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MITA Holds Annual Trade Show & Conference...10

By Josh Funk AP BUSINESS WRITER

federal agencies kicking in funding for the project, all of the construction contracts have been awarded and came in at $34 million below the original estimate. However, the $957 million project is still expected to be the largest public works project in the state of Minnesota. Walsh Construction, Ames-McCrossan Joint Venture, Aldridge-Collisys Joint Venture and PCL Construction Services,

Heavy equipment maker Caterpillar’s soaring profit reflects strong demand in developing nations and offers reasons for optimism about the global economy and the prospects for other American manufacturers. “They are a pretty good barometer,” analyst Jeff Windau with Edward Jones said of Caterpillar Inc. That’s because Caterpillar sells its yellow-and-black mining and construction equipment around the world and can benefit from growth wherever it’s occurring, while its reach also means the company’s business reflects global economic trends. Caterpillar predicts the world’s economy as a whole will grow at a lukewarm rate of 3.5 percent in 2011, but developing regions will grow at nearly double that pace and continue buying equipment for mining and for upgrading their infrastructure. Caterpillar, based in Peoria, Ill., said Jan. 27 that its fourthquarter net income more than quadrupled to $968 million, or $1.47 per share, on $12.8 billion revenue. Those results beat analysts’ expectations and easily topped the $232 million in net income, or 36 cents per share, that it earned a year earlier on $7.9 billion in revenue. Chief Financial Officer Ed Rapp said increases in gross domestic product of roughly 6 percent in developing coun-

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At times, crews dug up several blocks at a time to relocate District Energy heating and cooling pipe. Nearly a mile of Fourth Street was affected during the utility relocation phase of the LRT project.

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Crews recently completed advanced underground utility relocations in downtown St. Paul in preparation for the start of construction this March of an 11 mile Light Rail Transit (LRT) system connecting the downtowns of St. Paul and Minneapolis. And good news for the local, state and

Construction Firms Plan to Hire More in ’11 More construction firms are planning to hire workers this year than are planning to make layoffs, according to the results of an industry-wide survey released Jan. 24 by the Associated General Contractors of America and Navigant. The survey, conducted as part of the Construction Industry Hiring and Business Outlook, shows the industry may finally be emerging from a severe downturn

that has left millions of skilled workers unemployed. “This won't be an easy year for most firms, but it will be better than last year,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “If current trends continue, this industry will be in a much better position 12 months from now than it is today.” Sandherr noted that while 55 percent of

firms laid off staff and only 20 percent of firms added employees in 2010, the outlook is more positive for 2011. He said that 27 percent of construction firms report they plan to add staff in 2011 while only 20 percent report plan layoffs. Even more positive, expanding firms plan to hire an average of 23 employees, while contracting firms plan to lay off an see HIRING page 50


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Cat 242B, 2006, W1138, EROPS, Quick Coupler ..............$24,000 Cat 246B, 2005, W1016, EROPS, Heat, A/C ......................$23,000 Cat 246C, 2007, W1613, EROPS, Heat, Man, QC ..............$28,000

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ID# N4761 $42,000

Cat 246C, 2008, UE1047, EROPS, Heat, Aux Hyd ............$36,000

Cat CS-563E, 2007, N5618, OROPS, Sm Drum ................$98,000 Cat 815F, 2006, N4586, EROPS, A/C ..............................$230,000

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Cat 247B, 2005, UN1610, EROPS, Heat, Hyd QC ..............$28,000 Cat 256C, 2007, W1533, EROPS, Heat, A/C ......................$32,000

Cat D3GXL, 2006, N5010, EROPS, A/C, Heat ....................$57,000

Cat 257B, 2004, UN2086, EROPS, Heat, No Door ............$23,000

Cat D4G LGP, 2006, N4970, EROPS, A/C ..........................$63,000

Cat 257B, 2005, W0539, Self-Leveling, Man QC ..............$31,000

Cat D5G LGP, 2006, N4976, EROPS, A/C ..........................$80,000

Cat 262B, 2005, W0523, OROPS, Aux Hyd ......................$24,000

Cat D5K LGP, 2008, N5711, EROPS, Heat, 3rd Valve ......$120,000

Cat 267B, 2005, UN1930, Self Leveling, QC ......................$21,000

Cat D5N LGP, 2006, N5104, EROPS, Heat, A/C ................$94,000

Cat 277, 2003, UN2127, EROPS, Heat, No Door ..............$19,000 Cat 287B, 2007, W1561, Self-Leveling, Man QC ..............$39,000

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Cat 305CR, 2005, W0279, EROPS, A/C, Long Stick ..........$36,000 Cat 321C, 2007, N5509, EROPS, Heat, A/C ....................$138,000

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Cat 420E IT, 2006, N4926, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick................$65,000 Cat 430D IT, 2005, N4001, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick ..............$52,000 Cat 430D, 2004, N3592, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick ..................$49,000

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Cat 930G, 2007, N5772, EROPS, 2.9 CYD Bkt, Ride Cntl ....$118,000

Cat 953C, 2006, N5135, EROPS, A/C, GP Bucket ............$105,000 Cat 953C, 2006, N4907, EROPS, 2.25 CYD GP Bkt ........$105,000

ID# N5749 $260,000

Cat 930H, 2009, UE1177, EROPS, A/C, 204 Hrs ............$161,500 Cat 938GII, 2004, UN1941, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$78,000

Cat 963C, 2005, N4354, EROPS, A/C, GP Bucket ............$140,000

Cat 938GII, 2006, N5064, EROPS, A/C, Heat, Ride Cntrl $100,000

Cat 963C, 2007, N5429, EROPS, 3 CYD GP Bkt ..............$175,000 Cat 963C, 2007, N5363, EROPS, 3 CYD GP Bkt ..............$170,000

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Komatsu PC220LC-7, ’06, 1,166 hrs ....$154,500

Wirtgen W150, ’09, 963 hrs ......................$CALL

EXCAVATORS

MOTOR GRADERS

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Deere 450C LC, ‘01, 9470 hrs ................$69,500 Komatsu PC150LC-6, ‘98, 9246 hrs ........$39,500 Komatsu PC160LC-7, ’05, 3,316 hrs ......$62,500 Komatsu PC220LC-7, ’06, 1,166 hrs ....$154,500 Komatsu PC220LC-7, ’05, 1978 hrs ......$119,500 Komatsu PC220LC-7, ’02, 6623 hrs ........$88,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7, ’06, 2,924 hrs ....$149,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7EO, ‘07, 1230 hrs..$189,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7LF, ’04, 5166 hrs ..$154,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6, ‘03, 3648 hrs ......$155,000 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 5,406 hrs ....$139,500

LeeBoy 685B, ‘07, 45 hrs ........................$93,500

Komatsu WA500-6, ‘08, 4078 hrs ..............$CALL (3) Komatsu WA250-5L, ‘08’s ....................$CALL (2) Komatsu WA250-6, ‘09, 515 hrs......$102,500 Komatsu WA600-1, ‘88, 28,105 hrs ........$24,500

ARTICULATED TRUCKS Komatsu CD60R-1A, ‘99, 2597 hrs..........$59,500 Komatsu HM300-2, ’06, 3,461 hrs ........$159,500 Volvo A35C, ’99, 11207 hrs ....................$62,500 Volvo A35C, ’97, 12709 hrs ....................$62,500

TRACK LOADERS CAT 953C, ’99, 5912 hrs ..........................$59,500 CAT 955, ‘68 ..............................................$9,500 CAT 963C, ’01, 4800 hrs ..........................$85,000

DOZERS Cat D4C LGP, ‘98, 3248 hrs ....................$24,500 Dresser TD15C, ‘93, 4145 hrs ................$17,500 Dresser TD25G, ’97, 7645 hrs ................$52,500 Komatsu D39PX-21, ‘06, 622 hrs ............$84,500 Komatsu D65PX-12, ‘96, 4,969 hrs ........$52,500

WHEEL DOZERS Dresser 532, ‘93, 7723 hrs......................$52,500 Dresser 970, ‘90, 25,687 hrs ..................$49,500

SKID STEER LOADERS Mustang MTL16, ’05, 2349 hrs ..............$23,000

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BACKHOE LOADERS Wirtgen W120F, ‘10, 272 hrs ....................$CALL Komatsu WB150-2, ‘00, 4540 hrs ..........$29,500

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1996 CAT D9R......................................$194,000

1998 CAT 345BL ....................................$73,500

1996 CAT 988FII ..................................$360,000

2007 CAT 924G ......................................$92,500

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2003 CAT D6RXW ..............................$130,000

1997 CAT D8R......................................$165,000

2005 CAT D6R LGP ............................$159,000

1998 CAT 988F ....................................$117,900

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2004 CAT 950G ....................................$112,000

2005 CAT 247B ......................................$23,000

1999 CAT 953C ......................................$36,000

2007 CAT 297C ......................................$42,500

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S/N 2ZN03016, A/C, GP bucket with teeth, 50% undercarriage remaining

S/N GCP00402, Orops, hyd quick coupler, std flow hyd, bucket

1991 CAT 231DLC..................................$32,000

2004 CAT 420D IT..................................$49,500

2007 CAT 236B ......................................$19,500

1997 CAT 325BL ....................................$54,000

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Komatsu WA180-1, 1996, EROPS, Quick Coupler, Exc. Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,500 Komatsu WA250-3PT, 1999, EROPS w/AC, JRB coupler, bucket, forks 20.5x25, good cond. . . . .$63,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 . . . . . .$100,000 Cat 936E, 1989, EROPS, 2.75 cy GP bkt, clean . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$59,000 New Holland LS170 Skid Steer, 2004, 300 hrs . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,000 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick coupler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000

Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 Terex TA40, 2000, 6WD, 6x6, 40 ton Detroit 60 Series, Clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$142,500 Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently off work), work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$145,000 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 hitch rebuilt .$115,000 Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . .$87,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites $89,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, works everyday . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500

COMPACTORS IR DD22, 1993, 39" double steel, vibratory, Deutz dsl, water spray, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$18,500 IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,500 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . .$49,500 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 Cat 825B, 1975, cab, S-blade, 50% front, 20% rear tires, good runner, can go to work . . . . . . . . .$52,500 Cat 825C, 1988, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, rear 80%, front 60%, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Galion S4-6B, Deutz dsl, hydrostatic, 42” drums, transport wheels, water spray . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,800 Hypac C747B, 2001, articulated, vibratory, 47” drums, water spray, Deutz 2 cyl, 5500#, good condition . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 Hypac C850B, 1999, ROPS w/cab, 84” smooth drum, drive, Cummins, 18-26 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$47,500 Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP gas engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever & remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 to $10,000 (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 (2) Champion Superpac A421 . . . . . . . . . .$11,500

CRAWLER TRACTORS Cat D4H Series II, 1990, OROPS, 6 way blades, 18" pads, draw bar, 100% Cat U/C . . . . . . . . . . .$57,000 Cat D6H, 1988, OROPS, S-blade w/tilt . . . .$76,000 Cat D6H LGP Series II, 1993, EROPS, diff steer, drawbar, 30" pads, fresh undercarriage . . . .$89,000 Cat D6H, 1987, Semi U blade w/tilt, ROPS, fair U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,000 (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea Komatsu D37P-5, 1997, 24" Pads, OROPS, P/S . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$36,500 LANDSCAPING

Case 480 Broom Tractor, frt mounted 6' sweepster broom, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$13,000 Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor, 1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" hydraulic broom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,500 Taylor-Way 12' Transport Disc, 24" discs, (4) tires, hyd lift, exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd CRAWLER LOADERS Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt . . . . .. angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 AIR COMPRESSORS Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL

SPECIALS TRUCKS & TRAILERS Vermeer 5800 Trencher, 1997, 4 cyl dsl eng .$17,500 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . . . . .. (12) IR L6-4MH Light Plants, 1992-1995, all . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IAmerican Augers 16" Boring Machine, 10 HP gas, CRUSHING & CONVEYING 35,000# thrust, 30' track . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7,500 Power Screen, Mark II, 1987, Port. Screening Plant, BACKHOES Double Deck, 24'x40' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$36,000 Cat 416C IT, 2000, 4x4, OROPS, Quick Coupler, GP Viper 301 Portable Screening Plant, 1997, dsl, 5'x7'. Bkt, Extendahoe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$36,000 Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, side & rear conveyors, T/A carrier . . . . . . . . . . .CALL OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,500 DRILLS Volvo BL70, 2003, 4x4, Extend-A-Hoe, EROPS, 24" Bkt, Like New . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$59,500 John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$150,000 MOTOR SCRAPERS Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320L, 1994, 24' drill, condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL carousel, dust collector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$162,500 Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL CRANES HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on rubber, operational . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 Cat 313B-CR, 2001, zero tailswing, A/C & AM/FM, JRB quick coupler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$93,000 Kobelco SK200LC Extra Long Reach, 1993, 32" TBG pads, 42' reach, nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . .$57,000 (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$255,000 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, JRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkt .$77,500 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working everyday . .$97,500 Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, work ready CALL Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000

Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 Drott 3330B Carry Deck, 7.5 ton capacity, dsl, 4 section boom 8' jib . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$14,500 Shuttlelift Model 3330 ELB Hyd. Carry Deck Crane, duel fuel, elec. winch w/remote control, exc. Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32,500

MISCELLANEOUS (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . .$4,000 ea.

ATTACHMENTS BUCKETS PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple Buckets in Stock -Call For Your Needs FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 (5) Cat 936/926/950 pallet forks, for a Balderson quick coupler, exc. cond. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,500 Ea Others Available Call Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection All Equipment is Owned & Operated By ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.


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MITA Holds Annual Trade Show and Conference

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he Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association (MITA) held its annual Conference and Trade Show Jan. 19 to 21 at Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort in Mount Pleasant, Mich. Mike Zalewski (L) and Dennis Kemeny greet attendees This year the theme was “Engage Your Inner Leader” and at Southeastern Equipment’s exhibit. featured keynote speaker Dr. Jerry Teplitz, a frequent guest on radio who has written six books on managing stress, management and leadership training, sales development and brain integration. His lectures focus on teaching people to have greater business and personal success through tapping into the power of their own personal energy systems. Other speakers included Rich Studley, president & CEO of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce; Kirk Steudle, director of the Michigan Department of Transportation; Greg Johnson, chief operations officer of the Michigan Department of Transportation; and Bill Rustem, director of strategy of the State of Michigan. Over the course of the three-day event, conference sessions covered a variety of subjects including the impact of Efficiency Production’s Mike Ross shares some tips on health care on businesses, clean diesel, MDOT issues, and trench safety. dealing with a changing economy. Major sponsors for the event included AIS Construction Equipment, ALTA Equipment Company, JDE Equipment Company and Michigan CAT.

Alta Equipment Company’s Bill Theile fills attendees in on his company’s line of Volvo construction equipment.

(L-R): The crew from AIS Construction Equipment Corp., Craig Williams, Rachel Lorraine, Amanda Smith and Greg Doyal welcome contractors at the show.

Scott Hinkle (L) and Clay Cutchins of Michigan CAT are ready to discuss Caterpillar equipment.

Brothers Glynn (L) and Craig Robinson of Rock ’n Rubble try an exercise in telekinesis during the keynote address by Dr. Teplitz.

Ritchie Bros. Bill Mason (L) and Steve Gorman explain to contractors about turning yellow iron into green.

Vince Voetberg (L) and Kevin Boyd of Jeffers Crane Service stay busy discussing crane equipment.

Pro-Tec Equipment’s Joe Cook talks about trenching and shoring with attendees.

Dave Park of JDE Equipment looks forward to sharing his knowledge of John Deere machines with attendees.


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PAVERS / ROAD WIDENERS CEDAR RAPIDS CR362L - ‘08 • Electric 8-16’ screed, Top Con Syst V, approx 900 hrs ...... ..............................................................................................................................$219,500 MIDLAND SP6 • ‘09 • Roadwidener, RH discharge to 6’, “legal load”, 750 hrs ......$89,000 MIDLAND SPD-8 • ‘10 • Roadwidener, LH or RH discharge to 8’, 165 hrs............$149,500 TEREX 662RM MTV w/Tub • ‘10, fully loaded Material Transfer Vehicle w/510 hrs .............. ..............................................................................................................................$395,500 CALL items may be on rent causing pricing and hours to vary.

MILLING MACHINES BOMAG MP1300 - ‘06 • 51” cutter, 4T, Frt Load, new pads, v. good cond, 675 hrs ............ ..............................................................................................................................$225,000 TEREX PR330T - ‘10 • 4 track, front loading, w/48” cutter, 290 hrs......................$275,950 TEREX PR165 - ‘09 • 4 wheel, front loading, w/24” cutter, 260 hrs ......................$207,000 WIRTGEN W50DC - ‘05 • 3 wheel, rear loading, new conveyor, 175 hrs ..............$120,950

ROLLERS INGERSOLL RAND SD105DX - ‘04 • 84" smooth drum soil with 1020 hrs ............$53,500 SAKAI CR270 - 36", 3000lb, 4000VPM, vibratory, 200 hrs......................................$13,500 SAKAI GW750 - ‘09 • 77” Vibratory Pneumatic Roller, 695 hrs and balance of EPTW ........ ................................................................................................................................$92,500 (2) SAKAI R2H-2’s - ‘10 • 3 whl art static, 350 psi, remaining std warranty and EPTW, approx. 100 hrs ea...........................................................................................$105,500 Ea. SAKAI R2H-2 - ‘10 • 3 whl art. static, 350 psi, remaining std warranty and EPTW, 165 hrs ................................................................................................................................$98,500 SAKAI SW300-1 - ‘09 • 39.2" Dbl Drum vib w/ 36 hrs ............................................$28,000 SAKAI SW652 - ‘09 • 58” Vib, remaining EPTW, 375 hrs ........................................$39,950 SAKAI SW652 - ‘10 • 58” Vib, remaining std warranty and EPTW, 125 hrs ............$84,000 SAKAI SW850II - ‘10 • 79” Vib, remaining std warranty and EPTW, 583 hrs ..........$89,500 SAKAI SW880 - ‘09 • 79” Vib, remaining std warranty and EPTW, 940 hrs ............$93,500 SAKAI SW880 - ‘10 • 79” Vib, remaining std warranty and EPTW, 600 hrs ..........$108,500 SAKAI SW800II - ‘09 • 67” Dbl Drm Vib, w/balance of EPTW, 580 hrs ..................$80,500 SAKAI SW850-2 - ‘10 • 79” Dbl Drm Vib w/balance of Std warranty and EPTW, 400 hrs .... ................................................................................................................................$94,500

RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR GRADALL XL 4100III - ‘10 • Demo, A/C up, b.carrier, no bucket, 300 hrs ............$254,950

CONCRETE PLANT JOHNSON ROSS MILLENIUM 1500 - ‘03 • Mobile Central Mix Plant w/Twin 15cu. yd Drums, 450+ cu. yd./hr ..........................................................................................$695,000

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CRANES MANITOWOC 11000 100 TON CAPACITY CRAWLER CRANE, 2008, with 200’ Main Boom, 60’ Jib, Counterweight & Side Frame Removal Systems, 74,970 lb. Counterweight, 2050 Hours .. ......................................................................CALL GROVE RT760 60 TON CAPACITY ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 1993, with Cat Diesel, 110’ PowerPinned Boom, 32’ to 56’ Telescopic Offsettable Swingaway, Main & Auxiliary Hoists, 29.5x25 Tires, Ready to work ..........Reduced to $199,900 GROVE RT760E 60 TON CAPACITY ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 2008, (Several Available) with Cummins Diesels, 36’ to 110’ Booms, 33’ to 56’ Offsettable Bi-Fold Swingaway Extensions, Model HO30 Main & Auxiliary Hoists, 29.5x25 Tires, block & ball ..................................................CALL GROVE TM890 90 TON HYDRAULIC TRUCK CRANE, 1991, with a 114’ full power boom, 33’ to 58’ Telescopic Offsettable Swingaway, Grove Model HO30B-26 Main and Auxiliary Hoists, Cummins 6BT5.9 superstructure engine, on a Grove 8x4 carrier with a Cummins NTC400 Big Cam III diesel, 13 speed Roadranger, and a Nelson tandem-axle boom dolly ................................CALL MANITOWOC 777 200 TON CRAWLER CRANE, 2000 model, 220' main boom, 40' fixed jib, hoists with free-fall option, 48" track shoes, Series II counterweight, self-assembly package, Cummins diesel, third drum, 7000 hours, job ready ....CALL

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“Peel And Stick” Engine Preheater The ‘peel & stick’ Universal Preheater attaches to the bottom or the side of the oil pan and converts the housing into a heat transfer element. It warms the oil without burning it making cold starts easy. It can be used on gearboxes, transmissions, transfer cases, water tanks and even bulk oil tanks. The Preheater plugs into any 120 or 240 volt outlet and consists of a thin silicone fiberglass pad containing a metal grid. To install it, you clean an area on the bottom or side of the oil pan and press the pad onto it, then use silicone to seal the edges of the pad and place a flexible ceramic insulation pad over it. It is available in several models depending on the lube capacity. A 50 watt unit sells for $42 and a 350 watt unit sells for $133. NEW: The Universal Filter Preheater is designed for diesel fuel filter housings, for lube oil and hydraulic filters too (specify hyd. size). It wraps around the filter housing and reduces or eliminates the possibility of cold weather fuel gelling stopping the engine. It is easily removable and transferable and is wired for your choice of: direct current or alternating current or a convertible model combining dc and ac. A standard 12V or 24V Universal Fuel Filter Preheater is priced at $138.

Aspen Equipment Promotes Foster to VP of Sales Operations Aspen Equipment Company has recently promoted Todd Foster to vice president of sales operations. Foster will be responsible for operational sales support. This includes overseeing Aspen Equipment’s inside-sales department, purchasing, parts and warehouse, rentals and project management/engineering department. In the 14 years since he joined Aspen Equipment, Foster has amassed a wealth of experience in the truck equipment industry, according to the company. During his career at Aspen Equipment, Foster has been responsible for numerous key improvements within the company. “Todd has elevated the efficiency levels throughout the company,” said Tom Cherne, Aspen’s COO. “The effects have proven themselves over the past couple of years as we, like most businesses, have had to streamline as the current economic environ-

ment has dictated.” While Foster has brought forth many improvements prior to his new role, the evolving chassis technology, combined with advancements in mountable equipment will continue to demand an ever higher level of sophistication marrying the two together. “We pride ourselves on supplying and building the highest quality products in the industry. We want our customers to rest assured that when they purchase a piece of equipment from us that its been thoroughly thought out; from the initial vocational concept through the final delivery,” Foster said. About Aspen Equipment Aspen Equipment has more than 90,000 sq. ft. of production space and locations in Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska. For more information, visit www.aspenequipment.com/news.html.


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Nearly 300 Chicago Area Bridges ‘Structurally Deficient’

CHICAGO (AP) Drivers on a Milwaukee Avenue bridge just north of Libertyville can’t see what’s below — a pile of debris filled with hefty chunks of concrete that used to be part of the span. The more than 23,000 motorists who drive over that bridge each day can’t see the rusty, exposed support beams of the bridge. They don’t notice tiny pieces falling from the bridge into the water below as cars pass overhead. They probably don’t realize it’s one of hundreds of bridges in the six-county Chicago and suburban area listed as “structurally deficient” in federal and state bridge inspection records. Inspectors list the Milwaukee Avenue bridge as being in “serious condition,” but 11 bridges in the region are in even worse shape. Inspection reports show bridges in Lombard, Rolling Meadows, Warrenville and Villa Park are among those listed in “critical condition.” One of every 13 bridges in the six-county area is listed as structurally deficient, according to a Daily Herald analysis of data from the Federal Highway Administration and the Illinois Department of Transportation. Illinois is in better shape than most states, yet transportation officials say finite funding and construction timing will always keep some of the state’s bridge inventory in shoddy condition. At the same time, infrastructure experts worry bridges in the worst shape may not be first in line for funding even now, three years after the collapse of the I-35W bridge over the Mississippi River in Minnesota killed 13 people. Fixing bridges is a priority, said Sarah Wilson, a bridge maintenance engineer of the Illinois Department of Transportation who said none of the bridges are unsafe for drivers. “As many as 20 projects [regionally] are under way,” she said. “But there are bridges that are being brought on the [deficient] list as others are being taken off. “ There are 293 structurally deficient bridges in the metropolitan region — Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry and Will counties, according to the state and federal data. Those counties contain 3,691 bridges in all. More than half of the deficient bridges — 153 — are in Cook County, 78 of them in the suburbs. Will County has 45 deficient bridges. Kane County is home to 27. DuPage County has 23. Lake County’s tally is 23. And McHenry County holds 22. Drivers can’t always tell which bridges are bad. Potholes tell only a small part of the story. A bridge over Salt Creek in Rolling Meadows, for example, is barely noticed by drivers on busy Algonquin Road. But underneath, inspectors say, supports holding up the roadway are failing, resulting in the

bridge’s “critical” rating. The 39-year-old bridge is scheduled for replacement next year, state transportation officials said. The Butterfield Road bridge over the West Branch of the DuPage River in Warrenville has similar defects. In Lombard, the Hill Avenue bridge over the East Branch of the DuPage River has deteriorating horizontal supports. The Ardmore Avenue bridge over railroad tracks in Villa Park is deficient in all inspection areas, state records show. All are listed as critical. Deterioration of the bridge’s roadway is the most common defect. The horizontal supports often wear out at the same rate as the roadway. Transportation experts say failing vertical supports can be the costliest defect to fix. Significant defects to a bridge may not be noticeable to the naked eye, IDOT officials said. Structural issues may occur within the bridge and may not appear outwardly as a flaw, experts said. A fresh coat of paint on a deteriorating bridge can hide defects from the layman, but not bridge inspectors, engineers who either work on contract or as employees of transportation departments. Bridges are rated in three areas on a scale of nine to zero, with nine being the best and a zero being so bad the bridge has been closed — which hasn’t happened in the sixcounty region, transit officials say. Any time the bridge scores a four or lower on one or more of the three inspection areas, it goes on the deficient list, Wilson said. The lower the score, the more likely a bridge will receive funding for repairs or replacement. The worst bridges in the suburbs — including the examples in Rolling Meadows, Warrenville, Lombard and Villa Park — score a two. Transportation authorities say even that doesn’t indicate dangerous conditions, though heavy trucks might be banned. “Just because a bridge is structurally deficient doesn’t mean the bridge shouldn’t be traveled on,” said Nancy Singer, a Federal Highway Administration spokeswoman. “Those bridges should just be paid more attention to with more frequent inspections and use of load postings to reduce the amount of weight on the bridge. It doesn’t mean it should be closed.” IDOT is responsible for maintaining most of Illinois’ bridges. The Illinois State Toll Highway Authority, counties, townships, municipalities and other government agencies take care of the rest. Some transit agencies do a worse job than others of maintaining those bridges. While one in 13 bridges is deficient overall, the analysis shows that one out of every seven bridges maintained by a municipality in the six-county area is deficient, or 15 percent of the 728 municipal bridges. Making sure bridges in the worst condition receive priority funding should be the

paramount concern, but infrastructure experts worry there’s no way to make sure that’s the case. Components of the Hill Avenue bridge in Lombard, for example, have been in critical condition for years, said village engineer Dave Dratnol. Weight limits are posted to keep heavy trucks off the bridge, which is unlikely to be fixed before 2014. Meanwhile, a Golf Road bridge in Rolling Meadows was fixed this year, though it was in better condition than the Lombard bridge. Money is one reason. Towns typically pay 20 percent of repair costs for bridges they control, with the rest in federal dollars. “It’s a matter of budget priorities,” Dratnol said. “Routine maintenance gets performed, but when it gets to major expenditures of millions of dollar, that’s not a simple line item in the budget.” A U.S. General Accounting Office study in July criticized the federal government for allowing bridges that weren’t rated deficient to receive repair dollars. IDOT officials say several factors merge with the inspection ratings to determine which bridges are first in line for repairs. Accident data, load limits and traffic volumes are considered. Some 52,000 cars use the Rolling Meadows bridge each day while 4,600 use the Lombard bridge daily, the reports indicate. Experts say ratings also can vary among bridge inspectors, partly because of differences in how standards are applied and, some believe, because some inspectors emphasize a bridge’s poor condition to reel in funding for repairs or replacement. That can make it difficult to know which bridges need attention first. Though bridge inspectors take mandatory classes with a goal of consistent ratings, “it never works out that way,” said John Frauenhoffer, a Champaign structural engineer who has inspected bridges across Illinois. Inspectors “sometimes rate things for the purpose of gimmicking the funds,” said Frauenhoffer, past president of Illinois Society of Professional Engineers. “They have motivation to get a dire outcome because it puts the bridge higher on the priority list,” added Joseph Schofer, director of the Infrastructure Technology Institute at Northwestern University in Evanston. “I don’t think anyone is cheating, but the whole system is designed to score low.” IDOT spokesman Guy Tridgell disagreed, saying the inspectors’ classes every five years and other processes make sure funding goes where the need is greatest. “The work of inspectors is checked by the program manager,” Tridgell said. Bridge repair is a Sisyphean task. Like the Greek myth of the impudent king

spending eternity rolling a boulder uphill, the job of bringing bridges up to snuff never ends. Transportation experts say it would take tens of billions of dollars to repair all 2,373 deficient bridges in Illinois, which ranks third highest in the nation for total number of bridges. Illinois pays for bridge repairs and other transportation needs with a 19-cent tax on every gallon of gas sold in the state, plus receives a portion of the federal government’s gasoline taxes. But that isn’t enough: two recent state borrowing packages worth $5 billion went toward road and bridge improvements. Yet, many states are worse off. While 9 percent of Illinois’ 26,263 bridges statewide are structurally deficient, the national average is 11.8 percent, according to the Federal Highway Administration’s data. Pennsylvania, with almost as many bridges as Illinois, has 27.2 percent listed as deficient, according to federal bridge inspection records. Even before the Minnesota bridge collapse in 2007, Illinois had gradually begun to make progress in fixing deficient bridges, whittling those marked deficient down from 11.1 percent in 2000. Minnesota’s I-35 bridge had been rated structurally deficient in 1990, underwent repairs in 2001, and again was rated deficient in 2005, according to news reports. It was not set for major rebuilding until 2020. After the collapse, gusset plates that were connected to bridge beams were deemed to be a half-inch thinner than they should have been, contributing to the disaster. But that wasn’t the solitary cause. “There were multiple causes associated with that, and it was an extraordinary failure,” Schofer said. “It’s like life: It’s a bunch of little things.” In the aftermath, every agency in charge of maintaining bridges throughout Illinois was put on alert to inspect bridges again, focusing on points where the Minnesota bridge failed and on similar types of bridges. “It was a truss [bridge] that failed,” Wilson said. “So we did more in-depth inspection and analysis of our trusses to make sure the same type of failure couldn’t occur here. We’ve got several bridges of that type, but one of the causes of the collapse was that it wasn’t designed properly. And we also added an emphasis on inspection of the gusset.” Illinois transportation experts contend none of the bridges open to the public is dangerous. “If we had a bridge that we considered unsafe, it would be closed,” Wilson said. “We don’t leave unsafe bridges open.”


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Murphy Tractor & Equipment Company Inc. has opened a new branch facility in Kansas City, Mo., at 8600 NE Parvin Road, one mile east of Interstate 435, just south of Worlds of Fun. Doors will open for business on Feb. 21 and the branch will be closed on Feb. 18 to facilitate the move. A grand opening celebration is planned for May. The new 45,000 sq. ft. facility sits on 9.5 acres and includes 11 service bays, large parts and sales departments, a spacious equipment yard and easy truck access. It is about three times the size of the current building, which is just 2 miles south of the new site, according to the company. Phone numbers will remain the same, 816/483-5000. “We are very proud of our new facility. It was designed with two things in mind – our customers and our employees. The extreme loyalty of both these groups made the project possible. We are pleased to offer the most state-of-the-art repair equipment available, along with a staff of highly trained, hard working employees who are prepared to provide the highest level of customer service in the industry,” said Regional Manager Matt McNett. Murphy Tractor is headquartered in Wichita, Kan. The organization has 24 locations throughout the mid-western states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Ohio. For more information, visit www.murphytractor.com.


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Caterpillar 24H Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale...... Caterpillar 416 Backhoe/Loader, 1:32 Scale.. ..................................................................$90 ..................................................................$75

Caterpillar D11T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........................................................$85

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Allis-Chalmers HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ..............$70 Allis-Chalmers HD-41 Dozer, 1:25 Scale........................$185

Fiat-Hitachi 160.2 Wheel Loader, 1:32 Scale ..................................................................$40

International TD-24 Ag/Crawler, 1:50 Scale ....................$40 International TD-25 Dozer, 1:87 Scale..............................$40

Bantam C-35 Crawler Backhoe, 1:50 Scale......................$60

JCB 3CX Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............................$45

Bantam C-35 Crawler Shovel, 1:50 scale ........................$65

JCB 456 ZX Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ............................$65

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Komatsu D51 EX Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..................................$60 Caterpillar 302.5 Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ..................$35 Caterpillar 323D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale............................$50 Caterpillar 320D Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..............................$65 Caterpillar 365B Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..............................$65

Komatsu D51 PX Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..................................$60 Komatsu D375 Dozer, 1:50 Scale......................................$85 Komatsu GD655 Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale ......................$60 Komatsu HD605 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..............$70 Komatsu Mack Granite MP w/Talbert Lowboy Trailer, 1:50

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Caterpillar 432E Side Shift Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale $45

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Caterpillar 511OB Excavator, 1:50 Scale..........................$70

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Caterpillar D6K XL Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$45

Caterpillar 623G Elevating Motor Scraper, 1:50 Scale ....$35

Komatsu PC2000-8 Front Shovel, 1:50 Scale ................$225

Caterpillar D7E Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................$65

Caterpillar 725D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ................$30

Komatsu SK1020 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..............$40

Caterpillar D8R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale................$45

Caterpillar 797F Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ............$230

Komatsu SK1026 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..............$40

Caterpillar D10T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..............$85

Caterpillar 836G Landfill Compactor, 1:50 Scale ............$50

Link-Belt 3200 All Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ................$190

Caterpillar D11R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale..............$50

Caterpillar 924 G Versalink Wheel Loader: 1:50 Scale ..$40

Link-Belt 80100 Rough Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ........$165

Caterpillar D11T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..............$85

Caterpillar 950H Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale........................$45

LeTourneau Super C Scraper w/Cab, 1:50 Scale..............$80

Caterpillar 24H Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale........................$90

Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale..........................$45

Northwest 25-D Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ..............................$90

Caterpillar 140H Motor Grader w/ripper & scarifier, 1:50

Caterpillar 966A Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................$45

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(L-R): Rick Kontson and Brent Kolles of the Otsego City Public Works Department check out this Felling FT16I 20-ft. trailer with Felling sales representative Nate Uphus.

Officer Eric Sundby (L) and Officer Roger Istvanovich, commercial vehicle inspectors of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety were on hand throughout the event to answer questions about the new vehicle requirements that soon go into effect in Minnesota.

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charber & Sons, who is celebrating more than 95 years of business, held an open house Jan. 26 in Rogers,

Minn. Representatives were on hand from Toro, John Deere, Stihl, Felling Trailers and Woodsman.

(L-R): Jake Heinz of Hanover, Minn., Jerry Sechler of Loftness Attachments and Eric Larson of Minnesota Equipment Solutions take a look at the Loftness tree and brush unit on this John Deere 333D.

Ariens Sales Partner Dale Shequen is ready to battle what’s left of winter with a number of Ariens snow products, snowblowers and commercial brooms.

District Sales Manager Pat McNamara and Sales Coordinator Tanya Stuber of Toro’s Dingo Sitework Systems show the features of the versatile Toro Dingo TX-S25 and STX-26.

Brent Gustafson (L) of Minnesota Vets Home, Minneapolis, Minn., chats with Dan Scharber of Scharber & Sons in front of this Woodsman 750 chipper.


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JRB Partners With Paladin to Produce Couplers Add a quick coupler to an excavator and turn it into a multi-tasking, time saving advantage. Contractors want them light, yet robust, fast and easy to engage with attachments — at the same time providing top safety features to ensure that their high-dollar equipment investments and workers are safe. Couplers Weren’t Always Popular When JRB started manufacturing excavator couplers, contractors were still trying to grasp the concept. A contractor’s only coupler choice was a dedicated pin spacing coupler that attached to one particular pin diameter and pin spread, or the center line of one pin to the center line of the other. This was great for picking up similar types of attachments or multiple attachments within a brand, which often worked well because many contractors were still dedicated to one or two main brands. JRB’s dedicated pin spacing coupler evolution began… 1988 — CamLoc: The locking mechanism rotates on a cam-like device to grab and lock around the link pin. Contractors can stay in the cab and switch between multiple attachments without having to manually knock out or align pins. 1993 — SlideLoc: A linear wedge slides into a groove underneath the link pin for a tighter, safer hold. Contractors that switch out attachments semi-regularly find it very effective, while those that rarely change attachments find it can get stuck over time. 1996 — PinLoc: It also uses a wedge that secures to the link pin, but it requires manual placement of a pin to prevent the wedge from getting stuck, providing the same tight hold without the need to retract the coupler regularly. This is still available today. 1996 — SmartLoc: For contractors that don’t want to get out of the cab, this is the ideal mesh of safety and convenience. Using the same wedge system, it has a springloaded arm that requires the contractor to curl the coupler up and make contact with the excavator stick. The mechanical arm pivots around a spring-loaded axle and secures

JRB has partnered with Paladin.

the coupler until the operator unlocks it by pushing a button in the cab. This also is still available today. Improving Coupler Compatibility As couplers became more popular, contractors wanted more versatility. Along came the modern day multi-pin grabber coupler, which has a pivoting jaw on the rear end that adjusts to any pin diameter, ear spread and pin spread within a specific class. Every manufacturer’s coupler has different measurements, so this makes it easier for a contractor to find a wide array of compatible

attachments. 2002 — RotoLoc: A pivoting rear jaw locks hydraulically by utilizing a cam-like device that goes over the stick pin. A gravity lock comes down in front of the stick pin and prevents the cylinder pivot from retracting. This lock also keeps the attachment from falling off should something happen to the rear lock arrangement. New JRB VersaLoc Combines Safety, Versatility Today, safety is the top concern contractors have about couplers, so in 2009, JRB

developed the VersaLoc to put those concerns to rest. The multi-pin grabber coupler has three safety locking mechanisms: • Slide wedge style lock that captures the link pin, which is locked with a pilot operated check valve that locks the cylinder so it can’t retract if hydraulic pressure is lost. • Redundant (two) pivoting locking arms that pivot from side to side and into place to prevent the wedge from retracting. • Spring-loaded detent lock for the stick pin and link pin for redundant locking in the front and back. This virtually eliminates see PARTNERS page 24


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accidental retraction in the case of operator error. The JRB VersaLoc offers a low offset, with the least amount of distance from the new pin location from its original pinpoint. This ensures that the contractor will achieve maximum lifting strength and range of motion with every attachment. It is compatible with pin spreads ranging from 13.7 to 24.9 in. (35 to 63 cm) and pin diameters from 2.5 to 4.3 in. (6 to 11 cm) on excavators from 25,000 to 100,000 lbs. (11,340 to 45,359 kg). Guaranteed Accident Prevention No matter what coupler you use, here are a few safety tips that — if followed — will virtually eliminate all accidents: • Never touch the switch or control buttons to lock or unlock the coupler until the attachment and coupler is fully curled. • Never lift or connect any attachment from any other point except the lift eye. • Perform a ground test every time you connect an attachment: With the excavator stick in the vertical position, lift the attachment 4 to 6 in. (10 to 15 cm) off the ground in a safe, clear area. With mid to high RPMs on the engine, try to uncurl the attachment and push the stick out at the same

time. If the attachment stays attached, an accident won’t occur. • Ensure that the control box is located where the operator can see the appropriate lights and hear the buzzer at all times. • Anytime maintenance is performed on the hydraulic hoses or cylinder, or when you attach a new coupler, lock and unlock the hydraulic cylinder 25 to 30 times without an attachment to ensure it works properly. • Inspect your coupler and attachments every day for obstructions (rocks, sticks, etc.) or fatigue, cracking and welding issues. JRB regularly offers safety training through its qualified dealer network free of charge. Operators, ground people, supervisors, parts staff and mechanics can all use these classes to prevent accidents before they happen. The Future Of Couplers After recently becoming part of Paladin Construction Group, JRB now has financial backing, support and more than 25 years of engineering experience. JRB will soon introduce an excavator coupler with hydraulic controls integrated into the coupler cylinder, which will reduce install time, ease of install and increase reliability. For more information, call 800/428-2538; or visit www.paladinconstructiongroup.com. Get the latest news online.

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Rototilt Attachments Useful for Wheel Excavators

Rototilt combines continuous rotation, 40 degree side tilt in each direction, and a hydraulic quick coupler all in one package.

With the maneuverability of wheeled excavators, and the flexibility of the Rototilt attachment, this versatile combination is ideal for highway, county, or municipal applications. Very common in Europe, wheeled excavators and the Rototilt attachments are becoming more popular in North America. Rototilt combines continuous rotation, 40 degree side tilt in each direction, and a

hydraulic quick coupler all in one package. It allows a bucket or other attachment to be rotated and tilted at the same time, making it simple to operate around or under obstacles, and for any type of ground contouring. The combination of continuous rotation and side tilt lets the worker approach the job from any angle. For more information call 519/754-2195 or visit www.indexator.us.


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JDPS Unveils New Power Rating for PowerTech 9.0L

John Deere Power Systems (JDPS) introduced a new generator drive Tier III emergency stationary power rating for its PowerTech E 9.0L diesel engine at POWER-GEN International 2010, Dec. 14 to 16 in Orlando, Fla. The new power rating for the PowerTech E 9.0L, 6090HFG86, is 345 kWm at 1,800 rpm. This rating offers customers a competitive advantage with a key power node of 300 kWe standby power in a 9.0L displacement, according to the manufacturer. The 345 kWm rating at 1,800 rpm currently is available in the JDPS lineup with a PowerTech Plus 13.5L, but the new PowerTech E 9.0L engine offers increased power density in a smaller package. This rating extends the PowerTech E 9.0L power range from 229 to 315 kWm to 229 to 345 kWm for emergency standby applications in the United States and Canada. The PowerTech E 9.0L features a fixedgeometry turbocharger, high-pressure common-rail fuel system, 4-valve cylinder head, The new power rating for the PowerTech E 9.0L, 6090HFG86, is 345 kWm at 1,800 air-to-air aftercooling and full-authority rpm. electronic controls, compact size and

increased power density. The engine offers quick-starting and clean-running performance for emergency standby gen-set applications. “PowerTech E technology is ideal for emergency stationary gen-set applications, delivering performance optimized for these applications and superior block-loading capability in every operating condition,” said Vincenzo Perrone, power generation business manager of JDPS. “The new 9.0L rating offers customers exceptional competitive advantage with increased power density in a compact size, allowing for more installation flexibility.” John Deere’s full lineup of generatordrive engines includes non-emissions certified; European Union Stage II and Stage III A; and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Tier I, II, III and Interim Tier IV models ranging from 2.4L to 13.5L of displacement and covering gen-set ratings from 42 to 634 hp (31 to 473 kW). For more information, visit www.johndeere.com/jdpower.

Hyster Company Unveils Next Generation of Electric Lift Truck Hyster Company has unveiled its next generation of electric lift trucks. The new Hyster E30-40XN series delivers lifting capacities of 3,000 to 4,000 lbs. (1,361 to 1,814 kg) and offers significant performance and versatility for a wide variety of material handling applications. “The E30-40XN series is one of the most operator-friendly ACpowered lift trucks in the world,” said Brett Schemerhorn, vice president of dealer sales, Hyster Company. “It sets a new standard in electric lift trucks by lowering overall operating costs and energy consumption while maximizing productivity. You can count on this workhorse to get the job done.” The series includes: • newly designed, operator compartments • sixteen percent more floor space • relocated multifunction dis-

plays that ensure enhanced visibility and precise pallet control • improved brake pedal layout • auto deceleration system, which reduces operator fatigue • steel hood that provides for maximum battery service access By utilizing AC motors and transistor controller technology for both the traction and hydraulic systems, Hyster has reduced the frequency and cost of maintenance. The Hyster-designed thermal management system continuously monitors the E30-40XN series’ controller and motor temperature and, upon identifying irregularity, the system protects the component by automatically adjusting truck performance, according to the manufacturer. According to the VDI Energy Cycle Standardized Test, the E3040XN series consumes the lowest amount of energy when compared to similar lift trucks. As an addi-

tional benefit to reducing the environmental impact, better energy utilization results in increased savings and return on investment. “This is a tough, smart and purpose-built lift truck,” Schemerhorn said. “It’s what you expect from Hyster.” About Hyster Company Based in Greenville, N.C., Hyster Company offers 130 models configured for gasoline, LPG, diesel and electric power, with a capacity range from 2,000 to 115,000 lbs. Hyster Company is an operating division of NACCO Materials Handling Group Inc. (NMHG), which employs approximately 4,500 people worldwide. NMHG is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of NACCO Industries Inc. (NYSE:NC).

The Hyster E30-40XN series delivers lifting capacities of 3,000 to 4,000 lbs. (1,361 to 1,814 kg).


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Harley-Davidson Rebound to Motivate NDA Visitors Clyde Fessler, retired executive of HarleyDavidson Motor Company, is slated as keynote speaker at the 38th Annual National Demolition Association Convention March 5 through 8 at The Mirage in Las Vegas. He will tell the “HarleyDavidson Turnaround Story,” in which the last remaining American motorcycle manufacturer — facing heavy foreign competition — was able to recapture the highly competitive market. “We chose Clyde as our keynote speaker because he has beaten the odds in a highly competitive marketplace,” said Michael R. Taylor, executive director of the National Demolition Association. “We know he can help inspire our convention attendees to do the same thing in their industries.” A true motorcycle enthusiast and owner of six Harley-Davidsons, Fessler is a dynamic motivational speaker who demonstrates how he combined products, people and processes to build a brand, exceed customer expectations, define goals and objectives, and create a passion for the company at both a corporate management and employee level. The educational breakout sessions at the convention — the largest exposition of demolition equipment and services in the world — begin with “Identifying Refrigerated Appliances,” presented by Adam Dykstra, co-founder of Rapid Recovery, a leading refrigerant recovery service provider, and “Regulatory Issues in Refrigerant Recovery,” by Evelyn Swain of the U.S. EPA who will discuss the proper handling of refrigerants. Nathan Brainard, vice president of Insurance Office of America, will present a session entitled

“Insurance Matters,” on policy issues which significantly impact the demolition and recycling industries, while Jay L. Jacobs of CMS Energy will address the topic of the importance of Personal Protective Equipment at the job site in his session “You’ve Got to be Putting Me On!” Ray Passeno, current president of the National Demolition Association, along with Ed Ayers of OnClick Inc. will present a tour of the many resources available on the NDA Web site entitled “NDA Web site: The Source for All Things Demolition.” On March 8, the convention will offer a repeat of all sessions, as well as an industry round table “NDA: Current and Future Challenges Facing the Demolition Industry” moderated by Mark Shaurette, assistant professor at Purdue University and co-author of the groundbreaking book Demolition: Practices, Technology and Management. During the convention, the exhibit hall at The Mirage Event Center will be open from March 6 through 8. Other highlights of this year’s NDA Convention with the theme “The Magic is Back” are the Annual Golf Tournament at Paiute Gold Resort on March 5, the Opening Night Cocktail Reception on March 6, buffet breakfasts on March 7 and 8, “The Magic is Back” theme party/magic show featured magicians Kevin James, Jason Byrne, and Mac King on March 7. The final day of the convention, March 8, ends with the annual banquet. For more information, call 800/541-2412 or visit www.demolitionassociation.com.

Clyde Fessler, who played a key role in turning around the fortunes of Harley-Davidson Motor Co., is the keynote speaker at National Demolition Association Convention March 5 through 8 in Las Vegas.

New Bull Hog HDT Rotor System Offers Four Tool Options Fecon Bull Hogs are now available with the new HDT rotor system. The shape of the new tool bodies, stronger tool holder design, and a staggered tool pattern all add to enhanced mulching performance, according to the manufacturer. In some models a step-tool pattern also is available. The improved efficiency of the rotor enables more production for the same horsepower while maintaining maxi-

mum durability to improve production levels. With all of these new elements combined the Bull Hog HDT offers optimal cutting efficiency, according to the manufacturer. Fecon’s HDT rotor system also can be equipped with four different tool options including three unique carbide options and a knife tool that allows contractors to quickly configure their mulcher to diverse conditions. Standard dual-carbide tools provide all-

around reliability and performance for most contractors. Narrow single carbides deliver a faster cut with carbide durability and coarser finish. The stone tools provide added durability and wear characteristics against rock and abrasion. The knife provides increased production capability for jobs with low risk of rock or highly abrasive conditions. For more information, call 800/5283113 or visit www.fecon.com.


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Powerscreen Offers Electric, Diesel Dual Power Screens Powerscreen dual power screens give their users a choice between diesel and electric power. The additional electric/hydraulic drive system can be connected into an external electricity supply and the choice of an alternative energy source provides an option to avoid fuel price increases and addresses environmental requirements mandated by legislation. The Powerscreen dual power system provides flexibility to address a number of challenges and opportunities, such as in areas where electricity is cheaper than diesel fuel; and in parts of the United States where only electricity is permitted onsites. There is now a choice of genuine mobile dual power screens with quick and easy setup. Once positioned onsite and connected to an external electricity source, the unit can be switched to operate on electricity, meaning it will have zero emissions. The track screen retains all the benefits of a mobile machine. The Powerscreen dual power mobile screens can operate on diesel fuel oil or on an electricity source;

reducing diesel fuel oil consumption, operating costs and depending on set up, may reduce machine downtime due to reduced refueling and engine servicing. Dual Power is ideal for sites with: • Any quarry, mining, sand-pit, coal, washing and aggregate processing application where a Powerscreen screen is used • Only electricity is permitted • Electricity is freely available or generated onsite • Complete crushing spreads run using a stationary genset • Electricity is preferred over diesel fuel • Electricity is cheaper than diesel fuel • Diesel fumes are not permitted, e.g. underground • Environmental, legislative and/or noise constraints are present • In the event of an electricity shortage, the Powerscreen dual power screen can continue to run on diesel fuel oil, or vice versa For more information, visit www.terexpegson.com or www.powerscreen.com.

The Powerscreen dual power mobile screens can operate on diesel fuel oil or on an electricity source.

New Package Keeps Bandit Chipper Owners Running Bandit Industries Inc. has added its productivity package, powered by MasterTrak, to its product offering. This asset management tool communicates directly with the engine and monitors engine and equipment problems, reducing costly, unexpected failures that impact the bottom line. The productivity package is standard on all new whole tree chippers and horizontal grinders, and is available as an option for the stump grinder and hand-fed chipper line. The MasterTrak Productivity Package also can be added to existing units out in the field. Remote diagnostics provided by the productivity package have demonstrated savings in: • Reduced breakdowns • Improved preventive maintenance scheduling based on usage • Improved vehicle utilization rates • Reduced repair costs • Improved technician productivity The benefits of well-timed maintenance and parts replacements not only prevent job site machine failures, but also ensure a better price tag at the time of resale, according to the manufacturer. The productivity package allows for runtime reports, which summarizes run hours and alarm counts, to quickly identify prob-

lems. An on-line display of equipment condition and alarm history helps reduce unnecessary trips to the site. Alert notifications assist in preventing equipment abuse by sending out automated email notifications for alarms and fault codes. The GPS Mapping feature, known as “Bread

Crumbs”, allows tracking of machines from job to job, aides in theft recovery, and provides maps and driving directions for efficient logistics. “This new option will be especially helpful in states with strict air quality control and emission standards,” said Ray Eluskie, mar-

The productivity package is standard on all new whole tree chippers and horizontal grinders and is available as an option for the stump grinder and hand-fed chipper line.

keting manager of Bandit Industries. “The productivity package automatically records run-time, travel logs and other information required by air quality agencies, saving you time and providing accurate logs.” In addition to accurate tracking, the package also allows for monitoring of equipment maintenance from a remote location. “Keeping tabs on the machine is as easy as looking at the screen, and monitoring, say, the radiator temperature,” Eluskie explained. “You see that the engine temperature is getting too hot, so you call your guy in the field and tell him, ‘Hey, check that radiator screen, the engine is overheating.’ “You’re preventing a trip out to fix the machine, and preventing damage to the unit by monitoring its use at all times.” Rental companies also will see the benefits, as they can keep an eye on their equipment’s position and key components from a distance, according to the manufacturer. “Rental customers can be rough on the equipment,” said Eluskie. “Adding the productivity package to Bandit chippers allows rental managers to keep a close eye on scheduled maintenance and the number of hours on the chipper.” For more information, call 800/952-0178.


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New ‘Green Machine’ Provides Another Alternative in Sennebogen Line Sennebogen LLC has introduced a new model green line material handler for American markets, designed to offer more choice to operators in the heavy duty lifting and loading applications. The Sennebogen 860 M is a 165,000 lb. (74,843 kg) rubber-tired material handler designed for use in heavy duty lifting applications such as scrap recycling yards, steel works and port facilities. The new 860 model also is available as a crawler-mounted “R-HD” model in the 180,000 lb. (81,646 kg) range, as well as in a wide range of optional configurations including rail, barge, gantry and stationary pedestal mounts. According to Constantino Lannes, president of Sennebogen LLC, the 860 M and R-HD models fill a gap in the green line line-up between the existing models 850 and the 870. It has been designed to out-reach and out-lift similar machines in this size range. To further enhance its productivity, the 860 also is available with numerous boom and stick configurations depending upon the application. Two different cabs are available with the Sennebogen 860. Along with the standard D270 maXCab, the 860 can be equipped with Sennebogen’s D300/260 hydraulically elevating cab, which gives operators the ability to adjust the cab upward and forward. Each of these cabs includes the latest

D-Series features from Sennebogen such as a sliding entry door, roof-to-floor front window and extensive guarding. Lannes said that introducing a new model in this size range is a response to increasing customer interest in larger, higher capacity machines. “We see a greater demand among recyclers who are building around high capacity shredders and higher volume processes. Our port customers are attracted to the fuel efficiency of our machines, shifting away from converted excavators to install equipment that achieves faster loading cycles with longer reach.” Powered by a 364 hp (271 kW), 11-L Cummins, this machine delivers a generous power profile for extended operating cycles with low fuel consumption. Like other Sennebogen material handlers, the 860 models can be ordered with electric power, as stationary or tethered units. The swing gear is driven by a closed circuit loop with independent swing pump piggybacked on the main pump. Both mobile platforms provide an extra-wide stance allowing the machines to lift and swing full loads through a 360 degree arc. For more information, call 704/347-4910 or visit www.sennebogen-na.com.

Tramac has added the V4500 to its line of heavy breakers.

Tramac has added the V4500 to its line of heavy breakers. “Our customers wanted us to take the next step with our heavy breaker products,” said Joe Forth, general manager of Tramac. “It was specifically engineered to provide a higher energy per blow so that it can outperform other companies’ breakers in this category.” The V4500 boasts the same platform found in the V1800 and the V2500, and shares in the features of Tramac’s heavy breakers such as: • Blank-firing protection to prevent metal on metal contact, extending carrier, breaker and tool lifespan. • Pressure regulator valve to prevent overpressure and accidental overflow. • Reinforced suspension to absorb vibration that leads to premature wear to the boom. • Automatic pressure regulator ensures constant operation despite variations in flow or temperature. • Automatic frequency adaptation system for optimal beat per minute and strike force for the material being worked on. • Increased striking from an energy recovery feature that captures rebound energy and delivers it in the next blow. • Automatic greasing system prevents heat damage with no work stoppage to apply grease. For more information, visit www.TramacUS.com.


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2009 Kobelco 35SR EROPS, A/C, 380 Hrs ................................$41,000 2009 Boxer 322D 30” GP Bucket................................................$19,000 2008 Kobelco 80 CS EROPS, A/C, New, 545 Hrs ......................$70,000 2008 Kobelco SK 70 SR Steel or Rubber, EROPS, A/C, 425 Hrs $65,000 2008 Kobelco 17SR OROPS, Expandable Tracks, NEW ................P.O.R. 2007 Takeuchi TB138FR OROPS, Good Condition, 540 Hrs ......$35,000 2007 Kobelco 13SR OROPS, Exc. Cond., 185 Hrs ....................$17,000 2001 IHI 35NX OROPS, 18” Bkt, 3500 Hrs ................................$17,000

2008 NH B95B EROPS, A/C, 4WD, E-Hoe, Pilot Controls, 500 Hrs.......... ....................................................................................................$62,000 2008 JCB 214-4 EROPS, Heat, Ex-Hoe, GP Bucket, 50 Hrs ..........P.O.R. 2005 NH LB75B EROPS, 4WD, E-Hoe, 630 Hrs..........................$49,000 2005 Komatsu WB146-5 EROPS, 4WD, E-Hoe, 600 Hrs............$52,000 2002 Cat 420D EROPS, A/C, 4WD, E-Hoe ..................................$37,500 1994 JD 300D EROPS, 4WD ......................................................$18,000

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(2) 2008 Cat D6T XW EROPS, A/C ..........................................$239,000 2007 Cat D6K XL EROPS, A/C, 6-Way, 1325 Hrs ....................$135,000 2007 Cat D6N XL EROPS, A/C, Heat, Semi-U Blade, 1320 Hrs $162,000 2006 Cat D8T EROPS, A/C, SU Blade, 3730 Hrs ......................$355,000 2006 Cat 963C EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt, 2900 Hrs ........................$155,000 2006 Cat D5G LGP EROPS, A/C, 6-Way, 1900 Hrs ....................$75,000 2005 Cat D6R XW EROPS, A/C, Semi-U Blade, 6520 Hrs ........$140,000 2005 NH DC150B EROPS, A/C, Exc. Condition, LOW Hrs ..........$75,000 2005 JD 700J XLT EROPS, A/C, 6-Way, 3100 Hrs......................$75,000 2005 JD 700H LGP EROPS, A/C, 6-Way Blade, 3800 Hrs ..........$75,000 2004 JD 450H LT OROPS, 6-Way, 1300 Hrs ..............................$35,000 2004 Cat 963C EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt, 4200 Hrs ........................$127,000 2003 Cat 973C EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt ..........................................$95,000 2002 Cat 963C, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt, 8400 Hrs ........................$79,000 2002 Cat D3G XL OROPS, 6-Way, 1360 Hrs ..............................$32,500 2000 Cat D6M XL EROPS, A/C, 6-Way, 5120 Hrs ......................$57,000 2000 Cat D6R XL EROPS, A/C, Brush Guard, 11,830 Hrs ..........$95,000 1999 Cat D6R XL EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, 11,690 Hrs..................$87,000 1998 Cat D6M XL OROPS, 6-Way, 13,225 Hrs ..........................$42,000 1997 Cat D6R XL IG EROPS, A/C, Heat, 9,486 Hrs ......................P.O.R. 1994 Cat D6H XL EROPS, A/C, Sweeps ....................................$75,000 1979 Cat D6D OROPS, Str Blade ................................................$37,000 1989 JD 750B LT EROPS, Straight Blade, 8,400 Hrs..................$27,000 2001 NH DC 180 EROPS, A/C, Semi-U Blade, 4947 Hrs ............$39,000

COMPACTORS Stone PD43 48” Padfoot Roller ..................................................$11,500 2007 IR SD122F 84" Padfoot w/Blade, 177 Hrs..........................$85,000 2006 IR SD77DX 66" Smooth Drum, 500 Hrs ............................$50,000 2006 Cat CP433 E 66" Padfoot w/Blade, 603 Hrs ......................$47,500 2005 IR SD100D-TF 84" Smooth Drum, 500 Hrs ......................$69,500 2005 IR SD70D OROPS, 66" Smooth Drum, 787 Hrs ................$42,000 2004 IR SD70D 66” Smooth Drum, 830 Hrs ..............................$49,500 2003 IR SD100F 84" Padfoot, 609 Hrs ......................................$59,000 2003 IR SD77F 66" Padfoot w/Blade, 2961 Hrs..........................$32,000 1999 IR SD70F OROPS, 66" Padfoot, 2,500 Hrs ........................$35,000

2008 Komatsu WA200-6, EROPS, A/C, Traction Control, 665 Hrs .......... ....................................................................................................$85,000 2007 Cat 928GZ EROPS, A/C, Limited Slip Diff, 1737 Hrs ......$105,000 2007 NH W190, EROPS, A/C, 4.25 Yd GP Bkt, 900 Hrs ..........$145,000 2007 Kawasaki 65Z EROPS, A/C, 1200 Hrs ..............................$82,000 2007 Case 321E EROPS, A/C, RC, 35 Hrs ..................................$65,000 2006 NH LW190B EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt, 3575 Hrs......................$75,000 2006 Kawasaki 85Z EROPS, A/C, RC, 830 Hrs ........................$125,000 2006 JD 644J EROPS, A/C, RC, 12,245 Hrs ..............................$82,000 2005 Hyundai HL740-7 EROPS, A/C, 2325 Hrs..........................$55,000 2004 Kawasaki KSS50Z EROPS, GP BUCKET, 4370 Hrs............$49,000 2001 Volvo L220E EROPS, A/C, 7yd Bkt, Radio, RC, 13,745 Hrs ............ ....................................................................................................$98,000 2001 Cat 902 EROPS, QC, 2,200 Hrs ........................................$37,500 1996 Dresser 515C EROPS, GP Bucket......................................$25,000

FORKLIFTS 2007 SkyTrak 6042 EROPS/OROPS, 6000#, 42Ft, Tilt Car ........$52,000 2007 SkyTrak 6036 EROPS w/Heat, 6000#, 36Ft, Tilt Car, 700 Hrs ........ ....................................................................................................$52,000 2007 Lull 1044C-54 OROPS, 10,000#, 54Ft, 1100 Hrs ..............$72,000 2007 JLG G9-43A EROPS, Sidetilt, 9,000Lb, 43Ft, 1000 Hrs ....$61,000 2007 JLG G5-19A EROPS, 5,000Lb, 19Ft, 1550 Hrs ..................$40,000 2006 JLG G12-55A OROPS, 12,000#, 55Ft, 143 Hrs ....................P.O.R. 2005 Mustang 634 6,000Lb, 34Ft, 541 Hrs................................$38,000 2005 IR VR843C OROPS, 8,000#, 43Ft, 1700 Hrs ....................$29,000 2004 SkyTrak 6036 OROPS, 6000#, 36Ft, 2500 Hrs ..................$34,000 2004 JLG G9-43A OROPS, 9,000#, 43Ft, 1500 Hrs....................$44,000 2004 Gehl RS5 OROPS, 6,000#, 35Ft, 1890 Hrs........................$23,000 1998 IR VR90C OROPS, 6,000#, 2100 Hrs ................................$15,000 1998 Carelift 6044 6,000Lb, 44Ft, 3315 Hrs..............................$19,000 (5) 06-09 SkyTrak 8042 EROPS, 8000#, 42Ft, Tilt Carriage .................... ......................................................................................Start at $51,000 (3) 2006 Gehl RS5 OROPS, 6,000#, 35Ft, Exc. Cond....Start at $32,500

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Light Rail Transit System Construction Ready to Begin

LRT from page 1 ment, signal system, curb and gutter, sidePublic utilities that were moved included closely with the Met Council and its concity storm and sanitary sewer systems and tractor to resolve any construction related all Midwest-based companies, will build the walks and streetscape. Green energy savings include LED light- city water mains. Also, District Energy, challenges.” system. “Our hot water piping requires pre-heatThe Metropolitan Council, a seven-coun- ing, using recyclable materials and innova- which cools and heats most of downtown St. ing before backfilling to allow for adequate ty regional governmental body in the Twin tive mechanical strategies and insulation Paul had to relocate its piping system. Private utilities moved included Xcel pipe expansion, which required the contracCities, will own and operate the track sys- practices. Metropolitan Council documents add that electric and gas lines, and Comcast, Verizon, tor to be able to leave a trench open for a tem. period of time while maintaining traffic on Once completed, the pair of LRT tracks the conversion of the old Gillette building Qwest and Time Warner cables. Most of the utility moves to date have cross streets,” Axelson explained. will run primarily along all of University will save the cost of producing and deliver“To maintain heating and cooling service Avenue, a major, four lane arterial located in ing more than 12 million lbs. (5.4 million kg) been centered along nearly a mile long the city of St. Paul. At the east and west ends of concrete and thousands of pounds of steel. length of Fourth Street in downtown St. for the company’s customers, work was of University Avenue the tracks will split off Also, about 50,000 ln. ft. (15,250 m) of pil- Paul. Dozens of Komatsu and John Deere done during the off season for each facility,” onto other arterial routes into the downtowns ing supporting the existing floor and roof- backhoes, dozers and bobcats and Grove Axelson explained. “The HWP was moved cranes moved onto Fourth Street in October, in the summer while the CHWP was moved of St. Paul and Minneapolis. In St. Paul, the support columns will remain in place. Eventually, 12,300 tons (11,070 t) of steel 2009 for the start of utility relocations. in the winter.” terminous will be in front of the historic will be laid for the pair of tracks, of which 30 Kevin Ryan, manager of transitways conWhen necessary, District Energy provided Union Depot train station. In Minneapolis, the tracks will connect percent will be recycled steel, 2,540 ton struction for the Central Corridor LRT temporary piping to its customers requiring with the Hiawatha LRT line just east of the (2,286 t) of structural steel wil be placed Project added that work has been going as year round service and the company provided oversight of work relatMetrodome and travel the ed to the system. last mile over Hiawatha “Working together, we track and terminate at the were able to design and new Target Field Station execute appropriate and home of the sequencing modifications Minnesota Twins. in the field to accelerate The LRT will also conpipe installation with minnect to the Northstar comimal impacts to our cusmuter line at the Target tomers,” Axelson noted. Field Station. The Though much of Fourth Northstar line carries pasStreet has been shut down sengers between throughout the last year, Minneapolis and Big traffic was routed to other Lake, 40 mi. (64 km) to streets without disrupting the north. access to a variety of busiAlong the way, struc- A Komatsu backhoe backfills near a sewer manhole. Komatsu backhoe backfills a ditch containing a pair of nesses lining the street tural modifications will be Dozens of pieces of heavy equipment moved into down- A relocated DistricEnergy hot water pipe along Fourth according to city of St. made to three bridges on town St. Paul to complete the utility work Street in downtown St. Paul. Paul officials. the route to increase their Along with temporary sidewalks and a load capacities to safely carry the added with 85 percent of it coming from recycled well as expected. “Whenever you open a street in a down- network of a second story skyway system weight of the trains. Included in this list is the steel, copper for the station roofs and LED town area, you are going to encounter crossing over Fourth Street, pedestrians have Washington Avenue Bridge crossing the lighting. Also a stormwater rock infiltration system unknown utilities,” Ryan remarked. “We been able to negotiate in and around the busy Mississippi River and connecting the East and West bank campuses of the University will be installed under the curbs to filter out were sure that would happen. Nothing construction zone. of Minnesota. Over several hundred feet pollution before it is absorbed by the under- unique. It's been a typical, urban street excaThe skyways, in fact, became a birds eye vation.” long, it is the largest of the bridges and the ground soil. view for everyday workers and visitors to According to Metropolitan Council docuDistrict Energy St. Paul and District downtown St. Paul watching the construcmost expensive, $56 million to modify. Additionally, the vacant Bremer Bank ments, the project will create 800 direct con- Cooling St. Paul, headquartered in down- tion. Building in downtown St. Paul will be struction and management jobs annually town St. Paul along with its plant, had some One second level “sidewalk inspector” demolished to make room for the pair of over the length of the project along with hun- of the most extensive digging relocation remarked that “it’s been fascinating to watch tracks to make two partial, 45 degree turns dreds of more spinoff jobs in the construc- work along Fourth Street. Crews relocated the crews from the utilities work in and approximately 4,800 ft. (1,464 m) of hot on there way to and from the Union Depot. tion industry. Work on the twin rails began just north of water pipe (HWP) and 1,800 ft. (549 ) of around other utilities and at the same time Special features to this project include floating slab treatments approximately 1,450 the St. Paul downtown business district this chilled water pipe (CHWP) to make room keeping the buildings cool in the summer and warm in the winter without creating a ft (442 m ) along Washington Avenue on the past September. Beginning this March, how- for the LRT tracks. According to Nina Axelson, Director of nuisance for vehicular traffic!” East Bank campus of the University of ever, construction will kick into full gear at When the LRT is completed, the projectMinnesota to mitigate train-caused vibra- the St. Paul and Minneapolis border and Public Affairs for District Energy, the pair of ed travel time between the two downtowns tions that may affect nearby college labora- work east toward downtown St. Paul. All (HWP) operated by District Energy and will be less than 40 minutes and projected light rail will work will be completed by relocated ranged in size from 2/5 in. (5/13 tories. cm) to 20/25 in. (51/64 cm ) in diameter. The daily boardings by 2030 will be 41,000 pasAlong with the construction of the tracks, 2014. However, before workers and equipment (CHWP) ranged in size from 12 in. (30 cm) sengers. its power system, 18 stations and conversion Adjustments to current bus routes will of a large, vacant building once owned by begin laying the first rail, several under- to 18 in. (46 cm) in diameter. “District Energy and District Cooling also be made once the LRT is in operation. Gillette Company on the outer limits of ground utilities had to be moved out from downtown St. Paul to an operations and the future tracks in downtown St. Paul so work was performed under the Metropolitan Some of these changes include reducing the maintenance facility, construction will also utility workers in the future would be able to Council’s contract and construction done by number of bus rides on University Avenue include an entire street reconstruction in the access them for maintenance or possible the Met Council’s contractors and subcon- and adding new routes for riders to more tractors,” Axelson explained. “They worked easily access the LRT. CEG right of way. This will include new pave- repairs without interrupting train service.


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New Holland Names Kinsella Landscape Winner of ‘2010 Landscaper’s Challenge’ AIS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CORP. www.aisequip.com 3600 N. Grand River Ave. Lansing, MI 48906 517/321-8000 Fax: 517/321-4191 Grand Rapids 600 44th Street S.W. Grand Rapids, MI 49548 616/538-2400 Fax: 616/538-0449 Northeast Detroit 65809 Gratiot Avenue Lenox, MI 48050 586/727-7502 Fax: 586/727-7311 Saginaw 4600 AIS Drive P.O. Box 253 Bridgeport, MI 48722 989/777-0090 Fax: 989/777-1583 Traverse City 8300 M-72 East Williamsburg, MI 49690 231/267-5060 Fax: 231/267-5257

BRANDEIS MACHINERY & SUPPLY COMPANY www.brandeismachinery.com 1801 Watterson Tr. Louisville, KY 40299 502/491-4000 502/499-3195 Fax Evansville, IN 812/425-4491 812/425-1171 Fax Corbin, KY 606/528-3700 606/528-9014 Fax Lexington, KY 859/259-3456 859/254-0783 Fax Stanville, KY 606/478-9201 606/478-9208 Fax Paducah, KY 270/444-8390 270/575-4907 Fax Indianapolis, IN 317/872-8410 317/872-8417 Fax Ft.Wayne, IN 260/489-4551 260/489-1620 Fax South Bend, IN 574/233-8770 574/233-8775 Fax

COLUMBUS EQUIPMENT COMPANY

www.columbusequipment.com 65 East Kingston Ave. Columbus, OH 43207 614/443-6541 614/443-9673 Fax Toledo, OH 419/872-7101 Cincinnati, OH 513/771-3922 Richfield, OH 330/659-6681 Cadiz, OH 740/942-8871 Dayton, OH 937/879-3154 Canton, OH 330/453-4521 Painesville, OH 440/352-0452 Jackson, OH 740/288-0222 Piketon, OH 740/289-3757

ROAD MACHINERY & SUPPLIES COMPANY www.rmsequipment.com 5633 W Hwy 13 Savage MN 55378 952/895-9595 800/888-9515 Duluth, MN 218/727-8671 800/888-9535 Grand Rapids MN 218/328-5916 800/459-5916 Virginia MN 218/741-9011 800/752-4304 Des Moines IA 218/741-9011 800/555-1445 Sioux City IA 712/252-0538 800/633-9104 Cedar Rapids IA 319/363-9655 800/616-6615 Milan, IL 309/787-1742 800/633-9114

Greg Semmer, president of Kinsella Landscape Inc. (L), accepts the grand prize award for the “2010 Landscaper’s Challenge” from Dave December, marketing manager, New Holland Construction. A New Holland L170 skid steer loader worth more than $32,000 was presented to Kinsella Landscape for the best landscape design/build project of the year.

New Holland Construction and Lawn & Landscape magazine named Kinsella Landscape Inc., of Blue Island, Ill., as the winner of the “2010 Landscaper’s Challenge.” The grand prize — a New Holland L170 skid steer loader worth more than $32,000 — was presented to representatives of Kinsella Landscape during an award ceremony at the New Holland booth during the 2010 GIE+EXPO show in Louisville, Ky. The nationwide contest, sponsored by New Holland, showcased the best landscape design/build projects of the year. “New Holland is pleased to honor Kinsella Landscape as this year’s winner, and we congratulate the other semi-finalists and contestants for the challenges they overcame to complete their projects,” said Dave December, marketing manager, New Holland Construction. Kinsella Landscape turned a dilapidated backyard — surrounded by townhomes and an eight-story high-rise — into a “city chic” garden sanctuary for a family living in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. The narrow alleyway, mature shade trees, tall fence and confined work area limited the team’s choices of equipment to a skid steer loader. The company created a private area for entertaining and relaxing, complete with two bluestone patios, a curved path and stone planters constructed from limestone. The project took 450 man-hours to complete. Lawn & Landscape’s panel of industry judges selected Kinsella Landscape from the field of six semi-finalists based on the merits of their project’s design, overall appeal, material selection and workmanship.

Five other semi-finalists were selected by Lawn & Landscape magazine throughout the year: ��� Green Works Environmental, LLC, Allenwood, N.J. • K Morris Landscape Design, Inc., Oakdale, Pa. • C&S Landscaping of Virginia, Strasburg, Va. • Rain Men Landscaping and Irrigation, McDonald, Pa. • Sycamore Springs Landscape, Reading, Pa. The semi-finalists received $250 worth of New Holland merchandise. For more information, visit www.newholland.com.

Kinsella Landscape turned a dilapidated backyard — surrounded by townhomes and an eight-story highrise — into a “city chic” garden sanctuary for a family living in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.


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HISTORY LESSON:

Which compact grader has a 60 year USA Heritage?

1949

Allis Chalmers “D” 50 HP – 8,800 LBS

1954 Allis Chalmers “DD” 58 HP – 9,350 LBS

1971 Allis Chalmers “M65”

1979 Fiatallis “65B”

59 HP – 10,915 LBS

68 HP – 13,660 LBS

1995 Fiatallis “FG65C”

2004 NorAm “65E”

80 HP – 15,500 LBS

110 HP – 16,800 LBS

NorAm 65E | 110 HP | 16,800 LBS | 10' or 12' BLADE History is on our side. Our ancestry can be traced back to 1949 with the Allis Chalmers “D” to the FiatAllis “65B” and now the NorAm 65E with standard features such as a 53" Circle with “A” Frame Drawbar, Full Power Shift Transmission with Torque Converter, and Torque Proportioning Rear Differential, making it the highest resale value in its class. The NorAm 65E...Compact Grader with BIG Grader features.

We put the “Know” in Knowledge when it comes to Compact Motor Graders ILLINOIS

BIRKEY'S CONST. EQUIPMENT construction.birkeys.com Galesburg (309) 341-4360 Bloomington (309) 827-0520 Mattoon (217) 235-3158 Urbana (217) 337-1781

WEST SIDE TRACTOR SALES www.westsidetractorsales.com Naperville (630) 355-7150 Rockdale (815) 730-9011 Rockford (815) 961-3160 South Holland (708) 331-6362 Wauconda (847) 526-7700

DIAMOND EQUIPMENT www.diamondequipment.com Mt. Vernon (618) 242-2273

www.noram65.com

INDIANA

DIAMOND EQUIPMENT www.diamondequipment.com Evansville (812) 425-4428 MACALLISTER MACHINERY SALES/RENTALS www.macallister.com Indianapolis (317) 545-2151 Indianapolis (317) 244-RENT (7368) Fort Wayne (260) 483-6469 (heavy equipment) (260) 969-3322 (rental store)

Lafayette (765) 449-8191 (heavy equipment) (765) 446-5600 (rental Store) Terre Haute (812) 478-3155 (heavy equipment) (812) 231-6000 (rental store) South Bend (574) 288-6622 Washington (812) 254-1712 Bicknell (812) 735-0286 Bloomington (812) 349-9220 Fishers (317) 598-9700 Greensburg (812) 663-5829 Richmond (765) 966-0626 Yorktown (765) 759-2CAT (2228)

OHIO CAT www.OhioCAT.com Sharonville (888) 332-4658 (Sales & Service) (888) RENT-442 (Rental)

IOWA

KENTUCKY

DIAMOND EQUIPMENT www.diamondequipment.com Bowling Green (270) 781-1061

RTL EQUIPMENT, INC. www.rtlequipment.com Grimes (515) 986-0262

ERB EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.erbequipment.com Paducah (270) 554-1131

KANSAS

OHIO CAT www.OhioCAT.com Richwood (888) 446-4658

SELLERS EQUIPMENT www.sellersequipment.com Garden City (620) 275-9621 Olathe (913) 764-2011 Salina (785) 823-6378 Topeka (785) 862-0031 Wichita (316) 943-9311

WILSON EQUIPMENT CO. www.wilsonequipment.com Corbin (606) 528-0700 Lexington (859) 254-6443 Prestonburg (606) 874-8036

MICHIGAN

MILLER-BRADFORD & RISBERG www.miller-bradford.com Negaunee (906) 475-4181

MISSOURI

ERB EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.erbequipment.com Cape Girardeau (573) 334-0563 Cuba (573) 885-0500 Fenton (636) 349-0200 Wentzville (636) 463-2500

NEBRASKA

Cadiz (800) 837-6204 Canton (800) 837-6207 Zanesville (800) 837-6205 N. Canton (888) 736-8443 Oakwood Village (800) 633-1020

RTL EQUIPMENT, INC. www.rtlequipment.com Gretna (402) 332-2004

OHIO

OHIO CAT www.OhioCAT.com Broadview Heights (800) 837-6200 Columbus (888) 441-4658 (Sales & Service) (888) RENT-441 (Rental) Perrysburg (888) 339-4658 (Sales & Service) (888) RENT-442 (Rental) Sharonville (888) 332-4658 (Sales & Service) (888) RENT-440 (Rental) Troy (888) 330-4658 Youngstown (800) 837-6203

WALKER MACHINERY www.walker-cat.com Athens (740) 539-6100 Jackson (740) 286-7566 Sales & Support (740) 286-8330 Rental Store

Built from a lineage of market leaders for over 60 years

WISCONSIN

MILLER-BRADFORD & RISBERG www.miller-bradford.com Sussex (262) 246-5700 DePere (920) 338-5800 Eau Claire (715) 832-3443 Madison (608) 222-9191 Sturtevant (262) 878-1592 Abbotsford (715) 223-2381

Made in the USA


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New Case F Series Wheel Loaders Boost Fuel Economy Case Construction Equipment’s F Series wheel loader models provide faster acceleration, quicker cycle times and higher travel speeds while delivering as much as 17-percent greater fuel efficiency, according to the manufacturer. The new Case 721F, 821F and 921F wheel loaders evolved from the company’s E Series product line. The Case F Series wheel loaders use selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology to The Case 721F, 821F and 921F wheel The new Case wheel loaders include stanmeet Tier IV Interim emissions limited-slip front and rear axles that standards while also delivering The new Case 721F, 821F and 921F wheel loaders feature a 6.7-L Tier IV Interim- dard certified engine, rated at 179, 211 and provide traction in all conditions, espeincreased power and improved loaders evolved from the company’s E Series 242 hp (133, 158 and 180 kW), respec- cially in non-compacted surfaces, such as fuel efficiency. product line. gravel. tively. “With the SCR technology in our Case F Series wheel loaders, A new optional, five-speed transmission mode, the operator can limit the time the Case has made what was already the indusSignificant Fuel Savings with a lockup torque converter, open-differ- machine will idle. The desired shutdown try’s most fuel-efficient line of wheel loaders “These new Case wheel loaders deliver even more fuel efficient,” said Tim O’Brien, uncompromising leadership in fuel econo- ential axles and advanced system program- time can be set in five-minute increments. marketing manager, Case Construction my and performance,” O’Brien said. “To ming provide even more fuel savings. “The five-speed transmission offers good Breakthrough Productivity Equipment. “At the same time, the Case F start with, we updated the four programmaThe new Case wheel loaders include stanSeries engines are more powerful and ble power modes to save fuel and increase value, with an 8-percent increase in fuel savings over a comparably equipped model dard limited-slip front and rear axles that respond faster.” available power.” The Case 721F, 821F and 921F wheel Use of the easy-to-program power modes with a four-speed transmission,” he added. provide traction in all conditions, especially A new dual-mode shutdown feature max- in non-compacted surfaces, such as gravel. loaders feature a 6.7-L Tier IV Interim-certi- — economy, standard, auto and max — fied engine, rated at 179, 211 and 242 hp gives operators flexibility in matching imizes fuel economy and monitors vital see CASE page 56 engine components. Using the fuel-saver (133, 158 and 180 kW), respectively. engine power to their jobs, O’Brien said.

AGC Forecast More Construction Firms Planning to Hire HIRINGfrom page 1

average of 16 employees. Among the 26 states with large enough survey sample sizes, 45 percent of firms in Iowa plan to hire, more than in any other state. Those firms plan to hire an average of 5 employees each, 21 percent of their workforce. Only five percent of Iowa firms plan layoffs. Meanwhile, 48 percent of firms in Idaho plan layoffs for this year, the highest percentage of any state. Those firms plan to lay off an average of 12 employees each, 11 percent of their workforce. Only 14 percent of Idaho firms plan to hire. Despite the improving employment outlook, more contractors expect the construction market to shrink in 2011 than expect it to grow. Contractors are most pessimistic about the private office market, where 56 percent expect activity to decline, followed by the retail, warehouse and lodging market, where 52 percent expect less activity. Contractors are most optimistic about the hospital and higher education market, where 32 percent expect growth and the power market, where 29 percent expect growth. However, even for those markets, 36 percent of contractors expect the hospital & higher education market to shrink and 32 percent expect the power market to contract. Contractors’ low expectations may be

driven by the fact most firms expect stimulus-funded construction activity will decline this year. Clear majorities of firms (ranging from 56 percent to 66 percent) expect stimulus spending in every market segment to decline in 2011. Meanwhile, only 30 percent of firms report they plan to perform stimulus-funded work this year, down from the 45 percent that reported performing stimulusfunded work in 2009 or 2010. “The stimulus propped up many construction jobs during the past two years,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist, noting that firms reported one-in-five employees were involved in stimulus-funded projects during the past 12 months. “The stimulus is already becoming a thing of the past in most contractors' minds.” The dour market outlook appears to be affecting demand for new construction equipment. Only 28 percent of firms report plans to purchase new construction equipment in 2011, down from the 34 percent that reported purchasing equipment last year. Investment levels among the firms planning to buy equipment appear to be heading up, however. Firms report plans to spend nearly $900,000 on average for new equipment, up from average totaling of $671,000 last year. Bid levels will remain very competitive this year. According to the survey results, 29 percent of firms report they plan to lower bid

levels in 2011. That follows a year when 74 percent of firms reported lowering bid levels, including seven percent who reported lowering bid levels to the point they lost money performing the work. Adding pressure to firms’ bottom lines, 71 percent of firms report their health care costs are expected to increase in the wake of the new legislation enacted last year. “In the face of tough market conditions, many firms are focusing on operating efficiencies and expense reduction, positioning themselves well to take advantage of a resurgent construction market,” said Michael Feigin, Navigant’s managing director for construction. “Construction firms are doing this, in part, by adopting new technologies and new techniques like BIM and Lean Construction.” Growing numbers of firms plan to embrace new construction modeling technology known as Building Information Modeling (BIM) this year, Feigin noted. While only eight percent of firms currently use the technology, 55 percent expect that number to increase in 2011. Demand for green construction also continues to grow, with 15 percent of firms reporting working on Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) registered projects in 2010 and 53 percent expecting that number to grow this year.

Growing numbers of firms plan to work on public private partnerships (PPP), perhaps driven by tight public sector budgets. Firms report working on an average of 5.2 PPPs in 2010, and an overwhelming 70 percent of firms expect that number to increase this year. In contrast, use of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) contracts that include incentives for collaboration among parties involved in a project, does not appear very widespread. Firms reported working on an average of only 0.26 projects with IPDs last year, and 92 percent of firms expect that number to decrease this year. Nearly half, 46 percent, of firms reported implementing Lean Construction Concepts, a way of minimizing waste of materials, time and effort. Feigin suggested many firms have embraced lean construction concepts to cope with decreasing revenue and ever tighter margins. The outlook, which the association cosponsored with expert services firm Navigant, was based on survey results from nearly 1,300 construction firms from 49 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Contractors from every segment of the industry answered over 30 questions about their hiring, equipment purchasing and business plans. Economists and specialists from the association and the firm analyzed those comments to craft the outlook.


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Burris Equipment Co. IT TAKES GROUNDBREAKING TECHNOLOGY TO BE THE BEST AT GROUNDBREAKING. The New Kubota KX71-3 Compact Excavator Breakout force: 3,285 lbs. (arm) 6,350 lbs. (bucket) The most in its class 27.5 HP Kubota diesel engine Variable displacement pumps 18" tailswing overhang Large operator space Digital diagnostics Double-opening bonnet

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RAISE THE BAR

AS HIGH AS YOU WANT.

The comfortable, well-designed cab in the Doosan® wheel loader is packed with comfort features you can see, hear and feel. A wide-open view of the work area. Tinted glass. Low noise levels. Air suspension seat and ergonomic controls in line with your natural movements. That’s enough to put anyone in a good mood. Of course, performance and productivity is key, and your Doosan loader delivers the digging power and torque to penetrate hard materials. Superior lift height and lift capacity increase efficiency. Operators can see and feel the difference. Doosan delivers.

DOOSAN DELIVERS

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Durability

Comfort

Fuel Efficiency

Easy Maintenance


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Authorized Doosan Dealers

ILLINOIS Luby Equipment

Caseyville

Quincy

Springfield

618-397-9971 217-222-5454 217-744-2233 www.lubyequipment.com

INDIANA Ronson Equipment Co, LLC Lowell

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Walter Payton Power Equipment, LLC Lebanon

Evansville

765-482-4145 812-422-6912 www.wppellc.com

IOWA RTL Equipment, Inc. Grimes

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KANSAS Sellers Equipment, Inc. Wichita

316-943-9311 www.sellersequipment.com

MINNESOTA Lano Equipment, Inc.

Shakopee

Anoka

952-445-6310 763-323-1720 877-753-6100 888-448-5266 www.lanoequip.com

MISSOURI Bobcat of St. Louis Columbia

573-886-9435 www.bobcatofnashville.com

Luby Equipment

Fenton

Cape Girardeau

O’Fallon

636-343-9970 573-334-9937 636-339-9970 www.lubyequipment.com

MICHIGAN Carleton Equipment, Co.

Kalamazoo

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Rex Spencer Equipment, Co. Belton

816-331-6078 www.rexspencer.com

Diamond Equipment Inc.

OHIO Gibson Machinery, LLC Oakwood Village

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SOUTH DAKOTA Healy Machinery Company

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Rapid City

Aberdeen

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1060 E. Diamond Ave. 1046 Lovers Lane Evansville, Indiana 47711 Bowling Green, KY 42103 (812) 425-4428 (270) 781-1061 (800) 258-4428 (800) 489-1061 Fax: (812) 421-1036 Fax: (270) 781-0907 www.diamondequipment.com

2000 Harlan Drive Terre Haute, IN 47802 (812) 299-4747 (888) 343-4747 Fax: (812) 299-3687 17035 N. Illinois Hwy. 37 Mt. Vernon, IL 62864 (618) 242-2273 (800) 388-6396 Fax: (618) 242-9161

1530 Heil Quaker Blvd. Nashville, TN 37086 (615) 641-1100 (800) 635-9454 Fax: (615) 641-1108

The Victor L. Phillips Co. 4100 Gardner Ave. Kansas City, MO 64120 (816) 241-9290 (816) 241-1738 Joplin, MO (800) 878-8223 (417) 781-8222 Springfield, MO (800) 955-2729 (417) 887-2729

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Kirby Smith Machinery Inc.

Cleveland Crane & Shovel Sales, Inc.

12920 Gravois Road St Louis, MO 63127 314/729-0125 12321 E. Pine Street Tulsa, OK 74116 918/438-1700 6715 W. Reno Oklahoma City, OK 73127 405/495-7820

26781 Cannon Road Cleveland, OH 44146 440/439-4749 800/362-8494 Fax: 440/439-2177 aforepaugh@ craneandshovel.net www.craneandshovel.net

Walter Payton Power Equipment LLC 930 W 138th Street Riverdale, IL 60827 708/656-7700 Fax: 708/532-1273 25210 Brest Road Taylor, MI 48180 734/947-9250 Fax: 734/947-9260

920 S State Road 39 Lebanon, IN 46052 765/482-4145 Fax: 765/482-4928 2126 Glenview Drive Evansville, IN 47720 812/422-6912 Fax: 812/422-6982


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Howell Tractor 2770 May Road Peru, IL 61354 800/342-6072 Fax: 815/224-2538 480 Blaine Street Gary, IN 46406 800/852-8816 Fax: 219/977-4220

The Victor L Phillips Company 4100 Gardner Ave. Kansas City, MO 64120 816/241-9290 Garden City KS 620/275-1996 Topeka KS 785/267-4345 Wichita KS 316/838-3346 Joplin MO 417/781-8222 Springfield MO 417/887-2729

Illinois Truck & Equipment www.iltruck.com 320 Briscoe Drive Morris, IL 60450 815/941-1900 Fax: 815/941-1486

Mid Country Machinery

3478 5th Ave South (Bus. Hwy 20) Fort Dodge, IA 50501 800/206-5936 4734 Sergeant Rd. (Hwy 63) Waterloo, IA 50701 319/234-8710 106 8th Street Sergeant Bluff, IA 51054 712/943-4470


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Strong Fourth Quarter Hints at Growth Within Industry GROWTH from page 1

tries are leading naturally to rising demand for Caterpillar’s products. As China and India urbanize, they will need more and better infrastructure, and their people will demand a higher standard of living, which also feeds demand for products and commodities, Rapp said. “The road to progress begins with the road. Period. You’ve got to have that basic infrastructure,” Rapp said. Caterpillar said it hired about 19,000 people in 2010, including 7,500 in the United States as it ramped up to meet demand. Those hires restored more than half the 37,000 full-time, contract and part-time jobs the company eliminated during the recession. At the end of the year, the company had 104,490 employees, a little more than half working outside the United States. The company plans to invest about $3 billion in capital projects in 2011, more than half in the United States. It is trying to boost production to reduce the wait for its mining equipment, now eight to 18 months. “They do have a significant base in the U.S., so it does give us a window on what’s happening here domestically,” Windau said.

A hitch could come with inflation, which could hurt the bottom line for manufacturers because it makes their raw materials more expensive. But for Caterpillar, higher commodity costs also means more demand for mining equipment, which can help its bottom line. Manufacturing remains a major source of U.S. economic activity, at 11.2 percent, down from a peak of 28.3 percent of U.S. economic activity in 1953, according to the Commerce Department. Growth in manufacturing was a key force pulling the U.S. economy out of recession. Factories added 136,000 jobs last year, the first annual gain since 1997. And the U.S. manufacturing sector is the world’s largest, producing 21 percent of all manufactured goods globally, according to the National Association of Manufacturers. Japan comes in at No. 2 with 13 percent, and China rounds at the top three with 12 percent, the trade group said. Other U.S. manufacturers could benefit from the forces buoying Caterpillar. And General Electric Co. — which makes products from dishwashers to wind turbines and derives about one-fourth of its profit from its financing business, GE Capital — released

an encouraging fourth-quarter report Jan. 21. GE said its quarterly net income rose 52 percent from a year earlier, and CEO Jeff Immelt has said he expects GE’s profit to be driven by industrial growth in China. The company earned $4.46 billion on revenue of $41.4 billion for the period that ended Dec. 31. Its quarterly revenue rose just 1 percent, but it was the first increase from a year earlier in nine quarters. Eaton Corp., which makes hydraulic and transmission systems for the auto and space industries and military, said Jan. 27 that its bookings rose 36 percent for the quarter that ended Dec. 31. Its quarterly net income rose 17 percent to $280 million on revenue of $3.7 billion, also up 17 percent. The positive outlook for Caterpillar and other manufacturers depends on the economy continuing to recover. They would receive a major boost if the U.S. housing market rebounded. Conversely, Caterpillar said its results will be hurt if governments act prematurely to fight inflation by raising interest rates. Caterpillar announced plans in 2010 to build three new facilities in the United States and five in other countries as it works to

move production closer to where its equipment will be sold. It said its sales in the developing world remain at or near record levels, though its sales in North America and Europe remain depressed. “While sales rose, they are still far below previous highs with room to improve as economic growth and construction activity picks up. New machine sales in the U.S., for example, are still less than half their prior peak which was in 2006,” said Mike DeWalt, the company’s director of investor relations. The company predicts a 2011 profit of nearly $6 per share on more than $50 billion in sales. Analysts are expecting $5.84 a share on $48.6 billion. “I just think the company is well-positioned from a long-term growth perspective,” Windau said. For all of 2010 Caterpillar reported net income of $2.7 billion, or $4.15 per share, on revenue of $42.6 billion. That’s considerably better than the previous year’s $895 million net income, or $1.43 per share, on revenue of $32.4 billion.

Case Ups Performance With New F Series Wheel Loaders CASE from page 54

The standard four-speed transmission with manual kick-down provides maximum traction and increased bucket penetration. The Case 921F wheel loader, with a 4.75 cu. yd. (3.6 cu m) bucket, launches a new size class for Case. With greater tipping load weight and bucket breakout force relative to its payload, the 921F meets the needs of aggregate stockpiling and high-production Case 921F wheel loader, with a 4.75 cu. yd. truck-loading applications. Bucket The (3.6 cu m) bucket, launches a new size class for capacities are 3.25 cu. yd. (2.5 cu Case. Bucket capacities are 3.25 cu. yd. (2.5 cu m) for the 721F and 4.25 cu. yd. m) for the 721F and 4.25 cu. yd. (3.25 cu m) for The F Series buckets are available with teeth or bolt-on edges. the 821F. (3.25 cu m) for the 821F. “The Case F Series wheel loaders can perform in a wide range of and precisely approach targets in tight areas, the bucket or attachment, while a wide winapplications, from construction sites and regardless of engine speed. PowerInch dow and sloping hood provide clear vision to landfills to quarry and aggregate opera- maintains high RPMs to maximize hydraulic the rear. tions,” O’Brien said. A new rearview, wide-angle camera with power and control, according to the manuan adjustable color monitor is available in The Case joystick steering enables opera- facturer. the Case F Series. The camera option nearly tors to seamlessly move between the joyeliminates blind spots and is ideal for jobs stick and steering wheel for high-production Comfort in the Cab operations. An optional two-lever hydraulic Several new comfort and safety features that require operating around other machines control system is available. The Case will boost operator productivity. The cab or workers. “At a busy work site, it’s important to PowerInch feature lets the operator quickly offers an unobstructed view to both edges of

bucket

have a machine with excellent visibility to all corners of the vehicle,” O’Brien said. “The Case F Series wheel loaders offer best-inclass rear visibility and a panoramic view to the front and sides for enhanced operator confidence and productivity.” As in previous models, the Case F Series wheel loaders include an advanced instrument cluster to enable operators to adjust various functions without relying on a service technician. The F Series models also offer ergonomically placed controls and a new heated cloth seat with seven adjustment modes.

Attachments Add Value Case offers a range of attachments for the F Series wheel loaders, including pallet forks, brooms, jib booms, buckets and weigh-load systems. The F Series buckets are available with bucket teeth or bolt-on edges. In addition to the standard Z-bar loader, Case offers XR extended-reach models and a 721E XT tool-carrier model. For more information visit www.casece.com.


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Goodyear’s DuraSeal Technology Celebrates Fifth Anniversary When Goodyear unveiled DuraSeal Technology five years ago, it represented a breakthrough in tire technology. It was the first — and still is — the only truck tire in the industry with a built-in sealant, according to the manufacturer. Originally marketed toward the wastehauling industry with Goodyear’s line of mixed-service tires, the company now offers DuraSeal in several tire models, including the G316 LHT trailer tire, which also includes Goodyear’s Fuel Max Technology. “Growth for DuraSeal Technology has been tremendous, and day-in, day-out, it’s helping to prevent flats for our customers,” said Bruce Woodruff, director of marketing of Goodyear. “We’ve seen our sales nearly triple on our trailer tires with DuraSeal Technology in the past year. What’s more, our G288 MSA — a mixed service tire for use in the waste industry, especially transfer dump operations, as well as in construction applications, has doubled in sales in the past 12 months.” DuraSeal Technology uses a gel-like, solvent-free compound built into the inner liner of the tire. It can seal punctures up to one quarter inch in the repairable tread area, without the need to repair the tire until it is retreaded. This allows drivers to continue operating after a tire is punctured. (It does not seal sidewall punctures.) Over the years, DuraSeal Technology has cascaded to a variety of tires for specific applications. “It really made sense to bring DuraSeal to our long-haul trailer tires, which also incorporates our low rolling resistance Fuel Max Technology compounds to optimize fuel economy,” said Woodruff. The Goodyear marketing director pointed out that Fuel Max Technology makes the Goodyear G316 LHT a verified low rolling resistance tire under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s SmartWay Program. “Our research, analyzing all flats that are processed through fleetHQ, our emergency roadside service program, showed that a majority of flats occur in the trailer position,” Woodruff added. “Trailers not only pick up nails and other debris on the road, but when

backing into loading docks.” James Mason, maintenance director of McConnell & Sons of Little Rock, Ark., said after hearing what DuraSeal has done for mixed-service fleets, he was happy to see them available for the trailer position. “Before going to DuraSeal, we were normally experiencing 10 to 15 flats per month, so we were really pushing the limits when it came to downtime,” Mason said. “And you can imagine how all those extra service calls and replacement tires used up our tire budget. Things got expensive — $350 to $400 per call.” To see if DuraSeal could make a difference, Mason tested a set of DuraSeal tires on one of McConnell’s Heil pneumatic bulk tankers. “The tires went on the rig of one of our drivers who had suffered the most with flats,” said Mason. “After six months, the tires on that rig did not suffer one flat. Our driver couldn’t believe it. I couldn’t, either. So we ordered three more sets, and not one had a flat. We’re now standardized with DuraSeal in the 11R22.5 size, phasing out the existing trailer tires.” In waste hauling applications where operators run trucks into and out of landfills, Woodruff said Goodyear’s DuraSeal Technology tires have become commonplace. “Our self-sealing tires really took hold because nails and other debris have the potential to puncture tires and disable a vehicle.” Steve Cooke, maintenance manager of Ajax, Ontario-based National Waste Services (NWS), said two years ago his company began testing the Goodyear G177 with DuraSeal Technology on the drive position of a roll-off truck based in Lindsay. Over the last two years, the DuraSeal tires have run 108,700 mi. without a single flat, which Cooke said is “extraordinary.” NWS runs a fleet of nearly 150 power units, including rear-loading, side-loading, front-loading and roll-off trucks stationed at five different locations. It also runs 12 multiaxle highway truck and trailer combinations on Ontario Highway 401 from the Greater Toronto area to landfills. Because of the success of that test, NWS

now uses the Goodyear G177 with DuraSeal Technology on the drive position of trucks that operate in rural areas. Cooke said before the company tried the DuraSeal tire, it was common for its trucks to get two or more flats each week. The company’s success with the Goodyear DuraSeal tire on the company’s rural route trucks is why Cooke also has placed DuraSeal tires on the eight UAG open-top and four compact trailers. “It’s critical for those highway units not to have any downtime,” he said. “It’s a timesensitive run because the drivers have just enough time to make one trip down to landfills and then drive back to load up for the next morning. We can’t have the drivers sitting on the side of [Ontario Highway] 401 waiting to get a flat tire repaired.” Goodyear DuraSeal Technology has been particularly good for hauling operations involving construction and demolition debris, such as Blaine, Minn.-based Shamrock Disposal and Shamrock Recycling and Transfer. The company provides containers and hauling services to numerous construction contractors, roofing contractors and remodelers. Shamrock trucks haul numerous types of construction and demolition debris — wood, concrete, cardboard, sheetrock and metal — from the construction site to the construction waste hauling operation’s sister company, Shamrock Recycling. Rich Gersdorf, owner of Shamrock, said he began using Goodyear G287 MSA DuraSeal tires on the steer and drive positions in 2008. “The number of service calls we’ve experienced has dropped significantly,” Gersdorf said. Shamrock’s construction waste hauling operation runs an all-Mack fleet of 17 rolloff trucks with Ampliroll lift systems, five Class 8 tractors and five trailers, including three moving floor and two end-dump trailers. “In the waste hauling industry, particularly for those involving construction waste, dealing with tire punctures is just an ongoing battle we deal with everyday,” Gersdorf said. “We’re always going to work sites where

there are all sorts of materials that can puncture tires, particularly nails, screws and other metal. Before we got the DuraSeal tires, our truck tires were often damaged beyond repair, so we had to have someone go out and swap out the damaged tires. A lot of times, the sites aren’t conducive to doing that

The number of service calls we’ve experienced has dropped signficantly…” Rich Gersdorf

Shamrock Recycling

kind of work, so we had to have the trucks towed to a shop where the work could be done.” Gersdorf said the company’s trucks now have less than two service calls per month involving tires, and none of the calls are due to tire punctures. “I would estimate that depending on our workload each day, plus the time of the calls and the distances involved, the service calls were costing us about $1,000 to $2,000 per month or more. Those expenses are now all but gone,” he said. “In our line of work, to be able to cut the amount of flat tires due to tire punctures is a huge step in the right direction for us operationally,” he added. “Having DuraSeal tires eliminates one of our biggest problems. It’s hard to even put a value on this to our company. I think this DuraSeal Technology is the one of the biggest steps the tire industry has made that I know of.” Goodyear Commercial Tire Systems offer complete products and services to the trucking and bus industries, including a full range of original equipment and replacement tires. This includes the 24/7 fleetHQ Solution Center, national programs, tire management tools, online information access and business problem-solving for tomorrow’s trucking and bus fleets. For more information, visit http://www.goodyear.com/truck.


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Builders Transportation Co. Orders 120 Mack Sleepers Flatbed carrier Builders Transportation Company LLC, based in Memphis Tenn., recently placed an order for 120 Mack Pinnacle model sleepers built with EPA 2010-certified Mack MP engines. The new order, along with an order last year for 45 Pinnacle models, will shift Builders’ fleet mix to 50 percent Mack trucks. The company is both replacing trucks and adding 10 percent to its fleet, according to Dwight Bassett, Builders’ CFO. The team at Builders took a hands-on approach in deciding where to turn for its new trucks. They began with a demo vehicle, learning how the Mack ClearTech SCR technology operates and experiencing the efficiency and comfort that Mack trucks offer. From there, they worked closely with Mack and Tri-State Truck Center, the local Mack dealership, to configure a truck that would best meet the company’s needs. “Mack spent a lot of time helping us spec the truck, set the parameters and evaluate performance,” said Bassett. “Nobody works with me like the Mack people do.” The combination of the Mack MP engine and Mack ClearTech SCR technology delivers near-zero emissions and up to a 5 percent or more fuel efficiency improvement over EPA 2007 engines, reducing customer oper-

ating costs, shrinking the truck’s carbon footprint and cutting the need for imported oil, according to the manufacturer. “Customers like Builders Transportation quickly realize the benefits of Mack trucks with EPA ’10 MP engines,” said Jay Hoffman, Mack southeast region district

manager. “Builders’ initial order of Pinnacle trucks delivered a reduction in fuel use and required maintenance, leading to the larger, more recent order.” “We’ve been very pleased with the ClearTech SCR technology,” Bassett said. “We’ve had no problems at all. And with the

Builders Transportation Company recently ordered 120 EPA 2010-certified Mack Pinnacle model sleepers featuring Mack ClearTech SCR technology.

new Mack trucks, we can operate at a lower cost.” In addition to committing to the Mack ClearTech SCR technology, Builders’ management has eagerly embraced many efficiency-boosting technologies from Mack, like the Mack Vehicle Management and Control System. V-MAC IV, the latest version of the technology, gives customers like Builders hundreds of programmable features, allowing them to monitor each truck and engine and tailor vehicle operation for maximum efficiency. The new trucks also are supported by the Mack MVASIST web-based service management platform and Mack OneCall Complete Care round-the-clock roadside assistance. MVASIST lets fleet managers, service providers and now Mack OneCall staff work together — in real time — to expedite repairs and maximize uptime. BTC equipped each of the Mack Pinnacles with Qualcomm’s MCP 200 aftermarket in-cab computing platform and Pre Pass Plus transponders, enabling their drivers to safely bypass hundreds of weigh stations and pay their bridge and toll road fees electronically. For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com.

TRP Aftermarket Parts DuraClass Aluminum Dump Introduces Exhaust Program Body Ups Payload Capacity TRP Aftermarket Parts has a new line of quality exhaust mufflers, pipes and clamps for different configurations and different budgets available. With its new exhaust program, TRP offers aluminized and chrome-plated tubes, Ypipes and stacks, plus premium flex hoses in a variety of materials and pre-cut sizes. The stacks also come in a range of lengths and configurations, including straight, west coast, curved and monster in both 4 and 5-in. (10 and 12.7 cm) diameters. “TRP exhaust products are manufactured from high-quality materials and are plated to industry specifications,” said Everett Seymoure, global manager of TRP. “TRP mufflers, which include an extended 18month warranty, reduce noise to meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requirements for noise abatement.” The TRP exhaust program offers operators a choice of good, better and best models of mufflers. All three models meet OEM back pressure specifications and offer internal support flanges on inlets and outlets to ensure long life. For operators who need a quieter muffler, TRP offers a premium muffler that reduces

the noise level by up to five decibels compared to the performance of its standard muffler. And for customers who need a muffler with low restriction for use on trucks with higher horsepower engines, TRP offers a top-of-the-line muffler that reduces the noise level by up to another three decibels as compared to the better model, according to the manufacturer. The clamps offered through the TRP exhaust program use 304 stainless steel bright material and bands with pre-attached hardware with force bars, nuts and reaction blocks to eliminate tearing on installation. A stepped band design for lap joints provides fast, accurate installation and a better seal. The program offers customers a choice of good, better and best clamps to match their operating needs and budgets. TRP’s best clamp comes with a pre-formed band and heat-resistant gasket material. The gasket improves the clamp’s sealing capacity by more than 50 percent over the performance of a standard stainless steel clamp with a flat band, according to the manufacturer. For more information, visit www.TRPParts.com.

DuraClass recently added an aluminum dump body to its line of Class 5-8 truck bodies. The corrosion-resistant aluminum design eliminates paint expense and increases body value at trade-in. Aluminum weighs up to 50 percent less than traditional steel, increasing payload capacity, minimizing fuel consumption and improving truck life, according to the manufacturer. The DuraClass aluminum body is available with additional features including upper and lower tarp rails, integrated cab shields, ladders and patch gates. A double arm hoist offers stability and durability.


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McCann Industries, Inc. Addison 543 South Rohlwing Road Addison, IL 60101 630-627-0000 • Fax: 630-627-8711 Big Rock 47W247 US Highway 30 Big Rock, IL 60511 630-556-3111 • Fax: 630-556-3749 Bolingbrook 250 East Frontage Road Bolingbrook, IL 60440 630-739-7770 • Fax: 630-739-7699 Chicago 2350 South Laflin Street Chicago, IL 60608 312-942-9200 • Fax: 312-421-3502 Crestwood 4701 West 137th Street Crestwood, IL 60445 708-597-3110 • Fax: 708-597-9945 McHenry 4102 W. Crystal Lake Road McHenry, IL 60050 815-385-0420 • Fax: 815-385-2975 Schererville 1133 Indianapolis Boulevard Schererville, IN 46375 219-865-6545 • Fax: 219-865-0269 Wauconda 1360 North Rand Road Wauconda, IL 60084 847-526-9444 • Fax: 847-526-9448 www.McCannOnline.com

St. Joseph Equipment, Inc.

Vermeer Sales & Service

1675 126th St. West Burnsville, MN 55337 952-890-6144 Fax: 952-882-2980 www.vermeerofminnesota.com

Midwest Trailers Plus, Inc.

548 29th St. West Des Moines, IA 50265 515-223-8463 Toll Free: 888-560-2787 Fax: 515-223-6446 www.midwesttrailersplus.com

Farm-Rite Equipment Inc. 901 Parker Ave West PO Box 26 Dassel, MN 55325 320-275-2737 Toll Free: 888-679-4857 www.farmriteequip.com

K.C. Bobcat

2209 W. 40 Highway Blue Springs, MO 64015 800-697-4228 816-229-7631 Olathe, KS 800-598-4228 Platte City, MD 800-984-3001

Shakopee Division 6340 Hwy 101 Shakopee, MN 55379 952-445-5400 • 800-795-9274 Fax: 952-445-0365 Duluth Division 4311 Haines Rd. Hermantown, MN 55811 218-727-3038 • 800-795-0117 Fax: 218-727-2827 Elk River Division 16200 Hwy 10 Elk River, MN 55330 763-262-4474 • Fax: 763-262-4251 Rochester Division #81, 3584 18th Ave. NW Rochester, MN 55901 507-288-3402 Industrial Division N1626 Wuensch Rd. LaCrosse, WI 54601 608-788-1025 • 800-780-1025 Fax: 608-788-1027 www.stjosephequipiment.com


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Call Adam Clarey: 712-253-6952 adam@davesyverson.com • www.syversontruck.com

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1999 Ford F450 Flatbed, 7.3 Diesel, auto, 2wd, rust free extra clean, 78K miles for $13,950

2002 Ford F350 4x4 ext cab, V10, auto, short box, 180K miles for only $7,950

2004 Ford F250 Ext Cab 4x4, Long Box, V8, auto, with 89K miles for only $13,950

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1994 International 4800, 4X4, DT 466, allison auto,very hard to find, rust free 75K miles for $29,500

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1998 Dodge 2500 4X4, V10 4X4, auto, reg cab, long box, great condition, only 82K miles for $7,950

2006 Ford F550 4x4 reg cab, 6.0 Powerstroke Dsl, auto, utility, extra clean truck w/only 82K miles for $24,900

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2001 Ford F350 Crew Cab, 4X4, V10, auto, utility, very nice truck, 72K miles $13,950

2000 Ford F450 bucket truck w/telsta boom, V10, auto, extra clean truck w/128K miles for $14,950

2002 Ford F350 4x4, reg cab, V10, 6spd, long box, rust free only 64K miles for only $10,950

2003 Chev 3500 1ton 4x4 ext cab, utility, duramax diesel, 6spd, very nice truck w/only 82K miles for $19,500

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1998 Dodge 2500 4x4, utility, 360 V8, auto, rust free, with 110K miles for only $7,950

2000 Ford F350 4X4 utility truck, V10, Auto, 169K miles rust free for $9,950

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Scharber & Sons, Inc. www.westsidetractorsales.com 2170 South Yost Ave. 1400 W. Ogden Ave. Bloomington, IN 47403 Naperville, IL 800-888-9677 630-355-7150 310 W. 162 St. Rt. 6 South Holland, IL 708-331-6362

5400 Industrial Rd. Fort Wayne, IN 46825 877-845-5764

3110 Prairie Rd. Rockford, IL 815-961-3160

7355 East 30th St. Indianapolis, IN 46219 800-876-4690

1560 North Old Rand Rd. Wauconda, IL 847-526-7700

3201 South CR 460 East Lafayette, IN 47905 800-937-3355

600 Walnut Ct Rockdale, IL 815-730-9011

25166 West SR2 South Bend, IN 46619 877-248-1713

13725 Main Street Rogers, MN 55374 763-428-4107 Fax: 763-428-2700 www.scharbers.com

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Kentucky 13090 Aiken Rd. Louisville, KY 40223 800-507-9705

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2004 JCB Micro Plus, #E6156, Never in the dirt!, FOB Wichita, KS ..........................................$7,500 Call Don Sellers 316/943-9311 2-3 JM

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IGGA Announces New Officers, Board of Directors for 2011 The International Grooving and Grinding Association (IGGA) — a non-profit organization dedicated to serving as the leading promotional and technical resource for acceptance and proper use of diamond grinding and grooving as well as pavement preservation/restoration markets — has announced the election of new board members and the slate of officers for the 2011 year. The officers for 2011 are as follows: • President: Pete Lewis of Penhall Company (Rogers, Minn.) • Vice President: Alex Ugalde of Hilti North America (Tulsa, Okla.) • Secretary: Tom Bonness Jr. of CPR Inc. (Elkhorn, Wis.) • Treasurer: Scott L. Eilken of Quality Saw & Seal (Bridgeview, Ill.) • Past President: Jenne Imholte-Decker of Simplex Construction Supplies (Minneapolis, Minn.) • Director: Jerry Voigt of ACPA (Rosemont, Ill.) • International Director: Charley Grady of Crafco (Chandler, Ariz.) With more than 30 years of experience in the highway and concrete paving and con-

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JOHN DEERE 544G | LOOKING FOR LOADER WITH COUPLER AND HYD. GOOD RUNNING CONDITION CONTACT: LARRY LEISTIKOW PHONE: 608-655-1300 FAX: 608-655-1399 EMAIL: LLEISTIKOW@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VOGELE 2116W, 2116T OR 780WB | CONTACT: HIGDON CONST. CO. PHONE: 828-321-5350 OR 828-361-1791 FAX: 828-321-2241 EMAIL: DAVIDHIGDON.HCCINC@FRONTIER.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ROME DISK HARROW TYCH 1350 | 50" DISK BLADES FRONT GANG 6 DISKS REAR GANG 7 DISKS CONTACT: TOM PHONE: 805-735-3649 FAX: 805-735-8785 EMAIL: COASTALEARTHMOVERS@VERIZON.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TO BUY BULL D8K WITH RIPPER 1983 AND MORE CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED | SV500D, SV500TF, SV510D, SV510TF, SV512D, SV512TF WITH ISUZU ENGINE CONTACT: IJAZ AHMED PHONE: 001-916-550-7009 EMAIL: TPPDEQUIP@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KENCO WEDGE BOLT BUCKET 42” FOR 18 TON EXCAVATOR | GOING ON A ED150 BLADERUNNER KOBELCO EXCAVATOR 36,000LB ALSO 50 OR LARGER CLEAN OUT BUCKET CONTACT: DON PADEN EMAIL: DONPADEN58@VERIZON.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3 CAT EXCAVATORS 325 OR 330, LATE MODEL, LOW HOURS CONTACT: JOHN MAYFIELD EMAIL: JMAYFIELD@SHAFTDRILLERS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 419-30-40120 RIM FOR A KOMATSU WA320-6 / 70056, PREFERABLY NEW OEM. CONTACT: ROBERTO PHONE: 786-287-7056 FAX: 305-573-7038 EMAIL: CARGOAWAYCORP@LIVE.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DIESEL ENGINE, ISUZU 4LE1 PA03 FOR A THOMAS MINI EXCAVATOR T45 CONTACT: RALPH SUAREZ PHONE: 724-258-8883 FAX: 724-258-6229 EMAIL: RRPOOLS@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LAZOR SCREED | SOMERO S-240 PREFER QUARTZ SYSTEM CONTACT: URBAN A. SALONEK PHONE: 507-723-4218 FAX: 507-723-6355 EMAIL: SCC@NEWULMTEL.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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NEED TO BUY FROM CONTRACTOR OR RETIRED BULLDOZER D3B ENC CAB WITH LOW HOURS CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 330CL | AIR CAB, REASONABLE HRS., CLEAN , JOB READY, WHOLESALE PRICE, EAST COAST LOC. CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TEREX RT 1000 TRANSMISSION 4 SALE | TEREX ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE CONTACT: BRAD REEDER PHONE: 832-326-3292 EMAIL: BRADFORDLR@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT SKIDSTEER CONTACT: CHRIS MORGAN PHONE: 864-420-7024 EMAIL: LISAMWATERS@ATT.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GRADER TO FIT 287B CAT | ROAD BOSS TYPE GRADER TO FIT OUR 287B CAT--MUST BE MIN 84" TO 96" WIDE -GOOD CONDITION! CONTACT: BOJAC FARMS INC PHONE: 509-520-4568 EMAIL: BOJACFARMSINC@CHARTER.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TO BUY TAKEUCHI TRACK LOADERS & EXCAVATORS CONTACT: PAUL MADSEN PHONE: 407-468-1070 FAX: 321-445-9851 EMAIL: CFLRESALE@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– IT38G | LOOKING FOR 2 LOW HOUR IT38G WITH BUCKET AND FORKS. CONTACT: DAVID MULLINS PHONE: (276) 328-0077 FAX: (606) 644-0477 EMAIL: DMULLINS@VERIZON.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOOM LIFT CONTACT: PEDRO CABANILLAS PHONE: 407-831-8090 FAX: 407-322-0456 EMAIL: PCABANILLAS@PARKSFL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BACKHOE CASE 580K | LOOKING FOR CASE 580-K BACKHOES.2 WHEEL DRIVE,STANDARD STICK.IN WASHINGTON AND OREGON CALIFORNIA. CONTACT: DALE PHONE: 360-551-9778 EMAIL: DALE.HEAVYEQUIPMENTHUNTERS@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– COBBLESTONES – LARGE QUANTITIES OF CLEAR, USED COBBLESTONES; WHOLESALE BUYER. PHONE: 631-339-1648 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU D65PX | AIR CAB 5000-6000 HOURS CLEAN WORK READY CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com Phone: 315-633-2944 • Dallas, TX Tues., March 8, 2011 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Support Equipment • Chicago, IL Thurs., March 10, 2011 For: Very Large Job Completion Auction of Construction Equipment • Tuscaloosa, AL Fri., March 18, 2011 For: Late Model Logging, Construction, Attachments, Support, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks & Trailers • Jackson, MS Sat., March 19, 2011 For: For: Complete Liquidation of Late Model Construction and Paving Equipment, Support, Parts, Trucks, Trailers, Real Estate • Las Vegas, NV Wed., March 23, 2011 For: Large Construction Support, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers • San Bernardino, CA Sat., March 26, 2011 For: Rental Fleet Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers • Atlantic City, NJ Thurs., March 31 - Sun., April 3, 2011 For: Construction Support, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers, Support & Attachments • Bangor, ME Fri., April 8, 2011 For: Complete Liquidation of Wood Processing Operation, Real Estate, Construction and Support Equipment

Truck Tractors, Equipment Trailers, Construction Equipment, Aerials & Forklifts • Ledyard, CT (Foxwood Casino) DATE TBA For: Construction and Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers • Houston, TX DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers • Auburn, NY DATE TBA For: Liquidation of former P&C Supermarket RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com Phone: 402-421-2631 • Houston, TX February 9-10, 2011 • Tipton, CA February 11, 2011 • Orlando, FL February 15-19, 2011 • Moerdijk, The Netherlands February 23-25, 2011 • Phoenix, AZ February 24, 2011 • Panama City, Panama February 25, 2011 • Pasco, WA March 1, 2011 • Torreon, Mexico March 1, 2011 • Los Angeles, CA March 4, 2011 • Toronto, ONT, CAN March 7-8, 2011 • Olympia, WA March 8, 2011 • St Aubin Sur Gaillon, France March 8, 2011

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CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com Phone: 866-750-9432 • San Diego Wed., February 23, 2011 For: Construction Equipment DAVIS AUCTIONS www.davisauctionsinc.com Phone: 203-758-4087 • Prospect, CT Sat., March 5, 2011 For: Quinnipiac Construction Auction • Prospect, CT Sat., April 30, 2011 • Prospect, CT Sat., June 25, 2011 • Prospect, CT Sat., August 20, 2011 • Prospect, CT Sat., October 15, 2011 • Prospect, CT Sat., December 10, 2011 G.W. McGREW AUCTION COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com Phone: 717-428-0922 • Seven Valleys, PA Mon., February 14, 2011 For: Farm and Construction Equipment Auction HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com Phone: 800-233-6898 • Easton, PA Thurs., March 17, 2011 For: Complete Liquidation PAN Companies, Inc. IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com Phone: 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., March 4, 2011 • Sioux Falls, SD Fri., March 25, 2011

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• Foley, MN Fri., December 2, 2011 IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com Phone: 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Wed., February 9, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., February 10, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., February 17, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Fri., February 18, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Wed., February 23, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., February 24, 2011 For: Construction Equipment JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS www.murphyauction.com Phone: 800-426-3008 • Kenmore, WA Sat., February 5, 2011 For: Construction Equipment J.M. WOOD AUCTION COMPANY www.jmwood.com Phone: 800-447-7085 • Montgomery, AL Wed.-Fri., March 2-4, 2011 For: Construction & Forestry Equipment, Trucks

• Portage, WI Fri., April 15, 2011

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com Phone: 800-499-6560

• San Bernardino, CA Sat., February 26, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

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• Lebanon, TN December 10, 2011 For: Construction Equipment RYAN AUCTION SALES www.ryanauctionsales.com Phone: 603-491-6159 • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., February 24, 2011 – 10AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., March 24, 2011 – 10AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., April 21, 2011 – 10AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Tues., May 3, 2011 – 10AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., May 26, 2011 – 10AM STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.steffesauctioneers.com Phone: 701-237-9173 • West Fargo, ND Wed., March 9, 2011 For: Tractors, Harvest Equipment, Construction and Heavy Equipment and More! • Litchfield, MN Thurs., March 24, 2011 For: Tractors, Harvest Equipment, Construction and Heavy Equipment and More! UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net Phone: 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., February 25, 2011 For: Construction and Utility Equipment

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YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com Phone: 419-865-3990

• North Franklin, CT Thurs. - Sat., April 7-9, 2011 For: Big 3 Day Spring Auction with 1000’s of Lots!

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*St. Louis Blues Club Seats Available! It’s time to catch Blues action! Single games sales are available for this year’s St. Louis Blues Hockey games. The AGC of St. Louis purchased 10 premium games (4 tickets per game) for the 2010-2011 Blues season. Seats are located behind the goal and in the middle section. This perfect view of the ice is ideal for watching plays unfold. If you are interested in purchasing a game(s), please contact Donna Pigg at (314) 781-2356, ext. 108 or by email at dpigg@agcstl.org. Mining New Members. Everyone knows word-of-mouth advertising from satisfied customers brings more business to your company. As an IAAP member, you have experienced valuable benefits from membership in this Association and along the way maybe you have talked with others in the industry about joining the IAAP. Your efforts are now being rewarded through a new member recruitment program called “Mining New Members.” For more information, please contact IAAP Outreach Manager Shawn McKinney at (217) 241-1639 or shawn@hansoninfosys.com. DONATION - HELP Support IAAP’s Political Activities – The IAAP Political Action Committee (PAC) was created in order to provide financial support for our allies in the Illinois General Assembly. Whether from Chicago or Downstate Illinois, Democrat or Republican, these legislators all have one thing in common – they support bills that help the Illinois aggregates industry and oppose bills that hurt our interests. As the cost of political campaigns continues to rise, we want to ensure that legislators who support this industry can compete and continue to do good work. For that reason, supporting the IAAP PAC is critically important to the future of our industry, your company, and your Association’s political activities. Please consider sending a donation, payable to the IAAP, to: John Henriksen, Secretary/Treasurer, IAAP PAC, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, Illinois 62704. INFORMATION - The Transportation for Illinois Coalition (TFIC) has published and electronic version of it’s most recent white paper, an analysis of the 2009 capital program. To download a copy of this document, go to the TFIC website: http://www.tficillinois.org, click on publications and open the file entitled Capital Funding for Transportation. Questions? Please feel free to contact John Henriksen, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, 1115 South 2nd Street, Springfield, IL 62704. Office: (217) 241-1639. Cell: (217) 899-7389. Fax: (217) 241-1641. AGC Volunteer Appreciation - The AGC of St. Louis is grateful for the many members who serve on committees. The time devoted by these individuals and the knowledge they share with the industry in very important to the success of the AGC. INFORMATION - MSHA Enforcement Alert from an IAAP Member. An

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IAAP company has posted a new MSHA citation on the MSHA Enforcement Alerts website at www.mshaenforcementalerts.com maintained in partnership by the IAAP and other Midwest Aggregate Associations. This citation concerned the company because the inspector believed miners were stepping over the motor, but just as in a lot of other cases, this practice was acceptable during previous inspections by this same inspector and also during a CAV that was completed on these screens just 2 1/2 years ago. This motor configuration is present on many screens by different manufacturers. To view further details on this citation you may log on to http://mshaenforcementalerts.com/citations.php ?id=144. February 7, 2011 – Meeting. Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, IAAP, Grassroots Meeting, (Capital Region), Lake Pointe Grill, 1386 Toronto Road in Springfield, Illinois. February 8, 2011 – IAAP Contest. Fatality Free Year in Illinois: IAAP Hardhat Sticker Design Contest. CONGRATULATIONS ! go out from the IAAP Safety Committee to everyone working in the aggregate mining industry in Illinois for another Fatality Free Year in 2010. Working together we ensured Illinois was again one of the safest places to be a miner. As in previous years, the Safety Committee will celebrate this achievement by conducting a hard hat sticker design contest. The winning entry will be produced for distribution to every member mining company and during the IAAP Annual Convention on May 3, 2011. The IAAP will award a $250 cash prize to this year’s sticker design contest winner. Please submit your artwork by mail or email to Shawn McKinney at Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, IL 62704; Office: 217-241-1639; Fax: 217-241-1641. The IAAP Safety Committee will select the winning entry during its February 9, 2011 meeting in Springfield. Get started NOW on your design ideas! February 10, 2011 – Fundraising Gala. SAVE THE DATE! February 10th is the Construction Careers Center 10th Anniversary Celebration and Fundraising Gala, held at the Millennium Hotel in downtown St. Louis. Proceeds will support the AGC of St. Louis Education Foundation, a charitable organization. Please email agccom@agcstl.org for further information. February 10, 2011 – Auction. AGC of St. Louis Education Foundation’s Silent Auction. The first annual silent auction held in con-

junction with the Construction Careers Center 10th Anniversary Celebration, February 10, St. Louis, MO, is designed to raise money to support the Construction Careers Centers educational programming efforts. For information, contact Cheryl Marty, AGC of St. Louis, 6330 Knox Industrial Drive, Suite 200, St. Louis, MO 63139. Phone: 314781-2356; Fax: 314-781-2874. February 24, 2011 – Banquet. 42nd Annual Construction Safety Awards Banquet to be held in Orlando Gardens Banquet Center. Please mark your calendar! You may contact AGC of St. Louis Communications (mail to: agccom@agcstl.org) for more information on this event.July 18-20, 2011 – Workshop. Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers (IAAP) Illinois Teachers Workshop: Teachers from your community should register. The IAAP’s Public Information and Education Committee will hold its 15th annual Illinois Teachers Workshop: Rocks, Minerals & Mining in Today’s Society at Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois on July 18 to 20, 2011. This workshop is proving to be very popular. Teachers have begun registering and we are now 1/3 of the way to our capacity of 35 teachers. The goal of this workshop is to inform teachers in grades K-12 about the importance of rocks, minerals, and mining in everyday life. Questions? Please call, Shawn McKinney, Outreach Manager, IAAP, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, IL at 217-241-1639. Winter Clothing Drive for the CCC. The AGC is holding a clothing drive for Construction Careers Center (CCC) students. Donations of coats, hats, gloves and scarves for students of the CCC are needed at this time. The students ride Metro to school and have to wait in the frigid temperatures for the bus to arrive. It would be greatly appreciated if you could make a donation of gloves, scarves and hats or a monetary contribution. Checks can be made out to the Construction Careers Center (please note in the memo line, “hats, coats, and gloves donation”). We will collect all items at the AGC office (6330 Knox Industrial Drive, St. Louis, MO) until the end of the year. If you have any questions, please contact Nancy Valentine at 314-781-2356, extension 103 or at nvalentine @agcstl.org. Successful 2010 Build St. Louis Expo. The Build St. Louis Expo was a great success! The aisles were full of representatives from all facets of the industry. All of the booths were sold, so attendees had some great new specialty contractors to meet and view new products on the market by the suppliers. The expo gave another meaning to the words “social networking” and actually shaking hands. Our appreciation to our industry participants – St. Louis Council or Construction Consumers, AIA St. Louis, St. Louis Minority Business Council and Contractors Assistance Program who helped promote the event to their members.

Bramco Appoints Officers Leica Geosystems, GOMACO Gary P. Hirsch has been appointed to the position of vice president — crane and material handling division of Bramco. He also has served in executive positions with Terex and Ingersoll Rand prior to joining Bramco. Hirsch will continue his leadership role in promoting crane and material handling products within Brandeis Machinery & Supply Company and Power Equipment Company. He has been with Bramco for more than two years. Bramco also appointed Spencer DePoy to the position of Vice President, Indiana Regional Sales Manager for Brandeis Machinery & Supply Company. He is responsible for the sales management of the Company’s Indiana branches in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and South Bend. DePoy joined Brandeis in 2001 as a rental representative and very shortly moved to a field sales position. In 2007 he was promoted to Indiana regional sales manager. Brandeis Machinery & Supply Company

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is a subsidiary of Bramco Inc. It has been a distributor of construction and mining equipment since 1908. Headquartered in Leica Geosystems, a manufacturer of Louisville, Ky., Brandeis maintains five facilities in Kentucky (Louisville, stringless paving technology, has entered into a definitive OEM value added reseller agreement with GOMACO Corporation, a leader in concrete construction equipment. Over the last 12 years, the successful relationship between Leica Geosystems and GOMACO Corporation has brought the industry a 3D stringless paving technology solution. This new business relationship will enable further collaboration between these manufacturers. Under the terms of the agreement, GOMACO Corporation will sell, install and support Leica Geosystems’ concrete paving system. These services will be extended to existing and/or new customers using GOMACO equipment. The agreeLexington, Corbin, Stanville and Paducah) ment started Jan. 1, 2011. and three facilities in Indiana (Evansville, Leica Geosystems will continue to sell, Fort Wayne and Indianapolis). service and support the concrete paving Bramco, headquartered in Louisville, Ky., market with 3D stringless technology for is the parent company of Brandeis, Power Equipment Company and JFT Precision all other manufacturers of paving machines Fabrication. through its direct and dealer channels.

Gary P. Hirsch has been appointed to the position of vice president — crane and material handling division of Bramco.

“This agreement marks a natural evolution of an already highly successful relationship with GOMACO. By leveraging the unique strengths of Leica Geosystems and GOMACO, this agreement will accelerate the growth and adoption of 3D stringless paving technology in the concrete paving industry.” said Ken Mooyman, president of Hexagon Geosystems. Kent Godbersen, GOMACO vice president of worldwide sales and marketing said, “GOMACO made a commitment to stringless paving over a decade ago and together, we have invested in the development of 3D paving for the industry. This announcement with Leica Geosystems is evidence of our commitment to our customers in not only getting them the latest technology available, but also supporting that technology throughout the paving process.” For more information, call 770/326-9500 or visit www.leica-geosystems.us or www.gomaco.com.


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Construction Employment Expands in 29 States

Construction employment expanded in 29 states between September and October, while fewer people are working in construction compared to last year in 39 states, the Associated General Contractors of America reported in an analysis of state employment data released by the Labor Department. The new figures continue a nearly yearlong trend of ups and downs in construction employment as the industry performs stimulus-funded work yet grapples with broad market uncertainty. “Considering that most states adding construction jobs in October had shed workers in September, it is safe to say that construction employment remains volatile,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “Construction is no longer in free fall, but the industry remains fragile as improvements vary greatly by state and project type.” Arizona (4.4 percent, 5,000 jobs) experienced the largest one-month seasonally adjusted percentage increase and Texas (2.3 percent, 8,800 jobs) the largest one-month total increase in construction employment between September and October. Other states adding large numbers of construction jobs during October included Illinois (1.5 percent, 3,000 jobs); Washington (2.1 percent, 3,000 jobs); South Carolina (3.2 percent, 2,500 jobs); and Colorado (1.6 percent, 1,800 jobs). Simonson noted 20 states plus the District of Columbia lost construction jobs during the past month, while construction employJohn J. Vranches will lead the company’s initiative to establish continued market ment remained unchanged in Rhode Island. leadership within the compact construction equipment industry segment.

Takeuchi Appoints Vranches National Sales Manager Takeuchi Manufacturing US has appointed John J. Vranches as national sales manager of its North American sales operations division. Vranches, an industry veteran, will lead the company’s initiative to establish continued market leadership within the compact construction equipment industry segment. Previously, Vranches was a regional business manager of both the company’s mid-atlantic and northeast division and stems from a strong retail background with both Volvo CE NA and Hitachi Construction Machinery. “Takeuchi is a multimillion dollar

worldwide company that is poised to reach its potential in North America. Outstanding people, superior product, and corporate investment commitments promise to deliver the kind of value our customers require to sustain profitability during all cycles of our economy. I am looking forward to fully supporting our regional staff and dealer network in this unique time and continued growth in Takeuchi history,” said Vranches. Vranches replaces Mike Ross, who now serves as Takeuchi’s director of operations. For more information call 706/693-3600 or visit www.takeuchi-us.com.

cent, minus 1,800 jobs); and Massachusetts (minus 1.4 percent, minus 1,500 jobs). Eleven states and D.C. added construction jobs for the year, Simonson added. The largest year-over-year percentage increase was in Kansas, where construction employment rose 9.0 percent (5,100 jobs),

“Construction is no longer in free fall, but the industry remains fragile as improvements vary greatly by state and project type.” Ken Simonson

Associated General Contractors of America

followed by Oklahoma (8.1 percent, 5,400 jobs); Arkansas (5.1 percent, 2,600 jobs); D.C. (4.6 percent, 500 jobs); and West Virginia (3.3 percent, 1,100 jobs). Among the 39 states that lost construction jobs over the past twelve months, Nevada experienced the largest percentage decline (minus 19.5 percent, minus 14,500) while California lost the most jobs (minus 45,700, minus 7.9 percent). Other states experiencing large declines for the year include Idaho (minus 15.2 percent, minus 5,000 jobs); Vermont (minus 13.4 percent, minus 1,800 jobs); Montana (minus 10.5 percent, minus 2,500 jobs); and Missouri (minus 10.3 percent, minus 11,900 jobs). Stephen E. Sandherr Association officials said Associated General Contractors of America that temporary stimulus funding has helped the industry, but that most firms Minnesota (minus 2.7 percent, minus were worried about business levels for next 2,300 jobs) lost the highest percent of con- year. They added that private, state and local struction jobs for the month while Florida demand for construction remains weak, lost the most jobs (minus 2.4 percent, minus while long-term federal infrastructure pro8,600 jobs). grams and tax rates remain in limbo. Among other states losing construction “We won’t see sustained job growth until jobs between September and October were the private sector picks up and long-term Pennsylvania (minus 1.0 percent, minus federal plans are clear,” said Stephen E. 2,200 jobs); Maryland (minus 1.3 percent, Sandherr, the association’s chief executive minus 1,900 jobs); Georgia (minus 1.2 per- officer.

“We won’t see sustained job growth until the private sector picks up and long-term federal plans are clear.”


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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SON INC CHICAGO IL ...........................................................................71 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ..........................................9 ALLU GROUP ...............................................................................14 AMERICAN STATE EQUIPMENT .................................................11 ARTIC SNOW & ICE CONTROL ..................................................27 BARGAINS ....................................................................................63 BODINE MFG................................................................................24 BRANDEIS ....................................................................................19 CAT AUCTION SERVICES LAKESIDE CA ........................................................................73 CEC ...............................................................................................36 CEG SCALE MODELS..................................................................21 CHICAGO PNEUMATIC................................................................25 CLASSIFIEDS ..........................................................................64,65 CONEXPO.....................................................................................13 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE EXCAVATORS & ATTACHMENTS PROMO...........................46 CONEXPO PROMO ...............................................................48 WANTED.................................................................................66 AUCTION TRIPLE PLAY ........................................................67 DAVE SYVERSON TRUCK CENTERS ........................................60 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP ....................................52 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ....................................................41 DURATECH...................................................................................32 DYNAPAC .....................................................................................53 E TIP INC ......................................................................................14 ERB EQUIPMENT.........................................................................39 EXODUS MACHINES ...................................................................33 FABCO EQUIPMENT INC...............................................................7 FARM-RITE EQUIPMENT INC .....................................................12 FELLING TRAILERS .....................................................................62 FINKBINER EQUIPMENT CO.......................................................11 FLANGE LOCK .............................................................................16 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ......................................................16 GARY CARLSON EQUIPMENT .....................................................8 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM............................................32 GROVE WORLDWIDE..................................................................54 HOWELL TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO................................65,76 ILLINOIS TRUCK & EQUIPMENT ..................................................3 INDECO NORTH AMERICA .........................................................26

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