metrotrak machines without benching.

The Warrior 800 is the latest addition to the Powerscreen range of heavy duty screening machines.

The Warrior 800 is a multi-purpose heavy duty incline 2-deck screen, capable of stockpiling, 3-way splitting or scalping before and after crushing units.

The Warrior 800 has been designed to accept material feed size up to 16 in. (40 cm) and handle up to 330 ton (300 t) per hour capacity, depending upon the application.

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Hultdins grapples are robotically welded from Weldox steel.

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Norco Equipment Introduces Its First-Ever Grinder Building on its Dynamic line of Cone-Head chippers, Norco Equipment has introduced its first-ever grinder, the Dynamic 5240 horizontal model. Powered by a fuel-efficient Volvo Tier III 425 hp (317 kW) engine, the Dynamic 5240 grinder will produce up to 200 cu. yd. (153 cu m)/hr from infeed materials of up to 18 in. (45.7 cm) diameter. The grinder operates with a 52 in. (132 cm) wide hammermill and can convert from swing to fixed hammers in as little as 45 minutes. Chuck Dull, senior vice president — sales and marketing at Norco Equipment, said that the 5240 grinder meets Dynamic design goals by providing a simple but rugged machine to help forestry, biomass, and recycling operations spend more time producing at less cost. Designed to serve a wide range of small to medium-sized grinding applications, the Dynamic 5240 will process material including biomass in the woods, slab wood at the sawmill, tree debris from storm clean-up and site clearing projects, and wood scrap from demolition sites. Switching to swing hammers, the 5240 quickly becomes an equally productive regrind station, according to the manufacturer. Sipping fuel at just 12 to 14 gal. (45 to 53 L)/hr at full production, the 5240 grinder also is rugged enough to stand up to demanding, high volume applications with its Transfluid coupler. As a true hydraulic fluid coupler, the Transfluid simplifies service and reduces downtime with no wear parts, and provides anti-jam protection for the hammermill and drive line. The infeed hopper provides a 54 in. by 16 ft. (137 cm by 4.8 m) loading capacity. Processed material is sized through

The 5240 horizontal grinder is ideal for primary and regrinding operations.

Pallets and other urban wood waste are quickly handled by the Dynamic 5240.

a selection of 1.5 to 5 in. (3.8 to 12.7 cm) screens. Screens can be changed in 15 to 20 minutes. The 36 in. (91 cm) wide belt has a standard discharge height of 15 ft. (4.5 m). Weighing less than 38,000 lbs. (17,236 kg), the wheeled Dynamic 5240 offers operators a horizontal grinder that transports easily and is agile enough to fit into almost any job site. Models with track drive also are available for sites with soft soil conditions or unstable terrain. The Dynamic brand product line covers a growing family of chippers, grinders and screening equipment. Dynamic combined with the Puma line of forwarders, harvesters, firewood processors and attachments, represents a versatile range of one-stop “stump to chip” solutions. Under the Dynamic, Puma, and ADC Custom brands, Norco Equipment’s lineup of products serves specialty markets such as forestry, bioenergy, recycling, solid waste, demolition, material handling and agriculture. For more information, call 803/234-5750 or visit www.norcoequipment.com.

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Sandhogs Continue Burrowing Under New York City TUNNEL from page 12

Building the Tunnel Construction of Tunnel 3 involved a variety of general contractors through the years, but it utilized the same union of craftspeople who gave the city the Holland and Lincoln tunnels and mile upon mile of functioning subway and sewer tunnels. They are members of Laborers Local Union No. 147, affectionately called “Sandhogs.” The name came from their first job rooting around in sand during construction of footings for the Brooklyn Bridge. They are categorized as miners – urban miners – because they often dig through subterranean rock and soil. They differ from other miners in that their tunneling is the purpose of their labor. But as in other mining work, it can be dangerous: 24 people have died in the course of Tunnel 3’s construction, though none in recent years. Regardless of the dangers involved, in some NYC families Sandhogs go back for several generations. It is a testament to the unique appeal of the work, to Local 147’s attractive wages and Photo courtesy NYC Environmental Protection to the pride that comes from laying Construction of Tunnel 3 involved a variety of general contractors the foundation, almost literally, for through the years, but utilized the same union of craftspeople who many of the monumental commergave the city the Holland and Lincoln tunnels. cial and infrastructure projects in the city. At the height of work on cylinder of concrete is con- (900,000 cu m) — enough to fill up 80 perTunnel 3, some 350 Sandhogs and structed inside the tunnel so cent of the Empire State Building. auxiliary workers worked their that engineers can more uniVertical shafts, which feed the water way through their subterranean formly contain the flow of the upward to the city’s water mains, were bored passage behind a massive 450-ton water and maintain its sterility. using a raise bore method in which the bor(408 t) boring machine – lowered Consequently, the urban miners ing machine is pulled upward through a pilot into the tunnel and then assembled don’t just tunnel, they build, shaft, with the debris falling down into the – that chewed up bedrock at an and now have completed the tunnel for removal. For reasons of pressure, average rate of 80 linear ft. (25 m) concrete work in the tunnel. the shafts widen as they come closer to the Photo courtesy NYC Environmental Protection a day. The machine’s rotating front They used some 500 ft. (152 surface. The Manhattan stretch of the tunnel edge has 27 cutting blades that Lifting the main part of the tunnel boring machine for instal- ms) of collapsible cylindrical has 10 of these shafts. chip away at the solid rock found lation in the tunnel. steel forms to shape the piping, The flow of the water in the tunnels will at that depth. which ranges in diameter from be regulated using valve chambers, which The chipped debris is automatically con- through the Bronx before jogging west and 24 ft. (7.3 m) to 10 ft. (300 cm), the pipe nar- also are carved out deep underground in the veyed to the rear where it is loaded into rail running half the length of Manhattan, then rowing as it progresses. They would pour path of the pipes. The rooms are boxy, conturning east to continue under the East River one section, then a second section, before cars and hauled to an outlet shaft. crete facilities measuring about 40 ft. (13 m) This boring process — which was com- into Queens and Brooklyn. This 13-mi. (21- breaking down the first section and leapfrog- in width and height. Numerous stainless pleted in Tunnel 3 in 2006 — replaced the km) leg of the tunnel, costing $1 billion, was ging it ahead of the second section to repeat steel valves and flow meters are set up in the traditional method of drilling holes for placed in service in 1998. the process. On average, about 145 linear ft. chambers and electronically monitored and The second stage of the tunnel runs (44 m) of concrete pipe was poured daily. explosives, detonating them and clearing controlled. Engineers can regulate flow and almost another 11 mi. (18 km), cutting deepaway whatever was blown loose. The concrete work was both exacting and The boring machine removed from the er into Queens and then turning south to slice tedious. With the pressure of 14 in. (36 cm) divert the water as required for maintenance path of Tunnel 3 approximately 82 million through Brooklyn. Concrete lining of that of concrete bearing down on the forms in or emergency situations. The largest of the chambers is more than cu. ft. (2.5 million cu m) of rock, all of portion of the tunnel was completed in 2001. which the men work, it also can be dangerwhich was crushed and sent to the surface The final stage of the tunnel juts off from the ous. How the concrete was handled evolved 600 ft. (182 m) long. The probable final stage of water supply for utilization on many other construction first leg in Mid-Manhattan and runs on into as the project moved along. In the first two tunneling is a 16-mi. (26-km) segment runLower Manhattan, with two fingers of it projects. City public affairs specialists comstages of tunnel construction, concrete was ning from a reservoir in Westchester County curling around northward before dead-endpute the volume of debris to be the equivapremixed and piped down to the tunnel floor lent of rock filling the Empire State Building ing. The average depth of the Manhattan leg where it was remixed and hosed into the to a valve chamber in the Bronx. It would is 540 ft. (164 m). and the new Yankee Stadium. cylindrical forms. On the final Manhattan give the system more pressure and an addiTunnel 3 meanders underground for about leg of the tunnel, however, the concrete was tional water aqueduct to the city. One more Water Pipes and Valves 60 mi. (96 km), beginning at Hillview pumped directly from above onto the forms. tunnel feeding water into additional areas of Tunneling through rock is just half the Reservoir on the north edge of the city propHow much concrete did the tunnel con- the Bronx and Queens is possible. The entire tunneling project is expected to er. The first stage of the tunnel parallels job. Water for city residents doesn’t actually sume? Engineers said the entire Tunnel 3 Tunnel 1 for much of its length down rush through the exposed bedrock. Rather, a project required about 30 million cu. ft. be complete by 2020.

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requires no permits for this type of vegeta- and wildlife habitat, increase plant diversity normally requires no permits for brush tion clearing, but since the EZ-V grubber and overall improve of hydrologic function removal, except in some metropolitan areas was to penetrate the soil 9 to 18 inches, we of the range land to make it more productive. where there may be regulation codes. With millions of acres in jeopardy in did check with the local utility companies to Mesquites especially, have a tendency to make sure there were no obstructions before send out enormous root system that soak up Texas, Oklahoma and other surrounding as much water as possible and deprive other, states, there are multiple governmental subwe started grubbing. “I was most pleased with the performance more beneficial vegetation. The government sidy programs available to address the situation. Instead of simply of the package and if necburning the trees and essary, I will rent the PC roots, there are organiza200 LC-8 and the EZ-V tions that are trying to grubber/extractor again. I find more profitable uses have offered to hand out for the by products. Both Burrell’s business cards the mesquite and cedars to my other ranch neighhave extraneous uses bors that have the same ranging from furniture problem we had on the manufacturing to John E. Fish ranch.” biodegradable fuels and Since most states the every famous encourage brush managemesquite smoked meat ment, Ward is working products. The reducwith the NRCS and the tion/eradication of the Environment Quality cedars will also help milIncentives Program lions of people that suffer (EQIP) for financial from cedar pollen driven assistance with this projasthma attacks. ect. For more information, The main reasons for call George Denny at brush management 405/782-7185 or email (mesquite and cedar) is to restore degraded range- The Werk-Brau EZ-V grubber/extractor takes roots and all up and out of g d e n n y @ k i r b y smith.com. land, improve the cattle the ground.

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with the development of a strong service offering for the construction business, we hope that our existing customers will become even more satisfied. We also have high expectations that this new truck and our unique total offer for the construction segment will attract many new customers.” New Features on the Volvo FMX • New upper grill, inspired by the FH series, contributes to a modern look. The Volvo iron mark is larger and more

Rugged Look for a Rugged Truck The most obvious change with the new, high-clearance Volvo FMX is its robust, modern exterior. The FMX has a new upper grill, aggressive lower front, 3-part steel bumper with .1 in. (3 mm) thick steel corners, rugged skid plate and protective bull bar. For additional functionality, the Volvo FMX also features a powerful tow hook, headlamp mesh protection, new anti-slip steps and a convenient ladder. “A quick glance at this truck and its powerful stance immediately reveals the close connection between Volvo Trucks and our sister-company, Volvo Construction Equipment — among the world leaders in dumpers, excavators and wheel-loaders,” said Jufors. “The new Volvo FMX literally breathes construction — reflecting its capabilities, inside and out.” Designed for Driveline Performance The new Volvo FMX is based on the FM platform. The recently updated construction version of the I-Shift gearbox makes it possible to “rock free” from almost any situation. In The new Volvo FMX is based on the FM platform. addition, a new load sensor sends precise load weight information to I-Shift for an optimal gear visible, while the FMX globe sign makes a bold statement. sequence and smooth gear start, according to the manufac• New central towing device offers robust and reliable turer. Massive braking power, 506 hp (375 kW) at 2,300 tool for towing or shunting, and can handle up to 27.5 tons rpm, is provided by Volvo Engine Brake Plus. (25 t). The lower front has been extended 6.5 in. (165 mm). • New anti-slip cab instep with an optional foldable ‘The Perfect Construction Truck’ extension step helps ensure the best possible grip in all “This is the perfect construction truck — and our cus- weather conditions. tomers have largely driven its development,” said Jufors. • New ladder and grab handle available on the day cab “With all the improvements in the Volvo FMX, combined give the driver a quick and convenient overview of the load

directly from the door opening. • New load sensor provides weight load information to the recently updated construction version of the I-Shift gearbox for an optimized gear sequence and smooth start. • Rugged construction mirror installation that is better able to withstand external damage and scratching, while the narrow mirror arm helps reduce the blind spot in this area for improved visibility from the driver position. • New, modern headlight design with durable headlight mesh protection that helps prevent stone chipping, without interfering with the optional high-pressure headlight cleaner. •New rugged fog lights set back in the steel corners of the bumper. •New rugged steel bumper in a 3part design: .1 in. (3 mm) thick steel outer corners, a robust skid plate and a new heavy-duty pull bar that helps protect the vital components behind it. •New anti-slip footstep integrated in the skid plate provides easy and convenient access to the windscreen for cleaning. An extra foldable extension step and/or a front grab handle at the upper grill are optional for even easier access. •Heavy-duty engine protection helps protect vital components. •New rugged steel fuel tanks have been raised for higher clearance. •A new, higher air intake position on the day cab is available as an option that optimizes the quality of the air to the engine, while also improving visibility when reversing. •New preparation kits and mounting options for working lights and reverse lights are available to choose from, making it easier to meet specific requirements. • New robust rubber mats with flanges to keep dirt and mud within the mat area for easy cleaning. • Three new interior trims to choose from: vinyl seats and door panels, textile seats and vinyl door panels or plush seats and door panels. Leather seat is optional. • Three new interior accessories contribute to improved driver comfort: a table with dedicated space for cups and pens, a practical storage box and a paper holder in water resistant fabric.

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Price Tag of California’s ‘Big Dig’ Rises to $10 Billion FREEWAY from page 1

For a half-century, activists in tiny South Pasadena have fought successfully against proposals to close the gap — a project that would split their quiet city of tree-lined neighborhoods. Now, they’re preparing for the next fight, as the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority board considers whether to pursue the concept of digging a tunnel to close the missing link in the region’s freeway network. At least one board member thinks the tunnel is a pipe dream that invokes images of Boston’s troubled Big Dig. “It’s construction on a massive scale, bigger than the Big Dig and will cost upward of $10 billion,” said Ara Najarian, the board president. “It’ll encourage people to get into their single-occupant vehicle and drive around L.A. when what we need are smart solutions and sustainable modes of transit.” Freeway supporter Barbara Messina, a member of the City Council in Alhambra, said it’s time to complete the project because the gap is hurting the effectiveness of the regional freeway system. “This gap was never intended to be permanent,” she said. “It’s just a sin that this has been stalled this long.” The route of the 710 freeway was first

mapped out in 1951 as part of a massive highway construction program that transformed California after World War II. But two decades later, then-Gov. Jerry Brown’s decision to limit spending on highway construction put completion of the 710 on hold. In the intervening years, South Pasadena activists stalled further construction by challenging environmental impact reports and winning court injunctions. The fierce opposition led the Federal Highway Administration in 2003 to rescind its support of a surface route. As a result, regional transportation planners began looking into the possibility of a tunnel that would take the 710 under South Pasadena, a 3.5 sq. mi. city with approximately 26,000 residents. Last year, the California Department of Transportation conducted exploratory drilling in five zones and determined through a geological study that building a freeway tunnel 200 ft. below ground in any of the zones was feasible. The study took into account seismic activity, soil conditions and the presence of hazardous materials. Now, planners are recommending that the MTA consider further environmental study of a 4.5- to 5-mi. tunnel running directly

north from the freeway’s current terminus to Interstate 210. The study would look into the environmental effects of a tunnel along with other transportation options such as rail to deal with congestion caused by the freeway gap. The board also could kill the tunnel idea altogether.

are presented to the decision-makers and the public so we can have an honest and healthy debate on this project,” Najarian said. Tunnel advocates are floating the idea of inviting private investors to put up billions of dollars to build it, and charge drivers a toll. Further study would be funded by some of the $780 million set aside by a Los Angeles County transportation sales tax measure approved by voters in 2008 to deal with the problem. But even that allocation is being disputed in a lawsuit by the cities of South Pasadena and La Canada Flintridge, which is located along Interstate 210 and likely to see more traffic if the 710 is completed. To Joanne Nuckols, a South Ara Najarian Pasadena resident and longtime freeway fighter, the tunnel proposal brings Los Angeles County Metropolitan to mind Boston’s Big Dig project overTransportation Authority Board President runs and shoddy construction. That project to replace an elevated highway in the heart of the city with a Najarian, the board president, said he’d series of tunnels, ramps and bridges was like to see further studies of the cost of the budgeted at $3 billion but wound up costing tunnel and the environmental impact of $15 billion. emissions from vehicles using it, among “We know that engineers can build a tunother things. nel almost anywhere, but is it worth it finan“It’s inappropriate to take any action cially?” she said. “We can build a bridge to unless these very basic bits of information the moon, but should we do it?”

“It’s construction on a massive scale, bigger than the Big Dig and will cost upward of $10 billion…”

Miller Trailblazer 302 EFI, Bobcat 250 EFI Reduce Costs Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has introduced two Electronic Fuel Injected (EFI) enginedriven twin-cylinder welder generators: The Trailblazer 302 EFI and the Bobcat 250 EFI. Replacing the carburetor with EFI improves fuel economy up to 27 percent, reduces harmful emissions up to 33 percent and eliminates carburetor icing, according to the manufacturer. Miller also increased the weld output and generator power (12,000 peak/10,500 continuous watts) on both machines to provide contractors a green, cost-efficient machine with improved performance over carburetor-based models. Replacing carburetors with EFI reduces hydrocarbon (HC) and nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions by 33 percent and carbon monoxide (CO) emissions by 27 percent while also saving as much as $1,000/year (assuming 25 gallons per week at $3 per gallon) in fuel costs, according to the manufacturer. Miller’s Trailblazer 302 EFI improves fuel economy by 27 percent and reduces harmful emissions — all while increasing weld and generator outputs.

Higher Welding Output The Trailblazer 302 EFI and Bobcat 250

EFI are both true multi-process machines that provide strong Stick, MIG, flux cored, AC/DC TIG and gouging capabilities. The Trailblazer 302 welds 280 amps at 100percent duty cycle (300 amps/wire welding); The Bobcat 250 welds 250 amps at 100-percent duty cycle (275 amps for wire welding). Running Miller welders off either machine’s generator power further transforms these engine drives into powerful multi-arc systems that increase productivity while lowering fuel use and cost-perarc ownership, according to the manufacturer. All rated outputs are tested at 104F (40C) for optimal performance and integrity. Both machines feature a protective armor similar to that used in automotive bumpers and tractor hoods. This offers high-impact resistance in all temperatures and is chemical resistant. EFI eliminates carburetor icing and ensures easy starting and optimal performance in all climates. For more information, call 800/4264553 or visit www.MillerWelds.com.

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Fences Could Keep Turtles CaterpillarInc. Names Frank From Crossing Texas Road Crespo New Vice President By Allan Turner

HOUSTON CHRONICLE

WOODVILLE, Texas (AP) With narrow lanes and soft, weedy shoulders dropping steeply to the water, U.S. 190’s Steinhagen Lake crossing is bound to send an adrenaline jolt through all but the most blase motorists. The roadside shards of exploded tires speak of danger as eloquently as a skull beside a desert waterhole. But the very conditions that make a driver snap to attention and ease up on the gas are a magnet for fresh-water turtles who, oblivious to the danger, die beneath the wheels of thousands of cars and trucks that pound across the causeway each day. So great has been the mortality of female turtles, who are drawn to the causeway to lay eggs, said Houston Zoo Conservation Programs Manager Rachel Rommel, that the future of the lake’s turtle population may be in jeopardy. A drop in the Steinhagen’s turtle population, she said, might pose serious threats to the lake's overall health. Monthly surveys taken during the turtles’ spring and summer nesting season indicate the 2-mi. stretch of road is among the top five deadliest spots for turtles in North America. Since the summer of 2008, zoo workers under Rommel's direction have found the remains of 635 turtles. Rommel conceded that the condition of the Steinhagen’s turtle population is unknown but said natural predation, the large-scale harvesting of freshwater turtles for export to China — a practice banned in Texas public waters in 2007 — and the reptile’s slow sexual maturation make the roadway losses a matter of significant concern. Based on the survey, zoo officials have petitioned the Texas Department of Transportation to erect low fences, or take other actions, to keep the turtles from crossing the road. Transportation agency biologist Stirling Robertson said TxDOT officials, aided by state and federal wildlife experts, are reviewing the issue. “We don’t have a lot of experience in dealing with this kind of problem,” he said, while noting that his agency has elsewhere installed fences and culverts to protect the endangered Houston toad. Rommel said a fence and culvert program in Lake Jackson, Fla., the continent's deadliest turtle road kill spot, reduced mortality from about 10 turtles per kilometer per day to less than one. Rommel became aware of the Steinhagen Lake turtle deaths in spring 2008 while camping at Martin Dies Jr. State Park at the causeway's eastern end.

En route to a nearby grocery, she spotted an injured turtle near the road. “She was still alive. I patched her back together,” Rommel said. Now on the alert, she counted 35 dead reptiles on or near the roadway as she returned to her camp. Rommel’s reports on turtle carnage launched the zoo’s annual surveys. Almost all the dead turtles, she said, are female — apparently drawn to the causeway to lay eggs. The soft, sandy soil retains heat and is close to aquatic plants, which may make the road's shoulders an appealing spot to nest, Rommel said. Dead turtles almost always are red-eared sliders or Missouri River cooters, which can grow to near dinner-plate size and live for decades. Rommel said females of these species can lay as many as 20 leathery eggs up to three times per nesting season, usually late spring through August. The zoo team surveys the Steinhagen Lake site once monthly through October. As vehicles sped past at seemingly breathtaking speeds, Rommel and three colleagues last week scoured both sides of U.S. 190 in search of dead turtles. With each find, they recorded species and sex and noted its location with a global positioning system. When only shell fragments were found, they labeled the find an “unknown.” After logging the data, the reptiles were tossed into the lake. The August survey found 98 dead turtles as well as snakes, raccoons and an alligator. “It’s a sad thing,” Rommel said. “After disposing of turtle after turtle, you have to shut off your emotional response and get the job done.” Whether eating or eaten, turtles are a key element in the lake's ecosystem, the health of which is vital to the area's water-based recreation industry, Rommel said. And even though neither red-eared sliders nor Missouri River cooters are protected species, a skewed ratio of males to females could mean trouble in years to come. TxDOT’s Robertson hinted that the effort to save turtles might draw opposition from Texans who think highway dollars should target more traditional projects. And, he noted, while turtle fences or culverts might be cheap to put up, the state would then have to maintain them. Still, he said, keeping turtles from crossing U.S. 190 might be warranted in terms of highway safety. “If a shell punctures a tire, a motorist could get in big trouble,” Robertson said. “It’s a very narrow elevated roadway, and you don’t have a lot of options. You go into a tree or into the lake.”

Caterpillar Inc. announced July 30 that its board of directors has appointed Frank Crespo as a vice president of the company. He will serve as Caterpillar’s chief procurement officer with responsibility for the Global Purchasing Division. Crespo joined the company on Aug. 16 and will report to Group President Steve Wunning, who has responsibility for Resource Industries. Crespo is currently vice president and chief procurement officer for Honeywell International, a $31 billion company located in Morristown, N.J. Crespo graduated from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., with an engineering degree and earned his MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. “We are fortunate to bring Frank on board with Caterpillar, and I know he will build on his proven track record of leadership, supply chain management and low cost country sourcing that will bring Caterpillar’s supply chain performance to the next level,” said Group President Steve Wunning. “He brings an extensive record of driving successful supplier collaboration, which is one of the

nine key operating principles embedded in Caterpillar’s enterprise strategy.” Prior to joining Honeywell, Crespo was the director of global category management at Electronic Data Systems in Plano, Texas, where he was responsible for creating a global commodity management structure across each business unit. Before joining Electronic Data Systems, Crespo was the vice president of Semiconductor Materials for Praxair Inc. Prior to this role, he was the vice president of global procurement and materials management for Praxair Inc. Crespo also served in senior procurement roles for Texas Instruments Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Company. Following his graduation from the Naval Academy, Crespo served as a Nuclear Submarine Officer in both Vallejo, Calif., and Norfolk, Va., as the department head for supply, where he managed a large inventory and logistics budget for the Navy. He concluded his active duty career as a defense contract specialist for the Naval Sea Systems Command in Washington, D.C. Crespo went on to serve an additional 18 years in the Naval Reserve and retired as a captain.

John Deere Reports Its Third Quarter Profit Up 47 Percent By Josh Funk

AP BUSINESS WRITER

OMAHA, Nebraska (AP) Deere & Co. said Aug. 18 its third-quarter profit grew 47 percent with American and Canadian farmers buying enough of the company’s large equipment to offset a sharp downturn in Europe. The company reported $617 million net income, or $1.44 per share, in the quarter that ended July 31. That’s up from $420 million, or 99 cents per share, a year ago. Deere said global revenue spiked 16 percent to $6.84 billion. Agricultural equipment sales in the U.S. and Canadian markets increased 19 percent in the quarter. Sales in other markets rose 16 percent, but that figure masks the European weakness. “While we have benefited from positive conditions in the U.S. farm sector, particularly in terms of demand for large equipment, European markets are down sharply,”

Deere’s chairman and CEO Samuel Allen said in a statement. Overall, Deere’s agricultural and turf equipment sales grew 12 percent to $5.2 billion from last year's $4.7 billion. Demand for construction and forestry equipment has improved from last year, but Deere said it remains well below normal. Quarterly sales for that division jumped 59 percent to just over $1 billion from $632 million a year ago. The quarterly results from the maker of iconic green-and-yellow farm and construction equipment easily beat Wall Street expectations. On average, analysts expected earnings per share of $1.24 on $6.52 billion revenue. The company said it now expects its sales to grow about 12 percent in fiscal 2010. That prediction is in line with the 11 percent to 13 percent range Deere offered in May. Deere also said it expects fourth-quarter net income to increase about 32 percent over last year to $375 million.

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August 18, September 15, 2010 – Golf Outings. The CAM (Construction Association of Michigan) Golf Committee’s 2010 CAM Golf Outing Schedule which features four value-packed outings at remarkable prices include dates August 18 Fieldstone Golf Club Auburn Hills; September 15 Cherry Creek Golf Club Shelby Township. For more information and any other questions please contact Diana Brown at (218) 9721000. September 8, 2010 – Contractor Meeting. AGC St. Louis Contractors and Specialty Contractor Members Invited to Chase Park Plaza – Zodiac Room on 20th Floor, 212 N. Kingshighway, St. Louis, MO. Cost is $80.00 and Time is 5:30 P.M. Cocktails; 6:30 P.M. Dinner; 7:30 P.M. Presentation. Call the AGC of St. Louis office at (314) 781-2356 if you have questions. Call Kathy Givens at (314) 480-3172 to register (by September 3, 2010). September 13, 2010 – Meeting. To all IAAP Members! Register now for the 7th annual meeting of the Transportation for Illinois Coalition to be held on Monday, September 13th at the Wojcik Conference Center at William Rainey Harper College in Palatine, and begins with an address by Congressman Jerry Costello (D-Belleville). For those who want to stay the night before the event and/or after the meeting, TFIC has reserved a block of rooms at the Embassy Suites Chicago, Schaumburg, Woodfield. This hotel is within 10” of the Harper College conference center. The room rate is $139/night. Contact information for the hotel is telephone: (847) 397-1313 or Fax: (847) 397-9007. John Henriksen, Executive Director, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, Cell: (217) 899-7389; Office: 217-241-1639; Fax: (217) 241-1641 and email: iaap@hansoninfosys.com. September 17, 2010 – Sporting Tournament. The 2010 Fall Sporting Clays Tournament is a fun event for shooting enthusiasts to be held at the St. Louis Skeet and Trap Club, 18554 Franklin Road, Pacific, MO (www.skeetrap.com). All proceeds benefit the AGC of St. Louis Political Action Committee. For registration information and other questions, please contact Denise Hasty at 314-781-2356 or dhasty@agcstl.org. September 20-21, 2010 and October 25-26, 2010 – Construction Conferences. Associated Owners & Developers 2010 National Conferences. AOD’s 14th Annual Industry Conference, a 1-1/2 Day Program featuring leading experts who will focus on today’s construction market strategies for continued success, where our industry is headed, and how best to get there in the years to come. September Conference to be held at the W. Atlanta Midtown Hotel, Atlanta, GA and October Conference at LePavilion Hotel, New Orleans, LA. For further information, please go to www.constructionchannel.net under “Mark Your Calendar.” Also, contact Andrew at Associated Owners & Developers (AOD) Telephone: (703) 734-2397. September 24, 2010 – Golf Tournament. AGC St. Louis, Construction Leadership Council’s 5th Annual Glow Ball Golf Tournament to be held at Ridge Golf & Country Club, 643 Ridge Road, Waterloo, IL. $260/Team or $65/Person – Nine holes of Glow Ball Golf including cart, two glow balls, two drink tickets and dinner; only 72 spots available; Dinner starts at 6:00 p.m.; Shotgun start at 7:00 p.m. Proceeds benefit the Jeff Staley Safety Foundation, raising motorists awareness on driving safety in construction work zones. For more information or Questions: Call Nancy Valentine at 314-781-2356, extension 103. September 25 thru October 1, 2010 – Course. AGC of America (The Associated General Contractors of America) is offering this 5-day course with experienced project managers and project engineers instruc-

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tion on project planning, safety management, construction productivity, subcontractor/vendor management, CPM scheduling, claims management, legal issues/contract clauses, construction ethics, cost control, project record keeping, communications, leadership/human resource issues, time management, problem solving and decisions making, and blending family and work. Early bird registration available: Register by July 15, 2010 and receive $5.00 off your tuition! Hotel information: Dolce Hayes Mansion, San Jose, CA (408) 226-3200 and Contact information: Contact education@agc.org for more information. October 1, 2010 – Golf Tournament. Construction Data Services presents the 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament to be held at Quail Creek Golf Course, 6022 Wells Road, St. Louis, MO. The festivities include a golf tournament and auction on Friday, October 1, 2010. A day of fun with a “Florida Scramble” golf tournament beginning at 1:00 p.m. For more information, contact Paul Jacobi at 314645-5577. Mining New Members. Everyone knows word-ofmouth advertising from satisfied customers brings more business to your company. As an IAAP member, you have experienced valuable benefits from membership in this Association and along the way maybe you have talked with others in the industry about joining the IAAP. Your efforts are now being rewarded through a new member recruitment program called “Mining New Members.” For more information, please contact IAAP Outreach Manager Shawn McKinney at (217) 241-1639 or shawn@hansoninfosys.com. DONATION - HELP Support IAAP’s Political Activities – The IAAP Political Action Committee (PAC) was created in order to provide financial support for our allies in the Illinois General Assembly. Whether from Chicago or Downstate Illinois, Democrat or Republican, these legislators all have one thing in common – they support bills that help the Illinois aggregates industry and oppose bills that hurt our interests. As the cost of political campaigns continues to rise, we want to ensure that legislators who support this industry can compete and continue to do good work. For that reason, supporting the IAAP PAC is critically important to the future of our industry, your company, and your Association’s political activities. Please consider sending a donation, payable to the IAAP, to: John Henriksen, Secretary/Treasurer, IAAP PAC, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, Illinois 62704. INFORMATION - AGC of St. Louis Governmental Affairs Legislative Update: Legislative Alert – New Illinois Law Could have Significant Effect on Contractors. The AGC of St. Louis has become aware of a new Illinois law passed that could have a dramatic effect on our members who perform work in Illinois. On June 16, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed House Bill 6349 into law which enhances the Illinois Workers on Public Works Act. From: AGC of St. Louis Governmental Affairs (mail to: agccom@agcstl.org). INFORMATION - The Transportation for Illinois Coalition (TFIC) has published and electronic version of it’s most recent white paper, an analysis of the 2009 capital program. To download a copy of this document, go to the TFIC website: http://www.tficillinois.org, click on publications and open the file entitled Capital Funding for Transportation. Questions? Please feel free to contact John Henriksen, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, 1115 South 2nd Street, Springfield, IL 62704. Office: (217) 2411639. Cell: (217) 899-7389. Fax: (217) 241-1641. AGC Volunteer Appreciation - The AGC of St. Louis is grateful for the many members who serve on committees. The time devoted by these individuals and the knowledge they share with the industry in very important to the success of the AGC.

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RENTAL RETURN AUCTION & 2 MAJOR JOB COMPLETIONS RENTAL SERVICE CORP. CONSTRUCTION & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, AERIAL LIFTS & FORKLIFTS, TRUCK TRACTORS, EQUIPMENT TRAILERS, SUPPORT & LIGHT VEHICLES. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 @ 10:30 AM DALLAS, TEXAS DIRECTIONS: From DFW Airport – Hwy 183 West to I-820 West to Exit 13 (Saginaw). Bear right onto North 287 (Main St.) go approx. 6 miles turn right on Hick’s Field Road. Go 1/2 mile to sale site on right. Address: 1815 Hicks Field Rd. East Fort Worth TX 76179. (Adjacent to JRP Trucking) NOTE: Selling will be rental equipment from RSC and several other rental fleets, along with 2 major job completions of late model Cat & John Deere equipment. HILITES INCLUDE: 11 MOTOR GRADERS: (4) 2002 Cat 140H, Cat 140H (pushblock, ripper), Cat 140G, (2) Cat 12G, 2003 Volvo G170B, JD 770CH, Champion 740, 4 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (3) Cat D400E, Cat D250E-II, 11 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (4) 2005 Cat 320CL, (2) 2007 Cat 314CLCR, 2006 JD 200C, 2004 Hyundai 210LC7, 2004 IHI 55N, 2004 IHI 35N, 2004 IHI 28N, 2 PULL BEHIND SCRAPERS: (2) 2002 Scoop-All 170P2T Big Foot, 3 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2001 JD 624H, 2004 JD 544J, JD 544H, 3 TOOL CARRIERS: 2005 Cat IT28G, (3) Cat IT24F, 9 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D8L, 2002 Cat D6R, Cat D6R, (2) 2005 Case 850KLGP, 2006 Case 650K, 2004 JD 700HLGP, 2004 JD 650HLGP, 2005 JD 450JLT, 19 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2006 Cat 420EIT, Cat 420E (4x4), Cat 416D (4x4), 2008 Case 580M-III (4x4), (2) 2007 Case 580M-II 50th Anniversary Series, (3) 2004 Case 580M-II (4x4), (2) 2004 Case 580M (4x4), Case 590 Super M, 2004 JD 310G (4x4), JD 310C, 2005 Volvo BL60D (4x4), (2) 2004 JCB 214E (4x4), Ford 675D, Ford 555B, 2 SOIL STABILIZERS: (2) Cat SS250B, 7 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CP563D, (2) 2001 Cat CP433C, 2005 IR SD100TF, 2003 IR SD45, 2002 IR SD40D, Dynapac CA152D, 5 SKID STEERS: 2004 Cat 262B, (3) 2005 Bobcat S220, Volvo MC60, YARD CRANES: Clark 714, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2004 Case 586G, 3 FORKLIFTS: Cat V80E, 2004 Daewoo GC32P, Clark C50080, 8 BOOM LIFTS: JLG 601S, 2004 JLG 600A (4x4), JLG 600A (4x4), Snorkel TB60R, (4) Snorkel TBA 42, 7 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) 2005-2004 Skyjack SJ7135, 2004 Skyjack SJ88931, 2005 Skyjack SJ7127, 2005 Skyjack SJIII-3226, 2005 Skyjack SJIII-3219, AIR COMPRESSORS: 2007 Atlas Copco 185, 8 WELDERS: (5) 2005 Miller BB300P, 2006 Lincoln Vantage 500, 2006 Lincoln Vantage 400, 2005 Lincoln 300D, 9 LIGHT PLANTS: (5) 2006-(4) 2005 Amida AL4060D4MH, 4 SWEEPERS: (2) 2008-2007 Broce RJ350, Broce RC300, 4 WATER TRUCKS: Freightliner 4,000gal. (t/a), 2002 Ford F650, 2006 GMC C7500, 2000 Int’l. 4700 (s/a), DUMP TRUCK: 2000 Int’l. 4700 (s/a), 3 PICKUPS: 2008 Ford F250 (4x4), 2008 Ford F150 Lariat (4x4), 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 (4x4), 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (2) 2011 Witzco 50T (tri.), 2011 Witzco 35T (t/a), 2 DUMP TRAILERS: (2) 2009 CTS 32ft. (t/a), FLATBED TRAILERS: 2007 Fontaine 48ft. (t/a), TRENCH BOXES: 8x16, RECREATIONAL/ UTILITY VEHICLES: (12) EZ-Go Golf Carts, ATTACHMENTS: Backhoes: CTI Forks, Stanley 20EX Plate Compactor, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Thumbs, Snow & Mulch Buckets, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Atlas Copco XP75 Rotary Screw Compressor, Forklift Barrel Clamp, Spool Dollies, Greenlee Job Boxes, Target Tile Saws, Bosch Demo Hammers, Rothenburger Pipe Threader, Bosch Demo Hammer, Sod Cutter, Bosch Combo Hammer, Rear Tine Tiller, Electric Mixer, Air Compressor. TEXAS AUCTION LICENSE: AUCTIONEER #16356 Michael W. Powers SALE SITE PHONE: (817) 847-2071, (863) 660-3613, SALE SITE FAX: (817) 847-2077

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• Seven Valleys, PA Mon., September 13, 2010 For: Expecting 100+ Tractors, Backhoes, Skid Steers and Lots of Equipment from Local, Contractors, Farmers and Dealers MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com Phone: 800-499-6560 • Lumberton, NC Thurs., September 16, 2010 For: Annual Fall Contractors Auction MIKE GRAHAM AUCTIONEERS www.mgrahamauctioneers.c om Phone: 580-641-0168 • Marlow, OK Sat., October 9, 2010 For: Construction and Oilfield Equipment MOTLEY’S AUCTION & REALTY GROUP www.motleys.com Phone: 804-232-3300 • Richmond, VA Fri., October 8, 2010 For: Construction Equipment and Trucks MYRON BOWLING AUCTION www.myronbowling.com Phone: 513-738-3311 • Fairfield, OH Fri., September 17, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers NITKE AUCTIONS www.nitkeauctions.com Phone: 715-362-6162 • Wausau, WI Fri.-Sat, October 22-23, 2010 For: 2-Day Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction PAUL E. SAPERSTEIN CO., INC. www.pesco.com Phone: 800-660-6553 • Tewksbury, MA Wed., September 15, 2010 For: Excavators, Ditch Witch Drills, Loaders, Skid Steers, Dumps, Trucks and Trailers PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.c om Phone: 860-642-4200 • North Franklin, CT Fri.-Sat, September 24-25, 2010 For: Tilton CT and Castle Equipment & Supply Co., Inc plus Area Contractors and Equipment Dealers POWERS AUCTION & EQUIPMENT SALES www.mikepowersauctions.co m Phone: 815-338-9700 • Woodstock, IL Sat., October 9, 2010 For: 18th Annual Fall Contractors/Landscapers Auction RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com Phone: 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., September 18, 2010 • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 11, 2010

RYAN AUCTION SALES www.ryanauctionsales.com Phone: 603-491-6159 • Tues., Sept. 28, 2010 @10:00 am Virtual Equipment & Truck Auction • Thurs., October 21, 2010 @ 9:00 am 1st Annual Fall Contractors Auction • Tues., October 26, 2010 @ 9:00 am Virtual Equipment & Truck Auction • Tues., Nov. 30, 2010 @10:00 am Virtual Equipment & Truck Auction • Thurs., Dec. 16, 2010 @10:00 am Virtual Equipment & Truck Auction TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC. www.tmauction.com Phone: 813-986-2485 • Tampa, FL Sat., October 9, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., November 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., December 11, 2010 UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net Phone: 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., October 22, 2010 For: Public Auction Construction and Utility Equipment WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com Phone: 760-731-7760 • Perris, CA Thurs., September 30, 2010 For: Construction Equipment WOLGEMUTH AUCTION LLC www.wolgemuth-auction.com Phone: 717-656-2947 • Flemington, NJ Sat., October 9, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Farm Equipment YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com Phone: 419-865-3990 • Villa Rica, GA Wed., October 6, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Bangor, ME Thurs., October 14, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Darlington, PA Thurs., October 21, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Bow, NH Thurs., November 18, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Kissimmee, FL February 7-15, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers

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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SONS INC

HYDREMA U S INC .................................................14

DALLAS TX .......................................................43

INDECO NORTH AMERICA ......................................7

ALLU GROUP ..........................................................13

IROCK CRUSHERS.................................................18

BARGAINS ...............................................................37

IRON PLANET

BOBCAT COMPANY ................................................29 CASE CONSTRUCTION ....................................28,29 CAT AUCTION SERVICES DENVER CO .....................................................45 CEG SCALE MODELS ............................................35 CHAMPION MOTOR GRADERS ............................31 CLASSIFIEDS .....................................................36,37 CONEXPO................................................................21 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED ...........................................................38 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP ..............27 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER...............................23 DURATECH ..............................................................17 DYNAPAC.................................................................32 FAE USA INC ...........................................................14

ONLINE AUCTION ............................................41 JOHN DEERE CONST EQUIP CO .........................10 KEYSTONE-NORTHERN EQUIPMENT ...................5 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ...................................22 LBX ......................................................................24,25 NORCO ATTACHMENTS.........................................10 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC..............30 PRO-TECH MANUFACTURING..............................13 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY......................20 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS OLYMPIA WA / SACRAMENTO CA .................47 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ..........................6,11 ROAD MACHINERY CO..........................................48 SENNEBOGEN ........................................................19

FELLING TRAILERS................................................34

TEREX LOADER BACKHOES ................................32

FLANGE LOCK ..........................................................6

TOPCON POSITIONING SYSTEMS.........................9

GEITH INC................................................................20

WERK-BRAU CO INC................................................8

HAWTHORNE CAT ....................................................2

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS

HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC.....................................3

PERRIS CA .......................................................39

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Value Priced • Quality Equipment

Call Gary or Wendy Today

866-400-5250

For more details on our used equipment visit www.roadmachinery.com/equipment Excavators Crawlers Year STK#

2005 KOMATSU PC200LC-7, Stk# EMD60, 1279 Hrs, Cab with A/C....................................................................................$103,158

SOLD

2005 KOMATSU WA500-3, Stk# EMD127, 6191 Hrs, ROPS Cab, A/C, GP Bucket w/BOCE....................................................................$150,000

1998 KOMATSU WA380-3L, Stk# EMD118, 12,294 Hrs, Cab, GP Bucket ................................................................................$60,000

2006 KOMATSU PC300-7, Stk# EMD65, 823 hours, Cab with A/C, 10'5" Stick, 30" Track........................................................$175,000 All certified machines include a minimum of 30 days powertrain warranty. All certified machines include the following financing (OAC). Subject to change without notice. 12 Months - 3.5% • 24 Months - 4.5% • 36 Months - 5.5% • 48 Months - 6.5%

Hours

KOMATSU PC200-8

2006 EMD58 1456

$89,000

KOMATSU PC200LC-7

2005 EMD57 1651

$89,000

KOMATSU PC200LC-7

2005 EMD62 1832 $121,053

KOMATSU PC200LC-7

2005 EMD61 1507 $100,000

KOMATSU PC200LC-7

2005 EMD60 1279 $103,158

KOMATSU PC200-7

2004 EMD59 1388

$75,000

KOMATSU PC200-7

2004 EMD39 2239

$89,000

KOMATSU PC228US-3 2003 EMD40 3127

$68,421

KOMATSU PC300LC-7

2006 EMD65 823

KOMATSU PC300LC-7

2005 EMD55 2408 $125,000

KOMATSU PC300LC-7

2005 EMD56 2901 $145,000

KOMATSU PC400LC-7

2005 EMD16 3255 $185,000

KOMATSU PC400LC-7

2005 EMD54 3572 $215,000

KOMATSU PC450LC-7

2005 EMD5

3756 $155,000

Wheel Loaders

Year STK#

Hours

KOMATSU WA380-5

2003 EMD41 5624

KOMATSU WA380-3L

1998 EMD118 12294 $60,000

KOMATSU WA380-3

1998 EMD4

7250

2003 KOMATSU WA380-5, Stk# EMD41, 5624 hours, ROPS Cab with A/C, GP Bucket ..........................................................$75,000

SOLD

2001 KOMATSU D65-12, Stk# EMD125, 3242 hours, Cab with A/C, SU Blade and Ripper ..................................................$70,000

2005 KOMATSU PC400LC-7, Stk# EMD16, 3255 hours, Cab w/AC ........................................................................................$185,000

Price $75,000

$60,000 1998 KOMATSU WA380-3, Stk# EMD4, 7250 hours, ROPS, Cab w/ A/C, GP BUCKET w/ BO Teeth........................................$60,000 Corporate Headquarters

Komatsu Remarketing Certified Used Equipment

Arizona

Contact

Gary Beal Used Equipment Manager 866-400-5250 gbeal@roadmachinery.com

www.roadmachinery.com/equipment

$175,000

KOMATSU WA500-3LK 2005 EMD124 7131 $150,000

Used Equipment Inquiries

Komatsu Distributor

Price

Contact

Wendy Schwertley Sales Administrator 602-256-5189 wschwertley@ roadmachinery.com

For all other inquiries contact your local branch

Gilbert 480-545-2400 Phoenix 602-252-7121 Prescot 928-778-5621 Tucson 520-623-8681

New Mexico Albuquerque 505-345-8383 Farmington 505-324-8601

4710A East Elwood, Suite 6 & 7 • Phoenix, AZ 85040 Phone: 602-252-7121 • Fax: 602-253-9690 www.roadmachinery.com

California

Northern California Sacramento 916-375-3540 Redding 530-229-3822

Southern California Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties 909-355-3600 Bakersfield 661-695-4830 Perris 909-355-3600

Texas

El Paso 915-872-1001

Mexico

Cananea, Sonora 011-52-6453328300


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