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Shale Drilling Creates Natural Gas Supply Boom

Roland M achinery, Oliver Stores Add Norco...14

Calif. Outsources Bay Bridge Work to Chinese Firm TrynEx Moves to New Michigan Facility...18

Const ruct ion I ndustr y Lend s a Hand.. .80

Table of Contents ............4 Attachments Section33-37 Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section ....55-68 Truck & Trailer Section .... ..................................71-77 Business Calendar ........83 Auction Section ......85-93 Advertisers Index ..........94

By Elaine Kurtenbach AP BUSINESS WRITER

SHANGHAI (AP) China’s biggest heavy machinery maker wrapped up work on the new, tougher east span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge on July 11, hoping success with the $6.3 billion project will help it clinch more overseas contracts. California’s Department of Transportation chose A retention pond takes shape at a well site. Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co. to fabricate shale. These days, excited general contracthe steel girders and tower meant to improve the earth- By Giles Lambertson tors or construction equipment dealers don’t quake resistance of the bridge linking San Francisco CEG CORRESPONDENT give a hang about the general. He never and Oakland after the 1989 Loma Prieta quake colsparked a construction boom. The New York town of Marcellus was lapsed part of the bridge. The shale did. Running southwest from named for a Roman general, not for the Zhenhua, which until recently focused mainly on town’s outcropping of natural gas-bearing DRILLING see page 46 see BRIDGE page 18

Construction Spending Declines in May By Derek Kravitz AP REAL ESTATE WRITER

WASHINGTON (AP) Builders began work on fewer projects in May, led by steep declines in apartment construction and less spending by state and local governments. Construction spending declined 0.6 percent in May to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $757.9 billion, the Commerce Department said July 1. That put overall spending barely above

an 11-year low hit in February. And it is roughly half the $1.5 trillion pace considered healthy by most economists. Analysts say it could be another four years before construction returns to healthier levels. The weak construction spending data showed Americans are reluctant to both build and buy. Home construction fell 2.1 percent. But much of the decline was because an equal decline in apartment building, which can be volatile from month to month. Construction of

single-family homes dropped 0.3 percent. Spending on government projects fell for the eighth consecutive month. The 0.8 percent in May dropped government construction spending to a seasonally adjusted $276 billion annual rate, the weakest pace since February 2007. State and local governments accounted for all of the declines in government spending. They have been cutting back on building projects as they deal with large budget deficits. see SPENDING page 26


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Call 877-688-2228 Fax: 630-279-9243 www.pattencat.com Complete inventory available online

MOTORGRADERS

SKID STEERS Cat 232B, 2004, UN1671, EROPS, Aux Hyd ......................$22,000

Cat 140M, 2008, N5749, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 14’ Blade, Ripper ......

Cat 236B, 2005, UN2041, EROPS, Heat, HYD Coup ..........$17,000

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Cat 236B, 2005, UE1233, EROPS, Heat, Self-Leveling ......$25,000

COMPACTION

PATTEN CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS

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

Cat CS-433E, 2005, UN2129, OROPS................................$58,000

ID# N4761 $42,000

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

Cat CP-563C, 1998, UN2209, OROPS, Blade ....................$58,000 Cat CS-563E, 2007, N5618, OROPS, Sm Drum ................$98,000

Cat 247B, 2005, UN1610, EROPS, Heat, Hyd QC ..............$28,000

DOZERS

Cat 256C, 2007, W1533, EROPS, Heat, A/C ......................$32,000 Cat 257B, 2004, UN2086, EROPS, Heat, No Door ............$23,000

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

Cat 257B, 2005, W0539, Self-Leveling, Man QC ..............$31,000 Cat D4G LGP, 2006, N4970, EROPS, A/C ..........................$63,000 Cat 262B, 2005, W0523, OROPS, Aux Hyd ......................$24,000 Cat D5G LGP, 2006, N4976, EROPS, A/C ..........................$80,000

Cat 267B, 2005, UN1930, Self Leveling, QC ......................$21,000 Cat 277, 2003, UN2127, EROPS, Heat, No Door ..............$19,000

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

ID# UE1013 $110,000

Cat 287B, 2007, W1561, Self-Leveling, Man QC ..............$39,000

Cat D5N LGP, 2006, N5104, EROPS, Heat, A/C ................$94,000 Cat D6N XL, 2007, N5477, EROPS, Heat, A/C ................$190,000

TELEHANDLERS

Cat D6R LGP, 2006, UN1810, EROPS, A/C, SU Blade......$235,000 Cat D6R XL, 2006, UN1811, EROPS, A/C, SU Blade ......$229,000

Cat TH360B, 2006, N4761, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$49,000

Cat D6R XW, 2001, UN2072, EROPS, A/C, Ripper Hyd ....$95,000

EXCAVATORS

WHEEL LOADERS/LOADER BACKHOES

Cat 305CR, 2005, W0279, EROPS, A/C, Long Stick ..........$36,000 Cat 315CL, 2006, N4867, EROPS, Heat, A/C, QC ..............$95,000 Cat 315CL, 2007, N5239, EROPS, 10’2” Stick, QC ..........$100,000

Cat 420D, 2006, N4803, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick ..................$46,000

ID# UN1941 $105,000

Cat 420E IT, 2006, N4926, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick................$65,000

Cat 325DL, 2007, N5591, 10’6” Stick, Coupler................$190,000

Cat 420E IT, 2008, UE1253, EROPS, Heat, A/C, E-Stick ....$70,000

Cat 345BIIL, 2002, UE1015, EROPS, A/C ..........................$85,000

Cat 430D, 2004, N3592, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick ..................$49,000

Cat 345CL, 2006, UN1823, EROPS, 12’ 10” Stick, QC ....$260,000

Cat 430D IT, 2005, N4486, EROPS, E-Stick ......................$56,000

TRACK LOADERS

Cat 430E, 2007, N5471, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Ride Cntrl......$87,000 Cat 430E IT, 2006, N5209, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick................$62,000

Cat 953C, 2006, N4827, EROPS, A/C, GP Bucket ..............$95,000

Cat 930G, 2006, UN1922, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$122,000

Cat 953C, 2006, N4909, EROPS, A/C, GP Bucket ............$100,000 Cat 953C, 2006, N5135, EROPS, A/C, GP Bucket ............$105,000

ID# N5749 $260,000

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

Cat 953C, 2006, N4907, EROPS, 2.25 CYD GP Bkt ........$105,000

Cat 930H, 2008, N5661, EROPS, Ride Cntl ........................$132,000

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

Cat 938GII, 2004, UN1941, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$78,000

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

Cat 938GII, 2006, N5064, EROPS, A/C, Heat, Ride Cntrl $100,000 Cat 924GZ, 2007, N5786, EROPS, Heat, Ride Control ....$110,000 Cat 924GZ, 2008, N6148, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 2.6 CuYd Bkt ..$110,000

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Cat 928GZ, 2007, N5567, EROPS, Heat, A/C ..................$112,000 Cat 906H, 2009, W1917, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Ride Cntl......$73,000

ID# N5290 $185,000

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Cat 950H, 2007, N5284, EROPS, Heat, Ride Cntrl ..........$182,000

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1973 Cat 815A, 4- 38” padfoot drums with cleaners, canopy, Cat 3306 10.5L 170HP diesel, 11’ 9” hydraulic leveling blade, 40,058 lbs, meter reads 2269 hrs ........................................................$37,500

1987 Cat 815B, rebuilt transmission, 4- 38” padfoot drums with cleaners, canopy, Cat 3306-B 10.5L 216HP turbo diesel, 12’3” hydraulic leveling blade, 44,170 lbs, 3523 hrs ............................................................$89,500

2010 Screen Machine Might II, 4,700 lbs., 26HP Yanmar diesel, 1 yard 7’ 6” wide hopper, high speed 22 blade shredder hammermill, 3’ x 4’ heavy duty trammel screen, 18” conveyor, 52 hours..........................$34,500

2009 Bomag BW278 AD, 78” vibratory double drum smooth compactor, canopy, Cummins QSB4.5 Tier 3 130HP diesel, 27,060 lbs, joystick controls, front and rear spray system, 254 hrs ............................$94,500

2004 Cat 953C, cab with A/C, Cat 3126 121HP diesel, 20” pads, 2.5 yard GP bkt, 2 lever controls, 33,400 lbs, 4016 hrs ..................................................$64,500

1986 Taylor TE 300M, cab, Detroit diesel, 30,000 lb. capacity, 180” mast height, 101” x 96” carriage, 8’ forks, sideshift, 12.00x20 tires, 39,550 lbs., 7,848 hours ..............................................................$39,500

2005 Noram 65E, canopy, 83HP New Holland diesel, 4WD, 10’ moldboard, 15-19.5 tires, front scarifier, powershift, 16,800 lbs, 1636 hrs ..................$49,500

2008 New Holland W130B Long Reach, cab with A/C, 667TA/EDT 162HP diesel, hydraulic q-coupler, 2.5 yard q-coupler bucket, 3rd valve, ride control, 20.5-25 tires, reversible fan, 28,380 lbs, 411 hrs......$109,500

2008 JCB 506-36, UNUSED, canopy, JCB444 85HP diesel, 4WD, 6,000# capacity, 36’ reach, 48” x 48” carriage, 13.00-24 foam filled tires, 3 mode steer, aux. hydraulics, 36 hours ..............................$44,500

2006 Kenworth T800, Cat C15 475HP diesel, Eaton Fuller 8 spd, 228" WB, 54,600# GVWR, 14,600# front, 40,000# rear, 3.70 rear end, engine, dual diff lock, 315/80R22.5 front tires, 11R22.5 rear tires, IMT 7025 truck crane, 14,000# lift cap., 23' 5" lift ht., wireless remote, 16' IMT box, A/C, cruise, electric windows, air ride, air brakes, 76,757 mi, 7,326 hrs ....$169,500

Linkbelt 75MSR, cab with A/C, Isuzu CC-4JG1 54HP diesel, 18” pads, 6’ 11” stick, 14’ 11” dig depth, pushblade, 16,900 lbs., 570 hours ................$43,500

2001 International 7400, DT 466E diesel, 6 speed, 11,567# GVWR, 3629# front, 7938# rear, 11R22.5 tires, 200 psi Champion air compressor, Auto crane 8005H, 8000# capacity, 20’ reach, A/C, cruise, 255,943 miles ................................................$28,500

2005 Superior DT80J, cab with A/C and heat, 8’ poly angle broom, JD 4045D 80HP dsl, 2 speed hydrostatic, 235/75R15 tires, 170 gallon water system, joystick broom controls, road lights, beacon, 798 hrs $26,500

(6) 2005 Icon Scrapers, 21 cubic yard ejectors, 11’ cut, heavy cast 360 swivel quick hitch, 26,500 lbs., (2) 20.5x25 inside tires, (2) 23.5x25 outside tires$44,500 Ea.

(4) UNUSED Icon 418 Scrapers, 18 cubic yard hydraulic dump, 11’ cut, heavy cast 360 swivel quick hitch, 23,200 lbs., (4) 20.5x25 tires ........$42,500 Ea.


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Komatsu PC270LC-7, ’04, 4,608 hrs ....$132,500

Timberjack 1270D, ’03 ..........................$149,500

EXCAVATORS

FORESTRY

ARTICULATED TRUCKS

Deere 450CLC, ’05, 4,962 hrs ..............$132,500 Komatsu PC35MR-2, ‘08, 301 hrs ..........$49,500 Komatsu PC150LC-6, ‘98, 9246 hrs ........$39,500 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ‘05, 4000 hrs ........$92,500 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ‘02, 3044 hrs ........$97,500 Komatsu PC200LC-8, ’08, 4,293 hrs ....$102,500 Komatsu PC228USLC-3, ‘01, 6917 hrs....$84,500 Komatsu PC270LC-7, ’04, 4,608 hrs ....$132,500 Komatsu PC300LC-6, ’97, 7,560 hrs ......$46,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7EO, ‘06, 3004 hrs..$159,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7EO, ‘07, 1230 hrs..$189,500

Caterpillar 534, ’08, (new engine) ................$149,000

Komatsu CD60R-1A, ‘99, 2597 hrs..........$59,500

Deere 490E/Fabtek Head, ‘94..................$39,000

HAUL TRUCKS

Fabtek 153 Harvester, ’01, 7,000 hrs............$148,000 Franklin 132, ’77......................................$16,000

MOTOR GRADERS

Franklin 3000/Stroke Head, ’92 ..............$11,000

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

K-2 Four Wheel Forwarder, ’05, 2,160 hrs ....$90,000

SHREDDERS, TROMMELS

Log Lift F-135 Log Loader, ’05..........................$7,000

Doppstadt DW3060K, ’09, 328 hrs ..............CALL Doppstadt DW3060SA, ’09, 410 hrs ............CALL Doppstadt SM617, ’09, 290 hrs ..................CALL Doppstadt SM720, ’09, 235 hrs ..................CALL Doppstadt SM726, ’09, 257 hrs ..................CALL

Timbco 425D, ’99, (NO Attachment)........$22,000 Timberjack 1270D, ‘03 ..............................$149,000 Timberjack 1270D, ’05, 7,575 hrs ................$180,000

DOZERS

Valmet 415EX/Rolly II, ’06 ....................$245,000 CAT D5G, ’03, 4,343 hrs ..........................$39,500 Komatsu D39PX-21, ‘06, 622 hrs ............$84,500 Komatsu D39PX-21, ’07, 717 hrs ............$62,500 Komatsu D41E-6, ‘04, 1157 hrs ..............$64,500 Komatsu D61EX-15, ‘06, 2091 hrs ........$144,500 Komatsu D65EX-15, ‘05, 4780 hrs ........$129,500 Komatsu D65PX-12, ‘96, 4969 hrs ..........$52,500 Komatsu D85E-12, ’78 ............................$24,500

(4) Komatsu HD465-5’s, ‘00, 32000 hrs ..$120,000 ea

Fecon FTX130-FM, ’06, 875 hrs ..............$86,500

WHEEL LOADERS

Valmet 840.2/6, ’07 ..............................$190,000

COMPACTION, MILLING & PAVING Blaw Knox PF115, ’87, 6748 hrs ............$12,500 Interstate Distributor, ’03, 1000 Gal ........$21,500 IR DD90, ’01, 4,174 hrs ..........................$23,500 IR DD90HF, ’99, 5306 hrs ........................$34,500

Case W30, ’86, 6,426 hrs ........................$16,500 Dresser 532, ‘93, 7723 hrs......................$52,500 Komatsu WA200-5, ‘07, 2528 hrs ..........$93,500 Komatsu WA320-5L, ‘07, 3733 hrs ......$116,500 Komatsu WA320-6, ’08, 3961 hrs ........$126,500 Komatsu WA380-5L, ‘04, 6957 hrs ......$106,500 Komatsu WA380-5, ‘06, 4965 hrs ........$132,500

IR SD105DX Roller, ‘03, 1487 hrs ..........$54,500 LeeBoy 7000T, ’01, 2,300 hrs ..................$29,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ’00, 1535 hrs ................$29,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘04, 2739 hrs ................$26,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ’04, 1823 hrs ................$33,200 LeeBoy 8510LD, ’06, 306 hrs ..................$79,500 Rosco TRUPAC915, ‘05, 481 hrs ............$39,500 Wirtgen W600DC, ’03, 2800 hrs ................$CALL Wirtgen W2000, ’03, 2996 hrs ..................$CALL Doppstadt SM726, ’09, 257 hrs ..................CALL Wirtgen W2000, ’96, 9346 hrs ..................$CALL

Timberjack 1270D, ‘05, 7575 hrs ..........$180,000

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ME3503 Mustang, 7500# Excavator, Open Canopy, 20” Pin on Bucket, New Rubber Tracks, I/D: D01075, 1225 Hrs, $22,995

Gehl DL6, 6000# Lift, 42’ Boom, Open Canopy, Outriggers, I/D: 320796, 2770 Hrs, $35,950

2007 Case 850K, s/n CAL005866, 1887 Hours, Cab w/Heat & Air, 24" Pads, 120" Blade 6-way, Cold Start, Canopy Brush Rops ..$89,000

2006 Case CX210, s/n DAC212459, 1433 Hours, 18' 8" Boom, 9'10" Arm, Control Pattern Selector, Kent Coupler................$116,000

Mustang MTL25 Track Loader, 110 HP, Open ROPS, I/D: 503944 1069 Hrs, $34,500

RS5-19 Gehl, 5500# Lift, 19’ Boom, Open Canopy, Aux. Hyd, I/D: 550239, 762 Hrs, $40,500

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1986 Linkbelt LS1600............................$18,500

2000 Volvo L330D..................................$99,000

1992 CAT 950F ......................................$49,000

1994 CAT D4HXL ..................................$28,500

S/N A7H50311, 3764 hrs, Erops, offset boom, 24” bucket, U/C good, sheet metal good

S/N V61024, 12500 hrs, Erops, spade bucket, 2 good tires – 2 fair tires

S/N 4DJ00955, 9542 hrs, 4 CYD bucket, tires at 90%, counterweight

S/N 8PJ00616, 9847 hrs, Orops, 90% undercarriage remaining, V PAT BLADE

1995 CAT CB214C ................................$13,500

1996 Cat 160H ......................................$99,500

2002 CAT M318 ....................................$57,000

2000 Cat 980G ....................................$135,000

S/N 9XK00201, 888 hrs, 39" roller, rops, working lights

S/N 9EJ00369, 9441 hrs, A/C, 14’ blade, front v-type scarifier

S/N 8AL03298, 7788 hrs, Erops, 47" HD CF bucket, A/C, heavy lift

S/N 2KR03995, 15,866 hrs, Erops, 7 YD bucket, tires good to fair

2004 CAT 950G ......................................$98,500

2005 CAT 247B ......................................$21,000

1998 Cat D6RLGP..................................$75,000

2007 CAT 297C ......................................$41,500

S/N AXX00648, 6471 hrs, A/C, air suspension seat, ride control, bucket

S/N MTL01299, 2,274 Hrs, EROPS, Aux. Hyd., Good U/C

S/N 9PN00987, 9119 hrs, Orops, Good U/C – turned, S blade, no leaks

S/N GCP00402, 724 hrs, Orops, hyd quick coupler, std flow hyd, bucket

2006 Bobcat T140 ................................$23,500

2000 ASV 2810 ......................................$15,500

1977 Cat D6D ........................................$29,500

2006 Bobcat S185 ................................$21,000

S/N 529311500, 186 Hrs, EROPS, U/C very good, aux hyd, bucket, hud coupler, foot control

S/N AMF00314, 1423 hrs, Orops, heat, high flow hydraulics, aux hydraulics, tracks good, bucket

S/N 04X01976, 6041 Hrs, OROPS, S Blade with Hydraulic Tilt, 22” Pads

S/N 530317193, 667 hrs, Erops, metal tracks, tires very good, no bucket

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Authorized Bobcat Dealer Bobcat 440 ................Starting at $4,500 Bobcat 463’s ..............Starting at $8,000 Bobcat 542B ..............Starting at $6,900 Bobcat 642 ..............................$7,500 Bobcat 642B ............................$8,500 Bobcat 743 ................Starting at $8,000 Bobcat 751 ......Several Starting at $9,900 Bobcat 753 ..............Starting at $10,000 Bobcat 763F, Series, Open Cab ....$11,500

Bobcat 773G, With Heat ............$15,900 Bobcat 843, Heated Cab ............$10,000 Bobcat 853’s ............Starting at $11,000 Bobcat 863, With Heat ..............$12,900 Bobcat 863G ............................14,900 Bobcat 873 ............................$17,900 Bobcat S130, 2006, Heated Cab ......CALL Bobcat S185s, With Heat and Air, 500 Hours to 5000 Hours....Starting at $14,900 Bobcat S250..............Starting at $17,500

Compact Track Machines Bobcat T190’s............Starting at $17,500 Bobcat T200..............Starting at $17,500 Bobcat T250, Gold ......Starting at $24,500 Bobcat T300..............Starting at $25,000

Other Brands Gehl 4615 Skidloader, Open Canopy $8,500 Mustang 2105 ............................CALL New Holland L175........................CALL John Deere 250/260 Models Available...... ..............................................CALL

Excavators Bobcat 331’s, Several w/Heat & Open Canopys ..................Starting at $15,900 Bobcat 334 ................................CALL Bobcat 337D, A/C, HT ................$35,900 Bobcat 341 ..............Starting at $29,990 Bobcat 442 ....Several Starting at $45,000

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ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING COMPANY, INC. Route 18 - Atlasburg (Pittsburgh), PA 15004

724/947-2235 Day/Night Fax 724/947-3820 Call Andy Miller Established 1928 Our Greatest Assets .. Our Employees WHEEL LOADERS Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 Cat 936E, 1989, EROPS, 2.75 cy GP bkt, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$59,000 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 coupler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . .$89,500 COMPACTORS IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,500 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . .From $79,500 Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP gas engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever & remote . . .$4,000 to $10,000 (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . .$4,000 - $6,500

LANDSCAPING Case 480 Broom Tractor, frt mounted 6' sweepster broom, ROPS . . . . . . . .$13,000 Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor, 1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . .$10,500 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" hydraulic broom . . . . . .$11,500 Taylor-Way 12' Transport Disc, 24" discs, (4) tires, hyd lift, exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500

CRAWLER LOADERS

MOTOR SCRAPERS Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . .$49,500 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, OFF ROAD HAULERS Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 (2) Cat 637 scrapers, 1975, 91P series, dual Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 engine, OROPS, good rubber . .$23,500 Ea. hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently off work), work HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . .$145,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29,000 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 hitch rebuilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, rubber, operational . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . .. Kobelco SK200LC Extra Long Reach, 1993, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 32" TBG pads, 42' reach, nice . . . .$68,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$87,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . .$57,000 hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” CRAWLER TRACTORS boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, Cat D6H, 1987, Semi U blade w/tilt, ROPS, bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . .$255,000 fair U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,000 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, aJRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice blade, winches, v. good . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade .. of bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$77,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85,000 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$97,500 Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG CRANES pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, Broderson IC80-1B, 1984, 8.5 ton, Perkins work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL dsl, OROPS, 20’ boom,, 3500hrs, good . . . .. Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition dual fuel, 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs$21,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . .. TRUCKS & TRAILERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 Drott 3330B Carry Deck, 7.5 ton capacity, (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good dsl, 4 section boom 8' jib . . . . . . . .$14,500 Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000

AIR COMPRESSORS IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . .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 IAmerican Augers 16" Boring Machine, 10 HP gas, 35,000# thrust, 30' track . .$7,500 BACKHOES Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . .$24,500 Volvo BL60, 2006, 4x4, EROPS, ext hoe, aux hyd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32,500 CRUSHING & CONVEYING Read RD90B screening plant, 1994, Lister diesel, dual tires on axle, hyd extensions, good condition, work ready . . . . . .$32,500 Viper 301 Portable Screening Plant, 1997, dsl, 5'x7'. side & rear conveyors, T/A carrier. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL 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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EXCAVATORS GROVE RT875E

MANITOWOC 777

GRADALL XL4100 - ‘01 • truck mtd excavator with 4300 hours and 2 buckets ............................................................................................................$39,950

YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER

in WISCONSIN and UPPER MICHIGAN for: PAVERS / ROAD WIDENERS BLAW KNOX PF4410 - ‘06 • w/8’-16’ Elect. Heated Screed, 2450 Hrs .............. ..........................................................................................................$121,000 CEDAR RAPIDS CR362L - ‘08 • Electric 8-16’ screed, Top Con Syst V, approx 1360 hrs ............................................................................................$201,500

CALL items may be on rent causing pricing and hours to vary.

MILLING MACHINES TEREX PR165 - ‘09 • 4 wheel, front loading, w/24” cutter, 260 hrs ..$199,000

ROLLERS SAKAI CR270 - 36", 3000lb, 4000VPM, vibratory, 200 hrs ..................$13,500 SAKAI SW300-1 - ‘09 • 39.2" Dbl Drum vib w/ 36 hrs ........................$28,000 SAKAI SW652 - ‘10 • 58” Vib, remaining std warranty and EPTW, 125 hrs ...... ............................................................................................................$79,500 SAKAI SW880 - ‘09 • 79” Vib, remaining std warranty and EPTW, 940 hrs ...... ............................................................................................................$93,500 SAKAI SW880 - ‘10 • 79” Vib, remaining std warranty and EPTW, 600 hrs ...... ..........................................................................................................$108,500 SAKAI SW800II - ‘09 • 67” Dbl Drm Vib, w/balance of EPTW, 595 hrs$79,500 SAKAI SW850-2 - ‘10 • 79” Dbl Drm Vib w/balance of Std warranty and EPTW, 400 hrs......................................................................................$94,500

Contact Marty in Illinois 1-800-307-0221 mahrendt@amstate.com

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Large Selection of New & Used Equipment in Stock. AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT SIMPLICITY portable dual screen plant, 6x16 and 6x20 triple deck horizontal screens, 60" underscreen conveyors, 42" cross conveyors, tri-axle chassis with hydraulic leveling ................................................CALL CEDARAPIDS 4136 Portable twin roll plant, with Allis 5'x16' single deck horizontal screen, Cummins V-12 diesel, on tandem axle chassis with hydraulic leveling......................................$68,000 ALLIS H400-SD portable cone plant, Cummins diesel, rear feed conveyor, side discharge conveyor, tandem axle chassis with run-on hydraulic jacks ......................................................................CALL WHEEL LOADERS KAWASAKI 115Z-V, wheel loader (2004), 480 hp Cummins QSK-19 diesel, 4/3 speed Powershift transmission, 35/65-33 (L-5) tires, 8.3 cu. yd. spade nose bucket with teeth & segments, enclosed ROPS with heat/AC..................$189,500 LIEBHERR L564 “2+2”, wheel loader, Powered by a 245 HP Liebherr Six-Cyl. Diesel, Hydrostatic Drive System with 3 Speed Ranges, 26.5x25 L3 Radial tires, 5.3 Cu. Yd. GP Bkt, Traction & Ride Control Systems, ROPS Cab with Heater/AC CALL KAWASAKI 95Z-V, wheel loader (2006), 340 hp Cummins QS15 diesel, 4/3 speed Powershift transmission, 29.5x25 L5 Tires, 6 cu. yd. Modified Spade Nose Bucket with Teeth, enclosed ROPS with a/c, Load-Out Scale ........................$239,500 Milwaukee, WI 1-800-236-6900 Fax 414-541-1892

CRANES KOBELCO CK800 80 TON CAPACITY CRAWLER CRANE, 1996, with 140’ Main Boom, 30’ Jib, Two Main Hoist Drums Plus an Auxiliary Third Drum, Hydraulically Extended Undercarriage with 36” Track Pads ....................................................CALL GROVE RT760 60 TON CAPACITY ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 1993, with Cat Diesel, 110’ PowerPinned Boom, 32’ to 56’ Telescopic Offsettable Swingaway, Main & Auxiliary Hoists, 29.5x25 Tires, Ready to work ..........Reduced to $179,900 GROVE RT760E 60 TON CAPACITY ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 2008, (Several Available) with Cummins Diesels, 36’ to 110’ Booms, 33’ to 56’ Offsettable Bi-Fold Swingaway Extensions, Model HO30 Main & Auxiliary Hoists, 29.5x25 Tires, block & ball ..................................................CALL GROVE 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, 3-position outriggers ............................CALL MANITOWOC 777 200 TON CRAWLER CRANE, 2000 model, 220' main boom, 40' fixed jib, hoists with free-fall option, 48" track shoes, Series II counterweight, self-assembly package, Cummins diesel, third drum, 7000 hours, job ready ....CALL

Wausau, WI 1-800-242-7113 Fax 715-675-9748

Crushing & Screening Div. Little Chute, WI 1-800-236-8318 Fax 920-788-6753

For information on our in-stock equipment, contact Lanny Peterson at:

lpeterson@amstate.com or mobile 1-715-574-8089 or 1-800-242-7113


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Metrodome Roof Up Again, Nearly Ready for Vikings By Dave Campbell AP SPORTS WRITER

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The Minnesota Vikings have a roof over their helmets once again. Seven months after the Metrodome’s Teflon-coated fiberglass ceiling collapsed in a snowstorm, forcing the Vikings to play their final two home games last season elsewhere, the new roof has been raised in plenty of time for the first preseason game. Stadium officials and construction workers inflated the roof the morning of July 13 as a test. No problems popped up, so the roof of the 29-year-old stadium will stay up while the finishing touches are put on a rebuilding project that began in March. “There doesn’t seem to be any issues whatsoever,” said Ted Mondale, the chairman of the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission (MSFC), the agency that operates the facility officially known as Mall of America Field. The new roof sits a little lower than before, to better withstand strong winds and help prevent snow from piling up in drifts. But it still sports the puffy, muffin-top look that frames the east side of the downtown Minneapolis skyline. The 10acre surface, just one-16th of an inch thick, is held up by several 100-hp fans. MSFC director of facilities and engineering Steve Maki sat in the football press box as the roof was quietly and steadily lifted to full height in about 45 minutes. Workers with poles watched from the upper deck to make sure the inner lining didn’t snag on the way up. Five others kept watch on top, casting silhouettes in the morning sun as they walked back and forth.

Most of the construction work should be done by Aug. 1, which will trigger a $500,000 bonus for Amherst, N.Y.based contractor Birdair Inc., the company that also designed and installed the original roof. The project cost $22.7 million, including $18 million for the roof itself, and it’s covered by the MSFC’s insurance. The artificial turf also was damaged when the roof broke open and snow poured in, and that might have to be replaced, too, but Maki said that work, if necessary, would be done by Aug. 18. The surface, installed just last summer, has been covered in plywood during the project. Bids are in, and Maki said a decision on whether new turf is needed will be made shortly. The Vikings are scheduled to play their first home preseason game on Aug. 27, assuming the NFL lockout is over. Vikings vice president for public affairs and stadium development Lester Bagley said the team is appreciative of the work. “We’re going to get our home-field advantage back,” Bagley said. The roof collapsed after a storm that brought 17 in. of snow in a 24-hour span and high winds that prevented stadium workers from clearing the roof. No one was hurt, but the Vikings were forced to shift home games to Detroit’s Ford Field and then to the University of Minnesota, losing both times. It was the fourth roof collapse at the facility, but the first since 1983. Enough damage was done that the entire roof needed to be replaced, rather than just the damaged diamond-shaped panels. Under the new roof, some of the dinginess is gone and

the inner lining is smaller, allowing more sunlight. New acoustical panels also were hung from the roof to improve the stadium’s sound quality. Mondale credited Maki for his leadership of the project. Workers, who endured 100-degree-plus heat on the roof plus plenty of rain and wind over the last four months, appeared to enjoy themselves. A paper airplane was even spotted flying through one of the vent holes. The Vikings don’t plan to play under their new roof for long, though. They’re in the final year of their lease at the Metrodome, actively seeking a new stadium in Arden Hills, a suburb north of downtown. That effort has been stymied in part by the state’s budget deficit and government shutdown, an impasse between Gov. Mark Dayton, a Democrat, and the Republican-majority Legislature. “We’re going to need to raise revenue to do this, and there really hasn’t been a lot of synergy on how that would happen at this point,” Mondale said. “So we’re waiting. But we’re working. We’re being creative, and we’re being solutionfocused. I think there’s still a pretty good shot that we’ll have a good proposal ready for the elected leaders to take a look at — and hopefully in the right timeframe. I know the governor wants to get this done. He wants to get this done this year.” The Vikings have been waiting for a budget deal to be struck first. “Once that comes together, we’re confident that we’ll be ready and be in position to have a good discussion about a stadium solution,” Bagley said.

Officials Say Kentucky Bridge Project Can Be Changed By Bruce Schreiner ASSOCIATED PRESS

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Officials who want to build two new bridges over the Ohio River and redo a downtown interchange announced June 2 that they’ve found ways to cut the cost of the project by more than $1 billion. The project joins Kentucky and Indiana in an effort that supporters from both states say is crucial to the region’s economy. “Building them as fast as we can using smart, cost-effective designs will produce the best value for taxpayers and motorists alike,” said Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, who was unable to attend a news conference. Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer were there and said savings had been found that would lower the estimated cost from $4.1 billion to $2.9 billion. “We have brought it to a size and a scope that is doable,” Beshear said. The project includes a new span into downtown Louisville and one to the east that would connect Prospect, Ky., and Utica, Ind. It calls for rebuilding Louisville’s Kennedy Interchange, a web of intertwined ramps commonly referred to as “Spaghetti Junction.” With the scaled-down costs, officials

hoped to build more momentum for the long-planned project. But Beshear said the possibility of using tolls to help pay for the new bridges remains “very much on the table.” For months, the panel charged with financing the project has floated the idea of tolls on new and existing bridges as a way to pay for the new spans and a redesign of the junction where interstates 64, 65 and 71 converge near downtown Louisville. The prospect of tolls has drawn some public opposition. Paul Fetter, co-founder of a group that said it has collected thousands of signatures on petitions opposed to tolling, praised political leaders for shaving the project’s costs “We may possibly be at that point where I-65 may not need to be tolled,” he said. “We will continue our efforts until that is achieved.” Beshear said no decisions have been made. Kentucky and Indiana officials will compare the slimmed-down plan to two other options. But Beshear said he remains “dead serious about getting these bridges built,” and said Daniels and Fischer are equally committed. Fischer predicted that even deeper savings could be achieved. Low interest rates will lower borrowing costs, he said, and bid-

ding should be hotly competitive among construction firms eager for a piece of the project. “We’ve been talking about these bridges for far too long,” Fischer said. “It’s time for some action.” Officials have eyed starting construction of the new bridges in August 2012. Beshear conceded that’s an aggressive start date but said “we’ve got to be aggressive.” The officials said June 2 that the biggest chunk of savings would come from rebuild-

ing the Kennedy interchange in its current place rather than moving it to the south. That alone would save $800 million. Design changes to Interstate 65 in Southern Indiana would yield another $215 million in savings, and reducing the East End bridge from six to four lanes would produce $174 million in savings, they said. Kentucky Transportation Secretary Mike Hancock said projected traffic volumes show six lanes wouldn’t be needed for a long time.

Historic Indiana Bridge to Be Moved to Brownstown BROWNSTOWN, Ind. (AP) A 114-yearold southern Indiana bridge will be moved to the Jackson County Fairgrounds in Brownstown. County Commissioner Jerry Hounshel said the bridge over the Lahrman Ditch just south of U.S. 50 will be moved to over a creek in the antique tractor area of the fairgrounds. The county wants to replace the 36-ft.-

long bridge, but Hounshel said it can’t be demolished because it’s on a state list of historic bridges. He said if the bridge isn’t used somewhere, it has to be placed in storage. Officials said the county bridge crew will move the bridge and build the replacement. The Tribune of Seymour reported the bridge was built in 1896 and is a rare example of a very small scale truss construction.


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USED EQUIPMENT 2005 CAT 938GII

1993 BLAW KNOX PF400A

2001 BITELLI SF60

2006 CAT 345CL

s/n RTB01499, 3947 Hrs, Cab, A/C, 3.25 Yd GP Bkt, Ride Control, 20.5R25 Tires.... ......................................................$104,300

3845 Hrs, OMNI-1A Screed, John Deere Engine, Diesel Heat, Truck Hitch, Dual Controls ..........................................$21,000

2701 Hrs, 24” Cutter Head, Deutz Diesel, 61 Gallon Water Tank ....................$19,500

s/n ESD00199, 3870 hours, cab, 54” HD bucket, reach boom, 12’10” stick, counterweight removal device ............$280,000

2005 CAT 385C

1990 INGERSOLL RAND DD90HF

2006 CAT 320CL LONG REACH

2005 CAT D6R

s/n EDA00220, 4159 Hrs, GP Boom, 14’5” Stick, CWT Removal Devise, 84” Bkt HB Linkage ........................................$566,000

4519 Hrs ..........................................$29,500

Long Reach Front, 5546 Hrs, Cab, Pattern Changer, Aux Pump Drive, Bottom Guard, 45” Bkt ..........................................$105,000

s/n AFM00164, 5287 Hrs, Cab, A/C, SU Blade ............................................$135,000

2005 BOBCAT S185

1994 CAT 5130

2008 CAT 908H

2006 CAT 420E

299 Hrs, Cab, A/C, 85% Tires, Excellent Condition ........................................$28,500

Front Shovel, Idled 2009, Component Rebuild History Available............$325,000

s/n MXF00268, 626 hours, cab, a/c, 1.4yd gp bucket, forks ............................$91,500

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1001 Hrs, 12 & 24” Bkt, 950 Breaker ........ ........................................................$40,000

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Roland Machinery, Oliver Stores AEM: Stop Plans Add Norco Equipment to Lineup for Disruption of GPS Signals

Norco Equipment announced that two distributors of er half-dozen pellet plants. We worked with the conehead forestry machinery agreed recently to represent Norco in chipper when the idea was first being introduced, and we their regions. could see it was a valid concept.” Mark Hollister, Norco’s executive vice president of sales Norco has since developed a larger Dynamic 585 coneand marketing, reported that Roland Machinery Co. will be head model in the 600 to 800 hp range, and the 1,000 hp his firm’s authorized distributor in the Great Lakes Region, model 885 is ready to launch. With these, Morrison sees the while The Oliver Stores becomes the authorized Norco right production capacity for the conehead concept to suit his Equipment distributor in the New England states. market. Matt Hanson, the forestry division manager of Roland Matt Roland sees this specialization in Norco products as Machinery, said the arrival of Norco Equipment signals the a key to the company’s future success. welcome return of a locally based “Norco takes a ‘rifle shot’ equipment manufacturer in his approach to the market; they are a region. focused manufacturer, selecting its “There are lots of well-respectmarkets and targeting products for ed OEMs building equipment, but them. This makes them more we have to ask whether they are attentive to the customers too.” the right fit for the specific needs of our customers. Norco people Customer Focused and Norco machines give us the “We are a retail minded comparight fit for our producers. Norco ny,” Roland continued, “and it’s is based in the Lake States, for the easier to work with a company Lake States industry.” whose people have a retail base. At The Oliver Stores, President Our connection with Bruce Scott Morrison echoed Hanson’s [Sparky] Enstrom, vice president welcome of Norco products. Matt Hanson (L), the forestry division man- sales, Norco Equipment, goes back Norco offers producers a range of ager of Roland Machinery, and Bruce more than 30 years. We’re very machines especially suited to the Entsrom, vice president of sales of Norco keen on him as part of the Norco region’s cut-to-length operations. Equipment, pose in front of a new Puma 409 family. Having the Norco factory forwarder on site at the Roland “We try to offer our customers a 4-wheeled in our backyard will extend a valMachinery Branch in Escanaba, Mich. ‘stump to chip’ solution for their ued arm of our support to cusbusiness, similar to Norco’s product strategy. About 30 per- tomers.” cent of our producers are in cut-to-length, and we had gaps “The dealer focus at Norco was a big plus for us,” said in our line-up. Norco will help to fill the gaps in that area.” Morrison. “[Norco Chairman] Bill VanSant is well known as a man to be respected in the industry. And with Regional Product Offering Now Complete Manager Mike Taranovich located right in our territory with Both distributors highlight the Puma 220 track harvester his family business experience, that’s a huge benefit to us.” as a key addition to their offering. The Puma 220 is a 50,000 According to Hanson, Norco reflects its close connection lb. machine that offers the transportability and the light foot- to producers in the design of its equipment. print necessary for today’s cut-to-length business. With the “Our customers are independent producers who work Puma 220, Norco also has introduced a slide-out cab that very long hours; they’re very dedicated; they make all the provides clear, easy access for cleaning and routine service decisions for the business and they also do their own repairs. points. Norco’s simple design and their use of North American comMatt Roland, president of Roland Machinery, said the ponents make it easier for producers to do their servicing in launch of the Norco Harvester is a timely development for the field, without having to rely on factory technicians.” local producers. Simplicity gives Norco machines a cost advantage, too, “The 50,000 lb. harvesters were the largest category in our said Roland. territory until they no longer were being manufactured. The “Bells and whistles just add costs to equipment,” he said, Puma 220 harvester fills a real void in the industry.” “while our goal is to help customers control their costs.” Norco’s Puma line-up also offers a series of forwarders in The appointment of Roland Machinery and The Oliver the 9- and 12-ton (8 and 11 t) range. Stores gives Norco Equipment a foothold in two of “Norco puts us back into the 4-wheel forwarder business. America’s most productive forestry regions. Years ago, we represented the Iron Mule forwarders, which “Our company was created by people who have personal were a very popular machine that’s no longer available. The experience on the distributor side of the desk,” said Hollister. Puma 409 forwarder fills that gap and also gives our cus- “We do understand what it takes to make the business relatomers a choice of 4-wheel, 6-wheel and 8-wheel models.” tionship work for both sides, and I believe our success with these two top distributors shows that.” Meeting The Needs Of Biomass Producers The Oliver Stores will support Norco in Maine, New Morrison noted that the latest models of the Dynamic Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and chippers and grinders from Norco should also be attractive to Rhode Island. Roland Machinery will service Norco cusproducers in his region. tomers in Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois as well parts of “We have about 14 biomass plants in the area and anoth- Indiana and Missouri.

Statement by Dennis Slater PRESIDENT, THE ASSOCIATION OF EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS (AEM)

AEM is a founding member of the Coalition to Save Our GPS, as well as a member of the Transportation Construction Coalition (TCC). AEM calls on Congress, Transportation Secretary LaHood, and the Federal Communications Commission to stop the threat in the United States to Global Positioning Systems (GPS) posed by LightSquared, the company planning to deploy a nationwide broadband internet infrastructure of 40,000 ground stations. Not only would the 40,000 ground stations very likely render commercial and private GPS signals unreliable and in some cases useless, but implementing LightSquared’s plan would add unnecessary burdens to the U.S. economy. A study just released by the Coalition to Save Our GPS reveals that the stakes in this issue are very high and very real for our struggling economy. The numbers are staggering: more than 3.3 million jobs depend on GPS technology and the direct economic cost to U.S. commercial GPS users and manufacturers could be $96 billion. Allowing LightSquared to move forward with its plan would heighten uncertainty at a time when we are already economically challenged. Implementation would hurt two key machinery manufacturing areas represented by AEM, agriculture and construction. According to one AEM-member company, the LightSquared plan could degrade most if not all GPS receivers as far as 22 mi. from one of the 40,000 transmitters. The harm to highly-productive precision agricultural practices is clear. Farmer business plans depend on GPS information such as yield data, harvest weights, moisture data and other precision agriculture data. Interference with GPS signals up to 22 mi. away would devastate productivity and impede U.S. agriculture ability to help meet the compounding worldwide demand for food. In construction equipment manufacturing we are still recovering from the severe downturn of 2008-2009 and additional trouble for our industry is at best unwelcome. In a letter to Secretary LaHood, the TCC coalition explains that “Increasingly, the technology is used to map and survey construction sites including the location of buried and overhead utilities, facilitate precision grading and enhance material application. It also is used to prevent theft of construction equipment, and provide real-time monitoring for equipment maintenance. This GPS technology helps improve worker safety, reduces project delays, reduces fuel consumption and produces a more efficient work site. Any interference with these signals would be extremely disruptive to the many benefits GPS has brought to construction sites.” The TCC letter also makes it clear that “We do not object to the goals of increasing wireless data capacity and competition but the available test data has shown overwhelming interference, and LightSquared should not be allowed to launch in the spectrum adjacent to GPS and jeopardize construction operations.” We respectfully ask Congress and the Administration to stop the LightSquared plan.


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2007 ASV SR80 Rubber Tracked Skidsteer, 598 Hrs, Cab/ Heat/AC, Hyd. Quick Attach, 2 Speed, HI Flow, Tracks & U/C in Very Good Condition, This unit will sell with a Choice of Attachments ..........Without Bucket $36,900 ....................................With Bucket $37,900 ..........................With Show Pusher $39,900

2005 Bobcat S300, Cab/Heat/AC, Hi-Flow Hyd, Hydrauli Quick-Attach, VTS Track System, New Tires, 410 Hrs, This machine is in like new condition. Cat/Case Controls Selectable ..........................................$36,900

2006 John Deere CT332 Tracked Skidsteer, Cab/Heat/A/C, 2 Spd, 650 Hrs, Nice Clean Machine, Used only in Black Dirt, Track & U/C in Excellent Cond. You’ll be impressed w/ how clean machine is ....$27,900

2008 ASV PT70, Cab/Heat/A/C, Hyd Quick Attach, 70HP, 15" Tracks, Hi Flow, and Std Flow, 2750# Lift, 7 MPH Travel, Joystick Controls, Like New only 100 Hrs. Has a Bucket w/Bolt On Edge ............................$41,900

2007 Hyundai Tracked ROBEX180 LC-7 Excavator w/EX500 Gyro-Trac Mulching Head, 235HP Cummins Tier II PowerPac, Cab/Heat/AC, Unit is Like New and Ready to Work. Please Call for More Info and Location. Excavator-Mitsubishi S6S-DT 126HP Engine, 40,120#’s ................$199,900

Bobcat S185 Skidloader w/ 979 hrs. Nice Unit Runs Like New, Extremely Tight. 61hp Kubota Turbo Diesel Engine, New Tires and Rims, Comes w/ Smooth Bucket, Hand/ Foot Controls, Someone Will Be Happy w/ This Purchase, Fully Serviced & Ready for Work, Professional Paint & Decals..............$19,500

2005 Case CX50B Excavator w/1634 Hrs, s/n N5TN81488, Extremely Tight, Yanmar Diesel, Factory Paint 8 1-2 out of 10, Tracks 75% in Average Condition w/Cuts Everywhere but still very usable, Unit weighs 10,500 Lbs ........................................$28,000

2009 Bobcat S250 K-Series, 2500 hrs. Cab/Heat/Air, Hand/Foot Cntrls, Susp. Seat, Factory 12-16.5 Bobcat Heavy Wall Tires @ 90%, New Rims, Paint rated a 9/10 (we did not paint unit) 80" Factory bkt w/ Cutting Edge, Boom Tight for hrs, Std Quik Tach. 2500lb lift cap., 75 hp Kubota Turbo Dsl Eng, Hyd. Fan. K-Series Unit Before Doosan took over Bobcat, USA Engineered ................................................$27,900

2008 Bobcat S185 Skidloader w/614 Hrs! NICE! Unit will come w/ New Tires Installed. 61hp Kubota Turbo Diesel, Standard Hand/Foot Controls, Factory 7 Pin Auxillary Hook-up, Factory Plug-in Block Heater, Extremely Tight, Fresh Engine Service, Factory 68" Bkt w/ No Cutting Edge but in VG condition. Some-one will be happy w/this purchase. Factory Paint rated @ a 9 out of 10 ....$24,900

2003 Bobcat 337 Mini Excavator, 3550 hrs. New Paint, Serviced and Ready for Work, 53 HP Kubota Diesel Engine, Tracks @ 60-70% in Good Condition, Good Undercarriage, 18” Bucket w/ Manual X-Change System, Unit Weighs 11,040 lbs. No Cracks, No Leaks, No Welds. Max Dig Depth is 12ft ..............................$17,900

Nice Case CX330, Cab, Heat, A/C, Interior of Cab Very Clean, Undercarriage Looks Very Good, Nice Clean Well Kept Unit. 2.49 Cu. Yd Bucket ..........................$109,900

2010 John Deere 318D, Stk # RG-318D, 178 hrs, Cab/Heat/ÅC, EROPS, Hyd Quick Attach, Single Speed, 10x16.5 Tires @ 90%, Machine like new ............$26,900

1995 JLG 40H Boom Lift, 4194 Hrs, 96" Basket, 4WD, 3 Cyl Duetz Engine, 12V Generator, 1000# Cap., 45% Grade, 12.5X15 Goodyear Tires @ 50%, Self Level, This Unit Runs Good And Ready To Work....................$9,900

2009 Terex TC125 Tracked Excavator, A/B Pattern Control Switch, Full Vision Steel Cab, 30" Pads, 98" Front Dozer Blade w/Float, Cab/Heat/A/C. NEW MACHINE, 94HP, 15'4" Digging Depth, 27'2" Reach, Weighs 28,000#'s! ..............................................$92,900

2005 Bobcat S175 Skidloader w/ Cab/Heat (aftermarket heater) 1255hrs, Non Turbo Diesel Kubota, New Paint, New Decals, Tires @ 75%. 68" factory Smooth Bucket w/ Bolt On Cutting Edge, Runs and Operates Very Well, Work Ready Unit ......................$17,900

2006 SR-80 with 1037 hours, 80 Hp, 2 SPD, Hyd. Quick Attach, Rear Window, Polycarb front door, 20" tracks, 72" Bkt ............$28,500

1996 Caterpillar D5C Series III LGP Dozer, 6 Way Dozer Blade, OROPS, 90HP, 7400Hrs, New Transmission by Zeigler @ 7000hrs That Cost $15,000.00, This unit is in Good Running Condition ..................$20,500

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2000 Deere TC54H, 9015 hrs, Cab, OROPS, Nice Clean Loader, 20.5x25 Tires Mismatched-10%, OROPS, JRB Coupler, New Forks..........................................$41,900


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2005 VOLVO EC210B LC, Stk #: UEF097; 3,817 Hrs; A/C, Radio, 32" Pads, 9'6" Stick, Aux Hyd, Q/C Piping, Rotator Piping, Pilot Pattern Cntl Change $84,000

2001 VOLVO L330D, S/N: 61108; 11,000 Hours; Cab, A/C, Contronics, Boom Susp, CDC, 9CY Spade Nose Bucket w/Teeth, 35/65R33 Tires ..................Call

2004 VOLVO L60E, Stk #: UDA367; 5,259 Hours; Cab, A/C, Hyd Attachment Bracket, 20.5R25 Tires, 2.2CY Bucket w/BOE ..................................$84,500

2007 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 13747; 3,210 Hours; A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES, TEFLON LINERS ............ ..........................................$339,000

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1996 VOLVO A25C, S/N: 60795; 10,500 Hours; A/C, CONTRONICS, 23.5-25 TIRES .... ..........................................................$89,000 1996 VOLVO A25C, S/N: 60790; 10,500 Hours; A/C, CONTRONICS, 23.5-25 TIRES .... ..........................................................$89,000 1993 VOLVO A25C, S/N: 8072; 12,000 Hours; HEATER. 23R25 TIRES 10%, BODY HEAT, 6X6 ....................................................$59,000 2007 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 13874; 3,491 Hours; A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES, TEFLON LINERS ............................................$339,000 2006 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 13033; 4,488 Hours ........................................................$279,000 2006 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 13152; 4,441 Hours ........................................................$279,000 2005 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 12171; 3,753 Hours; A/C, CONTRNICS, 29.5R25 TIRES, TAILGATE ........................................................$275,000 2005 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 70051; 6,311 Hours; A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES, TAILGATE, BODY HEAT ..........................$259,000 2005 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 12173; 5,312 Hours; AC, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES, TAILGATE ........................................................$259,000 2004 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 11341; 3,433 Hours; AC, CONTRONICS, 29.5-25 TIRES (90%), TAILGATE ........................................$285,000 2004 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 11223; 4,790 Hours; A/C, Contronics, 29.5R25 Tires ......$275,000 2004 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 11026; 4,254 Hours; A/C, CONTRNICS, 29.5R25 TIRES ..$269,000 2003 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 10772; 5,834 Hours; A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES................ ........................................................$265,000 2003 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 10826; 7,321 Hours; A/C, CONTRNICS, 29.5R25 TIRES ..$199,000

2002 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 60169; 7,465 Hours; A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES................ ........................................................$195,000 2002 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 60138; 8,291 Hours; A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES, TAILGATE ................................................$185,000 2001 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 60060; 8,180 Hours; A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES................ ........................................................$195,000 2001 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 60058; 8,236 Hours; A/C, CONTRNICS, 29.5R25 TIRES ..$169,000 2000 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 10090; 8,801 Hours; A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES................ ........................................................$169,000

2005 VOLVO L70E, Stk #: UDI638; 6,271 Hours; Cab, A/C, Hyd Attachment Bracket, 20.5R25 Tires, 2.5CY Bucket w/BOE .............. ..........................................................$87,500 2004 VOLVO L70E, Stk #: UFI340; 9,961 Hours; Cab, A/C, Contronics, Hydraulic Attachment Bracket, Front Diff Lock, 2.9cy Bucket, 20.5R25 Tires ......................$73,500 2003 VOLVO L90E, Stk #: UBA183; 8,136 Hours; Cab, A/C, Hyd Attachment Bracket, 20.5R25 Tires, 3.5CY Bucket w/BOE .............. ..........................................................$99,000 2005 VOLVO L110E, Stk #: UJJI424; 3,540 Hours; Cab, A/C, Hyd Attachment Bracket, 23.5R25 Tires, 4.1CY Bkt w/BOE ....$127,500 2010 VOLVO L110F, 447 Hours; Cab, A/C, Radio w/CD, Boom Susp, 3rd Function, Block Heater, 4.4cy Bucket, 23.5R25 Tires .............. ........................................................$212,500 2005 VOLVO L220E, Stk #: UBF297; 16,656 Hours; Cab, A/C, Radio, Return to Dig, Boom Susp, 7cy Bucket w/BOE, 29.5R25 Tires, Recent Transmission ......................$109,000 1999 VOLVO L330C, S/N: 60392; 22,268 Hours; Cab, A/C, Contronics, Boom Susp, CDC, 9CY Spade Nose Bucket w/Teeth, 35/65R33 Tires ........................................Call 1996 VOLVO L330C, S/N: 60125; 22,031 Hours; Cab, A/C, Contronics, Boom Susp, 9CY Spade Nose Bucket w/Teeth, 35/65R33 Tires..........................................................Call 2001 VOLVO L330D, S/N: 61108; 11,000 Hours; Cab, A/C, Contronics, Boom Susp, CDC, 9CY Spade Nose Bucket w/Teeth, 35/65R33 Tires ........................................Call

2005 VOLVO EC210B LC, Stk #: UEF097; 3,817 Hours; A/C, Radio, 32" Pads, 9'6" Stick, Aux Hyd, Q/C Piping, Rotator Piping, Pilot Pattern Control Change......................$84,000 2003 VOLVO EC210B LC, S/N: 843; 8,356 Hours; A/C, Radio, 32" Pads, 9'6" Stick, Aux Hyd, Geith Pin Grabber, 48" Bucket ..........Call 2004 VOLVO EC360B LC, Stk #: UBF800; 4,702 Hours; A/C, 36" pds, 12'10" stck, Aux hyd, Q/C piping, Pilot pat cntrl ................Call 2003 VOLVO EC360B LC, Stk #: UJJ616; 5,509 Hours; 12' 10"' ARM; AC; RADIO; 36" PADS; 70% UC; 54" P/O BUCKET; PILOT PATTERN CONTROL CHANGE ........................Call 2003 VOLVO EC460B LC, Stk #: UJGF433; 3,472 Hours; A/C, Radio, 36" Pads, 15'9" Stick, Pilot Pattern Control Change, Aux Hyd, 66" Bucket........................................$179,500

GENERATOR SETS VOLVO 320 KW, S/N: 2012638315; 320 KW .. ................................................................Call 2006 VOLVO 500 KW, For Sale or Rent. Call Denny or Brek for price & details. Skid Unit .. ................................................................Call 2006 VOLVO 500 KW, S/N: 021732; 7,588 Hours; Volvo 500 kw in a trailer ..............Call 2005 VOLVO 500 KW, S/N: 021732; For Sale or Rent. Call Denny or Brek for price & details. Skid Unit ......................................Call

OFF HIGHWAY TRUCKS 2007 VOLVO A40D, S/N: 13747; 3,210 Hours; A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES, TEFLON LINERS ............................................$339,000

WHEEL LOADERS 2004 VOLVO L60E, Stk #: UDA367; 5,259 Hours; Cab, A/C, Hyd Attachment Bracket, 20.5R25 Tires, 2.2CY Bucket w/BOE .............. ..........................................................$84,500 2004 VOLVO L60E, Stk #: UDH430; 7,451 Hours; Cab, A/C, Hyd Attachment Bracket, New 20.5R25 Tires, 2.2CY Bucket w/BOE ...... ..........................................................$84,500 2002 VOLVO L70D, Stk #: UDG937; 1,907 Hours; Cab, Contronics, Boom Susp, Hyd Attachment Bracket, Limited Slip Diff, 2.5cy Bucket, 20.5-25 Tires ........................$89,500 2002 VOLVO L70D, Stk #: UFF989; 10,497 Hours; Cab, A/C, Hyd Attachment Bracket, 20.5-25 Tires, 2.5CY Bucket w/BOE................ ..........................................................$67,500 2005 VOLVO L70E, Stk #: UBG916; 2,320 Hours; Cab, A/C, Hyd Attachment Bracket, 20.5R25 Tires, 2.5CY Bucket w/BOE .............. ..........................................................$99,000

WE ALSO HAVE AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT. PLEASE CALL DENNY KREUSER (608) 386-8480 FOR MORE INFO.


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TrynEx International Moves to New Michigan Facility

TrynEx International has moved into a new plant in Madison Heights, Mich.

TrynEx International, the manufacturer of SnowEx, TurfEx and SweepEx product lines, has moved into a new plant in Madison Heights, Mich. The facility positions TrynEx for future expansion, and it allows the company to set up a lean manufacturing system through a partnership with the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC). Much larger than its previous building, TrynEx’s new 130,000-sq.-ft. facility allows plenty of room for development and growth. It also contains multiple new features to improve the assembly and shipping processes. These include flexible lean manufacturing lines, ergonomic tooling and a pick-andpack order fulfillment system. Furthermore, the building includes a training center for staging corporate meetings and forums, making it more guest-friendly for visiting dealers and OEMs. “Through the new facility and our involvement with MMTC, we’ve invested heavily in the future of our distributors, dealers, OEMs, customers and employees,” said Bern Buczek, marketing director of TrynEx. “We’re also positioning ourselves as a premier manufacturer in the state of Michigan.” In business for more than 30 years, TrynEx started as a lawn and landscape contractor that began developing its own line of equipment. This perspective and approach led to rapid growth, as this is the second time the company has moved to a larger plant since its inception. Today, TrynEx’s line of equipment includes SnowEx products for the snow and ice industry, TurfEx products for lawn, golf and turf care, and SweepEx commercial and industrial sweeping solutions. For more information, call 800/725-8377 or visit www.tyrnexfactory.com.

Ed Gerber Joins LBX as General Industry Pioneer... Manager of International Business Ferruccio Moritsch, Innovator of Tower Crane Industry, Dies

Ed Gerber has joined LBX to lead the company’s sales expansion efforts throughout Latin America, including Brazil.

Ed Gerber has joined LBX to lead the company’s sales expansion efforts throughout Latin America, including Brazil. Gerber comes to LBX with extensive experience in the construction equipment industry, having spent 23 years with Wacker Corporation. He held the position of international sales representative for Latin America prior to moving to Brazil as the managing director of Wacker Maquinas Ltda. Gerber later returned to Wacker’s headquarters located in Wisconsin, where he was responsible for both sales and product management for the Asia Pacific region. Gerber then moved to Tokyo, Japan, where he spent nine years as the managing director of Wacker’s Japanese division, Nippon Wacker Co. Ltd. “As we establish LBX in Brazil and expand our business throughout the balance of Latin America there is no one better to lead our efforts than Ed,” said Mike Davis, vice president of marketing and sales. “He knows the cultures and fluently speaks the languages of each country, and has the industry experience and strong business acumen to have an immediate impact to quickly grow our business throughout the region.” For more information, call 859/245-3900, or visit www.lbxco.com

Ferruccio Moritsch, pioneer and innovator of the tower crane industry, passed away at the age of 76 on July 9 in Italy. After founding Comedil in 1962 and Recom in 2004, Mr. Ferruccio consistently pioneered the tower crane industry worldwide throughout his lifetime with the development of a significant number of tower crane products and innovations marked notably by the launch of the first Hammerhead tower crane in 1965, the first telescopic self-erecting tower crane in 1968, the first luffing boom tower crane in 1988, and the first extra large 44 ton (40 t) capacity flat top tower crane in 2005. Acquired by Terex Corp., Comedil became part of Terex Cranes in 1999 where Mr. Ferruccio continued to share his experience and accomplishments with his daughter Martina, general manager of Terex Cranes Global Tower Crane business, son Simone, Global Tower Crane sales director, and their team at the company’s tower crane facility in Fontanafredda, PN, Italy. Recom, that is partially Terex-owned since 2010, has been co-managed by Mr.

Ferruccio Moritsch

Ferruccio’s first son Mariano, under his father’s leadership, over recent years. Today, Mr. Ferruccio’s three children will continue to develop their father’s proud legacy under and in collaboration with the Terex Cranes brand.


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Wacker Neuson Announces Technical Academy Class The Wacker Neuson Technical Academy has scheduled its second prep course for the ACI Specialty Commercial/Industrial Concrete Floor Finishers certification. Any concrete contractor wanting to expand their techniques and give themselves an extra edge prior to taking the ACI certification test is welcome to attend. The class will be held Sept. 12 to 13, 2011, at Wacker Neuson’s Menomonee Falls, Wis., training campus. The course is conducted by 17time Golden Trowel Award winner Bryan Birdwell and Wacker Neuson’s team of professional product and application instructors. Birdwell has proven his expertise in producing the flattest, most level concrete floors in the world. He joined Wacker Neuson’s Technical Academy team to teach contractors his best practices and give them the technical skills they need to pass the highest level industrial/commercial certification exams. Wacker Neuson’s training team has conducted hundreds of product, application and service training sessions at the

Bryan Birdwell, 17-time golden trowel award winner works with students at the Wacker Neuson Technical Academy. Birdwell and Wacker Neuson have partnered to offer concrete contractors a comprehensive training course to prepare for the ACI Specialty Commercial/Industrial Floor Finishers Certification test. The March 2011 class achieved a slab rating of Ff152/FI 150 during their hands-on pour.

Menomonee Falls facility and in the field. The two-day course includes interactive classroom discussions focused on construction concrete floors with topics including F-numbers, constructing proper sub-grade, mix design, hand and power tools, trowel machine patterns and troubleshooting. The highlight of the course is an actual concrete pour where students can participate in the complete concrete process. The Wacker Neuson Technical Academy’s goal is that after completing the course, all participants are fully prepared to complete the written and skills portions of the official ACI Specialty Commercial/Industrial Floor Finishers certification test. Wacker Neuson is offering the class at the introductory price of $250, which includes two days of instruction including the actual concrete pour, ACI Certification Workbook CP-10(05), hotel accommodations and lunches. For more information, visit www.wackerneusontech.com.

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manufacturing cranes, is hoping the project will seal its reputation as a top-notch builder able to meet the most stringent safety and quality specifications. Its parent company, China Communications Construction Co., has built some of China’s biggest bridges but made little progress in breaking into big-league projects in the United States and Europe. So far, most big overseas building projects undertaken by Chinese companies have been in developing regions, where political and economic risk are highest. The Bay Bridge project reflects their eagerness to take on landmark projects in the west. “The U.S. is the world’s most advanced country, and the San Francisco Bay Bridge will be a bridge of the highest quality,” Zhou Jichang, chairman of Zhenhua and its parent company, China Communications Construction Co., told The Associated Press in an interview. “We believe this bridge is very important. When people see it, they will ask, ‘Who built it’” he said. “This will really raise our brand image.” Five years after work started, the last four pieces —which will anchor the bridge’s life-

line suspension cables and took 3 million hours of labor to build — are awaiting shipment to San Francisco. “The new bridge will reflect the character of those who built it,” said Tony Anziano, manager of the toll bridge program at the California Department of Transportation. “The work is done. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.” Still, two more years of work lie ahead before the new self-anchored suspension bridge’s expected Sept. 2, 2013, opening. “First and foremost, the new span is a safety project,” said Steve Heminger, executive director of San Francisco’s Metropolitan Transportation Commission. “Success will only be achieved when we remove travelers from the seismic risk of traveling on the existing bridge,” he said. The decision to save some $400 million by outsourcing the fabrication of the main sections of the bridge to Zhenhua reflected global realities, especially of the aging American steel industry, he said. The Chinese company has gargantuan facilities, some 35,000 workers and the ability to make and deliver the huge crane needed to lift the new sections of the bridge into place. In a shipside ceremony July 11, the

American contractors building the new span of the bridge, American Bridge Co. and joint venture partner Fluor Enterprises Inc. repeatedly praised the 2,000 Chinese who worked on the project for their diligence and professionalism. “For the stakeholders, failure was never an option,” said Michael Flowers, CEO of American Bridge. The first shipment of segments of the bridge’s deck was delayed by a few weeks two years ago due to welding problems that were soon resolved. Zhenhua had strong incentive to meet its deadlines, Zhou noted: delays would cost it $350,000 a day. The U.S. side dispatched dozens of experts to Shanghai to help ensure the work would meet the exacting specifications required to make the bridge “the world’s toughest,” as the magazine Popular Mechanics quipped. The help brought welcome improvements in Zhenhua’s expertise and technology, said Zhou. “This project was of enormous benefit to us from a technical point of view,” he said. Zhenhua’s parent company, China Communications Construction Co., or CCCC, has built many of China’s biggest

bridges and other major structures. But Zhou conceded that meeting San Francisco’s stringent specifications was a challenge. The bridge must handle an average of 300,000 vehicles a day and be strong enough to withstand any quake. “In general, if a bridge is able to withstand an earthquake without collapsing or breaking, that is good enough,” Zhou said. “But this requirement was that it be usable right after a quake.” “CCCC has made such bridges but there is a big gap in terms of the standards required,” he said. Zhou shrugged off California’s chronic budget troubles, saying they were not an issue given China’s huge holdings of U.S. Treasury bonds. “We never questioned that we would get our money,” he said. “We trust the Americans, the people and their government.” “We look at it this way. The Statue of Liberty is an excellent symbol for America. We are hoping the new San Francisco Bay Bridge, after it is built, will also become a symbolic project. We expect it to have a great impact on our future development.”


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Brent Spence Bridge Doesn’t Have Quick-Fix Options COVINGTON, Ky. (AP) A fatal accident on the Brent Spence Bridge in June has spurred talk of finding a quick fix for the outdated, overcrowded structure, but The Kentucky Enquirer reports there isn’t one. Some suggestions to make the 48-year-old Ohio River bridge that connects Covington to Cincinnati safer include reinstating emergency lanes, reducing the speed limit, banning trucks and rerouting all traffic. But transportation officials say those ideas won’t work. Mark Policinski, who is executive director of the Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments, said the problems with safety and congestion on the bridge “are 30 years in the making. There are no simple solutions.” A replacement bridge is in the works, but it isn’t expected to open for at least another decade. Preliminary engineering on the project is under way now, but construction isn’t slated to start until 2015 —and that’s only if funding is secured from the federal government, the state of Kentucky and the state of Ohio. The cost is estimated at more than $2 billion and construction is expected to take about seven years. The bridge was designed to carry 80,000 vehicles per day, but now averages more than twice that number. The death of a man who was knocked off the bridge while trying to push his stalled car has revived debate about ways to make the span safer now. Transportation officials say reinstating shoulders for emergency stops isn’t practical or feasible. The shoulders were removed in 1986 to accommodate increasing traffic across the bridge. “It would, I think, greatly, greatly help the safety issues,” Policinski said. “It would probably also back up traffic to Dayton.” Rob Hans, chief engineer of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s District 6 in Fort Mitchell, said there are simply too many vehicles crossing the bridge to make it work. A reduced speed limit wouldn’t work either because it would create massive traffic backups, Hans said. Studies show that banning trucks, which make up less than 20 percent of daily traffic across the span, has more drawbacks than benefits, Hans said. While rerouting all traffic hasn’t been studied, officials say that idea isn’t practical and could shift the problem to other roadways. Transportation officials say there may not be any easy solutions, but they are doing what they can until the span is replaced. In an effort to improve signs and get drivers in proper lanes sooner, Kentucky officials added car-sized decals to the pavement of northbound lanes in May. Before that, drivers had to read directional signs on bridge beams overhead and those unfamiliar with the area had little time to react. “The real problem is how long it takes to build things in this country,” Policinski said. “The federal process is awful, it’s broken, and now we see that it’s dangerous.”

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AGC Calls for Major Changes Deere WorkSight Streamlines to Fed Infrastructure Programs Customer Fleet Management The Associated General Contractors of America outlined major changes needed to federal infrastructure programs to refocus on projects that are in the national interest and to restore public confidence in those programs. The reform recommendations are based on a new analysis the association conducted that identified a lack of focus and significant inefficiencies with the current approach to many federal programs. “There’s no doubt investing in infrastructure is in the national interest,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “But the fact is our federal infrastructure programs have become so unfocused and ineffective that public support for funding them has declined precipitously.” Among the recommendations outlined in “The Case for Infrastructure & Reform” are eliminating infrastructure programs, like protecting covered bridges and building bike lanes, that aren’t in the federal interest and giving state and local officials more flexibility. The association also is calling for streamlining the federal environmental review process, setting timelines for completing those reviews and for filing

anti-infrastructure lawsuits and eliminating the current approach to earmarking infrastructure funds. The association also is calling for measures to make it easier to encourage private sector investment in infrastructure facilities by eliminating restrictions on tolling highways, establishing public benefit bonds and rewarding states for enacting enabling legislation. In addition, the association identifies ways to encourage greater private sector operation of infrastructure, especially transit systems, as a way to reduce costs and improve services. The association’s recommendations are designed to address many of the significant problems with the current federal approach to investing in infrastructure, Sandherr noted. For example, the current approach actually makes it difficult to attract private sector capital, limits state and local flexibility in building infrastructure projects and spends too much money on projects that are not in the national interest. “Reforming the federal approach to infrastructure is crucial to ensuring America’s continued prosperity and national economic security,” Sandherr said.

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In May, construction spending at the state and local level fell 1.2 percent to $246.6 billion — the lowest point since November 2006. Spending at the federal level rose 2.1 percent to $29.6 billion. “This still-rocky environment is still hurting consumer confidence,” said Jennifer H. Lee, senior economist at BMO Capital Markets. Homeowners are renovating their houses rather than moving. Builders are struggling to compete with a wave of foreclosures that are forcing down prices of previously occupied homes. Older, re-sold homes are a comparative bargain and in great supply. The median price for a previously occupied home in May was $166,500. New homes are about $56,100 higher, or nearly 31 percent. The gap is largely due to the flood of foreclosures and short sales, when lenders accept less than what’s owed on mortgages. “Given the glut of homes on the market and in the foreclosure pipeline, homebuilders have little incentive to build,” said Sam Bullard, senior economist at Wells

Fargo Securities. The Obama administration’s signature foreclosure-prevention program is struggling to help many at-risk borrowers permanently lower their mortgage payments. More than half of the 1.6 million homeowners who have entered the program have fallen out entirely. That compares with roughly 731,000 homeowners who have had their mortgages permanently lowered as of May. Of those who have received modifications, roughly 21,300 homeowners, or 3 percent, have had the principal amounts on their mortgages reduced, according to the U.S. Treasury Department. The median principal amount reduced is $69,532, or about 32 percent of the loan. Lenders are not required to reduce principal amounts. Building on private projects fell 0.4 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $477 billion in May. Non-residential construction, which includes factories, offices, amusement and recreation, lodging and transportation, ticked up 0.1 percent in May. That increase would have been larger but was pulled down by weak commercial construction spending.


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Hyundai Relocates Corporate Headquarters to Norcross

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. (HCEA) will be relocating its corporate headquarters to Norcross in Gwinnett County, Ga. For the past 15 years Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas nc. has been based out of Elk Grove Village, ll. The HCEA facility is located at 6100 Atlantic Blvd. in Norcross, and expects to be ully operational by the third quarter of 2011. HCEA’s Norcross operations will house he company’s headquarters and warehouse, and have office space for the company’s inance, sales, remanufacturing and service operations for both the construction equipment and forklift product lines. HCEA will maintain a secondary parts and service depot at their current location in Elk Grove Village. This location will house additional parts for both the construction equipment and forklift ines, as well as technical service and parts staff. As a key business hub in Georgia, Norcross was selected as the site of HCEA’s headquarters and warehouse facility due in arge part to the community’s access to major highways and other logistics benefits and proximity to the company’s customers’ distribution operations. “I want to thank Gov. Deal and all those nvolved in the process that made our deci-

HCEA’s Norcross operations will house the company’s headquarters and warehouse, and have office space for the company’s finance, sales, remanufacturing and service operations for both the construction equipment and forklift product lines.

sion to move to Georgia an easy one,” said John Lim, president of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. “Given that this is the headquarters of the Americas, we needed a location that was strategically located not only for access to markets in the southeastern United States but

South and Central America as well. Georgia, Gwinnett County and the city of Norcross will be ideal as we grow our business for the future.” With the relocation of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. (HCEA) headquarters and warehouse facili-

ties to Norcross in Gwinnett County, Ga., the project will create approximately 100 jobs over five years and generate more than a $10 million investment in the community. Deal expressed his gratitude and optimism for HCEA’s decision to relocate to Norcross and said, “Hyundai Construction Equipment has a global reputation as a leader in providing its customers with innovative, high-quality equipment that serves all facets of the construction industry. I am glad that Georgia’s strategic resources create opportunities for our state to attract wellknown international companies like HCE, and help to broaden our presence in the global business community. It is my honor to welcome HCE to Georgia, and I look forward to the company’s continued growth in our state.” HCE operates under its Ulsan, South Korea-based Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. parent company. The company was formed in 1991 to focus on the needs of Hyundai’s construction equipment market. HCE offers more than 18 different models of excavators, four models of forestry machines, and six wheel loaders. For more information, visit www.hceamericas.com.

Signs Remind Drivers of a Highway’s Local History By Mike Donahey TIMES-REPUBLICAN

MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (AP) The large blue L’s, seen by drivers posted on bridges, monuments and utility poles for the renown Lincoln Highway, are as much a part of Central Iowa landscape as corn and soybean fields. Now, drivers will see even more of the bold L’s displayed on new Iowa Byway Heritage route signs installed along its route. In Marshalltown, one sign is near the intersection of E. Anson Street and Third Avenue South, once part of the famous highway’s route. Others are on the “Crooked Bridge” corner northeast of the Shady Oaks campground and on 12th Avenue and on E. Olive Street according to Marshalltown resident Mary Gift. Their purpose: remind all of the roadway’s prominence in local history and national transportation. The project from concept to sign installation, was the work of many, including the National Scenic Byways organization, national and

state Lincoln Highway Associations, Iowa Resource, Conservation and Development offices and their planning committees. Prairie Rivers of Iowa RC&D office in Ames, managed by Carman Rosburg, monitored the installation of Marshalltown and other Central Iowa signs. Signs have been installed statewide along the highway route which follows Highway 30. The Lincoln Highway was established in 1913 and construction began in 1914. It was the first transcontinental highway stretching from New York to San Francisco. In Iowa, it begins in Clinton in the east and ends in Council Bluffs in the west, passing through 13 counties and running 472 mi. It was renamed U.S. Highway 30 in 1926. “I think of the Lincoln Highway as being iconic, like Route 66,” said local historian and researcher Jay Carollo. “I liked to call it and others ‘blue highways,’ because as secondary roads once, they were outlined in blue. Another reason I

like the Lincoln Highway and others is that they generated many family-owned and operated business. Here, Shady Oaks campground, home of the Big Treehouse, is a prime example. Years ago as a Lincoln Highway business it offered cabins, gasoline and a restaurant for travelers. Colonel Sanders and Kentucky Fried Chicken got its start on similar highway in Kentucky.” Carollo has other memories of the Lincoln Highway. “I remember they identified the highway route with large concrete pillars,” he said. “Some had bronze markers, others did not.” There were several routes in Marshalltown according to Lincoln Highway historian Harlan Quick of State Center. He told the Times-Republican previously that Marshalltown’s Main Street was once part of the route. The Third Avenue viaduct also was on the route and near Stone’s Restaurant, according to owner Steve Badger. A large blue L marks the route on a utility pole at the intersection

of Church Street and Ninth Street identifying a route and other L’s can be found on E. Anson Street. Central Iowans in Tama, Marshall and Story counties have seen the L’s on roadways and in towns where the route was plotted. On the east side of Tama is a bridge with large concrete letters which spell out “Lincoln Highway.” Quick, a retired history teacher, researched archives from the State Center newspaper and Iowa Department of Transportation records to chronicle four different Lincoln Highway/U.S. 30 routes in State Center. Niland’s Cafe in Colo is another Lincoln Highway landmark. The restored cafe is in the middle of the Reed-Niland corner located at a “Y” formed by the Lincoln and Jefferson (U.S. Highway 65) Highways. In the 1920s and 30s, the corner was home to a ’round the clock, seven days a week gas station, restaurant and motel. The Lincoln Highway and others were instrumental in creating the nation’s present day Interstate

systems. Historians acknowledged that President Dwight D. Eishenhower was instrumental in promoting the network and making it a reality. Eisenhower and other Army officers had taken a cross-country trip in 1918. The experience of traveling over gravel and dirt roads made an impact on him and fellow soldiers. As a career military man, he understood the importance of an effective transportation system to move troops and supplies in peace and war. In the Marshalltown area, former Times-Republican publisher D.W. Norris was instrumental along with other business and civic leaders in demanding that main highways be paved and secondary roads be graveled in a “get us out of the mud” campaign. The June 6, 1949 T-R’s “Fifty Years of Progress in Marshalltown” reported that the first highway paving in the county was laid May 13, 1921 by the Wright Construction Co. near the junctions of highways 30 and 14 south of the city.”


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Geosystems’ Guidance System Speeds Repair Project

Leica PowerDigger 3D system at work on a Komatsu hydraulic excavator.

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Southeastern Equipment Adds Leasing, Rental Manager Southeastern Equipment Company recently announced Jason Miller has joined the company as leasing and rental manager. In his new position, Miller is responsible for expanding rental and leasing sales across all of the company’s locations. “We are pleased that Jason has joined the company,” said Charlie Patterson, president of Southeastern Equipment. “He will be traveling with our sales representatives throughout our territory to provide leasing and rental quotes to customers right on the spot.” Miller has nearly 10 years of experience in the heavy equipment industry, with more than half of that time focused in the rental area.

A 3D excavator guidance system is helping the earthmoving subcontractor to beat the schedule by 15 percent on a $9-million channel repair project for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Topeka, Kan. Ebert Construction Co., Wamego, Kan., is using Leica Geosystems machine control systems on its excavators to help reshape 2.5 mi. (4 km) of the channel at Soldier Creek, which is contained by two parallel levees spaced 300 ft. (91 m) apart. A major flood in 2005 eroded the creek banks and this project will repair the damage, helping to prevent further flooding upstream of the repaired area. Ebert has engaged a fleet of earthmoving equipment to remove 350,000 cu. yds. (267,594 cu m) of earth from the side slopes and take them to waste areas behind the levee. Some 170,000 cu. yds. (129,974 cu m) are being moved from cuts to fills on the slopes Two Komatsu hydraulic excavators, each fitted with a Power Digger 3D machine control system from Leica Geosystems, are being used to

shape the side slopes. Each slope is designed with an upper and a lower bank, both on a 3:1 slope and separated by a gentler 10:1 slope. Jim Ebert, project manager for the contractor, said the Leica Power Digger 3D systems improve the excavators’ efficiency because no grade checking is needed. He further said that the systems save Ebert $40,000 a year by eliminating the grade checker. The Power Diggers’ screens show the operators the cuts and fills on a continuous basis. “Plus”, said Ebert, “we can work underwater without having a grade checker climb into the water.” “The Leica Geosystems GPS system takes the guesswork out of grading for the operators,” said Trent Ebert, project superintendent. “And there’s no more calling us to say the stakes got run over by a dozer. There’s no downtime. Nobody has to watch the operators; they can dig, back up, find the next place to cut and keep on going.” For information, visit www.leicageosystems.us/machinecontrol.

Murphy Tractor Adds New Territory Sales Manager

Tom Doerr has joined Murphy Tractor as a territory sales manager at the Poland, Ohio, location, just outside of Youngstown. Doerr has worked for a contractor and is experienced in equipment operation. Murphy Tractor and Equipment Company Inc., one of John Deere’s largest North American construction equipment dealer organizations, is headquartered in Wichita, Kan., and has 26 locations throughout the midwestern states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Nebraska. For more information, visit www.murphytractor.com.


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Helac PowerTilt Bucket Bobcat Options... High Flow Planer Attachments Attachment Saves Time Offer Increased Torque, Power

Bobcat 18- and 24-in. (45.7 and 61 cm) wide planer attachments offer increased torque and horsepower for improved performance compared with the models they replace. The planers are compatible with all current high flow Bobcat loaders, including the new S850 skid steer and T870 compact track loaders. The cutting drums on Bobcat planers can

be unlocked to allow oscillation up to 15 degrees in either direction. As a result, surface tracking is optimized even when the loader is operating on a rutted or potholed surface. This feature is unique to Bobcat planers and provides continuous cutting depth without constant operator input, according to the manufacturer.

The PowerTilt bucket swing attachment provides up to 180 degrees of side-to-side swing capability, enabling buckets to be positioned completely perpendicular to the stick.

Helac PowerTilt hydraulic bucket tilting attachment provides backhoes and excavators with up to 90 degree left and right bucket swing for a full 180 degree total side-toside swing capability. It pin mounts to the dipperstick and has a clean, compact configuration with no cylinder rods or other external moving parts exposed to damage. PowerTilt can be furnished with two different, built-in couplers direct from the factory: the standard, hook-style mechanical quick-coupler uses OEM pin-on buckets

while the optional universal coupler uses quick-hitch style buckets. PowerTilt also can be combined with most popular hydraulic quick-couplers. Each PowerTilt is equipped with an internal cross-port relief valve that provides hydraulic overload protection. Seven PowerTilt models are available, sized by machine weight, for backhoes and excavators to 75,000 lb. (34,019 kg). For more information, call 800/PWR- The cutting drums on Bobcat planers can be unlocked to allow oscillation up to 15 degrees in either direction. TILT or visit http://www.helac.com.


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Chicago Pneumatic Rivet Busters Used in Concrete Demo Chicago Pneumatic CP 4608 and CP 4611 Rivet Busters are designed to offer precise control through a high power-toweight ratio and a teasing throttle for progressive hitting frequency.

The teasing throttle feature is part of a controlled power system (CPS) that is designed to prevent blank firing when a unit’s rubber bumper is 75-percent worn. At that point the outward movement of the rivet

buster’s upper and lower sleeves opens bleeding ports for air, causing the piston to stop in its lower position as air is exhausted above the tool retainer. Originally designed for removing rivets

Originally designed for removing rivets and various other metal applications, the CP 4608 and CP 4611 rivet busters also are used for concrete demolition and bridge work.

and various other metal applications, the CP 4608 and CP 4611 rivet busters also are used for concrete demolition and bridge work, since they are said to have approximately the same hitting power as a 60 lb. (30 kg) breaker for half its weight. The Chicago Pneumatic rivet busters are available in choice of cylinders. The CP 4608 features an 8-in. (20 cm) cylinder with 1,080 bpm and the CP 4611 has an 11-in. (28 cm) cylinder, 720 bpm. The Boyer valve and the long piston stroke is designed to deliver the power needed on most jobs. A stepped cylinder configuration is designed to prevent accidental ejection of the hardened steel piston from the cylinder. CP Rivet Busters come with a choice of forged steel handle. There is an open grip handle with outside trigger or a D-shaped handle with inside-the-handle trigger. Typical applications for the CP Rivet Busters include bridge deck work where the weight of breakers is restricted, de-capping foundation pillars where concrete is very hard, demolition of medium- to hard-concrete, or as an alternative to paving breakers where high hitting power is needed but the work space is limited or the task calls for working horizontally. For more information, visit www.cp.com.

Wacker Neuson Offers Lighter, Faster New Class of Electric Breaker Wacker Neuson’s EH 75/240 electric breaker is the only 240 volt electric breaker available in the United States. Using any construction grade 3800 watt portable generator, the EH 75/240 with an integrated inverter converts single phase to three phase power ensuring that each time the tool hits the concrete it delivers a consistent hard blow, according to the manufacturer. The EH 75 is designed for the professional contractor. It is lighter, quicker and powerful, providing an efficient breaker of concrete for a variety of applications. It weighs only 57 lbs. (25.8 kg) and hits with 55.2 ft. lbs. (75 Joules). With the high percussion rate of 1275 blows per minute, the EH 75 offers a high power-to-weight ratio. This new tool can meet the performance of 60 to 70 lb. pneumatic hammers, but eliminate the need to tow a compressor. Wacker Neuson’s new EH 75 and a small portable generator can easily fit in the back of a pick up truck. The EH 75’s performance and high breaking output is the result of new hollow piston percussion system with a rod striker and shockwave-optimized percussion system along with the high single stroke energy. Added to the performance, this new breaker has a full hood vibration dampening design that reduces vibration to the operator. The reduced vibration, along with additional vibration isolated handles and its overall lightweight, allows the operator to run the unit for longer periods of time, enhancing

overall production, according to the manufacturer. Because of the inverter, Wacker Neuson’s EH 75 can be powered by a brushless three phase motor and offers consistent power supply even when using a long extension cord. The inverter also protects the tool with an automatic shut off if input voltage is too low or too high, providing for long life and durability. By eliminating the traditional rotor and carbon brushes found on other models, Wacker Neuson has in effect eliminated the need for maintenance on this tool. The only servicing required is occasional on-site lubrication. The EH 75 was designed for intensive use over long periods so it can be used to demolish large quantities of concrete, brickwork or asphalt as fast as possible, offering contractors or rental houses a new breaker alternative for their fleet, according to the manufacturer. For more information, visit www.wackerneuson.com.

The EH 75 weighs only 57 lbs. (25.8 kg) and hits with 55.2 ft. lbs. (75 Joules).


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Getting a Lift... Versatile Toro Hydraulic Breaker Kenco Slab Lift Attachment Ideal for Multiple Projects The Toro hydraulic breaker attachment, for use with Dingo compact utility loaders, simplifies the tough job of breaking concrete, asphalt, rock or brick. The Toro hydraulic breaker uses 175 ft.-lbs. of force and delivers 1,200 blows per minute to break materials to a depth of 11 in. (28 cm). Ideal for breaking up footings, sidewalks, foundations and other solid structures, the breaker features a multiposition mounting head, allowing users to break materials in both horizontal and vertical positions. The hydraulic breaker utilizes Toro Dingo’s hydraulic system, which produces up to 12 gpm (45 Lpm) of flow at 3,000 psi of hydraulic power. The Dingo’s versatility allows users to switch from the hydraulic breaker attachment to a bucket attachment for cleanup in under a minute. Using the Toro Dingo quick-attach system, the hydraulic breaker quickly and easily attaches to any of the compact utility loaders by simply turning

two locking pins and connecting two hydraulic lines, according to the manufacturer. Unlike larger breakers, the Toro Dingo equipped with the hydraulic breaker can work in tight or confined spaces, eliminating time-consuming manual labor. Clear sight lines to all moving parts of the attachment allow users control and operation to complete jobs quickly and efficiently, according to the manufacturer. The hydraulic breaker is one of more than 35 attachments in the Toro Dingo system to meet the needs of any contractor or homeowner. Other attachments include an auger, trencher, vibratory plow, stump grinder, backhoe, leveler, tiller, cultivator, hydraulic blade, adjustable forks, tree forks, two-stage snowthrower, rotary broom, several sizes of buckets and more. For more information, call 800/344-8676 or visit www.toro.com/dingo.

Keeps Bridge Decks Suspended

The Kenco slab lift is used on concrete slabs such as suspended bridge decks that must be lifted from one side.

The Toro hydraulic breaker uses 175 ft.-lbs. of force and delivers 1,200 blows per minute to break materials to a depth of 11 in. (28 cm).

The Kenco slab lift is used on concrete slabs such as suspended bridge decks that must be lifted from one side. The lift keeps slabs horizontal for loading/stacking. The operator simply inserts lifter throat fully onto slab, slides adjustment to center of gravity and lifts; no additional hydraulics are required. The lifts can be customized to meet job specifications; the model shown is a 6,000 lb. (2,721 kg) capacity with a 10 to 12 in. (25 to 30.5 cm) grip range. It is ready for operation by using a lifting sling such as the Kenco RigMAX attached to any type or model of machine with lifting capabilities. For more information, call 800/653-6069 or visit www.kenco.com.


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CEA’s Edge Concrete Placing Buckets Work in Small Spots CEAttachments Inc.’s Edge concrete Sizes available are, .5 and .75 cu. yd. (.3 placing bucket is designed to accurately, and .57 cu m) capacities. Standard features quickly and neatly carry and place concrete include a hydraulic gate control and a 30 in. in tight areas or locations that cannot support a cement truck. This specialty bucket precisely places concrete without the mess and is ideal for pouring concrete for backyard patios, pools or into formed columns or walls, according to the manufacturer. The Edge concrete placing bucket features squared-off corners and an easy-to-clean baked-on CEAttachments Inc.’s Edge concrete placing bucket is powder coat finish. It also designed to carry and place concrete in tight areas or locations that cannot support a cement truck. features a hydraulically controlled dispensing door that closes with a (76 cm) chute extension. tight seal for accurate, multiple placements For more information, visit www.ceatfrom the same load. tachments.com.

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Genie Rough-Terrain Scissors Offer Upgraded Performance

Diamond Equipment Inc. 1060 E. Diamond Ave. Evansville, Indiana 47711 (812) 425-4428 (800) 258-4428 Fax: (812) 421-1036 www.diamond equipment.com 2000 Harlan Drive Terre Haute, IN 47802 (812) 299-4747 (888) 343-4747 Fax: (812) 299-3687 17035 N. Illinois Hwy. 37 Mt. Vernon, IL 62864 (618) 242-2273 (800) 388-6396 Fax: (618) 242-9161

1046 Lovers Lane Bowling Green, KY 42103 (270) 781-1061 (800) 489-1061 Fax: (270) 781-0907 1530 Heil Quaker Blvd. Nashville, TN 37086 (615) 641-1100 (800) 635-9454 Fax: (615) 641-1108

2300 Cassens Drive Fenton, MO 63026 (636) 343-9970 www.lubyequipment.com 199 Airport Rd. Cape Girardeau, MO 63702 (573) 334-9937 4375 Camp Butler Rd. Springfield, IL 62707 (217) 744-2233 2625 North 24th St. Quincy, IL 62305 (217) 222-5454

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Genie’s new series of 69 in. (175 cm) operation, providing the end user with more wide rough terrain scissor lifts — GS-2669 machine control and power when climbing RT, GS-3369 RT and GS-4069 RT — are a hills and job site obstacles. Up to a 30 persignificant redesign of the 68 in. (172 cm) cent increase in horsepower from dual fuel series through increased capacity and engines will enable the machines to drive improved job site performance, according to through sand, snow, mud and uneven terrain the manufacturer. “In the competitive rental industry, our customers need equipment that will be in high demand by job site personnel for uses such as commercial construction and infrastructure improvements,” said Jeff Weido, senior product manager, Terex Aerial Work Platforms. “Customers can be confident in the quality of our new RT scissors series. The products address today’s most intensive job site demands while offering excellent value and simplified service access.” The new GS-4069 is the world’s first 40 ft. (12 m) full drive-height rough terrain scissor lift in its class. “This is a tremendous addition to our scissor line,” said Weido. “This product will enable end users to dominate the job Increased lifting capacity on the GS-2669 RT of 20 persite with increased pro- cent, from 1,250 to 1,500 lbs. (567 to 680 kg), provides the ductivity and efficiency.” end user with more lifting capability. The GS-3369 RT has Providing end user a lifting capacity of 1,000 lbs. (453 kg); the GS-4069 RT uptime while on the job has a lifting capacity of 800 lbs. (362.8 kg). site, the 26 and 33 ft. (7.9 and 10 m) models also are equipped with with ease, according to the manufacturer. the full drive-height feature. Wheel drives and high efficiency piston An increased platform work space of 13 motors were added to get more torque to the percent gives end users more room to get rear wheels, providing job site performance their jobs done more efficiently. Increased similar to the large Genie boom products. lifting capacity on the GS-2669 RT of 20 Full swing-out doors provide easier servpercent, from 1,250 to 1,500 lbs. (567 to 680 ice access to electronics, manifolds, kg), provides the end user with more lifting hydraulics and engine. capability. The GS-3369 RT has a lifting The Genie rough terrain scissor series capacity of 1,000 lbs. (453 kg); the GS-4069 will be available in ANSI markets beginRT has a lifting capacity of 800 lbs. (362.8 ning in the second quarter of 2011, and in kg). CE markets in the third quarter. A standard front active-oscillating axle For more information, visit keeps all four wheels on the ground during www.terex.com.


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

ZIEGLER CAT www.ZieglerCAT.com Minneapolis (800) 352-2812 Brainerd (877) 829-9850 Buhl (800) 446-9795 Columbus (866) 982-5656 Crookston (800) 422-5782 Duluth (800) 421-3831

OHIO CAT www.OhioCAT.com Richwood (888) 446-4658 WILSON EQUIPMENT CO. www.wilsonequipment.com Corbin (606) 528-0700 Lexington (859) 254-6443 Prestonburg (606) 874-8036

Fergus Falls (800) 346-7649 Jackson (866) 847-6401 Marshall (800) 325-4929 North Mankato (877) 845-3938 Rochester (800) 247-1068 Shakopee (800) 352-2812 St. Cloud (800) 522-9469

MISSOURI

OHIO

FABICK CAT www.fabickcat.com Fenton (636) 343-5900 Fenton (rental services) (636) 343-5905 Cape Girardeau (573) 332-1122 Columbia (573) 442-6880 Foristell (800) 539-9217 Jefferson City (573) 636-3184 Joplin (417) 624-3010 Springfield (417) 866-6651 Springfield (rental services) (417) 866-2100

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

Built from a lineage of market leaders for over 60 years

Troy (888) 330-4658 Youngstown (800) 837-6203 Cadiz (800) 837-6204 Canton (800) 837-6207 Zanesville (800) 837-6205 N. Canton (888) 736-8443 Oakwood Village (800) 633-1020

Made in the USA


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TOP NOTCH EQUIPMENT 5505 N. HWY. 169 PLYMOUTH, MN 55442 (888) 824-6559 www.topnotchequipment.com

STAR EQUIPMENT LTD. 1401 2ND AVENUE DES MOINES, IA 50314 (515) 283-2215 FAX: (515) 283-0295 (800) 369-2215

2950 6TH STREET SW CEDAR RAPIDS, IA 52404 (319) 365-5139 FAX: (319) 365-6726 (800) 728-5139

2625 W. AIRLINE HWY. WATERLOO, IA 50703 (319) 236-6830 FAX: (319) 236-6834 (800) 791-9249

2100 E. LINCOLN WAY AMES, IA 50010 (515) 233-9500 FAX: (515) 233-9505 (866) 856-2312


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

DEALER IMPRINT IMPRINT AREA AREA

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

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

Custom Truck & Equipment www.customtruckandequipment.com 7701 E. 24 Highway Kansas City, MO 64125 800/861-1065 816/241-4888 Fax: 816/241-8826 2121 Stephens Blvd. Joplin, MO 64804 417/659-8969 Fax: 417/659-8871

HISTORY KCMA’s parent company, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, has over 100 years of experience providing technology solutions. Kawasaki Heavy Industries is a global supplier of innovative engineering with a portfolio ranging from jet turbines to bridge design to construction equipment.

TECHNOLOGY Kelbe Brothers Equipment Co, Inc. www.kelbebros.com 12770 W. Silver Spring Drive Butler, WI 53007 262/781-4970 Fax: 262/781-4971 4621 Dutch Mill Rd. Madison, WI 53716 608/221-8300 Fax: 608/221-0610

Kawasaki is the most experienced manufacturer of articulated wheel loaders in the world. Since introducing our first models in 1962, we have maintained a leadership position in technology, service, and support. Backed by the massive resources of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, KCMA Corporation’s focus on wheel loaders translates into real benefits for you and

your business. Kawasaki articulated wheel loaders incorporate innovative design features coupled with extensive knowledge and experience gained from real-world applications. Kawasaki pioneered Z-Link design to provide unmatched utility, high breakout force and efficiency in its machines.

INNOVATION, Technology in Motion Kawasaki engineers work with end users all over the country to access and review their wheel loader needs. With in-house special application engineers, Kawasaki is capable of responding to new industry demands quickly with comprehensive solutions. Kawasaki operates its own rebuild center. This fully equipped facility is

staffed by skilled technicians with the in-depth knowledge and specialized equipment. Kawasaki provides a totally focused approach to support your business. From carefully designed programs and services to engineered special applications options, your Kawasaki wheel loader is ready to tackle the most demanding applications and environments.

2140 Barrett Park Drive, Suite 101 Kennesaw, Georgia 30144 770-499-7000 www.kawasakiloaders.com


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It’s been our mission for decades, ever since Doosan star ted selling large equipment in Nor th America. Doosan delivers for operators – so they can get more done on the job. Power ful, productive machines. Incredible uptime and ease of maintenance. And our suppor t can’t be beat. With strong dealers, factor y-trained technicians, road ser vice trucks and the industr y ’s only 48-hour par ts guarantee we think you’ll agree. Doosan delivers. Contact your local Doosan dealer for more information.

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Authorized Doosan Dealers

ILLINOIS Luby Equipment Caseyville

Quincy

Springfield

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

INDIANA Ronson Equipment Co, LLC

Experts Expect More Missouri River Levee Failures to Threaten Farmland By Josh Funk ASSOCIATED PRESS

Lowell

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Walter Payton Power Equipment, LLC Lebanon

Evansville

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

IOWA RTL Equipment, Inc. Grimes

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KANSAS Sellers Equipment, Inc. Wichita 316-943-9311 www.sellersequipment.com

MINNESOTA Lano Equipment, Inc. Shakopee

Anoka

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

MISSOURI Bobcat of St. Louis Columbia 573-886-9435 www.bobcatofnashville.com

Luby Equipment Fenton

Cape Girardeau

O’Fallon

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

MICHIGAN Carleton Equipment, Co. Kalamazoo

Livonia

269-343-2943 734-421-9999 888-380-6420 877-451-2326 www.carletonequipment.com

Rex Spencer Equipment, Co. Belton 816-331-6078 www.rexspencer.com

OHIO Gibson Machinery, LLC Oakwood Village

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SOUTH DAKOTA Healy Machinery Company Sioux Falls

Rapid City

Aberdeen

605-336-0411 605-348-7438 605-725-4364 ŧşşǍţŤťǍţşşŤìwww.dieselmachinery.com

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) Several hundred thousand acres of rich Midwestern farmland and even some urban areas near the Missouri River are at risk of flooding this summer during months of historically high water that experts fear will overwhelm some levees, especially older ones. Engineers who have studied past floods say the earthen levees in rural areas are at greater risk. “Most of the levees are agricultural levees. They’re not engineered. They’re just dirt piled up,” said David Rogers, an engineering professor at Missouri University of Science and Technology. So far, most levees have held along the 811 mi. (1,305 km) the Missouri travels from the last dam at Gavins Point in South Dakota to its confluence with the Mississippi River near St. Louis. The flooding thus far has covered more than 560,000 acres of mostly rural land, including nearly 447,000 acres of farmland. The water has forced some evacuations, but the extent of the damage may not be clear until it recedes. That’s not expected to happen until the fall as the Army Corps of Engineers said it needs to continue releasing substantial amounts of water from upstream reservoirs inundated with heavy spring rains and melt from an above average Rocky Mountain snowpack. The Corps predicts that the river will eventually rise high enough to flow over some 18 to 70 levees, mostly in rural areas of southeast Nebraska, southwest Iowa and Missouri. Other levees will become saturated, and water can erode their foundations, seep underneath or find other flaws to exploit. A saturated levee may lose stability, potentially causing it to crumble, as one did in June near Hamburg, Iowa, allowing floodwater to cover several miles of farmland and threaten the town. Flaws in levees, such as animal burrows, can allow water to flow through and eventually destroy the structure. “At times like these, this is when we find out where the weak spots are,” said Erik Loehr, an associate professor of engineering at the University of Missouri. Rural levees, experts say, are likely to be older, privately maintained and not tall or strong enough to stand up to such a long-running flood. Corps officials and engineering experts are more confident that city areas such as Omaha, Kansas City and St. Joseph are well protected by substantial floodwalls that have been maintained. Omaha’s main floodwall, for instance, is built to contain a river 40 ft. (12 m) deep — which is 4 ft. (1.2 m) higher than the river is expected to reach. But several of the rural levees in northwest Missouri are more than 2 ft. (.6 m) shorter than the river’s expected crest, and some have already been exceeded. Even stronger urban floodwalls and levees can falter

against the destructive force of floodwaters. As a precaution, officials in Omaha and across the river in Council Bluffs, Iowa, have developed plans to evacuate roughly 40,000 people from areas near the river in case a levee fails. A key factor in levee performance is what material was used to build it. Levees were often constructed using whatever material was near or could be delivered cheaply. Omaha’s levees outside the city’s main floodwall are built almost entirely out of clay. But barriers around the city’s airport and in Council Bluffs were designed with a clay cap over a different filler material. Many levees along the Missouri were built with a clay cap over sand or gravel to combat seepage, but any damage to the clay cap can cause them to fail. “The designers at the time felt they were as good, with Erik Loehr less expense, than the solid University of Missouri clay layer levees — as long as they are maintained properly,” said civil engineer John LaRandeau, with the corps’ Omaha office. The standards for levee construction have changed, with modern designers concerned more about fortifying the foundation material. Newer levees are likely to be built entirely out of clay or another nonporous material. Still, Jud Kneuvean, who serves as the emergency management chief of the corps’ Kansas City district, said he feels good overall about the flood protection along the Missouri River, especially in downriver stretches. “I believe here in the lower Missouri, we have some of the best levees in the nation,” Kneuvean said. Most levees in Missouri were rebuilt after the devastating 1993 flood that damaged thousands of homes, farms and businesses and set flooding records in the state. But that flood wasn’t as bad in Nebraska and Iowa so fewer of the levees in those states were improved recently. Southern Illinois University professor Nicholas Pinter, who studies river system dynamics, said the corps re-examined and modernized levees after flaws in many structures near the Gulf of Mexico became apparent in 2005. “After [Hurricane] Katrina, the government realized some of the shortcomings of its levee system,” Pinter said. The flooding along the Mississippi and Missouri rivers this year has parallels to the catastrophic flooding of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. In each case, levees and flood protection systems overseen by the corps and maintained by local levee districts proved inadequate against the massive amount of water. But they’re not an exact comparison. The levees that failed around New Orleans were protecting against the fierce, but short-lived, assault of hurricanes. The flooding taking place in the Missouri River valley has been building for weeks and the high water is set to last all summer. It’s important to remember that levees and floodwalls only reduce the flooding risk, LaRandeau said, but don’t eliminate it. “The whole system is going to be under pressure,” he said.

“At times like these, this is when we find out where the weak spots are.”


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Custom Truck & Equipment 7701 Hwy. 24 Kansas City, MO 64125 800-861-1065 www.cte-equipment.com

RTL Equipment Inc. 3000 SE Gateway Drive Grimes, IA 50111 515-986-0262 Fax: 515-986-0267

Tough and rugged, the Terex® RT 130 is the crane of choice for the most demanding rough terrain applications.

2601 120th St. NW Swisher, IA 52338 319-857-4045 Fax: 928-441-1269

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For Your Local Terex Dealer, Please Contact: Waverly Operations 106 12th Street S.E. Waverly, IA 50677 USA Phone: (319) 352-3920 Fax: (319) 352-9395 email: inquire@terexwaverly.com web: http://www.terex-cranes.com


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Drilling Prompts Increased Truck Traffic in Western Pa. DRILLING from page 1

Marcellus, the thick layer of Devonian black shale takes the Marcellus name and dives deep under Pennsylvania and adjacent states. Oil companies using 21st-century technology have begun to plumb and tap the organicrich rock. The reward for drilling success is computed in the tens of trillions of cubic feet of natural gas. Hence, the boom. With nearly 1,400 wells drilled in Pennsylvania just in 2010, the extraordinary flurry of exploratory activity looks all the world like a bonanza for construction contractors and dealers in the region. Yet questions remain about the economic impact of the natural gas exploration, such as … is it for real? If so, how long will it last? The answer to the first question is evident to anyone driving the roads of western Pennsylvania. Lots of Equipment on the Roads “Truck traffic has increased exponentially,” said Tom Gregory, who lives outside Williamsport in the north-central part of the state. “I live way out in the country and, since the drilling began, our roads are being driven by a lot of trucks carrying dirt, water and stone.” Gregory might notice an increase in truck traffic more than some residents of the area. As vice president of instruction at Pennsylvania College of Technology, he also has noticed a corollary surge of traffic in the college’s commercial driving license classes. “There’s a really high demand for the CDL’s right now.” In all likelihood, the demand will continue. The Marcellus shale gas recovery process is truck intensive. Beginning with seismic and recording trucks that explore the geology thousands of feet beneath the surface, the recovery process requires fleets of lumbering three- and four-axle trucks carrying dirt, stone, asphalt, concrete, water, pipe and equipment. Consider the stages of the gas recovery process: The entire length of a well — and the shale is a mile or more beneath Pennsylvania topsoil — is encased in hard metal tubing. What’s more, cement is forced down each well and back up along the outside of the casing to completely seal off the drilled space. This casing and cement are trucked to the site in great volumes. Huge volumes of water also are involved. Vertical holes are drilled down to the rock before the drilling turns horizontal within the shale strata, sometimes running horizontally for several thousand feet. This sideways drilling intersects natural vertical joints between shale layers. The gas is captured by hydraulically fracturing the shale in and between these joints using carefully placed see DRILLING page 54

Shown here is a well site in its early stages.


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Mid Country Machinery (800) 206-5936

3478 5th Ave. S. • Fort Dodge, IA 50501 • (515) 574-2302 4734 Sergeant Rd. • Waterloo, IA 50701 • (319) 234-8710

www.midcountrymachinery.com

2007 John Deere 350DLC A/C, Plumbed, 60” Bucket, Excellent Condition ..................................................................................$155,000

2006 Komatsu PC 400LC-7 A/C, Long Stick, 1,200 Hrs, One Owner, Excellent Condition....................................................................$190,000

2007 Cat D6N XL Cab, A/C, 6-Way Blade, 1,400 Hrs, Excellent Condition ..................................................................................$159,000

EXCAVATORS

COMPACTORS

MINI/MIDI EXCAVATORS

2010 Kobelco SK-260LC8 EROPS, A/C, Heat, 60’ LR, 183 Hrs ..$225,000

2007 IR SD122F 84" Padfoot w/Blade, 177 Hrs ..............................$85,000

2010 Gradall XL4100 6x4, A/C ..........................................................$CALL

2007 Dynapac CA250PD Excellent Condition, 195 Hrs ..................$79,000

2009 Kobelco ED195 Blade Runner, A/C, Plumbed ......................$152,000

2006 IR SD77DX 66" Smooth Drum, 500 Hrs ..................................$50,000

2009 Kobelco SK-210LC EROPS..................................................$155,000

2006 Cat CP433 E 66" Padfoot w/Blade, 603 Hrs............................$47,500

2008 Kobelco ED150 Blade Runner, EROPS, A/C ........................$115,000

2005 IR SD100D-TF 84" Smooth Drum, 500 Hrs ............................$69,500

2008 Kobelco SK-210LC8 EROPS, A/C, Aux Hyd ........................$125,000

2004 IR SD70D 66” Smooth Drum, 830 Hrs ....................................$49,500

2008 Kobelco SK 70 SR Steel or Rubber, EROPS, A/C, 686 Hrs ..$65,000 2008 Kobelco 17SR OROPS, Expandable Tracks............................$CALL 2007 Hitachi ZX80 EROPS, A/C, Blade, Rubber Track, 1780 Hrs ..$55,000 2007 Takeuchi TB138FR OROPS, Good Condition, 540 Hrs..........$35,000 2007 Kobelco 13SR OROPS, Exc. Cond., 185 Hrs ........................$17,000 2001 IHI 35NX OROPS, 18” Bkt, 3500 Hrs ......................................$17,000

2007 Kobelco SK-350LC8 EROPS, A/C, Plumbed, 2587 Hrs ......$170,000

2003 IR SD100F 84" Padfoot, 609 Hrs ............................................$59,000

2007 Kobelco SK-290LC A/C, Standard Stick, 2755 Hrs................$92,000

2003 IR SD77F 66" Padfoot w/Blade, 2961 Hrs ..............................$32,000

2007 Kobelco SK-170 LC8 EROPS, A/C, 1308 Hrs......................$108,000

2003 IR SD45F..................................................................................$32,000

2007 Hitachi ZX 200LC3 EROPS, A/C, 1203 Hrs ..........................$115,000 2007 Komatsu PC200LC-8 EROPS, A/C, 2225 Hrs......................$105,000 2006 Kobelco SK-330LC A/C, QC, 3,400 Hrs ................................$99,500 2006 Kobelco SK-290LC A/C, Excellent Condition, 2100 Hrs ........$99,500 2006 Kobelco SK-115SR A/C, Hyd. Thumb, Blade, 1391 Hrs ........$77,500 2006 Kobelco SK-330LC A/C, Plumbed, Excellent Condition ........$96,000 2006 Hitachi ZX 350LC EROPS, A/C, 1268 Hrs............................$179,500 2006 Cat 312CL A/C, 2759 Hrs ........................................................$79,000 2006 Case CX240 EROPS, A/C, Elc. Gen Set w/mag, 75 Hrs ......$145,000 2005 Hitachi ZX 160LC EROPS, A/C, 2219 Hrs..............................$78,500 2004 Kobelco SK-330LC EROPS, A/C, Heat, 4995 Hrs ................$75,000

1995 Cat 938F EROPS, 9887 Hrs ....................................................$54,000

LOADER/BACKHOES

GRADER/SCRAPERS/TRUCKS 2006 Cat 613C II EROPS, A/C, Exc. Condition, 1,500 Hrs ............$150,000 2006 Cat 160H EROPS, A/C, Ripper, 4900 Hrs ............................$185,000 Cat 621 Hydraulic Pull Scraper, Excellent Condition ....................$32,000 (2) Cat 631B Pan Scraper, Excellent Unit........................................$35,000 Cat 631B Hydraulic Pull Scraper....................................................$30,000 (1) Kokudo 23SB Scraper ..............................................................$25,000

2002 Vibromax W605PD Single drum padfoot compactor ..............$27,000 1998 Cat CP232C 54” Padfoot, 1610 Hrs ........................................$22,500 1996 Stone PD43 48” Padfoot Roller, 4375 Hrs ..............................$11,500

WHEEL LOADERS 2010 Kawasaki 90ZV-2 EROPS, A/C, Heat, 553 Hrs ....................$265,000 2007 NH W190, EROPS, A/C, 4.25 Yd GP Bkt, 900 Hrs................$145,000 2006 NH LW190B EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt, 3575 Hrs ........................$75,000 2006 JD 554J EROPS, A/C, Quick Coupler, Tires 20.5, 4009 Hrs ..$89,500 2006 Kawasaki 70Z EROPS, A/C, Heat, QC, Exc. Condition..........$82,500 2005 Cat 950G EROPS, A/C, Heat, 5324 Hrs................................$129,500 2005 Volvo L45B EROPS ................................................................$47,000

2003 Cat 308CE EROPS ..................................................................$52,000

2005 Kawasaki 65ZV-2 EROPS, A/C, Quick Coupler, 6285 Hrs ....$55,000

2002 JD 270CLC EROPS, Long Reach ..........................................$92,500

2004 NH LW50 B EROPS, A/C, 1200 Hrs........................................$39,000

1999 Komatsu PC270LC-6L EROPS, 6666 Hrs..............................$75,000

2004 Kawasaki KSS50Z EROPS, GP Bucket, 4370 Hrs ................$49,000

1997 Cat 325BL A/C, Great Condition, 6910 Hrs ............................$65,000

2004 JD 724J EROPS, Quick Coupler ............................................$95,000

1997 Kobelco SK 115DZ MarkIV EROPS ......................................$34,000

2002 JD 624H EROPS, 2300 Hrs, “LIKE NEW” ..............................$89,000

1995 Cat 325L 14051 Hrs ................................................................$45,000

2001 Cat 902 EROPS, QC, 2,200 Hrs..............................................$37,500

1994 Gradall G3WD Track Mounted, Ex-County, 3500 Hrs ............$20,000

1999 Komatsu WA250-3 EROPS......................................................$CALL

FORKLIFTS (3) 2011 SkyTrak 10054 New Unit..................................................$128,500

CRAWLER TRACTORS 2008 Cat D6T XW EROPS, A/C......................................................$239,000 2008 JD 650J LGP Rental Only, equipped with Topcon 3DMC2 GPS .......... ............................................................................................................$CALL 2007 Cat D6R XL III PAT Blade, EROPS, Exc. Cond, 2034 Hrs....$227,500 2007 Komatsu D31 EX EROPS, A/C, 6-way blade, 1500 Hrs ........$49,000 2007 Cat 963C EROPS, 4 in 1 Bkt, 2400 Hrs ................................$129,000 2006 Cat D6R XWIII EROPS, A/C, Heat, Semi-U Blade ................$190,000 2006 Cat D6R XWIII EROPS, A/C, Heat, Semi U Blade, 4340 Hrs$177,500 2006 Cat D6R XWIII EROPS, A/C, Heat, 5438 Hrs........................$172,000 2006 Cat D6R XWIII EROPS, A/C, 750 Hrs ..................................$255,000 2004 Cat 963C EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt, 4700 Hrs ..............................$99,000 2005 Cat D6R XW, EROPS, A/C, Semi U Blade, 6520 Hrs ..........$140,000 2005 JD 700J XLT EROPS, A/C, 6-Way, 3100 Hrs ..........................$75,000 2005 JD 700H LGP EROPS, A/C, 6-Way Blade, 3800 Hrs ..............$75,000 2004 Cat D5N XL OROPS, 6-Way Blade ........................................$55,000 2004 JD 450H LT OROPS, 6-Way, 1300 Hrs ..................................$35,000 2002 Cat 963C EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt, 9000 Hrs ..............................$79,000 2002 Cat D3G XL OROPS, 6-Way, 1360 Hrs ..................................$32,500 2001 Komatsu D39EX-21 OROPS, 1523 hrs ..................................$39,500 2000 Cat D6R XL II EROPS, Semi U Blade, 2400 Hrs ..................$115,000 1989 JD 850B 11870 Hrs ..................................................................$27,500 1989 JD 750B LT EROPS, Straight Blade, 8400 Hrs ......................$27,000 1979 Cat D6D OROPS, Straight Blade ............................................$37,000

2007 SkyTrak 6042 EROPS/OROPS, 6000#, 42Ft, Tilt Car ............$52,000

2008 NH B95BTC EROPS, A/C, 4WD, E-Hoe, Pilot Controls..........$62,000

2007 SkyTrak 6036 EROPS, Heat, 700 Hrs ....................................$52,000

2008 JCB C3X EROPS, Heat, Ex-Hoe, Aux Hyd, 79 Hrs ................$69,000

2007 JLG G9-43A EROPS, Sidetilt, 9,000Lb, 43Ft, 1000 Hrs ........$61,000

2008 NH B95B EROPS, A/C ............................................................$57,000

2006 JLG G12-55A OROPS, 12,000#, 55Ft, 143 Hrs......................$99,500

2006 NH B95 EROPS, A/C, 747 Hrs ................................................$53,000

2005 IR VR843C OROPS, 8,000#, 43Ft, 1700 Hrs ..........................$29,000

2006 JD 310SG EROPS ..................................................................$47,000

2004 SkyTrak 6036 OROPS, 6000#, 36Ft, 2500 Hrs ......................$34,000

2005 NH LB110B EROPS, 731 Hrs..................................................$55,000

2004 JLG G9-43A OROPS, 9,000#, 43Ft, 1500 Hrs........................$44,000

2005 NH LB75B EROPS, 4WD, E-Hoe, 630 Hrs ............................$49,000

1998 Carelift 6044 6,000Lb, 44Ft, 3315 Hrs ....................................$19,000

(2) 2008 Cat 420E EROPS, A/C, Heat, Exc. Cond, Low Hrs ..........$92,000

1997 SkyTrak 10042 10,000#, 7733 Hrs ..........................................$29,000

2003 JCB 214 S EROPS, 703 Hrs ..................................................$38,000

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Marcellus Shale Projects Give Boost to Local Economy DRILLING from page 46

charges that puncture the casing and cement. Water — actually a high-pressure watery mix — is injected into the well and out into the rock, which induces more fracturing and the release of additional gas. How much water is used at each well? Between three and five million gallons, according to the Marcellus Shale Coalition of oil and natural gas companies and auxiliary firms, including general contractors. An average of 400 truck trips are needed to move water to and from each well during the fracturing process. Also, still being developed is a network of pipelines that will connect the wells to larger pipelines serving East Coast natural gas markets. The Marcellus wells’ proximity to the urban centers of the eastern United States is one of its development appeals. All this pipe is trucked in. The heavy trucking generated by all of the above naturally takes a toll on rural roadways that are unused to such pounding by commercial traffic. Consequently, the coalition is spending lots of money on road repair. Coalition members have expended more than $400 million since 2008 rebuilding, repaving, and generally improving local and state roadways in Pennsylvania. Those millions of dollars are proof that the rush to suck gas from beneath the earth is having an impact on the region’s general contractors. Because of all the roadwork, site preparation work, drilling, pipelaying, and trucking, heavy equipment is a common sight these days in western Pennsylvania. A Boom for Contractors, Dealers “I only have one project this year that is not related to Marcellus shale drilling,” said Mike Pascuzzi, chief financial officer of New Dominion Construction, “and that’s a landfill. Really, all the work I have outside the drilling activity is driven by Marcellus shale.” Pascuzzi attributes the survival of New Dominion to shale projects. He said the Hickory company landed some shale drilling projects at the beginning of the company’s 2010 fiscal year. The work swelled, and the company ultimately experienced a 78 percent growth in business volume in 2010 over the previous fiscal year. “We went from damned near bankrupt to having a $14.2 million sales year,” he said, adding that continued growth assures the 13year-old company will have another significant uptick in contract work in fiscal year 2011. New Dominion’s specialty is building water pond impoundment structures, by which drillers manage the huge volume of water. The used water sometimes is recycled — 60 to 100 percent of it at some locations

— and in other cases simply is contained needing such power plants. Cleveland until it can be trucked away for reprocessing. Brothers’ engine parts and service employThe impoundment structures usually consist ees obviously have been busy, too. of 5-acre ponds on 20-acre work sites. “It definitely has challenged our inventoThe company’s expanded work schedule ry planning a bit,” Tinkham acknowledged. has translated into additional need for con- The dealership has stocked more large excastruction machinery. Pascuzzi said New vators and dozers than management had Dominion is expanding its fleet of earth- anticipated needing. Sometimes the need for moving equipment. “This year we bought the equipment has almost overwhelmed the four scrapers, five rock trucks and a compactor, and we’re in the market for another compactor and excavator, and one more articulated truck.” That’s good news for people like Dave Yohe, branch manager of Highway Equipment Company in Dubois. His dealership in northcentral Pennsylvania has felt the “huge” impact of the drilling rush that he said seems to be growing larger all the time. Yohe noted in early July that he had just sold to a contractor with a Kobelco excavator a stump shear harvester attachment for clearing right-of-way. But most of the equipment moving off his lot is for moving dirt — Dressta dozers, and Hyundai excavators and loaders. For example, Yohe delivered a dozer to a contractor preparing to lay a 36-in. (91 cm) natural gas pipeline. “Today I’m setting up a Dressta D-25 dozer that will be used to make a pad for a Marcellus shale drilling unit in the Williamsport area,” he said. The pick-up in sales and rental of equipment began in 2008, according to Yohe, and has continued “pretty steadily.” He said the increase in business was felt first by equipment dealers west of Dubois before moving eastward. “You Crews lower a pipeline. have to have your head in the sand if you don’t see it,” he added. supplier. “We had a small increase in lead Cleveland Brothers CAT, which serves 57 times for certain types of equipment, but of Pennsylvania’s 64 counties, has seen it. because of our relationships with fellow Cat The drilling boom has accounted for the dealers, we’ve been able to work out invenlargest share of the Caterpillar dealer’s mar- tory trades.” ket growth over the past three years, accordDespite the stampede, Tinkham said, “We ing to Carl Tinkham, director of marketing. have been fortunate to take care of our cusEarthmovers such as Cat D6 and D8 doz- tomers and at the same time build relationers have been clanking onto flatbed trailers ships with oil and drill companies moving in in the equipment yard for delivery to drilling from Texas and Oklahoma and more tradilocations, where they are cranked up to pre- tional petroleum markets.” pare sites and construct drilling pads. Mascaro Construction Company is one of Pipeline-laying activity has spurred sales 200 members of the Marcellus Shale and rental of excavators, including the Cat Coalition. Unlike New Dominion, the 336, along with other pieces of pipelaying Pittsburgh general contractor was not on the and tracked equipment. Sale of stationary ropes before the shale drilling rush began. diesel engines, such as the Cat 3512 and Neither has it experienced as much business 3516 models, have been strong, with both from the shale boom as New Dominion, but drilling and hydraulic fracturing processes Buzz Thropp believes that will change as the

drilling activity matures. “We have had a few small orders over the last year, small orders as we view them, mostly civil work, moving dirt and pouring foundations,” said Thropp, director of business development of Mascaro. He said ground is quickly being broken — ponds, roads, foundations — in a push by small drillers to establish drill sites before the Pennsylvania legislature enacts anticipated tax changes. “This is not the kind of work that we entertain,” he said of the start-up projects. “Our hope is that as this activity continues to grow, which it obviously is doing, and the good oil companies buy in, such as Chevron, Exxon, Shell and Mobil, that they will want to drill with professional union contractors like us.” A Long-Term Market? Thropp believes the drilling activity will not flare up and die away before the company has greater opportunity to cash in. He cites a 1908 geological report that predicted tapping the Marcellus shale would produce a spurt of economic activity lasting 50 years. New Dominion’s Pascuzzi sees the spurt as something that already has begun. “If you are a contractor and persistent, you will find work is available. If you will play by the drillers’ rules and standards, they will keep you pretty busy.” Pascuzzi said he is “banking on a Penn State report that the drilling will continue to escalate at least until 2020.” After that, he added, maintenance of sites and roads will still be around. Heavy construction equipment operator classes at the College of Technology at Williamsport have become slightly more popular than normal, according to Tom Gregory, the vice president for instruction, but only slightly. “They’ve always been very popular. But there is a lot of pressure from gas and service companies. They have come into the area and are hiring technicians, who are leaving companies, and those jobs in turn have to be filled. In the long-term, there is going to be steady demand for engine technicians, surveyors, inspectors of all kinds.” To Gregory, “long-term” means 30 to 60 years. “There is nothing I have seen that would point to something shutting down the drilling activity. The companies are doing a pretty good job of public relations. Roads are busy, but they are being repaired and are betsee DRILLING page 70


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Vermeer HG6000 Features New Productivity Enhancements Vermeer Corporation has redesigned the HG6000 horizontal grinder with new design enhancements and a Tier 4i/Stage IIIB engine to meet wood-waste processors’ needs for productivity and government emission regulations. “Vermeer spent considerable time redesigning the HG6000 horizontal grinder,” said Jay Sarver, environmental sales manager of Vermeer Corporation. “The machine incorporates features that will help enhance productivity, and a new Tier 4i/Stage IIIB engine provides more fuel-efficient horsepower while meeting tier regulations.” The HG6000 is powered by a Cat C18 Tier 4i/Stage IIIB engine that meets all U.S., Canada and European Union tier regulations while producing 755 hp (563 kW), a 20 percent increase in horsepower over the previous Tier III engine. A dual-screen system allows screens to be mixed and matched to attain the desired end product. The screens also are reversible and interchangeable to obtain the maximum usage of the wear portion of the screen. Customers also have the ability to adjust the screen support on the HG6000, allowing the screen to be moved closer or farther away from hammer tips to match clearance with the type of material being processed. Vermeer eliminated the transition area between the anvil and screen, increasing the screen area on the HG6000 by 20 percent, which allows for more throughput, according to the manufacturer. The Series II duplex drum hammermill consists of 10 hammers and 20 cutter blocks with a 36.4-in. (92.5 cm) cutter tip diameter and 62-in. (157.5 cm) cutting width. This design helps to decrease daily maintenance time, while increasing the life of major wear components simply by reversing the cutter blocks, hammers and center section of drum. A box beam-style anvil — with replaceable wear surfaces on top — uses a wedge system to maximize retention while providing good resistance to bending. Additionally, serviceability is increased by providing ground-level access. All hardware used to secure the anvil is located on the outside of the machine, away from the wear path of material. Vermeer also increased the thickness of

the mill box sidewalls in front of the mill, as well as made it easier for the plates between the end of the mill and sidewall to be replaced. Optional, abrasion- resistant wear plates are available. The Vermeer SmartGrind system stops and reverses material from feeding into the hammermill when engine rpm drops below a preset droop speed. This helps increase machine and job site productivity by reducing operator effort. The feature reduces wear to vital engine and machine components by constantly monitoring engine loading. The feed table and feed roller pull material into the grinding chamber or reverse material away from the chamber when prompted. The operator can reverse the feed roller independently of the feed table to reposition irregular material as it enters the hammer-

mill. Feed roller hydraulic down pressure can be applied using the remote control unit. Down pressure aids in feeding difficult material sizes and shapes. A single-piece 48-in. (121.9 cm) wide belly and discharge conveyor belt eliminates the transition point from belly to load-out, helping to reduce the occurrence of plugging or bridging in some conditions. Vermeer also enhanced the overlap of the infeed and discharge conveyors to reduce spillage on the ground, resulting in less cleanup time under the machine. The thrown object deflector (TOD) is designed to reduce both the quantity and distance of thrown material, allowing operation in smaller and controlled work sites. The TOD can be temporarily raised to reduce interference when loading over-length or

bulky material if required. Improved site maneuverability and a smaller turning radius were achieved by moving the fifth wheel pin under the 20-ft. (6.1 m) long infeed. This design change also allows for enhanced weight dispersal for better tow vehicle traction and reduces the load on trailer axles. A multifunction, wireless remote allows the operator to control most operating functions from as far away as 300 ft. (91.4 m). This feature enhances job site productivity by allowing the operator to control machine functions from the loader vehicle while performing other functions. An optional air compressor also is available to speed up endof-the-day cleaning of the machine. For more information, visit www.vermeer.com.

Customers have the ability to adjust the screen support on the HG6000, allowing the screen to be moved closer or farther away from hammer tips to match clearance with the type of material being processed.


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Sandvik Unveils QI440 Track-Mounted Impactor The Sandvik QI440 is a purpose built tracked impact crusher designed to process aggregate and construction materials on site wherever, and whenever, they are required. Powered by a 443 hp (330 kW) C-13 Tier III compliant diesel engine, the Sandvik QI440 is carried on a maneuverable tracked undercarriage and incorporates a Sandvik CI322 impactor with a fluid clutch drive. Fed via a two-deck pre-screen, the crusher is a four hammer open-style rotor with a diameter of 45 in. (1,150) mm and a width of 52 in. (1,330 mm) and discharges onto a secondary pan feeder. The plant also is equipped with a primary feeder and a separate two-deck pre-screen. A relatively low weight and compact dimensions — the unit has an operating weight of 55 ton (49.8 t) and is 51 ft. (15.5 m) in length in transport configuration — means the QI440 is transportable in a single load, allowing it to be readily moved and redeployed for maximum utilization. Optional equipment includes a remote diesel and water pump, an overband magnet for recycling and demolition applications, and a dolly chassis for ease of transport. The machine is designed to deliver throughputs from 330 to 386 ton (300 to 350 t) per hour in materials including granite, slate, limestone, brick and asphalt and is suitable for a wide variety of many applications such as secondary or fine crushing of softer rocks and in various demolition and recycling applications, according to the manufacturer. They key features of the QI440 include: • Reduction ratio across a broad product spectrum • Variable speed primary pan feeder for controlled and continuous feed integrated with engine loading for maximum control • Independent grizzly and underpan feeder reduces risk of blockages • Optional recirculation conveyor • Global aftermarket support, with standard stock parts to ensure maximum uptime. • Machine designed for optimum fuel economy and low operating costs. For more information, visit www.sandvik.com.

The unit has an operating weight of 55 ton (49.8 t) and is 51 ft. (15.5 m) in length in transport configuration.


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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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Major Wire Offers Complete Line of Modular Panels for Variety of Applications

Brandeis Machinery & Supply Co. www.brandeismachinery.com Evansville, IN (812) 425-4491 Ft. Wayne, IN (260) 489- 4551 Indianapolis, IN (317) 872-8410 Corbin, KY (606) 528-3700 Lexington, KY (859) 259-3456 Louisville, KY (502) 491-4000 Paducah, KY (270) 444-8390 Stanville, KY (606) 478-9201

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Montreal-based Major Wire Industries Limited now offers a full line of new 1 by 2-ft. (.3 by .6 m) FlexMat 3 self-cleaning polyurethane modular screen media panels. This new screen media size fits virtually any flatsurface screen deck, so screening operations using traditional 1 by 1-ft. (.3 by .3 m) and 1 by 2-ft. polyurethane and rubber panels can increase their existing screening capacity and in-spec material throughput up to 50 percent. Screening operations can choose between pin-, grooved-, snap- and step-types in opening sizes of 30 mesh, or 0.020 in., up to 1-1/2 in. (30 mesh, or 0.5 mm, to 38 mm). Flex-Mat 3 Modular 1 by 1-ft. panels were introduced in 2007. Major Wire Industries Limited now offers a full line of new 1 by 2-ft. (.3 by Both Flex-Mat 3 Modular’s 1 by 1- .6 m) Flex-Mat 3 self-cleaning polyurethane modular screen media panels. ft. and 1 by 2-ft. panels provide up to 50 percent more screen open area than traditional rigid fastening systems as traditional polyurethane and rubber polyurethane and rubber panels. In addition, each new 1 by panels and are available in both stainless steel and Major 2-ft. Flex-Mat 3 modular panel increases total screen media Wire’s optimum wire. Wire diameters range from 0.025 to open area by 4.6 percent when compared to using two 1 by .37 in. (0.6 to 9.5 mm). Snap- and step-types are available in 1-ft. panels to cover the same screen deck area. No screen 1 by 2-ft. sizes, while the pin- and grooved-types are available in both 1 by 1-ft. and 1 by 2-ft. sizes. box changes are necessary to switch to the larger panels. Both tensioned and modular Flex-Mat 3 are ideal screenOne key to Flex-Mat 3’s success in both tensioned and modular screen media is its independently vibrating wire ing solutions in many applications, including aggregate, technology. It increases product throughput over traditional mining, sand and gravel, aglime, recycled concrete and rigid polyurethane and rubber panels by creating more asphalt, C&D recycle, coal, slag, talc, top soil, salt, mulch, screening action and eliminating blinding, pegging and clog- industrial minerals and green waste. For more information, call 450/659-7681 or visit ging, according to the manufacturer. Flex-Mat 3 Modular panels install easily using the same www.majorwire.cc.

Sentinel Advanced Hydraulic System From FLSmidth Delivers Solutions The Sentinel Advanced Hydraulic System from FLSmidth Pekin LLC offers an aftermarket solution for aggregate producers and mining operators who are looking to automate their cone crusher’s clearing capabilities, while avoiding the required capital outlay of a new crusher purchase. Manual crusher cavity clearing is a dangerous and time-consuming process, which creates additional costs due to hours of required downtime. An automated cavity clearing system provides safe, virtually instant lift of the cone crusher’s bowl in the event of a tramp iron incident, allowing the uncrushable material to drop out of the bottom of the crusher. In the event of uncrushable material not immediately

passing, the cavity can be cleared and the producer can be back in operation in fewer than 15 minutes, according to FLSmidth. The Sentinel advanced hydraulic system uses a remote power unit that provides cavity clearing with the simple turn of a switch and push of a button. Installation of the system’s tramp release cylinders requires little modification to the existing cone frame. As an additional benefit, the system provides constant clamping force between the adjustment ring and the mainframe, reducing “ring-bounce” and cutting down on related maintenance and repair costs. And the tramp release cylinders feature protective boots to

minimize potential damage and dust contamination to the cylinders as they work to hold the adjustment ring down. The Sentinel advanced hydraulic system also offers a bowl adjustment option that allows the producer to quickly adjust the cone crusher’s closed-side setting (CSS) and simplifies the process of turning the bowl for liner changes. The Sentinel Advanced Hydraulic System is currently available for retrofitting crusher models from 4.25 through 7 ft. (1.3 through 2 m) in diameter. For more information, call 801/871.7000 or visit www.FLSmidth.com/Raptor.


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A compact tracked screener that packs a lot of punch! The DF410 has a lot to offer customers looking to achieve the tonnages without the high price tag. DF410 Features & Benefits: • High Energy 10’x4’ 2 bearing screen box – 2 decks (most others offer max 9’x4’ screen decks) • Variable speed control on all belts (excluding fines collection conveyor) • Flip down hopper tailgate to allow direct feed from crusher belt • Tail conveyor lowers hydraulically to allow access to bottom screening deck • Hydraulic folding stockpiling belts • JCB Dieselmax 444 84 HP Engine • 300 TPH Capacity

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High Productivity – Low Operating Costs SENNEBOGEN green line material handling machines make your competitors “green with envy” ALTA EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.altaconstructionequipment.com Sterling Hts, MI Wixom, MI 586-977-6000 248-449-6700 Muskegon, MI 231-798-8754

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On Track...

Telsmith’s Hydra-Jaw H3244 Kleemann MC 110 Z Jaw Offers Reduced Downtime Telsmith Inc.’s, hydra-jaw H3244 is the newest and largest model in the hydra-jaw product line. Offering a 32 in. (81.3 cm) gape and 44 in. (111.8 cm) width, the H3244 is designed to accept larger feed and yield higher production than current 30 by 42 in. (76 by 106 cm) models. Incorporating the hydra-jaw toggle, the H3244 features hydraulic tramp iron relief, chamber clearing and setting adjustment. This new technology allows operators to clear the chamber or adjust the setting, from a control house or remote location, using push button controls. Hydraulic tramp iron relief automatically protects the crusher from damage when an overload occurs and resets after the tramp iron clears the chamber. By

incorporating these features into jaw crushers, the hydra-jaw provides safer crusher operation with reduced parts consumption and downtime, according to the manufacturer. Designed to perform in hard rock quarry or S&G operations, the H3244 also is flexible in how it is applied. Built using the Telsmith sculpted, low profile main frame concept, the H3244 is available installed on a complete modular primary structure or as a road portable primary plant. Hopper and rock box options can accommodate truck dump, loader or excavator feed arrangements. For more information, call 800/765-6601 or visit www.telsmith.com.

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The MC 110 Z track-mounted jaw crusher from Kleemann has a high-torque reversible hydraulic jaw and fully hydraulic gap adjustment.

The MC 110 Z track-mounted jaw crusher from Kleemann has a high-torque reversible hydraulic jaw and fully hydraulic gap adjustment. The R version has an integrated grizzly and the Z version a fully independent double-deck pre-screen. The machine also can be fitted with an optional final screen and oversize discharge, allowing the operator to produce a final graded product with one machine. This fuel-efficient crusher is configured so Offering a 32 in. (81.3 cm) gape and 44 in. (111.8 cm) width, the H3244 is designed one man can run one by himself; as he feeds to accept larger feed and yield higher production than current 30 by 42 in. (76 by raw material into the crusher, the excava106 cm) models. tor/grapple operator also can control the MC

110 Z from a wireless remote control unit, on his lap, in the cab. He can shut the machine down or change the size of the material, all off the remote control, which also can be used to “walk” the crusher from one part of the site to the other. MC 110 Z crusher dimensions are 44 by 28 in. (112 by 71 cm) and the unit uses a Cat C9 engine. Its transport weight is 99,200 lbs. (45,000 kg), and length is 47 ft. 5 in. (14.5 m). Width is 9 ft. 10 in. (3 m) For more information, call 615/501-0600 or visit www.wirtgenamerica.com.


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Cautious Optimism Grows That Shale Supply Won’t Falter DRILLING from page 54

ter than in the beginning. So I doubt there is going to be anything that is going to stop it. I don’t envision anything like that happening.” Nevertheless, Tinkham of Cleveland Brothers, said sudden stoppage of the economic activity is being factored into the dealership’s planning. “We are optimistic that, based on the projections for the natural gas preserve, there is potential for revenue streams to grow slightly over the next 20 years. But we are realistic enough to know that if there is any kind of intervention by the EPA or the state legislature, a moratorium on drilling could happen and it could disappear virtually overnight.” It already happened in New York. Former Gov. David Patterson put a hold on the hydraulic fracturing and drilling last year after vetoing a legislative ban. In June, his successor, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, began the process of lifting the ban. If Cuomo succeeds, the drilling fever is expected to spread into New York.

West Virginia drilling preceded the Pennsylvania experience. Cleveland Brothers actually got its first burst of business from drilling activity in northern West Virginia. New Dominion Construction already is working in West Virginia and, according to Pascuzzi, is well positioned to continue the pad construction work in southern New York if that area is opened up. “I am ready to go.” Looking way down the road, if natural gas production from Marcellus shale begins to wane, geologists say drillers have the option of punching on through the Marcellus layer into a thicker strata below, the Utica shale. Natural gas exists there, too, in commercial quantities. Though the wells would have to be much deeper, the drilling pads and other infrastructure already would be in place, reducing start-up costs. But that’s a story for another day. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

A well site pad nears completion in Clinton County, Pa.

A winching drill rig is put into place.


Trucks & Trailers

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U.S. Congressman Mike Kelly Honors Rogers Brothers In a ceremony on June 29, Congressman Mike Kelly (PA-03) presented Rogers Brothers Corporation with the U.S. Commercial Service’s Export Achievement Award. The event took place at the Rogers Brothers factory in Albion, Pa. The Export Achievement Award recognizes U.S. companies that have made their first export sale or entered a new overseas market with the assistance of the Department of Commerce’s U.S. Commercial Service. With joint assistance from the U.S. Commercial Service in Pittsburgh and Lima, Peru, plus the Small Business Development Center at St. Francis University Small Business Development Center’s Center for Global Competitiveness, in Loretto, Pa., Rogers was able to develop relationships within the Peruvian market and, ultimately to sell a lowbed trailer to a large copper mining company. Future sales in this market currently are being negotiated. “U.S. manufacturers are very competitive and are successful internationally,” said Kelly. “Rogers Brothers is a great success story that shows how a small company can reach out from Albion, Pa., to foreign markets and highlights the fact that exports to foreign markets mean jobs back home. The assistance provided by the U.S. Commercial Service meant that Rogers didn’t have to go

(L-R) are Lyn Doverspike, director of the Pittsburgh office of the U.S. Commercial Service, Mark Kulyk, president of Rogers Brothers Corporation, and U. S. Congressman Mike Kelly.

Congressman Mike Kelly (L) presented Mark Kulyk with the U.S. Commercial Service’s Export Achievement Award.

to Peru to develop this business — the Peruvian market was brought to them.” Lyn Doverspike, the director of the Pittsburgh office of the U.S. Commercial Service said, “What is unique about Rogers Brothers and speaks to their success is its longevity. A 106-year-old family owned company, that stays in business and thrives, demonstrates the ability to change, adapt and refocus over the years and capitalize on growth opportunities outside of U.S. markets. Many a business could take a page from their playbook. Not exporting today is like leaving money on the table.” In his acceptance speech, Mark Kulyk,

Although best known for construction trailers, Rogers excels in building to customer specifications. Its modular designs offer increased versatility with detachable rear frames and interchangeable deck styles. Custom-engineered trailers are designed to meet the needs of the transportation, oil, gas, steel, mining, utility and heavy-haul industries. For more information, visit www.rogerstrailers.com or www.trade.gov/cs.

Following the award ceremony, Mark Kulyk (L) took Congressman Mike Kelly on a tour of the Rogers factory.

president of Rogers Brothers Corporation, expressed appreciation to the agencies involved in developing this overseas market. “From the exposure that St. Francis provided at the trade show in Peru to the export counseling provided by the Pittsburgh and Lima offices of the U.S. Commercial Service, the professional assistance we received was invaluable and extremely helpful in our sales efforts in Peru and elsewhere.”

This 121-ton (109 t) capacity trailer was built by Rogers for a copper mining company in Peru.


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Neutgens Excavating Purchases Felling’s X-Force Trailer Neutgens Excavating purchased an XFORCE 55-ton (50 t) detachable trailer from Felling Trailers Inc. The X-Force trailer it ordered was fairly customized, as it included a 4 ft. (1.2 m) beavertail with air-operated rear loading ramps. It will be using the trailer to haul various pieces of heavy equipment. Neutgens Excavating has been in business for 44 years and is owned and operated by brothers Matt, Tim and Tom Neutgens. It currently operates in St. Michael, Minn., with five excavators, five skidsteers, two front-end loaders, four dozers and seven trucks (five of them dump trucks). “Felling is the only manufacturer that will build me what I want,” said Matt Neutgens, “and the quality, fit and finish, and paint is second to none.” The X-FORCE trailer model line was devised from a compilation of the best features and design elements from market research with hydraulic detachable owner/operators. Felling’s main objective was to provide a user-friendly method of attaching the gooseneck to the main deck. “Our aspiration was to not just build a hydraulic detachable gooseneck trailer, but to design and build one that has the operator and fleet owner in mind in every detail,” said

Patrick Jennissen, sales/marketing manager. This was accomplished by designing a pointed T-1 “hook” on the bottom of the gooseneck that self-aligns into a pocket on the front of the main deck. Once the hook is fully in the pocket, a spring loaded T-1 bar lock automatically pops up behind the hook to lock the gooseneck to the main deck. The spring loaded “Tru-lock” system has an indicator arm connected through to the left front corner of the main deck, which is visible from the tractor mirror. This feature allows the driver visual con-

firmation that the Tru-lock system is engaged in the locked position. This arm also acts as a manual unlock device in the event the “air lock release” does not have sufficient air pressure. After attaching the gooseneck, the manual unlock feature allows the operator to easily disengage the Tru-lock system prior to detaching and engaging. Keeping the focus on user/operator ease of use, Felling incorporated these additional key features based on customer input for the X-FORCE model line:

Felling Trailers used its custom-color options to paint the XF-100-3 HDG trailer a unique blue color, which Neutgens Excavating requested to match its fleet.

• Five-position quick change load block — has three interchangeable, five-position ride height blocks giving the operator 15 possible ride height positions • A true 30 in. (76 cm) tall scraper profile gooseneck • T-1 manufactured mainframe rails are cambered and are welded on both sides of the web. • Tapered main deck frame design with 10 in. (25 cm) high approach, with the addition of flip over ramps or a fixed approach this creates a user-friendly approach angle. • Standard model deck height is 24 in./8 in. (61 cm/20 cm) ground clearance loaded. Low (L) deck model deck height is 19.5 in./6 in. (49 cm/15 cm) ground clearance loaded. • Rear trunion has a deep boom well standard with a dropped crossmember running from bolster to bolster. • 2400-PSI hydraulic low-pressure requirements to lift a fully loaded trailer • Flip axle brackets and plumbing on XF110-3 HDG (L) and XF-120-3 HDG models Felling Trailers used its custom-color options to paint the XF-100-3 HDG trailer a unique blue color, which Neutgens Excavating requested to match its fleet. For more information, visit www.felling.com.

Mohawk’s Tire Dolly Provides Michael Reardon Named Fast, Safe Tire Handling Mack Vice President, Sales

Mohawk’s tire dolly is available in 1,000 or 2,000 lb. (453 or 907 kg) capacity and has a full 46 in. (117 cm) lifting height, a 6 in. (15 cm) side shifting ability and two rear 360 degree swivel casters with caster locks. Mohawk’s TD1000/2000 also features a safety chain to secure locks, a hand crank with high gear ratio, which allows for one handed operation, and a foot pump that allows for hands free operation making tire removal and replacement a one person task. For more information, call 800/833-2006 or visit www.mohawklifts.com.

Michael Reardon was named vice president of sales of Mack Trucks, Inc., effective July 1. He brings more than 20 years of sales and marketing leadership to his new position, where he will be responsible for Mack’s national accounts and business development. Since coming to Mack from American Isuzu Motors in 1996, Reardon has served as vice president of distributor operations, vice president of Mack’s western region, and executive director of marketing and business development. He has been Mack vice president of marketing for the past three years, which included the launch of the company’s ClearTech SCR technology for EPA 2010 and the opening of the new Mack Customer Center in Allentown, Pa. He will continue to be based at Mack World Headquarters in Greensboro. He replaces Michael McNally, who is retiring after 39 years with the company. For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com.

Michael Reardon, vice president of sales of Mack Trucks Inc.


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Bri-Mar Offers New Cost-Conscious Dump Trailer Line In response to end user and dealer demands for a high quality dump trailer that satisfies today’s challenging economy, Bri-Mar Manufacturing LLC has expanded its line-up of dump trailers to include the new LE models. Positioned between BriMar’s HD and the company’s entry level Rascal line, the new LE line brings landscaping, utility and demolition contractors a quality trailer with a few less frills, according to the manufacturer. According to Sam Gayman, Bri-Mar’s sales and marketing manager, “The recent economy has The LE line is positioned between Bri-Mar’s HD and Rascal lines. been tough on many of the markets we serve. These All models feature Bri-Mar’s Monarch people are now looking to get their business- our HD line. We’ve economized with some es moving again and have asked us for an of the product features and some of those pumps and hydraulic cylinders, ALKO affordable, high-quality product to help them are now available as options on the LE. Ultru-Lube axles and PPG powder-coat findo just that. The LE line utilizes many of the Bottom line: We are bringing our customers ishing system. Other standard features same components and production and fin- a very reliable product at a very reasonable include 6 in. channel mainframes, 3 in. ishing processes that we’ve developed for price that caters to today’s tighter budgets.” channel cross members, 10 gauge floors,

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Takeuchi Announces New TB285 Mid Size Excavator Takeuchi-US has introduced the TB285 mid size hydraulic excavator. This is a next generation 200 series model and replaces the TB175. It has been completely redesigned and delivers higher performance, increased operator comfort and simplified service, according to the manufacturer. The TB285 features an Interim Tier IV turbocharged Yanmar engine that delivers 66.5 net hp (49.6 kW). The operating weight is just under 20,000 lbs. (9,072 kg) with a dig depth of 15 ft. (4.5 m). It boasts a bucket breakout force of 16,568 lbs. (7,515 kg) and a traction force of 19,783 lbs. Dual heavy duty boom cylinders provide considerable strength for lifting and ample clearance for buckets and attachments. Options include a 21.7 in. (55 cm) wide steel track, hydraulic thumb and heavy duty adjustable bucket coupler. The newly designed upper structure with rounded counterweight and covers allow the TB285 to work in more confined areas, with power and dexterity. It has a standard 2 year/2,000 hour warranty. For more information, call 706/6933600 or visit www.takeuchi-us.com.

The TB285 mid size hydraulic excavator replaces the TB175.

New Light Tower Offers Compact Light Source The newest addition to the line of portable light towers from Doosan Infracore Portable Power is the LSC (LightSource Compact), designed to meet the rigorous standards of rental and construction markets. The new LSC is ideal for illumination of special events, road and bridge construction, emergency and disaster relief and general construction sites, according to the manufacturer. The LSC portable light tower features a compact platform for job site mobility as well as truckload maximization with 11 fully-assembled units on a standard flatbed for cost-effective transportation. The LSC also utilizes up to 20 percent less space during storage and full operational deployment on a job site compared to the industry average, while maintaining its wind stability, static roll threshold and 30-ft. (9 m) extension capabilities. Four 1,000-watt metal-halide floodlights provide a NEMA 6 x 7 beam spread for better light distribution and area coverage. The fixture design with a side-mounted/horizontally positioned bulb in each rectangular floodlight provides broad light distribution of 460 ft.-candles. Cast-aluminum fixture housings include a separate reflector that lowers the risk of disruptive light distribution and offers a robust light. The small footprint of the floodlights reduces wind load. The heavy-duty galvanized steel tower of the

LSC extends from 12 to 30 ft. (3.6 to 9 m) and the mast is raised by dual, hand-operated winches and an automatic safety brake. Curly cord protection within the steel shroud along the first section of the tower prevents pinch or puncture damage. At full mast and with all four outrigger/jacks secured, the unit will withstand winds up to 65 mph. The telescoping tower can be rotated 360 degrees and locked into position for precise aiming of floodlights. For traveling and storage, a system automatically locks the tower into place when in the horizontal position. The LSC light tower is equipped with a Mitsubishi L3E 1,800-rpm water-cooled Tier IV Final engine. The engine, along with a 4.5 kW generator and 27 gal. (102 L) fuel tank, provides up to 52 hours of continuous operation. The new light tower is backed by a factory warranty providing 2year/2,000-hour bumper-to-bumper coverage. Strength and robustness for towing and operation stability is provided by a 7-gauge steel frame with integrated towbar. Safe towing of the LSC light tower also is ensured with a standard 2-in. (5 cm) ball hitch and a DOT full-running light package. All critical wiring is extended to the drawbar to enable easy hook-up to the tow vehicle. The trailer also is equipped with four tie-downs, zinccoated chains, a license plate holder with light and

VIN number for towing safety and compliance. Options available for the LSC include dual electric winches with an automatic safety stop, a low fuel shutdown with indicator light and a block heater. Two optional hitches also are available — a combination hitch with a 2.5-in. (6.3 cm) pintle eye and a 2-in. ball or a hitch with a 3-in. (7.6 cm) pintle eye. For more information, visit doosanportablepower.com.

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Construction Industry Assists in Tornado Aftermath By Lori Lovely CEG CORRESPONDENT

Two weeks into an emergency response in North Carolina, where his First Response Team of America crews were clearing roads and home sites, founder Tad Agoglia got word that “the worst tornado in history” hit nearby. His team deployed immediately to Ringgold, Ga. “We’ve seen F4 and F5 [tornadoes] before,” he said, his voice heavy with emotion, “but we haven’t seen such extensive damage. The length and width of the path of destruction is unimaginable. After a storm like this, we usually see a dozen people killed, but here, it’s hundreds.” However, he added, this is what they train and prepare for. “We don’t do construction on the side. We have $2 million in specialized disaster response equipment prepped to respond at a moment’s notice.” Their goal is to arrive in the crucial moments following a catastrophe, before the appearance of traditional relief agencies, to assist local first responders in reaching those in need by clearing roads and opening up access routes. Path of Destruction Agoglia’s help was desperately needed. The largest tornado outbreak in U.S. history swept through the southern part of the country from April 25 to 28, leaving catastrophic destruction in its wake. Greg Forbes, of The Weather Channel, reported that April saw four times the average number of tornadoes, and May had seen twice the average amount at the midway point. Warmer than usual temperatures and high humidity are creating conditions conducive for super cells that can develop into deadly twisters. The danger, if not disaster, was widespread. Two nuclear power plants in Browns Ferry, Ala., had to be shut down after the storm damaged its transmission system. But Tuscaloosa was hit even harder. Early estimates presume the tornado that pounded Tuscaloosa was on the ground for 176 miles, its winds gusting between 167 and 200 mph, destroying buildings and the city’s public works infrastructure, including the emergency management administration headquarters. “We are critically short of men, material and equipment,” Mayor Walter Maddox said at a news conference. This “Super Outbreak” spawned 327 tornadoes in 21 states from Texas to New York, killing at least 341 people. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration declared it the fourth deadliest outbreak, with April 27 listed as the fifth deadliest tornado day in U.S. history, having set a record for the most tornadoes in one day (173) from

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The First Response Team of America moved into Tuscaloosa, Ala., after a tornado was on the ground for 176 miles, with winds gusting between 167 and 200 mph.

a single storm. President Obama called the loss of life “heartbreaking,” and promised those affected by the storms the full support of the federal government. “We can’t control when or where a terrible storm may strike, but we can control how we respond to it,” Obama said during a press conference at the White House. Over the course of those four deadly days, 56 severe weather watches were issued in the outbreak area, including 41 tornado watches and 15 severe thunderstorm watches. Three of the tornadoes have been officially rated as EF5 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale, making April 27 the second day in history (the other being the April 3, 1974 Super Outbreak) that had three or more EF5 or F5 tornadoes. It also was the costliest tornado outbreak, even after adjustments for inflation, with insured damages estimated as high as $6 billion. Georgia On My Mind Fifteen named tornadoes blew through several parts of Georgia on April 27 and 28, according to Crystal Paulk-Buchanan, spokesperson of Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA). The twisters ranged from EF0 to EF4, with winds estimated between 175 to 190 mph and a damage path between one-third- and one-half-

mile wide. “We got hit everywhere,” Paulk-Buchanan said. “Georgia gets tornadoes, but not this size. This widespread is unusual.” After touring the area, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal told reporters, “It’s hard to imagine nature can be this devastating.” Paulk-Buchanan believes Photo courtesy of Lola Pierce it could have been worse. “We had storms April 4th- By late May, Agoglia’s First Response crews had 5th and North Carolina had cleared 25 home sites in Ringgold, Ga., for people been hit the week before, so without insurance and who had lost loved ones. it was in people’s minds. People got NOAA weather radios and were recover. That includes $2,557,157 through aware of storms moving through neighbor- FEMA’s disaster grant program to help ing states over the previous 24 hours. We got Georgia residents with temporary housing information out to warn people, thanks to the and home repairs; $1,840,500 in U.S. Small Business Administration low-interest disasmedia, and they paid attention.” Despite the advance warning, destruction ter loans for homeowners and businesses; was extensive. GEMA opened 13 disaster and $875,625 for the repair or replacement recovery centers across the state and several of personal property, transportation, medical, counties set up donation and distribution dental and funeral expenses under FEMA’s Other Needs Assistance program. In addisites. “It’s critical to have an emergency operat- tion, 2,683 inspections of damaged property have been completed by FEMA-contracted ing plan,” Paulk-Buchanan said. By May 22, 4,972 individuals and house- inspectors, a necessary phase in the process holds had registered for disaster assistance of getting assistance to the individual for and more than $5.2 million in federal assis- repairs and rebuilding. tance had been distributed to help survivors see TORNADO page 87


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of equipment distribution with an opportunity to network with senior-level industry executives. An impressive group of leaders will share their insights and perspectives and challenge you with new answers to old problems. September 15, 2011 – Membership Meeting. AGC St. Louis September Membership Meeting to be held on Thursday, September 15, 2011 at Norwood Hills Country Club, One Norwood Hills Drive Country Club, St. Louis, MO 63121. Cost is $85.00 inclusive of cocktails and dinner for Early Registration by Friday, September 9th. $100 per person if registering after September 9th. Cocktails: 5:30 to 6:30 PM; Dinner: 6:30 to 7:30 PM; Presentation: 7:30 PM. Construction has shown signs of turning positive in recent months after a five-year slide, but will it last? The private sector may finally be coming to life but federal and state funds are getting scarcer. Will the price spikes that hit some materials in the Spring keep spreading – or reverse course? How will the St. Louis area fare compared with other parts of the state and the nation? AGC of America Chief Economist Ken Simonson will answer these questions and yours. For more information you may call Donna Pigg at the AGC office at 314-781-2356, extension 108 or email: dpigg@agcstl.org. Successful 2010 Build St. Louis Expo. The Build St. Louis Expo was a great success! The aisles were full of representatives from all facets of the industry. All of the booths were sold, so attendees had some great new specialty contractors to meet and view new products on the market by the suppliers. The expo gave another meaning to the words “social networking” and actually shaking hands. Our appreciation to our industry participants – St. Louis Council or Construction Consumers, AIA St. Louis, St. Louis Minority Business Council and Contractors Assistance Program who helped promote the event to their members. 2011 CARDINALS BASEBALL TICKETS! There are still Cardinals tickets left for this season! The AGC of St. Louis has a luxury suite in Busch Stadium that seats twenty. Pricing includes 20 tickets for each game, access to the Redbird Club Level, and two reserved parking spaces in the parking area near the ballpark. Single games are priced at $1,900. You are responsible for your food and beverages. Contact Donna Pigg at dpigg@agcstl.org or 314-7812356, extension 108 for more information!


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YANMAR ENGINE OR PARTS • LOOKING FOR RUNNING OR REBUILDABLE YANMAR 4TNV98T OR 4TNV106T DIESEL ENGINE. OR JUST A CYLINDER HEAD FOR A YANMAR 4TNV106T DIESEL. CONTACT: JAMES ZHELTONOGA PHONE: 610-847-8697 EMAIL: JMZEE@FRONTIER.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED HITACHI ZX200 CONTACT: BINDAKHAN FZCO EMAIL: DAKHANFZ@EIM.AE –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR D400E OFF ROAD TRUCKS • (5 ) 1996-1999 D400E TRUCKS SERIES L WILL CONSIDER SERIES LL CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ALL THE TIME BULLDOZER D6H D7G D8K D8N 155 355 375 ENC CAB WITH RIPPER USER CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3RD MEMBER OR ENTIRE REAREND FOR CMI RS425 ROAD RECLAIMER CONTACT: CANDACE HINTON PINTO CONSTRUCTION PHONE: 936-569-6155 FAX: 936-569-6334 EMAIL: CHINTON0810@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CARRIER ASSY PART# 23B1500242 • CARRIER ASSY FOR A KOMATSU GD611A-1 S/N10603 CONTACT: CARGO AWAY CORP PHONE: 786-287-7056 FAX: 305-573-7038 EMAIL: CARGOAWAYCORP@LIVE.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU WHEEL LOADER WA6003 • MACHINES MUST B LOW HOUR , ORIGINAL PAINT , MULTIPLE UNITS WHOLE SALE PRICE REQUIRED. CONTACT: RASHID MAHMOOD PHONE: +97150 2663939 FAX: +9716 5350006 EMAIL: RASHID@ALRAAS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE OR CAT SKIDSTEER • I WOULD LIKE TO BUY A CASE OR CAT SKIDSTEER ON CONTRACT.BANKS ARE NOT AS FRIENDLY TO SMALL BUISNESS OWNERS ANY LONGER.I MUST HAVE A LOW HOUR MACHINE AND LARGE SIZE-90XT-OR-450 AND OR CAT 297 OR 299. CONTACT: JOHN VOSS PHONE: 641-660-1664 EMAIL: JOHN.VOSS@MCHSI.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU DOZER • WANTED KOMATSU D41 D53 D58 BULDOZER CONTACT: IJAZ AHMED PHONE: 0019165507009 EMAIL: TPPDEQUIP@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

HITACHI EXCAVATORS • UHO83 HITACHI EXC.WANTED MULTIPLE UNITS WHOLESALE PRICES PLEASE ...WILL CONSIDER ALL OFFERS AND MACHINES ... CONTACT: DALE PHONE: 360-551-9778 FAX: 360-895 3478 EMAIL: DALE.HEAVYEQUIPMENT HUNTERS@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VERMEER GRINDER • I AM LOOKING FOR A VERMEER GRINDER HG200 AND A TMR ANIMAL FEED MIXER CONTACT: KURT HORVATH PHONE: 847 344 4114 FAX: 847 391 9267 EMAIL: GREENROOFER@ INTRINSICLANDSCAPING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR • LOOKING FOR PC400-6 , PC400-7, ORIGINAL PAINT, NICE UNITS CONTACT: RASHIDMAHMOOD PHONE: +97150 2663939 FAX: +9716 5350006 EMAIL: RASHID@ALRAAS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CF (WOODS) MANUAL QUICK COUPLER • COUPLER TO FIT CASE 9030B/CX210 EXCAVATOR 80MM PINS 17 3/4-18 INCH CENTER TO CENTER CONTACT: TOM SCHIMELFENIG PHONE: 701-984-2522 FAX: 701-984-2523 EMAIL: TOMPEGGY@DAKTEL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE 521D WHEEL LOADER | CONTACT: FRANK HORAN @ TRICO EQUIPMENT PHONE: 800-654-USED (8733) EXT. 1230 FAX: 856-697-4842 EMAIL: FHORAN@TRICOEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TIMBERJACK SKIDDER 460 • WANTED TO BUY, USED/AUCTION TIMBERJACK SKIDDER WITH WINCH. NOT INTERESTED IN THE GRAPPLE. CONTACT: AGNES PHONE: +233243682595 FAX: +2330302776244 EMAIL: ANAIS_ABABIO@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BACKHOE RIMS • JD PART#AT169550 RIMS TO FIT A 12.5/80-18 TIRE OFF A 310 OR 315SE BACKHOE CONTACT: DICK BOHN PHONE: 715-472-2263 EMAIL: BABY33@LAKELAND.WS –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SET OF FORKS FOR A DRESSER 520C CONTACT: EUGENE ZEMPEL PHONE: 507-828-3390 FAX: 507-249-3060 EMAIL: ZEMPELE@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TO BUY D7G D8 D9 D10 WITH RIPPER I-I PREFERABLE CONTRACTORS PLEASE CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ BULLDOZERJM.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

NEED CUMMINS QSX15 ENGINES ANY CONDITION CONSIDERED CONTACT: HOWARD PHONE: 312-368-7997 FAX: 312-368-9419 EMAIL: HOWARD@DIESELSALES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MANITOU 3 TO 5 TON TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS • WE ARE INTERESTED TO BUY MANITOU FORKLIFTS ONLY FROM USA/CANADA WHOLESALERS/CONTRACTORS. WHOLESALE PRICES ONLY. CONTACT: MARK EMAIL: VANSEQUIP@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JAW CRUSHER 2003NEWER • WE ARE TRYING TO LOCATE JAW CRUSHER EITHER IN TEXAS OR NEAR TEXAS CONTACT: BARBARA PHONE: 903-509-2307 FAX: 903-561-3917 EMAIL: BDC1950@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JCB 5508, 550 (140170) | WE URGENTLY WANT TO BUY FROM USA CONTRACTORS/DEALER WHOLESALERS. CONTACT: MARK EMAIL: VANSEQUIP@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CF (WOODS) QUICK COUPLER | MUST HAVE 80 MM PINS 12-12 1/4 BETWEEN EARS CAN BE BETWEEN 17 3/4 AND 18 INCHES CENTER TO CENTER OF PINS CONTACT: TOM SCHIMELFENIG PHONE: 701.984.2522 FAX: 701.984.2523 EMAIL: TOMPEGGY@DAKTEL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ANY CONDITION-NEEDED FOR PARTS NPK E 218 HYDRAULIC HAMMER CONTACT: PHIL PHONE: 413-427-7171 EMAIL: PHILG123@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI ZX 270 | 2004-2006 YEAR, CLEAN WORK READY CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 4X4 SINGLE AXLE CAB CHAS | LIKE A INTERNATIONAL 4300 DT466 WILL LENGTH TO FIT CONTACT: RALPH PHONE: 580-591-3922 FAX: 580-536-2355 EMAIL: RDICKSON2@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TIRE HANDLER | TIRE HANDLER FOR 773 & 637 TIRES CONTACT: TOM WEAVER PHONE: 540-389-7002 FAX: 540-389-7072 EMAIL: TWEAVER@PARADIGMINTL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– INSULATION BLOWER USED GOOD QUALITY | ALSO NEED 7X12 CARGO TRAILER FOR INSULATION BLOWER CONTACT: TONY PHONE: 727-459-3935 EMAIL: TONYSABELLICHI@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

NEED TO BUY BULLDOZER SPECIALITE D8 WITH RIPPER 1977 AT 2011 CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CF PINGRABBER QUICK COUPLER | MUST HAVE 80 MM PINS APPROX. 17 3/4 CENTER TO CENTER 12 INCHES BETWEEN EARS PREFER MECHANICAL BUT WILL CONSIDER HYDRAULIC CONTACT: TOM SCHIMELFENIG PHONE: 701-984-2522 FAX: 701-984-2523 EMAIL: TOMPEGGY@DAKTEL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZER D7G AND D7H WITH RIPPER CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WILLARD | KOMATSU EXCAVATOR, 50,000 APPROX WEIGHT. $50,000 OR UNDER. WITH HEAT/AIR/THUMB. CONTACT: FROM MISSOURI PHONE: 660-484-3522 OR 660-542-4454 FAX: 660-484-3722 EMAIL: WKWOOD@GREENHILLS.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRIPLE L TRAILER | TRAILER THAT THE DECK LOWERS TO THE GROUND PREFERABLY A 7612 DROP DECK SCISSOR LIFT TRAILER CONTACT: DAN MCKINNEY EMAIL: DANO@COOPSONE.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– RUBER TIRE TRACTOR BACKHOE | JD OR CASE GOOD SHAPE 10 TO 12 REACH CONTACT: RICH PHONE: 507-847-3266 507-840-0838 EMAIL: RICHLIN507@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRAWLER CRANE | WANT TO BUY. AMERICAN 9310 CRAWLER. CONTACT: DON AUSTIN PHONE: 512-750-9742 FAX: 512-301-0163 EMAIL: MACHINERYPICTURE@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 980G | YEAR 2000 +/CLEAN WORK READY CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JCB 550, 550140, 550170,1998, 2007 | WE ALWAYS BUY THESE UNITS. PLEASE SEND IF YOU HAVE. THANKS CONTACT: MARK EMAIL: VANSEQUIP@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 5000 POUND FORKLIFT/AIR TIRES | LOOKING FOR AN OFF SOLID SURFACE TIRED 5000 POUND FORKLIFT. PREFER GAS ENGINE CONTACT: JOE HOTZE PHONE: 618-548-1711 FAX: 618-548-6753 EMAIL: JOEHOTZE@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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points for food distribution, and Takeuchi track loaders to remove “Usually, there are a trees and debris. But it also is helping in a more lot of positive stories immediate, more basic way, by distributing free bottled water and about close calls. food to victims in storm-affected areas. Now, there’s so much “We’re in the equipment rental business, so we knew an indirect loss. It creates a real effect would require rental equipment,” explained Jamie Cowin, sense of sadness.” Clearing Out Ringgold president and CEO of Cowin In Ringgold, Ga., near the Tennessee borEquipment Company Inc. der, officials shut down major roads leading Tad Agoglia “We discussed potential needs, into the city because of “downed power First Response Team of America but first we thought about what we lines, broken gas lines and looting,” accordcould do to help our neighbors and ing to Catoosa County Sheriff Phil support the community. Summers. He estimated that Birmingham Support Manager Joe the tornado was in Ringgold DeGrotti had an idea: cook meals for about five minutes. Five and supply water. It seemed obvipeople died and homes were ous.” so badly damaged that “only With support from equipment foundations are left,” suppliers and generous citizens, Summers said. Cowin sent trucks loaded with Many of those foundations large, company-owned grills to were buried in debris. By late Photo courtesy of Lola Pierce Cullman, where employees and May, Agoglia’s First Response First Response Team powering up a Methodist volunteers are grilling 500 meals crews had cleared 25 home church in Ringgold, Ga., the largest building left every day to serve to hundreds of sites for people without insurstanding, so it could serve as a hub for shelter victims of the tornadoes. ance and who lost loved ones. and a distribution site “I’m proud of the team effort,” “Complete demo down to Cowin said. “It will take a long time the foundation,” he elaborated. Photo courtesy of Ben Rollins Bucket after bucket of debris being cleared away by that the equipment “can do so much more.” to clean and rebuild. So many people lost “For free.” He plans to do more, as well. If he can everything; they just have nothing. We’re One home he cleared First Response in Tuscaloosa, Ala. secure financial support, he expects to stay in proud to support our community during this belonged to a young woman tragic crisis.” “As a human, something inside causes us Ringgold another month. who lost her unborn baby, her husband and Cowin said he doesn’t know how long to rise to the occasion: we have a job to do. home. Serving Those Affected in they’ll continue to provide free food and “It’s hard to reconcile what they’re going It’s not just asphalt and trees; there are peoAlabama water — “as long as it’s helpful and needed, through when everything you love is lost,” ple everywhere. You can’t help but be fueled According to the National Weather I suppose. As government agencies take Agoglia continued. “We hope it makes her by the tears. It gets personal. We go from Service, 52 tornadoes devastated Alabama charge, our demand could decline.” feel good to see her lot cleared, rather than strangers to friends to almost family.” Until then, it looks like the effort will Agoglia’s crew of four to six regulars, on April 27, with six EF3, eight EF4 and two the mess and memories. We can’t fix what working seven days a week, was augmented EF5 tornadoes confirmed. Alabama’s feder- expand to Tuscaloosa and other heavily has happened, we just help.” They help by clearing roads so rescue for a week by 20 employees from Lookout al disaster declaration spreads across 42 damaged communities. A very large and exceptionally destructive EF4 tornado, with workers and aid organizations can get in, Mountain Peterbilt, Ringgold, Ga., the deal- counties. The Alabama Emergency Management peak winds up to 190 mph, ripped through have access to those in need and operate. ership that donated the First Response Agency deployed 35 teams in DeKalb, Tuscaloosa and Birmingham on April 27, While one team cleared roads, another trucks. “It was a meaningful response,” he Tuscaloosa, Calhoun, Franklin, Marion, leaving more than 650,000 without power cleared a path to the Methodist church — the largest building left standing — and pow- explained, “because these people know how Fayette and Madison Counties. They include and at least 249 dead, as well as significant 10 heavy rescue teams, 10 medium rescue structural damage in its mile- to 1½-mileered up the building with emergency lighting to operate the equipment.” In addition to the Peterbilt trucks, First teams, five light rescue teams, an urban wide, 80-mile-long path. so it could serve as a hub for shelter and a “There’s such a wide swath of damage, Response has been using a Prentice loader search and rescue team, a state mortuary distribution site. from Tuscaloosa to north Birmingham in “We have a generator that will power up from the Caterpillar loader division, rubber team and eight law enforcement teams. The first major tornado of that devastating eastern Alabama. It’s tragic,” Cowin said. track multi-terrain loaders from Cat and Walmart,” Agoglia explained. A third team cleared the cemetery of tree Terex, Terex light towers, Cat generators and day struck the city of Cullman, Ala. Rated an “There’s a lot of loss of life and property. stumps and fallen trees and stones so burials Stihl chainsaws. Together, they have moved EF 4, it caused extensive destruction in the There’s a lot of need.” thousands of yards of debris, which is placed city of about 20,000 people. could take place. To help local residents, Cowin From Tuscaloosa to Tennessee “One thing that’s different about this in safe, designated, out-of-the-way areas for Equipment, which sells, rents and services The need extends through several states. storm is the amount of death and injury,” later pick-up by state officials. “We’ve had no equipment failure in four heavy equipment in Alabama, Georgia and Tornadoes that tore through Marion County, Agoglia reflected. “Usually, there are a lot of Florida, donated to the American Red Cross Ala., and Ringgold, Ga., moved into positive stories about close calls. Now, years,” Agoglia said proudly. Having run a construction company, he and loaned equipment to charitable organi- Tennessee. there’s so much loss. It creates a real sense of “Four tornadoes came through,” statsaid he knew what the equipment could do, zations and local government agencies sadness.” His despair is outweighed by a personal but explained that this type of operation is a assisting with the cleanup. It sent generators ed David Weems, Greenville, Tenn., very different application and has taught him to light up parking lots serving as gathering sense of responsibility. see TORNADO page 92 Some of the collateral damage not immediately considered is the amount of destroyed timber. According to the Georgia Forestry Commission, 161,208 acres of forest land, with an estimated value of $68,296,055, in 34 counties has been destroyed by the Super Outbreak. PaulkBuchanan pointed out the potential fire hazard.


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Ritchie Bros. Launches Equipment NDA Names Six 2011 Financing, Warranty, Insurance Services Scholarship Winners Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Inc. has launched a bundle of new valued-added services for its customers in the United States, Canada and around the world. These new services, which include detailed equipment information, realtime auction results through www.rbauction.com, equipment financing, powertrain service warranties and property and cargo insurance, will complement and further enhance the wide range of customer services already offered by the company, including comfortable first-class auction facilities, flexible bidding options, convenient on-site refurbishing services and a 21-language web site. “At Ritchie Bros., it’s all about our customers and we’ve run our business with that in mind for more than 50 years,” said Peter Blake, chief executive officer, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “Our company’s mission is to provide compelling business solutions that enable the world’s builders to easily and confidently exchange equipment. We believe with the launch of these new services we have taken another large step in that direction.”

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“Our company’s mission is to provide compelling business solutions that enable the world’s builders to easily and confidently exchange equipment. We believe with the launch of these new services we have taken another large step in that direction.”

Detailed Equipment Information Ritchie Bros. will collect and provide more equipment information online for all of its industrial auctions around the world. Available in 21 languages exclusively through Ritchie Bros.’ web site, detailed equipment information will include up to 50 high-resolution photographs of each item, allowing customers to clearly see key components of an item, along with a multi-point summary of those components and comments on basic functionality. This new service will enable customers to assess equipment online more efficiently and in greater detail prior to inspecting it at the auction site in person.

Peter Blake Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers

tomers. Financing options include equipment loans and lease-to-own programs. Available now in the United States and Canada, RBFS plans on rolling out its services to Ritchie Bros. customers in Europe and remaining global operations in 2012.

Ritchie Bros. customers are now able to purchase an optional powertrain service warranty for select equipment available at Ritchie Bros. auctions in the United States and Canada (excluding equipment sold at on-the-farm agricultural auctions).

Real-Time Auction Results Ritchie Bros. will provide real-time auction results for all customers viewing its auctions online through www.rbauction.com. Customers will instantly be able to see how much items have sold for and will be able to scroll back to see pricing for items they may have missed earlier in the day. Equipment Financing Ritchie Bros. Financial Services (RBFS) has partnered with leading equipment finance providers to bring fast, convenient, no-obligation financing options to Ritchie Bros. cus-

Powertrain Service Warranties Ritchie Bros. customers are now able to purchase an optional powertrain service warranty for select equipment available at Ritchie Bros. auctions in the United States and Canada (excluding equipment sold at on-the-farm agricultural auctions). All warranties are underwritten by AmTrust Group, a subsidiary of AmTrust Financial Services Inc., a multi-national insurance company. Buyers will be able to purchase a powertrain service warranty for select equipment purchased in Ritchie Bros. auctions held in Europe and the rest of the world in 2012.

On-Site Property & Cargo Insurance Ritchie Bros. customers are now able to purchase optional on-site property and cargo insurance for equipment purchased or sold at Ritchie Bros. auctions in the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia. On-site property insurance will protect a customer’s equipment while it is on a Ritchie Bros. auction site; cargo insurance will protect a customer’s equipment while it is in transit to or from a Ritchie Bros. auction site. Both of these insurance products are brokered by Marsh, a leading insurance broker and risk advisor. For more information, visit www.rbauction.com.

National Demolition Association presented five college scholarships to deserving students at the 38th Annual National Demolition Association Convention in Las Vegas. The NDA has recognized exemplary students with scholarships for more than 10 years. “These students have demonstrated a commitment to serve the local community while maintaining a high level of academic achievement and we’re pleased to salute them,” said Michael R. Taylor, executive director of the association. The Bill and Wanda Baker Scholarship was presented to Diana Anaya of Cicero, Ill. Anaya, a graduate of J.S. Morton East High School in Cicero, was nominated for this award by Alpine Demolition Services, Batavia, Ill. She plans on attending college and studying mathematics and education. The Patrick H. O’Rourke Scholarship was given to Stephanie M. Smith of Mapleton, Minn., a student at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse. The scholarship’s sponsor is Blue Earth Environmental Co., Mankato, Minn. A 2010 graduate of Maple River High School, Smith is majoring in accountancy at UW. The National Demolition Association Scholarship was awarded to two members of the class of 2011. Zachary T. Vaughn of Concord, Ohio, is a graduate of Saint Ignatius High School, also in Concord. He was sponsored for the scholarship by National Metal Trading, Willoughby, Ohio. A student leader and athlete who exhibited outstanding academic achievement, Vaughn will attend college in the fall. Kelsey Johnson of Bartlett, Ill., a graduate of Streamwood High School, Streamwood, Ill., also was a recipient of the NDA scholarship. She was sponsored by Brandenburg Industrial Service Company, Chicago. Johnson was ranked third in her class, a varsity athlete and involved in the Special Olympics. She plans on attending college in the fall. The Southern California Chapter of the National Demolition Association Scholarship was presented to Megan Michelle Hans of Covina, Calif. Her sponsor for the scholarship was Three D Service Co., Pomona, Calif. A graduate of Saint Lucy’s Priory High School, Glendora, Calif., she holds an associates degree from Citrus Community College and currently attends California State Polytechnic University. The Sims Adams Scholarship was awarded to Erin Olesen of Unionville, Conn. She was sponsored for the award by NDA member Manafort Brothers Inc., Plainville, Conn. Olesen, a 2009 graduate of Miss Porter’s School in Farmington, Conn., is currently a student at Claremont McKenna College. There she enrolled in the highly competitive Tutorial Program in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. For more information, visit www.demolitionassociation.com.


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HUGE Online Truck, Trailer Farm Implement, Fertilizer & Construction Equipment Auction Bidding CLOSES Thursday, July 28th, 2011 â&#x20AC;˘ Beginning at 10:00 AM CDT Go to www.delpeterson.com for more information and photos! NOTE: Some items are listed with our DPA Paddle-Lock guarantee (call for details). Floaters: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;94 T/G 1803 dry, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;95 GMC TopKick. Sludge Machine: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;03 T/G 9105NMS Applicator. Trucks: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;07 KW W-900L Day Cab With 8â&#x20AC;? Cab Extender, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;07 Freightliner CL-120 Columbia Conv., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;07 Freightliner Columbia, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;07 Freightliner Columbia, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;06 Peterbilt 379 Ext. Hood Day Cab, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;06 Peterbilt 386, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;06 Peterbilt 386, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;06 Peterbilt 386, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;06 Freightliner FLD13264T Classic XL Conv., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;06 KW W-900L, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;04 Peterbilt 379 Ext. Hood Ultra Cab, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;04 Peterbilt 379 Ext. Hood, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;05 Freightliner FLD13264T Classic XL Conv., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;03 International 9400i, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;02 Peterbilt 379 Short Hood Ultra Cab with 6â&#x20AC;? Cab Extender, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;02 Peterbilt 379 Ext. Hood Ultra Cab, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;01 IHC Eagle 9900 IX, Pro Sleeper, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;00 Freightliner Century Day Cab, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;00 Volvo 670 VNL64T Conv., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;99 International 4700, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;96 Freightliner FLD132 Classic Conv., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;96 Ford F Series Dump Truck, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;93 Ford F700, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;91 Freightliner FLD120, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;90 IHC 9400, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;88 Ford L9000, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;86 Chevrolet C60, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;75 Chevrolet C-65. Ready Mix Truck: 93 KW T600. Trailers: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;09 Wilson Grain Hopper Tlr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;07 Landoll 825G Lowboy Tlr., (12) â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;05 Great Dane Reefer tlrs., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;04 Wabash 48â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 102â&#x20AC;? S.S. reefer tlr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;03 Savage CT 98 AR bunk tlr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;01 Utility Reefer Tlr., 48â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 102â&#x20AC;?, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;00 Trail King Flat Bed Tank Moving Tlr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;00 Stoughton AVW485T-S-C-AR 48â&#x20AC;&#x2122; van tlr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;99 Utility Reefer, 48â&#x20AC;&#x2122; X 102â&#x20AC;?, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;99 Wabash Reefer, 48â&#x20AC;&#x2122;X102â&#x20AC;?, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;88 Fruehauf Van tlr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;97 Timpte Convertible Super Hopper alum. grain tlr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;97 Stoughton AVW-485T-S-C 48â&#x20AC;&#x2122; van tlr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;96 Utility Reefer, 48â&#x20AC;&#x2122;X102â&#x20AC;?, 13â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 6â&#x20AC;? high, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;94 Great Dane Reefer tlr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;96 Red River flow boy, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;94 CEI Pacer 24 ton alum. feed tlr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;94 Pamco 32â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 102â&#x20AC;? alum. feed tlr., â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;91 CEI Pacer 44â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 96â&#x20AC;? AT65-44-456 alum. feed, 1989 CEI Pacer 42â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 96â&#x20AC;? AT65-42-299 alum. feed, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;84 Challenger belly dump, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;78 Fruehauf 48â&#x20AC;&#x2122; van, (2) 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Hoppers, New Idea Bale transport tlr. Combines: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;08 JD 9870 STS, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;07 CAT Lexion 570R, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;04 JD 9760 STS. Combine Heads: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;02 JD 1293, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;98 JD 1293, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;98 JD 893. Tractors: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;05 New Holland TG285, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;02 Ford 2120, IH 706 wide front. Camper: 07 Cedar Creek CRF 362BTS 5th Wheel Camper. Vehicles: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;09 Cadillac CTS AWD, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;08 Ford E-350 XLT. Plow Equipment: IHC 12 bottom plow. Baler: 00 JD 566. Grain Wagons: (3) 600 bu gravity wagons. Manlift: Snorkelift A50 30â&#x20AC;?x 60â&#x20AC;? Manlift. (3) Forklifts, (4) Vertical Tanks, (2) Dry Equipment, (1) Excavator, (2) Dozers, Running Gears: (3) New Farmstar NH3 EZEE-TOW running gear. (7) Seed & Grain Equipment, many more related items!

Go to www.delpeterson.com for more information and photos! For more information contact Del Peterson & Assoc, 419 West Judy Drive Fremont NE, 68025, 800-492-9090 or 402-721-4388, Fax: 402-721-4583, E-mail: auction@delpeterson.com

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LiuGong Unveils 842 Tier IV Interim Z-Bar Wheel Loader LiuGong’s newest production class wheel loader is the first in LiuGong’s wheel loader line up to feature the EPA-compliant Tier IV Interim engine. LiuGong’s 842IV Z-bar has a 193 net peak hp (144kW) Cummins QSB6.7-C200 6-cylindar, 4-cycle turbocharged, watercooled diesel Tier IV interim engine. The ZF 4WG200 4/3 automatic shift transmission with a single stage, three element torque converter transfers that engine power to provide a breakout force of 30,574 lbs. Travel speeds for the 842IV Z-bar range from 26.2 mph (42 kmh) forward and 16.5 mph (26.5 kmh) in reverse. LiuGong’s 842IV Z-bar automatic boom kick-out / return-todig feature ensures fast cycle times for loading using the standard 3.5 cu. yd. (2.6 cu m) general purpose bucket with reversible cutting edge. An optional quick coupler accommodates included 60in. (152 cm) forks and a multi-purpose valve with auxiliary piping provides power to other wheel loader attachments. The Z-bar linkage configuration provides enhanced digging capacity. The 842IV static tipping load rating is 25,640 lbs. (11,634 kg) straight and 22,311 lbs. (10,120 kg) in a full turn. The 842IV’s Z-bar deluxe ROPS/FOPS climate controlled cab with heating and air-conditioning keeps the operator safe and comfortable with 3 in. seat belts, an adjustable suspension seat, back up alarm, rearview camera, rotating beacon and an AM/FM sound system with an MP3/USB interface. LiuGong’s standard ride control system and single lever pilot controls reduce operator fatigue and allow more efficient loading operations. Daily maintenance is simplified with an automatic, electrically raised engine hood. For more information, visit www.liugong.com.

LiuGong’s 842IV Z-bar has a 193 net peak hp (144kW) Cummins QSB6.7-C200 6-cylindar, 4-cycle turbocharged, water-cooled diesel Tier IV interim engine.

As More Towns Are Struck, Resources Are Stretched Thin TORNADO from page 87

superintendent. “We’re working in the area struck by two F3 tornadoes. It’s the worst I’ve ever seen in my lifetime. I always heard tornadoes don’t hit hills, but I guess that’s not true anymore.” Fortunately, the area is not heavily populated, with a total of approximately 69,000 in the entire county. In the ¾-mile-wide, 8-mile-long wake of devastation, crews are cleaning up construction debris, brush and vegetation along the right of way. Weems said the 10acre area once had approximately 100 homes and mobile homes on it. Now, it’s all rubble.The first step, according to Weems, is to clear debris and vegetation in the right of way. “It’s the longest, slowest process,” Weems added. Since May 4, 1,200 dump truck loads of debris have been hauled to leased sites on each end of town. Weems estimates that constitutes only 10 to 12 percent of the total amount, and said damages are estimated in the $12 million range.

“This will be a five-to six-month process,” he said. To accomplish the task, the City of Greenville leased a few pieces of equipment from the local John Deere dealership and got some equipment on loan, such as a JD 160D with thumb, a 437C log loader (a Prentice loader) and a large 100 Morbark tub grinder for grinding all those stumps and brush into mulch. “There’s a Nortrax factory down the road,” Weems explained. “The John Deere tractor dealership played a role in making the donation possible. They’ve been great.” In addition, many volunteers brought their own backhoes and equipment to help clear roads, including the Red Cross and nearby highway departments. Once the area has been cleared and the heavy equipment is out of the way, Weems said they will be able to evaluate the condition of the roads. “There’s some road damage, but they’re passable. We haven’t assessed all the damage yet,” said

Photo courtesy of Lola Pierce

Some of the collateral damage not immediately considered is the amount of destroyed timber. According to the Georgia Forestry Commission, 161,208 acres of forest land, with an estimated value of $68,296,055, in 34 counties has been destroyed by the Super Outbreak.

Weems. He anticipates a certain amount of road repair because the shot and chip paving — a twin layer of asphalt — is not suitable for a lot of heavy traffic. “The steel track on the machines can do a lot of damage,” he explained. Among the challenges facing

Weems is weather. Because it has continued to rain, crews have been forced to haul in rock to keep the mud down. “Weather is a big challenge,” he confirmed. “We’ve had a few thunderstorms; it gets our attention now.” None of the City’s 70 employees were directly affected by the

tornado, but they’ve been working so many hours on cleanup, Weems said he had to hire extra hands in order to be able to rotate people so “the guys can get some rest.” Weems himself has had only two Sundays off since April 27. “The people need support. That’s why I work so many hours.” The equipment also is working long hours, but Weems said because they just finished routine spring service, the equipment can “go awhile,” even though it’s working 70 hours continuously. Budget is an ongoing challenge. “It’s a strain until FEMA steps in,” Weems said, adding that all the volunteer help and donations have greatly assisted continuing efforts. However, as more tornadoes strike other parts of the Midwest, including Joplin, Mo., and Kansas, Arkansas and Oklahoma, resources will be stretched thin. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC .....................................................9 ALL ERECTION & CRANE RENTALS ....................................................30 ALLU GROUP .........................................................................................29 AMERICAN STATE EQUIPMENT ...........................................................11 ANACONDA CONVEYORS USA INC ....................................................63 ARING EQUIPMENT CO INC .................................................................17 BARGAINS...............................................................................................81 BODINE MFG .........................................................................................37 BRANDEIS ..............................................................................................26 CEC .........................................................................................................65 CHICAGO PNEUMATIC .........................................................................60 CK POWER ............................................................................................30 CLASSIFIEDS....................................................................................82, 83 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE BACKHOES & ATTACHMENTS PROMO.........................................44 CEG SCALE MODELS .....................................................................31 CEG WANTED..................................................................................84 MORE VALUE FOR YOUR ADVERTISING DOLLARS ...................69 SHOPPING FOR USED EQUIPMENT .............................................79 DEL PETERSON AUCTIONEERS HUGE ONLINE AUCTION 07/28 ......................................................91 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP ..............................................42 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..............................................................47 DOPPSTADT ..........................................................................................62 DURATECH ............................................................................................68 DYNAPAC ...............................................................................................38 ERB EQUIPMENT ..................................................................................49 EXODUS MACHINES .............................................................................59 FABCO EQUIPMENT INC ........................................................................7 FABICK CAT .....................................................................................13, 58 FARM-RITE EQUIPMENT INC .................................................................8 FELLING TRAILERS ..............................................................................73 FINKBINER EQUIPMENT CO ................................................................11 FLANGE LOCK .......................................................................................27 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ................................................................27 FURY MOTORS ......................................................................................75 GARY CARLSON EQUIPMENT .............................................................10 GODBY REALTY & AUCTION SOMERSET KY 08/05-06 .................................................................91 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM .....................................................68 GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE) ...........................................................53 HOWELL TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ........................................52, 96 ILLINOIS TRUCK & EQUIPMENT ............................................................3 IRAY AUCTION JOHNSON CREEK WI 07/22 ...........................................................91 IRON PLANET AUGUST ONLINE AUCTION............................................................85 JJ SCHECKEL CORP .............................................................................30 JOHN DEERE .........................................................................................95

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..........................................41 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ............................................................50, 51 KUBOTA ..................................................................................................52 LEADING EDGE ATTACHMENTS INC ..................................................37 MATT MARING AUCTION NORTHFIELD MN 08/18 ..................................................................93 MB AMERICA INC ..................................................................................56 MCCANN INDUSTRIES INC ....................................................................6 METSO ...................................................................................................61 MID COUNTRY MACHINERY ................................................................48 MIDLAND EQUIPMENT CO ...................................................................74 MUSTANG MFG .....................................................................................40 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ...................................................................37 NORAM ...................................................................................................39 NORTRAX ...............................................................................................19 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC .............................................35 PATTEN TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ..................................................2 POWERSCREEN MW DEALER .............................................................67 RDO EQUIPMENT/SCHARBER EQUIPMENT .......................................20 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS NOW YOURE READY FOR WORK .................................................88 AUCTION CALENDAR .....................................................................89 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY & SUPPLIES...................................6, 23 ROLAND MACHINERY INC .....................................................................5 ROTOBEC ...............................................................................................37 RUDD EQUIPMENT CO .........................................................................25 SARGENTS EQUIPMENT ......................................................................57 SENNEBOGEN .......................................................................................64 SHUR CO ...............................................................................................74 SMITHCO ................................................................................................76 STAR EQUIPMENT LTD ...........................................................................6 SYDENSTRICKER FARM & LAWN ........................................................21 TEREX CRANES ....................................................................................45 TITAN MACHINERY ...............................................................................22 TITAN TRAILERS MFG ..........................................................................75 TOW MART INC .....................................................................................75 TOWMASTER INC ................................................................................77 U-SCREEN .............................................................................................68 US EQUIPMENT .....................................................................................15 WEST SIDE TRACTOR SALES .............................................................29 WILSON EQUIPMENT CO .....................................................................16

OHIO STATE SUPPLEMENT BOBCAT ENTERPRISES .........................................................................4 CLEVELAND CRANE & SHOVEL SALES ...............................................7 COLUMBUS EQUIPMENT CO .................................................................8 RUDD EQUIPMENT .................................................................................3 THE MCLEAN CO ....................................................................................5 VERMEER HEARTLAND .........................................................................7

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