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Materials Prices Post Rare Year-Over-Year Dip The cost of key construction materials dropped for the third consecutive month in July, pushing down year-over-year prices for the first time since 2009, according to an analysis of producer price index figures released Aug. 14 by the Associated General Contractors of America.

However, association officials warned that recent spikes in diesel fuel and steel prices may drive up the cost of construction again, and they urged lawmakers to invest in needed infrastructure projects promptly while prices remain low. “This price decline may be the last, given the

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DEMOGRAPHICS CONTRACTORS Asphalt Producers ............................................263 Builder ..............................................................1259 Concrete Contractor/Masonry ........................2786 Concrete Products ............................................242 Concrete Ready - Mix ........................................265 Crane Users/Erectors/Pile Drivers ..................691 Demolition Contractor ....................................1254 Drilling & Boring ................................................717 Dump Truck/Trailer Hauling ............................1192 Environmental ....................................................466 Excavators/Grading Site Work ......................9068 Farms/Landscape Contractors-Heavy ..........1281 Forestry/Logging ..............................................431 General Contractor/Builder - AGC Type ........3597 Heavy Contractors/Road Builders ..................664 Highway Contractor/Bridge Builder ................531

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Industrial & Maintenance Contractors ............143 Industrial Manufacturing ..................................224 Landfills ..............................................................221 Marine Construction ..........................................139 Milling....................................................................34 Mining - Surface - Coal......................................136 Mining - Surface - Stone, Sand, Etc ................996 Paving Contractor - Asphalt ..........................2378 Pipeline Companies ............................................89 Pipeline Contractors..........................................616 Recycling ............................................................369 Trucking ..............................................................849 Utility Companies ................................................95 Utility Contractors..............................................594 Other ....................................................................25 RENTAL COMPANIES Cranes - Independent ..........................................95 Cranes - National ................................................30

Rhode Island 360 New Jersey 3122 Maryland/Washington D.C. 1508 Delaware 289 Heavy - Independent..........................................335 Heavy Equipment-National ..............................171 Lifting (Except Cranes) - Aerials - Ind ..............29 Lifting (Except Cranes) - Aerials - Natl ................4 Tools......................................................................62 Tools/Small Equipment - Natl ............................35 Utility/Light - Ind ................................................165 Utility/Light Equipment - Natl ............................14 Other ......................................................................2 DEALERS Heavy ................................................................1210 Light/Utility/Rental ............................................449 Parts Dealer ........................................................456 Supply Houses-Heavy Hardware/Safety Tools184 Truck....................................................................211 Used Equipment Dealer ....................................772 MISCELLANEOUS DEALERS............................866 *Edition Circulation Total, exceeds individual State Totals Publisher’s Data, Subject to Audit. Many companies qualify for more than one business classification.

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A short section of highway near Chattanooga, Tenn., has been due for a makeover for some time. This part of U.S. Highway 27 was originally constructed in the 1950s, the decade when work began on our current interstate highway system. As in many

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Construction spending in May reached the highest level since December 2009 as widespread gains in private nonresidential construction, single-family and multifamily homebuilding more than offset a continuing downturn in public construction, according to an analysis of new federal data released July 2 by the Associated General Contractors of

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Industrial Manufacturing ..................................203 Landfills ..............................................................340 Marine Construction ..........................................132 Milling....................................................................14 Mining - Surface - Coal........................................32 Mining - Surface - Stone, Sand, Etc ................636 Paving Contractor - Asphalt ..........................1512 Pipeline Companies ............................................68 Pipeline Contractors..........................................635 Recycling ............................................................350 Trucking ..............................................................624 Utility Companies ................................................94 Utility Contractors..............................................557 Other ....................................................................40 RENTAL COMPANIES Cranes - Independent ..........................................85 Cranes - National ................................................52 Heavy - Independent..........................................259 Heavy Equipment-National ................................97

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Mississippi River between downtown St. Louis and St. Clair County, Illinois. This new bridge will move Interstate 70 off the Poplar Street Bridge (which currently carries three interstates and is the only interstate bridge into downtown

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OAKDALE, Minn. (AP) To remember the collapse of a busy Minnesota highway bridge, state historians preserved items they thought would vividly convey the chaotic scene that unfolded back in 2007: a battered Interstate 35W sign, an emergency worker’s shirt, the back door of a school bus that young survivors used to escape. Five years later, most items collected from the rush-hour disaster that killed 13 people and

injured scores of others remain tucked away from public view, held back partly by concern that emotions may still be too raw for a museum display. “I don’t think it would be inconceivable that we would do an exhibition on the event,” said Adam Scher, a collections department curator of the Minnesota Historical Society. “I think perhaps more time does have to lapse before that would be appropriate.” One day, the collection might even feature mangled pieces of the bridge itself. In a garage half the size of a football field, the Minnesota Department of Transportation has kept steel

beams — some crumpled as though they were aluminum cans — and the sheered connector plates that first gave way. The fragments offer a frozen-in-time reminder of the devastating forces that sent the span tumbling into the Mississippi River below. At the time of the tragedy, historians knew that documenting the disaster would be a sensitive but essential task. They set out to collect items that could tell the story of Bridge No. 9340, its victims and those who rushed to the scene to help. They came away with the highway sign with

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Other States 69 DEMOGRAPHICS CONTRACTORS Asphalt Producers ............................................308 Builder ................................................................801 Concrete Contractor/Masonry ........................2575 Concrete Products ............................................186 Concrete Ready - Mix ........................................543 Crane Users/Erectors/Pile Drivers ..................712 Demolition Contractor ....................................1163 Drilling & Boring ................................................218 Dump Truck/Trailer Hauling ............................1067 Environmental ....................................................145 Excavators/Grading Site Work ......................9435 Farms/Landscape Contractors-Heavy ..........1236 Forestry/Logging ..............................................180 General Contractor/Builder - AGC Type ........3870 Heavy Contractors/Road Builders ..................550 Highway Contractor/Bridge Builder ................515 Industrial & Maintenance Contractors ............149

Industrial Manufacturing ..................................180 Landfills ..............................................................217 Marine Construction ............................................63 Milling....................................................................19 Mining - Surface - Coal........................................66 Mining - Surface - Stone, Sand, Etc ..............1176 Paving Contractor - Asphalt ..........................1717 Pipeline Companies ............................................48 Pipeline Contractors..........................................462 Recycling ............................................................178 Trucking ..............................................................785 Utility Companies ................................................66 Utility Contractors..............................................384 Other ....................................................................39 RENTAL COMPANIES Cranes - Independent ........................................136 Cranes - National ................................................34 Heavy - Independent..........................................279 Heavy Equipment-National ................................111

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EESSCO Adds Full Lineup of Weir Minerals Linatex Products to Portfolio EESSCO (Equipment Erection Sales and Service Company) has added the full product portfolio of Linatex rubber products to its product line in New England. EESSCO has been successfully providing Weir Minerals Linatex screen media for years and has just recently added the full line of Weir Minerals Linatex products including premium

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here were more than 1,100 registered bidders that participated online and in person at the Ritchie Bros. multi-million dollar auction held on June 23 in Columbus, Ohio. The auction drew bidders heavily from Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio as well as 40 other states, 26 countries and nine Canadian provinces. More than 65 percent of the trucks and equipment (based on gross auction proceeds) went to buyers from outside the state. More than 1,000 auction lots were sold on auction day.

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Segment by segment, the Maryland’s Intercounty Connector (ICC) is taking shape. Once complete, it will link existing and proposed development areas between the I-270/I-370 and I-95/US 1 corridors within central and eastern Montgomery County and northwestern Prince George’s County with a state-of-the-art, multi-modal east-west highway that limits access and accommodates the movement of passengers and goods. The full dollar amount for the entire 18.5-mi. (29.7 km) project is $2.55 billion. There are a total of four separate contracts, with each section being built by a different joint venture team consisting of national and local firms. The project begins at I-370 in the Gaithersburg area of Montgomery County, Md. Currently, it ends at I-95 in Prince George’s County and is on schedule. “Soon, the Maryland State Highway Administration will issue a Request for Proposals for the fourth and final section that will be built from I-95 east to Virginia Manor Road, with an option to continue east to U.S. 1,� said Ray Feldman, community outreach coordinator and media relations manager of the ICC project. The first segment, or Contract A, opened to traffic on Feb. 23, 2011. The next segment, which includes Contracts B and C, is scheduled to open later this year or in early 2012. No dates have yet been set for the final segment, "

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Work Begins to Replace Ohio’s Tallest, But Aging, Bridge By Matt Leingang ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Construction began July 12 on an $88 million project to replace the tallest bridge in Ohio, an aging structure similar in design to the one that collapsed in Minnesota in 2007. The Jeremiah Morrow Bridge on Interstate 71 near Lebanon in southwest Ohio is considered safe but has enough structural deterioration that it can no longer handle heavy loads. Oversize trucks carrying more than 120,000 lbs. (54,431 kg), such as military or farm equipment, are pro-

hibited. Ohio began developing plans to replace the bridge around the time the Interstate 35W bridge collapsed in Minneapolis, killing 13 people and injuring 145. The project is now on a fast track as the structure reaches the end of its 50-year life span, said Stefan Spinosa, an engineer with the Ohio Department of Transportation. The bridge is actually a set of twin two-lane spans supported by a steel truss underneath the deck. It opened for traffic in 1965, running a length of 2,224 ft. (678 m) — about half a mile — and rising 240 ft. (73 m) over the Little Miami River. It carries about 60,000 vehicles a day, serving as a

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Truck & Trailer Section .... There is a natural fascination for foren- approximately $700,000 to construction ..................................63-71 sics that many, perhaps attributed to pop- costs.

major freight corridor between Columbus and Cincinnati. But repairs are becoming more frequent, and a recent inspection revealed that 80 gusset plates, which hold beams together, need to be stiffened before allowing overweight trucks to use the bridge again. The National Transportation Safety Board blamed the Minneapolis bridge collapse on an undersize gusset plate, a flaw in its original design from the 1960s. Board members also criticized Minnesota officials for allowing 287 tons (260 t) of construction materials to be stockpiled on the bridge’s center on the day of the collapse.

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ular TV shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. A tour of Monroe County’s new 45,000-sq.-ft. (4,181 sq m), $30 million crime lab satisfies that curiosity about many new and old methods used in sophisticated criminal evidence gathering. It also illustrates emerging green building practices. As a result, the new crime lab is about to earn the county’s Platinum LEED certification. Monroe County estimates the project has created 400 construction jobs, while

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A quick tour provides a visitor with a realization that fighting crime is a complex, scientific, laboratory-intensive endeavor, and that the lab’s priority is to protect the chain of evidence throughout the process. In the lab dust filtration, vibration dampeners, special airflow, recycled rainwater and design elements are at play in a never-ending battle to help testify against the guilty while proving others innocent. "

Manufacturing Jobs Mike Rowe, host of the Discovery Channel’s TV program Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe, testified before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee’s hearing on “Manufacturing Our Way to a Stronger Economy� in support of U.S. manufacturing jobs and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers’ (AEM) I Make America campaign. In his testimony, Rowe described his experiences working with manufacturers and skilled laborers across America, his personal initiatives in support of jobs creation and the importance of paved roads and reliable bridges. In his written testimony, Rowe said, “I am ready, able "

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