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Wis. Company to Oversee Stadium Construction

EPI, Walsh Team Up for O’Hare Project...32

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

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The public board working with the Minnesota Vikings to build a stadium in downtown Minneapolis has turned to a Wisconsin company to oversee the project. The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority chose Madison, Wis.,-based Hammes Co. on Aug. 3 to serve as its representative on the project. In that role, Hammes will oversee project design and development, according to a Minneapolis Star Tribune report. Hammes served a similar role in the construction or renovation of several other NFL stadiums in recent years, including the renovation of Lambeau Field in Green Bay. Hammes has pledged to commit 45,000 work hours to the Minneapolis project at a cost that isn’t to exceed $7.8 million. The five-member stadium authority is the public watchdog on the $975 million project, of which nearly $500 million will come from public financing. Minnesota lawmakers gave the go-ahead this spring for the stadium that will be built on the site of the Metrodome in Minneapolis.

see BRIDGE page 48

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The bridge towers on the Illinois and Missouri sides of the Mississippi River stand 400 ft.(122 m) tall.

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New Mighty Miss Span Will Be Third Longest in U.S. By Jennifer Rupp CEG CORRESPONDENT

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The New Mississippi River Bridge (NMRB) project is a four-year construction project to build a cable-stayed bridge across the

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Minn. Bridge Collapse Artifacts Stay Out of Sight

Truck & Trailer Section ........ ......................................39-49

By Brian Bakst ASSOCIATED PRESS

Attachment Section ....55-59 Recycling Section ........71-85 Business Calendar ............89 Auction Section ........91-103 Advertisers Index............102

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

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

beams — some crumpled as though they were aluminum cans — and the sheered connector plates that first gave way. The fragments offer a frozen-in-time reminder of the devastating forces that sent the span tumbling into the Mississippi River below. At the time of the tragedy, historians knew that documenting the disaster would be a sensitive but essential task. They set out to collect items that could tell the story of Bridge No. 9340, its victims and those who rushed to the scene to help. They came away with the highway sign with see ARTIFACTS page 70


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ID# UE1494 $105,000

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Cat 963D, 2008, N5642, EROPS, GP Bkt ........................$180,000

Cat 297C, 2007, W1545, Cab, A/C, Hyd QC ......................$44,000 John Deere 320D, 2011, UE1603, EROPS, Bkt ................$29,900

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

Cat D5K LGP, 2008, N5803, Cab, 3rd Valve ....................$105,000

Cat 430E, 2007, N5471, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Ride Cntrl......$82,000

Cat D6K LGP, 2009, N6127, Cab, 4th Valve ....................$170,000

Cat 430E, 2007, N5415, EROPS, Heat, A/C, QC ................$94,000

Cat D6K XL, 2007, N5337, EROPS, 4th Valve..................$135,000

Cat 430E IT, 2006, N5209, EROPS, A/C, E-Stick................$56,000

Cat D6T LGP, 2008, UN2165, EROPS, ARO Ready ..........$265,000

Cat 906H, 2009, UE1497, EROPS, Ride Ctrl, QC ..............$68,000 Cat 924GZ, 2007, N6145, EROPS, Heat, Ride Control ......$98,000

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Blaw Knox PF115, ’89 ....................................................$11,500 LeeBoy 1000D, ’03, 1,475 hrs ........................................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’10, 2,140 hrs......................................$54,500 LeeBoy 8500HD, ’00, 2081 hrs ......................................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘03, 3683 hrs........................................$19,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘04, 2,739 hrs ......................................$26,500 LeeBoy 8500LD, ‘05, 3200 hrs........................................$19,500

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WHEEL LOADERS Cat 920, ’73, 7216 hrs ......................................................$7,000 Cat 980C, ’86, 7216 hrs ..................................................$59,000 Deere 444C, ’82, 8749 hrs..............................................$13,000 Komatsu WA200-5, ’05, 617 hrs ....................................$97,500 Komatsu WA200-5L, ’07, 1,706 hrs................................$99,500 Komatsu WA320-6, ’08, 3961 hrs ................................$126,500 Komatsu WA380-5, ‘06, 4965 hrs ................................$132,500 Komatsu WA400-5L, ’04, 7,169 hrs................................$94,500 Komatsu WA400-5, ’05, 8218 hrs ..................................$89,500 Komatsu WA450-6, ’07, 7,355 hrs................................$196,500

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2001 Cat 345BL II..................................$78,000

1968 Cat 824B ......................................$19,500

Cat 426C ................................................$31,500

2007 Volvo BL70....................................$42,500

S/N AGS00921, 13,744 hours, EROPS, coupler, GP-bucket, cylinders good, u/c good

S/N 36H00658, OROPS, S blade, sheeps foot pads good, engine rebuilt in 2009

S/N 6XN03727, 5174 Hrs, EROPS, E-Stick, 4x4, 24” Bkt, Tires Good

S/N 11164, 1848 Hrs, EROPS, Coupler, Bucket, Tires Good, 4x4

2005 Cat 938G II..................................$134,500

1979 Cat 631D ......................................$45,100

2006 Cat 966H ....................................$197,500

2004 Cat 950GII ..................................$129,000

S/N RTB01173, 3320 Hrs, EROPS, A/C, Hyd. Quick Coupler, Tires Good

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S/N A6G00225, 7435 hours, EROPS, A/C, GP-bkt, tires good, engine rebuilt at 7422 hours

S/N AXX01037, 4638 hours, EROPS, A/C, GP-bkt, pallet forks, diff Ltd slip front and rear

2006 Cat D5KLGP..................................$99,000

1970 Cat 920 ..........................................$17,500

1989 Cat 621E........................................$37,500

1994 Cat D8N ........................................$95,000

S/N YYY00151, 1504 hrs, EROPS, A/C, 26” tracks, blade

S/N 62K01852, 5362 hours, EROPS, bucket, snow plus tires-good, runs good

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1997 Cat 950F II ....................................$57,500

1974 Cat 120G ......................................$38,500

2005 Cat 962G II..................................$137,000

1987 Cat D8N ........................................$82,500

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

724/947-2235 Day/Night Fax 724/947-3820 Call Andy Miller Established 1928 Our Greatest Assets .. Our Employees WHEEL LOADERS

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

(2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition CRANES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 Broderson IC80-1B, 1984, 8.5 ton, Perkins TRUCKS & TRAILERS dsl, OROPS, 20’ boom,, 3500hrs, good . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL dual fuel, 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs$21,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., AIR COMPRESSORS 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . .. IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500

Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 Komatsu WA250-3PT, 1999, EROPS w/AC, JRB coupler, bucket, forks 20.5x25, good cond. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$63,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 $79,500 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick couCRAWLER LOADERS pler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt. MOTOR SCRAPERS boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . .$89,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” tank, ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . .$49,500 DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, COMPACTORS very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, OFF ROAD HAULERS Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideJD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean boards, tailgate (currently off work), work quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,500 ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29,000 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . .. Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . .$145,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 rubber, operational . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, hitch rebuilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . .. stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . .$57,000 w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . .From $79,500 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$87,500 rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” gas engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . .$255,000 stock, lever & remote . . .$4,000 to $10,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, JRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 of bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$77,500 single drum, tow type . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” CRAWLER TRACTORS TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working DOZERS (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a- everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$97,500 Case 1550, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, blade, winches, v. good . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG Carco Winch, Rear Screen, P/S Trans, Low Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade .. pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, Hours, Exc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85,000 work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL

SPECIALS Vermeer 5800 Trencher, 1997, 4 cyl dsl eng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,900 (12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a tow-type, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $5,200

BACKHOES Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . .$24,500

DRILLS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Duraquip dust collection . . .$150,000 MISCELLANEOUS (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. ATTACHMENTS BUCKETS PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . .$9,500 Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple Buckets in Stock -Call For Your Needs FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 (5) Cat 936/926/950 pallet forks, for a Balderson quick coupler, exc. cond . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,500 Ea. Others Available Call Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection All Equipment is Owned & Operated By ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.


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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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PAVERS / ROAD WIDENERS CEDAR RAPIDS CR362L - ‘08 • Electric 8-16’ screed, Top Con Syst V, approx 1563 hrs ............................................................................................................$177,500 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘10 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/ Hopper Insert, 940 hrs ................................................................................................................$289,500 CEDAR RAPIDS CR662RM - ‘11 • Mat. Transfer Vehicle w/Hopper Insert, 427 Hrs ........................................................................................................................$POR MIDLAND SPR-6 - ‘11 • RH Discharge Widener to 6’, 277 Hrs ..................$95,000 MIDLAND SPR-6 - ‘11 • RH Discharge Widener to 6’, 45 Hrs ..................$105,500 CALL items may be on rent causing pricing and hours to vary.

MILLING MACHINES ROTEC RX400 - ‘11 • 48” Cut, 4 Track, Front Loading, Mill w/470 Hrs ..........$POR WIRTGEN W50 - ‘11 • 20” Cut, 3 Wheel, Rear Discharge Mill w/350 Hrs ......$POR WIRTGEN W500 - ‘02 • 20” Width, 3 Wheel Mill w/ Load-Out Conveyor, 1600 Hrs ..................................................................................................................$82,500

ROLLERS Cat 214D - ’00, 48” Dbl Drm Vib, 4200 hrs ..............................................$10,500 Cat 214D - ’01, 48” Dbl Drm Vib, 4100 hrs ..............................................$10,900 SAKAI CR270 - 36", 3000lb, 4000VPM, vibratory, 217 hrs ..........................$9,800 SAKAI GW750 - ‘11 • Vibratory Pneumatic, 79’ Wide, 320 Hrs ................$109,900 SAKAI R2H-2 - ‘10 • 3 Wheel Static Roller, 83” Wide Coverage, 350PLI, 450 Hrs .. ..................................................................................................................$85,000 SAKAI SW800II - '09 • 67" Dbl Drm Vib, 1115 hrs ....................................$57,500 SAKAI SW800II - ‘11 • 67” Dbl Drm Vib, w/remaining standard and EPTW, 96 hrs ..................................................................................................................$95,000 SAKAI SW850-2 - ‘10 • 79” Dbl Drm Vib w/balance of Std warranty and EPTW, 541 hrs ......................................................................................................$87,500

EXCAVATORS GRADALL XL4100II - ‘04 • Trk Mtd. Exc. w/2 Buckets, 5925 Hrs ............$139,950

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Large Selection of New & Used Equipment in Stock. AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT ALLIS RT2448 PORTABLE JAW PLANT, 1993, with 24”x48” Jaw, 48”x20’ Vibrating Grizzly Feeder, Front Discharge Conveyor, Six Hydraulic Legs, Tri-Axle Chassis, Cummins NT855 Diesel with Hydraulic Drives for Feeder & Conveyor ............................................CALL LIPPMANN MODEL T-4236 ROLL PLANT, 1995, S/N 950411, 42" X 36" rubber-tire drive rolls, 64" x 16' S.D. screen, Cat 3408 diesel, rotovator and switch gear (offplant) ........................................................................CALL POWERSCREEN MODEL 510 WASH SPREAD, 2002, 5' x 10' 3-deck screen, Deutz diesel, includes a Graystone 36" x 25' screw and (2) 30" x 45' hydraulic conveyors.... ..................................................................................CALL EXCAVATORS DEMAG H95 MASS EXCAVATOR, Powered by a Cat 3408 Diesel, with a 24’7” Gooseneck Boom, and a 10’8” Stick with 43’6” Reach and 25’ Digging Depth, 7.2 cu yd HD Rock Bucket, Approx. 220,000 Lb. Working Weight, 5800 Frame Hours and Recent Engine Rebuild ............................................$125,000 LIEBHERR R974B HDSL UTILITY CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, Powered by a 471 HP Liebherr D9408TI Diesel, 33’11” Semi-Gooseneck Boom with 15’5” Stick, 5 cu yd HD Bkt, 21’x14’ 4” Wide U/C with 30” Track Pads adn Removable Sideframes, Approx. 190,000 Lb. Working Weight..................................................CALL

Milwaukee, WI 1-800-236-6900 Fax 414-541-1892

LIEBHERR R954C HD “LITRONIC” CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, (Several 2006-2007 Models Available) with Various Boom/Stick Combinations and Buckets Available, 326HP Liebherr D936L Six-Cyl. Tier 3 Diesels, Hydraulically Removable Counterweights, 124,000 to 130,000 Lb. Working Weights..........CALL CRANES GROVE RT760 60 TON CAPACITY ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 1993, with Cat Diesel, 110’ Power-Pinned Boom, 32’ to 56’ Telescopic Offsettable Swingaway, Main & Auxiliary Hoists, 29.5x25 Tires, Ready to work ....................................................................$179,900 GROVE RT875E 75 TON ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 2006, 41’ to 128’ boom, 33’ to 56’ bi-fold swingaway, Model 30 main & auxiliary hoists, 29.5 x 25 tires, 3position outriggers ............................................CALL MANITOWOC 777 SII 200 TON CRAWLER CRANE, 2000, Cummins, 220' main boom, 40' fixed jib, third drum, 7800 hours ..............................................CALL MANITOWOC 11000 100 TON CAPACITY CRAWLER CRANE, 2008, (100 Ton capacity @ a 14' radius), with a 332 hp Hino 6 cylinder Tier III diesel, 200' main boom, 60' jib, LMI, 36” crawler shoes, approximate working weight of 218,000 lbs. with 74,970 lb. 5piece counterweight, counterweight and side-frame removal systems. 3020 hours ............................CALL

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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On the Rise...

Fabick CAT Names Paben, Wilkins, Spending Reaches Hunt Product Support Representatives Its Highest Level Since December 2009

Rob Paben

Tyson Wilkins

Fabick CAT announced Rob Paben, as its new product support representative for its Columbia and Jefferson City, Mo., stores, Tyson Wilkins for its Fenton, Mo., location and Shannon its Marion, Ill., location. “We are very pleased to have someone with the qualifications and work ethic that Rob brings to this role and I fully expect that he will become one of our top performing PSSRs, ” said Tracey Scott, product support manager at Fabick CAT. Paben began his career working at a competitor as a field technician for 14 years, and then worked for another competitor also as a technician for five years. Paben has been with Fabick CAT for two years now with more than 20 years experience with heavy equipment machinery. “I enjoy working with construction equipment because I am fascinated with how things work I also enjoy being able to gain as much knowledge about the equipment I can,” Paben said. Paben is responsible for following through with a customer after the sale of the equipment with all their parts and service needs. Paben can help a customer understand the operation of the equipment and maintenance on the equipment. If a problem was to occur with the equipment purchased, then Paben is the contact to get the problem resolved. Paben also can help with repairs on older equipment. “I want my customers to have complete satisfaction when it comes to their needs after the purchase of the equipment,” Paben said. Paben will cover 10 counties in the Columbia and Jefferson City area. Those counties include Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Moniteau, Miller, Cole, Osage, Gasconade, Pulaski, Maries and Phelps. “Rob is naturally very technically astute. Rob’s background makes him uniquely qualified to bring great support and council to our customers operations. We look forward to Rob’s contribution to the growth of our product support revenues in JC and CO,” said Scott. Tyson Wilkins “Wilkins has a great technical background and really knows and understands the equipment,” said Joe Swayne, director of product support at Fabick CAT. Wilkins completed his technician internship for school at Fabick CAT in 2001 and was later hired on as a full-time technician. After 11 years experience at Fabick CAT work-

Shannon Hunt

ing in the shop Wilkins was promoted to provide product support for customers in the field. “I enjoy the equipment and the construction side of working for Fabick CAT,” Wilkins said. Wilkins is responsible for 10 counties in the area. Those counties include St. Louis County, Crawford, Reynolds, Dent, Iron, Washington, Ripley, Oregon, Carter and Shannon. Like Paben, Wilkins is responsible for following through with a customer after the sale of the equipment with all their parts and service needs. He also can help a customer understand the operation of the equipment and maintenance on the equipment and if a problem was to occur with the equipment purchased, then Wilkins is the contact to get the problem resolved. Wilkins also can help with repairs on older equipment. “I want to be a customer’s only phone call made when they need something in relation to parts and service,” Wilkins said. “He has a great customer attitude and tries to get to know them and help them with their business; he is a great asset to the Fabick CAT team,” said Swayne. Shannon Hunt “Shannon came to Fabick CAT with the goal of becoming a Product Support Representative, were glad to finally see that happen,” said Andy Vigna, product support manager at Fabick CAT. Hunt has been with Fabick CAT for six years, starting out in the parts warehouse and then as a Parts Counterman. “I enjoy working with construction equipment because I am just fascinated with Caterpillar. I’ve always wanted to work in this field and a few years ago I finally got the opportunity,” said Hunt. “I want to establish a relationship with my customers so they can trust me and count on me to be there for them day in and day out. Developing a relationship is a big part of the job I just want them to be happy with what Fabick CAT is doing,” said Hunt. Hunt will cover Saline, Pope, Hardin, Gallatin, Williamson, Jackson, and Perry counties in the Marion, Ill., area. For more information, contact Paben at 573/239-7461, Wilkins at 314/578-8712, Hunt at 618/579/3508 or visit www.fabickcat.com.

Construction spending in June rose to a 2-1/2 year high as double-digit percentage increases in private residential and nonresidential construction more than offset an ongoing downturn in public construction, according to an analysis of new federal data released Aug. 1 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials said they expect the disparity between private and public construction is likely to persist and urged policy makers to put more funding into infrastructure projects. “The June spending gains come on top of upward revisions to May and April totals, reinforcing the notion that private construction is now growing consistently,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “Even more encouraging, the improvement is showing up in a wide range of residential and nonresidential categories.” Simonson noted that total construction spending gained 0.4 percent for the month and 7.0 percent year-over-year. Private nonresidential spending climbed for the fourth consecutive month and was 14 percent higher than in June 2011. Residential construction increased 1.3 percent for the month and 12 percent year-over-year, with new multifamily construction soaring 3.4 percent and 49 percent, respectively, and single-family homebuilding up 3.0 percent and 19 percent. The construction economist said that five of the 11 private nonresidential categories in the Census Bureau’s monthly report registered double-digit percentage gains in spending from June 2011 to June 2012: power and energy construction (including oil and gas-related projects), 26 percent; hotels, 26 percent; manufacturing and educational, 19 percent apiece; and transportation (mainly trucking and rail facilities), 17 percent. There also were 7 percent year-overyear increases in health care, commercial (retail, warehouse and farm) and office construction. Public construction spending appears to have stabilized in recent months but the June 2012 total was 3.7 percent less than a year earlier, Simonson noted. He said only two of the Census Bureau’s 13 public categories posted year-over-year increases. “Private nonresidential and multifamily construction should continue to grow in the second half of 2012 and beyond,” Simonson predicted. “Single-family homebuilding also should top last year’s figures, although progress may not occur every month. As a result, total construction spending in 2012 will be positive for the year for the first time since 2007 even though public construction will remain in the doldrums.” Association officials said construction growth will remain unbalanced, however, unless lawmakers enact more funding for essential water, wastewater and other infrastructure projects. “Although Congress has kept highway spending from falling, other types of infrastructure, including our aging water systems, need attention,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “There is nothing to be gained from letting our infrastructure deteriorate further.”


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2003 Volvo EC360B LC - 12' 10"' ARM; AC; RADIO; 36" PADS; 70% UC; 54" P/O BUCKET; PILOT PATTERN CONTROL CHANGE ..................................$115,000

2009 Volvo ECR145CL - A/C, Radio w/CD, 24" Pads, 8'2" Stick, Hammer/Shear Piping, Q/C Piping, Pilot Pattern Control Changer ..................$Call

2002 Volvo A40D - A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES..........................$175,000

2003 Volvo A40D - A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES..........................$256,000

2004 Volvo A40D - AC, CONTRONICS, 29.5-25 TIRES, TAILGATE ......$240,000

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2011 Volvo A40F – 1274 Hrs, Volvo D16H (476hp) Tier 4i Engine, Heated Air Suspension Seat w/Armrest, Front Work Lights, Rear View Color Camera, Electric Hood Opener, Delayed Engine Shutdown, Engine Block Heater, CareTrack Telematics System, 29.5R25 Michelin XADN Tires…$480,000

2005 Volvo L70E - Cab, A/C, Contronics, Hyd Attachment Bracket, 20.5R25 Tires, 2.5CY Bucket w/BOE ................$112,500

2007 Volvo A40D - A/C, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES, TEFLON LINERS .......... ..................................................$339,000

2005 Volvo A40D - AC, CONTRONICS, 29.5R25 TIRES, TAILGATE ......$200,000

(476hp) Tier 4i Engine, Heated Air Suspension Seat w/Armrest, Front Work Lights, Rear View Color Camera, Electric Hood Opener, Delayed Engine Shutdown, Engine Block Heater, CareTrack Telematics System, 29.5R25 Michelin XADN Tires....$480,000

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2008 Volvo EC290C LC - A/C, 36" Pads, 12'2" Stick, Aux Hyd., Q/C Piping, Rotator Piping, Pilot Pattern Control, Block Heater..............................$157,000

2005 Volvo L150E - Cab, A/C, Radio, Work Lights, Boom Suspension, Return to Dig, 5.25cy Bucket w/BOE, 26.5R25 Tires, New Engine ..........................$Call

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2008 CAT D6K LGP

2000 CAT PS360

2008 CAT 928HZ

S/N AXX01814, 5,620 Hrs, AC, 4.25 CYD GP ....................................................$150,000

S/N DHA00679, 2492 Hrs, AC, 4th Valve, Accugrade Ready ........................$129,500

S/N 9LS00183, 2427 Hrs, 2 Speed Trans, Variable Forward/Reverse ............$83,000

S/N CXK00407, 640 Hrs, 2.6 CYD GP Bkt, AC ..................................................$137,500

2008 CAT 315DL

2007 Cat 272C

2006 CAT 314CL

2007 CAT 320DL

S/N CJN00360, 2,317 Hrs, 10’2” Stick, 24” Pads ..............................................$133,500

S/N RED00560, 742 Hrs, AC, Hydr Cplr, Smooth Bkt, New Tires ..................$46,900

S/N PCA01164, 3338 Hrs, Hydr Thumb, Bkt, Aux Hydrs, Coupler Plumbing ........$92,500

S/N PHX350, 3,003 Hrs, Aux Hyds, Coupler, 48” Bkt............................$160,000

2006 CAT 315CL

2004 CAT 980G II

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2007 CAT 980H

S/N CJC3818 3,405 Hrs, Aux Hyds, 36” Bkt, 24” Pads ..................................$95,000

S/N AXG01090, 8619 Hrs, AC, Ride Control, Good Tires, GP Bkt........$225,000

S/N CXK00529, 1,976 Hrs, AC, 2.9 CYD GP, limited slip front axle ............$137,500

S/N JMS02662, 8,098 Hrs, AC, Ride Control, 8.0 cyd gp ......................$295,000

2005 CAT 963C

2008 CAT 320DL

2003 CAT 420D

2010 MORBARK 4600XL

S/N BBD01527, 5,796 Hrs, AC, Cleaned & Painted, GP Bkt, good u/c ............$87,500

S/N PHX00846, 4,400 Hrs, 42” Bkt, Hydraulic Thumb..........................$149,000

S/N FDP09264, 5108 Hrs, Cab, E-Stick, Awd Hydrs, Ride Control, 30” Bkt, New Front Tires ......................................$45,000

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JD 524K, Cab, Air, 3 Yd JD 700J LGP, 30” Pads, JD 644E, Complete Factory Remanufacture Bkt, Warranty, #U11206 132” Blade, Warranty, ............Call for Details ......................$149,000 #U11354 ........$159,000

Fiat 65E, 110HP, Blade JD 330CLC, 60’ Super Pitch, 252 Hrs, #A7104 Long Front, #U10682 .... ........................$110,000 ......................$129,000

JD 310SG, #N4288, JD 9520 Scraper Bomag BW180AD, 71" Tractor, #U10751.......... Cab, Air, Aux Hyd .......... Drum, #A4597 .............. ........................$118,000 ........................$52,000 ........................$38,000

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CAT 963 LGP 3 YARD CRAWLER LOADER, 150 HP, Canopy, Hydrostatic Transmission, GP Bkt w/Teeth & Inserts, Good U/C w/22” Pads ........ ............................................................$32,500

CAT D4H XL III HYDRAULIC 6 WAY DOZER, 105 HP, Canopy w/Sweeps & Rear Screen, CAT 267B CRAWLER SKID STEER, 71 HP, Powershift, Lever Steer, VG UC w/20” Pads .... Canopy, Hydrostatic Drive, Aux Hydraulics, GP ............................................................$37,500 Bucket, New 18" Rubber Tracks ..........$25,500

INGERSOLL RAND SD100F ARTICULATED VIBRATORY PADFOOT COMPACTOR, 125 HP, Canopy, 52,000 lb Dynamic Force, Good Traction Tires ......................................................$28,500

CAT 315BL 0.84 YARD HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, 99 HP, Cab w/ Heat, 8'6" Stick, 48" Bucket w/ Teeth, Aux. Hydraulics, Good Undercarriage w/ 24" Pads ........................................$46,500

CAT D6H II HYDRAULIC SU DOZER W/TILT, 165 HP, Canopy, Sweeps & Rear Screen, Powershift, Differential Steer, VG UC w/ NEW S&L Rail Groups & 24" Pads ..............$66,500

JOHN DEERE 570B TANDEM DRIVE ARTICULATED MOTOR GRADER, 90 HP, Cab w/ Heat & AC, 8F-4R Powershift; 12' Moldboard w/Hyd. Side Shift & Tip; Scarifier......................$35,500

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CAT 330CL 2.75-YARD HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, 247 HP, Cab w/ Heat & AC, 12'9" Stick, 74" Ditching Bucket, Very Good Undercarriage w/ 34" Pads ......................................$110,000

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Stricter EPA Soot Standards Could Put Transportation Projects in Jeopardy Stricter standards for particulate matter (PM) or soot proposed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) could endanger transportation improvements by placing federal highway funds in jeopardy, the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) told members of Congress. Testifying before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Power, Marc Herbst, executive director of the Long Island Contractors’ Association (LICA) and chairman of ARTBA’s Council of State Executives, explained that EPA’s proposed new standards come at a time when counties are still struggling to comply with existing regulations. The proposed regulation “creates a counterproductive cycle where new standards delay needed improvements to the nation’s highway and bridge network, which has already reached ‘critical mass’ in terms of being able to serve the needs of our citizens and economy,” Herbst explained. He went on to describe the impact of EPA’s proposal noting, “States and counties need predictability and time to develop transportation plans which achieve PM reduction and create jobs. Adding a new layer of requirements on top of existing standards that have not been fully implemented

only complicates these ongoing efforts. Specifically, existing projects deemed to be in compliance with the Clean Air Act when first undertaken could be thrown out of compliance if new standards are approved, exposing project owners to costly, time-consuming litigation.” Herbst also explained how EPA’s actions are counterproductive to current efforts to reauthorize the federal surface transportation program, saying, “It is ironic that members of both chambers and parties have made streamlining the environmental review and approval process for transportation projects a priority of the transportation bill, yet few talk about how EPA’s PM proposal will severely disrupt the very process they are trying to make more effective.” The testimony builds on many years’ worth of regulatory comments, legislative efforts and litigation by ARTBA on the subject of EPA Clean Air Act standards. ARTBA will continue to work towards a regulatory system that allows the nation to make progress towards cleaner air without sacrificing the ability to pursue desperately needed transportation improvements vital to our economy, public health and safety. For more information, visit www.artba.org.

AGC Reports Shrinking Construction Employment Numbers in Metro Areas Construction employment declined in 162 out of 337 metropolitan areas between June 2011 and June 2012, increased in 127 and stayed stagnant in 48, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released July 31 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials said that construction employment declined or remained unchanged in most metro areas as the public sector continued to cut back on investments in new construction and infrastructure and economic growth slowed. “The construction sector continues to shrink or stagnate in most metro areas as demand for new construction remains weak in too many places,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “It is hard to see how the construction employment picture will improve significantly in the short term until the economy picks up more steam.” The largest job losses were in Chicago-Joliet-Naperville, Ill. (minus 5,600 jobs, minus 5 percent); followed by New York City (minus 5,500 jobs,

minus 5 percent); New OrleansMetairie-Kenner, La. (minus 5,100 jobs, minus 16 percent); Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Fla. (minus 4,800 jobs, minus 9 percent) and Nassau-Suffolk, N.Y. (minus 4,700 jobs, minus 7 percent). Anchorage, Alaska (minus 28 percent, minus 3,000 jobs) lost the highest percentage. Other areas experiencing large percentage declines in construction employment included Montgomery, Ala. (minus 20 percent, minus 1,300 jobs), Wilmington, N.C. (minus 20 percent, minus 2,000 jobs); Columbus, Ind. (minus 19 percent, minus 300 jobs) and Springfield, Mass.-Conn. (minus 19 percent, minus 2,000 jobs). Bakersfield-Delano, Calif. added the highest percentage of new construction jobs (23 percent, 3,300 jobs) followed by Fargo, N.D.-Minn. (17 percent, 1,200 jobs); Knoxville, Tenn. (16 percent, 2,700 jobs) and Washington, D.C. (16 percent, 1,900 jobs). Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, Texas (7,500 jobs, 4 percent) added the most jobs. Other areas adding a large

number of jobs included Los AngelesLong Beach-Glendale, Calif. (6,200 jobs, 6 percent); Phoenix-MesaGlendale, Ariz. (6,200 jobs, 7 percent); Indianapolis-Carmel, Ind. (5,400 jobs, 13 percent) and Baton Rouge, La. (5,200 jobs, 14 percent). Association officials said they were becoming increasingly concerned that a combination of slower private sector growth and declining public sector construction investments will continue to undermine construction employment for months to come. They urged officials in Washington to act quickly to eliminate uncertainty about future tax rates and to pass long-delayed water and other infrastructure measures. “A lot more metro areas are likely to experience construction job losses if economic growth continues to slow,” said the association’s chief executive officer, Stephen E. Sandherr. “Giving employers some certainty about future tax rates and investing in aging infrastructure will give a needed boost to our flagging economy.”

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ARTBA Lauds Women Leaders in Transportation Construction The American Road & Transportation Builders Association Transportation Development Foundation (ARTBA-TDF) July 26 presented national awards to four individuals who have demonstrated extraordinary leadership and dedication to innovation in the transportation construction field, as well as the promotion of women leaders within the industry. In its second year, the “Women Leaders in Transportation Design & Construction Awards Program” featured two categories: • The Ethel S. Birchland Lifetime Achievement Award: Named after ARTBA’s executive director from the mid-1920s, it is given to individuals who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, long-term service in the industry’s public or private sectors and dedication to the advancement of innovation and other women leaders. • The Future Industry Spotlight Award: It recognizes students enrolled in undergraduate or graduate studies at a U.S. college or university who have achieved an outstanding academic record and demonstrated extraordinary leadership skills within and outside of the academic environment. Ethel S. Birchland Lifetime Achievement Katherine F. “Katie” Turnbull Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) Katie Turnbull has dedicated 35 years to transportation, research, service and education. She joined TTI as an assistant research scientist in 1989 and now serves as its executive associate director, responsible for agency-wide initiatives and management activities. Turnbull is a recognized expert on high-occupancy vehicle facilities, toll facilities, managed lanes, public transportation, transportation planning, travel demand management and intelligent transporta-

tion systems. She has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications and book chapters, and is a frequent speaker at national industry conferences. Throughout her career, Turnbull has been a leader in numerous industry groups and has mentored hundreds of women who have achieved positions of leadership at TTI and elsewhere. Karen Schurr University of Nebraska-Lincoln Karen Schurr is a civil engineer with three decades of experience in both the industry and academia. As lecturer at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and previously as an engineer for the Nebraska Division of Roads, she has made many key contributions to the civil engineering profession and America’s transportation network, including the design of interstate highways, publishing research in leading journals, and grooming students for careers in civil engineering. Schurr served as team design leader for the $82 million I80/I-680 interchange reconstruction project in Omaha, Neb., which won the 1998 “Engineering Excellence Award” given by the Eastern Chapter of the Nebraska Society of Professional Engineers. She is an active member of the Transportation Research Board and the Institute of Transportation Engineers. Schurr also has been a leader in promoting innovation within her field, leading research efforts that resulted in modifications to her state’s policies on roundabouts. Future Industry Spotlight Carrie Mohlman University of Nebraska-Lincoln Molhman is a graduate student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where she is pursuing a master’s of science in civil engineering with a focus on transportation. As

a graduate research assistant maintaining a 4.0 grade average, she is conducting research on commercial driver fatigue and compiling commodity flow surveys for counties in Nebraska. She also served as a professional technical worker during a summer internship with the Public Works and Utilities of Lincoln, Neb., where she oversaw sidewalk construction and worked closely with contractors on completed quantities and quality control. In her spare time, Molhman volunteers with the “Road, Rails and Racecars” afterschool mentoring program for middle school students, which encourages young adults to explore careers in the transportation field. Danielle Soriano Soriano is a senior at the University of Florida and is working toward a B.S. in civil engineering with a minor in urban and regional planning. In addition to maintaining a 3.74 grade average, she serves as vice president of the school’s Women’s Transportation Seminar and as the campus involvement chair for the Theta Tau Co-ed Professional Engineering Fraternity. She is a member of the local chapters of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and the American Society of Civil Engineers. Soriano also has worked as an undergraduate research assistant at the university’s Transportation Research Center helping construct traffic networks, analyze traffic data, evaluate computational methodology documents and compare analysis algorithms. The awards program is a signature initiative of the association’s Women Leaders in Transportation Design & Construction Council, which promotes “leadership and career advancement for women in the industry through mentoring, recognition, educational activities and networking.”


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Three Different Allis-Chalmers HD-21 Dozers, All 1:50 Scale $75 Each

Allis Chalmers Orange HD-21

Allis Chalmers Forest Green HD-21

Allis-Chalmers HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale............$75 Allis-Chalmers HD-41 Dozer, 1:25 Scale ....................$200 Bantam C-35 Crawler Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ..................$60

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Bantam C-35 Crawler Shovel, 1:50 Scale ....................$70 Bobcat E35 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$50 Bobcat M400 Gold 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader,

John Deere 400D Articulated Truck ..............................$40

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John Deere 624K Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ................$45

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John Deere 872 GP Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale..............$50

Bobcat M610 Golden 50th Anniversary Skid Steer

John Deere 624K Military Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..$35 Komatsu D51 PX Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..............................$65

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Bobcat S205 Skid Steer Loader & Pick-Up Truck/Trailer Set, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$60 Bobcat 773 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ................................................................................$25 Bobcat M200 Gold Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ......$25 Case CX210B Excavator, 1:50 Scale ............................$40 Case 330B Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale......................$40 Case 1850K Dozer, 1:50 Scale ......................................$40 Caterpillar AP600D Paver, w/ or w/out Canopy, 1:50 Scale .. ..........................................................................................$50 Caterpillar AP655D Paver, 1:50 Scale ..........................$50 Caterpillar D7E Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale............$85 Caterpillar D8R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale............$50 Caterpillar 140H Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale ..................$60 Caterpillar 247B Multi-Terrain Loader, 1:32 Scale........$40 Caterpillar 308C CR Mini-Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..........$50 Caterpillar 365B Excavator, 1:50 Scale ........................$70 Caterpillar 365C Front Shovel, 1:50 Scale ..................$110 Caterpillar 416 Backhoe/Loader, 1:32 Scale ................$75 Caterpillar 432E Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$70 Caterpillar 623G Elevating Motor Scraper, 1:50 Scale ..$50

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

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Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ................$40

International TD-25 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..........................$65 John Deere 200C LC Excavator ....................................$40

Bantam Shovel Mounted on a White Truck, 1:50 Scale $75

Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:50 Scale ................$20

International TD-24 Military Dozer, 1:50 Scale ............$45

Komatsu D375 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..................................$90 Caterpillar CT660 On-Highway Truck w/Lowboy Trailer, 1:50 Scale ......................................................................$100 Caterpillar 785D Mining Truck, 1:50 Scale..................$125 Caterpillar 906H Compact Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..$45 Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale....................$55 Caterpillar 966A Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$50 Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale ........................$55 Caterpillar 980G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$50 Caterpillar 992G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$75 Caterpillar Military 924H Versalink Loader in Desert Camouflage, 1:50 Scale ..................................................$45 Caterpillar Military 120M Motor Grader in Desert Camouflage, 1:50 Scale ..................................................$70 Dynapac CC232 Vibratory Compactor, 1:35 Scale ......$35 Euclid R32 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..................$35 Hamm GRW280 Compactor w/Cabin............................$75 Hamm 3307 Compact Roller, 1:34 Scale ......................$45 Hitachi EH700 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale..............$35 International "S" Series Dump Truck,1:25 Scale ......$125 International TD-15 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..........................$60 International TD-20E Dozer, 1:64 Scale ........................$24 International 175 Crawler Loader w/Multi-Purpose Bucket, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................$60

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Komatsu HD605 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........$80 Komatsu HM250 Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ............$70 Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$40 Komatsu PC2000-8 Front Shovel, 1:50 Scale ............$200 Komatsu SK1020 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ........$35 Komatsu SK1026 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ........$35 Komatsu WA470 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale..................$60 Komatsu WA600-6 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$75 Komatsu 475A-5EO Dozer, 1:50 Scale ........................$125 LeTourneau Military Super C Scraper, 1:50 Scale ......$35 Link-Belt 800 X2 Excavator,1:50 Scale........................$240 Link-Belt 3200 All Terrain Crane,1:50 Scale ..............$200 Link-Belt 80100 Rough Terrain Crane ........................$190 Northwest 25-D Shovel, 1:50 Scale ..............................$85 Terex Demag AC100/4 All Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale $175 Terex RC45 Rough Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ............$180 Terex RT130 Rough Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ..........$145 Vogele Vision 5200-2 Paver, 1:50 Scale ......................$140 Volvo A25D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ....................$60 Volvo L70E Wheel Loader w/Attachments, 1:50 Scale..95 Volvo L90E Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$75 Volvo 6870 Wheeled Asphalt Paver, 1:50 Scale ..........$70

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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 106 8th St. • Sergeant Bluff, IA 51054 • (712) 943-4470

www.midcountrymachinery.com CRAWLER EXCAVATORS 2007 KOBELCO SK 135 SR, 92hp; 20" Shoes; Operating Weight 30424 lbs; 18' Dig Depth; EROPS; A/C; Plumbed, 1421 Hrs ................$89,500 2007 KOBELCO SK 135 SR, Operating Weight 30424 lbs; 92hp; 18' Dig Depth; 20" Shoes; EROPS; A/C; Plumbed, 1276 Hrs ..................$91,500 2007 KOBELCO SK 350 LC8, Operating Weight 79600 lbs; 264 hp; Maximum Dig Depth 24' 10"; Bucket Breakout Force 29230 lbs; EROPS; A/C; HEAT; STANDARD TRACK; PAD WIDTH 32" @ 80%, 3165 Hrs ........ ..................................................................................................$160,000 2008 KOBELCO SK 80 SR, EROPS; A/C; Heat; CP Manual Quick Coupler; 6' Stick; Standard Track; 24" Shoes - 80%; Semi-U Blade; 17" CP Bucket; Operating Weight 17600 lbs; 54hp, 829 Hrs ............$70,000 2006 KOBELCO SK 115 SR, EROPS; A/C; Heat; 8' Stick; Hydraulic Thumb; Standard track; 23" Shoes - 75%; Isuzu Engine; Semi-U Blade; 3' CP Bucket; Operating Weight 31750 lbs; 84hp, 1696 Hrs ......$77,500 2006 KOBELCO SK 330 LC, EROPS; HEAT; GEITH QUICK COUPLER; 31.5" SHOES AT 75%; MITTSUBISHI ENGINE; 11FT. STICK; 2FT. HENSLEY DITCHING V-BUCKET; 238hp, 3708 Hrs ............................$189,000 2010 KOBELCO SK 260LC-8, EROPS; A/C; HEAT; 60' LONG REACH; PAD WIDTH 32" @ 95%; CHN ENGINE; TAG BUCKET 60"; STICK LENGTH 25'; Operating Weight 55556 lbs; 175hp, 800 Hrs ....$225,000 2008 JOHN DEERE 350D LC, EROPS; A/C; STANDARD TRACK; HEAT; STICK 13'; PAD WIDTH 32" @ 90%; ENGINE JOHN DEERE; OPERATING WEIGHT 77970 lbs; 271hp, 1775 Hrs ......................................$195,000 2005 HITACHI ZX160LC, 2637 Hrs ............................................$85,000 2007 HITACHI ZX80, EROPS; A/C; Push Blade; 24" Digging Bucket; Rubber Tracks; Operating Weight 15905 lbs.; Isuzu CC-4JG1 52hp Engine, 1897 Hrs 2006 KOMATSU PC160LC, 2465 Hrs ........................................$77,500 2011 KOBELCO SK 295-9 TIER 4, 31.5" SEMI-TRIPLE GROUSER SHOE; STD BOOM W/ ARM CYL; STD ARM W/ BKT CYL & LINKAGE; OPR CONT PATTERN CHGR 2 WAY SK; LOWER BASE MACHINE SK295-10; REAR VIEW CAMERA; MECHANICAL SEAT; A/C; HEAT; PAD WIDTH 32"; MECHANICAL SEAT, 493 Hrs 2006 KOMATSU PC200LC-8, EROPS; A/C; Heat; 3542 Hrs........$99,000 1996 KOBELCO SK 150 MARK IV 2011 KOBELCO SK 210, 42" Bucket; EROPS; A/C; Heat, 252 Hrs 2004 KOBELCO SK 330LC, 5054 Hrs 2005 KOBELCO SK 330LC, EROPS; A/C; Heat; 5637 Hrs ..........$85,000 2006 KOBELCO SK 330LC, 4584 Hrs ........................................$89,000 2005 KOBELCO SK 330LC, Enclosed Cab; A/C; Stick 10'; Pad Width 32", 6242 Hrs ..............................................................................$85,000 2006 KOMATSU PC200LC-7, EROPS; A/C; Heat; Stick Length 9'8"; Manual Thumb; Pad Width 28" @ 70%; Komatsu Engine, 5202 Hrs ...... ....................................................................................................$85,000 2000 GRADALL XL3200, Cummins Diesel Engine; Equipped with Cab; Telescopic 2 Piece Boom; Digging Bucket.; A/C; Heat; Pad Width 24" @ 70%, 6013 Hrs 2009 KOBELCO SK 485LC, 66" Esco Bucket 2005 JOHN DEERE 200CLC, 5075 Hrs ......................................$82,000 2006 KOBELCO SK 210LC, 2043 Hrs 2006 KOBELCO SK 160LC, Enclosed Cab; A/C; Heat; Stick Length 10'; Standard Track; Pad Width 24" @ 80%, 1732 Hrs 2012 KOBELCO SK 210, 42" Bucket, 1 Hr 2012 KOBELCO SK 210 Tier 4, 31.5" SEMI TRIPLE GROUSER SHOE; 18'6" BOOM W/ARM CYLINDER; OPR CONT PATTERN CHGR 2 WAY SK; COMBO 1-2 WAY DBL/SNGL PUMP W/; N&B ONLY-ARM (STD); STANDARD LOWER (BASE); REAR VIEW CAMERA; 9'8" STANDARD ARM; MECHANICAL SEAT; ANGLE GUARDS, 2 Hrs 2012 KOBELCO SK 210 Tier 4, 31.5" SEMI TRIPLE GROUSER SHOE; 18'6" BOOM W/ARM CYLINDER; OPR CONT PATTERN CHGR 2 WAY SK; COMBO 1-2 WAY DBL/SNGL PUMP W/; N&B ONLY-ARM (STD); STANDARD LOWER (BASE); REAR VIEW CAMERA; 9'8" STANDARD ARM; MECHANICAL SEAT; ANGLE GUARDS KOBELCO SK485, W/LABNTY SHEAR, 1980 Hrs 2007 KOBELCO SK 135SLRC, 2151 Hrs 2007 KOBELCO SK 170 LC8, 1574 Hrs ....................................$108,000 2008 CASE CX210B TRACK EXCAVATOR; ISUZU DIESEL ENGINE; CAB; AC; REACH BOOM; CONTROL PATTERN CHANGER; HEAT; WIDE PADS 31.5" @ 90%, 46 Hrs 2007 KOBELCO SK 210LC-8, DIESEL ENGINE; CAB; AC; RADIO; REACH BOOM; 42 IN DIGGING BUCKET; LONG UNDERCARRIAGE, 3079 Hrs 2012 KOBELCO 140SR TIER 3, 15'4" (4.68M) MONO BOOM; 9'4" (2.84M) STD ARM; ADDITIONAL COUNTER WEIGHT; ISO TO BHL PATTERN CHANGER; 1&2 WAY HYD W/HAND CONTROLS; 23.6" SEMITRIPLE GROUSER SHOES; A/C; HEAT; PAD WIDTH 23.5 @ 100%, 3 Hrs

(2) 2012 KOBELCO SK 260, 60' LONG REACH ATTACH W/ARM; OPR CONT PATTERN CHGR 2 WAY; LINCOLN AUTOMATIC LUBRICATION; REAR VIEW CAMERA; 31.5" (800MM) SEMI-TRIPLE SHOE; MECHANICAL SEAT, 3 Hrs 2012 KOBELCO SK 210LC 2006 KOBELCO SK 135SRMT 2008 KOBELCO SK 260 2008 KOBELCO SK 260LR, (LONG REACH) 2008 KOBELCO SK 350HT

WHEEL LOADERS 2006 NEW HOLLAND LW190.B, EROPS; 4WD; HEAT; A/C; TIRES 23.5 R25; NEW HOLLAND ENGINE; Operating Weight 35935 lbs; 205hp, 3573 Hrs ....................................................................................$85,000 2007 NEW HOLLAND W190B, A/C; GP BUCKET - CAPACITY 4.25 CU. YD.; 195HP; EROPS; 4WD; Heat; Ride Control; New Holland Engine; Operating Weight 39074 lbs; 2413 Hrs ....................................$119,500 2010 KAWASAKI 80ZV-2, EROPS; 198 HP; Operating Weight - 39308 lbs; Reach at Max Lift & Dump - 3.7ft; 4WD; Quick Coupler; Ride Control; A/C; Heat; Cummins Engine, 501 Hrs..........................$195,000 2011 KAWASAKI 65ZV-2, Enclosed Cab; Tires 20.5-25; 4 way Flasher Kit; Quick Coupler; Ride Control Kit; RIMS; Counter Weight OPT; Quick Fork 48"; A/C; Heat; 4WD, 11 Hrs 2011 KAWASAKI 65ZV-2, Enclosed Cab Assy; 4 way Flasher Kit; Ride Control Kit; Counter Weight OPT; Quick Coupler; Quick Fork 48"; Switch Batt Discon Man; Tires 20.5-25, 137 Hrs 2007 KOMATSU WA250-5L, Komatsu Diesel engine; EROPS; AC; Quick Coupler; GP Bucket; 5365 Hrs ....................................................$87,500 2004 KOMATSU WA65-3, EROPS; A/C; Heat;Quick Coupler (JRB); 4WD; Tires 335/80R 18; Komatsu Engine; Komatsu Bucket w/ Bolt on Edge; 625 Hrs DRESSER 520C, Front End Loader w/Bucket 2003 KOMATSU WA180-MC3, Enclosed Cab, 1325 Hrs 2009 CATERPILLAR 928HZ, CAT DIESEL ENGINE; EROPS; AC; 2.9 YD BUCKET; 20.5 X 25 RUBBER TIRES; 4WD; RIDE CONTROL; CATERPILLAR BUCKET W/ BOLT ON EDGE, 265 Hrs

WHEEL EXCAVATORS 1994 GRADALL G3WD, EROPS; 60" Ditching Bucket; Tires 80% 445/65R22.5, 3501 Hrs ..............................................................$20,000 2011 GRADALL XL 4100 III, EROPS; 4WD; Quick Coupler; Heat; Extendable Boom; Tires 385/65R 22.5-Goodyear @ 100%; Mercedes Benz Engine; 12 Hrs 2012 GRADALL XL4100 SIII 6x4 Highway Whl, STANDARD CENTER PIN ASY; WELD; FRONT BUMPER; XL4100/51000III 6X4 CHASSIS ASY; WELDMT; CHASSIS 6X4; HARNESS; CHASSIS ELECTRICAL; 6X4 REAR AXLE ASSEMBLY; GOODYEAR G-296; 385/65R22.5; GOODYEAR G-282; 11R24.5; WELD; BOOM REST; INSTALL; BOOM REST PLATE; BOOM & CRADLE INSTALLATION; INSTALL; SIII CHASSIS A/C; UPPER A/C INSTALLATION; PKIT; ON HIGHWAY-FIBERGLASS; LEFT REAR DOOR (USE W/AC); SWING MOTOR PORT JUMPR CIRCUIT; MOBIL 424 HYD TRACTOR; 80700000 COMMON PARTS; 4000 SIII DECAL INSTALLATION, 12 Hrs 2012 GRADALL XL4100 SIII 6x4 Highway Whl; STANDARD CENTER PIN ASY; WELD; FRONT BUMPER; XL4100/5100III CHASSIS ASY; WELDMT; CHASSIS 6X4; HARNESS; CHASSIS ELECTRICAL; 6X4 REAR AXLE ASSEMBLY; GOODYEAR G-296; 385/65R22.2; GOODYEAR G-282; 11R24.5; WELD; BOOM REST; INSTALL; BOOM REST PLATE; BOOM & CRADLE INSTALLATION; INSTALL; SIII CHASSIS A/C; UPPER A/C INSTALLATION; PKIT; ON HIGHWAY-FIBERGLASS; LEFT REAR DOOR (USE W/AC); SWING MOTOR PORT JUMPR CIRCUIT; MOBIL 424 HYD TRACTOR; 80700000 COMMON PARTS; 4000 SIII DECAL INSTALLATION, 13 Hrs 2008 GRADALL XL3100 III Highway

MINI EXCAVATORS 2008 KOBELCO SK 17SR-3, Operating Weight 3638 lb; 15.2 hp; Maximum Dig 7' 1"; Bucket Breakout Force 2900 lb; Bucket Capacity 1.55 cu. ft., 323 Hrs....................................................................$26,000 2009 KOBELCO SK 35 SR-5, 28hp; Operating Weight 7892 lbs; 10' Dig Depth; EROPS; A/C; HEAT; QUICK COUPLER (TAG); STANDARD TRACK; PAD WIDTH 12" @ 80%; YANMAR ENGINE; CP BUCKET 30"; 541 Hrs .. ....................................................................................................$41,000 2009 KOBELCO SK 35 SR-5, Auxillary Hydraulics; Operating Weight 7960 lb; 28 hp; Max Dig Depth 10' 1"; 750 Hrs ..........................$41,000 (2) 2001 IHI 35NX, EROPS; 52" Stick; 12" Shoes - 50%; Isuzu Engine; 21" Bucket w/ teeth, 3431 Hrs ....................................................$17,000

2007 NEW HOLLAND E18 SR, OROPS; AUX HYDRAULICS; STICK LENGTH 39"; PAD WIDTH 9" @ 70%; MITSUBISHI ENGINE; SEMI U BLADE; WB BUCKET 16", 328 Hrs ..............................................$21,500 2007 KOBELCO SK 35 SR-3, OROPS; Pad Width 12" Excellent Cond.; Stick 4'4"; Yanmar Diesel Engine; Dig Depth 10'1"; Operating Weight 8050 lbs, 214 Hrs ......................................................................$44,000 2003 CATERPILLAR 308C CR, CAB - HEAT - A/C; AM/FM RADIO; 18" RUBBER TRACK PADS; 7' 7" HYDRAULIC BLADE; CAT 24" GP TOOTH BUCKET W/SIDECUTTERS; AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS / FOOT CONTROL; 4M40 MITSUBISHI ENGINE, 1775 Hrs ............................$47,500 2001 JOHN DEERE 17ZTS, JD DIESEL ENGINE; OROPS; FRONT BLADE; SWING BOOM; AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS; RUBBER TRACKS; C&P HD 12" DIGGING BUCKET - WELDCO BEALES; WELDCO BEALES STYLE MANUAL COUPLER, 628 Hrs ..........................................$22,000 2012 KOBELCO SK 35SR-5, 52" Standard Stick; Rubber Tracks; Yanmar Engine; Work Lights on Arm and Canopy; Aux Hydraulics; Pad Width 12" @ 100%, 3 Hrs 2012 KOBELCO SK 55SR, 4 WAY DOZER BLADE; RUBBER TRACKS; EROPS; A/C; Heat; Aux Hydraulics; Pad Width 16" @ 100%; Yanmar Engine, 3 Hrs 2012 KOBELCO 80CS CS MIDI TIER 3, STANDARD MONO BOOM; 7'0" (2.13M) STANDARD ARM; FRONT DOZER BLADE ATTACHMENT; DOZER PREP. HYD PIPING; ISO TO BHL PATTERN CHANGER; 450MM RUBBER TRACK SHOES; 1-2 WAY PIPING (HPC) & STD ARM; CAB TOP WORK LIGHTS (2 LIGHTS)

CRAWLER DOZERS 2004 JOHN DEERE 450HLT, 73hp; Operating Weight 15500 lbs; 16" Shoes, 1463 Hrs ........................................................................$35,000 1990 MISCELLANEOUS TD7G, OROPS; STANDARD TRACK; PAD WIDTH 17" @ 60%; CUMMINS ENGINE; PAT BLADE, 3969 Hrs $18,000 2006 CATERPILLAR D6R XL III, EROPS; A/C; Heat; Standard Track; Pad Width 24" @ 80%; Caterpillar Engine; Semi U Blade, 8337 Hrs$143,000 2007 KOMATSU D31EX, EROPS; A/C; Heat; Pad Width 16"; Komatsu Engine; PAT Blade, 1710 Hrs ......................................................$44,500 2008 JOHN DEERE 650J LGP, EROPS; A/C; Heat; Standard Track; Pad Width 24" @ 80%; John Deere Engine; PAT Blade; Laser Leveling System (Top Con MC-R3); Work Lights; Very Clean Unit, 1769 Hrs........ ..................................................................................................$179,500 2011 JOHN DEERE 650J XLT, John Deere Diesel Engine; OROPS; Hydrostatic Transmission; Front Sweeps; Front; Engine enclosures; 18 in. SG Salt pads; 105" 6 way blade; long track frame, 742 Hrs 1986 CATERPILLAR D7H, EROPS; Aux Hydraulics; Heat; Standard Track; Pad Width 26" @ 70%; Caterpillar Engine; Semi U Blade $67,500 1977 CATERPILLAR D8K, 6657 Hrs 1974 DRESSER TD15C 2007 CATERPILLAR D6T XW, Caterpillar Replaced System 1 undercarriage with; an Extreme Service Undercarriage; @3300 hours; EROPS; CAB; A/C; Semi-U Blade with Tilt, 3844 Hrs 1994 CATERPILLAR D5H XL, 11319 Hrs 2007 CATERPILLAR D6N XL, CAB; A/C; SWEEPS; SU BLADE WITH TILT, 3891 Hrs 2008 CATERPILLAR D6T LGP, CAT DIESEL ENGINE; EROPS; AC; HEAT; STRAIGHT BLADE WITH TILT; DRAWBAR; LONG TRACK FRAME; ENGINE ENCLOSURES, 4124 Hrs 2008 CATERPILLAR D6N LGP, CAT DIESEL ENGINE; EROPS; AC; 6 WAY BLADE; 33 IN PADS; 4 VALVE HYDRAULICS; DRAWBAR; ACCUGRADE READY OPTION, 3583 Hrs 2006 CATERPILLAR D6N LGP, CAT DIESEL ENGINE; EROPS; AC; 6 WAY BLADE; HEAT; WIDE PADS 33" @ 85%, 3580 Hrs 2005 CATERPILLAR D6R XW II, 10978 Hrs 2007 JOHN DEERE 700J LGP, JOHN DEERE DIESEL ENGINE; EROPS; AC; 6 WAY BLADE; WIDE PADS 1996 CATERPILLAR D6H XL, Enclosed Cab, 17418 Hrs 2008 CATERPILLAR D6N LGP, Enclosed Cab; Heat; A/C, 3038 Hrs 2005 CATERPILLAR D5N LGP, Enclosed Cab; A/C, 7612 Hrs 2000 CATERPILLAR D6R, 4256 Hrs 2007 CATERPILLAR D6R XW, Enclosed Cab; A/C; Heat; Pad Width 30" @ 80%; Caterpillar Engine; Semi-U Blade, 4919 Hrs 2007 CATERPILLAR D6T XW, 6924 Hrs

CRAWLER LOADERS 2005 CATERPILLAR 963C, CAT Diesel Engine; EROPS; AC; GP Bucket, 3799 Hrs ....................................................................................$82,500 2004 CATERPILLAR 63C


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SC&RAAnnounces Rigging Job of the Year Award Winners The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) has announced the winners of the Rigging Job of the Year Awards. The awards went to Barnhart Crane and Rigging, Memphis, Tenn., in the Jobs over $750,000 category; Atlas Industrial Contractors, Columbus, Ohio, in the Jobs between $150,000 and $750,000 category; and George Young Companies, Swedesboro, N.J., in the Jobs under $150,000 category. Over $750,000: Barnhart Removed and Replaced Large Components at Wisconsin Nuclear Plant Barnhart Crane and Rigging was contacted about a nuclear plant upgrade project at the Point Beach Nuclear Station (PBNS) in Two Rivers, Wis., that called for removing and replacing four feedwater heaters, a condensate cooler and two main feed pump/motor skids inside the condenser shells of both units of the power station. However, in many places, the flooring of the facility would not support the weight of the feedwater heater. Plus, height restrictions added major challenges. The general contractor for the plant upgrade was Bechtel Power, with Barnhart working as a subcontractor to Bechtel. The upgrade would result in two power units receiving a 17 percent increase, equal to 260 additional megawatts thermal (MWt). Barnhart’s scope of work was to provide design fabrication and field engineering, project management, field supervision, operators, equipment and rigging for the removal and replacement of the components in two units. The most challenging task for Barnhart was to remove and replace four feedwater heater vessels weighing up to 124 kips through a very challenging travel path. The feedwater heater vessels measured 42 ft. long by about 6 ft. (12.9 by 1.8 m) in diameter and weighed approximately 124,000 lbs. (56,245 kg). Barnhart’s plan for the project was to cut doors into the side of the building in order to pass the feedwater heaters in and out using the company’s signature Tri-Block rigging system. In the building, there were numerous obstacles and elevation limitations, plus the floor limitations. Lightweight grating and floor beams would not support the feedwater heaters’ 100 pounds per square foot. The feedwater heaters had to slide through the facility on a tedious obstacle course that involved raising, lowering and rotating. Critical to the removal and replacement of the feedwater heaters was Barnhart’s design of a host of new tools. All of the tools developed for the job were tested and retested at Barnhart’s Memphis facility. Among these tools was a sliding gantry and track system used inside the plant. The system required four jacks per gantry for a total of eight jacks in each bay, double acting jacks, a light slide system to run each gantry leg, slide shoes on

top of each header beam and 28 LP/HP hose connections and two multi-purpose pumps. Barnhart also designed a crossing gantry track system to allow the heaters to move through the plant safely. Additional innovation involved the creation of a sliding swiveling rigging device (SSRD), which allowed the long, narrow heaters to be rotated when fully suspended by the SSRD and two legs of gantry. Barnhart also designed a gantry saddle system for holding the new heaters in place during lifting and installation. Rigging innovations included the use of air skates, jacking and traditional sliding, sliding gantry and sliding heater links. To move the feedwater heaters in and out of the building doors a 500-ton (453 t) capacity all-terrain crane was used on the outside of the building. The heaters were transported into and out of the facility on Barnhart’s Goldhofer self-propelled modular transporter (SPMT) systems. The engineering of the project required 5,000-plus man hours, including methodology, concept design, interference identification, integrated planning with Bechtel and the owners, fabrication design, new equipment mockup and testing and field-based risk management. For the project more than 200 engineering drawings were submitted. The key distinction on this job was the overall limitations imposed including contractual limitations; time/schedule limitations including a crunched planning schedule and critical path activity; physical limitations including ground, floor, ceiling and condenser structure bearing limitations, travel path limitations, quarter inch clearances of immovable plant, and single pick point required on Unit 1 heaters; and weather limitations including rain, cold and blizzard conditions and consistent wind gusting. Working in a nuclear environment requires above and beyond safety measures. For the job Barnhart provided an overall job risk assessment, provided new tools that would assure safer operators, employed full time safety champion on each shift, performed two-minute drills, instituted continuous improvement cards and participated in a plant observation and rapid trends program. The job involved 22,300 Barnhart man hours plus 30,000 more Bechtel craftsmen hours under Barnhart’s supervision, no first aids, no accidents or recordables and no lost time accidents. $150,000-$750,000: Atlas Industrial Assists in Rebuilding of Damaged 835-Megawatt Generator In January 2011, at the peak of the winter lighting and heating season in Ohio, a generator at FirstEnergy Corporation’s Sammis Station threw its rotor. National Electric Coil (NEC) was dispatched to perform the emergency repairs. NEC in turn called Atlas Industrial Contractors to assist in the tedious

job of rebuilding the damaged generator. The main obstacle in the repair process was the 835-megawatt generator’s location astraddle two building bays with structural steel obstructions directly overhead. NEC’s method for repairing the generator was to upend the stator housing. But due to the overhead obstructions, the stator housing would have to be relocated before upending could occur. As NEC and Atlas prepared their safety, lifting and repair plan, FirstEnergy was anxious about potential damage to the stator housing and turbine pedestal. Generator OEM Siemens also was concerned that the end bell might deform during the lift or while resting on the foundation during the core installation, irreparably damaging the generator. Atlas turned to Ruby and Associates of Farmington Hills, Mich., to perform a finite element analysis of the stator housing and the lift plans. It was determined that reinforcing plates should be temporarily installed on the stator housing during the rebuild. In addition, support stands were designed to distribute some of the weight of the stator to the lower lift trunnions. By mid-February all specialized components had been fabricated, a 1,000-ton (907 t) gantry system procured from Rigging Gear Sales installed and the stator ready to be relocated and rotated. In preparation, the rotor was removed from the stator housing, decoupling the generator from the turbine. NEC also removed the existing core, which was comprised of some 750,000 individual laminate plates that weighed 400,000 lbs. (181,437 kg). Given the reduced weight of the empty stator, this was the easier part of the move. Fully assembled, the generator weighed 400 tons (363 t), and the plan and the engineering had to account for this. Atlas employed a Lift Systems 34PT10060WTIC 1,000-ton (907 t) gantry system with a height elevation of 40 ft. (12 m). Atlas also used two legs of its 34PT5400WT 500-ton (453 t) gantry connected to Atlas’ tailing fixture to act as the tailing gantry during the lift process. Eighty feet (24 m) of 30-inch track and 30 ft. (9 m) of 15-and-a-half-inch (39 cm) track were deployed to support and direct the rolling gantries. With the gantries and tracks in position, the reinforcing plates on the side of the stator were installed and four lifting trunnions were mounted on the stator housing. Engineers determined that high friction forces would have to be overcome during the uprighting or there was a chance that the stator and lift system would lurch unpredictably during rotation. In response, an ultra-low friction bearing was incorporated into the lift links. The lift links, lift trunnions and other specialty components were fabricated by Atlas Steel. The lift links fit snugly over the upper trunnions and assured a smooth up righting process and kept the

assembly in a plumb condition. For the stands to share load with the end bell of the stator as it increased in weight due to reinstallation of the laminate plates, shims were installed under the stands at a critical point in the restacking process. Shims also were employed under the steel grillage supporting the stator end bell to provide uniform contact of the stator bell against the steel. The Atlas team submitted pre-task planning and job hazard analysis to both NEC and FirstEnergy. All project personnel attended FirstEnergy’s site-specific safety orientations. Atlas conducted its own fullscale safety orientation, including comprehensive schooling all team members and conducting walk-throughs of all phases of the project. A series of test lifts also were performed. With the tailing fixture in place, the generator was moved away from the turbine in a series of coordinated vertical lifts and horizontal gantry movements to keep the stator and attached piping clear of the turbine and generator foundations and to maintain clearance with overhead obstructions. As the tipup operation began by raising the 1,000-ton gantry system at the turbine end of the stator, the 500-ton system was used to synchronize with the movement of the 1,000-ton system during rotation of the stator. Pre-planned hold points were built into the lifting schedule to ensure all axis’ of the stator and gantry systems were within allowable tolerances. Once vertical, the stator housing was moved to the far west end of the gantry tracks. At this point, support steel grillage beams were positioned and the lower trunnion support stands moved into place. Atlas crews left while the rotor was repaired and NEC began restacking the core, which took about three months. During restacking, Atlas crews returned once to install shims beneath the support stands to support the additional weight added during restacking. With the rotor and laminate plates reinstalled, the stator weight was back to its original 400 tons. After the restacking of the laminates was complete, it was time to return the unit to horizontal and remarry it to the turbine and exciter. Gantry lifting pressures and the tractive effort to overcome rolling resistance would be markedly different this time since the stator was twice as heavy. With the stator clear of the support stands, the generator was repositioned through a series of coordinated vertical lifts and horizontal gantry movements. Under $150,000: George Young Relocates Historic 103,000 Pound Monument When Drexel University recently started an expansion project that involved the construction of a new 12-story College of Law, the first challenge was to relocate a 107-year see AWARDS page 54


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EPI Helps Walsh Construction Install Big Pipe at O’Hare By James McRay SPECIAL TO CEG

If the saying goes, “The whole is more than the sum of its parts,” than all those parts must absolutely be important in creating a dynamic final product. This adage is especially true at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, one of the world’s busiest, which is in the midst of one of the country’s largest construction projects. The O’Hare Modernization Program (OMP) is transforming O’Hare International Airport’s airfield from an outdated system of intersecting runways into a modern parallel runway configuration to reduce flight delays and increase capacity well into the future. Managed by the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA), when the OMP is complete, O’Hare will have eight runways: six east-west parallel runways and two crosswind runways. Three major OMP projects have already been completed, including two runway projects. A third runway project, Runway 10C/28C, is under construction and nearing completion. It will be an Airplane Design Group VI capable runway, built to accommodate new aircraft, such as the Boeing 747-8 and Airbus A-380. But, of course there are many important “parts” that make up the completion of the Runway 10C/28C project, including the demolition and relocation of outdated buildings that would otherwise simply be in the way when the new runways are put in. But even before that, new underground utilities must be installed such as gas, electric, potable water and sewer. Chicago-based Walsh Construction Company recently completed installing a new storm sewer that is 15,000 linear ft. of 144 in. (366 cm) concrete pipe. A total of 188 individual pipe sections were installed in the ground 25 ft. (7.6 m) below the future runway. Big Pipe, Deep Depth, Big Challenge for Walsh Whenever working underground, personnel safety because a primary factor. With such extreme parameters on this project, it was even more so. Simply selecting the right shoring system becomes critically important. Should the contractor use trench shields? Sheeting? Slide rail? Walsh’s first step in determining the best trench protection system was to call Efficiency Production — a leading manufacturer of trench shoring and shielding equipment — to discuss the feasibility of designing trench shields that might work for the big pipe, deep trench dilemma. “Walsh really wanted to use trench boxes if possible, so it was really a matter of com-

A total of 188 individual, 8 ft. (2.4 m) long, 12 ft. (3.6 m) diameter pipe sections were installed in the ground 25 ft. (7.6 m) below the future runway.

ing up with the engineering and design that might work for this project and fit Walsh’s needs,” said Mike West, Efficiency’s vice president of engineering. “We’ve come up with some very unconventional designs for trench shields in the past that have been very successful, so we really relished the challenge of this project.” “Overall I’d say Efficiency gets an A+ for their work, both building the [trench] boxes and the help they provided on site,” said Mark Fournier, Walsh’s project manager. “There was a lot of synergy on the project,” he added. Three Parts Requiring Three Solutions Essentially, there were three key factors to

the project that needed to be addressed in the design of a trench shield or combination of trench shields: the depth of the pipe (more than 25 ft. [7.6 m] deep); the size of the pipe (12 ft. [3.6 m] diameter); and the connection of two junction boxes (20 ft. square, 18 ft. [1.8 sq m, 5.5 m] tall). One limitation to trench shields is simply how deep it can safely go in any particular soil condition. Efficiency manufactures trench shields engineered to safely reach depths of 25 ft., but with a standard shield sidewall height of 8 or 10 ft. (2.4 or 3 m) In order to get the shield to the proper grade for Walsh’s project, Efficiency designed a set of 10 ft. tall, 30 ft. (9.1 m) long trench shields to stack on each other. The remaining depth was achieved by pre-cutting or benching the

trench 10 ft. Another limitation of any trench shield is pipe clearance. Trench boxes require spreaders or other cross-members that connect the two sidewalls. Steel pipe is the most common spreader device, but spreader pipe takes up a lot of space. So Efficiency proposed the use of a spreader arch on one end of the box, which allows extra clearance on the trailing end. In this instance, the Wide-Flange arch connects to the sidewalls of both the top and bottom stacked shields. With the use of a Komatsu PC-800 excavator and a Link Belt 248 crane, Walsh was able to install the 8 ft. (2.4 m) long pipe sections two at a time in the 30 ft. long, 20 ft. wide box before digging forward the box see RUNWAY page 66


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National Construction Charity to Support Chicago-Area Effort The national construction charity organization, AGC Charities Inc., will provide financial support for a Chicago-area effort designed to provide safe housing for troubled veterans. The group will provide $5,000 to support Hope for Tomorrowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s renovation of a home designed to house veterans in need of substance abuse treatment. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We feel a fundamental obligation to take care of our returning service men and women,â&#x20AC;? said James C. Clemens, the chair of AGC Charities Inc. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The last thing these brave men and women should lack is a clean bed and a sturdy roof.â&#x20AC;? Clemens noted that the charitable organizationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s contribution would be used by Fox Valley Associated General Contractors (FVAGC). The local contractors group is partnering with Hope for Tomorrow to line up construction firms and labor groups to rebuild the master staircase in a home originally built in 1927 on Lake Street in Aurora, Ill. Hope for Tomorrow will host veterans with emotional and substance abuse issues.

Fox Valley AGC President Mark Baum said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Addressing the needs of our countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s heroes is a true honor. FVAGC member employees are as passionate about building better communities as they are about construction. Our military helps ensure our countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s many freedoms and by volunteering we give back a small token of our gratitude for their service.â&#x20AC;? In addition to providing financial support to construction-related charitable efforts across the country, AGC Charities operates its own renovation project called Operation Opening Doors. That program recruits construction firms willing to donate their time and services to renovate facilities for disabled veterans, sick children and others in need. AGC Charities Inc. also runs the AGC in the Community Awards program, which honors construction firms and chapters of the Associated General Contractors of America for outstanding charitable efforts, Clemens added.


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Earthquake Empowers NZ City to Redefine Its Legacy By Nick Perry ASSOCIATED PRESS

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) A convention center, sports stadium and performing arts complex are among the big projects planned for a new-look downtown Christchurch after the New Zealand city was reduced to rubble by an earthquake last year. Essentially given a blank slate, government planners on July 30 unveiled a blueprint for the city that replaces office towers with green spaces, urban apartments and innovation “hubs” they say will give the city the feel of a college campus. Under the plan, the city will be smaller, the buildings lower in height and constructed to higher earthquake standards. The plan has been eagerly awaited. It has been nearly 18 months since the magnitude6.1 quake struck, killing 185 people and irreparably damaging 1,400 downtown buildings including the century-old Anglican cathedral in the city center. “It will be safe, modern, green and will leave a legacy that makes Christchurch one of the best places in the world to live and work for many generations to come,” Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker said in a statement.

Many residents have become frustrated at the slow pace of recovery in Christchurch. Hundreds of substantial aftershocks have hampered progress and made insurers skittish, while government and city officials, including Parker, have been accused of dithering and bickering. Even before the plan was released, some wondered if they would end up footing a chunk of the bill through rate hikes. Yet for many, the plan is a welcome step forward. Some see it as a unique chance to correct problems in the city, such as an excess of older-style office space that was evident even before the earthquake. The plan also comes as the aftershocks appear to be finally abating. Government officials have not yet identified an overall cost for the rebuild or specific funding sources for all the new projects. Nick Bryant, a spokesman of earthquake recovery minister Gerry Brownlee, said July 30 that the funding will come from a variety of sources, including local councils, private investors, insurance payouts and from the central government, which has so far set aside $4.4 billion for the recovery efforts.

Under the plan, the city would be bordered with green spaces and the overall design would give more emphasis to the

The city would be broken into a series of hubs featuring related activities. For instance, there would be a health precinct anchored by a hospital, a justice precinct with courts and a police station, and a retail precinct with stores. The plan identifies sites for big infrastructure projects including a prominent library and a convention center with the capacity to hold 2,000 people that would overlook the river. There would also be a covered sports stadium seating up to 35,000 people built in the city’s southeast and an indoor aquatic and recreation center built in the southwest. In a release, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, who grew up in Christchurch, said it was important to identify sites for the major new projects so that private developers could begin planning hotels, restaurants and stores to complement them. “I am delighted to see this plan for new development and to know that construction will soon be under way to rebuild my old hometown,” he said.

Under the plan, the city will be smaller, the buildings lower in height and constructed to higher earthquake standards.

winding Avon River. An earthquake memorial would be given prominence, as would a Maori cultural center. The central city square would be divided into a number of smaller public gathering spots.

Mustang Presents 2011 Top Dealer Murphy Tractor & Award to Iowa’s Star Equipment Equipment Co. Joins Mustang, a 124-year-old name for innovative compact equipment for agriculture and construction markets, presented Bruce Bowman of Star Equipment, located in Des Moines, Iowa, the Mustang 2011 Top Dealer Award. This prestigious recognition is presented to Mustang dealerships based on their overall sales performance in 2011. “On behalf of Mustang I would like to congratulate Star Equipment for their excellent sales and customer support of Mustang products and services. As a result of Star Equipment’s dedication and commitment to their customers, they have been recognized as one of Mustang’s top performing dealers for 2011. It is a pleasure to partner with a dedicated distributor who shares the commitment to quality products, services and customer support that Mustang has prided itself on since 1888,” said Andy Strupp, Mustang vice president of sales Americas. For more information, call 262/3349461 or visit www.mustangmfg.com.

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Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. is now an authorized Genesis Attachments LLC dealer. Genesis, based in Superior, Wisc., is a global leader in the design and manufacture of shears, grapples, concrete processors and specialty attachments for the scrap processing, demolition, material handling and decommissioning industries. “Now carrying a wide range of attachments for use on all sizes of excavators and skid steers presents a great opportunity for our company to provide additional products and support to our existing customers and new potential customers in the scrap and material handling markets,” said Bill Buckles, vice president of sales. Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. will be the exclusive dealer for Genesis attachments in western Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Southern Ohio. “Partnering with Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. is a very good fit for us, but more importantly, it’s also beneficial for area companies interested in improving their operations through the use of attachments,” said Leif Strandberg, Genesis regional manager. Murphy Tractor and Equipment Co. Inc., one of John Deere’s largest North American construction equipment dealer organizations, is headquartered in Park City, Kan. The organization has 28 locations throughout the mid-western states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Nebraska. For more information, visit www.murphytractor.com.


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In-Cab Enhancements Introduced for Mack Pinnacle Models

New interior enhancements were recently introduced to the Mack Pinnacle series to increase driver comfort and productivity.

Mack Trucks unveiled a suite of driver-focused enhancements for its Mack Pinnacle highway models designed to improve comfort and productivity. The new interior enhancements include: • An optional center storage console, located between the seats in Pinnacle day cab models, provides nearly one cubic foot of convenient space for large-item storage. The console includes interior lighting and a 12-volt power supply; • Optional ambient red floor lighting, subtle or indirect, for use at night when driving or when stationary. Either the driver’s footwell area or the entire floor can be illuminated; • A standard “dead pedal” for the driver’s left foot to maximize comfort while driving and to help the driver maintain an ergonomically correct seating position; • A standard dash-mounted ergonomically designed single DIN MACK mDRIVE automated manual transmission shifter keypad; • Improved functionality for Mack PowerLeash+ engine

brake controls, standard on all models, enabling the driver to set and maintain a target downhill braking engagement speed, in or out of cruise control. When equipped with mDRIVE, the new MaxBrake function on the transmission’s keypad uses mDRIVE’s downshift strategy to automatically keep the engine in its optimum RPM range for maximum engine braking efficiency; • A remote in-dash sleeper auxiliary HVAC switch, allowing the driver to pre-warm or pre-cool the sleeper from the driver’s seat while the truck is in operation. This feature is standard for 70 and 60-in. sleepers and optional for the 56 and 48-in. sleepers; and • Self-cancelling turn signals, which are standard on trucks and optional on tractors. “Driver retention is critical, and one way to positively impact that is to improve driver comfort,” said Jerry Warmkessel, Mack highway marketing manager. “A comfortable driver is also a more productive, safer driver. We lis-

Mack Trucks recently unveiled interior enhancements, including a single DIN MACK mDRIVE automated manual transmission shifter keypad, to its Mack Pinnacle series in an effort to increase driver comfort and productivity.

tened to what our customers told us they wanted in their cabs, and we’re delivering it with this series of interior enhancements that result in a more comfortable, productive cab environment.” In 2011, Mack introduced other interior enhancements to the Mack Pinnacle series, including an optional one-piece windshield and an updated Grand Touring trim package with button-tuck vinyl and ultraleather seats at no extra charge over the previous trim offering. For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com.


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Nuss Truck & Equipment Promotes Several to Vice President Positions Nuss Truck Group Inc., which operates seven heavy‐duty truck and construction equipment dealerships in the upper midwest promoted Brian Nuss to vice president, truck sales and leasing; Phil Watkins to vice president, customer support; Scott Nelson to vice president, finance; and Mike Sweeney to vice president, construction equipment sales. Nuss has served as the director of truck sales and leasing and general manager of the company’s Eau Claire branch since 2010. He is responsible for all truck sales, leasing and rental activities. Previously, Nuss held management positions with PACCAR Inc. and Ryder Truck Rental. Watkins has served as the director of customer support for the company since 2009. He is responsible for fixed operations, including service, parts and body shop departments in all branches. Formerly, Watkins held management positions with Waste Management Inc., Allied Systems and UPS. Nelson has served as the company’s corporate controller since 1999. Prior to that appointment, he held various positions within the accounting department. Nelson is responsible for all corporate and branch level accounting and budgetary functions. Previously, he held accounting positions with Spring Valley Specialties. Sweeney has served as the company’s director of construction equipment sales since the acquisition of Sweeney Brothers Tractor of Minnesota in 2008. He is responsible for all construction equipment sales and rental activities and serves as the general manager of the company’s Burnsville

operation. Prior to the acquisition, Sweeney held a similar role with Sweeney Brothers Tractor. “Each of these four individuals have consistently demonstrated their tremendous abilities, through their dedication, and focus on customer service,” said Robert Nuss, chairman and CEO of Nuss Truck & Equipment. “Brian, Phil, Scott and Mike will continue to lead from the front, and will help ensure the company’s continued success.” Gregory Nuss, executive vice president and COO, and Bradley Nuss, executive vice president and CFO echoed similar accolades. Greg said, “My team led by Brian, Phil, and Mike are critical components to the success and growth of sales and operations, and these appointments further ensure our future success.” Brad said, “As our business model has changed and become more complex, the need for professionals like Scott is essential. He brings depth and expertise to our back office.” The Nuss businesses have provided customers with innovative transportation and construction equipment solutions since 1959. Today, Nuss Truck & Equipment has seven stores throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin and is one of the largest providers of commercial trucks and construction equipment in the Midwest. For more information, visit www.nussgrp.com.

Crysteel Mfg. Featured in Robert Green Truck Division’s ‘Dump Truck Driveaway’ The Robert Green Truck Division, Monticello, N.Y., recently hosted a “Dump Truck Driveaway” event with more than 50 Dodge Ram chassis,

equipped with Crysteel E-Tipper dump bodies. Crysteel’s E-Tipper dump body provides strength, value and style, with a sculpted front, rear

As part of the “Dump Truck Driveaway” event, Dodge Ram Commercial Truck Specialists met at the Robert Green Truck Division headquarters to pick up and deliver the 50 plus E-tipper outfitted trucks to dealerships throughout New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

pillars and one-piece seamless sides, according to the manufacturer. Crysteel also backs each body and hoist with a comprehensive 5-year warranty. The E-Tipper is available in steel, aluminum and stainless construction, and features can be added to create a versatile body without the usual custom order leadtimes. Body options and accessories add functionality and are economical and easy to order. As part of the “Dump Truck Driveaway” event, Dodge Ram Commercial Truck Specialists met at the Robert Green Truck Division headquarters to pick up and deliver the 50 plus E-tipper outfitted trucks to dealerships throughout New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The event was designed to help meet the significant market demand for high quality, economical one-ton dump trucks.

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Scharber & Sons, Inc. Kentucky 13090 Aiken Rd. Louisville, KY 40223 800-507-9705 4233 Russellville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 866-528-9699 140 James Lewis Rd. London, KY 40744 877-231-7151 3279 Lexington Rd. Richmond, KY 40475 800-463-8722 www.holtequipment.net

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Heavy Duty Honor...

Kenworth Ranks Highest in Dealer Service Satisfaction Kenworth Truck Company achieved the highest customer satisfaction ranking among truck owners in the Heavy Duty Dealer Service Segment, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2012 Heavy Duty Truck Customer Satisfaction Study. “The constant commitment by Kenworth and the strong Kenworth dealer network to achieve superior customer satisfaction is supported by major investments in The World’s Best product line and outstanding dealer facilities,” said Gary Moore, Kenworth general manager and PACCAR vice president. “The prestigious J.D. Power and Associates 2012 Heavy Duty Service Award represents our dedication and efforts to provide the high quality service that customers deserve from Kenworth and our dealers.” The annual study ranks customer satisfaction by evaluating manufacturer performance. This year’s study results are based on interviews with primary maintainers of one-

year-old (model year) Class 8 trucks and include the 2010 EPA certified engines for the first time. Kenworth was well-ranked in the study’s key service categories, which include dealer facility, service quality, service delivery, service initiation and service advisor. Kenworth has now received the Heavy Duty Dealer Service Award for two years in a row and three times in the past four years (2009, 2011, 2012). Overall, Kenworth has received 18 J.D. Power and Associates Heavy Duty customer satisfaction awards since the heavy duty awards began in 2003. Kenworth provides customer support through the Kenworth dealer network comprised of more than 325 locations in the United States and Canada, and through the Kenworth PremierCare Customer Center, which operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more information, visit www.kenworth.com.

DuraClass Aluminum HPT Dump Bodies Offers Versatility DuraClass Aluminum HPT dump bodies provide contractors a hard working, versatile dump body with a lightweight, durable, corrosion resistant aluminum construction. Full aluminum design offers corrosion resistance, eliminating paint expense and increasing body value at trade-in. Typically up to 50 percent lighter than traditional steel, the decreased body weight of

aluminum bodies increases payload capacity, minimizes fuel consumption and improves truck life, according to the manufacturer. DuraClass Aluminum HPT bodies feature fully enclosed front posts and slanted vertical side braces and are available in sizes ranging from 10 to 18 ft. (3 to 5.5 m) with 5 to 20-cu. yd. (3.8 to 15 cu m) capacities.

Contractors can get the DuraClass’ aluminum body equipped with additional features including upper and lower tarp rails, integral cab shields, ladders, patch gates, fenders, poly sideboards, toolboxes and more. Carbon Steel Bodies Municipal users and contractors count on

DuraClass Aluminum HPT bodies feature fully enclosed front posts and slanted vertical side braces and are available in sizes ranging from 10 to 18 ft. (3 to 5.5 m) with 5 to 20-cu. yd. ( 3.8 to 15 cu m) capacities.

DuraClass carbon and stainless steel dump bodies for performance and durability. The HH and the heavy duty HM are engineered for hard impact and maximum life and the sidewalls are direct welded to the body floor and supported by DuraClass’ structural subframe. This provides added rigidity for tough jobs and difficult payloads. DuraClass’ sidewall design and smooth body side radius and bracing add longevity and strength. The HM and HH utilize a stacked understructure. The HM uses 4-in. (10 cm) structural channel crossmembers and the HH uses 4-in. I-beam crossmembers on 6-in. (15 cm) I-beam longmembers. Extra wide corner posts are full depth and fully enclosed and vertical side braces are extra wide to provide years of durable and troublefree service, according to the manufacturer. The DuraClass SL316 also features a crossmemberless understructure, along with the DuraClass sidewall, smooth radius corners, fully enclosed front posts and full depth rear corner posts. Material and dirt resist build-up and clean easily offering better corrosion protection in harsh environments. The SL316 crossmemberless design has deep flared longmembers that are fully boxed, eliminating the need for subframe crossmembers.


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Vermeer Sales & Service

Farm-Rite Equipment Inc.

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

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

Midwest Trailers Plus, Inc.

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

McCann Industries, Inc. Addison 543 South Rohlwing Road Addison, IL 60101 630-627-0000 • Fax: 630-627-8711 Big Rock 47W247 US Highway 30 Big Rock, IL 60511 630-556-3111 • Fax: 630-556-3749 Bolingbrook 250 East Frontage Road Bolingbrook, IL 60440 630-739-7770 • Fax: 630-739-7699 Chicago 2350 South Laflin Street Chicago, IL 60608 312-942-9200 • Fax: 312-421-3502

Crestwood 4701 West 137th Street Crestwood, IL 60445 708-597-3110 • Fax: 708-597-9945 McHenry 4102 W. Crystal Lake Road McHenry, IL 60050 815-385-0420 • Fax: 815-385-2975 Schererville 1133 Indianapolis Boulevard Schererville, IN 46375 219-865-6545 • Fax: 219-865-0269 Wauconda 1360 North Rand Road Wauconda, IL 60084 847-526-9444 • Fax: 847-526-9448 www.McCannOnline.com

Titan Machinery Shakopee Division 6340 Hwy 101 Shakopee, MN 55379 952-445-5400 • 800-795-9274 Fax: 952-445-0365 Duluth Division 4311 Haines Rd. Hermantown, MN 55811 218-727-3038 • 800-795-0117 Fax: 218-727-2827 Rogers Division 14375 James Rd. Rogers, MN 55374 763-428-5099 • Fax: 763-428-5051 Industrial Division N1626 Wuensch Rd. LaCrosse, WI 54601 608-788-1025 • 800-780-1025 Fax: 608-788-1027


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Bridge Will Connect St. Louis to Southwestern Ill. BRIDGE from page 1

St. Louis). This will be the first bridge built connecting downtown St. Louis and southwestern Illinois in more than 40 years. Currently, the only urban interstate bridge between Illinois and Missouri is the Poplar Street Bridge, known locally as the PSB. The PSB is one of two bridges in the United States that carry three interstates. By relocating one interstate (I-70) from the Poplar Street Bridge to the new Mississippi River Bridge, drivers will experience less congestion, fewer crashes and less unnecessary fuel use. The $667 million project includes a landmark bridge structure, and the realignment and reconstruction of Interstate 70 and numerous local roads on both sides of the state line. Capital for the job is comprised of Illinois, Missouri and Federal funding. The four main components of the project are: • Missouri North I-70 Interchange — A roadway connection between the existing I-70 and the new bridge, with further connections to the local street system at Cass Avenue. ($57 million) • Mississippi River Bridge — A new 4-lane bridge one mile north of the Martin Luther King Bridge. ($346 million) • Illinois I-70 Connection — A roadway connection between the existing I-55/64/70 Tri-Level Interchange and the main span. • Illinois Tri-Level Interchange — Improvements at the I55/64/70 Tri-Level Interchange in East St. Louis which will connect to the I-70 Connection leading to the main span. (Both Illinois sections: $264 million). In order to complete a project of this magnitude, many agencies have banned together to achieve the goal. The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT), the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT), and the Federal Highway Administration (FHA) are at the helm. HNTB Corporation has designed and provided construction documents for the new cable stayed bridge across the Mississippi River. They also designed the approaches to connect to the downtown St. Louis interchange and the Illinois I-70 connector project. Other portions of the NMRB project have been designed by Crawford, Murphy & Tilly Inc., TENG Associates (now Exp.) and AECOM. The NMRB will be a 1,500 ft. (457.2 m) cable-stayed bridge across the Mississippi River between Metro East and St. Louis, Missouri. The bridge is two lanes in each direction, but is wide enough to be restriped for three lanes in each direction if traffic volumes warrant and additional funding is secured. The cable stayed concept was designed in the late 16th century, but has become very popular over the past few decades around the world. With a cable stayed bridge, the cables support the bridge deck (the roadway). These cables are connected to one or more towers that are built in the middle of the bridge. With a main span of 1,500

Buckets of concrete being delivered to the top of the Illinois Tower are just a small portion of the 50,000 cu. yds. (38,227 cu m) of concrete needed for the bridge project.

ft., the New Mississippi River Bridge will be the third longest in the country. Massman Construction, Traylor Brothers and Alberici Constructors (MTA) have formed a joint venture to construct the main span of the NMRB. “The weight of the main span is 31 million pounds, or

3,370 elephants,” joked Greg Horn, Mississippi River Bridge director. The entire bridge calls for 600 mi. (966 km) of cable, 50,000 cu. yds. (38,228 cu m) of concrete, 4,000 tons (3,629 t) of reinforcing steel and 7,500 tons (6,804 t) of structural steel. Massman Construction is utilizing its Manitowoc 7000 crane on the main span project. When the 900-ton crane arrived, crews attached the 60-ft. (18.3 m) jib on site. Massman has worked on many other notable bridge projects, including the Biloxi Bay Bridge in Mississippi, the Huey P. Long Bridge in Louisiana and the William Emerson Mississippi River Bridge in Missouri. A number of local companies are completing work in Missouri for the NMRB project, namely Fred Weber Inc. and Millstone-Bangert Inc. Keeley and Sons Inc. and Keller Construction Inc., have created a joint venture to construct the Illinois Approach for the Mississippi River Bridge. Other general contractors incorporated on the Illinois side are Fred Weber Inc., Halverson Construction and Baxmeyer Construction. Contracts on both the Missouri and Illinois sides were awarded in late 2009, with work beginning in early 2010. However, when the Mississippi River reached flood level, work was brought to a halt for 88 days. When it was safe to work again, crews went full-speed ahead, working 10-hour days and 10-hour nights, 6 days a week for almost a year and a half to get back on track. Currently, the project is running on schedule and will be complete in January 2014. To follow the progress on the New Mississippi River Bridge, visit www.newriverbridge.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Crews work in the yard to build the massive panels used as part of the driving surface for the NMRB.

Wis. Company Preps to Start Minn. Stadium Construction STADIUM from page 1

The arena, which will seat 65,000 people but could be expanded to accommodate 72,000 fans, is expected to be ready for the 2016 season. Hammes also was involved in the $430

million development of Ford Field in Detroit, where the Lions play, and with the $1.6 billion MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., which is home to both the New York Giants and Jets. The stadium authority’s other actions

included hiring Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc. to conduct an environmental-impact study on the 33-acre stadium site. The maximum amount the firm will be paid is just under $750,000. The announcements came one day after

the football franchise announced it had hired Jim Cima as the senior project manager. Cima most recently oversaw an arena construction project for hockey’s New Jersey Devils and before that was involved in the Philadelphia Eagles stadium construction.


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CONTINENTAL EQUIPMENT CORP.

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A division of AIS

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

www.aisequip.com 3600 N. Grand River Ave. Lansing, MI 48906 517/321-8000 Fax: 517/321-4191

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

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 8853 Petrov Drive Caseyville, IL 62232 (618) 397-9971

4100 Gardner Ave. Kansas City, MO 64120 (816) 241-9290 (816) 241-1738 www.vlpco.com Joplin, MO (800) 878-8223 (417) 781-8222 Springfield, MO (800) 955-2729 (417) 887-2729 Wichita, KS (800) 878-3346 (316) 838-3346 Topeka, KS (800) 878-4345 (785) 267-4345 Garden City, KS (800) 511-1435 (620) 275-1996

RMS RENTALS 12520 Quentin Ave. So, Ste 100 Savage, MN 55378 952/895-9595 800/888-9515

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY & SUPPLY CO., INC. 1001 S. 7th St. Trafficway Kansas City, KS 66105 913/371-3822 913/371-3870 Fax Omaha, NE 402/331-9200 Lincoln, NE 402/325-0447 Grand Island, NE 308/384-2620


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ROLAND MACHINERY CO. www.rolandmachinery.com 816 N. Dirksen Parkway, Springfield, IL 62702 217/789-7711 Bolingbrook, IL 630/739-7474 Carterville, IL 618/985-3399 Marengo, IL 815/923-4966 Portage, IN 219/764-8080 Escanaba, MI 906/786-6920 906/786-5813 Fax Bridgeton, MO 314/291-1330 Cape Girardeau, MO 573/334-5252 Columbia, MO 573/814-0083 Palmyra, MO 573/769-2056 DePere, WI 920/532-0165 920/532-0526 Fax DeForest, WI 608/842-4151 608/842-4193 Fax Eau Claire, WI 715/874-5400 715/874-5401 Fax Franksville WI 262/835-2710 262/835-2844 Fax Schofield, WI 715/355-9898 715/241-0044 Fax

GENERAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES www.genequip.com 4300 W Main Ave Fargo ND 58103 800/437-2924 701/364-2190 Fax 905 20th Avenue SE Minot ND 58072 800/825-0479 2300 Vermont Avenue Bismarck ND 58504 800/279-4437


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Contact Your Local Authorized Doosan Dealer

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IOWA RTL Equipment Inc. Grimes ŤŠŤǍŨŧťǍşšťšìŧşşǍŢŦŢǍŢŨŠť Swisher ŢŠŨǍŧŤŦǍţşţŤ rtlequipment.com

echnicians, rroad oad W With ith sstrong trong de dealers, alers, fact ffactory-trained actory-trained ttechnicians, ser service vice ttrucks rucks and the indu industry’s stry’s on only lyy 48-hou 48-hourr p parts arts guar guarantee antee w we e thin think k yyou’ll ou’ll agr agree. ee. Doo Doosan san deli delivers. vers.

Scan tthe Scan he ccode ode a and nd ssee ee w hat y yo ourr llocal ocal D oosan what your Doosan dealer ccan an d o ffo or y yo ou. dealer do for you. www.DoosanEquipment.com/dealer www.DoosanEquipment.com/dealer Doo s a n and a nd the t h e Doosan Doo s a n llogo ogo aare re rregistered e gis tere d ttrademarks r ad e m ar k s ooff D oos an C or p. iinn tthe he U nite d SStates t a te s aand nd vvarious arious oother ther Doosan Doosan Corp. United c ountrie s around around the the w orld. © 2 0 12 D oo s a n IInfracore nf r a c ore C ons tr u c tion EEquipment quipm ent AAmerica. m eric a . AAllll rrights ight s rreserved. e s er ve d. | 00712555 712 5 5 5 countries world. ©2012 Doosan Construction

Omaha 402-895-6660 omaha-tractor.com

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Contact Your Local Authorized Doosan Dealer

ILLINOIS

MINNESOTA

OHIO

Christofano Equipment Company

Lano Equipment, Inc.

Gibson Machinery LLC

Chicago Ridge 708-425-6466

Shakopee ŨŤšǍţţŤǍťŢŠşìŧŦŦǍŦŤŢǍťŠşş Anoka ŦťŢǍŢšŢǍŠŦšşìŧŧŧǍţţŧǍŤšťť

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INDIANA Ronson Equipment Co, LLC Lowell šŠŨǍťŨťǍŤťŧşìŧťťǍŢŤşǍŤŤŢŧ ronsonequipment.com

Cape Girardeau ŤŦŢǍŢŢţǍŨŨŢŦ lubyequipment.com

NEBRASKA Bobcat of Omaha

IOWA RTL Equipment Inc. Grimes ŤŠŤǍŨŧťǍşšťšìŧşşǍŢŦŢǍŢŨŠť Swisher ŢŠŨǍŧŤŦǍţşţŤ rtlequipment.com

echnicians, rroad oad W With ith sstrong trong de dealers, alers, fact ffactory-trained actory-trained ttechnicians, ser service vice ttrucks rucks and the indu industry’s stry’s on only lyy 48-hou 48-hourr p parts arts guar guarantee antee w we e thin think k yyou’ll ou’ll agr agree. ee. Doo Doosan san deli delivers. vers.

Scan tthe Scan he ccode ode a and nd ssee ee w hat y yo ourr llocal ocal D oosan what your Doosan dealer ccan an d o ffo or y yo ou. dealer do for you. www.DoosanEquipment.com/dealer www.DoosanEquipment.com/dealer Doo s a n and a nd the t h e Doosan Doo s a n llogo ogo aare re rregistered e gis tere d ttrademarks r ad e m ar k s ooff D oos an C or p. iinn tthe he U nite d SStates t a te s aand nd vvarious arious oother ther Doosan Doosan Corp. United c ountrie s around around the the w orld. © 2 0 12 D oo s a n IInfracore nf r a c ore C ons tr u c tion EEquipment quipm ent AAmerica. m eric a . AAllll rrights ight s rreserved. e s er ve d. | 00712555 712 5 5 5 countries world. ©2012 Doosan Construction

Omaha 402-895-6660 omaha-tractor.com

NORTH DAKOTA Grand Forks 701-772-5006 bobcatofgrandforks.com

Sellers Equipment, Inc.

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Carleton Equipment Company, Inc. Kalamazoo šťŨǍŢţŢǍšŨţŢ Grand Rapids ťŠťǍŧŦŦǍŢŢŧŧ Livonia ŦŢţǍţšŠǍŨŨŨŨ Saginaw 989-777-6666 carletonequipment.com

Bobcat Enterprises, Inc Cincinnati ŤŠŢǍŧŦţǍŧŨţŤ Hilliard 614-876-1116 bobcat-ent.com

SOUTH DAKOTA Diesel Machinery Inc. Sioux Falls ťşŤǍŢŢťǍşţŠŠìŧşşǍţŤťǍţşşŤ Rapid City ťşŤǍŢţŧǍŦţŢŧìŧşşǍťŤŧǍŢşţŦ Aberdeen ťşŤǍŦšŤǍţŢťţìŧŧŧǍŦťšǍťŢŠš dieselmachinery.com

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WISCONSIN Swiderski Equipment, Inc. Mosinee ŦŠŤǍťŨŢǍŢşŠŤ Wausau ŦŠŤǍťŦŤǍšŢŨŠ Thorp 715-669-5255 Antigo ŦŠŤǍťšŢǍţťťŧ Waupaca ŦŠŤǍšŤŧǍŢšťť swiderskiequipment.com


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N.J.’s George Young Companies Earns SC&RA Award AWARDS from page 28

old, 103,000-lb. (46,720 kg) bronze statue of founder Anthony J. Drexel, which sat where the new building would be constructed. A call was made to George Young Companies, an expert in handling fine art and historic monuments, to perform the project. The effects of time and pollution had taken their toll on the monument’s Italian granite base. Fissures, cracks and broken lettering marred the valuable work of fine art. The monument’s site was ringed with underground subways and above-ground buildings, making the use of a large crane expensive and heightening risk. Goals were set for the project including implementation of Young Group’s Beyond Zero Safety Program as the project’s Number One goal. Protection of the monument’s stone base and eliminating stone loss was considered vital. Soil and ground strength were reviewed and additional loads of crushed stone were installed to provide a stable lifting and skidding surface. Young’s Heavy Rigging Group reviewed the site and suggested applying its heavy rigging systems to relocate this rather light piece. The decision was made to relocate the monument monolithically as opposed to suffering the stone loss that dismantling and

subsequent re-assembly would likely pose. Prior to handling and rigging the monument for the move, the granite base’s multiple fissures were injected with epoxy to stabilize the stone. Areas where engraved lettering was unstable were fortified with Japanese Tissue, a long-fiber vegetable material. Corners were edged in protective devices to prevent damage from incidental contact. Finally, Ethafoam was placed between the rigging equipment and the monument base to absorb vibrations that might cause fissure to spread. Due to the presence of subways directly underneath the site, the rigging, lifting and relocation plan called for eliminating the use of heavy cranes. Young’s Heavy Rigging Group opted to utilize in-house rigging systems that could lift the valuable and delicate monument, valued at up to $5 million, without a problem or issue. Interestingly, the university was able to supply notes to the Young Group from when the monument had previously been moved in 1966 and again in the mid 1990s by George Young Companies. The discovery of notes from the previous move in 1966 were instrumental in the rigging plan. They were the handwritten notes of George Young’s father, and they explained how he designed the foundation, including a

pair of 10-in. square beam pockets underneath the marble base. Since the foundation was covered, the notes presented the only information indicating those pockets existed. After excavation of the area surrounding the monument, a pair of beams were threaded into foundation pockets below the monument’s granite base. The lower lift beams threaded into the foundation pockets were attached to lift beams supported by one of Young’s 100-ton capacity J&R Engineering hydraulic gantries. The gantry lifted the monument to its new elevation so that a Young Group 400-ton capacity turntable could be placed under the monument’s base and on top of crane mats that had been inserted. The monument was rotated on the turntable exactly 14.5 degrees to match the new foundation orientation located 60 ft. (18 m) away. After reconfiguration to a four-lift beam arrangement, the hydraulic gantries lifted the monument a second time and Young’s 500-ton Hydra-Slide system was installed under the base. Multiple 8 ft. (2.4 m) long custom built skid-shoes allowed for numerous safety cribs to support the lower lift/skid beams and the granite base and easily slid the 103,000 lb. monument into final position

over the waiting foundation. The J&R Engineering hydraulic gantry performed flawlessly as it lifted the monument for the third and final time, lowering the monument into position after the removal of the HydraSlide rail system. Upon inspection, all of the engineering and precautions taken resulted in a zero stone loss result and a satisfied client. Over the years, the company has handled almost 150 different large works of fine art, many of them multiple times. The Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association (SC&RA) is an international trade association of more than 1,300 members from 46 nations. Members are involved in specialized transportation, machinery moving and erecting, industrial maintenance, millwrighting and crane and rigging operations, manufacturing and rental. SC&RA helps members run more efficient and safer businesses by monitoring and affecting pending legislation and regulatory policies at the state and national levels; researching and reporting on safety concerns and best business practices; and providing five yearly forums where these and other relevant member issues can be advanced. For more information, visit www.scranet.org.

MacDonald Machinery Co. Contractors Award Scholarships Acquired by RPM Machinery Construction equipment dealer MacDonald Machinery, established in Ft. Wayne, Ind., in 1965, has been acquired by Indiana-based RPM Machinery LLC, a new company focused on acquiring industrial equipment dealerships in agricultural and construction markets. The deal, finalized on June 29, will result in RPM becoming an authorized Case Construction Equipment dealer and acquiring MacDonald’s internet parts sales and distribution abilities. Current MacDonald’s locations in Ft. Wayne, Indianapolis, South Bend and Lafayette will stay in operation and enable RPM to grow further in the Great Lakes region and across the midwest and allow it to expand its sales, parts and service to both the agriculture and construction industries. The MacDonald Machinery name will remain with the newly purchased operations. “MacDonald Machinery has a long reputation of great customer service, and with the current skilled employee base, it is our goal

to continue building an even better support system,” said Troy Price, president and general manager of RPM. “Having been in the machinery manufacturing, marketing and finance business since 1987, I am very excited about MacDonald Machinery’s future.” “Selling a business that my father and I built over the past 45 years is not easy,” said Mark Johnston, previous owner of MacDonald Machinery. “MacDonald Machinery has great customers and employees. Knowing the values of the owners of RPM Machinery has made my decision easier: These guys know how to treat people right, and they understand this business very well.” Privately owned RPM, which now has 57 employees, has chosen not to disclose the purchase price, but Price said the company plans to increase sales and the number of employees over the next three years. For more information, visit macdonaldmachinery.com or www.rpmmachinery.com.

Becky Fallin, president of RHL Insulation are very smart and very deserving of these and Contractors Association of Will and scholarships,” Fallin said. “To date, the Grundy Counties (CAWGC) scholarship CAWGC has awarded over $81,000 to chair, has announced that two scholarships deserving scholars who have pursued have been awarded this year. degrees in the construction field.” Justin Anderson, a graduate of Coal City Marsha Rolih, Pierro Quality High School, has been awarded his second Construction, and Neta VanDuyne, CR CAWGC scholarship. Anderson, who has Leonard Plumbing, also served on the scholstudied for three years at North Central arship committee with Fallin. College, will transfer this year to Bradley Those interested in learning more about University, where he will continue his stud- next year’s scholarship program should ies in mechanical engineering. His parents check the association website at www.conare Mary and Chris Anderson, who are both tractorswillgrundy.org after Feb. 1, 2013. employed at Anderson Concrete, a CAWGC member. Austin Naal, a 2012 graduate of Joliet Catholic Academy, also has received a CAWGC scholarship. Naal will be majoring in mechanical engineering and will be attending the University of Illinois. His parents are Micki and John Naal, who are employed at Naal Plumbing & Heating, a CAWGC member. Austin Naal Justin Anderson “Both of these young men


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Chicago Pneumatic Expands Handheld Hydraulic Line Chicago Pneumatic has updated its line of medium, heavy and super-heavy duty high back pressure (HBP) breakers. HBP models are designed to accept the higher return pressure that is found on skid steers. HBP breakers work from the auxiliary output of most skid steers when used in conjunction with an oil flow divider. The oil flow divider is necessary to ensure that the correct oil flow and pressure is sent to the breaker at all times. This combination maximizes flexibility and optimal equipment utilization. The HBP breakers also will work on a standard power pack providing the user with additional location flexibility. “The ability to run these breakers from the power take off (PTO) outlet of a skid steer offers users access to all the productivity benefits of high-powered hydraulic hand tools, without the financial commitment to a conventional power pack,” said Eudes Defoe, product manager, light compaction and handheld tools, Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment. “Our new line of HBP hydraulic breakers have been tested with most of the major skid steer brands on the

market, and they have performed flawlessly.” Able to accept up to 515 psi (35 bar) of back pressure — standard breakers accept 147-220 psi (10-15 bar) — their high pressure tolerance also permits the use of much longer hoses on job sites where space and access can be an issue. BRK 55 HBP A medium weight, multi-purpose breaker, the BRK 55 HBP is a reliable choice for road building and maintenance applications such as asphalt, brickwork, frozen soil or concrete. Used in conjunction with an oil flow divider, The BRK 55 HBP can be used from the PTO outlet of most skid steers, and can be easily adjusted to work with both 8 and 5 gpm (30 and 20 Lpm) power packs.

Paladin Attachments Achieves Gold Status in I Make America Campaign The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) announced that Paladin Attachments, a division of International Equipment Solutions, has joined the elite ranks of the I Make America campaign’s Gold-level company supporters. I Make America is a grassroots campaign that was launched in September 2010 to dramatically improve American manufacturing policies to create more jobs in the United States and keep the economy competitive with other countries. “We commend Paladin Attachments for achieving Gold status in the I Make America campaign,” said Dennis Slater, president of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers. “As a member of AEM, Paladin Attachments exemplifies the commitment we need from all manufacturers around the country to send the message to Congress and the White House that our economy is in urgent need of a new manufacturing policy that will create jobs.” “Paladin Attachments and our employees support and participate in the I Make America campaign because we

are proud of what it stands for. We all have a sense of pride when we drive by a construction site and see that our attachments are contributing to our country’s infrastructure to keep America strong,” said Jennifer Fitzgerald, Paladin marketing communications manager. “We believe we need to increase jobs for America’s equipment manufacturers so we are all able to prosper.” I Make America Gold-Level supporters are an important group of companies that have achieved participation benchmarks marking them as industry leaders, including significant employee involvement; outreach to their state, local and federal legislators; promoting campaign sign-ups at trade shows and with allied trade associations; and production of A Day in American Life video telling the story of how their companies, employees and communities “make America.” The campaign has enlisted the support of more than 21,000 people nationwide, AEM’s 850 plus member companies and industry organizations. For more information, visit www.IMakeAmerica.com.

The BRK 70 HBP breakers are ideal for heavier demolition jobs and are suitable for use on tough materials such as asphalt, frozen soil and reinforced concrete.

BRK 70 HBP The BRK 70 HBP breakers are ideal for heavier demolition jobs and are suitable for use on tough materials such as asphalt, frozen soil and reinforced concrete. Used in conjunction with an oil flow divider, The BRK 70 HBP can be used from the PTO outlet of most skid steers, and works with both 8 and 5 gpm power packs. BRK 95 HBP The BRK 95 HBP is Chicago Pneumatic’s super-duty hydraulic breaker. Falling in the 100 ft. lb. impact power class, the BRK 95 HBP is powerful enough to replace a small excavator with a breaker attachment in certain situations. Ideal for breaking heavy asphalt, reinforced concrete and foundations, these powerful machines are the rugged choice for utility construction, street maintenance, water and gas line repair and general heavy-duty construction jobs. Used in conjunction with an oil flow divider, The BRK 95 HBP can be used from the PTO outlet of most skid steers, and works with both 10 and 8 gpm (40 and 30 Lpm) power packs. Hydraulic Features All Chicago Pneumatic handheld hydraulic breakers feature a well-balanced, slim body design with no external side bolts or protruding machine parts. This feature provides an accurate line of sight to the working surface and minimizes operator fatigue. Chicago Pneumatic hydraulic hoses, power packs and handheld hydraulic tools are fitted with flat-faced, quickrelease couplings for fast and easy connections in all working situations. The couplings are designed to help keep hydraulic systems clean on work sites where there are large amounts of dust and dirt. The male and female couplings are mounted according to EHTMA (European hydraulic tools manufacturers) standards, ensuring that no mistakes can be made on connections and that the direction of the oil flow is always correct. For more information, visit www.cp.com.


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New EDGE Tree Tool Added to CEAttachments Lineup

This new attachment features a single cylinder that opens its powerful jaws to easily grab and pull fence posts, rebar, invasive trees or shrubs, including roots, out of the ground with ease.

CEAttachments Inc., a global supplier of attachments and accessories for compact equipment, added the EDGE Tree Puller/Grabbing Tool attachment for skid steer loaders. The new standard-flow EDGE Tree Puller/Grabbing Tool attachment is designed for tough landscaping, construction and agricultural applications. This new attachment features a single cylinder that opens its powerful jaws to easily grab and pull fence posts, rebar, invasive trees or shrubs, including roots, out of the ground with ease. The jaws measure 27 in. (68.6 cm) in length and open to a maximum of 12 in. (30.5 cm) to grab hold of trees or shrubs at the base and pull entire plants out of the ground. The overall length of this handy attachment is 34.5 in. (87.6 cm), overall width is 47.5 in. (120.7 cm) and height of 20 in. (50.8 cm). Other features include three welded brackets to secure the hydraulic hoses away from the jaws, and hoses and flat face couplers come standard with the attachment. Lift capacities of the new EDGE Tree Puller/Grabbing Tool are based on the lift capacity of the machine, not the attachment. An optional hose saver kit is recommended. For more information, call 866/232-8224 or visit www.ceattachments.com.

Allied Construction Products Debuts Three Rammer Breakers After many successful years of promoting and distributing the S-Series (small range) of breakers, Allied Construction Products LLC has introduced three all-new Rammer small range breakers — 555, 777 and 999. “Designed without tie rods and incorporating the constant blow energy (CBE) plus operating system, all three of the all-new Rammer small range breakers are powerful, reliable and easy to maintain. The integrated one-piece tool bushing design includes the thrust ring, upper bushing, lower bushing and dust seal requiring fewer parts. The one-piece bushing is easily field replaceable. The box-type housing of the “power-of-three” breakers incorporates high-tech dampening material that reduces noise and vibration in addition to fully-protecting the power cell. Less wear and better bending force-resistance also increases the life span and reduces operating costs for the all-new small range breakers. Installation of the all-new small range breakers is made easier by the use of the swivel-type hose connecting block, which can be easily turned over to meet left or right hand hose connections, according to the manufacturer.

Rammer’s small range breakers are a longterm solution to any breaking application for carriers between 7,500 lbs. and 27,600 lbs. (3,402 and 12,519 kg). These all–new breakers deliver high blow frequency and power where and when it is needed, regardless of the application. Special features of the Model 555, 777 and 999 are: • Enclosed power cell resists bending forces and reduces wear • Fewer parts reduce operating costs • Integrated one-piece tool bushing design includes thrust ring, upper and lower bushing and dust seal all in one • Constant blow energy (CBE) provides constant high productivity • Vibration dampening prevents carrier damage and improves operator comfort • Hose connecting block for simplicity in changing left or right hand hose connections • No tie rods or downtime for less maintenance • Dual accumulator (high pressure and low pressure) design provides maximum power with less pulsation in hydraulic lines For more information, call 216/431-2600 or visit www.AlliedCP.com.

Allied Construction Products LLC has introduced three all-new Rammer small range breakers — 555, 777 and 999.


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Okada America offers five sizes of its OSC family of secondary crushers, which were developed as a result of the growing need to reduce disposable oversized concrete created through demolition. The OSC models are available for carriers ranging from 6.5 to more than 50 tons (5.9 to 45 t). The OSC attachments have powerful crushing and re-bar cutting capabilities as well as an internal speed valve and an oversized crushing cylinder for enhanced cycle time and power. For more information, visit www.okadaamerica.com.

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Takeuchi Unveils TL10, TL12 Track Terex Selects Don Loaders; Feature Tier IVi Engines Anderson as Veep, Takeuchi-US, a global leader in compact loaders and in torque as compared to previous models. The TL12 feaexcavators, has announced the all-new TL10 and TL12 track tures a V3800CRTI Kubota diesel engine with common rail loaders. Takeuchi’s most powerful track loaders to date fea- injection, turbocharger, and intercooler that delivers 10.8 ture powerful EPA Tier IVi compliant engines. New selec- percent more horsepower and a 19.5 percent improvement in table auxiliary work modes allow the operator to fine-tune torque as compared to previous models. Both models feature the auxiliary hydraulic output to three specific attachment a diesel particulate filter (DPF) to help control particulate settings for reduced downtime on job sites. The new track emissions, as well as cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) for reduced NOx emissions. A swing-out cooler loaders also feature a sleek module places the hydraulic interior with enhanced conThe TL10 and TL12 both feature oil cooler and engine coolers trols and a pressurized cab a variable flow auxiliary side-by-side for optimal perwith improved HVAC perhydraulic system, formance. formance. which offers three easy-to-select settings that can be Performance programmed to The TL10 has an operating match the flow weight of 10,318 lbs. (4,680 requirements of kg), a tip load of 6,867 lbs. various (3,115 kg) [7,793 lbs. (3,545 attachments. kg) with optional counterweight], and an improved rated operating capacity of 2,403 lbs. (1,090 kg) [2,723 lbs. (1,235 kg) with optional counterweight]. The more robust TL12 has an operating weight of 11,618 lbs. (5,270 kg), tip load of 8,102 lbs. (3,675 kg) [9,315 lbs. (4,225 kg) with optional counterweight[. For added strength and durability, the fully welded, purpose-built frame features integrated cross members and an undercarriage that maintains steel-to-steel contact between the large, heavy duty rollers and forged steel imbeds that are incorporated into the rubber track. As with previous Takeuchi track loaders, powerful double reduction planetary drives are positioned rearward to allow more contact points between the sprocket and track allowing incredible traction forces along with better track durability, according to the manufacturer.

Variable Flow Auxiliary Hydraulics The TL10 and TL12 both feature a variable flow auxiliary hydraulic system, which offers three easy-to-select settings that can be programmed to match the flow requirements of various attachments. Setting I is standard 100 percent flow, and Settings II and III can be set anywhere from 0 to 100 percent (factory default settings are 75 percent and 50 percent). A hydraulic oil temperature light has been added to the gauge panel, and a second auxiliary circuit comes standard on all high-flow machines. The TL10 features a 12.9 gal. (49 L) hydraulic reservoir and offers up to 36.3 gpm (137 Lpm) auxiliary hydraulic flow. The TL12 comes equipped with a 15.9 gal. (60 L) hydraulic reservoir and offers up to 40 gpm (151 Lpm) auxiliary hydraulic flow. Engines The TL10 features a V3800CRT Kubota diesel engine with common rail fuel injection and turbocharger that helps deliver 7% more horsepower and a 9.4 percent improvement

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New Engine Power Modes The TL10 and TL12 track loaders feature selectable power modes, which allow the operator to match the engine performance to any specific task. Normal Mode offers a good mix of power and economy for general work, while the Power Mode produces peak engine power for maximum performance. Eco Mode can provide up to 15 percent fuel savings while still offering maximum torque and excellent power characteristics, drastically lowering the operating cost of the machine. Eco Mode conserves fuel by limiting the engine speed to 2,400 rpm. When engine load is less than 30 percent, the speed will automatically decrease to 2,040 rpm after 8 seconds. Conversely, when power demand exceeds 30 percent, the engine speed will return to the throttle position setting. Cab Features In addition to the improvements in performance and operation, many enhancements and special features have been incorporated into the interior of the operator’s cab. First, the new track loaders feature a sealed and pressurized cab, which helps maintain a clean environment for the operator. The cab also features improved blower fan and HVAC performance, and a high-back seat with adjustable suspension rate and height settings for improved operator comfort. Additional available options include a three-point seat belt, heavy-duty radio, and ride control. The roll-up door can be opened regardless of the boom/attachment position and can be locked in the open position for operation. Takeuchi’s precision pilot controls are complemented by quick-change selector valve — available as a factory option — which allows the operator to select between ISO or H pattern controls. An easy to use multifunction control handle provides fingertip control to the 14pin attachment connector while a heavy duty rocker switch now provides control of the “G” and “H” pins of the connector providing more attachment versatility and control. For more information, visit www.takeuchi-us.com.

Don Anderson will have overall responsibility for Terex Utilities including equipment and parts, sales, product development, manufacturing and aftermarket support, along with key supporting functions.

Terex Utilities has appointed Don Anderson to vice president and general manager. In this role, Anderson will have overall responsibility for Terex Utilities including equipment and parts, sales, product development, manufacturing and aftermarket support, along with key supporting functions. In addition, Anderson also will have shared responsibility with Jacob Thomas, president of Terex Latin America, for the Terex Ritz business based in Brazil. Anderson joined Terex in August 2003, and most recently held the position of general manager of Terex Roadbuilding. “We are very pleased to welcome Don back to the Utilities team,” said Tim Ford, president, Terex Aerial Work Platforms. “We have confidence that he will continue the progress we are making to improve our business.” Anderson will be based at the Terex Utilities facilities in Watertown, S.D. For more information, visit www.terexutilities.com.


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Like all of our equipment, the 850K was designed with extensive input by owners and operators like you. We listened and responded with numerous K-Series enhancements, including additional power and weight for increased productivity. An EPA Interim Tier 4 diesel engine for work in nonattainment areas. Spacious redesigned cab that’s noticeably quieter and more comfortable. And best-in-class serviceability features, such as an innovative easy-to-clean “V-Cool” package. Add to those, the unsurpassed operating ease and maneuverability operators have come to expect from our crawlers, and the 850K is an obvious choice. To get your hands on one, see your John Deere dealer.

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about 20 ft. while the arch straddled the pipe on the back end. Laying the pipeline actually became a fairly conventional procedure for a very unconventional situation. Pair of Arches Perfect for Structure Installation With the big-pipe problem solved, Walsh then turned to another difficult challenge; safely installing two large precast junction boxes in two spots along the pipeline. Extra pipe clearance was needed coming into and out of the structures. So Walsh asked Efficiency to design, deliver and help assemble on site a second set of stacked trench shields with spreader arches on both ends. In addition to the crane and PC-800, Walsh had a complete arsenal of heavy equipment on the job including: • A Caterpillar 345 excavator; • A Volvo L120 front-loader; • A John Deere 850 bulldozer; • And three Caterpillar 740 trucks to haul dirt, stone, and backfill. Walsh completed the pipeline project in May 2012. Runway 10C/28C is scheduled to be commissioned in the fourth quarter of 2013. Walsh Construction Company is a

Chicago-based general contracting, construction management, and design-build firm. Walsh is recognized as the largest construction firm in Chicago, according to Crain’s Chicago Business, as well as one of the nation’s top 15 contractors according to Engineering News-Record (ENR). The firm has experience with a wide variety of building, civil and transportation sectors. Maintaining regional offices across North America, Walsh Construction, on the web at www.walshgroup.com, operates using Union Labor and Union Subcontractors. Efficiency Production Inc. provides a wide selection of standard and custom trench shielding and shoring systems. Efficiency’s products are designed specifically for safe and cost effective installation of utility systems and infrastructure improvements, according to the manufacturer. All products are P.E. certified to meet OSHA and MIOSHA requirements. For more information, visit www.efficiencyproduction.com. James McRay is the Director of Marketing & Media for Efficiency Production Inc. He can be reached at 800/552-8800; jmcray@efficiencyproduc- In order to get the shield to the proper grade for Walsh’s project, Efficiency designed a set of stacked 10 ft. (3 m) tall, 30 ft. (9 m) long trench shields. tion.com.


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DOT Officials Keep Bridge Collapse Remnants Out of View ARTIFACTS from page 1

the door of the school bus that had come to rest precariously on a fallen slab of concrete. Later they added a commemorative pin from the first anniversary and an ID badge from a worker on a replacement bridge. For now, the collection can be viewed by appointment only, although there are plans to include a couple of the artifacts in a broader exhibit on Minnesota’s past beginning in November. To some, there’s a hunger for more. Chris Messerly, an attorney for more than 100 victims, said his clients worry that the collapse is fading from mind too easily. Letting the public see and touch the massive steel parts that were “twisted like Play-Doh” is vital to preserving the heightened awareness of bridge safety that resulted from the collapse, he said. “Real things tell a thousand words,” Messerly said. “How could you have a better reminder of a failure of our nation’s infrastructure, one of the busiest interstate highways in the state of Minnesota, in a major metropolitan area, falling 70 feet into the Mississippi River?” The National Transportation Safety Board attributed the collapse to a 1960s design flaw

in plates used to connect bridge beams. The plates were half the thickness they should have been. Investigators also concluded that the weight of construction materials was a contributing factor. State historians, and everyone else, have been constrained by litigation. The hulking bridge components were deemed evidence in various investigations and lawsuits. While the victims have settled their complaints, legal disputes involving the state and a bridge design firm remain unresolved. “We can’t do anything until the litigation is over. We’ll figure it out after that,” said Minnesota Department of Transportation spokesman Kevin Gutknecht. Even then, Gutknecht said, the agency isn’t sure where to draw the line. Some victims have requested pieces, as has a school wanting to use them in its civil engineering program. The August 1 anniversary was observed with relatively little ceremony. Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton ordered flags lowered to half-staff. Community leaders and artists planned a gathering near the bridge to reflect on the collapse. Documenting tragedy has long been a challenge for historians, who must decide

how to preserve important remnants without seeming ghoulish. Objects from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have been exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution and elsewhere, including a prominent display at the National Museum of American History just a year after the events. The National September 11 Memorial and Museum, a permanent tribute housed on the World Trade Center site in lower Manhattan, is almost complete after many years of planning, turf battles and construction delays. It will feature survivor narratives, portraits of the dead, rescue vehicles, artifacts mined from the debris and steel beams from the fallen structures themselves. “Building the museum on ground that many consider to be sacred is a tremendous responsibility, and the question of how best to preserve the history of 9/11 has come with many challenges,” Joe Daniels, president and chief executive of the museum, acknowledged on its Web site. In Joplin, Mo., where a monstrous tornado wiped out whole neighborhoods and killed 161 people last year, an independent visual arts gallery has already shown three exhibits on the disaster. One “shoebox proj-

ect” featured a few dozen items found in the rubble or miles away, including a precious family Bible that emerged in remarkable condition despite being pulled from a demolished apartment building. Everything showcased by the Spiva Center for the Arts was handed over voluntarily. “We wondered at the time — particularly at the time we did the first exhibit — if enough time had gone by. We wanted to be very respectful,” recalled Executive Director Jo Mueller. “We didn’t want anyone to feel we were exploiting their stories.” At Joplin’s main museum, officials have been collecting items large and small to illustrate the storm’s force. But Brad Belk, director of the Joplin Museum Complex, said he’s seeking input from the community before deciding on a plan for a permanent exhibit. He has little doubt there will be one. “Regardless of whatever the tragedy is, it can’t be told with just a plaque. That is so hollow,” Belk said. “People’s lives have been changed forever. Some way, somehow, you have to come to grips with that, and you have to explain that to others.”

Wright Express Releases Fuel Consumption Results Wright Express Corporation, a global provider of value-based business payment processing and information management solutions, in collaboration with IHS, a global source of information, insight and analytics, released results of its Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index (FCI), which indicated a decrease of 0.3 percent in April versus its level the previous year. The Wright Express Construction FCI measures national fuel consumption statistics for the construction industry, which provides an accurate and up-to-date indication of construction activity in the United States. “Considering the seasonally-adjusted index grew by 3.9 percent in the previous month, the results of the April 2012 Fuel Consumption Index may be a partial correction to the unusually strong growth in March,” said Michael Dubyak, chairman and chief executive officer of Wright Express. “Meanwhile, recently released information about U.S. construction activity reflects the positive turn.” Wright Express worked with IHS to capture and analyze transaction data from its closed loop network of more than 180,000 fuel and vehicle maintenance locations, including more than 90 percent of the domestic retail fuel locations and

45,000 vehicle maintenance locations. With this data, the Wright Express Construction FCI can be used to identify emerging trends within the construction industry and the national economy. The indicators were tested at monthly, quarterly and annual frequencies, with the greatest insights produced using the year-over-year percent change of the monthly data. For April 2012, the Wright Express Construction FCI reported that fuel consumption by U.S. construction companies decreased by 0.3 percent versus April 2011 and decreased by 2.8 percent versus the previous month. Last month’s Wright Express Construction FCI showed unusually strong growth in March and accurately captured the evident general improvement reflected in the most recent government industry data. Construction spending excluding improvements — a good measure of activity — grew 0.4 percent in March. Total construction putin-place, increased by 0.1 percent in March. Also in March, private residential construction excluding improvements rose 2.9 percent, while private nonresidential spending increased by 0.7 percent. Additionally, the Wright Express Construction FCI showed a similar pattern of volatility in March and April compared with the U.S. Census

Bureau’s recently released statistics on housing permits. The number declined 7.0 percent in April to an annual rate of 715,000, after a revised increase of 8.7 percent in March. IHS Analysis According to the IHS analysis, despite recent gains, the industry's growth has lost some momentum. After three years of depressed construction, the inventory of new housing is beginning to tighten. Similar to February, new home sales continued to decline in March, but inventory continues to shrink. This is good news since builders will have to replenish stocks by ramping up starts once demand rebounds. Although, getting rid of the excess housing supply could be a drawn-out affair. The homeowner vacancy rate measuring the proportion of homes that are vacant and for sale was 2.3 percent at the end of 2011. This vacancy rate is consistent with a glut of about one half of a million houses. At the current pace, eliminating the overhang should take less than two years, but will probably take longer, because it is concentrated in a few high-unemployment states. For more information, visit www.wrightexpress.com/fci.

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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Handler Reach Helps Boost Shredder Productivity By Rick Zettler SPECIAL TO CEG

When Kenny Burgess opened Midwest Scrap Management in St. Joseph, Mo., nearly 40 years ago, even he could not envision the company’s tremendous growth and expansion. What began as a single-man operation in a pickup truck in 1973 has turned into one of the largest scrap operations in the midwest, employing more than 100 people. “It’s been a lot of hard work and long hours,” said Burgess, general manager of Midwest Scrap Management. This strong work ethic and customer service commitment has expanded the operation’s reach to about a 200-mi. radius of its Missouri locations, serving customers in four states. Processing nearly 1,500 tons (1,361 t) of ferrous and 30 tons (27 t) of nonferrous material per day, the company has notable accounts like Harley Davidson Manufacturing, UPS and FedEx. A pivotal event in the company’s historic growth can be attributed to its expansion into the Kansas City market. “Kenny had plans to bring a high capacity shredder to this market,” explained Jay Young, scrap and recycling sales manager of Roadbuilders Machinery and Supply Co. Inc., a Terex Fuchs equipment dealer. “Even though his competition said it couldn’t be done, Kenny had his sights on 59 acres of land ideally suited for a scrap operation.” Finding the Right Solution Before expanding to Kansas City, Midwest Scrap honed its scrap processing and handling practices into a model of efficiency. The St. Joseph branch experimented with different equipment solutions that would allow it to capitalize on the opportunities in the Kansas City market. Initially, the St. Joseph location began shredding #2 material with a small shredder. However, it did not fit the company’s needs, so they got rid of it. After a short hiatus, Midwest Scrap invested in a much larger HS6090, 1,200 hp (894 kW) shredder in 2002. This proved to be the right fit to handle the inflow of vehicles at the St. Joseph yard, and it improved

cash flow. “The income generated by the shredder gave Kenny the necessary capital to add the Kansas City location,” recalled Jim Summers, operations manager of Midwest

wanted to test a variety of handlers from different manufacturers, and Burgess admitted he tried some because he could get a good deal. “Zero percent financing was attractive for

The 69-ft. (21 m) reach of the Terex Fuchs MHL380 D helped to increase shredder throughput by 25 percent and allow handler operators to load three railcars at a time, improving efficiency.

Scrap. The St. Joseph location also ran a series of trials to find the right handler to keep up with its production needs. Unpaved, the yard in St. Joseph made the track-driven Terex Fuchs RHL340 a good solution. “The RHL340 was the first hydraulic crane the company bought,” said Burgess. Midwest Scrap’s RHL340 was purposebuilt to withstand the challenges associated with scrap processing. It gave the operators a machine with a 41-ft. (12.5 m) reach and a maximum lift capacity in excess of 31,000 lb. (14,061 kg). “Performance was good with the RHL340,” said Burgess. Its hydraulically elevated cab design improved loading and unloading efficiency at the yard. A dual-circuit hydraulic system offered fast work cycles and smooth, precise machine handling for operators. Even though the tracked handler delivered solid performance, Midwest Scrap

one make,” he said, “but we were not impressed with the machine’s performance.” In all, Midwest Scrap experimented with three different makes and various handler models at the St. Joseph headquarters to compare performance against the Terex Fuchs handlers and to prepare for expansion into the larger Kansas City market. Burgess saw vast potential in the industrial property that other operations in the region overlooked. “He targeted the old Sheffield Steel/GSTC site,” said Young. “The property sat dormant for years before businesses started renting portions of the land. Kenny purchased 59 acres for the branch location.” With convenient rail and highway access, there was potential for this to be a high volume yard. Midwest Scrap appropriately installed a 350 ton-per-hour (318 t), 7,000 hp (5,218 kW) HS125125 shredder to process the influx materials for its #2 shred. In addition to cars, “the shredder allows us to run up

to 1.5-inch thick skeleton plate and rebar though it,” said Summers. This heavy steel would have otherwise required torch cutting. Today, the vital Kansas City location accepts and processes both ferrous and nonferrous material. The branch supplies #1 and #2 shred, heavy melt, bundles, clips, turnings and non-ferrous products like aluminum and copper to its customers. Since 2006, Midwest Scrap has run more than 1.3 million tons of scrap through its HS125125 shredder. “In 2011, we processed and shipped on average 35,000 tons of scrap material per month, of which 25,000 tons is #2 shred,” said Summers. The company’s final ferrous products are shipped throughout the United States and its non-ferrous goes to both domestic and international customers. The St. Joseph headquarters continues to be a full scrap operation, accepting both ferrous and non-ferrous materials. However, it has become a feeder yard to Kansas City for #2 shred. Non-ferrous material is still accepted, baled and sold through the St. Joseph location. Long Reach, More Efficient Midwest Scrap needed to select the right size and type of material handler to take advantage of the shredder’s capacity and high volume of material flowing into and out of the Kansas City yard. Engine and generator issues with some of the tested competitive handlers signaled an end to experimentation and standardization on one particular brand. “We started with Terex Fuchs,” said Burgess, “and we are back with Terex Fuchs. That says a lot about the handler.” One difference between St. Joseph and Kansas City, Midwest Scrap invested more than $2 million in paving the Kansas City yard with concrete. “Initially, we made the investments for environmental reasons,” said Summers. “However, we have found that the customers like driving on the paved surface better and it has increased traffic into our yard.” It also made the prospect of purchasing Terex Fuchs material handlers on wheels see SHREDDER page 76


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Midwest Scrap Puts Terex Fuchs MHL360 D to Good Use SHREDDER from page 71 “The operator loaded two rail cars at a Terex Fuchs product manager. attractive. Crews could more easily keep the time, but it would take until about 5:30 p.m. The additional 10 ft. (3 m) of reach concrete free of scrap debris, reducing the for him to finish the daily rail car quota,” he improved loading efficiency at the shredder, chance for tire damage. added. especially during the afternoon hours. “It also makes getting from one part of the With the goal of tweaking production effi- Average shredder throughput increased by yard to another a lot easier than with 25 percent to 1,500 tons per day. a track machine,” added Summers. “The extra reach was a huge benInitially, Roadbuilders consulted efit to increase production,” said with Midwest Scrap on handler needs Summers. “We knew it would help, and supplied Terex Fuchs MHL360 but we didn’t realize it would help D material handlers to feed the shredthat much.” der, load rail cars, and offload and It boosted rail car loading efficiensort material from trucks and peddler cy as well. The Terex Fuchs hantraffic. dler’s 69-ft. reach allows the opera“The MHL360s were equivalent in tor to load three rail cars at a time size to the other brands Midwest from a single position, compared to Scrap was using at the time,” said When operations open at the new Park City location, two cars with the MHL360 D. Young. the company will use MHL380s with larger grapples Summers reported they now move The 249 hp (186 kW) MHL360 D for feeding the 6,000 hp (4,472 kW) shredder at the three rail cars into the loading zone at material handlers are equipped with a site. one time. Operators process three boom and stick combination that proadditional cars each day — loading vides a 59-ft. (18 m) reach, 18 ft. (5.5 m) ciency, Burgess met with Young to discuss 20-plus cars per day — while finishing about longer than the company’s original RHL340 options. All signs pointed to the Kansas City 1.5 hours earlier. handlers. This improves loading, sorting and yard requiring a material handler with a In addition to the three MHL360 D hanstacking efficiency. The machine’s double longer reach. dlers working at the St. Joseph yard, row slewing ring design offers reliable perYoung recommended moving up in han- Midwest Scrap operates five MHL360 D formance during working cycles, even when dler size to the Terex Fuchs MHL380 D. and now three MHL380 D handlers in lifting more than 10,000 lb. (4,536 kg) at a “The MHL380 gives operators 17 percent Kansas City. Two of the MHL380s are ded50-ft. (15 m) reach with its one cubic yard more reach and offers a 1.8 cubic yard grap- icated to feeding the shredder and one loads grapple. ple, so this would help them boost produc- rail cars and offloads industrial trucks. The The handlers worked well for the Kansas tivity at the shredder and improve loading MHL360s assist the larger handlers with City location. Yet Summers noticed some efficiency,” said Young. stacking material for the shredder, offloading areas where efficiency could be further The largest and most productive material incoming peddler and industrial material, improved. handler in the Terex Fuchs line, the 366 hp sorting and separating material, and prep“We averaged 1,200 tons per day through (273 kW) MHL380 D delivers a maximum ping material for shipping. the shredder, but we noticed that two-thirds 69-ft. (21 m) reach, allowing operators to of this production would take place in the pick, stack and sort material from a greater first half of the day,” he said. distance without moving. This powerful Supporting equipment stockpiling shred handler features the same double row slewmaterial had a hard time keeping pace with ing ring design as the MHL360 D and nearthe tandem of a high capacity shedder and ly doubles the 50-ft. (15 m) reach lift capacproductive MHL360 D. By the afternoon, ity. the feed piles retreated further away from the “Additionally, it offers a maximum 20shredder, so operators had to move the han- foot operator eye-level and hydraulic fordlers to get feed material. ward extension of the cabin up to 7 feet to Rail car loading efficiency, according to assist with job site visibility, loading and Summers, also could be improved. unloading material,” said Steve Brezinski,

Future Expansion Successes at the St. Joseph and Kansas City locations have resulted in another expansion for Midwest Scrap. In the spring of 2012, the company broke ground on its new Park City (Wichita, Kan.) location, broadening its reach in Kansas to the south and west. Similar to Kansas City, Park City will have a high capacity shredder, highway access and rail access. The shredder will be a slightly smaller, 6,000 hp (4,472 kW) HS98115 with production capacities topping at 200 tph. “The local market consists of more car bodies and less heavy steel, so we did not require a larger shredder,” said Summers. When the operation opens in 2013, Burgess already knows the type and size of Terex Fuchs material handlers that will be used. The lessons learned and production increases achieved in Kansas City has Midwest Scrap sold on the Terex Fuchs MHL380 D. “We’ve experienced the benefits of the larger machines,” concluded Summers. “We will go with the MHL380s in the new yard and equip them with larger grapples for feeding the shredder and smaller ones for offloading trucks and peddler traffic.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

To keep pace with processing needs, Midwest Scrap runs a mixture of Terex Fuchs MHL360 D and MHL380 D handlers.

At the 59-acre Kansas City branch, a 350 tph shredder and multiple Terex Fuchs material handlers allowed the company to process 25,000 tons (22,679 t) per month of #2 shred in 2011.

Midwest Scrap is one of the largest scrap operations in the midwest, serving customers in four states spanning a 200-mi. radius from its Missouri locations.


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Model TJ3258 - Jaw Crusher Designed around the Telsmith 3258 hydraulic jaw crusher, the TJ3258 is specifically designed to deliver high production while processing hard, abrasive stone. With a large crusher gape and width, the 3258 processes larger feed and has greater crushing capacity than competitive models. The 3258 jaw also incorporates unique hydraulic features proven to reduce maintenance and downtime to an absolute minimum: • Hydraulic Adjustment: reduces maintenance through simple, fast push button controls. • Hydraulic Relief: lowers operating costs through tramp metal overload protection. • Hydraulic Chamber Clearing: safely clears the crusher in minutes for increased uptime.

Model TI6060 - Impact Crusher Featuring the heavy duty Telsmith PA6060 Primary Impact Crusher, this plant is engineered for maximum productivity while processing less abrasive quarried stone or concrete recycle. Capable of receiving 40” stone or 58" wide concrete slabs, the PA6060 has proven to be a dependable, low cost producer. Advanced hydraulic features built into the PA6060 reduce maintenance and downtime providing increased production: • Hydraulic Apron Adjustment: reduces maintenance through simple, fast push button controls. • Hydraulic Relief: lowers operating costs through tramp metal overload protection. • Hydraulic Tilt Feed Plate: safely clears bridging in minutes for greater uptime.

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Crushers should operate for decades. With that standard in mind, Telsmith designs, manufactures and services a range of jaw, cone and impact crushers as well as single-deck to quad-deck screens.


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Screening Vet Teague Named Major Wire Territory Mgr. Montreal-based Major Wire Industries Limited has named Jerry Teague as its new territory manager of the south central United States and Puerto Rico. Teague will work directly with Major Wire authorized dealers and aggregate, mining and recycle customers in Arkansas, southern Illinois, eastern Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, eastern Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas (excluding El Paso) and the U.S. Territory of Puerto Rico to provide advanced screening solutions designed to increase screening capacity and throughput. Teague is no stranger to the crushing and screening industry, having served for five years as a G.W. Van Keppel Co. sales specialist for the Missouri aggregate industry and most recently as crushing and screening manager at Custom Truck & Equipment serving customers in Missouri, Kansas and surrounding states. “Jerry has been on the road selling Major Wire’s Flex-Mat 3 & OptimumWire screen media for nearly 10 years as part of our authorized dealer network,” commented Gary Pederson, vice president of sales at Major Wire. “He is very familiar with the industry as well as our company and the benefits of our screen media, making him a valuable asset to our customers in the south

Major Wire Industries Limited has named Jerry Teague as its new territory manager of the south central United States and Puerto Rico. Teague will work directly with Major Wire authorized dealers and aggregate, mining and recycle customers in Arkansas, southern Illinois, eastern Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, eastern Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas (excluding El Paso) and the U.S. Territory of Puerto Rico.

central United States and Puerto Rico.” As Major Wire’s newest territory manager, Teague will offer the company’s revolutionary Flex-Mat 3 tensioned and modular high-performance, self-cleaning screen media technology. Flex-Mat 3’s independently vibrating wires increase product throughput by up to 40 percent over traditional woven wire or polyurethane/rubber panels by increasing open area and eliminating blinding, pegging and clogging. Teague also will recommend Major Wire’s OptimumWire woven wire, which provides up to 40 percent longer wear life when compared to traditional woven wire of the same diameter. Delivering a combination of ductility, hardness and tensile strength, OptimumWire is less susceptible to breaking in high-impact conditions and with highly abrasive materials, so it lasts longer and minimizes labor, maintenance and lost production costs, according to the manufacturer. Teague also will work with Major Wire to conduct on-site screening plant audits for customers at no cost that will clearly identify where and how an operation can produce more material for less cost. For more information, call 417/612-0422 or visit www.majorwire.cc.

Grasan Offers Variety of Portable Inclined Screen Plants Grasan road-portable inclined screen plants are available in standard and custom designs, featuring high mobility, fast setup and long service life with minimum maintenance. Typical materials include crushed concrete and asphalt rubble, crushed stone and gravel, ores, coal, slag, coke and carbon. Normally the only setup procedure is unfolding and blocking the legs. Screen sizes range from compact 5 by 12 ft., 5 by 14 ft. and 6 by 16 ft. to 6, 7 and 8 ft. by 20 ft. (1.5 by 3.6 m, 1.5 by 4.3 m, 1.8 by 4.8 to 1.8, 2 and 2.4 by 6m) models. Larger sizes also are available, such as a high capacity 8 by 24 ft. (2.4 by 7.3 m) plant (1,000 tph [907 t] of 3/8 in. gravel) with self-erecting, all-hydraulic setup by one person. Screens feature thru-bolt construction, replaceable cross members, crowned screen decks, and spring or wedge side tensioning. Feed boxes and discharge chutes have wear liners, and the entire chute assembly removes easily in one piece for maintenance. Plants are mounted on tandem or triple axle trailers for easy highway transportation and are equipped with fold-up support legs, 5th wheel kingpin hitch, dual heavy-duty tires, air brakes, signal lights and mud flaps. Body frames are fabricated with extra heavy, wide flange beams for ruggedness with minimum vibration. There is a walkway on three sides with access ladders and ample room under the discharge for transfer conveyors or radial stackers. Adjustable belt scraper on fines conveyor minimizes cleanup. For more information, call 419/526-4440 or visit www.grasan.com.

Grasan road-portable inclined screen plants are available in standard and custom designs, featuring high mobility, fast setup and long service life with minimum maintenance.


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Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) – Successful Business Grow Here! 2012 EVENTS CALENDAR: Tuesday, August 21st - OPEN HOUSE DAYS AT THE MINNESOTA LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM GRASS COLLECTION (1:00 PM CST – 4:00 PM CST) Thursday, September 13th - CLEAN WATER SUMMIT 2012 – GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CLEAN WATER: THE ESSENTIAL ROLE OF SOIL (8:30 AM CST – 6:00 PM CST) Tuesday, September 18th - OPEN HOUSE DAYS AT THE MINNESOTA LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM GRASS COLLECTION (3:00 PM CST – 6:00 PM CST) Wednesday, September 19th - MNLA SHOOTOUT (ALL DAY) Wednesday, October 3rd - ISA CERTIFIED ARBORIST, UTILITY SPECIALIST, and MUNICIPAL SPECIALIST EXAM (12:00 PM EST – 5:00 PM EST) Wednesday, October 10th - OPEN HOUSE DAYS AT THE MINNESOTA LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM GRASS COLLECTION (1:00 PM CST – 6:00 PM CST) October 24th thru October 26th – GIE & EXPO 2012 October 24th thru October 26th – 2012 HARDSCAPE NORTH AMERICA November 2th thru November 6th – 2012 IRRIGATION SHOW & EDUCATION CONFERENCE November 8th thru November 10th – TCI EXPO 2012 in BALTIMORE November 16th – 9:00 AM CST – 3:30 PM CST –PESTICIDE RECERTIFICATION January 8, 2013 – 8:00 AM CST – 5:00 PM CST – SUPER TUESDAY: PERMEABLE PAVER SYSTEMS CERTIFICATE COURSE January 8, 2013 – 8:00 AM CST – 5:00 PM CST – SUPER TUESDAY: LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION TROUBLESHOOTING (PLT RELICENSURE) ***Please contact MNLA at mnla@mnla.biz or telephone toll free: 888-886-6652 for more information. NTEA Truck Product Conference – September 11 to 13, 2012 Get a sneak preview of products offered by leading chassis manufacturers at the NTEA’s New Model Truck Product Conference, September 11 to 13, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn (Dearborn, MI). This event offers the chance to view the newest truck and chassis product offerings, and speak directly to OEM engineers on important issues affecting your business. . Register now – Early Bird registration discounts end on Friday, August 24th . Book your hotel - Special NTEA group rates are available through Sales, marketing and planning professionals: gain strategic insights, tools and resources from the NTEA’s Business and Market Planning Summit, September 10, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn, Dearborn, MI. You will learn about the economic issues affecting the industry and your firm, and gain information essential for the development of your business and market plans. American Subcontractors Association – Midwest Council The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest Council is a

construction trade association made up of quality specialty contractors and suppliers serving the construction industry and the community in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area and southern Illinois. The ASA Midwest Council’s purpose is to improve the construction process through active participation in education, legislation and cooperation. The ASA Midwest Council has been named “Chapter of the Year” by the American Subcontractors Association five out of the last seven years. For more information about the ASA Midwest Council, visit www.asamidwest.com or contact Susan Winkelmann at 314-845-0855. ASA Midwest Council – Voice of the Midwest Subcontractor. AGC of AMERICA is pleased to offer a wide variety of meetings, events and seminars for construction professionals that can help you improve every aspect of your business. AGC OF MINNESOTA Monday, August 27th – Fundraiser. AGC of Minnesota presents the 13th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser at Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake…whether you shoot for competition or fun! …whether you shoot for competition or fun, join us for the 13th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser on Monday, August 27, at Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake. Participate in the Sporting Clays Trifecta and you’ll have a chance to win a $500 Gander Mountain gift card. You will also be entered into a drawing to have a K-9 body armor dog vest donated to the St. Paul Police K-9 unit in your name. The Trifecta is a partnership between the Builders Exchange of St. Paul, the St. Paul Police K-9 Foundation, and AGC of Minnesota. Please contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director of Communications & Events, Associated General Contractors of Minnesota at 651/796-2186 (direct); 612/201-5501 (cell); 651/6328928 (fax); 800/552-7670 (toll free). Coming!!! OCTOBER 4th!!! – DON’T MISS THIS EVENT! The University of Minnesota’s 2012 Construction Expo will be Thursday, October 4, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. If you do business with the U or want to do business with U, it’s a great opportunity! Build America Award Application Available The 2013 AGC/Alliant Build America competition is open to general contractors and specialty contractors who are current members of an AGC chapter working as prime contractors for projects completed between November 1, 2011 and November 1, 2012. Member companies can visit http://awards.agc.org/ to begin a project entry. (Please note that this is a newly developed site and will be continually updated throughout the duration of the awards season. Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation.) The final deadline for all submissions is Friday, November 2, at 5:00 pm EST. Winners will be announced at AGC’s 94th Annual Convention in Palm Springs, California next March.

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Greenbriar Hills Country Club Registration: 11:15 AM Lunch: 11:45 AM Speaker: 12:15 PM Adjourn: 1:15 PM Cost is $35 for AGC of St. Louis Members, $70 for non-Members Inside Insight is an AGC of St. Louis quarterly speaker series designed to give you just that – the INSIDE INSIGHT on public policy issues. Ann Wagner, Candidate for the United States Congress will be presenting at this luncheon. Ann will be discussing her goals should she win the Congressional election, including small business issues, regulatory issues, transportation reauthorization, water quality issues, and job creation. Please register by Friday, August 17th. Reservations cancelled after this date will be billed. If you have questions, please call the AGC of St. Louis office at 314/781-2356. SAVE THE DATE!!! 2nd Annual AGC of ST. LOUIS BIM EXPO is THURSDAY, AUGUST 23rd from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM at Washington University in St. Louis. Coming off a successful inaugural event in 2011 with close to 150 attendees, the AGC of St. Louis BIM Expo Advisory Committee has begun planning for our 2012 EXPO. This year’s event will be held at Washington University in St. Louis on Thursday, August 23rd, and is sure to be bigger and better! The AGC of St. Louis is now accepting proposals for a limited number of speaking opportunities. For more information, please contact Joanne Engel at jengel@stl-cts.org.

***HAVE you UPDATED your AGC DIRECTORY LISTINGS? Are they upto-date? Does your company profile show why you are better than your competition? Listed all your branches? All members have received AGC of Minnesota directory update information – company profile/personnel update, advertising opportunities, and updating up to five company specialties. Unsure if your company information has been updated? Contact Jane Sanem to check by email at isanem@agcmn.org or 651/796-2187. Advertising space is still available and reasonable! ***THROUGH ITS ON-LINE BOOKSTORE, AGC OF AMERICA offers monthly featured products, available at a discount to AGC members. A link to the bookstore is available through our home page, www.agcmn.org.

*** For more information on the above AGC of Minnesota events, you may contact Denise Woods,CMP; Director, Communications & Events, Associates General Contractors of Minnesota, 525 Park Street, #110, St. Paul, MN 55103 DIRECT: 651/796-2186; CELL: 612/201-5501; FAX: 651/632-8928; TOLL FREE: 800/552-7670 and/or www.agcmn.org.

Georgia Utility Contractors Association, Inc. 2012 3rd Quarter Safety Training Schedule Topics Include: . Competent Person Excavation . Confined Space Entry Program . Damage Prevention/GUFPA Law/PSC . ISEE Blasting Certification . Temporary Utility Workzone Traffic Control . NPDES Level 1A Course and Exam* . NPDES Level 1A Recertification Course* . NPDES Level 1B Course and Exam* . GDOT Approved Flagging Program . GDOT Approved Flagging Instructor Program

AGC OF ST LOUIS FALL INSIDE INSIGHT LUNCHEON held on Wednesday, August 22nd at

*No Checks accepted less than 5 days prior to class date payment reserves the seat for class – we do not save seats. For more information

on the above classes which include dates/locations/costs, please contact Scott Brumbelow, Assistant Executive Director, GUCA, 404/362-9995. GUCA 804 Main Street, Suite C, Forest Park, GA 30297 404/362-9995, 877/SAF-GUCA, Fax: 404/362-9211 www.guca.com HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT, Piscataway, NJ – NCCCO Class Schedule – NCCCO Mobile Crane Certification Dates Available Written Exam Prep (must pre-register August 20 - 24 At least 2 weeks prior to class) October 15 – 19 Mobile Crane Practical Exam Practice Call To Schedule Must Schedule NCCCO Mobile Crane Certification Call To Schedule Practical Exam – Must Schedule For More Information or to Register, Call Nancy DeCarr 800-4-HOFFMAN www.hoffmanequip.com New Jersey Corporate Headquarters Hoffman Equipment 300 South Randolphville Road Piscataway, NJ 08854

2012 FLORIDA Contractor Associations Meetings Postings: New Installations: Wednesday, October 10th and Tuesday, December 4th NASTT’s mission is to advance trenchless technology and to promote its benefits for the public and the environment by increasing awareness and knowledge through information dissemination; research and development; education and training; and partnerships with organizations and agencies interested in trenchless technology and its benefits. NASTT provides a representative voice for all sectors of the trenchless technology industry. For more information about NASTT and the variety of training opportunities provided, please visit www.nastt.org or contact Michelle Hill, Communications & Training Manager at 440/638-4676 or mhill@nastt.org. HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION 2012 HCEA International Convention & Old Equipment Exposition September 14-16, 2012, National Construction Equipment Museum, Bowling Green, Ohio FEATURING CATEPILLAR! Equipment of all vintages built or powered by Caterpillar will be featured. Stationary and operational equipment in any condition is welcome. Bring your equipment and have some fun, because we have a lot of digging, dozing, loading, shoveling, hauling and scraping work to do. Come watch and participate in the 27th Annual Convention of the Historical Construction Equipment Association! ACMOC ANNUAL NATIONAL SHOW: Also hosting the Antique Caterpillar Machinery Owners Club Annual National Show. Featuring many finely restored Caterpillar machines on

static display and in action! Show Hours: Friday, September 14th – 9:00 AM to Dusk Saturday, September 15th – 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Sunday, September 16th – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Location: National Construction Equipment Museum, Bowling Green, OHIO HCEA/ACMOC Banquet: Saturday, September 15th – Social Hour at 6:00 PM; Dinner at 7:00 PM $30.00 for Adults; $15.00 for age 12 and under. Order tickets through the HCEA office at 419/352-5616. First come, first served – seating is limited to 250. FOR MORE INFORMATION: CALL THE HCEA: 419/352-5616. Association of Equipment Manufacturers W. Washington Street, Suite 2400, Milwaukee, WI 53214 414/272-0943 AEM Education Team presents a Customer Support Council Seminar “Change, Challenge, Growth” September 17 – 19, 2012 Sheraton City Centre, Indianapolis, IN Join us for a reception and tour of Lucas Oil Stadium. You saw it all over television during Super Bowl XLVI, now come and see Lucas Oil Stadium in person while networking with your peers. You will enjoy a private group reception in the Quarterback Suite located on the upper suite level. With amazing views of the field and a private tour of the stadium, you will have an all-access pass to great NFL accommodations and networking at the same time. The reception will be held Tuesday evening, September 18. There is no additional fee, but registration is required. IEDA (Independent Equipment Dealers Association) – The Independent Equipment Dealers Association is happy to announce that Great American Insurance Group has joined the Association, effective June 1, 2012. The IEDA Board of Directors has accepted Great American, a provider of equipment finance insurance solutions, as an IEDA member. Please welcome Great American Insurance Group as a new IEDA member, and take a moment to introduce yourself to Great American’s representative, Brent Fox, at our mid-year meeting in Las Vegas, September 25 – 27, 2012. IEDA LAS VEGAS MEET & GREET – Nine Fine Irishmen Pub, Las Vegas 5 PM to 7 PM. BY INVITATION ONLY IEDA MID-YEAR MEETING – LAS VEGAS Wednesday, September 26th – 8 AM to 3 PM, NY NY LAS VEGAS HOTEL & CASINO IEDA Go-KART TOURNAMENT Wednesday, September 26th - 4:30 PM First Lap Indoor Kart Racing, Las Vegas QUESTIONS? Please contact Kristen Williams, Executive Director, IEDA, Victor, NY, Office: 585/869-9002, Toll Free: 888/379-0353, Email: kristen@iedagroup.com


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QuICk ConnECt for 305 Cat EXCavator conTacT: JaKe derr pHone: 609-868-8759 FaX: 856-845-5012 emaIl: derrandson@YaHoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Cat motor GradErs • nEEd to buY thE foLLoWInG Cat motor GradErs: 140G (1989, 1994, 1995, WIth rIppEr) 140h (2000-2002) 14G/h (1972 up) conTacT: aImn BlBol pHone: +971504814823 FaX: +97165355291 emaIl: sale@alWaFaequIpmenT.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– **WantEd** bobCat skId stEEr LoadErs and mInI EXCavators | am IntErEstEd In buYInG bobCats LoCatEd In thE s.E. unItEd statEs. prEfEr LarGE framE maChInEs s320, s300, s250, t320, t300, t250. prEfErEnCE GIvEn "GoLd paCkaGE" maChInEs but anY sIZE bobCat WILL bE ConsIdErEd. pLEasE sEnd rECEnt photoGraph and askInG prICE. dEaLErs nEEd not rEspond. conTacT: Warren emaIl: TWopeTIes@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Wood ChIppEr conTacT: scoTT pHone: 516-509-0335 FaX: 631-998-3897 emaIl: landZIGn1@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LookInG for usEd strEEtprInt InfrarEd hEatErs, strEEt hEat thEY arE CaLLEd conTacT: paul polITo pHone: 1-520-292-1125 emaIl: paul@TucsonaspHalT.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WhEEL LoadErs | LookInG to purChasE thE foLLoWInG CatErpILLar WhEEL LoadErs. 930 (1978-1986) 936 (1984-1992) 938G (around YEar 2005) 950b/E/G (1984 up, fuLL stEErInG) 966C/d/E/f-II/G (1979 up, fuLL stEErInG) 980C/f (1988 up) conTacT: aImn BlBol pHone: +971504814823 FaX: +97165355291 emaIl:sale@alWaFaequIpmenT.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– transmIssIon assEmbLY | WE arE LookInG for a transmIssIon assEmbLY suItabLE thE foLLoWInG mItsubIshI 330 motor GradEr. thE InformatIon avaILabLE for thE motor GradEr Is as undEr. sErIaL # of GradEr mG003231, EnGInE sErIaL # 75761, maChInE # 3Qa00515, transmIssIon # 60325 - 80111, modEL 3-5-93 conTacT: anIs sHerWanI pHone: +923214696007 FaX: +92 42 35887118 emaIl: asHerWanI@sascom.pK –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– mInI EXCavator | smaLL mInI EXCavator for pErsonaL usE at homE not for busInEss conTacT: TIm HaWKIns emaIl: darTIm76@YaHoo.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

spECIaLLY CatErpILLar manuaL WhEEL LoadEr | rEGuLar rEQuIrEmEnt of mEntIonEd maChInEs. (WE buY for our oWn stoCk tImE to tImE) markEt mEEt maChInErY: Cat 910, 920, 930, 950, 950b, E & 966d, E and 966f. Cat GradEr 140G s/n:10, 000 up. dYnapaC roLLErs Ca251d, Ca262d, Ca301d [pad foot tYpE aLso Works] JCb tELE handLEr 550 YEar 1999~2005 hItaChI EXCavator EX200-1, EX100Wd-1, EX60Wd-1, uh07-7, uh083 komatsu EXCavator pC 200-6, -7. conTacT: IKram KHan pHone: +923002831078 emaIl: IuKandco@GmaIl.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– baCkhoE attaChmEnt for Jd 401d traCtor. J d modEL # for hoE Is 9250a conTacT: marK BeYer pHone: 707 538 0413 emaIl: GammYraY@sonIc.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LookInG for d10n or d10r WIth bad or no EnGInE. conTacT: J. r. WallIn pHone: 281-844-8489 FaX: 979-921-0020 emaIl: WaleXcserV@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– komatsu br380 JG1 traCk JaW CrushEr | LatE modEL, LoW hour, Work rEadY. usa LoCatIon conTacT: rIcHard pHone: 603 828-6100 emaIl: cmIsold@comcasT.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 325, 330, CL, bL | I nEEd doZEr d7G, d8k, d6h, d6r WIth rIppErs I nEEd Lot of othEr EQuIpmEnt, pLEasE EmaIL mE CompLEtE LIst conTacT: IsmaIl usman pHone: 4094541576 emaIl: IsraequIpmenT@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– doZEr | 5 unIts d5b doZErs, Cab or orop, 5 unIts oLd 930 WhEEL LoadErs, 2 X 730 truCks up to 10,000 hours. conTacT: JeFF WIllIson pHone: 918-449-1966 emaIl: JeFFWequIpco@TulsacoXmaIl.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I havE Lots of sparE parts In stoCk that I Want to sELL at a vErY affordabLE and nEGotIabLE prICE. thErE arE so manY that I Can’t LIst thEm aLL. GEt baCk to mE WIth a LIst of othEr parts You’LL nEEd. conTacT: KHalId emaIl:raKeemKHalId777@YaHoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1985 mELroE bobCat 843 | I nEEd thE EnGInE hEad for a pErkIns motor. conTacT: JaVIer pHone: (541)740-4487 emaIl: JaVIer@mIllerTImBer.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

nEEd aLL thE tImE 12 months buLLdoZEr d3 at d10 LoW hours usEr EnC Cab conTacT: Jean maurIce BouTIn pHone: 1 450 346 8975 emaIl: JeanmaurIceBouTIn @BulldoZerJm.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 420 LEEboY pnEumatIC tIrE roLLEr | Good usEd roLLEr conTacT: James mann pHone: 1-404-273-9425 FaX: 1-770-306-2962 emaIl: James2525@msn.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WhEEL LoadErs & GradErs | WE arE LookInG to purChasE CatErpILLar WhEEL LoadErs & GradErs and kaWasakI WhEEL LoadErs. maChInEs must bE Good LookInG and In WorkInG CondItIon prEfErrEd WIth orIGInaL paInt. pLEasE offEr mE What You havE WIth bunCh of pICturEs, YEar modEL, sErIaL numbEr, maChInE CondItIon and fInaL offEr prICE. conTacT: aImn BlBol pHone: +971504814823 FaX: +97165355291 emaIl: sale@alWaFaequIpmenT.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Cat 910, 920, 930, 950, 950b, E & 966d, E and 966f | WE havE thE foLLoWInG usEd and nEW CatErpILLars In our storE. conTacT: JosepH dIeGo pHone: +2348067382823 emaIl: JosepHdIeGo92@YaHoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EQuIpmEnt manuaLs | WE arE LookInG to purChasE nEW or usEd sErvICE, shop, parts, opErator’s or othEr manuaLs for EQuIpmEnt, truCks and vEhICLEs of aLL sorts. WE prEfEr In buLk. WE WILL purChasE In anY usEabLE CondItIon In anY amount You havE. conTacT: Grace Frances pHone: 270-849-2270 emaIl: TrIToWn1@msn.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– parts | Cat 312 InspECtIon door, rIGht sIdE, pump sIdE conTacT: Tom pHone: 860 585 7143 emaIl: Tom@ludloWllc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– saftY door for 1840 CasE skIdstEEr conTacT: roland danIels FaX: 410-755-6326 emaIl: HucK16@VerIZon.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CatErpILLEr 963 LoadEr | 963C LoadEr In va. conTacT: leonard emaIl: lepX4@comcasT.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– komatsu br380 JG1 traCk JaW CrushEr | LatE modEL, LoW hour, usa LoCatIon conTacT: rIcHard pHone: 603 828-6100 emaIl: cmIsold@comcasT.neT ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

rEQuIrEd usEd maChInEs to Iuk & Co | rEGuLar rEQuIrEmEnt of mEntIonEd maChInEs. (WE buY for our oWn stoCk tImE to tImE) markEt mEEt maChInErY: Cat 910, 920, 930, 950, 950b, E & 966d, E and 966f. Cat GradEr 140G s/n:10, 000 up. dYnapaC roLLErs Ca251d, Ca262d, Ca301d [pad foot tYpE aLso Works] JCb tELE handLEr 550 YEar 1999~2005 hItaChI EXCavator EX200-1, EX100Wd-1, EX60Wd-1, uh077, uh083 komatsu EXCavator pC 200-6, -7. If avaILabLE anY tImE ContaCt mE. WWW.IukCo.Com conTacT: IKram KHan pHone: +92-300-2831078 emaIl: IuKandco@GmaIl.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– tELEsCopIC forkLIft (for masonrY) | nEEd to rEaCh up to 45 to 50 fEEt. mostLY to LIft Cmu bLoCks.WE havE a 2001 580m - 4 WhEEL drIvE CasE baCkhoE that Is for saLE or tradE. In Good CondItIon. conTacT: Vassan emaIl: Walls4u@GmaIl.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE nEEd thE foLLoWInG hItaChI EXCavators EX200, EX400, EX100Wd.offEr us & kIndLY sEnd us dEtaIL, photos & offEr Good prICE. conTacT: naqIB KHan pHone: +92-333-3298751 emaIl: naqIB_KHan73@YaHoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– aCtIvELY sEEkInG vIbratorY hYdrauLIC pILE hammErs manufaCturEd bY ICE, mkt or apE. Your bEst optIon to sELL Your surpLus pILE hammErs for QuICk Cash. sEnd EmaIL WIth pICturEs and modEL InformatIon of Your surpLus EQuIpmEnt. conTacT: JeFF laWson pHone: 864-542-4369 emaIl: JlaWson29321@cHarTer.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EXCavator and doZEr | EXCavator kobELCo (115srdZ or 160) CasE (130 or 160) komatsu (160) must havE LoW hrs. doZEr komatsu (d30EX21 or 22)EtC CasE (CasE 850 k or L) WIth Cab and aIr ) LoW hrs conTacT: GeorGe Keener emaIl: Geo1@WIndsTream.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– nEEd ImmEdIatELY: maCk 2004 – 2010 trI-aXLE, stEEL bodY dump truCks – sErvICE rECords arE a must. conTacT: andY pHone: 215-519-3016 emaIl: andY@penndelequIpmenT.com. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 20 ton EXCavator LoW hours, hYdrauLIC thumb conTacT: JIm BerGeron emaIl: TYmWlTl@GmaIl.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

tELEX dumpEr | tELEX conTacT: pHIl sTeWarT pHone: 917 5192306 FaX: 917 5192306 emaIl: pHIl.sTeWarT2@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CraWLEr LoadEr, WhEEL LoadErs | WE arE LookInG to purChasE CatErpILLar CraWLEr LoadEr WIth rIppEr, buCkEt WIth tEEth.aLso Cat966, 980 oLdEr modELs. maChInEs must bE LookInG and In WorkInG CondItIon. conTacT: maTT pHone: 1 800 660 5453 FaX: 415 455 9945 emaIl: mosIuHWu123@YaHoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CasE 580 LoadEr baCkhoEs E k sk L sL m sms conTacT: FranK Horan pHone: 800-654-used (8733) eXT. 1230 FaX: 732-780-3618 emaIl: FHoran@TrIcoequIpmenT.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 90 horsEpoWEr usEd kubota mtr for a 2002 bobCat 863 conTacT: paul Turner pHone: 575-519-0698 emaIl: manosdeFIerros@GmaIl.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– nEEd buLLdoZEr komatsu 275 and 475 WIth bLadE u doZEr onLY usa usEr conTacT: Jean maurIce BouTIn pHone: 1 450 346 8975 emaIl: JeanmaurIceBouTIn @BulldoZerJm.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– prICE on nEW 235 takEuChI mInI EX conTacT: Tom pHone: 724 929-3257 emaIl: TTomInello@comcasT.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LookInG for a takE out EnGInE or a bLoCk and Crank for a Cat mItsubIshI 3044C-t out of a 277b Cat skId stEEr. conTacT: sHane scHrenK pHone: 208-308-3038 FaX: 208-735-9992 emaIl: JlscHrenK@HoTmaIl.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– nEEd buY 3 WhEEL LoadErs voLvo L180f/G YEars from 2008 to 2010, sEnd rEport CondItIon, tIrEs CondItIon, buCkEt tYpE and CapaCItY, hours Work, and Your bEst EXport prICE WIth thE maChInE movInG to thE port for EXport conTacT: rolando FernandeZ pHone: 203-265-3382 emaIl: sudWorld@sudWorldBusIness.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ImpaCt CrushEr 39" rotor barE unIt | barE ImpaCt CrushEr or a rotor WIth bEarInG WE Can modIfY If nEEdEd ovEraLL LEnGth app. 60" rotor 39" conTacT: Ken FInlon pHone: 7703300860 emaIl: KennYFInlon@GmaIl.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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VERY LARGE AUCTION! PHASE 1 OF MAJOR 3 DAY 1/2 FINAL PHASE LIQUIDATION

Bell Land Development

AUCTION

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS, TRAILERS & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. PLUS OVER 1500 LOTS OF LIKE NEW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT FROM THE LARGEST DISTRIBUTOR IN THE WORLD

RACINE, (STURTEVANT),

WISCONSIN

COMPLETE LIQUIDATION CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, DUMP TRUCKS, PICKUPS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & ATTACHMENTS & BARGES & RENTAL RETURNS

A.P. Reale & Sons Construction, Inc.

AUCTION

LEXINGTON, (RICHMOND),

KENTUCKY

NOTE: Bell Land Development, a fine, long established company is now selling half of the equipment after having partially

NOTE: Selling in this 3 Day sale will be Phase 1 items for a secured Auction along with late model rental fleet equipment.

HILITES: ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: Volvo A35C, 11 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 330CL, Cat

HILITES INCLUDE: 3 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: 2005-2004 Volvo A25D,

completed their last major job. Also selling: 1500 lots of new and like new support equipment from one of the largest distributors in the world.

320CL, Cat 320BL, Cat 315CL, 2004 Cat 312CLC, Cat 307, Unused Kobelco SK210LC, 2003 Komatsu PC400LC, Hitachi EX330LC-5, NH EC130LC, 2005 JD 9520E, LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: Kobelco SK250LR, ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: P&H (4x4), MOTOR GRADERS: Galion T500A, 2 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (2) Terex TS14B, 10 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 980B, Cat 980, 2009 Cat 924HZ, 2009 Cat 924HZ, 2007 Case 821E, 2005Case 621D, JD 644G, 2004 Komatsu WA180D-3, Komatsu WA50, Fiat Allis 545E, 8 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D6MXL, 2009 Cat D5KLGP, 2007 Cat D5GLGP (cab), 2006 Cat D5GLGP, Cat D4C, Cat D3C (hystat), 8 CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 963B, Cat 963, Cat 963, 2005 Cat 953C, Cat 953C, Cat 939, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2008 Cat 420E (4x4), 2006 Cat 420E (4x4), 2 SOIL COMPACTORS: Cat 815F (cab), Cat 815B, 3 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CS563D w/ blade, Cat CS563, Cat CP563E, 3 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2004 Cat 287B, (2) 2007 Cat 247B (cab), 4 SKID STEERS: 2010-2007 Cat 256C, 2005 Cat 248B (VTS), 2003 Cat 246, 4 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2007 Genie GTH844, 2005 Mustang TH944, 2006 Mustang TH844, 2006 Mustang TH642, 6 GENERATORS: 2005 Kohler 750kw, 2005 Multiquip 750R9ZD, 2005 Multiquip D600FRY, Multiquip 600DS4, 2004 Katolight 600kw, Katolight 600kw, 3 PULLING TRACTORS: 2005 JD 9520E, Steiger Bearcat III AT220 (4x4), Steiger Bearcat II (4x4), AG TRACTORS: JD 9400, VAN TRUCK: 1984 Ford F7000 (s/a), 4 WATER TRUCKS: Mack DMM658S (t/a), IH (t/a, new tank), 1999 Sterling (s/a, new tank), 1990 Ford Louisville (s/a), FLATBED TRUCKS: 2006 Ford F450, DUMP TRUCK: 1994 Peterbilt 378 (tri.), 7 TRUCK TRACTORS: (4) 2007 Kenworth T800 (t/a), Kenworth (t/a), 2004 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 2000 Western Star (tri.), UTILITY TRUCK: 2006 Ford F550, PICKUPS: 2005 Ford F250XLT (4x4), DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2006 Trailking TK110 (55T, air-ride), 2 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2006 Trailking TK70HT (winch, hydr. beavertail), 2002 Trailking TK70HT (winch, hydr. beavertail), DUMP TRAILER: Trailmobile, 2 FLATBED TRAILERS: (2) Trailmobile (t/a), REEFER TRAILER: 2005 Utility VS2RA 53ft. (t/a), DUMP BODIES: Swenson 6.5ft. Insert, 4 CAMPERS: (2) Unused R Vision Mini Park Model 32SK, (2) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK, RECREATIONAL/UTILITY VEHICLES: 2006 Clubcar XRT900, SNOWMOBILES: Polaris S06MP6FSB 600 H.O. Fusion, STONE BOX: 7 Yard, ROAD PLATES: 7 1/2ft. x 10ft. steel, HEATING EQUIPMENT: (2) 2004 Hang On 130kw Heaters,(6) 2003 60kw Heaters, (8) 2005 Fostoria 15kw Heaters, (6) 2009 Val InfraRed Heaters, 2005 Heat Wagon Thaw Devil Heater, (2) 2006 60,000btu Heaters, FUEL TANKS: 2007-2006 1000gal., ATTACHMENTS:Skid Steers: New 60in. -78in. Smooth- Stump- Rock - Mulch Buckets, New Mount Plates, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:New Easy Kleen Magnum Electric 3000psi Pressure Washer, (2) Electric Water Pumps, Tru-test KF-18 High Test Pump, Bucket of Pumps, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Water Hose, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Mustang Rammer, Hose Reels, Porta Powers, Multi Hitches, Water Pump, Demo Saws, Electric Welder, Sullair Air Compressor Trailer Kits, Shop Vac, PLUS OVER 1500 LOTS OF LIKE NEW SUPPORT FROM THE LARGEST DISTRIBUTOR IN NORTH AMERICA INCLUDING: Carpet Cleaners, Generators, Air Compressors, Sockets, Tree Pruners, Jacks, Deck Sprayers, Furniture Movers, String Trimmers, Battery Chargers, Grinders, Screwdrivers, Gas Blowers, Homelite Weed Wackers, Roofing Nailers, Chainsaws, Cut Off Saws, Tape Measures, Impact Wrenches, Hammer Drills, Rigid Shop Vacs, Rigid Miter Saws, Tile Saws, Recreational Vehicles, Lawn Mowers, Toro 17in. Trimmers, Titan Extension Ladder, Wagner Paint Sprayers, Belt Sanders, Black & Decker Shop Vacs, Measuring Tapes, Ryobi Rollers, Air Hose, Floor Jacks, Power Steamer, Diamond Blades, Jumping Jacks.

Address: 1755 S. E. Frontage Road, Sturtevant, WI 53177.

DIRECTIONS: From General Mitchell Int’l Airport in Milwaukee: (approx. 20 min.), take I-94S to Exit 333, Hwy 20. Proceed to East Frontage Rd., go South to auction site on left. From Chicago O’Hare Field: (approx. 45 min.), take I-294 N to I-94 N. Proceed to Exit 333, Hwy 20E, continue to East Frontage Road.

SITE PHONE: 262-886-2778, (262) 903-6269, SITE FAX: 262-886-2369 REGISTERED WI AUCTION FIRM: #223-053 Alex Lyon & Son, Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc. REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER: #1878-052 Jack Lyon

SAT., AUGUST 18 @ 9:00 AM (EARLY START!)

Cat D400, SOIL COMPACTORS: 2006 Cat 815F, 10 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2004 Volvo EC240BLC, 2004 Cat 322 CLLR, 2005 Cat 305CR, 2006 JD 27CZTS, (2) 2006-2005 Takeuchi TB135, 2005 Bobcat 430ZHS, Linkbelt 3400Q, Linkbelt LS2800Q, LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: 2004 Cat 322CLR, RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2005 Volvo L90E, 2 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D8R, Komatsu D65E-6, 8 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (2) 2005 Cat 430D (4x4), 2004 Cat 420D (4x4), 2006 Cat 420E (4x4), (2) Cat 416C, Cat 416B (4x4), Case 580 Super M-II (4x4), 4 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CS563D, 2004 Cat CP433E, 2007 IR SD122F, RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEER: 2006 Bobcat T190, 2 SKID STEERS: 2010 Cat 226B-III, Bobcat S185, GENERATORS: 2004 Multiquip DCA70US, 2 WELDERS: Lincoln 225, Lincoln, DRILLING EQUIPMENT: ReedDrill 300, 3 AGRICULTURAL TRACTORS: 2010 JD 5225, JD 7400, JD 2950, BOOM TRUCKS: 1992 GMC Topkick (s/a), 4 WATER TRUCKS: 2003 Sterling (t/a), 2002 Sterling (s/a), 1995 Peterbilt 377 (t/a), Mack CH613 (t/a), 2 SWEEPERS: Broce RC350, Broce, 3 DUMP TRUCKS: 1993 Ford L8000 (t/a), 1991 Chevy Kodiak (s/a), 1989 Kenworth T800 (t/a), TRUCK TRACTORS: 2000 Mack RD688S (t/a), STAKE TRUCKS: 2004 Ford F350, CLASSIC VEHICLES: 1967 Chevy Corvette Coupe, 1994 Mercedes SL600 Convertible, 1974 Bricklin SV-1, UTILITY VEHICLES: Bobcat 5600 (4x4), DEMO TRAILER: Montone 30ft. (t/a), DROP DECK TRAILER: 2000 Trailking TK70HT 35 Ton (t/a), EQUIPMENT TRAILER: 2002 Landoll (t/a), PLUS MUCH MORE INCLUDING ROLLERS, AIR COMPRESSORS, LIGHT PLANTS, GENERATORS, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 60in. -78in. Smooth- Stump- Rock - Mulch Buckets, New Mount Plates, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, SUPPORT & ACCESSORIES: New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Water Hose, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Mustang Rammer, Hose Reels, Porta Powers, New Smartquip Plate Compactor, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, MBW Plate Compactors, Multiquip Plate Compactors, New Mustang CV3500 Concrete Vibrator, 2 gal. Rockworth Air Compressor, Paint Tank, Multiquip Power Trowels, Multiquip Rammer, Ryan Sod Cutter, Air Compressors, Tile Saws, Concrete Saws, Multiquip Diaphragm Pumps, Multiquip Jumping Jack Tampers.

Address: 3277 Lexington Road Richmond, KY 40475-9144. DIRECTIONS: from Lexington: Interstate-75 South for 6.7 miles, exit 95: site is right off exit on West side of highway. SALE SITE PHONE: (863) 602-8365 KY AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: NP01916 / AUCTIONEER: Jack Lyon.

FRI., AUGUST 24 @ 10:00 AM

ALEX

LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

www.lyonauction.com corporate offices: Bridgeport, NY Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-5635 www.lyonauctionlive.com


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• Louisville, KY August21,2012 • Houston, TX August22-23,2012 • Northeast, MD August28,2012 • Gillette, WY August30,2012 • Phoenix, AZ September6,2012 • Louisville, KY September6,2012 • Kansas City, MO September6,2012

DAVIS AUCTIONS www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087 • Prospect, CT October13,2012 For:Construction Equipment • Prospect, CT December8,2012 For:Construction Equipment

FAHEY SALES AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS www.faheysales.com 952-873-2555 • Lathrop, MO Sat.,August25,2012 For:MidCountry EquipmentConsignment Auction • Online Only ClosesSeptember24, 2012 For:Equipment ConsignmentAuction GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP www.gforceauction.com 877-631-0650 • Woodbine, MD Sat.,August25,2012 For:Construction Equipment&Trucks • Thurmont, MD Sat.,September1,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Tools HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINEAUCTIONS Gotowww.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • ONLINE ONLY August22,2012 For:Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY August23,2012 For:Construction Equipment ITL AUCTIONEERING www.itlauctions.us 508-824-3262 • ONLINE ONLY Sat.,September15,2012 For:Consignments Wanted MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 • Brooklyn, MS Sat.August25,2012 For:Constructionand FarmEquipment

• SEALED BID AUCTION MEEKINS AUCTION Deadline:Tues.,August28 COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com –5PM 800-499-6560 For:MaximCraneWorks • Lumberton, NC • Presto, PA Tues.,September25, Thurs.,August23,2012 2012 For:CompleteLiquidation For:AnnualFall Snow&IceManagement Contractor’sAuction Co. • New Kensington, PA Thurs.,August27,2012 For:CompleteLiquidation LinesUtilityContracting Inc.

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200

IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230

• Lunenburg, MA Sat.,September15,2012 For:PadulaBros.&Area Contractors

• Foley, MN Fri.,September14,2012 • Foley, MN Fri.,November30,2012

• North Franklin, CT Fri/Sat,September28-29, 2012 For:AreaContractorsand EquipmentDealers

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Tues.,August21,2012 For:Trucks&Trailers

For:Construction Equipment,Trucks, Trailers • Northern CA Sat.,October13,2012

• ONLINE ONLY Wed.,August22,2012 For:Construction Equipment

For:Construction

• ONLINE ONLY Wed.,August22,2012 For:JimBrooks RetirementAuction

• Northern CA

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,August23,2012 For:Colorado&Nebraska EquipmentAuction

Equipment,Trucks,Govt.

• ONLINE ONLY Wed.,August29,2012 For:AgEquipment

Sat.,December8,2012

• ONLINE ONLY Wed.,August29,2012 For:Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,August30,2012 For:Construction Equipment RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat.,September22,2012 For:Construction Equipment STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173

Equipment,Trucks,Govt. Vehicles Sat.,November17,2012 For:Construction Vehicle • Southern CA For:Construction Equipment,Trucks, Trailers • Northern CA Sat.,December15,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks,Govt. Vehicles

VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP www.vaughanauctiongroup.com 903-873-6777 • Wills Point, TX Sat.,August23,2012 For:SummerContractors PublicAuction

• Online Only September1-9,2012 For:Construction, Ag, Trucks & Vehicles

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION

TAYLOR AUCTION & REALTY, INC. www.taylorauction.com 662-226-2080

• Templeton, CA

• Byram, MS Wed.,August22,2012 For:Belk Construction Corp. THE AUCTION COMPANY www.theauctioncompany.net 951-657-5300 • Northern CA Sat.,September8,2012 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks,Govt. Vehicles • Southern CA Sat.,October13,2012

AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 760-731-7760 Sat.,September15,2012 For:Construction&Ag Equipment • Perris, CA Thurs.,October11,2012 For:HeavyEquipment

WILSON’S AUCTION SALES www.wilsonsauction.com 302-422-3454 • Harrington, DE Sat.,September22,2012 For:Mid-Atlantic EquipmentAuction


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Complete Liquidation Thursday, August 23 Featuring equipment from

520 TIMBERJACK

CAT 966D-3151

LOUISVILLE DUMP TRUCK

2006 WESTERN STAR

BLUE OX CHIPPER

FORD F-650 SERVICE TRUCK

PETERSON 6700B-1271

HYDRO AX 721E

PETERSON PACIFIC HC7400

CASE 450-8879

JOHN DEERE 230LC

PRECISION HUSKY XL245-2904

Visit www.ironplanet.com to see the complete list of equipment, review the guaranteed inspection reports, and place your bids.

Inspected and Guaranteed www.ironplanet.com s 855-685-5491 California Auction Company Bond #70259785. Preliminary list to date. Equipment subject to change. Copyright © 1999-2012 IronPlanet, Inc. All Rights Reserved. IronPlanet ®, IronClad Assurance ® and Auctions you can trust ® are registered service marks of IronPlanet, Inc. All other marks and brands are the property of their respective owners.


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Ritchie Bros. Starts August Strong With Sale for Aurora

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itchie Bros. held an auction for Aurora Blacktop Aug. 1 in Aurora, Ill. Highlights from the sale included a 2007 Caterpillar 980H wheel loader that sold for $282,500 and a 2006 Gradall XL4100 II 6x4 mobile excavator that went for a high bid of $152,500.

Mike Bryan (L), vice president of Geneva Construction Co., and Rich Evans of McAllister Equipment Co., discussing what the iron was going for at the Aug. 1 auction.

Looking over the well-maintained pavers at the auction are Jerry Martin (L) and Albert Allen of Allen Paving Co. Inc., Hardinsburg, Ky.

(L-R): Plote Construction President Dan Plote, Donny Hammond of Fox Ridge Stone and Pete DeFonzo of D&P Construction are enjoying the Ritchie Bros. sale.

(L-R): Talking asphalt equipment are Jerry Martin of Martin & Co., Chad Cailteux of Finkbiner Equipment and Lynn Unterbrunner of Tri State Asphalt.

(L-R): Jay Leifheit of Aurora Blacktop Inc., Duane Wilder of Liebherr Construction Equipment Co. and Marty Ahrendt of Finkbiner Equipment Co. get a chance to talk business during the auction.

Roger Martinez (C), Ritchie Bros., with the father and son team of Mark and Mike Pentz of the Calvin Group.

Inspecting this Cat 312B excavator is Stanley Dzierzega of Dzierzega Construction.

Vince Blecha (C) of Ritchie Bros. visits with Gary Martin (L) and Paul Thiele of Fox Excavating.


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Blacktop, Auction in Morris, Ill., on Consecutive Days

(L-R): U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer Mike Harden, Dave Buttry of Buttry Farms and Bob Czech of Czech Farms came to see all of the ag machinery at the sale in Morris, Ill.

“Machinery” Pete (C) gets a tour of the Morris, Ill., facility from Rick Vacha (L) and Nick Nicholson of Ritchie Bros.

Taking a look at the farm machinery at the Aug. 2 auction are Michael (L) and Gene Frieders of Ag Tech Services Inc.

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itchie Bros. held its second sale in two days in the Chicago area on Aug. 2 at its Morris, Ill., facility. The auction featured equipment from manufacturers such Checking the controls of this Komatsu PC50UU excaErvin Landis of Landis Septic looks over the excavaas Komatsu, John Deere, Case, Liebherr, Mack and Volvo. vator is Will Ravens of Ravens Livestock & Farms. tors at the Morris, Ill., auction.

Bryan Edecker of Edecker Farms inspects the engine of this Komatsu PC220LC excavator.

Chuck Trainor of Trainor Trucking checks the stick on this Liebherr 932 material handler.

J.T. Hauch (L) and Rodney Strefling are having a great time touring the yard and looking at a wide range of construction equipment.


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Auction

Sealed Bid Auction Surplus Equipment

Thursday, August 30, 2012 - 9:30am

Bid Deadline: Tue., Aug. 28, 2012 5:00PM EDT

2437 183rd St., Lansing, IL 60438

Arizona • California • Indiana • Kentucky • North Carolina • Ohio • Pennsylvania • South Carolina • Texas Note: Absolute auction of Equipment from downsizing of Witvoet & Co. Details & online bidding available at freyauctions.com. Terms: 10% buyer premium on items $2500 and less, 2.5% fee on internet bids. Pay in full sale day by cash or guaranteed funds. Items sold as-is, where-is. Equipment: '02 Cat 320CL, SN:ANB2261, Hyd, QT, 4487 hrs; '96 Cat 320B, 8925 hrs; Cat 225BLC; Hitachi EX200LCK-2; '05 Cat 304CR Mini 0-Turn, 1716 hrs; Cat D250D 6x6 Artic Dump; Cat IT18B IT Ldr, SN:4ZD645; JCB 5508 8000#/55', JCB 532 7000#/26' & JCB 520 4000#/15' 4x4 Tele Forklifts; Case 1450B & '99 850G-LT Dozers; Cat D4C & D3C-III XL Hystat; Dresser TD7G-LGP. Cat 140G Grader, SN:72V5362; JD 762A Scraper; '99 Cat 963C Cr. Ldr, '99 Cat 953C; I-R SD110D Padfoot Vib; Cat CP433B 66” Padfoot; Dynapac CA25D 84” & CA15D 66” Smooth; Cat 815, SN:91P446; Wagner WC420 Padfoot; Case 252 DD Roller; Sheepsfoot; Cat 416B 4x4 X-hoe; Case 590SM 4x4 X-hoe; '07 ASV SR80 Crawler, Case 90XT & HydraMac 2250 Skidloaders; MQ 45kw Gen Set; Lots of Shop Tools & Support Eq. Trucks & Trailers: (2) '04 Mack CX613 Tractors, Mack 427, 10 Spd, Wetline, 400k. mi.; (2) '96 Mack CH613, 400/10 Spd, Wetline.; '94 Mack CH613, 350/9 Spd, Wetline.; '98 Mack R690ST Tdm Dump; '90 Mack RD688S Tractor, 350/9 Spd, Wetline; '89 Ford L8000 Tdm Dump; '80 Ford 8000 S/A Dump; '06 Isuzu NPR HD & '91 Ford COE Flatbeds (2) '99 Chevy 2500 & '98 Ford F250 Mech. & '92 Chevy 3500HD Svc Trk; '94 Chevy Panel Van. (3) '01 Ravens 22' & 24' Steel Dump Trailers; (3) '93 Galbreath 22' Alum. Frameless Dumps; (3) 24' Alum. Dumps; (2) Shopbuilt 22' & '86 Fruehauf 28' Tubs; '75 Ravens 22' Steel Dump; '96 & '90 Eager Beaver 35t Tdm Detach Lowboys; General 35t Fixed Neck Lowboy; Hyster Tag Tilt.

Robert G. Frey, Auctioneer Archbold, Ohio 43502 Phone 419-445-3739 • www.freyandsons.com

All Terrain Cranes: `99 DEMAG AC650, 750 Ton, s/n 87007, 197’ hyd boom, Super Lift attachment, 315’ luffing/164’ fixed jib, aux hoist • `99 LIEBHERR LTM1500, 650 Ton, s/n 0014568, 276’ and 164’ hyd booms, Super Lift, 298’ luffing/207’ fixed jib, aux hoist • `98 LIEBHERR LTM1225, 300 Ton, s/n 0023679, 197’ hyd boom, 207’ luffing jib, aux hoist • `99 GROVE GMK5160/5175, 175 Ton, s/n 51608229, 161’ hyd boom, 141’ lattice jib consisting of: 33’-59’ swing away jib and (5) 16’ inserts, aux hoist • `96 GROVE GMK5160/5175, 175 Ton, s/n 8147, 161’ hyd boom, 124’ lattice jib consisting of: 33’-59’ swing away jib and (4) 16’ inserts, aux hoist • `05 DEMAG AC140, 170 Ton, s/n 14119, 197’ hyd boom, 29’-55’ fold-

ing swing away jib with (2) 27’ inserts to 109’, aux hoist • `98 LIEBHERR LTM1120/1, 165 Ton, s/n 0023388, 184’ hyd boom, 37’-92’ folding swing away jib, aux hoist • `98 LIEBHERR LTM1120/1, 165 Ton, s/n 23726, 184’ hyd boom, 37’-92’ folding swing away jib, aux hoist • `98 TEREX/PPM ATT1354, 130 Ton, s/n VMAVM300990054, 176’ hyd boom, 65’ folding swing away jib, aux hoist • `97 DEMAG AC155, 60 Ton, s/n 73291, 131’ hyd boom, 30’-58’ folding swing away jib, aux hoist Hydraulic Truck Cranes: `99 GROVE TM9120, 120 Ton, s/n 220226 • `97 GROVE TM9120, 120 Ton, s/n 84177 • `99 LINK-BELT HTC-8670, 70 Ton, s/n F2I91513 • `97 LINK-BELT HTC-8670, 70 Ton, s/n F2I76030 Hammerhead Tower Cranes: `00 TEREX/PEINER SK405, s/n SK405-054 • `98 TEREX/PEINER SK405, s/n SK405-011 • (2) `99 TEREX/PEINER SK315, s/n SK315037 and s/n SK315-042 • `96 TEREX/PEINER SK315, s/n SK315-008

Please Contact Auction Company For Bid Kit, Brochure, and Inspection Details! (800) 233-6898 or sales@hunyady.com

www.hunyady.com PA Auction License No: AY000281 While information is believed to be accurate, all items will be sold “As-Is, Where-Is” without guarantee or warranty. A physical inspection is suggested.


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Great American Insurance Group Welcomed Into IEDA Great American Insurance Group has joined the Independent Equipment Dealers Association (IEDA), effective June 1, 2012. Great American is a provider of equipment finance insurance solutions. The IEDA board of directors continually works to enhance benefits and provide additional information resources to its members. For some time, the board has been interested in bringing on an insurance company as an active member, and Great American’s reputation and successful track record make them a good match, according to the IEDA. About Great American Insurance Group Great American Insurance Group’s roots go back to 1872 with the founding of its flag-

ship company, Great American Insurance Company. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, the operations of Great American Insurance Group are engaged primarily in property and casualty insurance, focusing on specialty commercial products for businesses, and in the sale of traditional fixed and indexed annuities and a variety of supplemental insurance products such as Medicare supplement. Great American Insurance Company has received an “A” (Excellent) or higher rating from the A.M. Best Company for more than 100 years (rating affirmed on March 29, 2012). The members of the Great American Insurance Group are subsidiaries of American Financial Group Inc. (AFG), also based in Cincinnati, Ohio. For more information, visit www.gaig.com.

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Ritchie Bros. Plans Public Auction at Caterpillar Studies New Permanent North Carolina Site Future of Peoria Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers will conduct a massive mining and earthmoving equipment auction on Sept. 27, 2012, during the company’s grand opening auction at its new permanent auction site in Raleigh- Durham, N.C. More than 180 pieces of mining and earthmoving equipment are already featured in the auction, including more than 60 Caterpillar D11 crawler tractors, more than 35 Caterpillar 777 rock trucks, more than 30 wheel loaders and more. The Sept. 27 unreserved public auction, which is set to Cat 777F’s are among the featured items. take place one day after the completion of MINExpo International 2012 in Las Vegas, is a divestiture of non-strategic equipment from West Virginia based Trinity Coal Corporation. Bidders can register and bid in one of four ways: live and in person at the company’s Raleigh-Durham, N.C. auction site; via simulcast and in person at the company’s Las Vegas auction site; online in real time at www.rbauction.com; or by proxy. “We have an unprecedented number of D11’s featured in our September Raleigh-Durham auction. In fact, this is more D11’s than we’ve sold in the past four years of unreserved industrial auctions combined,” said John Fairley, regional sales manager, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “This large selection of mining and earthmoving equipment is sure to catch the attention of both domestic and international buyers. For those who are looking for anything from big wheel loaders and crawler tractors to massive rock trucks and motor graders — this auction showcases Ritchie Bros. as the place to go when you need mining equipment. One of the Caterpillar D11T’s will go on the auction block. And, as with all of our auctions, each item will sell to the highest bidder, regardless of price — with no mini- including high-resolution photos of the equipment, is available at www.rbauction.com/bigiron. mum bids or reserve prices.” Companies looking for brand new equipment may have to “Trinity Coal Corp. had been using the equipment at their coking and thermal coal mining complexes in Kentucky and face a wait time before acquiring a machine to put to work. “If you’re looking for a brand new D11 [from the manuWest Virginia,” said David Stetson, chief restructuring offifacturer], you’ll have to add your name to a wait list and the cer of Trinity Coal Corp. “Those in the mining industry will know D11’s are pri- queue is currently long due to high demand for mining marily mass earthmoving machines. The fleet is composed equipment in various regions. At the September auction in of ‘big rock job’ type machines that we primarily used to North Carolina, people will have the opportunity to find a remove overburden at our coal operations in eastern large selection of well-maintained equipment — it’s a big Kentucky and West Virginia,” added Stetson. “At one time, opportunity to acquire big iron that you can potentially put to our D11 fleet was the largest fleet operating anywhere in the work the following day after the auction,” added Stetson. “There is currently high demand for this type of equipment U.S.” After being in operation for a number of years, some of across the globe, in Canada, Latin America, Asia and even the Caterpillar units are currently undergoing a refurbishing India — with Ritchie Bros. in charge of the auction, buyers process in preparation for the September auction. All power- in all of these regions and beyond will have an opportunity train and undercarriage updates are being conducted by to acquire quality earthmoving equipment at reasonable authorized Cat dealers. Detailed equipment information, prices.”

Headquarters By David Mercer ASSOCIATED PRESS

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) Caterpillar Inc. announced June 25 that it plans to spend the next several months studying ways to modernize its 45-year-old headquarters in Peoria. The study will focus on the company’s long-term needs, including its building and technology, and while there are no plans yet to add to or subtract from Caterpillar’s Peoria presence, “all options are open,” spokesman Rusty Dunn said. “This thing was built in 1967,” Dunn said, referring to the headquarters just off the Illinois River in downtown Peoria. “What Caterpillar was in 1967 is much, much different than what we are today and where we think we’re headed.” Caterpillar, a Fortune 500 company, is the world’s largest maker of construction and mining equipment and has factories all over the world. But it’s also the Peoria area’s largest employer, including about 3,200 jobs in the downtown headquarters and nearby offices. Local elected officials and the United Auto Workers union, which represents some of Peoria-area Caterpillar employees, did not return calls seeking comment. Caterpillar has been among the sharpest critics of Illinois’ state government and the management of its economy. Last year, CEO Douglas Oberhelman reminded Gov. Pat Quinn that the company has out-of-state suitors to prompt the governor to work on improving the state’s economy. Oberhelman later said he wasn’t threatening to leave Illinois. Earlier this year Caterpillar chose a site in Georgia over several sites in Illinois, including Peoria and Galesburg, and other states to relocate the operations of a Japanese tractorand excavator-building plant that will employ 1,400 people. The company cited, among other things, concerns about Illinois’ economy and a massive state government budget deficit. When the headquarters building was built, almost all of Caterpillar’s $1.4 billion in sales were made in the United States, Dunn said. Last year, the company had $60.1 billion in revenue — more than half of it generated outside the country — and Dunn pointed out that Caterpillar has divisional headquarters in Wisconsin, California, Geneva, Switzerland and elsewhere. “This study’s going to evaluate, one, the physical bricks and mortar requirements,” Dunn said. “It will also focus on the technological and the organizational needs of the company — what they are today versus what they need to be 15, 20, 40 years from now.” The company plans to spend three to five months on the study and, when finished, present options to its board of directors and give the public a look at least parts of it, Dunn said. Caterpillar is already working on a new visitors center in downtown Peoria that it plans to open in October.


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MINING & EARTHMOVING EQUIPMENT AUCTION September 27, 2012 8 OF 56 CATERPILLAR D11R

75+

CRAWLER TRACTORS

30+ 35+

WHEEL LOADERS

ROCK TRUCKS

2 OF 4 2008 CATERPILLAR 980H

10+

2 OF 8 CATERPILLAR 988H 2008 CATERPILLAR 16M VHP

MOTOR GRADERS UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION IN RALEIGH-DURHAM

4 OF 21 CATERPILLAR 777D

LIVE SIMULCAST IN LAS VEGAS RIGHT AFTER MINEXPO 1 OF 3 2008 CATERPILLAR D11T

2008 CATERPILLAR 992K

2 OF 12 CATERPILLAR 777F

BIG IRON. BIG AUCTION. BIG OPPORTUNITY. On September 27, Ritchie Bros. will sell a massive selection of mining and earthmoving equipment – including more than 60 Caterpillar D11s. Bid at our auction sites in Raleigh-Durham or Las Vegas, online or by proxy. Don’t miss this opportunity – every item will be sold on auction day, with no minimum bids or reserve prices. Equipment is located at various mine sites in Kentucky and West Virginia. Visit our website for full auction and equipment information, or phone to make an inspection appointment.

rbauction.com/bigiron | 704.873.6633


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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SON INC RACINE WI 8/18 LEXINGTON KY 8/24 ..........................................91 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ......................................................9 ALLSTATE PETERBILT ............................................................................46 ALLU GROUP ..........................................................................................37 AMERICAN STATE EQUIPMENT ............................................................11 ARING EQUIPMENT CO INC ..................................................................13 ASPEN EQUIPMENT ................................................................................16 ATLAS COPCO - ROCKSTAR ..................................................................73 BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ......................................................................85 BARGAINS ................................................................................................88 BARGAINS ................................................................................................89 BODINE MFG ..........................................................................................58 CAT AUCTION SERVICES CAT EQUIPMENT YARD 9/12..........................................................97 CATERPILLAR ..........................................................................................21 CEG SCALE MODELS ............................................................................26 CES 31 .......................................................................................................... CHICAGO PNEUMATIC ..........................................................................73 CK POWER ..............................................................................................36 CLASSIFIEDS............................................................................................87 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ........................................57,86,98 COURTS MACHINERY ............................................................................37 CUSTER PRODUCTS LTD ......................................................................42 DODGE OF BURNSVILLE ......................................................................49 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP ..........................................52,53 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ................................................................69 DOPPSTADT ............................................................................................84 DYNAPAC ................................................................................................50 ERB EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................17 EXODUS MACHINES ..........................................................................74,75 FABCO EQUIPMENT INC ..........................................................................7 FABICK CAT ............................................................................................15 FABICK CAT ............................................................................................77 FARM-RITE EQUIPMENT INC ................................................................10 FELLING TRAILERS ............................................................................40,41 FINKBINER EQUIPMENT CO ..................................................................11 FLANGE LOCK ........................................................................................30 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ..................................................................24 FREY & SONS LANSING, IL 8/30 ............................................................................96 FURY MOTORS ........................................................................................42 GARY CARLSON EQUIPMENT ................................................................8 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ......................................................84 GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE ) ............................................................67 HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION  ANNUAL CONVENTION ..................................................................30 HOWELL TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ..........................................34,104 HULTDINS INC ........................................................................................14 HUNYADY AUCTION CO SEALED BID DEADLINE 08/28 ......................................................96 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ......................................................58 ILLINOIS TRUCK & EQUIPMENT ..............................................................3 INDEXATOR INC ......................................................................................59

IRAY AUCTION FOLEY MN 09/14 ............................................................................99 IROCK CRUSHERS ................................................................................82 IRON PLANET ..........................................................................................93 JEFF BELZERS CHEVROLET ................................................................45 JEFF BELZERS DODGE ..........................................................................42 JJ SCHECKEL CORP ..............................................................................37 JOHN DEERE ..........................................................................................63 KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............................................65 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ....................................................22,23,50,51 KUBOTA ....................................................................................................66 KUBOTA SVL ............................................................................................68 LEADING EDGE ATTACHMENTS INC ....................................................58 LUPIENT ..................................................................................................43 M ADAMS EQUIPMENT CO ....................................................................19 MCCANN INDUSTRIES INC ......................................................................6 METSO ....................................................................................................79 MID COUNTRY MACHINERY ..................................................................27 MIDWEST VIBRO INC ..............................................................................30 MORBARK INC ........................................................................................74 MURPHY TRACTOR ................................................................................82 MUSTANG MFG ......................................................................................64 NORAM ....................................................................................................61 NORTRAX-MIDWEST ..............................................................................25 PATTEN TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ....................................................2 POWERSCREEN MW DEALER ..............................................................81 PURPLE WAVE INC INTERNET AUCTION 08/23 ............................................................96 RDO EQUIPMENT/SCHARBER EQUIPMENT ........................................20 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY ......................................................84 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS LEBANON TN 9/22 ..........................................................................99 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS RALEIGH-DURHAM NC 9/27 ........................................................101 AUCTION CALENDAR ..................................................................103 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY & SUPPLY..........................................6,35 ROGERS BROTHERS CORP ..................................................................14 ROLAND MACHINERY INC ......................................................................5 RUDD EQUIPMENT ................................................................................29 SANDVIK MINING & CONSTRUCTION ..................................................78 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ....................................................................34 SENNEBOGEN ........................................................................................83 SMITHCO ..................................................................................................46 SOUTHERN TRACTOR SERVICE & SALVAGE ......................................34 STAR EQUIPMENT LTD ............................................................................6 TEREX CRANES ......................................................................................60 TITAN RENTS ..........................................................................................36 TOWMASTER INC ..................................................................................47 US EQUIPMENT ......................................................................................33 VANDER HAAGS ......................................................................................46 WANTED....................................................................................................90 WHAYNE SUPPLY CO ............................................................................34 WILSON EQUIPMENT CO ......................................................................18 ZIPS TRUCK EQUIPMENT ......................................................................49

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UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTIONS

HUGE SELECTION OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

2012 CATERPILLAR 320EL | LOUISVILLE, KY

1 OF 3– 2007 CATERPILLAR D6T XL | NASHVILLE, TN

3– 2006 JOHN DEERE 544J | COLUMBUS, OH

MANITOWOC 888 | HOUSTON, TX

2008 VOLVO EC240CLR LONG REACH | HOUSTON, TX

2007 TEREX RS425C | HOUSTON, TX

2– 2007 CASE 580SM SERIES 2 4x4 | KANSAS CITY, MO

2008 CASE 586G | KANSAS CITY, MO

2005 VERMEER RT650 | KANSAS CITY, MO

6 AUCTIONS NEAR YOU:      

Houston, TX Wed-Thu, Aug 22-23 Louisville, KY Thu, Sep 6 Columbus, OH Thu, Sep 13 Kansas City, MO Wed, Sep 19 Nashville, TN Fri, Sep 21 Raleigh-Durham, NC Wed-Thu, Sep 26-27

1,850+ ITEMS INCLUDING:      

Crawler Tractors Wheel Loaders Motor Graders Motor Scrapers Hydraulic Excavators Loader Backhoes

ADD YOUR EQUIPMENT: PHONE 800.211.3983 We are still accepting consignments for these auctions. Don’t miss out: call & take the hassle out of selling your equipment or trucks. Flexible contract options All-inclusive service Competing on-site & online bidders Certain sale & payment dates

For complete and up-to-date equipment listings visit

» rbauction.com


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Midwest #17,2012  

Midwest #17,2012