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February 8, 2017 • Vol. LV • No. 3 • 470 Maryland Drive • Ft. Washington, PA 19034 • 215-885-2900 • Toll Free 800-523-2200 • Fax 215-885-2910
Routine Bridge Maintenance Avoids Catastrophe By Lori Tobias CEG CORRESPONDENT
VDOT Rehabilitates I-64 Maury River Bridges...8
Industry Gathers for World of Concrete...18
Motorists accustomed to making the Delaware River Turnpike Bridge a part of their regular drive will have to adapt to some new travel habits for at least the foreseeable future. That news came nearly two weeks after a fracture was discovered in a bridge beam Jan. 20 during routine maintenance. “This is a bridge that carries on average 42,000 vehicles a day,” said Carl DeFebo Jr., manager of media relations of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. “It is causing an
inconvenience for travelers, but what is important to understand is that it is a critical safety issue and we need to make a great effort to make sure it is fixed right and safe for the long term. This is going to be a prolonged closure.” The fracture was discovered as crews worked on a $50 million project to paint and make structural repairs to the 80-ft. (24.4 m) high bridge connecting the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Turnpikes. The fracture is in the top member of the steel truss on the approach span on the Pennsylvania side of see BRIDGE page 36
Rochester’s $21M Inner Loop Transformation Advances By Irwin Rapoport CEG CORRESPONDENT
Fisher Industries Provides Solution to Quarry’s Query...69
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Concrete Applied Technologies Corporation (Catco) began work on Rochester’s $21 million Inner Loop East Transformation Project in May 2015 and expects to complete the project in September 2017. The federal government is funding the bulk of the project with $16.7 million from the TIGER program; the state is see LOOP page 98
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Concrete Applied Technologies Corporation (Catco) began work on Rochester’s $21 million Inner Loop East Transformation Project in May 2015 and expects to complete the project in September 2017.
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Due to a slight lowering of the span, the bridge will have to be jacked back into place, using 80 ft. (24.4 m) platforms.
Report Shows Project Backlog Reaches $926B The U.S. Department of Transportation in a new “conditions and performance” report estimates that the backlog of needed highway and transit infrastructure projects has reached $926 billion, and that many billions more will be needed in the next 20 years to keep up with demand.
The congressionally mandated biennial report “identifies an $836 billion backlog of unmet capital investment needs for highways and bridges,” the USDOT said, and $90 billion more for transit systems. The Trump administration has described a plan to generate an estimated $1 The U.S. Department of Transportation in a new “conditions and trillion in overall infrastrucperformance” report estimates that the backlog of needed high- ture investment over the next way and transit infrastructure projects has reached $926 billion.
see USDOT page 122
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VIRGINIA BRIDGE REHABILITATION EXTENDS LIFE BY 50 YEARS
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is overseeing the rehabilitation of two bridges along Interstate 64 in the Lexington, Va., area.
14 PKF’S BET ON RTG RM 20 PILE DRIVING 34 J.F. KIELY CONSTRUCTION CO. CELEBRATES
RIGS PAYS OFF BIG An RTG RM 20 pile driving rig hammers battered piles in the shadows of a Pennsylvania Turnpike bridge abutment on a narrow strip of land between an embankment and a roadway on a warm October morning in 2016.
18 INDUSTRY GATHERS FOR WORLD OF CONCRETE 2017 IN LAS VEGAS World of Concrete 2017 provided exhibitors with a hugely successful platform to start the year off strong, packing the show floor with qualified industry-related attendees ready to make purchasing decisions on the latest equipment, products and technologies available.
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SAFETY RECORD J.F. Kiely Construction Co., a utility construction company headquartered in Long Branch, N.J., spends thousands of man hours annually to educate its team members on the importance of working safely, and for a third consecutive year, reports a record low Experience Modification Rating (EMR) of 0.394 from the New Jersey Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau for its efforts.
30 USDOT INVESTIGATES DECISION The U.S. Department of Transportation has expanded its investigation of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to cancel a railway line, saying the probe will now include all of the state transportation agency’s programs to determine whether federal law was violated.
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Virginia Bridge Rehabilitation Extends Life by 50 Years By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is overseeing the rehabilitation of two bridges along Interstate 64 in the Lexington, Va., area. The bridges, which carry eastbound and westbound traffic over the Maury River and Kerrs Creek in Rockbridge County, were designed in 1969 and built in 1976. The bridges have a steel frame support and are called delta frame bridges because of the shape of the structural steel support frame, which is an inverted triangle or Greek letter delta. Each bridge is 845-ft. (257.6 m) long and 43-ft. (13.1 m) wide, and the roadway width is a total of 39 ft. (11.9 m). The project will rehabilitate the two bridges by repairing the structural steel PER Inc. photo frames, replacing the deck, reconstructing abutments and providing slope work protec- The bridges, which carry eastbound and westbound traffic over the Maury River and Kerrs Creek in Rockbridge County, were designed in 1969 and built in 1976. tion. According to VDOT, completion of this rehabilitation project will allow the bridges to remain open in the coming years and extend their lifecycle by 50 years. More than $20 million is reportedly saved on this project through rehabilitating the bridges rather than replacing them. The project began on March 12, 2014, and had a contractual fixed completion date of Oct. 6, 2016. However, the contractor is currently behind schedule by more than seven months, and the department estimates the completion date to be June 2017. The contract value of the project is $12.88 million, and it has received $15.5 million in federal grants under the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) program. The grant proPER Inc. photo SkyShots Photography photo gram aims to protect critical trans- The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is The bridges have a steel frame support and are called delta frame portation infrastructure while con- overseeing the rehabilitation of two bridges along bridges because of the shape of the structural steel support frame, necting communities and fostering Interstate 64 in the Lexington, Va., area. which is an inverted triangle or Greek letter delta. growth in the regional economy. VDOT reports that complete rehabilita- has a significant amount of recreational According to VDOT, I-64 is vital to freight lightweight concrete. Both abutments will be rehabilitated and additional slope protection tion of the bridges will extend their life-cycle sightseers, and is also just upriver from the traffic, providing the only interstate connecfor 50 years. main water source of the city of Lexington, tion between Hampton Roads ports and the installed.” According to VDOT, the existing bridges Maintaining production without compro- Va. western Virginia markets and the United have a general condition rating of four on a mising quality of work was the main chal“We must take extra precaution to mainStates. scale of nine. Structurally deficient means lenge noted by Duquette. tain safety of those below the bridge, the The prime contractor for the project is “It becomes all too frequent that when environment, as well as protect the drinking Orders Construction Company Inc. and its that the condition of any part of the structure project manager is Scott Witman. For the has reached a condition rating of four, mean- schedule slippage occurs, the contractor may water for the local residents,” he said. “In department, the construction manager is Joe ing “poor.” This designation does not mean request construction sequence changes, addition to the environmental concerns, we Duquette and the area construction engineer that a structure is in danger of imminent fail- overlook details, lack proper oversight of cannot overlook the fact that this type of ure, but that its condition has deteriorated to laborers, etc., just to try and make up time,” structure is a rare sight in Virginia and rehais Wayne Nolde, PE. he said. “Keeping proper communication bilitating it [is important].” “Bridge inspections of the two 845-foot a point where it should be replaced. The bridges have steel fatigue cracks while enforcing the specification so that this The job is a multi-phased project utilizing long bridges revealed the bridges to be strucalong with deck, joint and abutment probdoes not occur is key to achieving the quality diverging diamond detours which were conturally deficient,” Duquette said. “Steel structed to route opposing traffic onto the fatigue cracks along the deck and girders lems, as well as slope erosion. The bridges we look for.” Duquette explained that the delta frame same bridge while the closed bridge is under will be repaired as well as the joints being are currently inspected twice a year rather replaced. All of the concrete decking and than undergoing the normal two-year bridges are over the Maury River in construction. Rockbridge County. This river in particular parapet will be removed and replaced with inspection cycle. see VDOT page 120
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SKID STEERS - WHEEL 2013 CAT 226B3, OROPS, BUCKET, SELF LEVELING, HOURS: 1,277, SERIAL NUMBER: MWD05277, STOCK NUMBER: TMWD5277.................................................................................................. $26,000 2014 CAT 236D, HOURS: 245, SERIAL NUMBER: BGZ00404, STOCK NUMBER: CSBGZ404$35,000 2011 CAT 246C, INSTRUCTIONS, ANSI, NACD, CONVERSION ARRANGEMENT, QUICK COUPLER: MANUAL, ROPS: ENCLOSED WITH A/C (C3), DOOR, CAB, POLYCARBONATE, INSTRUCTIONS: ENGLISH, ENGINE:TIER4 INTERIM COMPLIANT, DOMESTIC TRUCK, TIRES: 12X16.5 10PR CAT, BELT, SEAT, 2", LANE 2 ORDER, HYDRAULICS: STANDARD FLOW, HYDRAULICS, HOURS: 711, SERIAL NUMBER: JAY06187, STOCK NUMBER: BJAY6187................................................................. $29,000 2015 CAT 246D, ONE SPEED, COUNTERWEIGHT,MACHINE,EXTERNAL, DISPLAY, ADVANCED, LCD, CAMERA, SEAT,AIR SUSPENSION,VINYL,HEAT, LANE 2 ORDER, CONVERSION ARRANGEMENT, INSTRUCTIONS, ANSI, USA, ROPS: ENCLOSED WITH A/C (C3), DOOR, CAB, POLYCARBONATE, RADIO READY, BATTERY, HEAVY DUTY, 850 CCA, SEAT BELT: 2", HOURS: 280, SERIAL NUMBER: BYF01550, STOCK NUMBER: 14M0413................................................................................... $44,000 2015 CAT 262D, PACKAGE, PERFORMANCE, (H1), SEAT,AIR SUSPENSION,VINYL,HEAT, DISPLAY, ADVANCED, LCD, CAMERA, LANE 2 ORDER, CONVERSION ARRANGEMENT, INSTRUCTIONS, ANSI, USA, HYDRAULICS, PROPORTIONAL, WT, ROPS: ENCLOSED WITH A/C (C3), DOOR, CAB, POLYCARBONATE, RADIO READY, BATTERY, HEAVY DUTY, 850 CCA, HOURS: 269, SERIAL NUMBER: DTB03958, STOCK NUMBER: 15M0224................................................................................... $44,000 2014 CAT 262D, PACK: DOMESTIC TRUCK, LANE 2 ORDER, TIRES: 12/16.5 CAT 10PR, INSTRUCTIONS: ENGLISH, SEAT BELT: 2", HEATER, ENGINE COOLANT, 120V, QUICK COUPLER: ELECTRIC, ROPS: ENCLOSED WITH A/C (C3), TWO SPEED WITH RIDE CONTROL, COUNTERWEIGHT,MACHINE,EXTERNAL, RETURN TO DIG/WRKTL POSITIONER, PACKAGE, HOURS: 748, SERIAL NUMBER: DTB00908, STOCK NUMBER: 13M0635..............................$40,000 SWEEPERS / BROOM EQUIPMENT 2014 LAY-MOR SWEEPMASTER 300, RIDE ON 8FT WIDE SWEEPER, HOURS: 143, STOCK NUMBER: 16U0025......................................................................................................................................$20,500 2010 TERRAMITE TSS48, 8 FT RIDE ON SWEEPER NO CAB KUBOTA 37 HP DIESEL ENGINE, 100 GALLON WATER TANKS, HIGH CAP HYD OIL AND FUEL TANKS, POLY AND WAFER WIRES, FUEL TANK CLEANOUT, VARIABLE BROOM SPEED CONTROL W/ DUAL DRIVE MOTORS, FULL INSTRUMENTATION, 4 WHEEL TOWING W/ TOW ALARM SYSTEM, HOURS: 408, STOCK NUMBER: 10R0326....................................................................................................................................... $8,000 2010 TERRAMITE TSS48, 8 FT RIDE ON SWEEPER NO CAB KUBOTA 37 HP DIESEL ENGINE, 100 GALLON WATER TANKS, HIGH CAP HYD OIL AND FUEL TANKS, POLY AND WAFER WIRES, FUEL TANK CLEANOUT, VARIABLE BROOM SPEED CONTROL W/ DUAL DRIVE MOTORS, FULL INSTRUMENTATION, 4 WHEEL TOWING W/ TOW ALARM SYSTEM, HOURS: 3,813, STOCK NUMBER: 10R0325........................................................................................................................................$7,000 WHEEL LOADERS 2015 CAT 938K, *938K WHEEL LOADER, *RADIO, BLUETOOTH, AUX, MIC, *WARNING, BEACON, LED STROBE, *LIGHTS, AUX, HALOGEN / HALOGEN, *CAMERA: REAR VIEW, *STEERING: STANDARD, *RIDE CONTROL, *QUICK COUPLER: FUSION, *SEAT: DELUXE, *CAB: DELUXE, *COUNTERWEIGHT 1400KG,HEAVY,6PC, *PREP PACK: NORTH AMERICA, HOURS: 591, SERIAL NUMBER: SWL03905, STOCK NUMBER: 14M0765................................................................................ $170,000
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2012 JCB 406B WHEEL LOADER, ENC CAB w/ A/C & HEAT, GP BUCKET, COUPLER, 12.5R18 MICHELIN TIRES, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, 3 SPOOL VALVE, C022859........$42,500
2004 KOMATSU WA120-3 WHEEL LOADER, ENC CAB w/HEAT, 92” GP BUCKET w/BOCE, 17.5-25 MIXED TIRES, BUCKET LEVELER & KICKOUT, COUNTERSHAFT TRANSMISSION, 3 SPEEDS FORWARD/REVERSE, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, C021238.................................................................... $29,500
2010 KOMATSU WA4806 WHEEL LOADER, ENC CAB w/ A/C & HEAT, 125” GP BUCKET w/BOCE, 26.5R-5 RADIAL STEEL CORD MICHELIN TIRES, AUTOMATIC POWERSHIFT TRANSMISSION, 4 SPEEDS FORWARD/ REVERSE, ECSS RIDE CONTROL, C006269...... ........................ $95,000
SOLD 2008 KOMATSU WA480-6 WHEEL LOADER, ENC CAB w/ A/C & HEAT, 124” GP BUCKET w/BOCE, 26.5R-5 BRIDGESTONE 2-A TIRES, AUTOMATIC BOOM KICK-OUT, AUTOMATIC BUCKET LEVELER, ECSS RIDE CONTROL, ADDITIONAL COUNTERWEIGHT, C022652........................................................................................................................................................ $125,000
Model EE# PRICE CRAWLER DOZERS/LOADERS KOMATSU 1999 D65EX-12 C020925 $49,500 2012 D65WX-17 C005727 $179,000 1994 D275A C020148 SOLD $69,500 CATERPILLAR 2000 D9R C020150 SOLD $189,500 EXCAVATORS CATERPILLAR 1998 320BL-L C020143 SOLD $45,000 2004 321C-LCR C006409 SOLD $52,500 2002 345BL C023114 $55,000 HITACHI 2004 ZX800 “ZAXIS” C008172 $225,000 JOHN DEERE 2008 190DW C021549 $59,500 KOBELCO 2012 SJK210LC-9 C019951 $79,000 KOMATSU PC120LC-6 C023164 $69,000 2011 PC138USLC-10 C019465 SOLD $99,500 2013 PC138USLC-10 C022755 $129,000 1995 PC150-5 C023655 $29,500 2013 PC160LC-8 C024006 $59,000 2013 PC160LC-8 C024008 $72,500 2014 PC160LC-8 C024245 $95,000 2013 PC170LC-10 C022916 $139,000 2001 PC210LC-6K C020926 $45,000 2014 PC210LC-10 C006317 SOLD $149,000 2016 PC210LC-10 C022002 $189,000 PC228USLC-1 C024250 $TBD 2013 PC240LC-10 C006323 $169,000 2013 PC240LC-10LR C022421 $189,000 2005 PC270LC-7 C020272 $39,500 2014 PC290LC-10 C022744 $210,000 1993 PC300LC-5 C020933 $29,000 PC300LC-6 C021741 $52,500 2003 PC300LC-7 C019345 $65,000 2003 PC300LC-7 C023160 $59,000
YR 2013 2014
Model EE# PRICE PC360LC-10 C006325 $269,000 PC360LC-10 C021518 $229,000 PC400LC-5 C023172 $19,500 2010 PC450LC-8 C005953 $179,000 2013 PC490LC-10 C006069 $239,000 2008 PC800LC-8 C022399 $339,000 LIEBHERR 2006 A900C C003281 $79,000 MATERIAL HANDLERS, RECYCLERS CATERPILLAR 2002 350L-MH C023522 $TBD FUCHS 2005 MHL350D C003296 $79,000 2011 RHL340D C022333 $179,500 2015 MHL360E C022898 $449,000 2005 Grapple for MHL350D C003297 $8,000 2007 Grapple for MHL350D C003670 $4,000 KOMATSU 1989 PC300MH-3 C023651 $30,000 SENNEBOGEN 2004 830 C005918 $59,000 2007 830M C022591 $35,000 2010 830M C022032 $89,500 2012 830M C022031 $219,000 2014 840M C022592 $279,000 2014 875E C023523 $1,250,000 WHEEL LOADERS CATERPILLAR 2006 924G C022174 $52,500 966G C024014 $TBD 966G C024015 $TBD 2014 980K C024033 $TBD JCB 2012 406B C022859 $42,500 KOMATSU 2004 WA120-3 C021238 SOLD $29,500 WA200-6 C022593 $79,500 2013 WA200PZ-6 C023461 $109,000 2000 WA320-6 C022071 $69,500 2014 WA320-7 C005540 $159,500
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Model WA380-3 WA380-5L WA400-5L WA450-3 WA470-7 WA470-7 WA470-7 WA480-5 WA480-5 WA480-6 WA480-6 WA480-6 WA500-1 WA500-7 WA600-3 WA600-3
2013 2013 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 1997 2013 1999 2000 VOLVO 2007 L180
EE# C006463 C020908 C023552 C021164 C021898 C006216 C019954 C006219 C021700 C022652 C006269 C020239 C023661 C020552 C006043 C022042
PRICE $29,000 SOLD $75,000 $35,000 SOLD $59,000 $112,000 $195,000 SOLD $239,000 SOLD $49,000 SOLD $79,000 SOLD $125,000 SOLD $95,000 $95,000 $TBD $179,500 SOLD $69,000 $49,500
C021702 SOLD $47,500 GRADERS KOMATSU GD650AW-2 C020907 $49,500 650AW-2 C023121 $TBD 2005 GD655-3C C003433 $89,500 2008 GD655-3E0 C004620 $139,500 COMPACT TRACK LOADERS JCB 225T C020581 $25,000 MILLERS, PAVERS, ROLLERS HAMM 2010 HD10CVV C021850 $15,000 2010 HD10VV C021840 $29,500 2011 HD+120VVHF C004069 $109,000 INGERSOLL RAND DD130 C023319 $27,500 LEEBOY L8510T C022008 $32,500 WIRTGEN 2011 W200 C023439 SOLD $289,000
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2002 KOMATSU WA450-3MC WHEEL LOADER, ENC CAB w/ A/C & HEAT, 124” GP BUCKET w/BOCE, 26.5R25 MIXED TIRES, BUCKET POSITIONER/BOOM LIFT KICKOUT, AUTOMATIC POWERSHIFT TRANSMISSION w/4 SPEEDS FORWARD/REVERSE, C021164........................................$59,000 YR
Model EE# PRICE TRAILERS EAGER BEAVER 12HD-PT C022758 $TBD ROGERS 1997 CR50PL C008064 $28,000 SP50PL C021755 $28,000 TAG21 C023198 $TBD CRUSHING & SCREENING EQUIPMENT CEC 2007 CEC 32”x54” jaw crusher C003725 REDUCED $149,000 OFF-ROAD TRUCKS PAYHAULER 1995 350C C022041 $49,500 MISCELLANEOUS BUCYRUS ERIE 1980 88B C020922 $225,000 DOPPSTADT 2012 SM720 Trommel C021573 $219,000 CATERPILLAR RM-500 C023192 $225,000 ATTACHMENTS CATERPILLAR 52” Exc. Bucket/345 C006595 $3,900 HAMM 2012 Pad-foot shell kit for 3412, 84” Drum P.O.R. LaBOUNTY 2003 UP20 pulverizer jaw set 18715 $4,500 2009 CP60 pulverizer (PC200/PC308 linkage) C000879 $19,500 HDR40 C005990 $12,500 HDR50S C020273 $8,500 1500R Shear C008173 $65,000 NPK 2010 GH4 C005986 $7,500 2000 GH6 C021137 $14,900 2008 GH15 C002364 $39,000 ROCKLAND 2009 BTH-D-CL hydraulic thumb C000380 $7,500 HD-V spade-nose rock bucket for WA500-3 $15,000
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DENOTES KOMATSU CERTIFIED REMARKETING USED MACHINE DEPENDING ON CERTIFIED GRADE, UNIT MAY QUALIFY FOR SPECIAL FINANCING RATE AND/OR MANUFACTURER SUPPORTED WARRANTY. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS ON THESE OR ANY OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED USED PIECES.
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PKF’s Bet on RTG RM 20 Pile Driving Rigs Pays Off Big
PKF drove 14 x 89 H-piles to dense bedrock at 12 to 80 ft. (3.6 to 24.3 m), although 35 ft. (10.6 m) was the average. Piles were capped with a heavy-duty steel tip for added penetration. The RM 20 can effectively drive battered piles because of its adjustable leader, which can tilt backwards 45 degrees, and forward and sideways 18.5 degrees.
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An RTG RM 20 pile driving rig hammers battered piles in the shadows of a Pennsylvania Turnpike bridge abutment on a narrow strip of land between an embankment and a roadway Connecting the on a warm October morning Missing Link in 2016. Upon driving an HInterstate 95 from Maine pile to refusal, the operator to Florida was completed in deftly executes a 180-degree 1969 with no connection to turn within a confined space and crawls a short distance PKF-Mark III Piling Superintendent Sabrina Villanti the Pennsylvania Turnpike. to retrieve the next sheet pile. and ECA New York/New Jersey Regional Sales Since that time, motorists A worker from PKF-Mark Manager Bruce Langan worked closely to keep the have been forced to navigate III hooks it up, the rig lures RTG pile driving rigs operating at peak performance crowded backroads to transand secures it, and then trav- on the PA Turnpike/I-95 Interchange Project. fer between highways. The els back to the work site. The PA Turnpike/I-95 mechanical process repeats Interchange Project — jointly owned by the Pennsylvania itself over and over, indicating that serious productivity is afoot. Turnpike Commission, Pennsylvania Department of The RM 20, preceded by the RG 19 T on the PA Transportation (PennDOT), and Federal Highway Turnpike/I-95 Interchange Project, represents the willing- Administration (FHWA) — will create the missing link. ness of a forward-thinking contractor to break with tradition see RIG page 102 to install bridge foundations. PKF historically relied on a
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2006 New Holland D85, 1607 Hrs........................................................................................$39,995
SSL/CTLS: 2006 New Holland C190 CTL, Full Cab, Hydraulic Coupler, Hand Controls, 2586 Hrs........ $27,995 1994 John Deere 5200, ROPS, 2wd, 2 Rear Remotes, Turf Tires, 3281 Hrs........................ $5,500 New Holland TS100A, SWD w/21’ Machette Flailax, Boom Model MB21 sn 02221, Flail Axe (Belt Driven), 48”, New replacement Head - MF48-01598, 1433 Hrs............................................ $69,000 2012 New Holland T6030, 4WD, Air Seat, Radio, Alamo Axtreme 22’ Boom Mower with 48” Flail Axe, 420 Hrs................................................................................................................SOLD $79,000
EXCAVATORS: 1995 Cat 322L, Cab, 48” bucket, Geith Grapple, 20” Hendricks Bucket, 8948 Hours.......... $27,995 2004 Cat 320C, Full Cab, with Heat/AC, 48” Bucket, 3418 hours........................................ $75,995 1988 John Deere 690D LC, Cab, Steel Tracks, 4470 Hrs.................................................... $18,000 2006 Kobelco 115SR, Cab, Hydraulic Coupler, Manual Thumb, Plumbed, 4905 Hrs.......... $52,000 2005 Kobelco SK160, Full Cab, Wedge Lock Mechanical Coupler, 36” Bucket, 3721 Hrs....$72,995 2007 Kobelco SK30, Full Cab, 24” Bucket, Rubber Tracks, 888 Hrs.................................... $24,995 2013 Kobeloc SK260-9, Full Cab, Quick Coupler, 2660 Hrs.............................................. $149,900 2003 Kobelco ED190, Full Cab, 6 Way Blade, Thumb, 40” Bucket, Hydraulic Coupler, 5460 Hrs...... .............................................................................................................................................. $69,995 2003 Kobelco SK115 SR DZ, Full Cab, 36” Bucket, 9300 Hrs..............................................$41,995
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TRUCK: Ford F650, Cummins Diesel 225 HP, 605 FT LBS Torque, 26,000 GVW Pkg, 7 Speed Manual, A/C, 50 Gallon Fuel Tank,Power Windows and Locks, Rebuilt Transmission from Camarota 10,000 Mile Ago, Electric Brake Controller, Trailer Plug with 2" Receiver Hitch, Bobcat 250NT Welder, 37 CFM Self Contained Hydraulic Driven Air Compressor with 30 Gallon Tank, 1 Coxreel, 1/2"X50, 8,000 LB Hydraulic Crane, 70 Gallon Lube System, Graco Fireball 5:1 Pump, 2 Way Reversing Valve$42,995
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Industry Gathers for World of Concrete 2017 in Las Vegas
World of Concrete attendees flocked to the GOMACO exhibit to see the new Commander IIIx, which can now slipform a 24 in. (610 mm) radius. The Commander IIIx also features the GOMACO Three-Sensor Radius System for Stringline or Connect to 3D Guidance.
orld of Concrete 2017 provided exhibitors with a hugely successful platform to start the year off strong, packing the show floor with qualified industryrelated attendees ready to make purchasing decisions on the latest equipment, products and technologies available. Many exhibitors commented WOC 2017 was one of the best shows in recent memory, resulting in a 73 percent rebook on booth space for WOC 2018. This international event for the concrete and masonry industries, and the first annual event of the year, drew 50,770 registered professionals and featured more than 1,455 companies exhibiting across more than 681,196 net sq. ft. of space. “We are very pleased with the results of this 2017 event,” said Tom Cindric, senior vice president, Informa
The Schwing Concrete Pumping Systems booth drew plenty of interest, especially for its new S 38 SX, a first-of-its-kind, fivesection boom. Tim Goodroad, marketing and development of Schwing America Inc., said, “The [S 38 SX] is destined to be the most popular boom in our lineup with job forward articulation that hyper extends at every section to exceed the capabilities of traditional Z and roll and fold booms.”
Exhibitions U.S., Construction & Real Estate. “As the construction industry continues with its upward momentum over the past few years, World of Concrete has successfully kept pace, providing the industry with the latest products, technologies and educational offerings. This once again positions WOC as THE event for concrete and masonry professionals.” Jackie James, director of World of Concrete, added, “Exhibitors and attendees seemed very pleased with WOC 2017 from the show floor to the educational opportunities. Although the show was earlier than in past years, the industry showed up in force to see new products, network with their peers and prepare for business in 2017. International attendance was strong with representation from India, Italy, Philippines, Costa Rica, Brazil, China, Japan, South Korea, Chile, Argentina and many
other countries.” Also presented was the Weatherton Scholarship, providing funds to help the next generation of concrete professionals attending the CIM (Concrete Industry Management) Program. Dan Regad, from New Jersey Science & Technology University, was the recipient of the $2,500 scholarship. In addition, CIM held its annual unreserved silent and live auctions at World of Concrete. The silent and live auctions raised an initial tally of approximately $875,000. More information on the CIM Program can be found at www.concretedegree.com. World of Concrete 2018 will be held Jan. 23-26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
(L-R): Allied Construction Products, Cleveland, Ohio, had a great booth with a comprehensive line of breakers and heavy-duty attachments for the demolition and concrete industry. Experts on hand were Sales Support Manager Kelly Desmond, District Manager Brian Wise, President and CEO Phillip M. Paranic, and Rammer Breakers Division Manager Scott Davison.
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(L-R): Rodney Hart, maintenance manager of the Rancho Murrieta Association, in California, picks up some upcoming equipment auction information from IAA Auctions Executive Director Michael Cole and National Account Manager Patrick O’Connor, headquartered in Chicago, Ill.
(L-R): The GPlant crew out of Midlands, England, came all the way across the pond to take a look at all the new equipment and services for the concrete industry at WOC 2017. (L-R): Owner Gary Plant with HitchDoc Vice President Chad Mohns; GPlant operators Trevor Bell and Tom Burrows look over this HitchDoc innovative 6 way 96-in. skid steer blade. HitchDoc of Jackson Minn., debuted new innovative attachments at WOC 2017.
The Ritchie Bros. booth was busy throughout the show. (L-R) are Ramiro Esparza, regional sales manager of Mexico; Irish Worthy, territory sales support representative; Alley Toser, programs training manager; and Andy Foster, events coordinator.
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2016 National NBT45, 127” 5-Section Boom, Calib for Jib, Swiveling Headball, Outrigger Monitoring System, SFO, 2016 Peterbilt 367, ISX-12 425HP, 13,200 lb. Tag Axle, Aluminum Flat Deck, Eaton Fuller RTO-16908LL Transmission, stk8698..............................................$POR
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2010 National NBT45, 127’ Boom, Ball, AC Upper, SFO, Tandem + Tag, Eaton Fuller, Peterbilt 365, 380HP, stk8845.............................................................. $299,500
2004 Terex RS60100 on Sterling LT7501, 30-Ton, 10’ Boom Ball, One Winch, CAT 3126B 330HP, 20K/40K, stk9025.............................................................. $115,000
2014 National NBT45, 127’ Boom, Calibration for Jib, Swivel Ball, Aluminum Deck, Peterbilt 365, Paccar ISL-9 Engine, 20,000 lb. tag axle, stk7642........................ $POR
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ACPAAwards ‘Excellence in Concrete Pavements’ Honors The American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) has named recipients of its 27th annual “Excellence in Concrete Pavements” awards, which recognize quality concrete pavements constructed in the United States and Canada. The awards program encourages high-quality workmanship in concrete pavement projects, and serves as a way to share information about challenging and highly successful projects. Judges representing various stakeholder groups throughout the transportation-construction community evaluate projects for the award consideration. The program recognizes contractors, engineers, and project owners who completed outstanding projects. The program requires projects to be completed in the calendar year prior to judging (2016). The recipients of the 2016 ACPA Excellence Awards are: Reliever & General Aviation Airports (Silver Award) Davenport Municipal Airport, city of Davenport Contractor: McCarthy Improvement Company Owner: Davenport Municipal Airport, city of Davenport Engineer: McClure Engineering Company (Gold Award) Waukesha County Airport Runway 10/28 Reconstruction, Waukesha County Airport Contractor: Zignego Company Inc. Owner: Waukesha County Airport/Wisconsin DOT — Bureau of Aeronautics Engineer: Mead & Hunt Commercial Service & Military Airports (Silver Award) Runway 1R-19L Rehabilitation —Phase 1 at Kansas City International Airport Contractor: Ideker Inc. Owner: Kansas City Aviation Department Engineer: Burns & McDonnell | RDM International Inc. (Gold Award) O’Hare Modernization Program — South Airfield Runway 10R-28L Contractor: Acura Inc. Owner: O’Hare Modernization Program Engineer: O’Hare Runway Designers LLC Overlays (Airports) (Gold Award) Runway 13/31 Rehabilitation — Virgil I. Grissom Municipal Airport Contractor: E&B Paving Inc. Owner: Lawrence County Board of Aviation Engineer: Woolpert Inc. Industrial Paving (Gold Award) East I-40 Point of Entry Weigh Station, Roland, Okla. (Sequoyah County) Contractor: Duit Construction Company Inc. Owner: Oklahoma Department of Transportation Engineer: Guernsey RCC (Industrial) (Gold Award) Conagra Foods Distribution Center, Frankfort, Ind. Contractor: E & B Paving Inc. Owner: The Opus Group Engineer: American Structurepoint RCC (Special Application) (Gold Award) Chapel Landing — Phase I in the city of Bel Aire Contractor: Andale Construction Inc. Owner: city of Bel Aire, Kans. Engineer: Baughman Company PA Concrete Pavement Restoration (CPR)
(Gold Award) Annual Airfield Pavement Rehabilitation at Denver International Airport Contractor: Interstate Highway Construction Inc. Owner/Engineer: city and county of Denver, Department of Aviation Municipal Streets & Intersections (>30,000 SY) (Silver Award) Appleton Road (STH 47) Interchange, city of Appleton, city of Menasha, and Winnebago County, Wis. Contractor: Vinton Construction Company Owner/Engineer: Wisconsin DOT, NE Region Engineer: Omni Associates (Gold Award) Cedar Lane in Norman, Okla. Contractor: Duit Construction Company Inc. Owner/Engineer: Oklahoma DOT Engineer: Cardinal Engineering Municipal Streets & Intersections (<30,000 SY) (Silver Award) U.S. 285 —Antonito Reconstruction, Antonito, Colo. Contractor: Concrete Works of Colorado Owner: Colorado DOT, Region 5 Engineer: Muller Engineering Company Inc. (Gold Award) Roundabout Projects on County Highway CE and Eisenhower Drive, and Eisenhower Drive & Van Roy Rd., Buchanan (Outagamie County), Wis. Contractor: Vinton Construction Company Owner: Outagamie County, town of Buchanan Engineers: OMNNI Associates | Gremmer & Associates County Roads (Silver Award) 7th Road (Veterans Pkwy)/U.S. 31 Interchange, Marshall County, Ind. Contractor: Primco Inc. Owner: Indiana DOT, LaPorte District Engineer: CHA Consulting Inc. (Gold Award) Weld County (Colo.) Parkway — U.S. 34 to WCR 60 ½ Contractor: Interstate Highway Construction Inc. Owner: Weld County, Department of Public Works Engineer: Atkins North America State Roads (Silver Award) U.S. 36 Reconstruction, Republic County, Kan. Contractor: Smoky Hill LLC Owner/Engineer: Kansas DOT (Gold Award) State Highway 3, Asher, Okla. Contractor: Duit Construction Company Inc. Owner/Engineer: Oklahoma DOT Overlays, Streets and Roads (Silver Award) St. Charles Convention Center Parking Lot, St. Charles, Mo. Contractor: Veejay Cement Owner: city of St. Charles, Mo. | St. Charles Convention Center Engineer: Bax Engineering Company (Gold Award) Iowa D59 Wall Lake, Sac County, Iowa Contractor: Cedar Valley Corporation LLC Owner/Engineer: Sac County, Iowa Overlays, Highways (Silver Award) Interstate 72 Overlay, Sangamon County, Ill. Contractor: Illinois Valley Paving Company, a Div. of UCM Owner/Engineer: Illinois DOT Engineer: Illinois DOT, District 6 (Gold Award) PennDOT SR 50 Millers Run, South
Fayette Township, Pa. Contractor: Golden Triangle Construction Owner: Pennsylvania DOT (PennDOT) Engineer: Mackin Engineering Company Divided Highways (Rural) (Silver Award) Interstate-69, Section 4, Greene and Monroe Counties, Ind. Contractor: E&B Paving Owner/Engineer: Indiana DOT Engineers: Beam, Longest & Neff | AECOM (Gold Award) Iowa I-280, Scott County, Iowa Contractor: Cedar Valley Corp. LLC Owner: Iowa DOT Engineer: Mark F. Brandl, Iowa DOT Urban Arterials and Collectors (Silver Award) Midland Drive (SR-108), Roy and West Haven, Utah Contractor: Ralph L. Wadsworth Construction LLC Owner: Utah DOT, Region One Engineer: Horrocks Engineers (Gold Award) Ryan Road (State Trunk Highway 100), Oak Creek, Wisc. Contractor: Zignego Company Inc. Owner: Wisconsin DOT Engineer: CH2M Hill Divided Highways (Urban) (Silver Award) Iowa Highway 30, Linn County, Iowa Contractor: Cedar Valley Corp. Owner: Iowa DOT Engineer: John Vu — Iowa DOT (Gold Award) U.S. 36 Express Lanes from Federal Boulevard to Table Mesa Drive in Boulder, Adams, Weld, and Broomfield Counties, Colo. Contractor: Castle Rock Construction Company Owner: Colorado DOT, Region 1 Engineers: HDR, Inc. | Cesare Inc. About the Excellence Awards The ACPA Excellence in Concrete Pavements awards are made possible, in large measure, because of the generous time commitment of independent judges from across the country. The judges each spend many hours reviewing executive summaries, project details, photographs, and other details and aspects of project submittals. ACPA presents awards in both gold and silver levels. Judging is based on a point system, with independent judges awarding points for quality construction, addressing unique and unusual challenges, innovation, traffic management, and other criteria. In the case of ties, award judges present awards to co-winners. About the American Concrete Pavement Association The American Concrete Pavement Association is the national trade association of the concrete pavement industry. The primary mission of the ACPA is to lead the promotion of concrete paving, and align its members, chapters/state paving association affiliates and partners for effective and valued concrete pavement promotion, advocacy and technical support on behalf of the concrete pavement industry. For more information, call 202/638-2272 or visit www.acpa.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Hamm GRW-5 Pneumatic Roller, 1994, Deutz Diesel, ROPS Canopy, (9) Ea. 7.50-15C1 Tires . . . . . $15,500 IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $52,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $74,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean $69,500 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . . . $49,500 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $62,500 Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $68,000 Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $205,000 (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . From $79,500 Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP gas engine . . . . .$2,500 Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever & remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000 to $10,000 (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 OFF ROAD HAULERS
Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently off work), work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $127,500 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $145,000 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 hitch rebuilt $115,000 Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . $115,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . . . . . . $147,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on jobsites . . . . $87,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $89,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $122,500
Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor, 1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,500 very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $159,000 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" TRUCKS & TRAILERS hydraulic broom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . . CALL angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 AIR COMPRESSORS LANDSCAPING
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(2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a-blade, SPECIALS winches, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $175,000 Ea. Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade . . $85,000 (12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a tow(2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . . . type, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . . From $5,200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $39,000 Ea. BACKHOES CRANES Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, dual fuel, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $24,500 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$21,500 Ford 455C Loader Backhoe, 1990, 36” Rear Bucket, Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom 8532 HMR, Overall in Decent Condition . . . . . $10,500 anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . $49,500 DRILLS MOTOR SCRAPERS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$150,000 ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $49,500 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good MISCELLANEOUS condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CALL (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000 Ea. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CALL Rivinius R600B, 1995, 10’ Wide, Mount on Dozer Blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25,500 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . . $29,000 Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on rubber, operational . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,500/OFFER Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $39,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $43,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$57,000 (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CALL Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, work ready . .CALL
BUCKETS PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,500 Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple Buckets in Stock -Call For Your Needs FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000 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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Looking Back: Building a Seven-Mile Canal in Cape Cod
National Archive photo
Arute Bros. Inc. of Bridgewater, Mass., held the contract for the relocation of the highway on the south side of canal made necessary by the canal widening project. Arute is using a Bucyrus- Erie 43-B shovel with a 1-3⁄4 cu. yd. (1.34 cu m) dipper to load heavy duty Mack AC and Sterling chain drive dump trucks. The photo was taken on May 1, 1935.
National Archive photo
All Depression Era W.P.A. work was designed to employ as many workers as possible and Arute’s job was no exception. The photo taken June 3, 1935 depicts workmen hand raking dense graded stone base on the roadway.
By Edgar A. Browning SPECIAL TO CEG
The Cape Cod Canal is a manmade waterway in Massachusetts linking Cape Cod Bay in the north to Buzzards Bay in the south. The seven mile long canal is part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and crosses the isthmus of Cape Cod. Much of the canal’s length follows two former tidal rivers, Manomet aka Monument River to the south and Scusset River to the north which were
National Archive photo
A P&H trench digger is shown working on June 3, 1935 excavating for concrete cross drains along Arute’s highway construction project.
widened to 480 ft. (146 m) and deepened to 32 ft. (9.75 m) at mean low tide. The canal cuts 135 mi. (217 km) off the trip around Cape Cod for its estimated 14,000 annual users. Most of the Canal is located in Bourne, Mass., but its north easternmost terminus is located in the town of Sandwich. On June 22, 1909 construction began for a working canal under the direction of August Belmont Jr.’s Boston, Cape Cod & New York Canal Company. In 1928 the United States government purchased the canal for the sum
of $11,400,000 to use as a free public waterway. The high level Bourne and Sagamore Bridges and the vertical lift railroad bridge were built between 1933 and 1935 at a cost of $4.6 million. The canal was widened and deepened under the auspices of the United States Army Corps of Engineers between 1935 and 1940 at a cost of $21,000.000. The Works Progress Administration provided the funding.
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BALTIMORE (AP) The U.S. Department of Transportation has expanded its investigation of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to cancel a railway line, saying the probe will now include all of the state transportation agency’s programs to determine whether federal law was violated. Since Dec. 2015, DOT has been investigating a complaint alleging that Hogan violated a federal law prohibiting racial discrimination in programs receiving federal funding by canceling the Red Line. The $2.9 billion 14-mi. (22.5 km) train line was proposed to connect predominantly AfricanAmerican neighborhoods in East and West Baltimore. The funds were redirected to highway, road and bridge projects across Maryland. In a letter sent to the governor, the federal agency said it was expanding its review to include all transit programs to ensure compliance with federal law, known as Title VI. The letter, dated Jan. 19, also said that investigators found no evidence that state officials took the law into consideration before canceling the Red Line, or that they considered the impact such a decision could have on Baltimore’s African-American communities. Additionally, investigators found that the decision was made by the Office of the Governor without any input from the state’s transportation agency. Douglass Mayer, a spokesman for Hogan, said that the assertion that the governor did not confer with state transit officials before canceling the Red Line is “100 percent false.” Mayer also questioned whether the federal investigation would continue under the new administration. “I’m not going to comment on a review launched by the previous administration on the last legal day in office based on actions the state took nearly two years prior,” he said. “However, if this review actually does go forward it will undoubtedly find what a lot of people already know, and that’s that the Red Line didn’t make fiscal sense for the state.” Mayer said Baltimore receives more funding for transportation than the state. An email to the U.S. Department of Transportation requesting comment was not returned. Independent of the project’s financial feasibility, the review is focused on whether the governor violated or failed to take into
account a statute barring racial discrimination in canceling the rail line, according to the letter. Hogan announced that he would not build the Red Line in June of 2015, calling the project a wasteful boondoggle that “is not the best way to bring jobs and opportunity to the city.” After the governor scrapped the project, roughly $1.35 billion in state funding that had been earmarked for it was reallocated to road, highway and bridge projects across the state. In place of the Red Line, Hogan announced BaltimoreLink, an enhanced bus system designed to bolster transit options by providing expanded service. At the same time, Hogan approved plans for the Purple Line, a $3.3 billion train line that would serve the suburbs of Washington. The Department of Transportation investigation was prompted by a complaint filed in Dec. 2015 by the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. The NAACP called Hogan’s decision “the latest chapter in a long history of racially discriminatory decisions regarding the allocation of transportation and housing resources in the state.” Residents in West Baltimore, the complaint said, are predominantly AfricanAmerican; in some neighborhoods, the majority of households does not have a car and relies entirely on public transit. The line would have been an important link to neighborhoods that host thousands of vacant buildings and where employment opportunities are scarce to job centers elsewhere in the city. Yvette Rivera, associated director of the Department of Transportation’s Office of Civil Rights, wrote in the letter that the state agency has “administered their programs and services in a manner that calls into question whether [the governor’s office] violated DOT’s regulations governing the planning process.” “As a general rule, a pattern of cancelling projects or a pattern by a state of underserving communities in the provision of transportation services, in a way that disproportionately affects minority communities, may be a…Title VI violation,” she wrote. If investigators find that the state has violated federal law, federal officials could require the state to develop a compliance action plan to correct the violation. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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J.F. Kiely Construction Co. Celebrates Safety Record J.F. Kiely Construction Co., a utility construction company headquartered in Long Branch, N.J., spends thousands of man hours annually to educate its team members on the importance of working safely and for a third consecutive year reports a record low Experience Modification Rating (EMR) of 0.394 from the New Jersey Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau for its efforts. “Lowering our EMR is a direct result of many hard working and dedicated team members,” said John M. Kiely, president of J.F. Kiely Construction Co. “Cultivating an environment of behavioral based safety that ensures the health and welfare of our team members and stakeholders remains a top priority,” Kiely continued. About the Experience Modification Rating The experience modification rating (emod) is a term used in the American insur-
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ulated four-wheel drive, fully hydrostatic, low profile design makes storm clean up a breeze. The same machine is also well designed for mowing parks and cemeteries as well as many other jobs with a switch out to one of Holders many attachments. “Tracey Road Equipment and Holder Tractor are perfectly suited for each other,” he added. “Holder has a long history of designing and perfecting its machine, and the staff at Tracey Road Holder Tractors and its full line of attachments are now available at Tracey Road Equipment has built much of Equipment. its reputation on helping municipalities and contractors move snow. We certainly distributes a line of articulated tractors and carries a full line have a great lineup of trucks, sanders, blowers and plows for of attachments designed to meet customers’ needs yearhighway snow removal. The addition of the Holder compact round. Holder can be found in more than 50 countries. For more information, visit www.traceyroad.com or tractor rounds out our product offering with a machine idewww.holdertractors.com. ally suited for small parking lot and sidewalk cleanup.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Holder Tractors Inc. is a division of Max-Holder GmbH of Germany. Established in 1888, Holder manufactures and Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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2006 John Deere 544J: 9,291 hours, 3 yard machine, cab w/ a/c, auxiliary hydraulics, good rubber, 6 cyl John Deere turbo, 29k lb size class, stk#LO612............ $57,500
2011 Komatsu WA320-6: 11,668 hours, 2.6 yard, cab w/ a/c, auxiliary hydraulics, 6 cyl Komatsu turbo, 32k lb size class, stk#LO047.................................................. $56,500
2010 Kawasaki 70Z V-2: 5,802 hours, 3.25 yard, cab w/ a/c, hyd coupler w/ 3rd valve, 6 cyl Cummins turbo, foam filled tires, 32k lb size class, stk#LO399...... $77,500
2012 Kobelco SK350 Acera Mark 9: 2,497 hours, 48" bucket, aux hyd, hyd coupler, a/c, very good u/c, 6 cyl Hino turbo, 80k lb size class, stk#XC698.......... $139,000
2007 Kobelco SK350 LC-8 Acera: 7,867 hours, 32" bucket, auxiliary hydraulics, very good u/c, a/c, 6 cyl Hino turbo, 80k lb size class, stk#XC776........................ $53,500
2016 Case CX80C: 9 hours, new machine, 36" bucket, 7'8" blade, 2 speed, aux hyd, a/c, swing boom, 4 cyl Isuzu turbo, 19k lb size class, stk#XC640........................ $78,500
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2011 John Deere 225D LC: 4,768 hours, 42" bucket, aux hyd, hyd coupler, very good u/c, a/c, reduced tail swing, 4 cyl Isuzu turbo, 54k lb size class, stk#XC612.......... ........................................................................................ $84,500
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2004 John Deere 120C: 6,954 hours, 5 ft cleanup bucket & 30" digging bucket, aux hyd, wrist & coupler, 2 speed, good u/c, 4 cyl John Deere turbo, 29k lb size class, stk#XC646....................................................................$41,500
2013 Case CX31B ZTS: 1,187 hours, 12" bucket, cab, aux hyd, 3 cyl Yanmar, 61" blade, manual coupler, swing boom, reduced tail swing, 8k lb size class, stk#MX878........ .......................................................................................... $32,500
2011 Caterpillar 304D CR: 1,597 hours, 22" bucket, cab w/ a/c, hyd thumb, 77" blade, 3 cyl Mitsu turbo, swing boom, 9k lb size class, stk#MX629..........................$37,500
2012 Kubota SVL75: 1,647 hours, 2300 lb lift, cab w/ a/c, aux hyd, joystick controls, very good rubber, hyd coupler, 72" bucket, 4 cyl Kubota turbo, 9k lb size class, stk#SK902...................................................................... $39,500
2012 Takeuchi TS70R: 2,182 hours, 2000 lb lift, cab w/ a/c, aux hyd, hyd coupler, 2 speed, 4 cyl Perkins turbo, 7.5k lb size class, stk#SK190...................................... $27,500
2011 Caterpillar 420E: 6,791 hours, 4x4, x-hoe, cab w/ a/c, turbo, p-shift, pilot controls, very good rubber, 24" rear bucket, stk#BH026............................................ $47,500
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the bridge. “It’s not a little crack,” said Tom Feeney, spokesman of the New Jersey Turnpike Authority. “It’s a clean break. The steel member is displaced. It doesn’t match up any more. It doesn’t connect. It was a dangerous enough situation the bridge was closed immediately.” Workers have since stabilized the beam by splicing it to prevent further movement. They are now in the process of trying to understand what caused the fracture. “The engineering teams for the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Turnpikes have been really engaged in an assessment of the bridge and what happened,” DeFebo said. “Basically, the assessment includes a couple of things. There is an ongoing survey that involves human eye and HD video. There will be monitoring occurring that will include the actual device that can detect the load and stress of the steel. We also have taken samples of the steel from the beam in question and sent to two different labs for analysis.” Joe Martin, professor of engineering at Drexel University, believes he has an idea of what went wrong. “I’ve seen the pictures,” Martin said. “The bridge is 60 years old and it was riveted together. It’s just funny the way they designed it. You don’t load trusses at midpoint. When you take a truss, you load trusses only where all the pieces come together, but in this one they have a vertical load. It’s not acting as truss; it’s acting as a beam. Then they flipped the I-beam over so the flanges are vertical.” Martin said he’s also heard the opinion of Karl Frank, a professor emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania Turnpike photo Texas in Austin. This photo show the splice plate installed to stabilize “Dr. Frank saw two of the irregularities on the the fractured I-beam. The arrows indicate the gap fracture that turned out to be old holes filled in where the fracture occurred.
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The complete fracture occurred on a 14-in. (35.6 cm) truss member beneath the deck, or driving surface, of the Delaware River Turnpike Bridge. The affected truss member is located just below the westbound right lane of I-276 on the west shore.
with weld metal,” Martin said. “What that does is presents a discontinuity. It’s a different stiffness than the steel around it. It failed at those two holes. Sometime along the line someone bolted on some huge gusset plates on this truss. This was an over designed bridge with plenty of redundancy. But there was a discontinuity in strength. At some point the fixity of the joint was reduced. It’s a fracture and that is a bridge engineer’s nightmare. Steel is supposed to twist and yield — like a coat hanger.” When the fracture occurred, the load it was carrying was picked up by other beams, which is what the bridge components are designed to do. But that also caused a slight lowering of the span, DeFebo said. The bridge will have to be jacked back into place. “There are steel platforms that will basically be used that are 80 feet tall,” DeFebo said. “It took a week to drill micropiles — the footers for the platforms. These columns do have to absorb a lot of weight. [Crews] are beginning to develop the structures themselves.” Martin believes the fracture occurred over a short period of time. Had see BRIDGE page 94
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Kobelco Commits to North American Manufacturing Kobelco Construction Machinery USA furthers its USA’s dedication to the North Kobelco production team. American market with the expansion of its U.S. manufacturing team. The Kobelco production facility in Spartanburg, S.C. made several new hires in all operational areas including fabrication, paint, assembly and warehouse. “This phase of hiring represents a 43 percent increase in the size of our U.S. production workforce,” said Pete Morita, vice president — excavator division of Kobelco USA. “We plan to aggressively increase overall production and expanding our team of experts is the first step.” Current mass production at the Kobelco North American facility includes the SK210LC-10 and SK350LC-10 excava- SK300LC-10 and SK500LC-10 — as well tor models. Kobelco will increase the facili- as 60-ft. (18.3 m) booms and arms. The new employees join Kobelco USA ty’s manufacturing capacity in 2017 with the addition of two new models — the with a combined 120 years of experience in
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Equipment East Opens New Facility in Dracut, Mass.
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Gov. Wolf Announces 51 PennDOT Projects Worth $33M Gov. Tom Wolf and PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards announced fifty-one projects to improve transportation alternatives are in line for $33 million in federal funds. “These projects are important initiatives that enhance communities across Pennsylvania to create stronger economies and better infrastructure,” Wolf said. “Making these improvements will enhance pedestrian and bicycle facilities, improve access to public transportation, create safe routes to school, preserve historic transportation structures, provide environmental mitigation, create trails that serve a transportation purpose, and promote safety and mobility.” A full list of projects is below. Some examples include: • Sidewalk improvements in Somerset Borough’s historic “Uptown District”; • Creation of a pedestrian and bicycle trail under Route 263 in Warwick Township, Bucks County; • Improvements for pedestrians and transit riders along Beaver Drive in DuBois, Clearfield County; • Pedestrian improvements at Keystone College in Lackawanna County and Wilkes University in Luzerne County; and • Enhancements to the city of Chester’s Central Business District in Delaware County “Supporting transportation alternatives in our communities is vital to a transportation system that works for all Pennsylvanians,” Richards said. “These investments complement our state multimodal funding to ensure we’re making connections that improve citizens’ quality of life no matter how they travel.” Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century, the 2012 federal transportation authorization act known as MAP-21, introduced fundamental changes to the administration of local programs, including those that had existed as separate programs in SAFETEA-LU, the previous authorization act. Transportation Enhancements, Safe Routes to School, Scenic Byways and the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) are now consolidated into the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) PennDOT evaluated the applications and made selections based on such criteria as safety benefits, reasonableness of cost, readiness for implementation, statewide or regional significance, integration of land use and transportation decision making, collaboration with stakeholders, and leverage of other projects or funding. Allegheny County • Mount Oliver Borough — $745,714 for a streetscape project along Brownsville Road in Mt. Oliver that includes numerous improvements to the Business District, including new sidewalks, ADA curb ramps, sharrows, and a consistent streetscape design. • Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh — $498,793 for lighting, sidewalk repair and traffic calming to encourage
alternative modes and pedestrian safety in Homewood, a priority redevelopment area, which includes a neighborhood school, business district, and regional rapid transit. • Swissvale Borough — $353,250 for pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements including crosswalks, ADA-compliant curb cuts, pedestrian signal upgrades and bicycle safe storm sewer grates along South Braddock Avenue between McClure Avenue and Woodstock Avenue. Berks County • Birdsboro Borough — $216,200 to replace sidewalks and construct ADA-compliant ramps at Birdsboro Elementary Center. • Reading — $910,099 to create a trail segment for the Schuylkill River Trail through Reading from Reading Area Community College to Buttonwood Street, providing a safe, easily accessible, clearly marked and signed trail in the city of Reading. Blair County • Altoona — $460,000 for repair of deteriorated steps and decking on the 12th Street Pedestrian Bridge. Bucks County • Warwick Township — $500,000 to create a pedestrian/bicycle trail under Route 263 to allow visitors access to recreational and cultural amenities near Moland Park. • New Britain Township — $375,000 for construction of the Neshaminy Greenway Trail (NGT) from Lenape Lane to Upper State Road. The trail will be an ADA compliant shared use path, and will complete a missing link in the NGT, providing a connection to the 202 Parkway Trail. Butler County • Slippery Rock Township — $138,000 to widen a paved shoulder and create a striped buffer with reflective markers separating the designated walking path from the cart way along Harmony Road. • Zelienople Borough — $465,000 for comprehensive updates to the west side of Main Street between Beaver Street and Spring Street. Improvements will include new concrete sidewalks, curb/gutter, ADA ramps, and lighting. Cambria County • Adams Township — $145,735 to create a safe route through the Creslo neighborhood to an existing Forest Hills School Campus. Centre County • Patton Township — $1 million to construct a 10-ft. (3 m) -wide shared use path to link existing shared use paths, parks and residential neighborhoods. Chester County • Kennett Township — $700,000 for construction of the McFarland Sidewalk component of the township’s Red Clay
Greenway Trail initiative. • Downingtown Borough — $916,600 to install a 10-ft.-wide multi-use trail along Woodbine Road and a 6-foot-wide sidewalk along a portion of Lincoln Highway. Clearfield County • DuBois — $700,000 to extend the walkway and provide bus pull off areas along Beaver Drive in the Industrial Park. Crawford County • Crawford County — $475,000 for comprehensive updates to Water Street between Second Street and Third Street, including crosswalks, sidewalks, lighting and ADA-compliant curb cuts and ramps. • Meadville — $219,940 for repair of the footbridge crossing Mill Run, which is a popular route for school children and on the proposed Ernst Trail, closed in 2014 due to structural deficiencies and safety concerns. Dauphin County • Harrisburg — $1 million to replace 11,000 linear ft. (3,353 m) of damaged slab and steps along the Riverwalk in Riverfront Park. Delaware County • Chester — $913,488 for the Avenue of the States streetscape project, which includes sidewalk and streetscape improvements in Chester’s Central Business District. • Radnor Township — $1 million for construction of the Radnor TAP Trail, which will provide a 5-mi. (8 km) north/south circuit route through nearly all of the township to create a nearly continuous 7.6-mi. (12.23 km) on-road and off-road bicycle route. Erie County • Erie — $175,745 for concrete sidewalk and curb removal and reconstruction with associated streetscaping (landscaping and trees) along West 18th Street between Poplar and Liberty Streets. Fayette County • Redevelopment Authority of the city of Uniontown — $999,350 to replace sidewalks, add crosswalks, and create ADAaccessible ramps to improve safety and enhance the Historic District for both residents and visitors in the downtown. Franklin County • Green Township — $498,420 to construct continuous concrete curb and sidewalk on the east side of Route 1006 (Scotland Main Street) and place a continuous concrete curb along the west side of Scotland Main Street. Lackawanna County • Keystone College — $732,146 to develop two critical safe access pedestrian/bike trail connectors that fill gaps in a community trail system in Laplume Township. Improvements include two ADA-compliant trailheads with bike parking, crosswalks and a small bike share program.
Lancaster County • Elizabethtown Borough — $400,000 to expand the existing pathway network at Elizabethtown Area School District and Elizabethtown College. Additionally, safety enhancements along the existing pedestrian and bicycle pathway network will include lighted crosswalks and pedestrian lighting. • Lancaster — $962,378 to install a pedestrian bridge over the Conestoga River, reconfigure fencing on the existing bridge to accommodate bicyclists, and construct ADA accessible trail approaches to provide a connection between two open space areas. • West Earl Township — $999,810 to replace curbs, install sidewalk and construct ADA curb ramps on East Main Street. Additionally, a flashing pedestrian signal will be constructed at an existing crosswalk at the intersection of West Main Street and Charles Place. Lebanon County • Lebanon County — $575,000 to construct the Lebanon Valley Rails-to-Trails (LVRT) bridge over Swatara Creek and a small section of LVRT in Union and Swatara townships. Lehigh County • Macungie Borough — $542,288 for traffic calming and safety improvements to Macungie’s downtown gateway — encompassing one block of pedestrian lighting, trees and pavers (both sides) and one median island centered on Route 100. • South Whitehall Township — $257,634 to continue the Jordan Creek Greenway — Section 50. • Coopersburg Borough — $938,856 for traffic and pedestrian improvements to Station Avenue from Main Street to the Saucon Rail Trail, including crosswalks, curbs, sidewalk, accessibility improvements and pedestrian lighting. Additionally a Saucon Rail Trail extension will be constructed from Landis Street to Station Avenue. • Allentown — $297,274 for pedestrian safety improvements at a high-volume intersection adjacent to the Allentown School District’s new public high school and adjacent to the “Connecting our Community” MLK Parkway Trail, which connects the downtown to the city’s western park resources. Luzerne County • Wilkes University — $1 million for pedestrian and streetscape improvements on South Franklin Street and South Main Street in the city of Wilkes-Barre. Lycoming County • Williamsport — $798,500 for phase four of the Williamsport Pathway to Health Project – a multi-phased streetscape and safety improvement project in the city of Williamsport. • Loyalsock Township — $765,000 to see PROJECTS page 126
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Sandy-Damaged Rail Bridge Replacement Moving Ahead By David Porter ASSOCIATED PRESS
PERTH AMBOY, N.J. (AP) The lasting effects of Superstorm Sandy continue to wash across New Jersey, evident on a century-old railroad bridge that nearly became a casualty of the ferocious October 2012 onslaught. The storm surge from the Atlantic Ocean up into the Raritan Bay pushed a barge into the bridge, dislodging the deck and moving several steel girders that weigh several tons apiece. In what may qualify as a small bit of irony, it may have been the best thing to happen to the Raritan River Drawbridge. With about $450 million in funding already secured from the Federal Transit Administration, NJ Transit is pushing ahead with a project to replace the 109-year-old span. It could wind up taking less time to complete than a higher-profile project to replace its northern counterpart, the muchmaligned Portal Bridge over the Hackensack River, which wasn’t affected by Sandy. “In a strange way, Sandy helped us,’’ said Jeff Tittel, director of the Sierra Club in New Jersey. The Portal Bridge, a regular source of delays on the heavily traveled Northeast Corridor rail line between Washington and Boston, is included in the Gateway project that also includes the building of new rail tunnels under the Hudson River and expanding New York’s Penn Station. Environmental and engineering work has taken about eight years to complete, New Jersey Transit Executive Steven Santoro said. The Portal Bridge needs about $1 billion for construction that would take an estimated additional four to five years. That the Raritan bridge remained standing after Sandy was something of a marvel. Its deck moved about 18 in. from the storm surge and the blow from the barge.
“If it had moved 24 inches, it might have gone down and we’d be standing here wondering how people are going to get to work,’’ Santoro said. That question was answered during the three weeks crews spent repairing the bridge. Buses were jammed and commutes lengthened by hours in some cases as the roughly 10,000 people who take trains from shore areas to Newark or New York sought other modes of transportation. Santoro said environmental studies on the bridge project should be completed within a few months, and NJ Transit’s board is then expected to vote on a final design. Construction is tentatively set to begin in 2019 and take roughly four years. Unlike the existing bridge — and the Portal Bridge — the new Raritan Bridge will lift up its center section to allow boats to pass under, rather than swing open. That will make the opening higher and wider, and could require fewer openings for smaller recreational boats. Currently the bridge is opened between 10 and 15 times per day during the summer and four or five times per day in the offseason, according to R.J. Palladino, a senior program manager of NJ Transit. More important, the bridge will be designed to withstand a Sandy-like storm should another one visit New Jersey, something scientists say is likely. “This is more vulnerable to another storm, and so we felt it was prudent to put in an application to get funding to make this bridge more resilient,’’ Santoro said. “People depend on it to get to their jobs, and it’s certainly a critical bridge for tourism in the summer, which is related to the economics of New Jersey. So when you look at the big picture, you can see why the federal government allowed this project to be funded.’’ (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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U.S. Army Places $142M New Year Order for JCB Machines JCB has started 2017 by winning one of the biggest single orders in its 71-year history — a $142-million deal to supply the United States Army with a massive fleet of machines. The company announced that the U.S Army is to take delivery of more than 1,600 light-capability rough terrain forklifts for deployment on tasks around the world including loading and unloading aircraft and shipping containers. The new 527-58M forklift is engineered from JCB’s range of commercial Loadall telescopic handlers — a machine which this year celebrates 40 years in production and which is the biggest-selling product of its kind in the world. JCB CEO Graeme Macdonald said: “This order is fantastic news for JCB and a great way to start the New Year. It is the second-highestvalue order in the company’s history, and I congratulate everyone who has worked to secure this valuable contract in the same year that we mark 40 years of telescopic handler production.” The largest single deal in JCB’s history also came from the U.S. Employees at JCB’s North American HQ celebrate news of the $142million U.S. Army order.
At 80 in. (203 cm) wide and 78 in. (198 cm) high, the military spec 527-58M is optimized to work in confined spaces.
Army in 2005 when a $206-million order was placed to produce hundreds of high-speed military versions of JCB’s famous backhoe loader. That machine, the high mobility engineer excavator (HMEE), is capable of speeds of up to 60 mph and went on to be sold to allied forces around the world, including the UK, Sweden, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. Like the HMEE, the new 52758M light-capability rough-terrain forklifts will be produced at JCB’s North American Headquarters in Savannah, Ga. They will be powered by the 84 hp (63 kW) JCB DieselMax engine produced at JCB Power Systems in Derbyshire, UK. At 80 in. (203 cm) wide and 78 in. (198 cm) high, the military spec 527-58M is optimized to work in confined spaces. With a travel speed of 20 mph (33 kmh), the machine has a maximum lift capacity of more than 5,000 lbs. (2,268 kg) and a lift height of 19 ft.
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Commodity Prices Continue to Gain: Ferrous Metals Drive Higher Index Ben Orhan SENIOR ECONOMIST, IHS GLOBAL INSIGHT PRICING & PURCHASING
The IHS Materials Price Index (MPI) rose for a sixth consecutive week, increasing 1.4 percent to hit a fresh 18-month high. Ferrous metals once again drove the index higher, gaining 3.3 percent. However, it was rubber that provided the largest boost by jumping 10.6 percent, capping off two months of continuous gains. Rubber’s exceptional increase was on the back of buoyant Chinese car sales data, which lifted expectations for tire demand, albeit with the slight reversal of a 2016 car sales tax cut likely to weigh on demand from 2017. As has become customary in recent weeks, both oil and ferrous also gained, with oil enjoying a strong run following widespread production cut announcements.
There also was some positive macroeconomic announcements boosting commodity prices, although there also were several weaker indicators. On the positive side, Chinese industrial production for November increased 0.5 percent on the prior month, maintaining an annual growth rate of just above 6 percent. On the negative side, U.S. manufacturing for November slipped 0.1 percent, as declines in autos pulled the measure lower. The big news, however, was in U.S. interest rates, which rose as expected. The Federal Reserve also articulated a potentially faster path for normalizing interest rates. (IHS Global Insight assumes three increases in 2017.) As noted over the last few weeks, commodity prices are beginning to look rich given U.S. dollar strength, a position that looks even more exposed should the Fed become more aggressive in lifting interest rates in 2017. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
AGC Reports Construction Spending Reaches 10-Year High in November Construction spending hit a 10-year high in November with monthly and year-over-year gains in both public and private categories, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials said the November data indicates that the 2017 outlook for construction is favorable even as they cautioned that demand will vary for different types of construction projects. “These numbers confirm what contractors have been reporting — that there was no let-up in demand last year,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “Most contractors expect to remain busy in 2017, as well, although there will be a shift in the types of projects that are most active. Office construction is especially hot, while manufacturing and apartment construction are slowing sharply, and public investment is a major question mark.” Construction spending in November totaled $1.182 trillion at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, the highest total since April 2006, Simonson said. He added that the November rate was up 0.9 percent from the month before and up 4.1 percent from the November 2015 level. Private residential construction spending increased by 1.0 percent between October and November and rose 3.0 percent over the past 12
months. Spending on multifamily residential construction slipped 2.7 percent for the month but was 11 percent higher than in November 2015, while single-family spending climbed 1.8 percent for the month but dipped 0.9 percent from a year earlier. Private nonresidential construction spending grew by 0.9 percent for the month and 6.4 percent year-over-year. The largest private nonresidential segment in November was power construction (including oil and gas pipelines), which gained 0.5 percent for the month and 1.5 percent over 12 months. The next-largest segment, commercial (retail, warehouse and farm) construction, rose 0.3 percent in November and 12 percent year-overyear. Manufacturing construction decreased 1.1 percent for the month and is down 8.0 percent from a year before. Private office construction spending reached an all-time high, rising 1.9 percent for the month and 31 percent compared with November 2015. Public construction spending moved up 0.8 percent from October to November and 2.6 percent from the November 2015 rate. However, public totals have been volatile for the past two years, Simonson observed. He cautioned that federal funds for infrastructure remain a weak point and that a number of states are facing new fiscal
challenges that may jeopardize investment in infrastructure and public universities. Association officials said the November spending data offers some early insight into the outlook for construction in 2017. They added that the association will release its annual Construction Hiring and Business Outlook on January 10 which is based on survey results from construction firms across the country. That outlook offers insights into whether firms plan to hire new employees, which market segments they expect to grow in the coming year and the significant challenges firms expect to face in the coming months. “Now that construction spending levels are approaching prior peak levels, we want to know whether the industry will continue to expand this year,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “One factor driving the outlook for 2017 will be whether the new President and Congress can find a way to make needed infrastructure investments, cut regulatory burdens and provide relief for rising health care costs.” 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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Westchester Tractor, Inc. Westchester Tractor 60 International Blvd. • Brewster, NY 10509 845/278-7766 Fax: 845/278-4431 www.wtractor.com
E.W. Sleeper Company, Inc. 391 Loudon Road • Concord, NH 03302 603/225-3361 800/358-6007 www.ewsleeper.com
Contractors Sales Co. Inc. 121 Karner Road • Albany, NY 12212-2010 888-468-5479 Fax: 518-456-8600 www.contractorssales.com
ATS Equipment, Inc. 33 Locust Street • Boston, MA 02125 617-825-3600 487 Washington Street, Route 20 • Auburn, MA 01501 508-832-8500 51 Fall River Avenue • Rehoboth, MA 02769 508-379-6200 133 Raymond Road • Candia, NH 03034 603-483-2100 www.atsequipment.com
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All Island Equipment 39 Jersey St. West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 Fax: 631/643-4060 www.allislandequipment.com
Baschmann Services Inc. 1101 Maple Road • Elma, NY 14509 888-655-1101 Fax: 716-655-0374 www.baschmann.com
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Elliott & Frantz, Inc. 450 E. Church Rd. King of Prussia, PA 19406 610/279-5200 Jessup, MD 410/792-9134 Washington, D.C. 301/725-7394 Hagerstown, MD 301/733-8100 Harrisburg, PA 717/652-5430 Delmar, DE 302/846-3033 www.elliottfrantz.com
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CNH Receives AEM Industry Award The Association of Equipment present with five of its brands: Case Equipment brand. Manufacturers (AEM) honored CNH IH, Case Construction Equipment, “We believe in taking action in purIndustrial with its “Pillar of the New Holland Agriculture, New suing and shaping manufacturing poliIndustry” award on Nov. 17, 2016, rec- Holland Construction and FPT cy that fosters growth, innovation and ognizing the company’s work to Industrial. The company has been global competitiveness,” said Brad improve the business environment for active in government and public affairs Crews, chief operating officer, CNH the equipment manufacturing industry issues that support manufacturers in Industrial — NAFTA region. “AEM’s in the United States of America in the United States, both with full-time efforts here benefit each of our facili2016. staff dedicated to local and federal ties and employees throughout the This is the fifth consecutive year that issues, and through grassroots efforts U.S., and we look forward to continuCNH Industrial has been recognized such as the Dire States platform organ- ing to work with AEM to strengthen for its efforts to advocate for pro-man- ized by its Case Construction and expand the foundation of ufacturing solutions to electAmerican manufacturing.” ed leaders and voters, and for “AEM is proud to recogits participation in AEM’s “I nize CNH Industrial for its Make America” grassroots efforts this year to champion program. CNH Industrial equipment manufacturing also was presented with the issues during a contentious special “Legacy Award”, election season,” said AEM which honors five consecuPresident Dennis Slater. tive years of achieving “The Pillar of the Industry “Gold Status” in the “I Make Award is a fitting way to America” program. honor CNH Industrial for CNH Industrial operates serving as a foundation of 11 manufacturing facilities our industry.” (This story also can be and 13 research and devel- This is the fifth consecutive year that CNH Industrial opment centers throughout has been recognized for its efforts to advocate for pro- found on Construction the United States that manufacturing solutions to elected leaders and voters, Equipment Guide’s website at employ more than 11,000 and for its participation in AEM’s “I Make America” www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) people. The company is grassroots program.
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The new 527-58M light-capability rough-terrain forklifts for the U.S. Army will be produced at JCB’s North American Headquarters in Savannah, Ga. ARMY from page 50
the most gruelling military conditions. “The 527-58M is designed to minimize military operational costs with a two-year service warranty and extended service intervals with parts available from distribution centers in JCB’s worldwide network, making it faster
and more efficient for the U.S. Army to maintain and service the new forklifts.” With nearly one of every three telescopic handlers sold globally being produced by JCB, the U.S. Army will benefit from a leading commercial design and associated cost and operational efficiencies. Just as the JCBbuilt and supplied HMEE revolution-
ized how the military tackled engineering tasks, the new JCB light-capability rough terrain forklift is designed to improve military logistics capabilities. For more information, visit www.jcb.com.
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Kenworth T680 Advantage Features Optimized Powertrain Kenworth’s new, fuel-efficient T680 52-in. mid-roof sleeper Advantage Package, for regional haul and less-than truckload operations, is now available for order. The latest Kenworth T680 Advantage configuration features an optimized powertrain with either the PACCAR MX13 or PACCAR MX-11 engine, Eaton Fuller Advantage series 10-speed automated transmission, and the new PACCAR Axle. The 52-in. mid-roof sleeper configuration offers new aerodynamic elements including a front air dam, flared-out fairings, lower sleeper fairing extenders and FlowBelow wheel covers that enhance fuel economy by effectively redirecting airflow around the chassis, sleeper and trailer. Other notable fuel-efficiency features are Kenworth’s predictive cruise control, neutral coast, and driver performance assistant. The T680 Advantage Package provides customers running the 52-in. mid-roof sleeper with up to a 6 percent fuel economy benefit compared to a standard Kenworth T680 52-inch mid-roof sleeper running the previous generation of PACCAR MX-13 engine, Eaton Fuller automated transmission, and standard drive axles, according to the manufacturer. “Regional haul and LTL fleets, as well as other truck oper-
The 52-in. mid-roof sleeper configuration offers new aerodynamic elements including a front air dam, flared-out fairings, lower sleeper fairing extenders and FlowBelow wheel covers that enhance fuel economy by effectively redirecting airflow around the chassis, sleeper and trailer.
ators, can now choose from the Kenworth T680 Advantage’s comprehensive line-up of day cab, 52-inch mid-roof and 76inch sleeper configurations for outstanding aerodynamics and fuel efficiency, resulting in reduced operating costs,”
said Kurt Swihart, Kenworth marketing director. The 52-in. mid-roof sleeper is especially well-suited for regional hauling applications — including tank, bulk, flatbed, heavy haul and lowboy — where drivers may spend just two or three nights on the road during a typical week. The sleeper features a liftable lower bunk and upper storage units on the back wall, with ample space for drivers to hang their clothes and jackets, plus an optional upper bunk for driving teams. For driver retention and recruitment, the T680 Advantage with 52-in. sleeper offers an optional passenger swivel seat that expands the living space into the cab to provide even more comfort for the drivers when parked. The design also provides sufficient head room for a driver or passenger up to 6-ft.-4 to easily stand up between the seats. Drivers appreciate the 7 ft. wide cab, reduced interior noise levels, adjustable advanced suspension seats with climate control, air-assisted hydraulic clutch, ergonomic dash, easy-to-use Driver Performance Center, and LED interior lighting. For more information, visit www.kenworth.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
See the Future of Clean Energy at Green Truck Summit What does “clean energy” mean for work trucks in 2017 and beyond? The answers can be found at the Green Truck Summit 2017, the alternative fuels and advanced technology conference held in conjunction with The Work Truck Show. Fleet managers, truck equipment distributors, upfitters and truck dealers from around the world learn the clean energy developments and decisions shaping the journey toward the goal of zeroemission transportation, and the future of the work truck industry, at this annual conference. Produced by NTEA — The Association for the Work Truck Industry, the Green Truck Summit takes place at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Ind. It kicks off March 14 at 8:30 a.m. with opening remarks and a keynote address; followed by general sessions that run through 5
p.m. Lunch and a networking reception are included. The Work Truck Show 2017 runs March 14 to 17. Educational sessions begin March 14, and the exhibit hall is open March 15 to 17. The Green Truck Summit brings together leading truck manufacturers, governmental and regulatory officials, and fleet management decision-makers to share their experiences, visions and outlook on how the industry can make an immediate impact on greenhouse gas and criteria pollutant reduction. The Work Truck Show and Green Truck Summit offer educational registrants the opportunity to attend concurrent sessions led by these experts over three days, March 14 to 16. “The objective of the Green Truck Summit is to bring together the top people who are leading the thinking and decision-making
about clean energy technologies and fuels, so they can share their thoughts with the industry and generate some real dialog that will help to move things forward,” said Doyle Sumrall, NTEA managing director. The Green Truck Summit 2017 kicks off with a keynote address by Wilfried Achenbach, senior vice president of engineering and technology of Daimler Trucks North America. “Dr. Achenbach is Daimler’s leading authority for technology and truck development, so how he sees the truck industry moving over the next couple of decades is going to be enormously insightful,” said Sumrall. Green Truck Summit general sessions will cover key subjects, including: • Government objectives for zero-emission transportation and
outlook on future policies. • Fuel and technology options paving the path to zero-emission commercial vehicles. • The effects of Phase Two greenhouse gas regulations. • Renewable fuels analysis and vehicle life cycle impacts. • New products and technology applications for fuel use and emissions reductions. Attendees can meet industry suppliers and experience the latest advanced technologies and alternative fuel applications by test-driving or riding in the newest commercial vehicles at the Ride-andDrive March 15 and 16. Participation is free and available on a first-come, first-served basis to all registered Work Truck Show 2017 attendees. No Ride-andDrive registration is necessary. Named one of the top 100 trade
shows in the United States, The Work Truck Show features the newest vocational trucks, vans, vehicle components and equipment from more than 500 exhibitors on an exhibit floor covering more than 500,000 square feet. In addition to participating in the educational program, attendees can get their technical and regulatory questions answered by NTEA staff and see the newest efficiencyboosting products in the Truck Productivity and Fuels Pavilion in The Work Truck Show exhibit hall. Registration for the Green Truck Summit and The Work Truck Show 2017 is available at worktruckshow.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Mack mDRIVE Transmissions Gain Performance, Safety Mack Trucks introduced Mack mDRIVE rolling start and auto neutral, two new features designed to improve the jobsite performance and safety of trucks equipped with Mack’s mDRIVE and mDRIVE HD automated manual transmissions. Both features are standard on all Mack mDRIVE and mDRIVE HD transmissions. “Mack’s mDRIVE transmissions serve a wide range of customers, including those with demanding paving and concrete applications,” said Tim Wrinkle, Mack construction product manager. “Now updated with rolling start and auto neutral, mDRIVE transmissions are even better suited to those tasks.” Mack mDRIVE rolling start allows drivers to shift the transmission into drive without pressing the truck’s service brakes. This eliminates the possibility of creating a bump in the paving surface, which is a critical benefit for paving applications. Several construction applications, including concrete mixers, rely on remote throttle controls. By automatically shifting the mDRIVE into neutral when the parking brake is set, Mack mDRIVE auto neutral helps improve jobsite safety by reducing the possibility of the truck moving due to throt-
Mack Trucks introduced Mack mDRIVE rolling start and auto neutral, two new features designed to improve the jobsite performance and safety of trucks equipped with Mack’s mDRIVE automated manual transmissions. Both features are standard on all Mack mDRIVE transmissions.
tle application. Engineered to work exclusively with Mack’s MP series engines, mDRIVE and mDRIVE HD automated manual transmissions are a key component of the Mack integrated powertrain, boosting efficiency, productivity and performance. “Thanks to the performance, productivity and fuel efficiency benefits mDRIVE transmissions deliver, customers are increasingly choosing them for their applications,” Wrinkle said. “In fact, mDRIVE transmissions are now the most popular choice in a Mack.” In 2016, mDRIVE transmissions were spec’d in a record percentage of Mack models, making mDRIVE the most dominant transmission across Mack’s complete lineup
of heavy-duty trucks for the first time ever, according to the manufacturer. Mack mDRIVE and mDRIVE HD penetration reached record levels in Mack Pinnacle Axle Back and Mack Granite models sold in the United States and Canada, with 80 percent and 20 percent penetration respectively. With the new low-ratio creeper gears and these new features added, Mack is on track to double mDRIVE HD penetration in Granite models in 2017. Originally introduced in 2010 for highway applications, the Mack mDRIVE transmission transformed trucking by eliminating traditional shifting. With no clutch pedal or shift lever to work, drivers can remain focused on the road ahead. mDRIVE transmissions monitor multiple driving variables through sophisticated software to deliver smooth shifts and automatically select the best gear for conditions. Mack made
mDRIVE standard in Pinnacle models in 2014. The mDRIVE’s benefits didn’t go unnoticed by vocational customers, who sought the efficiency and performance improvements in construction applications. In response to their requests, Mack launched the rugged mDRIVE HD in 2015 and made it standard in Granite models. With reinforced internal components, the mDRIVE HD can withstand the tough demands of vocational applications, according to the manufacturer. In 2016, Mack expanded its mDRIVE HD offer with two new versions featuring low-ratio creeper gears. The Mack mDRIVE HD 13-speed offers a low reduction gear ratio designed for easier starting on steep grades or when the truck is under heavy load. The Mack mDRIVE HD 14-speed, available only in an overdrive configuration, adds a second ultra-low-speed reduction gear designed for curb pouring applications or low-speed, heavy-haul maneuvering. Both transmissions offer up to four reverse gear ratios. For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com.
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Work Truck Show 2017…
NTEA Adds Sessions on Recruiting, Retaining Millennial Employees Learn how to attract and retain young employees with new sessions just added to the educational lineup at The Work Truck Show 2017. Millennials, now the majority generation in the U.S. workforce, are stimulating new thinking in diversity, transparency, collaboration, flexible work and positive social atmospheres. The Special Session “What the Industry Needs to Know About Recruiting & Keeping Millennials … From Millennials” will address corporate challenges and opportunities of finding and retaining skilled young talent. The concurrent session “Becoming an Employer of Choice — Three Strategies for Creating Your Competitive Advantage,” will explore why nearly half of all employed millennials plan to change jobs in the coming year and what engagement strategies organizations can use to set themselves apart from other local employers. These sessions are two examples of how NTEA — The Association for the Work Truck Industry is working to help attract and grow the next generation of professionals to the $150 billion work truck industry. The concurrent “Employer of Choice” session is held March 16, from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m. It’s presented by Amy Hirsh Robinson, principal of Interchange Group. The Special Session on “Recruiting & Keeping Millennials” is held March 16, from 1:30 to 2:45 p.m. The Work Truck Show, produced by NTEA, runs March 14 to 17 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. Educational sessions begin March 14, and the exhibit hall is open March 15 to 17. For millennials already working for NTEA members, the association offers Generation Next. For people relatively new to the vocational truck industry, it provides the opportunity to network with peers and ask questions pertaining to their career paths. It’s run by an elected board of governors, and puts on several events and panels during the year to share experiences and challenges. Through Generation Next, an evolution of the Young Executives Network founded in 1996, NTEA continues its long-standing efforts to attract, engage and foster young talent in the industry. At The Work Truck Show 2017, the group is hosting the Generation Next Leadership Workshop and Networking Reception: The Rules of Engagement on March 15, from 3 to 5 p.m. The presenter, chosen by the group, is Josh Schneider, director of the Millennial and Employee Engagement Institute. “Generation Next is a great opportunity to help members engage their new and upcoming people — the future of their companies — by helping them gain a broader perspective of the industry beyond just the function of their job, and get excited about the future of their careers,” said Derek Eng, director of information technology at NTEA, and liaison with Generation Next. “It’s a two-way street. Young people develop connections and resources they can use when encountering new challenges or needing to know more about an unfamiliar subject or discipline. At the same time, our
involvement with this group has given the association greater insights into the needs and perspectives of each incoming generation.” Members of Generation Next will participate in a panel discussion during the Special Session “What the Industry Needs to Know About Recruiting & Keeping Millennials… From Millennials.” They’ll discuss their experiences, attitudes and work expectations, while considering what companies must do to become employers of choice in the new economy. The session will be moderated by Amy Hirsh Robinson, principal at the Interchange Group. Meeting the Work Truck Industry Exposing students to The Work Truck Show is a great way to get them interested in a career in the work truck industry. It’s the perfect venue for interested young people to see firsthand the scope of the commercial truck industry. “We represent an industry whose workforce is aging, so attracting a younger generation is a vital mission for our members,” said Bob Miller, NTEA director of outreach. “I visit the workplaces of nearly 200 members a year, and about 85 percent of them tell me one of the biggest challenges they face is finding and keeping new people. So as an Association, our challenge is get young people interested in the industry, and keep them engaged once they become part of it.” Last year, more than 275 students attended The Work Truck Show, including four from Escondido High School in California who were accompanied by their automotive technology instructor, Tim Latulippe. He had been to the show before, and it was an eye-opening experience for him. “I was blown away the first time I experienced the scope of The Work Truck Show, and I knew these guys would be just like me,” Latulippe said. “I wanted them to understand how big this [industry] is, and that with the proper training, they can go just about anywhere in the world and have the opportunity to be gainfully employed and do a good thing for themselves and their families.” Named one of the top 100 trade shows in the United States, The Work Truck Show features the newest vocational trucks, vans, vehicle components and equipment from more than 500 exhibitors on an exhibit floor covering more than 500,000 sq. ft. Registration for The Work Truck Show 2017 is available at worktruckshow.com. The Special Session “What the Industry Needs to Know About Recruiting & Keeping Millennials … From Millennials” is not included in any registration package, and a ticket must be purchased separately. The concurrent session “Becoming an Employer of Choice — Three Strategies for Creating Your Competitive Advantage,” is available through the Conference & Trade Show Package.
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Fisher Industries Provides Solution to Quarry’s Query There are mountains in John S. Lane & Son’s Westfield, Mass., quarry. Mountains of waste, dust and sand that cannot be used and for which there is no local market. Most of the rock in the Westfield quarry is trap rock, a very hard aggregate material that is being produced to supply aggregate for JSL Asphalt Inc., as well as Lane Construction, which also has a major asphalt plant on site. The Westfield quarry has been active for a very long time and one of the major byproducts of producing 3/8-inch through 1/2-inch aggregate is the waste, dust and sand that are growing into virtual mountains, also known as legacy piles. These massive piles just continue to grow and in a quarry with a limited footprint, this eventually becomes an issue. According to Plant Engineer Mark Pfaff, there could be up to 2 million tons of legacy material at the Westfield site. There is a small amount of demand to use some of this fine material for bedding (a product used when paving bricks are being laid), but there is not enough of a call for this product to even put a dent in the legacy piles, according to the company. When producing asphalt for highway usage, the spec for the aggregate size is very
The plant at John S. Lane & Son set up and operating.
tight. The government requirements for smoothness get more stringent all of the time and the spec for the aggregate in asphalt is just as narrow. In past years, the materials in
After materials have been dried and separated inside the Fisher air separator, they are stockpiled.
the legacy piles could be incorporated into the asphalt mix as undersized material to a limited extent. Today’s spec allows for a 200 size material to make up 0 to 5 percent of the aggregate. Within the legacy piles, approximately 14 percent of the content is referred to as moon dust, or product that is so tiny that it cannot be used in aggregate production at all. If that moon dust could be removed from the product in the legacy piles, what is left can be used on a limited basis in asphalt production. The traditional approach to remove the usable product from the legacy pile would be the creation and installation of a wash plant. Wash plants, however, require the installation of pumps and ponds for the separating out of the fines and periodic cleaning of the see QUARRY page 76
Christopher Salafia (L), territory manager of EESSCO, and Mark Pfaff, plant engineer of John S. Lane & Son.
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Scrap Metal Prices Rise for First Time in Five Years By Lori Tobias CEG CORRESPONDENT
For the first time in roughly five years, scrap metal prices are on the rise, and it’s a much welcome bit of good news after trend that saw some scrap metal companies shutter their businesses. “When facing continually downward trending prices, it makes it hard to do business,” said Joe Pickard, chief economist and director of commodities of the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. “Scrap processors are really in the commodity business. The year 2015 was probably the worst year our industry had faced not just in decades, but in a generation. We had been downward trending for such a long period of time, exports slowed. Exports account for 30 percent of what we process in the U.S. In 2011, exports sales were $33 billion. In 2015, exports were $17.5 billion.” Scrap metals are classified as either ferrous, including iron and steel, and non-ferrous, such as copper and aluminum. “Copper are among the highest unit per value, but by tonnage, ferrous scrap is the largest commodity,” Pickard said. “Typically in any year we are processing about 70 to 75 million ton just on ferrous. Ferrous tends to be a trendsetter for people in the industry. When ferrous prices go up, that tends
to give a boost.” The recent downward trend occurred because of several factors. One, was the strengthening of the U.S. dollar, which makes it difficult to price the exported scrap metal competitively. Also contributing to the lower prices was the manufacturing sector. “Because 70 percent of scrap metal stays in the U.S., the health of the scrap industry is closely connected to health of manufacturing industry,” Pickard said. “The steel mills and other manufacturers buy our scrap. A car manufacturer stamping out car doors processes and recycles the left overs. It has been a really uneven manufacturing sector over the years. That translates into more difficult situation for scrap processors.” There are two sources of scrap metal. There is the new metal manufacturers generate, and old scrap, such as appliances, also called obsolete scrap. When prices come down, there is less incentive for people to collect and sell old scrap metal. That means the supply starts to dry up, which is actually a step toward a more robust market, Pickard said. When demand exceeds supply, prices start to go up. “Scrap metal is a pretty pure example of a free market,” he said. “So, fast forward to 2016, especially the second half, and we saw prices come up significantly especially toward end of the year. In the U.S., two-thirds of the steel we pro-
duce comes from scrap. The prices of other raw materials, such as iron ore and coking coal, really started to take off in 2016 and because they are substitutes for scrap, scrap prices tend to go up when other raw materials go up. Another factor was the very low inventory. There was less scrap being generated. That put upward pressure on prices as well. “On the steel side, there have been a number of trade cases in the U.S. that have sought to curb imported steel into the U.S. and that has had a big impact. Steel imports were down 15 percent last year. And so when less steel is being imported, there is better demand for domestically produced steel. Improving domestic demand, diminished imports into the U.S., rising raw material prices and low inventories of scrap. All those things contributed to the ramp up prices. “Another part of that equation is that when import steel came down, U.S. steelmakers started raising their prices because they could. Steel prices are still going up and scrap tends to follow those. From October to December in 2016, the price of shredded scrap went up 37 percent. And they continued to rise into January. On any given month prices have been going up $30, $40, $50 per ton per month.” Non ferrous prices vary by metal, Pickard said. Aluminum was up by about 11 percent in 2016, while zinc was up 60 percent and copper by about 14 percent. The price of copper see SCRAP page 78
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Air Helps Reduce ‘Legacy Piles’ at Westfield Quarry
The plant breaks down with the conveyors into a single legal size load ready for transportation to other John S. Lane & Son facilities.
Undersized materials are conveyed from John S. Lane & Son crushing spread to a conveying system that dries out the material and feeds it to the Fisher air separator.
The plant is set up and processing while still mounted to its transportation trailer. John S. Lane & Son’s Westfield quarry has two huge legacy piles that contain more two million tons of material. QUARRY from page 69
ponds, as well as disposal of the dust residue that is separated out by them. John S. Lane & Son and Pfaff were looking for a better solution. They wanted to find a way to stop adding to their legacy piles and, if possible, start reducing the size of them. Pfaff met with aggregate equipment experts and the solution turned out to be wind, coming in the form of an air separator, manufactured by North Dakota-based Fisher Industries. The air separator effectively removes unwanted fines of 3/8-inch minus in size from abrasive and non-abrasive aggregate materials using a powerful turbine that allows air and gravity to sort materials by size. It eliminates the need for wash plants and has a proven record of being effective with granite, limestone, trap rock, sand and gravel applications. The fans within the unit can be adjusted to
create different types of separation or to make adjustments as needed, depending on the moisture content of the materials. Moisture content of the material being processed is critical. Wet mixed material cannot easily be separated using air, so in extremely wet conditions this process can have its challenges. The drier the material is, the more efficient the process is. To assist in this, the conveyors feeding undersized material from Lane’s crushers are designed in a way to help the materials dry before entering the separator. Thus far, the results of using the Fisher air separator at John S. Lane & Son have been impressive, according to John S. Lane & Son. “Up until now, about 15 percent of the product coming out of our crushers was a mixed undersized material that we deemed unusable and it went to the legacy pile,” Pfaff said. “With the addition of the Fisher separator in our spread, 85 percent of that
unusable material is now usable, which dramatically decreases what is going to our legacy piles.” “An additional benefit is that when time, weather and manpower permits, we are able to go back to the older sections of our legacy piles and recover 80 to 85 percent of the product in it as a sellable aggregate for asphalt production,” he added. “2016 was a very dry year in Massachusetts and it was ideal conditions for the use of the Fisher separator. We were able to achieve production levels of up to 120 tons per hour.” John S. Lane & Son has been renting the unit for the past two years and this year, it will be purchasing it. The return on investment has proven to be substantial and the air separator also has proven to be economical to run, according to the company. These machines do require some maintenance, however, and from time to time, the fans need to be replaced, depending upon the abrasiveness of the sand that John S. Lane &
Son is processing. “They are very affordable machines to operate,” Pfaff said. “When we do receive heavy rains and wet weather, we simply shut down the processing of the undersized materials and stockpile until the weather clears. We have a very good relationship working with EESSCO on this project. They are good business partners. We had worked with Christopher Salafia and Dick Vining in the past and we came into this project knowing that their support would be reliable.” Another benefit of the plant is its portability. “We can easily transport this machine to our other facilities as needed,” Pfaff said. “It’s as easy as leveling a piece of ground, blocking and leveling the separator, connecting the conveyors and electrical panel, and turn on the hydraulic system which lifts the separator into position.” see QUARRY page 82
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stayed fairly flat for much of 2016 until just after the presidential election. “Then for better or worse, copper prices shot up 20 percent just in one week,” Pickard said. “I think a lot of the reason for that was expectations for increased infrastructure in U.S., and some of the other policy ideas debated during the election.” The scrap metal industry is in a restructuring phase, and that makes predicting the future a little more difficult, but generally the picture looks good. “Within the scrap industry there has been a lot of consolidation — some companies selling their assets to other companies for not operating at anywhere near maximum capacity or in some cases, closing their doors. The year 2017 is still a pretty big question mark, but I think the longer-term prospects are really good when you consider the global demand for raw material and also the increased emphasis on sustainability and the place recycling plays in the sustainable development.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
H.O. PENN MACHINERY CO., INC. www.hopenn.com Contractor and recycling customers in lower thirteen counties of NY state, and in the state of CT 122 Noxon Road Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 845-452-1200 699 Brush Avenue Bronx, NY 10465 718-863-3800 783 Bloomingburg Road Bloomingburg, NY 12721 845-733-6400 660 Union Avenue Holtsville, NY 11742 631-758-7500 225 Richard Street Newington, CT 06111 860-666-8401 Contact our Aggregate Specialists In CT call Scott Gilligan 860-461-6534 In NY state call Kevin Kretschmer 646-315-2284
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MELLOTT COMPANY www.mellotts.com Aggregates, quarry, contractor & recycling customers in MD, VA, WV, DE, and NC. Aggregates and quarry customers in NJ and NY, excluding New York City and surrounding counties. 100 Mellott Drive Warfordsburg, PA 17267
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Doosan DX210WMH-5 Material Handler Features Fuel Savings Up to 5 Percent
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The Doosan DX210WMH-5 wheel material handler provides scrap and recycling professionals with improved fuel efficiency, versatility and productivity. Designed to work in a variety of scrap-handling applications, Doosan DX210WMH-5 material handlers excel at working in scrap yards, recycling facilities, solid waste centers and transfer stations, according to the manufacturer. Doosan DX210WMH-5 material handlers are factory fitted with standard hydraulic cab risers for increased visibility, straight boom and droop nose arm for optimal performance and improved machine guarding for maximum uptime. Straight booms improve reach and lift height for better material placement. Droop nose arms provide enhanced grapple and magnet access into containers, trucks and railcars. Features such as dual-boom cylinders and undermount arm cylinder placement provide excellent lifting capabilities. Product enhancements for the DX210WMH-5 material handler include the following. • Floor pedal: adds optional method for operators to activate two-way auxiliary hydraulics • Ergonomic joystick: improves operator comfort and ease of use • Relocated rear camera: enhances rear visibility • Camera monitor: allows operators to monitor machine information while camera is on • Alternator upgrade: provides 80 amps for improved performance • Emergency stop relocated: makes it easier for operators to reach on the seat base • Auto shutdown: saves valuable diesel fuel when the machine is not working Options available for Doosan DX210WMH-5 material handlers include: • V-Shape side guard: adds extra protection to the doors and exterior of the machine • Solid tires: improves tire life and provides long-lasting performance • Generator set: generates power for use with a magnet attachment Attachments Add Versatility, Boost Productivity A 5/8-cu.-yd. (.5 cu m) grapple is approved for use with the DX210WMH-5 and features a semi-closed tine design for firm grasp on most materials. The 360-degree hydraulic rotating four-tine grapple helps increase machine versatility and productivity in material-handling applications. The grapple’s tines are designed with AR400 high-strength, abrasionresistant steel for increased durability, and the tine tips are
Designed to work in a variety of scraphandling applications, Doosan DX210WMH-5 material handlers excel at working in scrap yards, recycling facilities, solid waste centers and transfer stations.
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replaceable for easier maintenance. Connecting a grapple to a Doosan material handler is fast and easy with a hose kit and mount. Two-pump hydraulic flow provides power to operate the grapple. A magnet also is approved for the DX210WMH-5 to pick up and place smaller scrap metal. The magnet is powered by an optional generator, which energizes power to the magnet when picking up metal. Match Power Modes to the Project The DX210WMH-5 manages the balance of fuel consumption and machine power to working conditions with four selectable power modes, including: • Power+ mode: delivers the fastest workgroup speeds and greater power for demanding material moving applications • Power mode: provides exceptional power and superior performance for tough heavy-lifting, quick truck-loading and fast travel speed • Standard mode: enhances the machine’s fuel consumption while delivering high performance in everyday lifting and moving of material • Economy mode: helps reduce fuel consumption for low-demand applications and slows down machine movement for conditions that require more precise movements In addition, the new DX210WMH-5 material handler features a lifting work mode. The lifting work mode provides increased pump torque, low engine rpm and an automatic power boost to improve precision when lifting and placing materials. For more information, visit DoosanEquipment.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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MELLOTT COMPANY www.mellotts.com Aggregates, quarry, contractor & recycling customers in MD, VA, WV, DE, and NC. Aggregates and quarry customers in NJ and NY, excluding New York City and surrounding counties. 100 Mellott Drive Warfordsburg, PA 17267
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A Lokotrack ST2.8 mobile scalping screen is helping a cement plant produce a clean additive for its production process, resulting in significant cost savings. The operator is saving up to $20 a ton by producing the additive using the ST2.8, rather than buying it from an outside source.
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About John S. Lane & Son John S. Lane & Son is one of the leading aggregate producers in New England and is headquartered in Westfield, Mass. It has five mining operations, including four quarries and one sand and gravel pit. These operations provide crushed stone, sand and gravel to major construction projects in western Connecticut and central and western Massachusetts. The company produces a wide variety of aggregate products, but its primary focus is aggregate for ready mix, concrete and asphalt production. John S. Lane & Son, along with JSL Asphalt, a significant participant in the supply and installation of bituminous concrete for northern Connecticut who specializes in all aspects of asphalt placement, are both divisions of JSL Material. JSL Materials Inc. has been in the construction materials industry since 1890. The company was founded through the pioneering efforts of John S. Lane, who was employed by the railway. Lane had the foresight to identify the need for aggregates to support the railroad tracks. From these
beginnings, the company has grown to be a significant producer of aggregate and asphalt. For more information, visit www.jslane.com. About EESSCO Formed in 2001 by experts in the aggregate industry, EESSCO provides New England producers with equipment, parts and consulting. EESSCO represents major manufacturers of aggregate equipment and stocks parts in its facility in Hanson, Mass. For more information, call 781/294-8888 or visit www.eessco.com. About Fisher Industries Fisher Industries serves all aspects of the aggregate processing industry — from the design and fabrication of aggregate equipment, to processing and end use of aggregate materials. For more information, call 800/932-8740 or visit www.fisherind.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
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ALLU Introduces G-Series Material Processing Bucket
(L-R) are Dave Turin and Darlene and Stu Gamble.
Maximus ‘Strikes Gold’ With Crushing, Screening Line Maximus North America is setting the gold standard for the Mobile Crushing & Screening industry by introducing the Irish based Maximus Crushing and Screening The first model released in the G-Series, is the 35-ton (32 t), heavy ALLU G 4-32 F, product line into North America in 2015. with a payload of more than 55 tons (50 t), which is designed to be mounted on This statement proved to be true and ironic 300-ton (272 t) front-shovel mining excavators. when one of the stars of the Discovery Channel’s hit TV show “Gold Rush” noticed Continuing development from its large in the mining cell, in its original location, the ALLU M-Series material processing buck- operation realizes great savings in fuel, trans- the bright red Maximus MXJ-1000 Jaw ets for mining and process industries, portation equipment wear/tear and equip- Crusher at an industry trade show in 2016. Dave Turin, who oversees mining and released in 2014, ALLU Group recently ment maintenance costs. production for 316 Mining LLC, otherwise launched the even larger ALLU G-Series The combination of the excavator and the known as The Hoffman Team, stopped by bucket for very big carriers in material pro- ALLU G-Series bucket transforms the carrithe Maximus North America stand as he was cessing and mining. The goal with the new er machine into a truly mobile heavy proleaving the trade show because the quality, G-Series is to streamline customer processes cessing machine. The method also creates and provide an opportunity for cost savings environmental benefits through reduced fit and finish of the machine caught his attenand environmental benefits — both hot top- transportation and processing of waste mate- tion and he was interested to see whether ics in the mining industry. The first model rial at the surface, according to the manufac- there might be any synergies between the 316 Mining Team and the Maximus brand. released in the G-Series, is the 35-ton (32 t), turer. Stu Gamble, president of Maximus North heavy ALLU G 4-32 F, with a payload of Keeping the tough conditions presented in more than 55 tons (50 t), which is designed mining applications in mind, the 14.2 cu. yd. America, and a few of the MNA dealers to be mounted on 300-ton (272 t) front-shov- (13 cu m) G 4-32 F, weighing 32 tons (29 t), struck up a conversation with Turin about el mining excavators. is built using highest quality standards and the product line and it was discovered that With the ALLU G 4-32 F, the excavator is materials. As with the ALLU M-Series, the Maximus did indeed have a machine in its used as a material processor, screening the ALLU G-Series also is equipped with the product line that could fit in the gold mining ore of waste rock in mining cells at the same ALLU DARE data reporting system, which operation. The 316 Mining Team’s set up at the time time that it loads the screened ore onto trans- enables remote monitoring of the equipment port dump trucks. In many mining opera- condition and material processing perform- included a trommel screen that could sepations, the utilization of this unique method ance via a mobile uplink. rate material but did not have a hopper which makes it possible to leave the majority of For more information, call 800/939-2558 would allow material to be fed into it. waste rock found in the ore at its original or visit www.allu.net. Maximus builds a TFC-80 360 degree swivlocation in the mining cell, without ever (This story also can be found on el feed hopper stacker that would have the needing to transport the waste. When the Construction Equipment Guide’s website at capability of remotely operating on a 90 waste material or side rock can be left behind www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) degree angle. This technology would allow
The Hoffman Team to feed pay dirt directly into the hopper on any terrain angle, which then would feed directly into the trommel that the team was using to separate the rocks from the fines of the pay dirt. The Maximus TFC-80 not only increased the team’s production ability but also was used to return the dredged land back to its original condition after the gold was mined, which is something that the mining team holds as a top priority. In the world of gold-mining, there are very few things that are predictable. Adverse weather conditions, rough terrain, the threat of wild animals always very real and present, and the hurdle of mounting expenses with no guarantee of a pay out, all could very well turn away the average miner to give up their dream of finding real gold. The 316 Mining Team’s tenacity and determination, coupled with the dependability of the high-performance, high-quality Maximus machine turned out to be a winning gold standard combination. Maximus North America welcomes the 316 Mining Team to its booth at ConExpo 2017 in Las Vegas and would like to invite everyone to stop by for autographs and conversation with Turin to speak with him about his experiences with the Maximus product line. The TFC-80 Stacker will be displayed on Silver Lot 1 #S-5007. For more information, call 941/735-8585.
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Sennebogen Acts as Cornerstone of Recycling Effort Being environmentally friendly takes on multiple meanings for the crew at Remo Recycling AG. Since mid-2015, a Sennebogen 821 electric material handler has been a cornerstone of that ongoing effort. As part of parent company Hurni AG’s corporate standards, the Remo Recycling AG mantra is to recycle and dispose of construction and municipal waste in the most ecologically responsible manner. A unique location offers an additional motivation to use a material handler that works quietly and efficiently with its 90 kW electric motor. “Due to the proximity to existing housing developments, a main focus of our procurement criteria was on minimizing noise pollution and avoiding emissions,” explained Heinz Gstrein, Remo operations manager. “This is optimally achieved by the environmentally-friendly electric motor. Not only does the machine work much more quietly, the electric solution also reduced the operating costs by around 70 percent.” With its crawler undercarriage, the Sennebogen 821 electric material handler moves along a special ramp at Remo’s Brienne facility, where it handles preliminary sorting and loading of incoming materials at a reach of 36 ft. (11 m). Rails guide movement of the tracks back and forth along the ramp. Working in an elevating maXCab industrial cab with bullet proof glass and an inclined windshield, the operator has an optimum view of the work area during sorting, Gstrein reported after more than 18 months of use. Equipped with a waste sorting grapple, the Sennebogen 821 can be supplied with electricity via a trailing cable. Due to the electric drive, not only are operating costs considerably reduced in comparison to conventional dieselpowered machines, said Gstrein, but the increased service life of all components and longer maintenance intervals also are notable. Last but not least, the “green image” of Sennebogen material handlers has been beneficial to the progressive reputation of the Brienne operation, which has been in the recycling business since 1987, said Gstrein. “Everything from a single source,” is the motto of parent company Hurni AG, which offers earthworks and construction materials, in addition to demolition, material recycling and appropriate disposal. For more information on the full line of Sennebogen green line material handlers, visit www.sennebogenna.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
The Sennebogen 821 electric material handler efficiently and quietly sorts and loads materials at the Remo Recycling AG facility in Brienne, Switzerland.
A trailing cable supplies electric current to the Sennebogen 821 as it moves along a ramp handling waste material at the Remo Recycling AG facility. The specially-designed industrial maXCab features bullet-proof armored glass.
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Terex Sells Material Handling, Port Solutions Business Terex Corporation has completed the sale of its material handling and port solutions business (MHPS) to Konecranes Plc for $595 million and €200 million in cash and 19.6 million newly issued class B shares representing a 25 percent interest in Konecranes. “We believe that the Konecranes-MHPS combination represents compelling industrial logic that will deliver significant value to Konecranes customers, team members and shareholders, including Terex,” said John L. Garrison, Terex president and CEO. “The sale of our MHPS business is a major milestone on our journey to become a more focused, high performance enterprise. We are committed to delivering improved profitability and return on capital across Terex as we implement our strategy of focus, simplify, and execute to win. Also, we will move forward over the coming weeks with our planned debt reduction, significantly reducing our interest expense and leverage as we enter 2017.” The final transaction consideration is subject to post-closing adjustments for cash, debt, working capital, MHPS actual 2016 EBITDA and the closing of the sale of the Stahl CraneSystems business. For more information, call 203/222-7170 or visit www.terex.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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This photo shows the severed truss member looking up from below the Delaware River Turnpike Bridge. The fracture affects a section of the bridge on the Pennsylvania side above Palmer Avenue. There are no residences or other structures beneath the bridge. BRIDGE from page 36
crews not spotted it, the outcome could have been disastrous. “The worst-case scenario without a doubt is a catastrophic failure of the section, a complete failure of the bridge,” DeFebo said. “That’s one of the reasons both sides took immediate steps to close the bridge. “It’s important to understand this has to be about
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Inner Loop Project Brings Sunken Expressway to Grade
The project goal is to reconstruct a two-thirds of a mile stretch of the eastern segment of the Inner Loop between Monroe Avenue and Charlotte Street into a complete city street. LOOP from page 1
Many streets and exits have closed permanently and temporarily, but the city is maintaining access to all local streets adjoining the project area throughout the duration of the project.
grade street in March 2015; and the East Avenue and Monroe Avenue bridges were closed this year. providing $3.8 million; and the city $414,000. The project has been divided into four construction The project is converting a sunken section of phases: Phase 1A — fill in the Inner Loop, build the expressway to the east of downtown to an at-grade west side of Union Street; Phase 1B — build the east “complete street,” that includes bicycle and walking side of Union Street; Phase 2 — build the abandoned paths. Pitkin Street; and Phase 3 — build Monroe The benefits, according to the city’s web page, will Avenue/Chestnut Street. improve traffic safety, support healthy lifestyles and “The idea of filling in the Inner Loop has been disimprove livability, reconnect neighborhoods with cussed in the community for over two decades,” stated downtown, promote development, and save the city the web page. “As the facility has deteriorated over the money. years, support from surrounding neighborhoods, busiAccording to the website, “completion of this projness owners, developers, and real estate firms has ect is expected to open roughly six acres of land to grown substantially. Transforming the sunken Inner mixed-use redevelopment, which could leverage an Loop from a barrier to a beautiful, high quality street additional 430,000 to 800,000 sq. ft. (39,948 to 74,322 will benefit the entire community.” sq m) of commercial and residential space. Many streets and exits have closed permanently and Reclaiming this land will raise local tax revenues, cretemporarily, but the city is maintaining access to all ate jobs and generate private investment.” local streets adjoining the project area throughout the The project goal is to reconstruct a two-thirds of a duration of the project. mile stretch of the eastern segment of the Inner Loop East Avenue was closed between Union Street and between Monroe Avenue and Charlotte Street into a The benefits, according to the city’s web page, will improve traffic Pitkin Street while the bridge over the former Inner complete city street. To facilitate the work, the Inner safety, support healthy lifestyles and improve livability, reconnect Loop site is removed and replaced with an at-grade Loop East was permanently closed in December neighborhoods with downtown, promote development, and save see LOOP page 124 2014; the Broad Street Bridge was replaced with an at- the city money.
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Brad Bowman, owner of Star Equipment, with four locations in Iowa and a Wacker Neuson dealer, stands next to the new Wacker Neuson 3001 concrete dumper, a 3-ton dumper outfitted with a specially designed concrete chute that allows precise placement of product.
Vacuworx Design Engineer Justin Hendricks (L) and Rich Prosser, sales director, Great Lakes region, demonstrate the new SS-2 skid steer vacuum lifting system, capable of lifting more than 2,700 lbs. (1,225 kg).
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Rick and Robin Nation from Springfield, Ore., Nation’s Mini-Mix, a small yardage concrete specialist, are checking out the new Bobcat T595 track loader. “This is a great show for concrete people like us,” said Rick. “Great equipment and lots to see.”
Roger Magers (L), western regional sales manager, and Gary Knudsen, regional sales manager, both of Felling Trailers, Sauk Centre, Minn. “This is a great show … lots of buyers this year,” said Knudsen.
The team from Powder River Construction in Gillette, Wyo., stopped by the huge Wirtgen Group display to check out the SP 64i slipform paver. (L-R) are Lance Walker, Mike Gross and Chad Heidrich, all of Powder River, and Wirtgen Concrete Paving Product Specialist Russell Perry.
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RTG Rig Makes Easy Work of Pennsylvania Turnpike Project RIG from page 14
Newtown, Pa.-based PKF has been plowing through Section D10 since being awarded the $142.9-million contract in August 2014. The firm is working aggressively to finish construction by October 2017. The contractor’s scope includes reconstructing and widening 2.5 mi. (4 km) of the Turnpike in Bucks County; building piers for the 14span I-95 flyover ramp; replacing three mainline bridges; constructing a four-span bridge; and repairing two bridges. This project has special meaning to PKF as a local contractor, according to Vice President Larry Keough. “It’s one of those signature jobs we’ve been focused on for many years,” he said. “To have the privilege to be the first one out of the gate is pretty impressive.” Piling Superintendent Sabrina Villanti sits in a job trailer rattling off details on bridges as if she keeps a set of plans in her head. “All of our piling is in the main five bridges on this contract,” she explained over the muffled pounding of the RM 20 just outside. This contract consists of several foundation elements, including 60,000 linear ft. (18,288 m) of H-piles, roughly 31,000 sq. ft. (2,880 sq m) of soil nail wall earth support, 16,000 sq. ft. (1,486 sq m) of steel sheet pile earth support, and 6,000 linear ft. (1,829 m) of drilled shafts.
one of our key foremen, according to Keough. “The RM 20 is so self-sufficient you don’t need a key foreman,” he said. “You just need one person on the ground and another feeding the machine and that’s your crew.” The primary operator boarded his first RTG pile driving rig in summer 2015. ECA dispatched Langan and an ECA factorytrained service technician to the site at the outset to train the crew on the RM 20 set the pace for a smooth transition. “Given his experience with the previous machine [RG 19T] it only took him a couple of days to get acclimated,” Keough recalled, adding that ECA’s support was key. “He felt comfortable having a phone number he could call and get all of the information and make sure he was doing all the right things.” “There’s no question we’re crushing our labor production numbers,” Keough said. “To drive piles the conventional way versus PKF-Mark III rented the RTG RM 20 pile driving rig with HRS 5 hydraulic hammer the RM 20, it’s cheaper to go with the RM 20 even with the price of the rental.” in August 2016 to support several foundation elements including 60,000 linear ft. (18,288 m) of H-piles.
Feeding the Beast The RM 20 gave PKF the ability to double production, but the onus was on its crew to maintain a steady supply of piles. Keough and the crew, recognizing the rig’s hyperefficiency, dubbed this process “feeding the beast.” It required both physical and mental effort for PKF’s crew. While the piles arrive on site Abandoning the marked with driving depths, they do not Traditional Method always match the supplied borings. It PKF has relied on a crane-suspended requires the team to choose and manage vibratory hammer with leaders since being piles based on how the others are going in to founded in 1969. Breaking with tradition on avoid waste. a megaproject by switching to a pile driving PKF was accustomed to being able to rig might seem risky, but PKF planned it revisit driven piles before splicing because carefully. the hammer with leader dangles overhead Keough clearly recalled the events leading and can be repositioned. Using a trackup to the decision. The schedule dictated that The HRS 5 accelerated hydraulic hammounted machine like the RTG required PKF would need to run three pile driving mer delivered a higher percentage enercareful selection of pile sizes and immediate operations concurrently. At the time, it was gy transfer and greater operating speed than a traditional diesel hammer. splicing in areas where driven piles were running two crawler cranes with vibratory The RM 20 offered a level of confined clustered several rows deep. PKF rose to the hammers and the RG 19 T with a vibratory space functionality and the ability to hammer. PKF considered renting a third crane and even pur- talized by putting the navigate challenging terrain, which challenge as evidenced by the crew’s prounused second crane to would not have been possible with the duction rate of up to 20 piles installed per chased a second hammer. “We were seeing productions that were leaving the crane- work with a crew of carpen- traditional crane-suspended vibratory day. The RM 20’s productivity dazzled PKF hammer with leaders. suspended vibratory hammer in the dust,” Villanti said of the ters. regardless of whether the piles were plumb “The RM 20 has essenRG 19 T. “We were doubling, if not tripling production, or battered. The RM 20 can effectively drive tially doubled my producbased on how many sheets we could drive in a day.” battered piles because of its adjustable leader, which can tilt PKF’s interest in the RM 20 had been piqued in Winter tion,” said Keough, “hence, I didn’t need a third set-up.” backwards 45 degrees, and forward and sideways 18.5 2015 during a demonstration at ECA’s Aldan, Pa. location. degrees. The high turning point of the mast provides stability More Production, Less Labor Although there was no need on the PA Turnpike/I-95 The RM 20 also reduced manpower. The traditional set- in even the most extreme inclinations. Interchange Project at the time, PKF was impressed. ECA’s New York/New Jersey Regional Sales Manager Bruce up requires a crane operator supported by a full crew of pile A New Level of Accessibility Langan arranged for the contractor to test the RM 20 on drivers whereas the RM 20 requires an operator and a twoUpon evaluating the positioning of the piers and abutperson crew. another project. The crew has adapted well with the RM 20 as the center- ments, in addition to the topography, PKF recognized that The RM 20 took center stage in August 2016. PKF’s decision to scratch the itch and try out ECA’s RM 20 paid off. Its piece of the pile driving operation. PKF has two operators, positioning the crane at street level to service the pile driving ability to double production allowed the contractor to elimi- neither of which are piling rig operators. see RIG page 118 The self-sufficiency of the RM 20 eliminated the need for nate the third set-up altogether. The contractor further capi-
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Virnig Manufacturing V50 Open Cutter Clears Dense Brush, Trees Virnig Manufacturing Inc.’s brush cutter attachment, the Virnig V50 open front brush cutter, is designed to rough-cut dense brush and clear trees up to 4 in. (10 cm) in diameter. The three-blade cutting system, mounted to a flywheel ensuring flywheel bounces off stumps rather than catching and damaging the motor. This skid steer brush cutter also features: • Standard dual hydraulic pressure relief valves with dynamic braking to stop the 250 to 275 lb. flywheel in under 10 seconds. • Two standard flow and two high flow Eaton motor configurations ensure optimum performance and longevity. • Tall push bar at the front provides rigidity and helps push over thick brush and trees. • Able to cut down to the ground to limit regrowth. • Double-sided, 5/8 by 5 in. (1.5 by 12.7 cm)
blades can be flipped over to utilize second sharpened edges. • Standard replaceable front skid shoes to increase the mower deck’s wear life. Available in 60 to 78 in. (152 to 198 cm) cut widths with a recommended flow rate of 14 to 42 gpm (53 to 159 Lpm). All Virnig products are backed by a one-year warranty, and the skid steer attachments are USA made and built with a universal mount to fit most skid steer loaders including: Bobcat, Caterpillar, ASV, Case, Daewoo, Gehl, JCB, John Deere, Kubota, Mustang, New Holland, Takeuchi, Terex, Volvo, Wacker-Neuson and others. For more information, call 800/648-2408 or visit virnigmfg.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Switching buckets has never been easier with the new John Deere hydraulic coupler (16GE23) for compact excavators. Operators are no longer required to exit the cab to switch buckets, so site clearing can continue with high productivity and minimal interruptions. The hydraulic coupler is designed for 35G, 50G and 60G excavators, and is compatible with the ever-expanding lineup of John Deere Worksite Pro attachments. The hydraulic coupler offers many key features that help drive additional productivity from an excavator. Most notable is the wedge bar locking system that compensates for wear and keeps the coupler joint tight. The wedge-style bucket pickup enables compact excavators to maintain breakout forces by keeping weight down, and operators can easily switch to other attachments, such as hydraulic hammers, with an adaptive bracket. The coupler is activated using a rocker switch. Once activated, curling the bucket unlocks the coupler. “The hydraulic coupler optimizes job site performance and productivity by simplifying the bucket-switching process, so projects are no longer interrupted by a complicated, manual attachment-changing procedure,” said Mark Wall, excavator product marketing manager, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “This coupler was designed with smart features to quickly change attachments and keep operations up and running without enduring a long-drawn-out process.” The hydraulic coupler works with a variety of Worksite Pro buckets and attachments, and is compatible with most competitive models. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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USED PARTS FROM THOMPSON MACHINERY Used Caterpillar® parts from Thompson offer a great value for replacing or repairing industrial heavy machinery. And because the part is made by Caterpillar, you’ll know you’re getting a reliable product that won’t let you down when you need it most. • Used Parts and Attachments including Cat® cabs, OROPS, buckets, more • Used, Rebuilt, and Exchange Components including final drive parts, pumps, differentials, travel motors, more
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Vacuworx SS 2 Vacuum Offers Solution for Skid Steers The new Vacuworx SS 2 vacuum lifting system introduces yet another application for your skid steer — vacuum lifting. One of the most versatile construction tools available, skid steers are utilized by contractors of all sizes and across all trades. Now with the SS 2, your skid steer becomes part of a system that can lift steel plate, saw cut concrete, granite and marble slabs, landscape pavers and other materials faster, safer and smarter than ever before, according to the manufacturer.
the SS 2 you can cut concrete, remove the sections and pour new concrete all in the same day, according to the manufacturer.
How Vacuum Lifting Works The vacuum pump operates using the auxiliary hydraulics from the host machine (minimum 10 gpm [37.8 Lpm] required with maximum 3,000 psi). The vacuum pump maintains a constant vacuum in the pressure reservoir. When activated, the system pulls a vacuum between the integrated 24 by 24 in. (61 by 61 cm) vacuum pad and Ultimate Skid the object to be lifted, providing a Steer Attachment powerful positive seal. Vacuworx Featuring all-aluminum conTough Seal pad seal is used on the struction, the SS 2 has a hydraulivacuum pad to cover the material to cally driven vacuum pump and can Featuring all-aluminum construction, the SS 2 design has a hydraulically driven vacuum pump and be lifted and create the necessary be easily attached to any skid steer. can be easily attached to any skid steer. suction. The vacuum seal holds Quick-connect hydraulic hoses and until the operator activates the a universal mounting plate makes brands and is perfect for floor, sidewalk, release (even in the event of a power failure). Productivity in a switching attachments fast and easy so you driveway, road and landscaping projects. For more information, call 918/259-3050 Small Package can maximize productivity. The SS 2 also The compact design weighs just 98 lb. Not only is vacuum lifting a safer alternative or visit vacuworx.com. can be used with a variety of mini-excava- (44.4 kg), without mounting plate, but has a than hooks and chains, it also increases your (This story also can be found on tors or small cranes using the clevis hook lifting capacity up to 2,716 lb. (1,232 kg). productivity and allows you to move on to Construction Equipment Guide’s website at connection. The SS 2 is compatible with all skid steer the next job faster. In fact, with the help of www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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National Trench Safety Opens New Boston Operation National Trench Safety LLC (NTS), a Houston-based company specializing in the rental and sales of trench and traffic safety equipment, trench and traffic safety engineering, and OSHA-compliant training classes, announced the opening of a new branch operation in Boston. “We’re extremely pleased to be able to announce the expansion of our national footprint into the Northeast,” said Ron Chilton, president of NTS. “Boston is generally regarded as one of the top 10 cities in the United States and has a significant amount of planned infrastructure growth and refurbishment work over the next few years. It’s a unique market in terms of the shoring utilized and one that we think is a great fit for our site specific engi-
neered systems and complimentary product lines.” The new NTS Boston branch will be managed by Rick Buck, a seasoned trench safety specialist with a long history in the Boston market. “Rick is an extremely qualified, very technical trench safety veteran with a long track record of success in the market,” Chilton said. “Rick has significant experience working on some of the largest jobs in the Boston trade area over the last decade. Rick also has a dedicated customer following which we expect will enable him to make a seamless transition back into the market with NTS, as we look forward to establishing NTS as the premier shoring partner in the greater Boston market.” The Boston operation is the 30th branch location for
National Trench Safety in the United States. This large national foot print allows NTS to provide its national, regional and local market customers a fully integrated, national branch network delivering unique engineered solutions, the highest level of customer service and the most cost effective shoring solutions in the industry, according to the company. In maintaining its objective of building a nationwide network of trench and traffic safety branches, NTS plans to open several additional branch locations in 2017. For more information, visit www.ntsafety.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Maine Water Company Outlines Capital Investment Plans As it wrapped up its 2016 capital projects, Maine Water has announced another robust capital plan for 2017. The company will invest $8.7 million in various Maine communities, to continue replacing aging infrastructure. Almost $5 million is designated for aging water mains and other components in distribution systems that Maine Water maintains. “Proactively replacing infrastructure improves reliability and water quality, and reduces lost water through leaks and breaks,” said Judy Wallingford, Maine Water’s president. “We’ll make sure to coordinate this work closely with road work and wastewater system upgrades in the municipalities we serve. Shared economies of scale can save the towns’ taxpayers, and the water company’s customers, on paving and other construction costs.” In addition to its aggressive schedule of water main replacement, Maine Water has almost $2 million budgeted in 2017 for the design and permitting of a new water treatment facility in Biddeford on the Saco River. The current treatment facility is on the flood plain of the Saco River, and was built more than 130 years ago, in 1884. The new facility will be built on a parcel of land recently acquired on South Street that is well out of the river’s flood plain. It will be a modern facility, energy and process efficient, and will have expandable capacity to serve the growing Southern Maine region.
Maine Water’s capital investment plan for 2017 is more of the communities, including pubic health, safety and ecothan what the company spent in 2016, when it invested $7.4 nomic development and the wise use of our natural water million to improve service, water quality and reliability resources.” across its 10 divisions in the state. That included almost $5 Maine Water serves 32,000 customers, or a population of million in upgrading old water mains and other related infra- 100,000, in more than 20 communities throughout the state structure, some dating back to the late 1800s. Wallingford of Maine. said the Maine chapter of the American Society of Civil For more information, visit MaineWater.com. Engineers recently issued its updated report on the condition (This story also can be found on Construction of infrastructure across all sectors in Maine, giving a grade Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipof C+ for the infrastructure of all of the water utilities, mentguide.com.) including municipal and privately owned, in Maine. “That reflects the advanced age of water systems throughout the northeast United States. Good infrastructure supports our communities, so we are committed to making these investments,” Wallingford Hoffman Equipment, a leading crane and construction said. “We are adding construction jobs as our work is equipment dealer in the New Jersey and New York under way, and upgrading markets is growing. We have an immediate need for these public water systems to support the future needs a General Line Salesperson to cover our Long Island
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PIRTEK Among Top 500 Franchises PIRTEK USA, a leader in fluid transfer solutions, has been ranked No. 173 in Entrepreneur magazine’s Franchise 500 list for 2017. The new ranking marks a gain of 64 places over the 2016 ranking. For 38 years, the publication has been rating the nation’s top franchises based on growth rate, financial strength and stability, and the size of each franchise system. This year, additional criteria used to help assess companies include costs, growth, brand strength and financial stability. PIRTEK’s advancement on the Franchise 500 list means that in only two years, the company has moved up 249 places. “We’re so pleased to have such a prestigious publication as Entrepreneur recognize PIRTEK year after year,” said Glenn Duncan, chief executive officer of PIRTEK International. “Our amazing climb up this list of companies in the past two Franchise 500 issues is a tribute to the success of our strategy, as well as our products and support. It says a lot about PIRTEK.” PIRTEK also ranked first in its category of hose service and supply centers/mobile services. The only franchise brand of its kind in the United States, PIRTEK specializes in fluid transfer solutions through its Service & Supply Centers located throughout the country. PIRTEK team members also are available 24/7 to provide onsite repairs to hydraulic and industrial hoses, due to the company’s specially equipped mobile service vehicles. PIRTEK boasts more than 400 franchise locations in 23 countries around the world, including 61 in the United States. One of PIRTEK’s new initiatives introduced during 2016 was its Tier 2 franchise program. To help potential franchisees who have not met all the resource requirements, the company rolled out a mobile-only option with a $20,000 point of entry. “The Tier 2 program has opened up many areas of opportunity since we introduced it in September,” said Duncan. “Several people have taken advantage of this new avenue and we expect to see many more during 2017.” As in previous years, sponsorships continue to be an important part of the PIRTEK vision. PIRTEK is a corporate sponsor of the AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series, the world’s largest snowmobile racing series. The company also helps support the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation, established in honor of American Sniper, Chris Kyle. In 2016, PIRTEK sponsored Matt Brabham, who drove the PIRTEK Team Murray IndyCar in last year’s Indianapolis 500. This year, the company is a sponsor for driver Austin Cindric in the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. “As we continue the Tier 2 program, our corporate sponsorships, and the pursuit of new markets in 2017, PIRTEK will press toward an even higher Entrepreneur ranking next time,” Duncan said. “It’s exciting, and we’re looking forward to even more growth in the coming months.” For more information, visit www.pirtekusa.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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WANTED: CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADER 140G I AM LOOKING FOR CATERPILLAR 140G MOTOR GRADER CONTACT: ILYAS KHAN PH: +923322489350 EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: GRAPPLE TELEX TXC340 2 INTO 3 TINE GENERAL PURPOSE GRAPPLE FOR TEREX TXC340 CONTACT: BRYAN WICKSON PH: 603-548-2037 EMAIL: BTWICKSON@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CAT E70B PART LOOKING FOR COMPLETE DOOR FOR CAT E70B EXCAVATOR CONTACT: BRIAN PH: 715-216-0138 EMAIL: BRIANBOLDER48@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JD 350B TRANS PTO SHAFT WANTED JOHN DEERE 350B DOZER TRANS PTO SHAFT TO MOUNT JD3315 WINCH. PART NO. T21346 CONTACT: ROGER PH: 570-639-3058 EMAIL: ROGERPF1@FRONTIERNET.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WASTE HANDLER WHEEL LOADER NEED A WASTE HANDLER WHEEL LOADER FOR A TRANSFER STATION. MUST BE A WASTE HANDLER SPEC AND MUST HAVE LESS THAN 2000 HOURS. ACCEPTABLE UNITS ARE: CAT 938H, CAT 930, CAT 926, DEERE 544, DEERE 624, VOLVO L70 AND VOLVO L90 WASTE HANDLER WHEEL LOADERS. PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE. CONTACT: JOHN STEWART PH: 519-686-1123 EMAIL: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 595D WANTED TO BUY JOHN DEERE 595D WHEEL EXCAVATOR IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS CONTACT: STEVE PH: 713-659-0593 EMAIL: STEVE@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM FAX: 281-727-0415 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WANTED TO BUY EQUIPMENT WANTED TO BUY OR SELL WE BUY SELL AND AUCTION HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND TRUCKS! LOOKING TO BUY SKID STEERS AND MINI EXCAVATORS CONTACT: JOE PH: 570-250-5559 EMAIL: JOE@JOEDIRTMACHINERY.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: USED BACKHOE LOADER A USED BACKHOE LOADER TO USE ON FARM CONTACT: RONALD EMAIL: JUNKMASTER844@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
WANTED: AIR COMPRESSOR WANT TO BUY: USED OR REBUILT AIR COMPRESSOR FOR ATLAS COPCO ROC L8 DRILL EQUIPPED WITH A CAT C13 ENGINE. ATLAS COPCO PART NUMBER: 9822199555 CONTACT: STRICKLAND EQUIPMENT CO. PH: 972-713-0208 EMAIL: MIKEBERRY@ STRICKLANDEQUIPMENT.COM FAX: 972-713-6206 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SWEEPS FOR CASE 1150E SET OF SWEEPS FOR CASE 1150E CONTACT: JOHN RATLIFF PH: 276-608-1507 EMAIL: CMESALES@BVU.NET FAX: 276-591-1239 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE EQUIPMENT JOHN DEERE 544K OR J. UNDER 5000 HRS. MUST HAVE HYDRAULIC COUPLER. JOHN DEERE 700K LT OR XLT. UNDER 1000 HRS. PAT BLADE. RIPPER OPTIONAL. PLEASE SEND PICTURES, BEST PRICE AND LOCATION FOR FREIGHT. THANKS IN ADVANCE. CONTACT: CALEB COLBORN PH: 208-757-3564 EMAIL: CALEB@DOUBLEEDGE EQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: GENERATOR (SCRAPPED OR SOLD FOR PARTS) LOOKING TO HAVE OUR GENERATOR SCRAPPED OR SOLD FOR PARTS. PHILADELPHIA, PA CONTACT: TED MCKEON PH: 215-885-2900 EMAIL: WEB@CEGLTD.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU WA1100 NEED 4 KOMATSU WA1100'S THAT ARE 3-5 YEARS OLD WITH LESS THAN 10,000 HOURS CONTACT: KEATON CABLE PH: 864-295-7907 EMAIL: KEATON.CABLE@AMECO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: NATURAL GAS GENERATOR NATURAL GAS GENERATOR 2 MW 50HZ, QUANTITY 1. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE SEND FULL DETAILS, PICTURES AND PRICE. CONTACT: VICTOR LEBRON (PH: 864-574-0404) EMAIL: APESALES@AMERICANPLANTANDEQUIPMENT.COM FAX: 864-576-7204 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 892E LC EXCAVATOR WITH THUMB CONTACT: TIM BAGWELL (PH: 334-735-2464) EMAIL: BCSLLC3125@GMAIL.COM FAX: 334-735-5402 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 330BL WANTED TO BUY CAT EXCAVATOR 330BL 1997 TO 2001 MODEL. IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE, PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: RIZ SUNESAERA (PH: 832-528-0786) EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM FAX: 281-727-0415 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
WANTED: NEEDED TRUCK 830 E KOMATSU 2011 AND UP 5 TRUCK 793D CORE 40000 HOURS AND UP BUDGET 215000.00US NOT MORE AFTER NEEDED TRUCK KOMATSU I NEED 10 TRUCK 830E 2011 AND UP UNDER 12000 HOURS BUDGET 615000.00US EACH FROM USA ONLY NOT ADVERTISED ONLY DIRECTLY NO SALEMAN NO INTERNET OR PAST MINING ONLY CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN (PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975) EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DEERE ENGINE CORES NEED DEERE 6414 AND 6068 ENGINE CORES AND PARTS ENGINES WITH VEE BELT DRIVE CONTACT: SANDY LAKE DIESEL (PH: 724 253 3450) EMAIL: SANDYLAKEDIESEL@GMAIL.COM WANTED: LOOKING TO BUY DOOSAN FAX: 724 253 4394 DAEWOO 140WV –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR DOOSAN DX140W YEAR WANTED: KOMATSU HD605-7 2002-2006, DAEWOO SOLAR 130WV, WANT TO BUY 5 KOMATSU HD605-7 140WV, 180WV, 160WV, 170W-III. IF YOU 2008 AND UP MODEL WITH LOW HAVE ANY ONE OF THESE THEN HOURS IF YOU HAVE ANY PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. PLEASE CONTACT ME. WHOLESALE PRICE ONLY!!! CONTACT: HAMMAD KHAN CONTACT: ABDAL HAJI SALEEM (PH: 3149984807) (PH: 415-687-0337) EMAIL: EMAIL: SALES.INTLBROKERS@GMAIL.COM HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM FAX: 3149984807 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WANT TO BUY CONSTRUCWANTED: WE BUY EQUIPMENT MANU- TION MACHINE ALS. WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE OUR COMPANY WANT TO BUY CONNEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, STRUCTION MACHINES, IF YOU HAVE OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS ANY KIND OF MACHINE PLEASE OFFER FOR EQUIPMENT OF ALL SORTS (NOT ME. DOOSAN DX14W - VOLVO 135W, 145W HITACHI EX100WD- DAEWOO INCLUDED TRUCKS AND VEHICLES) . SOLAR S130W, S140W, SAMSUNG WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE MX135 DYNAPAC, 251D,252D, 301D, OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE 302D CONTACT: EJAZ AHMAD (PH: 3008859412) BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO EMAIL: GEOIMPEX.EJAZ@GMAIL.COM LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU FAX: 3008859412 HAVE NOT SOLD. PERHAPS AS A DIS–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL WANTED: CAT MOTOR GRADER 140G PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDII AM LOOKING TO BUY CAT MOTOR TION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. GRADERS 140G.IF YOU HAVE FOR SALE. EMAIL ME PICS AND DETAILS CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES CONTACT: NAQIB KHAN PH: 270-849-2270 (PH: 03458818803) EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM EMAIL: NAQIB_KHAN73@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOEHRING 505 BACKHOE WANTED: BULLDOZER D10T LOOKING FOR KOEHRING 505 BACKBULLDOZER D10T ENC CAB WITH RIPHOE FOR PARTS, RUNNING OR NOT, PER UNDER 3000 HOURS USA ONLY ALSO INTERESTED IN OLD PARTS AFTER I HAVE BULLDOZER D11T 2010 INVENTORY FOR 505. WITH UNDER 3000 HOURS I NEED CONTACT: ALBERT HARLOW 620,000.00NEG CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN (PH: 267-738-5984) (PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975) EMAIL: HARLOWCONTRACTING@YAHOO.COM EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: MEDIUM DUTY TRUCK WANTED: GRAPPLE VOLVO 360 FREIGHTLINER M2 26K GROSS VEHIEXCAVATOR CLE WEIGHT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISGRAPPLE FOR VOLVO 360 THAT SION AIR BRAKES HOOKS TO VOLVO S2 QUICK COUPLER CONTACT: KEVIN MANGANARO CONTACT: KEVIN SANSALONE (PH: 302 225 7276) (PH: 856 692-0027) EMAIL: EMAIL: KEVIN@SANSALONEEXCAVATKMANGANARO@BAYSHORETRUCKS.COM FAX: 302 652 5358 ING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
WANTED: KOMATSU WA320-5 CLEAN WORK READY MACHINE WITH 5000 OR LESS HOURS DASH 5 ONLY MACHINE CONTACT: RICHARD (PH: 603 828-6100) EMAIL: CMISOLD1@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SMALLER ENCLOSED TRAILER NEED A SMALLER ENCLOSED UTILITY/SPORT TRAILER 1000- 1500 LB. CAPACITY TOTAL CONTACT: DIANE LAMBRO (PH: 973-875-7181) EMAIL: DIANE@STANDARDELEVATORCORP.COM FAX: 973-340-8458 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 330BL CAT EXCAVATOR 330BL IF YOU HAVE ANY PLEASE SEND PHOTOS & DETAILS. CONTACT: ABDAL HAJI SALEEM (PH: 415-687-0337) EMAIL: HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM FAX: 96663312326 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CELLULOSE FIBER MANUFACTURER BLOWER COOL MACHINE AND BAGGER AND PLANT CONTACT: GARRY EMAIL: GARRY@ECOFIBRA.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DOOR FOR 161 KUBOTA MINI EXCAVATOR NEED COMPLETE DOOR FOR 2008 161 KUBOTA MINI EXCAVATOR. CONTACT: ROBERT (PH: 828-837-8986) EMAIL: TFREALTY@DNET.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SNOW WING FOR JOHN DEERE 772G OR 872G MOTORGRADER WE ARE LOOKING FOR A SNOW WING FOR A JOHN DEERE 772G OR 872G MOTORGRADER. PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE. CONTACT: MARK OR JOHN (PH: 519-686-1123) EMAIL: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– \WANTED: BOMAG BW24R PARTS PLEASE CONTACT ME BY MY EMAIL. WE HAVE A BOMAG BW24R PARTS NEED TO PURCHASE. PLEASE CONTACT ME AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. THANKS. CONTACT: HONGYA (PH: 15901559975) EMAIL: JLW0001@126.COM FAX: 010-69297410 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HITACHI EX200 AND EX400 I AM LOOKING TO BUY HITACHI EX400 AND EX200 IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: RIZ SUNESARA (PH: 8325280786) EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM FAX: 2817270415 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
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• Las Vegas, NV Wed., March 8, 2017 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment
• Midland, TX Fri., March 3, 2017 For: Construction Equipment
• San Angelo, TX Sat., March 11, 2017 For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment & more • Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Tues., March 14, 2017 For: Rentals! Construction Equipment & more • Parkersburg, WV Sat., March 18, 2017 For: Complete Liquidation, Fine Construction Equipment & more • Atlanta, GA Thurs., March 23, 2017 For: Very Large Rental Fleet Equipment • Cleveland, OH Fri., March 24, 2017 For: Retirement Complete Liquidation • Middletown, NY Sat., March 25, 2017 For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment & support • Toronto, Canada Mon., March 27, 2017 For: Very Late Model Ag & Construction Equipment • Atlantic City, NJ March 30 – April 1, 2017 For: Annual 3-Day Contractors Auction
• Dallas (Anna), TX Fri., March 24, 2017 For: Construction Equipment
BIDADOO AUCTIONS www.bidadoo.com 1-877-BIDADOO • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., February 9, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., February 16, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., February 23, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., March 2, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., March 9, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., March 16, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., March 23, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., March 30, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., April 6, 2017
BIG IRON AUCTIONS www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558
Coming Auctions To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Philadelphia, MS July 19 - 20, 2017 For: Huge 2-Day Public Auction • Philadelphia, MS September 12 - 13, 2017 For: Huge 2-Day Public Auction • Philadelphia, MS November 15 - 16, 2017 For: Huge 2-Day Public Auction
EQUIFY AUCTIONS, LLC www.equifyauctions.com 888-535-8218 • Sealy, TX Tues., February 14, 2017 For: Heavy Equipment Auction • Wills Point, TX Tues., March 21, 2017 For: Heavy Equipment Auction
• Reading, PA Wed., March 15, 2017 For: Morris Kreitz & Sons, Inc.
I.R.A.Y. AUCTION www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., March 3, 2017 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction • Foley, MN Fri., June 9, 2017 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction • Foley, MN Fri., September 8, 2017 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction
• Cisco, TX Tues., April 11, 2017 For: Heavy Equipment Auction
• Foley, MN Fri., December 1, 2017 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction
GOODRICH AUCTION SERVICE, INC.
• Newark Valley, NY February 17 - 18, 2017 For: Large 2-Day Public Auction
• Sebring, FL Sat., March 11, 2017 For: Construction & Agricultural
• ONLINE ONLY February 22, 2017
• Sebring, FL Sat., May 13, 2017 For: Construction & Agricultural
• Clarksburg, WV April 20 - 21, 2017 For: Complete Liquidation Retirement Auction
• ONLINE ONLY March 1, 2017
• ONLINE ONLY March 8, 2017
• Gray, ME Fri., April 28, 2017 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more
• Marietta, PA Fri., February 17, 2017 For: Truck, Trailer & Equipment
• ONLINE ONLY March 15, 2017
• Richmond, VA Fri., April 7, 2017 For: Large Paving & General Contractor auction • Dighton, MA Thurs., April 13, 2017 For: Estate Auction, Construction Equipment
• Racine, WI Sat., April 29, 2017 For: Rentals! Late Model Construction Equipment • Auburn, ME Fri., May 5, 2017 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Syracuse, NY Sat., May 20, 2017 For: Complete Liquidation Construction Equipment • Canastota, NY Sun., May 21, 2017 For: Annual Landscape & Lawn & Garden Equipment
RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS
• ONLINE ONLY February 8, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY February 15, 2017
BLACKMON AUCTIONS, INC. www.blackmonauctions.com 501-664-4526 • Portland, OR Thurs., February 9, 2017 For: Portland Open • Clinton & Sweetwater, OK February 14 - 15, 2017 For: Truck & Trailer Auction • Stuttgart, AR February 20 - 25, 2017 For: World Famous Backgate Auction • Muskogee, OK Wed., March 22, 2017 For: Construction Open • Little Rock, AR April 18 - 20, 2017 For: 3 Day Contractor’s Auction
DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC.
• Phoenix, AZ Thurs., February 9, 2017
• Houston, TX February 15 – 16, 2017
• Prospect, CT Sat., April 22, 2017 For: Construction Equipment
• Tipton, CA Fri., February 17, 2017 • Orlando, FL February 20 – 24, 2017 • Toronto, ON February 27 - 28, 2017 • Denver, CO March 2, 2017 • Las Vegas, NV March 9 - 10, 2017 • Chehalis, WA March 14, 2017 • Fort Worth, TX March 15 - 16, 2017
• Prospect, CT Sat., June 24, 2017 For: Construction Equipment
DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com MS: 601-656-9768 AL: 334-693-2540
• Philadelphia, MS March 22 - 24, 2017 For: Huge 3-Day Public Auction • Philadelphia, MS May 24 - 25, 2017 For: Huge 2-Day Public Auction
• Marietta, PA Fri., April 21, 2017 For: Truck, Trailer & Equipment • Marietta, PA Fri., June 16, 2017 For: Truck, Trailer & Equipment • Marietta, PA Fri., August 18, 2017 For: Truck, Trailer & Equipment
HOUSBY AUCTIONS www.housby.com 866-218-6266 • ONLINE ONLY February 8, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY February 22, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY March 8, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY March 29, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY April 12, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY April 26, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY May 10, 2017 • ONLINE ONLY May 31, 2017
HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY
• Sebring, FL Sat., July 15, 2017 For: Construction & Agricultural
www.murphyauction.com 800-426-3008 • Kenmore, WA Sat., February 11, 2017 For: Heavy Equipment and more
JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com 601-450-6200 • ONLINE ONLY February 8 - 15, 2017 For: Absolute Van Trailer Inventory Reduction Public Auction • Brooklyn, MS February 24 - 25, 2017 For: Early Spring Public Auction
JOEY MARTIN AUCTIONEERS www.joeymartinauctioneers.com 864-940-4800 • Blairsville, GA Sat., March 18, 2017 For: Early Spring Fleet Auction • Savannah, GA Fri., March 24, 2017 For: New/Used Heavy Equipment Auction • Carrollton, GA Wed., April 26, 2017 For: Contractors Auction
MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 864-947-7888 • Midway, FL Wed., February 15, 2017 For: Fleet Reduction: Construction Equipment, Dump Trucks & Support • Pelzer, SC Thurs., March 30, 2017 For: Annual Spring Construction Equipment/Truck Auction
• Sebring, FL Sat., September 9, 2017 For: Construction & Agricultural
McGREW EQUIPMENT COMPANY
• Sebring, FL Sat., November 11, 2017 For: Construction & Agricultural
IronPlanet AUCTIONS www.IronPlanet.com 888-433-5426 • Kissimmee, FL February 13 – 17, 2017 For: Unreserved Public Auction – Biggest Auction of the Year! • Las Vegas, NV Mon., March 13, 2017 For: Unreserved Public Auction
J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 855-GO2-KANE • Verona, KY Thurs., February 9, 2017 For: KY Equipment Auction • Ocala, FL Thurs., February 16, 2017 For: FL Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Fri., February 17, 2017 For: Timed Online • Concord, NC Thurs., February 23, 2017 For: Public Auction
• ONLINE ONLY Wed., March 1, 2017 For: Timed Online
• Perkasie, PA Wed., February 22, 2017 For: Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation Charles J. McCans & Sons Paving
J.M. WOOD AUCTION COMPANY
• Chalfont, PA Wed., March 1, 2017 For: Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation S&H Landscaping Contractors
JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS
• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., February 14, 2017 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., March 14, 2017 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment • Great Mills, MD March 24 - 25, 2017 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment
NORTH COUNTRY AUCTIONS www.northcountry-auctions.com 603-539-5322 • Wrentham, MA Sat., February 11, 2017 For: Major Heavy Equipment & Truck Sale
PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., February 9, 2017 For: Truck & Trailer Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., February 16, 2017 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., February 23, 2017 For: Truck & Trailer Auction
• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., February 23, 2017 For: Vontz Paving Inventory Reduction Auction
• Montgomery, AL March 14 - 17, 2017 For: Huge 4 Day Public Auction
• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., March 2, 2017 For: Construction Equipment
RTI AUCTIONS www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563
• NETAUCTION February 7 - 14 2017 For: Construction Equipment
RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., March 11, 2017 For: Construction Equipment • Lebanon, TN Sat., June 10, 2017 For: Construction Equipment
SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC www.salesauctioncompany.com 860-627-7506 • Windsor Locks, CT Sat., May 6, 2017 For: 8th Annual Spring Auction
STEFFES GROUP INC. www.steffesgroup.com 701-237-9173 • West Fargo, ND Wed., March 8, 2017 For: Aglron West Fargo Event • Mt. Pleasant, IA Thurs., March 16, 2017 For: Aglron Mt. Pleasant Event • Larchwood, SD Tues., March 21, 2017 For: Aglron Sioux Falls Event
WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat., March 11, 2017 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailers • Princeton, MN Sat., June 10, 2017 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailers • Princeton, MN Sat., September 16, 2017 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailers • Princeton, MN Sat., December 9, 2017 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailers
WILSON’S AUCTION SALES, INC. www.wilsonsauction.com 302-422-3454 • Harrington, DE Sat., March 18, 2017 For: Mid-Atlantic Equipment Auction
WSM AUCTIONEERS www.wsmauctioneers.com 623-936-3300 • Phoenix, AZ Sat., February 11, 2017 For: Public Auction • Phoenix, AZ Sat., March 11, 2017 For: Public Auction
YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Kissimmee, FL February 6 – 11, 2017 For: 43rd Annual 6-Day Heavy Equipment, Trucks & Trailer Auction
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J.J. Kane Adds Timed Auctions to 2017 Schedule Proxibid, has been selected by J.J. Kane Auctioneers, the nation’s largest auction company focused on equipment utilized in the power line, telecommunication, forestry, and transportation industries, to be its exclusive provider of timed auctions. Beginning Jan. 20, 2017, J.J. Kane Auctioneers will host a timed auction on the third Friday of every month. Online bidding for these auctions will only be available via Proxibid. Since 2004, J.J. Kane Auctioneers has relied on Proxibid to provide live online bidding for its heavy equipment auctions. Now, the leading brand for selling used power line and utility equipment is bringing monthly timed sales to Proxibid, providing buyers with even greater access to high quality inventory. J.J. Kane Auctioneers’ timed sales will feature a wide range of items located across the nation, from ATV’s to bucket trucks, from leading contractors, utilities, and government agencies. “We are thrilled to add timed auctions to our event calendar in 2017 to provide consignors and buyers with an additional way to liquidate and acquire equipment,” said Joe Kane, auctioneer and owner of J.J. Kane Auctioneers. “Timed auctions offer easy access to our inventory in a format that allows for more flexibility. Proxibid continues to set the industry standard for online auctions.” Proxibid’s timed auction solutions allow buyers from anywhere in the world with an internet connection to log on and bid on items in the auction catalog until the sale closes. Timed auctions on Proxibid offer extended bidding, which increases the bidding time on an item when a bid is placed within the last minutes of the auction to ensure a level playing field for all buyers. “J.J. Kane Auctioneers has been a long-standing auction partner with Proxibid,” said Ryan Downs, president and CEO of Proxibid. “Adding timed auctions to J.J. Kane’s auction calendar brings more quality inventory to our growing community of buyers who rely on the Proxibid platform to gain access to items they cannot find anywhere else. We look forward to continuing to grow our partnership with J.J. Kane Auctioneers.” All purchases made via Proxibid are backed by the company’s sophisticated risk management system and integrated payment solution, designed specifically to facilitate high dollar transactions like the power and utility equipment sold in J.J. Kane auctions. For more information, visitwww.proxibid.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Important Auctions 315.633.2944
AUCTION CALENDAR Wednesday, March 8: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Attachments, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers. Over 400 Aerial Lifts. 2. Saturday, March 11: SAN ANGELO, TEXAS: Rental Fleet Cat, John Deere, Case Construction Equipment, Vehicles, Attachments, Tools and More. HILITES INCLUDE: 2013 JD 75D, 2015 JD 60G, (2)2015 JD 35G, (3)2015 JD 26G, (2)2015 Hitachi 35, 2015 Hitachi 26, 2015 Hitachi 17, PLUS Skid Steers, Tractor Loader Backhoes, Rubber Tired Loaders. 3. Tuesday, March 14: DALLAS (FT. WORTH), TEXAS: RENTALS, RENTALS, RENTALS. Construction Equipment, Forklifts, Aerials, Trailers, Attachments. HILITES: (4)Kobelco SK210LC. 4. Saturday, March 18: PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA: 2 Complete Liquidations in 1 Day. One of the Finest Construction Rental Companies in the U.S. Very Late Model Equipment, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Late Model Pickups, Service Trucks, Work Trucks, Support Equipment Found Anywhere. THE VERY BEST. Also Included: Hydraulic Excavators, Crawler Tractors, Rubber Tired Loaders, Loader Backhoes, Skid Steers, Vibratory Rollers, Rubber Tired Loaders-mostly JD, Cat, Komatsu. Also (15)Late Model Vacuum Trucks(quad & tri). 5. Thursday, March 23: SAVANNAH, GEORGIA: Very Large Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment (very low houred), Crawler Tractors, Hydraulic Excavators, Telescopics, Loader Backhoes, Vibratory Rollers, Skid Steers, Air Compressors, Welders and More. 6. Friday, March 24: CLEVELAND, OHIO: Retirement. Complete Liquidation. Hydraulic Excavators: 2011 Linkbelt 80, Linkbelt 160, Cat, Kobelco, Crawler Tractors, Forklifts, Aerials, Dump Trucks, Stake Trucks, Skid Steers, Large Quantity Shop Accessories. 7. Saturday, March 25: MIDDLETOWN, NEW YORK: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Cat, Komatsu, John Deere, Case, Doosan, Trucks & Trailers, Attachments, Support Equipment. 8. Monday, March 27: TORONTO, CANADA: Very Late Model Agricultural & Construction Equipment, Attachments, Support Equipment. Primarily John Deere, Case/IH and Cat Construction Equipment. 9-11. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March 30, March 31, April 1: ANNUAL 3-DAY ATLANTIC CITY CONTRACTORS AUCTION: The Finest Equipment Rental Fleet & Privately held Equipment & Trucks found Anywhere. Cat, Komatsu, John Deere, Doosan, Bobcat, JLG, Genie, Mack, Peterbilt, Kenworth. 1.
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Friday, April 7: RICHMOND, VIRGINIA: Large Paving & General Contractor. HILITES: Mack Dump Trucks, Equipment Trailers, Large Late Model Milling Machines, Vibratory & Asphalt Rollers, Hydraulic Excavators, Crawlers, Air Compressors, Service & Pickup Trucks & Accessories. 13. Thursday, April 13: DIGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS: Estate Auction. Complete Liquidation. Cat, Komatsu, Ford, IR Construction Equipment, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Stake Body Trucks, Pickups, Trailers, Attachments, Support Equipment. 14-15. Thursday, April 20 & Friday, April 21: CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA: 2-Day Complete Liquidation Retirement Auction. Over 50 Successful Years in Business. One of the Best Oil & Gas & Construction Companies in the United States. Very Late Model Vintage Equipment and Trucks & Trailers. EARLY HILITES: 2016 Truck Tractors, 2014-2011 Cat D8T's, JD 850K, 2015 Vibratory Rollers. IT'S BIG. One of the Finest Sales of ALL TIME. 16. Friday, April 28: GRAY, MAINE: (30+)Truck Tractors(2006-2009), Late Model Construction Equipment, Cat, John Deere, Komatsu, Dump Trucks, Trailers, Support. 17. Saturday, April 29: RACINE, WISCONSIN: Rentals, Rentals, Rentals. Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Hydraulic Excavators, Tractor Loader Backhoes, Rubber Tired Loaders, Crawler Tractors, Attachments, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, All Types of Trailers, PLUS Support Equipment. 18. Friday, May 5: AUBURN, MAINE: Late Model Cat, John Deere, Komatsu Earthmoving Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Attachments & Support. 19. Saturday, May 20: SYRACUSE, NEW YORK: Complete Liquidation Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Support and Complete Shop. Cat Crawler Tractors, Cat Rubber Tired Loaders, Quantity of Terex S24 Motorscrapers, Rollers, Motor Graders. 20. Sunday, May 21: CANASTOTA (Syracuse), NEW YORK: Annual Landscape & Lawn & Garden, Lawn Mowers, Midi & Mini Construction Equipment, Skid Steers, Attachments, Support Equipment. 21. DTBA: MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA: Secured Party Auction, Cat, Komatsu Construction & Aggregate Equipment, Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers. 22. DTBA: TULSA, OKLAHOMA: Complete Liquidation Construction Equipment, Attachments, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers. 23. DTBA: BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS: Large Complete Liquidation, Late Model Construction Equipment, (25)Truck Tractors, Trailers, Attachments, Support Equipment. 12.
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WOC Auctions Raise $875K for CIM Scholarship Fund WOC from page 100
Greg Petherbridge, Chicago Pneumatic’s North American sales manager for hydraulic attachments, demonstrates the RX2, the lightest breaker in the company’s product line.
Territory Managers Troy Motz (L) and Craig DeKarske were on hand to answer questions about the Merlo line of telehandlers. AppliedMachinery Sales of Rock Hill, S.C., is the exclusive importer of Merlo and operates under the name AMS-Merlo.
Jeff Haugen (L), president, and Eric Halverson, sales representative, both of Haugen Attachments, Casselton, N.D., stand with their new Smart Hook telehandler weighing system, which debuted at World of Concrete 2017. The system has a wireless design and sends weight info directly to the cab for the hanging weight on your telehandler. Haugen said that the system is an industry first and that his company has received huge interest in this product.
Doosan Portable Power has added light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures as an option for LSC, LS, L6 and L8 light tower models. LED fixtures are compatible with Doosan light towers and are available as a factoryinstalled option or as an aftermarket retrofit kit. LED fixtures deliver 50,000 hours of use, instant-on operation and significant fuel cost savings compared to traditional metal halide bulbs.
RM20 Rig Offers Accessibility, Produces Less Noise RIG from page 102
operation presented challenges. The RM 20’s ability to maneuver on the job site proved essential. “The RM 20 is perfect for this project because you have high mobility in a confined area,” explained Sales Director North America Dirk Himborg of Rammtechnik, GmbH. “The rig has the option to be fitted with a hydraulically-driven mast foot and back jack-ups to facilitate lifting and rotation of the undercarriage, which is especially helpful on uneven surfaces and confined work spaces.” It was not just the RM 20’s confined space functionality, but also its ability to navigate challenging terrain, especially mud. While a crane could have been positioned to avoid the mud altogether, the problem on PA Turnpike/I-95 Interchange Project was that there was often nowhere to position it. Villanti recalled an instance where PKF needed to relocate the pile driving operation to the other side of a bridge with a 13 ½-ft. (4 m) clearance. The operator hydraulically tucked the RM 20’s mast down and crawled underneath. Breaking down and relocating a crane would have been cost-prohibitive.
HRS 5 Hydraulic Hammer Delivers Power Surge PKF had been using the RG 19 T piling rig with a vibratory hammer in summer 2015 before the RM 20 with an HRS 5 accelerated hydraulic hammer took up a permanent position on the site. The RG 19 T was driving sheeting and soldier piles for non-load bearing applications, but traffic was shifted onto newly constructed facilities in September 2016, prompting the need for a different approach. “This is an accelerated hammer so whatever position you have you get a double push,” explained Himborg. “It gives the ram weight not only an up push, but also a push down so you don’t lose any energy. You’re not relying strictly on gravity.” The HRS 5 delivers up to 53,104 ft.-lbs. PKF especially appreciated the ability to adjust the energy going into the hammer with the flick of a thumb. The HRS 5 not only delivers a higher percentage energy transfer than a traditional diesel hammer, it also is faster, delivering 50 to 170 blows per minute. The rate was so rapid that the onsite PennDOT inspector had concerns about being able to keep track of the pile count. Fortunately, the RM 20 records the count, which alleviated that issue.
The added power of the RM 20 with HRS 5 facilitated compliance with an aggressive PennDOT specification, which requires 20 blows per inch to refusal on bedrock. PKF was penetrating a silty sand surface, underlain by a tougher layer of saprolite, which varied in depth. PKF drove 14 x 89 H-piles to dense bedrock at 12 to 80 ft. (3.6 to 24.3 m), although 35 ft. (10.6 m) was the average. Piles were capped with a heavy-duty steel tip for added penetration. RM 20 Makes PKF a Better Neighbor PKF was driving piles with hammers and leads from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Despite its respect for local noise ordinances, Keough admits that some nearby residents expressed concern. “When we switched to the RM 20 there were no complaints even though we were closer to the neighborhood,” he recalled. “You can stand 30 feet away from that hammer [HRS 5] and not wear ear protection, whereas you couldn’t do that in the traditional setup.” “It’s much quieter than any traditional pile driver out there,” added Langan. “There is a noise percussion system built into the hammer to eliminate the ring I call the church bell sound when you hit steel on steel.”
The HRS 5 contains a drive cap system, an easily replaceable plastic insert that prevents steel on steel contact. More RTG Rigs, Foundation Work in PKF’s Future PKF and ECA have enjoyed a 20-plus year relationship. “We’ve bought a lot of equipment from ECA over the years,” Keough said. “The one thing that we know after using the RG 19 T and the RM 20 is that given the right circumstances there’s no question we would purchase those units in lieu of the traditional crane, hammer and leads.” And the opportunity is likely to increase. PKF, once focused only on self-performing its foundation work on its heavy/highway construction projects throughout eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey and northern Delaware, will now provide this work as subcontractor. Based on its successful switch on the PA Turnpike/I-95 Interchange Project, the odds look good that the fleet will include RTG pile driving rigs. (Brian M. Fraley is the owner and founder of Fraley Construction Marketing.) (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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FLO ORIDA 2017 2
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VDOT Rehabilitates I-64 Bridges Over Maury River TRUCK, TRAILER & EQUIPMENT AUCTION
Friday, Feb 17th 9 AM Marietta, PA
Man Optio y n Sellin s for g Equip Your ment!
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CONSTRUCTION - MATERIAL HANDLING - AGRICULTURE - MORE
TRACTORS, TRUCKS, DUMPS, TRAILERS, PICKUPS, SERVICE TRUCKS, RVS, ATVS, LG SELECTION OF NEW SKID LOADER ATTACHMENTS/IMPLEMENTS, LANDSCAPE STONE PREVIEW DAYS Februray 15th & 16th 9 AM to 3 PM Blizzard Date Weds 2/22
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Auction Site: 1451 River Rd. Marietta, PA 17547
The project will rehabilitate the two bridges by repairing the structural steel frames, replacing the deck, reconstructing abutments and providing slope work protection.
PA Auction Co. # AY2025/AH1856/VB1159
VDOT from page 8
PUBLIC AUCTION Friday, February 17th @ 5:00 PM & Saturday, February 18th @ 9:00 AM FRIDAY Farm Toys & Collectibles, Signs & More!
SATURDAY 50 Farm Tractors, 150 Farm Implements
PLUS Tools, Lawn & Garden & Consignments
Construction JCB 506-36 Telehandler, Skytrak 6000 lb Telehandler, IHC 510 Pay Loader, Takeuchi TB135 Excavator, Ditch Witch SK350 Mini SSL, JD 317 & 2 - NH L865, Cat 246 SS, Woodchuck Chopper, Kubota BX23 & BX24 TLB’s, Kubota RTV 400 & 1100 RTV’s, & More!
Consignments Welcome Terms on Website Online Bidding thru Equipmentfacts.com Auction Held At:
Goodrich Auction Service Inc. Rt. 38 & 38B Newark Valley, NY
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The project has three construction phases. Phase 1 will complete the grading and paving of the crossovers and installation of signs. Phase 2 has the eastbound bridge closed for rehabilitation work. All traffic will be switched to the westbound bridge during the fall of 2014. Phase 3 has the westbound bridge closed for rehabilitation work. All traffic will be switched to the eastbound bridge in the spring of 2016. Major subcontractors include T&M Welding Inc. for girder extensions and steel repairs, A&P Services LLC for guardrail, Adams Construction Company Inc. for asphalt, Coatings & Paintings Inc. for lead paint abatement; DRM Associates Inc. for shear stud installation; and DT Reed Steel Co. Inc. for reinforcing steel installation. Major equipment being used on the job includes a Telebelt concrete conveyor truck, Bidwell concrete
screeds, a 65-ton crane, and a Komatsu 300 excavator. The project extends from mile marker 53.5 to mile marker 55.5 on Interstate 64, and the bridges are 0.16 mi. (.26 km) long. The project includes 115,000 cu. yds. (87,924 cu m) of excavation, 3,600 cu. yds. (2,752 cu m) of concrete, and 750,000 lbs. (340,194 kg) of reinforcing steel. VDOT reported that its Staunton District bridge section facilitated the efforts of the Virginia Center for Transportation, Innovation and Research, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and the design consultant Whitman, Requardt & Associates to develop the plans for this unique rehabilitation project and a subsequent savings. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
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Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation Charles J. McCans & Sons Paving Wed., Feb. 22, 2017 – 10:00AM Perkasie, Pennsylvania
Dump Trucks: `06 PETERBILT 357 T/A, Cat C-13, 430HP dsl, Hewey 14’ aluminum body (106,591 Miles) • `87 PETERBILT 357 T/A, Cat 3306B dsl, 14’ steel body (168,176 Miles) • `85 FORD LT8000 T/A, Cat 3208 Reman, 225HP dsl, 14’ steel body • `79 FORD LN800 S/A, V-8 gas, 10’ steel body (87,259 Original Miles) Crawler Pavers: `15 LEEBOY 7000B, s/n 117945, Kubota diesel, Legend 8’-13’ screed (554 Hours) • `03 LEEBOY L7000T, s/n 3429LD, Deutz dsl, Legend 8’-13’ screed (3,062 Hours) Vibratory Rollers: `85 IR DA40, s/n 5335S, Detroit dsl, 60” drums • `04 IR DD24, s/n 178373, Kubota dsl, 49” drums (2,660 Hours) • `92 BOMAG BW120AD, s/n 101170500379, Deutz dsl, 47” drums (03,782 Hours) Skid Steer Loader and Milling Attachment: `01 JD 270, s/n 370055, encl cab, Hi-Flow, 2-spd (2,229 Hours) • JD CP18, 18” Milling Attachment (JD 270) Crawler Tractor, Extend-A-Hoes and Utility Tractor: `95 JD 450G Series IV, s/n 813427 • `95 CASE 580L, s/n JJG0219159, EROPS • CASE 580 Super K, s/n Unknown • MASSEY FERGUSON 200, s/n 2298 PLUS: `99 INTERSTATE 20 Ton Tag Trailer • `87 PACE 10 Ton Tag Trailer • `04 CHEVY Box Truck • Contractors/Shop Tools & Equipment
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USDOT Reports Growing Project Backlog USDOT from page 1
decade, much of it by incentivizing much more private spending on projects. However, that total was for varied types of infrastructure and the USDOT report indicates that the backlog for highway and transit projects alone is nearly that great, separate from other transportation modes and from other types of infrastructure needs. Elaine Chao, Transportation Secretary, told senators in her confirmation hearing that a task force will shape the details of its plan, in concert with members of Congress from both parties. She also indicated support for added direct federal funding as well as private finance. Former U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said the new conditions report shows that “we have an infrastructure system that is fundamental to the nation’s economic health, and it needs greater attention and resources.” He added that such investment pays off, since “improving our nation’s roads, bridges, and transit helps create
ABSOLUTE AUCTION Complete Liquidation S&H Landscaping Contractors Wed., March 1, 2017-9:00AM Chalfont, PA (Philadelphia Area)
Hydraulic Excavators: `03 CAT 321C LCR s/n MCF00170 • `96 CAT 315L, s/n 6YM01515 • `93 CAT 330L, s/n 8FK00452 • `08 Takeuchi TB180FR, s/n 17830728 • `99 CAT 303.5 Mini, s/n AFW00225
Crawler Tractors: `04 CAT D5G XL, s/n WGB01380 • `02 CAT D5G XL, s/n FDH00630 • `86 CAT D7H, s/n 79Z01089 • `96 CAT D6H XL, s/n 9KJ00436 • `94 CAT D4H XL Series III, s/n 8PJ00521 • `93 CAT D4H XL Series III, s/n 8PJ00243 Rubber Tired and Crawler Loaders: `03 CAT 938G Series II, s/n CRD000598 • `94 CAT 928F, s/n 2XL00873 • CAT 966D, s/n 99Y02978 • `86 CAT 963, s/n 21Z00566 • CAT 953, s/n 44Z00284 • CAT 953 LGP, s/n 05Z00257 Motor Scrapers: (2) `75 CAT 627PP, s/n 155625 and s/n 155608
Tractor Loader Backhoes, Skid Steers, and Utility Tractors: `03 CAT 420D, 4x4 Extend-A-Hoe, s/n FDP09382 • `98 CASE 590 Super L, 4x4 Extend-A-Hoe, s/n JJG0210923 • `91 CASE 590 Turbo, 4x4 Extend-A-Hoe, s/n JJG0205967 • CASE 580D, s/n 9052935 • `08 BOBCAT T300 Crawler, s/n 532040307 • (2) `00 NEW HOLLAND LS180, s/n 183998 and s/n 181278 • KUBOTA M6800, s/n 63554 • KUBOTA L4200 • FORD 4000, s/n C416962 Asphalt Pavers, Compactors, and Rollers: `01 CEDAR RAPIDS CR361R Crawler, s/n 50707 • `94 BLAW-KNOX PF-410 Crawler, s/n 41003-11 • `84 BARBER-GREENE SB131 Rubber Tired, s/n SB131X585 (PARTS) • ALLATT SP50 Cart Path Paver, s/n 40H2029 • `99 HAMM 2420D, s/n 42349 • `84 INGERSOLL RAND SP-56DH, s/n 6799S • `06 CAT CB214E, s/n 21400872 • `95 HYPAC C766B, s/n B209C2051S • `91 DYNAPAC CC101, s/n 61310462 • BOMAG R2000H, s/n 135200024721
Screening Plant and Conveyor: `04 EXTEC S5 Double Screen Crawler Screening Plant, s/n 8731 • PRODUCERS SUPPLY COMPANY 2450 24”x50` Radial Stacking Conveyor, s/n 2450HSC452
Dump Trucks: (2) `98 MACK RD688S TRI/A • `97 MACK RD688S TRI/A • (2) MACK RD690S TRI/A • `96 MACK CH612 S/A • `97 GMC C6500 S/A • `94 GMC Topkick S/A Truck Tractors and Lowboy: `00 MACK CH613 T/A • `85 MACK RW713 T/A • `03 LIDELL C50, 50 Ton Quad/A
PLUS: Fuel/Lube Trucks • Utility, Service, & Pickup Trucks • Roll-Back & Drills Trucks • Tag-A-Trailers • Attachments • ASPHALT ZIPPER AZ360 • LAY MOR 6H Broom • REINCO A60W Hay Mulcher • Road Plate • Trench Boxes • Contractors and Shop Equipment • PLUS MUCH MORE!
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jobs, connects communities and ensures that our nation is equipped for the future.” The report indicated that addressing the growing highway investment backlog while still meeting other needs as they arise over the next two decades will require $142.5 billion annually in combined transportation spending from state, federal and local governments. By comparison, in 2012 — the most recent year in which the report’s data were available, those federal, state and local governments spent a total of $105.2 billion on such infrastructure, the USDOT said, or “35.5 percent less than what is needed to improve highways and bridges.” “The case for more investment in our nation’s transportation system is clear,” said Federal Highway Administrator Gregory Nadeau. “A strong transportation system will make businesses more productive and freight shippers safer and more efficient while improving America's quality of life.” The report also said $26.4 billion is needed per year to improve the condi-
tion of transit rail and bus systems, but said in 2012, total spending to preserve and expand transit systems was $17 billion. “If transit investment is sustained at those levels, overall transit system conditions are expected to decline over the next 20 years, and increasing the transit system preservation backlog from an estimated $89.8 billion to $122 billion,” the announcement said. “This report shows the impact of the lack of investment in infrastructure,” said Carolyn Flowers, acting federal transit administrator. “The results of that neglect can be seen throughout our country as both reliability and safety suffer. We must increase investment in public transportation nationwide, because we must take immediate action to bring our transit infrastructure into a state of good repair and provide the world-class service that Americans deserve.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Tadano America Hires East Coast Regional Business Manager All terrain and rough terrain crane manufacturer Tadano America has hired Lance Rydbom as regional business manager covering the East Coast of the United States. “Lance is an industry professional and we are excited to have him join the Tadano team,” said Ken Butz, general manager of sales of Tadano America. “We look forward to expanding and solidifying Tadano’s presence and commitment to our customers in Lance Rydbom, the eastern region of the America. U.S.” Rydbom has 10 years experience in the crane industry, most recently as regional business manager of Manitowoc Cranes. “I am excited to be working for a crane industry leader,” said Rydbom. “Tadano has a solid reputation for manufacturing high
regional business manager of Tadano
quality, reliable cranes and I look forward to working with customers to help them find the best solutions for their lifting needs.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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TIGER Grant Helps to Convert Inner Loop to Complete Street LOOP from page 98
road. Charlotte Street, which has been divided by the Inner Loop since 1964, has been reconstructed and now extends from Alexander Street to Scio Street and Broad Street has been reconstructed as an at-grade street, which eliminated a bridge over the old Inner Loop. “The biggest design challenge facing the Inner Loop project was going from preliminary to final design in eight months to meet the requirements of the Federal TIGER funding,” said James R. McIntosh, P.E., Rochester’s city engineer. “We wanted to have the necessary public input on a project of this size and were required to meet the rigorous Federal Highway land acquisition process in a short timeframe. “The project will save taxpayers by eliminating the need to maintain a twelve lane street with three bridges and replacing it with a three-lane at grade street that will in turn free up six acres of real estate for development,” he added. “The new infrastructure will address highway needs for the foreseeable future and return the area to a more appropriate urban street grid. The project adds the city’s The project is converting a sunken section of expressway to east of downtown to an at-grade “complete street,” that The federal government is funding the bulk of the project with $16.7 first dedicated bike facility the includes bicycle and walking paths. million from the TIGER program; the state is providing $3.8 million; ‘Cycletrack’ and provides wide sideand the city $414,000. walks along the Union Street corridor for sidewalk cafés and pedestrian So far no unanticipated challenges have needs.” been encountered due to pre-planning and Michael Nassoiy, Catco Construction’s scheduling, and flexibility. project superintendent, has been managing “I’ve been doing this for over 30 years,” projects for 31 years (15 years with Catco) said Nassoiy. “It becomes old hat after a and he has a good handle on the challenges, while. I usually help bid the projects. Plans especially the ongoing issue of utility relocachange as the projects goes forward. You tion. create a schedule and then you keep tweak“It’s coordinating utilities to be more three ing it all the time as conditions and situation dimensional compared to a linear system,” change.” he said. “You can’t take all the bridges out For this project, Catco is using Cat equipright now because that would cut the city in ment: excavators — 305 to a 374; dozers — half. We’re dealing with sewer, water, and D3 to a D6; loaders — 938 to 966; rollers storm lines. All the water lines have been — 634s; eight-foot track pavers; and Cat 732 moved and we just finished the sanitary sewoff-road trucks. ers. Catco’s main yard/shop is an hour from The Inner Loop has been filled in with Catco crews are building Union Road and the crossovers where the bridges used the work site, which allows mechanics to earth, with one half of the area slated for to be. access the vehicles and equipment rapidly development and the other half for a six-lane for repairs and maintenance. boulevard (Union Road) that will have two “They deal with minor stuff such as oil lanes in each direction, a lane for left turns ing onto the next one slated for replacement. yds. (11,468 cu m) of concrete — it is being change and tire puncture,” said Nassoiy. and a parking lane. “With the bridge out of the way,” said recycled into subbase; 150,000 tons “They’ll come in for a couple of hours and Catco crews are building Union Road and Nassoiy, “we can rebuild the utilities.” (136,077 t) of steel; and 140,000 cu. yds. the crossovers where the bridges used to be. Catco crews, about 20 people on site, are (107,038 cu m) of asphalt. Materials to be take care of everything.” (This story also can be found on The bridge work that was done was care- working day shifts. The only subcontractor brought in are: 110,000 cu. yds. (84,101 cu Construction Equipment Guide’s webfully planned, with bridges taking a week to brought on for the project is Pavilion, which m) of earth from other works sites, a minisite at www.constructionequipmentdemolish, which entailed closing a bridge, is handling signs and markings. mal amount of concrete and steel; and guide.com.) CEG replacing it, opening it up to traffic and movCatco anticipates removing 15,000 cu. 45,000 tons (40,823 t) of asphalt.
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Equipment East’s New Facility Has More to Offer Customers FACILITY from page 40
trailers, Atlas Copco, Gorman Rupp, Sullivan Palatek, Chicago Pneumatic, MultiQuip, MQ Power and Stihl. The company has earned Doosan’s
Top Dealer of the year award three years in a row. Equipment East is excited about its spacious new facility and is encouraging customers to stop by and visit. For information about locations,
services, equipment and/or assistance, call 978/454-3320. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
The new conference room has radiant floor heating, and bright welcoming color and décor to feel comfortable and work more effectively.
Equipment East’s 5,750 sq. ft. service shop features eight double bays, with each bay fully equipped with everything its mechanics need without having to borrow from another station or run hoses and cords from one bay to the other.
More than 1,500 sq. feet of office space allows Equipment East employees ample space.
PennDOT Projects Improve Transportation Alternatives PROJECTS from page 44
construct two pedestrian bridges/trail segments to connect the Recreation Center and Park/Pool Complex and the Junior/Senior High School with Bruce Henry Park and surrounding residential areas. Mifflin County • Mifflin County — $608,000 for new trees, sidewalks with adjoining pavers, curbing, ADA-compliant curb ramps, and pedestrian level lighting to improve pedestrian access and safety. Montgomery County • Abington Township — $450,000 to construct a 3.26mi. (5.25 km) on-road and off-road trail across the northern tier of the township. • Cheltenham Township — $700,000 to construct a 1-mi. (1.6 km) segment of phase three of the Tookany Creek Trail, which starts at Harrison Avenue and ends at New Second Street and includes a 135-ft. (41 m)-long pedestrian/bicycle bridge over Tookany Creek. • Limerick Township — $970,000 to construct Limerick TAP Trail, a 2.57-mi. (4.12 km) long off-road trail that will connect to existing trails and create a 4.1-mi. (6.6 km) eastwest network across the township. Northumberland County • Sunbury — $640,000 for renovations to Chestnut Street to improve pedestrian safety on Truck Route 61 in the city of Sunbury. Improvements include replacing sidewalks, curbs, and ADA curb ramps.
Philadelphia County • Philadelphia — $984,692 to enable the strategic and sustainable expansion of Indego, Philadelphia’s newest public transportation system, by deploying 16 new Indego bike share stations in high-demand locations. • Philadelphia — $1 million to construct a .6 mi. (.96 km), 12-ft. (3.7 m)-wide trail with landscaping and site amenities along the Delaware River between Magee Avenue and Princeton Avenue. The project is part of the East Coast Greenway. • Philadelphia — $600,000 to remove slip ramps for eastbound and westbound Baltimore Avenue, which is the school crossing guard location for Avery D Harrington School. The project will also include green infrastructure with a subsurface stormwater retention system, signal upgrades and bump-outs. • Philadelphia — $250,000 to convert over 17 lane miles into protected bicycle facilities by adding flexible delineator posts, a vertical element proven to better visually and clearly separate vehicle and bicycle space in the right of way. Pike County • Milford Borough – $514,674 to install imprinted concrete sidewalks and pedestrian lighting. Somerset County • Somerset Borough — $428,928 to replace sidewalk sections within the historic “Uptown District” of Somerset Borough.
Susquehanna County • Lanesboro Borough — $578,200 to replace deteriorated sidewalks along North Main Street in the borough and construct sidewalks along Tannery and Depot Streets adjacent to the Historic Starrucca Viaduct. Washington County • Charleroi Borough — $975,000 to address deficiencies in stormwater above and under Route 88 in combination with a PennDOT betterment project. Westmoreland County • Westmoreland County — $1 million to construct 3.4 mi. (5.5 km) of rail trail along the former Turtle Creek Industrial Railroad corridor, now owned by Westmoreland County, in the municipalities of Murrysville and Export Borough. Wyoming County • Nicolson Borough — $630,000 to renovate and replace sidewalks, curbing, ADA ramps, and street lighting within a two block section of the downtown business district. York County • York County Rail Trail Authority — $883,800 for construction of a pedestrian/cycling bridge and ramps over the Codorus Creek at Emig Road as part of Northern Extension of Heritage Rail Trail County Park. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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BusinessCalendar To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. NASTT’s No-Dig Show & ISTT’s 35th International No-Dig DATES: April 9 thru 13, 2017 EVENT LOCATION: Gaylord National Hotel & Convention Center 201 Waterfront Street National Harbor, MD 20745 Phone: 301/965-4000 Who is NASTT? Founded in June 1990, the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) is a not-for-profit, educational and technical society dedicated to promoting the benefits of trenchless technology for public awareness through education, training and research. NASTT is North America’s definitive resource for trenchless solutions to aging underground infrastructure and the applications of trenchless technologies. What is No-Dig? Do you know how trenchless technologies can help you find and repair leaks before they become major breaks? Attend NASTT’s No-Dig Show and learn the proactive trenchless technologies that will help prevent this from happening in your city. NASTT’s No-Dig Show is the largest trenchless technology conference in North America, where professionals attend to learn new techniques that will save money and improve infrastructure. Who Should Attend? The overall No-Dig program is focused on one objective: To help you maximize your investment in trenchless technologies, services, and applications. Owners, utilities and municipalities can immediately benefit! For more information on this event, go to http://nodigshow.com/event-overview/ CONSTRUCTION TRADES CAREER FAIR FOR WOMEN TIME: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EST) PLACE: WYNN BOSTON HARBOR CONSTRUCTION OFFICE 3 CHARLTON STREET EVERETT, MA The Massachusetts Girls in Trades will hold a Construction Trades Career Fair for Women on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at the Wynn Boston Harbor Construction Office, 3 Charlton, Street, Everett, MA from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EST). Admission and Parking are free! Light refreshments will be served. This event is sponsored by Wynn Boston Harbor and Suffolk Construction. The building trades are actively seeking women who are graduates of career and technical (vocational) programs in areas such as carpentry, bricklaying, floor covering, painting, iron working and many others. This career fair is an excellent opportunity to explore highwage, high-skill careers in union construction. Experts such as union apprenticeship representatives, contractors, and working tradeswomen will be present to talk with attendees. Space is limited, so please register by JAN 30 by going to: https:www.surveymonkey.com/r/r6jnln8. For questions, contact Jennie Peterson at email@example.com.
2017 NATIONAL LICA WINTER CONVENTION PLACE: Harrah’s Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada DATES: SATURDAY, MARCH 4th thru MONDAY, MARCH, 6th March 6, 2017 – 6:00 PM CNA Reception March 6, 2017 – 7:00 PM Caterpillar Awards Banquet For more information on the above event, contact Land Improvement Contractors of America (LICA) (telephone: 908/996-0050). 2017 NATIONAL LICA WINTER CONVENTION PLACE: Harrah’s Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada DATES: SATURDAY, MARCH 4th thru MONDAY, MARCH, 6th March 6, 2017 – 6:00 PM CNA Reception March 6, 2017 – 7:00 PM Caterpillar Awards Banquet For more information on the above event, contact Land Improvement Contractors of America (LICA) (telephone: 908/996-0050). CONEXPO-CON/AGG, LAS VEGAS, NV, Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) DATES: MARCH 7 thru MARCH 11, 2017 WHERE: LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA Las Vegas welcomes CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 to the Las Vegas Convention Center on March 7 thru 11, 2017. Every major construction industry is represented amongst 2,400 exhibitors, including asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, lifting, mining, utilities and more. For more information, SALES: 1-866/627-6246; SUPPORT: 1-866/689-5687 or go to http://www.oncenter.com/events/ details/conexpo-con-agg-2017. 2017 OREGON LOGGING CONFERENCE PLACE: LANE COUNTY EVENTS CENTER and FAIRGROUNDS EUGENE, OREGON DATES: FEBRUARY 23, 24, and 25, 2017 WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND? Two Days of Business Sessions Over 26 Quality Speakers 18 Industry Related Topics Earn Pro Logger and SAF Credits Enjoy Social Events Saturday Fun Family Activities Members Competitions CALL 541/686-9191 FOR MORE INFORMATION!
AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials) Mark your calendars to join us for the AASHTO 2017 Washington Briefing! ABOUT THE MEETING The Washington Briefing is an excellent opportunity to collaborate with State Departments of Transportation leaders and industry executives on pressing policy matters. Highlighting legislative developments in all modes of transportation, the 2017 edition of this longstanding forum will focus on the new Presidential administration and Congress, infrastructure investments opportunities, continued implementation of the Fixing Americaís Surface Transportation Act, and discussion of pending and proposed regulatory activities. Given the close partnerships necessary to best serve the traveling public and businesses around the country, the conference will feature key stakeholder groups including Congressional members and staff, federal executive branch leaders, trade associations and media. WHEN: Tuesday, FEBRUARY 28, 2017 to Friday, MARCH 3, 2017 AGC of MINNESOTA WHERE: The Washington Court Hotel (ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF MINNESOTA) 525 New Jersey Avenue, NW MINNESOTA’s TRANSPORTATION CONFERENCE DATES: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 and THURSDAY, MARCH 2, Washington, District of Columbia 20001, USA Planner: Monica Russell 2017 MEETING VENUE and HOTEL INFORMATION: Phone: 202/628PLACE: Saint Paul RiverCentre, Saint Paul, Minnesota March 1st and 2nd are the dates for Minnesota’s Transportation 2100 Conference, our state’s largest transportation event. Once again, the Washingtoncourthotel.com (reserve your room today!) Conference will be at Saint Paul RiverCentre. Conference presentations will highlight innovative and emerging topics and trends. Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association (CSDA) to Meet in Hundreds of people from across the state and all areas of the trans- Puerto Rico for the First Time th portation community will attend. MnDOT, the Metropolitan Council, CSDA is heading to beautiful Puerto Rico for the association’s 45 local governments, contractors and suppliers, and consulting engi- Annual Convention & Tech Fair. neering firms, as well as advocates and policymakers, will be rep- Dates: March 14-18, 2017 resented. Conference sponsorship opportunities are now available. Puerto Rico is an ideal location for industry professionals to meet, Details are available. For more information or with questions about network and relax – a tropical island paradise that remains part of sponsorship benefits, contact Maddie Grover at 612/624-4938 or the U.S. and is easily accessible for American and international travelers. firstname.lastname@example.org. CSDA has chosen the luxurious Gran Melia Resort as the convention venue – a highly sophisticated architectural gem nestled on Puerto Missouri Land Improvement Contractors Rico’s northeastern coast in Coco Beach, Rio Grande. The CSDA Midwest Construction Safety Conference & Expo Convention is attended by owners, managers and operators DATES: THURSDAY, MARCH 2 and FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 2017 Annual from concrete cutting, polishing and imaging companies as well as PLACE: ADAMS POINTE CONFERENCE CENTER representatives from manufacturers and distributors who support the BLUE SPRINGS, MISSOURI with products and services. Anyone who falls into these For more information on this Conference & Expo, please go to: industry categories should join CSDA for this important networking event. http://mlica.org/events/ or contact Deb Dickens, Executive Director, Registration opens September. For more information, visit Missouri LICA State Office at Phone: 573/634-3001; Email: www.csda.org/convention, call 727/577-5004 or email MLICA@aol.com. email@example.com. NATIONAL LICA WINTER CONVENTION 2017 2017 Specialized Transportation Symposium DATES: SATURDAY, MARCH 4 to MONDAY, MARCH 6, 2017 Scheduled for February 14 – 17 in Orlando, Florida VENUE: HARRAH’S, LAS VEGAS NEVADA The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) will host ORGANIZER: LAND IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTORS of AMERICA the Specialized Transportation Symposium, February 14-17, 2017 (LICA) at the Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista in Orlando, Florida. WEBSITE: www.licanational.com Attendance at this annual event increases every year, and the 2017 DESCRIPTION: The Land Improvement Contractors of America Symposium is expected to attract 500 specialized carriers, state and (LICA) is a national association dedicated to encourage high stan- federal government officials, researchers, manufacturers & suppliers dards of workmanship in resource management, land improvement to the industry. practices and to promote enterprises in the area of land improve- The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) is an interment contracting. Men and women with determination, commit- national trade association of more than 1,300 members from 46 ment, skills and ability to adapt to the constantly changing business nations. Members are involved in specialized transportation, environment built LICA’s solid foundation. A committee of past pres- machinery moving and erecting, industrial maintenance, millwrightidents, present officers and volunteer members meet and revise the ing and crane and rigging operations, manufacturing and rental. Strategic Plan making changes to meet the future needs of the asso- For more information, contact the Specialized Carriers & Rigging ciation. For more information, contact Elaine Levy at Telephone: Association at 5870 Trinity Parkway, Suite 200, Centreville, VA 630/548-1984 or Email: NLICA@aol.com. 20120. Phone: 703/698-0291. Fax: 703/698-0297. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. MISSOURI LAND IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTORS CONFERENCE & EXPO ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS MIDWEST CONSTRUCTION SAFETY, CONFERENCE & EXPO AGC’s 98th ANNUAL CONVENTION DATES: TUESDAY, MARCH 7 to SATURDAY, MARCH 11, DATES: Tues., MARCH 7, 2017 to Thurs., MARCH 9, 2017 2017 LOCATION: Las Vegas, Nevada PLACE: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA Cultivate, Innovate, Accelerate – Register Now & Save, Early Professional Growth – Join your peers to share and learn new Registration Deadline: November 30, 2016. ideas while growing your professional network. Make your plans to attend the 98th Annual AGC Convention and Benefit Auctions – To connect Military Veterans with industry jobs seize your opportunity to cultivate new ideas and partners, see and with the support of the Call of Duty Endowment. hear about the latest in construction innovation, and leave with the Who Attends? – Contractors, dealers and producers…executives, tools to accelerate your business to the next level. The 2017 fleet managers, foremen and more. In other words, your competi- Convention features a packed program focused on sharing solutions tors! from experienced contractors and industry experts on key construcSee Who’s Exhibiting! – Over 2,500 exhibitors in all major con- tion issues, networking events structured so you can make valuable struction industries including asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earth- new connections, and opportunities to shape the future of the conmoving, lifting, mining, utilities and more. struction industry and the association. The AGC Annual Convention For more information, you may contact the Missouri LICA State is your best opportunity to enhance your business and advance your career. For more information, contact AGC of America at Office at 573/634-3001 or go to: 703/548-3118; email@example.com; www.AGC.org. http://www.conexpoconagg.com/request-information/
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ADVERTISER INDEX ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC................................ 72
NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS.................................... 107
ALEX LYON & SON INC
EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP........................ 86
NEW MILLENNIUM RENTALS..................................33
PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR.......................... 117
EQUIPMENT CORP OF AMERICA.......................... 16
NEWARK EQUIPMENT CO...................................... 32
LAS VEGAS NV 3/8...................................... 123
EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK........................21
SAN ANGELO TX 3/11
FELLING TRAILERS................................................ 64
NORRIS SALES CO INC.......................................... 12
DALLAS/FT WORTH 3/14............................ 125
FIVE STAR EQUIPMENT INC (PA).......................... 24
NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS.................... 108
PARKERSBURG WV 03/18.......................... 128
OPDYKE INC............................................................ 62
MIDDLETOWN NY 03/25..............................129
PENN JERSEY MACHINERY.................................... 5
ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC.................... 23
FRALEY CONSTRUCTION MARKETING................ 45
PETERSON PACIFIC CORP.................................... 92
ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP.............................. 7
GEHL SKID STEER.................................................. 52
PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO.................................. 25
ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS................ 106
GOODRICH AUCTION............................................ 120
PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC.......................... 6
POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC............................ 93
ARTIC SNOW & ICE CONTROL PRODUCTS........ 38
GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT INC.................. 37
POWERSCREEN NEW ENGLAND.......................... 83
ATI LEVEL BEST.................................................... 110
GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE).............................. 53
RANSOME CAT.......................................................... 2
BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC........................................71
H O PENN MACHINERY CO INC............................ 17
RANSOME EQUIPMENT SALES LLC/LRH............ 115
HESS AUCTIONEERS LLC
RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS
BECK EQUIPMENT.................................................. 42
MARIETTA PA 2/17...................................... 120
ORLANDO FL 02/20-24................................ 132
BEST LINE EQUIPMENT.......................................... 28
HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT INC..................................112
ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY............................ 104
BOBCAT COMPANY................................................ 51
HRT/GEOMETRY GLOBAL INC.............................. 42
ROBERT H FINKE & SON........................................ 19
BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALES INC.................. 35
HUNYADY AUCTION CO
ROBS TOWING........................................................ 24
CATERPILLAR INC .................................................. 39
CHALFONT PA 3/1........................................122
ROCKSTER NORTH AMERICA................................90
CEG SCALE MODELS..............................................46
PERKASIE PA 2/22...................................... 122
CEG WANTED........................................................ 115
READING PA 03/15...................................... 127
RUBBLE MASTER AMERICAS CORP.................... 78
SCREEN MACHINE INDUSTRIES INC.................... 89
CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES............ 34,37,45
KISSIMMEE FL 2/13-17................................ 119
CHICAGO PNEUMATIC............................................ 47
ST PIERRE MANUFACTURING CORP....................28
CLASSIFIED .......................................................... 114
STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC............................ 11
CLEARSPAN FABRIC STRUCTURES......................47
K W REESE INC...................................................... 32
TEREX CRANES...................................................... 97
KCM ........................................................................ 56
TEREX FUCHS........................................................ 77
CONSTRUCTION & INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT......82
THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS.............. 110
CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE...... 60,68,121
TOWMASTER INC.................................................... 63
CURRY SUPPLY CO................................................ 41
KOMATSU AMERICA CORP........................ 58,59,101
TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC.......................... 15
DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC.............................. 47
TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES..........................27
DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS.......................... 104
TRENCH SHORING SERVICES.............................. 45
DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER................................ 49
MAXIMUS NORTH AMERICA.................................. 70
VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC................................ 42
VIRNIG ATTACHMENTS........................................ 109
EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS.................................... 31
METSO MINERALS CRUSHING.............................. 78
VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA............ 66
EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP................ 131
METSO MINERALS SCREENING............................ 80
WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC..............................16
EDWARD EHRBAR ..................................................10
MIDLANTIC MACHINERY........................................ 13
WHITNEY & SON INC.............................................. 73
MINNICH MANUFACTURING.................................. 48
ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC.................................... 30,32
MONROE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO INC........ 90
MID-ATLANTIC EQUIP HARRINGTON DE 3/18.. 127
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY .................... 112,113
WOODS CRW CORP................................................20
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