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Road Fund Still Being Raided, Transit Group Says
Titan Machinery Hosts Open House...10
By John O’Conner AP POLITICAL WRITER
Case Supports Victory Garden Initiative...14
Cat Au ction Servi ces Hol ds Sale. .. 90
More than a dozen workers man a Guntert S850 paver and a RexCon Town & Country Placer/Spreader on the way to placing over a mile of 9 in. (23 cm) unbonded concrete in a day.
Work Nears Completion on Minnesota Interstate By Dick Rohland
Table of Contents ............4 Air Compressors, Generators & Light Towers Section ........39-43 Paving Section ........51-63 Auction Section ......83-93 Business Calendar ........86 Advertisers Index ..........94
The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) and its contractor, PCI Construction Services Inc. are making good time putting down the final strip of concrete for an un-bonded concrete overlay project on I-35E just outside of St. Paul, Minn. This project, one of several road improvements on the interstate over the years, centers on one of the busier sections of I-35E running north out of White Bear Lake, a suburban lake community located 15 mi. (24 km) north of St. Paul. PCI came in with a low bid of $20.4 million to replace the badly deteriorating
bituminous surface on a four lane section of the interstate stretching between White Bear Lake to its connection with I35W, 10 mi. (16 km) to the north, where both freeways merge into one as I-35. A north south interstate, I-35 connects the northern Minnesota international port city of Duluth to Laredo, Texas, 1,558 mi. (2,500 km) to the south. Though expected to be completed during the 2011 construction season, the project finish date was delayed because of a budget impasse in the Minnesota State Legislature. State offices were closed, workers temporarily laid off and all MnDOT road work interrupted on July 1 of last year for nearly three weeks until the see PROJECT page 38
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) Taxes on gasoline and licenseplate fees are among ways Illinois raises nearly $3 billion a year for road construction and repair. But transit advocates say too little of it is paying for concrete and steamrollers. The Transportation for Illinois Coalition said there would be more “Road Work Ahead” signs on state highways if the road fund wouldn’t finance $176 million for employee health insurance and $21 million for workers’ compensation coverage in the budget year that begins July 1. Another $35 million from the account would go to another state agency for maintaining Illinois Department of Transportation buildings. The coalition’s quest: to reduce “diversions” from the road fund, administered by the Illinois Department of Transportation, by $100 million. That would result in an additional $500 million — and 14,000 additional jobs — over the next five years to keep up with deteriorating pavement, the group said. see FUND page 36
AGC Calls On Administration to Reconsider Quotas The Associated General Contractors of America joined with 10 other national business associations in calling on the Obama administration to reconsider a series of new hiring mandates it wants to impose on contractors working on federal projects. Association officials noted that the government has failed to produce any data justifying the very costly and incredisee AGC page 32
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Cat 246C, 2008, UE1047, EROPS, Heat, Aux Hyd ............$36,000 Cat 247B, 2008, UE1549, EROPS, Heat, A/C, QC ..............$23,300
Cat CP433E, 2005, UN2062, OROPS ................................$56,000
ID# N4761 $49,000
Cat 252B2, 2005, UE1485, EROPS, 2-Speed, Man QC ......$26,500
Cat CS54, 2008, N5757, OROPS, Sm Drum ....................$110,000 Cat CS-433E, 2005, UN2129, OROPS................................$48,000
Cat 256C, 2007, W1533, EROPS, Heat, A/C ......................$32,000
Cat 256C, 2007, W1531, EROPS, Heat, Hyd QC, SF Hyd ..$34,000 Cat 257B, 2005, W0539, Self-Leveling, Man QC ..............$25,000
Cat 953C, 2006, N4908, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt....................$90,000
Cat 257B, 2007, W1522, EROPS, Heat ..............................$29,000
Cat 953D, 2008, N5790, EROPS, 2.25 CYD GP Bkt ........$179,000
Cat 272C, 2007, W1905 NA, EROPS, Heat, A/C ................$42,000
ID# UN1922 $122,000
Cat 963C, 2005, N4354, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt ................$125,000
Cat 287B, 2007, W1561, Self-Leveling, Man QC ..............$37,000
Cat 963D, 2008, N5718, EROPS, GP Bkt ........................$170,000
Cat 287B, 2007, W1562, OROPS, Self-Leveling ................$35,000
Cat 963D, 2008, N5643, EROPS, Heat ............................$180,000
Cat 289C, 2009, W2058, EROPS, Heat, A/C ......................$45,000
Cat 963D, 2008, N5642, EROPS, GP Bkt ........................$180,000
Cat 289C, 2009, W2115, EROPS, Heat, Hyd QC ................$57,000
John Deere 320D, 2011, UE1603, EROPS, Bkt ................$34,000
Cat TH360B, 2006, N4761, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$51,500
DOZERS Cat D4K LGP, 2008, N5801, EROPS, 3rd Valve ................$85,000
ID# N5606 $254,000
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Cat D5G LGP, 2006, N4976, EROPS, Heat ........................$68,000 Cat 416E, 2007, N5303, EROPS, Heat, A/C, E-Stick ..........$78,000 Cat D5G XL, 2007, N5413, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$80,000 Cat 420E IT, 2008, UE1253, EROPS, Heat, A/C, E-Stick ....$70,000 Cat D5G XL, 2007, N5601, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$84,000 Cat 430E, 2007, N5471, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Ride Cntrl......$82,000 Cat D5K LGP, 2008, N5710, EROPS, 3rd Valve, Hyd ........$98,000 Cat 430E, 2007, N5415, EROPS, Heat, A/C, QC ................$94,000 Cat D5K LGP, 2008, N5785, EROPS, 3rd Valve ..............$120,000 Cat 430E IT, 2006, N5209, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick................$56,000
Cat D6K XL, 2007, N5337, EROPS, 4th Valve..................$135,000
Cat 906H, 2009, UE1497, EROPS, Ride Ctrl, QC ..............$68,000
Cat D6T LGP, 2008, UN2165, EROPS, ARO Ready ..........$265,000
Cat 924GZ, 2007, N6145, EROPS, Heat, Ride Control ......$98,000
EXCAVATORS Cat 303CCR, 2007, W1168, EROPS, 2-Way Aux Hyd ........$30,000
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ID# N5246 $186,000
Cat 924H, 2007, N5786, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 2.6 CYD Bkt$102,000
Cat 305CR, 2005, W0279, EROPS, A/C, Long Stick ..........$34,000
Cat 930G, 2007, N5772, EROPS, 2.9 CYD Bkt, Ride Cntl ..$115,000
Cat 308C CR, 2005, N3784, 7’3” Stick, QC ......................$58,000
Cat 930H, 2008, N5661, EROPS, Ride Cntl ........................$132,000
Cat 315CL, 2006, N4867, EROPS, Heat, A/C, QC ..............$80,000
Cat 938GII, 2006, N5064, EROPS, A/C, Heat, Ride Cntrl $122,000
Cat 315CL, 2007, N5239, EROPS, 10’2” Stick, QC ............$85,000
Cat 938GII, 2006, UE1454, EROPS, Heat, A/C ................$105,000 Cat 950H, 2007, N5284, EROPS, Heat, Ride Cntrl ..........$175,000
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ID# N5413 $80,000
Cat IT-38G II, 2007, UE1494, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt..........$112,000
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TITAN MACHINERY OPEN HOUSE IN ROSEMOUNT DRAWS CROWD The event highlighted equipment from Case, JLG, Wacker Neuson, Sidump’R, Leica Geosystems and Towmaster Trailers.
CASE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT SUPPORTS VICTORY GARDEN
During the May 19 through 26 Victory Garden Blitz, homeowners, community groups and volunteers installed 278 gardens.
IAAP HOLDS ANNUAL CONVENTION, AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS
The IAAP Education Foundation Scholarship program strengthens the Illinois aggregates industry by promoting the education of students seeking a career with producers of crushed stone, sand and gravel.
CATERPILLAR PLANS $37M VISITORS CENTER
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FELLING TRAILERS PLANS A SECOND PRODUCTION LOCATION
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PAVING Blaw Knox PF510, ’93, 2,721 hrs ....................$11,500 LeeBoy 1000D, ’03, 1,475 hrs ........................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’10, 2,140 hrs ......................$54,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’00, 2081 hrs........................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘03, 3683 hrs ........................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘04, 2,739 hrs ......................$26,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘05, 3200 hrs ........................$19,500 LeeBoy 8515B, ’09, 1260 hrs ..........................$59,500 Vogele Super 700, ’11, 81 hrs ......................$144,500
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DOZERS Case 850K XLT, ’04, 2,646 hrs ........................$47,500 Cat D4G, ’06, 691 hrs ......................................$72,500 Cat D5C, ’97, 6931 hrs ....................................$26,500 Komatsu D37E-2, ’87, 3856 hrs ......................$16,500 Komatsu D37P-5, ’94, UKN hrs ......................$18,500 Komatsu D37P-5, ’98, 2,624 hrs ....................$21,500 Komatsu D39P-1, ’97, 6,189 hrs ....................$27,500 Komatsu D39EX-21A, ’05, 1,176 hrs ..............$57,500 Komatsu D51PX-22, ’08, 2,436 hrs ..............$129,500 Komatsu D61EX-15, ’05, 4,778 hrs ..............$114,500 Komatsu D61PX-15, ’05, 8,864 hrs ................$77,500 Komatsu D65EX-15, ‘05, 5,312 hrs ..............$129,500 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’06, 3199 hrs............$146,500 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’08, 5,372 hrs ..........$127,500 Komatsu D65PX-12, ‘96, 4,969 hrs ................$49,500 Komatsu D155AX-5, ’03, 6,809 hrs ..............$224,500
Cat C563, ’94, 5,794 hrs..................................$31,500 Hamm HD13, ’06, 320 hrs ..............................$29,500 Hamm HD14VV, ’08, 816 hrs ..........................$32,500 Hamm HD14VT, ’09, 1,083 hrs ........................$32,500
Case CX240B, ’07, 4810 hrs..........................$114,500 Fuchs MHL350B, ’05, 9931 hrs ....................$149,500 Komatsu PC88MR-8, ‘09, 1195 hrs ................$92,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-8, ’09, 2,363 hrs ........$104,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-2EO, ’07, 4377 hrs ......$69,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-8, ’07, 3935 hrs............$77,500 Komatsu PC220LC-8, ’09, 4,020 hrs ............$149,500 Komatsu PC220LC-8, ’09, 5,789 hrs ............$114,500 Komatsu PC270LC-7, ’04, 4,608 hrs ............$124,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7, ’02, 4,887 hrs ............$134,500 Komatsu PC300LC-8, ’09, 1,660 hrs ............$215,500 Komatsu PC400LC-8, ’07, 2,811 hrs ............$239,500 Komatsu PC750LC-7, ‘05, 4,517 hrs..................$CALL Sennebogen 850M, ’07 ......................................$CALL
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1999 Cat 365BL ..................................$109,500
1968 Cat 824B ......................................$24,000
Cat 426C ................................................$31,500
2004 Cat D6R XW II............................$195,000
S/N 9TZ00327, 11,345 hours, erops, bucket, paint and u/c good
S/N 36H00658, OROPS, S blade, sheeps foot pads good, engine rebuilt in 2009
S/N 6XN03727, 5174 Hrs, EROPS, E-Stick, 4x4, 24” Bkt, Tires Good
S/N AEP00323, 2175 hrs, EROPS, A/C, SU blade, GPS, drawbar, U/C at 65%
1986 Fiat Allis FG95A ..........................$18,500
1979 Cat 631D ......................................$45,100
1983 Cat D6D ........................................$34,000
2004 Gehl 4840 ......................................$14,500
S/N 45M00169, 12636 hours, erops, 14' blade, tires fair
S/N 24W02603, 9284 hours, orops, tires fair
S/N 04X08892, 2574 hours, orops, u/c fair, sheet metal good, frame hours unknown
S/N 406754, 2067 Hrs, Orops, 2-speed, hydraulic coupler, bucket, tires poor
2006 Cat D5KLGP..................................$99,000
1998 Cat IT28G......................................$44,500
1994 Case 850G ....................................$27,500
2003 Cat 740 ........................................$130,000
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S/N 8CR01529, 16,143 Hrs, EROPS, Std Differentials, Tires 50%, Bkt
S/NJJG0217270, 7871 hours, orops, sweeps, P.A.T. blade rear screen, u/c good to fair
S/N AXM00843, 11,123 hours, erops, heated body, tires good, no tailgate
2006 Cat 216B ......................................$18,500
2000 CAT D5CXLIII................................$29,500
1993 Bomag BW202AD ......................$22,500
1987 Cat D8N ........................................$82,500
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LANDSCAPING Case 480 Broom Tractor, frt mounted 6' sweepster broom, ROPS . . . . . . . .$13,000 Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor, 1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . .$10,500 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" hydraulic broom . . . . . .$11,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500
(2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition CRANES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 Broderson IC80-1B, 1984, 8.5 ton, Perkins TRUCKS & TRAILERS dsl, OROPS, 20’ boom,, 3500hrs, good . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL dual fuel, 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs$21,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., AIR COMPRESSORS 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . .. IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500
Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 Komatsu WA250-3PT, 1999, EROPS w/AC, JRB coupler, bucket, forks 20.5x25, good cond. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$63,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 $79,500 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick couCRAWLER LOADERS pler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt. MOTOR SCRAPERS boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . .$89,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” tank, ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . .$49,500 DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, COMPACTORS very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, OFF ROAD HAULERS Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideJD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean boards, tailgate (currently off work), work quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,500 ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29,000 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . .. Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . .$145,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 rubber, operational . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, hitch rebuilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . .. stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . .$57,000 w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . .From $79,500 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$87,500 rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” gas engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . .$255,000 stock, lever & remote . . .$4,000 to $10,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, JRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 of bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$77,500 single drum, tow type . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” CRAWLER TRACTORS TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working DOZERS (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a- everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$97,500 Case 1550, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, blade, winches, v. good . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG Carco Winch, Rear Screen, P/S Trans, Low Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade .. pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, Hours, Exc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85,000 work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL
SPECIALS Vermeer 5800 Trencher, 1997, 4 cyl dsl eng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,900 (12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a tow-type, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $5,200
BACKHOES Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . .$24,500
DRILLS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Duraquip dust collection . . .$150,000 MISCELLANEOUS (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. ATTACHMENTS BUCKETS PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . .$9,500 Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple Buckets in Stock -Call For Your Needs FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 (5) Cat 936/926/950 pallet forks, for a Balderson quick coupler, exc. cond . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,500 Ea. Others Available Call Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection All Equipment is Owned & Operated By ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.
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Dan Spindler (R) and Mike Egelkraut of Beaulieu Farm get ready for a little friendly competition racing a pair of Wacker Neuson RT 5C2 trench compactors.
In the backhoe basketball competition is Jeff Anderson, equipment operator of the city of Scandia, Minn., tries his hand at this New Holland 95B backhoe.
Titan Machinery Open House in Rosemount Draws Crowd
itan Machinery held an open house April 27 at its location in Rosemount, Minn. The event highlighted equipment from Case, JLG, Wacker Neuson, Sidump’R, Leica Geosystems and Towmaster Trailers. In addition to equipment and parts specialists available to answer questions, attendees also were treated to a free lunch.
(L-R): Titan Machinery Store Manager Dan Sawatske, Kawasaki Regional Director of Sales John Roseberry, Kawasaki Regional Sales Manager Aaron Reicherts and Kawasaki Product Support Representative Mike Dixon take a look at this new Kawasaki 90Z7 wheel loader.
(L-R): Strategic Accounts Specialist Rich Carlson, and Field Marketers David Remer, Fred Senger and Michael Hinde of the Titan Machinery Rosemount sales crew are ready to answer any questions about this Kawasaki 65Z5.
Lots of people attended the Titan Machinery Open House, Rosemount, Minn.
Kawasaki Product Support Representative Mike Dixon (R) gives some instructions to John Ambrose, equipment operator for the city of Mendota Heights, Minn., about the operation of the new Kawasaki 90Z7 wheel loader.
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PAVERS / ROAD WIDENERS CEDAR RAPIDS CR362L - ‘08 • Electric 8-16’ screed, Top Con Syst V, approx 1563 hrs ............................................................................................................$177,500 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘10 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/ Hopper Insert, 940 hrs ................................................................................................................$289,500 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘11 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/Hopper Insert, 427 Hrs ................................................................................................................$429,900 GILCREST PROPAV 8-13 - ‘00 • Conv Fed, 8’-13’ Track Paver, 2975 Hrs ..$14,500 MIDLAND SPR-6 - ‘11 • RH Discharge Widener to 6’, 277 Hrs ..................$95,000 MIDLAND SPR-6 - ‘11 • RH Discharge Widener to 6’, 45 Hrs ..................$105,500 CALL items may be on rent causing pricing and hours to vary.
MILLING MACHINES ROTEC RX400 - ‘11 • 48” Cut, 4 Track, Front Loading, Mill w/470 Hrs ....$349,500 WIRTGEN W50 - ‘11 • 20” Cut, 3 Wheel, Rear Discharge Mill w/150 Hrs ................ ................................................................................................................$164,700
ROLLERS Cat 214D - ’00, 48” Dbl Drm Vib, 4200 hrs ..............................................$10,500 Cat 214D - ’01, 48” Dbl Drm Vib, 4100 hrs ..............................................$10,900 SAKAI CR270 - 36", 3000lb, 4000VPM, vibratory, 217 hrs ..........................$9,800 SAKAI GW750 - ‘11 • Vibratory Pneumatic, 79’ Wide, 320 Hrs ................$109,900 SAKAI R2H-2 - ‘10 • 3 Wheel Static Roller, 83” Wide Coverage, 350PLI, 450 Hrs .. ..................................................................................................................$85,000 SAKAI SW800II - '09 • 67" Dbl Drm Vib, 1115 hrs ....................................$57,500 SAKAI SW800II - ‘11 • 67” Dbl Drm Vib, w/remaining standard and EPTW, 96 hrs ..................................................................................................................$95,000 SAKAI SW850-2 - ‘10 • 79” Dbl Drm Vib w/balance of Std warranty and EPTW, 541 hrs ......................................................................................................$87,500
EXCAVATORS GRADALL XL4100II - ‘04 • Trk Mtd. Exc. w/2 Buckets, 5925 Hrs ............$139,950
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Large Selection of New & Used Equipment in Stock. AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT PIONEER CS2148 PORTABLE JAW PLANT, 1997, 21x48 jaw, 50" x 20' vibratory feeder, 48" front discharge conveyor, Cummins diesel, quad axle chassis with hydraulic leveling......................................................................CALL PIONEER 6'X20' 10 DEGREE 3 DECK SCREEN PLANT, 1990, side discharge conveyor, underscreen conveyor, feed conveyor, tandem axle chassis ........................CALL JCI 1400 LS PORTABLE CONE PLANT, 1997, 300 hp electric motor, 48" side discharge conveyor, 42' feed conveyor, motor control panel, tri-axle chassis with hydraulic leveling......................................................................CALL EXCAVATORS 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
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LIEBHERR R954C HD “LITRONIC” CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, (Several 2006-2007 Models Available) with 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 CRANES 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 RT875E 75 TON ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 2006, 41’ to 128’ boom, 33’ to 56’ bi-fold swingaway, Model 30 main & auxiliary hoists, 29.5 x 25 tires, 3position outriggers ............................................CALL MANITOWOC 777 SII 200 TON CRAWLER CRANE, 2000, Cummins, 220' main boom, 40' fixed jib, third drum, 7200 hours ..............................................CALL 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. 5piece counterweight, counterweight and side-frame removal systems. 3020 hours ............................CALL
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USED EQUIPMENT 2005 CAT 950G SERIES II
2008 CAT D6K LGP
2000 CAT PS360
2007 CAT 924G
S/N AXX01814, 5,620 Hrs, AC, Ride Control, 4.25 CYD GP ....................$165,000
S/N DHA00679, 2492 Hrs, AC, 4th Valve, Accugrade Ready ........................$129,500
S/N 9LS00183, 2427 Hrs, 2 Speed Trans, Variable Forward/Reverse ............$83,000
s/n RTA00851, cab, a/c, 2.3 yd bucket, Tier ll engine ........................................$108,500
2008 CAT 315DL
1994 CAT 928F
2007 CAT 320CL
2007 CAT 320DL
S/N CJN00360, 2,317 Hrs, 10’2” Stick, 24” pads ..............................................$133,500
S/N 2XL00486, 4517 Orig. Hrs, GP Bkt, Cleaned/Painted, Good Operating Condition ........................................$62,000
S/N PAB07035, 2300 Hrs, quick coupler, mechanical thumb, 42” bucket ..$127,500
S/N PHX350, 3,003 Hrs, aux hyds, coupler, 48” bucket ............................$160,000
2006 CAT 315CL
2004 CAT 980G II
2009 CAT IT38H
2007 CAT 980H
S/N CJC3818 3,405 hrs, aux hyds, 36” bkt, 24” pads ..........................................$95,000
S/N AXG01090, 8619 Hrs, AC, Ride Control, Good Tires, GP Bkt........$225,000
s/n JNJ00375, 3350 Hrs, AC, Ride Control, 4th Valve, 3.25CYD GP Bkt..........$177,500
S/N JMS02662, 8,098 Hrs, AC, Ride Control, 8.0 CYD GP ....................$295,000
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2004 CAT IT28G
2003 CAT 420D
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S/N BAA631, 3,978 Hrs, ride control, ac, 3.75 gp bkt ....................................$170,000
S/N DBT1579, 3,793 Hrs, ac, ride control, 3rd valve, bkt, forks ....................$101,500
s/n FDP09264, 5108 Hrs, Cab, E-Stick, Awd Hydrs, Ride Control, 30” Bkt, New Front Tires ......................................$45,000
400 Hrs, Cat C27 Engine, Auto Reversing Fan, Magnetic End Pully..............$575,000
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Case Construction Equipment Supports Victory Garden Following its sponsorship of a weeklong In addition to CNHâ€™s financial sponsorinstallation of neighborhood gardens ship of Victory Garden Initiative, Case throughout Milwaukee, Case Construction donated the use of a skid steer loader for the Equipment congratulated Victory Garden Blitz. On May 26, 12 employees and family Initiative for the success of its â€œBlitzâ€? project that resulted in the planting of a record number of new vegetable gardens in the city. During the May 19 through 26 Victory Garden Blitz, homeowners, community groups and volunteers installed 278 gardens. â€œAs part of a Well Workplace, Case rec- Volunteers, including Case Construction Equipment employognizes the benefits of ees and family members, install raised bed gardens in a creating healthy com- Milwaukee neighborhood during the Victory Garden munities,â€? said Jim Initiativeâ€™s recent â€œBlitzâ€? project that resulted in the instalHasler, vice president, lation of 278 gardens for area families. CNH Construction. â€œOur support for and participation in the members volunteered a day of their labor to Victory Garden Blitz helps promote our own the project which included constructing and wellness mission while also supporting oth- filling gardens at various sites in the ers in our area with similar goals of growing Milwaukee area. healthy food, building stronger communities â€œWeâ€™d like to acknowledge and thank our and respecting the environment.â€? sponsor CNH and its Case Construction
Equipment division, which donated support for 100 gardens for low-income Milwaukeearea residents,â€? said Victory Garden Initiative Director Gretchen Mead. â€œTheir
schools, churches, and community spaces. Materials for each garden were available for a $150 donation or sponsorship. A variety of volunteer and neighborhood groups helped build, fill and plant the gardens. â€œWith generous support from Case and our other partners, we were able to expand our 2012 capacity to plant 278 residential gardens. This will enable hundreds of Milwaukee county residents to be able to grow their own food,â€? Mead added. â€œTheir generous support The loan of a Case SR200 skid steer loader from Case allowed us to provide Construction Equipment to the project â€œgreatly added to the productivity and success of the Blitz,â€? said Victory Garden garden beds at a sliding scale fee or for free Initiative Director Gretchen Mead. to families in need.â€? Victory Garden loan of a Case skid steer loader, along with Initiative is a grassroots movement to grow the volunteer labor of their employees and more food for a nutritious, sustainable food families, greatly added to the productivity system. It strives to create real change, one and success of the Blitz.â€? garden at a time. Throughout the project, raised-bed garFor more information, visit www.victorydens were installed in yards, businesses, gardeninitiative.org.
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(262) 781-3770 Jim King Mobile: (414) 530-0592 13001 W. Silver Spring Drive Butler, WI 53007
2010 VOLVO L110F, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Heated Air Susp. Seat, Boom Susp, 3rd Function, Hyd. Att. Bracket, Rev. Cooling Fan, Add’l. Work Lights, Block Heater, Care Track, Scale, 4.4 Cy. H/O STE Bkt, w/BOE, 23.5R25 Tires
WHEEL LOADERS 2004 VOLVO L60E, Cab, A/C, Contronics, Work Lights, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, 2.2 Cu. Yd. Bkt w/BOE, 20.5R25 Tires ....$72,500 2002 VOLVO L70D, Cab, Heater, Contronics, Work Lights, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Front Differential Lock, 2.5 Cu. Yd. Bkt w/BOE, 20.5-25 Tires ....................................$58,000 2002 VOLVO L70D, Cab, Heater, Contronics, Air Susp. Seat, Work Lights, Boom Susp., Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Limited Slip Rear Differential, 2.5 Cu. Yd. Bkt w/BOE ................ ..........................................................$82,500 2003 VOLVO L70D, Cab, Heater, Contronics, Air Susp. Seat, Work Lights, Boom Susp., Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Limited Slip Differential, 2.5 Cu. Yd. Bkt w/BOE, 20.5-25 .. ..........................................................$87,500 2005 VOLVO L70E, Cab, A/C, Contronics, Work Lights, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Front Differential Lock, 2.9 Cu. Yd. Bkt. w/BOE, 20.5R25 Tires ..................................$189,000 2006 VOLVO L70E, Cab, A/C, Contronics, Work Lights, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Front Differential Lock, 2.9 Cu. Yd. Bkt. w/BOE, 20.5R25 Tires ....................................$79,000 2003 VOLVO L90E, Cab, A/C, Contronics, Work Lights, 3rd Function, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, Front Differential Lock, 3.5 Cu. Yd. Bkt w/BOE, 20.5-25 Tires ..................$92,000 2009 VOLVO L90F, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Boom Susp., Caretrack, Hyd. Attachment Bracket, 3.5 Cu. Yd. Bkt, 20.5R25 Tires.......... ........................................................$165,000
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2009 VOLVO L220F, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Boom Susp, CDC, Addit’l. Hyd. Oil Cooler Block Heater, Caretrack, 7.4 cy Bkt, 29.5R25 Tires
2008 VOLVO EC160C LC, A/C, 28” Pads, 9’10” Stick, Q/C Piping, Hammer/ Shear Piping, Pilor Pattern Control Change, Block Heater
(15) 2001-2008 VOLVO A40D/E’S, A/C, Contronice, 29.5R25 Tires
2011 VOLVO L90F, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Rear Camera w/Color LCD Monitor, Heated Seat, Boom, Suspension, 3rd Function, Hyd Attachment Bracket, Work Lights Front & Rear, Reversible Cooling Fan, Engine Block Heater, Rotating Beacon, Care Track, 104” 3.5cy Bkt, w/BOE, 20.5R25 Bridgestone VJT L-3 Tires ..........................................$177,000 2009 VOLVO L120F, Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Work Lights, Boom Suspension, Reversible Cooling Fan, Hyd Attachment Bracket, 4.4 CY Bkt, w/BOE, 23.5R25 Tires ..................$CALL 2006 VOLVO L150E, Cab, A/C, radio w/CD, Work Lights, Boom Susp., Return to Dig, 5.25 CY Bkt w/BOE, 26.5R25 Tires ......$CALL 2005 VOLVO L220E, Cab, A/C, Radio, Additional Work Lights, Return to Dig, Boom Susp, 7 Cu Yd. Bkt w/BOE, 29.5R25 Tires ...... ........................................................$135,000 1996 VOLVO L330C, Cab, A/C, Contronics, Boom Susp, 9 Cu. Yd. Spade Nose Bkt w/Teeth, 35/65R33 ............................$57,500 2001 VOLVO L330D, Cab, A/C, Boom Susp., Comfort Drive Cont, 9.6cy Spade Nose Bkt, w/Teeth, 35/65R33 Tires..................$137,000 1998 KOMATSU WB70, Cab, Heater, Front/Rear Work Lights, Hyd QC, Log Bkt w/Teeth, 15/70-18 Bridgestone Tires, C&P .... ..........................................................$23,000
2008 VOLVO EC160CLC, A/C, 28” Pads, 9’10” Stick, Aux. Hyd, Q/C Piping, Rotator Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Changer, Block Heater ...... ........................................................$115,000 2003 VOLVO EC210BLC, A/C, Radio, 32” Pads, 9’6” Stick, Hammer/Shear Piping, Geith Pin Grabber, 48” Bkt ..........................$56,500 2005 VOLVO EC210BLC, A/C, Radio, 32” Pads, 9’6” ARM, Hammer/Shear Piping, QC Piping, Heavy CW, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Block and Oil Pan Heater, Geith Pin Grabber, 30” Bkt ..............................................$77,500 2010 VOLVO EC210C LC, A/C, Radio w/CD, 32” Pads, 11’6” Stick, Hammer / Shear Piping, QC Piping, Pilor Pattern Cont. Change, Block Heater, Rear camer w/Color LCD Monitor ............................................$154,000 2009 VOLVO ECR235CL, A/C, Radio w/CD, 32” Pads, 9’6” Stick, Hammer / Shear Piping, Q/C Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Block Heater ..................................................$CALL 2004 VOLVO EC240B LC, A/C, Radio, 36” Pads, 9’9” Stick, Hammer / Shear Piping, QC Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Block Heater, Wain Roy Twist QC, Rockwell Hyd. Thumb, 72” Ditching Bkt, 42” GP Bkt ............ ..........................................................$95,000 2007 VOLVO EC240BLC, A/C, 36” Pads, 9’9” Stick, Aux. Hyd, Q/C Piping, Rotator Piping, Pilor Pattern Cont. Changer, Block Heater ...... ........................................................$119,000 2007 VOLVO EC290BLC, A/C, 36” Pads, 13’1” Stick, Aux. Hyd, Q/C, Piping, Rotator Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Changer, Block Heater ...... ........................................................$137,500
2008 VOLVO EC290CLC, A/C, 36” Pads, 12’2” Stick, Aux. Hyd. Q/C Piping, Rotator Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Changer, Block Heater ...... ........................................................$157,000 2003 VOLVO EC360BLC, A/C, Radio, 36” Pads, 60% U/C, 12’13” Stick, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change ..................................$112,000 2005 VOLVO EC360BLC, A/C 36” Pads, 12’10” Stik, Hammer/Shear Piping, Q/C Piping, S-3 Coupler, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Block & Oil Pan Heater ......$135,000 2006 VOLVO EC360BLC, 36” Pads, 12’10” Stick, Q/C Piping, Hammer/Shear Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Walk Way, Block Heater ..............................................$137,500 2009 VOLVO EC360C LC, A/C, Radio w/CD, 36” Pads, 12’10” Stick, Hammer / Shear Piping, Q/C Piping, Slope / Rotator Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, Block Heater ........ ............................................................$CALL 2003 VOLVO EC460BLC, A/C, Radio, 36” PADS, 15’9” Stick, Hammer/Shear Piping, Pilot Pattern Cont. Change, HYD CWT Removal................................................$CALL 2003 CATERPILLAR 321C LCR, A/C, Work Lights, 32” Pads, 60% U/C, 9’6” Stick, Hyd Q/C, 30” Bkt ......................................$67,500 2005 CATERPILLAR 345BL, A/C, Radio, Work Lights, 36” Pads, Reach Boom, 12’10” Stick, Hyd Pin Grabber, 54” GP Bkt, Municipal Trade ........................................................$119,000 2006 DEERE 35D, OROPS, Work Lights, 12” Rubber Pads, Offset Boom, Hyd. Thumb, Leveling Blade, Q/C, 16”/24”/36” Bkts$25,000
EXCAVATORS 2009 VOLVO ECR145CL, A/C, Radio w/CD, 24” Pads, 8’2” Stick, Hammer / Shear Piping, Q/C Piping, Pilor Pattern Cont. Changer ........ ............................................................$CALL
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IAAP Holds Annual Convention, Awards Scholarships The Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers (IAAP) held its 44th annual convention May 5 at the Crowne Plaza in Springfield. The IAAP Safety Committee granted more than 130 awards to IAAP member companies in its “Rock Solid” safety award program to companies that adopted systems and practices that prevent injuries or illnesses. In developing this program, safety committee members identified a comprehensive list of activities required for a successful safety and health program and then assigned a point system for undertaking and documenting each of these critical activities. Using the point system, the committee created the Rock Solid Bronze, Silver and Gold Award. In addition to the awards ceremony attendees had the opportunity to participate in a series of educational seminars throughout the day.
Rock Solid Safety Award Winners Gold Award Anna Quarries Inc., Central Stone Company, Conmat Inc., Delta Companies Inc., Fairmount Minerals, Fred Weber Inc., Hanson Materials Service, Kinkaid Stone Company, Lafarge, LeClaire Investments Inc., Nokomis Quarry Company of Illinois Inc., RiverStone Group Inc., Shakespeare Aggregates Inc., Thelen Sand & Gravel Inc., Tri-Con Materials, Tuscola Stone Company, Unimin Specialty Minerals Inc., VCNA Prairie Aggregates Illinois Inc., Vulcan Materials Company, William Charles Construction Materials Division Silver Award Aggregate Industries – Midwest Division, Coots Materials Company, Illinois Cement Company, Lafarge, U.S. Silica Company, VCNA Prairie Aggregates Indiana Inc.
Bronze Award Christian County Limestone Company, Coots Materials Company Rock Solid Award Aggregates Industries – Midwest Division, Allendale Gravel Company Inc., Buckhart Sand & Gravel Company Inc., Central Stone Company, Conmat Inc., Dyno Nobel Inc., GZA GeoEnvironmental Inc., Hanson Material Service, Knox County Stone, Lafarge, Ozinga Materials Inc., RiverStone Group Inc., Rogers Group Inc., Rogers Ready Mix & Materials Inc., Shakespeare Aggregates Inc., Thelen Sand & Gravel Inc., Tri-Con Materials, Vulcan Materials Company, Wendling Quarries Inc., Western Aggregates, William Charles Construction – Materials Division, WMC Inc. see IAAP page 34
Rock Solid Safety Silver Award
Education Foundation Scholarship The IAAP Education Foundation Scholarship program strengthens the Illinois aggregates industry by promoting the education of students seeking a career with producers of crushed stone, sand and gravel. The scholarship enhances the relationship between the IAAP and institutions of higher learning that are educating and training the next generation of aggregate industry professionals.
Rock Solid Safety Bronze Award
(L-R): Mike Stanczak of Hanson Material Service and the IAAP’s Education Foundation Committee and IAAP President Anne Cramer stand with scholarship winners Seth Gronewold of Highland Community College, Benjamin York of McHenry County College and John Henriksen, executive director of IAAP. Not pictured is Matthew Micucci of Northwestern University.
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CAT 320CL 1.83-YARD HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, 128 HP, Cab w/ Heat & AC, 9'6" Stick, 44" Bucket w/ Teeth, Aux Hyd, VG UC w/ 31.5" Pads ..........................................................$115,000
CAT 312CL 0.98-YD EXCAVATOR, 90 HP, CAT D8N HYDRAULIC SU DOZER W/TILT, 285 Cab/Heat/AC, 9’10” Stk, 34” Bkt, Hyd QC, Man HP, Canopy, Powershift, Differential Steer, Thumb, Aux Hyd, Leveling Blade, Good UC, Drawbar, Good U/C w/26” Pads ..........$92,500 27.5” Pads ..........................................$74,500
CASE 580 SUPER L 4X4 1-YARD LOADER BACKHOE, 80 HP, Cab/Heat, 4F-4R Shuttle Transmission, Extendahoe, 18” Bkt, NEW TIRES ..................................................$28,500
CAT 963 LGP 3 YARD CRAWLER LOADER, 150 HP, Canopy, Hydrostatic Transmission, GP Bkt w/Teeth & Inserts, Good U/C w/22” Pads ........ ............................................................$32,500
CAT 950G 4.5-YARD ARTICULATED 4WD LOADER, 180 HP, Cab w/ Heat, ECPC CAT 325CL 3-YARD HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, Transmission, GP Bucket, Good Tires .............. 188hp, Cab/Heat/AC, 10'6" Stick, 63" Bkt, Hyd ............................................................$78,500 QC, 2 Aux Hyds, VG UC w/ 32" Pads ..$98,500
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CAT D6H II HYDRAULIC SU DOZER W/TILT, CAT 938F 4WD LOADER, 140 HP, Cab/Heat/AC, 165hp, Canopy/Sweeps/Rear, Screen, Pwrshft, Electronic Powershift, Ride Control, QT GP Bkt, Differential Steering, VG UC, NEW S&L & 24" NEW TIRES ........................................$57,500 Pads ....................................................$66,500
CAT D6H DS XL HYDRAULIC SU DOZER W/TILT, 175 HP, NEW Cab w/Heat & AC, Powershift, Differential Steering, Drawbar, VG U/C w/24” Pads ..................................$72,500
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1999 Volvo L220D-LB, s/n 1449, 21,771 hrs, with a bucket $55,000
Weather Impacts March Construction Hiring Pattern Construction employment increased in 155 out of 337 metropolitan areas between March 2011 and March 2012, decreased in 134 and stayed level in 48, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released May 2 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials said that fewer metro areas added construction jobs in March compared to February because of disruptions to typical hiring patterns caused by weather. “While last March firms were getting a late start to the construction season because the winter was so cold, this year’s warm winter allowed many firms to do their typical spring hiring in February,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “It is too early to tell whether the hiring momentum within construction is slowing down or just pausing to let contractors catch up with the weather.” Bakersfield-Delano, Calif., added the highest percentage of new construction jobs (30 percent, 3,900 jobs) followed by Battle Creek, Mich. (25 percent, 300 jobs) and Fargo, N.D.-Minn. (25 percent, 1,400 jobs). Denver-AuroraBroomfield, Colo., added the most jobs (5,600 jobs, 9 percent). Other areas adding a large number of jobs included Indianapolis-Carmel, Ind. (5,300 jobs, 15 percent); PhoenixMesa, Ariz. (4,200 jobs, 5 percent); Portland-VancouverHillsboro, Ore.-Wash. (4,000 jobs, 9 percent) and Bakersfield-Delano. The largest job losses were in Chicago-Joliet-Naperville, Ill. (minus 5,900 jobs, minus 6 percent), followed by St. Louis, Mo.-Ill. (minus 5,700 jobs, minus 9 percent); AtlantaSandy Springs-Marietta, Ga. (minus 4,100 jobs, minus 5 percent) and Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Fla. (minus 4,000 jobs, minus 8 percent). Monroe, Mich. (minus 36 percent, minus 800 jobs) lost the highest percentage. Other areas experiencing large percentage declines in construction employment included Springfield, Mass.-Conn. (minus 25 percent, minus 2,000 jobs), Anchorage, Alaska (minus 20 percent, minus 1,600 jobs), Anniston-Oxford, Ala. (minus 20 percent, minus 200 jobs) and Sheboygan, Wis. (minus 20 percent, minus 300 jobs). Association officials said construction employment also was impacted by the market uncertainty being created by unresolved federal infrastructure measures. Construction firms that build public infrastructure, in particular, are uncertain about future work levels given Washington’s failure to enact a host of long-term investment measures like the highway and transit bill. Adding to the confusion, many construction firms, including many small companies that file taxes under individual rates, are uncertain how much they will owe starting next year, they added. “When it comes to politicians talking about the need to support private sector job creation, construction firms could benefit from less rhetoric and more action,” said the association’s chief executive officer, Stephen E. Sandherr. “Instead of jousting at straw men and arguing about who cares more, it would be helpful if Congress and the administration would instead help end much of the uncertainty holding back the industry.”
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Track gauge 3 ft. 7 in. Clearance width just 3 ft. 11 in. Paving widths from 20 in. to 10 ft. 6 in. Laydown rate up to 280 tons/h. Paving speed up to 200 fpm. Powerful and economical DEUTZ engine rated at 60 h.p., with ECO mode. • Combines with AB 200 Extending Screed in V version (vibration). • Asymmetrical material hopper.
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General Equipment Celebrates Name Change, Link-Belt Deal
(L-R): Link-Belt was well represented at the General Equipment open house with Vice President of Marketing Bill Stramer, District Manager Kelly Fiechter, District Service Representative Marion Coy and North American Sales Manager W.E. Collins all in attendance and ready to great customers in front of this Link Belt RTC 8090.
eneral Equipment & Supplies held an open house May 10 at its location in Shakopee, Minn. While the event was a celebration of the company being the new Link-Belt crane dealer in Minnesota,
General Equipment’s Shakopee General Manager Gary Lane (L) gets a chance to catch up with General Equipment President Don Shilling during the festivities.
Shawn Beck of Wells Concrete, Wells, Minn., checks out this Link-Belt 218 lattice boom crane.
it also marked the changing of the company name from Tri-State Aggregate Machinery to General Equipment & Supplies Inc. Link-Belt had a number of cranes and representatives on hand for the day.
General Equipment Sales Representative Roy Wendland poses with a Fab Tec 3055 jaw crusher that is heading to Ulland Brothers Construction of Albert Lea, Minn.
Milt Schuur (L) of Schuur Concrete, Chandler, Minn., and Don Larson of Larson Crane Service, Worthington, Minn., check out all the rental, sales and service options the Link-Belt Crane line offers at General Equipment.
General Equipment Crane Sales Manager Gary Lane (L) and Sales Manager Jon Shilling welcome attendees to their Link-Belt open house.
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Road Builders Machinery & Supply Co., Inc. www.roadbuildersmachinery.com KS Kansas City 913-371-3822 NE Grand Island 308-384-2620 Lincoln 402-325-0447 Omaha 402-331-9200
Road Machinery & Supplies Co. www.rmsequipment.com IA Cedar Rapids 319-363-9655 • 800-616-6615 Des Moines 218-741-9011 • 800-555-1455 Sioux City 712-252-0538 • 800-633-9104 IL Milan 309-787-1742 • 800-633-9114 MI Negaunee 906-475-6488 • 800-888-9565 MN Duluth 218-727-8671 • 800-888-9535 Savage 952-895-9595 • 800-888-9515 Virginia 218-741-9011 • 800-752-4304
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Komatsu CARE for Komatsu Tier 4 Interim models is a new, complimentary maintenance program designed to lower your cost of ownership and improve your bottom line. It provides factory-scheduled maintenance on the machines for the first three years or 2,000 hours, whichever comes first. This includes up to two exchange Komatsu Diesel Particulate Filters. Be sure to contact your Komatsu distributor for all the details. Once again, Komatsu leads the industry. No other construction equipment manufacturer offers a complimentary maintenance program like this.
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Volvo, Rudd Equipment Help Logger Get Job Done
The logging trucks roll in daily, generally carrying 8,000 board ft. per load. After milling, a 1 by 6 in. by 12 ft. (2.5 cm by 15.2 cm by 3.7 m) plank will equate to 6 board ft.
Every business is about numbers. If they’re not in your favor, you’re done. Walter Lipinski Jr. knows this better than most. And nobody knows his business better. Nothing gets by him. Every detail. Every order. He can practically tell you at a moment’s notice how much that tiny pile of sawdust cost him. But more importantly, how much he will earn by mixing, matching and maximizing varying lumber sources, transportation, staff and customer end users. It certainly would be easier to just do it like everybody else. Source all your lumber from the same places in the same geographic areas. Use the same transport truckers. Over and over. Repeat. And sell your products to customers in one-size-fits-all fashion. But that’s just lazy, according to the thinking of Walter Lipinski Jr. owner of Lipinski Logging & Lumber in Kennerdell, Pa., about an hour and a half outside Pittsburgh. Instead, opportunity and profit are his drivers. “Walter has an attention to numbers like I’ve never seen before from anyone,” said Ron Filipiak, Rudd Equipment Branch vice president. “By knowing every angle about the logging and lumber business, he can instantly spot a good deal that will make him profitable. “And because he has so many connections, he can match this resource 400 miles
away with this customer in his backyard. Or buy a surplus source here, mill it himself and ship it there. It’s about finding the most efficient, most profitable solution.” It’s quite simple really. You have three key elements: source hardwood species (which has to be cut and skidded off the land), milling (processing the product) and transportation shipping (from the sources after cutting and again with finished product to the customer). The key to profit is knowing when to mill it yourself. When to buy from another mill and ship it direct to a customer. Where to buy cut lumber cheaper, from this source today — and only today — but not next week. When to make arrangements with land owners to get the standing timber. Where to find and capitalize on niche markets. How to treat people. How to stay on top of a constantly shifting industry. “I’ve got guys calling me every day saying they’ve got timber,” said Lipinski. “Having the connections is important, because when a shale gas company calls and says they need 112,000 board feet — equivalent to 14 truckloads — by tomorrow, you need to be ready. We are ready.” Moving Yard Timber It all comes in as delimbed rough cut timber. Sometimes 24 in. (61 cm) in diameter. Long, bulky and covered in bark. Just a cut
on the top and the bottom of the nearly straight trunk. The logging trucks roll in daily, generally carrying 8,000 board ft. per load. After milling, a 1 by 6 in. by 12 ft. (2.5 by 15.2 cm by 3.7 m) plank will equate to 6 board ft. The logging rigs have grapples attached to the trucks for loading and unloading their cargo. But their idea of unloading is putting them down on the ground and driving away. This stuff isn’t light. That’s where Lipinski’s loaders come in. He uses several Volvo L50F wheel loaders at his three nearby milling operation sites. They use a set of straight fork attachments, a bucket for each mill location and four sets of grapples. “The Volvo loaders are sized perfect for running in a mill,” continued Lipinski. “We don’t have large areas to turn and the Volvos can get in and out of the stacks better than bigger loaders. They have good visibility to the attachment and they are quick. Get in and go. The guys like running them.” Lipinski used to run competitive make loaders. But they weren’t as fuel efficient as the Volvos turned out. And they experienced some break downs with the other machines. Tom Shore and Ron Filipiak at Rudd Equipment fixed that issue. In 2009, they brought a new L50F Volvo to Lipinski’s yard so his guys could demo it. Lipinski liked it so much he bought it on the spot. Then he bought four more.
“In addition to the mobility, the Volvos have plenty of power and great fuel efficiency, going through only1.7 gallons of fuel per hour. That savings adds up,” said Lipinski. “And we’ll get more Volvo loaders as we continue to grow.” Growing — By Demand Business isn’t just steady. It’s growing as fast as Lipinski and his staff can bring it in and get it out. In 2003 the company grossed $3.9 million. During the recession of 20072009 they climbed to $4.9 million, despite the fact that prices went down, volume stayed consistent. In 2010 the company jumped to $9 million in sales, and 2011 leapt to the $15 million mark. Including subcontractors, the company currently employs about 80 people. Lipinski Logging & Lumber mainly produces high-end grade lumber, industrial lumber/blocking (think huge support beams), railroad ties, the manufacturing of 15 loads of skids and pallets per week (think heavy-duty shipping pallets or crates — purchased mostly by steel mill customers all around the world) and 16 to 20 loads of mulch chips per week made from waste scrap. “Lipinski is the only saw mill in the entire area constantly running double shifts every see MILLING page 64
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1998 Komatsu D39P-1; #90836, OROPS, 24â€? Shoes, Sweeps, 3650 Hrs ....................$49,500
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2007 Komatsu WA320-5; #81707, Cab/AC, JRB QC, 3rd Valve, 2050 Hrs......................$137,500
2006 Komatsu WA450-5; #81696, Cab/AC, GP Bkt, 26.5-25 Tires, 7850 Hrs ..............$134,500
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1996 Cat 963B; #90953, Cab/AC, Dymax QC, 22â€? Shoes..............................................$59,500
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Bistodeau Joins Sales Team at Road Machinery & Supplies Co. Road Machinery & Supplies Co., added Jeff Bistodeau as a territory manager of the southern area of Minnesota. Bistodeau has been with RMS for a year; his responsibilities include sales of heavy equipment in the southern Minnesota territory. Having more than 27 years of heavy construction equipment experience and 22 years in sales, Bistodeau’s background is ideal to build upon the growth that RMS has enjoyed over the years, according to the company. “I'm excited and thankful for the opportunity to work with a company like RMS that is willing invest in me and southern Minnesota. Through my past experience, I learned to be a salesperson that can work together with customers, management, mechanics and suppliers. It's very important to me to have integrity and a willingness to compromise, learn and grow in this industry.” “We are thrilled to have someone with Jeff’s experience, training and strong values on our team,”said Dave Johnson, COO of Road Machinery. “Jeff brings an unprecedented amount of work ethic and knowledge that will serve his southern Minnesota cus-
Jeff Bistadeau is territory manager of the southern area of Minnesota.
tomers well.” For more information, visit www.rmsequipment.com.
AGC Questions Hiring Quotas, Citing Lack of Need, Cost AGC from page 1
bly prescriptive new hiring mandates. “The administration is getting ready to impose a tremendous new regulatory burden on thousands of employers to fix a problem that doesn’t appear to exist,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “The administration is trying to mandate away the symptoms of a broader problem: a stagnant economy that has left too many Americans out of work for too long.” The new rules, which are being proposed by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), are designed to have firms working on federal contracts hire veterans and people with disabilities at the same rate at which they apply for positions. Yet Sandherr noted that federal officials have failed to provide any data indicating that veterans or people with disabilities are being treated unfairly with regard to hiring. The rules also require firms to meet sweeping new reporting requirements, establish formal partnership agreements with community outreach programs to help with
recruiting, and put in place new training programs, among other costly new measures. If firms fail to meet the “goals” set out in the two proposed rules, they face federal audits and potential debarment from working on future federal contracts. Sandherr noted that construction firms across the country are already taking aggressive steps to recruit and hire veterans and people with disabilities. He noted, for example, that many firms participate in the Helmets to Hardhats training program that prepares veterans for careers in construction. And firms across the country have created apprentice, safety and training programs designed to recruit and prepare people with disabilities. The association executive noted that the construction industry alone has lost more than 2 million jobs since 2008 and that the industry’s unemployment rate was 14.5 percent; nearly double the national average and the highest for any industry type. “The problem isn’t that construction firms aren’t hiring veterans or people with disabilities, it is that they are too busy struggling to survive to do any hiring at all.”
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Volvo BL71 Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ......................$50
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Contractors Making Good Time On Interstate Job
A Midland SPD-10 shouldering machine spreads road base while a Caterpillar dozer spreads fill in the background. The 10 mi. (16 km) segment of I-35E running north of St. Paul should be completed in late May PROJECT from page 38
US Highway 61 which runs parallel to I35E about 1 mi. (1.6 km) to the east. It was formally the main route to Duluth prior to the construction of the freeway and it is a familiar highway to daily commuters and travelers. With a peak work force of nearly140 tradesmen and a dozen or so pieces of heavy equipment at any one time, freeway commuters and travelers have seen a lot activity on and even off the construction site. Once drivers survive the loud and dusty milling part of the project, they can begin to see daily progress because concrete paving equipment can spread more than 1 mi. (1.6 km) of fresh concrete on a daily basis. “And that's the beauty of a project like this. While people are stuck in traffic, they can see at least some progress out there.” said Rich Norgard, chief MnDOT inspector for the project. During on-going concrete paving operations, Norgard estimates 100 trucks drive into and out of the plant site daily to bring concrete to the paving crews. Out on the construction site, concrete crews are now pouring the last several miles of the new northbound lanes. Manned by a dozen or so workers, the Guntert Paver S850 and RexCon Town and Country Placer/Spreader slowly and methodically crawl forward. They cover 6,000 ln ft. (1,830 km) a day to place 5,000 cu. yds. (3,825 cu yd) of 9 in. (23 cm) thick un-bonded concrete on a strip of roadway 28
ft. (9 m) wide. A Cat 350 backhoe is the largest excavator on site with several smaller Cat backhoes on hand and scattered throughout the project. Smaller Bobcats are spreading and grading the shoulder areas. Off site, crews pieced together a portable concrete batch plant just halfway beyond the mid-point of the road work and a short distance from the freeway. There, two huge Cat Dozers are loading sand non-stop onto a conveyor belt of the plant while a Cat grader maintains the access road to the plant area from a local road. At the entrance to the site, flagging operations help control the heavy mix of concrete trucks arriving and leaving the plant site sharing the same road with local traffic. Much of the Class VI road base is recycled along with the fly ash used in the batch plant and comes as a byproduct from coal plants throughout the mid-west. Currently, more than 50 percent of concrete pavement has been placed on the northbound lanes of the interstate while the two new lanes of southbound traffic completed last year carry two way traffic. As construction begins to wind down later this month, regular drivers along this stretch of I-35E should have their road back to all four lanes and just in time for the summer tourist season. They will only be slightly distracted by the on-going guard rail and turf work through the summer months. CEG
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Mill, Overlay Nears Completion for Minnesota’s I-35E PROJECT from page 1
legislature came to a budget agreement later that month. Despite the fact that PCI had time to complete only the southbound lanes of the freeway last year and basically re-mobilize in early 2012 to finish the northbound lanes, most of the entire project is expected to be completed at press time. “The project has been going very well considering that we had to split it up over two years,” said Garrett Schreiner, EIT and MnDOT project engineer. “We haven’t had any major issues and the weather has been relatively cooperative. We’re on schedule to finish.” MnDOT and PCI are shooting to open the entire 10 mi. (16 km) stretch of the project to four lanes later this month to be followed with some turf restoration and guard rail construction continuing through the summer months, Schreiner said. PCI Construction Services Inc. is a major heavy road and bridge contractor located in Burnsville, Minn., and a major general contractor working in the upper midwest. With an ADT up to 70,000, this section of I-35E took a beating over the years with the continual road traffic and deteriorating surface winning the battle over road maintenance crews. When unexpected federal money was set free for Minnesota, MnDOT officials made the best use of the funds by going for a long-
term solution instead of a shorter term fix for the aging pavement. “We had initially scoped this job out to be just a mill and overlay. When we heard federal funding was available, our material’s office re-evaluated the job and decided to go for a longer term, 25 to 30 year fix with the un-bonded overlay,” said Jennie Read, PE and North Area MnDOT district engineer. “And it was a very quick timeline that we had,” Read emphasized. “We received word that this money would be available in October, 2010 and we had to have signed plans by February, 2011.” Except in areas below many of the bridges crossing the route, the end result, Schreiner said, will be a freeway 6 in. (15 cm) higher than the original surface along with corrections made to the super elevation and the cross slope. Under many of the bridges that cross the project area, 10.5 in. (25 cm) of un-bonded concrete will be placed with more narrow bands of sub-base to lower the pavement section in these portions of the road because of bridge height limitations Schreiner explained. Many factors come into play to determine the best options in replacing an aging highway surface. According to the MnDOT Materials Lab, one major factor is the design features of the in-place roadway. MnDOT Materials Lab staff cite the design differences of I-94 cutting through
the urban centers of St. Paul and Minneapolis and now under going a more traditional mill and asphalt overlay versus the I-35E road work. Along this urban stretch of I-94, “there are a lot of bridges, drainage structures and barriers that would make an un-bonded overlay impractical,” according to the MnDOT Materials Lab. Though asphalt overlays last less than 10 years, short of removing the in-place pavement and starting over, asphalt overlays are the only practical solution for highways designed and constructed for inner city use, MnDOT Materials Lab staff said. On the other hand, the I-35E freeway is located in a rural area with few bridges, no curb and gutter and no drainage issues. Because the design and construction of the rural interstate is much more basic, the unbonded overlay is more easily placed and will last up to 30 years, added the Materials Lab. Within the work zone, traffic has been cut down from two lanes to one lane in each direction to make for traffic free work space on the lanes under construction. Though traffic slow-downs and back-ups are occurring, there have been very few complaints from the traveling public according to TK Kramascz, communications director for the MnDOT Office of Public Affairs. He gives credit to PCI and its sub-contractors along with MnDOT construction staff
for making his job easier navigating through the sometimes hostile world of dirt, noise and traffic delay complaints that are part of major road construction. “What I care about most is when the contractor does work according to schedule and this contractor is hitting its targets. “Having said that, nobody likes construction and they don’t like ramps closed to and from the mainline,” said Kramascz. Yet, from a public affairs standpoint, “we’ve had more of the curious type of questions” versus complaints coming into our department, Kramascz added. Kramascz and his staff rely heavily on the local media and their own web site to update the public. “As soon as we get information we put it out to the media and through our email and even twitter sometimes. So, we have a whole arsenal of methods to get information out,” Kramascz remarked. “It starts with good quality project management and good work by the inspectors working with the contractor." “The biggest issue is dealing with the traffic and minimizing delays because it is such a heavily traveled corridor,” Schreiner said. “We have some plans in place if the delays get too high and we've added some ramp meters at the entrances.” Though there is no dedicated detour route, MnDOT staff did optimize the signals along see PROJECT page 72
Two Caterpillar dozers work non-stop loading sand onto the conveyor belt of the batch plant to manufacture concrete for the final miles of the northbound lane of I-35E
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4 4 4 4 4 4
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28 (8.5) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 60 (18.2)
4 4 4 4 4 16
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4.4 (1.3) 4.9 (1.5) 5.3 (1.6) 5.3 (1.6) 5.3 (1.6) N/A
5.7 (1.7) 5.9 (1.8) 7.4 (2.3) 7.4 (2.3) 7.4 (2.3) 7 to 24 (2.1 to 7.3)
2 x 120/240
120/ 2 x 125/250
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14.8 (4.5) 11.9 (3.6)
6 (1.8) 6.25 (1.9)
5.6 (1.7) 8.0 (2.4)
2,288 (1,038) 5,007 (2,271)
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1,650 (748) 1,940 (880) 2.939 (1,333) 2,200 (998) 2,200 (998) 18 (8)
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1,725 (782) 1,950 (885) 2,092 (949) 2,425 (1,100) 2,425 (1,100) 2,605 (1,182)
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1,670 (757) 2,160 (980) 2,160 (980) 3,002 (1,362) 3,010 (1,365) 10,900 (4,944)
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Aspen Equipment Co. 9150 Pillsbury Ave. S Bloomington, MN 55420 (952) 888-2525
McAllister Equipment Co. 150 E. North Ave. Villa Park, IL 60181 (630) 530-7600 (630) 530-1901 Alsip/Chicago (708) 389-7700
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Columbia, MO (573) 814-0083 Palmyra, MO (573) 769-2056 Carterville, IL (618) 985-3399
Central Power Systems & Services 9200 Liberty Drive Liberty, MO 60468 (816) 781-8070 (816) 792-9100 Springfield, MO (417) 865-0505 Wichita, KS (316) 943-1231
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Allmand Maxi-Lite EX Series Chicago Pneumatic Unveils to Feature Vertical Tower CPS 750 JD7 Compressor Allmand Bros. Inc.’s V Series vertical light tower configuration is a standard feature for its Maxi-Lite EX Series light towers. The ML EX V Series offers the convenience of the vertical tower, a significantly extended run time, a larger, wider, and more stable trailer and added auxiliary power. This multi-purpose unit brings extra versatility to construction, mining, oil and gas worksites, tent cities and event venues, according to the manufacturer.
watt lighting system, the ML EX V Series provides 150,000 lumens per lamp. An optional Saf-T-Visor attachment directs previously wasted light onto the work site. Standard features include a modular engine/genset, which allows for simple engine/generator removal or change out. Service is simplified with a hinged ballast panel, which only requires two bolts to be
Straight Up With the V Series design, the mast on the ML EX V Series vertically telescopes and retracts, resulting in easier setup, simplified shipping, towing and storage, and reduced potential for damage. The V Series configuration features a hydraulic lift system, which allows the mast to be completely raised and lowered in less than 30 seconds. Additionally, this design allows for more intuitive light fixture positioning (angle and direction). The tower is still vertical when retracted, making accurate fixture adjustment fast and simple. Furthermore, the fixtures firmly hold their adjusted position as the tower is raised, and the lights can be operated at any height. Added Power The ML EX V Series units deliver 20 and 30kW of 3-phase power. This provides additional elec- The V Series configuration features a hydraulic lift systrical power source for tem, which allows the mast to be completely raised and powering temporary work lowered in less than 30 seconds. trailers, pumps, additional lighting or other auxiliary equipment. removed for full access. Captive latches on The standard 135-gal. (511 L) fuel capacity on the ML EX V Series provides extend- the tower support and outriggers eliminate ed operation with less service expense and the potential for lost pins. Optional inside the trailer-integrated fluid containment sys- lamp storage for both four and six light modtem means the unit is environmentally els allows for better security of the SHO lamp fixtures when the lighting system is not friendly. being used. More and Better Light For more information, call 800/562-1373 By utilizing Allmand’s SHO-HD 1,250- or visit www.allmand.com.
The Chicago Pneumatic CPS 750 JD7 Tier IVa rotary screw, portable compressor generates 750 CFM of air at 100 psi.
The Chicago Pneumatic CPS 750 JD7 Tier IVa rotary screw, portable compressor generates 750 CFM of air at 100 psi. Powered by a 200 hp (149 kW) John Deere six-cylinder diesel engine, the CPS 750 JD7 is Tier IVa compliant and designed for heavy-duty construction environments. The CPS 750 JD7 Tier IVa utilizes a new and improved air end with an advanced rotor profile. This air end has been engineered to reduce the horsepower required to produce the 750 CFM, resulting in better fuel efficiency. The air pressure is adjustable from 58 psi up to 100 psi. The John Deere engine uses exhaust gas recirculation technology to reduce NOx emissions. The exhaust gases are cooled and reintroduced to the engine cylinders, resulting in lower peak combustion temperature, reducing NOx formation. A particulate filter is then used to remove the increased amount of particulate matter in order to meet the new Tier IVa emission standards. The electronically controlled, water-
cooled engine, variable speed fan and new Chicago Pneumatic air end reduces fuel consumption to 8.2 gal. (31 L) per hour at 100 percent load — a significant reduction in fuel consumption. In addition, with the 78gal. (295 L) fuel capacity the operator gets more than a full 8-hour day at full load. The new CPS 750 JD7 Tier IVa fits cleanly into a single-axle, fast-track enclosure. This new sound-dampening enclosure is more compact than competitively sized compressor packages, according to the manufacturer. The CPS 750 JD7 Tier IVa features an A-frame drawbar, surge hydraulic brakes and torsion bar suspension, which provides durability, stability and optimal road performance when in tow. The CPS also is available in a support-mounted configuration. The steel, gull-wing enclosures also provide easy access to the engine and all service points, so routine maintenance can be completed quickly and conveniently. For more information, visit www.cp.com.
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Atlas Copco’s QAS 150 Designed for Extreme Conditions The Atlas Copco Construction Equipment QAS 150 portable generator is designed for extreme weather conditions. Enclosed in a zincor-coated steel canopy and skid-mounted on a standard, sealed, spillage-free frame, the generator features a 6-cylinder John Deere Tier 4A diesel engine with 169 hp (126 kW) at 1,800 rpm. The Atlas Copco QAS 150 generator offers 125 kW/155 kVA of rated standby power and 112 kW/140 kVA of rated prime power. The unit’s sound pressure level at 23 ft. (7 m) at 75-percent load is rated at 71 db (A). With a 223-gal. (844 L) capacity fuel tank, the QAS 150’s fuel consumption at 75-percent load is 7 gal./hr. (26.5 L). The QAS 150 generator is designed for ease of maintenance and service. A comprehensive instrument panel enables all key operating functions to be viewed without opening the control panel door, and analog gauges provide at-a-glance monitoring. The machine is engineered for 500-hour service intervals and has been manufactured in accordance with ISO 9001 quality assurance regulations, according to the manufacturer. The skid-mounted version measures 133 in. long, 76 in. high, 47 in. wide (338 by 193 by 119 cm) and weighs 7,484 lbs. (3,394 kg). The trailer style measures 191 in. long, 92 in. high, 84 in. wide (485 by 233 by 213 cm) and weighs 8,541 lbs. (3,874 kg). For more information, call 800/732-6762 or visit www.atlascopco.us.
The Atlas Copco QAS 150 generator offers 125 kW/155 kVA of rated standby power and 112 kW/140 kVA of rated prime power.
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New Holland Introduces 200 Series Line of Skid Steers
The New Holland L218, L220, L223, L225 and L230 skid steer loaders feature the vertical lift super boom design. These machines can load material to the center of trucks, finishing jobs faster.
New Holland Construction has introduced seven skid steer loaders — the new 200 Series. The new skid steers culminate five years of customer research, design and engineering improvements. “New Holland skid steers are built around our customers’ needs. Our engineers used input from hundreds of customers to design the new 200 Series line-up,” said Dave December, marketing manager at New Holland Construction. “The New Holland skid steer loaders have been engineered from the ground up. No matter what your line of work, construction, landscaping or agriculture, you’ll work faster, smarter and more profitably with our new skid steers.” The New Holland L218, L220, L223, L225 and L230 skid steer loaders feature the vertical lift super boom design, delivering enhanced forward dump height and reach. “With our new Super Boom loader arm, New Holland skid steer loaders deliver superior lift and reach,” December said. They can load material to the center of trucks, finishing jobs faster.” The 53-degree dump angle on the 200 Series skid steer loaders lets operators empty the bucket faster, increasing cycle times and productivity, according to the manufacturer. see NEW HOLLAND page 70
New Holland’s 200 Series skid steer and compact line-up includes seven skid steer models and three compact track loader models. The new L220 skid steer (shown here) is rated at 57 hp (42 kW), with an operating weight of 6,400 lbs. (2,900 kg).
The Difference is in the D-tails. You asked. We delivered. Our D-Series Skid Steers are loaded with customer-recommended enhancements, like larger operator stations, quiet pressurized cabs with best-in-class visibility, and curved-glass swing-out doors. D-Series innovations include an exclusive cooling system with available hydraulically driven variable-speed fan that reverses to clear core-clogging buildup. Plus options such as electrohydraulic joysticks, variable boom and bucket speed settings, and more than 100 attachments to let you take on more tasks. Packed full of best-in-class productivity and uptime-enhancing features, the D-Series are destined to become owner and operator favorites. Ask for a demo today.
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Portable Screen Telsmith offers an array of inclined and horizontal portable screening plants that have been designed to meet the variety of challenges encountered in different applications. Whether you need the ruggedness required when scalping large stone, to the finesse necessary for finish sizing, Telsmith has an efficient portable solution to meet your site needs.
Model TJ3258 - Jaw Crusher Designed around the Telsmith 3258 hydraulic jaw crusher, the TJ3258 is specifically designed to deliver high production while processing hard, abrasive stone. With a large crusher gape and width, the 3258 processes larger feed and has greater crushing capacity than competitive models. The 3258 jaw also incorporates unique hydraulic features proven to reduce maintenance and downtime to an absolute minimum: • Hydraulic Adjustment: reduces maintenance through simple, fast push button controls. • Hydraulic Relief: lowers operating costs through tramp metal overload protection. • Hydraulic Chamber Clearing: safely clears the crusher in minutes for increased uptime.
Model TI6060 - Impact Crusher Featuring the heavy duty Telsmith PA6060 Primary Impact Crusher, this plant is engineered for maximum productivity while processing less abrasive quarried stone or concrete recycle. Capable of receiving 40” stone or 58" wide concrete slabs, the PA6060 has proven to be a dependable, low cost producer. Advanced hydraulic features built into the PA6060 reduce maintenance and downtime providing increased production: • Hydraulic Apron Adjustment: reduces maintenance through simple, fast push button controls. • Hydraulic Relief: lowers operating costs through tramp metal overload protection. • Hydraulic Tilt Feed Plate: safely clears bridging in minutes for greater uptime.
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Crushers should operate for decades. With that standard in mind, Telsmith designs, manufactures and services a range of jaw, cone and impact crushers as well as single-deck to quad-deck screens.
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SANY America Named 2012 Global Impact Awards Finalist The Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce named Sany America a finalist in the Foreign Direct Investment category of the 2012 Global Impact Awards. Each year, the Metro Atlanta Chamber recognizes international companies making significant contributions to the local community and economy. Over the past five years, Sany America has invested more than $60 million in Georgia and currently employs more than 120 people. Last year, SANY announced its intention to build a new $25 million R&D facility alongside the company’s 400,000 sq. ft. corporate headquarters in Peachtree City, Ga. The new R&D site will employ roughly 300 hydraulic and mechanical engineers focusing on systems research. “We find tremendous value in the local community here in metro Atlanta,” said Kyle Nape, vice president of global sales and marketing, after receiving the finalist recognition plaque at a ceremony in the city. “The community in Peachtree City has welcomed us with open arms, and we feel privileged to call the Atlanta area our home.” SANY America is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SANY Heavy Industry, China’s largest construction equipment manufacturer. Last year, SANY entered the Financial Times Global 500 list and in May 2012, the company finalized its purchase of Putzmeister, the leading global concrete pump manufacturer.
Kyle Nape (L), vice president of global sales and marketing, with Greg Trainer, vice president of crawler cranes.
Wright Express Releases Monthly Construction Fuel Index Wright Express Corporation, a global provider of value-based business payment processing and information management solutions, in collaboration with IHS, a global source of information and analytics, released results of its Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index (FCI), which indicated an increase of 3.5 percent in March versus its level the previous year. The Wright Express Construction FCI measures national fuel consumption statistics for the construction industry, which provides an accurate and up-to-date indication of construction activity in the United States. The construction segment comprises approximately 20 percent of the Wright Express portfolio of customers. “The results of the March 2012 Fuel Consumption Index indicates increased fueling activity in the construction sector, which typically accompanies an improvement in U.S. construction activity,” said Michael Dubyak, chairman and chief executive officer of Wright Express. “It is encouraging to see a positive uptick for March following the negative year-over-year metrics witnessed for the previous three months.” Wright Express worked with IHS to capture and analyze transaction data from its
…the strong growth in March marks the largest month-over-month gain in fuel consumption for the seasonally-adjusted index since the creation of the FCI. closed loop network of more than 180,000 fuel and vehicle maintenance locations, including more than 90 percent of the domestic retail fuel locations and 45,000 vehicle maintenance locations. With this data, the Wright Express Construction FCI can be used to identify emerging trends within the construction industry and the national economy. The indicators were tested at monthly, quarterly and annual frequencies, with the greatest insights produced using the yearover-year percent change of the monthly data. For March 2012, the Wright Express Construction FCI reported that fuel consumption by U.S. construction companies increased by 3.5 percent versus March 2011 and increased by 3.8 percent versus the pre-
vious month. The Wright Express Construction FCI, is available monthly in advance of the U.S. Census Bureau figures on construction spending. March 2012 Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index (FCI) According to the Wright Express Construction FCI, the strong growth in March marks the largest month-over-month gain in fuel consumption for the seasonallyadjusted index since the creation of the FCI. Other recently released construction data has been less positive as the unusually warm winter weather boost faded and the industry lost 7,000 jobs in March and 6,000 in
February. Additionally, real spending on infrastructure is likely to remain on a downward trend through next year, given the budgetary problems confronting state and local government. IHS Analysis According to the IHS analysis, after three years of depressed construction, the inventory of new housing is beginning to tighten. New home sales declined by 1.6 percent in February, but inventory continues to shrink, which is good news since builders will have to replenish stocks by ramping up starts once demand rebounds. Housing starts were down in February, but were still at their third-highest level since October 2008. Meanwhile, housing permits rose 5.1 percent in February to a 717,000 annual rate, which is the highest level since October 2008. The pickup in permits in February is a good sign for future homebuilding activity. 2012 should be a better year for housing than 2011. Pent-up demand for housing is building as young adults stay at home, and at some point will spark a revival in housing activity. For more information, visit www.wrightexpress.com/fci.
SECTION Pavement Preservation Helps Contractor Meet Challenges Pages 51-63
By Peirre Peltier SPECIAL TO CEG
Slurry Seal. “This wasn’t going to be a terribly profitable job, but it was unique and historic.”
When Intermountain Slurry Seal, a division of Granite Construction Inc., submitted its bid in 2009 to repair more than 430,000 sq. yds. (359,535 sq. yds.) of roads and parking lots along the Grand Canyon’s North Rim, the company knew the job would come with challenges. The magnitude of those challenges, however, wasn’t known until after the bid was accepted. The significant changes in the job parameters, a heavy snow, forest fires and unique environmental and federal regulations caused Intermountain Slurry Seal to get creative. The flexible nature of pavement preservation processes, especially as they compare to other methods of paving such as mill and fill, allowed the company to suggest alternative treatment combinations. It reduced costs, sped up the work and patched more area to meet the original expectations and overall budget, ultimately leading to it receiving the 2011 President’s Award from the International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA). The remote road system leading from Jacob’s Lake, Ariz., to the North Rim Lodge had deteriorated to a point that the Federal Highway Association’s (FHWA) Central Federal Lands (CFL) Highway Division opted to use ARRA (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act) funds to repair them. No one knew exactly how long it had been since the roads and parking areas had received any real maintenance, but longtime staff members at the park estimate that no major work had been done for at least 15 years — and up to 25 years in some places. The area was 80 to 100 mi. (129 to 161 km) away from aggregate sources and viable lodging for contractors. The high altitude (greater than 8,000 ft. [2,438 m]) created a short season to complete the job. The fact that it was a national park meant there were unique environmental stipulations. And because it was an ARRA job, there were additional federal stipulations and collateral paperwork involved. “But, we were excited. We often do the same things day in and day out,” said Nathan Niemann, project manager of Intermountain
Changing the Game The original Grand Canyon National Park Pavement Preservation-North Rim project outline called primarily for chip sealing on all of the main roadways, micro surfacing for smaller roads and parking lots and some Type 1 and Type 2 flexible patching. Much of the asphalt surface within the park was originally multi-lift chip seal. And with the exception of Route 14 (the main park entrance road) and some patched areas on other routes, chip seal was still the functioning surface. Intermountain Slurry Seal was scheduled to begin work in April 2010 so it could be completed before the height of the tourist season. What the contractor didn’t know was that between bidding and the start of the project, the parameters for the job had drastically changed. In addition, a heavy-snow year at the North Rim pushed the job’s starting date back by almost a month. “Because of the heavy snow, the roads weren’t cleared until May 15 for us to get on site,” said Niemann. “When we got there, we realized the project owner had added six times the patching quantities over the original bid amounts.” Niemann explained that in addition to the roads being in worse shape overall than anyone anticipated, a forest fire occurred after the bidding closed and further damaged roads to a point that more work was needed over and above the original bid parameters. “We realized then that the project was going to not only push us into the busiest weeks of the season, but it would also be a challenge to complete before the weather started to cool off. There was going to be a very narrow work window for the chip sealing and micro surfacing,” said Niemann. A good contractor can roll with changes and make suggestions for better alternatives. Once it was on site, but before it started the North Rim patching work, Intermountain Slurry Seal recognized that Type 1 and Type 2 patching were in excess of what was needed in many areas to effectively repair the surfaces. Type 1 patching requires removal of
Narrow roads had to be closed and the chip sealing application modified in order to cover the full width of the road in one pass.
12 in. (30.5 cm) of material, replacing it with 6 in. (15 cm) of base and two 3-in. (7.6 cm) lifts of hot mix asphalt (HMA). Type 2 patching removes 6 in. of material and replaces it with two 3-in. lifts of HMA. But at the North Rim, most areas of the existing surface had only 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) of asphalt. “It didn’t make sense to put in a 6-inch deep patch,” Niemann said. “So because of the projected overrun of patching, we proposed to do Type 3 patching which would require removal and replacement of only 3 inches.” The Park Service agreed, and patching commenced from June through the end of July. “The additional 2,117 square yards of patching added 20 days to our schedule, which was already behind because of the snow,” added Niemann. The Challenges Grow With the completion of the patching at July’s end, the micro surfacing had to be finished by the end of August, with chip sealing to follow. Niemann explained that had Intermountain Slurry Seal applied the micro surfacing and chip sealing concurrently, it could have expedited the process, but the practice also would have severely impacted tourists’ access to the park during its busiest month. “We chose to run a more linear schedule
to reduce the impact on the park and its visitors,” he said. Micro surfacing was planned for a total of 43 parking- and camping-related surfaces. Scheduling was critical, and Intermountain Slurry Seal posted pre-notification for each area seven days in advance. “On average, it took three days to clear a parking lot, and we had to get creative on occasion,” Niemann said. For instance, up to 20 percent of the park’s visitors did not speak or read English, which caused some confusion. In addition, backcountry campers often left their cars parked for days at a time, and several did not see notification about the micro surfacing. “On one occasion, we had to send someone on horseback to locate the campers and get their car keys so we could move their vehicle,” Niemann recalled. “But, we did not have to tow a single car.” Adding to the difficulties was the fact that because of trees and obstacles, many camping areas, including 87 campground stalls, could not accommodate equipment. In many of the parking areas, the rock curbing is considered to be a National Historic Landmark. To avoid asphalt emulsion splash or damage in these locations, Intermountain Slurry Seal handled almost 25 percent of the total micro surfacing for the project by hand. see PRESERVATION page 56
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Dynapac Unveils Fifth Generation Volvo to Offer of CA Single Drum Vibratory Rollers Wedge-Lock Asphalt Screed Update
Dynapac’s new CA6000 single-drum vibratory roller.
Dynapac USA has introduced four new models of its CAseries single drum vibratory rollers. The CA5000, CA5500, CA6000 and CA6500 have been equipped with a number of enhancements over previous models, including optimized drum amplitude, automatic bouncing control and an overall design that makes it easier to service the equipment. Compaction is delivered by the new models utilizing drum amplitude of .083 in. (.2 cm.) This increased force allows rock fill to be compacted in layers almost 9 ft. (2.7 m) thick with rock sizes up to 3 ft. (.9 m) in diameter. It also requires fewer passes to reach compaction specifications. Automatic bouncing control measures feedback from the drum and eliminates drum bouncing or over compacting. This new feature improves compaction performance while extending the useful life of the equipment by eliminating drum doublejump, which could lead to premature failure of machine components, according to the manufacturer. The CA6000D model also features a governor to avoid compacting at a too high a speed. A full package of design features enhances the serviceability of all models. The new cross-mounted engine not only offers easy access for service and maintenance, it also provides enhanced weight distribution and reduces overall machine length. The hydraulic pumps, arranged in line with the engine, are easily accessed for servicing. Another key new feature is the “ECO mode” fuel conservation system that minimizes fuel consumption as well as carbon dioxide emissions by ensuring that the roller does not consume more power than needed at any given time. The new models also give attention to enhanced safety features with electronic drive control, which provides a “quick brake” function and a tilt
indicator. Dynapac’s anti-spin traction system ensures consistent on-the-go traction and gradeability. The combustion air intake is placed on the engine hood with the outlet running down the sides, thereby keeping the inlet air as clean as possible. When combined with the ejector exhaust outlet, this placement also serves to minimize noise levels. The new CA rollers have static linear loads of 280 pounds per linear inch (pli) on the CA5000, 310 pli on the CA5500, 335 pli on the CA6000 and 365 pli on the CA6500. All four models are equipped with interim Tier IV engines from Deutz, and can use a mix of biodiesel and regular diesel fuel. Optional features on the new rollers include • Service interval alert on instrument panel indicates when a particular service is required • Sustainability package: an rpm management system, biodegradable fill-for-life hydraulic fluid, 50 hours service kit, electrical engine block heater and working lights with LED lamps (CA6000D only.) • Air-conditioned cabs with spin-around seat and steering module, offering movement of up to 180 degrees without stressing neck or body. Spin-around seats also are available as a standalone option, without the cab. • Productivity software, including Dynapac CompBase, providing task planning, execution and analysis, and CostCtrl webbased software for life-cycle cost control and increased machine availability. The new CA rollers are available in standard models with a choice of specifications and available options allowing customers to “build” their own machines, or choose from a number of pre-defined packages. For more information, visit www.dynapac.us.
Volvo Construction Equipment has entered into a strategic alliance with Carlson Paving Products in an effort to further serve asphalt paving market needs and offer additional screed options for Volvo pavers. Through the agreement, the Wedge-Lock screed will undergo design updates along with manufacturing and field support by Carlson Paving Products. The screeds will be sold exclusively through Volvo dealers in North America. In addition, an OEM supplier agreement between Volvo Construction Equipment and Carlson Paving Products now makes the existing line of Carlson EZ highway class screeds available on new Volvo asphalt pavers and through Volvo dealers in North America. Included in the agreement are the 8- and 10-ft. (2.4 and 3 m) EZIII and EZIV Series screeds, which can be factory-installed on Volvo pavers. Carlson Paving Products will be responsible for field support of the EZ screeds. The Wedge-Lock screed is designed for use with Volvo 6000 Series asphalt pavers. The electrically heated self-contained vibratory screed will pave a basic 10-ft. wide asphalt mat with crowning capability at the mid-point. Power Crown is standard on the Wedge-Lock and adjusts from a 3-in. (7.6 cm) positive crown to a 0.75-in. (1.9 cm) negative crown. The paving screed is available in two basic configurations — a standard screed and a screed with 3/6 hydraulic extensions. The basic screed and all optional extensions are equipped with bolt-on replaceable, abrasion-resistant, 0.5-in. (1.3 cm) screed plates. All heating elements also are easily removable without requiring removal of the screed plate. The electric-heated screed incorporates advanceddesign heating elements positioned in direct contact with the upper surface of the main screed plate to deliver even, controllable heat. Service-friendly design allows heating elements to be replaced without dropping the screed plate. Control consoles on each section of the main screed provide effortless electrical switching control for extension, retraction, crown and slope. The consoles also allow for auger/conveyor speed range and on/off override. Crew comfort is assured with new features, including conveniently located cup holders and lockable storage trays. Fully adjustable end gates have been updated on the new paving screed to allow for better joint control. An option also is now available for heated end plates on the Wedge-Lock screed. The Wedge-Lock screed with 3/6 extensions has two options — a round nose or mini-shoe screed plate. The round nose screed plate is 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) wide and uses curved strike-offs. The mini-show screed plate is 6.25 in. (15.8 cm) wide and uses flat strike-offs. The new Wedge-Lock screeds will be manufactured by Carlson Paving Products at its production facility in Tacoma, Wash.
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Elder Ag and Turf East Palestine, OH 330-426-2166
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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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Flexibility Helps Paving Challenges in Grand Canyon National Park Project PRESERVATION from page 51 ning. • Emulsion was shipped from Tucson, Ariz., and required Chip sealing began at the end of August, which also ushered in monsoon season for the park. By this time, morning the crew to place orders two days in advance. • The terrain also contributed to the biggest project risks: temperatures were too cool for the chip sealing process, and Niemann said on most days work could not begin until 9:00 limited-sight distance, sharp curves, narrow roadways and steep drop offs directly adjacent to the roadway. or 10:00 a.m. • Material for chip sealing on federal projects is subject to Although the initial bid indicated 430,000 sq. yds. of chip sealing, Intermountain Slurry Seal worked with the CFL and the Park Service to modify that amount to just over 390,000 sq. yds. (326,090 sq m). “Because of the extra patching, we reduced the quantity of chip sealing to offset the cost. Cape Royal [Route 13] is 19.5 miles long, but because it was due to have reconstruction done in the next five years, we eliminated the chip sealing on the last seven miles of it,” said Niemann. Like the other processes preceding it, the chip sealing required modification to the original plans, as well as ongoing good communication with the Park Service. For instance, the project plans for the bid indicated that the roads were 22 to 24 ft. (6.7 to 7.3 m) wide. All of the scenic drives, however, are only 18 to 20 ft. (5.5 to 6 m) wide — con- The flexibility of pavement preservation processes, such as sisting of winding, mountainous roads. micro surfacing, provides contractors the option to use alterIntermountain Slurry Seal requested road closures native treatment combinations when job parameters change. for safety. Although the Park Service preferred not to close roads, management realized it was the only way to quality acceptance testing, which was required every 20,000 keep the public and Intermountain Slurry Seal’s employees sq. yds. (16,722 sq m). This equated to 20 samples that were collected, split and processed daily during the chip sealing safe. The road closures added tremendous pressure to keep the process. • There was limited availability of adequate or approved schedule, which had to be published a month in advance of the work and only allowed three days to complete each staging areas and multiple forest fires caused the crew to closed road. In addition, the narrow roads required a modi- consistently relocate its micro surfacing stockyard and fied method for chip sealing application. All of the dump equipment, which then required retesting of material. • Foot traffic in the parking areas was a consistent probtrucks ran in a group from the site to the stockyard in order to cover the full width of the road in one pass. Niemann lem. explained this was because there was no way to allow the A Job Well Done trucks to pass around the chipper without moving it off the Niemann said the care taken to meet every challenge paid road, which would have been impossible because of the mountainous terrain and environmental requirements stipu- off in several ways. When the project was complete and all of the paperwork finalized, a federal ARRA audit rated the lated by the Park Service. “The Park Service also required us to pick up excess chips job at an A-. “For all that we had to work with — the stipulations, addiand take them to our designated disposal site, rather than sweep them to the side, which is typical for chip sealing,” tional work, weather and visitors — it went very well,” he said. “We all had our preferences as to what we wanted done Niemann said. This requirement is stipulated on all National Park jobs and how we wanted it done, but everyone was willing to because the chip material is typically not native to the area. work together and find the best solutions. And, the different “But in general, the parks like to use these processes pavement preservation processes available allowed us to be because chip sealing and slurry and micro surfacing are very flexible.” Ultimately, Niemann said, “With everything we went environmentally friendly,” Niemann adds. through, to receive the grade we did from the ARRA audit, and to be recognized by ISSA with the President’s Award for Quirky Considerations The fact that this project was a FHWA CFL project in con- 2011 — it was really rewarding. We were never notified of junction with the National Park Service, funded by ARRA, any complaints and when we were finished and visitors coupled with its remote, mountainous and historic location, pulled in, the park had something to be proud of.” Pierre Peltier, a 30-year pavement preservation industry created some additional challenges: • Crew lodging was not available near the park, so veteran, is the president of the International Slurry Surfacing Intermountain Slurry Seal crews had up to three hours of Association (ISSA) and general manager of marketing and business development at Terry Asphalt Materials Inc. To travel time to the job site each day. • Radio and cell phone communications in the park were contact him, call 615/630-2315, email ppeltier@terryaslimited due to the terrain, putting added emphasis on plan- phalt.com or visit ISSA’s Web site at www.slurry.org.
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1995 Blaw Knox PF 200B Paver, Omni IIIA screed 10-18 ft, power crown & slope, onboard generator, John Deere diesel engine
1993 Polar Distributor Tanker, 7000 gallon tanker, NO heat, insulated, steel barrel tank with aluminum overlay, pumps off front or rear
1984 Etnyre K Chip Spreader, 10 ft spread hopper, 5 spd manual transmission
2005 Midland SPD-8 Road Widener, 8 ft widening, dual discharge, Hydrostatic drive, 2-3 ft hyd ext
2002 Ingersoll Rand DD24 Roller, double drum 47” vibratory roller, Kubota diesel engine, OROPS, water system, scrapers
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• The Minnesota Department of Transportation for a 16.7-mi. (26.8 km) section of U.S. Trunk Highway 71 in Stearns and Todd Counties • The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for a 2.7-mi. (4.3 km) section of state Route 210 in Armstrong County A perpetual pavement is constructed so that distress occurs in the top layer only. The only rehabilitation required is the removal of the distressed surface layer and resurfacing with an asphalt overlay. Using current pavement technologies this can be done on an infrequent basis — every 15 to 20 years. The reclaimed material is then recycled, making perpetual pavement the ultimate in sustainable design and construction. Each of the winners will receive an engraved crystal obelisk, and their names and the names of the projects will be added to a permanent plaque that is kept at NCAT. Eighty pavements have received the Perpetual Pavement Award since the awards program began in 2001. For more information, visit www.asphaltroads.org.
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Designed with comfort and productivity in mind, the Bomag BW138AD-5 tandem vibratory roller features dual travel levers, a foldable ROPS and larger drum diameter for enhanced asphalt compaction performance. Powered by a Tier IVi 44.6 hp (33.2 kW), water-cooled Kubota diesel engine, the BW138AD-5 delivers a maximum centrifugal force of 10,800 lbs. Offering a working width of 54.3 in. (138 cm), the roller includes larger 35.4 in. (90 cm) diameter drums and provides dual vibration frequencies of 3,480 or 2,820 vpm for more efficient compaction and better surface quality results. Additionally, the roller’s bolt-on oscillating and articulating joint improves maneuverability by allowing the rear drum to follow the same path as the front drum while turning. A suspended and vibration-isolated operator’s platform includes a fully adjustable seat for added comfort, while allowing clear visibility of the drums. Operator efficiency is enhanced with multifunctional dual travel levers and smart drive steering wheel that provides more working room and a full view of all machine controls. The BW138AD-5 is equipped with a pressure water sprinkler system that includes
a high-capacity 81.9-gal. (310 L) water tank for extended operation intervals between refills. Filtered spray nozzles and automatic interval sprinkler control contribute to water savings, while solid windscreens ensure that the drums receive sufficient coverage even in windy conditions. Flexible, spring-actuated scrapers further contribute to optimum water distribution. Requiring no daily grease points, the roller is very easy to maintain. Its durable composite hood allows efficient access to the engine, while modern circular instrumentation on the dashboard includes warning signals, an hour meter and a fuel level indicator. Accessible lashing rings, a single lifting point and integrated towing hook combine to make transport easy and reduce unloading times. Standard safety features on the BW138AD-5 include foldable ROPS with seat belt, back-up alarm, emergency stop button, and front and rear working lights for night operation. The roller’s engine hood and instrument panel also are lockable to protect against vandalism. For more information, call 800/782-6624 or visit www.gobomag.com/asphalt-rollers.
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Volvo Wheel Loaders Put to Good Use By Lipinski Logging MILLING from page 28
day — and expanding,” said Filipiak. Lipinski Logging is outputting 400,000 board ft. per week. Lipinski said he has the capacity to handle 1,000,000 board ft. per week and he plans to hit that production figure inside the next two years. The key to getting there is buying the right timber and producing high-end, quality products that customers demand. When buying timber, Lipinski makes sure the company does it right. That means paying property owners fairly for their standing timber. It also means employing select cutting, which involves cutting only the trees that are ready to yield a higher volume of useable board feet. Clear cutting involves cutting everything and anything down — but this method is wasteful and harmful to future cultivation. A 14 in. (35.6 cm) diameter tree produces 48 board ft. In about 15 years’ time the 14 in. tree will now be an 18 in. (45.7 cm) diameter tree, but will produce approximately 100 board ft., doubling the output and clearly providing much greater value for those that selectively wait. A Rift That Separates From the Rest Something that effectively separates Lipinski Logging from most mills is that they produce rift and quartered lumber. The process is becoming rarer in the industry because certain rift techniques mills use tend to produce a lot of waste scrap to achieve the desired result, which are boards with straight, up and down wood grain. This grain orientation is preferred because after production the board doesn’t shrink or warp as much as regular cut lumber or even quarter sawn lumber. For this reason rift and quartered wood is preferred as a premium for products such as hardwood flooring. “We’ve got a technique that makes producing this cut cost effective during production,” explained Lipinski. “These logs weigh a lot, but we’ve found a way to use the hydraulics of the milling machines and a precision technique with the saw blade to make this very effective with far less waste.” A Loaded 96-Hour Week There is a beehive of activity taking place at the mills —18 hours a day during the week and into Saturdays. The Volvo loaders help them keep production on pace. The L50F loaders are all over the grounds. Some are using grapples to pick up the whole, unprocessed logs. They carry them over to the debarking machine, where the logs begin their journey through the mill, first getting
sliced up by the main, 5-ft. (1.5 m) diameter saw. The loaders are also busy loading sawdust, mulch and of course Pennsylvania snow that gets in the way. “These loaders really are ideal for this application,” added Filipiak. “They run quiet so operators can talk to people on the ground without shutting down the engine. And the hydrostatic drive ensures that the machines only go so fast. This prevents operators from unnecessarily beating up on the machines.” Filipiak knows the product well through his 35 years in the equipment business, the last 25 with Rudd Equipment. Rudd has been calling on Lipinski pretty much since he opened for business in 1997. “I work with Ron and Tom at Rudd because they take care of me,” said Lipinski. “Certainly equipment, service whenever I need it and just the ‘whatever it takes’ attitude that I need. I trust they will be there for me and they are.” Lipinski estimates that 80 percent of his business comes from under a dozen key customers. “People always say, ‘don’t put all your eggs in one basket’ but, if it’s a good basket…,” said Lipinski. “Our customers stick with us because of customer service and the fact that we are the only ones that can provide them with the consistent volume of product that they require. That requires running the hours that we do.”
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Volvo CE Confident of Sustained Recovery Volvo CE President and Chief Executive Pat Olney has used a press conference in Miami to confirm his belief that the recovery in the North American construction equipment market is gathering momentum. His comments to a group of leading Americas business journalists attending an event on sustainability during the Miami stoppover of the Volvo Ocean Race came shortly after the company posted a spectacular 111 percent uptick in North American revenues in the first quarter of 2012. “Demand for construction equipment in North America jumped 35 percent during the first three months of the year,” Olney stated. “This shows us that the recovery that began last year is gathering pace and that our earlier forecast of a 15 to 25 percent year-on-year improvement for 2012 is attainable.” Volvo CE’s North American performance during the quarter helped the company to a 17 percent increase in global net sales and to post record levels of profitability for a first quarter. Olney used the press event, held on May 17, to emphasize the company’s commitment to the environment and sustainability. He drew journalists’ attention to Volvo CE’s Stage IIIB/Tier IVi emissions compliant range of engine systems — and highlighted the more than 60 new fuel-efficient products that are being introduced to the global range in 2012. These products form part of the most fundamental overhaul ever of the company’s product portfolio — and will go some way to helping Volvo CE achieve its WWF Climate Savers commitment of reducing CO2 emissions from its machines
sold between 2009 and 2014 by 16.5 million tons. “Volvo Construction Equipment is in a good position to capitalize on improving market conditions in North America,” said Olney. “We are outperforming the market conditions by offering a young fleet of innovative products tailored to meet the needs of specific customer groups, combined with a strong and loyal distribution network and a substantial investment program. Confidence in American Market As previously announced Volvo CE is spending $100 million in a product and manufacturing expansion program at its North American facilities. The latter investment will see its facility in Shippensburg, Pa., expanded to accommodate production of Volvo wheel loaders, excavators and articulated haulers — adding 16 new machines to the 50 road machinery products already produced at the plant. A worldclass customer and demonstration center also will be built in Shippensburg “After a protracted downturn we have every confidence that the North American market is well on the road to recovery,” Olney stated. “We are continuing to invest throughout the business cycle in our people, our production facilities and distribution networks. With a technologically advanced fleet of innovative — and award winning — products, we have made a strong commitment to the Americas and regard it as a home market for the company.” For more information, visit www.volvo.com.
Caterpillar Plans $37M Visitors Center By Scott Hilyard (PEORIA) JOURNAL STAR
PEORIA, Ill. (AP) The $37 million Caterpillar Visitors Center is on schedule to open the same day as its nextdoor neighbor, the $100 million Peoria Riverfront Museum. Save the date. It’s Oct. 20, 2012. With a world-class hotel tied in with the expanded space at the Peoria Civic Center and the two new shiny metaland-glass buildings that fill up Museum Square, “Peoria has some extremely positive things to talk about for residents and for people who come to visit,” said Jim Baumgartner, director of public affairs of Caterpillar Inc. Baumgartner and company spokeswoman Kathryn Spitznagle led a tour through the center May 2. The tour required safety glasses, hard hats, close-toed shoes and a lot of imagination. While it is 60 percent complete, the building now more resembles a construction zone than the company’s future global showcase for its heritage, products and services. Buckets of paint are clustered on unfinished floors. Sheets of gypsum
“Peoria has some extremely positive things to talk about for residents and for people who come to visit.” Jim Baumgartner Caterpillar
board are stacked against unpainted walls. The building currently is lit by sunshine and construction lamps attached to electrical cords that hang temporarily beneath unfinished ceilings and exposed HVAC duct work. But the spaces are taking shape. The center will have exhibits and features that represent all facets of the Caterpillar experience; product development and design; a heritage gallery;
a tribute to workers around the world; a theater inside a life-size replica of a two-story tall, 380-ton 797 mining truck; and a makeup of an actual construction site with at least 10 Caterpillar tractors and machines on display. A construction trailer will hold several simulators of Caterpillar products that visitors will be able to operate. An expanded Caterpillar merchandise store welcomes visitors at the front of the building. The top floor, with the best views of the river, with floor to ceiling windows on the back of the building, will have office space, a conference room and kitchen and dining areas. It will not be accessible to the general public. Baumgartner said the building was designed to be used and seen by a variety of visitors — school groups, Caterpillar dealers and customers and regular folks off the street with an interest in the company, its people and its products. An admission price has not been set and it will include exemptions for dealers, customers and the elderly, Baumgartner said. “We’re all pretty excited about what this has turned into,” he said.
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Terex, United Rentals CEOs to Address IPAF Summit 2013 Ron DeFeo, chairman and CEO of Terex Corporation, will give the keynote address at the IPAF Summit to be held on March 26, 2013, in Miami, Fla. Michael Kneeland, president and CEO of United Rentals, also will speak at the summit. The IPAF Summit will be followed on that evening by the International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs), which are expected to attract more than 400 attendees. These two high-profile speakers are expected to be a major draw for delegates as the joint organizers, Access International and IPAF, hold the well-established summit and IAPAs for the first time in the United States, traditionally seen as the home of the powered access manufactur- Ron DeFeo, chairman and CEO of Terex ing industry. Corporation, will give the keynote address at DeFeo’s keynote address will the IPAF Summit. examine what responsibilities manufacturers and the industry have in DeFeo has more than 20 years of manproviding support and backup to aerial work agement and operating experience within platform equipment throughout the lifecycle Terex. Among other appointments, he also of the machines. His presentation coincides served as a director of United Rentals until with a rising focus on the residual values of June 2005. He has been named to the machinery, seen against the increasing age of Association of Equipment Manufacturers fleets in the United States and Europe. (AEM) Hall of Fame and has served as
solidation and current changes at United Rentals and RSC will provide a rich area for discussion.” The IPAF Summit has built up a tradition of challenging pre-conceptions and providing delegates with valuable take-home messages that contribute toward a professional and safe powered access industry. The full program and speaker line-up will be announced later this year. The Summit is held in English, with simultaneous translation in Spanish and Portuguese. Attendance is free and delegates should register in advance. The IAPAs, jointly organized by Access International and IPAF, celebrate and reward excellence, innovation and best practice in the powered Michael Kneeland, president and CEO of United access industry. Award categories Rentals, will speak at the summit. range from products and projects, to rental companies and after-sales service. Winners and finalists are chairman of the AEM. “We are also delighted to welcome back chosen by a top-level, independent judging Michael Kneeland to the IPAF Summit,” panel. The IPAF Summit and IAPAs 2014 will said IPAF CEO Tim Whiteman. “Michael first addressed the IPAF Summit 2009 in be held in the UK. For more information, visit Dublin, giving valuable strategies for rental companies then fighting the crisis. The con- www.iapa-summit.info.
New Features Increase Machine Stability, Versatility NEW HOLLAND from page 46
The new self-leveling bucket feature on the five models with the super boom design allows attachments to maintain the preset location throughout the lift cycle. “Customers using pallet forks or other attachments to load materials into confined spaces will appreciate the extra work they’ll be able to complete with the self-leveling feature,” December said. For long load and carry operations, the optional glide ride feature on the five New Holland skid steer loader models with the super boom design ensures a smooth ride over rough job sites. These five models are rated from 57 hp (42 kW) to 84 hp (63 kW). The L218 has an operating weight of 5,850 lbs. (2,660 kg) and a bucket breakout force of 5,435 lbs. (24.2 kN). The L230 has an operating weight of 8,300 lbs. (3,765 kg) and a bucket breakout force of 8,585 lbs. (38.2 kN). Two New Radial Lift Models Introduced New Holland also introduced two compact models, the L213 and L215. Each features a radial lift design, providing enhanced digging performance. “Unlike other manufacturers, New Holland outfits its smaller units with a fullsize cab and all the premium features,”
December explained. “This includes air ride seats, heat, air conditioning, glide ride, selfleveling bucket and more. Plus, we beefed up our engines with 20 percent more horsepower than their L Series predecessors.” A heavy-duty, 1,000 cold cranking amp battery also is standard. The L213 is rated at 43 hp (31.8 kW), with a rated operating capacity of 1,300 lbs. (590 kg) and a bucket breakout force of 4,150 lbs. (18.5 kN). The L215 is rated at 49 hp (36.3 kW), with a rated operating capacity of 1,500 lbs. (680 kg) and a bucket breakout force of 4,150 lbs. (18.5 kN). Cab Comfort and Visibility “A comfortable operator is a productive operator,” December said. “Our New Holland 200 Series skid steer loaders provide a superior working environment.” The New Holland cab is equipped with many new features, including: • A keyless start • An ergonomically designed joy stick with all controls • Switchable ISO and H-pattern control options • Full-body heating and air conditioning • A high-intensity lighting package • An ultra-thin screen protection system that provides superior job site visibility • Large rear window • A heated air ride seat option
“New Holland skid steer loaders give operators a 360-degree view of the job site,” December said. “The new rear window provides best-in-class rear visibility. And the new lighting package delivers superior job site visibility.” Stability Stability is an important part of being productive on the job site. The increased wheelbase on the New Holland 200 Series skid steer loaders allows operators to lift and haul more material, increasing productivity. “With the longest wheelbase in the industry, and a low center of gravity, New Holland skid steers are the most stable on the market,” December said. “This design will make even novice operators confident on the job, especially when carrying heavy loads.” New Holland Construction launches seven new skid steer loaders New Holland 200 Series skid steer loaders also feature large, 16- to 25.5-gal. (60.5 to 96.5 L) fuel tanks, allowing operators to work 10 to 12 hours before refueling. Time-Saving Maintenance Daily maintenance on the 200 Series skid steer loaders is quick and easy, so operators can stay on schedule. Regular ground-level maintenance points are grouped together and service can be performed by opening the rear engine compartment and door.
For complete access to major components, the service technician only needs to remove two nuts and washers to tilt the cab forward. There is nothing to disconnect, and no special tools required. The new hydraulic system uses hydraulic oil, extending the service internal to 2,000 hours and significantly reducing the amount of disposed oil. Attachments Increase Versatility New Holland offers more than 50 skid steer loader attachments — including augers, brooms, dozer blades, grapples, hammers, pallet forks and rakes — to handle countless construction, landscaping or agricultural jobs. From material handling, digging, lifting and hammering, to trenching, planing or drilling, operators can count on New Holland attachments to boost their productivity. For customers who frequently change attachments, the new skid steer loaders feature a hydraulic heavy-duty coupler.” The 200 Series skid steer loaders also include proportional auxiliary control as a standard feature on all models. “Equipment operators can count on New Holland skid steers 24/7. They’re bigger, badder and better,” December said. “Plus, customers can count on more than 900 New Holland dealers across North America for sales, service and support.” For more information, visit www.newholland.com/200series.
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Contractors Making Good Time On Interstate Job
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US Highway 61 which runs parallel to I-35E about 1 mi. (1.6 km) to the east. It was formally the main route to Duluth prior to the construction of the freeway and it is a familiar highway to daily commuters and travelers. With a peak work force of nearly140 tradesmen and a dozen or so pieces of heavy equipment at any one time, freeway commuters and travelers have seen a lot activity on and even off the construction site. Once drivers survive the loud and dusty milling part of the project, they can begin to see daily progress because concrete paving equipment can spread more than 1 mi. (1.6 km) of fresh concrete on a daily basis. “And that's the beauty of a project like this. While people are stuck in traffic, they can see at least some progress out there.” said Rich Norgard, chief MnDOT inspector for the project. During on-going concrete paving operations, Norgard estimates 100 trucks drive into and out of the plant site daily to bring concrete to the paving crews. Out on the construction site, concrete crews are now pouring the last several miles of the new northbound lanes. Manned by a dozen or so workers, the Guntert Paver S850 and RexCon Town and Country Placer/Spreader slowly and methodically crawl forward. They cover 6,000 ln ft. (1,830 km) a day to place 5,000 cu. yds. (3,825 cu yd) of 9 in. (23 cm) thick un-bonded concrete on a strip of roadway 28
ft. (9 m) wide. A Cat 350 backhoe is the largest excavator on site with several smaller Cat backhoes on hand and scattered throughout the project. Smaller Bobcats are spreading and grading the shoulder areas. Off site, crews pieced together a portable concrete batch plant just halfway beyond the mid-point of the road work and a short distance from the freeway. There, two huge Cat Dozers are loading sand non-stop onto a conveyor belt of the plant while a Cat grader maintains the access road to the plant area from a local road. At the entrance to the site, flagging operations help control the heavy mix of concrete trucks arriving and leaving the plant site sharing the same road with local traffic. Much of the Class VI road base is recycled along with the fly ash used in the batch plant and comes as a byproduct from coal plants throughout the mid-west. Currently, more than 50 percent of concrete pavement has been placed on the northbound lanes of the interstate while the two new lanes of southbound traffic completed last year carry two way traffic. As construction begins to wind down later this month, regular drivers along this stretch of I-35E should have their road back to all four lanes and just in time for the summer tourist season. They will only be slightly distracted by the on-going guard rail and turf work through the summer months. CEG
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The Thompson compact pump is 35 per cent smaller and 20 percent lighter but offer the same performance as a standard size pump with 24-hour run time fuel tank according to the manufacturer. Available in the most common diesel drive portable pump sizes of 4 and 6 in. (10 and 15 cm), the compact series offers an eco nomical alternative to similar sized portable pumps — significant saving compared to standard 4 and 6 in. com pressor-assisted pumps. Thompson Pump’s compact pump series includes the Enviroprime system — which keeps the pumpage (water and wastewater espe cially) from discharging into the environment The compact series i available with automatic start/stop and Silent Knigh sound attenuation. For more information, call 800/767-7310 or visit www.thompsonpump.com.
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Honda Introduces All-New Spline Terex Woodsman Debuts New Trommel Range Shaft V-Twin Engine Models Honda has introduced spline shaft models of its VTwin general purpose engine. The new spline shaft brings an increased ease of assembly and connection with a more compact design for V-Twin engine users working with hydraulic power pump industrial products. Offered in horizontal engine configurations, the new spline shaft V-Twin engine models will offer construction customers more flexibility to efficiently install engines directly to a variety of diverse applications. The Honda GX630 and GX690 VTwin engines will feature this new shaft; these models are an excellent fit for commercial, rental and turf applications that include pumps, such as vibratory rollers, trenchers and other hydraulic power pump machines, according to the manufacturer. “Our new spline shaft V-Twin models have been designed to offer another engine configuration for construction product manufacturers to easily integrate into their own products,” said Mike Rudolph, senior manager, Honda Engines. “The Honda V-Twin has always been an ideal fit for our customers who require more power, yet require a smaller-sized engine due to space needs.” All Honda V-Twin models feature a 36 blade low noise
resin cooling fan to improve cooling efficiency. Under the multi-faceted styling are technologically-advanced features contributing to the high efficiency and low noise and vibration. Examples of these technologically advanced features are the hemispherical combustion chamber design, higher compression ratio, increased displacement, and steel connecting rods. Additionally, an integrated cylinder and head eliminates the need for a head gasket, which results in increased cooling and higher levels of reliability, according to the manufacturer. Although fuel efficiency is a key attribute of all Honda engines, fuel consumption in the new V-Twin engine is reduced to the levels similar to fuel injected model engines of the same size. This is accomplished through the advanced combustion chamber design and implementation of digital capacitive discharge ignition (CDI) with variable ignition timing, and twin barrel inner-vent carburetion. In addition to high fuel efficiency, the new V-Twin engines meet the current EPA exhaust and evaporative emission regulations without the use of a catalyst. For more information, visit www.honda.com.
Terex Woodsman has launched two new products, the new Terex Woodsman 810 trommel and Terex Woodsman 830 trommel as part of its continuing dynamic product development program. “The Terex Woodsman 810 and Terex Woodsman 830 builds on and complements our current brush chipper and biomass product range. This represents the next step in the evolution of our dynamic product development program. With these additional products we are firmly setting ourselves to meet the needs of not only our existing customers but new customers as well,” said Barry DeLau, global sales and marketing director. The Terex Woodsman 810 is a mid-sized two way split trommel screen designed for quick set up time for high throughput. Key features include a large screen area, four wheel friction drum drive system, load sensing kick-out control system on the feeder conveyor and hydraulic folding onboard conveyors. With low maintenance and ease of operation the Woodsman 810 has been designed to work in a variety of applications; wood chips, top soil, compost and recycling, according to the manufacturer. The Terex Woodsman 830 is the largest model within the Terex Woodsman trommel range. Key features include the largest screen area within the trommel range, a low maintenance four wheel drive friction drum drive system, proportional load sensing on the feeder conveyor helps to eliminate blockages and downtime, and hydraulic folding conveyors. The Woodsman 830 has been designed to work in variety of applications; wood chips, top soil, compost and recycling. For more information, visit www.terexwoodsman.com.
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The Easy Way To Advertise Your Equipment Valued At Less Than $1 Million Run In Two Consecutive Issues For $95, Color Ad $145 BLOW OUT SPECIAL ON HEAVY DUTY WHEEL LOADER GRAPPLES! UP TO 50% OFF! The Strongest Wheel Loader Grapple Available!..Now $4,700 Call 800-705-6605 or 218-863-6444 for more info! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org attachmentsintl.com
2002 Bombardier SW48, 100HP Diesel, 473 Hrs, 2955 Miles, Cab & Heat, Tracks are in Great Shape ...........................................$17,500 763/428-4107 12-13 PK
2002 John Deere 250 Open Station, 1810 Hrs, weight kit, KV0250A351153 ...........$12,500 12-13 PK 763/444-8873
2007 Cat 305CR, 2265 Hrs, s/n HWJ01500, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Hyd. Thumb, Blade ....$41,500 Courts Machinery • 507/678-2752 11-12 PK
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1991 John Deere 300D, S/N 775834, Open ROPS..........................................................$19,000 Call 502/456-4050 Ask for Melissa or Albert 11-12 EB
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2006 Case CX210, s/n DAC213006, 4650 Hours, 18' 8" Boom Arm, 9' 10", Shoe 3-Bar Steel 24", Control Pattern Valve, Dbl Acting Aux Hyd, Cplr ..........................$89,000 11-12 JM Call Mark @ 630-739-7770
2006 Case CX330, s/n N6SAP7025, 5100 Hrs, Cab w/Heat / AC, Boom 21’2”, Arm 13’3”, 31.5” -3Bar Steel Shoes, Control Selector Valve, Kent Coupler .....................................................$137,000 11-12 JM Call Mark @ 630-739-7770
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2009 New Holland L175, Cab w/ Heat & AC, 324 Hrs ..............................................................$24,940 Call Steve Samosky 262-373-2151 11-12 JM
2005 I-R SD45D, 305 Hrs, 54” Smooth Drum, Cummins 80HP Turbo Diesel .....................$28,750 Call Steve Samosky 262-373-2151 11-12 JM
2010 Wacker Neuson 3001, 50 Hrs, 6613# Payload Capacity, 36.6 HP.........................$34,900 Call Steve Samosky 262-373-2151 11-12 JM
2010 Link-Belt 160X2, 435 Hrs, 120HP, Geith Pin Grabber ....................................................$126,700 Call Steve Samosky 262-373-2151 11-12 JM
2010 Gehl 5240E, 453.9 Hrs, Dual Hand Control, Single Speed, New Tires, Engine Block Heater, No Bucket, Stk# 218405 ............................$18,800 11-12 PK Dan Ribbens 515-253-9048
2008 New Holland L180, 1635 Hrs, Cab w/ Heat, 74HP New Holland Diesel ..........................$23,900 Call Steve Samosky 262-373-2151 11-12 JM
2005 Takeuchi TB125, 2230 Hrs, 6165 Lbs. Operating Weight, Dozer Blade..................$20,250 Call Steve Samosky 262-373-2151 11-12 JM
2010 New Holland L185 Skid Steer.........$32,500 & 2002 Towmaster Trailer T-24 Trailer G.V.W.R, 31,240 Lbs, Air Brakes .................................$6,500 Call Gary Mertz 314-895-9500 11-12 JM
Murphy Tractor & Equipment EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Hires New Sales Manager Brent High has joined the Cincinnati, Ohio, branch of Murphy Tractor & Equipment Company Inc., as its new territory sales manager, effective May 29, 2012. In the southwestern portion of Ohio and Northeastern section of Kentucky, he will be responsible for the sale, rental and leasing of all new and used heavy construction equipment, attachments and trailers. Pete Kibby, branch manager, said, “We are very fortunate to have Brent as part of our sales team and I believe his experience in the field will be a great asset for his new position.” Murphy Tractor and Equipment Company Inc., one of John Deere’s largest North American construction equipment dealer organizations, is headquartered in Park City, Kan. The organization has 28 locations throughout the midwestern states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Nebraska. For more information, visit www.murphytractor.com.
PARTS & SERVICE MANAGER WANTED Erb Equipment Company has an opening for Parts & Service Manager for their Evansville, Indiana location. 5+ year industry experience is a definite plus. Email resume to Gregg Erb: email@example.com
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REQUIRED USED MACHINES TO IKRAM ULLAH KHAN & COMPANY | REGULAR REQUIREMENT OF MENTIONED MACHINES. (WE BUY FOR OUR OWN STOCK FROM TIME TO TIME) MARKET MEET MACHINERY: CAT 910, 920, 930, 950, 950B, E & 966D, E AND 966F. CAT GRADER 140G S/N:10, 000 UP. DYNAPAC ROLLERS CA251D, CA262D, CA301D [PAD FOOT TYPE ALSO WORKS] JCB TELEHANDLER 550 YEAR 1999~2005 HITACHI EXCAVATOR EX2001, EX100WD-1, EX60WD-1, UH07-7, UH083 KOMATSU EXCAVATOR PC 2006, -7. IF AVAILABLE ANY TIME CONTACT ME. WWW.IUKCO.COM CONTACT: IKRAM KHAN PHONE: +92-300-2831078 EMAIL: IUKANDCO@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZER D9N AND D9R WITH RIPPER CONTACT: OUFI PHONE: 966 5430185141 FAX: 966 27512024 | EMAIL:ALOUFI01@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GEARINTERNAL | NEED INTERNAL 1 GEAR#448/31105 AND 2 OILSEALS#904/50033 FOR JCB407B-ZX LOADER#0757635, A USED GEAR WOULD WORK TOO. THANKS CONTACT: NORM BLAIS PHONE: 1-705-474-3943 FAX: 1-705-474-8891 | EMAIL:NORM.BLAIS@COGECO.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KAWASAKI LOADERS | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE THE FOLLOWING KAWASAKI WHEEL LOADERS. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE OFFER IT TO ME WITH COMPLETE SET OF PICTURES, YEAR MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND LAST OFFER PRICE. 50Z-V 60Z-V 65Z-IV, 65ZV 70Z-II, 70Z-IV, 70Z-V 80Z-II, 80Z-IV, 80ZV 85Z-II, 85Z-IV, 85Z-V 90Z-II, 90Z-IV, 90ZV 95Z-II, 95Z-IV, 95Z-V CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED 4 IN 1 72 IN BUCKET TO FIT GEHL CTL 170 TRACK LOADER CONTACT: DAVE PHONE: 785-842-9033 EMAIL: FMH1010@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SKID LOADER | LOOKING FOR AN OLDER MODEL SKID LOADER. NEEDS TO HAVE A 4K LBS LIFT RATING CONTACT: MIKE DEMOND PHONE: 775-853-1058 FAX: 775-455-4196 EMAIL:SERVICE@MBCRUSHER.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– RAM SEAL/PISTON | NEED THE LEFT & RIGHT RAM SEAL/ PISTON FOR THE LEFT & RIGHT STOCK PILER... MACHINE EXTEC SCREEN PLANT MODEL # 5000 SERIAL # 5713 YEAR 1997. CONTACT: KURT PHILBERT PHONE: 718-530-5717 EMAIL: K18LANDER2@HOTMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
JOHN DEERE 450 EXCAVATOR | 2005 OR NEWER, 5000 PLUS IN HOURS, 72 INCH BUCKET CONTACT: KEVIN PHONE: 817-379-1340 FAX: 817-379-2734 EMAIL:KEVIN@BREQUIPMENTCO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU PC 400 EXCAVATOR | 2005 OR NEWER, 5000 PLUS IN HOURS, 72 INCH BUCKET CONTACT: MILO PARKS PHONE: 214-212-7026 FAX: 817-379-2734 EMAIL: MILO@BREQUIPMENTCO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 10054 AND 8042 SKY TRACK | BUY NEW CONTACT: MANUEL PHONE: 817 572 2250 FAX: 817 483 3973 EMAIL: MANUEL@EMPIREROOFING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ROAD WIDENER CONTACT: DWIGHT PHIBBS PHONE: 905-382-2464 EMAIL: DWIGHTLPHIBBS@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MICH & VOLVO LOADER CONTACT: WOODY RICHARDSON PHONE: 276-629-2800 FAX: 276-629-2899 EMAIL: WOODYRICHARDSON@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED ALL THE TIME BULLDOZER D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 155 355 375 WITH RIPPER USER USA 1996AND UP CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN @BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– **WANTED** BOBCAT BRAND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT LOCATED IN THE S.E. UNITED STATES. PREFER LARGE FRAME MACHINES WITH GOLD PACKAGE; S320, S300, S250, T320, T300, T250, BUT WILL CONSIDER ANY MAKE OR MODEL BOBCAT YOU HAVE FOR SALE. PLEASE SEND RECENT PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE. **DEALERS NEED NOT RESPOND** CONTACT: WARREN EMAIL: TWOPETIES@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MKT & ICE PILE HAMMERS | WE ARE SEEKING VIBRATORY PILE HAMMERS MANUFACTURED BY MKT, ICE AND OTHER REPUTABLE MANUFACTURERS. QUICK CASH AVAILABLE FOR YOUR USED PILE HAMMERS. CONTACT: JEFF LAWSON PHONE: 864-542-4369 EMAIL: JLAWSON29321@CHARTER.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JCB 540170 & CAT TH580B | WE ARE LOOKING FOR JCB 540-170 AND CAT TH580B TELESCOPIC HANDLERS ATTACHED W/ FORK & BKT. MACHINES MUST BE IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION AND READY TO WORK. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE SEND COMPLETE SET OF PICTURES, YEAR MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION, LOCATION & OFFER PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL: SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
CATERPILLAR 330CL | 3000 HOURS, CLEAN WORK READY, WHOLESALE ONLY, EAST COAST LOCATION, GOING TO NEW ENGLAND CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMIEQUIP@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER | CLEAN, LOW HOUR, LATE MODEL, WORK READY CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DETROIT & CAT PARTS | DETROIT ENGINE PARTS R5229380.........INJECTOR ASSEMBLY R5228770.........INJECTOR ASSEMBLY R5228760.........INJECTOR ASSEMBLY R5228900.........INJECTOR ASSEMBLY CAT PART NUMBER PLUNGER 7W 5929 PLUNGER 4P 9830 PLUNGER 1W 6541 CONTACT: PEDRO EMAIL: PEDRO_D17@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 160H | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE SEVERAL UNITS OF THE FOLLOWING CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS. ALL GRADERS MUST BE IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE PROVIDE A COMPLETE SET OF PICTURES, YEAR, MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND LAST OFFER PRICE. CAT 12G (1977 - 1995) CAT 140G (1987 - 1995) CAT 140H (2000 - 2003) CAT 14G (1978 - 1995) CAT 14H (1995 - 2000) CAT 160H CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL: SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM| –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED BULLDOZER USER USA KOMASTU D85 D135 D155 375 BULL D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 1997 AND UP CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN @BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANT TO TRADE (4) 295X35 TIRES WITH RIMS FOR 295X29 USED TIRES CONTACT: K SANSALONE PHONE: 856-297-4758 FAX: 856-362-5602 EMAIL: KEVIN@SANSALONEEXCAVATING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT S130 SKID STEER | ABOUT 30 UNITS YOUG LOW HOUR BOBCAT S 130 SKID STEER CONTACT: KAM PENG TING PHONE: +6019 3211233 FAX: +603 79803422 EMAIL: TINGKAMPENG@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE NEED A FRONT MOUNT SCARIFIER FOR A NORAM 65E. CONTACT: JAMI SALTER PHONE: 318-343-6700 EMAIL: JSALTER@SCOTTCOMPANIES.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
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Ritchie Bros. Attracts Bidders for Mansfield Auction
A sizable crowd gathers to bid on excavators at the auction.
Ritchie Bros.’ Scott McGregor (L) and Tim Keane ensure that everything runs smoothly at the auction.
Looking for bargains, Steve Stine (L) and Jon Lantz of Kelstin Construction, Shelby, Ohio, examine a few excavators.
itchie Bros. Auctioneers held a sale May 15 in Mansfield, Ohio. The auction drew a large crowd of bidders to the sale site and attracted heavy online bidding as well. The sale featured a large assortment of com- Bart Rhea (L) of BKBC Machinery, Oak Ridge, N.J., is Local Mansfield contractors Tyler (L) and Todd Wurthmann are pleased to have picked up a forklift at paction equipment, construction equipment, paving equip- pleased to have an opportunity to catch up with Herb the auction. Cress of Newman Tractor, Verona, Ky., at the sale. ment and trucks, and a variety of attachments.
(L-R): Ohio CAT’s Chad Schultz, Erik Laps and Bob Stadvec talk Caterpillar machines with Lenny Clouse of Clouse Construction Corp.
(L-R): Elliott Machine Works’ Keith Johnson, Dennie McCray and Jeran Pollock made the trip over from Galion, Ohio, to take in the auction activities.
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ABSOLUTE AUCTION FEATURING EQUIPMENT FROM BLACKMON CONTRACTING COMPANY INC.
THURSDAY, JUNE. 21ST, 2012 - 9:00AM Smithfield (Raleigh), North Carolina Sale Site Address:
74 Fire Department Road • Wilsons Mills, NC 27593 Auctioneer Note: Blackmon Contracting Company Inc is father-son operation and is known throughout the contracting business world as responsible and responsive utility contractor. Throughout the years they have expanded into several other divisions such as grading, paving, and site preparation. This company has maintained all their equipment and trucks over the years and they are in excellent job ready condition. From earth moving equipment, heavy duty trucks, trailers, or to support equipment, this auction will have some quality late model equipment and trucks up for sale. Make plans today to attend, for this is one auction you will not want to miss! Notes: This will be a Drive-Thru Ramp Auction, absolute consignments will be accepted and there will be no sales tax charged on this auction on items belonging to Blackmon Contracting Company Inc. Absolute Consignments will be Accepted for this Auction: For more information on this auction or if you are interested in selling your surplus equipment and trucks for this auction, please contact one of our auction sales managers today! Absolute Consignments will be accepted through the following dates: Wednesday, June 6th – Friday, June 15th and Monday, June 18th until 12:00 Noon › Trey Meekins – Mobile: 910.258.4383 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org › E.B. Webb – Mobile: 252.245.1405 or email: email@example.com › Chris Cea – Mobile: 910.633.8244 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org For up-to-date auction inventory, with pictures and descriptions, view auction information, visit our company website meekinsauction.com
Partial List to Date HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS (2) 2006 Cat 330DL; (2) 2002 Cat 322CL; 1996 Case 9040B; Link-Belt LS-4300C Series II; 2001 Kobelco SK135SRLC; 2004 Kubota KX161-3; Komatsu PC220LC-3; 2008 Komatsu PC78MR-6; 2007 Komatsu PC78MR-6; CRAWLER DOZERS 1998 Deere 650G LGP Series IV; 1997 Case 850G LT; WHEEL LOADERS 2007 Cat 930G; 2006 Cat 930G; 1997 Deere 744H; Komatsu WA470-1; 1999 Komatsu WA250-3 Avance Series; Kawasaki 60Z Series II; Michigan/Volvo L70; Michigan 125C; MOTOR GRADERS 2005 Cat 12H; 1983 Cat 120G; Cat 12F; Deere 670; Fiat Allis M65; MOTOR SCRAPERS Cat 615; Deere 762B; Dresser 412B; LOADER BACKHOES 2002 Cat 430D IT (4x4); 1999 Case 580L (4x4); 1999 JCB 214 Series 3 (4x4); SKID STEER LOADER 2007 Komatsu CK35-1 Super Flow; UTILITY TRACTORS New Holland 8360; New Holland TS100; 2006 New Holland TL80A; Ford 3930; John Deere 4230 (4x4); John Deere 2350; 2003 John Deere 790; Case International 1896; 2009 Challenger MT475B (4x4); 2006 Challenger MT525B; Kubota B2400 HST; ASPHALT CRAWLER PAVERS 1999 Cat AP-1055B; 2004 Ingersoll Rand 3120; 1996 Leeboy L81000T ; ASPHALT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT 2008 Asphalt Zipper AZ-500 Portable Asphalt Reclaimer; 2005 Asphalt Zipper AZ-360HD Portable Asphalt Reclaimer; Ray-Tech RC8000 Portable Asphalt Reclaimer; 2010 Marathon TPS210T Asphalt Tack Wagon; Stepp 600 Asphalt Tack Wagon; 2004 Ray-Tech Model 48 Portable Infrared Asphalt Heater; TANDEM VIBRATORY ASPHALT ROLLERS 2005 Ingersoll Rand DD-28HF; VIBRATORY SMOOTH DRUM SOIL COMPACTORS Cat CS-431; Dresser VOS66A; VIBRATORY PAD FOOT SOIL COMPACTORS 1997 Bomag BW142PD-2; 2001 Vibromax W405PD; Super Pac SP600; Super Pac SP400; TRENCH ROLLERS 2006 Wacker RT82-SC; (4) 2002-2001 Ampac P33/24; BOOM LIFT Strato-Lift SB30R Articulated; AIR COMPRESSOR 2004 Sullair 185WJD PORTABLE; TRENCHING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT GME BS12YD Bedding Material Container; Efficiency BS10YD Bedding Material Container; Efficiency Stonemizer SM-10 Bedding Material Container; (5) Efficiency Stonemizer SM-9 Bedding Material Containers; (3) Efficiency MHXLDWF-810 Steel Manhole Trench Shields; Efficiency HT8-824 Steel Trench Box Shield; (2) Efficiency HT6F-824 Steel Trench Box Shields; (3) Efficiency 820 XLDF Steel Trench Box Shields; Efficiency XLDF-424 Steel Trench Box Shield; (2)
Efficiency HT6F-424 Steel Trench Box Shields; Efficiency Aluminum Trench Box Shield; Hammerhead Piercing Tool; Efficiency Hydraulic Shoring System; (7) Steel Road Plates, dimensions: 8 ft height x 12 ft length; Trench Box Shield Pins (Large Quantity); Trench Box Shield Spacer Pipe (Large Quantity); PORTABLE TRENCH BURNER; 2007 Air Burners T-400; WATER PUMPS - PORTABLE 2008 Godwin CD100 Silenced Dri Prime; 2004 Thompson 4 Inch; SANITATION PUMPS (15) Liberty Pumps 380 Series Below Ground Sanitation Pumps (Model No: P382LE51); INDUSTRIAL PRESSURE WASHERS (2) 2012 Easy Kleen Magnum Gold 4000 Hot Water Pressure Washers; (2) 2012 Easy Kleen Magnum Plus 4000 Hot Water Pressure Washers; CONEX STORAGE CONTAINERS (8) 20 FT Conex Storage Containers, equipped w/ 8 ft x 20 ft steel body, lockable, wood floors; DUMP TRUCKS – TANDEM AXLE Ford L9000; DUMP TRUCKS – SINGLE AXLE 2007 Peterbilt 335; Ford L9000; International S1900; HYDRAULIC CRANE TRUCK 2000 Sterling NATIONAL 900 SERIES 23 Ton; CAB & CHASSIS TRUCK; 1988 Ford F700; FUEL & LUBE TRUCK 1995 International 4700; SERVICE UTILITY TRUCKS (2) 2009-2008 Chevrolet 3500HD Silverado Crew Cab Dually; 2001 Chevrolet 2500HD Silverado Crew Cab; 2008 Ford F-350XL Superduty (4x4) Crew Cab; PICKUPS 2003 Ford F-350XL Superduty Crew Cab (4x4); 1998 GMC Sonoma SLS ZR2 Offroad Highrider (4x4); SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES 2002 Hummer H1 (4x4); 1978 Jeep CJ7 (4x4); 1988 Toyota 4Runner (4x4); FUEL & LUBE TRAILERS (2) 2004 Elliott Fuel & Lube Trailers; EQUIPMENT TRAILERS 2008 Trail King TKT40LP Tilt Deck Tag; 1996 Hudson 10 Ton Tag; Custom 10T242CEDLP Tag; 2006 Better Built Tag; 2002 Butler TS-610-D Tilt Deck Tag; 2002 Better Built 2022FB Tilt Deck Tag; 1998 Pro-Trak Gooseneck; 2012 Top Line TH-18 Utility; END DUMP TRAILER 1996 South East SEAD2446C; GOLF CARTS (13) 2008-2007 Club Car Precedent Golf Carts; OTHER ITEMS TO INCLUDE: Shop Equipment, Attachments, Welding Equipment, Lawn Maintenance Equipment, Job Safety Equipment and Supplies, Golf Carts, ATVs, New Unused Skid Steer Loader Attachments, Agricultural Equipment and Attachments, Waste Water Supplies and Products, Contractor Grade Tools and Accessories, Heavy Duty Truck and Trailer Parts/Accessories, Heavy Equipment Parts and Accessories, Steel and Iron Building Material, misc items – see website for complete listing with descriptions and pictures meekinsauction.com
(1 OF 2) 2008-2007 KOMATSU PC78MR-6
(2) 2002 CAT 322CL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS
(2) 2004 ELLIOTT FUEL & LUBE TRAILERS
(2) 2006 CAT 330DL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS
(3 OF 9) 20 FT STORAGE CONTAINERS
(3) EFFICIENCY MHXLDWF-810 MANHOLE SHIELDS
1997 DEERE 744H
2000 STERLING - NATIONAL 900 SERIES (23 TON)
2002 CAT 430D IT 4X4
2002 HUMMER H1
2004 INGERSOLL RAND 3120
2005 ASPHALT ZIPPER AZ-360HD
2005 CAT 12H - 2,903 HRS
2005 INGERSOLL RAND DD-28HF
2007 KOMATSU CK35-1 SUPER FLOW
2007 PETERBILT 335
2007-2006 CAT 930G WHEEL LOADERS
2008 ASPHALT ZIPPER AZ-500
2008 GODWIN CD100 SILENCED DRI PRIME (ONLY 54 HRS)
2009-2008 CHEVROLET 3500HD DUALLY SERVICE TRUCKS
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Case Alpha Series Skid Steers Offer Improved Horsepower
Case Construction Equipment recently launched its Alpha Series skid steers, introducing nine models. The line includes two models with operating capacities below 1,600 lb. (726 kg). The Case SR130 and SR150, both radial lift models, have rated operating capacities of 1,300 lb. (590 kg) and 1,500 lb. (680 kg), respectively. The SR130 is rated at 43 hp (31.8 kW), and the SR150 is rated at 49 hp (36.3 kW). The Case Alpha Series includes six radial-lift skid steers, the SR130, SR150, SR175, SR200, SR220 and SR250 — engineered for digging, prying and pushing — and three vertical-lift models (SV185, SV250 and SV300) designed for lift-and-carry applications. For more information, visit www.casece.com.
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American Subcontractors Association – Midwest Council The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest Council is a construction trade association made up of quality specialty contractors and suppliers serving the construction industry and the community in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area and southern Illinois. The ASA Midwest Council’s purpose is to improve the construction process through active participation in education, legislation and cooperation. The ASA Midwest Council has been named “Chapter of the Year” by the American Subcontractors Association five out of the last seven years. For more information about the ASA Midwest Council, visit www.asamidwest.com or contact Susan Winkelmann at 314-8450855. ASA Midwest Council – Voice of the Midwest Subcontractor.
HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT, Piscataway, NJ – NCCCO Class Schedule – NCCCO Mobile Crane Certification Dates Available NCCCO Mobile Crane CertificationJune 25 – 29 Written Exam Prep (must pre-register August 20 - 24 At least 2 weeks prior to class)October 15 – 19
2012 Annual Asphalt Contractors Association of Florida Convention, June 21 to 23, 2012 at Orlando World Center Marriott, Orlando, FL. 2012 Annual Asphalt Contractors Association of Florida Convention, July 19 to 21, 2012 at UUCF Convention, The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, Orlando, FL.
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Online Auction Thursday, June 21
2008 E-Z-GO RXV ELECTRIC
2004 CATERPILLAR 950G SERIES II
2007 CATERPILLAR D6R XW SERIES III
2005 VOLVO A35D
JOHN DEERE 310E 4X4
LINK-BELT LS 108B
2004 KOMATSU PC220LC-7
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M. Davis Group Conducts Auction in Uniontown, Pa.
. Davis Group LLC conducted an auction in Uniontown, Pa., on May 16. The auction featured a large selection of Caterpillar iron including dozers, excavators, loaders and backhoes. The auction also had compactors, motor scrapers, trailers and both on- and off-road tracks. The auction
drew a good crowd of on-site bidders and attracted heavy online bidding as well. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, M Davis Group’s team of auctioneers and appraisers have more than 120 years of combined experience and expertise in the industrial auction and appraisal industry.
Auctioneer Marty Davis calls out another winning bid.
(L-R): After taking the winning bid on two trucks, Mike Coontz Senior and Junior catch up with Jerry Jarrett of Jarrett Trucking.
(L-R): Murrysville Machinery Company’s Roy Leukhardt III speaks with Tom Zimmerman of Kukurin Contracting and Rudd Equipment Company’s Ray Stevens.
Rick Lawson (L), Richard Lawson Excavating, joins Alan Weiss, All American Equipment & Construction, in looking for some bargains.
(L-R): Demco Excavating & Paving’s Scott Myers, Bob Lear and Buzz Coddington were pleased with the items they picked up at the sale.
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Cat Auction Services Holds Sale at Ziegler CAT Facility
at Auction Services held an unreserved public auction May 17 at Ziegler CAT’s facility in Columbus, Minn. Items up for bid included a 2007 Cat 740, a 2008 Cat PS150C, a 2008 Cat IT38H and a 2008 Cat 247B2.
Cat Auction Services’ events run smoothly with the help and guidance of Jennifer Phelps (L) and Marketing Coordinator Mollie Moore.
Ziegler CAT President Stan Erickson pays a visit to the Ziegler CAT Columbus, Minn., location to check out the sale.
Mitch Yeager (L) and Brent Nicklay of Ziegler CAT stop to pose for a picture in front of this Cat 320D excavator.
Ziegler CAT Territory Manager Lance Kaiser (R) with Executive Manager of Fleet Maintenance Steve Lehn of Veit, Rogers, Minn., get a chance to talk business.
Kenneth Enemuo of Exodus Equipment checks out this Cat 330B excavator with an eye toward reselling it in the global equipment market.
Brent Ervin, owner of Ervin Construction, Maynard, Minn., is looking to pick up a couple of excavators at the auction and is thinking about bidding on this Cat 330C.
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COMPLETE LIQUIDATION AUCTION SUMMIT TRANSPORT, INC. & EXCESS EQUIPMENT FROM SISTER COMPANY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT - TRUCK TRACTORS (INCL. MICHIGAN SPECIALS) - GRAVEL TRAINS - TRAILERS 12550 FARMINGTON ROAD, LIVONIA, MI 48150 THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 2012 • 10:00 AM
CRAWLER TRACTORS: CASE 850K; CASE 850D; RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: CASE 821C; CASE 821B; LOADER BACKHOES: CASE 590 TURBO 4X4; CASE 590SM 4X4; EXCAVATOR: CASE 9030B; ROLLER: CASE W602P SINGLE DRUM VIBRATORY; TRUCK TRACTORS: (6) 2006 PETERBILT 357 MICHIGAN SPECIALS; 1997 FORD LTL9000;
1996 WESTERN STAR T/A; 1992 FORD LTL9000 T/A; (4) 1992FORD LTL9000 T/A; MECHANICS TRUCK: GMC SIERRA 3500; DUMP TRUCK: FORD L9000 TRI-AXLE; PICKUPS: 2002 GMC 1500 SLE CREW CAB; 2000 GMC 2500 CREW CAB 4X4; 1995 GMC 2500; 2002 GMC HD2500 CREW CAB; 2001 GMC HD2500 CREW CAB; SUV: 2005 GMC SLE ENVOY; LOWBOY TRAILER: DYNAWELD 50 TON 3/A DETACHABLE;
“LEADS” & “PUP” DUMP TRAILER TRAINS: (4) 2000 FRUEHAUF ALUMINUM W/24' LEAD & 19.5' PUP; (3) 1997 FRUEHAUF W/24' LEAD & 19.5' PUP (1 ALUMINUM); 1997 BENSON ALUMINUM W/24' LEAD & 19.5' PUP; 1993 FRUEHAUF STEEL ROUND BOTTOM W/24' LEAD & 19.5' PUP; 1993 WARREN ALUMINUM W/24' LEAD & 19.5' PUP; (3) 1990 FRUEHAUF STEEL ROUND BOTTOM W/24' LEAD & 19.5' PUP; FRUEHAUF ALUMINUM W/24' LEAD & 19.5' PUP;
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