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Upscale Residential Tower Rises in Milwaukee By Eric Olson CEG CORRESPONDENT

Towmaster Holds Truck, Trailer Education Expo…12

Foley Equipment Opens New Facility…16

Ditch Witch Midwest Breaks Ground…22

A beautiful view of nearby Lake Michigan will await residents of a new, 22-story tower just northeast of downtown Milwaukee when construction on the building is completed in 2020. The new $123 million Saint John’s on the Lake project is taking shape on a low hillside just across the street from McKinley Park, which borders the lake and is a short walk from the McKinley Marina. Construction at the site began in April of 2018. The prime contractor is VJS Construction in Pewaukee. The tower is part of a five-acre complex of upscale senior housing facilities operated by Saint John’s along North Prospect Avenue on Milwaukee’s eastside. First opened in 1979, the campus offers older residents the options of independent living, assisted living and skilled-nursing care. The latest building, which will be designated as the North Tower, will encompass 422,000 sq. ft. and is designed to include 170 units. It will eventually replace a threestory building, in place for almost four decades, that has 50 beds for

Excavators, off-road trucks and concrete-pump equipment have effortlessly joined the cranes and the crew in working on the foundations of the 22-story tower.

folks requiring nursing care, as well as 24 assisted-living apartments. When the new structure is finished, it will house 300 residents. Nearby is Saint’s John’s 21-story South Tower, built in 2011, and a 10-story Central Tower that was

part of the community’s original footprint. Meeting a Demand Renee Anderson, president and CEO of Saint John’s Communities Inc. and the on-site manager of the complex, said the new tower at

Saint John’s is being built in response to the facility’s long waitlist of applicants. “Our market study indicated to us that there was capacity in our primary market area, the downtown and immediate North Shore see TOWER page 40

Table of Contents ............4 Backhoes & Attachments Section ......................55-67

Work on World-Class HSEC Begins in Minn. By Lori Tobias

Paving Section ..........81-93 Auction Section ......97-103 Business Calendar…....100 Advertisers Index ........102

CEG CORRESPONDENT

The new Health Sciences Education Center (HSEC) under construction at the University of Minnesota will be the one of the most comprehensive interprofessional education facilities in the country when complete, according to a University press release. “This new facility will help Minnesota develop the next generation of world-class medical professionals, to meet our future health care challenges and improve the well-being of all our see EDUCATION page 50

Excavators, off-road trucks and concrete-pump equipment have effortlessly joined the cranes and the crew in working on the foundations of the 22-story tower.


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TOWMASTER HOLDS TRUCK, TRAILER EDUCATION EXPO IN MINN.

More than 30 vendors attended the show, displaying their latest and most popular products. New tech from industries in cameras, plows, hydraulics, plastics, lighting and more were on display.

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FOLEY EQUIPMENT OPENS NEW FACILITY IN SALINA, KAN.

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AMAZON TRANSPORTATION, LOGISTICS EXECUTIVE SHARES VISION

Foley Equipment, a Caterpillar dealer in Kansas and northwest Missouri, hosted customers, employees, government officials and local supporters and friends at the grand opening of its new Salina facility.

Katie Thomson, vice president and general counsel for Amazon’s transportation and logistics operations, offered her perspective on some of the future transportation challenges and opportunities facing America.

The International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) announced recipients of the 2018 IBTTA Foundation Scholarship awarded to undergraduate students pursuing degrees in a transportation-oriented field of study.

Hayden-Murphy recently added the state of North Dakota to its existing Manitowoc and Grove territory. The Minneapolis-based company will offer full sales, rentals, RPO’s and parts and service support now in North Dakota.

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TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION AWARDS $10K IN SCHOLARSHIPS

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HAYDEN-MURPHY EXPANDS TERRITORY TO NORTH DAKOTA MANITOU GROUP ANNOUNCES STRONG FIRST HALF RESULTS

The IAAP legislative initiative to extend the sales tax exemption on mining equipment, HB 4415, was signed into law by Gov. Bruce Rauner on June 29. The exemption, has now been extended until July 1, 2023.

The operational teams continued to increase production speeds against a backdrop of tension in the operational chain, helped by the successful migration of their main ERP.

Earl Harbaugh, CEO of Ditch Witch Midwest, was joined by Mark Harbaugh, president of Ditch Witch Midwest; Fred Schramm, president of Schramm Construction; and West Chicago Mayor Ruben Pineda at the ceremony.

Mr. Harvey was well known in the industry; he was the owner of H.G. Harvey Constructors from 1961 until the time of his retirement. Additionally, Mr. Harvey served as an AGC of Minnesota board member and as Board Chairman in 1986.

Masaba Inc., a U.S. manufacturer of bulk material handling solutions, recently announced the addition of The Victor L. Phillips Company Construction Equipment to its dealer network.

Caterpillar Inc. announced that its board of directors has appointed Ogi Redzic as a vice president of the company. He will lead Caterpillar’s digital enabled solutions division (DESD), effective July 30, 2018.

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Luby Equipment Services, the Case Construction Equipment dealer based in St. Louis, is proud to announce the promotion of Jeff Mattie to service manager at the Fenton headquarters, effective immediately. Founder, Publisher & CEO Midwest Publisher Executive Publisher Editor In Chief Associate Editor Editorial Consultant Production Mgr. Controller Circulation Mgr. Web Editor

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Large Selection of New & Used Equipment in Stock. AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT CEDAR RAPIDS 3042, (’05), Volvo powered Jaw Crusher with 42”x20” VS Feeder, #C003039 ..........$275,000 EXTEC S5, (’08), Double Screen Crawler Screening Plant, (2) 8’x5’ double deck vib screens, (2) hyd folding wing conveyors, #C002706 ..............................................................................................................................$95,000 KPI FT2650, (‘16) Extended Discharge Conveyor, TIR System, Magnet, #C002296 ..................................$CALL SANDVIK CH430, (‘13) Closed Circuit Cone Plant, 6’x20’ TD Screen, #40230 ......................................$493,000

CRANES GROVE TMS900E, (’05), 90 Ton, 142’ Boom, 56’ Jib............................................................................$349,000 GROVE RT765E-2, (’14), 65 Ton, 110’ Boom, 56’ Jib, Aux Hoist, #C001601........................................$365,000 GROVE RT760, (‘93), 60 Ton, 110’ Boom, 56’ Jib, Aux Hoist, #15154 ..................................................$99,000 LIEBHERR HS855HD, 100 Ton Duty Cycle Crane, 105’ Boom, (2) Hoist with 20,000 SLP ..................$850,000 LIEBHERR LR853HD, (’98), 100 Ton Crawler Crane, 198’ Boom, 30’ Jib, 35.5” Pads..........................$199,000 MANITOWOC 11000-1, (‘07) 100 Ton, 200’ Boom, 60’ Jib, 3rd Drum, #C002372 ..............................$495,000

LOADERS AND EXCAVATORS: LIEBHERR L566 2+2, (‘13) 255HP, Hydrostatic Drive, TC, RC, 26.5R25 Tires, 6.5 YD Bkt, ROPS w/AC ..$CALL LIEBHERR R946LC, (‘13), 60’ Long Reach, 2.15 Yd Bkt, 93,000#, #C000072 ..........................................$CALL LIEBHERR A904C, (‘15), Rubber Tired w/Speeder Pkg, Aux Hyd, 40,300#, #C002263 ............................$CALL LIEBHERR PR736 LGP, (‘15), 204 HP, 32” Pads, 6-Way Blade, EROPS, #C001941 ..................................$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 Chad Benz at:

cbenz@amstate.com or mobile 1-414-553-5665 or 1-800-236-6900 Visit us at: www.amstate.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 OFF ROAD HAULERS

COMPACTORS

CRANES

Hamm GRW-5 Pneumatic Roller, 1994, Deutz Diesel, Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 hp, 8WD, Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, dual fuel, ROPS Canopy, (9) Ea. 7.50-15C1 Tires . . . . .$15,500 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$21,500 IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, off work), work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . . . Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, 29.5R25, anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 working everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$145,000 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, 20.5R25,

AIR COMPRESSORS

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 hitch rebuilt $115,000 IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean $69,500 Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, SPECIALS IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . . .$49,500 P/S trans, tailgate, work ready . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 (12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a towIR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 tires, type, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . .From $5,200 ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . . . . . .$147,500 Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, Good Feet . . Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5x25, A/C, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 P/S trans, working everyday on jobsites . . . .$87,500

BACKHOES

Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5R25, A/C, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,500 nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . . (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, all . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 DRILLS work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $79,500 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 hp, 6WD, John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, works everyday . . Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000 & remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 to $10,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 MISCELLANEOUS

(8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 - $6,500

CRAWLER TRACTORS

(2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a-blade, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS winches, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175,000 Ea. NUMEROUS Rivinius R600’s, 10’ Wide, Mount on JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick cou- (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . . . Dozer Blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25,500 pler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . .$29,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. ATTACHMENTS

Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500

MOTOR SCRAPERS

Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" stick, 44" Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 (5)

Komatsu

PC128UU,

1996,

offset

boom, Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good

rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG pads, JRB Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, work ready . .CALL

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL

Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 23’ boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing good con-

TRUCKS & TRAILERS

dition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$100,000 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . .CALL

BUCKETS Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple Buckets in Stock -Call For Your Needs FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Others Available Call Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection All Equipment is Owned & Operated By ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.


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NORTH DAKOTA TA Bismarck 701.250.4882 Fargo 701.271.2369 Minot 701.839.4020 Williston 701.577.1249

GEORGIA Buford 678.318.9500 Savannah 912.964.8079

SOUTH CAROLINA North Charleston 843.414.1120 Columbia 803 791 0740 803.791.0740 Piedmont 864.704.1060

NORTH CAROLINA Asheville 828.687.0620 Charlotte 704.596.8283 Greenville 252.754.5280 Raleigh 919.661.8710

TENNESSEE Chattanooga 423.308.7940 Knoxville 865.525.1845

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Towmaster Holds Truck, Trailer Education Expo in Minn.

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owmaster’s Truck and Trailer Education Expo on July 10 drew more than 500 people from all over the state of Minnesota. Departments of Transportation, municipal, county and township workers attended to see new equipment, plow trucks and trailers; visit with vendors; take factory tours; and attend education sessions prior to being served a lunch. More than 30 vendors attended the show, displaying their latest and most popular products. New tech from industries in cameras, plows, hydraulics, plastics, lighting and more

were shown to the people who use them in their line of work nearly every day. The weather didn’t cooperate, but it didn’t seem to deter the people who really wanted to stay on top of new technology. With a short rain delay, vendors had a chance to talk one-on-one with people and get feedback on what is working and what they’d like to see improved. Towmaster’s crew put on quite a show, and they even did Facebook Live videos of the event and interviews with the vendors, which can be found

on the company Facebook page. Towmaster’s Expo happens every two years and is wellliked by the vendors and well-attended by industry professionals. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG see TOWMASTER page 34

(L-R:) Sales Territory Manager Doug Loye, Andy Kietzmann and Regional Sales Manager Eric Rice of Force America in Burnsville, Minn., go over all the technical innovations Force America can provide a plow operator to make the job a bit easier.

(L-R:) Sales Rep Matthew Kiley and executives Bruno Montesano Jr. and Randy Sauer are hoping for a big snow season.

Ron Kroschel, fleet services manager of Anoka County, Minn., gives this Case CX60c compact excavator a test run. David Cox, sales manager of Farm-Rite in Dassel, Minn., which carries Bobcat and Towmaster trailers. (L-R:) Falls Plows booth had its hydraulic plow system on display with Owner Chris Schulte, Sales Rep Mitch Schulte and Sales Rep Tom Doyle, out of Little Falls, Minn.

Wayne Steele (L), equipment shop foreman of the Minneapolis Airport Commission, goes over the features on Liftmoore Truck Mounted Crane systems with Liftmoore’s National Sales Manager Steve Coffee.

Ron Eggers, general manager of Aero Industries in Omaha, Neb., displays the innovative AeroForce automatic tarping system and other products Aero has to offer.

David Cox, sales manager and trailer specialist at Farm-Rite Equipment in Dassel, Minn., goes over trailer storage and care of commercial trailers.


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Bomag BW213PDB-40, JD 450DLC, 12’ 10” Arm, 36” Pads, #75368 84” Padfoot, Blade, ......................$114,000 #103278 ..........$69,000

Cat 420F, Cab, Air, 4x4, JD 750K, LGP, 34” JD 1510C, 15 yd, 10’ Ext Hoe, 4+1 Bkt, Pads, 156” PAT Blade, Cut Scraper Pan, #108059 ..........$39,500 #105215 ..........$79,000 #107348 ........$169,000

JD 644H, Cab, Air, Cplr, CEC Screen, 6 x 16 GP Bucket, #109086 .... Wheeled Screen, ..........................$73,000 #91758 ..........$259,000

JD 850J, 128” Semi U, JD 200CLC, w/ Genesis JD 670GLC, 13’ 9” Arm, Shear, #101510 ............ 36” Pads, #107833........ 24” Pads, Ripper, #108465 ........$139,000 ......................$218,000 ......................$498,000

JD 772D, Low Cab, Air, JD 350GLC with 14’+2’ Blade, Scarifier, Genesis GXT665R, #105450 ........$418,000 #75716 ............$88,000

NPK Hammers, All Sizes for All Makes. Inspected and Well Maintained, GH4-GH18

JD 9560RT, 30” Tracks, JD 300GLC, 12’ 4” Arm, 1977 hours, #52305 ........ 32” Pads, Warranty, ........................$310,000 #107835 ..........$189,000

JD 300D, Bed Liner, JD 648L, Dual Function JD 844K, Cab, Air, Bed Heater, #104338 .... Grapple, Blade, Winch, Joystick, 7.25yd Bucket, ......................$219,000 #108582 ........$212,500 #105102 ........$169,000

JD 670D, Low Cab, Air, JD 644K, Cab, Air, 3 Spool, Ride, #106109 .. 14’ Blade, #98303 ........ ......................$149,500 ........................$89,500


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Used Equipment 2014 Bobcat T630

From a Name You Can Trust

2012 Bobcat T190

Stk# 65090-(L) A91, C/H/A, Pwr Bobtach, SJC, High Flow, Roller Susp, 2 Spd, 1045 Hours

2014 Bobcat T590

2017 Bobcat S650

2006 Bobcat A300

2017 Bobcat E35

Stk# 38216-(A) A71, Cab-HeatA/C, Power Bobtach, Susp Seat, All Wheel Steer, 2610 Hours

Stk# 65720-(L) A71, Cab-HeatA/C, Pwr Bobtach, Suspension Seat, 12” Trks, 1099 Hours

2017 Kubota K008

2017 Kubota KX040

2017 Kubota KX057

2015 Kubota SVL75

Certified Pre-Owned

Loretto (L), MN 888-479-4342 • 763-479-8200

Stk# 130727-(A) Cab-Heat-A/C, Angle Blade, Dual Hyds, Manual Quick Coupler, Bucket, 397 Hrs $60,900

2017 Kubota KX080

Stk# 116466-(A) Cab-Heat-A/C, Quick Attach, 2 Speed, 15” Tracks, 1084 Hrs $48,000

Stk# 77597-(S) Cab-Heat-A/C, Quick Attach, 2 Speed, High Flow, 18” Trks, 1832 Hrs $41,500

Anoka (A), MN 888-448-5266 • 763-323-1720

Stk# 130819(A) O40, Open ROPS, Hyd Thumb, Long Arm, Blade, Bucket, 117 Hrs $39,900

Stk# 128371-(S) Open ROPS, Blade, Adjustable Width Undercarriage, Bucket, 201 Hrs $16,500

Stk# 129523-(S) Open ROPS, Blade, Manual Quick Coupler, Bucket, 330 Hrs $37,900

2014 Kubota SVL90

Stk# 127001(A) A91, C/H/A, Pwr Bobtach, High Flow, 2 Spd, Bkt Positioning, Radio, 173 Hrs $42,500

Stk# 122302(A) A71, C/H/A, Pwr Bobtach, ACS, Roller Suspension, 12” Trks, 1910 Hours

Shakopee (S), MN 877-753-6100 • 952-445-6310

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Stk# 130795-(A) Cab-Heat-A/C, Blade, Hydraulic Thumb, Manual Quick Coupler, Bucket, 432 Hrs $92,900


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#92656 2012 KOMATSU PC138US LC-8 CAB | A/C | JRB QC | AUX HYD’S | HYD THUMB | ROAD LINERS | BLADE | 3,000 HRS ....$125,900

#82919 2015 KOMATSU PC170 LC-10 CAB | A/C | #83146 2014 KOMATSU PC210 LC-10 CAB | A/C AUX HYD’S | MANUAL QC | 1,500 HRS ................ | JRB QC | AUX HYD’S | ANTI-DRIFT VALVES | ..............................................................$169,500 2,200 HRS ............................................$159,850

#82717 2013 KOMATSU PC240 LC-10 CAB | A/C | 19' BOOM | 15' ARM | 31.5" SHOES | AUX HYD | QC | 2,500 HRS ..................................$189,500

#81570 2007 KOMATSU PC300 LC-8 CAB | A/C | 10’6” ARM | 33.5” TRACKS | KOMTRAX | REAR CAMERA | 6,200 HRS ............................$179,500

#82416 2011 KOMATSU PC308US LC-3E0 CAB | #92667 2012 KOMATSU PC360 LC-10 CAB | A/C A/C | QC | 33.5” SHOES | AUX HYD’S | KOMTRAX | HEAT | 13’ ARM | AUX HYD’S | JRB HYD Q/C | | 4,600 HRS ..........................................$189,500 36” BUCKET | 33.5” SHOES | 9,600 HRS.............. ..............................................................$125,000

#92662 2013 KOMATSU D51PX-22 CAB | A/C | 11’8” 6-WAY PAT BLADE | 28” SHOES | DRAWBAR | 3,200 HRS ........................$108,000

#80743 2007 KOMATSU D61EX-15 CAB | A/C | PAT BLADE | 24” SHOES | DRAWBAR | OPEN CENTER | 4,800 HRS ............................$122,500

#82933 2016 KOMATSU D61PXI-23 INTELLI#81289 2007 KOMATSU D65EX-15E0 CAB | A/C | GENT MACHINE | CAB | A/C | 34" SHOES | PAT SEMI-U BLADE | DRAWBAR | KOMTRAX | 3,400 BLADE | DIGITAL 2UHF RADIO | 2,000 HRS ........ HRS........................................................$137,500 ..............................................................$279,500

#82343 2007 KOMATSU WA150-5 CAB | A/C | GP BKT | 17.5-25 TIRES | 5,400 HRS ..........$74,500

#82234 2007 KOMATSU WA200-6 CAB | A/C | QC/BKT | RIDE CONTROL | LSD AXLES | KOMTRAX | 5,400 HRS ..................................$99,750

#81725 2011 KOMATSU HM400-2 40-TON TRUCK | CAB | A/C | TAILGATE | KOMTRAX | 8,200 HRS ............................................$199,500

#80381 2001 KOMATSU PC220 LC-6LF 60’ LONG FRONT | 60” DITCHING BUCKET | 6,600 HRS..........................................................$99,500

#91653 2008 KOMATSU HM400-2 CAB | A/C | BODY HEAT | TAILGATE | KOMTRAX | 7,500 HRS ..............................................................$204,900


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Foley Equipment Opens New Facility in Salina, Kan.

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oley Equipment, a Caterpillar dealer in Kansas and northwest Missouri, hosted customers, employees, government officials and local supporters and friends at the grand opening of its new Salina facility. see FOLEY page 38

Marvin Brobst of Brobst Construction, who has been operating heavy equipment since he was 14, came to see the latest on Cat iron.

Mike Phelps of Foley Industries gives a tour to customers at the new Salina facility. (L-R): Foley Chief Financial Officer Charlotte Kerner, Salina Deputy City Manager Mike Schrage, City Councilwoman Melissa Rose Hodges, Foley CEO Ann Konecny, Salina Mayor Karl Ryan, Chief Legal Officer Doug Stuhlsatz and Chief Operating Officer Shane Ham perform the ribbon-cutting.

Austin Lebien (L) and Doug Wilson, both of Lebien Seeding & Fencing, take a tour of the outside of the new facility.

Ryan Standley (L) of Foley Industries chats with Sandra (C) and Adrian Moberly.

Chief Financial Officer Charlotte Kerner, Representative Steven Johnson, CEO Ann Konecny, Chief Legal Officer Doug Stuhlsatz and Chief Operating Officer Shane Ham pose for a ribbon-cutting picture.

Justin and Amy Rutz of Rutz Construction have a look at this Cat 236D track skid steer.

(L-R): Laramie Childs, Mike Blick, Aaron Taylor, Neil Tittle and Nyle Reinert, all of Lyons Salt Co., like what they see at the new facility.


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Sales • Rentals • Parts • Service • Financing

2012 Wirtgen WR2000XL WR12035 $199,500

2015 Komatsu D39EX-23 KM15324X $127,300

2007 Grove RT540E GR07595 $170,000

2005 John Deere 450J JD05002X $37,500

2005 IR SD122F IR05514X $37,500

2016 Deere 524K 2 Available $89,500 to $96,500

2011 Komatsu PC138USLC-8 KM11737X $69,500

2014 Cat D6T 6 Available $130,000 to $140,000

2006 Komatsu D65EX-15 2 Available $69,500 Each

2011 Hamm HD140 VVHF HA11094X $79,500

2012 Hamm 84”Single Drum Smooth – HA12167 $64,250

All sales are subject to availability at time of order, prices do not include taxes or other applicable fees. Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. doesn’t engage in exports to embargoed countries. Sold As Is Where Is.

Contact Rick Nielsen for details and pricing.

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Transportation Association Awards $10K in Scholarships The International Bridge, industry for generations to Tunnel and Turnpike come. We are excited to Association (IBTTA) watch Lyndon and Jenson announced the recipients of the advance their studies and join 2018 IBTTA Foundation the next generation of transScholarship awarded to underportation professionals.” graduate students pursuing Chang and Draper will be degrees in a transportation-orirecognized for their achieveented field of study, including ment during the Opening engineering; urban and regional Ceremonies of IBTTA’s 86th planning; construction manageAnnual Meeting and ment; public administration; Exhibition in Baltimore, Md., and other related fields. IBTTA on October 15, 2018. is the worldwide association for The IBTTA Foundation’s the owners and operators of toll scholarship program is facilities and the businesses that administered by Scholarship serve them. America, the nation’s largest Lyndon Chang, pursuing a designer and manager of degree in public policy and scholarship, tuition assistance administration from the and other education support University of Southern programs for corporations, California, and Jenson Draper, foundations, associations and an engineering major at the individuals. Awards are University of Minnesota, were granted without regard to selected to each receive a race, color, creed, religion, $5,000 scholarship from the sexual orientation, age, genIBTTA Foundation Scholarship der, disability or national oriLyndon Chang is pursuing a degree in public policy Program. gin. Chang and Draper were and administration from the University of Southern Jenson Draper is an engineering major at the For more information University of Minnesota. selected through a competitive California. about IBTTA, please visit selection process. This is the www.ibtta.org or contact Bill second year for the IBTTA Cramer at bcramer@ibtta.org changing at a rapid pace with inno- and Jenson are the future of trans- Foundation Scholarship,” said Foundation Scholarship Program, vations and new technologies help- portation and I have no doubt will Philip Miller, chair of the IBTTA or 202-210-2962. which has now awarded $20,000 ing to revolutionize how people help usher in a new era for our Foundation and vice president of (This story also can be found on in scholarship funds to four deserv- move from place to place,” said industry.” Construction Equipment Guide’s AECOM. “It is the charge of this ing students. Patrick D. Jones, executive direc“We are thrilled about the 2018 scholarship program to invest in website at www.constructionequip“The field of transportation is tor and CEO, IBTTA. “Lyndon recipients of the IBTTA the future of the transportation mentguide.com.)

Mining Equipment Exemption Signed into Law by Ill. Governor The IAAP legislative initiative to extend the sales tax exemption on mining equipment, HB 4415, was signed into law by Gov. Bruce Rauner on June 29. The exemption, which was scheduled to sunset in August of this year, has now been extended until July 1, 2023. The House previously approved the bill on a vote of 108-1 and the Senate passed the bill 58-0. Senator Don Harmon and Representative Jerry Costello were the lead sponsors of the bill. The legislation is a joint initiative with the Illinois Coal Association. While the IAAP has successfully assured through recent rules adopted in the Illinois Department of Revenue that most mining equipment is also exempt under the Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment Tax Exemption (MM&E), the mining equipment exemption is broader than the MM&E and serves as an insurance policy should the MM&E be eliminated.

Below is a summary on the two exemptions: Mining Equipment Exemption This exemption applies to purchases of machinery and equipment used primarily for aggregate/industrial minerals exploration, mining, off-highway hauling, processing, maintenance and reclamation, including replacement parts, as well as explosives and related equipment used in quarrying, which are exempt from paying retailers occupation (sales) tax or use tax in Illinois under this exemption. To download Illinois Department of Revenue rules implementing the mining equipment tax exemption, visit http://tax.illinois.gov. When purchasing equipment and machinery, the producer may claim the mining equipment tax exemption by checking the aggregate mining tax exemption box on the

IL Department of Revenue’s ST-587 Equipment Exemption Certificate (3rd box on Step 5 of the current form). Given the broad scope of this tax exemption, this is a very straightforward manner to claim your exemption from sales/use taxes. Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment Exemption (MM&E) Most equipment used in aggregates/industrial minerals mining is also exempt from sales/use taxes under the Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment Exemption (MM&E). This tax exemption extends to the purchase of all machinery, equipment and explosives used in the aggregates/industrial minerals manufacturing process — after exploration up to stockpiling. The IAAP worked with the Illinois Department of Revenue to develop rules clarifying the types of machinery and equip-

ment exempt under the MM&E. The final rules, which were adopted in August of 2016, are found at www.ilga.gov/. This exemption may be claimed by checking the 1st box on Step 5 of ST-587. However, this exemption is narrower than the mining equipment tax exemption in that it may not apply to equipment used in pre-mining exploration and drilling, reclamation or stockpiling. The MM&E was made permanent as part of the law passed in 2017 which also included an increase in the state income tax. Contact the IAAP with any questions you may have regarding the sales tax exemptions for mining equipment. It is also recommended that you consult a tax professional for specific tax advice and questions. For more information, visit www.iaapaggregates.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Ditch Witch, Schramm Break Ground on New Facility Schramm Construction Corporation broke ground on the new Ditch Witch Midwest facility on July 25 at 1:00 p.m. Earl Harbaugh, CEO of Ditch Witch Midwest, was joined by Mark Harbaugh, president of Ditch Witch Midwest; Fred Schramm, president of Schramm Construction Corporation; and West Chicago Mayor Ruben Pineda at the ceremony. The new 40,000-plus sq. ft. facility will be

The turning of the soil at the groundbreaking ceremony. Leanne Harbaugh, human resources manager of Ditch Witch Midwest, welcomes everyone to the ground breaking ceremony in West Chicago, Ill.

located at 1555 Atlantic Drive in West Chicago. With the continued growth of Ditch Witch Midwest and Rentals Plus, along with the startup of 1st Choice Equipment, the companies have outgrown their current facility and yard space at 124 N. Schmale Road in Carol Stream. “Although we hate to be leaving the village of Carol Stream, we are excited to be making our new home in the city of West Chicago. This new building and yard space will give us the opportunity to train and hold customer

schools on proper equipment operation and safety,” said Mark Harbaugh. The new facility will include two advanced training rooms and more than 1⁄2 acre of outdoor space to educate clients on the proper use of equipment and the overall Ditch Witch Midwest safety goals. Other building amenities include a 3,000 sq. ft. showroom, covered equipment storage, more than 14,000 sq. ft. of service area, and 12,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space, in addition to private offices, conference rooms and more. The architect for the new facility is Eric Carlson of ECA Architects & Planners.

This is one of five projects Schramm Construction is currently building. Others include the Fox Valley Shooting Range state-of-the-art indoor firearms facility in Elgin, an addition at FONA International in Geneva, Price Circuits headquarters remodel in Elgin and an addition at Christ Community Church in St. Charles. For more information, visit www.ditchwitchmidwest.com and www.schrammconstruction.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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The Harbaugh family is very excited about the new 40,000-plus sq. ft. facility located at 1555 Atlantic Drive in West Chicago. (L to R) are Leanne, Earl (Founder), Mark and Scott Harbaugh.


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Victor L. Phillips Co. Joins Masaba

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Masaba Inc. recently announced the addition of The Victor L. Phillips Company to its dealer network.

Masaba Inc., a U.S. manufacturer of bulk material handling solutions, recently announced the addition of The Victor L. Phillips Company Construction Equipment to its dealer network. Masaba is looking forward to partnering with The Victor L. Phillips Company. “We’re proud to add them to our network of equipment dealers. With our shared values, we are excited to offer high-quality, rugged bulk handling equipment to the Kansas and Missouri area,” said Jim Peterson, president of Masaba. “We are pleased and excited about adding Masaba to our product portfolio. The Victor L. Phillips Company is looking forward to a long and successful partnership. We in fact celebrated by selling and delivering our first Masaba conveyor in Kansas this week. What a great way to start a new partnership,” said Bill Schoenfelder, president of The Victor L. Phillips Company. Masaba was formed in 1962 by Harold Higman Jr. with a mission to design and build rugged equipment to withstand the demanding environments of the mining and aggregate industry. Harold’s son, Jerad, took over the company in 1999. Growing up working side-by-side with his father, he learned what it takes to make equipment that not only works but lasts.

Masaba’s wide range of products include portable and stationary crushing, screening and wash plants as well as a complete line of conveyors, surge bins and feeder hoppers, all designed and manufactured specific to the customer’s needs. “Masaba’s product reputation of strength and reliability comes not only from the high level of engineering and quality manufacturing processes, but also from our team of employees who take great pride in their work, knowing they are helping to build America’s infrastructure,” said Jerad Higman, Masaba CEO. The Victor L. Phillips Company opened its doors in 1911. What started as a used construction equipment sales company, its founders, Victor L. Phillips and W.C. Jones, quickly discovered that innovation would be the key to their success. Initially, the company sold equipment like used concrete mixers and tip-over, horse-drawn concrete carts. But there was high demand for new, more advanced equipment, so the pair added new products to their inventory, including an asphalt kettle that Phillips designed and built himself. “Combining the two companies in a partnership just feels right. Masaba’s technical knowledge, coupled with their ability to custom manufacture products give us a big advantage when

Luby Promotes Jeff Mattie to Service Manager

it comes to building and delivering what our customers need in order to be more productive,” said GD Wisner, Victor L. Phillips Co. aggregate specialist, with more than 20 years of experience. Masaba holds several patents for features they have devel- “Jeff’s tenure as assistant service manager oped and incorporated throughout its will be influential in his success as the product line. Markets that Masaba now serves leader of our service department.” include sand and gravel, aggregate, Bob Luby mining, agriculture, ports and inland Luby Equipment Services waterways, industrial, wood chips and specialty minerals. This full product line has been very Luby Equipment Services, the Case Construction well received, allowing Masaba to Equipment dealer based in St. Louis, is proud to announce grow rapidly within the industry. “Customers not only appreciate the the promotion of Jeff Mattie to service manager at the Fenton initial design of our equipment, but headquarters, effective immediately. An assistant service more importantly, our ability to cus- manager for the past two years, Mattie takes over for longtomize, allowing producers to get the time service manager Tom Bognar, who recently retired after most out of their equipment invest- 35 years of service. “I have always considered the position of service manager ment,” said Peterson. Proud of their heritage as a reliable, to be the toughest job in the company,” said Bob Luby, presfair-dealing company, the staff at The ident of Luby Equipment Services. “I am pleased that Jeff Victor L. Phillips Company and the Mattie will be assuming these responsibilities in Fenton. Masaba team are excited for a great Jeff’s tenure as assistant service manager will be influential in his success as the leader of our service department.” future together. Sales Manager David Kedney agrees. “Jeff’s experience For more information, visit www.masabainc.com and and passion for customer service will be instrumental in ensuring that our customers continue to receive the best servwww.vlpco.com. (This story also can be found on ice offering in the area,” he added. (This story also can be found on Construction Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequip- Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) mentguide.com.)


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The challenges facing the U.S. transportation, however, are coming from different angles and all at once, Katie Thomson said.

Thomson also noted that traffic fatalities have sharply increased over the last several years, while the quality of U.S. transportation infrastructure continues to decline.

“We will need to invest over $1.2 trillion in our nation’s infrastructure over the next decade just to catch up to where we should be,” she said.

Yet demands upon the transportation system will only increase as it is expected to be moving 70 million more people by 2045, with freight volumes increasing 40 percent and air traffic passenger volume going up 50 percent by that year as well, Thomson pointed out. “So what does the future hold? I’m an optimist and I believe this is one of the most exciting times to be involved in transportation,” she said. “We’re seeing innovation in the use of drones and the development of self-driving vehicles. We need to be willing to take informed risks especially with technology to find ways to improve the safety, performance, resiliency and stability of our transportation system,” Thomson said. “There’s a lot of innovation going on, especially with drones and self-driving cars and trucks, and at some point we will need to persuade the public that they are safe; that they are a reasonable risk to take,” she said. “State and local governments are stepping up and addressing some of these transportation issues, but collectively between the public and private sector, we must do more.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Building a Strong Construction Safety House Transportation Record Starts With Creating a Culture Proposal Provides Financing Approach

Safety is improving in the construction industry, according to the National Safety Council, but serious injuries and fatalities still occur. “I think it’s fair to say that while we have been getting better at preventing most incidents and improving safety, in general, there are specific ways in which we have not been improving and we need to do more to address,” said John Dony of the Campbell Institute/National Safety Council. Dony and fellow safety professionals outlined how to build a strong construction safety culture in a recent ConExpo-Con/AGG 365 article. Beyond Compliance: Creating a Culture of Safety Going beyond compliance training is one of the biggest things that organizations in any industry can do, but this is perhaps more relevant in construction than any other industry because compliance training is often mandated, according to Dony. He suggests that training around more advanced safety topics and focusing on creating a culture of safety are what is really critical — not necessarily being able to score 80 percent on a comprehensive test. Creating a culture of safety includes empowering all workers, employees, or contractors to make observations, report unsafe conditions, and have the authority to stop work without retribution. “Until an organization is able to build that sort of a culture and back it with a management system built on the principle of continuous improvement, it won’t get very far with training,” he explains. Consider this example: you can take first aid training a hundred times, but you will never be a doctor. You’ll just be very good at first aid. In the same way, focusing on a basic level of safety training and not paying attention to systems and culture will not fundamentally make an organization any safer, Dony said. Still, there are a number of resources and tools at the disposal of construction companies today. For instance, rainyday and on-the-spot training are available and effective. However, in-person training provides invaluable tools, resources, and information to ensure participants can apply information

Creating a culture of safety includes empowering all workers, employees, or contractors to make observations, report unsafe conditions, and have the authority to stop work without retribution.

learned in the field, said Eric Perry of the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA). Emerging Technologies Enhance Safety Training Technology, in general, is making training and development both more efficient and effective. Case in point: mobile learning, education and training conducted via hand-held devices. “Training is no longer one and done, check-the-box events,” said David Braunstein of Together for Safer Roads. “Organizations can now offer ongoing, engaging micro-learning events, reaching employees who do not normally work out of an office environment. This means safety training can literally accompany employees to the job site, keeping safe practices and procedures top of mind,” he said. Braunstein suggests one of the most important skills any employee can develop in the construction industry is hazard recognition — and technology can help. Advances in the field of training and development include virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), which are already helping many construction professionals analyze, predict

The chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, released the following statement in reaction to the release of discussion draft infrastructure proposal by the chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee: “Chairman Shuster has demonstrated wisdom and courage by outlining a series of infrastructure recommendations that will support meaningful improvements to the nation’s surface transportation systems for the next decade. In what is becoming all-too-rare, the chairman has made a serious, substantive effort to identify fiscally responsible ways to pay for improvements to aging and over-burdened transportation, waterways and public buildings across the country. “While we have concerns that his call to replace the current funding system with a new approach in ten years could be politically difficult, he is right to assume that we need a user-fee approach that is better suited the way people use our infrastructure. “His concept will lead to marked improvements in the quality, efficiency and safety of the nation’s surface transportation systems and other public infrastructure. It will make American employers more competitive and successful by reducing the costs of coping with the chronic congestion, detours and delays that effectively serve as a tax on business. And it will help prepare our transportation system to accommodate the kind of technological improvements — including self-driving vehicles — that are likely to radically transform personal and commercial transportation for the years to come. “The Associated General Contractors of America and our more than 27,000 member firms are prepared to work closely with the Chairman, Congressional leadership of both parties and the administration to make sure this draft serves as the catalyst for enacting new, long-term legislation. Enacting a measure like this will go a long way to help rebuild America’s infrastructure.” For more information, visit www.agc.org.

and prevent hazardous situations. Other emerging technologies that can help with safety training include: • Wearables for monitoring heat stress or limiting access to restricted areas • Sensors for avoiding human and machine interaction • Drones for inspections • Mobile devices for safety reporting and information Dony said the applications for technology that help make workers safer are nearly limitless, and more are being (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment explored by organizations every day. Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) “The key is to consider what technology will have the biggest bang for the buck and also ensure that you don’t add any additional or new risks to a project when you integrate technology as a solution for an existing problem,” he said. “For many employees, acceptance of new technologies can be challenging, so it is important for companies to invest in meaningful training to understand the purpose and successful use of these technologies,” said Braunstein. For more information, visit www.aem.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Manitou Group Announces Strong First Half Results The board of directors of Manitou BF closed the accounts for the first half of 2018 on July 30. Michel Denis, president and chief executive officer, said: “The Group achieved another record quarter and revenue growth of 17 percent compared to H1 2017. Business was buoyant in all geographies and in our three markets of construction, agriculture and industries. Order intake for the second quarter was sustained and increased compared to Q2 2017 if we exclude the exceptional effects generated in France by the end of the tax law on equipment overamortization in April 2017. “In this very favorable environment, the Manitou group continued to expand its products range, gain market shares and increase its production rate. Growth made great demands on the operational chain, which remained tense but under control. The increase in production rates enabled us to accelerate the reduction of the depth of the order book, something we want to continue, in order to be more responsive to our customers.

“All these factors led to close the semester with a current operating income of 6.7 percent of sales revenue, an increase of 70 basis points. At constant scope and exchange rate, current operating income was 7.0 percent of sales revenue. “Business prospects remain positive, with markets that we still see well oriented in all regions. At this stage, the impact of changes in import duties in certain countries resulted in an increase in production costs in the United States which, like all American manufacturers, we pass on to our customers. “The performance achieved in the first half-year, the favorable economic context and the size of our order book allow us to confirm our expectations of sales revenue growth of more than 15 percent for the financial year, and a growth in current operating income of around 80 basis points compared to 2017, or around 6.8 percent.” Review by Division The MHA — Material Handling & Access Division achieved a half-

year revenue increase of 16 percent compared to H1 2017, 18 percent at constant exchange rates and scope. Growth was particularly strong in construction and agriculture. Excluding the impact of the increase in orders received in Q2 2017 to be delivered from 2018 as a result of the ending of the tax law on depreciation in France, order intake has increased compared to Q2 2017. The operational teams continued to increase production speeds against a backdrop of tension in the operational chain, helped by the successful migration of their main ERP. The sales price increases implemented since 2017, the effects of which were delayed by the depth of the order book, allowed a more consistent alignment of sales prices with purchase prices. In addition, the volume growth effect offset the negative exchange rate effects as well as the additional costs required by growth. Profit from recurring operations was 7.4 percent of sales, up by 40 basis points compared to H1 2017.

Preserving History...

The CEP — Compact Equipment Products Division achieved a revenue rise of 29 percent compared to H1 2017, 30 percent at constant exchange rates and scope. Business was sustained in all markets. In North America, growth of the rental companies was strong, as was their order intake. Growth also was very dynamic in Europe, as well as in the APAM region. In the United States, strong business growth was achieved despite an environment in which the shortage of manpower and tensions in the supply chain are constraints and cost factors. In India, the division continued to progress, with the launch during the quarter of its first skidsteer developed for emerging countries, just one year after the acquisition of the manufacturing site. The positive impact of the very strong level of growth was amplified by the performance of the dollar, which enabled the division to improve the competitiveness of products exported from American factories. These factors meant that

the division’s negative operating result of 1.9 percent of sales revenue in H1 2017 improved to a positive result of 2.4 percent of sales revenue, representing an increase of 430 basis points in just one year. The Services & Solutions Division (S&S) recorded a 9 percent increase in its activity, 10 percent at constant exchange rates and scope. Continuing the trend of previous quarters, service, rental and used machines activities recorded the strongest development. The spare parts and attachments activities continued to grow, based on a favorable context and continued commercial development efforts. The recurring operating profit as a percentage of revenue was set at 8.2 percent, down by 40 basis points in view of the changes in the scope of consolidation and continued deployment of resources required for the division’s future development. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Work Begins on Michigan’s Hayden-Murphy Expands American Farm Museum Territory to North Dakota BLISSFIELD, Mich. (AP) Work has begun in southeast Michigan on the future American Farm Museum and Education Center. The groundbreaking for the project was held in July in Blissfield, The Daily Telegram of Adrian reported. Construction has begun on a storage building, which is the first step in a multiphase plan. “The facility will present rotating displays in both the museum and educational center,” museum officials said in a press release. “Educating the public on the vast diversity in the agricultural field will be the focus. The museum component will engage visitors through multidimensional displays and demonstrations.” The idea for the museum came from Charles and Barbara Burkholder, who wanted to have their farm toy collection featured in the museum, said Melissa Durbin Growden, who is with the museum’s board of directors. The museum received the 13,000-piece collection of farm toys and 350

pedal tractors in 2012. Growden said the museum aims to build an understanding and appreciation for agriculture. “We hope to preserve not only agricultural history, but also educate visitors on the past, present and future of farming,” she said. The museum bought the 34-acre property in 2017, as well as an adjoining 19 acres from Joanne Whiteman and Ron and Linda Rohrback. Republican state Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian attended the groundbreaking event. She said the museum and center will be able to teach future generations. “This represents the American farmer and honors the American farmer ... and the contribution that farming and agriculture has had for generations in the past and I believe will continue to have generations to come,” Kahle said. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Hayden-Murphy Equipment Company recently added the state of North Dakota to its existing Manitowoc and Grove territory. The Minneapolis-based company will offer full sales, rentals, RPO’s and parts and service support now in North Dakota. Len Kirk, president and CEO of the 61year-old firm, said that “it is HaydenMurphy’s support expertise that has given us this opportunity. We have earned a stellar reputation of support over the years across North America and beyond, and we will now be able to rent and sell the Manitowoc and Grove product in North Dakota, as well as continuing to support our existing customers there.” Additionally, Hayden-Murphy sales rep-

resentative and industry veteran Bob Brower, who resides in Fargo, has a wellestablished relationship with the crane customers in the area. Along with HaydenMurphy’s large rental fleet, he will dramatically increase the Manitowoc and Grove presence in North Dakota. “We’re very excited to partner with Hayden-Murphy in North Dakota,” said David Hull, vice president of Americas Sales of Manitowoc. “Manitowoc’s customers expect velocity, product innovation and outstanding customer service, and HaydenMurphy will deliver on those expectations.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Towmaster Education Expo Draws Big Crowds in Minn. TOWMASTER from page 12

Andy Rice, vocational truck manager of I-State Truck Centers in Inver Grove Heights, Minn., with this decked-out plow truck ready for service.

Trucks, trailers, and accessories were the main feature at the expo.

A catered meal was provided and enjoyed.

Some of the approved municipal contract Towmaster trailer dealers attended the show.

The gray skies didn’t deter professionals from attending the show. Township attendees were very interested in the new offering from Deere.

The stage backdrop features the premier show sponsors. Door prizes are staged for an after-lunch give-away.

Vendor booths were buzzing with activity showing off their new tech and answering questions.

Vendors offered up-close and demonstration displays, like this lighting display from Whelen.

The sales team is on-hand, meeting and greeting Expo attendees. (L-R) are Jesse Miller of RDO government sales; Mitchel Junker of RDO compact sales; Scott Weness, RDO sales manager; Bob Pace of Towmaster sales; Dan Dostal of RDO sales; and Christian Luckhardt, RDO sales intern.


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Bob Hoffman Jr. of Hoffman Construction tours the new Salina facility located just off I-70 and Ohio Street.

Foley Equipment has proudly served the Salina community since 1956. Construction started on the company’s newest location off I-70 on Ohio Street in July of 2017. “We very much appreciate all the efforts of the city of Salina administration in working with us to make today a reality,” said Chief Executive Officer Ann Konecny. “Our new facility here represents our long-term commitment to being our customers’ and employees’ first choice.” Officially opened for business on July 2, the company’s 33,000-sq.-ft. site more than doubles the square footage of Foley Equipment’s previous location. The new see FOLEY page 80

(L-R): Garrett Clay, sales manager of Foley Industries, and Ann Konecny, CEO of Foley Industries, welcome Roger Koehn to the grand opening of the new Salina facility.

Officially opened for business on July 2, the company’s 33,000-sq.-ft. site more than doubles the square footage of Foley Equipment’s previous location. (L-R): Marc Wingo of Grain Belt, Jim Howard of Howard Building and Dennis Ensz of 3-D Trenching & Backhoe take a look around the facility.

Garrett Clay (L), sales manager of Foley Industries, gives a tour of the new Salina facility to Ed and Sheila Bate of Piping Technology Co.

Bill Ring (C) of the Ellis County Highway Department is welcomed to the grand opening celebration by Foley Industries’ Jeff Smarsh (L) and Jeff Wood.

Enjoying the barbecue lunch at the grand opening are Kris Jones (L) of North Central Kansas Technical College and Jon Robinson of Foley Industries.


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When finished, the Saint John’s North Tower will add another dazzling, modern look to the city’s skyline along the blue waters of the lake. When finished, the Saint John’s North Tower will add another dazzling, modern look to the city’s skyline along the blue waters of the lake.

Located where a street-level employee parking lot had existed, the actual footprint of the construction site is relatively small.

Anderson said the 22-story structure underway will have Floors 2 to 4 set aside for 50 skilled-care and 24 assisted-living suites, while the fifth floor will be made up of 16 assisted living apartments — all with nursing support. Floors 6 to 22 of the new tower will be devoted to independent-living suites. The four floors offering enhanced health care will all be made up of private rooms and are designed to be larger than those currently used for skilled nursing and assisted living. “The apartments are similar to those in our current two towers,” Anderson continued, “although on

average, the total square footage of those in the proposed building is bigger. They vary in size from 1,455 square feet to 1,920 square feet, exclusive of the top floor, where there will be two units, one at 2,490 square feet and one at 2,515 square feet.” At about the 18-month point in the new construction, or late next year, the three-story facility which now houses skilled and assisted living rooms will be demolished, according to Mike Lingle, vice president of facilities at Saint John’s. It is located right next to the new tower. Residents currently in the threefloor structure will continue to live

in their rooms while work progresses on the new facility, before moving to larger rooms. Others will temporarily relocate to shared rooms while the old building is razed. In its place, another new, four-story building will then be built and connected to the North Tower, giving those people sharing a room their own new space once again. “Located between the new tower and the existing 10-floor building, we will also add a twostory auditorium, with a larger seating capacity than we can accommodate now,” Anderson added. “The new tower will allow us to expand the clinic, and the therapy and salon services, as well as an exercise studio adjacent to therapy — something we don’t presently have. Renovations in the 10-story will change office space into things like a new bridge room and a ping-pong room. These are things we have room for now, but we don’t have dedicated space for them.” Each of these new and renovated structures and rooms will easily connect with the other buildings at Saint John’s, she said. North Tower Gradually Going Up According to Lingle, construction on the new North Tower is being accomplished in phases. Floors 7 to 14 are planned for occupancy in January 2020, with floors 15 to 22 ready the following April. The lower floors will be occupied when partially complete in November 2019, with full completion and occupancy set for August 2020. Crews from VJS Construction are currently using tower cranes to erect girders at the site, all within sight of sparkling Lake Michigan just a block away, where pleasure boats can be seen in the marina on summer days. Located where a street-level employee parking lot had existed, the actual footprint of the construction site is relatively small. Despite that, excavators, off-road trucks and concrete-pump equipment have effortlessly joined the cranes and the crew in working on the foundations of the 22-story tower. Slowly, over the next year, floor see TOWER page 100


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Denver to Host Transportation Resilience Innovations Summit, Exchange Oct. 9-10 Denver will serve as the location for the inaugural meeting on managing the impact of natural and man-made disasters on infrastructure, bringing together transportation leaders from around the country. The Resilience Innovations Summit and Exchange (RISE) will be Oct. 910, at the Sheraton Downtown Denver. Leaders will share state-ofthe-practice information about how to include resilience practices within transportation system performance activities. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will co-host this meeting with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, the Transportation Research Board and the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration. The loss of transportation assets, no matter the cause, leads to significant consequences for system users and the economy. Hazardous events and disas-

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Health Sciences Education Center Construction Begins at Univ. of Minn.

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communities,” said Gov. Dayton. “By investing in modern facilities at our colleges and universities, we can improve economic opportunities for Minnesotans and support a growing economy. I urge the Legislature to work with me this session to make significant, needed investments in the maintenance and repair of our higher education institutions throughout Minnesota.” The state of Minnesota invested $66.7 million in construction of the 202,000-sq.-ft. state-of-the-art facility as part of its 2017 special session bonding bill. The University, along with support from donors, will fund an additional $33.3 million in construction costs. Predesign and design from reallocated TCF Bank Stadium bond proceeds totaled $8.6 million. The total cost of the project is $108.6 million. “Our new Health Sciences Education Center is testament to the Governor’s and Legislature’s extraordinary commitment to health sciences education in our state,” said University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler. “It is much needed and will advance the University’s mission to prepare Minnesota’s diverse and innovative health care workforce.” The HSEC website notes the new facility “will provide a unifying space that students and faculty can be proud of and that will promote teamwork across schools. The new space will improve the student experience and will help us to attract the best and the brightest students and faculty to our state.” The general contractor on the project

is JE Dunn Construction. Perkins+Will and SLAM are co-design architects, and Perkins+Will is also Architect of Record on the project. “As part of construction, improvements will also be made to the existing Phillips-Wangensteen Building (PWB),” states the press release, “which connects the Education Center to adjacent buildings that house most of the health sciences schools. Along with accessibility, mechanical and electrical infrastructure upgrades, PWB will house open study spaces, small group study rooms, break out spaces for team collaboration, classrooms ranging in size from 16 to 64 seats, a teaching visualization lab and faculty commons, computer work stations, library consultation rooms and more. “University alumni make up more than 70 percent of the state’s health care professionals,” according to the press release. “Combining technology with new ways of teaching, the Education Center will enable the University to train the next generation of care providers to meet Minnesota’s changing health care needs. As health care changes, industry leaders are searching for graduates who are able to work effectively as teams and collaborate across health professions.” The HSEC website outlines some of its features: • Students at the center: Classrooms will be the center of health sciences interprofessional education, with a mix of active learning and small group teaching spaces to support this studentcentered model. • Study space for all: Quiet study, group study and social spaces will be

provided throughout the facility to promote interprofessional interaction and study opportunities. • Revamped library: The Biomedical Library and the Wangensteen Historical Library of Biology and Medicine will be integrated into HSEC to support the knowledge life cycle. Emerging technologies, staff with deep expertise, and a worldrenowned collection of rare books and manuscripts will spark innovation and transform learning through knowledge discovery, use, creation and sharing. Features include: virtual and augmented reality, data visualization, 1:Button video recording studios, a makerspace with tools to support problem-based learning and a faculty commons to facilitate technology integration into the learning environment. • State-of-the-art simulation: HSEC will bring together the AHC Simulation Center and Interprofessional Education and Resource Center and SIMPortal to create 1Health SIM, promoting collaborative simulation training. The facility will include both acute and ambulatory care spaces, trainer stations, briefing/debriefing rooms and actor prep spaces where interprofessional teams can train in sophisticated settings. • Front door to health sciences: The building will serve as the new “front door” for the Academic Health Center and will include a student services, recruitment and visitors center; a café; and interprofessional student lounge spaces. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Researchers Pursue Fuel of the Future Via Carbon Dioxide Giles Lambertson CEG CORRESPONDENT

We all want to believe in perfect energy solutions. Clean, cheap and limitless energy for everyone. Nirvana, in a word. It isn’t here yet, though fracking has produced some great leaps forward in energy production. Repurposing carbon dioxide now has people excited. It probably is best not to hope for too much too soon. Those old enough to remember the year 1989 might recall the “cold fusion” excitement of that year when two researchers at the University of Utah announced they had produced a nuclear reaction at room temperature. Most of us are more familiar with hot fusion, to coin a term, as epitomized by nuclear bombs and exploding stars, processes in which temperatures are produced in the millions of degrees. The news out of Utah had the world hoping that a nuclear reaction could be replicated though cold fusion to produce the same monstrous energy without all the heat and nasty radioactivity. Alas, the cold fusion research was debunked in pretty short order. The cheery thought of bulldozers and mining trucks rumbling around with nuclear engines purring under their hoods soon evaporated.

Now carbon dioxide is favored as a candidate for Fuel of the Future.

Looking Forward Now carbon dioxide is favored as a candidate for Fuel of the Future. It is being groomed as a successor to the current reliance on biofuels and fossil fuels, both of which emit carbon dioxide in unhealthy quantities. For example, an estimated two million construction and mining machines are operated in the United States. According to the EPA, all that equipment consumes six billion gallons of diesel fuel each year. If some of those machines could be converted to consuming carbon dioxide instead, now that would be something. Attempts to do just that have

been bubbling for a decade. The most recent attempts were undertaken in Massachusetts and Canada. Professors at Massachusetts Institute of Technology last year developed a membrane that filters carbon monoxide from carbon dioxide — which is to say, it peels off oxygen and traps carbon monoxide. The captured gas either is used as a fuel or is combined with hydrogen to produce liquid hydrocarbon fuels such as methanol and syngas. The professors envision their system being employed at fossil-fueled power plants to turn the smokestack emissions into useable and cleaner fuels

for cars, trucks, planes … and, say, hydraulic excavators. The latest hopeful pronouncement comes from north of the border in British Columbia. A Harvard professor and chief scientist of a Canadian firm, Carbon Engineering, has overseen development of a system to suck CO2 from the air and turn it into fuel. Professor David Keith and his engineers say the process involves giant fans vacuuming the air and treating the captured air molecules with an aqueous solution that holds onto the carbon dioxide and begins the process of converting it into gasoline, diesel and jet fuel. Thus, the process is carbon neutral.

The professor said his renewable energy-powered plants set up around the country on a massive scale could produce 30 million gallons of fuel annually. This is a way, he says, “to take low-cost carbonfree power sources like solar or wind and channel them into fuels that can be used to decarbonize the transportation sector.” The Carbon Engineering plants will produce the fuel at a cost of $95 to $230 per ton of captured carbon dioxide. That is much less than earlier estimates for the process but still would produce fuel retailing for something like $4 a gallon. That price could be attractive in places like California, where fuel standards are strictly controlled and fuel prices are relatively high. In other markets, the product would be less appealing to cost-conscious consumers. But it’s a start. Rome wasn’t fueled in a day. If researchers and engineers keep working at it, reduced carbon-dioxide in our environment and dramatically more efficient fuel systems in our cars, trucks and motor graders will be upon us quicker than you can say, “Cool.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Komatsu, Propeller Aero Bring Drone Technology to Sites Komatsu America Corp. and Propeller Aero Inc. are partnering to boost the efficiency of construction job sites using drone-powered mapping and analytics software. With drones becoming an increasingly common worksite tool, Komatsu has identified aerial mapping and analytics as a key component of its Smart Construction initiative — a range of integrated hardware and software products designed to offer an end-to-end workflow for each phase of construction. “A Komatsu Smart Construction job site, by definition, is technology enhanced and production optimized,” said Jason Anetsberger, senior product manager at Komatsu America Corp. “Adding Propeller Aero as one of our key partners gives our North American distributors and customers exceptional capabilities to achieve this standard in the aerial mapping space. Propeller combines simple, yet powerful analysis tools with accurate and fast site visualization.” Komatsu America Corp. spent several years testing various commercial drone mapping and analytics products in North America. In Propeller, Komatsu found an exceptionally robust product, well-suited to meet the needs of modern construction operations. Propeller expertly balances ease-ofuse with survey accuracy and reliability, according to the

companies. Propeller’s processing machinery crunches thousands of drone images in hours, and delivers the results as a cloudbased 3D model right to the user’s desktop or tablet. From there, powerful collaboration and analysis tools let users perform height, volume and slope calculations, and measure change over time to confirm that a project is on track. “Work sites are starting to see the real business value of accurate, up-to-date drone data,” said John Frost, VP of business development at Propeller. “We drive that value through workflows that enable everyone to understand who’s moved what material, how much, and where. It’s all about empowering work sites with the information they need to make data-driven decisions to reduce costs, ensure quality and use resources efficiently. Now more than ever, stakeholders on site, or in the head office miles away, can stay up-to-date with exactly what’s happening on the ground.” Propeller’s technology platform supports multiple coordinate systems, including local site calibrations. This allows personnel to capture up-to-date survey data expressed in the specific geospatial coordinates they already use on that job site. Local grid support is crucial for ensuring drone-captured

maps and models “match up” with plans and previous surveys. Now available through a widespread network of Komatsu distributors across the United States, Komatsu Equipment Company (KEC), a Komatsu distributor headquartered in Salt Lake City, was among the first to roll out Propeller solutions to Komatsu customers as a result of this partnership. Based on the positive response so far, KEC is confident the construction sector will be quick to adopt this technology. “Anyone can fly a drone — it’s what you do with the data that makes an impression,” said Chris Faulhaber, Smart Construction business manager at Komatsu Equipment Company. “Propeller provides fast, accurate data processing via a web platform that is unparalleled. The platform is easy to use, facilitates healthy collaboration and delivers vital information quickly — so everyone can work together better and faster than anticipated.” For more information about Propeller Aero, visit www.propelleraero.com. For more information about Komatsu, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.

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


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Backhoe Loaders Popular as Multi-Purpose Machines By Eric Olson CEG CORRESPONDENT

Versatility is a valuable commodity in the construction business. Just like a football player who can run and pass from scrimmage, is a reliable passreceiver and can return kicks, a machine that can handle multiple tasks on a job site is highly-prized. Backhoe loaders are the small, multi-purpose running backs of the building industry. They are constructed with a front loader on one side, a backhoe on the other end and a cab in the middle with a swiveling seat to allow the operator to switch between applications. Backhoes also deliver power and precise handling when operating in areas where using larger equipment is not practical. Their very design gives them an ungainly look, but that is forgotten once they are in action and their productivity on display. Contractors can purchase or rent one of the workhorse vehicles to perform a range of tasks, effectively saving them from having to obtain several specialty machines to do what is needed. That, of course, leads to lower costs for builders and that, along with being able to put backhoe loaders in tandem with other equipment, makes them an inviting choice to use on a project. “As manufacturers, we walk a fine line between designing simple, high-performing, cost-effective digging machines versus highly-complex, technologicallyadvanced pieces of equipment,” said Dustin Adams, product application specialist of Caterpillar. “We are challenging ourselves with developing a machine that can be the best of both worlds by being configurable in the field utilizing field install kits.” An example of that, he added, is Cat’s development of its loader Quick Coupler, available from the factory and simple enough to install in the field as an aftermarket attachment without sacrificing performance. Backhoes a Must for Many Contractors Just like bigger machines found on a typical construction job, backhoe loaders can be seen doing trenching, excavating, demolition work, breaking up asphalt and paving and landscaping. They do these tasks so well

because they can be equipped with different attachments, including various-sized buckets, augers, brooms, cold planers, forks, hammers, plows and vibratory plate compactors. Depending on the load size, backhoes can handle most material-handling jobs, too. Beyond the construction site, backhoes work extensively in many other applications, including forestry, agriculture, disaster response and railroad building and maintenance. Once working within those applications, they can then be used to do another subset of different jobs, as well. In operation for more than 60 years, their utility is obvious the first time you see one in operation, said Brian Hennings, John Deere’s product marketing manager for backhoes.

“Today, backhoe customers enjoy real value with these small machines,” he explained. “With their high lifting and hauling capability, you can do more with one machine on a job site and easily transport that piece from site-to-site. “Depending on the job and application, some customers just can’t get by without a backhoe, or multiple ones, on their jobs,” Hennings continued. “In utility work and roadside construction, where you need to get up and down the site easily and quickly, you can equip a backhoe with a hammer on the back and break up concrete or asphalt, then excavate that material and compact it with a plate compactor — all while using the same machine.” John Deere offers seven different backhoe loader models, including the 310SL HL, the

Backhoes deliver power and precise handling.

This John Deere 310SL HL backhoe is hard at work on a job site.

company’s newest backhoe in its 14-ft.depth lineup. Hennings said John Deere’s engineers took a lot from what they had learned from its large machines to add productivity to the line of backhoes and the newest model bridges the lineup between the smaller 210 models and the larger 410Ls. “The hydraulics are the heart of the new machine as they provide operators with greater multi-functioning capability, so they can run it at a lower engine RPM load when using the rear structure to dig, as well as with greater horsepower than the 310SL,” he explained. Additional features on the 310SL are that in lift mode, at the push of a button, an operator can get another 10 to 15 percent greater lift capacity in the rear structure. For roadway applications, such as lifting street plates or manhole covers, this one machine can do those tasks without having to re-position it for longer reach and capacity. John Deere is among several companies that supply the U.S. market with backhoe loaders, a list that includes: JCB, Caterpillar, Case and Mecalac, a Frenchbased producer of equipment dedicated to urban construction. Backhoe-loader technology was pioneered by JCB in 1953, and it is now one of the world’s top makers of the product. The British multi-national manufacturer builds its machines for the U.S. market in Pooler, Ga., just outside Savannah. Seven different models are produced in its Georgia plant, including the industry’s only compact model (the 3CX Compact) and the largest (the new 4CX-15 SUPER). In addition to a 2-year/2,000-hour bucketto-bucket warranty, JCB backhoe loaders have set high standards for five crucial attributes by which all backhoes are measured: productivity, versatility, comfort, safety and serviceability. The best example of those key traits can be found on the 4CX-15 SUPER, the largest backhoe in the JCB range. Introduced last year, it is powered by a 109-hp engine, while producing impressive bucket breakout force and pushing power, as well as lifting capacity. In addition, it is designed with four equalsized tires, which provide high ground clearance and traction, and four-wheel steer see BACKHOE page 62


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‘Wain-Roy and the Invention of the Backhoe’ Author Horton Talks Industry, Writing By Lee A. Horton SPECIAL TO CEG

I have worked in the Construction Equipment Industry for over a third of a century. A good portion of that time, I was the Director of Engineering for Wain-Roy Inc., and then Woods Equipment Company of Hubbardston and Gardner, Mass., where the original backhoe was invented and first manufactured. As such, I was fortunate to work with some of the original WainRoy men and women who played a large role in developing the backhoe and promoting its widespread use. Prior to Wain-Roy, I worked as Principal Engineer for Komatsu, which was previously Komatsu-Dresser, Dresser and International Harvester Payline Division, located in Libertyville, Ill. This was the original Frank G. Hough Company where the first hydraulic wheel loaders where invented and manufactured. I worked with people there who were involved in the engineering work that attached some of the first Wain-Roy backhoes to Hough Payloaders, thus creating the first tractor loader backhoes (TLB’s). I was surprised to discover that two companies were accredited with the invention and development of the backhoe, and the tractor loader backhoe. Several books, magazines and websites state or imply that J.I. Case on the U.S. side, and JCB of the United Kingdom were the first to develop the backhoe. In my years of work at Wain-Roy, I learned that it was the employees of Wain-Roy who were the original inventors of the first backhoe, the first all-hydraulic digger, and the creation of the first tractor loader backhoe. A search of patents shows a clear chronology of invention and innovation lead by the people of the Wain-Roy Corporation. They invented the first allhydraulic digger, the first swing A 1954 brochure.

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frame, the first stabilizing outriggers, the first reversible seat, and many other major first developments, including the first thumb. Having known some of the key employees at both Wain-Roy and the Frank G. Hough Company, and having researched the patents, I felt that it was my important duty to make sure that this story was told, and the history behind it corrected. I have worked with many of the key people mentioned in this book. I knew Roy Handy and Ken Russell when they were alive. During the writing of this book I was able to interview some of the other key people involved in the invention of the backhoe such as Carroll Arnold, Roger Vaughan, Charlie Clark and Edwin Holopainen. Their personal accounts of the backhoe story bring a dimension of reality to the rich history long forgotten. My goal in writing this book is that history is corrected, and the invention of the backhoe, the first tractor loader backhoe, and the first hydraulic digger is properly accredited to Vaino Holopainen, Roy Handy and the people of Wain-Roy Corporation, and that they receive the full credit that they deserve. I am sure that the surrounding related history of the company and the town of Hubbardston will be of interest to people in the Construction Equipment Industry and others alike. The book “Wain-Roy and the Invention of the Backhoe” is available now and can be ordered direct from www.originalbackhoe.com or on Amazon. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Model

CASE

580N 580 Super N 580 Super N WT 590 Super N 580N EP

Loader SAE HP (kw)

Loader Lift Capacity lbs. (kg)

Loader Breakout Force lbs. (kg)

83 (62) 95 (71) 95 (71) 108 (81) 68 (51)

6,803 (3,086) 7,044 (3,195) 8,425 (3,821) 8202 (3,720) 6503 (2,950)

10,622 (4,818) 10,947 (4,965) 10,873 (4,932) 12,776 (5,795) 9607 (4,358)

11.9 (3.6) 12.1 (3.7) 12.0 (3.7) 13.1 (4) 11.7 (3.6)

14.9 (4.5) 14.6 (4.4) 14.6 (4.4) 15.6 (4.8) 15 (4.6)

24.6 (40) 24 (38.8) 24.1 (38.8) 25.2 (40.6) 21.3 (34)

16589 (7,525) 17269 (7,833) 20077 (9,107) 20532 (9,313) 15810 (7,171)

2,466 (1,189) N/A 2,466 (1,189) 3,168 (1,437) 3,168 (1,437) 3,493 (1,584) 3,493 (1,584) 3,938 (1,786)

12,281 (5,571) 12,281 (5,571) 12,281 (5,571) 11,283 (5,118) 11,575 (5,250) 11,283 (5,118) 11,484 (5,209) 11,375 (5,160)

11.9 (3.6) N/A 11.9 (3.6) 11.9 (3.6) 11.9 (3.6) 13.0 (4) 13.0 (4) 14.6 (4.5)

14.3 (4.4) N/A 14.3 (4.4) 14.3 (4.4) 14.3 (4.4) 15.3 (4.7) 15.3 (4.7) 17.3 (5.2)

23 (37) 23 (37) 25 (40) 25 (40) 25 (40) 26 (42) 26 (42) 25 (40)

15,207 (6,898) 15,207 (6,898) 15,207 (6,898) 17,033 (7,726) 17,732 (8,043) 18,364 (8,330) 19,063 (8,647) 24,141 (10,950)

69 (51) 93 (69) 100 (75) 110 (82) 100 (75) 113 (84) 148 (110)

6,435 (2919) 6,435 (2919) 7,632 (3,462) 7,489 (3,397) 7,440 (3,375) 7,149 (3,243) 9,866 (4,475)

9,361 (4,245) 9,361 (4,245) 11,045 (5,007) 11,106 (5,037) 10,866 (4,925) 10,634 (4,823) 16,539 (7,505)

11.1 (3.38) 11.1 (3.38) 11.3 (3.43) 11.11 (3.63) 11.8 (3.57) 13.1 (3.98) 14.7 (4.45)

14.1 (4.30) 14.1 (4.30) 14.3 (4.34) 15.1 (4.59) 13.8 (4.17) 15.10 (4.83) 17.3 (5.26)

22.6 (36.4) 22.9 (36.9) 23.5 (37.8) 24.2 (39.0) 24.9 (40.0) 24.2 (38.9) 23.4 (37.6)

13,822 (6270) 14,669 (6,654) 15,872 (7,199) 18,231 (8,269) 17,554 (7,962) 17,786 (8,068) 25,588 (11,607)

24.3 (18.1) 47.1 (35.1) 63 (47)

1,301 (590) 2,848 (1292) 3,960 (1796)

2,343 (1,062) 4531 (2,055) 5,992 (2,717)

6.4 (1.9) 7.7 (2.4) 10.9 (3.3)

8.3 (2.5) 10 (3) 14.2 (4.3)

11.1 (17.8) 14 (22.5) 15.5 (24.9)

4,001 (1,815) 7,205 (3,268) 8,925 (4,048)

8,287 (3,759)

10,341 (4,691)

13.8 (4.2)

17.10 (5.4)

24 (38)

16,138 (7,320)

CATERPILLAR 415F2 415F2 IL 416F2 420F2 420F2 IT 430F2 430F2 IT 450F

68 (51) 68 (51) 87 (65) 93 (69) 93 (69) 108 (81) 108 (81) 127 (95)

JOHN DEERE 310L EP 310L 310SL 310SL HL 315SL 410L 710L

KUBOTA B26TLB L47TLB M62TLB

MECALAC CE UK LTD TLB840R

74 (55)

Backhoe Loading Height ft. (m)

Max Digging Depth ft. (m)

Travel Speed 4th Gear Fwd MPH (kmh)

Operating Weight lbs. (kg)


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Engineers Optimize Comfort, Ease for Backhoe Operators BACKHOE from page 56

capability for enhanced maneuverability. The machine also sports a host of performance, comfort, safety and efficiency enhancements that enable it to tackle loading operations. Standard equipment on the JCB 4CX-15 SUPER includes JCB’s lineup of automated features on its engine, transmission, suspension and boom lock (joystick controls only). LiveLink telematics also are on-board. The JCB backhoe also features more productive and easier-to use parallel-lift loader arms. An Emphasis on Operator Ease-of-Use Engineers at each of the backhoe makers devise their vehicles to minimize operator fatigue and enable greater productivity. Spacious and comfortable cabs are the norm in the 2018 backhoe marketplace and ergonomicallydesigned controls are built to be within easy reach for an operator. Mecalac North America was established in 2016 and, since then, the veteran French manufacturer has seen brisk sales of its various construction equipment models, including a line-up of six backhoe loaders. Their engineers, too, have worked to optimize the comfort and ease for a backhoe operator. “We always try to keep a low bonnet [hood] line and clean lines of site to the working attachments for the best possible visibility,” explained Mecalac’s Adam Phillips. “Camera options are becoming more popular whether they are used for reversing to aid hazard awareness or forward-facing to aid fork engagement for pallet work.” Ergonomics within the cab are designed to ensure the backhoe operator has everything he needs close at hand, Phillips added, and can achieve all tasks with the minimum effort. Servo excavator controls on the machines have grown in popularity over the years as they reduce stress on the operator. “Other developments are the inclusion of forward, neutral and reverse switches on the loader lever to make loading cycle quicker and easier,” he continued. “The Mecalac steering column is

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adjustable for both reach and rake to ensure the operator can achieve his perfect driving position for maximum comfort whilst he’s at work.” In recent years, backhoe loaders, like other large and small excavators, have evolved to the point that their joystick excavator controls are smooth, easy to use and provide excellent feel to the hydraulic system. “Beginning with our 310SL HL,” said John Deere’s Brian Hennings, “we introduced the palm-on-top loader-control grip, so that additional features could be handled with one control, while keeping the operators’ line-of-site in front of them. It has a 4-in-1 bucket with a thumb-roller control, meaning it has an easy-to-operate front loader clamshell until opened or closed.” He also points with pride to John Deere’s momentary four-wheel drive control, allowing an operator to use a push button to effortlessly kick the backhoe loader in and out of four-wheel drive or mechanical front-wheel drive on the frontwheel control. In addition, the 410SL HL is equipped with a clutch disconnect that can momentarily pause the transmission — a handy feature in truck-loading or stockpiling applications or stockpiling. “We have always tried to get a deep understanding of what cus-

tomers need and what their various applications are,” Hennings explained. “We take that information and use it to develop new ways to give our backhoe customers added versatility, productive and, above all, reliability. We realize that time is critical for our construction customers on a job site, regardless of the project.” Special Machines for Special Uses To upgrade their machines to handle a myriad of different applications and specialty uses, backhoe-makers are always reshaping their machines for improved productivity, said Ed Brenton, brand marketing manager of Case Construction Equipment. “We have recently introduced several enhancements to our Nseries line of backhoe loaders — improvements to the cab and drivetrain, as well as to the electrical and hydraulic systems — that make these already versatile machines even more robust and productive,” Brenton explained in a recent press release. Several features that were once extra have been made standard on Case’s machines, such as its fueleconomy package. That includes ECO mode switches for both the loader and backhoe functions, allowing for greater fuel savings, optimal power and greater performance, Brenton continued. N-

Series backhoe loaders now sport an all-new Pilot Control hydraulic system for optimal precision and smoothness, offering the operator more control in applications where precision is critical. Backhoe loaders can be configured in many ways to suit specialty applications. Options like sirens/PA systems, high-visibility paint, strobes, LED light bars, remote spotlights and advanced lighting packages improve visibility and effectiveness in most situations. Brenton also said many railroad contractors use specially-equipped backhoes in their operations. Access to work areas is a major challenge in the industry and having a tool carrier that serves as a platform for numerous applications is critical. Plus, they are utilized to help place, move and shift railroad tracks. “In railroad applications, backhoes are typically outfitted with a bucket for moving ballast, dirt and other materials, and a set of long forks for moving bundles of railroad ties and other supplies,” he added. “Some backhoes can be outfitted with universal couplers that allow the machine to handle attachments from other OEMs.” Case’s new Extendahoe option on the N-Series of backhoes allows them to reach farther away from the base of the machine, allowing more work to get done without

moving the vehicle. In addition, it improves access at sites where the backhoe base can’t get too close to the tracks. The Case 580 Super N, for instance, achieves more than 3 ft. of additional reach with the feature. Cat also offers Extendable Backhoe Sticks (E Sticks) that give operators an extra three ft. of reach on its machines. “Side-shift backhoes are popular globally and are gaining interest in North America,” said Cat’s Dustin Adams. “These units give the operator the ability to parallel dig closer to walls and structures. It’s a machine designed more for finesse work rather than lifting and breakout.” Contractors and operators always want to see more reach from their backhoe loaders or excavators, whatever the use, but that often causes other problems. Engineers at each manufacturer have been kept busy over the years finding solutions to these problems, resulting in greatly improved backhoe capability. “The challenge of improving reach is that it could come at a compromise to stability,” said Adam Phillips at Mecalac. “To improve the stability of the machine it would require an increase in mass — whether this would be a larger excavator or the addition of counter weights, it could result in a machine that is greater than 10 tonnes.” Adams, though, added that so long as consumers ask for machines to get into harder spaces and job sites seemingly keep getting smaller, Cat will continue to find solutions for its backhoe line. Cat Backhoes Both Resourceful, Productive For digging, trenching, backfilling and material handling capability, the Caterpillar line of backhoe loaders is certainly strong. To illustrate that, the Cat F2 series of backhoes are both highly resourceful and spacious. The five models in the line join the other new Cat backhoes available, the 416E and the 127-hp 450F, with a 17-ft.-dig-depth. With two engine offerings and a range of power ratings, the Cat F2s feature powerful hydraulics and lifting performance. A hydrosee BACKHOE page 66


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Case CE Introduces Enhancements to Its N Series Backhoe Loader Line Case N Series backhoe loaders now feature an allnew pilot control hydraulic system for optimal precision and smoothness, offering the operator more control in critical applications. Improvements also have been made to the hydraulic system in order to reduce cab noise for greater operator comfort.

Case Construction Equipment has introduced several machine enhancements to its N Series backhoe loaders incorporated throughout the machine — from cab and drivetrain improvements to enhancements to the hydraulic and electrical systems. Case also has made standard several options that were previously optional, and now offers an increased suite of factory options on all N Series backhoe loaders. Case N Series backhoe loaders now feature an all-new pilot control hydraulic system for optimal precision and smoothness, offering the operator more control in critical applications. Improvements also have been made to the hydraulic system in order to reduce cab noise for greater operator comfort. The fuel economy package, which was previously optional, is now standard. This includes ECO mode switches for both the loader and backhoe functions, which allows for greater fuel savings, and optimal power and performance. The package also includes the auto engine idle feature, which brings engine RPMs down to idle when the backhoe controls are not used for a set period of time. The engine also will shut down if the machine idles for a set period of time. Both auto engine idle and auto engine shutdown have adjustable settings to customize the timing to the operators’ style and preference. Another great feature now made standard is the engine protection shutdown mode, which turns the engine off if engine temperature, drivetrain fluid temperature or engine oil pressure go out of normal operating range. Several additional enhancements have been made throughout the product line, including: • Electrical system features that were previously optional — including a battery dis-

connect switch and jumpstart terminal — have been made standard on all N Series backhoes. • The drivetrain has been updated for improved roading and gradeability, as well as more pushing power under load and greater acceleration around the job site. • The machines also feature new externally adjustable Extendahoe wear pads that allow for easier maintenance and serviceability while keeping tight tolerances, reducing strain and wear on components. In addition to the machine enhancements and new standard features, many brand-new factory options are now available on all N Series backhoes: • A new LED light option includes four front, four rear and two sidelights that are all adjustable to target the task at hand. These LED lights shine brighter than halogen bulbs while drawing less power, ensuring that the operator sees what they need to while working longer hours for more productivity and improved battery life. • A bolt on chaff screen attaches over the standard front grill, protecting the engine compartment and cooling package from finer airborne debris such as straw chaff, grass clippings, leaves or other fine materials. • An 18-in. front tire offering (bias ply or radial) and heavy duty front axle option are available on the 580N and 580 Super N models that allows for more float and cushion for a smoother ride and greater tractive effort. • New bolt-on front fenders help protect the machine and operator from water, mud, dirt and debris while traveling off-road in rough, muddy terrain. For more information, visit CaseCE.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Backhoe Versatility Suggests Prolonged Industry Popularity BACKHOE from page 62

mechanical tool with combined function auxiliary lines or a hydraulic thumb to increase the functionality of the machine also can be added. “Tool commonality is key for us,” explained Adams. “Most contractors have a variety of machines and prefer to share tools across their fleet, so developing tools that can be shared between backhoes and comparable-sized excavators and loaders will afford our customers a tremendous amount of flexibility on the job site.” Each model in the F2 series (415F2, 415F2 IL, 414F2, 416F2, 420F2 and 430F2) have a completely redesigned cab that offers improved visibility, better cooling, greater seat-turning area and ample storage space. Plus, improved sealing against the elements and an enhanced security keypad immobilizer are on board. Operators receive both the room to move and a clear field of vision while working. The dual-lock backhoe coupler on the F2s is another key benefit. With this advanced machine, the operator doesn’t need to get out of the cab to install a locking bar or pins when connecting buckets with the hydraulic coupler. Additionally, the secondary locking system automatically engages when a tool is

This Mecalac TLB890 backhoe demonstrates the compact capabilities of these machines.

attached. The coupler’s secure grip on each work tool helps to lower both owning and operating costs. Load-sensing hydraulics on the Cat line of backhoes maintain maximum power and precision operation in both its Standard and Economy Mode. The upgraded hydraulics provide more power faster, along with quicker hydraulic output — even at low engine speeds. The line runs at the appropriate speed for the given application. The vari-

able flow system adroitly matches the pressure and flow output of the pump to the demands of each job, as opposed to fixeddisplacement pump systems on some backhoes that constantly pump oil, wasting large amounts of fuel. Will Backhoe Loaders Remain Popular? Many contractors have begun using more specialized machines like mini-excavators

and skid steers for jobs that used to belong to backhoe loaders. Although still a generalpurpose tool, the important question seems to be: Will backhoes continue to play a significant role in most construction and forestry projects? Adam Phillips of Mecalac firmly believes that they will. “There are two things that a backhoe really has in its favor,” he said. “First, the ability to drive to the work site removes the need for a truck or trailer to haul it, which makes it perfect for owner-operators that serve the local community. As they also are compact, they can drive to small job sites that might be hard for other vehicles. “Second, the versatility that a backhoe offers is still hard to match,” Phillips continued. “It can achieve almost everything required by most job sites. An excavator may be able to dig a trench a little quicker than a backhoe, but the loader bucket will do a basement dig far quicker and load the trucks in the process. Then, the backhoe’s forks can handle palletized loads within a few minutes.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

CHART from page 60

Model

JCB

3CX Compact 3CX 3CX-14 3CX-14 Super 3CX-15 Super 4CX-14 Super 4CX-15 Super

Loader SAE HP (kw) 74 (55) 74 (55) 74 (55) 109 (81) 109 (81) 109 (81) 109 (81)

NEW HOLLAND B95C B95C TC B110C

97 (72) 97 (72) 110 (82)

Loader Life Capacity lbs. (kg)

Loader Breakout Force lbs. (kg)

Backhoe Loading Height ft. (m)

Max Digging Depth ft. (m)

Travel Speed 4th Gear Fwd MPH (kmh)

Operating Weight lbs. (kg)

3,364 (1,526) 7,705 (3,495) 7,670 (3,479) 9,233 (4,188) 10,225 (4,638) 10,225 (4,638) 10,225 (4,638)

8285 (3758) 13603 (6170) 13603 (6170) 13603 (6170) 13603 (6170) 13728 (6227) 13728 (6227)

12-3 (3.72) 15-6 (4.72) 14-0 (4.27) 14-0 (4.27) 15-3 (4.65) 14-0 (4.27) 15-3 (4.65)

14-2 (4.33) 18-6 (5.63) 18-6 (5.63) 18-6 (5.63) 26-11 (8.20) 18-6 (5.63) 26-11 (8.20)

24.9 (40.1) 22.8 (36.7) 22.8 (36.7) 26 (41.8) 26 (41.8) 26 (41.8) 26 (41.8)

13,514 (6,130) 17,196 (7,800) 17,704 (8,030) 18,614 (8,443) 19,090 (8,659) 19,172 (8,696) 19,648 (8,912)

7,996 (3,627) 7,437 (3,450) 7,996 (3,627)

10,294 (4,669) 10,294 (4,669) 10,294 (4,669)

14.5 (4.4) 14.5 (4.42) 15.6 (4.72)

23.8 (38.3) 23.8 (38.3) 23.9 (38.5)

18,525 (8,403) 18,695 (8,480) 18,525 (8,403)

11.9 (3.77) 11.9 (3.67) 12.4 (3.85)


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Caterpillar Reports Record Second Quarter Results Caterpillar Inc. announced second-quarter 2018 sales and revenues of $14.0 billion, compared with $11.3 billion in the second quarter of 2017, a 24 percent increase. Second-quarter 2018 profit per share of $2.82 was a second-quarter record. Profit per share was $1.35 in the second quarter of 2017. Adjusted profit per share in the second quarter of 2018 was $2.97, compared with second-quarter 2017 adjusted profit per share of $1.49. During the second quarter of 2018, Machinery, Energy & Transportation (ME&T) operating cash flow was $2.1 billion, and the company repurchased $750 million of Caterpillar common stock. In June 2018, the board of directors approved an increase to the quarterly dividend of 10 percent to $0.86 per share. The second quarter of 2018 ended with an enterprise cash balance of $8.7 billion. “Caterpillar delivered record secondquarter profit per share,” said Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby. “Our team is doing a great job executing our strategy for profitable growth, focusing on operational excellence, expanded offerings and services.” 2018 Outlook The company is raising its 2018 profit per share outlook to a range of $10.50 to $11.50. Excluding restructuring costs of about $400 million, the company expects adjusted profit per share to be in a range of $11.00 to $12.00. The prior profit per share outlook range was $9.75 to $10.75, and the adjusted profit per share outlook range was $10.25 to $11.25. “Based on outstanding results in the first half of the year and continued strength in many of our end markets, Caterpillar is again raising our profit outlook for 2018. We remain focused on operational excellence, cost discipline and investing for long-term profitable growth,” said Umpleby. Sales and revenues — Most end markets continue to improve, order rates are healthy, and the backlog remained solid in the quarter. For certain applications, particularly in oil and gas and mining, the company is seeing strong demand and taking orders for delivery well into 2019. Operating profit — The company is raising the outlook range primarily due to the continued strength in many end markets. Recently imposed tariffs are expected to impact material costs in the second half of the year by approximately $100 million to $200 million, and the company expects supply chain challenges to continue to pressure freight costs. However, the company intends

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Share Repurchase; Authorization for New $10 Billion Share Repurchase Program In January 2014, the board of directors Sellers JCB authorized the repurchase of $10.0 billion of 1645 S. West St. • Wichita, KS 67213 Caterpillar common stock. The current pro- 316-943-9311 gram expires at the end of this year. Under this authorization, the company repurchased 3030 S. W. 57th St. • Topeka, KS 66609 $1.25 billion in common stock in the first 785-862-0031 half of 2018, of which $750 million was 400 N. Chicago St. • Salina, KS 67401 repurchased in the second quarter. As of June 785-823-6378 30, 2018, $4.2 billion remained on the current authorization. The company currently 395 N. Industrial Dr. • Garden City, KS 67846 expects share repurchases during the second 620-275-9621 half of 2018 to be in a similar range as the www.sellersequipment.com first half, but the amount could vary depending upon market conditions and investing priorities. Aligned with the cash deployment strategy, the company plans to be in the market for share repurchases on a fairly consistent basis. In July 2018, the board of directors authorized the repurchase of up to $10.0 billion of Caterpillar common stock effective January 1, 2019, with no expiration date. For more information, visit www.caterpillar.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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ECA, ECA Canada Receive ADSC’s 2018 Zero Lost Time Safety Awards

ADSC’s CEO Mike Moore (L) presented Zero Lost Time Safety Awards for ECA and ECA Canada to the company's President Ben Dutton (C) and CEO Roy Kern at the ADSC Summer Meeting in Colorado Springs.

Equipment Corporation of America (ECA) and ECA Canada, leading distributors of foundation construction equipment, have earned safety awards from the Association of Drilled Shaft Contractors (ADSC). The awards were presented at the association’s Summer Meeting, which was held from July 9 to 12 in Colorado Springs, Colo. The 2018 Zero Lost Time Awards are awarded to companies that have achieved five or more consecutive years of work with no lost time accidents or lost work days in calendar year 2017. ECA was recognized in the “100,000 — 300,000 Man Hours Worked” category, and ECA Canada was recognized in the “Less Than 50,000 — 100,000 Man Hours Worked” category. ECA Canada had taken home an award in the “Less Than 50,000 Man-Hours Worked” category in 2016. “As we celebrate a century in business, our commitment to safety is as young and fresh as ever,” said CEO Roy Kern. “Our continued success with these ADSC awards is a testament to our efforts to maintain a safe working environment in our U.S. and Canadian operations.” For more information, visit ecanet.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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AGC: Employment Up By 13,000 in June Construction employment increased by 13,000 jobs in June and by 282,000 jobs over the past year, reaching a 10year high, according to an analysis of new government data by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials said many construction firms appear to be more willing to hire amid lower tax rates and a more favorable business environment, but caution that trade fights and labor shortages pose risks to future growth. “The construction industry continues to add workers faster than the economy as a whole, and the industry is paying premium wages to attract and retain those workers,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “The employment gains are occurring in both residential and nonresidential construction. However, the industry is having to rely more and more on workers without construction experience, as the pool of unemployed construction workers has nearly evaporated.” Construction employment totaled 7.2 million in June, the highest level since May 2008 and a gain of 4.1 per-

cent over the past 12 months. The economist pointed out that the year-overyear growth rate in industry jobs was more than double the 1.6 percent rise in total nonfarm payroll employment. Hourly earnings in the industry averaged $29.71 in June, an increase of 2.9 percent from a year earlier. That put average hourly earnings in construction 10.1 percent higher than the average for all nonfarm private-sector jobs, which rose 2.7 percent in the past year, to $26.98, Simonson added. The unemployment for workers with construction experience in June was 4.7 percent, virtually unchanged from the levels in June 2017 (4.5 percent) and June 2016 (4.6 percent) — a sign that the industry is operating at essentially full employment, Simonson said. Employment in residential construction — comprising residential building and specialty trade contractors — grew by 4,400 jobs in June and by 133,800 jobs over the past 12 months, a 5.0 percent increase. Employment in nonresidential construction — including building, specialty trades, and heavy and civil engineering construction — grew by 8,600 jobs in June and by 147,900

during the past year, a 3.5 percent increase. Association officials observed that construction employers appear more eager to hire amid lower taxes and increased efforts to reduce needless or ineffective regulatory burdens. They added that recent increased infrastructure investments at the federal and state level also are helping boost construction employment. But they cautioned that workforce shortages, tariffs and a looming trade war could undermine future construction employment gains. “The steps Congress and the Trump administration have taken to create a more positive business environment and boost employment appear to be working,” Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer, said. “But new trade disputes and chronic underfunding of career and technical education programs pose a real threat to continued employment gains in the sector.” For more information, visit www.agc.org.

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

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Road Builders Machinery and Supply Co., Inc. 4115 S. 90th St. • Omaha, NE 68127 402-331-9200 5601 Fletcher Ave. • Lincoln, NE 68507 402-325-0447 4949 Juergen Rd. • Grand Island, NE 68801 308-384-2620 www.roadbuildersmachinery.com

Victor L. Phillips Co. 4100 Gardner Ave. • Kansas City, MO 64120 800-878-9290 5430 S. Highway 43 • Joplin, MO 64804 800-878-8223 6330 W. Hwy 60 • Brookline Station, MO 65619 800-955-2729 3250 North Hydraulic • Wichita, KS 67219 800-878-3346 1305 SW 42 St. • Topeka, KS 66609 800-878-4345 2203 West Jones Ave. • Garden City, KS 67846 800-511-1435 www.vlpco.com

Columbus Equipment Company 2329 Performance Way • Columbus, OH 43207 614-443-6541 12500 Williams Rd. • Perrysburg, OH 43551 419-872-7101 712 Shepherd Ave. • Cincinnati, OH 45215 513-771-3922 3942 Brecksville Rd. • Richfield, OH 44286 330-659-6681 290 Old Steubenville Pike • Cadiz, OH 43907 740-942-8871 7570 New Carlisle Pike • Dayton, OH 45424 937-879-3154 2200 Venture Circle SE • Massillon, OH 44646 330-833-2420 818 Lee St. • Zanesville, OH 43701 740-455-4036 864 Richmond Rd. • Painesville, OH 44077 440-352-0452 3668 US Route 23 South • Piketon, OH 45661 740-289-3757 www.columbusequipment.com

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Liebherr Celebrates Groundbreaking of New Headquarters in Newport News

With shovels in hand, Sophie Albrecht, Jan Liebherr, Liebherr USA Co. managing directors, its building partners and government officials broke ground during the ceremony.

Members of the Liebherr family, executive management and Newport News city officials gathered July 20 for a groundbreaking ceremony on site in Copeland Industrial Park to celebrate the construction of the new Liebherr USA Co. headquarters. The commencement of this $45 million expansion project marks the beginning of a new chapter for Liebherr in the United States. The company, which has been manufacturing and operating in Newport News, Va., for more than 48 years, broke ground at the site adjacent to its current location. The new facility will serve as the new headquarters for Liebherr USA Co. and will include the construction of three new buildings: a four- Liebherr’s new expansion in Newport News, Va. story administrative building, a warehouse and parts distribution center to meet current Newport News,” said Torben Reher, managing director of and future requirements, and a modernized production and Liebherr USA Co. “We are grateful for Liebherr’s corporate citizenship, the workshop facility intended to support the company’s cranes, investments and the jobs the company has provided for our construction and concrete divisions. Once completed, the new buildings will add more than citizens and others around the region. This expansion will set 251,000 sq. ft. to the existing 560,000 sq. ft. Liebherr cam- the stage for even greater success as the company continues pus. This investment will greatly impact the company’s oper- to grow, and we are proud to partner with and support ations in the United States and drive Liebherr’s strategy for Liebherr now and always,” said Price. Construction is expected to be completed in 2020, and long-term growth, according to the company. With shovels in hand, Sophie Albrecht, Jan Liebherr, will house Liebherr USA Co. employees working in adminNewport News Mayor McKinley Price, managing directors istration, finance, marketing, human resources, sales and of Liebherr USA Co., its building partners and government service, product support, production and distribution for eight product divisions. officials broke ground during the ceremony. For more information, visit www.liebherr.us. “The U.S. is a strategic market for Liebherr and with this (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment investment we send a clear message of commitment to our customers, employees and the local community here in Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Foley Invites Customers, Vendors to Mark Grand Opening of New Store FOLEY from page 38

climate-controlled facility offers an expanded parts warehouse and space to service 14 vehicles at one time. The entire facility incorporates state-ofthe-art technology to provide an enhanced customer experience. The new service shop at the Salina facility offers over 23,500 sq. ft. and a 2640 sq. ft. wash bay. For more information, visit www.FoleyEq.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

This vintage Cat sign was originally located at Foley’s first location at 201 W. Pacific in Salina, Kan.

Carey Casper of the Ottawa County Highway Department and Charles Kiefer of All About Construction, look over this Cat 239 tracked skid steer in the lobby of the new Salina facility.

Lewis Erickson (C), retired CFO of Foley Industries, stands with the contractors who built the facility for Foley; on the left is project superintendent Bryce Case, and on the right is Todd Dumler, project manager, both of Conco Construction.

Foley Equipment has proudly served the Salina community since 1956.

Enjoying the grand opening celebration are Darren Williams of the Barton County Highway Department, Jay Wade of Foley Industries and Roger Prochaska of Fairview Township.

Gayle and Dennis Dumler of Walt’s Service brought grandson Brody to the grand opening.


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Four Tips to Optimizing Concrete Dowel Drill Performance By Rick Walstad SPECIAL TO CEG

When faced with drilling thousands of concrete dowel holes, the last thing a project needs is a delay due to drill issues. Follow these tips to stay on top of budgets and timelines.

1. Choose Right the First Time There are two different types of concrete dowel drills: those that operate with a roller bearing feed system and those that use a nylon pad system. Both systems move the gangs forward and backward, however there is a key difference between the two — friction. When nylon pads slide across the car-

Performing regular maintenance on your concrete drills will help keep downtime to a minimum on road repair projects.

Regularly inspect and tighten trunnion and thru bolts, which can loosen over time. This will help prevent inconvenient and costly repairs.

riage it causes friction that loosens the pads and causes them to wear quickly. This means more maintenance, replacement parts and downtime. A roller bearing feed system, on the other hand, features rollers that move the gangs forward and backward on the carriage without friction, which means minimal maintenance and enhanced uptime. 2. Give It Air Just like humans need air to breathe, a concrete drill needs air to operate; it won’t work without it and will perform poorly without enough of it. When matching an air compressor to a drill, keep in mind many models require 100 cfm per drill motor, so a two-gang unit will need 200 cfm, a three-gang will need 300 cfm, and so forth. Also, if a drill’s air hose is too narrow, it can’t move enough air to the drill, which

results in reduced power and drilling speed. A larger diameter air hose, however, will have no effect on the drill’s performance. To check if a compressor is the right size for a multi-gang drill, turn off all but one of the drill motors. If the remaining drill motor speeds up, then there’s not enough air volume to keep the drills operating at full capacity. Always refer to your owner’s manual for recommended hose sizes and cfm requirements. see TIPS page 86

A roller bearing feed system gently moves the gangs forward and backward on the carriage without causing friction. As a result they last longer than traditional nylon pad systems.


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Dynapac’s CC950 Asphalt Roller: Small Size, Big Impact Dynapac’s small tandem asphalt roller CC950 is primarily for small-scale compaction work such as pavements, bicycle paths, small roads and parking areas — places that need compaction but are difficult to reach with a larger roller. This small tandem roller comes with an operating mass of approximately 1.6 tons (1.4 t) and a drum width of 38 in. (96.5 t). The Dynapac CC950 is equipped with a water-cooled, three cylinder, 4-stroke Kubota D722-E4B-KEA-2 diesel engine. This is compliant with EPA Tier IV and produces 20.3 hp (14.9 kW). Together with the large drum diameter and drive motors connected in series, it contributes to increased accessibility and hill-climbing capacity. The Dynapac CC950 has 4200 vpm (70 Hz) vibrations on the front drum only and a static rear drum. The rear drum is equipped with shock absorbers to minimize vibrations in the operator’s platform. The operator’s platform is very operator friendly, offering both a lot of space and ergonomically positioned steps. In order to minimize maintenance costs, the Dynapac CC950 has long service intervals. Both the steering hitch and steering cylinder are maintenance free. The few remaining service points are easily accessible. The instrument panel has an hour meter, horn switch, warning lights for brake, battery charging indicator, engine oil pressure indicator and glow plug for aiding engine start at cold temperatures. Other features and benefits: • The water tank holds 50 gal. (190 L), gravity feed, placed above spray bars — allowing long periods of work between refills.

• A foldable ROPS is a standard option, which keeps the transport height to a minimum. • High clearance adjacent to the edge of the drums, both on left and right side facilitates compaction close to high curbs. • Three LED work lights • A low total cost of ownership has always constituted guidelines for Dynapac product development. For this reason, high capacity, great reliability and premium quality are natural features in all Dynapac products, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call 800/651-0033 or visit www.dynapac.us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

The Dynapac CC950 has 4200 vpm (70 Hz) vibrations on the front drum only and a static rear drum. The rear drum is equipped with shock absorbers to minimize vibrations in the operator’s platform.


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Following These Concrete Dowel Drill Tips Can Help You Stay on Budget 3. Keep It in Check Using a concrete drill that hasn’t been maintained is one of the most common reasons a drill isn’t performing at 100 percent. That’s why it’s important to regularly check the equipment’s vitals, oil being No. 1. Oil is critical to concrete dowel drill performance and if it’s not the right kind, the engine and components could be in jeopardy. Lubricants, such as pneumatic tool oil and automatic transmission fluid, burn off quickly, which can cause drill motor damage. They also contain synthetics, which can damage hoses and O-rings. Rock drill oil is the only kind of oil that should be used with these types of drills. Check oil as often as once or twice a day, depending on the model, if your drill is in high use and remember to keep the fittings and guide wheels greased. Concrete drills experience a good amount of vibrations during operation,

and those vibrations can loosen nuts and bolts over time. Be sure to check trunnion bolts, which secure the latch that holds the bit in the drill. Also look at the long bolts that hold the drill motor together or thru bolts. Broken trunnion or thru bolts can become loose and break, and that can mean costly replacements. Dry firing also can cause these bolts to break, so be sure to only run the drill when the bit is touching the concrete and drilling into the slab. Also, turn the motor off before retracting the bit from the hole. And, finally, clean your drill daily using a hose or pressure washer. Dust accumulates quickly on parts and if allowed to become wet, can quickly turn into concrete, which has a significant effect on performance. 4. Store It Right If a drill will be stored for a few days or months, be sure to lubricate its interior parts to prevent rust from forming. Disconnect the hose from the motor and pour a small amount of lubricant (rock drill oil, pneumatic tool oil, even

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Bomag Announces Matt Cadnum as New Vice President of Sales, Marketing Bomag Americas Inc. welcomed Matt Cadnum as vice president of sales and marketing. Cadnum will be responsible for the strategic sales leadership and support of Bomag’s dealer and rental channel partners, marketing, product management and cultivating new business development growth opportunities.

Cadnum is a highly driven industry professional who possesses a strong background in both aftersales and commercial sales responsibilities, according to the company. The first 15 years of his career were spent in various aftermarket leadership roles with Allied Construction and Atlas Copco Construction Equipment. Most recently, Cadnum held senior management positions as vice president of sales of Atlas Copco Construction’s rental sales team and vice president of hydraulic attachments of Epiroc (division of Atlas Copco Group). “Matt’s extensive background in supporting dealer, rental and end use customers coupled with his hands-on management style, strong technical skills and sales orientation is exactly what Bomag needs to help our customers expand their business with us,” said Rob Mueckler, president of Bomag. Cadnum said, “I strongly believe in Bomag’s products, its vision and, most importantly, the dedication the company has to improving overall customer support within the construction equipment industry. Bomag is deeply committed to product innovation and helping generate greater returns of investment for road building customers and I very much look forward to continuing those initiatives.” For more information, visit www.bomag.com/us.

On June 5, Matt Cadnum joins Bomag as Vice President of sales and marketing of North America.

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

Minnich Manufacturing Introduces M-Box Vibration Control Solution Minnich Manufacturing, three-phase output, a manufacturer of concrete allowing the operator to dowel pin drills, concrete choose a uniform and vibrators and vibrator moncompatible constant itoring systems, has introspeed under different duced the M-Box vibration concrete loads. control solution. “The M-Box gives The Minnich M-Box is our customers complete an innovative control speed control of their conhigh-cycle power convertcrete,” said Rob er that enables high-cycle Minnich, vice president vibrator operators to conof marketing at Minnich trol the speed/vibrations Manufacturing. “By per minute (VPM) of up to helping operators apply two vibrators. The M-Box the most force with the minimizes time and cost lowest speed, the Massociated with patching Minnich M-Box operators can select from speeds of 6,000, Box maximizes vibraand 10,800 VPM. The product converts the 230-volt, structural concrete surface 8,000, single-phase outlet of a 3,500-watt generator to 230-volt, tion quality — and, in blemishes caused by three-phase output, allowing the operator to choose a uni- turn, the quality of the excessive vibrator speeds. form and compatible constant speed under different con- concrete structure.” In pumped concrete crete loads. For more informamixes, available/bleed tion, call 419/903-0010 Minnich M-Box operators can or visit minnich-mfg.com. water can be an issue. The faster the (This story also can be found on vibrator speed, the more water separa- select from speeds of 6,000, 8,000, and tion occurs and collects on the form 10,800 VPM. The product converts the Construction Equipment Guide’s webfaces. Chipping and patching labor and 230-volt, single-phase outlet of a site at www.constructionequipment3,500-watt generator to 230-volt, guide.com.) patch material can be expensive.

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The Easy Way To Advertise Your Equipment Run In Two Consecutive Issues Black & White $125 • Color $185

2017 Cat 316FL, Hydraulic Coupler, 48” Bkt, Aux Hyd, A/C................................................... $136,800 Call Steve 262-373-2151 16-17 JM

2018 Takeuchi TL8, 2105 Lb Rated Operating Capacity, 74 hp Kubota Tier 4 Final, Cab w/Heat & AC...............................................................$48,290 Call Steve 262-373-2151 16-17 JM

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2015 Takeuchi TS80R, s/n T5R80200911, 153 hrs, Cab with Heat and Ac, Block Heater, Radio, 72” Bucket................................................... $30,000 15-16 JM Call Mark @ 630-739-7770

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2014 Takeuchi TS70V, s/n T3V07000241, 127 Hrs, Cab w/AC, Two Speed, Hyd Coupler, 72” Bkt.. ..................................................................... $30,000 15-16 JM Call Mark @ 630-739-7770

2014 Takeuchi TW50, s/n 15111110E104369, 2550 Hours, Cab w/Heat, 1.1 yd Bucket w/edge, Spare Tire.................................................... $27,900 15-16 JM Call Steve @ 630-878-8765


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2015 John Deere 544K, Stk #11097, EROPS, A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, Hyd Coupler, 3.0 Yard GP Bucket (8ft), 20.5Rx25 Tires, 1,333 hours.................. ................................ $139,500.

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WANTED: JOHN DEERE MOTOR GRADERS - WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT OF ALL SORTS, BUT NOT INCLUDING TRUCKS AND VEHICLES. 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. PERHAPS AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL US AT 270-849-2270 OR EMAIL US AT TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WE BUY COMPLETE MACHINE SHOPS-- NOTHING TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL. WE ARE ACTIVELY LOOKING FOR IMMEDIATE PURCHASE OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS: LARGE CAPACITY LATHES - BRAKES - SHEARS PLATEROLLS. WWW.MAQUINARIACHICAGO.COM FOR A QUICK REPLY SEND PICTURES, DATA, PRICING AND CONDITION OF EQUIPMENT TO THE FOLLOWING EMAILS: MARK@MAQUINARIACHICAGO.COM & RUBYAMATULLI@CS.COM. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SKYTRAK 6036 TELEHANDLERS/FORKLIFTS EMAIL: VANDENTOPDON@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: GMC 1500 4X4 CREW CAB. GOOD MOTOR, BRAKES GOOD, TIRES GOOD CONDITION. EMAIL: ZYEPHER88@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU WA320-5 WHEEL LOADER. ONLY -5 MACHINE, CLEAN, WORK READY WITH REASONABLE HOURS. GOING TO BOSTON, MASS. EMAIL: CMISOLD1@COMCAST.NET; PHONE: RICHARD AT 603-828-6100 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DRESSER 510B WHEEL LOADERS. DRESSER WHEEL LOADER QUICK COUPLER.. LOOKING FOR A QUICK COUPLER AND ATTACHMENTS TO FIT A DRESSER 510B.. OR A 515B.. PLUS LOOKING FOR A SET OF RETRO SOLID TIRES, OR FOAM FILLED FOR SCRAP YARD USE. CONTACT JOEL EMAIL: JAMOSKE@AOL.COM PHONE: 217-622-3163 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS WANTED TO BUY CAT GRADER 140G, 140H AND 14H IN ANY CONDITION. PLEASE SEND PHOTOS AND DETAILS. EMAIL: NASHEQUIPMENTBUYER@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +97-155-358-7510 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED UB BREAKER, UB302 HYDRAULIC BREAKERS. CONTACT CHAD EMAIL:CBARRETT@HEAVYEQSRV.COM PHONE: 800-383-1467 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SULLAIR 750H CAT C9 AIR COMPRESSORS. ANY COMPRESSOR WITH A C9 ENGINE. THESE ARE SULLAIR MODELS: MODELS - • 600 • 750 • 825 • 900 • 1050 TIER 2 C9 “CLJ”… … TIER 3 C9 “JSC” CONTACT BRIAN EMAIL: BRIAN.WALDO@SULLAIR.COM PHONE: 219-229-9836 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR D6H CRAWLER DOZER IN USA WANTED TO BUY CAT DOZER D6H WITH REAR RIPPER AND ENCLOSED CAB. PLEASE EMAIL PICTURES AND DETAILS. EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM PHONE: 832-528-0786 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: MCCLOSKEY AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT, ALL MODELS. WANTED - 1/2" DRUM FOR TOPSOIL FOR MCCLOSKEY SCREEN 512RG TROMMELL SCREEN. EMAIL: LHEFF.SMS@GMAIL.COM CONTACT JOHN PH: 610-497-2012 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HEIL 1040 TRAILER LOOKING FOR SOIL STABILIZING AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. PNEUMATIC TRAILERS, 6X6 WATER TRUCKS, SPREADER TRUCKS, ETC.EMAIL: WSPSHOP@WSPINC.NET PHONE: 623-434-5050 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: POWERSCREEN AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT, ALL MODELS WANT TO BUY YOUR USED AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT. ALL MAKES. ALL MODELS. ALL CONDITIONS. SEND PHOTOS, INFORMATION. EMAIL: SALES@RREQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 803-416-5200 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 623K SCRAPERS EMAIL: WEBEREQUIPMENT@ BIGPOND.COM WANTED 623K FOR AUSTRALIA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CASE 450C CRAWLER DOZERS EMAIL: CMESALES@BVU.NET PHONE: 276-608-1507 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 310SG BACKHOE LOADER. NEED MAIN BOOM REPLACEMENT ON THE BACKHOE. IN US ONLY. EMAIL: MIKE@TETREAULTINC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LINCOLN SA-200 WELDER. IN USA ONLY. CONTACT: JIM BAKER EMAIL: JIMBAKER@BENTON COUNTYCABLE.NET PHONE: 931-264-0274 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: JOHN DEERE 330C LC. NEED HOUSE TUG, REMOTE TRAX AND PLATYPUS OR TRANSLIFT. MANUFACTURED HOUSE MOVING EQUIPMENT. WILL CONFER PURCHASE OR LEASE. IN US ONLY. EMAIL: LOBUCAK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: TRACKMOBILE 4000TM. NEED HOUSE TUG, REMOTE TRAX AND PLATYPUS OR TRANSLIFT. MANUFACTURED HOUSE MOVING EQUIPMENT. WILL CONFER PURCHASE OR LEASE. IN US ONLY. EMAIL: LOBUCAK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BOMAG BW 75 S COMPACTION EQUIPMENT EMAIL: BLOVIO@CORRADO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LIPPMANN 42X48, AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT LIPPMAN 4248 IMPACTOR BARE OR PORTABLE CONTACT JOE BY EMAIL: FJS-1@ATT.NET OR PHONE: 724-944-5569 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KUBOTA L295DT OR L2950 GST BACKHOE LOADERS EMAIL: JIMRUDIS@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU D475A-5 CRAWLER DOZERS WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY KOMATSU D475A-5, D375A-5, D375A-3. WE PREFER TO BUY FROM END USER AND NOT A BROKER. CONTACT TONY BY EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@PACIFICCRANES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ATLAS COPCO DM30 DRILLS WE ARE LOOKING ATLAS COPCO DM30 BLAST HOLE DRILL. PREFER TO BUY FROM END USER AND NOT A BROKER. CONTACT TONY BY EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@PACIFICCRANES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LOOKING TO PURCHASE STEEL CASE BATTERIES/ELECTRIC FORK LIFT BATTERIES. I WILL PAY YOU TOP DOLLAR AND CASH ON THE SPOT WITHIN 50 MILES OF MY LOCATION. MINIMUM QTY (5) MAX (10) TRUCK LOADS AT A TIME. WE ARE THE LARGEST SCRAP STEEL CASE BUYERS IN NORTH AMERICA. WE OFFER FREE PICKUP ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. AND CANADA. CONTACT: ROBERT COOPER. CALL 346-932-2525 OR 346-932-2525 OR EMAIL RCOOPER.TWS@GMAIL.COM. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: NEEDED TRUCK 777F 777G. MUST BE UNADVERTISED FROM MINING DIRECTLY OR EXCAVATOR GOOD PRICE. CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PH: 450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., August 10, 2018 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Columbiana, OH Sat., August 11, 2018 For: Major Job Completion, Late Model Construction Equipment

• Syracuse, NY Sat., October 20, 2018 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Orlando, FL August 8, 2018

Coming Auctions To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com

• Nashville, TN August 15, 2018

BIG IRON www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558

• Houston, TX August 21-22, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY August 8, 2018

• Tipton, CA August 28, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY August 15, 2018

• Concord, NH Sat., August 18, 2018 For: Complete Liquidation Retirement Auction

• Phoenix, AZ August 29, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY August 22, 2018

• Columbus, OH September 11, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY August 29, 2018

• Houston, TX Wed., August 22, 2018 For: Rentals! Late Model Construction Equipment

• Atlanta, GA September 12, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY September 5, 2018

• Sioux Falls, SD Wed., August 15, 2018 For: Early Retirement Auction • Jamestown, NY Thurs., August 16, 2018 For: Job Completion Auction

• Highland (Chicago), IL Thurs., August 23, 2018 For: Major Job Completion Auction • Gary, IN Fri., August 24, 2018 For: Complete Retirement Liquidation

• Chehalis, WA September 12, 2018 • Nashville, TN September 14, 2018 • Williston, ND September 14, 2018 • North East, MD September 18, 2018

• Cleveland, OH Sat., August 25, 2018 For: 2 Job Completions Construction Equipment & more

• Chicago, IL September 19, 2018

• Sioux City, IA Thurs, September 13, 2018 For: Retirement. Late Model Construction Equipment & more

• North Franklin, CT September 21, 2018

• Detroit, MI Sat., September 15, 2018 For: Late Model Ag, Construction Equipment and more • Parkersburg, WV Thurs., September 20, 2018 For: Late Model Construction Equipment and more • Lexington (Corbin), KY Fri., September 21, 2018 For: 1 Owner Fine Construction Equipment and more • Atlantic City, NJ Sat., September 22, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Fleet • Montreal, Canada Tues., September 25, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment • Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Wed., September 26, 2018 For: Rentals! Construction Equipment & more • Moncks Corner, SC Thurs., September 27, 2018 For: Major Job Completion, Large Utility Contractor • Las Vegas, NV Sat., September 29, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Fleet • Chicago, IL Fri., October 5, 2018 For: Snow Sale! Very Late Model Equipment • Boston, MA Fri., October 12, 2018 For: Snow Sale! Very Late Model Equipment • Cape Cod, MA Sat., October 13, 2018 For: Late Model Snow & Construction Equipment

• Sacramento, CA September 21, 2018

• Sacramento, CA September 21, 2018 • Fort Worth, TX September 25 - 26, 2018 • Los Angeles, CA September 28, 2018 BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700 • Sacramento, CA Sat., August 11, 2018 For: Public Auction • Portland, OR Fri., August 31, 2018 For: Public Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., September 8, 2018 For: Public Auction • Portland, OR Fri., September 28, 2018 For: Public Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., October 13, 2018 For: Public Auction

COMMOMWEALTH OF PA govplanet.com 855-464-4842 • Harrisburg, PA Wed., September 5, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment Live On-Site & Online Auction DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com MS: 601-656-9768 AL: 334-693-2540

• Philadelphia, MS September 26 - 27, 2018 For: Huge 2-Day Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction • Philadelphia, MS November 28 - 29, 2018 For: Huge 2-Day Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277 • Elkhorn, WI Tues, August 21, 2018 For: Absolute Truck & Trailer Auction EQUIFY AUCTIONS, LLC www.equifyauctions.com 888-535-8218 • ONLINE ONLY August 8, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY August 22, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY September 12, 2018

BIDADOO AUCTIONS www.bidadoo.com 1-877-BIDADOO

• ONLINE ONLY September 26, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY August 9, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY October 24, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY August 16, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY August 23, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY August 30, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY September 6, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY September 13, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY October 10, 2018

HESS AUCTIONEERS www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 • Marietta, PA Fri., August 17, 2018 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment • Marietta, PA Fri., October 19, 2018 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment

• Marietta, PA Fri., December 7, 2018 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION www.ebay.com/usr/hceasurplus 419-352-5616 • ONLINE ONLY 2018 HCEA Sales Literature Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Fri., September 7, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction JOEY MARTIN AUCTIONEERS www.joeymartinauctioneers.com 864-940-4800

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., September 8, 2018 For: Construction Equipment

• Decatur, AL Thurs., August 16, 2018 For: Liquidation Auction

RTI AUCTIONS www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563

• Cope, SC September 14 - 15, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment & Farm Equipment Auction

• Seneca Falls, NY August 9 - 10, 2018 For: 2 Day Truck, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

• Blairsville, GA Sat., October 20, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment & Farm Equipment Auction

STEFFES GROUP INC. www.steffesgroup.com 701-237-9173

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 864-947-7888

• Valley City, ND Thurs., August 16, 2018 For: Construction Retirement Auction

• Tuckahoe, NJ Wed., August 15, 2018 For: F.W. Shawl & Sons, Inc., Complete Liquidation Auction

• Pelzer, SC Thurs., September 27, 2018 For: Fall Construction Equipment & Truck Auction

• Winthrop, MN Thurs., September 13, 2018 For: Estate Antique John Deere Tractor Auction

I.R.A.Y. AUCTION www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230

MAYNARDS INDUSTRIES in conjunction with Biditup Auctioneers Worldwide an Industrial Assets Company www.maynards.com 248-569-9781

TERRA POINT LLC www.terrapointllc.com 877-772-5998

• Foley, MN Fri., September 14, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS www.murphyauction.com 800-426-3008 • Yreka, CA Wed., August 8, 2018 For: Public Auction JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com 601-450-6200 • Brooklyn, MS August 10 - 11, 2018 For: Late Summer Public Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 16, 2018 For: Major Shipbuilding Company Surplus McGREW EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com 888-311-2811 • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., August 14, 2018 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., September 11, 2018 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., August 29, 2018 For: Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • ONLINE ONLY Wed., September 26, 2018 For: Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • ONLINE ONLY Wed., October 31, 2018 For: Equipment, Trucks & Trailers VANTAGE AUCTIONS www.vantageauctions.com 951-228-9040 • Lake Elsinore, CA Sat., August 11, 2018 For: Construction Equipment

• ONLINE ONLY September 12 - 19, 2018 For: Electrical & Furniture Surplus

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., October 9, 2018 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700

• ONLINE ONLY September 18 - 25, 2018 For: Golden Corner Electric Surplus in Pelzer, SC

POWERS AUCTION SERVICE www.powersauction.com 608-439-5764

• Princeton, MN Sat., September 15, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment Auction

• Pelzer, SC September 26 - 27, 2018 For:2 Day Fall Construction Equipment & Truck Auction

• Wauconda, IL Fri., August 10, 2018 For: Glenbrook Excavating Retirement Auction

J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 856-764-7163

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 866-731-7760

• ONLINE ONLY Fri., August 17, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 9, 2018 For: Truck & Trailer Auction

• Plymouth Meeting, PA Sat., August 18, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction • Rome, NY Sat., August 25, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction

• Perris, CA Fri., August 10, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment, Trucks and more

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 16, 2018 For: Construction Equipment

WSM AUCTIONEERS www.wsmauctioneers.com 623-936-3300

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 23, 2018 For: Truck & Trailer Auction

• Phoenix, AZ Sat., August 11, 2018 For: Public Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 30, 2018 For: Construction Equipment

• Phoenix, AZ Sat., September 8, 2018 For: Public Auction


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TWO DAY ABSOLUTE CRANE AND RENTAL AUCTION

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TWO DAYS - AUGUST 28th & 29th, 2018 • 9:00 A.M. Industrial Rents • Gary, IN 46408

Day One (2) Rings

4490 S. Grant Ave, Gary, IN

Day 1 location: 4490 S Grant Street Day 2 location: 4860 W 47th Ave

SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) ’12 Miller Big Blue 700 Welders, (2) ’04 Miller 400D Welders, (3) ’10 Miller 304 Arc Welders, ’02 Miller 302P Welder, (6) 2012 Magnum MTL3060K 6KW Light Towers, (2) ’04 IR P185 Air Compressors, FORKLIFTS: TCM FG35, (2) Cat GP25K, Yale GLP 4000#, (2) Crown RR5225-45, UTV’s: ’13 Kubota RTV1140CPX 4 Door, ’11 Kubota RTV1100 2 Door, ’11 Kubota RTV900XTWL 2 door, VEHICLES: ’13 Ford Explorer, 4x4, ’11 Chevrolet Equinox, (6) ’11& ‘12 Dodge Ram 1500 Pickups, (2) ’11 GMC 1500 Pickup, (2) ’10 Dodge Ram 1500 Pickups, (3) ’08 Ford F250 & (2) ’08 & ’10 F150 Pickups, CRANES: ’94 Lorian LRT450 45 Ton Rough

Day 2

4860 W. 47th Ave, Gary, IN

ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: (3) ’06 Terex RT665 65 Ton, ’99 Terex RT160 60 Ton, (3) Terex RT555 55 Ton, (12) ’00 -’08 Terex RT335 35 Ton, (2) ’08 Terex RT230 30 Ton, CARRY DECK CRANE: ’07 Shuttlelift 7755 22 Ton, Terex 5540F, (2) ’08 Broderson IC200-EF 15 Ton, Broderson IC-200D 15 Ton, ’97 Broderson RT300-2B 15 Ton, ’03 Broderson IC80-3F 8.5 Ton, FORKLIFTS: ’12 Genie GTH1056 Telescopic, ’08 Skytrak 10054 Telescopic, AERIAL LIFTS: (2) ’07 Genie RT Z60/34 Boom under 500 hours, Genie Z45/25 Boom, Genie Z34/22 Boom, (2) JLG 2630ES Scissors, Genie GS3268 RT Scissor, EXCAVATOR: Linkbelt 210LX, 24”, 48”, ’10 Atlas Copco 2500# Hammer, 4in1 Bucket,

Terrain, ’06 Terex RT335-1 35 Ton Rough Terrain, ’98 Terex RT230 30 Ton Rough Terrain, Broderson RT300-2A 15 Ton Carry Deck, 18 FLATBED TRAILERS: 1980 up to 2006 42’ & 40’ Tandems, OFFICE TRAILERS: (15) 10’ to 55’ Offices, CONTAINERS: (5) 40’, (3) 10’, (3) 40’ Containers with changing rooms, 10 VAN TRAILERS, 600+ LOTS of MISC: Rigid 3 Speed Blower, bolt bins, Pallet Jacks, Several Step Ladders, Floor Buffers, Air Compressors, Paint Supplies, Space Heaters, Jack Hammers, Climbing Harness, Several Hydraulic Power Units, Several New & Used Air Conditioning Units, Cabinets, 100's of New shop supplies, respiratory masks, padlocks, gas cans, broom heads, hoses, hoes parts, boxes of oil spill mats, shovels, folding chairs, safety vests, boxes of rags, chisels, hammers, grinder blades, unused extension cords, bandsaw blades, angle grinders face shields, abrasive bits, slag hammers, assorted hole saw, drill bits, allen wrenches, unused adjustable wrenches,

pliers, clamps, torch tips, Welding Filter Plates, gloves, safety gear, zip ties, (3) Uni-Mac Industrial 60# Washing Machine, Uni-Mac Industrial Dryer, Minute 320 Walk Behind Floor Sweeper, Measuring tapes, Caulk Guns, Pipe cleaners, Couplers, Battery Ends, New rubber pants, shirts, bib overalls, safety vests, disposable, leather & driving gloves, tyvek suits, rain suits, rubber waiders, 100+ sockets, pipe stands, tool boxes, air refrigerant recovery, flor jacks, Miller 304 Arc Welders, welding rods, air impacts, automotive parts, filters, plate compactors, dollies, generators, 2" & 3" water pumps, nylon slings, ratchet straps, work benches, clevis, shackles, tie downs, lifting chains, chain hoists, concrete saws, Rigid Stands & Dies, Kerosene heaters, material handler lifts, Stake side bed sides, drill presses, crane parts, Miller Matic 250 mig welder, plus hundreds more items

TRUCK TRACTORS: ’09 Western Star 4964EX Tri Axle, 211K Miles, ’07 Sterling AT9513 Tri Axle, ’98 Western Star Tri Axle, ’07 Sterling AT9500 Tandem, ’07 IHC Navistar, Tandem, ’06 Sterling 9513 Tandem, ’08 Capacity TJ5000 Spotter, ’07 IHC 4300 Tow Truck, ’05 IHC 8600 Toter, DUMP TRUCKS: ’04 & ’07 Mack Granite CT713 Tri Axle, 150,000 Miles, LOWBOYS: ’14 Talbert 55 Ton, Tri Axle, ’00 Talbert 55 ton Tri Axle, ’88 Fabco 50 Ton Tri Axle, ’80 Trailmobile Drop Deck 55 ton, ’97 Landoll 35 Ton Sliding tandem axle, DUMP TRAILERS: ’98 Ti-Brook aluminum 24’, ’97 City Cobra 30’ Frameless, ’91 Fruehauf 24’ Frameless, Galbreath 22’ Frameless, (7) STRETCH FLATBED TRAILER: ’75 Transcraft to ’08 Fontaine, FLATBED TRUCKS: ’07 Sterling LT9500 Tri Axle, (3) ’04, ‘06 & ’07 International 4300 25’, ’07 International 4400 10 Ton, 4-MECHANIC TRUCKS: (3) ’08 & ‘11 ford F350 c/w Welders, Air Compressors, BUCKET TRUCK: ’07 Ford F550, 45’ Reach, WATER TRUCK, ’05

Ford F750XL, 2,000 Gallon, FLATBED w/STAKES TRUCK: (5) ’14 Dodge Ram 2500 less than 40,000 Miles, FLATBED TRUCKS: ’13 GMC Sierra 3500, ‘11 Ford F350 12’, ’08 ford F350, (2) ’06 Chevrolet 3500, ’05 GMC 3500, 70- PICKUP TRUCKS: variety of Regular cabs and crew cab ’11 & ‘12 Dodge Ram 2500, ’07 Chevrolet 2500, ’13 Ford F350, (15) ’09, ’11, 12, & ’13 Ford F150, (14) ‘08’10, (4) ’11,& ’13 Chevrolet 1500, (27) ’06, ’09, ’10, ’11, ’12 & ‘13 Dodge 1500, (6) ’10, ‘11 & ’12 GMC Sierra 1500, 15 PASSENGER VANS: (10) ’06 - ’12 Ford E350, CARGO VANS: ’08 GMC 17’ Cube, ’12 Ford Transit, (2) ’13 Ford E250, ’08 GMC E350, ’04 Chevrolet 2500, BUSES: (6) ’00 Freightliner Thomas, ’01 International Amtran, WELDERS: (7) Miller Big Blue 700, (3) ’06 Miller 600, (4) Miller 400D, AIR COMPRESSORS: ’06 IR 1300, ’11 IR Doosan XP375, (4) IR 185, LIGHT TOWERS: (12) ’12 Magnum MTL3060K, GENERATORS: ’09 Magnum 125KW, ’13 Wacker G120, Olympia 85KW

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BusinessCalendar To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. AWC – Association of Women Contractors Summer Networking Event at Surly Brewery Date: Thursday, August 16, 2018 Time: 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM Venue: Surly Brewery 520 Malcolm Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55414 Take a break from the construction high season and spend a few hours with industry folks. Our summer networking event is a casual fun evening with friends and new friends. We have a great evening planned with great food, Surly beer and yard games for those with a competitive spirit. Open to members and nonmembers. Come see our fabulous energy first-hand! For more information contact AWC at 1337 St. Claire Avenue, Suite 4, St. Paul, MN 55105. Phone: 651/489-2221; grace@awcmn.org. The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) AUGUST 20 – 22, 2018 COUNCIL OF STATE EXECUTIVES The Lodge at Whitefish Lake Whitefish, Montana AUGUST 29, 2018 ARTBA ENGINEERING ISSUES BREAKFAST AT MAASTO Grand Traverse Resort & Spa Traverse City, MI To register and for more information on the above events: Website: https://www.artba.org/training-events/ Associated General Contractors of Minnesota (AGC of MN) 2018 Sporting Clays Fundraiser When: August 20, 2018 Time: 12:00 Noon to 6:30 PM Where: Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club 2920 220th Street E. Prior Lake, MN 55372 th 19 Annual AGC of MN Sporting Clays Fundraiser to benefit the AGC of Minnesota Foundation. Awards will be presented to the Top Woman, Top Gun and Top Team. 12:00 PM Registration 12:45 PM. Course Safety 1:00 PM. Shotgun Start 4:00 PM. Social Hour 4:45 PM. Dinner (Silent Auction closes at 5:15 PM). 5:30 PM Awards and Raffle. For more information on this event, contact: Denise Woods. Phone: 651/632-8929. Address: 525 Park Street, Suite 110, St. Paul, MN 55103. Email: dwoods@agcmn.org. Website: http://www.agcmn.org. American Public Works Association (APWA) August Events: August 13, 2018 Missouri Chapter APWA Executive Meeting City of Fulton City Hall, Fulton, MO August 13, 2018 Mid-MO Fall Golf Classic VI Tanglewood Golf Course, Fulton, MO August 14, 2018 2018 Snow & Ice Leadership Seminar Medinah Banquets, Addison, IL August 14, 2018 APWA Green Street Seminar County Operations Center, San Diego, CA August 14, 2018 CAEC Pro: (MRSC) Purchasing & Contracting Essentials City of Kennewick, Kennewick, WA August 15, 2018 Road to Career Advancement – Panel Discussion with Q & A

Mayfair Community Park, Lakewood, CA St. Louis Area Foodbank Volunteer Event St. Louis Area Foodbank, Bridgeton, MO August 16, 2018 YP Hosted Brew Night Sac City Brews Neighborhood Tap House, Sacramento, CA August 18, 2018 2nd Annual APWA Music Festival Dokken Engineering, Folsom, CA August 21, 2018 NCT Branch General Membership Meeting and Luncheon Carrollton Crosby Recreation Center, Carrollton, TX August 22, 2018 City of Toledo Collins Park Water Treatment Plant Tour Collins Park Water Treatment Plant, Toledo, OH August 22, 2018 Cruise the Chain with Lake Branch Famous Freddie’s Roadhouse, Fox Lake, IL August 22, 2018 2018 APWA Colorado Rockies Night Coors Field, Denver, CO August 23, 2018 2018 Staff Appreciation Luncheon El Cerrito Community Center, El Cerrito, CA August 23, 2018 2018 LA APWA Chapter Equipment Rodeo Covington Fairgrounds, Covington, LA August 23, 2018 St. Louis Branch APWA August Lunch Orlando’s, Maryland Heights, MO August 24, 2018 2018 Suburban Branch Scholarship Golf Outing & Dinner Bloomingdale Golf Club, Bloomingdale, IL August 24, 2018 APWA Central Branch Scholarship Golf Scramble Weissinger Hills Golf Club, Shelbyville, KY For more information on the above events, contact APWA, Phone: 816/4726100; Fax: 816/472-1610; Toll Free: 800/848-APWA.

August 16, 2018

MNLA Foundation Improving the Environment by Investing in Research and Education SAVE THE DATES FOR THESE FUN FOUNDATION FUNDRAISERS! SEPTEMBER 19, 2018 MNLA SHOOTOUT MINNESOTA HORSE & HUNT CLUB PRIOR LAKE, MINNESOTA To register or for more information, go to MNLAFoundation.com The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) IT FORUM DATES: August 15 – 17, 2018 PLACE: Chicago, IL The AGC IT Forum provides participants an opportunity to network, share information, solve problems, keep up-to-date with the latest IT developments relating to the construction industry and to discuss and share best practices on some of the most pressing IT challenges. Who Attends? More than 350 industry professionals with information technology job functions, including CIO, CFO, VP of IT, IT Managers, IT Directors, Network Administrators and Construction IT Professionals. For more information on the IT Forum, contact AGC of America, 2300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118. communications@agc.org. www.AGC.org. TAED – Associated Equipment Distributors 2018 Leadership Conference Dates: August 22, 2018 (6:00 PM) to August 24, 2018 (4:30 PM) Type: Annual Conference Event Description: Shaping the Future of Your Dealership The AED Leadership Conference is designed specifically for attendees to get ahead in their career and to accelerate their future within the dealership. No other event will give you more focused expertise on building and optimizing emerging leaders within the construction equipment distribution industry. Attendees will be able to walk away with ideas to implement within their own areas of responsibility and gain a greater sense to becoming a more effective leader.

Transforming Tomorrow’s Leadership The Leadership Conference allows attendees to expand their horizons and explore the future of your business on a whole new level. Set your dealership apart from the competition in today’s competitive construction equipment industry and register today. Who Should Attend? Attendees may be the designated successor or they could be a candidate for a key position in your succession plan. For more information on this event, contact AED, 650 E. Algonquin Road, Suite 305, Schaumburg, IL 60173. Phone: 630/574-0650. 2018 APWA PWX American Public Works Association International Congress & Exposition (APWA PWX) is a place that showcases the power of the human imagination, offers education on the latest developments in public works, leadership, managing transportation, infrastructure, water, waste programs and more. This four (4) days congress and exposition is being organized by American Public Works Association (APWA). The venue of this event is Kansas City Convention Center, Kansas City, Missouri, USA. The event will be held from 26 August 2018, Sunday to 29 August, 2018, Wednesday. DATES: Sunday, August 26, 2018 to Wednesday, August 29, 2018 PLACE: Kansas City Convention Center 301 West 13th Street, Suite 100 Kansas City, MO 64105 USA Phone: 1/816-513-5000 PWX has drawn thousands of public works professionals from all over the world. If you’re like many, you have limited resources for professional development, so you’ve chosen APWA’s PWX as your preferred venue for: . Outstanding education sessions that address current public works issues – as well as ongoing challenges. . The chance to see an extensive gathering of exhibitors and The Expo Experience that will showcase the latest products, services and technologies specific to public works. . Opportunities to network with your peers, hone your leadership abilities and learn new job skills. APWA offers PWX attendees MANY opportunities to meet and mingle with your peers – the Get Acquainted Party, Awards Ceremony and more! Build lasting professional relationships and make a few lifelong friends at the same time. For more information on this Expo: Organizer: American Public Works Association. Phone: 800/848-APWA (2792). Website: http://www.apwa.net/. Mining & Exploration International (MEI2018) Conference & Expo DATES: September 6-8, 2018 PLACE: Las Vegas Convention Center Las Vegas, Nevada Mining Expo International will convene at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada on Thursday, September 6 thru Saturday, September 8, 2018. This year’s show will focus on maximizing productivity and overcoming challenges of the mining industry through technical and financial solutions. Mining Expo International will feature exhibits displaying the latest mining and processing technologies, serving all aspects of the industry including coal, metal and nonmetal surfaces and underground mining. Why Exhibit at Mining Expo International? Mining Expo International provides an outstanding opportunity for you to have invaluable face-time with thousands of qualified attendees to promote your products and services. 70 Reasons Why You Should Attend MEI2018? 70 Industry Leaders who are on the front lines of the mining and exploration industry will be at the MEI2018, September 6-8, 2018, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. They are attending this new industry forum to share their insights and work with you to explore solutions to challenges confronted in our rapidly evolving industry. Special emphasis will be placed on Workforce Development & Strategic Thinking, Sustainability & Community and Technology. For more information on this Expo, go to www.MiningExpoIntl.com or Email: info@MiningExpoIntl.com. Phone: 504/218-5415.

AGC of America (The Associated General Contractors of America) The Joint Contractors Conference & Trade Show Dates: Saturday, September 29, 2018 to Monday, October 1, 2018 Place: Arlington, Virginia The AGC Joint Contractors Conference brings together four AGC events to the DC area. Each conference will have its own education sessions, but the networking events will all be co-mingled in hopes of fostering further collaboration between construction specialties within the industry. Bringing together contractors across multiple disciplines and market segments, the 2018 AGC Joint Contractors Conference will be an opportunity to reach senior-level decision makers at leading construction firms from across the United States. This will merge together under one location the following AGC conferences for 2.5 days of market- and subject matter specific tracks, joint networking opportunities, and the AGC Centennial Celebration: BuildCon, Highway & Transportation, Utility Infrastructure, and CLC Leadership Development Conferences. With an expected attendance of more than 500 leaders in the construction industry, this is your opportunity to further build your business as well as join AGC in celebrating 100 years of service to the industry. For more information on this event, contact AGC of America, 2300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118. Email: communications@agc.org. Website: www.AGC.org. MNLA Foundation Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club, Prior Lake, MN When: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 The Games Open at 9:30 AM with Lunch at 12 NOON Where: Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club 2920 East 220th Street Prior Lake, Minnesota 55372 2018 MNLA Shootout, Wednesday, September 19, 2018, Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club – The 9th Annual MNLA Foundation Shootout promises to be an event for you to connect with old friends, create new friends, and have lots of fun! Register as a team, pair, or solo. It is not necessary to be a member of MNLA to participate. Get ready for this terrific MNLA FUNdraiser, raising money for career promotion and scholarships, in the green industry. You will have fun. You will be fed. You will have beverages available to quench your thirst. You will have access to games, 75 rounds of sporting clays, cool people and prizes! Come rain! Come Shine! COME for this shootout! For more information on this event, contact Paulette Sorenson at 651/6334987. U.S. Transportation Resilience Innovations Summit and Exchange First-Ever U.S. Transportation Resilience Innovations Summit and Exchange to be Hosted October 9-10 in Denver Dates: October 9 – 10, 2018 Place: Denver, Colorado, U.S.A. Denver, Colorado will serve as the location for the inaugural meeting on managing the impact of natural and man-made disasters on infrastructure, bringing together transportation leaders from around the country. The Resilience Innovations Summit and Exchange (RISE) will be October 9 – 10, at the Sheraton Downtown Denver. Leaders will share state-of-the-practice information about how to include resilience practices within transportation system performance activities. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will co-host this meeting with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials the Transportation Research Board and the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration. For more information and to register, visit transportationrisesummit.com/. (http://transportationrisesummit.com)

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after floor will be added to the slender, elegant glass-and-steel building, designed by Milwaukee’s Eppstein Uhen Architects. Anderson said Saint John’s on the Lake needed a new building that was dynamic in design and not simply a one-for-one replacement of what the complex has had. “Truly, the driving force behind this project is the desire to replace the existing care neighborhood with a structure that is of a more current design, in keeping with the needs and expectations of our residents, and allowing us to work more efficiently,” she explained. When finished, the Saint John’s North Tower will add another dazzling, modern look to the city’s skyline along the blue waters of the lake, which stretches well beyond the eastern horizon to the shores of western Michigan, approximately 85 miles away. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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JJ SCHECKEL CORP............................................................................................ 31

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HOWELL TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO............................................................104

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