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December 29, 2012 • Vol. VIII • No. 26 • 470 Maryland Drive • Ft. Washington, PA 19034 • 215/885-2900 • Toll Free 800-523-2200 • Fax 215/885-2910

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Roads, Bridges...

Interstate 15 passes through extremely rugged terrain, making it difficult to widen the highway or change its footprint.

ARTBA Sees Modest Rise in 2013 Work

C&S Waste Achieves Rare Recycling Feat…17

By Pete Sigmund CEG EDITORIAL CONSULTANT

Lyon Sees Successful Auction Results…20

Dorinda Anderson Though many Arizonans don’t travel the 29mi. stretch of Interstate 15 in northwestern Arizona, they see high traffic volume due to its use by commercial trucks. To ensure this section of Interstate 15 continues to provide a safe route for the approximate 24,000 vehicles that travel it daily, linking cities such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Salt Lake City, it is being reconstructed in segments, as funding will

Table of Contents ................4 California Section..........17-19 Underground Utility, Trenchers & Boxes Section............21-23 Business Calendar..............30 Paving Section ..............33-39 Auction Section ............45-53 Advertisers Index ..............54

the Keystone XL pipeline on property owned by Michael Bishop in Douglass, Texas. But TransCanada requested a separate court date to lift the temporary restraining order, and Sinz scheduled a hearing for Dec. 13, where he lifted the restrictions. TransCanada had been clearing areas of Bishop’s land to begin construction. Spokesman Shawn Howard said work is unlikely to begin before the hearing, which see PIPELINE page 16

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Ariz. Interstate 15 Gets Upgrade CEG CORRESPONDENT

Ritchie Hosts Auction…52

(A growing, vibrant highway and bridge program is one of the keys to economic recovery. The American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) addressed important topics and questions pertaining to the infrastructure construction market in a recent “Webinar” forecast for Wall Street analysts and construction industry executives. Following are highlights of this presentation by David Bauer, ARTBA’s senior vice president, government affairs, and Dr. Alison Premo Black, ARTBA’s chief economist.) A recent “Webinar” by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) in Washington, D.C., addressed a “status quo” stalemate in highway and bridge funding and highlighted the urgent need for shoring up Highway Trust Fund (HTF) revenues to stimulate activity, and spotlighted a broad range of infrastructure activity and needs. The ARTBA officials pointed out that MAP-21 (Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century), the 27-month, $101.3billion transportation bill that President Obama signed into law on July 6, 2012, is a two-year reauthorization of federal surface transportation programs. In this environment, they predicted only a modest three percent growth in the U.S. transportation construction infrastructure market in 2013. “MAP-21 is basically a status quo investment measure, which maintains federal highway investment at about $40 billion a year in 2014 and 2015, and transit programs at $10.6 billion in 2014 and $10.7 billion in 2015,” Bauer said. “There’s no major increase in investment in either

allow. Work began in July by prime contractor FNF Construction, of Tempe, Ariz., with the removal of a layer of the existing pavement. Interstate 15 passes through extremely rugged terrain, making it difficult to widen the highway or change its footprint. However, a feasibility study is underway to evaluate possible shoulder improvements, rock fall containment enhancements and adding new climbing lanes on the entire I-15 corridor in Arizona, said Dustin see UPGRADE page 48

Texas Judge Lifts Order on Transcanada Pipeline, for Now By Ramit Plushnick-Masti ASSOCIATED PRESS

HOUSTON (AP) TransCanada can resume oil pipeline work on a private Texas property for now, a judge said Dec. 13, at least until a hearing meant to determine whether the product the company wants to transport is in fact crude oil. Judge Jack Sinz initially issued an order in Nacogdoches County Court halting work on

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2007 Cat D6T LGP, Stk# 7990, EROPS, A/C, St/Tilt Blade, 80% U/C, 8000 Hrs, 36” Pads, 10’7” From Track to Track, 13’4” Blade, 11’ Height..................................................$159,500

2007 Komatsu PC200LC-8, Stk# 8133, EROPS, A/C, 5462 Hrs, 47” Bkt, 32” Pads, 10’6” Wide .. ..............................................................$86,500

2006 Ingersoll Rand SD70D, Stk# 8273, 66" 2005 Cat D6R II LGP, Stk# 8047, EROPS, A/C, Smooth Drum w/Pad Drum Shell Kit, 1,750 hrs., 14.9x24 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng ............ Sweeps, Rear Screen, St./Tilt Blade, 7415 Hrs, ...............................................................$38,500 95% U/C, w/Winch, 13’ Blade ............$129,500

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2009 Cat D8T, Stk# 8233, EROPS, A/C, Rear Screen, St/Tilt Blade, 2,834 hrs., 28" Pads, 75% U/C, Allied W12E Winch, 11' 4" Ht., 9' 7" Track to Track, 11'6" w/Frame, 16'4" Blade ......$425,000

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2009 Cat D5K LGP, Stk# 8262, EROPS, A/C, 2003 Cat D6N LGP, Stk# 8228, EROPS, A/C, 6 Way Blade, 13,796 hrs., 34" Pads, 10' 5" Height, Sweeps, 6 Way Blade, 2,822 hrs., 26" Pads, 10' 13' 2" Wide................................................$69,500 6" Blade ................................................$89,500

2008 Cat 301.8, Stk# 8204, OROPS, 1,188 hrs., 16" Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 9" Rubber Tracks, 53" Blade, 3 Cyl. Mitsubishi Eng ................$17,500

2003 Takeuchi TB53FR, Stk# 8143, EROPS, 5657 Hrs, 23” Bkt, Aux. Hyd, 16” Rubber Tracks, 78” Blade, 4 Cyl. YanMar Eng ..............$24,500

1999 Franklin C5000, Stk# 7982, EROPS, A/C, 2,250 hrs., 28Lx26 Tires...........................$36,500

2008 Cat 226B Series II, Stk# 8279, OROPS, 1,191 hrs., 67" Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 13" Rubber Tracks, 4 Cyl. Cat Eng. ..........................$21,500

2002 Cat 416D, Stk# 8311, OROPS, 4,702 hrs., 4WD, 60% Tires, 23" Bucket w/Manual Thumb, 2 2008 Cat 320DLRR, Stk# 8342, EROPS, A/C, FM Stick Controls, 12.5/80-18 Front Tires, 19.5Lx24 Stereo, 3146 Hrs, 52” Bkt, 32” Pads, 10’5” Wide Rear Tires..................................................$29,500 ............................................................$109,500

2005 Komatsu FG25T-11, Stk# 8234, 5,000 lbs., 7 ft., 1,366 hrs., 2WD, 48" Forks, 42" Frame, 600x9 Rear Tires, 7.00x12 Front Tires, 4 Cyl. Nissan Propane Gas Eng ........................$8,500

2000 Cat 301.5, Stk# 7918, OROPS, 2778 Hrs, 16” Bkt, Aux. Hyd., 9” Rubber Tracks, 39” Blade, 3 Cyl. Cat Eng.........................................$13,500

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2006 John Deere 650J LT, Stk# 8181, EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, 6-Way Blade, 2077 Hrs, 75% U/C, 18” Pads, 8’9” Wide ..............................$67,500

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2001 Sky Trak 10054, Stk# 8302, 10,000 lbs., 2008 Cat 330DL, Stk# 8323, EROPS, A/C, 4,635 1999 Cat 140HVP, Stk# 8285, EROPS, A/C, 2008 Cat 320DLRR, Stk# 8342, EROPS, A/C, FM 54 ft., 4WD, 4WS, 4,031 hrs, 48" Forks, 72" Frame, Aux. Hyd., Hyd. Self Leveling System, hrs., 52" Bucket, 34" Pads, 11' 4" Wide .............. 15,354 Hrs, 14’ M/B, 14.00Rx24 Tires, 10’3” Stereo, 3,146 hrs., 52" Bucket, 32" Pads, 10' 5" ............................................................$155,500 Height, 8’ Wide..........................................$99,500 Wide ....................................................$109,500 17.5x25L2 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng..$33,500

2007 Cat 247B, Stk# 8171, OROPS, 2115 Hrs, 70” Bkt, 15” Rubber Tracks, 4 Cyl. Perkins Eng, Aux Hyd ................................................$26,500

2008 Cat IT38G, Stk# 8283, EROPS, A/C, Stereo, 9,511 hrs., 8' 9" Bkt, 87x34.00x25 Logger Tires, 11'6" Ht, 10 ft. Wide........$69,500

2006 Skytrak 10054, Stk# 8258, 10,000 lbs., 54 2009 Cat 336DL, Stk# 8341, EROPS, A/C, FM 2006 John Deere 650J LGP, Stk# 8137, EROPS, ft., 2,752 hrs., 4WD, 4WS, 48" Forks, 52" Frame, Stereo, 3331 Hrs, 57” Bkt, 34” Pads, 11’4” Wide A/C, FM Stereo, Forestry Package, 6-Way Blade, Aux. Hyd., Hyd. Self Leveling System, 4 Cyl. ............................................................$179,000 4725 Hrs, 10’9” Blade ..........................$69,500 Cummins Eng............................................$59,500

2001 Broce BB250B, Stk# 8290, OROPS, 1,067 hrs., 3 Wheel, 8 ft. Broom, 4 Cyl. Kubota Eng., St205/75Rx14 Tires ................................$9,500

2007 Ingersoll-Rand SD45, Stk# 8313, 54" Smooth Drum w/Pad Drum Shell Kit, 652 hrs., 12.4x24 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng......$29,500

2007 Genie GTH1056, Stk# 8348, 10,000 lbs., 56 ft., 4WD, 4WS, 4,058 hrs., 48" Forks, 62" Tilt Frame, 14x24 Foam Filled Tires, Hyd. Self Leveling Sys, Front Stabilizers, 4 Cyl. JD Eng ......$38,500

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Officials Call MAP-21 ‘Status Quo Investment Measure’ FUNDING from page 1

program, but also not a significant drop off. “MAP-21 took three years, and 10 temporary extensions, to pass. The main reason for the delay was the fiscal cliff facing the Highway Trust Fund, which urgently needs new revenue to replace that which has expired. MAP-21 preserved previous levels of HTF investment through temporary extensions and an infusion of $21-billion from other sources in the general fund. The situation is somewhat stabilized but will be back into the same dynamic of multiple extensions when MAP-21 expires in two years. MAP-21 also cut federal highway investment from $41.1 billion in 2011 to $39.1 billion in 2012.” Highway Trust Fund at Critical Stage

The report noted a general downward trend in federal highway and bridge contracts since the 2009 American Recovery Act (ARA) stimulus. Bauer declared that Congress and the President must bolster HTF investment as soon as possible. “The Highway Trust Fund has a short-term life in preserving MAP-21 levels of investment,” he said. “Congress will again be in a very difficult position in terms of increasing revenues or cutting deficits. If nothing is done to increase HTF revenue, highway investment will drop 57 percent — from $40.4 billion in 2014 to $17.3 billion in 2015. The insolvency crisis looming in 2014 and 2015 threatens thousands of jobs in the construction industry. “Most of the same people will control the House and Senate in 2014, when we could be facing the same short-

State of the Nation’s Highway Funding (In the following interview, Beth McGinn, director of public affairs of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA), answers questions about the status of the nation’s highway and bridge construction program.) CEG: Highway and bridge construction is one of the keys to sustaining our economic recovery. Are we moving ahead? McGinn: ARTBA President Pete Ruane and 2012 ARTBA Chair Paul Yarossi were present when President Obama signed the new surface transportation bill, MAP-21, into law this past July. Immediately after leaving the White House, Yarossi announced the formation of an ARTBA task force that will spearhead the association’s efforts to secure additional federal investment for MAP-21, work with federal, state and local agencies on the implementation of the new law, and look ahead toward the next reauthorization process. When you consider what MAP-21 was up against, that it took almost three years to get done, and that it will expire in two years, you can see how important it is to start preparing now.

that’s just to maintain the existing network. CEG: What’s the outlook on how many years would be funded by the next bill? McGinn: If I could predict what Congress will do, I’d be a very wealthy woman. I can tell you that infrastructure projects like those our members help build take years to complete. So, multi-year spending authorization is needed to give states the certainty they need to move forward on projects. The last highway bill, SAFETEA LU, basically funded six years of work. After it expired in 2009, it was extended 10 times until the present transportation bill was passed and signed into law. The time that the next bill will cover depends on Congress coming up with a long term revenue stream. CEG: Could efforts to avoid automatic cuts under the “fiscal cliff” crisis result in cutting funds for highway work? McGinn: The “fiscal cliff” is a combination of roughly 8 percent across-the-board spending cuts (sequestration) and tax increases due to the expiration of tax cuts mostly enacted in 2001 and 2003. The HTF is largely exempt.

CEG: Would the task force recommend steps that Congress should take? McGinn: MAP-21 provided needed market funding and stability over the short term, but the long-term revenue challenges facing the Highway Trust Fund remain. We must get Congress to step up and fund the federal transportation capital investment program properly with a sustainable and robust dedicated revenue stream.

CEG: Does ARTBA still favor raising the federal fuel tax to increase funding of the Highway Trust Fund? McGinn: Let’s not get hung up on one method. We are focusing on all user-based means to strengthen the Highway Trust Fund, as well as ensuring that Congress and the President fully understand the dire consequences of inaction.

CEG: In ARTBA’s estimation, how much should we be spending on our highways and how would this funding affect our economy? McGinn: According to the U.S. DOT there is currently a $20 billion annual shortfall at the federal level just to maintain status quo road conditions. So that’s not even to improve our transportation network for the millions of new drivers and commuters expected to come onto the system over the next several years —

CEG: Is there any evidence that MAP-21 is creating more jobs? McGinn: The measure basically continues current funding levels for the highway program. Our economists say MAP-21 is providing some measure of stability to the transportation construction industry, but no new money means no new growth. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

term solutions as in 2009. A wholesale rewrite of MAP-21 is pretty unlikely. Some things in MAP-21 will take four to six years to accomplish. Past guarantees of investment levels have been stripped away, so there will be annual discussions on whether to adhere to levels agreed upon.” Bauer pointed out that in the past 30 years, all HTF enhancements have been part of a broad tax/budget legislation deal, rather than coming from a transportation bill, and that solutions that alleviate or eliminate the HTF burden on the general fund will contribute to deficit reduction. Majorities in Congress Support Funding Bauer said MAP-21 made a number of policy reforms that Congress has sought for at least 10 years, including streamlining the environmental review process, eliminating earmarks, and providing greater accountability and transparency. “Cleaning up such concerns may make it easier to generate future revenues for more growth,” he added. “Despite the incredibly hostile political environment in the 2012 election year, MAP-21 received unparalleled levels of bipartisan support compared to other legislation, reinforcing transportation investment. It passed the House with 373 votes, almost half from Republicans. Almost half the Republicans and all the Democrats in the Senate voted for it. This showed that some of the people who wanted to highjack the process through massive investment cuts couldn’t do it.” Fiscal Cliff Bauer said the “fiscal cliff,” the prospect of automatic spending cuts and tax increases if the deficit was not reduced, “has provided the opportunity to discuss HTF expansions, and try to do something proactive in this area.” He said that “there will probably be no answer [to the HTF crisis] by the end of 2012” adding: “HTF advances on the fiscal cliff will take until 2013 if not beyond. Most surface transportation programs would be exempt from the forced cuts under the sequestration program, which was to begin in January 2013. The eight percent fee on other programs would not apply to core highway programs, which are Trust Fund-supported.” Dr. Black, ARTBA’s chief economist, commented as follows on the “cliff,” which she said had been “a major wild card in the forecast:” “Although the fiscal cliff would not directly impact federal highway investment to the states, it could affect state and local finances, and thereby cause governments to pull back or delay projects. Such action in turn would have negative consequences on the highway construction market.” She said individual businesses also could delay capital and hiring decisions amid the uncertainty. Modest Growth in Infrastructure Work Black said the U.S. transportation construction infrastructure market is expected to show “modest growth” in 2013, increasing three percent from $126.5 billion to $130.3 billion. This growth would be in highway and bridge pavement, airport and terminal runways, railroads, and ports and waterways. She predicted that the bridge market, which has shown substantial growth over the past 10 years, will remain flat in 2013. Bridge and tunnel construction reached a record $28.5 billion in 2012 but will cool off in 2013, likely remaining flat at about $28.2 billion, she said, but rebounding smartly in 2014. The ARTBA forecast shows projects in eight states continuing to account for about half of U.S. market activity see FUNDING page 16

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in this sector. The states are California, Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington. Bridge work accounts for about 14 percent of state DOT outlays and the market is expected to remain healthy, with continued growth, over the next five years. Major projects include work on the Tappan Zee Bridge in New York, the Ohio River Bridge, the “floating SR29 bridge” in Washington State, the Detroit River Bridge, three major projects on the George Washington Bridge, and $500 million in Brooklyn Bridge projects. Black said about 60 percent of federal obligations goes toward bridge work. Black added that the pavements market will be sluggish in 2013, growing 2.8 percent to $58.4 billion. This includes $47.7 billion in public and private investment in highways, roads and streets and $10.7 billion in largely private investments in parking lots, driveways and related structures. Pavement work is predicted to be down in 25 states and to grow above five percent in 19 states. Two developments relating to MAP-21 could lead to additional market activity in the short term and strengthen the market in 2013 and 2014, Black said. One, the law’s restructuring of the federal highway program offers state transportation departments more flexibility in their use of federal funds, which could lead to slightly increased investment in highway, bridge and pavement work. Two, MAP-21’s expanded federal Transportation Infrastructure Finance & Innovation Act (TIFIA) loan program should also increase construction activity in some states. She also noted the boost from major reconstruction work along the East Coast in states hit by Hurricane Sandy. Driving the Market Black pointed out that the major drivers of the transportation construction market are the federal aid program and state and local financing. “Looking at capital outlays, reimbursements to state governments drive about 44 percent of the market,” she said, adding: “When you consider that part of that money goes to match the federal program, federal investment accounts for about half of the transportation construction market. State and local revenues are largely driven by their own motor fuel and general revenues. The more revenues are coming in, the more they can put into transportation construction. “Federal obligation levels for specific projects show what they can pass on to state and local projects. MAP-21 didn’t provide new money. Project costs are designed to be in line with inflation, but often remain above it, so in essence we’re

looking at a status quo federal aid investment, which is not a major driver of growth. “MAP-21 does make some positive changes that eliminate some of the former bottlenecks. In the past, federal aid money was not subject to annual obligation limits, and so some states carried over unobligated balances. Now the money has to be obligated in the federal fiscal year so that money can get into the funding stream sooner.” State, Local Projects Black said some recovery of lost revenues is taking place on the state and local level. She said this is a positive sign for construction. “A quarter of those revenues come from the federal aid program and this funding must go to capital expenditures like highway construction, rather than for operations or administrative costs,” she added. “User fees account for about 41 percent of revenues, but these are impacted by the overall economy, including whether less people are driving. Some states also have other fees. Bonds account for about 14 percent of revenues. “Over the long run, overall tax revenues are one of the best indicators of what will be spent on highways and bridges. We expect these revenues to be back where they were in 2008, which is very positive. However, there is usually a lag between when these funds come in and when additional capital expenditures take place in transportation. States still have to spend more in other areas, including 2.5 million more students in public colleges and universities and 4.8 million more people eligible for health insurance coverage. There’s still a $55-billion gap between this revenue and expenditures.” The outlook for public/private partnerships, meanwhile, has been improving, Black said, “and they are a very important market tool for many states.” Other Forecast Areas Bond issues from state and local governments have been a significant investment. A big $3.2 billion uptick occurred in state and local bond issues in September 2012, but this is nowhere near the level of bond issues several years ago. Though state and local spending is starting to improve, ARTBA does not expect significant investment, which would really drive overall growth in highway and bridge construction, or any large jump in spending in 2013. Material prices aren’t expected to be a big issue in 2013 and 2014, but will be an issue in the longer run, with an

uptick expected as demand increases in general construction. The world economy also is a factor in making supply more difficult in a few years. The materials market is pretty much back where it was before the market crashed in 2008. Inflation is expected to remain in the two percent to three percent range, with prices for highway and bridge materials increasing about three percent. U.S. ports and waterway construction are expected to skyrocket nearly 25 percent, to $2.65 billion in 2013. This growth will be driven by expanded sea trade expected with

“Over the long run, overall tax revenues are one of the best indicators of what will be spent on highways and bridges. We expect these revenues to be back where they were in 2008, which is very positive.” Dr. Alison Premo Black ARTBA

completion of the Panama Canal expansion in 2015. Construction of airport runways and terminals is expected to grow in 28 states, with overall growth of 4.5 percent, to $12.5 billion in 2013. Funding is expected to increase over the next five years as passengers increase, larger aircraft arrive, and privatization proceeds. Fourteen airports in eight metropolitan areas need upgrading. Five airports now accommodate the larger aircraft now arriving on the scene, and 12 more airports are expected to handle them in 2013 after upgrade construction. Construction of light rail and subways is expected to decrease eight percent largely due to the 33-month delay in passing MAP-21. In surveys, 57 percent of contractors expect sluggish growth. ARTBA said that, because contractors are working below capacity level, they have the ability to handle new projects in an expanded public works program vitally boosting the economy.” CEG

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would also address TransCanada’s counterclaim that Bishop has breached his contract to build its pipeline on his property. Bishop, meanwhile, vowed to fight on, one of many Texas landowners battling TransCanada’s plan to build a pipeline to transport Canadian tar sands oil to Gulf Coast refineries. “TransCanada executives may be smirking over Judge Sinz’s ruling, but they’ve got another thing coming if they think I’ll just roll over for its dirty pipeline,” Bishop said

in a statement. “I didn’t pick this fight, but I refuse to sit idly by while a multinational corporation tramples my rights and that of other landowners all along Keystone XL’s path in the name of deepening its profits.” The company’s project has encountered numerous obstacles nationwide, including President Barack Obama’s rejection of the presidential permit they require for the pipeline to cross the U.S.-Canadian border. Obama suggested that while TransCanada reroutes Keystone to avoid an environmentally sensitive area of Nebraska, it begin con-

structing a shorter portion from Cushing, Okla., to Texas. That work has begun. Bishop said he recently settled his legal battle with TransCanada over the condemnation of his land because he could no longer afford the legal fees. However, after settling that, he filed a new lawsuit against TransCanada arguing the company lied to Texans when it said crude would be transported through the pipeline. Bishop, who is representing himself, argues that tar sands — or diluted bitumen — are not crude oil because the product

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C&S Waste has found the material handler is more efficient and versatile than a wheel loader at sorting through the material, especially with regards to pieces like high dimensional lumber.

end-dump trailers delivering their loads. Overhead doors and support beams also were targets for damage by trucks, trailers and loading equipment. Additionally, the excavated tunnels or elevated floors designed to allow wheel loaders to push material into a container were expensive to build, and “they were a safety concern as well,” said McCracken. “In my 30 years in the business, I’ve seen wheel loaders drop into the trailer because they got too close to the edge.” A Smarter Transfer In 2011, C&S owners Dave Carroll and John Shea and partners Damon Shea and McCracken took the opportunity to address the shortcomings of traditional transfer station philosophy when designing a new transfer building at the Lake County facility. see SOLUTIONS page 18

By switching to the MHL320 D, C&S Waste has reduced the time it takes to load a trailer by a third, while diverting more material from the landfill.

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MSW to wood and scrap metal,” he said. “We love the versatility the machine offers by giving us the ability to handle several different material types,” Carroll added. Because the Terex Fuchs handler is working with a variety of material, Ketchum recommended the 0.5 cu. yd. (0.40 cu m) four-tine Rotobec grapple attachment. “This style of grapple is a bit more forgiving than a fivetine, so it allows the operator to handle a broader range of material and assists with quickly loading the trailers,” he said. Steve Brezinski, Terex Construction heavy equipment product manager for material handlers added, “The MHL320 D also comes standard with an 11 kW generator to run a magnet for sorting and clean-up, should C&S need this type of attachment in the future.” Offering an elevated cab design with a maximum eyelevel of 17.0 ft. (5.2 m), the handler improves trailer loading efficiency in addition to sorting efficiency. “The elevated cab allows the operator to peer over the sides of the trailer, so he can properly load the material. The cab also offers a birds-eye view of everything, so the operator can easily see the workers on the ground,” said McCracken. C&S reports that by using the material handler, workers have reduced the time it takes to load a trailer by one-third. More importantly, it is helping to improve the process for diverting more material from going to the landfill. McCracken estimates that an additional 25 to 35 percent of recyclable material is pulled from the waste stream at the transfer station. This is on top of the recyclable material from the blue and green cart programs that are already being diverted. This experiment with the Terex Fuchs MHL320 D material handler has proven that by rethinking the traditional transfer station concept, a company can save money, improve efficiency and reduce the amount of material that is landfilled. “Material handlers at transfer stations are the wave of the future,” said McCracken. “The handler will ultimately replace the In the business of diverting material from the landfill, C&S Waste Solutions uses a Terex Fuchs MHL320 D to increase sorting and trailer loading efficiency at its larger loaders at our other transfer stations,” transfer station Carroll added.

They considered new approaches to construction as well as new types of equipment to help sort, move and load waste and recyclable material. A major change for the new 20,000 sq. ft. (1,858 sq. m) building is that the entire concrete floor surface is level. There are no elevated portions or excavated tunnels for loading trucks with a wheel loader. “In addition to addressing a safety concern for us, this saved the company several hundreds of thousands of dollars on building construction,” said Carroll. The savings and unique construction approach were made possible, in part, because C&S bucked tradition and decided to use a Terex Fuchs material handler for loading trucks and assisting with material sorting. This move also eliminated the need for push-wall construction and maintenance required with the use of wheel loaders. “Anything we can do to be more innovative and forwardthinking helps our customer by stabilizing rates,” added McCracken. C&S also incorporated an “open” design to the structure by eliminating the doors and some of the enclosures. Nearly the building’s entire 170 ft. (51.8 m) front span and 150 ft. (45.7 m) of one side feature a clear span design with no obstructions. Interior beam height is 33 ft. 8 in. (10.3 m) and the ceiling is 36 ft. (11 m) high, which allows plenty of room for both end-dump truck offloading and material handler operation. Different lane designation signs allow for the floor area to be segmented into loads of yard/wood waste, MSW and recycle material. “The new transfer station in Lake County is built for efficiency, to quickly sort and load material into trailer for further processing or landfilling,” said Jason Ketchum, account manager of Road Machinery, a Terex Fuchs material handler distributor in California. Wave of the Future According to McCracken, the company’s decision to switch from a wheel loader to the Terex Fuchs material handler as the primary loading equipment at the transfer station is paying off. “The handler is more efficient than

the loader,” he said. Ketchum and Road Machinery assisted C&S with selection of the right size material handler for the operation. “Due to the 33 foot, 8 inch height restriction, we recommended the Terex Fuchs MHL320 D with a 31.4 foot reach for working inside the building without damaging the ceiling.” The MHL320 D is powered by a 114 hp (85 kW) diesel engine and delivers the torque required for up to 8 RPM swing speed to increase loading productivity. Its four-point hydraulically operated stabilizers and wide underbody help to offer impressive lifting capacities. Solid rubber tires and rigid front axle with 30-degree steering angle allow the operator to easily navigate around the yard. C&S uses the Terex Fuchs handler to help improve the workers’ sorting efficiency on the floor. “If a load comes in with heavy items such as high dimensional lumber,” said McCracken “the handler will pull it out of the pile, making sorting a little easier for the workers. We use the handler to pick up everything, from concrete and

High-Speed Rail Must Hustle to Keep Its Federal Funding LOS ANGELES (AP) California will need to build its high-speed train line in record time if it doesn’t want to risk losing federal funds — indeed, it will have to be the fastest piece of transportation construction in U.S. history, experts said. Under a federal deadline, the California High-Speed Rail Authority has until September 2017 to finish the first segment of the line in the Central Valley. In that time, the project will need to acquire some 120 permits, 1,100 parcels of land and a huge workforce. At a projected cost of $6 billion,

California would be spending $2.7 million a day to finish on time, according to an estimate by John Popoff of Parsons Brinckerhoff, a consulting firm working with the rail authority. The figure could reach $3.5 million a day when the cost of buying land is added to construction, management and environmental costs, construction experts told the Los Angeles Times. By comparison, the spending rate for the $6.5 billion Bay Bridge replacement project in Oakland is tagged at about $1.8 million per day.

Construction of the Alameda Corridor freight rail line in Los Angeles, completed in 2002, also ran about $1.8 million per day. “It is a very aggressive plan,” said Manuel Garcia, associate director at the Construction Industry Institute affiliated with the University of Texas at Austin. “It does appear that it will be a challenge.” Delays caused by legal, political or technical problems could leave the first segment uncompleted by the deadline, which potentially could halt the flow of federal money. The project is nine months behind schedule in securing approval from the Federal

Railroad Administration, a consultant for the rail authority said in a status report. Land acquisition also is facing problems, Mark Ashley said. “It is dicey right now whether that is going to hold up our construction or impact our schedule,” he said. Contractors must submit bids by September to build the first section, from Madera to Fresno. The rail authority contract terms call for builders to face $1 million per day in penalties for failing to meet final deadlines after March 1, 2017.

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Alex Lyon & Son Holds December Sale in Fort Worth

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Dale Spivey, Reata Trading in Comanche, Texas, just gave this JCB 926 rough-terrain lift truck a good examination.

Gerald Jordan (L) and Harold Barney of Hurst Electric, Hurst, Texas, will probably bid on this Cat 972 H loader. Cody Crabtree of Waddell Excavating in Fort Worth, Texas, is getting ready to check out this Cat CP56 padfoot roller.

Carlos Toledo of M.I.S. Equipment in McAllen, Texas, is thinking he will bid on this Komatsu WA 250 loader.

Bobby Miles, Texas Skid Steer in Springtown, Texas, likes the looks of this Bobcat S150.

Bill Medlin, Medlin Electric in Quitman, Texas, is thinking he just might take this Cat 579 loader/backhoe home when he leaves.

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ICON Celebrates 30 Years of Success Underground

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Brian W. Crandall believes that underground construction is the most dangerous work a contractor undertakes. So in 1982, he started a company to help make the process safer, faster and more cost-efficient. Crandall’s vision for ICON in 1982 was to revolutionize trench shoring and guided auger boring by achieving new benchmarks of quality and safety that exceeded the industry standards of the time. Thirty years and tens of thousands of jobs later, it’s safe to say Crandall’s company is successfully meeting that vision. In 1982, Crandall discovered a German “slide rail” shoring system that slashed job times and total costs by up to 40 percent over conventional sheeting for water and sewer lines. Crandall incorporated ICON Equipment Distributors to provide shoring services to the contracting industry. “Over the years, ICON has built a solid team that works with customers to find the safest, most cost-effective underground solution for their projects,” Crandall said. From the start, ICON was an innovator. The company was the first shoring distributor to receive engineering approval for the slide rail system for New York City, the NY/NJ Port Authority and dozens of transportation departments around the nation. ICON quickly made a name for itself as a firm that provided safe shoring solutions on large and small construction projects. Even some of the toughest excavations were completed with ease due to the modularity of slide rail systems. “No other company in the industry has diversity of excavation shoring solutions that ICON can offer,” Crandall said. “We can offer a solution, engineer it, manufacture it, supply it and train our customers to use it safely. This helps them complete their projects on time and on budget.” In the early days, Crandall and his wife Christine worked long hours building the company. With a fast-growing firm like ICON, whoever was available was thrown into the fray to make sure the job got done.

Crandall gives his wife full credit for her role in the company’s early success. Christine worked as the company’s first human resources person, helping with payroll, insurance and benefits, as well as overall office management. Though a successful, established company now, ICON is still a family affair. Crandall’s son David is vice president and his son Jason serves as the director of human resources and corporate safety. Here are some highlights of ICON’s remarkable growth from its humble beginnings: • 1984 — ICON offers microtunneling equipment from Germany’s Krings Company and completes 12 microtunnels in the eastern United States. The company breaks the record by laying 500 ft. (152 m) of 48-in. (122 m) pipe under the Saugus River in Massachusetts. • 1986 — The City of New York hires ICON to use a “super” slide rail system to install 7,000 ft. (2,133 m) of culvert 26 ft. (7.9 m) below the surface. This was the first time NYC had approved pre-cast box culverts — and ICON gets the job done ahead of schedule with dramatic savings in labor and equipment costs. • 1988 — ICON’s first international project. In Cairo, Egypt, the company designs and supplies a 90,000-ft. (27,432 m) long linear sewer line 32 ft. (9.7 m) deep. The line is completed on budget and well ahead of schedule. • 1990s — ICON opens branch offices in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. Completes more projects in Egypt, as well as Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Chicago, Atlanta, Orlando, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco and many other cities. • 1996 — In need of more space, ICON builds a new 15acre complex in East Brunswick to design and manufacture a 100 percent American-made slide rail system. The company’s groundbreaking design improvements are an instant success, adding strength, durability and ease of use to the system.

• 2002 — ICON buys the Duralite line from Washington Aluminum Co., giving the company more shoring solutions, including lightweight aluminum boxes. • 2004 — ICON becomes the national dealer/distributor for Bortec, Gmbh, the world’s top manufacturer of pilot-tube technology in guided auger boring systems. This technology helps crews install sewers directly on line and grade. Jason Crandall said the company’s success all comes back to the great team of people who work at ICON. “We get a lot of business from referrals and I attribute this to the overall quality of our employees and the team we have in place,” he said. He gives credit to long-time associates Muriel Taylor, Dana Smith and Atif Dukes — as well as Operations Manager Robert Langenbach, Sales Support Manager Jayesh Patel, National Shoring Manager David H. Mellon and Controller Stephen Antenucci. Today, ICON serves more than 1,600 customers across the United States and has completed more than 8,500 slide rail projects to date. In addition to slide rail systems, ICON’s other projects have involved steel and aluminum trench boxes, wire slings and lifting devices, hydraulic shoring and road plates. David Crandall said that the newest venture for the company is a major hub in Columbus, Ohio, for serving midwest customers in slide rail shoring, trench shoring and trenchless products. This branch will be unique because it will conduct repairs and light manufacturing onsite, unlike other ICON locations, he said. David said the company is not resting on its laurels. “ICON is growing in this economy because we can read the market and have been able to change very quickly to keep ahead of the competition and gain more work as a result,” he said. For more information, call 800/836-5011 or visit www.iconjds.com/ www.icontunnelsystems.com.

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Trenching—The Way It Should Be. You may have noticed something different about our most recent trencher models. Our new walk-behinds— the compact RT10, RT12 and RT24—offer a choice of high-flotation tires or heavy-duty oscillating tracks, both of which provide outstanding stability and traction. And the mighty RT115 Quad’s innovative chevron track pattern provides maximum traction in wet conditions and on slopes. With every Ditch Witch® trencher you can count on the hardest-working, longest-lasting machine in its class—that will never change. See your dealer for more information, or visit ditchwitch.com.

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Trenching—The Way It Should Be. You may have noticed something different about our most recent trencher models. Our new walk-behinds— the compact RT10, RT12 and RT24—offer a choice of high-flotation tires or heavy-duty oscillating tracks, both of which provide outstanding stability and traction. And the mighty RT115 Quad’s innovative chevron track pattern provides maximum traction in wet conditions and on slopes. With every Ditch Witch® trencher you can count on the hardest-working, longest-lasting machine in its class—that will never change. See your dealer for more information, or visit ditchwitch.com.

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January 9th thru 11th, 2013 – NORTHERN GREEN EXPO. This event features a trade show, educational sessions, and networking events. ***Please contact MNLA at mnla@mnla.biz or call toll free: 888-886-6652 for more information.

Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow – February 6, 2013. The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM), Bloomfield Hills, is pleased to announce that the Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow will be returning to MotorCity Casino Hotel in Detroit. This one-day tradeshow will be held on February 6, 2013, and will be attended by construction owners, contractors, suppliers, architects and engineers. Show hours are 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow will also play host to the CAM 127th Annual Meeting, CAM Magazine Special Issue Awards, Green Building Awards, and Construction Project of the Year Award, which will be held inside the Sound Board. CAMTEC, the training and education division of CAM, will offer classes during the tradeshow, as well. Booth space is available for purchase. Contact Ron Riegel or Cathy Jones at CAM for tradeshow rates and information. AED Condex 2013: January 16 – 17, 2013, The LVH (Las Vegas Hotel & Telephone: 248/972-1000 and Fax: 248/972-1001, 43636 Woodward, Casino), Las Vegas, Nevada. Show Location: Paradise Event Center Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302. Reach the decision-makers of North America’s leading construction equipment, dealerships at CONDEX 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. And, now the dealer’s show World of Concrete / Concrete and Masonry Construction Event – World of is a limited space event, so don’t delay! CONDEX 2013 is a powerful venue for Seminars: February 4 – 8, - Exhibits: February 5 – 8, 2013 building and strengthening your business relationships with both current and Concrete Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada USA prospective dealer clients. Each year the industry’s top executives gather at AED 2013 Since 1975, World of Concrete has been the industry’s only annual international Summit & CONDEX Trade Show. The only show in the industry dedicated strictly event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industo equipment distribution. Questions? Contact Sandy Brassel at 630/468-5126. tries. Featuring indoor and outdoor exhibits, leading suppliers showcasing innovative products and technologies, exciting demonstrations and competitions, a th 5 Annual Michigan Utility Coordination Conference (MUCC) is January 16, 2013 world-class education program, and the information you need to help sustain from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, Mount Pleasant, and grow your business. Start the year off strong at World of Concrete! EMAIL: Michigan. Attend the 5th Annual Michigan Utility Coordination Conference (MUCC) contactus@worldofconcrete.com and learn how you can impact the overall utility coordination process. Questions? Feel free to contact Doug Needham at 517/347-8336. ARA The Rental Show is February 10-13 at a new Las Vegas location: The Sands Expo and Convention Center, right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. National Pavement Expo 2013 – January 23 to 26, 2013 at the Nashville Click on www.therentalshow.com for a detailed schedule and more information. Convention Center, Nashville, Tennessee featuring “How to Building Profit into AGC of Annual Convention: Registration is now open for the 2013 AGC Pavement.” Conference Schedule is Wednesday, January 23rd from 9 AM to 4:30 Annual America and Constructor Expo, being held March 6 – 9 in Palm th th PM; Thursday, January 24 from 8 AM to 4 PM; Friday, January 25 from 8 AM Springs.Convention The early bird discount, a $200 savings, is available until January 16. to 4 PM; and Saturday January 26th from 8 AM to 11:30 AM. Exhibit Hours are Room availability at the convention headquarter hotel (JW Marriott Desert Springs) rd th Wednesday, January 23 thru Friday, January 25 . Special Events include limited, so reservations should be made as early as possible. Complete conPreview Night on Wednesday, January 23rd; Industry Roundtables on Thursday is ference details are available at http://convention.agc.org or you may contact th th and Friday, January 24 and January 25 ; Discovery Showcase on Friday, January 25th. Ask the Pros! On the Show Floor on Friday, January 25th from 2:30 Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: PM to 4:30 PM. CONTACT information: TELEPHONE: 800/827-8009. www.agcmn.org. POWER SHOW OHIO (OMEDA), featuring Construction Equipment, Agricultural 2013 MAASTO CONFERENCE: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will Equipment and Outdoor Power Equipment will be held at the Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, OHIO…JANUARY 25, 26 & 27, 2013…Friday, Saturday, Sunday host the Mid-America Association of State Transportation Officials (MAASTO) 2013 Conference – “Sharing Strategies for Success.” The conference will be held JULY from 9 AM to 4 PM. Power Show Ohio is sponsored by the Ohio-Michigan Equipment Dealers Association (OMEDA); PO Box 68, Dublin, OH 43017-0068; 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 Telephone: 614/889-1309 or Email: dalford@amglicusa.com. opportunity to showcase materials, technology, and professional services. The Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) – Successful Business Grow 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 Here! 2013 at the conference website, which will be linked via the MAASTO meetings 2012 EVENTS CALENDAR: January 8, 2013 – 8:00 AM CST – 5:00 PM CST – SUPER TUESDAY: PERME- 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, ABLE PAVER SYSTEMS CERTIFICATE COURSE CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796January 8, 2013 – 8:00 AM CST – 5:00 PM CST – SUPER TUESDAY: LAND2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: www.agcmn.org. SCAPE IRRIGATION TROUBLESHOOTING (PLT RELICENSURE)

The Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association (ONLA) CENTS Show 2013 is January 14 thru 16, 2013 at the Columbus Greater Convention Center. The Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association is a non-profit trade association, incorporated in the state of Ohio, representing the interests of the state’s nursery, garden center, and landscape industry. Membership is comprised of nursery stock growers, landscape contractors, & maintenance firms, garden centers, arborists and allied suppliers. ONLA Headquarters: 72 Dorchester Square, Westerville, OH Main Phone: 614/899-1195. Main Fax: 614/899-9489

AGC OF MINNESOTA: WHO’s UP FOR BOWLING IN JANUARY? AGC’s Construction Leadership Council (CLC) will hold its 6th annual Bowling Tournament on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. Teams are mixed, so you make new friends, you get a “cool” shirt, and a good time will be had by all. We are looking for sponsors – your company name will be on the shirts! Information/registration is attached – contact Jane Sanem, jsanem@agcmn.org or 651-796-2187, for more details.

NOTES: COMMISSIONER APPOINTED. Governor Dayton has chosen Charlie Zelle, current president and CEO of Jefferson Lines, as Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT). Mr. Zelle will begin work at the agency on January 15, 2013.

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AGC of Minnesota STP Classes – Supervisory Leadership Program (STP) classes for January to February will begin the American Subcontractors Association – Midwest Council The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest week of January 7, 2013. Council is a construction trade association made up of quality specialty contractors and suppliers serving the construction AGC St. Louis industry and the community in the greater St. Louis metropoliConstruction Leadership Council MARDI GRAS FLOAT tan area and southern Illinois. The ASA Midwest Council’s purThe AVENGERS of Construction Safety pose is to improve the construction process through active SOULARD MARDI GRAS PARADE participation in education, legislation and cooperation. For February 9, 2013 more information about the ASA Midwest Council, visit Please Dress in Hero Gear & Safety Construction Attire www.asamidwest.com or contact Executive Director Susan $80 per Ride: Price includes beer, beads and a great ride on the CLC Float! Winkelmann at 314/845-0855. First come, First served: Limited availability!!! Registration Deadline: February 1, 2013 Fax: (314) 781-2874 SAVE THE DATE: FLOAT: $80 per Rider Meet the General Contractors” Expo Scheduled for January Sponsorship Package: $500 (sponsorship and four riders) 23, 2013 PROCEEDS go to the Jeff Staley Safety Foundation. Questions ??? Please con- St. Louis, MO – The American Subcontractors Association tact: Jackie McMahon at (301) 659-9090 or Email: Jackie.McMahon@affinity- (ASA) – Midwest Council is set to host its annual “Meet the center.com General Contractors” Expo on January 23, 2013 at the St. Charles Convention Center in St. Charles, MO. The yearly ROAD INSTITUTE 2012 – 2013 Schedule Announced!!! event gives area subcontractors and construction professionals Road Institute R will soon begin its 48th year as the asphalt paving industry’s pre- the opportunity for valuable face-to-face time with some of the mier training school, providing practical instruction for industry professionals. St. Louis region’s top general contractors. Volvo Construction Equipment has announced the 2012 – 2013 schedule for the ASA members and non-members are welcome to attend. Road Institute. The course curriculum offers two- to five-day sessions that begin Reservations are required. The cost to attend is $65 for ASA in October and continue through May 2013, with classes held at two training facil- members and $95 for non-members. The cost includes appeities in North America – one in Chambersburg, PA and the other in Phoenix, AZ. “The Volvo commitment to training includes offering this program as a service to tizers and an open bar. The expo will be open 3:30 to 5:00 the industry and providing others the opportunity to learn best practices in a con- PM for ASA members only, and 5:00 to 7:30 PM for all other trolled environment with a focus of instruction and training dedicated to asphalt attendees. paving,” said Wade Turlington, Director of Product and Sales Education. “The Steve Giacin, president of Kaiser Electric and the ASA – Road Institute is dedicated to providing quality instruction to industry profession- Midwest Council, says the expo is invaluable to industry professionals looking to make new contacts and potentially als, even if they don’t own or operate Volvo equipment.” increase sales for the coming year. 2012 – 2013 Road Institute Course SCHEDULE includes topics such as: Last year’s event drew more than 900 attendees. ASA will . Automatic Grade and Slope Systems also have a booth at the expo with information about member. Large Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 1) ship. Visit www.asamidwest.com for registration information. . Large Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 2) For more information about the event, contact ASA Executive . MT2000 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 1) Director Susan Winkelmann at susan@asamidwest.com or . MT2000 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 2) . MW500 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 1) 314/845-0855.

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CA received a great turnout at its Dec. 6 auction in Perris, Calif. 518 bidders registered live and online, representing 17 states and 9 countries around the world. More than 1,000 separate lots were sold, totaling nearly $3 million worth of heavy equipment, cars, trucks, tools and attachments. WCA is looking forward to some new venues Mark Delay (L) and Mike Delay, both of One Shot Bill Hunt (L) and Dennis Durlink, both of Tropical and more growth in 2013, according to the company. For Connection, are among the many bidders who attended Construction, get ready to bid on iron. more information, visit www.wca-online.com the Dec. 6 sale.

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Jim Gilman has come a long way since he started his own landscaping business in the mid-1950s with only a partner, a small Ford tractor and a dump truck. Today, Gilman Construction Inc. is a $24 million construction business with three asphalt plants and a fleet of earthmoving, rock crushing and paving equipment. Gilman, now 78 years old, still works 80 to 90-hour weeks during the construction season in Butte, Mont. He loves nothing better than to operate construction equipment, including his Volvo PF6170 asphalt paver. Gilman’s son, James Jr. and daughter, LaRae Sough, also work in the business. In the early years, the landscaping business gave way to excavating with large hydraulic backhoes. Then Gilman bought a fleet of cranes to use in building prefabricated homes, among a variety of other jobs. “We had a crane at the missile site here in Montana and we had cranes at the copper concentrator,” said Gilman. Butte was home to what used to be one of the world’s largest copper mines. “In 1969 we rented an asphalt plant,” said Gilman. “It was in a million pieces sitting in a hay field in Three Forks. When I looked at it, I thought this is the dumbest thing I ever did. But a friend of mine, Pete Fisher, worked for us and he said he could put it together. He did, and we ran it for one season. At the end of the season we bought a new asphalt plant. “Today, our asphalt paving, rock crushing and chip sealing work are probably 75 to 80 percent of our business. We run one and a half paving crews — one crew for highway paving and a small crew for streets in town. We still have the cranes and earthmoving equipment, and we can do most of the infrastructure work for a new industrial or commercial building

same amount for the outgosite,” said Gilman. ing flight the next day. Three years ago, Gilman So promptly at 1:30 p.m. Construction won a $2.35 each day, a large fleet of million contract to pave an equipment attacked the overlay and chip seal on runway. Two milling State Highway 41 near machines, the trucks to haul Twin Bridges, Mont. millings, followed by three Gilman began paving with rotary brooms, a truck for a different brand paver and placing tack coat — and the noted that it didn’t produce PF6170 paver, followed by the smooth surface that the four double-drum rollers state demanded in order to — all swung into action, in win smoothness incentive that order. Gilman was payments. “We were lookrequired to maintain backing for a better ride,” said up equipment for every Gilman. piece, including a reserve “Our Volvo dealer, year, Gilman used the Volvo PF6170 paver to place an asphalt overlay on asphalt plant, in case any TriState Truck and Last a secondary road near Polaris, Mont., for the Federal Highway Administration. equipment went down. Equipment, brought us a Gilman subcontracted Volvo PF6170 paver to demonstrate. We tried it, liked it — the Omni 1000 screed. It’s one an automatic laser grade control the milling to Industrial Builders and bought it. That paver helped us of the heaviest screeds in the indus- system on the paver, and it works from Fargo, N.D. With two large milling machines, one set at 7 ft. win $90,000 in smoothness incen- try, and it’s a good one. Plus, we well.” Hansen also likes the speed lim- (2.1 m) wide and the other milling tives on the Highway 41 project,” have good electronics to control iter feature on the Volvo paver. 8 ft. (2.4 m) wide, the subcontracsaid Gilman. “And we get good the paver,” said Gilman. “The rubber-tired paver floats “You can set it for 20 to 25 feet per tor milled 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) from the service from TriState.” More smoothness incentives along a little better than the tracked minute, and it’s always right existing runway surface. The PF6170 paver worked 15 ft. have followed, each paved by the paver. A tracked paver has its there,” said Hansen. “You don’t PF6170. Last year, Gilman used place, but with a rubber-tired have to keep playing with it to get (4.6 m) wide. With 10 passes, the the paver to place an asphalt over- machine the imperfections in the the speed you want. When you paver could cover the 150-ft. (45.8 lay on a secondary road near mat don’t reflect through to the stop, you just move the forward- m) width of the main runway in Polaris, Mont. for the Federal screed quite as much. It’s a user- neutral-reverse lever into neutral. one shift. The paver first replaced Highway Administration. “We friendly paver,” said Jim Gilman Then when you start up again, that the 1.5 in. of asphalt that was won every smoothness incentive Jr. “I like the alarms that tell you paver will go right back to the milled up, and in another phase, that was possible on that job,” said when there’s no asphalt on the slat same speed.” Gilman paved a 2-in. (5 cm) overconveyor in the tunnel. When The contractor was most recent- lay on the runways. Gilman.” Last year, Gilman won a $9.37 you’re running the paver behind a ly working on a $7.7 million George Friez is Gilman’s project million contract with the state of windrow pickup machine, you paving project at the Bert Mooney engineer for the airport. “The Montana to place a 2.5-in. (6.4 cm) can’t see into the hopper very well Airport in Butte. The project was biggest challenge is the tight work overlay on 15 mi. (24 km) of and on the Volvo paver there’s a divided into two parts — a main window that we have each day,” Interstate 15 near Lima. “On that sensor on each side of the slat con- 9,000-ft. (2,743 m) runway and a said Friez. “It takes a lot of coordijob we ran the Volvo paver and veyor that registers when asphalt is smaller 6,000-ft. (1,829 m) run- nation to get all that equipment won $141,000 in incentives for coming down the tunnel. That’s a way. working at once, then get it off the To keep the airport open during runway, stripe the pavement and ride and compaction,” said very helpful feature,” he added. Doug Hansen, paver operator, is one phase of the work, the Federal open the runway up again. We Gilman. “Winning the work on these highway jobs is very compet- pleased with the Volvo paver as Aviation Administration limited have a meeting with airport manitive. We have to make money on well. “It gives a good ride,” construction time each day from agement each morning at 10:00 ride incentives, or we won’t make Hansen said. “It’s got a 9,200- 1:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. One a.m. to discuss whether it’s a go or pound Blaw-Knox screed and they flight came in at 11:00 p.m., and if no-go for the day. Then at 9:30 much profit.” “A very reliable source told us give a good ride. It’s a rubber-tired the runway was not open for that each evening, we need to confirm that Volvo makes some of the best paver so you don’t get the bounce flight, Gilman faced liquidated that we’ll be off the runway in time asphalt pavers in the world,” he in the screed that you might get damages of $40,000 — $20,000 for that flight coming in at 11:00 said. “And Volvo has their screed with a tracked paver. We also use for the incoming flight and the p.m.”

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screed stability. A foldable side shield for the screed makes it fast and easy to comply with transportation regulations. The side shield folds directly behind the screed, eliminating overhang on the left and right side during transportation on a bed trailer. The Dynapac SD2500CS also offers hydraulic push rollers, which minimize impact from the truck during asphalt delivery to the paver. Acting as a shock absorber for the paver, they guard against bumps in the asphalt surface. The result is a high quality application for a continuously smooth roadway, according to the manufacturer. The SD2500CS operator’s platform can slide hydraulically from one side to the other with a safe-impact system to provide safe docking for the operator. An optional “weather house” offers better visibility and protection during harsh weather conditions. It consists of a hardened front screen with three wiper blades, large side windows and

Plexiglas screens on the lower left and right part of the platform. Dynapac offers a new remote control and color screed display with easy and intuitive handling. Energysaving LED working lights and an adjustable camera system has been added so that an operator can easily monitor the application. For more information, visit www.dynapac.us.

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BEE EQUIPMENT SALES, LTD

KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY, INC.

HI-WAY EQUIPMENT CO.

NIXON-EGLI EQUIPMENT COMPANY

www.beeequipmentsales.com Lubbock TX • 806/745-1511

www.kirby-smith.com Oklahoma City, OK • 800/375-3339 Tulsa, OK • 800/375-3733 Kansas City, KS • 877/851-5729

www.hiwayequip.com Houston, TX • 713/649-0940 Beaumont, TX • 409/212-8100 Brenham, TX • 979/836-6641 Bryan, TX • 979/779-8942

www.nixon-egli.com 800 E. Grant Line Rd. • Tracy, CA 95304 209/830-8600 • 209/830-8884 2044 S. Vineyard Ave. • Ontario, CA 91761 909/930-1822

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RDO EQUIPMENT CO. www.rdoequipment.com Riverside, CA 800/494-4863 Indio, CA 760/342-8900 Imperial, CA 800/464-4331 Lakeside, CA 619/270-4300 Fort Worth, TX 800/551-4905 Hewitt, TX 800/551-8258 Irving, TX 800/437-6342 Laredo, TX 956/718-1909 Pflugerville, TX 512/272-4141 New Braunfels, TX 800/880-0880 Ehrenberg, AZ 928/923-9611 Flagstaff, AZ 928/526-0639 Phoenix, AZ 602/415-4700

WHILE SOME PEOPLE ARE HAVING A PROBLEM GRASPING THE CONCEPT, THEY’RE SURE NOT HAVING ANY DIFFICULTY GRABBING THE RESULTS.

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It’s a rubber tire roller that vibrates with enough centrifugal force to equal the output of a 55,000 pound pneumatic. The GW750 handles the toughest HMA mixes with ease, getting balanced high densities from the top through the bottom of the mat. Great on SMA, too! And it provides a sound interlock between new overlays and profiled surfaces. It’s bonus time!

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Check one out at your Sakai dealer today.

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POWER MOTIVE CORP.

Colorado Springs, CO 719/576-5541

8111 Mills Road, Houston, TX 77064 281/807-9777 • Fax: 281/807-1233

www.powermotivecorp.com 5000 Vasquez Blvd., Denver, CO 80216 303/355-5900 • Fax: 303/388-9328

Milliken, CO 970/587-1188

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Grand Junction, CO 970/241-1550

Durango, CO 970/259-0455

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WAUKESHA-PEARCE INDUSTRIES, INC.

CLASSIFIEDS

12320 S. Main Houston, TX 77035 713-723-1050 Fax: 713-551-0798

Classified Rates:30 Words or Less for $30.00. Each Additional Word is 95¢. For just an additional $20 your ad can be posted on our online searchable database for 30 days Ad runs for 2 (two) insertions - no changes in second insertion. PLEASE ENCLOSE PAYMENT WITH ORDER and mail to - 470 Maryland Drive• Fort Washington, PA 19034

215/885-2900 • Fax 215/885-2910 • Toll Free 1-800/523-2200

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AERIAL LIFTS

CRANES

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TRAINING

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Manlifts

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ASPHALT EQUIPMENT Asphalt Pavers 2012 Leeboy 5000 Pathmaster, will pave 5-9’, electric steering box ans 18 in conveyors, excellent, 311 hours ..........................$76,500. 2011 Leeboy 8515, heavy duty 8’-15’ paver with low hours, high/low deck operator’s choice controls, excellent, 639 hours ................................$119,900. Casey Equipment Co. 847-437-8686

Milling Machines 2006 Dynapac PL2000, 80’’ planer, front loading conveyor, good condition, 3423 hours .... ................................$183,750. 2006 Dynapac FL500-16, Dynapac 20’’ ride on, drum with full set of bits, good condition, 2786 hours ................$43,900. Casey Equipment Co. 847-437-8686

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EXCAVATORS Hydraulic Excavators

LOADERS Wheel Loaders

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Front-end Loaders & Backhoes

NH Construction Equipment

PARTS

Pflugerville, TX 512-251-0013

Komatsu Equipment Company 1486 South Distribution Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84104 801-972-3660 4460 Pioneer Way Elko, NV 89801 775-753-7557

For information, pricing or reservations: Call 1-800-223-3827 www.moderngroup.com

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All prices include Trainer, travel and material NO HIDDEN COSTS

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TRUCKS

6253 West Gilbert Industrial Court Hurricane, UT 84737 435-986-1000

SCRAPERS

Bucket Trucks

Pull Behind Scrapers

ELLIOTT BUCKET TRUCKS

Casey Equipment Co. 847-437-8686

2005 Miskin D-18, 18 Yard Pull Pan Scraper, good condition, 800 hours ..................$34,000.

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FORKLIFTS

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KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY INC. 6715 W Reno Oklahoma City, OK 73137 800-375-3339 405-495-7820 Fax: 405-787-5973 12321 E. Pine Street Tulsa, OK 74116 800-375-3733 918-438-1700 Fax: 918-437-7065 Abilene, TX 877-577-5729 325-692-6334

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POWER MOTIVE CORPORATION 5000 Vasquez Blvd. Denver, CO 80216 303-355-5900 Fax: 303-388-9328 Colorado Springs, CO 719-576-5541 Grand Junction, CO 970-241-1550 Milliken, CO 970-339-4098 www.powermotivecorp.com

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CLM Equipment Co., Inc.

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www.clmequipment.com

www.witchequipment.net

Baytown/Houston, TX 281/385-6633 Fax: 281/385-7106

Broussard/Lafayette, LA 337/837-6693 Fax: 337/837-2384

Sulphur/Lake Charles, LA 281/625-5942

7809 Hwy. 271 • Tyler, TX 75708 903/892-6226 • Fax: 903/535-9768

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Dallas, TX 214-819-3991 Longview, TX 800-245-7702 Waco, TX 800-245-7706 Texarkana, TX 888-327-7370

Tulsa, OK 866-402-4248 Oklahoma City, OK 409-898-8700

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www.adobejcb.com

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Lubbock, TX 806-745-2000 Wichita Falls, TX 940-687-2726 Odessa, TX 432-337-2823 Amarillo, TX 806-372-8386

Midland, TX 432-685-9999 Clovis, NM 575-742-2726 www.ascoeq.com

West Sacramento, CA 877-383-7985 www.muniquipjcb.com

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DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277 • Pendleton, IN March29,2013 For:Construction Equipment • Pendleton, IN June21,2013 For:Construction Equipment • Pendleton, IN September20,2013 For:Construction Equipment • Pendleton, IN December13,2013 For:Construction Equipment

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PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • Elmwood Park, NJ Wed.,January30,2013 For:Construction Equipment

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DALLAS (FT. WORTH), TEXAS SPECIAL NOTE: Due to the mild weather this past November & December, the equipment has been out longer than normal. These circumstances allow for this unbelievable equipment to be sold now. This is one of the nicest groups of equipment ever sold in the state of Texas. HILITES INCLUDE: 4 MOTOR GRADERS: 2009 Cat 140MVHP Plus, Cat 140H, 2005 Cat 163H, Cat 160H, 24 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (2) 2008 Cat 336DL, 2009 Cat 329DL, (2) 2008 Cat 325DL, 2008 Cat 324DL, (3) 2008 Cat 320DLRR, (2) 2008 Cat 315DL, 2008 Cat 315CL, 2005 Cat 314CLCR, 2009 Cat 312DL, 2008-2007 Cat 312CL, 2006 Cat 307C, 2010 Cat 305CCR, 2008 Komatsu PC400LC-7, (2)2008 Komatsu PC300LC-8, 2005 Kobelco SK210LC-6, (2) 2006 Kobelco SK135SR, LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: Unused 2012 Doosan DX225LC, 8 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2004 Cat CP573E (cab), 2007-2005 Cat CP563E (cab), Cat CP563E (cab), (3) Cat CS563E (cab), 13 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2011 Cat 420EIT (4x4), 2011 Cat 420E (4x4), Cat 420E (4x4), 2006 Cat 420D (4x4), (2) Cat 420D (4x4), 2005 Cat 420D, (2) 2008 Cat 416E, Cat 416D (4x4), Cat 416C (4x4), Cat 416 (4x4), 2004 JD 310G, 14 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (4) 2010 Cat 299C (cab), (3) 2008 Cat 277C, (4) Cat 277C, 2005 Cat 277B, (2) Cat 277B, 2006 Cat 287B (cab), 2 SKID STEERS: 2010 Cat 272C, Cat 272C, TRENCHERS: Vermeer RT450, 11 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (2) Cat TL1255 (cab), 2006 Cat TH580B, (2) Cat TH580B (cab), 2004 Cat TH460B, Cat TH460B, 2008 Cat TL642, Terex TX1056C, 2004 Lull 944E-42, 2005 Gehl RS5-34, FORKLIFTS: Pettibone 8044, 2 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) 2005 JLG 2646E, 2 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) 2005 JLG 2646ES, 7 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2005 Cat 966G-II, Cat 950G, Cat 950G, Cat 914G, Cat 914G, 2006 Case 621D, Case 621D, 4 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D6RXL, 2005 Cat D3GLGP, 2005 JD 550JLGP, 2006 Case 650K, LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTOR: 2005 JD 210LE (4x4), 4 WATER TRUCKS: (2) 2007 Peterbilt 335 (t/a, 4,000gal.,), 2003-2002 Sterling 2500gal. (s/a), (2) 2001 Sterling (s/a, 2,000gal.), SERVICE TRUCKS: 2006 Ford F550, 12 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2006 Atlas Copco XAS186, (2) 2004 IR 375CFM, 2006-2005-2004 IR 185CFM, (3) 2006 Sullair 185DPQ, (2) 2005-2004 Sullair 185, WELDERS: 2004 Lincoln k1278-5 400 amp, 10 LIGHT PLANTS: (3) 2006- (6) 2005 Magnum Pro 4060, 2006 Magnum Pro MLT3060, GENERATORS: 2005 Magnum Pro MMG55 41kw, SWEEPERS, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Smooth, Snow & Mulch Buckets, 66in.- 78in. Buckets, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, New Versatech Brush Grapples, New Stump Buckets, New Fabtech 60in. Brush Cutters, New Fabtech Backhoe Attachments, New Fabtech 60in. - 72in. Grapple Buckets, New Fabtech 66in. Root Grapples, New Fabtech 60in. Hay Spears, New Fabtech Stump Buckets, New Fabtech 428in. Forks & Frame, New Fabtech Quick Attach Plates, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) New Easy Kleen Pressure Washers, New 4 Pack Ratchet Straps, New Impact Wrenches, New Premium Diamond Blades, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Air Spray Guns, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New 5 Ton Digital Platform Scales, Rebar Cutters, New Mustang Submersible & Water Pumps, New Cutoff/ Demo Saws, Impact Wrench Kit, 4 ton porta power, Rotary Hammers, Lawn Aerators, Breakers, Pipe Threaders, Tile Strippers, Tile Saws, Pressure Washers, Polishers, Concrete Grinder, ACCESSORIES.

Address: 1815 Hicks Field Rd. East Fort Worth TX 76179. (Adjacent to JRP Trucking) 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.

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FNF Construction Works 16-Hour Days, Seven-Day Weeks UPGRADES from page 1

Krugel, public information officer, of the Arizona Department of Transportation. The Arizona State Transportation Board awarded an $11.6 million contract to fund this segment, which is the first of two projects to repave the entire 29 mi. (46.7 km) of Interstate 15 in Arizona. The ADOT has invested more than $15 million over the last decade to keep this corridor up to standards, Krugel said. ADOT also has budgeted nearly $15 million to repave another 13-mi. (21 km) portion of I15 that extends to the Nevada state line in 2015. In an effort to shorten the construction schedule and impact on motorists, FNF Construction worked 16 hours a days, seven days a week, completing work during offpeak hours, including at night, when there were fewer drivers on the road. “Any construction project in this very remote stretch of four-lane roadway will impact traffic due to the lack of alternate routes,” Krugel said. “Typically a project of this magnitude, 16 miles long in a very remote area, would take much longer to complete.” About 478,000 sq. yd. (399,669 sq m) of the existing layer of bituminous pavement

was removed on a 16-mi. (25.7) stretch starting at mi. marker 13 and continuing to mile marker 29, from the Virgin River Gorge to the Utah State line. Crews placed 129,000 tons (117,027 t) of asphalt concrete mix for the first layer of pavement in the pavement preservation project and will add 14,000 tons (12,700 t) of asphalt concrete friction course as the top layer of pavement in the spring. “Milling, paving and grader machines were used for this pavement preservation project,” said Krugel. Currently, the 16-mi. (25.7 km) paving project is shut down for the winter in this desert region where temperatures dip to around 30 F overnight during December and January. Work will resume in the spring to apply the top layer of asphalt to the roadway, which is expected to take about one month to complete. “ADOT shut down the project for the winter because we want to make sure the project is done right and ensure that this new layer of pavement will last a long time and be a great benefit to drivers for many years to come,” Krugel said. Permanent roadway markings also will be added in the spring. At this time ADOT will begin another $4 million project on I-15, which includes

reconstructing and upgrading the existing Desert Springs interchange at mi. marker 9, including the addition of a new underpass. Eight bridges in seven locations also will be included in future construction on Interstate 15 in Arizona, bringing the total cost of the project to about $320 million, according to Krugel. ADOT is currently conducting a feasibility study to rehabilitate all eight of the I-15 Virgin River bridges, which were constructed in the late 1960s and early 1970s. “While the bridges are still considered safe for travel, they require extensive refurbishment to continue supporting traffic,” Krugel added. “More than 1.4 million commercial trucks travel annually on Arizona’s portion of this Interstate.” The ADOT, along with the Nevada DOT and the Utah DOT applied for a Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER IV) grant to rehabilitate bridge 6 at mi. marker 16. Word was recently received that a $21.6 million TIGER grant was received from the Federal Highway Administration to rehabilitate this bridge in 2012. According to the U.S. DOT, TIGER grants are awarded to transportation projects

that have a significant national or regional impact. Projects are chosen for their ability to contribute to the long-term economic competitiveness of the nation, improve the condition of existing transportation facilities and systems, increase energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve the safety of U.S. transportation facilities, and enhance the quality of living and working environments of communities through increased transportation choices and connections. Reconstruction of bridge 6 is expected to begin in 2013 and be completed by 2015, Krugel said. The total project cost to restore bridge 6 is $27 million. Proposed improvements for the bridge include removing and replacing the existing bridge deck, girders and median/exterior barriers, widening the new bridge deck to provide shoulders that meet current standards, widening the roadways approaching the bridge to match the new bridge width and reconstructing and strengthening piers and foundations. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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More Than 3,350 Bidders Vie for Iron in Fort Worth

Ty (L) and Charles Godwin, Godwin Farms in Cooper, Texas, are sufficiently impressed by this 260-ton Zoomline crawler crane.

Lori Bunger (L) of Holt Cat in Irving, Texas, studies the bidding prices with Kelly Bullin of Legends Equipment Co. in Justin, Texas.

Jack Hisle (L), Hisle Bros. Inc., in Ada, Okla., and Barry Burgess, Barry Burgess Equipment in Kemp, Okla., have been studying the inventory offered at the auction.

R John Ballard, Ballard Equipment in Mineola, Texas, has just finished checking out this 650H John Deere dozer.

ichie Bros. held an auction on Dec. 4 and 5, in Fort Worth, Texas. More than 3,350 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’ multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction. Bidders came from more than 50 countries, including all 50 U.S. states. More than 56 percent of the equipment was sold to out-of-state buyers, from as far away as Australia, Egypt, Thailand and Saudi Arabia. Online bidders purchased close to 43 percent of the equipment sold (by dollar value). In total, more than 3,000 equipment lots were sold in the auction, including hydraulic excavators, crawler tractors, wheel loaders, skid steer loaders, loader backhoes, articulated dump trucks, truck tractors and more.

Del Nevius, North Texas Crane in Lewisville, Texas, is seriously thinking of adding this Grove RT 700E crane to his existing fleet.

Bryan Waddle, Cross Timbers Equipment in Denton, Texas, takes a photo op before going into the bidding area.

Jim Hrubes (L) of Spin Zero Construction in Fort Worth, Texas, has been learning a lot about this John Deere 120C excavator from Gene Tucker, retired of Brown & Root in Centerville, Texas.

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ADVERTISER INDEX A E D ................................................................................8

IRON PLANET

ADOBE EQUIPMENT .....................................................5

WESTERN AUCTION PREMIERE 01/30-31.........49

ADOBE EQUIPMENT .....................................................5

JCB INC .........................................................................43

ALEX LYON & SON

JFW EQUIPMENT INC .................................................34

DALLAS TX 1/18 ....................................................46 BAR NONE AUCTION

JOHN DEERE ...............................................................19 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ........................................55

MONTHLY CALENDAR 1/12 .................................47

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP .............................6,7,40,41

BID SPOTTER ..............................................................50

KOMATSU EQUIPMENT CO ........................................14

BOBCAT COMPANY .....................................................24

LEEBOY ........................................................................38

CALDER BROTHERS CORPORATION .......................37 CASE CONSTRUCTION .........................................26,27 CAT AUCTION SERVICES ORLANDO FL 02/15-16..........................................53 CEG SCALE MODELS .................................................12 CLASSIFIEDS ................................................................40 CLM EQUIPMENT CO INC ............................................2 COMPANY WRENCH .....................................................8 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE.............23,44,51 DITCH WITCH WEST ..............................................28,29

NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ...........................................6 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ...................11 PROFESSIONAL SHORING & SUPPLY .......................8 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY & SUPPLY .............9,14 ROLL TECH SYSTEMS.................................................32 ROLLER & ASSOCIATES AUCTIONEERS HENDERSON CO 1/16 ..........................................46 ROMCO EQUIPMENT CO ...........................................36 SAKAI AMERICA INC ...................................................39

DYNAPAC ......................................................................56

SANY AMERICA INC ....................................................13

ESCO CORP .................................................................30

TAKEUCHI .....................................................................42

FAE USA INC .................................................................36

TEREX TRUCKS ...........................................................27

FLANGE LOCK .............................................................14

TOKU AMERICA INC ....................................................13

H & L TOOTH CO .........................................................15

VCES DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ...........................6

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

WIRTGEN AMERICA ....................................................35

HILCO INDUSTRIAL LLC

YANMAR AMERICA - ....................................................31

SPARROWS POINT, MD 1/30-31 ..........................48 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT .................25

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS KISSIMMEE FL 2/11-18..........................................50

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Ardmore, OK 866.720.2693 Oklahoma City, OK 405.942.8000 Lawton, OK 800.633.2693

Colorado Springs, CO 719.475.1100 Pueblo West, CO 719.547.3505 Frederick, CO 303.833.5900 Fort Collins, CO 970.482.7154

Pasadena, TX 281.991.8161

Cate Equipment Co. www.cateequipment.com Boise, ID 208.884.0500 Pocatello, ID 208.232.7001 Salt Lake City, UT 801.973.2900 Gillette, WY 307.682.0571

Bane Machinery www.banemachinery.com Dallas, TX 214.352.2468 Tyler, TX 903.597.6641 Fort Worth, TX 817.847.5894

Closner Equipment Co. Inc. www.closner.com

Bee Equipment Sales, Inc. www.beeequipmentsales.com Lubbock, TX 806.745.1511

Dynapac USA 3700 East 68th Avenue Commerce City, CO 80022

San Antonio, TX 210.732.2131 Austin, TX 512.272.8200

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Craig Taylor Equip. Co. www.craigtaylorequipment.com Anchorage, AK 907.276.5050 Wasilla, AK 907.376.3838 Soldotna, AK 907.262.5977 Fairbanks, AK 907.452.1192

Doggett Heavy Machinery Services www.doggettmachinery.com Victoria, TX 361.570.6666 Corpus Christi, TX 361.289.0727 Brownsville, TX 956.831.9377 Pharr, TX 956.787.0001

Modern Machinery www.modernmachinery.com Missoula, MT 800.332.1617 Kalispell, MT 800.434.4190 Billings, MT 800.735.2589

Pape Machinery, Inc. www.papemachinery.com Sparks, NV 775.353.0440 Fowler, CA 559.834.4774 Newark, CA 510.790.3600 Rohnert Park, CA 707.584.9161 Gilroy, CA 408.848.4150 French Camp, CA 209.983.8122 Sacramento, CA 916.922.7181 Redding, CA 530.241.4555 Portland, OR 503.289.1103

Pape Machinery, Inc., cnt’d. Tangent, OR 541.812.0207 Eugene, OR 541.484.5424 Central Point, OR 541.772.4706 Klamath Falls, OR 541.884.5683 Bend, OR 541.389.5869 Kent, WA 206.575.0140 Mt. Vernon, WA 360.424.3291 Tacoma, WA 253.922.8718 Kelso, WA 360.575.9959 Wentachee, WA 509.664.1265 Yakima, WA 509.248.7910

Rowand Machinery Co. www.rowand.com Spokane, WA 509.838.5252 Pasco, WA 509.547.8813 Hayden, ID 208.762.2657

Tom Growney Equip., Inc. www.growneyinc.com El Paso, TX 915.598.1133 Albuquerque, NM 505.884.2900 Farmington, NM 505.326.1101 Hobbs, NM 505.392.6923

Wyoming Equipment www.coloradoequipment.net Cheyenne, WY 307.638.8669

Atlas Copco Stores www.atlascopco.us Phoenix, AZ 623-780-0200 www.atlascopco.us/phoenix Tucson, AZ Store 520.834.0400 www.atlascopco.us/tucson San Diego/Los Angeles, CA 760-599-9299 www.atlascopco.us/vista Denver, CO 303-288-3258 www.atlascopco.us/denver


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