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$60M Speed Art Museum Expansion Under Way

Towmaster Hosts 4th Annual Expo…12

Previously completed phases include the enabling project, which involved installation of an underground detention system, and the central utility building and decommissioning of existing systems project, which involved a new utility building constructed to upgrade to cost-saving energy efficient systems for the existing and new buildings.

By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

Cat Mac hines Br eak Grou nd at Dayt ona…14

An art museum in Louisville, Ky., is currently at the beginning stages of a three-year, $60 million expansion project, with funding coming from private donations.

The construction manager is F.A. Wilhelm Construction Company, and the project manager is John Grosvenor. Construction began in July 2013 and is expected to be complete in the fall of 2015. According to its Facebook

page, the Speed Art Museum, originally known as the J. B. Speed Memorial Museum, is Kentucky’s oldest and largest art museum. It was founded in 1925 by Hattie Bishop Speed as a memorial to her husband, James see MUSEUM page 72

An art museum in Louisville, Ky., is currently at the beginning stages of a three-year, $60 million expansion project, with funding coming from private donations.

Independence Excavating Foreclosure Decline Demos Cleveland House Spells Good News Stu dents Beg in Deer e Tech Pr ogram. .. 50

Table of Contents ............4 Attachment Section .......... ..................................41-45 Trucks & Trailers Section ..................................55-65 Recycling Section ....73-87 Business Calendar ........88 Auction Section ....92-101 Advertisers Index ........102

By Lori Tobias

By Christine Reckner CEG ASSOCIATE EDITOR

CEG CORRESPONDENT

When Independence Excavating, a Cleveland-based full service site development and demolition company, heard about the three freed woman who were held captive for a decade, it decided to raise donations in its office for the victims. The company, which was founded in 1956 by the DiGeronimo family, has close ties to the Cleveland community and felt compelled to help in any way they could. Yet Vic DiGeronimo, president, felt they could do more. He reached out to the city and offered Independence Excavating’s time and equipment, at no cost, to demolish Ariel Castro’s house, the

A new report putting the so-called shadow inventory of houses at a three-year low, and showing a decrease in foreclosures spells good news for the construction industry, economists said. According to a report by CoreLogic, a provider of business data and analytics, “The overall shadow inventory is down 34 percent from its peak in 2010, when it reached 3 million homes, and down 18 percent from a year ago, when it was at 2.4 million.”

see INDEPENDENCE page 54

see HOUSING page 98

The goal was to tear the house down and get the property filled in, graded and seeded in a single day, according to Gus Frangos, president of Cuyahoga Land Bank, which supervised the demolition.

ConExpo Retro

See page 20 for the first of an ongoing series of highlights from past ConExpos as they were reported in the pages of CEG.


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2001 Cat 345BL II..................................$64,500

1998 Cat 140H ....................................$115,000

2002 Cat 430D ......................................$43,500

1986 Cat D8L ........................................$77,500

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

S/N 2ZK03040, 7242 hours, EROPS, heat, A/C, tires fair, trans rebuilt

S/N BNK02538, 4741 Hrs, EROPS, 1.5 Cyd Bkt, 36” Bkt, Tires Good to Fair

S/N 53Y04266, 15,980 Hrs, EROPS, Drawbar, SU Blade, U/C 50% Eng & Trans Rebuilt at 11,000 Hrs

2008 Cat 140M ....................................$190,000

2008 Cat 950H ....................................$137,500

2006 Cat 966H ....................................$195,000

2011 Cat 262C........................................$33,000

S/N B9M00610, 3194 Hrs, EROPS, 14’ Blade, Snow Arrangement, Tires Good

s/n K5K02145, 10,472 hours EROPS, bucket, hyd coupler, cutting edge, 2 valve HL, AC

S/N A6G00225, 7734 hours, EROPS, A/C, GP-bkt, tires good, engine rebuilt at 7422 hours

S/N MST03900, 2295 Hrs, EROPS, A/C, Hyd Quick Coupler, 2-Speed, Bkt, Tires Fair

2000 Aljon 81K ......................................$35,000

2005 Cat 312CL......................................$86,500

1985 Cat D7G ........................................$65,000

Cat D6M LGP........................................$74,500

S/N 13728, 13,500 Hrs, EROPS, Trash Blade, Terra Wheels Good, Pumps Have Been Rebilt

S/N CBA02430, 3285 Hrs, EROPS, A/C, 9’10” Stick, 36” GP Bkt

S/N 92V13015, 5528 Hrs, OROPS, Sweeps, Rear Screen, Winch, Angle Blade, U/C Close to Turn

S/N 2RN00542, 10,328 Hrs, EROPS, PAT blade, winch, rear screen, under carriage good

2001 Cat 988G ....................................$235,000

2006 Cat D6NXL..................................$117,500

2010 Cat 980H ....................................$195,000

2007 John Deere 450DLC..................$125,000

S/N 2TW00170, 21,990 Hrs, EROPS, Spade Bkt w/Teeth, Tires - 2 Good - 2 Fair

S/N CCK00690, 4756 hours, OROPS, rear screen, 4 valve hydraulics, PAT blade, UC very good

S/N JMS05395, 14204 hours, EROPS, ride control, bucket GP, tires good, center pins done

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TOWMASTER HOLDS 4TH ANNUAL EQUIPMENT, EDUCATION EXPO

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Hyster Company has supplied one of its Hyster J35XN lift trucks to the duck-men of Duck Commander, makers of world-famous duck calls.

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Norco Puma 409, ‘11, 2057 hrs ..............$129,500

Ingersoll Rand DD70, ‘98, 5056 hrs ........$14,500

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Doppstadt SM720, ’09, 235 hrs ............$185,000 Doppstadt SM726, ’09, 257 hrs ............$225,000

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Gomaco Commander III, ’03....................$69,500 LeeBoy 1000D, ’03, 1,475 hrs ................$14,500 Vogele 1110WB, ’05, 2909 hrs ................$69,500

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Cat D4D, ’72 ..............................................$7,000 Cat D8N, ’87 ............................................$78,000 Dresser TD8E, ’81 ....................................$13,000 Komatsu D41E-6, ’00, 2,618 hrs..............$51,500 Komatsu D51PX-22, ’08, 2,436 hrs ......$129,500 Komatsu D61PX-15EO, ’12, 431 hrs ......$199,500 Komatsu D65EX-17, ’12, 1,340 hrs........$229,500 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’06, 3,199 hrs ..$146,500 Komatsu D65PX-15EO, ’08, 5,372 hrs ..$127,500 Komatsu D155AX-5, ’03, 6,809 hrs ......$224,500 Komatsu D155AX-6, ’07, 6,011 hrs ......$279,500 Komatsu D275AX-5, ’03, 23,015 hrs ....$129,500

FORESTRY Cat 534 Forwarder, ’10 ..........................$135,000 Norco Puma 220, ’11, 78 hrs ....................$CALL Norco Puma 409, ’11, 2057 hrs ............$129,500 Timbco 415FX, ’09, 2400 hrs ................$310,000 Timbco 425EXL, ’06, 9,250 hrs..............$170,000 Timbco 425EXL/Quadco Hotsaw, ’06 ....$225,000 Valmet 415EX/Rolly II, ’05, 10,092 hrs $145,000 Valmet 840.2, ’05, 6,600 hrs......................$CALL Valmet 840.3/8, ’08, 10,006 hrs ............$190,000 Valmet 860.4, ’12, 1,640 hrs......................$CALL Valmet 860.4, ’12, 1,273 hrs......................$CALL

Hamm HD14VV, ’09, 2,027 hrs ................$32,500 Hamm HD14VV, ’07, 2,600 hrs ................$24,500 Hamm HD14VV, ’07, 2,264 hrs ................$24,500 Hamm HD90 Ozzy, ’04, 4,300 hrs ............$54,500 Ingersoll Rand DD16, ’00, 2,006 hrs ........$9,500 Ingersoll Rand DD70, ’98, 5056 hrs ........$14,500 Tramac TR21A Plate (PC160) ....................$7,500

MILLING DOZERS

Dressta 870, ’93, 8,157 hrs ....................$29,500 Komatsu GD655-3C, ’06, 1,866 hrs ......$159,500 Komatsu GD655-3EO, ’09, 1,287 hrs ....$189,500

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COMPACTION Bomag BW130AD, ’88................................$3,900 Bomag BW135AD, ’96, 5600 hrs ..............$8,500 Bomag BW205AD, ’02, 3,520 hrs ............$34,500 Cat CB534C, ’98, 5,086 hrs......................$26,500 Hamm HD8, ’07, 395 hrs ........................$18,500 Hamm HD8, ’07, 515 hrs ........................$18,500

Wirtgen W60, ’08, 628 hrs ....................$144,900 Wirtgen W60 Rumbler, ’11, 400 hrs......$240,000 Wirtgen W600, ’03, 2,403 hrs..................$77,500 Wirtgen W2000, ’96, 9,346 hrs ..................$CALL Wirtgen W2100, ’04, 8,373 hrs ..................$CALL

OFF ROAD TRUCKS Komatsu HD465-5, ’02, 17,763 hrs ............$CALL Komatsu HD465-5, ’02, 17,599 hrs ............$CALL Komatsu HD465-5, ’02, 17,268 hrs ............$CALL

WHEEL LOADERS Case 621D, ’02, 6,822 hrs ......................$59,500 Cat 980C, ’86, 7216 hrs ..........................$59,000 Cat 980G, ’98, 26,583 hrs ........................$89,500 Komatsu WA65-3, ’04, 745 hrs................$59,500 Komatsu WA200-5, ’05, 617 hrs..............$97,500 Komatsu WA250-1, ’95, 17,158 hrs ........$29,500 Komatsu WA250-5, ’05, 4,436 hrs ..........$97,500

Komatsu WA250-5, ’07, 4,885 hrs ..........$99,500 Komatsu WA320-6, ’08, 3961 hrs..........$126,500 Komatsu WA350-1, ’89, 13,117 hrs ........$27,500 Komatsu WA450-6, ’07, 8,069 hrs ........$149,500 Komatsu WA500-7, ’12, 2,696 hrs ............$CALL New Holland LV80, ’05, 3028 hrs ............$19,500

EXCAVATORS Deere 225C LC RTS, ’06, 1,884 hrs ......$107,500 Deere 350DLC, ’07, 5,837 hrs ..............$124,500 Deere 350DLC, ’07, 5,276 hrs ..............$124,500 Deere 350DLC, ’07, 6,514 hrs ..............$124,000 Kobelco SK400LC Mark IV, ’97 ................$38,500 Kobelco SK480LC, ’05, 11,858 hrs ..........$54,500 Komatsu PC88MR-8, ‘09, 1,195 hrs ........$92,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-8, ’09, 2,363 hrs $104,500 Komatsu PC138USLC-8, ’09, 2,583 hrs $104,500 Komatsu PC150LC-6, ’99, 6,800 hrs........$32,500 Komatsu PC160LC-7, ’03, 4,397 hrs........$69,500 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ’04, 5,830 hrs........$79,500 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ’04, 740 Hrs ..........$89,500 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ’05, 3,447 hrs......$129,500 Komatsu PC200LC-8, ’06, 4,617 hrs......$132,500 Komatsu PC220LC-6, ’96, 11,821 hrs......$39,500 Komatsu PC220LC-6, ’98, 13,779 hrs......$34,500 Komatsu PC220LC-6, ’98, 13,774 hrs......$32,500 Komatsu PC220LC-8, ’06, 9084 hrs ........$96,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7, ’06, 9,377 hrs........$94,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7EO, ’06, 6,271 hrs $109,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6LM, ’02, 10,834 hrs $72,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 9,350 hrs......$108,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, ’04, 10,300 hrs......$99,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7EO, ’06, 9,833 hrs $109,500 Komatsu PC600LC-6, ’99, 9,634 hrs........$79,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’04, 8,449 hrs......$177,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’05, 10,328 hrs....$214,500 Komatsu PC600LC-7, ’05, 4,265 hrs......$379,500 Komatsu PC600LC-8, ’06, 10,478 hrs....$214,500 Volvo EC210B, ’02, 8,880 hrs ..................$46,500 Volvo EC460, ’04, 10,746 hrs ..................$69,500 Volvo EC460, ’05, 10,958 hrs ..................$69,500

WATER EQUIPMENT New Holland LV80, ‘05, 3028 hrs ..........$19,500 Komatsu PC200LC-7, ‘04, 740 hrs ................................$89,500

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SAKAI SW800II - ‘12 • 67” Double Drum Vibratory Rollers, w/85 hrs ..............................$94,393 SAKAI SW850-2 - 79” Double Drum Vibratory Rollers, *2011 w/99 hrs ..........................$99,500 SAKAI SW880 - 79” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/very low hours......................$CALL SAKAI SW652 - 57” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/106 hrs..............................$82,495 SAKAI SW330 - 51” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/150 hrs..............................$32,487 SAKAI SW320 - 47” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, *2012 w/very low hours......................$CALL SAKAI SW300 - 40” Double Drum Vibratory Roller, 2009 w/250 hrs................................$24,495

DEMAG H95 MASS EXCAVATOR, Powered by a Cat 3408 Diesel, with a 24’7” Gooseneck Boom, and a 10’8” Stick with 43’6” Reach and 25’ Digging Depth, 7.2 cu yd HD Rock Bucket, Approx. 220,000 Lb. Working Weight, 5800 Frame Hours and Recent Engine Rebuild......................................................................................$125,000 LIEBHERR R974B HDSL UTILITY CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, Powered by a 471 HP Liebherr D9408TI Diesel, 33’11” Semi-Gooseneck Boom with 15’5” Stick, 5 cu yd HD Bkt, 21’x14’ 4” Wide U/C with 30” Track Pads adn Removable Sideframes, Approx. 190,000 Lb. Working Weight ....................................................................CALL LIEBHERR R954C HD “LITRONIC” CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, (Several 2006-2007 Models Available) w/Various Boom/Stick Combinations and Buckets Available, 326HP Liebherr D936L Six-Cyl. Tier 3 Diesels, Hydraulically Removable Counterweights, 124,000 to 130,000 Lb. Working Weights ......................................................CALL

CRANES SAKAI GW750 - Vibratory Pneumatic Roller, *2011 w/494 hrs ........................................$99,782 *Comes with any remaining standard and 3 year extended power train warranty.

EXCAVATORS GRADALL XL4100 - ‘98 • Workable, As-Is ........................................................................$25,000 GRADALL XL4100II - ‘04 • Trk Mtd. Exc. w/2 Buckets, 5925 Hrs ....................................$129,950

Contact Marty in Illinois 1-800-307-0221

mahrendt@finkbinerequipment.com Photos & Detail Descriptions view: www.finkbinerequipment.com

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..$155,900 GROVE TM9120 100 TON TRUCK CRANE, 1997, 42’ to 130’ boom, 33’ to 58’ offsettable telescopic swingaway, Grove HO50 main & aux. hoists, LMI, Cummins 6CT8.3 diesel, mounted on a Grove 8 x 4 chassis with a Cummins N14 diesel and Roadranger transmissions. Tandem boom dolly ....................REDUCED TO $365,500 GROVE RT855B 55 TON ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE, 1996, with Cummins diesel, 37’ to 115’ boom, 35’ to 60’ swingaway, LMI, Grove model HO30 main & aux. hoists, 29.5x25 tires ..............................................$189,500 LIEBHERR HS883HD DUTY CYCLE HYDRAULIC CRAWLER CRANE, 132 Ton Class, (2 Available) with Liebherr V8 Diesels, Main Hoists with 44,000 SLP or 66,000 SLP, 115’ Main Boom, Removable Sideframes ..........CALL

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

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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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

Large Used Trailer Selection Starting at $1,500 U.S. Hwy 12 W • Dassel, MN 55325 320/275-2737 • Toll Free 888/679-4857 New Location: Farm-Rite Wilmar 1515 West Litchfield Ave. • Wilmar, MN 56201 320/235-3672

www.farmriteequip.com


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

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

Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 . . . . . . . .$79,500 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick coupler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,500 COMPACTORS

IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean $69,500 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . . .$49,500 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $79,500 Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP gas engine . . . . .$2,500 Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever & remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 to $10,000 (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 LANDSCAPING

Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor, 1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" hydraulic broom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 CRAWLER LOADERS

Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt .$37,500 Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000

OFF ROAD HAULERS Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently off work), work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$145,000 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 hitch rebuilt $115,000 Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . . . . . .$147,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on jobsites . . . . .$87,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 CRAWLER TRACTORS

Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$57,000 (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, work ready . .CALL Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 TRUCKS & TRAILERS

(2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . .CALL AIR COMPRESSORS

IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL SPECIALS

(12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a towtype, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . .From $5,200

(2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a-blade, BACKHOES winches, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade . .$85,000 Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . . . OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. DRILLS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, CRANES Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, dual fuel, Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$150,000 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$21,500 MISCELLANEOUS Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. MOTOR SCRAPERS

ATTACHMENTS Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, BUCKETS ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Buckets in Stock Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice -Call For Your Needs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick couOthers Available Call pler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . .$29,000 Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on rubber, All Equipment is Owned & Operated By operational . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.


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USED EQUIPMENT Doug Wilson 704-562-2032

Billy Brice 678-318-9500

Elon Holley 334-450-7667

Email: doug.wilson@ascvolvo.com

Email: billy.brice@ascvolvo.com

Email: elon.holley@ascvolvo.com

ASC has the largest supply of Tier 3 Articulated Trucks in inventory, call for more details. Your VOLVO dealer in The Carolinas • Georgia • East Tennessee • North Dakota North Dakota: Bismarck Fargo Minot

North Carolina: Charlotte Raleigh Asheville Greenville

South Carolina: Columbia North Charleston Piedmont

Georgia: Buford Forest Park Savannah

Tennessee: Knoxville Chattanooga

www.ascvolvo.com 2006 Volvo EC160B LC, 1900 Hrs, $80,000

Asphalt / Pavers / Concrete Equipment 1999 LEEBOY L8500T............................$7,500 2007 VOLVO PF6110, 2375 Hrs ............$160,000 2007 VOLVO PF6110, 3061 Hrs ............$160,000 2008 VOLVO PF6110, 2431 Hrs ............$185,000 2007 VOLVO PF6170, 1451 Hrs ............$230,000

Compactors-Padfoot (5) 2010 Volvo A40E, 1514-2709 hrs, $390,000 - $395,000

2006 INGERSOLL-RAND SD122F ............$97,000

Compactors-Smooth Drum 2010 VOLVO DD112HF, 1636 Hrs ............$85,000 2008 VOLVO DD118HF, 1858 Hrs ............$90,000 2007 VOLVO SD116DXTF, 4921 Hrs..........$65,000

Excavators-Crawler

2011 Volvo EW180C, 1677 hrs, $155,000

2008 VOLVO EC210C LC, 2369 Hrs ........$115,000 2011 VOLVO EC210CL, 1931 Hrs ..........$145,000 2011 VOLVO EC240C LC, 2069 Hrs ........$160,000 2006 VOLVO EC290B LC, 7836 Hrs ..........$65,000 2011 VOLVO EC290CL, 3009 Hrs ..........$165,000 2011 VOLVO EC340DL, 2753 Hrs ..........$230,000 2012 VOLVO EC340DL, 2342 Hrs ..........$260,000 2011 VOLVO EC380D, 1806 Hrs ............$265,000 2011 VOLVO EC460C LC, 2994 Hrs ........$280,000

Excavators-Wheel 2002 VOLVO EW170, 7055 Hrs ..............$55,000 2004 VOLVO EW180B, 3060 Hrs..............$70,000 2011 VOLVO EW180C, 1677 Hrs ............$155,000 2011 VOLVO EW180C, 2528 Hrs ............$155,000

Loader Backhoes 2003 DEERE 310SG ............................$20,000 2004 DEERE 310SG, 4088 Hrs ................$24,000

Motor Graders 2012 Volvo L90G, 2549 hrs, $170,000

2008 VOLVO G930, 3913 Hrs ................$120,000 2009 VOLVO G930, 2663 Hrs ................$120,000 2008 VOLVO G940, 2770 Hrs ................$155,000 2011 VOLVO G946B, 1855 Hrs ..............$245,000

Off-Highway Trucks

2011 Volvo L150G, 1937 hrs, $280,000

2006 CATERPILLAR 740, 10624 Hrs ......$165,000 2004 VOLVO A25D, 5389 Hrs................$190,000 2006 VOLVO A25D, 7177 Hrs................$120,000 2007 VOLVO A25D, 6328 Hrs................$155,000 2010 VOLVO A25F, 1727 Hrs ................$285,000 2011 VOLVO A25F, 2095 Hrs ................$285,000 (4) 2006 VOLVO A30D, 4710-10654 Hrs .............. ......................................$105,000-$215,000 2008 VOLVO A30E, 6402 Hrs ................$175,000 2008 VOLVO A30E, 7088 Hrs ................$175,000 2011 VOLVO A30E, 2746 Hrs ................$310,000

Volvo Construction Equipment

2005 VOLVO A40D, 6024 Hrs................$155,000 2006 VOLVO A40D, 10,080 Hrs ............$130,000 2009 VOLVO A40E, 3462 Hrs ................$330,000 (5) 2010 VOLVO A40E, 1514-2709 Hrs ................ ......................................$390,000-$395,000 (8) 2011 VOLVO A40E, 3092-4032 Hrs ................ ......................................$350,000-$375,000 2007 VOLVO A40E FS, 5601 Hrs ............$265,000 (9) 2011 VOLVO A40F, 1814-6047 Hrs ................ ......................................$345,000-$425,000 (7) 2012 VOLVO A40F, 1539-2123 Hrs ................ ......................................$440,000-$480,000 2005 KOMATSU HM400........................$81,000

(2) 2012 Volvo A40F, 1580-1730 hrs, $440,000-$460,000

2011 Volvo EC380D, 1806 hrs, $265,000

Scrap Processing/ Demolition Equipment 2012 SENNEBOGEN 825M ..................$366,000 2006 SENNEBOGEN 830R HD ..............$235,000 2012 SENNEBOGEN 840M ..................$593,000 2012 SENNEBOGEN 840M ..................$644,000

Sweepers/Broom Equipment 2010 BROCE MK I ..............................$93,750

Wheel Loaders 2009 CASE 921E ..............................$125,000 2006 CATERPILLAR 930G ....................$68,500 2001 CATERPILLAR 950G, 11050 Hrs ......$80,000 2001 CATERPILLAR 950G, 10695 Hrs ......$80,000 2008 CATERPILLAR 962H, 3843 Hrs ......$170,000 1998 CATERPILLAR 980G II, 21984 Hrs ....$62,500 2006 VOLVO L60E, 11591 Hrs ................$55,000 1996 VOLVO L70C, 16602 Hrs ................$32,000 2007 VOLVO L70E, 5532 Hrs..................$90,000 2007 VOLVO L70F, 5951 Hrs ................$110,000 (3) 2012 VOLVO L70G, 2600-2687 Hrs ................ ......................................$148,000-$160,000 2012 VOLVO L90G, 1591 Hrs ................$165,000 2012 VOLVO L90G, 2553 Hrs ................$170,000 2010 VOLVO L110F, 5170 Hrs ..............$145,000 (3) 2011 VOLVO L110F, 3018-5034 Hrs .............. ......................................$145,000-$180,000 (3) 2012 VOLVO L110G, 2306-2502 Hrs .............. ......................................$225,000-$230,000 2006 VOLVO L150E, 31062 Hrs ..............$70,000 2009 VOLVO L150F, 5508 Hrs ..............$205,000 2010 VOLVO L150F, 8029 Hrs ..............$160,000 2010 VOLVO L150F, 11459 Hrs..............$140,000 (5) 2011 VOLVO L150G, 1487-2969 Hrs .............. ......................................$260,000-$280,000 2010 VOLVO L180F, 1634 Hrs ..............$265,000 2012 VOLVO L180G, 1978 Hrs ..............$335,000 2012 VOLVO L180G, 2334 Hrs ..............$325,000 2003 VOLVO L220E, 15635 Hrs ..............$90,000 2011 VOLVO L350F, 1812 Hrs ..............$685,000

(2) 2009 Volvo G930, 2663-3623 hrs, $120,000 Ea.

(2) 2007 Volvo T450D, 1530-1632 hrs, $225,000 Ea.

(3) 2011 Volvo L110F, 3055-5034 hrs, $145,000-$180,000


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GEORGIA Buford 678-318-9500 Savannah 912-964-8079 Forest Park 770-319-0074

NORTH CAROLINA

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Asheville 828-687-0620 Charlotte 704-596-8283 Greenville 252-754-5280 Raleigh 919-661-8710

Charleston 843-414-1120 Columbia 803-791-0740 Piedmont 864-704-1060

TENNESSEE Chattanooga 423-308-7940 Knoxville 865-525-1845


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Towmaster Holds 4th Annual Equipment, Education Expo

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Huge crowds attended the Towmaster 4th Annual Equipment and Education Expo.

owmaster Inc., manufacturer of equipment trailers and truck bodies/equipment, held its 4th Annual Equipment and Education Expo on July 16. More than 300 key people from MN-DOT, multiple county, township, and city agencies, attended this event, which featured more than 30 exhibitors, and included four educational seminars all focused on the needs of the local and statewide transportation field. “This expo has become a huge event for Towmaster and its partners,” said Tim Erickson, Towmaster Truck Equipment sales manager. “It builds and solidifies relationships between us, our suppliers, and our customers, as well as offers ongoing education and information vital to the various maintenance departments of cities, townships,

counties, and the state of Minnesota.” Towmaster partnered with representatives from Omaha Standard/Palfinger, Falls Plows, Valley Blades Ltd., Force America, Whelen, Astleford International, Boyer Trucks, and Swenson Products, by sponsoring this event. Attendees learned about trailer payload and GVWR requirements, DOT Commercial Motor Vehicle regulations, upcoming crane operator certification requirements, and cutting edges, from attending the educational seminars. A lunch was provided and prizes were given away, including a $4,000 Swenson Spreader to one lucky municipality. “This event has grown over the last four years and it’s something unique to Towmaster,” said Len Stulc, president of Towmaster. “Our employees pull together as a team and work hard to make this event positive and successful. Our partners help in a tremendous way and all the exhibitors told me it was a great event for them.” Towmaster uses this event as an opportunity to network and build positive and ongoing relationships with both supplier partners and customers.

This 2014 Mack truck is decked out just right for the crew from Yellow Medicine County in southwestern, Minn. (L-R) are Mechanic Trer Luepke, Maintenance Foreman Jim Marquardt and Shop Foreman Dave Moset.

Palfinger had a great truck-mounted crane on hand, the Palpro 43, with fully proportional controls, maintenance free with a hexagonal extension system that gives the setup its strength. Mario Hufnagl (L) and Andrew Schumacher of Palfinger, Omaha, Neb., point out all of the features.

Outside in the sun doing his best not to melt is Jay Kockler, sales with Farm-Rite, Dassel Minn., with a 2013 Bobcat all-wheel steer 2-speed A770.

Steve London (L) of Inver Grove Heights, Minn., and County Engineer Ronald Mortensen take a look at the popular DD13 engine of this Freightliner 1145D.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) see TOWMASTER page 36

(L-R): Craig Schmieg and Mark Bellamore of Chaska, Minn., look over this John Deere 644K hybrid loader with RDO Equipment Specialist Dan Rud, Burnsville, Minn.


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JD 310SJ, Cab, Air, JD 850K, 24" Pads, 128" Blade, 1494 hours, 4x4, Ext Hoe, #U11221 #U11857 ........$268,000 ........................$74,500

JD 672D, Low Cab, Air, JD 844J, Cab, Air, JD 400D, New KLEIN 8000 gallon water truck, 14' Blade, #U11856 ...... 7.25 yd, 2170 hours, 6391 hrs, #U11425........ ......................$198,000 #U11039 ........$259,000 ......................$258,000

JD 350DLC, 13' 1" Arm, JD 444K, 2.5 yd Bkt, 32" Pads, #U11915 ...... 85 hours, Warranty, #U11423 ........$143,000 ......................$209,000

JD 350GLC Material JD 824K, 6 yd Bkt, JD 200DLC, 9' 6" Arm, #N5289 ..........$285,000 Handler, #N5539 .......... 32" Pads, Mech Thumb, ......................$525,000 #U11358 ........$149,000

NPK Hammers, All JD 600CLC w/ Genesis Sizes for All Makes. JD 400D, 1183 hours, Warranty, #U11426........ GXP1200R Shear, Inspected and Well ......................$389,000 #U10798 ........$468,000 Maintained, GH4-GH18

JD 9530, Auto Load, JD 210CW, 2 Piece 1045 hours, Warranty, Boom, Aux Hyd, #U11750 ........$269,000 #U11722 ........$148,000


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As part of the event, current and former NASCAR stars were pitted against each other in a competition to see who would win the opportunity to pilot the 336E H and actually break ground at Daytona. Each had to operate a Cat 950K wheel loader safely through a course with skill and speed.

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Cat Iron Helps Break Ground on Historic Daytona Rising On July 5, Cat machines participated in the groundbreaking of Daytona Rising, a historic $400 million redevelopment project at Daytona International Speedway. The significance for Daytona parent company International Speedway Corporation (ISC) and Caterpillar Inc. is the long-standing 20year partnership between the two companies. Additionally, the project marks the largest redevelopment ever at ISC’s 54-yearold flagship motorsports facility and is the first time a Cat 336E H hydraulic hybrid excavator has been used for such a significant undertaking. “There’s no better way to showcase our machines than through participation in the Daytona Rising groundbreaking,” said Greg Towles, manager of the Cat racing program. “When ISC asked us what machines would make sense for an event and project like this, we immediately thought of our new state-ofthe-art hydraulic hybrid excavator.” As part of the event, current and former NASCAR stars were pitted against each

other in a competition to see who would win the opportunity to pilot the 336E H and actually break ground at Daytona. Current drivers Jeff Burton and Ryan Newman and Trevor Bayne and Greg Biffle competed against former NASCAR greats Darrell Waltrip and crew chief Larry McReynolds in a unique relay race. Each had to operate a Cat 950K wheel loader safely through a course with skill and speed, and the team of Bayne and Biffle came out on top. “When I was approached to do the competition, I was excited because we use Cat equipment at my rock quarry business in Virginia, and I understand the importance of owning fuel-efficient equipment,” said Biffle. “We have a Cat 980 wheel loader, so I may have had the upper hand. Trevor and I spent time strategizing because we wanted to win and be the first in the seat of the new hybrid. Being the first person to use the hybrid to break ground for the new grandstands at Daytona was truly an honor.”

The vision for the redevelopment of the Daytona International Speedway places an emphasis on enhancing the complete fan experience while celebrating the history of the speedway and its many unforgettable moments throughout more than 50 years of racing. Every seat will be replaced with wider and more comfortable seats, and more restrooms and concession stands will be added throughout the facility. Before that work begins, however, site preparation using more Cat gear will take place. And that’s where Mark Scott, president of RA Scott Construction, comes in. His company now owns the 336E H hybrid excavator used in the groundbreaking and many other Cat machines. “Over the next 90 days or so, our company will be removing existing utilities and installing new storm, sewer, and water lines for the speedway,” said Scott. “We’ll be using the 336E H hybrid excavator along with a standard 336E, a 320E, a 314E, two D3Ks and three 938Ks. We are really look-

ing forward to seeing the fuel savings from the new hybrid Cat.” The redevelopment is expected to be complete by January 2016 — just in time for the 58th Daytona 500. “The redevelopment of Daytona International Speedway reaffirms its status as the ‘World Center of Racing’ for years to come,” said Lesa France Kennedy, ISC vice chairperson and CEO and granddaughter of NASCAR co-founder Bill France Sr. “It is imperative that we build upon my grandfather’s vision to create a world-class facility with premium amenities to provide unparalleled experiences for our guests and partners. Doing so will ensure that the Daytona 500 and all our other events continue to drive our business while serving as a significant economic engine for the region.” For more information, visit www.daytonarising.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

NAPA Awards Industry Leaders Operational Excellence Honors The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) honored the winners and finalists of its 2012 Operational Excellence Awards on July 15 during the association’s midyear meeting in Boston. The Operational Excellence Awards honor leaders in the asphalt pavement industry for innovation and excellence in marketing, communications and community outreach with the Community Involvement, Outstanding Brochure and Outstanding Web site awards. Companies also are lauded for their responsible practices with the Asphalt Operations Safety Innovations and Ecological awards. The 2012 winners are: • Asphalt Operations Safety Innovations Award: The Lane Construction Corp.,

Cheshire, Conn., for temporary medianaccess bridge and ramp system. • Community Involvement Award: MeadWestvaco Corp., North Charleston, S.C. • Community Involvement Award: Tilcon New York Inc., an Oldcastle Materials Co., Wharton, N.J. • Ecological Award (New Plant): Lakeside Industries, Lacey, Wash., for Durgin Road Asphalt Plant. • Ecological Award (New Plant): Tilcon New York, an Oldcastle Materials Co., Wharton, N.J., for Keasbey Asphalt Plant. • Ecological Award (Existing Plant): Payne & Dolan Inc., Vienna, Wis., for Vienna Control #6 Plant. • Ecological Award (Existing Plant): S.T.

Wooten Corp., Wilson, N.C., for Wilmington Asphalt Plant. • Outstanding Brochure Award: Commercial Asphalt Co., Maple Grove, Minn. • Outstanding Brochure Award: APAC Mid-South Inc., an Oldcastle Materials Co., Birmingham, Ala. • Outstanding Web site Award (Producer Member): Superior Paving, Gainesville, Va., for www.superiorpaving.net. • Outstanding Web site Award (Associate Member): Gray & Son Inc., Timonium, Md., for www.graynson.com. • Outstanding Web site Award (State Asphalt Pavement Association): Flexible Pavements of Ohio for www.flexiblepavements.org.

The Operational Excellence Awards are a counterpart to the annual Quality in Construction Awards, which recognize asphalt paving jobs completed in line with best practices and standards known to yield high-quality asphalt pavements. The NAPA Awards Program recognizes and encourages continuous improvement in all aspects of paving and asphalt operations. The 2013 NAPA Awards program is now accepting nominations. Quality in Construction Award nominations are due by Oct. 31; Operational Excellence Award nominations are due by Dec. 9. For more information, visit www.AsphaltPavement.org/Awards. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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States Explore Ways to Fund Projects By Leonard Toenjes SPECIAL TO CEG

Faced with insufficient revenues and increased transportation infrastructure needs, a number of states are exploring new ways to fund highway and bridge improvements. Arkansas • On March 21, House Bill 1418 failed in a vote by the House Public Transportation Committee 10-9, one vote short of advancing to the House floor. • House Bill 1418, sponsored by Rep. Jonathan Barnett (R-Siloam Springs), would have diverted sales tax revenue generated by the sale of new and used cars, auto parts and services to the state Highway and Transportation Department. The revenue shift would have occurred in increments over a 10year period and would have eventually amounted to $450 million annually for the highway department, said Barnett in March. • In November 2012, voters approved a half-cent sales tax increase to cover a $1.3 billion bond issue for roads and bridges. The sales tax increase took effect on July 1. Indiana • Rep. Tim Brown (RCrawfordsville) proposed a gas tax increase of two cents per gallon, from 18 cents to 20 cents, with the additional revenue allocated for bridge repairs. An estimated $2.7 million would go to the Indiana Department of Transportation and the remaining $2.7 million would be awarded to local governments based on need determined by INDOT, according to the Legislative Services Agency. • The state budget passed by the legislature on April 27 ends funding for the Indiana State Police and the Bureau of Motor Vehicles from the motor vehicle highway account, beginning July 1, 2013. This frees up $140 million annually in new road funding that will be shared by INDOT and local governments (53 percent to INDOT and 47 percent to locals). The budget also directs one percent of overall state sales tax collected in the state to the motor vehicle highway account beginning July 1, 2013. This will result in about $75 million per year in new road funding that will be shared by INDOT and local governments (53 percent to INDOT and 47 percent to locals). • Senate Bill 479 will go into effect July 1, 2014, and will repeal the 7 percent sales tax on gasoline and replace it with a gasoline-use tax. The use tax

will equal the average retail price per gallon multiplied by 0.07. Iowa • Governor Terry Branstad has indicated he would be open to a fuel tax increase if it can be offset by overall tax reductions. • The 10 cents per gallon gas tax increase proposed by various transportation groups lost three crucial GOP supporters, likely killing the bill. It proposed increasing the gas tax each year by three cents, three cents and then four cents. Each cent increase was expected to bring in an additional $22 million. Kentucky • Kentucky’s gas tax increased by 2.4 cents to 32.3 cents per gallon on July 1. Kentucky automatically updates the gas tax based on wholesale prices of gasoline. The increase will generate $900 million over the next fiscal year, with $72 million for the Road Fund.

cussed and subsequently failed. • A new law took effect in 2012 removing requirements that made it almost impossible to build toll roads in the state. • The state revised its design build requirements to allow MDOT to offer one design build job a year for $10 million or more. Prior to this, MDOT could only offer two projects per year under $10 million and one project per year over $50 million. Missouri • On March 13, Missouri senators endorsed a proposed penny sales tax increase that could raise nearly $8 billion over a decade for transportation projects. The increase would require voter approval and, if passed, would be resubmitted to the ballot after 10 years so Missourians could decide whether to continue it. This bill was filibustered and died in the Senate on the last day of session.

Ohio Michigan • Gov. John • Gov. Rick Snyder Kasich signed on is calling for a new April 1 a two-year, road funding model $7.6 billion transthat would essentially portation and public double taxes on gasosafety budget bill. It line and diesel fuel will supply about while increasing regis$4 billion in state tration fees for passenand federal funds ger vehicles. The plan — mostly gas tax would raise gasoline revenue — for road Toenjes, CAE presi- and bridge conand diesel taxes by Leonard about 33 cents per gal- dent. tracts. The bill also lon through a wholesale tax. If allows the state, for the first time, to use approved by the legislature, the plan toll revenue from the Ohio Turnpike for would also hike annual registration fees projects beyond the 241-mi. (388 km) by 60 percent for passenger vehicles toll road’s borders. and 25 percent for large trucks. • In 2005, a new Commercial • Additionally, Snyder is recom- Activity Tax (CAT) was imposed in mending a local option allowing Ohio which replaced several other tarMichigan counties a chance to raise geted taxes. The idea was to tax all additional revenue for roads they main- commercial activity to broaden the tax tain. Subject to voter approval, counties base. This allowed for a lower tax rate could implement a registration tax of on more sales instead of the high rate up to 0.18 percent of a vehicle’s list on just a few products and services. price, generating roughly $280 million The CAT also applied to motor fuel. A for local roads. constitutional issue redirected CAT funds to the General Revenue Fund, Mississippi but after an appeals process the money • In 2013, House Transportation is going back to transportation. At the Committee Chairman Robert Johnson present rate, this amounts to a new revapproved a fuel tax increase in his com- enue source of $140 million per year mittee. The legislation was double for highway and bridge construction in referred and quickly failed in the House Ohio, equivalent to a nearly three cent Ways and Means Committee. In the increase in the state gas tax. (This story also can be found on Senate, there was legislation that would take payouts from the state’s casino Construction Equipment Guide’s Web industry to provide for infrastructure site at www.constructionequipmentneeds. The legislation was never dis- guide.com.)

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ConExpo 1975 — Chicago, Ill. Road Shows From Past to ‘Present’ CEG Gears Up for ConExpo 1975 These ConExpo articles were published in Construction Equipment Guide (CEG) on Feb. 5, 1975. These and other ConExpo articles to follow will be part of a continuing series that take a look back at ConExpos past through the reporting of CEG. We hope you enjoy these retros as much as we did searching for them deep in our archives.

Fifty years ago, in 1925, when the first formal road show was conducted in Chicago, the crowd of approximately 15,000 people was thought to be spectacular. Now, a half century later, the ConExpo, formally known as the Road Show, is anticipating a Chicago crowd of at least 150,000 to wander through the International Amphitheatre and McCormick Place to view practically every piece of construction equipment that is manufactured in the world. The first known road show was actually nothing more than a trade show conducted in Chicago in 1909 — at least these are the earliest available records of a meeting of this type. In 1925, the first major show was held in Chicago and was repeated again in 1926. In those years, crowds of 15,000 to 16,000 were considerable and the exhibit area available at that time was less than 100,000 square feet, which by today’s standards would only accommodate the three largest exhibitors at this year’s ConExpo. The early 1930s precluded any shows because of the condition of the economy, but by 1936 the construction industry association felt more confident and conducted a show in Cleveland. With over 14,000 visitors in attendance it made the show a great success. In 1938 another show was staged, using both indoor and outdoor space, also in Cleveland. The success of that year’s show provided the impetus to stage a show in San Francisco in 1939 to tie in with the Golden Gate Exposition. The advent of World War II prevented any road shows until 1948, when a show was held back in Chicago for the first time since 1926. That year’s production was staged at Soldier Field in Chicago and was the first totally outdoor show and also was the last summer time show that the association ever attempted. Regardless of the conditions, however, the magnitude of the show far exceeded any previous ones. It was at this show that there was in excess of a million square feet of exhibit space available, with over 75 percent of this used for equipment exhibits. It also was the first time that all exhibitors had as much space as they cared to use and the city of Chicago also had enough accommodations for

all of the visitors. After the 1948 success, the association changed their name to CIMA and scheduled the next road show for Chicago in February of 1957. Once again, even though it was nine years after the last voyage to Chicago, the show proved to be tremendously successful. The number of exhibitors and visitors, as well as the size of equipment on display, was larger than anything previously staged. However at this time it also became apparent that as the show got bigger, the cost and money involved was getting to be enormous. Regardless of the cost, the 1957 show was a huge success and as a result, 1963 was scheduled for the date

of the next show. The 1963 show was even bigger as the Amphitheatre, the largest exhibition hall in the country, was once again utilized. This show was the biggest ever and proved one thing … that the preparations, the costs and the time involved for such a show meant that a long period of preparation time had to be granted to all the exhibitors. The board at that time resolved on a six-year interval between shows. This would provide the industry, construction equipment manufacturers and their engineering departments with an adequate amount of time to develop and announce new equipment. It was at this time that the theme of the show was changed to ConExpo and 1969 was scheduled for the next show. The 1969 show turned more international in flavor as countries from all over the world were represented by well over 10,000 overseas visitors to Chicago. The ConExpo ’69 registered 124,000 guests and exhibitors invested an estimated $100 million, including the value of the equipment on display, cost of exhibits and the preparation and staging expenses of the show. Of the $100 million, approximately 60 percent was the cost of all the equipment on display. ConExpo ’75, which will be staged February 9 through the 14, will be housed in two buildings as the 1969 show was. The International Amphitheatre will be open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and McCormick


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Evil Knievel’s ill-fated rocket hung from a crane in McCormick Place.

Place will be open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. As to exhibitors, it could very briefly and correctly be stated that everyone will be there. As far as the major exhibitors are concerned, the dominating space of ConExpo ’75 will be taken by JI Case, Caterpillar Tractor Co., Clark Equipment Co., John Deere, Fiat-Allis, International Harvester, Challenge Cook, Poclain, Terex, MasseyFerguson, and Wabco, to mention a few. The exhibitors will number in excess of 200, to give you a good idea of the scope of this year’s ConExpo. In addition to equipment, you can also expect to see an extravaganza that will rival some Broadway productions. The entertainment will range from movies to miniature models of equipment working from computers and also being worked by electronics from nearby remote units. A laser manufacturer will give free training in leveling their laser units, the manufacturer of a large rear dump will allow you to lounge in the bed of the truck and listen to some narrators discuss the features of the vehicle. Various entertainers will be utilized including an ESP mental telepathy act, magicians will be on hand, as well as famous entertainers, athletes, and others who will all contribute to the construction industry on parade. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG Coming next issue: ConExpo ’75 Showcases the Latest, Greatest in Equipment.

(Editor’s note: This article was published in CEG Feb. 19, 1975.) ConExpo, the show everyone involved in the construction equipment industry has been waiting for, opened this past week in Chicago. Held every six years by CIMA, ConExpo is the world’s largest privately sponsored indoor trade show. The doors opened as Mayor Richard Daley cut the ribbon and the crowd poured in. And a crowd it was as 75,000 braved sub-zero temperatures on opening day to see and marvel at the latest developments in construction equipment. It was the largest opening day crowd in the 50year history of ConExpo and it didn’t stop there. By Monday night, only the second day of the event, the crowd had exceeded the most optimistic predictions of 125,000 for the entire week. The crowd was as varied as it was large, ranging from the mid-western excavator in his working clothes to some dressed in cowboy hats and boots, while others were in their Wall Street business suits; it seemed that all types of people came to see the exhibits. Over 15,000 people came from overseas representing about 80 countries. England, Europe, Japan, Australia, the Middle East and even some communist countries were among the many represented. There was plenty to see — 230 exhibitors displayed the latest in construction equipment, methods and accessories, for every segment of the construction industry. Thousands of pieces of equipment ranging in weight from many pounds to many hundreds of tons, were on exhibit in the two halls, McCormick Place and the International Amphitheatre, that offered over two million feet of space. The total value of the equipment on display was in excess of $150 million. The display was awesome. One of the attractions was a huge rubber-tire loader with a 24 cu. yd. bucket. It was so big it had to be displayed out of doors — a tall man could easily walk under it. Some manufacturers such as Fiat-Allis, John Deere and Massey Ferguson entered the heavy crawler market with many new models. The big scoop bucket was featured on several of the many excavators displayed. Articulated graders, huge rubber-tire loaders, a large electronic wheel dozer, all types of cranes and much foreign

made equipment were just some of the fascinating exhibits. The exhibitors themselves put on a first-class show. In addition to the dazzling array of equipment there were other attractions to pep up the weary eye. Shows, movies, comedy sketches, and stars all had a part in making this a great event. Football players, coaches and golfers were on hand to help promote. Jack Nicklaus, George Blanda, Ken Stabler, Roger Staubach and Don Shula were all there. Evil Knievel’s ill-fated rocket hung from a crane in McCormick Place. The show had to be seen to be experienced and its success encourages an optimistic outlook for the future. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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1989 Deere 410C, EROPS, Std Hoe, Heat ....................$22,000

2008 Cat D6T LGP, EROPS, A/C, Straight Blade ..........$199,500

1987 New Holland 555B, EROPS, Std Hoe, 8028 Hrs ..$15,000

2008 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, A/C, SU Blade....................$210,000

1982 Deere 310AD, EROPS, Std Hoe, 3922 Hrs ............$9,500

2008 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, Sweeps, SU Blade ............$199,000 2008 Cat D6T XW, EROPS, A/C, Heat, SU Blade..........$242,500

2012 Kobelco SK170, EROPS, Heat, A/C ....................$145,000

WHEEL LOADERS

2008 Cat D6N LGP, EROPS, A/C, 6way, 3620 Hrs ......$149,000

2012 Sany SY135C, EROPS, Pattern Changer ..............$89,500

2012 Kawasaki 95Z-7, EROPS, A/C,Ride Control........$395,000

2008 Cat D6N LGP, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3109 Hrs ........$149,000

2011 Kobelco SK295, EROPS, Std Arm, 732 Hrs........$179,000

2012 Kawasaki 65ZV-2, EROPS, QC, Ride Control ....$155,500

2008 Kobelco SK350, EROPS, Thumb, Heat, 4330 Hrs..............

2012 Kawasaki 45ZV-2, EROPS, A/C, QC, 4WD............$71,500

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2012 Kawasaki 70TMC-2, EROPS,A/C, Heat ..............$162,500

2008 Kobelco SK260, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 2542 Hrs....$108,500

2012 Kawasaki 90Z-7, EROPS, QC, A/C, Heat ............$295,000

2008 Kobelco SK260LR, EROPS, Long Reach ............$119,000

2011 Case 621E, EROPS, QC, A/C, Heat, 18 Hrs ........$139,500

2007 Kobelco SK350, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3656 Hrs....$129,500

2010 Kawasaki 80ZV-2, Ride Control, 601 Hrs, A/C ..$155,000

2012 Sany SY215, EROPS, Aux Hyd, 32 Hrs ..............$122,500

2008 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 4367 Hrs ..........$210,000 2007 Cat D6T XW, EROPS, SU Blade, 3985 Hrs..........$199,000 2007 Cat D6T XL, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 4279Z Hrs ........$189,000 2007 Cat D6K LGP, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Sweeps ..........$124,500 2006 Komatsu D61EX-15, EROPS, 6way, 4931 Hrs ....$105,000 2006 Cat D6N LGP, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3644 Hrs ........$112,000

2007 Kobelco SK210, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 3294 Hrs......$87,500 2007 Kobelco SK135, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 2394 Hrs......$63,500

2008 Deere 624J, EROPS, QC, 3rd Valve, 5516 Hrs ..$145,000

2004 Cat D6R XW, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3829 Hrs ........$170,000 2003 Cat D6R XW, EROPS, 6way, Weighted Hitch ........$98,000

2007 NH W190B, EROPS, Ride Control, 2667 Hrs ......$109,500

2001 Cat D6R XL, EROPS, SU Blade, Long Track ............$CALL

2006 Kawasaki 95ZV, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 5613 Hrs ....$169,500

1987 Cat D6H, OROPS, SU Blade, 24” Shoes ..............$49,000

2003 Komatsu WA180-MC3, EROPS, A/C, Heat............$58,500

1998 Cat D6M XL, EROPS, A/C, Heat ............................$63,000

1999 Cat 950G, EROPS, Heat, A/C ................................$75,000

1975 Cat D7G, Open Sweeps, New Undercarriage ........$55,000

1998 Deere 644H, EROPS, Heat, A/C ............................$70,000

1974 Dresser TD15C, OROPS, SU Blade ......................$16,500

2006 Kobelco SK330, EROPS, Long Reach, 3925 Hrs$139,500 2006 Kobelco SK160, EROPS, Aux Hyd, Thumb ..........$73,000 2006 Komatsu PC200, EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3745 Hrs ....$96,500 2004 Kobelco SK210, EROPS, A/C, Heat ......................$65,000 2003 Kobelco SK160, EROPS, Thumb, 5306 Hrs..........$56,500 1986 Cat IT18, EROPS, QC, A/C, Heat, 9322 Hrs ..........$25,000 2001 Kobelco SK210, EROPS, Heat, 5460 Hrs..............$55,000

COMPACTORS 1983 Case W20B, EROPS, 4in1 Bucket, 7662 Hrs ........$16,000

1998 Komatsu PC220, EROPS, Long Reach, 5957 Hrs $55,000

LOADER / BACKHOES

2007 Dynapac CA150PD, Single Drum, 129 Hrs ..........$55,000

MINI EXCAVATORS

2006 Bomag BW177PDH, 66” Padfoot, 325 Hrs ..........$44,000 2006 Bomag BW177PDH-3, 66” Padfoot, 100 Hrs ......$46,500

2012 Deere 310SK, EROPS, 4WD, Heat, A/C 8units ........$CALL 2010 Cat 450E, EROPS, 4WD, Aux Hyd, 206 Hrs..........$89,000

2012 Kobelco SK55SR, EROPS, 4 way blade, 4 units ..$64,000 2005 Bomag BW177PDH-3, 66” Padfoot, 766 Hrs ......$39,000 2012 Kobelco SK55SR, OROPS, 4 way blade ..................$CALL 2005 I-R SD100D-TF, OROPS, Single Drum, 659 Hrs ..$57,000

2008 Cat 420E, EROPS, 4WD, X-Hoe, 359 Hrs ............$70,000

2012 Kobelco SK35SR-5, EROPS, Heat, Aux Hyd............$CALL

2008 JCB 4CX, EROPS, 4WD, X-Hoe, 953 Hrs..............$81,000

2012 Kobelco SK80CS-2, EROPS, Aux Hyd, 310 Hrs....$85,500

2005 I-R SD70D, OROPS, 66” Smooth drum, 1300 Hrs$43,000

2008 JCB 3CX, EROPS, 4WD, Aux Hyd, 362 Hrs ..........$63,000

2012 Sany SY75, EROPS, Aux Hyd, 2 units ..................$67,500

2004 I-R SD70D, OROPS, 66” Smooth drum, 2396 Hrs$35,000

2006 Cat 420E, EROPS, 4WD, X-Hoe, 3163 Hrs ..........$57,500

2009 Kobelco SK35SR-5, EROPS, Aux Hyd, 926 Hrs ..$29,000

2004 HyPac C832C, OROPS, 68” Padfoot, 1207 Hrs ....$33,500

2005 Deere 310G, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 1978 Hrs ..........$35,000

2008 Kobelco SK80CS-1, EROPS, Blade, 829 Hrs ........$53,000

1989 Dynapac CA15PDB, OROPS, Blade, 4144 Hrs......$18,500

2005 Bomag BW177PDH-3, 66” Padfoot, 667 Hrs ......$41,000


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Kobelco USA Holds Successful Dealer Meeting in Texas Kobelco Construction Machinery USA recently held a dealer meeting at the Woodland’s Resort and Conference Center in The Woodlands, Texas. The meeting started on July 8 and ended the morning of July 10. Forty-three Kobelco dealers were represented at the event by nearly 100 attendees. “Given the rather recent relaunch of our brand, we are extremely pleased with the turnout at our first official dealer gathering,” said Ron Hargrave, vice president of marketing and sales of Kobelco Construction Machinery USA. Following an opening night reception and networking event the evening of July 8, was the company’s official ribbon cutting ceremony to its new U.S. Dealers participated in a traditional sake barrel ceremony. headquarters in Houston the next mornPete Morita, president and CEO of react quickly to the needs of your local maring. After the ribbon cutting, dealers were given tours of Kobelco’s new offices and Kobelco Construction Machinery USA, ketplace. We will work with you one on one parts distribution warehouse. The balance of specifically addressed how Kobelco will to develop win-win situations so that we can the day was educational, with dealers learn- work with dealers in each of their designated jointly grow Kobelco’s market share and become a market leader.” ing more about the company’s long term territories. “Our goal is to work with and listen to Though packed with information, the goals, its global approach and its approach as it relates specifically to gaining market share each and every Kobelco dealer to help meeting also provided plenty of time for in North America. Additional time was ded- improve Kobelco excavators and our inter- networking. The night of July 9 was all icated to discussions surrounding product nal processes so that we can provide the about having a little fun. Kobelco kicked development, marketing, customer service, equipment your customers want and need. off a group dinner with a traditional sake We are flexible and nimble and we want to barrel ceremony. Select dealers were asked warranty, order management and parts.

to participate by beating three wooden barrels open with a wooden mallet. Once open, the barrels signified a fresh start for Kobelco in North America. Dealers toasted Kobelco’s new beginning with the sake inside the barrels. Following dinner, dealers participated in a casino night. The meeting wrapped up with a golf outing on the morning of July 10. “The event had such positive energy from start to finish. That energy stemmed from Kobelco executives who flew in from overseas, to our Kobelco USA employees to each and every dealer who willingly participated in the meeting. This is such a wonderful and exciting time for the company. Dealers are genuinely thrilled to have the true Kobelco back in the United States and Canada. Our passion for innovation and single line focus is something that has been missed by the industry for a very long time,” said George Lumpkins, product marketing manager. For more information, call 281-888-8430 or visit www.Kobelco-USA.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

SDLG Wheel Loaders Bring Strength, Stability, Simplicity SDLG North America has introduced the LG938L and LG959 wheel loaders, with 2.4 and 4.0 cu. yds. (1.8 and 3.1 cu m) bucket capacity respectively, for secondary and supporting applications. The LG938L and LG959 are the first models in the SDLG construction equipment product offering to be made available in North America. The easy-to-operate wheel loaders are particularly well-suited to material production facilities, site preparation and maintenance yards demanding cost-effective, reliable performance from mid-sized wheel loaders in support of their primary operations, according to the manufacturer. LG938L With an operating weight of 23,150 lb. (10,500 kg), the LG938L wheel loader offers the strength to fulfill multiple load and carry applications. With a standard bucket capacity of 2.4 cu. yds. (1.8 cu m), the LG938L is rated to load and carry up to 6,000 lb. (2,720 kg) of material. The wheel loader has a maximum breakout force of 16,410 lbf (73 kN) with a static tipping load at full turn of 14,860 lb. (6,740 kg). When equipped with the optional long boom, the maximum breakout force is 15,290 lbf (68 kN) with a rated full-turn tip-

ping load of 13,500 lb. (6,120 kg). The LG938L is powered by a Tier IVicertified Deutz TCD 6.1 L6 turbocharged, water-cooled engine. Cooled gas recirculation technology in the engine includes a diesel particulate filter (DPF) with automatic, active regeneration, a technology in which the DPF temporarily holds the particulate matter and then incinerates it, further reducing emissions. The process maximizes uptime, occurring without any loss of performance of the wheel loader or efficiency of the engine. The engine generates 160 gross hp (120 kW) and 142 net hp (106 kW). Maintenance on the LG938L is made simple with easy-to-replace dry disc brakes and 17.5-in. (44 cm) bias ply tires. To meet operator preference or machine application, radial tires are available as an option. The LG938L includes a 12-month, 1,500hour warranty.

ic tipping load at full turn of 22,490 lb. (10,200 kg). When equipped with the optional long boom, the wheel loader’s maximum breakout force is 32,820 lbf (146 kN) and rated full-turn tipping load is 20,240 lb. (9,180 kg). The LG959 is equipped with a Deutz D7E LAE3 turbocharged, water-cooled engine meeting Tier III emission requirements. The engine generates maximum output of 224 gross hp (167 kW) and 194 net hp (145 kW). Standard-equipped with 23.5-in. (60 cm) bias ply tires, the LG959 wheel loader features industryleading wet disc brakes. Radial tires are optional. The LG959 includes a 12month, 1,500-hour warranty.

LG959 The LG959 wheel loader, with an operating weight of 38,250 lb. (17,350 kg), has a standard bucket capacity of 4.0 cu. yds. (3.1 cu m) rated to load and carry 10,000 lb. (4,535 kg) of material. The LG959 generates a maximum breakout force of 34,170 lbf (152 kN) with a stat-

Reliability SDLG wheel loaders include standard features that make them versatile to simplify work, including an ISO-interface hydraulic quick coupler for easy attachment changeouts from inside the cab, and full-powered third function hydraulics. The load-sensing, fully hydraulic articulated steering; industry-

leading transmission; low-pressure open center hydraulics; and a reversible engine cooling fan add to the wheel loaders’ reliable performance. ROPS/FOPS cabs on SDLG wheel loaders feature floor-to-ceiling glass, joystick controls, air conditioning, radio with USB interface, and control panel functions in the most modern of operator environments.

SDLG wheel loaders are being made available through an introduction phase with selected industry-leading dealers before further expansion in North America. For more information, visit www.sdlgna.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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ARTBA Foundation Hosts 18th Annual Young Executive Development Program Forty-eight transportation design and construction industry “rising stars” came to the Nation’s Capital June 3 to 6 to participate in the American Road and Transportation Builders (ARTBA) Foundation’s 18th annual Young Executive Development Program (YEDP). The intensive, four-day program focuses on the impact the federal government has on the industry and the role ARTBA plays in shaping national transportation policy. The 2013 class marks the largest ever in ARTBA history. YEDP graduates represented more than 20 states and work in all sectors of the transportation construction industry. The YEDP program included sessions on the legislative

and regulatory processes, infrastructure financing, economics, environmental issues, grassroots training and industry innovation. Participants heard from industry leaders such as Kathy Ruffalo, government affairs consultant and former commissioner of the National Surface Transportation Infrastructure Financing Commission, on future challenges to the nation’s infrastructure, and Doug Black, president and COO, Oldcastle Inc., on leadership and business acumen. The program was held in conjunction with the association’s annual Federal Issues Program and Transportation Construction Coalition, enabling YEDP fellows to participate in meetings with their congressional representatives and discuss funding challenges facing the Highway Trust Fund.

The 2013 YEDP fellows were: • Dario Alvarez, regional sales manager, Plastic Safety Systems Inc., Cleveland, Ohio • Matthew Arp, project manager, Wright Brothers Construction Company Inc., Charleston, Tenn. • Andrew Barash, senior project engineer, CH2M HILL, Seattle, Wash. • Christopher Benson, project manager/operations leader, CH2M HILL, Sacramento, Calif. • Christopher Berger, consultant, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Washington, D.C. • Matthew Bignell, government bid department supervisor, 3M, St. Paul, Minn. • Jay Burleson, director of membership and communications, Florida Transportation Builders Association, Tallahassee, Fla. • Julia Capuchino, design engineer, C.C. Myers Inc., Rancho Cordova, Calif. • Kenzie Cooper, aggregates sales, Lafarge North America Inc., Timonium, Md. • Chad Critcher, vice president, national market leader design build major highway, RS&H, Charlotte, N.C. • Jason Dahlvik, senior associate/project manager, H.W. Lochner, Tampa, Fla. • Charles Dewey, project manager, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Tampa , Fla. • T.J. Dixon, estimator/project manager, LoJac Enterprises, Hermitage, Tenn. • Rachael Elmore, co-owner/manager, Edge Construction, Tremont, Miss. • Jason Estes, project manager, Granite Construction Company, Broomfield, Colo. • Jihane Fazio, project manager, AECOM, Philadelphia, Pa. • Joseph Fazio, division leader/project manager, TranSystems, Philadelphia, Pa. • Miguel Fernandez, plant manager, CEMEX USA, Miami, Fla. • James Gregg, project manager, HNTB Corporation, Baton Rouge, La. • Mike Hahn, project manager, Lunda Construction Company, Black River Falls, Wis. • Robert Harms, chief executive officer, George Harms Construction Co. Inc., Farmingdale, N.J. • Heather Heindel, associate, Kilpatrick Townsend, Atlanta, Ga. • Michael Hutchinson, senior project manager, HNTB Corporation, Austin, Texas • Conner Jensch, project engineer, Hoffman Construction Company, Black River Falls, Wis. • David Jeong, associate professor, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa • Bradford Johnson, project manager, CDM Smith, Lexington, Ky. • David Johnson, project sponsor, Kiewit Infrastructure South Co., Peachtree City, Ga. • Jason Keen, assistant controller, Lehman-Roberts Company, Memphis, Tenn. • Jason Kerby, D&C manager, NTE Mobility Partners, North Richland Hills, Texas • Meridith Krebs, lead environmental planner, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Nashville, Tenn. • Caleb Linn, project manager, PCL Civil Constructors, Chesapeake, Va. • Megan K. MacLaughlin-Barck, president/ owner, Larson Construction Co. Inc., Chippewa Falls, Wis. • James Maloney, vice president, Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. • Lucas Olson, central regional streetcar director, HDR Engineering, Minneapolis, Minn. • Gina Parker, program marketing specialist, 3M, St. Paul, Minn. • John Payne, area construction manager, Rogers Group Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. • Shane Petersen, senior vice president and district manager, Kiewit Infrastructure West Co., Vancouver, Wash. • Robert Plumb, west coast regional manager, ORAFOL Reflective Solutions Americas, Avon, Conn. • Michael Prince, project manager, Wright Brothers Construction Company Inc., Charleston, Tenn. • Andrew Rogers, estimator/project manager, Granite Construction Company, Tucson, Ariz. • Edward Rottmann, rental operations coordinator, Stowers Machinery Corporation, Knoxville, Tenn. • Brett Shankles, project manager, Bryant Contracting Inc., Toano, Va. • Paul Silberman, director of transportation planning, Sabra, Wang & Associates Inc., Columbia, Md. • Tony Skulick, sales manager, CEMEX USA, El Dorado Hills, Calif. • Christopher Sweat, construction manager, Smith Seckman Reid Inc., Elizabethon, Tenn. • Cecily Way, lead transportation planner, Parsons Brinckerhoff, San Diego, Calif. • Justin Wilson, executive vice president, Wilson & Associates P.C., Franklin, Tenn. • Carol Wynperle, supervising engineer, Parsons Brinckerhoff, New York, N.Y. For more information, visit www.artba.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Hines will be responsible for locating parts and fulfilling parts orders and for providing customers and dealers with pricing, availability and lead times. He will assist with inventory control and the overall dayto-day operation of Kobelco’s parts distribution facility in Houston, Texas.

Kobelco Appoints Hines as Technical Parts Assistant Kobelco Construction Machinery USA appointed Dennis Hines as a technical parts assistant in support of the brand’s relaunch in North America. Hines brings with him to Kobelco more than 20 years of industry specific parts and technical service experience. Although this position is new to Hines, the Kobelco brand is not. He served as a parts technician for Kobelco from 1988 to 2003. Returning to the company in a similar position ensures he’ll be able to pick up where he left off. “Having the opportunity to rejoin Kobelco’s parts and service team is a great honor,” said Hines. “As a former employee, I am looking forward to once again being part of an organization that is driven by passion; Passion for its people, its products, its service and its customers. Parts and service is so critical in this industry. Kobelco understands that. It’s ingrained in the company culture on every level.” Hines will be responsible for locating parts and fulfilling parts orders and for providing customers and dealers with pricing, availability and lead times. He will assist with inventory control and the overall day-to-day operation of Kobelco’s parts distribution facility in Houston, Texas. “Dennis has a long history and proven track record as a parts assistant,” said George Lumpkins, product marketing manager of Kobelco. “His skills and experience in the industry will benefit our service department tremendously.” For more information, visit www.Kobelco-USA.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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On-Slab Drills Offer Variety Annual Towmaster Event of Dowel Pin Applications Continues Winning Streak The Minnich A-1C and A-2C on-slab from Minnich’s global network of distribudrills are ideal for a variety of dowel pin tors and feature the following models: drilling applications. With a total of four • A-1C-24 models available in the A-1C (single drill) • A-1C-30 series, plus the versatile A-2C double drill • A-1C-36 model, contractors can easily choose the • A-1C-48 proper on-slab drill for any project, according to the manufacturer. A-2C On-Slab Double Drill “On-slab drills offer a smart alternative to The A-2C, like its single drill counterpart, drilling dowel pin holes when it’s important allows drilling in horizontal, vertical and 35to leave the subgrade untouched,” said Todd degree stitch positions, making it a highly Jurjevic, sales and marketing director of Minnich. “Equipped with a steering wheel to enhance operator accuracy and control, our on-slab models are making a big impact with road builders.” The most popular model in the series requires a minimum cutout width of 48 in. (122 cm) to allow the drilling apparatus to align with the edge of the slab. The units in the A-1C and A2C product lines can reach a maximum drill depth of 18 in. (46 cm) with an under collar drill steel length of 24 in. (61 cm). The powerful and efficient A-1C and A-2C models require 92.2 SCFM and 90 PSIG in terms of pneumatic power, and the drills can be equipped with an optional dust collection system to reduce debris on the job site. Another well-received feature on the A-1C and A-2C drills is the automatic shutoff The Minnich A-1C and A-2C on-slab drills are ideal for feature. This function a variety of dowel pin drilling applications. increases the life of the drill by minimizing the frequency of dry-firing on versatile machine. Designed with productivthe job site. ity in mind, the A-2C cuts operating time roughly in half due to the incorporation of A-1C On-Slab Single Drill the second drill, according to the manufacThe A-1C units have an operating weight turer. Additionally, the A-2C is equipped of 670 lbs. (304 kg), and feature adjustable with a larger oiler for reduced maintenance, drill height and depth. They also operate in and the drill height and depth are adjustable three positions; horizontal, vertical, and at a at the shift of a lever from the easy-to-use, 35-degree stitch. Furthermore, they are capa- on-slab operator’s panel. ble of skew drilling for special applications. The A-2C is capable of drilling a distance The A-1C on-slab series come standard from the top of the slab ranging from 1.5 to with urethane-filled, flat-proof tires to ensure 11.75 in. job site productivity. The models in the A-1C For more information, visit www.minline have a drilling distance from the top of nich-mfg.com. the slab ranging from 1.5 to 11.75 in. (3.8 to (This story also can be found on 30 cm). Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at The A-1C series product line is available www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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ARTBA Inducts Members to Transportation Hall of Frame One of America’s top engineers, an asphalt equipment manufacturing innovator, a 40-year New Jersey construction association executive and the founder of a leading engineering firm were inducted June 3 into the 2013 American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) Foundation’s “Transportation Development Hall of Fame.” Launched in 2010, the Hall honors individuals or families from the public and private sectors who have made extraordinary contributions to U.S. transportation development during their careers. A committee of judges comprised of nine construction industry journalists reviewed the nominees in two categories: Transportation Design & Construction Industry Innovators: Honors the men and women who discovered or created a “game changing” product or process that significantly advanced transportation design, construction and/or safety. It seeks to honor the original innovator. • J. Don Brock, founder of Astec Industries in Chattanooga, Tenn. Brock founded Astec Industries in 1972, creating a company that “builds the equipment that moves America and the world from rock-to-road and beneath.” The pioneering products and technologies he personally developed — he is the holder of more than 90 U.S. and foreign patents on construction machinery and drying equipment — have touch virtually every phase of road building and related construction activity. In the process, he helped make our roads and equipment safer and more efficient, durable, environment friendly and profitable. Today, Astec Industries is a leading manufacturer of equipment for asphalt road building, aggregate processing, pipeline and utility trenching, oil, gas and water well drilling and wood processing, offering more than 200 products. Brock serves as executive chairman of the Astec board of directors. In 2012, the ARTBA Foundation’s TransOvation workshop and awards program were renamed in his honor. The event was created for the specific purposes of fostering innovative thinking within the transportation design and construction industry and publicly recognizing its proven innovators. The name plays off the meanings of three words — “transportation,” “innovation” and “ovation.” It includes an annual two-and-a-half day workshop led by worldrenowned innovators from both within and outside our industry and an annual awards program.

• Othmar Hermann Ammann (posthumously), founder of Ammann & Whitney Consulting Engineers, now based in New York. Believed to be the greatest bridge builder of the 20th century, Ammann’s innovative genius was his ability to anticipate future challenges. Born in Switzerland, Ammann came to New York in 1904, where his gift for long span bridge design and forward thinking matched perfectly with the city’s need to

Bridge, which took into account the curvature of the earth and was the longest suspension bridge in the world for almost 20 years, Ammann pushed the limits of possibility to deliver functional, forward-thinking and awe inspiring structures that today define America’s landscape. Transportation Design & Construction Industry Leaders (Individuals or Families): Recognizes men, women and families who have made significant contributions —

Highway Advisory Council, co-chair of the ARTBA-AASHTO-AGC Joint Committee, and current trustee on the ARTBA Foundation. He also was co-chairman of the ARTBA “TEA-21 Task Force,” which developed the association’s legislative blueprint for the surface transportation reauthorization bill — SAFETEA-LU — signed by President Bush in August 2005. • Bob Briant Sr., (posthumously), the long-time CEO of the Utility & Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey, in Allenwood. Briant was a New Jersey construction industry legend and tireless advocate. In 1972, he was named the first full-time executive director of the fledgling Utility Contractors Association of New Jersey. He was guided by a simple principle: his organization should be the home for “those who strive to be the best.” In the early 1980s, as chief executive officer, he saw a major market development opportunity for his members, added the “T” to the association’s name and became the state chapter affiliate of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association. Briant spearheaded the development of programs and services that made UTCA a full-service association. In the process, the organization grew to include more than 1,100 members. He served as chairman and treasurer of the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust (NJEIT). Under his leadership, NJEIT began by issuing $50 million in low interest loans annually to local municipalities and sewer authorities to help them improve their systems. Today more than $500 million in annual loans are routinely available to the agencies. Briant helped start and served as chairman of the national Cleanwater Construction Coalition, a group that pushed for federal legislation to increase investment in water and wastewater infrastructure. He retired in 2006 and passed away at the beginning of 2013. The 2012 Hall of Fame class, announced last November, also was inducted during the June 3 dinner and included: • Innovator: Harry Heltzer, former chairman and chief executive officer of 3M Company (posthumously); and • Leader: James R. Madara, senior vice president of Gannett Fleming in Allentown, Pa. For more information, visit www.artba.org.

Launched in 2010 the Hall honors individuals or families from the public and private sectors who have made extraordinary contributions to U.S. transportation development during their careers.

connect its five growing boroughs and the island of Manhattan to the mainland United States. Over the course of his career, Ammann was commissioned in the design and construction of more than 16 major bridge projects, founded two public port agencies and launched two private engineering firms, the latter of which, Ammann & Whitney, still stands today, 50 years after his death. His designs were the result of innovation upon innovation, culminating in record-breaking and aesthetically beautiful structures, including the iconic George Washington Bridge (GWB). Seeing the great potential of “motor-cars,” Ammann designed the GWB with future needs in mind. Originally constructed with six lanes and two sidewalks, Ammann left a 32-ft. wide unpaved strip in the center of the GWB and provided enough capacity to accommodate a second, lower roadway, which were both utilized, in 1946 and 1958 respectively. At the time of its completion, it was the longest bridge span in the world. Until about the time of the GWB, bridge approaches were constructed such that traffic fed directly into local street networks. Recognizing that a distribution system of ramps and connecting roadways would be needed to disperse traffic, Ammann provided some of these more complex connections, and provided the capacity for even more, into his design of the GWB. From the monolithic plate steel on the Bronx-Whitestone towers, to the innovative truss system of the Verrazano-Narrows

beyond just having successful businesses or careers — that have notably helped advance the interests and image of the transportation design, construction and safety industry. • Gene McCormick, a senior vice president of Parsons Brinckerhoff in Naples, Fla. McCormick, a registered professional engineer, has nearly 50 years of varied transportation experience, encompassing planning, design, construction and operations in both the public and private sectors. He has been Parsons Brinckerhoff’s (PB) principalin-charge or project manager on highway, bridge and airport projects across America and the world. He spent nearly seven years as project manager during the design and construction activities relating to the new 12lane Woodrow Wilson Bridge near Washington, D.C. The $2.5 billion project was on time and on budget. Prior to joining PB, McCormick had a distinguished career in public service. From 1989 to 1993, he was Federal Highway deputy administrator under President George H.W. Bush. He spearheaded development of the Bush Administration’s highway/transit reauthorization proposal, signed into law in 1991 and known as the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act. McCormick also spent 25 years with the Illinois Department of Transportation, serving as deputy transportation secretary and director of the office of planning and programming. His ARTBA leadership positions put him in an elite class: 2005 chairman, senior vice chairman, first vice chairman, northeastern region vice chairman, chairman of the

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Atlas Copco Releases New Line of Bucket Crushers

A Terex dozer blade, attached to a Terex compact track loader, gives precision control and visibility for a wide range of earthmoving and site prep applications.

Terex Attachments Work With Compact Track Loaders Using compact track loaders with different attachments can revolutionize a small business, enabling it to bid on larger projects and to work in all weather and ground conditions. By carefully selecting the right attachments, customers can maximize their profits — the attachments pay for themselves. Because compact track loaders use the same attachments (buckets, dozer blades, mulchers, augers, trenchers, levelers, box rakes, snow blowers, backhoes, etc.) and perform in the same applications as skid steers (construction, landscaping, rental forestry and agricultural applications), the most distinct advantage of a compact track loader (CTL) is its maneuverability in adverse ground conditions. CTLs provide exceptional operation in muddy or snowy conditions where skid steers would not be able to work at all. Dozer blades are an excellent example of an attachment that normally isn’t used with skid steers due to their limited tractive effort, according to Terex. A compact track loader has an advantage over a skid steer for dozing especially on uneven terrain, slopes, and muddy or snowy

ground conditions, which can be very challenging and tough on skid steer loaders. CTLs are designed and built to handle these types of conditions. Most operators start out by hitting the high points in the first passes so that they have a more even surface to work on for completing the finish grade. A Terex dozer blade, attached to a Terex compact track loader, gives precision control and visibility for a wide range of earthmoving and site prep applications. The Terex loader’s traction, flotation and stability enables you to work in ground conditions that prevents other machines — even other compact track loaders — from working at all, according to the manufacturer. Two different models match the blade to the width of the machine. Hydraulic connections for power tilt and angle are via quick disconnect fittings to the machine’s low flow auxiliary hydraulics. Control of power tilt and angle are via switches integrated in the machine’s right-hand joystick. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Atlas Copco has Atlas Copco’s BC 3500 bucket crusher is added a line of bucket one of four new bucket crushers added crushers to its silent to Atlas Copco’s silent demolition demolition tool range of tool line. hydraulic attachments. Rig-mounted bucket crushers solve job site waste management issues by recycling asphalt, stone and concrete debris as well as mine, quarry and trench material. The recycled material may be reused on site or sold to third parties. The new line became available July 1. In addition to the environmental benefits of recycling, Atlas Copco BC-model hydraulic bucket crushers reduce the overall cost of a job by reducing the amount of equipment needed on site and saving on transportation and dump site expenses. They are designed for use at all our customers a lower total cost of ownerconstruction, demo or trenching work sites ship,” said Keith Becker, product development specialist of Atlas Copco hydraulic and are even effective in tight workspaces. The four new Atlas Copco bucket crush- attachments. “The total cost of ownership is ers were engineered with a wide aperture the sum of all costs generated by a piece of bucket and large capacity. The output size equipment throughout its lifetime, where the easily adjusts from 0.5 to 4.75 in. (1.3 to 12 upfront investment only represents a minor cm) or from 0.5 to 4 in. (1.3 to 10 cm) in portion of the total cost. Our approach the BC 1500. The bucket jaws, which assures our customers of a more profitable receive the most wear, can be inverted. The business over time.” The models range in weight from 3,307 to top and bottom jaws can be replaced or single jaws can be rotated by 180 degrees to 10,803 lbs. (1,500 to 4,900 kg) and may be provide for more even wear and longer used on carrier classes from 26,455 to service life. With just two grease points, 132,277 lbs. (12,000 to 60,000 kg). For more information, visit they require a relatively low level of maintenance; Atlas Copco specifies a 30-hour www.atlascopco.us. (This story also can be found on greasing interval. “Like all our hydraulic attachments, the Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at new bucket crushers are designed to deliver www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Allu System Stabilizes Soil Using Three Components The Allu stabilization system consists of three components that increase the strength and dynamic stiffness of soft soil in order to improve its engineering characteristics and to remediate contaminated soil. The first component is the Allu PMX power mixer, a versatile hydraulic accessory for excavators that mixes up to 23 ft. (7 m) deep. The second is the Allu PF pressure feeder, which injects the binder agent via hoses into the ground. The third component is the Allu DAC data acquisition control system, which measures, controls and provides data during the stabilization project. The mass stabilization method used by the Allu stabilization system is a quick, cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution The PMX power mixer, PF pressure feeder and DAC data acquisition control system make up the Allu stabiliztion system. that improves soft soils by which is used for feeding dry binders, is required mixing binder into clay, peat, mud or mounted on a trailer that enables easy trans• Imports of new material is greatly dredged sediments in comparison to tradi- portation from one place to another. This reduced tional methods of piling or soil replacement. means lower mobilization costs and • Treated material can be placed under It also can be used in treatment of contami- enables cost-effective stabilization projects structures nated soils by encapsulating contaminants on smaller job sites. • Site traffic and impact on the environwithin the ground and preventing migration The Allu DAC data acquisition control ment is reduced to the surrounding areas, according to the system measures, controls and reports the • Low operating costs manufacturer. feeding operation and enables control of the • Homogenous mixture, unlike other The Allu PMX power mixer effectively whole stabilization system, making it user- methods handles various difficult materials like clay friendly, and allows the facility to transfer • A wide variety of strengths are possible in different forms, peat, sludge, mud and data onto other computers. Thus, the work • By-products from industry can be used contaminated soil. It penetrates through hard done is properly documented for quality as raw materials crust layers and mixes the soils effectively control purposes. For more information, call 800/939-2558 based on the intelligent positioning of the The Allu Stabilization System provides or visit www.allu.net. drums. The drums rotate and mix material in the following benefits: (This story also can be found on a controlled way in all three different direcConstruction Equipment Guide’s Web site at • Wet site conditions can be overcome tions simultaneously, while the conical • Disposal of unsuitable soil is not www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) binder nozzle efficiently spreads binder. The hammers on the mixing drum are changeable and the straight one-piece binder tube is maintenance-friendly. The Allu PMX power mixer is equipped with automatic torque adjustment on the hydraulic motor, gear box temperature indicator and drum rotating speed indicator to ensure effective job site control. The PMX 500 model mixes up to 16.5 ft. (5 m) deep and the PMX 700 model mixes up to 23 ft. (7 m) deep. Using compressed air, the Allu PF pressure feeder injects the binding agent beneath the ground through a feeding pipe, directly to the middle of the mixing drums on the Allu PMX power mixer. The unit is mounted on a tracked chassis and is The ALLU PMX power mixer effectively remotely controlled allowing the unit to folhandles various difficult materials like low behind the lead excavator onto the site. The Allu stabilization system increases the strength and dynamic stiffness of clay in different forms, peat, sludge, The Allu PFM pressure feeder mobile, soft soil. mud and contaminated soil.


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Cat E Series Hammers for Medium, Large Excavators Offer Enhancements Caterpillar has added three new models to the E Series hammer line — H140Es, H160Es and H180Es — for use on medium and large excavators. Cat E Series hammers feature a rugged design for extended durability and solid reliability, and features such as automatic shut-off, silencing and vibration buffering make them easy on the operator. The E Series hammers are designed to be field serviceable with common hand tools to keep them operating at peak performance. Cat hammers are wholly designed, engineered and manufactured by Caterpillar and are an optimum match to Cat carriers. The three new hammers match up with Cat excavators ranging from the 324E to the 374D L. Mounting brackets are available for Cat quick couplers. The energy classes of the H140Es, H160Es and has added three new models to the E Series hammer H180Es are 6,000 ft.-lb. (8,135 J), 8,500 ft.-lb. Caterpillar line — H140Es, H160Es and H180Es — for use on medium and (11,525 J) and 12,000 ft.-lb. (16,270 J), respec- large excavators. tively. E Series hammers feature a new symmetrical housing enhance hammer durability in severe applications. The new housing is built for strength and lowers life cycle design, which allows rotating the housing 180 degrees to compensate for wear, effectively extending the life of the costs. A sleek, curved front and back profile eliminates stress housing. The lower portion incorporates rock edges that add points and transfers forces to the bottom of the hammer. protection to the housing and enable quick positioning of One-piece side plates eliminate points where cracks can boulders. An optional wear package is available to further start. The hammers are fully supported by Cat dealers so that customers can work with a single organization for machine and work tool parts and service. The E Series Hammers build on the D Series hammers, which the new hammers replace. Those features include with the excavator rock ripping automatic shut-off, which instantly stops the hammer when the tool breaks through material. The system increases ham® mer reliability and durability by eliminating the high internal stresses created by blank firing. Another feature continued in Multi-Ripper Bucket Multi-Ripper Hi-Cap each E Series hammer is the external pressure control valve, Multi-Ripper which reduces service time when an adjustment is necessary. Bucket Sound suppression is standard for environmental protection and enhanced operator comfort. Caterpillar hammer settings are preprogrammed in Cat excavator tool control systems for easy set up. The oil flow and pressure are fully adjustable in the tool control program. Also, actual hammer working hours can be recorded for routine maintenance purposes. Multi-Ripper For more information, visit Bucket www.cat.com/attachments/hammers.

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All Micro CPA drilling attachments use a high performance Montabert drifter and feature radio remote control capabilities, allowing the drilling attachment to be operated from outside the cab of the carrier and eliminating potential carrier connection issues.

Montabert’s Micro CPA Line Released in North America The Montabert Micro CPA drilling attachment is designed for use on a variety of carriers — including compact excavators, backhoe loaders and skid-steer loaders. These drilling attachments are the first of their kind in North America, but have been used all over the world in pipeline trenching, utility work, tiebacks, reinforcement and long-reach applications, according to the manufacturer. The Micro CPA H22/H25 drilling attachments, along with the Micro CPA R25/R32, are single-pass drills with a feed rotation of 45 degrees from vertical. They create holes with diameters measuring 1 to 1-3/4 in. and 1-1/4 to 3 in. (2.5 to 4.4 and 3.2 to 7.6 cm), respectively, with maximum hole lengths of 20 and 30 ft. (6 and 9 m). Both models can be mounted to carriers in the 5- to 10-ton (4.5 to 9 t) range. The Micro CPA 360 R25/R32 drilling attachments are equipped with 360-degree rotation, allowing the operator to adjust from vertical, to overhead, to horizontal drilling with ease. The R25/R32 provides a 1-3/4 to 3 in. hole diameter, with maximum hole lengths of 30 ft. and can be mounted to carriers in the 8- to 15-ton (4.5 to 13.6 t) range. All Micro CPA drilling attachments use a high performance Montabert drifter and feature radio remote control capabilities, allowing the drilling attachment to be operated from outside the cab of the carrier and eliminating potential carrier connection issues. An optional dust collector, with high suction capacity or a water injection system, is available to reduce the dust escape. In addition to requiring less initial investment than their conventional drilling counterparts, the Micro CPA drilling attachments offer the versatility of being quickly exchanged for other attachments within minutes and are more easily transportable between job sites. Backed by a vast parts, service and support system, this new line of drilling attachments will provide operators a reliable and productive drilling alternative, according to the manufacturer. For more information, visit www.montabert.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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CRANES RTL Equipment Inc. (RT-T-HC/CC-AT) www.rtlequipment.com 3000 SE Gateway Drive Grimes, IA 50111 515-986-0262 Fax: 515-986-0267 2601 120th St. NW Swisher, IA 52338 319-857-4045 Fax: 928-441-1269

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Burris Equipment Co. 2216 N. Green Bay Rd. Waukegan, IL 60087 847/336-1205 Fax 847/336-2697 27939 W. Concrete Dr. Ingleside, IL 60041 815/363-4100 Fax 815/363-4109

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2900 E. Jackson St. Macomb, IL 61455 888/360-9225

200 North St. Prophetstown, IL 61277 877/221-0881

Lano Equipment, Inc. Anoka, MN 888/448-5266 753/323-1720 Shakopee, MN 877/753-6100 952/445-6310

Corcoran, MN 888/479-4342 763/479-8200

Southeastern Equipment Co., Inc. 3333 W. Coliseum Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46808 260/483-8868 4951 West 96th Street Indianapolis, IN 46268 317/872-4877 www.southeasternequip.com


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Dynapac’s complete line of rollers and pavers combine years of experience with innovative thinking to make the job as fast, simple, and profitable as possible, from beginning to end. F1000 series pavers: t Cummins QSB 6.7 liter interim Tier 4 engine t North American styling featuring the lowest deck height in the industry at 63 inches t Easy to use control panel with one touch auto fill and cleaning modes CA2500-CA4000 single-drum vibratory rollers: t Static linear loads of 140-252 pli t Active bouncing control t Cummins or Deutz interim Tier 4 engine CP224, CP224W and CP274 pneumatic tired rollers: t Smooth start-stop system for directional changes t Wide-base tires t Air-on-the-run Built for maximum performance, ease of maintenance and lower total cost of ownership, Dynapac’s rollers and pavers will provide you with more Uptime by Design.

Diamond Equipment Inc. 1060 E. Diamond Ave. Evansville, Indiana 47711 (812) 425-4428 (800) 258-4428 Fax: (812) 421-1036 www.diamond equipment.com Terre Haute (812) 299-4747 (888) 343-4747 Fax: (812) 299-3687 Mt. Vernon (618) 242-2273 (800) 388-6396 Fax: (618) 242-9161 Bowling Green (270) 781-1061 (800) 489-1061 Fax: (270) 781-0907 Nashville (615) 641-1100 (800) 635-9454 Fax: (615) 641-1108

4100 Gardner Ave. Kansas City, MO 64120 (816) 241-9290 (816) 241-1738 www.vlpco.com Joplin (800) 878-8223 (417) 781-8222 Springfield (800) 955-2729 (417) 887-2729 Wichita (800) 878-3346 (316) 838-3346

2300 Cassens Drive Fenton, MO 63026 (636) 343-9970 www.lubyequipment.com

50 East Kingston Ave. Columbus, OH 43207 614-443-6541 www.columbusequipment.com

Cape Girardeau (573) 334-9937

Perrysburg (419) 872-7101

Springfield (217) 744-2233

Cincinnati (513) 771-3922

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(L-R, top row): Wade Edgington, Paton Heusinkvelt, Tyler Litchkey, Dylan Axline, Jeff Brandt, Charles Fitz and Troy Talbert. (middle row): Taylor Wenzl. L-R, bottom row): Keith Tempel, instructor, Southeast Community College; George Stewart; Ethan Fielder; Michael Golan; Kodey Claussen; Werner Trierweiler and Matthew Willis.

Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. • Werner Trierweiler —Sioux City, Iowa has sponsored a new class of students, who • Taylor Wenzl — Grand Island, Neb. began the 74-week Construction & Forestry • Matthew Willis — Topeka, Kan. Technology program at Southeast “We are very excited and proud to support Community College in Milford, Neb. the class of 2015. We have 14 students this The program is a partnership between session, many of which previously worked John Deere Construction & Forestry, partic- at our dealer locations, before starting their ipating John Deere dealerships, such as training at SCC,” said Rich Fawson, general Murphy Tractor, and local colleges. As a John Deere partnership program, it is designed specifically to pre- “We are very excited and proud to pare individuals for troubleshooting and repair of support the class of 2015.” construction equipment. Successful students completing curriculum receive Rich Fawson tuition reimbursement and a Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. tool allowance. Graduates are guaranteed job placement at a Murphy Tractor location and earn an associate of applied sci- manager, service of Murphy Tractor & ence degree, in John Deere Construction & Equipment Co. Inc. Forestry Technology. Names of pupils and “By teaming up with SCC and John Deere participating Murphy Tractor branches are: C&F, we provide modern schooling, tools • Dylan Axline — Lincoln, Neb. and hands-on training to meet the demands • Jeff Brandt — Park City, Kan. of ever-changing advances in machine tech• Kodey Claussen — Great Bend, Kansas nology and design. Since the introduction of • Wade Edgington — Des Moines, Iowa this program 13 years ago, it has proven to • Ethan Fielder — Grand Island, Neb. be a valuable source in helping us grow our • Charles Fitz — Ulysses, Kan. skilled workforce, and add certified techni• Michael Golan — Columbus, Ohio cians committed to John Deere’s construc• Paton Heusinkvelt — Omaha, Neb. tion equipment.” • Tyler Litchkey — Des Moines, Iowa (This story also can be found on • George Stewart — Kansas City, Mo. Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at • Troy Talbert — Ulysses, Kan. www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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ILLINOIS BIRKEY'S CONST. EQUIPMENT construction.birkeys.com Galesburg (309) 341-4360 Bloomington (309) 827-0520 Mattoon (217) 235-3158 Urbana (217) 337-1781 DIAMOND EQUIPMENT www.diamondequipment.com Mt. Vernon (618) 242-2273 Terre Haute (812) 299-4747

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

MINNESOTA ZIEGLER CAT www.ZieglerCAT.com Minneapolis (800) 352-2812 Brainerd (877) 829-9850 Buhl (800) 446-9795 Columbus (866) 982-5656 Crookston (800) 422-5782 Duluth (800) 421-3831 Fergus Falls (800) 346-7649 Jackson (866) 847-6401

MINNESOTA ZIEGLER CAT Marshall (800) 325-4929 North Mankato (877) 845-3938 Rochester (800) 247-1068 Shakopee (800) 352-2812 St. Cloud (800) 522-9469 WISCONSIN MILLER-BRADFORD & RISBERG INC. www.miller-bradford.com Madison 800-585-7219 Eau Claire 800-585-7232 DePere 800-638-7448 Abbotsford 888-886-4410

INDIANA DIAMOND EQUIPMENT www.diamondequipment.com Evansville (812) 425-4428 MACALLISTER MACHINERY SALES/RENTALS www.macallister.com Indianapolis (317) 545-2151 Indianapolis (317) 244-RENT (7368) Fort Wayne (260) 483-6469 (heavy equip.) (260) 969-3322 (rental store) Lafayette (765) 449-8191 (heavy equipment) (765) 446-5600 (rental Store)

INDIANA MACALLISTER MACHINERY SALES/RENTALS Terre Haute (812) 478-3155 (heavy equipment) (812) 231-6000 (rental store) South Bend (574) 288-6622 Washington (812) 254-1712 Bicknell (812) 735-0286 Bloomington (812) 349-9220 Fishers (317) 598-9700 Greensburg (812) 663-5829 Richmond (765) 966-0626 Yorktown (765) 759-2CAT (2228)

IOWA ZIEGLER CAT Altoona 800-342-7002 Atlantic 877-547-3819 Sioux City 712-252-4401 Fort Dodge 800-342-1848 Mason City 800-342-1849 Postville 800-526-0889

KENTUCKY DIAMOND EQUIPMENT www.diamondequipment.com Bowling Green (270) 781-1061 OHIO CAT www.OhioCAT.com Richwood (888) 446-4658 WILSON EQUIPMENT CO. www.wilsonequipment.com Corbin (606) 528-0700 Lexington (859) 254-6443 Prestonsburg (606) 874-8036

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

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


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building where the woman were held captive. “We reached out to the city with our offer and they accepted,” said Rob DiGeronimo, vice president. “We don’t consider it to be anything monumental, we feel it was a small contribution and we were happy to do it.” Demolition on the 1,400 sq. ft. began early on the morning of Aug. 7, where the demo crew was met by hundreds of spectators, one of them being Michelle Knight, who handed out yellow balloons. Knight attended the demolition to remind relatives of abducted children to never give up hope, adding that the array of balloons “represents all the millions of children that were never found and the ones that passed away that were never heard.” The crowd of onlookers cheered on the demo crew as its Caterpillar 320 excavator made its first swipes at the roof of the house. As the debris fell to the basement, church bells rung out. It definitely had a different feel to his normal jobs, according to DiGeronimo, who added that Independence Excavating is accustomed to doing much larger and more challenging projects. “The only challenge was the safety aspect of keeping the debris away from all of the spectators,” he said, as well as from the adjacent houses, which were about 6 ft. (1.8 m) apart from each other on that block. “It was a worthwhile experience, to see some of the mixed emotions and reactions, it was great to help do our part,” said DiGeronimo. The goal was to tear the house down and get the property filled in, graded and seeded in a single day, according to Gus Frangos, president of Cuyahoga Land Bank, which supervised the demolition. After the demolition, which only took around an hour and a half, Kurtz Brothers, another local family-owned company, donated disposal fees at the landfill, where the debris was pulverized to prevent looting. Twenty-two thousand dollars was found and confiscated from Castro’s house, which would have covered the job (which was estimated to cost between $20,000 and $25,000) if Independence Excavating hadn’t offered to donate the work. “The city of Cleveland has been very good to us, letting us utilize our talents, and we just wanted to do our part to give back,” said DiGeronimo. The money was then offered to the victims, but they asked that it be used for the community. On what should be done with the land now, DiGeronimo said, “Do whatever’s best for the neighborhood, what provides them the best way for them to heal.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

On what should be done with the land now, Rob DiGeronimo, vice president, said, “Do whatever’s best for the neighborhood, what provides them the best way for them to heal.”

Demolition on the 1,400 sq. ft. began early on the morning of Aug. 7, where the demo crew was met by hundreds of spectators, one of them being Michelle Knight, who handed out yellow balloons.

Twenty-two thousand dollars was found and confiscated from Castro’s house, which would have covered the job (which was estimated to cost between $20,000 and $25,000) if Independence Excavating hadn’t offered to donate the work. After the demolition, which only took around an hour and a half, Kurtz Brothers, another local family-owned company, donated disposal fees at the landfill, where the debris was pulverized to prevent looting.

Vic DiGeronimo, president of Independence Excavating, reached out to the city of Cleveland and offered the company’s time and equipment, at no cost, to demolish Ariel Castro’s house, the building where three woman were held captive for more than a decade.

The crowd of onlookers cheered on the demo crew as its Caterpillar 320 excavator made its first swipes at the roof of the house. As the debris fell to the basement, church bells rung out.


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912HM Flatbed to Join Hydrema Dump Truck Product Line Hydrema’s 912HM flatbed truck will join seven other models in the articulated dump truck product line. Based off the 912HM articulated dump truck model, the 912HM flatbed features a 1.6 ft. (.5 m) extended rear half with a built-in tipping frame ideal for the construction, utility and oil and gas industries. The 912HM flatbed is equipped with a 131 hp (97.6 kW), Perkins E1104D-44TA Tier III engine and accommodates up to 22,000 lbs. (9,979 kg) providing superior hauling capacity and combined with a 24 mph (38.6 kmh) travel speed, Hydrema’s newest addition offers maximum productivity, according to the manufacturer. “We are pleased to expand our product line with the addition of the 912HM flatbed truck,” said

Kris Binder, vice president of Hydrema North America. “The launch of this new model closely aligns with our goals to continually diversify our equipment offerings in order to provide innovative solutions for the evolving needs of our customers.” The 912HM flatbed includes a heavy-duty, robot-welded, articulated chassis as well as Hydrema’s front axle suspension. The newly developed suspension features a center pivot with pendulum bar and double hydraulic stabilizers allowing operators the option of locking the oscillation movement at up to 22 degrees. Along with the durable design, Hydrema’s 912HM offers low ground pressure — 7.6 front psi and 12.3 rear psi — which makes working on even

the softest ground conditions possible. The machine utilizes its 2.6 ft. (.8 m) wide 30 in. (79 cm) wheels, high ground clearance, articulated pivot steering system and automatic weight transfer to successfully and efficiently traverse delicate terrain. Standard features of the 912HM flatbed include a suspended front axle, suspended cab, front outside heated mirrors, adjustable steering wheel, interior red cab lighting for night use, heated seats, radio with CD and MP3 players, rotating beacon, eight megabeam working lights and automatic AC. For more information, call 877/449-3736 or visit www.hydrema.us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.con- The 912HM flatbed is equipped with a 131 hp (97.6 kW), Perkins E1104D44TA Tier III engine and accommodates up to 22,000 lbs. (9,979 kg). structionequipmentguide.com.)

Talbert Six-Axle Steer Dolly Adds Capacity for Superloads The six-axle steer dolly from Talbert Manufacturing offers versatility, additional steering control and extra capacity to handle self-supporting superloads for a variety of industries. The 60-ton (54 t) dolly is ideal for everything from heavy, low-riding materials, such as bridge beams and steel girders, to tower sections for wind energy development. Originally developed for use with Talbert’s double schnabel to haul wind energy components such as tower bases, sections and blades, the six-axle steer dolly can now be used as a stand-alone product for alternate trailer configurations. The unit comprises two groups of three axles with the axles in each group spaced at 60 in. (152 cm). With a bunk between the two groups that is connected to the rear-axle bearings through a tie rod system, the total spread is 16 ft. 1 in. (4.8 m). This configuration allows operators to carry more weight and complies with federal bridge laws. With such a high center of gravity, these

loads have increased potential for dangerous overturn situations. The six-axle steer dolly is 10 ft. (3 m) wide for increased roll stability and safety. Further, each individual axle is mounted to a radial bearing that provides a tighter steering system for a more stable platform. The front three axles are fixed and non-

steerable and feature cut-off valves and lift chains. A mechanical self-steering system allows the rear axles to turn progressively up to 30 degrees on the sixth axle. This incremental steering allows the rear dolly to more easily maneuver around a common center point. The speed of steering also is adjustable to accommodate various load

lengths and the desired turning radius. An oversteer alarm is mounted on the steer dolly along with a wireless audio alarm with lights for the tractor cab. A hydraulic power pack allows operators to override mechanical steering with a manual, wireless remote. This option is ideal for pilot car drivers escorting superloads. In addition, truck operators can adjust the bunk height from 40 to 50 in. (101 to 127 cm) to clear overhead obstacles such as electrical lines and traffic signs and obstructions beneath the unit such as speed bumps. The unit also features Ridewell Model 240 air ride suspension. The dolly can be picked up using its four D-rings and stacked on a trailer or the front jeep for easy transport after load delivery. For more information, call 800/348-5232 or visit www.talbertmfg.com.

The 60-ton (54 t) dolly is ideal for everything from heavy, low-riding materials, such as bridge beams and steel girders, to tower sections for wind energy development.

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Rugby Manufacturing Unveils New Eliminator LP Dump Body Design Rugby Manufacturing recently unveiled the newly redesigned line of Eliminator LP dump bodies to better meet distributor and customer needs. The Eliminator LP line is available in carbon steel, aluminum and stainless steel construction in 9 and 11 ft. (2.7 and 3.3 m) lengths with interchangeable parts. A 12 ft. (3.6 m) model is available in carbon steel and aluminum. The steel model now features a seamless, one-piece 10 gauge steel floor for optimum strength and durability. A lower mounting height improves stability on all models, while a full 9-ft. inside diameter allows for full sheets of plywood or other materials. All Rugby Eliminator LP models are available with fold-down sides and feature Rugby’s EZ-Latch upper tailgate mechanism, which releases the tailgate All Rugby Eliminator LP models are available with fold-down sides and quickly and keeps it more secure when feature Rugby’s EZ-Latch upper tailgate mechanism. closed. New features also include a front corner post, standardized cabshields throughout the line, increased payload, improved fuel efficiency and corrosion understructure with installed wire harness loops and bolt-on resistance, according to the manufacturer. tarp hooks. Rugby backs each of its dump bodies with a three-year The stainless steel Eliminator LP is corrosion-resistant warranty. and highly durable. Rugby aluminum Eliminator LP bodies For more information, visit www.rugbymfg.com. weigh up to 50 percent less than traditional carbon steel and (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment provide an exceptional strength to weight ratio, resulting in Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Felling Trailers’ air ramp technology is such a popular option among several of its trailer models that Felling Trailers now offers it on its over the road (OTR) semi trailers. Felling air ramps operate via an air bag system that works off the same supply as the air brake system. Thus, any air-brake equipped truck can operate a Felling Trailer equipped with air ramps without any other external power source (e.g. battery, gas engine or truck powered hydraulic system). Additionally, air

ramps have lower maintenance costs over time and also eliminate the possibility of environmental cleanup issues associated with hydraulic ramp leaks, according to the manufacturer. Felling has outfitted air ramps on everything from a 20,000 lb. (9,072 kg) capacity tag trailer to a 100,000 lb. (45,359 kg) hydraulic detach trailer. The air lift system is able to lift in excess of 5,000 lbs. (2,268 kg), which gives it more

than enough power, and is available in 36, 45 in. (91 and 114 cm), and fullwidth options on any air-brake equipped trailer. For more information, call 800/2452809 or visit www.felling.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Felling Trailers’ air ramp technology is now offered on its over the road semi trailers.

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Truck Inserts Converts Regular Pickups Into Dump Trucks Buyers Products offers DumperDogg dump inserts for use with pickup trucks. The inserts are available in 12-gauge steel and 304 stainless steel, for both 6and 8-ft. (1.8 and 2.4 m) truck beds, as well as in polymer for 8-ft. truck beds. The steel and stainless steel DumperDogg inserts have a 2-cu.-yd. (1.5 cu m) capacity in the 8-ft. truck insert and a 1.5-cu.-yd. (1.1 cu m) capacity in the 6-ft. insert. The polymer insert has a 1.6-cu.-yd. (1.2 cu m) capacity. DumperDogg inserts feature a structural steel frame with a black powder coat finish for corrosion resistance. Sturdy 3/4-in. (1.9 cm) tailgate hinge pins provide support for the inserts’ payload capacity of 6,000 lbs. (2,721 kg). The 2 hp (1.5 kW) motor for the hydraulic pump can be operated from inside the truck cab using the tethered control box for power-up and powerdown. Dump angles on the inserts range from 0- to 40-degrees. Along with heavy-duty construction, the inserts feature a double-pivoting, removable tailgate. DumperDogg inserts also come standard with safety The DumperDogg truck insert gives users the ability to have a dump truck without having features that include a manual safety bar to purchase or rent a dump truck.

and tailgate chains. “The DumperDogg truck insert makes pickup trucks more versatile by giving users the ability to have a dump truck without having to purchase or rent a dump truck,” said Brian Smith, marketing manager at Buyers Products. “These inserts are ideal for landscapers and contractors who use pickup trucks for their businesses and need to haul and dump mulch or other material.” DumperDogg pickup inserts also are available with optional bolt-on cab guards, tarp kits and wall extension brackets. Established in 1946, Buyers Products Company is a manufacturer of products for the mobile equipment industry. Buyers manufactures a full line of truck accessories and equipment including its SnowDogg line of snow plows, ScoopDogg line of snow pushers, SaltDogg line of salt spreaders, DumperDogg dump inserts and a comprehensive line of toolboxes. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Plan to Save Trucking Industry $1.7B Announced U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced a proposal to eliminate a burdensome daily paperwork requirement for professional truck drivers that will reduce costs to the industry by an estimated $1.7 billion annually while still maintaining the department’s high safety standards. “President Obama challenged his administration to find ways to cut waste and red tape, a challenge I pledged to meet during my confirmation hearing,” said Foxx. “With today’s proposal, we are delivering on that pledge, saving business billions of dollars while maintaining our commitment to safety. It’s the kind of win-win solution that I hope our department will continue to find over the coming months.” “This is a great example of the progress being made under the administration’s regulatory lookback initiative,” said Office of Management and Budget Director Sylvia Mathews Burwell. “The administration is carefully examin-

ing rules on the books to see where we can streamline, modify or repeal regulations to reduce unnecessary burdens and costs on businesses and consumers. By making this common-sense change to the DVIR process, the Department of Transportation is dramatically reducing paperwork burdens on the trucking industry, while continuing to protect public safety.” Current federal regulations require commercial truck drivers to conduct pre- and post-trip equipment inspections and file driver vehicle inspection reports (DVIRs) after each inspection, regardless of whether or not an issue requiring repairs is identified. DVIRs are the 19th-highest paperwork burden, based on the number of hours needed to comply, imposed across all federal agencies and only 5 percent of reports filed include defects. Foxx’s announcement represents the largest paperwork reduction achieved since President Obama’s May 2012 executive order to reduce

regulatory burdens on the private sector. Under the proposed change announced, commercial truck drivers would continue conducting preand post-trip inspections. However, DVIRs would be required only if defects or deficiencies were discovered by or reported to the driver during the day’s operations. “We can better focus on the 5 percent of problematic truck inspection reports by eliminating the 95 percent that report the status quo,” said Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrator Anne S. Ferro. “Moving to a defect-only reporting system would reduce a significant paperwork burden facing truck drivers and save the industry billions without compromising safety.” Federal regulations require that every commercial vehicle in the United States undergo a thorough annual safety inspection conducted by a certified commercial vehicle mechanic. In addition, state and federal inspectors conduct unan-

nounced, random inspections of commercial vehicles at terminals, weigh stations, truck stops along the roadside and at destinations. Vehicles that fail random safety inspections are immediately placed out of service and not allowed to operate until the identified safety problems are addressed. In 2012, approximately 3.5 million random inspections were conducted. In June 2012, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration eliminated a comparable requirement for truck drivers operating intermodal equipment trailers used for transporting containerized cargo shipments. By eliminating a requirement for drivers to submit “no defect” inspection reports of intermodal equipment trailer, cost savings to the intermodal industry is estimated to be $54 million annually without an adverse impact upon safety. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Duck Commander Chooses Hyster Lift Truck for Duck Call Hyster Company has supplied one of its Hyster J35XN lift trucks to the duck-men of Duck Commander, makers of world-famous duck calls. The Duck Commander business experienced significant growth in 2012 as a result of its popular television show, and needed to make significant operational improvements. They asked the local Hyster dealer, Deep South Equipment, to help them make their facility more productive. Deep South Equipment installed racking in the warehouse, and recommended the electric Hyster J35XN lift truck for its tight turning radius, its low cost of operation and its durability. “There is no doubt that Willie, Phil and the other duck-men are tough guys,” said John Parsons, president/owner of Deep South The employees of Duck Commander — and stars of the popular Duck Dynasty TV series — are using a Hyster Equipment. “That’s why it J35XN lift truck in their warehouse.

makes sense that Duck Commander chose a tough Hyster forklift to help move their business forward.” “At Duck Commander, we love our Hyster forklift that we got from Deep South Equipment,” said Willie Robertson. “When running my family business here at Duck Commander, I don't always get a choice of employees because it’s family. However, I do get to choose the equipment we have, and the Hyster forklift is efficient and easy to drive. This ease gives my guys maximum productivity and that is what I am looking for. It’s versatile and so easy to run that even Jase and Godwin can run the thing.” For more information, visit www.hyster.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Midwest Dealers Among Morbark’s Top Performers Morbark Inc. recognized four of its top dealers — Columbus Equipment Company was named Industrial Dealer of the Year for the second straight year, while Alexander Equipment Company, Nortrax Northeast, and Schmidt Equipment Inc. earned Gold Tier Dealer status for their tree care products divisions. “Morbark’s dealers are instrumental to our customers’ success,” said John Foote, vice president of sales and marketing of Morbark. “They provide more than just our high-performance equipment; they give our customers local knowledge and support to help them grow and maintain their businesses. We’re honored to recognize these dealers who are as devoted to continuous improvement as Morbark is. We’re proud to have them in the Morbark family.” Established in 1952 and known as “Ohio’s Dependable Dealer,” Columbus Equipment earned the Morbark Industrial Dealer of the Year Award for its 2012 sales of industrial equipment. Columbus Equipment operates in 10 locations in Ohio, and serves customers in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and West Virginia. Morbark dealers are reviewed and scored annually on their customer service, business plan, equipment and parts sales, service and

(L-R) are Charlie Stahl, Morbark territory specialist; Jesse Garber, Columbus Equipment Company environmental sales; Jim Shoemaker Jr., Morbark president; Tim Smith, Columbus Equipment Company environmental division sales manager; Bob Stewart, Columbus Equipment Company environmental sales; John Foote, Morbark VP of sales and marketing; and Don Duperow, Columbus Equipment Company environmental sales.

warranty process, marketing efforts and much more. As a result of the 2012 review process, Alexander Equipment and Nortrax Northeast retained Tree Care Product Gold Dealer status while Schmidt Equipment earned its first Gold Tier ranking, marking these companies as exceptional in all aspects of customer support.

Alexander Equipment, Nortrax Northeast and Schmidt Equipment all represent both the Tree Care Products and Industrial lines for Morbark. Alexander Equipment, based in Lisle, Ill., handles Morbark sales for northern Illinois; Nortrax Northeast has 10 locations covering Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and northeastern New York; and,

with five locations, Schmidt Equipment serves Morbark customers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. For more information, visit www.morbark.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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56(5,(6  What began in 1965, has resulted in a new breed of Mustang skid steer loader; the R Series. These new radial-lift skid steer loaders are setting a new industry standard. With advanced hydraulics, state-of-the-art engines and an upgraded operators station, these new members of the Mustang herd come ready to work, just as they did 125 years ago.

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John Deere Power System’s Engines Receive Final Tier IV Certification John Deere Power Systems’ (JDPS) engine lineup 174 hp (130 kW) and above has received U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Final Tier IV, European Union (EU) Stage IV and California Air Resources Board (CARB) emissions certification. The PowerTech PVS 6.8L, PowerTech PSS 6.8L, PowerTech PSS 9.0L and PowerTech PSS 13.5L models are the first John Deere off-highway engines to receive Final Tier IV, Stage IV and CARB emissions certification in the 174 to 750 hp (130 to 560 kW) power category. “We began the design process by listening to our customers, and we have worked with them every step of the way to ensure our solutions deliver the industry-leading performance and low operating cost they expect from John Deere,” said Geoff Stigler, manager of worldwide marketing of John Deere Power Systems. “Our building-block approach has enabled us to adopt the best available technologies to meet each new regulatory tier, and this continues with Final Tier IV/Stage IV.” Final Tier IV/Stage IV emissions regulations begin Jan. 1, 2014, for engines 174 hp (130 kW) and above, and require an 80 percent reduction in nitrogen oxides (NOx) from previous Interim Tier IV/Stage III B requirements. Particulate matter (PM) levels remain the same as those mandated by Interim Tier IV/Stage III B regulations. For Final Tier IV/Stage IV, John Deere continued with its planned building-block approach by developing the integrated emissions control system to meet the challenging standards. For 125 hp (93 kW ) and above engines, John Deere will offer models equipped with an integrated emissions control system configured with cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and diesel particulate filter (DPF), as well as a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system. The DOC/DPF reduces PM while cooled EGR and the SCR system reduce NOx. “The certifications of our PowerTech engines 174 hp and above are tremendous milestones for John Deere, and confirm that our customers can be confident in our tailored integrated emissions control systems, which deliver innovative technologies capable of meeting more stringent emissions standards,” Stigler said. “We are confident that all of our Final Tier IV/Stage IV solutions will provide the power, performance, ease of operation, fluid efficiency, reliability, dura-

John Deere Power Systems’ (JDPS) engine lineup 174 hp (130 kW) and above has received U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Final Tier IV, European Union (EU) Stage IV and California Air Resources Board (CARB) emissions certification.

bility and economical operating costs customers expect from John Deere.” With the use of SCR technology for Final Tier IV/Stage IV engines, total fluid economy becomes important, and John Deere is confident that its total fluid operating costs will maintain an industry-leading position. Total fluid economy takes into account both diesel fuel and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). DEF consumption with John Deere Final Tier IV/Stage IV engines will be 1 to 3 percent of diesel fuel consumption depending on the application. With diesel fuel economy gains achieved through increased injection pressures and the optimized integrated emissions control system, John Deere Final Tier IV/Stage IV engines are expected to improve upon the total fluid economy of Interim Tier IV/Stage III B engines. Low DEF consumption also means the DEF tank size can be smaller, minimizing space required on equipment. Other benefits of low DEF consumption include less onsite bulk storage requirements for customers and extended DEF filter service intervals. “Our Interim Tier IV/Stage III B engines have been tested in many applications around the world and have established the benchmark for fluid economy,” Stigler said. “We’re confident that our Final Tier IV/Stage IV engines will continue to provide world-class fluid economy while delivering improved performance and higher machine productivity.” Models and power ratings for the certified Final Tier IV/Stage IV engine lineup 174 hp and above include: • PowerTech PVS 6.8L: 185 to 250 hp (138 to 187 kW) • PowerTech PSS 6.8L: 225 to 300 hp (168 to 224 kW) • PowerTech PSS 9.0L: 250 to 425 hp (187 to 317 kW) • PowerTech PSS 13.5L: 414 to 600 hp (309 to 448 kW) For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com/ jdpower. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Previous Phase Involved Upgrading Energy Efficient System MUSEUM from page 1

Breckinridge Speed, a prominent Louisville businessman and philanthropist. It is currently closed for the construction project. “The new 60,000-square-foot North Building will help create one of the finest experiential art museums in the country and will double the overall square footage and nearly triple the gallery space from the existing wing,” according to the Facebook page. The expansion will create a state-of-the-art space for larger special exhibitions, new contemporary art galleries, a family education welcome center, indoor/outdoor café, museum shop, and a multifunctional pavilion for performances, lectures and entertaining. Additionally, the new Elizabeth P. and Frederick K. Cressman Art Park and public Piazza will be created for the display of sculpture that will engage University of Louisville students and faculty and museum visitors.” Wilhelm is the construction manager for the Speed Art Museum expansion and renovation projects. The North and South buildings are both structural steel and concrete framed buildings with exterior curtain wall and metal panel enclosure systems. Both are designed to have new museum gallery space and public areas for gatherings. Additionally, the South building will house a 150-seat theater featuring 16mm, 35mm, and digital film. The project also includes renovation of the interior building spaces still under design. Previously completed phases include the enabling project, which involved installation of an under-

ground detention system, and the central utility building (CUB) and decommissioning of existing systems project, which involved a new utility building constructed to upgrade to cost-saving energy efficient systems for the existing and new buildings. “This is a phased project, so scheduling and contractor sequencing and coordination is of utmost importance and concern,” said Grosvenor. “Limited access and material laydown compounded by local utility work being completed in conjunction with our project create a challenge.” Grosvenor noted that a unique aspect of the project is the use of architectural board formed concrete walls that have not been used in that area before. “The curtainwall has integrated AESS (architectural exposed structural steel) structural steel that supports both the curtainwall and interior grand stair case,” he said. “Special frit glass is incorporated as light screening in lieu of window treatment. The building is surrounded by a courtyard water feature with black granite reflecting pools.” Major subcontractors include ABG Caulking & Waterproofing of Morristown Inc., Morrristown, Tenn., for interior caulk; Architectural Glass & Metal Co., Indianapolis, Ind., for curtainwall and glass; Beaty Construction Inc., Boggstown, Ind., for earth retention; Booms Stone Company, Redford, Mich., for the water feature; Brown & Kubican PSC, Lexington, Ky., structural engineer; wHY Architecture, Culver

The expansion will create a state-of-the-art space for larger special exhibitions, new contemporary art galleries, a family education welcome center, indoor/outdoor café, museum shop, and a multifunctional pavilion for performances, lectures and entertaining.

The North and South buildings are both structural steel and concrete framed buildings with exterior curtain wall and metal panel enclosure systems. Both are designed to have new museum gallery space and public areas for gatherings.

City, Cal.; Clark Nickles Inc., Charlestown, Ind., for demolition, excavation, and site utilities; Cunningham Door & Window, Louisville, Ky., for overhead doors; and Division Seven Inc., Indianapolis, Ind., for waterproofing and firestopping. Executive Residential Elevator LLC, dba Executive Elevator, Louisville, for elevators; F.A. Wilhelm Construction Co. Inc., Indianapolis, for concrete; Henderson Services LLC, Louisville, for electrical; Howell & Howell Contractors Inc., Louisville, for painting; Independent Piping Inc., Sellerburg, Ind., for mechanical / HVAC; John L. Carman Associates, Lexington, Ky., civil engineer; and K. Norman Berry Associates Architects, Louisville, architect. Kerr-Greulich Engineers Inc., Louisville, engineers; Martin Flooring Co. Inc., Louisville, for

wood flooring; MG McGrath Inc., Maplewood, Minn., for metal panels; Midland Electric Company, Louisville, for electrical; Midwest Sprinkler Corporation, Louisville, for fire protection; Parco Constructors Group LLC, Louisville, for general trades; Poynter Sheet Metal, Bloomington, Ind., for HVAC (dry); PPMI Firestop Inc., Greenfield, Ind., for firestopping; Rosa Mosaic & Tile Company, Louisville, for hard flooring; Stone City Ironworks Inc., Bedford, Ind., for structural steel; Terracon Consultants Inc., Louisville, for special inspections; and Walker Mechanical Contractors Inc., Louisville, for plumbing and HVAC (wet). Major equipment used on the job includes a Caterpillar 330B hydraulic excavator, a Link-Belt 460LX hydraulic excavator, a Genie S-50 personnel lift, a Lull 644B, a Caterpillar 235 hydraulic

The South building will house a 150-seat theater featuring 16mm, 35mm, and digital film. The project also includes renovation of the interior building spaces still under design.

excavator, a Case backhoe 590, and a Cat 304 mini-excavator. While the museum was closed for a renovation project in 1996, a bequest of more than $50 million was given by Alice Speed Stoll, granddaughter of James Breckinridge Speed. According to the museum’s Web site, the bequest marks one of the largest given to any art museum and significantly increased the Speed’s endowment, ranking it among the top 25 in the United States. “Since reopening in November 1997, the Speed has dazzled the region with exciting traveling exhibitions, new acquisitions to the permanent collection, and a new parking garage,” the Web site said. “The museum is supported entirely by donations, endowments, grants, ticket sales, and memberships. The focus of the collection is Western art, from antiquity to the present day. Holdings of paintings from the Netherlands, French and Italian works, and contemporary art are particularly strong, with sculpture prominent throughout. Representative artists include Rembrandt van Rijn, Peter Paul Rubens, Giovanni Tiepolo, Henry Moore, Thomas Gainsborough, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, and contemporary artists Frank Stella, Helen Frankenthaler, Alice Neel, Petah Coyne, Yinka Shonibare, Vito Acconci, and Juan Munoz.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Construction began in July 2013 and is expected to be complete in the fall of 2015.


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section For more information on crushing, screening and recycling equipment, visit CEG's Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

Kappen Tree Service Makes Fuel Efficient Switchover Without a doubt, one of the biggest obstacles facing business today is the rampant instability of fuel costs. Prices, it seems, rise without warning, stabilize, drop, and then begin their unexplained rise all over again — but from a new, higher plateau than before. Companies for which fuel usage is a major component of their operating costs are being forced to find new ways to cope with this madness or risk literally being priced out of business. Not one to be forced into a corner of any kind, Warren Kappen, co-owner of Kappen Tree Service, looked at the mulch facet of his operation and identified changes he could make to reduce fuel consumption and the impact it had on his bottom line. He found it by replacing several of the diesel-powered components used to grind, screen and color material to create high-quality mulch with electric-powered units. Doing so resulted in a reduction in power costs for that part of the business of more than 90 percent — and an ability to finally loosen the stranglehold such costs had on his business.

ciated with making the switch to electric, and researching manufacturers who could best meet their needs. “We looked at how electric power had trended over the last 20 years or so versus the same period for diesel and saw that there was a lot more stability in the electric market,” he said. “Diesel has spiked as high as $5 a gallon in the past and even for larger companies like ours, it’s tough to adjust to that kind of fluctuation; electric just seemed the right way to go.” He added that a long-standing relationship with Morbark, evident in the fleet of more than 75 orange machines they currently run, led them to begin talks with the local manufacturer about both the grinder and the shaker screen in electric configurations. From there, they moved on to looking for an electric colorizing unit to complement the operation. Debris from projects is brought to a processing facility to be processed into mulch.

Marlette site was first run through a horizontal grinder, then screened in a trommel, prior to being fed into a colorizing unit. Each one of those machines was diesel-powered — the grinder alone was a 1,000 hp unit — so our fuel consumption was huge.” Kappen is not prone to Feeling the Pinch Tree Service uses a exaggeration. In its previBased out of Cass City, Kappen Morbark 3800 wood hog. ous setup, the 1,000 hp Mich., Kappen Tree Service specializes in both commercial and grinder to which he refers burned about 30 residential tree care, but has really estab- gal. of diesel per hour, while a diesel-powlished itself doing line clearing for many of ered trommel and colorizing machine each Michigan’s larger utility companies. Debris burned another 5 gal. an hour. As fuel costs from those projects is collected at various fluctuated, always settling higher than in the staging sites throughout the state and then past, he knew a change, both in his fuel brought back to a processing facility in source and in the way he processed incomMarlette to be processed into mulch. It is ing material, was needed. there, according to Warren Kappen, that the What Not to Grind real effect of rising fuels costs was felt. One of the first things Kappen realized “At any given time, we have about 70 trucks out on the road, clearing for the utili- was that running all their debris though the ties and generating wood waste,” he said. “In grinder was definitely overkill — and a costaddition, we also collect green waste from ly effort in more ways than one. “The overwhelming bulk of the material smaller municipalities in the region and have the general public bringing us clean debris. we take in is from our line crews and has In the past, everything brought in to the already been run through one of the portable

Morbark chippers they take with them to each site,” he said. “Since it is essentially already downsized, we knew that, by reconfiguring the process and screening out material that could be sent directly to the colorizing unit, we could dramatically reduce the need for grinding. In addition, grinding material that was already downsized out in the field was generating huge volumes of fines for us — material that was unnecessarily wasting both colorant and water. So it was simple: reduce the volume of fines, and we reduce that waste.” The best way they found to achieve that was by adding a dual-deck screen in advance of any grinding effort. In this way, all the ideal-sized material — such as that coming in from the line crews — could be screened out and sent directly for colorizing, while oversized material could be sent to the grinder for further downsizing. Fines also could be segregated out and set aside for subsequent use. Diesel’s Wild Ride With a solid approach in mind, Kappen and his team started researching electric power as a viable alternative to diesel. That work included looking at historical prices for each fuel source, determining the costs asso-

Savings Abound The net result of their efforts is a modern wood waste processing facility, the centerpiece of which is the trio of electric screener, grinder and colorizing unit. Fast and efficient, material is taken directly from yard piles and placed into a load hopper which feeds the Morbark 7 by 18 dual-deck screen (the top deck is 1 ½-in., the bottom is 5/8in.). Everything that comes off the screener as acceptable goes directly to the coloring machine, while rejects or “overs” are sent back back to the grinder for reprocessing. The grinder itself, a Morbark 3800 Wood Hog, features a pair of 300 hp electric motors to run the mill and one 100 hp electric motor to power the hydraulics. “The savings are the real deal in this, and they are evident in so many areas,” said Kappen. “For one, because the grinder will only be handling the overs that come off the screener and our incoming material has already been chipped, the wear on the unit is only going to be a fraction of what it was in the past. Those savings are compounded by the fact that the bulk of the work is being done by the screening unit, which can be run for 1/10 the cost of the grinder. And the whole screening/grinding/coloring operation is much quieter than anything else at the site see GREEN page 84


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Morbark’s Newest 40/36 Chipper Includes Enhanced Drum Set With 16 Knives Morbark Inc.’s umes of more than redesigned 40/36 70 tons per hour.” whole tree With an average microchipper is the fuel consumption of latest in design 2.25 tons (2 t) of enhancements. micro-chips proThe 40/36 whole duced per gallon of tree drum chipper fuel used, the was first introduced Morbark 40/36 in 2008 as a compact, MicroChipper allows affordable and pro- The latest model includes an enhanced drum set with 16 knives uti- owners to reduce ductive biomass lizing standard hardware, an operator-friendly slide-in forestry costs and maximize chipper. The model grate system to reduce oversized chips and a mechanically driven profits. In customer was improved by the chip accelerator to fully load vans with the micro-chips. tests, 95 to 98 percent addition of the of the micro-chips Advantage 3 high performance chip- expansion of wood pellet exports to produced passed through a ½ in. (1.3 ping drum in 2011, which improved Europe to meet the European Union’s cm) grate, and 72 to 74 percent passed chip quality. The latest model includes mandate that 20 percent of its energy through a ¼ in. (.6 cm) grate. These an enhanced drum set with 16 knives come from renewable sources by micro-chips are vital for pellet mills, utilizing standard hardware, an opera- 2020, our customers need a cost-effec- eliminating the need to regrind the tor-friendly slide-in forestry grate sys- tive system for making microchips,” wood fiber prior to pelletizing. tem to reduce oversized chips and a said John Foote, Morbark VP of sales For more information, visit mechanically driven chip accelerator and marketing. “This newly re-engi- www.morbark.com. to fully load vans with the micro- neered 40/36 microchipper is the solu(This story also can be found on tion. We are able to produce a far Construction Equipment Guide’s Web chips. “With new biomass plants being superior product, producing 95 to 98 site at www.constructionequipmentbuilt in the United States and the rapid percent acceptable micro-chips at vol- guide.com.)

I-100 Impact Crusher Increases Speed The Terex Finlay I-100 direct drive Ø34 by 34 in. (ø860 by 860 mm) horizontal impact crusher with variable speed gives operators increased levels of production in both recycling and quarrying applications. The Terex Finlay I-100 features an advanced electronic control system that monitors and controls the speed of the rotor and regulates the heavy duty vibrating feeder (VGF) with integrated pre-screen to maintain a consistent feed of material into the impact chamber for optimal crushing conditions. Material from the integrated prescreen can be diverted to a stock pile via the optional by-pass conveyor, or it may join the crushed product on the main belt. The standard hopper capacity is 3.01 cu. yds. (2.3 cu m). With tracked mobility this machine is capable of working in the most demanding of environments and features a rapid set-up time, according to the manufacturer. The machine features a heavy duty chassis, with convenient access points and ladders to all service areas. Startup time for the Terex Finlay I-

The Terex Finlay I-100 features an advanced electronic control system that monitors and controls the speed of the rotor and regulates the heavy duty vibrating feeder with integrated pre-screen to maintain a consistent feed of material into the impact chamber for optimal crushing conditions.

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GreyStone Aggre-Spec Classifying Systems, Controllers Aggre-Spec sand classifying systems, manufactured by Columbus, Neb.-based GreyStone Inc., produce up to three products, including two spec products, from natural or manufactured sand blends. Aggre-Spec classifying systems allow producers to scalp excess water, reject excess material, separate and size sand particles and re-blend up to two industry-standard spec products simultaneously. Urethane discharge valves and seats are self-aligning to keep valves centered for maximum flow and long life. Discharge boots also are urethane, with the optimum angle for maximum flow and reduced wear of the flume’s abrasion-resistant lined floor. GreyStone offers a full line of Aggre-Spec classifying systems, as well as controls, including: Stationary Aggre-Spec tanks, with 10 classifier models, ranging in size from 8 by 20-ft. (2.4 by 6 m) to 12 by 48-ft. (3.6 by 14.6 m). Stationary structures offer from six to 11 classifying stations with three cells, capable of producing up to three products at one time. Semi-Portable Aggre-Spec classifying systems, featuring a modular, low-profile construction and stack-up design for quick installation. This line includes 18 classifier models, ranging in size from 8 by 24-ft. (2.4 by 7.3 m) to 12 by 48ft. (3.6 by 14.6 m). Semi-portable structures offer from seven to 11 classifying stations and produce up to 820 tph (744 t). Portable Aggre-Spec classifying systems, featuring a low-profile design for quick transport and installation. This line includes 8 classifier models, ranging in size from 8 by 24-ft. (2.4 by 7.3 m) to 10 by 40-ft. (3 by 12 m). Portable structures offer from seven to 11 classifying stations and produce up to 350 tph (318 t). GreyStone Aggre-Spec control systems offer a Windows-based control system that allows producers to make an unlimited number of recipes of two products. Aggre-Spec control systems hold to tight product specifications and warn operators of potential out-of-spec product conditions. The Aggre-Spec V6 re-blending system — GreyStone’s most advanced unit — allows operators to view information on one screen that used to require multiple screen views. This information can easily be accessed from a laptop, allowing the operator freedom of movement and control from a remote location. In addition, the Aggre-Spec V6: The Aggre-Spec VGT • Increases production by controller. up to 15 percent • Re-blends up to three spec products, including two spec products simultaneously, using single or twin tank controls • Offers simple product spec changes and multi-tasking capabilities with three-method Windows-based programs • Stockpile analysis compares finished product against expected products and input settings • Report module collects data, including FM, yield, feed gradation and output gradation, and stores in spreadsheet format for flexible reporting • Retrofits to more than 30 different classifier models, with up to 11 stations For more information, call 888/346-WASH or visit www.greystoneinc.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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W.S. Tyler has expanded its consultative Pro-Deck approach to vibrating screens using modular screen media. For the first time, customers are able to benefit from the flexibility of modular panels in combination with the ProDeck approach for extended screen life and higher production rates. “Many mine operators and producers prefer the wear life of modular screen media, but think that this comes with a high sacrifice in open area. With Pro-Deck, different style screen panels are blended in a way that both wear life and open area are optimized,” said Darcy Bishop, manager of W.S. Tyler’s media division. The Pro-Deck approach is a fivestep process that implements W.S. Tyler’s vibration analysis and modification strategy to professionally blend multiple types of screen media on a single deck. Traditionally, processing operations have used the same screen media on an entire deck of the vibrating screen. But after extensive research and years of experience, W.S. Tyler concluded that a non-traditional approach of incorporating more than one type of screen media extends the life of the screen media while also enhancing efficiency. Additionally, the Pro-Deck approach helps eliminate common screening problems such as blinding, pegging and premature wear that cause unscheduled downtime, according to the manufacturer. The Tyler Pro-Deck process begins with an onsite visit to the vibrating screen by a Pro-Deck specialist. Using its self-developed vibration analysis tool, W.S. Tyler’s screening experts ensure that the machine is working within the operational parameters specific to the application requirements. Based on screen performance and the wear experienced on the individual sections and deck, a recommendation for screen media modification is made. Upon implementation of the new screen media, the results are measured and documented before focusing on the next section. This process continues until all recommendations are implemented and the customer’s product

W.S. Tyler has expanded its consultative Pro-Deck approach to vibrating screens using modular screen media.

quality is positively enhanced. In addition, it allows the customer to continuously evaluate the new performance and wear advantages. “We recommend a Pro-Deck setup for any operator or producer using modular panels. Pro-Deck offers a solution for virtually every situation, regardless of whether the user is experiencing blinding, contamination or excessive wear. Pro-Deck can even improve situations in which both screening results and wear are deemed satisfactory,” said Bishop. “The secret to Pro-Deck’s success lies in understanding that the vibrating screen and the screen media are an integral system. You need to synchronize both in order to achieve optimal results.” W.S. Tyler Modular screen media is generally customized to every application and often manufactured in 1x1, 1x2, and 1x4 sized panels. Formulated with rubber, polyurethane or a wire and polyurethane hybrid blend, these panels are known for high wear life in comparison to tensioned wire cloth screens. The modular panels are lightweight, easy to handle, and designed to be snapped in or installed with a builtin pin and sleeve or groove system, making screen media changeouts quick

and simple. Additionally, a single person can perform changeouts safely, according to the manufacturer. W.S. Tyler offers an extensive line of screen media products to build the right Pro-Deck for their customers’ applications. “Our Ty-Wire hybrid panels deliver amazing results as they combine the open area of woven wire with the wear characteristics of polyurethane. TyWire has become an integral building block in designing customized ProDecks for our customers,” said Bishop. Because of their high durability and the capacity to change out only small portions of the deck, modular panels are ideal for high impact areas. When used in these situations, particularly as part of a Pro-Deck setup, modular panels are cost effective. Although the panels have a higher initial cost per square foot, their long-term cost is lower because operators only have to change out the worn portions of the screen rather than changing out an entire traditional tensioned wire cloth screen. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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— a far cry from what it was in the past. The icing on the cake for me is the fact that this part of the operation can now be done by just one man. The loader operator has control over the whole process — that’s a really nice benefit.” He added that the colorizing unit they eventually selected, a Sahara X3 from Colorbiotics, is equally impressive. Rated to produce colored mulch at a rate of up to 300 yds. an hour, it features a sensor that shuts down the colorizing effort when product has stopped flowing to it. “They really engineered this machine to eliminate waste,” said Kappen. “Colorant is expensive, anywhere from 80 cents to a dollar per pound, and it takes about three pounds per yard to get the color we like, so keeping waste down is key. It is also a fast machine, capable of giving us eight loads a day — better than 1,000 yards — which will serve us well in our busy season.” Hard Numbers, Easy to Take Even though he was confident in the knowledge he accrued during the research phase of the switchover, Kappen was still anxious to see real comparative numbers once the electric operation had been in use

for a while. Having started this past April, he was finally able to do so — suffice it to say, he was not disappointed. “With the full diesel setup, our monthly operating costs for that part were about $24,000,” he said. “We got our first electric bill the other day and were floored to see that it was only $1,800. Now, granted, there was a fair amount of outlay getting to this point; costs to get the electric service in place, capital costs for the equipment, and so on. But what we got far exceeded what even we thought we’d see in terms of savings. In addition, the product quality is much better now, we’ve streamlined the whole operation, and there is the obvious reduction in diesel emissions. Kappen said they are really excited about further growing the mulch side of the business, adding that the demand for product is definitely there. “When you consider that companies are currently bringing in mulch from as far away as the Upper Peninsula of the state — about 250 miles away — the changes we’ve made have put us in a great position to be more than competitive.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Graders

2005 Bomag BW138AD, Double Smooth Drum Roller, Vibratory Roller, 2117 hours .... ..................................$20,500.

2010 JCB 930-4, 6,000 lbs Lift, 22’’ ft. Clearview Mast, 4WD, Canopy Model, 66’’ Carriage/48’’ Forks, good condition, low hours ........$35,000.

1995 Galion 850, Cab, 12’ Moldboard, 14:00x24 Tires, good condition, 4100 hours...... ..................................$56,500.

316-945-1015

Compaction - Misc. 2006 Vibromax/JCB VM 115, 125 HP, 25,000 lbs Weight Single Drum, 83’’ Drum Width, good condition, low hours ........ ..........................Call for Price 2006 Vibromax/JCB VM75 80 HP, 16,000 lbs Weight, Single Drum, 69’’ Drum Width, good condition,620 hours .................. ..........................Call for Price 908-625-0697

EXCAVATORS Hydraulic Excavators 2002 John Deere 330CLC Aux. Hyd., A/C, 32’’ pads, 2-speed, 8360 hours ..............$347,500. 316-945-1015

Wheeled Excavators 1978 CAT 988, Fair conditon, call for hour ................$20,000.

908-625-0697

913-787-2371

LOADERS

2009 John Deere 670G, 1-Aux. Valve, 14’ blade, 14.00x24 tires, A/C, 1677 hours ......$177,500.

Backhoe Loaders

316-945-1015

2008 Yanmar CBL40, PTO, 3pt Hitch, bucket attached with skid plate, great condition ....CALL.

RECYCLING EQUIPMENT

641-628-2000

Screening Equipment

2009 John Deere 310SJ, Cab w/ AC, GP Bkt, 19.5 Tires, 4x4 Power Shift, 1.3 yd. bkt, 18’’ bkt, 4518 hours ................$62,500. 316-945-1015 2009 John Deere 710J, 1.3 yd Ldr Bkt, 24’’ Hoe Bkt, 4x4, A/C, Aux. Hyd. 2 way, 824 hours $145,000. 316-945-1015 2008 YANMAR CBL40, 3 pt. hitch, PTO, loader bucket attached w/ skid plate, great condition, 216 hours ................ ..........................Call for Price. 641-628-2000

440-439-4000

Skid Steer Loaders

FORESTRY EQUIPMENT

2005 John Deere 325, Aux Hyds, 2 Speed, Turbo, Cab, Hyd. Quick Tatch, 4569 hours .. ..................................$19,250.

2008 Genesis GVP7R, Versi Pro Shear, Includes Shear Jaw but other jaws available for sale, good condition ..$34,800. 440-439-4000

SCRAPERS Pull Behind Scrapers IMC GE1210 Pull Type Scraper, Ejector Type, Spill Guard ........ ..................................$52,850. 316-945-1015

SNOW EQUIPMENT Snow Plows

2008 John Deere 648H, 30.5x32 Tires, A/C, Bias, Bunching Head, HD Stacking Blade, 3044 hours ....$147,500. 2003 John Deere 648G III TC, A/C, 30.5x32 Tires, Bias, Continuous Rotation and Dual function Grapple, 9078 hours .. ..................................$39,500.

2010 GEHL V270, 150 Joystick Controls & Radiator Guard, excellent condition, 785 hours.. ..................................$32,000. 2003 GEHL SL5640, Bucket, price reduced, 1108 hours........ ..................................$15,900.

2013 International 7600 SFA 6x4, Henderson 14’ Elliptical Body & Sander, 10’ underbody plow, 12’ wing plow, RSP Rev. plow, excellent condition .......... ..........................Call for Price. 2013 International, Henderson 11965A, Automatic Trans, 11’ Stainless Steel Body, 10’ underbody plow, floating wingmast plow, 2-way Rev. plow sander, excellent condition.................... ..........................Call for Price. 2011 Freightliner M2-106V, Henderson 1196-SA, 11’ Elliptical Body, FAUBS underbody scraper, 8’ wing plow, 2way Rev. plow, TGS Stainless Steel sander, excellent condition ....................Call for Price.

316-945-1015

219-977-4210

952-656-7132

Loaders & Stackers 2006 John Deere 2054 Log Loader, 36’’ Pads, A/C, Grapple-Hydraulic, 2-speed, 10972 hours ..............$93,500. 316-945-1015

Skidders

316-945-1015 2006 GEHL CTL80, 9 in stock, dealer owned & maintained, GP bucket, clearance, used condition, 252 hours ........................ ....................$30,000-$42,000. 219-977-4210

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AGC ST. LOUIS IF IT’S NEW, IT’S HERE! CONEXPO-CON/AGG will represent an immense unveiling of all the newest equipment, technology and product breakthrough in construction. From earthshaking big iron to groundbreaking innovations, it’s all assembled in one place to help you work smarter. CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 – If it’s new, it’s here! CONEXPO – CON/AGG 2014 – if it’s new, it’s here! MARCH 4 thru 8, 2014 LAS VEGAS, NEVADA USA LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 WILL FEATURE: . 2,400 exhibitors showcasing new products and technologies from for every major construction industry including asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, lifting, mining, utilities and more. . Over 130,000 attendees that range from contractors, to dealers & distributors, to service providers, engineers, producers, municipalities, and more. . A comprehensive education program during the five-day exposition with sessions emphasizing industry issues and trends, management and applied technology. For more information, please contact AGC of St. Louis, 6330 Knox Industrial Drive, Suite 200, St. Louis, MO - Phone: 314/781-2356; Fax: 314/781-2874. IOGA, WEST VA (INDEPENDENT OIL & GAS ASSOCIATION) SEPTEMBER 17 thru 19, 2013 - FARM SCIENCE REVIEW. Farm Science Review@OhioStateFSR. If your business is agricultural, our business is you! Please contact Leslie Risch, Program Assistant at 614/292-4278 for more information on this program. AGC of Minnesota–Fundraiser Event. Sporting Clays Fundraiser to Benefit Scholarship Event, Monday, August 19th. Join us for the 14th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser on Monday, August 19, at Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake. The early bird registration deadline is Monday, July 29. For more information on this event, please contact Denise Woods, CMP; Communications & Events, Associated General Contractors of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota; Direct: 651/796-2186; Cell: 612/201-5501; Fax: 651/632-8928; Toll Free: 800/552-7670 or go to www.agcmn.org. AGC of Minnesota–Fundraiser Event. Sporting Clays Fundraiser to Benefit Scholarship Event, Monday, August 19th. Join us for the 14th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser on Monday, August 19, at Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake. The early bird registration deadline is Monday, July 29. For more information on this event, please contact Denise Woods, CMP; Communications & Events, Associated General Contractors of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota; Direct: 651/796-2186; Cell: 612/201-5501; Fax: 651/632-8928; Toll Free: 800/552-7670 or go to www.agcmn.org. Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association American Horticultural Therapy Association Annual Conference. September 20, 2013 to September 21, 2013 Time: All Day Location: The Commons Hotel, 615 Washington Ave., SE, Minneapolis, MN Celebrating AHTA’s 40th Anniversary This year’s anniversary celebration will feature past AHTA presidents and luminaries from the field, as well as a host of international presenters who will discuss their research, practices and the future of horticultural therapy. For more information, please contact the MNLA office phone at 651/633-4987; Toll Free: 888/886-6652 or email mnla@mnla.biz; Fax: 651/633-4986; Toll Free Fax: 888/266-4986. Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association 2013 Irrigation Show & Education Conference – Austin, Texas November 4, 2013 to November 7, 2013 Time: All Day Location: Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas Where Irrigation Meets Innovation What better place to think about changing things up than in Austin, Texas? A place to be different and stand out from the crowd. A place where energy and creativity run high and diverse ideas come together. This year’s show is the place to uncover opportunity, launch new ideas, up your game and have fun! For more information, please contact the MNLA office phone at 651/633-4987; Toll Free: 888/886-6652 or email mnla@mnla.biz; Fax: 651/633-4986; Toll Free Fax: 888/266-4986. CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN (CAM) GOLF SEASON is JUST AROUND THE CORNER !!! Be sure to mark your calendars for these upcoming CAM GOLF OUTINGS. September 23 – Plum Hollow Country Club, Southfield, Michigan “Old Timers Classic” - $135 per person. Package includes complimentary driving range; 18 holes of golf with cart; grilled lunch on the course; beverage service on the course; dinner with open bar; awards and door prizes. For more information, please contact Diana Brown at (248) 972-1000. August 16 – 18, 2013 – Convention. Historical Construction Equipment Association – HCEA International Convention and Old Equipment Exposition. The HCEA holds one annual convention and old equipment exposition each year. Somewhere in either the lower 48 or Canada, members, local fans, exhibitors, merchandise retailers and, of course, a lot of working machines are brought together for learn and share a bit of history. Next Show: WILMINGTON, ILLINOIS HCEA International Convention’s next show is AUGUST 16 thru 18, 2013 at the International Union of Operating Engineers’ Local 150 Training Center at 19800 West Arsenal Road, Wilmington, Illinois. For more information

on this event, you may call the HCEA office at 419/352-5616; fax at 419/3526086 or email: info@hcea.net. Tuesday, August 27, 2013 - Wednesday, August 28, 2013 – Conference and Trade Show. Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association’s (PIOGA’s) Eastern Oil & Gas Conference and Trade Show is being held at the Monroeville Convention Center, Monroeville, PA For more information on the above PIOGA events, please contact PIOGA’s office at 724/933-7306 or fax: 724/933-7310. September 4-6, 2013 – Seminar. RAM, Inc.’s Fall 2013 Blasting and Explosives Safety Training Seminar. The two and one-half day continuous education training session will be held at the South Dakota School of Mines in Rapid City, S.D., September 4-6, 2013; presented by Robert A. McClure, Inc. (RAM, Inc.). The final day of the seminar will be capped by a special night blast at the Crazy Horse Memorial on September 6 for all attendees. An early course registration fee of $895/person is available thru July 31, 2013. Full registration fee is $950 beginning August 1, 2013 with a deadline date of August 15. Hotel: Adoba Eco Hotel Rapid City/Mt. Rushmore – special seminar rates available. Course topics have been selected to offer value to all professionals with varied experience levels, from individuals with decades of experience to those just entering the explosives industry. To register and for more information, please visit website: www.ramets.com. More contact information: Trade Press Contact: Rick Zettler; Phone: 319/265-0052; Fax: 319/265-0053; email: zcomm@mchsi.com. Ram, Inc., Contact: Robert McClure; Phone: 740/3636976; Fax: 740/362-3946; Email: r.mcclure@ramets.com. The International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) – the worldwide association representing toll facility owners and operators and businesses that serve them, today announced the full agenda and list of speakers for their 81st Annual Meeting to be held September 22 to 25 in Vancouver, British Columbia. This year’s 2013 meeting, Moving Smarter: How Tolling meets the Challenge, will feature a keynote address from Daniel Sieberg, Head of Media Outreach for Google, and special presentation from Bryan Norcross, Senior Hurricane Specialist for The Weather Channel. “Vancouver is the perfect place to meet,” stated Rob Horr, President IBTTA and Executive Director of the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority in New York. “The city is an efficient, increasingly integrated transportation system that stands as a model for other communities around the globe.” IBTTA’s 81st Annual Meeting and Exhibition is hosted by the Transportation Investment Corporation (TI Corp), British Columbia’s Crown Corporation responsible for the Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project. You may contact Brad Luna, Luna Eisenia Media at 202/812-8140 (mobile) for more information or visit: www.IBTTA.org. ICUEE, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition is also known as The Demo Expo, and is the exposition for demonstrations of construction and utility equipment. At ICUEE, attendees can operate the equipment themselves and explore the newest products and innovations in the industry. The broad spectrum of equipment available to operate is the ultimate in competitive comparisons. An extensive education program complements displays of the latest equipment technology and product innovations. ICUEE 2013 will be held October 1 thru 3, 2013 at the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center, 937 Phillips Lane, Louisville, Kentucky, USA. For more information on this Expo you may contact Jim Wurm, Executive Director of Exhibit & Event Marketers Association, at 541/317-8768. PAUL BUNYAN SHOW – the official Paul Bunyan Show is one of the nation’s largest and oldest forest industry shows. Show attendees will see more than 130 exhibits representing all facets of the forest industry throughout North America. Representatives will be on site to showcase equipment, manpower and the dedication that has made the industry what it is today. Lumberjack entertainment and competitions will take place throughout the weekend as well as numerous educational sessions on topics ranging from logging equipment safety and maintenance to the history and restoration of the bald eagle in Ohio to Ohio’s edible mushrooms. Visitors to the show will not want to leave without trying an official Bunyan Burger, a 14 oz. angus burger with all the trimmings. For more information, visit www.ohioforest.org. WHEN: OCTOBER 4 thru 6, 2013 Friday-Saturday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM; Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM LOCATION: (Map It) Guernsey County Fairgrounds at 335 Old National Road in (Old Washington) Cambridge, OH (Exit 186 off of I-70). PHONE: 614/497-9580 19th Annual New York State Highway and Public Works Expo will be held on October 16, 2013 in the Americraft Center of Progress at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, NY. Free admission tickets are sent to every village, city, town, county and state highway and public works professional in New York State. Exhibitors from around the state and the nation will gather in Syracuse for the annual Expo that puts them face to face with municipal budget decision makers. Superintendents, Board Members, Engineers, Municipal Contractors…they’re all at the Expo! The Expo is held at the peak of the annual budget decision making process in municipalities across the state…A great time to showcase what you sell, make new contacts, introduce new products and strengthen relationships with your existing municipal customers! GIE+EXPO – The Green Industry & Equipment Expo Dealer Day: October 23, 2013 All Attendees: October 24 and 25, 2013 Kentucky Expo Center Louisville, Kentucky Two Tradeshows – GIE+EXPO and Hardscape North America – co-located in one central location, provide your No. 1 opportunity to see what your industry is buzzing about. The 29-acre Outdoor Demonstration Area, within easy walking distance of the indoor exhibits, and the New Products Showcase make these prestigious shows an exceptionally efficient, productive marketplace. The 2012 GIE+EXPO runs October 24 & 25 in Louisville, KY. Co-located again this year with Hardscape North America, the industry’s largest trade show will host more than 15,000 attendees. For details on education sessions, produce demonstration schedules and to register, visit www.gieexpo.com or www.HardscapeNA.com. Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association OAIMA Annual Meeting 2013 November 14 and 15, 2013, Columbus Hilton at Easton, Columbus, Ohio For more information on this meeting, please call toll free: 800/OH-ROCKS (647-6257) Phone: 614/428-7954 Fax: 614/428-7919 Email: rocks@oaima.org.


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2007 New Holland C190, 3241 Hrs, 81 HP, Cab w/Heat, 2900# Capacity, 2 Speed, Cold Start, 9950 Lbs........$23,900 Call Steve Samosky • 262/373-2151 17-18 JM

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2011 Bobcat S185 A91, Enclosed Cab, Heat, A/C, Suspension Seat, Power BobTach, HighFlow, 2 Speed, 156 Hrs, E/N 1049733......................................................$33,000 800-950-3321 • www.whitestarmachinery.com White Star Machinery, Garden City, KS 17-18 JM

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TRANSMISSION | THIS TRANSMISSION IS USED IN OFF ROAD DUMP TRUCKS. I NEED IT IN AS REMOVED OR AS IS CONDITION. OPEN, UNSERVICEABLE IS ACCEPTABLE TOO. I DONT NEED A REBUILT OR NEW. CONTACT: ALLISON M5600AR PHONE: 3013388999 FAX: 3016326405 EMAIL:SALES@SPECIALVEHICLES.US –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED ATLAS COPCO CRAWLER 203 | WAGON DRILL CONTACT: KABASHI EMAIL: ALKABASHI2004@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR WORKABLE LIMA 2400 DRAG LINE CRANE. CONTACT: JOHN STRACENER PHONE: 520 840 9718 FAX: 520 568 1595 EMAIL:PVECO@Q.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU D375 TRACK DOZER | FULL SPEC., LESS THAN 10, 000 HOURS, US LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMIEQUIP@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE BUY 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, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PHONE: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TADANO CRANE 45 TON AND 50 TON | NEED TO BUY TADANO TRUCK CRANE 45 TON AND 50 TON, IF YOU HAVE ANY IN STOCK OR CAN LOCATE PLEASE SEND ME PICTURES, DETAILS AND BEST PRICE. CONTACT: ABDAL SALEEM PHONE: 96638428312 FAX: 96663312326 EMAIL:HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PROOF ROLLER PULL BEHIND | PULL BEHIND 50 TON CONTACT: RICK HUDDY PHONE: 19377266978 EMAIL: CHUDDY@WOH.RR.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ANY MARSH BUGGIES USED/NEW FOR SALE OR RENT. NEED NOW. PLEASE SEND PRICE, PICS, AND LOCATION TO MY EMAIL THANKS CONTACT: TYLER PALUMBO PHONE: 330-365-0654 EMAIL: PALUMBO519@HOTMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

FORKS FOR 922B, QUICK COUPLER, MFG BALDERSON, MODEL#BQ922, MADE IN WAMEGO, KAN. CONTACT: RAND URMSTON PHONE: 973-334-1103 FAX: 973-402-8122 EMAIL:PONYENGINE@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380 JG1 TRACK JAW | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD1@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– A4JB1 ISUZU DIESEL | REPLACEMENT ENGINE FOR SKID LOADER CONTACT: C.B. GERLOFF EMAIL: CBGX@WINDSTREAM.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 322CL W/ LABOUNTY MSD2000R HOURS: 1011 ON MACHINE HOURS: 300 ON SHEAR MACHINE IN EXCELLENT SHAPE. CONTACT: ROBERT HARRELL PHONE: 609-561-7702 FAX: 609-561-7706 EMAIL:ROBERTTHARRELL@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDROSEEDER CONTACT: JAMES ALLEN EMAIL:JAMES.ALLEN@JFALLENCO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DOZER | LOOKING FOR 1998-2005 D6RLGP FROM 45K TO 65K. ALSO NEED D6HLGP AND D7HLGP UNDER 38K. THANKS FOR THE OFFERS! CONTACT: SANTIAGO EMAIL: SSCARZELLA@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FERTILIZER SPREADER EMAIL: NJCOLA@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU | SPECS FOR KOMATSU DOZER P39AX CONTACT: JB WATLINGTON PHONE: 434-250-3891 EMAIL: EZRDRTWO@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 6-IN-1 BUCKET FOR JCB 214S 1994 CONTACT: DON PHONE: 908-614-5568 EMAIL: DONTHERED04@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TRUCK CRANE LIEBHERR OR GROVE 130 TO 200 TONS, 2006 TO 2011 CONTACT: FRED GUTIERREZ PHONE: 770-978-3969 FAX: 770-978-3969 EMAIL:FGTZHUNTER@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1950S MODEL 40V JOHN DEERE FARM TRACTOR CONTACT: STEVE GAUTREAU PHONE: 225-644-3404 EMAIL:STEVEKATHY@EATEL.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

EXCAVATORS, DOZER | WE NEED USED EXCAVATORS FOR EXPORT. CONTACT: ANTHONY TRAN PHONE: 714-496-7229 EMAIL:BUSINESSCENTER@ APCCTRAN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WOOD CHPPER CONTACT: DAVID EMAIL: DMDBBD06@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDRULIC JACKHAMMER ATTACHMENT FOR POSITRAC (ASV) OR BOBCAT | LOOKING FOR A HAMMER TO BUST CONCRETE CONTACT: MIKE EMAIL: MIKEWAY107@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MICROPILE DRILL WITH DEPTH CAPACITY OF 450-600 KL WITH 4-6 TONS. CONTACT: CAMILA MATÍNEZ PHONE: 954-456-0746 EMAIL:MACHINERYLAND2500@ GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MOTOR GRADER | NEEDED ONE 1999/2000 CAT 140H WITH REAR RIPPER, UNDER 13.000 HRS. LOCATION USA. PLEASE SEND BEST WHOLESALE PRICE. CONTACT: SANTIAGO SCARZELLA PHONE: 305-506-4263 EMAIL: SSCARZELLA@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED ALL THE TIME 12 MONTHS BULLDOZER D3AT D10 USER WITH RIPPER USA ONLY | FROM USER CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR MOB 1 514 386 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR KOMATSU HD325-6, CAT 988B SN : 50W10000UP, KAWASAKI KLD70 AND 80 YR 1998 UP CONTACT: TAKAYUKI NAKAMURA PHONE: 06-6754-4570 FAX: 06-6972-7515 EMAIL:HIRO@KUNIMITSU.CC ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WE BUY AND SELL EQUIPMENT MANUALS OF DIFFERENT MAKE FROM JOHN DEERE CATERPILLAR AND OTHERS. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FRANCESFARMEQUIPMENT.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PHONE: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MANIFOLD, MUFFLER, STUDS FOR A 1992 JOHN DEERE 955 CONTACT: TIM KURYLA PHONE: 315-310-1969 EMAIL: TKURYLA1956@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DUMP BODY WITH HOST EQUIPMENT FOR FORD F 550 NO RUST PLEASE CONTACT: DALE PHONE: 508 328 5778 EMAIL: DALE@QUARRYHILL EXCAVATING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380JG1 TRACK JAW | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603-828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD1@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEW AND USED GROVE GMK3050-1. CONTACT: SHELLEY MICHELS PHONE: 613-727-0510 EMAIL: SMICHELS@CRAWORLD.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY THE FOLLOWING USED WHEEL LOADERS: 9 2 0 (78 - 85) 9 3 0 (78 - 86) 9 3 6 (84 - 92) 9 3 8 G (AROUND YEAR 05) 9 5 0 B/C/E/F-II (78 UP) 9 5 0 G/H (’05 – ’09, FULL STEERING ONLY) 9 6 6 C/D/E/F (78 UP) 9 6 6 H (’09 – ’11, FULL STEERING ONLY, HOURS AROUND 8000 OR LESS, ORIGINAL PAINT) 9 8 0 C/F (87 UP) EMAIL US WITH PICTURES, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION & LOCATION AND FINAL OFFER PRICE CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:INFO@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SKID STEER LOADERS WITH TRACKS CONTACT: DEWEY PHONE: 601-441-8849 EMAIL: NOLARUSHING.NR@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1996 TO 2000 GROVE CRANE 80 TONS. CONTACT: FRANCIS N PHONE: 302-897-5373 EMAIL: FRANCISNDAGUBA@ YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SMALL B7200 OR B7100 KUBOTA TRACTOR. PREFERABLY 4WD, WITH D POSY LOCK DRIVE. CONTACT: W. R. YOUNGER PHONE: 865 986 0576 OR 865 604 1271 EMAIL:WRYOUNGER13@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

LOOKING TO BUY 2 LIFT JOCKEY LIFT MANUFACTURED BY STONE MFG. CONTACT: PAUL MADSEN PHONE: 407-468-1070 EMAIL: CFLRESALE@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED BULLDOZER D8K WITH WINCH GOOD UNDERCARRIAGE LOW LOW PRICE USER ONLY | NEEDED BULLDOZER D8K WITH WINCH NOT ADVERTISED USER USA THE REST NOT INTERESTED NO SALE MAN CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 OR MOB 1-514-386-8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PVE PILE MACHINE | I WANT 700 NOG PILE WORK CONTACT: SK SING PHONE: 09172818848 EMAIL: KAKRECHANILESH@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– COMPACTION TOOL, AND VIBRATION CONCRETE | I WANT INFORMATION OF THE COMPACTION TOOL AND VIBRATION CEMENT CONTACT: SOLEDAD DIAZ EMAIL:SOLGAMEZ@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– QUICK ATTACH FORKLIFT | FORK ATTACHMENT FOR CAT 416C-TC. CONTACT: FRED GIERINGER PHONE: 610-858-3933 EMAIL: GIEREQSALES@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR TRUCK MOUNTED CRANES KATO OR TADANO. 1988 2008 25 TONS UP TO 50 TONS ONLY. PREFER RIGHT HAND DRIVE. TRADE PRICES ONLY. CONTACT: RAY PHONE: +97144429100 EMAIL: INFO@ MACHINERY-MANAGER.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– YANMAR 3TNV88QTB | NEED RUNNING ENGINE FOR TAKEUCHI TB135 CONTACT: LOU EMAIL: CRUZGCINC@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR CAT 988 SN : 87A8680 YR: 1975 EX. USA CONTACT: TAKAYUKI NAKAMURA PHONE: 06-6754-4570 FAX: 06-6972-7515 EMAIL:HIRO@KUNIMITSU.CC –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EXCAVATOR AND HEAVY DUTY ROLLER CONTACT: CHARLES MWAURA PHONE: +254722525396 FAX: 020445567 EMAIL:AGBUILD@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GRANULATING MACHINES | A MACHINE TO GRANULATE FERTILIZER CONTACT: ELODIA EMAIL: ELODIAPEREZ56@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Canton, OH Sat., August 17, 2013 For: Major Job Completion of Cranes, Forklifts, Skid Steers, Welders, Trucks & Trailers • Parkersburg, WV Thurs., August 22, 2013 For: Late Model John Deere & Cat Construction Equipment • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., August 23, 2013 For: Late Model Construction Equipment (mostly Cat), Asphalt & Vibratory Roller, Aerial Lifts

For: Late Model Earthmoving Construction Equipment, Support & Attachments. • Buffalo, NY Fri., November 1, 2013 For: Late Model Construction & Boring Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Canastota (Syracuse), NY Sat., November 2, 2013 For: Rental Returns of Late Model Construction Equipment • Delaware, NJ Sat., November 9, 2013 For: Very Large Contract Completion Auction

• Atlantic City, NJ Sat., August 24, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631

• Houston, TX Tues., August 27, 2013 For: Late Model Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Skid Steers, Cars

• Sacramento, CA August 20, 2013

• Barranquilla, Columbia Sat., August 31, 2013 For: Late Model Cat, John Deere, Komatsu Equipment

• Los Angeles, CA August 22, 2013

• Long Island, NY Sat., September 7, 2013 For: Complete Liquidation of Local Rental Construction Company

• Houston, TX August 28-29, 2013

• Ashtabula, OH Thurs., September 12, 2013 For: Complete Liquidation of former Major Scrap Company

• Columbus, OH September 12, 2013

• Cleveland, OH Fri., September 13, 2013 For: Complete Liquidation Construction Equipment

• Atlanta, GA September 20, 2013

• Bangor, ME Sun., September 15, 2013 For: Light Construction & Support Equipment • Reno, NV Thurs., September 19, 2013 For: Earthmoving, Asphalt & Paving Equipment, Trucks/Trailers • Boston, MA Sat., September 21, 2013 For: Complete Liquidation, Construction Equipment, Truck Tractors & Trailers • San Bernardino, CA Fri., September 27, 2013 For: Cat, Komatsu, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment • Portland, OR Fri., October 4, 2013 For: Late Model Construction Rental Fleet Equipment • Central Square (Syracuse), NY Sat., October 12, 2013 For: Complete Liquidation of Construction Equipment • Las Vegas, NV Sat., October 19, 2013 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment, Booms, Scissors, Telescopic & Warehouse Forklifts • Lima, Peru Sat., October 26, 2013

• Charleston, WV August 21, 2013

• Medford, OR August 23, 2013

• North East, MD August 29, 2013

• Towanda, PA September 13, 2013

• Nashville, TN September 24, 2013 • Raleigh Durham, NC September 30, 2013 BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700 • San Bernardino, CA Sat., August 24, 2013 For: Heavy Equipment & Commercial Truck Auction BIG IRON www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., August 21, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Wed., August 28, 2013 For: Construction Equipment CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432 • Albuquerque, NM September 19-20, 2013 For: Unreserved Public Auction, Complete Dispersal A.S. Horner Inc

Coming Auctions To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com COMMONWEALTH OF PA AUCTIONS www.auctionsbygov.com

For: Pedestal Mount Stevedoring Crane Barges

• Mill Hall, PA Tues., October 8, 2013 For: Fall Heavy Equipment

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

DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com 601-656-9768 • Philadelphia, MS September 18-19, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Philadelphia, MS November 20-21, 2013 For: Construction Equipment DEL PETERSON & ASSOCIATES www.delpeterson.com 800-492-9090 • ONLINE ONLY Tues., August 20, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Tues., September 24, 2013 For: Construction Equipment DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277 • Pendleton, IN September 20, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Pendleton, IN December 13, 2013 For: Construction Equipment FREY & SONS, INC. www.freyandsons.com 419-455-3739 • Burbank, OH Thurs., August 22, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Metamora (Flint/Lapeer), MI Thurs., September 26, 2013 For: Equipment from Forrest Aggregate HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898

Sat., September 21, 2013

• Lumberton, NC Tues., August 20, 2013 For: Construction & Agricultural Equipment

Trailers

• Halifax, NC Sat., August 31, 2013 For: Construction & Agricultural Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

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MOTLEY’S AUCTION & REALTY GROUP www.motleys.com 804-232-3300 • Richmond, VA Tues., August 20, 2013 For: One Owner Absolute Equipment Auction

Sat., September 21, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC www.salesauctioncompany.com 860-627-7506

NORTH COUNTRY AUCTIONS www.northcountry-auctions.com 603-539-5322 • Acton, MA Thurs., August 22, 2013 For: One Owner Absolute Equipment Auction

• Windsor Locks, CT Sat., October 5, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 22, 2013 For: Oil & Gas

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

302-530-9103

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., September 11, 2013 For: Lift & Access Auction

• Bayonne, NJ Thurs., September 12, 2013 For: Equipment Liquidation

For: Construction, Utility &

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., September 12, 2013 For: Crane Auction

• North Franklin, CT September 27-28, 2013 For: Major Public Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY September 25 & 26, 2013 For: Quarry, Aggregate & Paving Auction J.M. WOOD AUCTION COMPANY www.jmwood.com 800-447-7085 • Montgomery, AL September 11-12, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Forestry Equipment • Montgomery, AL Fri., October 25, 2013 For: State of Alabama Dept. of Transportation • Montgomery, AL December 4-5, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Forestry Equipment

• York, PA Wed., August 28, 2013 For: Late Model Fleet Trades

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728

• Eighty Four, PA Thurs., September 12, 2013 For: Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation Mingo Creek Construction

• Charlotte, NC Tues., September 17, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers & Related Items

• New Orleans, LA Sealed Bid – Deadline: Wed., September 18, 2013

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

• Pelzer, SC Wed., September 25, 2013 For: Public Fall Equipment & Truck Auction

• Wilmington, DE Fri., August 23, 2013 Forestry Equipment

VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP www.vaughanauctiongroup.com

• Columbus, OH Thurs., Oct 10, 2013 For: Public Equipment Auction

903-873-6777

• Carroll (Columbus Area), OH Thurs., Oct 17, 2013 For: Major Public Equipment Auction

Thurs., August 22, 2013

• Ponce, Puerto Rico Thurs., November 14, 2013 For: Major Job Completion Equipment

• Wills Point, TX For: Summer Contractor’s Public Auction

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PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Tues., August 20, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Wed., August 21, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 22, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 29, 2013 For: Construction Equipment RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN

763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat., September 14, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Princeton, MN Sat., December 7, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Taylor, MI Fri., September 20, 2013 For: Special Truck Tractors, Road Tractors & Trailers


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More Than 400 Attend Chicago Cat Auction Services Sale

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ore than 400 people attended the Patten CAT hosted Cat Auction Services sale on July 31 in Chicago, Ill. Approximately 30 percent of the equipment was sold to online buyers at the $5 million auction.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

(L-R): Jim Finlon, American Equipment LLC; Hank Spies, Milton CAT; Tom Jamieson, Cat Auction Services; and Bart Rhea, BKBC Machinery, compare some notes prior to the start of the sale.

Dan Plote, president of Plote Construction Inc., with Garrett Patten, president, Patten CAT.

This Cat 320B excavator got the attention of John Hagan of Landview Excavating. Old friends Richard Longbottom (L), Caterpillar Inc,. and Dean Adsit, Nortrax, got a chance to catch up at the auction.

Looking over this Cat 314CL is Paul Hagan of Landview Excavating. Rick Albin, president, Cat Auction Services, with MacAllister Machinery Co. Inc.’s L.T. Miller and Used Equipment Manager Billy Campbell. Terry North (L), Patten CAT, used equipment manager, answers some questions about the sale from Mike Goffinet, Goffinet Equipment.

Larry O’Neill (L), Patten Cat, welcomes Larry Lindahl of Lindahl Brothers to the July 31 auction.

(L-R): Rich Evans, Cat Auction Services; Mike Farshchi, Capital Cement; and John Loftus, Patten CAT, discuss the auction prior to the start of the sale.

Luke Mueller (R), Patten CAT, shows the Cat iron at the sale to Don Cook of Cook Equipment Co.


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2006 Tere Terex American HC-110

2012 T Tere erex RT555-1 Rough T Ter er rain Crane

2011 Tere Terex RT-100.15 Rough T Ter er rain Crane

2007 Grove TMS700E Hydraulic Tr uck Crane

2006 Liebher r LTM-1055-3.1

2006 Liebher r LT TM-1040-2.1

2003 T Tere erex/Demag AC-80-2

2002 Liebher r LMT T-1100/2

2000 0 Tere Terex/Demag AC-100 L

2005 T Tere erex American HC-80

1980 Manitowoc 3900 w/ Lattice-Boom Craw ler Crane

1977 American 11320 Lattice-Boom Craw ler Crane

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Thousands of Bidders Attend Ritchie Bros.’s Chicago Sale

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ore than 2,300 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’ multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction in Chicago, IL on August 1, 2013. Bidders came from 48 countries, including 47 U.S. states. More than 75 percent of the equipment was sold to out-of-state buyers, from as far away as Chile, Korea, Poland and the Unite Arab Emirates. Online bidders purchased more than 54 percent of the equipment sold (by dollar value). In total, 1,500 equipment items and trucks were sold in the auction, including crawler tractors, excavators, wheel loaders, truck tractors and more.

Discussing the prices at the sale are Dan Plote (L), president of Plote Construction Inc., and Chad Cailteux of Finkbiner Equipment Co.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Matt Albright of Haynes Construction Co. looks over this offset pull behind disc.

Bob O’Neal, O’Neal, Excavating & Construction looks over the Cat dozers at the August 1 sale in Morris, Ill. Larry Lindahl, Lindahl Brothers Inc., heads out to the auction yard to look at some of the Cat iron.

Running this Kobelco SK210 excavator is Dan Luepkes of Luepkes Enterprises. Tom Pattermann of Tom’s Equipment checks over this Cat 345C. Steve DeBaun, Track II Corp., asks some questions about the Cat dozers to Ben Arbeiter, Ritchie Bros.

Bob Bazzetta (in cab) and Rob Carlson, both of West Side Tractor Sales Co., inspect this John Deere 450D excavator.

In the cab of this Cat 385BL excavator is Joe Hession of Hession Sewer Co.

Roger Allen of Allen Trucking tests the hydraulics of this Cat D8N dozer.


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MAJOR JOB COMPLETION AUCTION CRANES, FORKLIFTS, SKID STEERS, WELDERS, LIGHT PLANTS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS

AUCTION

Canton Erectors

CANTON, OHIO

NOTE: Canton Erectors has completed several jobs in the greater Northern Ohio area and will sell equipment and support that will not be needed. EARLY HILITES: 2 TRUCK CRANES: Terex 428 40 ton, 1998 Sterling 28 ton, CARRY DECK CRANES: Shuttlelift 3330, 4 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2004 Cat 303CCR, 2007 JCB 8018, 2007 JCB 8008, Bobcat 325, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Case 590 Turbo (4x4), JD 310D, 2 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEER: 2007 Bobcat T250, 2007 JD CT322, 5 SKID STEERS: 2011 Cat 236B, NH LX565, (2) 2005 Bobcat S300, 2005 Bobcat S250, 4 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (2) 2004 Bobcat V518 Versa (4x4), 2003 JLG G6-42A, Gradall 524D-6 (4x4), 8 FORKLIFTS: 2009 Cat GC40KS, 2004 Komatsu FG45T-2-8, Toyota GCF25, Mitsubishi FG35, Clark GCG25, Yale 6000lb., Hyster E-80, Hyster S-30XL, 2 BOOM LIFTS: Genie S60 (4x4), Snorkel 41G, 10 SCISSOR LIFTS: (6) 2005 JLG 1930ES, (4) Stratolift MRX25, Hydromobile 15,000lb., 3 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: (3) 2011 Bobcat CT122, 13 WELDERS: (2) Lincoln SAE400, (2) Lincoln WP250, (2) Lincoln SA200, Lincoln LN25, Miller 8 Pack, Miller 452 Deltaweld, (4) Miller XME300, 3 LIGHT PLANTS: 2005 Terex AL4000, 2004 Allmand Night Lite, Allmand ML4CAOMXSV, 2 ARROW/ MESSAGE BOARDS: (2) American Signal towable speed checkers, 2 BUCKET TRUCKS: 1995 Ford F Series w/ Al-Tec WA600F, 1989 Ford F700 w/ Hi-Range 5FA48PBI, WATER TRUCK: 1992 Chevy 2500 Cab & Chassis, 3 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2005 Peterbilt 357 (t/a), 2001 Freightliner Classic (t/a), 1986 Ford LTL9000 (t/a), SERVICE TRUCK: 2000 Chevy 3500, STAKE TRUCK: 2006 Ford F350 (4x4), CAB & CHASSIS: 2003 Ford F350 Super Duty (s/a), PICKUP: 2000 Ford F250, 3 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2005 Landoll 435 (t/a), 1986 Trailking 40ft. (t/aq), 1987 Fontaine FL735 35 ton, GOOSENECK TRAILER: 2006 Towmaster C-14LS 14ft. (t/a), STORAGE TRAILER: 40 ft., OFFICE TRAILER: 40 ft., 2 DUMP BODIES: (2) New 9ft. Steel, 3 FLATBED BODIES: (2) New 12ft., New 10ft., TUGGER: Allis Chalmers made into Snow Plow, ENGINE: Detroit 4.7 Diesel, 4 CONTAINERS: (4) 2012 2 yd. Rear Load Straight Refuse Containers, RECREATIONAL & UTILITY VEHICLES: 2008 Bobcat 2200D (4x4), Yamaha 2 seat Golf Cart, CRANE ACCESSORIES: Various Lengths of Spreader Beams & I Beams, 4 PALLET JACKS: (2) Crown Electric, (2) Manual, FORKLIFT ACCESSORIES: (6) Battery Packs, (3) Forklift Chargers, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Pallets of Shop lights, Pallets of Clevises & Hooks, Banding Carts, Air Bumper Jack, Pallets of Cable Slings, Floor Jacks, Job Boxes, Welding Carts, Shofer Lift-All Hoist, Oil Filters, Acetylene Hose, 7ft. Safe, Vermette Material Lifts, 2 ton Engine Hoists, Quantity of Crane Shieve Blocks, Air & Acetylene Hose, 2-4 ton Gantry Systems, Nitrogen Jacking System, Large Quantity of Tools: Hilti-Milwaukee Demo Hammers- Core Drills- Screw Guns.

Address: 2009 Quimby SW Canton, OH 44706. DIRECTIONS: From Akron/ Canton Regional Airport: I-77 S/ 9.7 miles, exit 104, merge onto US 30 W/ US-62 W toward Massillon 1.7 miles. Take OH-297 exit toward Raff Ave./ Whipple Ave. .3 mile. Right onto OH-297 N/ Raff Rd. SW .1 mile, first right onto 17th St. SW/ Southway St. SW .5 mile, continue to follow 17th St. SW. Right on Quimby Ave. SW. Site will be on left. SALE SITE PHONE: (863) 660-4811 OHIO LICENSE #: 63199360809, OHIO AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 62199360989

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COMPLETE LIQUIDATION FORMER MAJOR SCRAP COMPANY APPROXIMATELY 100 ROLLOFF & LUGER CONTAINER, ROLLOFF TRUCKS, LUGER TRUCK, SKID STEERS, FORKLIFTS, BALER, SCALE SYSTEMS AND VERY LARGE AMOUNT OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

Ashtabula Metal & Iron

AUCTION

ASHTABULA, OHIO

NOTE: Selling in this sale will be the former assets of Ashtabula Metal & Iron.

EARLY HILITES: RECYCLING EQUIPMENT: 2006 Colmar SB6200-800 Metal Shear & Baler, Piranha Shear, Striptic Shear, 2001 Hammer Mill w/ 100ft. Belt Feeder-Shaker Tables-Radial Stacker, Horizontal Baler, Small Capacity of Balers, Can Pak CD500 Aluminum Can Compactor, 12ft. x 3ft. Shaker Table, Powerpac Conveyor, Wire Stripper, ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: P&H R150, 4 SKID STEERS: Cat 226B, Case 1845C, NH LS180, NH LS170, 6 FORKLIFTS: Cat DP80, Cat 50, Hyster 60, Yale GLC5050TF, Yale GLC5050T, Yale 5,000lb., WELDERS: Miller Big 40, SCREENING PLANT: Thomas TS400, 4 MAGNETS: 72in. Copper, 60in.-48in. Ohio, 38in. Copper, 3 SCALES: 10ft. x 80ft. 100K Truck Scale, 8ft. x 6ft. 10,000lb. Platform Scale, 4ft. x 4ft. 5,000lb. Platform Scale, ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 1992 Int’l. 4600 (s/a), ROLLOFF TRUCKS: 1994 Kenworth (tri.), DUMP TRUCK: 1986 Ford 9000 (s/a), 2 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2001 Sterling (t/a), 1984 Mack R686ST (t/a), STAKE TRUCK: 2002 Ford F350, LUGGER TRUCK: 2001 Mack DM690S (tri.), 2 CONTAINERS: (2) 40ft., 90 ROLLOFF CONTAINERS: (4) 80yd., (11) 60yd., (22) 40 yd., (11) 30yd., (19) 25 yd., (20) 20yd., (3) 10yd., 22 LUGGER CONTAINERS: (3) 18yd. (6) 15yd., (8)12yd, (3) 10yd., (2) 8yd., 2 FLATBED TRAILERS: Fontaine 48ft. (t/a), Hawks 48ft. (t/a), DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILER: 1996 Interstate 60 ton (tri.), 3 DUMP TRAILERS: 2004 Ace 34ft. (t/a), Cobra 34ft. (ta), 1992 Ravens 32ft. (t/a), 3 VAN TRAILERS: 1996 Strick 53ft. (t/a), 1996 Pines 53ft. (t/a), Great Dane 53ft. (t/a), NEW & USED TIRES: (15) Unused Recaps, STEEL SHEARS: LaBounty Linkage Shear, ATTACHMENTS: Grapples: 2006 Labounty 3 over 2 Grapple, 4 Tine Peel Scrap Grapple, Skid Steers: Bradco 9HD Backhoe, 4-in-1 Bucket, Custom N=Built Plow Frame, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (19) 3yd.-1/2yd. Steel Dump Hoppers, Forklift Ramp, Very Large Quantity of Shop Equipment, Quantity of Chains, Binders, Trailer Tarp Bows. OHIO LICENSE #: 63199360809, OHIO AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 62199360989

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The shadow market is generally defined as the homes that are in foreclosure, but not on the market, or homes that the bank or mortgage provider has taken back but is holding until the market improves. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There has been some suspicion that whoever is holding property is hanging onto them, waiting until prices improve or until they feel comfortable with the loss they will take,â&#x20AC;? said David Crowe, chief economist of the National Association of Homebuilders. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They were waiting to claim that loss on their balance sheet when their balance is stronger. The concern is that there are these houses are out there in nevernever land. The uncertainty is the worst part. My take is that these are not huge threats to the housing market, particularly not now. Whatever concern there was about the shadow and how it could affect the market is dissipating.â&#x20AC;? Along with the decline in the

â&#x20AC;&#x153;So I think what you have is the housing market is a good story, but I think the market uncertainty created by Congress does dampen that optimism. We are positive, but it could be a better story.â&#x20AC;? Dennis Slater Association of Equipment Manufacturers

shadow inventory is news that completed foreclosures in May 2013 numbered 51,000, down from 71,000 in May 2012 , â&#x20AC;&#x153;a year-over-year decrease of 27 percent, CoreLogic said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The stock of seriously delinquent homes, which is the main driver of shadow inventory, is at the lowest level since December 2008, said Mark Fleming, chief economist of CoreLogic. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We continue to see a sharp drop in foreclosures around the country and with it a decrease in

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the size of the shadow inventory. Affordability, despite the rise in home prices over the past year, and consumer confidence are big contributors to these positive trends,â&#x20AC;? said Anand Nallathambi, president and CEO of CoreLogic. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are particularly encouraged by the broad-based nature of the housing market recovery so far in 2013.â&#x20AC;? For the construction industry that means less competition from existing houses, and more contracts, more jobs and more sales

of equipment as more new homes are built, said Crowe. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Reduced competition from shadow inventory means more construction in new homes and we estimate that 100 new single family homes generates 300 additional jobs,â&#x20AC;? Crowe said. Construction equipment manufacturers are seeing the positive effects, too, said Dennis Slater, president of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My central message is we feel good about it,â&#x20AC;? Slater said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you

look at the sales numbers by construction equipment manufacturers as a whole, they are reporting good numbers.â&#x20AC;? But while the news is good, it could be better, Slater said. The U.S. Congressâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s inability to pass critical legislation is creating market uncertainty. â&#x20AC;&#x153;With the uncertain economic conditions, particularly with the lack of funding for the highway bill, contractors would be less likely to buy equipment at all,â&#x20AC;? Slater said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;One option would be to rent because they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have the long term commitment. They arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t comfortable that they have jobs beyond the current horizon. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So I think what you have is the housing market is a good story, but I think the market uncertainty created by Congress does dampen that optimism. We are positive, but it could be a better story.â&#x20AC;? (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

HCEA Annual International Convention Will Feature Demos, Displays of Antiques The Historical struction, mining and dredgConstruction Equipment ing equipment is especially Association (HCEA), a encouraged to attend, so 501(c)3 non-profit organizathey can observe the ancestion dedicated to preserving tors of todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s machinery in the history of the construcaction. The last HCEA tion industry, is hosting its show, which was held in 28th Annual International September 2009 in Bowling Convention and Old Green, Ohio, featured more Equipment Exposition, to be than 330 exhibits and drew held Aug. 16 to 18, 2013, at some 5,000 attendees from the International Union of around the world. Operating Engineersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Local Show hours are Friday, 150 Apprenticeship and Skill 9:00 to dusk; Saturday, 9 to Improvement Program The show features demonstrations and displays of 5; Sunday, 9 to 3. Center, 19800 West Arsenal horse-drawn, steam, gas and diesel-powered antique Admission per person 12 or Road, east of Wilmington, Ill. construction machinery, cable and hydraulic shovels over is $8.00 daily, or Wilmington is roughly 60 and cranes, hit and miss engines, antique trucks and $15.00 for a weekend pass. mi. southwest of Chicago, tractors, and more. Free admission for Local and 20 mi. south of Joliet. 150 members and children The center is home to a pair of fully under 12. The show features demonstrations and displays of horse-drawn, steam, restored and operable Erie B steam For more information, call 419/352gas and diesel-powered antique con- excavators â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a shovel and a crane. 5616 or visit www.hcea.net. (This story also can be found on struction machinery, cable and These will be the featured machines Construction Equipment Guideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Web hydraulic shovels and cranes, hit and for the show. The show is open to the general site at www.constructionequipmentmiss engines, antique trucks and tracpublic. Anyone involved with con- guide.com.) tors, and more.


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Road Institute Releases 2013-2014 Training Schedule Road Institute has released its 2013 - 2014 training schedule for road building industry professionals. The course curriculum offers two- to five-day training sessions beginning mid-October and continuing through May 2014, with training in Chambersburg, Pa., and Phoenix. Road Institute sessions cover a wide variety of focus areas, including asphalt paving and compactor training, and are designed to help attendees garner the most from their equipment on every application, with a balance of classroom-style instruction and hands-on learning. Instructors at the Road Institute bring nearly 50 years of combined teaching and field experience in a multitude of compaction and paving projects that span the globe. “We work to combine the firsthand knowledge our instructors have received over the years to each course, but also, the insights and tips that thousands of students have shared with us and one another,” said Wade Turlington, director of product and sales education. “These combined lessons help us reach our goal of ensuring every attendee walks away with the ability to take a smarter approach to every application moving forward. The combined classroom-style and hands-on learning ensures students have an opportunity to apply the knowledge they gain, and address any questions that may arise as they apply new knowledge in the hands-on learning sessions.” Courses are offered in asphalt paver and compactor operation maintenance and applications; screed operation; soil compaction operations; and automatic grade and slope control systems. Topics in each session range from daily and weekly maintenance to the operation and application of asphalt paving. Safety — a core value of Volvo — is a key component of the instruction in each course. “I have nearly 20 years of paving and compacting experience, and I took away so many lessons that I’ve been able to apply on our jobs that have helped us operate more efficiently, more safely — and — have allowed us to deliver higher quality jobs,” 2013 Road Institute student Mike Escher, owner of M.C.E. Dirtworks, said. “The most valuable thing is that the instructors don’t speak from a podium, they have firsthand experience with the challenges that can come up on paving and compaction jobs — from traffic control to compacting cul-de-sacs — and they apply that to their instruction.” Class size is limited for ideal instructor-to-student ratios and team learning. Tuition is $750 per student per three- to five-day course, or $500 for two-day seminars. Registration and hotel information is available online at roadinstitute.com. A 20 percent discount will be given to those who register by Sept. 30 for all classes held October through December. For more information on the Road Institute or to register for classes, visit roadinstitute.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Road Institute 2013–2014 Course Schedule Automatic Grade and Slope Systems • March 18 - 20, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Grader Hydraulic and Electric Systems (Step 1) • April 28 - May 2, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Large Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 1) • Nov. 5 - 7, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Jan. 28 - 30, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Large Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 2) • April 15 - 17, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. MT2000 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 1) • Dec. 9 - 13, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Jan. 6 - 10, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • Feb. 24 - 28, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. MT2000 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 2) • April 8 - 10, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. MW500 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 1) • Nov. 19 - 21, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver and Compactor Operation and Maintenance • Oct. 15 - 18, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Nov. 5 - 8, 2013, Phoenix • Dec. 10 - 13, 2013, Phoenix • Jan. 7 - 10, 2014, Phoenix • Jan. 14 - 17, 2014, Phoenix • Feb. 11 - 14, 2014, Phoenix • March 11 - 14, 2014, Phoenix • April 8 - 11, 2014, Phoenix • May 6 - 9, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • May 13 - 16, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver and Compactor Operation and Maintenance, Warm-mix Asphalt • Nov. 12 - 15, 2013, Phoenix • Jan. 28 - 31, 2014, Phoenix • Feb. 18 - 21, 2014, Phoenix • March 25 - 28, 2014, Phoenix • April 22 - 25, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa.

Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems — Blaw-Knox Pavers (Step 1) • March 31 - April 4, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems — P7000-Series Pavers (Step 1) • Jan. 20 - 24, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • Feb. 24 - 28, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • March 17 - 21, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems — P7000-Series Pavers (Step 2) • March 11 - 13, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems — PF6000Series Pavers (Step 1) • Feb. 3 - 7, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver Screed Operation and Adjustment • Nov. 19 - 21, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Feb. 4 - 6, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • Feb. 25 - 27, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • April 1 - 3, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paving and Compaction Application Seminar • Dec. 17 - 18, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Jan. 22 - 23, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • April 29 - 30, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Small Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 1 and 2) • Nov. 19 - 21, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Feb. 11 - 13, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • April 22 - 24, 2014, Chambersburg Pa. Soil Compaction Application Seminar • Oct. 29 - 30, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • May 20 - 21, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Soil Compactor Mechanics (Step 1) • Oct. 29 - 31, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Jan. 14 - 16, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Soil Compactor Mechanics (Step 2) • March 25 - 27, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa.

China Bans Construction of Government Buildings for Five Years BEIJING (AP) China’s leaders have banned the construction of government buildings for five years as another step in a frugality drive that aims to calm public anger at corruption. The general offices of the Communist Party’s central committee and China’s Cabinet jointly issued the directive July 23, according to the official Xinhua News Agency. No directive was immediately available online. Across China, grand government buildings with oversized offices and fancy light-

ing have mushroomed in many cities. They are often among the most impressive buildings in their own towns, drawing disapproval from the public. President Xi Jinping has spearheaded a campaign to cut through pomp, formality and waste among senior officials that have alienated many ordinary citizens. This year, high-end restaurants have reported a downturn in business as government departments and state-owned companies canceled banquets.

Xinhua reported that the directive orders an “across-the-board halt’’ to construction of official buildings, and “glitzy” structures built as training centers, hotels or government motels. Some government agencies have built such buildings in seaside resorts and other scenic spots as a perk for their officials and employees who can stay for free or at deeply discounted prices. They sometimes open to the public as profit-making ventures. Xinhua said the directive noted that some departments and localities have built govern-

ment office compounds in violation of regulations, which has tainted the image of the Communist Party and the government and stirred vehement public disapproval. It added that the directive calls on party and government bodies to be frugal and ensure that government spending goes toward developing the economy and boosting living standards. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Sandherr Issues Positive Statement on New Coalition The chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, issued the following statement in reaction to the launch of the new Coalition for Fair Effective Tax Rates. The association is a founding member of the new coalition, which will work to ensure that comprehensive tax reform efforts focus on lowering the effective corporate tax rates — what firms actually pay in total federal taxes. “The launch of this new coalition will help bring needed tax relief to a construction sector that currently pays the highest effective corporate tax rate of any industry type. That relief can’t come soon enough as the hard-hit construction industry pays an effective corporate tax rate of 31 percent, the highest level in the economy and more than double the rate some sectors pay, according to the most recent analysis by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. “Given federal officials’ repeated insistence on wanting to put in place policies to boost employment levels, it is hard to under-

stand why our tax policies discriminate against the labor-intensive construction industry. Fortunately, members of Congress have an opportunity to address the disparity among effective rates as they undertake broader, comprehensive tax reform. These reform efforts need to focus on, and ultimately lower, the effective corporate tax rate employers actually pay, instead of the ostensible, pre-deductions, corporate rate that is so often cited. “In addition to serving as a founding member of this new coalition, the Associated General Contractors of America will continue to work with federal officials to educate them about the disproportionate tax burden imposed on construction employers and work to promote the kind of tax relief needed to encourage more growth in construction employment.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com A E D ..............................................................................................39 ALEX LYON & SON INC CANTON OH 8/17 ASHTABULA OH 9/12 ..............................97 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ..........................................9 ALLU GROUP ................................................................................43 AMERICAN STATE EQUIPMENT ....................................................7 ARING EQUIPMENT CO INC ........................................................15 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIP USA..........................................10,11 BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ............................................................79 BARGAINS ................................................................................89,90 BLANCHARD MACHINERY INC ....................................................37 BOBCAT ENTERPRISES................................................................24 BRAMCO-MPS................................................................................82 CAT AUCTION SERVICES ALBURQUERQUE NM 09/19 ................................................99 CEG SCALE MODELS....................................................................33 CHICAGO PNEUMATIC..................................................................45 CK POWER ....................................................................................24 CLASSIFIEDS ................................................................................88 COMPANY WRENCH ....................................................................31 CONEXPO ......................................................................................30 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE..........................26,38,64,68 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP ................................52,53 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ......................................................48 DOPPSTADT ..................................................................................80 DYNAPAC........................................................................................50 EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS ..........................................................61 ERB EQUIPMENT ..........................................................................13 EXODUS MACHINES ................................................................74,75 FABCO EQUIPMENT INC ................................................................2 FARM-RITE EQUIPMENT INC..........................................................8 FELLING TRAILERS ..................................................................56,57 FINKBINER EQUIPMENT CO ..........................................................7 FLANGE LOCK ..............................................................................35 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ........................................................39 GARY CARLSON EQUIPMENT......................................................23 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM..............................................84 GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE ) ..................................................69 HOWELL TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ..............................45,104 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY..............................................45 ICUEE..............................................................................................18 ILLINOIS TRUCK & EQUIPMENT ....................................................3 IRAY AUCTION FOLEY MN 9/13......................................................................98 IROCK CRUSHERS ........................................................................78 IRON PLANET CRANE AUCTION 9/12 ..........................................................95

JEFF BELZERS CHEVROLET ..................................................59,62 JJ SCHECKEL CORP ....................................................................35 JOHN DEERE ..............................................................................103 KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ................................47 KLEEMAN ......................................................................................77 KOBELCO CONST MACHINERY ..................................................25 KOHLS WEELBORG ......................................................................62 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP............................................16,17,70,71 KPI-JCI ............................................................................................87 KUBOTA ..........................................................................................49 LEADING EDGE ATTACHMENTS INC ..........................................44 MCCANN INDUSTRIES INC ............................................................6 METSO MINERAL CRUSHING ......................................................83 METSO MINERAL SCREENING ....................................................86 MID COUNTRY MACHINERY ........................................................22 MIDWEST VIBRO INC ....................................................................39 MOBILE TRACK SOLUTIONS ........................................................35 MUSTANG MFG..............................................................................67 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS............................................................43 NORAM ..........................................................................................51 POWERSCREEN MW DEALER ....................................................85 PROXIBID ....................................................................................101 PURPLE WAVE INC INTERNET AUCTION 08/21 ..................................................93 RANSOME EQUIPMENT SALES LLC............................................91 RDO EQUIPMENT/SCHARBER EQUIPMENT ..............................27 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS LEBANON TN 09/21 ............................................................101 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY & SUPPLY ..............................6,29 ROGERS BROTHERS CORP ........................................................65 ROLAND MACHINERY INC..............................................................5 RTL EQUIPMENT INC ....................................................................78 RUFFRIDGE-JOHNSON EQUIPMENT CO ..................................82 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ..........................................................44 SENNEBOGEN ..............................................................................81 SIDUMP’R ......................................................................................60 SMITHCO ........................................................................................65 STAR EQUIPMENT LTD ..................................................................6 SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES ..............................................................84 TEREX CRANES ............................................................................46 THE G W VAN KEPPEL CO ..........................................................19 TITAN RENTS ................................................................................37 TOWMASTER INC ........................................................................63 UNITED RENTALS..........................................................................32 WANTED ........................................................................................91 WHAYNE SUPPLY CO....................................................................43 ZIPS TRUCK EQUIPMENT ............................................................62

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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-inclass serviceability features, such as an innovative easy-toclean “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.

IT’S GOT YOUR FINGERPRINTS

ALL OVER IT. Saginaw 4600 AIS Drive P.O. Box 253 Bridgeport, MI 48722 989/777-0090 Fax: 989/777-1583 Grand Rapids 600 44th Street S.W. Grand Rapids, MI 49548 616/538-2400 Fax: 616/538-0449 Northeast Detroit 65809 Gratiot Ave Lenox, MI 48050 586/727-7502 Fax: 586/727-7311

West Detroit 56555 Pontiac Trail New Hudson, MI 48165 248/437-8121 1-800/457-8121 Traverse City 8300 M-72 East Williamsburg, MI 49690 231/267-5060 Fax: 231/267-5257

www.murphytractor.com

www.westsidetractorsales.com Naperville, IL 60563 630/355-7150 Fax: 630/355-7173

Bloomington, IN 47403 812/333-9677 Fax: 812/333-9731

Rockdale, IL 60436 815/730-9011 1-800/937-3355 Fax: 815/730-9036

Fort Wayne, IN 46825 260/482-8576 Fax: 260/483-4057

Rockford, IL 60012 815/961-3160 Fax: 815/965-1810 South Holland, IL 60473 708/331-6362 Fax: 708/331-7334 Wauconda, IL 60084 847/526-7700 Fax: 847/526-3565

Indianapolis, IN 46219 317/544-3411 Fax: 317/544-3420 Lafayette, IN 47905 765/447-6933 Fax: 765/448-9038 South Bend, IN 46619 574/232-1461 Fax: 574/233-3324

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Des Moines, IA 800/822-2212

, Topeka, KS 800/279-6087

D North Platte, NE 800/894-7060

Fort Dodge, IA 800/362-2487

Ulysses, KS 800/472-9238

Omaha, NE 800/416-5095

Lima, OH 800/423-7445

Sioux City, IA 800/352-4693

Kansas City, MO 888/306-3434

Brunswick, OH 800/716-9796

Painesville, OH 866/800-1398

Cambridge, OH 740/439-2747

Poland (Youngstown), OH 866/503-7259

Waterloo, IA 800/772-2019 Dodge City, KS 800/794-0172 Great Bend, KS 800/264-4056 Park City, KS 800/262-0139

Springfield, MO 888/306-2656 Gering, NE 800/205-6784 Grand Island, NE 800/868-4017 Lincoln, NE 800/416-5518

Canton, OH 866/235-0438 Chillicothe, OH 740/663-5300 Cincinnati, OH 800/844-3734

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Columbus, OH E 800/222-2010

Vandalia (Dayton), OH 800/233-4228 Cranberry Twp, PA 724/776-3636 Delmont, PA 724/837-4500

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Ashland, WI 715/682-5522

Grand Rapids, MN 218/326-9427

Chippewa Falls, WI 715/834-2924

Escanaba, MI 906/789-9054

Monico, WI 715/487-5583

Louisville, KY 502/253-3721

Mosinee, WI 715/693-3820

Richmond, KY 859/623-2030

Duluth, MN 218/722-7456

Bowling Green, KY 270/842-3400

Bemidji, MN 218/759-1996

London, KY 606/862-8447


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