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Cooperation Key to Rebuilding Jackson Blvd. By Irwin Rapoport CEG CORRESPONDENT
How ell Tractor Hosts Kaw asaki Event...10
IAA P Showcases Aggregate Services...20
Nit kes Auct ion Bri ngs in L arge Cro wd s.. .68
Table of Contents ................4 Paving Section ............33-45 Parts Section ................56-57 Attachments Section ..69-89 Auction Section ........96-107 Business Calendar ..........102
The $18 million reconstruction of 1.36 mi. (2.2 km) of Jackson Boulevard (state Highway 44) in Rapid City, S.D., where the main phase of the work began in March, is comprised of two contracts — the department of transportation (SDDOT) and the city of Rapid City. This is a situation where tight coor-
dination and timing is essential to meet the 170day completion schedule. Heavy Constructors Inc. (HC) was awarded the urban reconstruction project, with the DOT portion covering the urban road reconstruction, concrete paving, curbs and gutters and storm sewers and the city seeking the complete reconstruction of the water and sewer
system. “The specifications from the DOT are about 500 pages and the city’s are about 300 pages,” said Sean Hogard, HC’s project manager. “They have to mesh with each other. The DOT has at least eight sepsee SDDOT page 52
The project requires the various utilities to look after their infrastructure so that the project remains on schedule.
Industry Urges Approval for Keystone XL Seventeen national construction associations joined Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) in comments supporting the U.S. State Department’s Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Keystone XL pipeline permit application and urging swift approval of the project. The State Department issued the EIS in response to TransCanada’s May 2012 application to complete the proposed pipeline segment from Canada to Nebraska. In addition to the environmental findings, the report concludes the project would support more than 42,000 jobs, translating to $2 billion in earnings for workers. Direct expenditures associated with building the pipeline, such as construction and material costs, would total approximately $3.3 billion. “From equipment and material suppliers to contractors and manufacturers, the construction industry agrees: the Keystone XL pipeline is critical to jobs, economic growth, and national security, and
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Operations were put on hold for November and December, and in January work began on a large part of the sanitary and storm sewers, water pipes and traffic control switches.
Obama Taps Charlotte Mayor to Run Transportation Dept. By Julie Pace AP WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT
WASHINGTON (AP) President Barack Obama is nominating Charlotte, N.C., Mayor Anthony Foxx to run the Transportation Department, a White House official said. The White House official said that as mayor, Foxx has experience in boosting transit infrastructure and using those projects to create jobs. He oversaw a program to cre-
ate an electric tram service to Charlotte, an expansion of a light rail system and the opening of a third runway at the city’s airport. Foxx was first elected Charlotte mayor in 2009. Foxx would replace outgoing Secretary Ray LaHood, one of the few Republicans serving in the Democratic administration. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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HOWELL TRACTOR HOSTS KAWASAKI WHEEL LOADER REBUILD EVENT
The luncheon also was an opportunity for Howell Tractor to thank and recognize its employees for their focus and commitment of work 6 years 625,000 hours without a lost time accident.
OHIO OIL & GAS ASSOCIATION MEETS WITH LEGISLATORS ON INDUSTRY ISSUES
The event was open to OOGA members, who were encouraged to attend and share their thoughts with Ohio’s legislators on the critical issues involving Ohio’s oil and gas industry.
FARM-RITE CELEBRATES SEASON WITH ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE
More than 400 attendees came to see equipment demos and check out all of the great equipment for rent and for sale.
ILLINOIS TOLLWAY ANNOUNCES NEW SMALL BUSINESS INITIATIVE
To be eligible, businesses must be registered in the state’s Small Business Set Aside Program and may need to be prequalified by the Illinois Department of Transportation.
GIUFFRE CRANES TAKE TO INDIANAPOLIS 500 TRACK WITH OFFICIAL RECOVERY VEHICLE For the third year in a row, Milwaukee-based Giuffre Brothers Cranes has designed and constructed the “Official Indy 500 Recovery Vehicle.”
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Gomaco Commander III, ’03....................$69,500 LeeBoy 1000B, ’08 ..................................$12,500 LeeBoy 1000D, ’03, 1,475 hrs ................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’06, 2,750 hrs ..............$43,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’10, 2,140 hrs ..............$54,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’00, 2081 hrs ................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ’00, 1,991 hrs ..............$29,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘03, 3683 hrs ................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ’05, 2,700 hrs ..............$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ’08, 904 hrs ..................$79,500 LeeBoy 8515, ’06, 2,657 hrs....................$49,500
Concept Products CP2000, ’05 ................$13,500
Cat 920, ’73, 7216 hrs................................$7,000 Cat 980C, ’86, 7216 hrs ..........................$59,000 Cat 980G, ’98, 26,583 hrs ........................$89,500 Komatsu WA200-5, ’05, 617 hrs..............$97,500 Komatsu WA250-1, ’95, 17,158 hrs ........$29,500 Komatsu WA320-6, ’08, 3961 hrs..........$126,500 Komatsu WA380-3, ’00, 6,784 hrs ..........$44,500 Komatsu WA380-6, ’09, 7,120 hrs ........$109,500 Komatsu WA400-5L, ’04, 7,169 hrs ........$94,500 Komatsu WA450-6, ’07, 7,355 hrs ........$196,500 Komatsu WA500-7, ’12, 2,696 hrs ............$CALL Komatsu WA600-1, ’87, 19,279 hrs ........$43,500 Komatsu WA600-3, ’04, 16,037 hrs ..........$CALL
Deere 350DLC, ’07, 4395 hrs ................$134,500 Deere 350DLC, ’07, 5,837 hrs ..............$129,500 Gradall XL4100, ’08, 3,749 hrs..............$180,000 Kobelco SK400LC Mark IV, ’97 ................$38,500 Kobelco SK480LC, ’05, 11,858 hrs ..........$54,500 Komatsu PC78UU-6, ’04, 4,085 hrs ........$44,500 Komatsu PC88MR-8, ‘09, 1,195 hrs ........$92,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-8, ’09, 2,363 hrs $104,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-8, ’09, 2,583 hrs $104,500 Komatsu PC150LC-6, ’99, 6,800 hrs........$32,500 Komatsu PC160LC-7, ’03, 5,277 hrs........$64,500 Komatsu PC160LC-7, ’03, 4,397 hrs........$69,500 Komatsu PC160LC-7, ’03, 3,778 hrs........$67,500 Komatsu PC160LC-7, ’05, 2,920 hrs........$89,500 Komatsu PC160LC-7, ’06, 4,853 hrs........$76,500 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ’05, 3,447 hrs......$129,500 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ’06, 5,551 hrs........$84,500 Komatsu PC200LC-8, ’06, 4,617 hrs......$132,500 Komatsu PC220LC-8, ’06, 9084 hrs ........$96,500 Komatsu PC220LC-8, ’09, 4,020 hrs......$149,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7, ’02, 4,887 hrs......$134,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7, ’06, 9,377 hrs........$94,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7EO, ’06, 6,271 hrs $109,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6LM, ’03, 8,516 hrs ..$69,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6LM, ’03, 8,760 hrs ..$72,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6LM, ’02, 10,834 hrs $72,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 9,350 hrs......$108,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 10,300 hrs......$99,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 12,499 hrs......$84,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7LF, ’04, 4,995 hrs ..$139,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7EO, ’06, 9,833 hrs $109,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7EO, ’07, 3,473 hrs $219,500 Komatsu PC400LC-8, ’07, 2,811 hrs......$239,500 Komatsu PC600LC-6, ’99, 9,634 hrs........$79,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’04, 8,449 hrs......$177,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’05, 10,328 hrs....$214,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’05, 4,265 hrs......$379,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’06, 9,977 hrs......$185,000 Volvo EC460, ’04, 10,746 hrs ..................$69,500 Volvo EC460, ’05, 10,958 hrs ..................$69,500
MILLING Wirtgen W60, ’08, 628 hrs ....................$144,900 Wirtgen W60 Rumbler, ’11, 400 hrs......$240,000 Wirtgen W600, ’03, 2,403 hrs..................$77,500 Wirtgen W2000, ’03, 2,996 hrs ..................$CALL Wirtgen W2000, ’96, 9,346 hrs ..................$CALL Wirtgen WR2000, ’11, 334 hrs ..................$CALL Wirtgen W2100, ’04, 8,373 hrs ..................$CALL
DOZERS Cat D4D, ’72 ..............................................$7,000 Cat D5H LGP, ’93, 9961 hrs ....................$54,500 Cat D8N, ’87 ............................................$78,000 Dresser TD8E, ’81 ....................................$13,000 Komatsu D39PX-21, ’05, 2,059 hrs ........$69,500 Komatsu D51PX-22, ’08, 2,436 hrs ......$129,500 Komatsu D61PX-15EO, ’12, 431 hrs ......$199,500 Komatsu D65EX-15EO, ’08, 2,260 hrs ..$179,500 Komatsu D65EX-12, ’94, 11,473 hrs........$49,500 Komatsu D65EX-17, ’12, 1,340 hrs........$229,500 Komatsu D65PX-12, ’95, 12,077 hrs ......$29,500 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’06, 3,199 hrs ..$146,500 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’07, 4,200 hrs ..$120,000 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’08, 5,372 hrs ..$127,500 Komatsu D155AX-5, ’03, 6,809 hrs ......$224,500 Komatsu D155AX-6, ’07, 6,011 hrs ......$279,500 Komatsu D275AX-5, ’03, 23,015 hrs ....$129,500
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Bomag BW130AD, ’88................................$3,900 Bomag BW205AD, ’02, 3,520 hrs ............$34,500 Cat CB534C, ’98, 5,086 hrs......................$26,500 Hamm HD8, ’07, 395 hrs ........................$18,500 Hamm HD8, ’07, 515 hrs ........................$18,500 Hamm HD13, ’02, 2,937 hrs ....................$14,500 Hamm HD14VV, ’09, 2,027 hrs ................$32,500 Hamm HD90 Ozzy, ’04, 4,300 hrs ............$54,500 Hamm HDO90V, ’09, 849 hrs ..................$77,500 Ingersoll Rand DD16, ’00, 2,006 hrs ........$9,500 Tramac TR21A Plate (PC160) ....................$7,500
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SHREDDERS, TROMMELS Doppstadt SM720, ’09, 235 hrs ............$185,000 Doppstadt SM726, ’09, 257 hrs ............$225,000
Komatsu PC220LC-8, ’09, 4,020 hrs ..............$149,500
Wirtgen W2100, ’04, 8,373 hrs ............................$CALL
Austin Western Super 500 ........................$7,500 Komatsu GD655A-2, ’83, 5,449 hrs ........$17,500 Komatsu GD655-3C, ’06, 1,866 hrs ......$159,500 Komatsu GD655-3EO, ’09, 1,287 hrs ....$189,500
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2001 Cat 345BL II..................................$64,500
1998 Cat 140H ....................................$125,000
2002 Cat 430D ......................................$43,500
1986 Cat D8L ........................................$77,500
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2008 Cat 140M ....................................$235,000
2002 Cat 627G ....................................$255,000
2006 Cat 966H ....................................$210,000
2011 Cat 262C........................................$33,000
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2000 Aljon 81K ......................................$35,000
2005 Cat 312CL......................................$86,500
1985 Cat 97G ........................................$65,000
1997 Cat D6MXL ..................................$67,500
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2001 Cat 988G ....................................$235,000
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2011 Kleemann MC110Z....................$550,000
1987 CAT 615 ........................................$39,500
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ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING COMPANY, INC. Route 18 - Atlasburg (Pittsburgh), PA 15004
724/947-2235 Day/Night Fax 724/947-3820 Call Andy Miller Established 1928 Our Greatest Assets .. Our Employees WHEEL LOADERS
Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 . . . . . . . .$79,500 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick coupler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,500 COMPACTORS
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 Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $79,500 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 LANDSCAPING
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 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 CRAWLER LOADERS
Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt .$37,500 Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000
OFF ROAD HAULERS 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 CRAWLER TRACTORS
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 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 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 TRUCKS & TRAILERS
(2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . .CALL AIR COMPRESSORS
IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL SPECIALS
(12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a towtype, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . .From $5,200
(2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a-blade, BACKHOES winches, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade . .$85,000 Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . . . OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. DRILLS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, CRANES Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, dual fuel, Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$150,000 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$21,500 MISCELLANEOUS Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. MOTOR SCRAPERS
ATTACHMENTS Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, BUCKETS ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Buckets in Stock Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice -Call For Your Needs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick couOthers Available Call pler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . .$29,000 Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on rubber, All Equipment is Owned & Operated By operational . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.
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Howell Tractor Hosts Kawasaki Wheel Loader Rebuild Event
owell Tractor and Equipment held its “Kawasaki Rebuild/Safety Award Luncheon” April 26 at Howell Tractor’s Gary, Ind., facility. Howell took the opportunity to enlighten its service customers on its rebuild/service capabilities while at the same time giving employees an opportunity to showcase their quality workmanship and pristine work facility. The luncheon also was an opportunity for Howell Tractor to thank and recognize its employees for their focus and commitment of work 6 years 625,000 hours without a lost time accident.
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Ed Front (L), president, Scoria Iron Processing, and Gary Hammond, general service manager, Howell Tractor.
Rudy Becerra (L) and Mercury Pappas (R), North America Stevedoring ask Phil Linoski, Howell Tractor, about the Kawasaki rebuild program.
In 2011 and 2012, Kawasaki ranked Howell Tractor and Equipment’s service department number one among its dealers in the north-central and northeast regions of the United States and Canada.
(L-R): Gary Hammond, general service manager, Howell Tractor, explains the rebuild process to Brad Rosynek, Sims Metal Management, with John Maneno, service manager, Howell Tractor.
Howell Tractor displayed some Kawasaki wheel loaders and a Hitachi truck.
(L-R): In front of the Kawasaki 115ZV complete hydraulic rebuild are Tony Priano and Dennis Maly, both of Cummins NPOWER LLC, and George Fogle and Bill Fioretti, both of United States Steel.
(L-R): Dave Newcomb and Ralph Nemcher, both of Central Rent-a-Crane with Howell Tractor’s Alan Johnson.
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PAVERS / ROAD WIDENERS CEDAR RAPIDS CR452 - ‘12 • Rubber Tired, Stretch 20E, Top Con System V, 400 Hrs..$256,183 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘10 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/ Hopper Insert, 1250 hrs......$249,982 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘11 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/Hopper Insert, 702 Hrs ........$358,300 MAULDIN 1500 - ‘03 • Track, Conveyor Fed, 8’-13’ Screed, 844 Hrs ................................$29,950 NEAL CART PAVER - ‘08 • 5’-8’ ........................................................................................$39,500 CALL items may be on rent causing pricing and hours to vary.
MILLING MACHINES ROADTEC RX400 - ‘11 • 48” Cut, 4 Track, Front Loading, Mill w/803 Hrs ..........................$319,950 WIRTGEN W50 - ‘11 • 20” Cut, 3 Wheel, Rear Discharge Mill w/284 Hrs ......................$139,950
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SAKAI GW750 - ‘11 • Vibratory Pneumatic, 79’ Wide, 320 Hrs ........................................$99,782 SAKAI SW800II - ‘09 • 67” Dbl Drm Vib, 1170 hrs ..........................................................$55,000 SAKAI SW800II - ‘11 • 67” Dbl Drm Vib, w/remaining standard and EPTW, 234 hrs ......$82,320 SAKAI R2H-2 - 3 Wheel Static Rollers, 83”, *(5) machines in stock starting at (2012 w/415 hrs)
ALLIS RT2448 PORTABLE JAW PLANT, 1993, with 24”x48” Jaw, 48”x20’ Vibrating Grizzly Feeder, Front Discharge Conveyor, Six Hydraulic Legs, Tri-Axle Chassis, Cummins NT855 Diesel with Hydraulic Drives for Feeder & Conveyor ............................................................................................................................................................................$185,000 JCI K-300 “KODIAK” PORTABLE CONE PLANT, 300 hp electric motor, 36”x 20’ side discharge conveyor, 36”x 35’ feed conveyor, motor control panel, hydraulic leveling......................................................................................$375,000 POWERSCREEN 510 COMMANDER RINSER SCREEN PLANT, 11.8 Yd. hopper with hydraulic dump grizzly, 36” feed conveyor, 5x10 3-Deck screen, tandem axle, Deutz diesel ..................................................................................$52,400
SAKAI SW800II - ‘12 • 67” Double Drum Vibratory Rollers, w/85 hrs ..............................$94,393
DEMAG H95 MASS EXCAVATOR, Powered by a Cat 3408 Diesel, with a 24’7” Gooseneck Boom, and a 10’8” Stick with 43’6” Reach and 25’ Digging Depth, 7.2 cu yd HD Rock Bucket, Approx. 220,000 Lb. Working Weight, 5800 Frame Hours and Recent Engine Rebuild......................................................................................$125,000 LIEBHERR R974B HDSL UTILITY CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, Powered by a 471 HP Liebherr D9408TI Diesel, 33’11” Semi-Gooseneck Boom with 15’5” Stick, 5 cu yd HD Bkt, 21’x14’ 4” Wide U/C with 30” Track Pads adn Removable Sideframes, Approx. 190,000 Lb. Working Weight ....................................................................CALL LIEBHERR R954C HD “LITRONIC” CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, (Several 2006-2007 Models Available) w/Various Boom/Stick Combinations and Buckets Available, 326HP Liebherr D936L Six-Cyl. Tier 3 Diesels, Hydraulically Removable Counterweights, 124,000 to 130,000 Lb. Working Weights ......................................................CALL
SAKAI SW850-2 - 79” Double Drum Vibratory Rollers, *2011 w/99 hrs ..........................$99,500 SAKAI SW880 - 79” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/very low hours......................$CALL SAKAI SW652 - 57” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/106 hrs..............................$82,495 SAKAI SW330 - 51” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/150 hrs..............................$32,487 SAKAI SW320 - 47” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/very low hours......................$CALL
CRANES SAKAI SW300 - 40” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, 2009 w/250 hrs................................$24,495 SAKAI GW750 - Vibratory Pneumatic Roller, *2011 w/425 hrs ........................................$99,782 *Comes with any remaining standard and 3 year extended power train warranty.
EXCAVATORS GRADALL XL4100 - ‘98 • Workable, As-Is ........................................................................$25,000 GRADALL XL4100II - ‘04 • Trk Mtd. Exc. w/2 Buckets, 5925 Hrs ....................................$129,950
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GROVE RT760 60 TON CAPACITY ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 1993, with Cat Diesel, 110’ Power-Pinned Boom, 32’ to 56’ Telescopic Offsettable Swingaway, Main & Auxiliary Hoists, 29.5x25 Tires, Ready to work..$179,900 GROVE TM9120 100 TON TRUCK CRANE, 1997, 42’ to 130’ boom, 33’ to 58’ offsettable telescopic swingaway, Grove HO50 main & aux. hoists, LMI, Cummins 6CT8.3 diesel, mounted on a Grove 8 x 4 chassis with a Cummins N14 diesel and Roadranger transmissions. Tandem boom dolly ..........................................$395,500 GROVE RT855B 55 TON ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 1996, with Cummins diesel, 37’ to 115’ boom, 35’ to 60’ swingaway, LMI, Grove model HO30 main & aux. hoists, 29.5x25 tires ..............................................$189,500 MANITOWOC 11000 100 TON CAPACITY CRAWLER CRANE, 2008, (100 Ton capacity @ a 14' radius), with a 332 hp Hino 6 cylinder Tier III diesel, 200' main boom, 60' jib, LMI, 36” crawler shoes, approximate working weight of 218,000 lbs. with 74,970 lb. 5-piece counterweight, counterweight and side-frame removal systems. 3020 hours ..................................................................................................................................................CALL
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JD 450DLC, 12’10” JD 750J LGP, 156” Blade, #U11482 ............ Arm, 36” Pads, CWRD, ......................$175,000 #U11280 ........$355,000
JD 544J, Cab, Air, GP JD 400D, New KLEIN JD 700J, LGP, 30” Pads, 8000 gallon water truck, Bkt, #U11303..$106,000 132” Blade, Winch, 6234 hrs, #U11425........ #U11492 ........$179,000 ......................$268,000
Fiat 65E, 110HP, Blade JD 240DLC, 60’ Super Pitch, 252 Hrs, #A7104 Long Front, #U11568 .... ........................$98,000 ......................$149,000
JD 310SJ, Cab, Air, JD 9530, Cab, Air, Bomag BW180AD, 71" 4x4, Ext Hoe, #U11606 Drum, #A4597 .............. Duals, Warranty, #U11786 ........$187,000 ........................$94,500 ........................$28,000
NPK Hammers, All JD 600CLC w/ Genesis Sizes for All Makes. JD 220DW, 2 Piece GXP1200R Shear, Boom, Warranty, Inspected and Well #U11675 ........$219,000 #U10798 ........$500,000 Maintained, GH4-GH18
JD 770D, Tall Cab, JD 850J, 24” Pads, 12’ Blade, Warranty, 128” Blade, #U11325 .... #U11496 ........$152,000 ......................$184,000
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Ohio Oil & Gas Association Meets Altorfer Promotes With Legislators on Industry Issues Robeen to Field Sales Manager T he Ohio Oil & Gas Association (OOGA) held a Legislative Reception at the Huntington Center Capital Club, in Columbus, Ohio on April 17.
The event was open to OOGA members, who were encouraged to attend and share their thoughts with Ohio’s legislators on the critical issues involving Ohio’s oil and gas industry. The Ohio Oil & Gas Association is a trade organization serving more than 3,000 members involved with the exploration, production and development of crude oil and natural gas resources within the state of Ohio. Members range from independent to large national and international oil and natural gas producers, contractors, equipment and supply companies, manufacturers, utilities, refineries, as well as financial and service providers related to the industry.
(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Ohio Rep. Terry Blair (L) catches up with State Sen. Cliff Hite.
Altorfer Inc. has announced the promotion of Craig Robeen to field sales manager. In his new role, Robeen will be responsible for driving all machine sales and rental activity for the construction division in Altorfer’s Illinois Caterpillar service territory. In 2001, Robeen joined Ritchie Brothers Auctioneers as a territory manager. Robeen joined Altorfer in Altorfer Inc. has May of 2005 as a machine sales announced the promorepresentative covering four tion of Craig Robeen counties in the southern Illinois to field sales manager. territory. Mark Hanson, vice president of Altorfer’s construction division, said Robeen’s passion and dedication for the business is second to none. “Craig Robeen will be a great leader to Altorfer’s sales team in Illinois for many years to come.”
(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) (L-R, clockwise): OOGA’s Deneen Welker, Stuart Darfus and Georgette McElroy enjoy some fresh air with Chesapeake Energy Vice President, Scott Rotruck. (L-R): Steven Downey of EnerVest Operating LLC speaks with Ohio Rep. Sean O’Brien and Matt Hammond of Chesapeake Energy.
(L-R): Speaker of the House, William Batchelder, joins Rep. Mark J. Romanchuk, Heather Bishoff and Mike Dovilla in a bipartisan moment at the reception.
Ohio Senate President Keith Faber (L) swaps quips with Speaker of the House William Batchelder during opening remarks.
Ohio Oil & Gas Association President Joel Rudicil (L) of JR Resources Inc. joins Speaker of the House William Batchelder at the Legislative Reception.
ASA Honors Brian Johnson With Annual President’s Award 2012-13 American Subcontractors Association President Walter Bazan Jr., Bazan Painting Co., St. Louis, Mo., honored Brian Johnson with the ASA President’s Award on March 22, 2013, at the ASA Business Forum and Convention 2013 in Las Vegas. The ASA President’s Award is given by the current ASA president on a discretionary basis to an individual who has helped the president the most during his term. “Each year, the ASA president presents the President’s Award to the person who has aided him most during his tenure as president,” Bazan said. “This can be a difficult task in our organization that is built on many teams and task forces, working together for the betterment of our industry.” Johnson has worked with Soil Consultants for nearly 30 years. His company has been a member of ASA for 30 years. Johnson has more than a decade of service with ASA of the Carolinas, including serving as president in 2007-08. He currently serves on the ASAC board of directors. Johnson was first elected to the ASA board of directors in 2008. He has served as an at-large member of the ASA executive committee and on the finance committee and the task force on meetings. For more information, visit www.asaonline.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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(262) 781-3770 Jim King Mobile: (414) 530-0592 13001 W. Silver Spring Drive Butler, WI 53007
2005 Volvo L220E, Cab, A/C, Radio, Additional Work Lights, Return to Dig, Boom Suspension, 2002 Volvo L120E - Cab, A/C, Boom Susp, Engine Block Heater, 7cy Bucket w/BOE, Hyd Q/C, Logging CWT, Full Rear Fenders, 4.1CY 29.5R25 Tires, Recent Transmission..$89,500 Bkt w/BOE, 23.5R25 Tires ..........................$CALL
2008 Volvo L70F - Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Front Work Lights, Boom Suspension, 3rd Function, Hydraulic Attachment Bracket, Reversible Cooling Fan, Front Frame Footsteps, Right Hand Side Steps w/Lockable Toolbox, Engine Block Heater, Dymax Hydraulic Q/C, Dymax 4cy High Tip Bucket w/BOE, 20.5R25 Goodyear RL-2+ Tires 50% ......$103,000
2008 Volvo DD24 - Dual 47” Drums w/Urethane Wipers, ROPS, Sliding Seat w/Dual Lever Control, Hydrostatic Drive, Work Lights, Rotating Beacon, Offset Articulation Joint, 68 Gallon Pressurized Water System w/4 Nozzles Per Drum, Loading/Unloading Traction Control, (NEW) 3 Cylinder Cummins Engine (32HP), Operating Weight 5,725 lbs ..............$18,500
2012 Volvo L70G, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Heated Air Suspension Operator's Seat w/Left Hand Armrest, Rear Camera w/Color LCD Monitor, Sliding Window Operator's Door, Work Lights, Boom Suspension, 3rd/4th Hydraulic Functions, Hydraulic Attachment Bracket, Reversible Cooling Fan, Engine Block Heater, Reverse Alarm, Rear Frame Cover Plates, Front Frame Footsteps, Logging Counterweight, CareTrack Satellite System w/3yr Subscription, 100" 3.1cy Bucket w/BOE, 20.5R25 Michelin XHA2 L-3 Tires, Volvo D6H (Tier 4i) Engine....$CALL
2011 Volvo L70F - Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Heated Operator's Seat w/Left Hand Armrest, Rear Camera w/Color LCD Monitor, Work Lights, Boom Suspension, 3rd/4th Hyd. Functions, Hydraulic Attachment Bracket, Reversible Cooling Fan, Rotating Beacon, Front Frame Footsteps, Right Hand Footstep w/Toolbox, Rear Frame Cover Plates, CareTrack Satellite Hardware, 100" 3cy Bkt w/BOE, 20.5R25 Bridgestone VJT L-3 Tires..$CALL
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2012 Volvo L90G, Heated Operator’s Seat w/Left Hand Armrest, Rear Camera w/Color LCD Monitor, Sliding Window Operator’s Door, Boom Suspension, Reversible Cooling Fan, Rear Frame Cover Plates, Front Frame Footsteps, Full Rear Fenders, CareTrack Satellite System w/3yr Subscription, 104” 3.5cy Bucket w/BOE, 20.5R25 Bridgestone VJT L-3 Tires, Volvo D6H (Tier 4i) Engine................................$CALL
2012 Volvo L70G, Heated Air Suspension Operator’s Seat w/Left Hand Armrest, Rear Camera w/Color LCB Monitor, Sliding Window Operator’s Door, Work Lights, Boom Suspension, Hydraulic 4 Functions, Reversible Cooling Fan, Engine Block Heater, Rear Frame Cover Plates, Front Frame Footsteps, Logging Counterweight, CareTrack Satellite System w/3yr Subscription, 100” 3.1cy Bkt w/BOE, 20.5R25 Michelin XHA2 L-3 Tires, Volvo D6H (Tier 4i) Engine, MUNICIPAL TRADE $CALL
2011 Volvo A40F – 1262 Hrs, Volvo D16H (476hp) Tier 4i Engine, Heated Air Suspension Seat w/Armrest, Front Work Lights, Rear View Color 2003 Volvo L150E, Cab, A/C, Contronics, Work Camera, Electric Hood Opener, Delayed Engine Lights, Boom Suspension, 5.25cy Bkt w/BOE, 26.5-25 Shutdown, Engine Block Heater, CareTrack Telematics Tires ................................................................$CALL System, 29.5R25 Michelin XADN Tires....$450,000
2009 Volvo ECR88, 1100 Hrs, Cab, A/C, Radio, Suspension Seat, Anti-Theft System, Work Lights Front/Rear, 18” Rubber Tracks, 83” Stick, 140” Offset Boom, Joystick Pattern Selector Valve, Pilot Controls, Q/C Piping, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Automatic 2 Speed Travel, Leveling Blade, Optional (882lb) Counterweight ........................................................................$88,500
1999 Volvo L90C, Cab, Heater, Contronics, Radio, Single Lever Control, F/R Switch, Front Work Lights, Boom Suspension, 3rd Function, Hydraulic Attachment Bracket, 3.4cy Bkt w/Teeth, 20.5R25 Tires 35%........................................................$60,000
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Farm-Rite Celebrates Season With Annual Open House
arm-Rite in Dassel, Minn., celebrated spring with its annual open house April 27. Attendance was strong with great weather and great food and prizes. More than 400 attendees came to
see equipment demos and check out all of the great equipment for rent and for sale. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
A huge crowd enjoys burgers, brats and hotdogs as well as door prizes. Jay Kockler, sales specialist of Farm-Rite, Dassel, Minn., with a new A770 all wheel steer Bobcat. Serving this year (L-R) was Debra, Diane, Donna and Grace (family of Denise Harkmanemployee). Not pictured was Seth, Krista and Saara (family of Debbie Rokala, employee).
(L-R): U.S. Pride Products’ hands-free splitter was a hit with attendees Bob Hebzynski of Corcoran, Minn., Loren Leuer of Westside Tire, also from Corcoran, Minn.; and DeWayne Bauman of Class Act Outdoor Furnaces, Montrose Minn. Farm-Rite employees Neil Karnik (L) and Aaron Nordberg, along with his daughter, Brooke, took time out to enjoy the beautiful sunshine. Karnik was using the remote control unit for the Bobcat demo area.
Longtime Construction Equipment Guide subscriber Mark Woolery, owner of MCE, St. Michael, Minn., is looking to add some equipment to his fleet and is checking out the options available, such as this Bobcat T550.
In this new Bobcat E32 excavator is Peter Heigel of New Hope with Eldon Barkeim, maintenance manager of Landscape Concepts, Hutchinson, Minn.
Farm-Rite’s open house, held April 27, kept the parts department very busy. Helping out (L) was Dan Cox, sales specialist; David Cox, parts service manager, and Mitch Anderson, service manager.
Former Minnesota Twin and Minnesota Twin broadcaster Dan Gladden (C) stopped by to see longtime friends and Farm-Rite owners Tim Cox (L) and Tom Cox.
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IAAP Hosts 45th Annual Convention in Springfield, Ill.
n April 23, the Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers (IAAP) held its 45th annual convention in Springfield, Ill. Those in attendance were given the opportunity to learn about the major topics affecting the aggregates industry and benefitting members of the association. Associate members were on hand showcasing their products and services in the expo area of the convention hall. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequip- (L-R): Randi Wille, Meyer Material Co.; Glenda Schoening, IAAP; and Brian Rice, Hanson mentguide.com.) Material Service, hand out the registration see IAAP page 32 badges for the 45th annual convention.
With expo goodie bags in hand (L-R) are Mark Carter and Greg Hilliard, both of William Charles Construction Co. LLC; Peter Passas and Ron Svartoein, both of West Side Tractor Sales Co.; Chris Boyer, Mark Rager, and Rich Hanna, all of William Charles Construction Co. LLC; and Kelly Barr, West Side Tractor Sales Co.
Steve Johnson mans Industries LLC booth.
Jim Rancilio (L) and Mike Stanczak, both of Hanson Material Service, catch up during the expo.
Meeting up (L-R) are Kim Schmidt and Floie Lawrence, both of Lawrence Gravel Inc.; Betty Jenkins, Loos Service & Supply Inc.; Everett Lawrence, president of Lawrence Gravel Inc.; and Mark Powley and Don Bloss, both of Loos Service & Supply Inc.
Tim Kennedy, Walz Scales, was at the convention displaying the scales his company has to offer.
Larry Goessling (L), Shakespeare Aggregates Inc., and Scott Souder, Orica USA Inc., meet up during the expo portion of the convention hall.
(L-R): Pat Meara, The G.W. Van Keppel Co., with Shakespeare Aggregates’ Chris Higgins and Mark Maxey.
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Wis. DOT Proposes Reconstruction Delays in Light of Deficit By Todd Richmond ASSOCIATED PRESS
MADISON, Wis. (AP) State transportation officials released a new plan April 29 to delay reconstruction work on southeastern Wisconsin’s freeways and scale back road aid to local governments in hopes of closing a looming deficit in the state’s transportation fund. The fund is the state’s major source of money for highway improvements and maintenance, aid to local governments for road work, the State Patrol and the Division of Motor Vehicles. Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s 2013-15 executive transportation budget estimated the fund would finish fiscal year 2015 with a $12.6 million deficit. But the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau released projections that show a $63.5 million shortfall in the fund on June 30, 2015, due largely to dwindling gas tax revenue. The state Department of Transportation, a Walker cabinet agency, put out the new plan a day before the Legislature’s powerful finance committee was scheduled to review the governor’s trans-
portation budget. DOT spokeswoman Peg Schmitt said the plan is meant as a guide for lawmakers as they grapple with the deficit. Rep. John Nygren, R-Marinette, one of the committee’s two cochairs, said the suggestions look reasonable but acknowledged the state must find more stable ways to fund road building as more people turn to fuel-efficient vehicles and the gas tax dries up. “We’re dealing with it by prioritizing,’’ Nygren said. “Within the environment in which we’re living, it’s the best possible scenario.’’ The plan calls for saving $19 million by pushing back funding an Interstate 94 interchange upgrade in Milwaukee County until the next budget. The interchange reconstruction is part of a larger multi-year project to upgrade the interstate between Milwaukee and the Illinois border. The agency also wants to delay reconstruction work on a portion of Milwaukee’s Zoo Interchange, saving $14 million; cut $7.3 million from a program that funds major highway projects in the first year of the budget but restore it in the second; cut $4.3 million from road aid for local governments in
year one and restore it in year two; reduce funding for a Milwaukeeto-Chicago Amtrak passenger rail line by $1.1 million across the twoyear spending plan; and cut $900,000 from a program designed to reduce congestion. The agency went on to suggest cutting $2.5 million from payments that go to municipalities for maintaining state highways and pushing back hiring 24 new State Patrol vehicle inspectors until fiscal year 2015. “WisDot believes [the plan] provides a fair and reasonable path forward that addresses the most pressing needs of the state’s transportation system in a fiscally responsible way,’’ Schmitt said. Lawmakers have been worrying about the transportation fund’s solvency for years. The fund consists largely of gas tax and vehicle registration revenue, but people have been driving less in more fuel-efficient cars and registering fewer vehicles. The fiscal bureau estimated people are expected to buy 276 million fewer gallons of gas and diesel over the biennium than Walker’s administration thought, resulting in a loss of $83.5 million in revenue.
The bureau also projected registration revenues will ring in at $5.3 million less than Walker planned. A bipartisan commission Walker and the Legislature appointed in 2011 to examine the state’s transportation funding needs recommended raising the gas tax by 5 cents per gallon, increasing driver’s license fees and creating a registration fee based on miles driven. Republican leaders have said they won’t increase the gas tax and have ignored the rest of the recommendations. Walker’s budget instead shores up the fund by transferring $55 million from the state’s general and petroleum inspection fund and authorizes $994 million in new borrowing for transportation projects. It’s unclear how much of a longterm impact the agency’s plan might have on the state. DOT officials left the borrowing authorization alone. The rail line cut would have next to no effect, according to the fiscal bureau; Amtrak’s contract is expected to cost $1.1 million less than when Walker introduced his budget in February. Most of the program cuts would be restored in the second year of
the 2013-2015 budget, and the Milwaukee projects should still be completed on schedule, DOT officials said. Both the Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association and the Wisconsin Counties Association support the plan, even though it could result in fewer jobs for road builders and delays in filling pot holes or plowing snow. Still, Jon Hochkammer, the counties association’s legislative director, called the plan “a Band-Aid approach’’ and implored lawmakers to find a long-term solution. A spokesman of Sen. Alberta Darling, R-River Hills, one of the finance committee’s two co-chairs, didn’t immediately return a message. Nygren said lawmakers likely will revisit the commission’s ideas as the economy improves. “It’s not a good time to go back to others and ask for more,’’ he said. “[But] those ideas and others will be debated.’’ (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Illinois Tollway Announces New Small Business Initiative The Illinois Tollway Board of Directors recently approved a new Small Business Initiative to increase opportunities for small companies to participate in the agency’s 15-year, $12 billion capital program Move Illinois: The Illinois Tollway Driving the Future. “The Illinois Tollway is providing a great boost for small firms looking for a chance to grow and succeed in the construction industry,” said Gov. Pat Quinn. “The success of small businesses strengthens our state’s economy and creates good-paying jobs for Illinois residents.” The new initiative defines small businesses as those with gross revenues of $10 million or less annually. To be eligible, businesses must be registered in the state’s Small Business Set Aside Program and may need to be prequalified by the Illinois Department of Transportation. The Tollway’s new Small Business Initiative establishes small business goals for select construction contracts on an ongoing basis just as it currently does for disadvantaged businesses, including certified minority- and women-owned business enterprises. Small business goals will be set on a project-by- project basis beginning in May 2013. In addition, the new initiative provides for select con-
struction contracts, generally with values of approximately $1 million, to be identified and awarded specifically to small businesses. Beginning in May 2013, small businesses should regularly monitor the Tollway’s bid letting schedule, which can be found on the “Doing Business” section of Tollway’s Web site — www.illinoistollway.com — for information about advertised small business contracts. The Tollway’s new Small Business Initiative will be raceand gender-neutral, consistent with the agency’s goal to ensure that businesses of all types and sizes have the opportunity to participate in its construction projects. “This new initiative creates a level playing field for small businesses of all backgrounds to work on Tollway projects,” said Illinois Tollway Executive Director Kristi Lafleur. “So, whether it’s a women- owned business, a disadvantaged business or a simply a small business, they will all have the opportunity to work on our capital program.” The initiative will build on the Tollway’s current efforts to increase opportunities for small businesses to participate on Tollway projects as prime contractors. The Tollway already has been working to unbundle larger contracts into several smaller jobs, as well as actively defining small contract
opportunities in amounts under $5 million. In 2012, a total of 14 unbundled contracts were awarded. With April Board action, 15 contracts under $5 million have been awarded so far in 2013. The new initiative is among many ongoing outreach efforts the Illinois Tollway has initiated since launching the Move Illinois Program in 2012 in an effort to diversify and expand the pool of firms and individuals doing business with the Illinois Tollway. In addition to organizing networking events for construction and professional services firms, the Tollway created its first-ever Construction Contracts 101 Training Webinar to help companies navigate the contract and bidding process. And, earlier this month, the Tollway announced plans to develop technical assistance programs for small, minorityand women-owned construction firms in partnership with the Illinois Community College Board, Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity and Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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With equipment now in the field, Kobelco is poised to deliver on its promise of total customer satisfaction. The company has a substantial parts inventory on hand at its centrally-based Houston headquarters for quick coast-to-coast shipment and delivery, as well as a full staff of parts and service personnel with a wide range of industry experience to ensure their aftermarket support is industryleading, according to the company. With many customers already familiar with the Kobelco brand, the company is confident its reentry into the North American market will quickly result in considerable growth. “We are committed to manufacturing quality equipment and pricing it aggressively for today’s competitive marketplace,” said Katsuhiko Morita. “With a full network of established dealers behind us, we will be in a solid position to gain market share fairly quickly.” Additional machine shipments are already on the water for arrival at the Ports of Galveston, Los Angeles and Jacksonville. Subsequent shipments will be made on an ongoing basis. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Chris Morgan Joins Southeastern Equipment as Sales Representative
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Berry Tractor & Equipment Southeastern Equipment Company has announced that Chris Morgan has joined the company as a sales representative at the Brunswick, Ohio, location. In his new position, Morgan is responsible for new, used and rental equipment sales and product support for three Ohio counties: Erie, Huron and Lorain. “We welcome Chris to the Southeastern team,” said Charlie Patterson, president of Southeastern
Equipment Co. “He has hands on experience with both construction and agriculture equipment. We look forward to seeing his contributions.” Most recently, Morgan was employed by the Monroeville Street Department. He also has experience operating farming equipment at Sunrise Cooperative. He earned an associates degree at Ohio State University in agricultural business.
Southeastern Equipment Company has announced that Chris Morgan has joined the company as a sales representative at the Brunswick, Ohio, location. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
ARTBA Asserts Highway Trust Fund Problems Are Political, Not Structural “The root of the federal Highway Trust Fund’s [HTF] revenue challenge is not an antiquated gas tax or alternative-fueled vehicles dominating the U.S. automobile fleet or improved fuel economy, but a more direct and obvious flaw: the federal motor fuels tax and other highway user fees have not been adjusted for 20 years.” That’s the key message the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) delivered April 24 to members of Congress during a House budget committee hearing on the state of the HTF. In written testimony, ARTBA noted 2012’s highway/transit law — MAP21 — had a revenue title that provided no more than a short-term stabilization for the federal surface transportation programs, and within 17 months Congress will once again be faced with the reality of existing revenues being insufficient to maintain investment levels.
“Policy makers will have three straight-forward choices; dramatically cut federal highway and public transportation investment and threaten hundreds of thousands of jobs, continue the recent trend of supplementing trust fund revenues with general funds and, in so doing, add to the deficit, or generate new revenues,” ARTBA said. ARTBA’s testimony noted the federal government’s responsibility for supporting interstate commerce is clearly laid out in the U.S. Constitution, and the nation’s highway network is the manifestation of such constitutional responsibility in that it facilitates the movement of people and goods between the states. Addressing the HTF’s shortfall is a “political dilemma, not a structural or functional shortcoming,” according to ARTBA. “There are many viable approaches to generate new revenues to support federal surface transportation investments. House Republicans
reinforced this fact in the last Congress when they sought to generate new revenues for the Highway Trust Fund by linking domestic energy exploration with infrastructure investment,” said the group. The association called on Congress to include a long-term revenue solution to stabilize and grow HTF’s revenues as part of a comprehensive reform to the U.S. tax code. “Such an action would not only aid in deficit reduction by eliminating the trust fund’s burden on the general fund, but it would support investment in tangible assets that would support economic growth for years to come,” ARTBA said. For more information, visit www.artba.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Diesel Machinery, Inc. www.dieselmachinery.com SD Aberdeen 605-725-4364 â€¢ 888-762-6312 Rapid City 605-348-7438 â€¢ 800-658-3047 Sioux Falls 605-336-0411 â€¢ 800-456-4005
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Road Machinery & Supplies Co. www.rmsequipment.com IA Cedar Rapids 319-363-9655 â€¢ 800-616-6615 Des Moines 218-741-9011 â€¢ 800-555-1455 Sioux City 712-252-0538 â€¢ 800-633-9104 IL Milan 309-787-1742 â€¢ 800-633-9114 MN Duluth 218-727-8671 â€¢ 800-888-9535 Savage 952-895-9595 â€¢ 800-888-9515 Virginia 218-741-9011 â€¢ 800-752-4304
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Associate Members Showcase Aggregate Products, Services IAAP from page 20
Manning the Patten Industries booth (L-R) are Clyde Kessel, Tony Mattingly and John Norton. see IAAP page 58
Bob Brewer, Aring Equipment Co. Inc., was on hand to answer customer’s questions.
Brynn Benthal (L), The G.W. Van Keppel Co., welcomes Pete Colangelo, Ozinga Materials Inc., to the Van Keppel booth.
Jim Johnson (L) and Jack Shecterle, both of American Bin & Conveyor LLC, were in attendance at the convention. (L-R): Brad Cowell, Miller-Bradford & Risberg Inc.; Jeff Bussan, Conmat Inc.; and Dave Bawinkel, Miller-Bradford & Risberg Inc. (L-R): Rob Vanderwall VCNA Prairie Inc.; Jeff Lovgren, Astec Mobile Screens; and Clyde Robison and Kevin Fiddes, both of McAllister Equipment Co.
(L-R): Mike McCulloch, Wirtgen America Inc.; Mike McNamara, Roland Machinery Co.; and Nick Ford, Wirtgen America Inc.
Eric Woodings (L), Vulcan Materials Co., and Ed Eilenfeld, Rock Machinery Co.
James McGaw (L) and Mandy Moore, both of Inertia Machine, Freeport, Ill.
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Vögele i-Series Represent Next Generation of Vision Pavers The new 10-ft. (3 m) Vögele Vision i-Series pavers represent the next generation of Vision pavers for the 21st century. The tracked Vision 5200-2i and wheeled Vision 5203-2i pavers are new in 2013 and are designed especially for the requirements of the North American market. These versatile pavers are suitable for urban applications, as well as for highway, airport and commercial work, according to the manufacturer. The tracked Vision 5200-2 has a maximum paving width of 28 ft. (8.5 m), with a maximum laydown rate of 1,300 tph (1,179 t), and a transport width of 10 ft., while the
The tracked Vision 5200-2 has a maximum paving width of 28 ft. (8.5 m), with a maximum laydown rate of 1,300 tph (1,179 t), and a transport width of 10 ft. (3 m), while the wheeled 5203-2i has a maximum paving width of 25 ft. 6 in. (7.7 m), with the same maximum laydown rate of 1,300 tph, and transport width of 10 ft.
operator visibility of material hopper, screed and auger tunnel. These i-class Vision series pavers are both cool and quiet during operation. Vögele Vision 5200-2i The tracked Vision 5200-2i is designed primarily for use in highway construction, where it’s all about power and productivity. With a powerful The tracked Vision 5200-2i is designed primarily for use in highway 6-cylinder Cummins engine construction. With a powerful 6-cylinder Cummins engine delivering delivering 250 hp. (186 kW), 250 hp. (186 kW), the heavy-duty paver achieves paving speeds up to 250 fpm (76 m) and travel speeds up to 7.5 mph (12 kmh), both the heavy-duty paver achieves paving speeds up to 250 fpm infinitely variable. (76 m) and travel speeds up to wheeled 5203-2i has a maximum are equipped with ErgoPlus, 7.5 mph (12 kmh), both infinitely paving width of 25 ft. 6 in. (7.7 m), Vögele’s revolutionary total design variable. with the same maximum laydown concept for easy paver operation. The large material hopper holds rate of 1,300 tph, and transport ErgoPlus simplifies the operators’ 240 cu. ft. (6.8 cu m), and is width of 10 ft. work and provides comfort, while dimensioned so that plenty of mix The Vision 5200-2i and 5203-2i offering owners unobstructed can be available at all times. Two
cylinders per side provide smooth operation. Continuous rubber tracks, 18 in. (45.7 cm) wide, with self-aligning front idlers, provide optimal steering under any conditions. Dual track tensioning cylinders provide perfect alignment. The 5200-2i’s Tier IVi Cummins engine provides excellent horsepower-to-weight ratio, and the paver benefits from highly efficient cooling for longevity of all paver components. Its advanced design provides precise material handling, and its innovative and reliable drive concept provides detailed tracking, according to the manufacturer. With its auto-tensioning of conveyors, optional auto-lubrication, and more, the Vision 5200-2i frees its owners of many daily maintenance chores.
Vögele Vision 5203-2i The wheeled Vision 5203-2i paver provides the benefits of the next-generation Vision pavers in a wheeled design, with its attributes of maneuverability and speed in work zones, and high flotation on unconsolidated subgrades and loose shoulders. The 5203-2i can pave at speeds up to 250 fpm, and travel up to 12 mph (19 kmh), both infinitely variable. Maximum power and torque is obtained from hydrostatic drives, and separate hydraulic drives are provided for each of the rear wheels. Two or four powered front wheels are available as options. Electronic traction management ensures optimum tractive effort and protects the engine against overload. Permanent ground contact of front wheels utilizes pivoting bogies. Its top travel speed of 12 mph allows the paver to maneuver quickly on the job site. A number of different drive options (6 by 2, 6 by 4 and 6 by 6) are available for the Vision 5203-2i. The 5203-2i’s small turning radius permits easy and quick maneuvering, even in tight corners. Electronic traction management is provided. Like the 5200-2i, its powerful EPA Tier IVi Cummins engine provides excellent horsepower-toweight ratio, with technology permitting very low noise emissions, combined with highly efficient cooling to enhance longevity of all paver components. Also like the 5200-2, the Vision 5203-2i features auto-tensioning of conveyors, optional auto-lubrication, and more, freeing its owners of many daily maintenance chores. For more information, visit www.wirtgenamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Compaction Measurement Technology...
Bomag Introduces New Economizer for Mid-Sized BW138AD-5 Tandem Roller Bringing compaction measurement technology to mid-size tandem vibratory rollers for the first time, Bomag introduced the new Economizer as an optional feature on its BW138AD-5 roller. The Economizer system saves time and money by providing operators with real-time data, thereby allowing continuous control of the compaction process. The BW138AD-5 Economizer uses an acceleration sensor to measure the stiffness of the target material across the entire compacted area. Data from the sensor is instantly displayed via a series of ten yellow LED lights on the roller’s instrument panel. The number of illuminated lights on the LED display increases in conjunction with increased compaction levels, allowing the operator to quickly react Data from the sensor is instantly displayed via a series of 10 yellow LED lights on to changing conditions and the roller’s instrument panel. The number of illuminated lights on the LED display ultimately produce smooth, increases in conjunction with increased compaction levels, allowing the operator to consistent compaction quickly react to changing conditions and ultimately produce smooth, consistent results. compaction results. The Economizer signifies that maximum compaction has been achieved when the full view of all machine controls. The BW138AD-5 is equipped with a pressure water number of illuminated lights does not increase with subsequent roller passes. This technology effectively saves time sprinkler system that includes a high-capacity 81.9-gal. (310 and money by helping operators avoid making additional L) water tank for extended operation intervals between passes beyond the point of optimal compaction. refills. Filtered spray nozzles and automatic interval sprinAdditionally, a red LED light on the display warns of poten- kler control contribute to water savings, while solid windtial over-compaction, thereby preventing fractured aggre- screens ensure that the drums receive sufficient coverage gate. A sudden drop in the number of lit LED lights indicates even in windy conditions. Flexible, spring-actuated scrapers a weak spot in the material, allowing operators to immedi- further contribute to optimum water distribution. Requiring no daily grease points, the roller is easy to ately analyze and remedy that particular area of the project. maintain. Its durable composite hood allows efficient access Powered by a Tier IVi 45.3-hp (33.7 kW), water-cooled Kubota diesel engine, the BW138AD-5 delivers a maximum to the engine, while modern circular instrumentation on the centrifugal force of 10,800 lbs. Offering a working width of dashboard includes warning signals, an hour meter and a fuel 54.3 in. (138 cm), the roller includes larger 35.4-in. (90 cm) level indicator. Accessible lashing rings, a single lifting point diameter drums and provides dual vibration frequencies of and integrated towing hook combine to make transport easy 3,480 or 2,820 vpm for more efficient compaction and better and reduce unloading times. Standard safety features on the BW138AD-5 include foldsurface quality results. Additionally, the roller’s bolt-on oscillating and articulating joint improves maneuverability able ROPS with seat belt, back-up alarm, emergency stop by allowing the rear drum to follow the same path as the button, and front and rear working lights for night operation. The roller’s engine hood and instrument panel also are lockfront drum while turning, according to the manufacturer. A suspended and vibration-isolated operator’s platform able to protect against vandalism. For more information, call 800/782-6624 or visit includes a fully adjustable seat for added comfort, while allowing clear visibility of the drums. Operator efficiency is www.bomag.com/us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment enhanced with multifunctional dual travel levers and smart drive steering wheel that provides more working room and a Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Volvo’s P7110, P7170 Simplify Cold Weather Start-Ups Powered by a Volvo 235 hp (175 kW) Tier IVi-compliant D8 engine, the Volvo P7110 and P7170 pavers are more efficient than previous models, with decreased engine emissions and increased fuel efficiency, according to the manufacturer. The engine’s diesel particulate filter (DPF) and active, semi-automatic regeneration process work without interruption, maximizing machine performance and productivity. Starting the paver in cold weather is made easier due to an available pump decoupler that disengages non-essential pumps for more consistent start-ups. The P7110 and P7170 are powerfully precise, with a foursensor feed system that automatically regulates the delivery and flow of material to match paver speed, ensuring smooth, even paving. With the simple press of a button, the driver and screed operator can extend hydraulically-powered, twostage tunnels, which offer concise control of material flow across the paving width, resulting in a high quality mat. Flow gates, as well as other options, are available to tailor machines to meet individual contractor’s needs. BlawKote protective coating prevents asphalt from sticking to vital components, providing better machine wear and longer life. The P7110 and P7170 pavers offer near 360-degree visibility, giving operators a safe, all-around view of the paving process for greater comfort and confidence. The signature low, single-level platform permits the operator to move freely, easily and safely. Large steps, handrails and anti-slip plates allow the operator to access and exit the platform safely. Dual-rotating, tiltable consoles deliver greater versatility, allowing operators to choose from which side of the machine they prefer to operate. Operator productivity is improved with adjustable seats that can be extended beyond the edge of the paver, offering improved visibility and comfort. Steering on the tracked P7110 is controlled by two levers on each seat console, while the steering wheel maneuvers the wheeled P7170. Controls are intuitively clustered by function for ease of use and are backlit for night use or low-light conditions. The P7110 and P7170 SmokEater fume extraction system removes fumes at 83 percent efficiency without obstructing the operator’s view into the auger channel. Fumes are captured and conveyed from the auger channel, moved through the paver and exit through the integral exhaust/fumes stack. Smooth Operator The screeds on the P7110 and P7170 deliver high density levels, helping roller compaction, resulting in a high-
quality, uniform mat, according to the manufacturer. A variety of front and rear hydraulicallyextendable Volvo screeds are available for paving applications, as well as bolton extensions for wide paving applications. Paving efficiency is enhanced on these models with a large, 12-ton (11 t) capacity hopper, which works in conjunction with independently controlled conveyors and augers to ensure a consistent flow of material to the screed.
Synchronized folding, hydraulic front hopper wings deliver material to the conveyor system, minimizing material segregation. Hydrostatic drives for the independently controlled conveyors and augers ensure material is moved evenly to both sides of the screed. Each
The P7110 and P7170 pavers offer near 360-degree visibility, giving operators a safe, all-around view of the paving process for greater comfort and confidence.
conveyor has a reverse feature, which helps control material and assist in clean-up. Proportional auger speed control and hydraulic auger height adjustments provide an optimal head of material in the auger channel. The large volume of asphalt throughput supports continuous production, regardless of paving width, thickness or speed. Maintenance on these models is made easy with ground level accessibility to service points and wide opening service doors on the deck surface. Machine lifetime and productivity are further enhanced through a variety of customer service support channels. Customer service agreements are available, which provide customers with maximum cost control and minimum downtime. Access also is made available to the Volvo Road Institute, a program which, for nearly 50 years, has provided customers with relevant educational content delivered by industry experts, helping customers maximize productivity and machine performance. For more information, call 717/532-9181 or visit www.volvo.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
The P7110 and P7170 are powerfully precise, with a four-sensor feed system that automatically regulates the delivery and flow of material to match paver speed, ensuring smooth, even paving.
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Our rollers are pretty basic. Basically perfect. BOMAG improves on perfection with the BW120AD-4 roller. Want a roller that will finish the job better, faster and more efficiently? Then you want the BW120AD-4 from BOMAG. We took the top tandem-drum vibratory roller in its class and made it even better: A more powerful 33.8-hp diesel engine, a 14-percent faster working speed, and a larger operator’s platform with standard laterally sliding seat for better visibility. Improving perfection? That’s just the basics with BOMAG. To do the best job, you need the best equipment. To learn more visit www.bomag-americas.com, or call 1-800-78-BOMAG today.
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Case Introduces Next Generation of Asphalt Compactors Case Construction Equipment introduced its next generation of asphalt compaction equipment with an updated line of small double drum asphalt rollers. The new DV Series — the DV23, DV26, DV36 and DV45 — combines a compact size, maneuverability and visibility, with the same control features found in heavy asphalt rollers. The DV Series small tandem rollers feature a tapered offset drum and high curb clearance, allowing users to compact right up to high curbs or other tight areas, making them ideal for parking lots, bike paths, tennis courts and other small- to medium-sized projects, according to the manufacturer. The four new models, replacing the DV201, 202 and 204, are part of Case’s complete line of compaction equipment that can handle anything from coarse bases compaction to hot-mix asphalt surfaces. “The narrow hood design on our new line of DV Series small compactors gives operators the ability to see right down to the edge of the
The new DV Series combines a compact size, maneuverability and visibility, with the same control features found in heavy asphalt rollers.
drum, which is critical in tight spaces, and sets Case equipment apart from competitors,” said Katie Pullen, Case brand marketing manager. “Contractors want to eliminate the amount of foot compacting they need to do, and these machines allow operators to get closer to areas than they ever could before.” Pullen explained that the small
DV Series compactors also have a tighter turning radius, which improves compaction times, and the offset tapered drums reduce asphalt tearing while compacting around curves. Operators can further maximize productivity with standard dual amplitudes and dual frequencies. The Tier IV Interim Yanmar engine on the small DV Series
compactors delivers the same high centrifugal forces and frequencies as the competition, but at lower RPMs, making the machines more fuel efficient. Low overhead clearance is no problem with the standard foldable rollover protection system (ROPS), according to the manufacturer. “These small DV compactors offer superior compaction capabilities for a variety of asphalts, and the pressurized water tanks ensure there’s no wasted water and consistent flow, even on hills,” Pullen said. Operator Comfort, Easy Maintenance Enhance Productivity As always, operator comfort remains a top priority for Case, and the DV Series compactors feature an iso-mounted operator platform that minimizes vibration and reduces operator fatigue. Operators also have superior visibility to the drum edge on both sides of the machine with a lateral sliding seat as standard equipment, even on the
smallest machine. The automatic vibration control system includes automatic or operator-controlled start and stop to the drum. The machines are built to minimize maintenance time and maximize productivity for years to come. Routine maintenance is performed easily with the gas strut assist opening hood and unmatched access to key internal engine components. The compactors feature an external fuel fill and Teflon articulation joint. In addition, all check points are conveniently located on one side of the machine for faster service. The Case DV23, DV26, DV36 and DV45 asphalt rollers have drum widths ranging from 39 to 54 in. (100 to 137 cm), and operating weights from 4,960 to 10,295 lb. (2,250 to 4,670 kg). For more information, visit www.casece.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Takeuchi Taps Road Builders Machinery New Neb. Dealer Takeuchi-US has announced Road Builders Machinery & Supply Co. Inc. as the latest addition to the expanding Takeuchi dealer network in North America. As a full service equipment distributor, Road Builders Machinery & Supply Co will represent the full line of Takeuchi compact earthmoving equipment at its locations in Omaha, Lincoln, and Grand Island, Neb. Founded in 1985, Road Builders Machinery & Supply Co. serves the road building, construction, aggregate processing, and scrap handling industries in the Midwest. Specializing in the sales, rental and service of road construction and aggregate tools and equipment, Road Builders Machinery & Supply Co. also offers comprehensive onsite maintenance and fleet management programs, and has locations throughout Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri. “With a near thirty-year commitment to the growing needs of their customers, and top notch service, maintenance and fleet management programs, Road Builders Machinery & Supply Co. has grown their
“We feel our alignment in Nebraska will best serve both existing and future Takeuchi customers and wish them continued success.” John Vranches Takeuchi
business substantially over the years,” said John Vranches, Takeuchi national sales manager. “We feel our alignment in Nebraska will best serve both existing and future Takeuchi customers and wish them continued success”. Takeuchi is an ISO 9001 certified manufacturer of an extensive line of compact track loaders, compact excavators, compact wheel loaders, and skid steer loaders. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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BRANDEIS MACHINERY & SUPPLY COMPANY
ROLAND MACHINERY DePere WI 920/532-0165 Fax: 920/532-0526 Deforest WI 608/842-4151 Franksville WI 262/835-2710
Schofield WI 715/355-9898 Eau Claire, WI 715/874-5400 Escanaba MI 906/786-6920 Springfield, IL 217/789-7711
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Paducah, KY 270/444-8390 • Fax 270/575-4907 Indianapolis, IN 317/872-8410 • Fax 317/872-8417 Ft.Wayne, IN 260/489-4551 • Fax 260/489-1620
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DePere, WI 920/532-0165
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ARNOLD’S OF KIMBALL www.arnoldsinc.com 701 State Hwy 55 E Kimball, MN 55353 320/398-3800 Fax: 320/398-6900
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BURRIS EQUIPMENT CO. www.burrisequipment.com 2216 N. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60087 847/336-1205 Fax: 847/336-2697 27939 W. Concrete Dr. Ingleside, IL 60041 815/363-4100 2001 Cherry Hill Rd. Joliet, IL 60433 815/464-6650 Fax: 815/464-6951
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Burris Equipment Company Joliet • 815-464-6650 Ingleside • 815-363-4100 Waukegan • 847-336-1205
Diamond Equipment Hardings Heavy Equipment 1060 Diamond Ave. 109 W. Commercial Ave. Evansville, IN 47711 Lowell, IN 46356 812-425-4428 219-696-8911 dmfortune www.hardingsinc.com @diamondequipment.com firstname.lastname@example.org www.diamondequipment.com Southeastern Equipment Co., Inc. 2000 Harlan Drive Fort Wayne, IN 46808 Terry Haute, IN 47802 260-483-8868 812-299-4747 888-343-4747 4951 West 96th Street Fax: 812-299-3687 Indianapolis, IN 46268 317-872-4877 www.southeasternequip.com
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ASC, Swanston Equipment Realign Volvo Distribution Effective immediately, ASC Construction Equipment will take over heavy equipment (motorgrader, articulated hauler, excavator, and wheel loader) sales and service of the Volvo brand as well as the utility product line (backhoe, compact wheel loader, compact excavator and skid steer loader) from Swanston Equipment Companies. Swanston Equipment Companies, with an extensive 77 year history in the region, will continue to offer customers the Volvo paving equipment product line which includes asphalt pavers, milling and compaction. Volvo trained technicians on the heavy equipment as well as sales personnel will remain in place and will transition to ASC, therefore there should be no disruption on customer sales or service. ASC, one of Volvo’s largest dealers in North America, now occupies the newly opened state-ofthe-art facility in Bismarck, N.D., as well as
temporarily share facilities in other key locations with Swanston. “This agreement will allow us to focus on the distribution and support of paving machinery products to customers in this region,” said Mike Swanston, president of Swanston Equipment Companies. “We remain fully committed to the Volvo product and look forward to continue to support Volvo’s customers in the future.” “We truly are working together with Swanston to better serve Volvo customers in the region,” said Brad Stimmel, president of ASC. “We are going to build on Swanston Equipment Companies great tradition by leveraging our experiences and resources and hope to accelerate the growth of Volvo’s success in North Dakota and western Minnesota.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Luby Celebrates Facility Reopening Anniversary Luby Equipment Services will hold an ment demonstrations. open house at its O’Fallon facility at 2999 Guests will be able to test their machine Mexico Road in O’Fallon, Mo., on May 17 operating ability in the compact track loader from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and May 18 from 9 and excavator skills competition. A sandbox a.m. to 4 p.m. will be available for children to search for Attendees can tour the remodeled show- treasure. Representatives from several room and see the new utility equipment equipment manufacturers will be available available for rent. Hamburgers, hot dogs and to answer questions, including Case, drinks will be served. Skyjack, Indeco, Contests and prizes will Paladin, Wacker be offered. Anyone Neuson, Sullivan“We are excited to interested in construcPalatek, Pro-Tec, celebrate the first tion equipment is welLeica and Railhead. come to attend. The O’Fallon locaanniversary of the “We are excited to tion offers a full range celebrate the first of services for utility reopening of our anniversary of the and heavy equipment, O’Fallon location.” reopening of our including shop and O’Fallon location,” said Bob Luby on-site services, onBob Luby, president at time parts delivery Luby Equipment Services Luby Equipment and rental equipment. Services. “Our new For more informashowroom is open now, and we’d like our tion, visit www.lubyequipment.com. (This story also can be found on customers and neighbors to tour the facility.” The open house also will feature trenching Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at and shoring safety training and Case equip- www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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543 S. Rohlwing Rd • Addison, IL 60101 630-627-0000 250 E. North Frontage Rd. • Bolingbrook, IL 60440 630-739-7770 2350 S. Laflin St. • Chicago, IL 60608 312-942-9200 4701 West 137th Street • Crestwood, IL 60445 708-597-3110 1133 Indianapolis Blvd. • Schererville, IN 46375 219-865-6545 1360 N. Rand Rd. • Wauconda, IL 60084 847-526-9444 4102 W. Crystal Lake Rd. • McHenry, IL 60050 815-385-0420 www.McCannOnline.com
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Road Machinery & Supplies Co. 5633 W. Highway 13 • Savage, MN 55378 952-895-9595 • 800-888-9515 314 Garfield Ave. • Duluth, MN 55802 218-727-8611 • 800-888-9535 315 North Hoover Rd. • Virginia, MN 55792 218-741-9011 • 800-752-4304 75 US Hwy 41 • Neguanee, MI 49866 906-475-6488 606 W. 10th Ave. • Milan, IL 61264 309-787-1742 • 800-633-9114
RMS Rentals 12520 Quenton Ave. So., Ste 100 Savage, MN 55378 952-895-9595 • 800-888-9515 www.rmsequipment.com
Victor L. Phillips Co. 4100 Gardner Ave. • Kansas City, MO 64120 800-878-9290 5430 S. Highway 43 • Joplin, MO 64804 800-878-8223 6330 W. Hwy 60 • Brookline Station, MO 65619 800-955-2729 3250 North Hydraulic • Wichita, KS 67219 800-878-3346 1304 SW 42 St. • Topeka, KS 66609 800-878-4345 2203 West Jones Ave. • Garden City, KS 67846 800-511-1435 www.vlpco.com
Kelbe Brothers Equipment Co., Inc. 12770 W. Silver Spring Drive • Butler, WI 53007 262-373-2151 Fax: 262-373-2102 4621 Dutch Mill Rd. • Madison, WI 53716 608-221-8300 Fax: 608-221-0610 www.kelbebros.com
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SANY America Reports First Q1 Profit; Sees Strong 2013 SANY America registered its first profitable quarter in the first three months of 2013, following a 2012 performance that saw revenue nearly double. Continued strong sales of cranes and excavators is expected to bring full-year profitability in 2013. “We have planned for growth, and those plans are now bearing good fruit,” said SANY America Chairman Tim Frank. “We had a very good year in 2012 with machine sales and expansion of our distribution network. We’ve put a strong foundation in place in North America. We’re confident that 2013 will bring full-year profitability and see us potentially double revenue again.” Over the past year, SANY America has made good strides in sales of excavators, crawler cranes and rough terrain cranes. During 2012, crane sales were up 84 percent. In just the first two months of 2013, excavator orders eclipsed total 2012 sales by more than 50 percent. During 2012, SANY America introduced the SCC8500, a 550 ton (500 t) crawler crane with an automatic counterbalance system, an UltraLift option and ease of transport similar to a 440-ton (399 t) crane. New crawler and rough terrain crane models will be introduced in 2013.
In 2012, the earthmoving group come from outside China. In established an excavator assembly September 2007, SANY America line at the SANY America announced it would locate its headPeachtree City, Ga., plant. Despite quarters and assembly plant in just a partial year of sales activity Peachtree City, Ga. SANY became with a new line of four models of the third major Chinese-owned crawler excavators, the earthmovcompany to plan a manufacturing ing group achieved excellent results plant in Georgia. The 400,000-sq.that have continued in early 2013. ft. facility opened in August 2011. By the end of 2013, the excavaFor most of its first three years, tor dealer network will have tripled SANY America was focused on in size. Sales of excavators exceedselling and supporting SANY ed expectations in 2012, and the brand concrete pumps, used to flow new year has brought even stronger liquid concrete for construction of results. January and February 2013 commercial buildings, energy facilAmerica registered its first profitable quarter in ities and other large structures. excavator orders eclipsed 2012 total SANY the first three months of 2013, following a 2012 persales by more than 50 percent, formance that saw revenue nearly double. SANY is the concrete pump market which Frank attributes to strong, leader in China. In 2012, SANY experienced dealers selling quality machines also continue to examine other avenues for Heavy Industry acquired a 90-percent conat competitive prices. In recent months, growth, including acquisitions and joint ven- trolling stake in Putzmeister Holding SANY America added excavator dealers in tures.” GmbH, owner of the well-respected Virginia, North Carolina and Texas. More Putzmeister brand of concrete equipment. SANY America Shifts From dealer agreements are pending. With the acquisition, SANY became the No. Concrete to Lifting & Digging Frank said SANY America is still a new 1 global producer of concrete pumps. In SANY America was incorporated in mid- mid-2012, SANY America’s concrete pump business in North America, but its develop2006 as a subsidiary of China-based SANY business was moved to, and assumed by, ment is right on target. “Our focus will continue to be on product Heavy Industry Co. Ltd. The establishment Putzmeister America in Sturtevant, Wis. innovation, expansion of our distribution of SANY America was part of SANY’s (This story also can be found on network and expanding our product lines drive to become a more global brand and to Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at based on customers’ needs,” he said. “We’ll boost the percentage of SANY revenues that www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Multiple Rapid City Dealers Supply Rented Equipment SDDOT from page 1
arate sub-interim completion requirements and with all the side streets and the tie-ins, there also is a side-street where we have 15 days. We also have an intersection that we have to complete in 80 days. “We’ve got shutdowns for limited days and we’re trying to work that with all the subcontractors,” he continued. “The DOT has been helpful and is trying to get ahead of this project by working with the utility companies to relocate their infrastructure prior to us getting in.” Following many meetings with DOT and municipal officials, HC has identified conflict areas in advance and submitted resolutions for review in advance. “We have a good solid line of communications,” said Hogard. “We will have to be able to ask questions and get answers quickly to keep things moving.” The project also requires the various utilities to look after their infrastructure so that the project remains on schedule. Supporting HC are several subcontractors, including Muth Electric Inc., which is handling the new signals and lighting, Traffic Services Company for traffic control, Three Sons Landscaping Inc. for erosion control, J.H. Hilt Engineering Inc. for concrete barriers, and Arleth & Associates for the construction survey. Hogard said that the “pavement is in extremely terrible condition. The whole area has grown so much that they are having trouble with their storm water run-off coming onto the road and spilling into the neighborhood.” Work on the project began in February 2012 and thus far three lanes of new concrete pavement have been constructed on Sheridan Lake Road at the intersection Jackson; new concrete pavement ties into asphalt surfacing has been done on Sheridan Lake towards Storybook Island; June Court was reconstructed under the City Utility project with new sanitary sewer, water line and curb stops, asphalt surfacing, concrete curbs and gutters and sidewalks; and for the entrance to Creekside Professional Business complex off Sheridan, work completed under
The $18 million reconstruction of 1.36 mi. (2.2 km) of Jackson Boulevard (state Highway 44) in Rapid City, S.D., where the main phase of the work began in March consists of two contracts — the department of transportation (SDDOT) and the city of Rapid City.
the City Utility project included new asphalt surfacing on the northern perimeter of the complex following the installation of a new sanitary sewer main. Operations were put on hold for November and December, and in January work began on a large part of the sanitary and storm sewers, water pipes and traffic control switches. The January start had four utility crews on site, along with subcontractors. The March work has more subcontractors pitching in, including one grading crew and one paving crew. The plan is to complete the project by mid-September “if the weather was perfect. It will depend on how many weather days we lose after March,” said Hogard. “The biggest challenge is scheduling the sequencing. We started planning this job eight months ago.” This includes scheduling the delivery of building materials and piping. Meetings were held with Cretex to arrange for the design and manufacturing of the precast concrete sections. The majority of the former road material will not be recycled as it was not economically feasible — it will be deposited in two quarries located within two miles of
Jackson Blvd. However, 21,000 tons (19,051 t) of roadway material has been crushed and mixed into the base course. Based in Rapid City, HC has an equipment depot and repair shop two miles from the project. When the project reaches its peak, the firm should be employing five Caterpillar excavators — two 320s, two 330s, and a 345; two Komatsu 220 excavators; six Bobcat loaders ranging from T190s to T320s; 12 to 14 dump trucks from Peterbuilt and Sterling; two Caterpillar blades; five various rollers — including Bomag equipment; a Gomaco paver and a curb machine; one trimmer; and three water trucks. While maximizing its fleet, this project also will require rented equipment, which is being supplied by dealers in Rapid City, such as Jenner Equipment, DMI, Butler CAT, RDO Equipment, and some smaller suppliers. see SDDOT page 56
“We have a good solid line of communications. We will have to be able to ask questions and get answers quickly to keep things moving.” Sean Hogard
Heavy Constructors Inc.
The January start had four utility crews on site, along with subcontractors. The March work has more subcontractors pitching in, including one grading crew and one paving crew.
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This project will require rented equipment, which is being supplied by dealers in Rapid City, such as Jenner Equipment, DMI, Butler CAT, RDO Equipment, and some smaller suppliers. SDDOT from page 52
“It’s very easy for us to contact our dealers and secure what we need on rapid basis,” said Dave Dailey, HC’s division manager of structures and paving. “We’ve been working with them for years and they understand our needs, be they immediate or long-term.” Dailey is assisted in maintaining the fleet by Shop Foreman Joe Whitney, who has one mechanic on site full-time and another four that can be called upon. “We do quite a bit of the maintenance on site,” said Dailey. “Our shop handles the bigger repair work. We take our priority from the project managers on what needs to be worked on. We’ve used the two-month suspension of work to pull in our vehicles and equipment and rebuilt them to be ready for the tight schedule.” According to Whitney the cold weather had a minimal impact on repair and maintenance operations. A bulk fuel truck parked on site ensures ample fuel supplies for the many vehicles. Due to municipal bylaws, most of the work is done during the day, which allows the mechanics to complete much of the scheduled maintenance during off-hours. While breakers cannot operate after 10 p.m., concrete removal and the hauling of material can be done at night and contingency night operations have been planned for in order to
maintain the work schedule. In addition to having sites to repair vehicles and equipment and for temporary offices, space is needed for the large amount of building materials that are being brought in. This includes 17,000 ft. (5,182 m) of watermain piping, 7,200 ft. (2,195 m) of sanitary sewer, 7,200 ft. storm water pipe, 20,000 ft. (6,096 m) of electrical conduit, 55,000 sq. yds. (45,987 sq m) of concrete pavement, and 17,000 ft. (5,182 m) of curb and gutter. Because the two materials storage sites are located on a flood plain, they are reserved for piping. This is an important project for Heavy Constructors because there is a good possibility that the DOT is looking to tender a minimum of three similar projects in the next three to four years. “The way we approached this project in terms of pre-planning is different than any way we have attacked a project before,” said Hogard. “We had to look at maintenance, scheduling and coordination. This is setting us up to be more successful on this type of project than any other past projects of this type. We’re applying lessons learned to upcoming projects.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
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Grand Prix in Calif. Manitou Americas Inc., based in West Bend, Wisc., a leader in designing and manufacturing compact equipment under the Gehl, Manitou and Mustang brands for construction and agricultural markets, will be the “Official Construction Equipment” sponsor for the 21st straight year at the April 19 to 21, 2013, Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, Calif. Grand Prix race course construction crews will use Gehl equipment to help move and position the 1,800 concrete dividers necessary to build the 1.97-mi. street circuit. During race weekend, Gehl equipment will be involved in removing any crashed or disabled cars from the race circuit. The Gehl brand has been in existence for more than 154 years and is distributed world-wide. The Gehl brand includes skid loaders, telescopic handlers, articulated loaders, compact excavators, compact track loaders and asphalt pavers. “We’re excited to continue our long-standing relationship with America’s favorite street race,” said Lori Heidecker, director of marketing, “and proud that our equipment is used not only in building the race course on the streets of Long Beach, but is also helping to ensure safe, smooth-flowing racing all weekend long.” For more information visit www.gehl.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Event Highlights Major Industry Topics for Attendees IAAP from page 32
IAAP President Steve Thelen welcomes everyone to the 45th annual IAAP convention. Mike Mudd (L) and John Brimeyer, are representing Riverstone Group Inc.
Jim Koerkenmeier (L), Shakespeare Aggregates Inc., and Mike McCarron, Continental Equipment Co., discuss the Powerscreen line that Continental represents.
(L-R): Ken Hofer, Eugene Glueck, Aaron Rude, all of Martin Equipment of Illinois; and Mark Rager, Casey Long and Chris Boyer, all of William Charles Construction Co. LLC, enjoy the expo.
Frank Anderson (L), Hanson Material Service, and Rich Ellis (R), also of Hanson, stop by the Howell Tractor & Equipment booth to speak to Bob Byrne (second from L) and Alan Johnson both of Howell Tractor. (L-R): Steve Keller and Tim Nelson, both of MCR Technologies Group Inc., are joined by Troy Kutz, William Charles Construction LLC.
(L-R): Terry Macklin, American State Equipment Co. Inc.; Brad Rice, Major Wire; Don Gregorius, American State Equipment Co. Inc., and Dan Goodyk and John Hedlund, both of PPI.
The Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers booth was well staffed at the annual convention (L-R) are Riley Nemeth, Chris Hilko, John Beasley and Ben Arbeiter.
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LaHood Announces Another Round of TIGER Competitive Grant Funding U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced the availability of $474 million for a fifth round of the highly successful TIGER (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery) competitive grant program to fund surface transportation projects that have a significant impact on the nation, a region or metropolitan area. “President Obama has challenged us to make sure our nation’s transportation infrastructure is up to the job of attracting and supporting businesses and the families that rely on them,” said LaHood. “TIGER 2013 will contribute to increased mobility for people and freight, and economic growth by helping to improve existing and develop new transportation facilities that will strengthen our competitiveness and create jobs.” Projects eligible for TIGER grants include highways and bridges, public transportation, passenger and freight rail transportation and marine port infrastructure investments. Grants may range in size from $10 million to $200 million. Grants to rural areas may be for less than $10 million, but must be more than $1 million. No less than $120 million must be awarded to projects in rural areas. The four previous rounds of TIGER provided $3.1 billion to support 218 projects in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Demand for the program has been overwhelming, with more than 4,050 applicants
requesting more than $105.2 billion over the previous rounds. More than 100 of the TIGER grants were awarded directly to city or county governments that are otherwise unable to directly access traditional sources of Federal funding for their projects. Similarly, more than 19 TIGER grants were awarded directly to port authorities, and eight to tribal governments. TIGER also has helped catalyze 11 multi-state projects, which would have been difficult to advance through Federal formula programs. The FY 2013 Appropriations Act requires that TIGER funds be obligated before Oct. 1, 2014. The limited amount of time means the department will give priority to projects that are ready to proceed quickly. In addition to project readiness, primary selection criteria include improving the condition of existing transportation facilities and systems; contributing to the economic competitiveness of the United States and creating and preserving jobs; increasing transportation choices and access to transportation services for people in communities across the United States; improving energy efficiency, reducing dependence on oil and reducing greenhouse gas emissions; and improving safety. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Volvo Maintains Global Profitability Volvo Construction Equipment was negatively impacted by weak demand across most of its markets during the first quarter of 2013. This effect was particularly pronounced in the mining sector, which has seen a sharp reversal of fortunes compared to the same period last year. Despite these setbacks, however, profitability improved over the fourth quarter 2012 and the company maintained its number one position in the important Chinese market. During the first three months of 2013 Volvo Construction Equipment saw net sales in the first quarter decline by 33 percent to SEK 12,136 M (SEK 17,999 M in Q1 2012). When adjusted for currency movements, however, this drop was lessened to 29 percent. In spite of this reduction in sales, profitability was maintained, albeit at a reduced rate. Operating income was down to SEK 500 M, compared to SEK 2,089 M in the first quarter of 2012, while operating margin was 4.1 percent, down from 11.6 percent. Earnings were not only impacted by lower sales but also by the product mix, with fewer larger, typically higher margin machines being shipped, particularly to the mining sector. Market Situation These results come amid an across-the-board decline in the market situation. Measured in units, Europe was down 18 percent, while North America decreased by 7 percent and South America by 20 percent. Asia (excluding China) also was down by 7 percent, while China itself slumped by 42 percent. Despite the sharp slowing of the Chinese market, Volvo has been able to maintain its market leadership position in the country, staking claim to 14.8 percent of the wheel
loader and excavator market. The prospects for the rest of the year remain modest. Measured in units, Europe is expected to decline by between 5 percent and 15 percent, while North America, South America and China are predicted to hover around the minus 5 percent to plus 5 percent mark. Asia (excluding China) is forecast to grow in the range from zero to 10 percent. “We have been through a challenging couple of quarters but have now got our inventory pipeline in balance and stabilized the business at a lower sales volume,” said Volvo CE’s President Pat Olney. “We still need to keep a tight rein on costs, as well as improve our geographical and product mix. But I take confidence in the fact that we have improved our margins compared to the last quarter of 2012, despite similar sales revenues.” Notable Events During the Period Volvo Construction Equipment continued to invest and innovate during the quarter. The $100 million investment program at its North American production hub in Shippensburg, Pa., passed two important milestones in March, when both a new headquarters building was inaugurated on the site and the facility began production of the company’s L60-L90 wheel loaders. This localized production will help the company become more flexible and responsive to customers in the region, as well as reducing the currency exposure. For more information, visit www.volvoce.com/press. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Giuffre Cranes Take to Indianapolis 500 IAAP Foundation Track With Official Recovery Vehicle Awards Students Cash Scholarships
car directly on the floor inside the garage, rather than dropping it outside the garage door. The Giuffre design team’s 2013 vehicle of choice is a combination Fassi hydraulic knuckle boom crane, mounted on a Freightliner M2 truck with an Allison automatic transmission and 20-ft. (6.1 m) flat bed. The articulating crane allows it to reach out over other vehicles, lift the disabled car up, and place it directly on the flat bed. As a precaution, the flat bed is covered with a fabric “diaper” to prevent and collect any fluids from spilling on the track. The truck also features special tie downs, riggings and emergency lighting to safely speed the operation along. The Allison transmission, Giuffre said, was manufactured about one half mile from the Indianapolis racetrack. “In any race, seconds can mean the difference between winning and losing,” said Giuffre. “We designed this vehicle to operate efficiently, quickly and safely, so drivers and viewers can return to the business of racing as fast as possible.” Giuffre said since Giuffre Brothers Cranes designed and fabricated the 2013 Official Recovery Vehicle of the recovery vehicle’s the Indianapolis 500. inauguration in 2011, safe response to incidents and accidents center of the vehicle, the auto could similar Giuffre Brothers trucks have that occur during one of the world’s easily bounce around, potentially creat- been used in every Indy and NASCAR ing a human safety hazard, more dam- race. “It’s such an honor to work with most watched sporting events. “In racing and in television, a few age to the disabled vehicle, or allow the the great teams who put these events seconds can be worth millions of dol- dangling car to spill fluids like oil onto on,” said Giuffre. “And it’s a plus that lars,” said Dominic Giuffre, president the track, creating a dangerous situation we get to be involved in a sport we are of Giuffre Brothers Cranes. “Most for the remaining drivers. Europe’s truly passionate about.” Giuffre Brothers Cranes, Inc. was importantly, however, is the safety of Formula One racetracks were already the drivers and the public, and our spe- using a specialized truck to remove founded in Milwaukee, Wisc., in 1963, cialized truck, unlike a conventional cars, and Indy 500 management want- by Dominic and Frank Giuffre, and is the country’s largest supplier of boom tow truck, provides the safest and most ed to create something even better. “Our design brings the old-fash- trucks for the construction and roofing efficient way to deal with disabled ioned wrecker into the 21st century,” industry. The company has locations in vehicles during a race.” Giuffre brothers Dominic and Frank said Giuffre. “Our plan was to design Milwaukee, Chicago, Salt Lake City, are no strangers to the racing commu- and build a special crane attached to a Utah, Phoenix and Palm Beach, Fla. nity. They have been actively involved flat bed truck that could lift, recover The company is headquartered at 6635 in Indy-style racing for decades, both and clear a car from the track quicker S. 13th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53221 as team owners and race promoters at and safer than the old version.” (This story also can be found on Giuffre also added another valuable Construction Equipment Guide’s Web Wisconsin’s famous Milwaukee Mile trait. When the truck reaches the team’s site at www.constructionequipmentracetrack. “Racing flows in our blood, and can garage, it can reach out and deposit the guide.com.) This Memorial Day weekend, as more than 400,000 spectators and millions of viewers hear those famous words “gentleman start your engines,” alongside the brickyard at the Indianapolis 500 racetrack will be the familiar Giuffre Brothers Cranes’ colors, as the “official recovery vehicle” prepares to make the afternoon go smoothly and safely for America’s elite race car drivers. For the third year in a row, Milwaukee-based Giuffre Brothers Cranes has designed and constructed the “Official Indy 500 Recovery Vehicle,” a specialized, articulating boom truck to assure a fast, clean and
be traced back to the 1950’s when our Dad would work at racetracks,” said Dominic. “In 2011, when managers at Indy mentioned they wanted to develop a new high-tech recovery vehicle, one able to quickly reach out and safely evacuate a damaged car, it was only natural our team would be the one to design it, given our experience in the racing industry and our knowledge of cranes.” Prior to 2011, Giuffre said, most United States racetracks used old-fashioned tow trucks to remove damaged and disabled vehicles from the track. Since Indy-style cars are towed by lifting them by a hook mounted near the
(L-R ): Steve Thelen, IAAP president; Doug Mateas of Eastern Illinois University; Jacob Luna of Bradley University; Mike Stanczak, Hanson Material Service; and John Hendriksen, executive director IAAP, at the IAAP education foundation scholarship awards presentation. Mateas was this year’s winner of the Frank Geske Memorial Scholarship. Not pictured is Vanessa Gabel, University of Illinois — Urbana Champaign.
On April 23, IAAP’s education foundation committee awarded its education foundation scholarships to several students: Jacob Luna, construction management of Bradley University; Doug Mateas, geology of Illinois University and Vanessa Gabel geology, of the University of Illinois. Mateas was the Frank Geske Memorial Scholarship recipient for 2013. Each student was awarded a scholarship in the amount of $2,000. The IAAP Education Foundation Scholarship promotes the education of students seeking a career with producers of crushed stone, sand and gravel. This scholarship also enhances the relationship between the IAAP and institutions of higher learning that are educating and training the next generation of aggregate industry professionals, according to the association. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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More Than 2,000 Attend Nitke Auctions Wisconsin Contractors 48th Annual Sale
ore than 2,000 onsite and online bidders registered for the Nitke Auctions two day Wisconsin Contractors 48th Annual Sale in Wausau, Wis., held April 26 and 27.
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The engine of this John Deere 762 scraper gets a look from Henry Nechville (L), Nechville Excavating, and Keith Knudtson, Knudtson Plumbing and Contracting.
Fred Johnson takes a look at the tires of this Cat 950G wheel loader.
Mike Berg, Berg Enterprises, might bid on this John Deere 450 dozer and take it home.
Checking the undercarriage of this John Deere 450 dozer is Nick Staubinger.
Ken Tormananen of Finn Ice likes what he sees in this John Deere 624 wheel loader.
(L-R): This Dynapac roller got the attention of Al Fenhaus, A&E Custom Combining, and Mike Emerson and Matt Schulz, both of Schulz Masonry.
The cab looks good on this New Holland LW130 wheel loader, said John Schwalbach, Elderon Truck.
Leo Krivickas, Nitke Auctions, welcomes everyone to day two of the Wisconsin contractors 48th annual sale.
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H&L Tooth: A Long Tradition of Ground Engaging Tools Since 1931, the H&L Tooth Company has provided quality ground engaging tools for the construction and mining industries. Today, the company continues this tradition at its 200,000 sq. ft. facility in Tulsa, Okla. H&L operates horizontal machines known as upsetters. Under the roof in Tulsa are two 4 in. (10 cm) upsetter lines that have produced millions of small backhoe teeth. Teeth forged on these machines range from less than 3 lbs. and up to 10 lbs. (1.3 to 4.5 kg). Two 6 inch upsetters produce teeth up to 30 lbs. (13.6 kg), but also allows the adaptation of the 4 inch upsetter tools that gives H&L multiple
options for the production of higher volume parts. Ripper and loader teeth of up to 100 lbs. (45 kg) are produced on a 7.5 in. (19 cm) upsetter. Large mining teeth in excess of 200 lbs. (91 kg) are made on a 9 in. (22.9 cm) upsetter. Each forge production line also is equipped with up to six additional support machines, including electric induction heaters, vertical trim presses and hydraulic hole punches. H&L’s upsetters utilize a closed die design that offers several advantages over open die forging. These benefits include closer dimensional tolerances
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and a reduced raw material requirement. These features combine to produce an economical advantage on high volume production. The upsetter forging process ensures the development of the maximum strength potential of the steel and helps maintain consistent mechanical properties from one tooth to another. H&L is ISO9001 certified and requires that all steel be purchased from quality mills that produce material that meet or exceed the metallurgical specifications set by the ASTM. The mills are required to provide certification to demonstrate that the material is within the chemical tolerances. The steel bars used by H&L have been reduced in size by the mill to refine the grain structure of the steel ingot. This process removes defects that are inherent in raw steel processing, promoting soundness and improvement in the quality of the alloy prior to forging. The reduction operation reduces the cross section of the steel material, eliminating porosity and causing structure refinement of the base metal. Grain flow produces directional characteristics in the forged product, which enhances strength, ductility and resistance to wear. see H&L page 74
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H&L’s Forged Bucket Teeth Offers Strength, Durability H&L from page 70
H&L continues to offer teeth from 3 to 220 lbs. (1.4 to 54.4 kg) in many different exterior configurations and through the use of CAD (Computer Aided Design) has been able to create many unique designs for the construction industry. The most recent of these innovative products is the new Trident Tooth. The Trident offers triple tines that provide superior performance in tough digging conditions and has become a popular option in areas of the United States where ground penetration is difficult.
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H&L also offers ground engaging tools for many different industries, including a complete line of forged ripper shanks for dozers of all sizes and forged trencher teeth for the pipeline industry. A key aspect of H&L’s longevity is its tradition of developing more user friendly tooth systems and the improvement of existing systems. The newest example of this refinement is the new top locking 233 tooth system. The 233 system is designed to fit on see H&L page 76
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H&L Poised to Meet Competitive Marketplace Demands H&L from page 74
any standard side pinned backhoe shank that utilizes flex pins. Without cutting or welding the 233 quickly converts any standard adapter to a convenient top locking system. This revolutionary concept has been adopted by many backhoe owners over the last two years and is now being developed for larger size machines. With new product designs like the 233 and a continuing commitment to produce ground engaging tools of the highest quality, the H&L Tooth Company is prepared to meet the demands of an increasingly competitive market, according to the company.
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Montabert Micro CPA Drill Concrete Pump Attachment Debuts in North America Features Universal Design Tramac by Montabert broke new ground in Fredricksburg, Texas, with its new Montabert Micro CPA drill. Representatives from Montabert and Dallas Drilling and Hydraulics joined Montabert customer Patricia Donato of EnFuse Inc. to witness the new product in action on an EnFuse job site. “We are excited about the Micro CPA drill,” said Donato. “The technology and engineering behind this drilling attachment is second to none and we are very pleased to have been the first to purchase one in North America.” The CPA drill covers a large area and can drill wherever you can reach, saving on moving and setup time. In addition, the attachment can be radio controlled and an optional dust collector system can be installed. Jim Lafon, project manager of the CPA drill program, said, “This is a momentous occasion for the drilling division of Montabert, and it is only the beginning.” This addition to the Montabert line of products enhances the product offering and speaks to the engineering innovation that our The CPA drill is effective in specialty applicabrand prides itself on. “The CPA drill is effective in spe- tions like foundation, tie back projects, slide tunneling, tied rods, roof bolting cialty applications like foundation, stabilization, and anchor bolting. tie back projects, slide stabilization, The CPA 225E weighs 3,100 lbs. (1,406 tunneling, tied rods, roof bolting and anchor bolting,” said Lafon. “We have an experi- kg) and mounts on excavators in the class enced and dedicated support and service range of 15 to 25 tons (13.6 to 22.6 t). The team that is committed to ensuring our attachment’s drilling diameter is up to 3 in. attachments function at maximum capacity.” (7.6 cm) and can drill to a depth of 14 ft. (4.3 m). With the addition of a 12-ft. (3.6 m) rod adder it can drill to a depth of 26 ft. (7.9 m). The Micro CPA II mounts on 5-ton (4.5 t) and larger carriers, which includes mini-excavators, backhoe loaders and skid steer loaders. The bit diameter is up to 3 in. and it can drill to a single pass depth of 10 ft. (3 m). Both the Micro CPA and CPA 225E utilize an air flushing compressor of 185 cfm. The CPA 225E weighs 3,100 lbs. (1,406 kg) and mounts on excavators in the class range of 15 to 25 tons (13.6 to 22.6 t). The attachment’s drilling diameter is up to 3 in. (7.6 cm) and can drill to a depth of 14 ft. (4.3 m).
Blastcrete Equipment Company, manufacturer of concrete mixers, pumps and related products, offers the Model RD6536 skid steer pump attachment. • Three-inch (7.6 cm) hydraulic squeeze pump is ideal for ICF, block fill, form and pour, driveways, basements and various shotcrete applications. • Ability to pump grout materials, 3/8-in. (.9 cm) shotcrete and 3/4-in. (1.9 cm) structural concrete mixes. • Fast, efficient solution for contractors performing The Model RD6536 skid steer pump attachment is ideal a variety of concrete and for ICF, block fill, form and pour, driveways, basements and various shotcrete applications. shotcrete applications. • Variable speeds of 0 to For more information, call 800/235-4867 25 cu. yds. (0 to 19 cu m) per hour. • Vertical pumping distance reaches 50 ft. or visit www.blastcrete.com. (This story also can be found on (15 m) with the use of a rubber delivery line, while horizontal distance can reach up to 250 Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) ft. (76 m).
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Attachments International’s extreme service skeleton bucket is made for big wheel loaders and crawler loaders. Manufactured for extreme conditions, it is designed to sort rocks with optimal efficiency. The open tine bucket design allows dirt and fine debris to fall through and the bucket sides are specifically designed with drainage holes. Constructed of Hardox 400, abrasion proof steel, the rugged design allows various tine spacing. The bucket features carbide wear plates that allow for use in the most extreme conditions. Capacities are from 1 to 12 cu. yds. (.7 to 9 cu m). For more information, call 218/863-6444.
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Attachments Expand Opportunities, Revenue Sources By Debbie McClung SPECIAL TO CEG
You’ve heard the old investment adage: “It takes money to make money.” There’s a similar truism with construction equipment: It takes the right tools and attachments to grow a business. If your company has already invested in a skid steer loader, compact track loader or a compact excavator, then you’re already strategically positioned to expand your operation. A well-paired attachment for one or all of those machines can improve versatility, create more project control, delay the purchase of a dedicated piece of equipment and — more importantly — open up new revenue sources. Attachments can allow contractors to maximize existing machine assets for more than one purpose in a wide variety of applications. “By simply adding new and different attachments, contractors can increase their duties, time and profits on any particular job. They will enhance utilization of capital pieces that they already own, without large additional cash investments,” said Mike Fitzgerald, loader product specialist of Bobcat Company. Specialists to Generalists During the boom years when work was more plentiful, it was common practice for some contractors to specialize within specific construction markets. Today, many of those same businesses are finding success shifting away from specialization and capturing more work by repurposing their equipment for related projects within an application. With some well-chosen attachments, they’re able to expand their capabilities to compete for work ranging from utilities, excavation, demolition and paving, to concrete work, building and site preparation and even seasonal snow removal. For instance, an additional attachment or two could allow a contractor to complete a key task that was previously subcontracted. According to Justin Odegaard, loader product specialist of Bobcat Company, an attachment can provide compact equipment owners the ability to do work that may be scheduled one or two weeks ahead or after a contractor’s standard part of the project. This T870’s industrial grapple makes quick work of these rocks.
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“If you select the right attachments, you’re using your equipment longer to complete more work on a project before hauling it to the next job site,” Odegaard said. He also pointed out that as a contractor expands its capabilities, he can gain more control on a specific job. “If a concrete contractor only does finish concrete work, he may be at the mercy of others who do all the prep work. If the prep contractor is behind and can’t get to your job, there is no way you will finish up on time,” he added. Getting the Edge in Competitive Markets While augers and hydraulic breakers are two of the most highly demanded attachments for construction contractors, some manufacturers offer more than 70 attachments for compact equipment that can create distinct advantages in today’s competitive market. see BOBCAT page 90
Attachment vs. Dedicated Machine In the initial stages of evaluating the attachments that can assist expansion efforts, look to find the tool that will provide the best return in the shortest time frame with the least cost possible. Whether attachments are rented or purchased, one of their greatest advantages is increasing utilization of existing capital investments without requiring a large cash commitment. However, it’s always smart to evaluate the potential point that an attachment becomes such a significant part of a business that it transitions into the acquisition of a dedicated machine. “A good guideline to follow is if you are using a specific attachment 50 to 75 percent of the time on an individual loader or excavator, then you may want to consider a dedicated machine. Your loader or excavator will then be available for additional work on the job site,” Fitzgerald said.
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An excavation contractor who only digs the basement or footings of a residential construction project may be missing some profitable expansion opportunities, said Fitzgerald. “Contractors can easily perform soil preparation from rough through final grades with attachments such as a box blade or soil conditioner. They can continue working into the seeding or sodding phases with seeder and sod layer attachments.” A utility contracting firm with a skid steer or compact track loader likely already owns a trencher attachment and may complement its fleet with a planer, hydraulic breaker or wheel saw to assist with installations through concrete or asphalt. An asphalt paving contractor that focuses on the installation of streets, highways, bridge approaches and parking lots can complement its planer and wheel saw attachments with cleanup tools. An angle broom is a handy attachment that can windrow millings in one direction so the material can either be picked up with a bucket or removed by a sweeper attachment.
Multi-Carrier Versatility When considering whether to take on new work, attachments can provide more versatility and profitability for the dollar compared to some other equipment acquisitions. With some manufacturers’ attachments, compatibility extends across loader and excavator lines for greater efficiencies and economies of scale. Some also have been designed to vertically integrate with the machine’s electronics and hydraulics. While each type of loader or
excavator has its own set of performance benefits in certain conditions, some of today’s attachments are interchangeable to provide flexibility and convenience for an equipment fleet that needs to be responsive to multiple job sites. “If a company’s excavator with an auger attachment is located on one job site, but the auger attachment is needed somewhere else, you don’t have to move the excavator just to be able to use an auger at a different job site. Your
skid steer loader or compact track loader can do the job,” Odegaard said. It’s also easier to take a business into different directions when attachment changes in the field or shop are fast and simple. For example, instead of just using an excavator to dig trenches, demolition contractors find that they can use the machine’s reach to break up concrete in tight places that only an excavator’s arm can access. By attaching a hydraulic breaker to a compact excavator, it’s transformed from a digging machine into a concrete demolition machine. To switch between the hydraulic breaker and a trenching bucket on an excavator, or replace a bucket with a pallet fork, landscape rake, auger, grapple and more on a skid steer, most machines offer quick-tach systems and accessories for their machines that allow operators to make exchanges without leaving the cab. With the ability to tailor your capital investments to secure a greater share of construction work, attachments can empower even the most conservative entrepreneurs to explore new revenue sources. That makes good financial sense in any competitive market. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
A rotating grapple helps this E32 get the job done.
Genesis XT Mobile Shears Mount on Smaller Carriers Genesis Attachments’ XT mobile shears is designed to process scrap more efficiently and fit on smaller carriers, reducing initial acquisition investments and hourly energy consumption costs, according to the manufacturer. Shorter in length and height and lighter in weight, the GXT features a center of gravity that is closer to the excavator, enabling the GXT 555 and GXT 665 rotating models to mount on 46,000 to 66,000 lb. (20,865 to 29,937 kg) excavators that previously could only carry smaller, less powerful shears. “The new GXT is a customer-driven product, built on extensive customer input and our relentless pursuit of continuous improvement,” said David Palvere, Genesis director of business development. “The many new features of the GXT are the result of conversations with customers about how mobile shears can further increase productivity while reducing maintenance and operational costs for scrap recyclers and demolition contractors.”
Some of the new features include: • A bolt-on piercing tip that encapsulates the front end of the upper jaw, protecting the tang and reducing
wear and damage • A weld-on, replaceable, highly abrasion-resistant steel rhino horn that protects the front and top of the upper jaw, reducing maintenance and the need for build-up • The apex, where most cutting is done, is closer to the back of the jaws improving material gathering and increasing cutting performance and efficiency • Dual guide blade lengths match the piercing tip blade length, enabling the guide blades to be shimmed independently to accommodate piercing tip wear The GXT line, when complete, will fit 20,000 to 250,000 lb. (9,072 to 113,400 kg) excavators. For more information, call 715-395-5252 or visit genesisattachments.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Shorter in length and height and lighter in weight, the GXT features a center of gravity that is closer to the excavator, enabling the GXT 555 and GXT 665 rotating models to mount on 46,000 to 66,000 lb. (20,865 to 29,937 kg) excavators that previously could only carry smaller, less powerful shears.
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1991 John Deere 300D, S/N 775834, Open ROPS..........................................................$19,000 Call 502/456-4050 Ask for Melissa or Albert 9-10 EB
2004 Case 40XT, s/n JAF0396792, ROPS, Cold Start, Foot Throttle, 10x 16.5 Tires, 60” Bkt$11,500 Call Steve 630-878-8765 10-11 JM
2006 FFC Pick Up Broom, s/n 0521019BDC84M, 84” Big Dog Pick up Broom for Skid Steer Loader (like new) ......................................................$4,000 10-11 JM Call Mark 630-739-7770
1998 Case 590SL, s/n JJG0210709, 8150 Hrs, Cab w/Heat, 2L Copntrols, Ext Hoe, Ride Control, 24” Trench Bkt, 93” Front Bkt .....................$28,900 10-11 JM Call Mario 630-878-8396
2010 Bobcat T320 CTL, 785 Hrs, A/C, Cab, Std Control, HF, Power BobTach Bkt Positioning, E/N 1033876............$53,000 800-950-3321 • www.whitestarmachinery.com White Star Machinery, Garden City, KS 10-11 JM
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2003 Ditch Witch 1820 Walk-Behind Trencher, Good Condition, 481 Hrs, 36”x4” Combo Chain 9-10 JM Call Tim 630-665-5600
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2011 Bobcat S650 SSL, Keyless Start, Susp. Seat, 126 Hrs, E/N 1049086 ..................................................................$38,500 800-950-3321 • www.whitestarmachinery.com White Star Machinery, Garden City, KS 10-11 JM
2011 Hyundai HL740XTD-9, s/n HLN01HB000340, Wheel Loader, Ride Control, High Reach, 3 CU YD 2005 Mustang 2099 Skid Steer, s/n H00102504, GP Bkt, Load Weight System, Rear-View Camera, Reversible Fan, 1000 Hrs and Much More. Like New!!. 4205 Hrs, 86 HP Perkins Engine, Open ROPS, Hand/ .......................................................................$105,000 Foot Controls, High Flow Aux, 384” Tooth Bkt $18,500 Call George 219-696-8911 9-10 JM 9-10 JM Call George 219-696-8911
Pipe Forks with Grapple, Designed specifically for handling pipe, pallets, logs, scrap, etc. Quick hitch or pin on. Forks only or with removable grapple included. Forks are fully adjustable. 25,000 # Capacity Pipe Forks Only: starting at $5,000 With Grapple: Retail: $18,900 SALE: $12,500 email@example.com • 775-410-5237 9-10 AP
2007 Kobelco SK480LC, 6798 Hrs.........$115,000 Call David at 219-696-5680 9-10 JM
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2008 New Holland L160, 290 hrs, 66” tooth bar bkt, 46 hp, single speed, OROPS, 1,600# capacity, 5,534 lbs.....$18,400 Call Steve Samosky • 262/373-2151 10-11 JM
2005 Cat 287B, 1,485 hrs, OROPS, 82 hp, 10,300 lbs, 80” bkt, 2,520# capacity ..................................................$24,600 Call Steve Samosky • 262/373-2151 10-11 JM
2012 Takeuchi TL240, 585 hrs, 76” bkt, 86 hp Yanmar, Hyd. coupler, 2,083# capacity, cab, A/C, 10,365 lbs .........$45,100 Call Steve Samosky • 262/373-2151 10-11 JM
2009 New Holland L185, 1,900 hrs, 72” bucket, cab, heat, 2 speed, 2,500# capacity, 82 hp, 7,100 lbs...............$24,400 Call Steve Samosky • 262/373-2151 10-11 JM
Gehl 1448 PowerBox, 1228 Hrs, Used Sparingly .. ....................................................................$21,500 9-10 AP 920-378-5424
1999 International DT444E Seal Tanker w/1000 Gal. Seal Master Tank, 161,436 Mi. 13HP Honda Compressor and Roper Pump, Wand & Hose Included.............................................$23,000 OBO 9-10 AP Call Chris 440-543-2253
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New 2012 Grove RT 765E-2, 65 Ton Rough Terrain, Tier4 Cummins, 36’-110’ Main Boom, 33’-56’ Jib, Auxiliary Winch, A/C Cab, Block, Ball, Auxiliary Light & Convenience Package, FOB Cleveland, OH ..Call Call Andy at 216-316-1511 9-10 EB
Subs Discover Power of Bid Conditioning in ASA Workshop Subcontractors may feel powerless to negotiate favorable contract terms with general contractors, believing if they don’t sign the GC’s contract, their competition will. But subcontractors participating in a workshop during the ASA Business Forum and Convention 2013 in Las Vegas learned how to get the contract terms and conditions they want. In the March 21, 2013, workshop, “Conditioning Your Bid,” presenters Daniel McLennon, McLennon Law Corp., San Francisco, Calif., and Scott Holbrook, Crawford & Bangs, Covina, Calif., discussed how subcontractors can transform their bids into powerful tools to secure their preferred contract terms and conditions by using the ASA Subcontractor Bid Proposal. “The goal is to understand the risk including costs and include these items at the time of bidding,” McLennon said. McLennon and Holbrook explained that subcontractors can use the bid proposal form by attaching it to a bid, along with a schedule of values. Using the ASA bid proposal form, the subcontractor qualifies or “conditions” its bid on the ASA-endorsed ConsensusDocs 750 Agreement Between Constructor and Subcontractor and the bid form’s other stated terms and conditions. If
the general contractor accepts the bid, they noted, the subcontractor benefits from the 750 form’s fair allocation of financial and legal liability among the parties. If the general contractor accepts the price, but rejects the subcontractor’s terms and proposes its own, the general contractor will have made a “counter offer.” The subcontractor is then in a position to negotiate fair and equitable terms and conditions, McLennon and Holbrook said. Using the ASA bid proposal allows subcontractors to address price fluctuations, additional insured requirements, schedule of values, schedule changes, warranties, bond requirements, assignment of subcontract, wrap-up insurance, waivers, and temporary site facilities. “Make it clear who is going to be responsible for things like weather protection, toilet and wash facilities, and electrical,” McLennon said. “Specifying that the customer will furnish temporary facilities controls unforeseen costs to the subcontractor.” Subcontractors can use either the ASA Addendum to Subcontract or the ASA ShortForm Addendum to Subcontract by forwarding it under a cover letter to the general con-
tractor and stating that the attachment includes proposed revisions to the general contractor’s subcontract. Then, subcontractors may request that the general contractor review the terms and contact them to discuss them.
differs in that it is more limited in scope. Both addenda provide that the terms take precedence (or control) over conflicting terms in the general contractor’s boilerplate language. This aspect is essential since the language in either ASA addendum will conflict with the most one-sided, unfair terms found in many general contractors’ boilerplate subcontract language. Both addenda eliminate some of the same unfair terms, including broadform indemnification, additional insured requirements, waivers of subrogation, no damages for delay and payif-paid. Combined, the elimination of these terms helps to level the playing Daniel McLennon field. McLennon Law Corp. The ASA Subcontractor Bid Proposal, ASA Addendum to Subcontract and the ASA Short-Form The addendum does not incorporate the Addendum to Subcontract are available to subcontractor’s bid proposal by reference. members in the “Contracts and Project As a consequence, subcontractors should Management Documents” section under include their scope of work on the front of “Advocacy & Contracts” on the ASA Web the form or as an attachment. site. The ASA Addendum to Subcontract and For more information, visit www.asaonShort-Form Addendum to Subcontract mod- line.com. ify the terms of a general contractor’s boiler(This story also can be found on plate subcontract form so that it is more fair Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at and reasonable. The short-form addendum www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
“The goal is to understand the risk including costs and include these items at the time of bidding.”
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POLARIS ASL 300 MANUAL PARTS AND SERVICE CONTACT: PATRICK ROBINSON PHONE: 443 783 5622 EMAIL:PATRICKJROBINSON777@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 930 OR 950 OR 966 CONTACT: AWAN EMAIL: BDL_WAN@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 140 H VHP WITH RIPPER LESS THAN 10,000 HOURS CONTACT: MOHAMMED IBSSA PHONE: 7705965411 FAX: 4233496099 EMAIL:MIBSSA@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED COMPLETE CAB FOR A CASE CX160 EXCAVATOR. OURS WAS BURNED IN A FIRE. CONTACT: NORMAN PHONE: 518-358-3017 FAX: 518-358-9421 EMAIL: NORMAN.LEE.PETERS@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TOPCON GPS L1 L2 GLONASS GR-3 RTK SET TDS RANGER 500X SURVEY PRO GNSS HIPER, OR USED TOPCON HIPER 2 SET. CONTACT: MIKE PHONE: 319-470-8388 EMAIL: PIEPER1@OUTLOOK.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DRILLING EQUIPMENT | AUGER FLIGHTING 18" 24" 30" 36"LOOKING FOR FIXED LEADER SETUPSOF 100 OR MORE CONTACT: WILLIE KIRCH PHONE: 201-786-3354 EMAIL: WILLIEKIRCH@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 966C WHEEL LOADER . FROM 1978 TO 1982 CONTACT: HAJ PHONE: 682-553-9710 EMAIL: A.BAGY1@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MOBILE HYDRAULIC TRUCK CRANE GROVE TMS 475 , GROVE TMS 300 AND LUNA GT 60/38 CONTACT: RAJESH KUMAR PHONE: +91 9958497696 EMAIL: SWASTIKCRANES@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– OFFICE TRAILERS CONTACT: THEODORE PHONE: 207-233-6601 EMAIL: ECOELECTSVC@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE ARE LOOKING FOR BOMAG 120AD-DYNAPAC C122, CAT C 244, IR COMPACTOR CLOSE TO TEXAS. UNADVERTISED & WHOLESALE PRICE. CONTACT: MARK EMAIL: AAMARK.SALE@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE ARE LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENT FROM CONTRACTORS & LOCATED IN USA. D8R-140G & 140H WITH RIPPER CLOSE TO TEXAS. THANKS CONTACT: AYYAZ EMAIL: AHE.SALES@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
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CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-TRUCK & TRAILER AUCTION 818 MORGANTOWN ROAD, CANEYVILLE (BOWLING GREEN), KY 42721
Thursday, May 23, 2013 - 10:00 AM CST Ohio Valley Reload, Inc is closing the doors after 23 years as a successful rail-to-truck and truck-to-rail reloading business. A variety of their equipment, approx. 75 pieces, will be offered in an absolute auction. Other area contractors and dealers will be invited to consign good quality equipment, which will not be sold absolute PRELIMINARY EQUIPMENT LIST
NOW ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS CALL RON COALE 1-800-842-6221 OR 419-356-4095 FB9-F2-45; 1987 TRAILMOBILE 45'; 1979 THERUER 48'; 1979 TRAILMOBILE 011A-SAW 45'; 1979 BUDD NS2S450C62 45'; 1979 STRICK 45'; 1976 STRICK 45'; 1975 TRAILMOBILE D11A1SAW STORAGE; 1973 THEURER 45' STORAGE; 1973 FRUEHAUF FB8-F24476 STORAGE; GINDY STORAGE; (2) MISC.; CONTAINER CHASSIS TRAILERS: 1978 UTILITY; 1974 GINDY CH240SG03; 1974 GINDY CH240SG03 W/40' CONTAINER; 1974 GINDY; 1973 GINDY CH240SG22; 1973 UTILITY W/40' CONTAINER; GINDY; (4) MISC; (2) 40' CONTAINER ON CHASSIS; CONTAINERS: (2) 20' ROLLOFF.
MOTOR GRADERS: (2) CATERPILLAR 120G; RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: CATERPILLAR 930; JOHN DEERE 624H; FORD A62; REITHOUER 45' CURTAIN SIDE ALUM. FLATBED; 1996 TOOL CARRIER: CATERPILLAR IT14G; LOADER REITNOUER 45' ALUM. FLATBED W/BULKHEAD; 1995 BACKHOE: CASE 580C; CRAWLER LOADER: CATER- REITNOUER 48' COVERED ALUM. FLATBED; 1995 REITPILLAR 977K; ROLLER: WACKER RD11A TANDEM NOUER 45' ALUM. COVERED FLATBED; 1995 EAGER VIBRATORY; KNUCKLEBOOM LOADER: PRENTICE BEAVER 12TXA TILT TOP TAG; 1994 REITNOUER 48' 180 MTD. ON 1978 TRAILMOBILE TRAILER; TUB COVERED ALUM. FLATBED; 1994 REITNOUER COVGRINDER: BARKO; DUMP TRUCKS: 1996 INTERNA- ERED ALUM. FLATBED; (2) 1994 REITNOUER 45' ALUM. TIONAL 4900 T/A; 1993 FORD AEROMAX L9000 T/A; 1992 FLATBED W/BULKHEAD; (3) 1993 PRATT DC432LW 43' FORD AEROMAX L9000 T/A; 1989 CHEVROLET S/A; 1988 ALUM. STEP DECK; 1989 REITOUER 45' ALUM. CHEVROLET S/A; 1987 FORD L8000 T/A; 1985 FORD 9000 FLATBED; 1989 LUFKIN FL75 FLATBED W/BULKHEAD; Call, write, fax or email for a free brochure at 419-865-3990 or T/A; FORD F600 S/A; MACK U686ST T/A; ROLLBACK 1988 REITNOUER 45' ALUM. FLATBED; 1987 EAST 48' Fax 419-865-4595. TRUCK: 2000 INTERNATIONAL 4700; 1994 FORD AERO- ALUM. FLATBED W/COVERED SIDES. 1984 UTILITY 45' Buyer’s Premium: There is a three (3%) percent buyer’s preMAX L9000 T/A. WRECKER TRUCKS: 1998 FREIGHT- DROP DECK; 1980 REITOUER 45' ALUM. FLATBED; 1978 mium. An additional 2% Buyer’s Premium will be charged for LINER FLD120; 1974 KENWORTH W900 T/A; MECHAN- FRUEFAUF 45' COVERED FLATBED; 1974 BUTLER 1025 online, pre-bid & absentee bidders. ICS TRUCKS: 2002 CHEVROLET 3500; 1995 FORD F350 CU. FT. BULK ALUM.; REITNOUER 48' ALUM. FLATBED; Terms: Payment in full on Sale Day by Cash, Cashier’s Check XL; FLATBED TRUCK: 1993 FORD LTA9000; TRUCK TAPP 36' STEEL DUMP; 48' STEEL FLATBED; 6-BUNK T/A TRACTORS: (2) 1999 FREIGHTLINER T/A; 1998 LOG; 30' S/A STORAGE ONLY; VAN TRAILERS: (5) 1992 or Certified Checks. Personal and Company Checks MUST FREIGHTLINER T/A; 1995 FREIGHTLINER T/A; 1995 GREAT DANE 7911TJWNL 53'; 1989 THEURER 1SAC-480- have bank letter of guarantee. Additional terms can be found in WHITE/GMC VOLVO T/A; (2) 1994 FREIGHTLINER T/A; A-10-S2-26 48'; 1989 TRAILMOBILE 45'; 1980 FRUEHAUF the sale day catalog. (2) 1992 FREIGHTLINER T/A; TRAILERS: Sale Conducted By: V. Peter Clark, License# RP2590 Online bidding will be provided. Visit our 2000 CHEROKEE 45' STEP DECK; 1998 1670 Commerce Road 419-865-3990 Holland, OH 43528 website at www.yoderandfrey.com for RAVEN 48' ALUM. FLATBED; 1998 LUFKIN Fax: 419-865-4595 FEATHER LIGHT-XL 48' FLATBED; 1998 www.yoderandfrey.com more information and to BID ONLINE! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org