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N.Y.’s $25B Hudson Yards Hits Halfway Mark

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Nearly $700M Available for State Veterans Home Funding...8

Kobelco Helps Tremson Clear Way for Amusement Park...20

New York State Fairgrounds to Gain New Expo Center...24

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More than a decade ago, plans were under way for the 28-acre livework-play development in New York City’s West Side. In 2012, the Related Companies/Oxford Properties Group joint venture broke ground on the single largest piece of undeveloped property in Manhattan. The first building to be constructed was 10 Hudson Yards — a 1.7 million-sq.-ft., 47-story tower at the northeast corner of 10th Avenue and 30th Street. The LEED Platinum tower, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, opened in 2016 and is home to Coach Inc.’s world headquarters.

the planning of Hudson Yards,” said L. Jay Cross, Related Hudson Yards president. “Great neighborhoods have great healthcare providers, and by working with Mount Sinai Health System, the residential and corporate residents at Hudson Yards will have access to a seamless, integrated healthcare system that is focused on catering to their needs and schedules. Both Mount Sinai and Related share a customer-first focus and we are thrilled to create a new paradigm in healthcare here at Hudson Yards.” The first residential building in the development will open spring 2019. Fifteen Hudson Yards, the 960,000sq.-ft. LEED Gold-designed residential building, stands more than 900 ft. tall and offers 391 for-sale and rental residences. As of February, sales of the 285 condominiums had reached 50 percent. Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group, it is located adjacent to the High Line and The Shed, New York’s

Happening Now Scheduled to open later this year is the 1.3-million-sq.-ft. office building Hudson Yards New York photo at 55 Hudson Yards. It is situated at New York City and state have initiated major investments of the intersection of Hudson Yards, the their own to coincide with the Hudson Yards development, High Line and Hudson Park & including mass transit, new parks and cultural and recreBoulevard. A unique feature of this ational facilities. see YARDS page 46 tower is the outdoor terrace overlooking the park on the building’s tenth floor. The design also provides future tenants the opportunity to carve private, double-height terraces into the tower in flexible locations. In March, Hudson Yards markets. By Victor Paul Alvarez announced a partnership “Specific markets have not been settled on yet but CEG CORRESPONDENT with Mount Sinai Health they will include areas that are served today via existing System, and the creation of The Port Authority of New York/New Jersey and an 18,000-sq.-ft., state-ofsee FACILITY page 110 Global Container Terminals (GCT) are one the-art health center on the year into the construction of a ship-to-rail second floor of 55 Hudson port facility adjacent to the recently expandYards. The center will proed GCT Bayonne container terminal. vide comprehensive, conThe ExpressRail Port Jersey facility, or venient and exclusive care to Greenville Yard, is a $600 million project all Hudson Yards employees, that will employ 75 contractors over the residents and their families course of construction as it aims for a midwith operations scheduled to 2018 completion. (Construction began last begin in early 2019. year in May.) The project will link the GCT The ExpressRail Port Jersey facility, or Greenville Yard, is a “Providing excellent, conBayonne terminal to CSX and Norfolk $600 million project that will employ 75 contractors over the venient health care services Southern’s rail network to reach key inland course of construction. has always been a priority in

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2015 CAT 972M, 4239 HRS, S/N: A8P00396 .. ..........................................$259,000

2014 CAT 303.5ECR, HOURS: 966, SERIAL NUMBER RKY02531, STOCK NUMBER CR31156, STICK PACKAGE,LONG W/O 2ND AUX, TRACK, RUBBER BELT, BLADE, STRAIGHT, WELDON, LINES, QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET GP..................................................................$39,000 2005 CASE CX50B, HOURS: 4,177, SERIAL NUMBER: N6TN81588, STOCK NUMBER: B6TN81588, 24" BKT, GOOD TRACKS AND MACHINE, INSPECTION AVAIL UPON REQUEST ........................................................................................................................................$32,500 SKID STEERS - TRACK 2007 BOBCAT T190, HOURS: 2,960, SERIAL NUMBER: 531617704, STOCK NUMBER: B53161770 , COMES WITH MP BUCKET AND EXTRA TRACK. INSPECTION REPORT AVAIL UPON REQUEST, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, BUCKET, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, HYDRAULICS: STANDARD FLOW ........................................................................................................................................................$18,400 2013 CAT 279C2, HOURS: 2,950, SERIAL NUMBER KWB00937, STOCK NUMBER: UTR00032, ROPS, ENCLOSED WITH A/C, SEAT, COMFORT, AIR SUSPENSION, DOOR, CAB, POLYCARBONATE, RADIO READY, ENGINE,TIER4 INTERIM COMPLIANT, HYDRAULICS, HIGH FLOW XPS, COUNTERWEIGHT,MACHINE,EXTERNAL, QUICK COUPLER, HYDRAULIC, BUCKET, GP....................................................................................................................$36,000 2013 CAT 289C2, HOURS: 1,483, SERIAL NUMBER: RTD01714, STOCK NUMBER: TRTD1714 .... ........................................................................................................................................................$43,000 2014 CAT 299D, PACK: DOMESTIC TRUCK, LANE 2 ORDER, INSTRUCTIONS: ENGLISH, SEAT BELT: 2", HEATER, ENGINE COOLANT, 120V, QUICK COUPLER: ELECTRIC, RETURN TO DIG/WRKTL POSITIONER, CONVERSION ARRANGEMENT, ROPS: ENCLOSED WA/C (C3), RADIO READY, DOOR, CAB, POLYCARBONATE, SEAT,AIR SUSPENSION,VINYL,HEAT, BATTERY, HOURS: 903, SERIAL NUMBER: GTC01221, STOCK NUMBER: 14M0088.......$57,000

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NEARLY $700M AVAILABLE FOR STATE VETERANS HOME FUNDING

The new funding can be used where needed for repairs, renovation or new construction.

14 INTERSTATE 95 COALITION KICKS OFF THREE-MONTH PILOT STUDY Phase 1 involves more than 120 participants, including state DOT officials, legislators, members of the media and other stakeholders in multiple states.

14 PROGRAM OVERVIEW OF I-495, I-270 P3 PROJECT IN MARYLAND The overall I-495 & I-270 Public-Private Partnership (P3) Program will include improvements for more than 70 miles of interstate in Maryland.

18 NEW MILLENNIUM RENTALS EXPANDS INTO

42 GOV. WOLF ANNOUNCES NEW INVESTMENTS

92 CALDWELL BARRIER GRAB REMOVES CONCRETE BARRIERS WITH EASE

IN RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE Gov. Tom Wolf announced the approval of 27 rail freight improvement projects that will help sustain more than 400 jobs across Pennsylvania.

94 HH FABRICATION ADDS NEW RED CONUS GRAPPLE TO ITS LINE OF ATTACHMENTS

136 YODER & FREY ACHIEVES UNPRECEDENTED HAMMER TOTAL AT TIMED ONLINE AUCTION

94 IRNIG’S V50 ROOT RAKE GRAPPLE SKID

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96 FIVE STAR EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES ALLU

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98 DEERE REDESIGNS PALLET FORKS FOR

20 KOBELCO HELPS TREMSON CLEAR WAY FOR

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NEW AMUSEMENT PARK Tremson Corporation, a land clearing contractor based in Brewster, N.Y., is clearing the way for the new Legoland amusement park.

24 NEW YORK STATE FAIRGROUNDS TO GAIN NEW EXPO CENTER

80 CONTRACTOR CUTS STUMP DISPOSAL TIME WITH SHARK TOOTH

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86 STARSOIL GAINS NEW DRIVE SYSTEM, ENSURES GREATER EFFICIENCY

Christina Steel of Glenville, N.Y., is handling the steel erection on the project and currently has 30 employees on site.

86 BRUSH WOLF OFFERS WIDE VARIETY OF

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90 BARKO STRONG-ARM GRAPPLES OPTIMIZE 90 JOHN DEERE INTRODUCES HIGH-PERFORMANCE PLATE COMPACTORS

38 NJDOT’S HISTORIC BRIDGE OVER STONY BROOK WINS PROJECT OF THE YEAR AWARD

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2010 EXODUS MX447HDR,13,695 hrs., S/N: 10029, Solid Tire, John Deere Engine, Orange Peel Grapple ........................................................$85,000

2017 KLEEMANN KT80 Stacker, 216 hrs., S/N: 2008.0322, Kleeman KT-80 Stacker Conveyor, On Tracks ..........................................................$95,000

2015 KOMATSU PC490 LC-11, S/N #A41140, 2072 hrs., 15’9” Arm, Coupler, 54” Bucket, 34” Tracks, Cleaned & Certified ....................................$340,000

2012 KOMATSU PC390LC-10, #A30029, 5012 Hrs, 36” Tracks, 10’5” Arm, Coupler, Autolube.................. ..................................................................$200,000

2015 KOMATSU PC290 LC-11, 3,218 hrs., S/N: A25886, Tier 4i Engine, 32” Tracks, Hammer Kit, 10’6” Arm, Choice of Bucket. ....................$175,000

2014 KOMATSU PC360 LC-10, 3574 hrs., S/N: A33545, Tier 4i Engine, A/C, 10’6” Arm, 36” Bucket, Ready to Work ............................................$210,000

2015 KOMATSU WA270-7, #A27106, 1,840 hrs., Tier 4i Engine, 20.5 X 25 Tires, A/C, 3rd Valve, Ride Control, Coupler, SD BKT & Forks., ............$140,000

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2005 Terex Pegson 1412 Trakpactor, S/N #140109CA, 4078 Hrs., Impact Crusher, Side Conveyor, 1340mm Rotor Size ..................$165,000

2003 Komatsu PC400LC-6, #A85357; 13,385 hrs., 36” Tracks; 11’ Arm; Coupler; 60” Bucket ....$65,000

2016 KOMATSU WA500-8, #A96297, 109 hrs., Enclosed Cab w/A/C, 8CY Pin-On GP Bucket ............ ..................................................................$423,000

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RHODE ISLAND The Veterans Home in Bristol, R.I., opened in November 2017.

Recently the Department of Veterans Affairs announced that it will use $685 million in funding from Congress to fund several State Veterans Home construction projects through the VA State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program. The new funding can be used where needed for repairs, renovation or new construction and is part of an Omnibus Bill that represents the largest allocation to the more than 50-year-old State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program; funding for the

program has averaged $94 million over the last five years. The State Veterans Home Construction Grant Program provides up to 65 percent of the cost to build and renovate facilities. “This program has been operating with a backlog of applications for construction projects,” said VA Acting Secretary Robert Wilkie. “This new allocation will let us fund projects on our priority list, many of which have been waiting for years. We thank Congress for its commitment and support of

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FLORIDA

One of six VA-funded, state run nursing homes in Florida the Clyde E. Lassen home in St. Augustine.

Veterans across the country.” Plans for the new funding include at least 52 projects including bed replacement projects in Massachusetts, Michigan and Wisconsin; life safety projects in Ohio, Oklahoma and Texas; new construction projects in Arizona, Hawaii, Illinois, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia; and gener-

al renovation projects in Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Vermont and Wisconsin. see GRANT page 130


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YR EE# PRICE Model Make/Model EE# BACKHOES CRAWLER DOZERS

JCB 1999 2013

KOMATSU D65EX-12

3CX-14 2012 SUPER KOMATSU D65WX-17C030142

C020925 $59,500 C005727

EXCAVATORS

2008 CRAWLER JOHN DEEREDOZERS/LOADERS 190DW C021549 KOMATSU 2006 LIEBHERR A900C C003281 2010 D51EX-22 C027329 $79,000 2008 KOMATSU PC50MR-2 C025949 2015 D51PXi C019464 $189,000 2011 KOMATSU PC138USLC-10 C019465 1999 D65EX-12 C020925 $39,500 2015 KOMATSU PC138USLC-10 C024556 2012 D65WX-17 C005727 $149,000 2015 KOMATSU PC138USLC-10 C025593 EXCAVATORS 1995 KOMATSU PC150-5 C023655 KOBELCO 2001 KOMATSU PC210LC-6K C020926 1994 SK200 C030946 $19,500 2016 KOMATSU PC210LC-10 C022002 KOMATSU 2007 KOMATSU PC228USLC-3 C025414 2014 PC45MR-3 C028041 $49,000 2013 KOMATSU PC240LC-10 C006323 2015 PC138UCLC-10 C024556 $112,000 2013 KOMATSU PC240LC-10LR C022421 2015 PC210LC-10 C029272 SOLD $159,500 2005 KOMATSU PC270LC-7C006323 C020272 $139,000 2013 PC240LC-10 $189,000 2013 PC240LC-10LR C022421 2014 KOMATSU PC290LC-10 C022744 $39,500 2005 PC270LC-7 C020272 2014 KOMATSU PC290LC-10 $189,000 2014 PC290LC-10 1999 KOMATSU PC300LC-6C028573 C021741 $225,000 2016 PC290LC-11 C029154 2003 KOMATSU PC300LC-7 C019345 1999 PC300LC-6 C021741 $39,000 2013 KOMATSU PC360LC-10 C006325 2004 PC300LC-7 C030147 SOLD $89,000 2014 KOMATSU PC360LC-10 C021518 2006 PC300LC-7 C031253 $62,500 1995 KOMATSU PC400LC-5C029266 C023172 2012 PC360LC-10 SOLD $129,500 2010 KOMATSU PC450LC-8C029681 C005953 2012 PC360LC-10 $155,000 $165,000 2013 PC360LC-10 C027656 2013 KOMATSU PC490LC-10 C006069 $159,000 2013 PC360LC-10 C006325 2015 KOMATSU PC490LC-11 $219,000 2015 PC360LC-11 2008 KOMATSU PC800LC-8C029590 C022399 2014 PC390LC-10 C029061 $205,000 2013 VOLVO EC160LC C025536 2010 2010 2011 2012 2008

$69,500 PC450LC-8 C005953 GRADERS $79,500 PC450LC-8 C029791 1996 KOMATSU GD650AW-2 C020907 PC490LC-10 C026255 $199,000 2005 KOMATSU GD655-3CC025389 C003433 $229,000 PC490LC-10 PC800LC-8 $339,000 2008 KOMATSU GD655-3E0C022399 C004620

YRPRICE Model

YR

Make/Model EE#

EE# Model PRICE PRICE YR 2008 RECYCLERS WA480-6 MATERIAL HANDLERS,

LIEBHERR 2006 A900C $49,500

1996 C003281 CATERPILLAR 350L$59,000 MH

$169,000

2011

FUCHS RHL340D

MATERIAL HANDLERS, RECYCLERS 2015 FUCHS MHL360E CATERPILLAR $49,000 2005 FUCHS GRAPPLE - MHL350D 1996 350L-MH $79,000

FUCHS $18,500 2011 RHL340D $89,500

2007 1989

C023522

$79,500

C003670

KOMATSU PC300MH-3

C023651

C022333

$149,000

2004 C022898 SENNEBOGEN 830T MHL360E $379,000 $119,000 2007 C003297 SENNEBOGEN 830M 2005 GRAPPLE FOR MHL350D SOLD $8,000 $140,000 2010 C003670 SENNEBOGEN 830M 2007 GRAPPLE FOR MHL350D SOLD $4,000 $29,500 2012 SENNEBOGEN 830M KOMATSU $35,000 1989 PC300MH-3 $17,500 2014 C023651 SENNEBOGEN 840M $169,000 1998 PC450LC-6MH C028476 $79,500WHEEL $67,500 SENNEBOGEN 2006 CATERPILLAR 924G $149,000 2004 830R $49,000 2014 C005918 CATERPILLAR 980K $189,000 2010 830M C022032 $77,000 2012 JCB 406B $39,500 2012 830M C022031 $189,000 2005 KOMATSU WA50 $210,000 2014 840M C022592 $219,000 2013 KOMATSU WA200-6 $189,000 KOMATSU WA320-6 WHEEL 2000 LOADERS $49,000 2014 KOMATSU WA320-7 KOMATSU $65,000 1997 C029426 KOMATSU WA380-3 2011 WA250PZ $39,500 $199,000 2015 C026380 KOMATSU WA380-7 1998 WA320-3 $22,000 $219,000 WA380-7

$19,500 2015 WA380-7 $159,000 2004 WA400-5 $239,000 2010 WA430-6 $310,000 2003 WA450-5L $339,000 2004 WA450-5L $119,500 2009 WA470-6

1997 WA500-1 C023522 1999 WA500-3 C022333 2009 WA500-6 C022898 2014 WA500-7 C003297 2000 WA600-3

FUCHS GRAPPLE - MHL350D

2015

2015

in our inventory today!

$199,000 2015 C024334 KOMATSU WA380-7 $195,000 2004 C024340 KOMATSU WA400-5L

HAMM C005918

$82,500 $139,000 $395,000 $8,000 $4,000

2011 HD12VV C022591 2011 HD+120VVHF C022032 2007 HD120VO C022031 2011 HD+120V0 C022592 2007 HD130HV 2010 HD140VO+ LOADERS 2010 HD140VV C022174

$29,000 $77,000 $189,000 $229,000 $47,500

1995

SD115D

C022859

ROADTEC

$39,500

C025527

$6,750

C022593 VOGELE

$69,000

2008

RX700

C022071 2012 5200-2

WIRTGEN C005540 2014 W120CFi C006463 2013 W200 C024334

C024340

$69,500 $29,000 $199,000

$195,000

C020239

$89,000

2004 WA480-5 $139,500

C025316

EAGER BEAVER C023661

$89,000 $145,000

$289,500 2013 C028575 KOMATSU WA500-7

C020552KING TRAIL

$169,000

$45,000 2000 C029268 KOMATSU WA600-3

35 TON C022042

$39,500

Representing These Fine Lines of Equipment: WIRTGEN • VÖGELE • HAMM • KLEEMANN • SENNEBOGEN • NPK • ALLU • JCB • DOPPSTADT • JRB • BROCE BAGELA • CARLSON • ROGERS BROS • ESCO • LABOUNTY • KOMATSU • FELLING

$25,000

C030691 C026147

C020922

$39,000$129,000

C030945

2008 CATERPILLAR RM-500 2012 SM720 TROMMELC023192 $189,000

C021573 $225,000$159,000

2012 C029790 C029916

C022041

CATERPILLAR MISCELLANEOUS 1997 D250E $105,000 1980 BUCYRUS ERIE 88B C020922 DOPPSTADT DOPPSTADT SM720 TROMMEL

SOLD $25,000

$187,500

C021573

$219,000

ATTACHMENTS SOLD $295,000 ATTACHMENTS HAMM $359,000 CATERPILLAR 52” EXC. BUCKET/345 C006595 $3,900 2012 PAD-FOOT SHELL KIT FOR 3412, 84” DRUM 2012

HAMM PAD-FOOT SHELL KIT/3412

84” DRUM LABOUNTY

2003 UP20 PULVERIZER JAW SET 18715 LaBOUNTY UP20 PULVERIZER JAW SET 2009 CP60 PULVERIZER 18715 $39,500 HDR40 2009 LaBOUNTY CP60 PULVERIZER C000879 C005990 $39,500 HDR50S C020273

LaBOUNTY HDR40

C022758 C029700 C029701

Not all manufacturers represented in all areas served.

C005990

NPK

LaBOUNTY HDR50S 2014 2008

2010

NPK GH4

2008

NPK GH15 2012

$2,500 2000 NPK GH6 $15,000

PH4 GH15

ROCKLAND

P.O.R.

P.O.R. $2,500

2003 C025818 C025820

TRAILERS $119,000

12HA C025533 35 TON

$27,500

C022008 GRADERS

BUCYRUS ERIE TRUCKS OFF-ROAD

SKID STEERS

2012

C023319

LEEBOY L8510T

$15,000 1995 PAYHAULER 1980 350C 88B

$199,000

2013

INGERSOLL RAND DD130

KOMATSU TRAILERS $18,000 2013 GD655-5 SOLD $159,000 EAGER BEAVER C022758 C026535 $3,500 SOLD $89,000 2013 GD655-5 1997 ROGERS CR50PL C008064 C029808 $28,000$219,000 $22,000 $39,000 1996 ROGERS TAG21 C023198 $7,900 MISCELLANEOUS $27,000 BROCE & SCREENING EQUIPMENT CRUSHING $32,000 BB250B 2007 CEC 32”x54”2012 JAW CRUSHER C003725 C026616 $129,000 $15,000 $29,000

C031270

$149,000

$35,000

2016 WA470-8 $89,500

C029410 C004069 C031257 C031256 C031255 C031261 C031258

INGERSOLL RAND $99,500 C024033

$49,000

2009 WA470-6 $39,000 2016 WA470-8

2001

$49,000

C023548 JCB

C027874 $29,500 KOMATSU WA470-7 C028566 $39,500 KOMATSU WA480-6 C030655 $42,000 2008 C024845 KOMATSU WA480-6 $72,500 1997 C027330 KOMATSU WA500-1 $119,500 2008 C026756 KOMATSU WA500-6 $309,000

EE# PRICE PRICE Model EE# CRUSHING & SCREENING $119,000 COMPACT TRACK LOADERS EQUIPMENT CEC $12,000 2011 JCB 225T C020581 $25,000 2007 CEC 32”X54” JAW CRUSHER C003725 $90,000 $30,500 MILLERS, PAVERS, ROLLERS KLEEMANN $89,500 2016 MC125Z $1,650,000 2010 HAMM HD10CVV C021850 C031454 $15,000 $199,000 READ $31,000 2011 HAMM HD+120VVHF C004069 $89,000 1995 RD40B C030716 $6,500

MILLERS, PAVERS, ROLLERS 2006 $22,000

C024845 2014 260 C006216 2014 260

$43,500 2014 C023548 KOMATSU WA470-6HL

YR PRICE Make/Model YR

EE# C025316 C023661 C028568 C029799 C029801 C022042

C020273 C005986 C021137

C030145 C002364

$2,500 $19,500 $12,500 SOLD $8,500

$12,500 $8,500

$11,000

$7,500 $25,000 $14,900

C002364 H23F GRAPPLE/PC490

C023173 $29,000 $15,000 $19,500 HD-V HYD SPADE-NOSE 2009 ROCKLAND BTH-D-CL THUMB ROCK BUCKET FOR WA500-3 $7,500 $15,000

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631-563-7600

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Program Overview of I-495, Interstate 95 Coalition Kicks I-270 P3 Project in Maryland Off Three-Month Pilot Study As part of its effort to explore replacing the current fuel tax with a mileage-based user fee or “MBUF” to generate highway funding the I-95 Corridor Coalition, with the Delaware Department of Transportation as the lead, is launching a three-month pilot study starting in May. Phase 1 of the study runs from May 1 until the end of July and involves more than 120 participants, including state DOT officials, legislators, members of the media and other stakeholders in multiple states. Phase 2 of the study will include a multistate truck pilot in partnership with a private company, the coalition said, to assess the “synergy between” current reporting requirements on commercial vehicles and MBUF collection. Phase 2 is currently scheduled to begin in 2019, the group noted. The $3.1 million worth of funding for this multi-year, two-phase study comes from the USDOT’s Surface Transportation System Funding Alternatives or “STSFA” program, the coalition noted, adding that Congress has authorized up to $95 million in federal grants over a five-year period to explore “alternative systems” of transportation funding. “The fundamental question we are begin-

The overall I-495 & I-270 Public-Private Partnership (P3) Program will include improvements for more than 70 miles of interstate in Maryland.

The overall I-495 & I-270 PublicPrivate Partnership (P3) Program will include improvements for more than 70 miles of interstate in Maryland including: • I-495 (Capital Beltway) from south of the American Legion Bridge over the Potomac River to east of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and • I-270 (Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Highway) from I-495 to I-70, including the east and west I-270 spurs. The I-495 & I-270 Managed Lanes study is the first element in the P3 Program. The I-495 & I-270 Managed Lanes Study Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) will include a review of existing and future traffic, roadway and environmental conditions to identify alternatives and assess potential impacts. The study limits for this first project will extend along I-495 from south of the American Legion Bridge to east of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and along I-270 from I-495 to I-370, including the east and west I-270 spurs.

The second element of the P3 Program will extend along I-270 from I-370 north to I-70. This environmental study is being jointly led by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA). The I-495 and I-270 Managed Lanes Study will evaluate the potential environmental impacts of alternatives that accommodate existing traffic and long-term traffic growth, and enhance trip reliability. Concurrent with the Environmental Study, MDOT SHA will be seeking proposals from the private sector to enter into a Public-Private Partnership (P3), to develop innovative approaches to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the potential improvements developed in the environmental study. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

ning to address is, as fuel tax revenue declines in the future due to improving efficiency and the growing use of alternative fuel vehicles, how will we pay to maintain and build infrastructure?” said Jennifer Cohan, secretary of DelDOT, in a statement. “This study is just a first step of many and will help us answer questions about mileagebased user fees and whether this is an alternative worth pursuing further.” “The majority of the MBUF studies have happened in western states, and this study brings the East Coast perspective and its unique challenges, such as managing out-ofstate mileage and synergies with toll authorities,” added Patricia Hendren, the I-95 Corridor Coalition’s executive director. “While neutral regarding MBUF as the ultimate solution for transportation funding, we want to make sure that the voices of citizens along the I-95 corridor are part of the national discussion.” For more information, visit i95coalition.org/. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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New Millennium Rentals Expands Into Jessup, Md. Peter E. Menner, president and founder of New Millennium Rentals, announced that the company is opening a branch location at 8366 Washington Blvd., Jessup, Md. According to Menner, “This new location is going to put us in a position to better serve our customers and expand our customer base in the Mid-Atlantic region.” From its headquarters in Florida, N.Y., New Millennium Rentals has been providing equipment rentals and rental solutions for the demolition, recycling, environmental and reconstruction industries since its founding in 1999. The company’s specialty is matching excavators with highly specialized demolition fronts and attachments through traditional distribution outlets. New Millennium Rentals is a distributor of Genesis attachments, which allows it to offer concrete processors, grapples and hydraulic hammers that are perfectly sized to maximize the efficiency of the demolition carriers that Ti Doeller they are paired with, according to the company. To maximize efforts at the Jessup, Md., branch, Ti Doeller has joined the staff as the Mid-Atlantic business development manager. Doeller has 15 years of experience selling construction equipment, as well as 10 years prior experience owning his own excavation business. His primary responsibility with New Millennium Rentals will include setting up the new branch and developing relationships with potential customers in the Mid-Atlantic region. “Working with Peter Menner has been a great experience,” Doeller said. “Peter is

New Millennium Rentals will offer excavators and attachments for the demolition market from its new facility in Maryland.

very enthusiastic and in tune with the needs of the demolition and recycling industries. Jessup is a great location for us, wedged in between Washington, D.C., and Baltimore — this region has been a high growth market even through the great recession and the demand for the types of machines that we offer is high.”

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An example from the New Millennium demolition machine fleet, a Link-Belt 350 X4 with a 3rd member mount Genesis GXT series rotating steel shear.

A Link-Belt 235 X3 with 2nd member boom-mounted Genesis GXT series rotating steel shear.

A Volvo 480E HRD with a 93 ft. reach demolition front.


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2004 KOBELCO 35SR (6008897), 4,450 Hrs, Cab, Yanmar Diesel Engine, 8380 Lbs, Quick Coupler, 12” & 24” QC Buckets..........................................$18,000

2015 KUBOTA R530R41 (3006503), 700 Hrs, Canopy, 74” LM Bkt, Hydr QC .. ......................................................$49,500

D L O S 2012 KUBOTA B26TLB (3001627), 665 Hrs, ROPS/FOPS, 18” Backhoe Bkt, Quick Coupler, 60” Loader Bkt ..$23,600

EXCAVATORS 2014 KOBELCO SK27SRC (2902702), 150 Hrs, ROPS Cab, Heater, Rubber Tracks 9.05”, Dozer Blade ........................................................................SOLD 2013 KUBOTA U25-R1T4 (6008885), 550 Hrs, Open ROPS, Rubber Tracks, Zero Tail Swing, Dozer Blade, Hydraulic Thumb, Quick Coupler, 18” Trenching Bucket ....................................................................................$29,000 2013 KUBOTA KX040-4R3A (3004658), 1,100 Hrs, Cab w/AC, Rubber Tracks, Angle Blade, QC, 24” Bkt, Hyd Thumb ....................................$43,000 2013 KUBOTA U55-4R3A (3004674), 1,700 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, rubber tracks, angle blade, QC, 24” bucket, HYD thumb ..................................$48,200 2013 KUBOTA KX057-4R3 (3004673), 1,600 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, rubber tracks, QC, 24” bkt ..................................................................................$48,200 2014 KOBELCO 140SR (2914013), 1,200 Hrs, Cab w/Heat, AC, Steel Tracks, 36” Bkt, Hnd Cntrl Pattern Changer ............................................SOLD 2013 KOBELCO SK260SR (2926004), 2,130 Hrs, Cab w/Heat, AC, Steel Tracks, Hyd QC, 42” Bkt, Pattern Changer ..........................................$142,000 2012 KOBELCO SK350LC-9 (2935002), 2,800 Hrs, Cab w/Air, Rear View Camera, 31.5” Shoes, 1&2 Way Aux Hyd, Mechanical Seat ................$149,900 2013 HYUNDAI R145LCR-9 (2514503), 750 Hrs, 9’10” Arm, AC & Heat, Rear View Camera, Dbl Acting Aux Hyd, 42” Bkt ................................$87,000 2016 HYUNDAI R60CR-9A (2506001), 150 Hrs, Cab w/AC & Heat, 6’3” Arm, Dozer Blade, Dbl Acting Aux Piping, Pattern Changer ................$53,900 2004 KOBELCO 35SR (6008897), 4,450 Hrs, Cab, Yanmar Diesel Engine, 8380 Lbs, Quick Coupler, 12” & 24” QC Buckets..................................$18,000

SKID STEER & COMPACT TRACK LOADERS 2011 BOBCAT T190 (6003899), 1,400 Hrs, Hydraulic Coupler, Standard Flow, Joystick Controls, 68” Bucket ......................................................$28,000 2000 NEW HOLLAND LS180 (6003898), 1,800 Hrs, 63 HP New Holland Diesel Engine, Cab, 7095 Lbs, Poly-Cutting Edge Hand & Foot Controls ........ ..................................................................................................................$15,000 2012 KUBOTA SVL90-2HC CTL (3011022), 1,600 Hrs, 84” Low Profile Bucket, Cab w/AC, Pilot Controls, Hydraulic Coupler ..........................$41,100 2012 CAT 279C2 (6003896), 1,600 Hrs, Pilot Controls, Hyd. Coupler, High Flow Aux. Hydraulics ..............................................................................$37,000

LOADER-BACKHOES 2014 JOHN DEERE 310K (20310546), 1,100 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, 4WD, 1.25 cu yd Bkt, 24” Backhoe Bkt ............................................................$80,000 2013 JOHN DEERE 310SK (6002991), 4900 Hrs, CAB, 4WD, 18” Backhoe Bucket, 1.25 cu yd bucket ........................................................$62,000 2015 JOHN DEERE 310SL (20310551), 1800 Hrs, Cab, MFWD, Lever Controls, 24" Backhoe Bucket, 1.3 Cu Yd Loader Bucket ....................$75,800 2015 JOHN DEERE 310SL (20310553), 1200 Hrs, Cab, MFWD, Lever Controls, 24"" Backhoe Bucket, 1.3 Cu Yd Loader Bucket....................$79,000

COMPACTION & PAVING EQUIPMENT 2014 DYNAPAC CC1200 (4007076), 360 Hrs, 47” Dual Drum Asphalt Roller, 35 HP Kubota Diesel Engine, Auto Vibration & Water Controls............$30,100 2015 DYNAPAC CA2500D (4007100), 850 Hrs, 12 Ton Soil Compactor, Auto Vibration Control, 84” x 59” Drum, Cummins Engine ..........................$79,900 2010 DYNAPAC CA250D-II (4007022), 1,250 Hrs, Open ROPS Cab, 84” Smooth Vibratory Drum, Cummins Engine, Limited Slip Rear Axle ....$49,900 BOMAG BW120 (6004733), 1025 Hrs ..................................................$3,950

DOZERS 2012 JOHN DEERE 450J LGP (20450239), 1,620 Hrs, Cab w/AC, 115” Blade, 24” Track Shoes, Air Delux Cloth Seat, Hyd Pump ....................$71,500 TRACTORS & UTILITY VEHICLES 2012 KUBOTA B26TLB (3001627), 665 Hrs, ROPS/FOPS, 18” Backhoe Bkt, Quick Coupler, 60” Loader Bkt ........................................................SOLD

LOADERS 2015 KAWASAKI 62Z7 (2706201), 550 Hrs, Heated Seat w/TLV Susp, BackUp Camera, QC Coupler, 20.5 R25 Radial Tires ..................................$113,500 2015 KUBOTA R530R41 (3006503), 700 Hrs, Canopy, 74” LM Bkt, Hydr QC ............................................................................................................$49,500 2010 KAWASAKI 70TMV-2 (2707005), 1,950 Hrs, Cab w/AC, 3.5 cu yds bucket, quick coupler, ride control ..........................................................$90,000 2013 KAWASAKI 80Z-7 (2708006), 880 Hrs, Cab w/Heat, AC, 3.7CU YD GP Bkt w/BOE, Hyd QC, Ride Control ................................................$180,000 TREE MAINTENANCE 2015 RAYCO RG40 (6009720), 625 Hrs, 40 HP Subaru Engine, Self Propelled, Back Fill Blade ........................................................................SOLD

ARTICULATED DUMP TRUCKS 2013 BELL B35D (4003502), 2,250 Hrs, Cab w/AC, Mercedes Diesel Engine, 35 Ton Capacity, Allison Trans, 26.5X25 Radial Tires, Tailgate ..........$259,000 MISCELLANEOUS 2015 KUBOTA M SERIES TIRES (6010720), 2 AMR8532 rear tires, 2 AMR8993 front tires ..........................................................................................$3,950 GEITH BS8B DITCHING BUCKET (6010723), 60” Ditching Bucket ..$1,500

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Kobelco Helps Tremson Clear Way for New Amusement Park With an assist from its Kobelco excavators, the Tremson Corporation, a land clearing contractor based in Brewster, N.Y., is clearing the way for the new Legoland amusement park, which is scheduled to open in Goshen, N.Y., in 2020. This theme park will be the third Legoland park in North America and is ideally positioned 60 miles northwest of New York City and within two hours of 23 million potential visitors. The site will include a 250-bedroom hotel, 50 rides shows and attractions, and with a 500-acre site, will have plenty of room for future expansion. The initial investment into the park will be $350 million. Before the excavation work of a project this size can begin, the site needs to be cleared, and to do that the Tremson Corporation got the call. Tremson is owned by brothers George and John Tremblay, and George Tremblay Jr. (L), of Tremson Corporation, and Jeff Underhill of Westchester Tractor. the company was founded by worth its weight in gold.” their father, George Trembley Sr., in the Kobelco Helps Clear the Way The Tremblays were so impressed with 1950’s. George Tremblay Sr. is still In 2016, Tremson Corporation purchased involved in the company today, running the its first Kobelco from Westchester Tractor the Kobelco that when they decided to day to day activities of the company’s recy- — an SK270SR 50,000-lb., zero tail swing expand their fleet, they purchased a Kobelco SK350LC from Westchester Tractor. cling facility. excavator. “On this site, we are using this 80,000For site clearing projects, Tremblay’s fleet “This machine really fit our needs at that includes log skidders, wood chippers and time,” said George Tremblay Jr. “Working in pound excavator for stump pulling. Thus far five excavators. At the future site of wooded environments, zero tail swing dra- it has been very popular with our operators. Legoland, its primary focus is on clearing matically decreased the footprint of the They really like the feel of the controls and wooded areas that are necessary for the site’s machine and decreased the opportunity for the 350 is giving us a lot of power in the development. The excavators on site have damaging the excavator. Its size is ideal for stump pulling application. Particularly in been purchased by Tremblay over the years easy transport and the excavator is equipped this type of application we are very happy from Westchester Tractor in Brewster, N.Y. with a NYE stump shear which has been with Kobelco’s INDR system [Integrated

The Kobelco SK270SR 50,000-lb., zero tail swing excavator has been a valuable addition to Tremson Corporation’s fleet.

Noise and Dust Reduction cooling system].” In contrast to conventional systems, which use a large fan near the intake port to cool the engine, INDR creates a “wind pathway” that naturally introduces air into the system with a fan located farther inside the machine, which makes it possible to reduce noise, heat and prevent dust penetration. This INDR system allows Kobelco to build excavators that are much quieter than regulatory requirements dictate. This was accomplished by offsetting the fan and moving it farther inside the machine so there is no direct line between the fan and the air outside. Soundwaves generated by the fan and engine hit several internal duct walls and lose most of their energy before it reaches outside, according to the manufacturer. “We have developed a strong working relationship with Jeff Underhill, our sales rep with Westchester Tractor. Jeff introduced us to the Kobelco product and we have had no disappointments. Product service and support has been excellent. Jeff and his team at Westchester Tractor have demonstrated the ability to match our needs with the right equipment,” Tremblay said. About Tremson Corporation Tremson Corporation is a full service, family owned and operated land clearing, tree removal and grubbing company that has see TREMSON page 112

The latest addition to the Tremson Corporation excavator fleet is the Kobelco SK350LC, which is being used at the Legoland site for stump pulling.


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2015 Terex RT265T 2 Speed, Quick Cplr, Heat, AC, 18” Rubber Tracks, Wiper, 74” Bucket with Bolt-on Edge, stk8610 $61,500

2012 National 14127A, 33 Ton, 127’ Boom, SFO, Ball, Full LMI, AC in Operator Cab, Peterbilt 365, Paccar 380HP, Eaton Fuller 8LL Trans, stk9557 ........................$265,000

2008 Link-Belt HTC8690, 35’ to 58’ Fly, 8.5-Ton Ball, 40-Ton Block, 2 Winches, stk9023 ....................$409,500

2014 Maeda MC305-2, 6530 Lb. Capacity Rating, 41’ Boom, A2B, Safety System With Auto Shutdown, Block, 360 Degree Swing, Yanmar Diesel Engine, Stk7817 $POR

2017 National 1300A, 110’+44’, 18’ Wood Deck, SFO, Peterbilt 348, stk9094 ..............................................$POR

2003 Grove TMS900E, 90 ton, 142’+56’, two winches, 35-ton block, ball, hyd luffing jib, hyd tilting cab, Cummins ISM 450HP, stk8397 ..........................$275,000

1997 Link-Belt HTC8670, 115’+61’ Two Winches, Block, Ball, Aux Sheave, Greer RCL & A2B, Detroit Series 60 365HP, Jake Brake, stk4175 ..............................$189,500

2015 Volvo ECR145EL, Dozer Blade, Engine Block Heater, AC, Extra Work Lights, Rearview Camera, Pilot Control Pattern Changer, stk8604 ......................$144,900

2001 Link-Belt RTC8065II, One Winch, Auxiliary Lifting Sheave, 8.5-ton Swivel Ball, 40-ton Block, 35’ to 58’ Offset Fly, stk6199 ............................................$299,500


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

724/947-2235 Day/Night Fax 724/947-3820 Call Andy Miller Established 1928 Our Greatest Assets .. Our Employees OFF ROAD HAULERS

COMPACTORS

CRANES

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

AIR COMPRESSORS

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

BACKHOES

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

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

CRAWLER TRACTORS

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

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

MOTOR SCRAPERS

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

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

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

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

TRUCKS & TRAILERS

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

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


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New York State Fairgrounds to Gain New Expo Center By Sondra Rossi

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CEG EDITORIAL ASSISTANT

Big things are coming to the New York State Fairgrounds. So big, in fact, that the new expo center being built on the grounds is being touted as “the largest event facility north of New York City and between Boston and Cleveland” by the NYS Fairgrounds website. The 136,000-sq.-ft. building is part of Phase II of Gov. Cuomo’s plan to revitalize the nation’s oldest state fair and fairgrounds in a comprehensive strategy to revitalize communities and grow the economy. The massive overhaul of the New York State Fairgrounds is a part of a program that has been titled, “Central New York Rising.” The total contract, which was awarded to HBP Joint Venture, is valued at $62 million. The facility will feature 110,000-sq.-ft. of flexible program space along with 4,000 retractable seats. When being utilized as a trade show facility it will hold up to 500 (10 by 10 ft.) booth spaces. Remaining space in the facility will include event work space, meeting and conference rooms, a concession area, catering area and an outside balcony. The facility, which will be located in the heart of the 375acre Fairgrounds, is scheduled to be open in time for the 2018 State Fair. Christina Steel Christina Steel of Glenville, N.Y., is handling the steel erection on the project and currently has 30 employees on site. On this particular job, Christina Steel will be called upon to handle approximately one million ft. of steel. The trusses are 260-ft. long and 21-ft. deep, each weighing 60 tons. Because of their size, 14 of the trusses are being assembled on site, creating the need for several cranes to be used to position each piece of steel into position so that it can be bolted together before being placed into position. Due to an extraordinarily long winter and late spring, work on the project, which started Feb. 12, has had its share of challenges. With the continuous thawing and deep re-freezing the ground has been unstable and high winds and snow have shut down the project on several occasions. Woods CRW, Link-Belt Supply the Iron There are four cranes on site — a 300-ton crane, which Christina Steel has on rent, along with three Link-Belt cranes that originated from Woods CRW’s Syracuse, N.Y., location. One of the three Link-Belt cranes is a RTC-8099 rough-terrain crane, which Christina Steel purchased from Woods CRW. The primary function of this crane on the job site has been to load and unload materials coming in and out. The cranes that are unique to this project are a pair of Link-Belt TCC-750 telescoping boom 75-ton crawler cranes with 115 ft. of boom and 58 ft. of jib. Equipped with the Link-Belt Pulse, the cranes have programmable features that each operator can customize to their display. Once operators have found the feel and capacities that they are looking for from the crane, the Pulse system allows them to move from one crane to another and immediately establish the same feel

The architectural rendering of the expo center.

The partially erected expo center.

and setup. These two cranes are on rent from Woods CRW specifically to handle the assembly and tie-in of the 60-ton trusses. This would not be considered the typical application for this size and configuration of crane, however Woods CRW, which is Christina Steel’s primary supplier of cranes, specifically recommended that for this particular job, the telescoping boom and the mobility of this size tracked machine would be ideal. “These cranes have exceeded all my expectations, particularly their mobility on the site,” said George Audi, general manager of Christina Steel and husband of company president Christina Audi. “They are very capable of picking up the pieces of these see EXPO page 116

George Audi (L), general manager of Christina Steel and Gary Plasencia, territory manager of Woods CRW.


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2007 CAT 740 Articulated Truck, Stk#: UP14540, 7,937 hrs, EQUIPPED: Cab, A/C, Retarder .......... ................................................................$325,000

2012 CAT 908H Compact Wheel Loader, Stk#: UT16211, 1,522 hrs, EQUIPPED: CAB; WHEEL STEERING; 12MPH TRANSMISSION; JOYSTICK, PILOT 3 VALVE; HORIZONTAL COUPLER; MP BUCKET; 405/70R20 TIRES ....................$71,000

2011 MOROOKA MST-1500VD DUMP TRUCK, Stock #: UT16060 SMU/Hrs: 2,071, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING; 28IN RUBBER TRACKS; STEEL ROLLERS; FOLD DOWN SIDE RAILS...... ..................................................................$88,000

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2014 CAT CB64 Asphalt Roller, Stk#: UP15994, 2,170 hrs, EQUIPPED: OROPS, SMOOTH DRUMS, VERSA VIBE SYSTEM, WATER DIST MATS, HITCH..........................................$136,500

2010 CAT 963D Track Type Tractor, Stk#: UP15915, 6,518 hrs, EQUIPPED: 22in TRACKS, EROPS, GP BUCKET, REPLACED TRACK ASSEMBLY, SYSTEM ONE UC, V-LEVER TRANS CONTROL ................................$190,000

2015 CAT 232D SKID STEER LOADER; ID# UT16154, 63 hrs, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING; 2-SPEED TRAVEL; MULTI FLOW HYDRAULICS; ELECTRIC COUPLER; ELEC CONTROL FOR IMPLEMENTS; BUCKET; 10-16.5 8PR TIRES ...... ..................................................................$40,000

2016 CAT D8TCGC Track Type Tractor, Stk#: UT16216, 2,710 hrs, EQUIPPED: A/C, Semi U Blade, EROPS, Single Shank Ripper, Joystick Steering, Single Tilt ................................$605,000

2009 CAT 963D Track Type Loader, Stk#: UP14008, 5,227 hrs, EQUIPPED: GP Bucket, MS Ripper w/3 shanks, Std UC, 21.5in DG Shoes, Tier 3 Eng ..............................................$164,500

2008 CAT 328DLCR HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, Stock #: UP15698 SMU/Hrs: 4,297, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING; COLD WEATHER START; PATTERN CHANGER; 10FT 6IN STICK; CB2 LINKAGE; BUCKET; 24IN TG TRACKS ........$185,000

2013 CAT D7E LGP Track Type Tractor, Stk#: UT16148, 4,948 hrs, EQUIPPED: EROPs, A/C, RV Camera, Single Tilt, C-Weight, D-bar, 26in Tradp HD Pads, Diff Steer, Straight Blade, Std UC ................................................................$328,000

2015 CAT 374FL Hyd Excavator, Stk#: UP16217, 4,023 hrs, EQUIPPED: A/C, RV Camera, Cold Weather Start, 25Ft Boom, 11ft Stick, C-weight Removal, 36in tracks, Heavy Duty Bucket.............. ................................................................$620,000

2011 CAT D6T XL TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR, Stock #: UP16098P SMU/Hrs: 1,398, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING; DIFF STEERING; RIPPER CONTROL IN CAB WITH LINES; SU BLADE, SINGLE TILT; DRAWBAR; SYSTEM ONE UC; 24IN SHOES ..........................................$240,000

2005 CAT 963C TRACK TYPE LOADER; ID# UP15595, 12775 hrs, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING; TWO LEVER BUCKET CONTROL; GP BUCKET; 22IN TRACKS ..........................................$65,000

2013 CAT 966K WHEEL LOADER, Stock #: UP15962 SMU/Hrs: 4,444, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING; AUTO SHIFT; REAR CAMERA; COLD START PACKAGE; JOYSTICK STEERING; RIDE CONTROL; FUSION COUPLER; GP BUCKET; 26.5R25 TIRES ......................................$220,000

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2012 CAT 420F IT Backhoe Ldr, Stk#: UT16512, 2,122 hrs, EQUIPPED: 24in GP Tooth BKT, HYD THUMB, EXTENDABLE STICK, TIER 4 ENG ........ ..................................................................$58,000

2012 CAT D8T TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR, Stock #: UT14398 SMU/Hrs: 10,515, TIER IV C-15 ENGINE; EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING; DIFF STEERING; SINGLE TILT; SS RIPPER; STANDARD SALT UC; 24IN SHOES ..............$375,000

2013 CAT 906H COMPACT WHEEL LOADER, Stock #: UP15773 SMU/Hrs: 2,220, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING; THIRD VALVE; JOYSTICK; HORIZONTAL NON-SSL STYLE COUPLER; GP BUCKET; FORKS ....................................$57,000

2016 GOMACO GP3 SLIPFORM PAVER, Stk#: UP16455, 1,234 hrs, EQUIPPED: 23ft 11in Wide 5400 Series Open, 3D Hardware/Software ready, 7ft Dual Teles, 90deg Tracks, Auto On/Onn Vibrators, Auto Center Bar Inserter, Emerg Stop Switches, Use with G+ Control Sys, Four 42in Stroke Legs, Front Slipform Mold Assembly, HI Pressure Water, Hyd Leg Pivots, Hyd Pump, LH/RH Side Bar Inserters, One Dual Fan Heat Exchanger, Polyeurethane Track Pads, Remote Op Display, Telescoping Alum Platform, Tier 3, Twenty Hyd Vibrators........$810,000


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Arm, GUTO Inspected standard lift 988F arm, Stock# 4E7522/63584 Arm, GUTO Inspected 930G Standard lift arm 2357301, Stock# 2357301/67960 Arm, Good used take off arm, all bores inspected, no cracks Cat # 1157044 Standard lift, Stock# 1157044/68123 Arm, TAKE OFF- BEARINGS NEED REPLACED, Stock# 1133727/73616 Axle, GUTO REAR AXLE GROUP, 1383121 SUITES 950G/962G/IT62G, Stock# 1383121/35700 Axle, GUTO inspected front (fixed) axle, Roll out, complete with diff and wheel groups fits 980G, Stock# 1080060/68119 Axle, Rebuilt rear axle, includes Rebearinged trunions. Part# 2677380, Stock# 2677380/71827 Axle, Good used inspected rear axle, Stock# 1079680/71963 Axle, Good used rear axle, inspected. No trunion support housings. Includes 1378851 diff, 1929822 wheel groups, Stock# 1378832/68732 Blade, Angle, GUTO D6T XW COMPLETE ANGLE BLADE GROUP WITH C FRAME FITS D6T XW ONLY, Stock# 3341764/58556 Blade, Angle, LIKE NEW TAKE OFF ANGLE BLADE TO FIT MOST SKID STEERS, Stock# 2315275/61395 Blade, Angle, Like new take off D6TXL Angle blade group Blade: 3341739 C Frame: 3341742, Stock# 3527618/66974 Blade, Angle, Good used take off angle blade, all pin bores repaired. Fits D6T LGP, Stock# 2940812/72076 Blade, Angle, D7R Angle blade, good used call for details, Stock# BL660 Blade, Angle, D6T XL Angle blade group 3787905, Stock# BL474 Blade, Angle, D6TXL ANGLE BALDE GROUP 3787905, Stock# BL497 Blade, Angle, D6T XL ANGLE BLADE GROUP 3787905, Stock# BL551 Blade, Angle, D6TXL ANGLE BLADE GROUP 3787905, Stock# BL552 Blade, Other, Low hour take off knock down blade suits 314E Includes 2824580 blade group, left and right hand cylinders with guards, Stock# 3387943/51608 Blade, Other, Like new take off knock down blade fits CS573E Part# 223-8997, Stock# 2238997/65870 Blade, SU, D7E Complete SU Blade groups, never installed 3034730, Stock# BL400 Blade, SU, D10T SU BLADE GROUP Call for details, Stock# BL315 Blade, SU, D7E Complete SU Blade group, never installed 3034730, Stock# BL402 Blade, U, Rebuilt D9L U Blade # 9J7420, Stock# 9J7420/42578 Booms, GUTO BOOM 4300 mm / 14.1 ft SUITES 311/312, Stock# 5I3412/54544 Booms, GOOD USED TAKE OFF INSPECTED. NO CRACKS 22.6' / 6.9M, Stock# 1271409/71069 Booms, TAKE OFF- FOOT PIN BEARINGS CRACKED, Stock# 1839140/73275 Booms, Good used take off 242 ( 6150mm / 20.17') Reach Boom, Stock# 2343799/50540 Booms, 4.25M High lift boom Rebuilt complete Includes 255-0042 GRP 1970679 Linkage Grp 2311955 Rebuilt tilt cylinder sold exchange, Stock# 2318178/75933 Booms, M540CK SIDEBOOM FOR CAT D6K LGP, Stock# MS2080 Booms, LONG REACH BOOM & STICK FOR 320 USED CALL FOR DETAILS, Stock# MS3194 Bucket, Ditch Cleaning, Godet style quick coupler bucket, 42 also includes Godet style quick coupler fits Cat 305.5D, Stock# 700068060/60885 Bucket, GP, Very good used front 420F Pin on bucket, 1.4 CY, Stock# 3377388/51594 Bucket, GP, 36 F Linkage bucket, good condition, Stock# 1458066/68565 Bucket, GP, 988 bucket, Stock# 980test Bucket, GP, GOOD USED 953D QUICK COUPLER STYLE BUCKET, Stock# 1098156/78252 Bucket, GP, 48 B LINKAGE BUCKET, Stock# BU3767 Bucket, GP, 48 F LINKAGE ESCO BRAND, Stock# BU3768 Bucket, Other, NEW TOMAHAWK BRAND STUMP BUCKET, SUITS MOST ALL BRANDS OF SKID STEERS, Stock# THSB/56740 Bucket, Other, Rockland Brand Trapezoidal bucket 60 on top, 24 on bottom Model ETZ 1.57 CY3 Very good used, Stock# BU8344 Bucket, Other, Rockland Brand Trapezoidal Bucket 60 on top 24 on bottom Model ETZ 1.57 CY3 CB linkage family Unused, Stock# BU3843 Bucket, Other, 60 SCRAP BUCKET, Stock# BU3752 Bucket, Rock, REPAIRED AS NEEDED, Stock# 5V5601/60577 Bucket, Rock, 7 Y3 SPADE NOSE BUCKET REPAIRED, Stock# 9V0219/60984 Bucket, Severe-Duty, 42 DB Linkage severe duty bucket Call for details, Stock# BU3226 Cab, EROPS, EROPS Cab, recondtioned suits D10 84W, Stock# 3T8106/36149 Cab, EROPS, GOOD USED TAKE OFF 980G CAB FITS 2KR & 9CM SERIAL NUMBER PREFIX, Stock# 1097922/47687 Cab, EROPS, GOOD USED TAKE OFF CAB GRP FITS D9R/D10R/D11R, Stock# 1118549/50331 Cab, EROPS, GOOD USED TAKE OFF 992C/D CAB, Stock# 2V5075/46948 Cab, EROPS, Bare cab, no glass or trim 992C/992D/690B, Stock# 9V5306/30599 Cab, EROPS, GOOD USED D350E CAB 7U4400, Stock# 7U4400/40232 Cab, EROPS, Good used take off cab, inspected Fits 980G 2KR PART# 1097922, Stock# 1097922/65276 Cab, EROPS, GUTO CAB Glass needs replaced, sold as is, Stock# 1276516/75461 Cab, EROPS, GUTO CAB, Stock# 1516714/69568 Cab, EROPS, GUTO VERY CLEAN CAB 125-3367 DASH PANEL CRACKED MONITOR PANEL BAD INSPECTED FOR MSHA RE-CERT, Stock# 1674447/74762

3292067/80789 374D 5 CYD Bucket

Cab, EROPS, GUTO CAB, Stock# 2356906/67959 Cab, EROPS, RECONDITIONED AS NEEDED, Stock# 2704810/76700 Cab, EROPS, GUTO CAB, Stock# 1587696/72079 Cab, EROPS, RECONDITIONED AS NEEDED INCLUDES 8E2391 PLATFORM CAB # 1196724 MEETS MEETS MSHA STANDARDS FOR RE-CERT, Stock# 1196724/71447 C-Frame, Like new take off C Frame assembly, Stock# 3341767/66973 Counterweight, 2300 LB Counterweight fits 980G 2KR, Stock# 1146030/65810 Counterweight, Good used take off Counterweight 7385 LBS, Stock# 3374888/62291 Counterweight, Counterweight group, pins and links are in need of repair, Stock# 6T3584/62617 Counterweight, FRONT COUNTERWEIGHT LIKE NEW TAKE OFF, Stock# 2568796/76136 Counterweight, REAR COUNTERWEIGHT 4866 LBS, Stock# 6Y0610/74832 Counterweight, 705 LB Counterweight Cat # 3745858 Take off, Stock# MS2271 Coupler / Quick Coupler, NEW TAKE OFF FUSION STYLE QUICK COUPLER, Stock# 3336550/58732 Coupler / Quick Coupler, NEW CAT HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER, Stock# 3611097/76152 Coupler / Quick Coupler, New Tasca hydraulic quick coupler, Stock# 336QCT/77452 Coupler / Quick Coupler, GOOD USED 953 QUICK COUPLER, Stock# 2407867/78253 Coupler / Quick Coupler, 2567-5693 IT Coupler hook for SA30 Broom, Stock# BRK886 Coupler / Quick Coupler, New Take Off 938K/938M Fusion interface quick coupler, Stock# 3498040/78268 Coupler / Quick Coupler, 385C HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER, Stock# GA126 Coupler / Quick Coupler, Hydraulic quick coupler ISO/VOLVO Designed to pick up Volvo interface quick coupler attachments, Stock# CU880 Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used IT Coupler hook used only on a Cat SA30 Broom Cat # 2675693, Stock# BRK886 Cylinder, Boom/Lift, Good used polished rod fits front shovel boom lift cylinder 121-8909 Rod part # 1393788, Stock# 1393788/72191 Differential, Good used take out, inspected differential suits 824C Part # 4v1073, Stock# 4V1073/31078 Differential, Good used inspected, Stock# 6W7420/59790 Differential, Rebuilt 836C diff, no spin, Stock# 1367631/55993 Differential, USED, HAS BAD RING GEAR AND PINION AS IS, Stock# 4E1990 Differential, USED TAKE OUT, AS IS RING GEAR AND PINION BAD, Stock# 4E1989/43628 Engine, Good running take out 3176 engine, suits 345B. Rod / main bearings replaced, new oil pump, water pump and turbo. Dyno tested: results available., Stock# 1382001/37356 Engine, Rebuilt 3408 all Cat parts, suits 769D, Stock# 1230206/32272 Engine, GRTO Engine, fits D11R 9TR. Rod/ main bearings, oil pump and water pump, ECM replaced. Overhead ran and dyno tested. 90 day warranty against major failure, Stock# 1008111/62564 Engine, REBUILT 3306 DI TO FIT D6H SOLD EXCHANGE, Stock# 7C0501/65537 Engine, REBUILT 777C ENGINE ALL CAT PARTS, Stock# 7E9078/36720 Engine, REBUILT LONG BLOCK PLUS CORE REQUIRED, SOLD EXCHANGE, Stock# 2250992/55693 Engine, Rebuilt exchange, Stock# 1981441/72823 Engine, GRTO NEW ROD/ MAIN BEARINGS DYNO TESTED, Stock# 2421399/76431 Engine, Low hour GRTO Rod / main bearings replaced pistons re-ringed dyno tested, Stock# 3452887/77187 Equalizer Bars, REBUILT D11R CAMBER frame equalizer bar. We do not use e-bars that have cracked / failed in the center bore, Stock# 2072684 Equalizer Bars, REBUILT D7H equalizer bar. We do not use e-bars that have cracked / failed in the center bore, Stock# 1414690/28344 Equalizer Bars, CORE ONLY, BOTH OUTER BORES NEED TO HAVE LINE BORE PERFORMED, Stock# 2012078/38992 Final Drive, GOOD USED TAKE OFF INSPECTED FITS 8YG MACHINES ONLY!, Stock# 4E2664/43974 Final Drive, Rebuilt final drive, without motor suits 345B Part # 136-2847, Stock# 1362847 Final Drive, Rebuilt 980G Wheel groups, Stock# 1605585/8037 Final Drive, REBUILT FINAL DRIVE, INCLUDES REBUILT TRAVEL MOTOR 1141488, Stock# 1141488/61170 Final Drive, New Cat 980M/980K Wheel groups 3715138, 3715138 Final Drive, NEW CAT, Stock# 1026548/70872 Final Drive, REBUILT, INCLUDES SPROCKETS, Stock# 7G5532/73228 Final Drive, 1600 HOUR TAKE OFF NO SPROCKET SEGMENTS INSPECTED, Stock# 3242343/79616 Fork, Log/Lumber, Used Rockland Manufacturing Brand Log/ Lumber forks 76 carriage tines 48x 6 x 2 Nominal pin bore wear, Stock# ITFORK/78340 Grapple, GP, Good used take off G125B Contractors Grapple Complete with pins and mounting plate, Stock# 2756075/79396 Grapple, Scrap/Salvage, 48 PEMBERTON GRAPPLE FITS CAT 345B F LINKAGE FAMILY, GA120 Grapple, Scrap/Salvage, 44 LABONTY GRAPPLE, Stock# GA126 Grapple, Scrap/Salvage, 48 PEMBERTON GRAPPLE, Stock# GA119 Hydraulics, RESEALED SWIVEL 4I7603 SUITES CAT 311 EXCAVATOR, Stock# 4I7603/54757 Other, New Cat VERS-A-MAT AS2302 Front Mount Screed *electric screed plates 10' width, Stock# 2518303/53371 Other, New Cat 5130 Rollers Part# 1554102/32845, 1554102/32845 Other, Good used H link for 5130 Mass Ex., Stock# 1072940/326 Other, Rebuilt brake and steering clutch from D6R LGP Part# 8E5273 Rebuilt, Stock# 8E5273/38926

1322258/80648 IT28G GP Bucket

Other, Used KENCO KL9000 BARRIER LIFTER, Stock# MS3195 Other, GOMACO CURB AND GUTTER MOLD, Stock# MS1452 Other, like new take off Sold as set of 2, Stock# 3041894 Ripper, LIKE NEW TAKE OFF RIPPER SUITS D6K2, Stock# 3951786/74013 Ripper, NEW RIPPER SUITS D6NXL, Stock# 3215607/78053 Ripper, New take off D7E Multi shank ripper 2451212, Stock# RR168 Ripper, Good used take off single shank ripper for D8T, Stock# 2156422/80436 Swing Drive, Take off swing drive, inspected and resealed. Includes 7I8627 Swing motor, motor is used and not inspected, Stock# 7I7761/57080 Swing Drive, REBUILT 330B SWING DRIVE, Stock# 1141305/32317 Thumb, 312 Linkage Stiff link thumb, Stock# BT625 Torque Converters, Rebuilt D10 84W Torque part # 6P6412, Stock# 6P6412/31183 Torque Converters, Rebuilt, all Cat parts, Torque converter to fit 824B/836/836C, Stock# 1431234/56095 Torque Converters, Rebuilt 988H Torque Convertor part# 128-5303 Sold exchanage, Stock# 1285303/52676 Torque Converters, Rebuilt Torque convertor part# 6T4674 Suits 773B, Stock# 6T4674/42945 Torque Converters, New take out, never installed 970F Torque convertor, bare, no cover. Part# 146, 3329, 1463329/43970 Torque Converters, Rebuilt D6N LGP Torque convertor part # 188-0502, Stock# 1880502/44386 Torque Converters, Rebuilt torque converter, suits D10R Cat# 110-2769, Stock# 1102769/35220 Torque Converters, Good used inspected D11R/T Torque converter # 121-0030, Stock# 1210030/47691 Torque Converters, CORE ONLY REMOVED FROM MACHINE THAT SUFFERED TRANS FAILURE NEEDS CLEANED OUT / RESEALED SOLD AS IS, Stock# 1103391/71477 Torque Converters, CORE ONLY Torque only, no cover Torque has been disassembled and inspected reassembled loosely, cannot be installed in machine as is all parts guaranteed to meet Cat reusability guidelines, Stock# 1210028/59566 Torque Converters, REBUILT EXCHANGE, Stock# 1613306/65016 Torque Converters, REBUILT, Stock# 2267609/64986 Torque Converters, REBUILT, Stock# 2697635/72219 Torque Converters, REBUILT EXCHANGE, Stock# 8E7009/64425 Torque Converters, REBUILT CORE REQUIRED, Stock# 8E8999/74015 Torque Converters, Good running take out removed from operable machine screens checked clean, Stock# 8E8999/74569 Track Frame, REBUILT R/H TRACK FRAME, INCLUDES SUSPENSION GROUP, UPDATED TO THREE BOLT MAJORS NO ROLLING STOCK 6Y2686- R/H FRAME, Stock# 6Y2686/54865 Track Frame, REBUILT L/H TRACK FRAME, INCLUDES SUSPENSION GROUP, UPDATED TO THREE BOLT MAJORS NO ROLLING STOCK 6Y2687- L/H FRAME, Stock# 6Y2687/54866 Track Frame, Rebuilt RIGHT HAND D8R Track frames, includes Idlers 0-24% worn, rollers 20-30% worn, Stock# 9W6491/66669 Track Frame, REBUILT, BARE NO ROLLING STOCK BOGIE PINS REPLACED AS NEEDED ALL OTHERS RE-LUBBED TRACK ADJUSTERS REBUILT NEW CHROME SLEEVE ON RECOIL NEW BEARINGS AND SEALS INSTALLED ALL REINFORCEMNT UPDATES PERFORMED TOE OUT APPLICATION, Stock# 1380576 & 1380577 Track Frame, GOOD USED INSPECTED- AIR TESTED GOOD LEFT AND RIGHT HAND, 1753632 & 1753633 Track Frame, INSPECTED, ADJUSTER RESEALED FRONT RECOILS REBEARINGED AND RESEALED, Stock# 2393231 & 2393232 Transmissions, Rebuilt 988B 50W Transmission, part # 9W0782. All Cat parts, Stock# 9W0782/32318 Transmissions, 500 hour take out, dyno tested (dyno results available) Part# 2348866 fits 938G, Stock# 2348866/32134 Transmissions, Resealed, new clutch plates installed part# 9M8300, Stock# 9M8300/42387 Transmissions, REBUILT 992C TRANSMISSION, Stock# 3P9241/59831 Transmissions, Rebuilt 988G transmission, sold exchange All Cat Parts part# 1922914, Stock# 1922914/66703 Transmissions, REBUILT 924G TRANSMISSION SOLD EXCHNAGE, Stock# 1402772/57646 Transmissions, GRTO AIR TESTED CLUTCH PACKS- OK, Stock# 1164860/74079 Transmissions, REBUILT WILL NOT WORK WITH SERIES I 2KR PREFIX, Stock# 1167684/71797 Transmissions, REBEARINGED / RESEALED DOES NOT INCLUDE 4C1801 GEAR GROUP, Stock# 1230755/40296 Transmissions, GRTO Transmission Filter and screen clean air tested clutch packs- ok, Stock# 8E9035/73783 Transmissions, REBUILDABLE CORE ONLY 2KR, Stock# 1066452/70110 Transmissions, 2372331 REBUILT 972H TRANSMISSION, Stock# 2372331/80168 Transmissions, Rebuilt transmission, Stock# 2372331/80168 Winch, Good used take off CARCO 70APS D6T TIER 4 INTERIEM Includes rear screen and controls, Stock# 09056/71087 Winch, D6RIII/ D6T PA 56 WINCH Good used take off No controls 2.78:1 ratio with free spool, Stock# 2827492/72873 Winch, New Cat pa55 standard speed winch For Tier III machine D6N, Stock# WN275 Winch, CAARCO 50B STANDARD SPEED WINCH ( Equivalent to Cat PA55) For D6N Tier III, Stock# WN363 Winch, PA90 Winch with mounting brackets, lines and controls Suits D7E, Stock# WN411

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The Here and There of Dirt Providing Dirt Contractors With Critical Cut and Fill Quantities for Their Projects By Jeff Winke SPECIAL TO CEG

In the early 2000s, Jim Hammond did something historic in his life. He decides to shift his highway and heavy civil construction career to begin working for the toughest boss he’s ever known ... himself. Hammond launched Hammond Estimating & Consulting, based in Canandaigua, N.Y. “When I was putting my business plan together for my new firm, I was thinking ‘how can I best help my fellow dirt contractors succeed in their work?’” Hammond said. “I decided to focus on the necessary tasks that contractors need to complete before any heavy equipment hits the site. Calculating the exact quantities of dirt for cut and fill on earthworks projects can provide better cost estimates, as well as determine resource allocation With InSite SiteWork, all the calculations are accurately supported by graphics. and project time.” Hammond understood that contractors generally want to be working in accurate data. Larger contractors soon fol- Consulting has about 20 solid contractor the field, getting things done than in the lowed, seeing the advantages of having an customers ranging in size of $1 million to office running numbers. For many, quantity outside professional take care of their proj- more than $100 million in annual project estimating is a necessary evil — it must be ects’ dirt quantities needs. Hammond hit it volume. Their contractor customers are done, but they hate doing it. He first targeted right — dirt movers do see the value of get- based all over North America. “Ever since I was a boy working in my smaller contractors that have limited staff to ting accurate estimates. Today, Hammond Estimating & Dad’s construction company, I’ve been begin with, but still have the critical need for

Jim Hammond launched Hammond Estimating & Consulting, based in Canandaigua, N.Y.

interested in computers and the technology that can make construction tasks easier,” stated Hammond. “With my interest in computers, I got thinking that there’s got to be a program for quantifying dirt — three dimensionally.” Hammond started looking for programs and learned that InSite Software Inc., of Rochester, N.Y., was developing its SiteWork Earthwork and Utility Estimating Software for calculating cut and fill, stripping, strata quantities, paving and concrete materials, topsoil re-spread, areas, lengths, trench excavation and backfill. The software was being designed to be easy to use, with an intuitive approach, familiar terms site estimators use every day and easy-to-use editing tools for revisions. “InSite Software company is located close to me, so I contacted them and we hit it off from the start,” Hammond said. ‘They have the same business ethics that I ascribe to, namely being honest, fair, and hard working. There are other programs for calculating take offs but they are more expensive and difficult to work with. What really sold me on InSite is that they have dirt moving experience and understand exactly what a contractor needs — they understand earthwork and subgrade cubic quantities.” Hammond began working closely with InSite Software as the company was developing its SiteWork Earthwork and Utility Estimating Software and provided feedback and suggested refinements. The software program has become integral to the services that Hammond Estimating provides its contractor customers. Hammond said: “I use computer-aided take-off for its accuracy. It helps me ensure that my customers get the data they need to complete their projects on time. And I tell my customers that they do not owe me a nickel unless they are 100 percent satisfied with my work. With InSite SiteWork, all the calculations are accurately supported by graphics, so the dirt-mover can visualize their cut and fill requirements on the project before they even start it.” The first job that Hammond used InSite software on was for Morris Excavating, White Pigeon, Mich. Morris needed to calsee DIRT page 106


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2015 DOOSAN DX180LC-3: 850 HRS, HELAC POWERTILT COUPLER, DUAL HYDRAULIC KITS, 1 BUCKET ..................................................................................$122,500 2015 DOOSAN DX225LC-3: 1800 HRS, HELAC POWERTILT COUPLER, DUAL HYDRAULIC KITS, 1 BUCKET ..................................................................................$129,500

2016 KPI-JCI FT4250CC, (1) PIONEER FT4250, S/N- 415918, CLOSE CIRCUIT TRACK MOUNTED IMPACTOR INCLUDES: ENGINE - CAT C13 440 HP, TIER IV, 1800 RPM CONTROL SYSTEM - RADIO REMOTE IMPACTOR - 4250 HORIZONTAL SHAFT WITH HEAVY-DUTY SOLID ROTOR ASSEMBLY, 3 REVERSIBLE AND REPLACEABLE BLOW BARS, HOURS: 358, SERIAL NUMBER: 415918, CONDITION: USED, STOCK NUMBER: AG1233 ..........................................................................................$837,500

DON T SET LIMITS ON WHAT YOU CAN DO. Most excavators com me with a power boost function that can deliver extra force when you needd it most – but only for a few seconds at a time. What good does that do when you have a whole day’s work

SUPERIOR BROOM MODEL SM80CT: FRONT MOUNTED SELF-PROPELLED, 80HP CUMMINS, PRESSURIZED CAB, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 2800 HRS..$CALL

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2016 KPI-JCI FT2650, FT2650 TRACK MOUNTED JAW CRUSHER ENGINE CAT C9.3 300 HP, TIER IV, 1800 RPM CONTROL SYSTEM - RADIO REMOTE/TETHER VANGUARD JAW CRUSHER - 2650 AUTOMATIC HYDRAULIC DUAL WEDGE ADJUST CSS, HYDRAULIC DRIVE FOR CRUSHER, HOURS: 428, SERIAL NUMBER: 416212, CONDITION: USED, STOCK NUMBER: AG1238 ..................................$675,000

a dedicated heavy lift function that provides ~10% more power whe h n liftiing and swinging. Combib ne that with our heavy-duty construction and you

ANACONDA TD516: TRACKED TROMMEL SCREEN 5 X 16 TROMMEL, EASILY TRANSPORTABLE, FORWARD & REVERSE 4-WHEEL DRUM DRIVE, 84HP JCB ENGINE, VARIABLE SPEED ON DRUM & ALL CONVEYORS, 2 UNITS AVAILABLE ..........................................................................................................$176,675

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2017 ASTEC GT165: 5 X 16 2 DECK, TRACK SCREEN PLANT, APRON FEEDER, HOPPER EXTENSIONS........................................................................................................$CALL

NEW CARLTON MODEL 2015: 15” DRUM CHIPPER, TIER 3 140HP JOHN DEERE, AUTO FEED, HYDRAULIC WINCH. MANY OPTIONS.............................. $CALL

2014 KOBELCO 17SR-3: KOBELCO 17SR MINI EXCAVATOR. RUBBER TRACKS WITH EXPANDABLE UNDERCARRIAGE, DOZER BLADE, OPEN ROPS, PLUMBED ...... ....................................................................................................................................................$CALL

2015 ANACONDA TR60, THE TR60 IS A TRACK MOBILE HIGH CAPACITY STOCKPILING CONVEYOR, WHICH IS STRONG AND ECONOMICAL TO RUN. THE TR60 IS VERSATILE AND CAN BE USED ON ITS OWN OR WITH OTHER SCREENING PLANTS. HOURS: 624, SERIAL NUMBER: TR6036-0070, CONDITION: USED, STOCK NUMBER: AG1218..............................................................................................$72,500 2015 TEREX PT110F FORESTRY: NEW 20” TRACKS, 45GPM HIGH FLOW, REVERSING FAN, HEAT, A/C RADIO, PRESSURIZED CAB, BACK UP CAMERA, READY TO WORK. +N3175 ..........................................................................................................$79,500

ASV VS60 VERTICAL LIFT: 60HP, CAB HEAT & AC, RADIO, SUSPENSION SEAT, BLOCK HEATER, 72" BUCKET, HYDRAULIC BUCKET COUPLER ................................$39,500

TEREX R190T COMPACT TRACK LOADER: 60HP PERKINS TURBO DIESEL, OPEN ROPS, 67” BUCKET, SELECTABLE BUCKET POSITIONING, ATTACHMENT CONTROL PLUG, BLOCK HEATER, HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER, +N3132 ................................................................................................................................................$39,700

GT205S 5 X 20 TRIPLE DECK TRACKED SCREENING PLANT: 2015 MODEL YEAR..........................................................................$CALL

COMING SOON! DOOSAN MODEL DX180LC-3 EXCAVATOR: LOW HOURS, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 24” TRACK PADS, DUAL AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC KITS, HELAC POWERTILT COUPLER AND ONE BUCKET. ..........$CALL


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payment it owed to the municipal government last year. “It should be obvious to everyone that the Kushner’s claim that the mayor needed to ‘play politics’ to win votes has no merit,” city spokeswoman Hannah Peterson said in an email. “This is a false argument that is being used to explain why things didn’t go their way.” The falling fortunes of One Journal Square is another example of how the Kushner family’s ties to the White House may be hurting its business. Among recent hits, the company has had to abandon plans to raze and rebuild its money-losing skyscraper, 666 Fifth Avenue, after potential foreign investors pulled out following criticism their money could raise potential conflicts with Kushner’s public role as an adviser to Trump. Fulop has known the Kushners for years. He supported the company’s other project in Jersey City called Trump Bay Street, a residential building along the Hudson River that licenses its name from Trump’s company, the Trump Organization. The war of words between Jersey City and Kushner Cos. follows several blows to

the project, including the withdrawal of a key tenant and funding source earlier in the year and dashed hopes for $150 million in financing from China. Later, the Kushner Cos. and its partner, KABR Group, pulled an application to the city for a 30-year break from local taxes after Fulop came out against it before his re-election in November. Still, the Kushner Cos. was striking an optimistic tone as late as January, issuing a statement that the project was “shovelready.” Behind the scenes, things had been deteriorating for months. In a letter to the city in February, a lawyer representing Kushner Cos. and KABR Group blasted the city for “suddenly and unexpectedly” cutting off all serious discussion over a “nearly completed” draft agreement on building plans the previous summer. The city action had harmed his clients, lawyer Eugene Paolino wrote, and any further delays would compel him to take “necessary action to protect” their interests. The city fired back with a letter from one of its lawyers, laying blame for the delays on the two developers and their changes to

original plans for the building. It also said the developers missed a key construction deadline and failed to pay a $40,000 fee to the city in April last year, which it said raised doubts about their ability to “see the project through to fruition.” The stalemate between the Jersey City and the Kushners was earlier reported by online news site Hudson County View. In recent days, the fight has only gotten nastier. Referring to a new application for local tax breaks, Fulop tweeted, “There is a sense of entitlement that the developer has towards a subsidy — we as a city just don’t see it the same way.” City Councilman Rich Boggiano, who represents a struggling area where One Journal Square is planned, said he is disappointed with the “politics” of the situation, and getting impatient. “All I know is I want the damn thing done,” Boggiano said. “It’s my neighborhood, and we’re tired of having an empty dirt lot.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Other highlights of the event included the following: • Rototilt released a new series of buckets. • Wacker Neuson launched two new compact excavators. • Yanmar showcased two new engines that have expanded its product offering. • Trimble, in conjunction with Kobelco, introduced a Trimble Ready option for certain Tier 4 Final Kobelco excavators. • Bomag displayed its entire range of compaction equipment for soils, asphalt and refuse, along with its line of stabilizers/recyclers, planers and pavers. • Cummins discussed its continued investment in electrification. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) has been recognized by two important transportation industry groups for its work to repair an historic 18th century bridge in Princeton, the oldest state-owned bridge still in use. NJDOT’s Route 206 Bridges Over Stony Brook project was awarded the 2018 Project of the Year Award by the New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers Mercer County Chapter. In addition, Arora and Associates P.C., the project design consultant, received an Honor Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies at the 47th Engineering Excellence Awards recognizing the top accomplishments and contributions of (L to R): Dave Lambert, assistant commissioner, capital program New Jersey’s engineering profession in the management, NJDOT; Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti, acting commissionLarge Project category. er, NJDOT; Deanna Stockton, municipal engineer, Princeton; Liz The $7.4 million state-funded project Lempert, Mayor, Princeton; Pankesh Patel, project manager, NJDOT; rehabilitated the historic Stone Arch Bridge and David Wysocki, first vice president, NJ Society of Professional over Stony Brook and replaced the adjacent Engineers, Mercer County Chapter. Flood Channel Bridge on time and on budget. The Flood Channel Bridge also was in poor condi- 1916. In February 2016, it was closed for emergency repairs tion so the work was done at the same time as the Stone Arch following a partial parapet collapse. The project is located within the historic districts of the Bridge rehabilitation to minimize the impact to traffic. “Industry recognition of the Route 206 Bridges over Princeton Battlefield/Stony Brook Settlement Village and Stony Brook project team is well deserved. The unique proj- the Kings Highway Districts. NJDOT worked very closely ect demanded the preservation of an 18th century historic with the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) and structure while maintaining 21st century engineering Princeton Historical Preservation Committee (HPC) from requirements for safety and structural soundness,” said the beginning of the emergency repair in February 2016 Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti, NJDOT acting commissioner. throughout the design and construction of the permanent “The success of this project was a collaboration between var- rehabilitation. The project included minor reprofiling of the roadway, ious stakeholders including the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office, the Princeton Historic Preservation drainage improvements, replacement of existing guide rail, slope stabilization, and replacement/relocation of existing Committee and the NJDOT team.” Route 206 was closed and detoured in both directions in utilities. The project included archaeological monitoring and early July 2017, between Lovers Lane and Carter Road in documentation. (This story also can be found on Construction Princeton, to make permanent repairs to the Stone Arch Bridge, which is the oldest bridge on a State highway in New Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipJersey. The bridge was constructed in 1792 and widened in mentguide.com.)

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New Mexico, Rhode Island Firms Take Top Honors From SBA A construction company, Weil Construction Inc. from Albuquerque, N.M., and Evans Capacitor Company, a firm responsible for the development of capacitor technology for the defense and aerospace industry, from East Providence, R.I., have been named the National Prime Contractor of the Year and National Subcontractor of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration. These businesses, along with other national winners and finalists for the National Small Business Person of the Year, participated in a recognition ceremony at the U.S. Institute of Peace on April 30, during National Small Business Week in Washington, D.C. SBA Administrator Linda McMahon presented the awards. The federal government awarded more than $99 billion of all federal contracts to small businesses in FY16, which translates to more than 537,000 jobs supporting revenue in the United States economy. The two small businesses were selected from among a strong field of candidates submitted by SBA’s ten regional offices. The awards honor small businesses that provide

outstanding goods or services to the federal government as prime contractors or as subcontractors. Details on this year's winners are: Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year Weil Construction Inc. of Albuquerque, N.M. — Prior to founding Weil Construction in 2005, Chris Weil worked as a senior project manager for one of New Mexico’s oldest and most established construction companies building schools, community centers and judicial facilities throughout New Mexico and Arizona. Weil’s expertise helped him launch Weil Construction Inc., a construction company and small disadvantaged business certified in SBA's 8(a) and HUBZone programs. The company specializes in new construction, renovations, remodels, tenant improvements, facility repairs and systems upgrades. Weil Construction benefitted from the assistance of an SBA-backed loan, SCORE and a Small Business Development Center. Weil participated in SBA’s Emerging Leaders Program and graduated in 2016.

Weil Construction has 45 employees, satellite offices in Colorado Springs, Colo., Fort Worth and San Antonio, Texas, and made $13 million in revenues in 2017. The company specializes in federal and non-federal projects. Its federal clients include GSA, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Federal Aviation Administration and the National Park Service. Small Business Subcontractor of the Year Evans Capacitor Company of East Providence, R.I. — Before co-founding Evans Capacitor Company with Charles Dewey in 1996, David Evans led the engineering group that developed processes and material for hermetic packaging of capacitors and novel capacitor technologies. Dewey later joined Evans in launching Evans Capacitor to develop capacitor technology for the defense and aerospace industry. Prior to joining Evans Capacitor, Dewey held various management positions in production management, technical marketing and finance with several companies. Evans Capacitor developed the machining process

used in high capacity capacitors and was one of the early developers of high energy density capacitors employing an electrochemical cathode and electrolytic anode. Evans continues to invent, research and develop the capacitor technology while leading the engineering team at Evans Capacitor and Dewey provides oversight and direction of operations. The company delivers high power density capacitors to more than 100 customers annually, including every major U.S. defense contractor. It has production facilities in Rhode Island and Maine. In 2010, Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control honored Evans Capacitor for its 100 percent quality and delivery ratings. SBA’s 8(a) Business Development program A nine-year program which provides socially and economically disadvantaged firms access to government contracting opportunities and specialized business training and counseling to help them become viable competitors in the federal marketplace. see SBA page 102


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Gov. Wolf Announces New Investments in Rail Infrastructure Gov. Tom Wolf announced the approval of 27 rail freight improvement projects that will help sustain more than 400 jobs across Pennsylvania. “Keeping our extensive rail freight system in good shape is a vital component of creating a sound foundation for Pennsylvania’s economy,” said Wolf. “These investments underscore our continued commitment in building a world-class infrastructure system that supports the creation of new jobs and our business community.” The State Transportation Commission voted to approve $32 million for the projects through the Rail Transportation Assistance Program (RTAP) and the Rail Freight Assistance Program (RFAP). “Rail freight is an important component of Pennsylvania’s transportation network and these investments create opportunities for expansion and job creation,” Secretary Leslie S. Richards said. “Governor Wolf and I are committed to delivering transportation services that keep people and goods moving and the economy growing in Pennsylvania.” Pennsylvania, with 67 operating railroads, has more than any other state and PennDOT’s focus is on working with private rail operators to assist in maintaining and improving the roughly 5,600 miles of freight lines in the state. Following is a list of approved rail freight projects with the state share: Allegheny County • Allegheny Valley Railroad Co., rehabilitate nearly 10 miles of the P&W subdivision from Bakerstown to Glenwood Yard, including replacing continuous welded rail and surfacing track to maintain safe rail operations, $2.9 million. • The Techs Industries, rehabilitate about three miles of track including tie replacement and track surfacing at the MetalTech and GalvTech facilities in Pittsburgh to maintain safe rail operations, $328,277. • Tube City IMS, LLC, rehabilitate about one mile of track in the West Mifflin plant yard as part of a 4-phased project, including replacing turnouts and ties, track surfacing, and track realignment to increase efficiency of yard operations, $700,000. • W J Beitler Co., construct a rail siding from Pittsburgh and Ohio Central Railroad to W J Beitler's facility, which will provide new freight rail service, $250,000.

Allegheny and Washington Counties • Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Company, rehabilitate 18 railroad bridges on Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Company’s Pittsburgh and Rook Subdivisions including structural and bridge deck, $2.3 million. Beaver County • Shell Chemical Appalachia LLC, construct 10 miles of track from Aliquippa to Monaca, Pa., to transport construction materials for Shell’s plant and outbound product from the completed plant, which will improve the efficiency of operations and safety, $3.8 million. Berks, Bucks, Lancaster, and Montgomery Counties • East Penn RR LLC, rehabilitate 12 miles of track on the Lancaster Northern line and 11 miles of track on the Quakertown line, including ties and track surfacing to maintain safe operations, $630,000. Bucks County • Tyburn RR LLC, rehabilitate about one mile of track at Tyburn Railroad’s Morrisville, truck transfer facility, including the replacement of 800 ties and track surfacing to maintain a state of good repair, $92,400. Cambria County • Gautier Steel, rehabilitate Gautier Steel’s plant tracks including replacing ties and rail, which will improve rail and truck traffic to and from the facility, $239,172. Chester County • Arcelor Mittal Plate LLC, replace six turnouts and rehabilitate 450 feet of track at Arcelor Mittal Plate’s West Yard in Coatesville to improve track conditions, $286,944. • Mittal Steel USA Railways Inc., Rehabilitate approximately 700 feet of track and replace four turnouts at Arcelor Mittal Plate’s Coatesville plant, including track realignment to support the movement of industry standard rail cars, $362,943. Clearfield and Indiana counties • RJ Corman RR Company, rehabilitate about 36 miles of track including rail, ties, ballast, and track surfacing on the Clearfield Cluster’s Cherry Tree, Cresson and Wallaceton subdivisions to improve the efficiency of operations and safety, $4.2 million.

Clearfield and Jefferson Counties • Buffalo Pittsburgh Railroad Inc., rehabilitate about 20 miles of track between Brookville and Falls Creek, facilitating continued freight rail service to Brookville Equipment Corp., $2.1 million. Crawford County • Oil Creek Titusville Lines, Inc., rehabilitate Oil Creek Titusville’s railroad bridge over Church Run including structural and bridge deck, $40,425. Dauphin County • Mittal Steel USA Railways Steelton & Highspire, rehabilitate approximately four miles of track, including the replacement of 10 turnouts, five crossings and track surfacing to facilitate the safe movement of raw materials and finished steel products, $2 million. • Norfolk Southern, realign Norfolk Southern’s track in Middletown, which will provide greater clearances for rail freight trains and reduce track curvature, $3.9 million. Erie County • Western New York PA RR Co. LLC, rehabilitate approximately seven miles of track between Concord and Union City, including the replacement of ties and rail, track surfacing, and repairing an at-grade crossing, which will improve safety, $697,909. Fayette County • Southwest Pennsylvania Railroad Co., replace and surface three miles of track with continuous welded rail from Broadford to the Fayette County line to improve safety and operations, $1.8 million. Lackawanna County • Scranton Transload Inc., rehabilitate .25 mile of track from Delaware-Lackawanna’s line to Scranton Transload’s facility including the replacement of two turnouts and surfacing of track which will allow for materials to be transported to the facility by rail instead of truck, $700,000. • The Delaware-Lackawanna Railroad Co., Inc., rehabilitate 19 miles of the Carbondale Line and construct a 1,000-foot yard track, including ties, track surfacing, and bridge repairs which will improve operations and yard capacity, $686,000.

Lehigh County • RJ Corman RR Co- Allentown, rehabilitate about 1.2 miles of track leading into and within RJ Corman’s Allentown yard, including the replacement of ties and ballast and track surfacing to maintain track condition, $266,673. Montour County • United States Gypsum, construct approximately 2,000 feet of storage track at the United States Gypsum facility to accommodate longer unit trains and increase unloading efficiency, $250,000. Northampton County • Lehigh Valley Rail Management LLC, rehabilitate about four miles of track, including the replacement of ties, timbers, and turnouts in the River Interchange Yard to improve interchange operations, $350,000. Philadelphia • Phoenix Lithographing Corporation, construct approximately one mile of track, two turnouts, and an at-grade crossing in a Philadelphia industrial park to provide new rail service to Phoenix Lithographing Corp., $700,000. Somerset County • Corsa Coal, rehabilitate 10 miles of track from the CSX interchange to the Cambria Branch Plant in Berlin, to improve track condition and safe operations, $345,861. • LCT Energy, construct about three miles of track from Norfolk Southern’s interchange to LCT Energy’s Laurel Plant, including an at-grade crossing, which will enable the plant to resume operation, $700,000. Westmoreland County • Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corp., rehabilitate approximately three miles of track from Radebaugh to South Greensburg by replacing jointed rail with continuous welded rail, that will improve the replacement of existing rail and steel components on the Radebaugh subdivision, $1.7 million. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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One industry giant is making strides in supporting technical education. The Caterpillar Hiring Innovation Program, or CHIP, works with high school students from Peoria’s Manual Academy to ready them for careers in welding, The Peoria Star Journal reported. This collaborative education effort is just one of many between Caterpillar and Peoria Public Schools. According to Caterpillar East Peoria facilities manager Adrian Garcia, CHIP is the latest piece of a program that started in 2010 when the company began its partnership with Manual Academy’s manufacturing technology program, The Peoria Star Journal reported. “It’s a great opportunity for the school to leverage the manufacturing curriculum and for students to leverage manufacturing jobs in a way we have not done before,” Garcia said. Support for the program has

dents’ progress by making a weekly visit to Caterpillar, where he talks to supervisors and mentors who teach students skills like communication and leadership in addition to traditional technical training. Of the students in the program, one works for Caterpillar as a painter, three as assemblers and four are in the welding department, The Peoria Star Journal reported. For twin students Quan and Tae McElroy, this program will provide them with the groundwork they need to get Through CHIP, students who go to Caterpillar for class each weekday, have an entry-level position in prothe chance to apply the skills they have learned in class, and Caterpillar can duction welding after they A New Approach In 2017, the Peoria school introduce new workers into the industry, The Peoria Star Journal reported. graduate, or to pursue further district was chosen as one of education. “I think this is the direction eduten school districts to participate in Through the program, the district “I don’t just want to be a the Illinois Competency-Based received a waiver from the state cation is going,” said Manual welder,” said Quan. “I want to go High School Graduation rule that says students must attend Academy teacher Andrew Rice. to college for welding engineerRequirements Pilot Program, an class for a minimum of five hours “We’re able to tell employers ing.” (This story also can be found on experimental state program to help each day. In place of the classroom, exactly what students are capable better prep students for either col- the district can send students to a of, exactly what level of competen- Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequiplege or their future careers, The program like CHIP, where they cy they’ve reached.” Rice stays on top of the stu- mentguide.com.) Peoria Star Journal reported. will earn credit.

grown over the years, and includes equipment and supplies donations, volunteer mentors, a welding camp and a 2016 grant of $300,000. Through CHIP, students who go to Caterpillar for class each weekday, have the chance to apply the skills they have learned in class, and Caterpillar can introduce new workers into the industry, The Peoria Star Journal reported. The program echoes the efforts of Peoria Public Schools to provide the workforce with additional skilled talent.


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Johnson. Johnson joined Charles Machine Works in 1987, holding positions with increasing responsibilities, including chief financial officer, chief information officer and chief operating officer. He was named chief executive officer in 2015. Johnson has been active on the ICUEE management committee and served as 2017 vice chair. He also serves on board-level committees of show owner and producer Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) and as a director on AEM’s CE Sector Board. ICUEE 2019 Vice Chair, Management Committee Serving as vice chair of the ICUEE 2019 management committee is Dave Hughes, vice president, global sales of McElroy Manufacturing Inc.

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Hudson Yards Spurs City, State to Invest in Transit, Parks

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Construction on the majority of the Eastern Yards will be complete in 2019, with five commercial and residential towers, shops and restaurants and the Public Square. YARDS from page 46

The Javits Center has recently completed a $465 million renovation into a state-of-the-art complex that will attract more visitors to New York City and further reinvigorate the west side of Manhattan. Improvements to the main building include a new green roof, curtain wall, skylights and the enlargement of the main entrances and upgrades to the building’s systems. The High Line, which broke ground in 2012 along with the first Hudson Yards building, now wraps around Hudson Yards, extending the park to the northern terminus of 12th Avenue and West 34th Street. Public investment for the High Line extension was $190 million. Hudson River Park also received funding to complete the five-mile recreation area that began construction decades ago. The $30 million Hudson Park & Boulevard project incorporates four acres of broad tree-lined parks and open space that will extend from West 33rd to West 39th Street and eventually all the way to West 42nd Street. The first phase was completed in 2015. The new No. 7 Subway station has two entrances to the Related-Oxford photo park.

Spreading the Vibe The city and state have initiated major investments of their own to coincide with the Hudson Yards development, including mass transit, new parks and cultural and recreational facilities. These public investments have already catalyzed rapid development in the surrounding area and their impact is expected to be especially beneficial for Hudson Yards, situated at the epicenter. First up is the No. 7 Subway Extension at $2.4 billion. A central part of the Hudson Yards rezoning and development program extended the No. 7 Subway west and south from its old terminus at Times Square adding a new station at West 34th Street and 11th Avenue. The renovation of Moynihan Station and construction of a new train station at what is now known as the Farley Post Office will extend Penn Station west to 9th Avenue. The goal of the $267 million project is to alleviate pedestrian congestion at Penn Station by allowing passengers to access Amtrak, New Jersey Transit and Long Island Railroad trains across from The terrace at 55 Hudson Yards where patrons may relax before or after a visit to the in-house Mount Sinai Health Center. the existing MSG/Penn Station complex.

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MassDOT Begins Repair Work on Boston’s Tobin Bridge The Massachusetts Department of while southbound vehicles move Transportation announced that traffic overhead. disruptions including lane closures The work will include steel repairs which began April 22 and continue to the upper and lower decks, conduring several construction seasons crete work on the lower deck, folthrough 2020 as it makes repairs to lowed by waterproofing, resurfacing the aging Tobin Bridge that carries and installing pavement markings. It U.S. 1 over the Mystic River between also will include utility installation, Boston’s Charlestown neighborhood curbing, paving and building a new and Chelsea. parking lot under the bridge. “Members of the public should MassDOT said that “to allow make informed decisions on route, crews and contractors to safely and timing and mode of travel during this effectively conduct operations,” one time,” MassDOT said. lane on the lower deck (Route 1 “We encourage people throughout northbound) was closed at all times the greater Boston area to recognize beginning April 22, and lasting the upcoming traffic impacts on the through November. Off-peak lane Tobin Bridge and make smart choices closures will be implemented on the if they will be traveling along the upper deck (Route 1 southbound) as MassDOT Repair Project website photo Route 1 corridor or throughout the The Massachusetts Department of Transportation announced that traffic operations require, also beginning disruptions includregion,” said MassDOT Highway ing lane closures began April 22 and continue during several construction seasons through April 22. Administrator Jonathan Gulliver. Ahead of that, “preparation activi2020 as it makes repairs to the aging Tobin Bridge that carries U.S. 1 over the Mystic River “Before heading out onto the road- between Boston’s Charlestown neighborhood and Chelsea. ties including sign installation and ways, people should consider public work-zone setup will begin in the transportation options and check coming weeks as operations allow, tools such as mass511.com, our GoTime on a 1950 structure involves repairing a the 2018, 2019 and 2020 construction sea- and these activities may be accompanied sons,” MassDOT said. travel app, and other navigational apps to section of the bridge deck. by temporary impacts.” “Work is scheduled to be completed at The two-level, cantilever truss bridge reach their destination in a timely and effi(This story also can be found on the end of 2020 with lane closures and has three travel lanes on each level with Construction Equipment Guide’s website at cient manner.” The $41.6 million maintenance project traffic impacts occurring during each of northbound traffic on the lower level www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Protect Against Cyber Attacks: Tips for Companies of All Sizes As companies introduce connected technologies into the workplace and on the job site, they increase the risk of cyber attacks. Cyber attacks are affecting companies of all sizes. Smaller companies may actually be at higher risk if they don’t think it can happen to them and don’t take precautions. Don’t be complacent, says the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). Cybersecurity has become more complex, as malware attacks have continued to skyrocket, with ransomware leading the charge. AEM has relayed cybersecurity tips through its ConExpo-Con/AGG 365 initiative, including the information below. Learn more at http://www.conexpoconagg.com/subscribe/.

Don’t Forget the Basics Be proactive and diligent, putting basic controls and protocols in place: • Create a regular backup plan for all data stored off site; • Use only name brand security software that automatically updates on every computer, tablet and laptop to combat the latest threats; • Update all operating systems regularly and never use unsupported, outdated software; • Verify all firewalls have the latScott Schober est security patches installed; • Ensure all network mobile Berkeley Varitronics Systems devices have both hardware and software encryption with a long and strong password or PIN required for access; • Verify the Wi-Fi network within Effective cybersecurity also requires the company and at the job site is secure, everyone to participate. encrypted and has a long and strong passKey steps include: word. Set up MAC filtering to accept only • implementing cyber awareness training pre-approved employee devices; and for all employees; • Reinforce these controls and protocols • teaching good cyber-hygiene throughout through regular training sessions to help all all levels and departments, in the office and employees so that “thinking cyber” becomes at the job site; and part of everyone’s daily job requirements. • enlisting a qualified third party to help “By raising awareness, employees will train and test staff. realize the importance of slowing down to

“User behavior has not changed fast enough to keep pace with the onslaught of attacks.”

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OSHA Issues Direct Final Rule Revising Beryllium Standard The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a direct final rule (DFR) clarifying aspects of the beryllium standard for general industry as it applies to processes, operations or areas where workers may be exposed to materials containing less than 0.1 percent beryllium by weight. The DFR clarifies the definitions of Beryllium Work Area, emergency, dermal contact and beryllium contamination. It also clarifies provisions for disposal and recycling, and provisions that the agency intends to apply only where skin can be exposed to materials containing at least 0.1 percent beryllium by weight. The direct final rule will become effective on July 4, 2018, unless the agency receives significant adverse comments by June 4, 2018. For more information, visit www.osha.gov. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Good news: A series of tests at the Earthquake Engineering Laboratory at the University of Nevada, Reno, has determined that accelerated bridge construction methods are safe and ready to be used on job sites. The tests, which were performed on enormous shake tables, took place on April 24, put a 70-ton, two-span, 70-ft.-long bridge through simulations of a 7.5-magnitude earthquake. Six different types of bridge connections, built into one bridge, were tested; previously each connection had undergone its own separate test at the University, Nevada Today reported. “The individual connection tests had given us very good results for each connection,” said Dr. Saiid Saiidi, director of the Center for Advanced Technology in Bridges and Infrastructure, professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Nevada and the project’s principal investigator. “And for the first time, our study combined these connections in a single bridge which endured realistically strong earthquakes. We knew that going into this that our individual positive tests did not inherently mean that all of the connections would work together, making this a necessary test.” The tests had two key outcomes that Saiidi’s team looked for: • Four of the six connections were built to remain undamaged during large-scale earthquakes, and • Two connections were meant to take on a certain amount of damage. By breaking

they absorbed some of the forces exerted on the structure from the earthquake. The results looked good. “Along with avoiding collapse, the outcome of our study showed that all of the six connections performed as expected,” said Saiidi. “It will be a few months before we can evaluate data from the 280 sensors that we had in the bridge to get more insight about the connections … but we are now confident to recommend these connections for application in real bridges.” The Bigger Picture The study, which was part of the University of Transportation Center on Accelerated Bridge Construction project (ABC-UTC), was funded by the U.S. DOT, Nevada Today reported. “There are many aspects of bridge construction and safety that ABC-UTC is researching, such as ease of construction and durability of joints,” said Saiidi. “The University of Nevada, Reno is part of the seismic performance portion of ABC-UTC Seismic, which is the most critical aspect when it comes to bridge connections.” ABC-UTC Seismic’s key goal is to develop a series of precast bridge components and systems that are earthquake-resistant, as well as translate their research data into design guidelines to help boost the usage of ABC construction methods in areas where moderate to high seismic activity occurs, Nevada Today reported. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Boston’s North Washington Street Bridge Project Advances The MassDOT Board of Directors approved awarding a contract for approximately $177 million to replace the North Washington Street Bridge that carries traffic over the Boston Inner Harbor between the North End and Charlestown. “This bridge is an important link into the heart of Boston and we have been grateful to city of Boston officials, local leaders and key stakeholders as we have worked on the design for the new bridge,” said Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver. “With this project, we will fully replace this city of Boston-owned bridge, improving the motor vehicle lanes but just as importantly, improving the bridge to accommodate pedestrians, cyclists and mass transit users.” Work-related activities including utility work are currently expected to begin this spring. Construction operations are then expected to start in fall 2018, at which time traffic logistics including lane reductions will be implemented in order to allow crews to safely and effectively work on the bridge structure. In general, throughout this construction project, motorists will have access to two travel lanes in the inbound direction towards Boston, and one outbound lane towards Charlestown, and pedestrian and cyclist

access will be maintained. This excludes a one-month period in 2019 during which crews will demolish the main truss span meaning there can be just one lane in each direction. As with all MassDOT projects, consideration has been given to the impact on those

who use the bridge and construction activities will be undertaken in such a manner in order to minimize the impact on the traveling public and local community. The bridge is a critical link in the MBTA bus network providing passage for several Haymarket-destined bus routes from the

north including the 92, 93, 111 and 426 bus routes. MassDOT and the MBTA have been in close coordination and every effort is being made to minimize the travel time delays for these routes. Construction is expected to be completed by fall 2023, and the full scope of work includes replacing the existing structurally deficient bridge, providing multi-modal amenities including widened sidewalks, separated bicycle lanes, and bus rapid transit lanes, increasing intersection safety and capability, and improving the navigation channel. This project is being carried out to improve the functionality of the bridge and ensure reliable travel throughout this area. This bridge is 118 years old and carries intercity vehicles as well as local MBTA bus, shuttle and tour bus routes. The bridge is safe for travel currently and due to its status requires between $1 million and $2 million in annual repairs. For more information, visit massdot.state.ma.us/. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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In February 2018, the project was hit with a $25,000 fine from the Department of Public Service after it said workers laid pipe in certain areas directly into a trench, rather than first adding a sand layer for both protection and corrosion prevention, VPR reported.

Vermont Gas Systems (VGS) recently agreed to an independent review of the Addison pipeline construction project after allegations surfaced about safety shortfalls, VPR reported. According to Beth Parent, spokeswoman for VGS, the company’s goal is for the review to answer questions about the pipeline’s construction. “We are confident in the integrity of our pipeline,” said Parent. “But that’s really what the process of an outside expert review would look at, right? And we expect to participate very strongly in that process.” The review comes in response to opponents’ allegations that VGS’s documents reveal “improper construction and a failure to document safe construction practices,” VPR reported. The Addison pipeline has already been subject to cost overruns and legal battles since it was approved in

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MEDFORD (631) 207-2900 PENNSYLVANIA VANIA RECO Equipment, Inc. www.recoequip.com CRANBERRY (724) 779-4646 Groff Tractor & Equipment. Inc. www.groffftractor ftractor.com MECHANICSBURG (717) 766-7671 (800) 33-GROFF (47633) EPHRA AT TA (717) 738-0220 (888) 66-GROFF (47633) ST TAT ATE COLLEGE (814) 353-8400 (888) 66-GROFF (47633) VIRGINIA Liebherr Equipment Source liebherrequipmentsource.com MANASSAS (703) 392-0111 (800) 838-7534 RECO Equipment Inc. www.recoequip.com (704) 399-7555 WEST VIRGINIA RECO Equipment, Inc. www recoequip com www.recoequip.com (724) 779-4646

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For more information on paving, compaction and milling equipment, as well as comparison charts, visit CEG's Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

Mauldin Adds 1350-C Commercial Paver to Its Lineup Mauldin Paving Products has introduced a new paver to its line of commercial pavers. The 1350-C has a standard working width of 4 to 8 ft. (1.2 to 2.4 m). Its small footprint and low clearance makes this machine perfect for a multitude of applications ranging from road shoulder, to utility trenches, to small paths, according to the manufacturer. The screed on the 1350-C is the heaviest in its class weigh in at 2,000 lbs. (907 kg). The screed comes standard with thermostatically controlled electric heat, and sonic sensors to control the flow of material, ensuring a consistent feed for superior mat results. The 6-ton hopper has independently controlled hoppers that can be completely opened up to allow for 180 degrees of material loading. For more information, visit www.4amauldin.com. The Mauldin 1350-C paver has a standard working width of 4 to 8 ft. (1.2 to 2.4 m).

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

Cemen Tech Leverages Automated Functionality for C-Series the mix design with the appropriate gate Cemen Tech, a global leader in the setting for material flow. An operator no manufacturing of concrete mixers, longer needs to worry about manually announced the next generation of its C changing the amount of material flow Series volumetric concrete mixers with through the gates as it is done automatithe introduction of the newest C60 cally based on the mix design selection model. This includes enhanced ACCUon the AP-Touch screen. The operator POUR capabilities and new automated simply selects their mix design, and the gates as a standard option. The company ACCU-POUR technology automaticalalso has announced a new 24-hour parts ly aligns the gate settings with the corcommitment for customers in the conrect mix design. This eliminates wasted tiguous United States to ensure optimal material, time and money by ensuring uptime and productivity across its entire they have the exact mix design every product offering. time. ACCU-POUR is the nerve center of “The C Series ACCU-POUR technolthe C Series volumetric concrete mixer ogy means a faster onboarding process with one-button operation using the APand less chance of error for operators, as Touch control panel, allowing for consistently accurate mix designs. Pre-pro- ACCU-POUR is the nerve center of the C Series well as simplified labor demands. The grammed mix designs simplify labor by volumetric concrete mixer with one-button oper- C60 pairs ease of use with the most reducing the need to have concrete ation using the AP-Touch control panel, allowing sophisticated technology possible for volumetric mixers,” said Mark Rinehart, experts on staff and on site. Information for consistently accurate mix designs. director of sales and marketing, Cemen is stored electronically for each job and Tech Inc. mix to continually improve productivity The new automated gates technology “We continue to engineer the C60 with and profits, and to lower total operating makes the C60 fully computerized and concosts. tinues to reduce operator error by syncing technology and innovation that sets it apart

from other solutions in the industry. The C60’s complete automation, ease of use and ability to be used for almost unlimited applications is a game changer for this industry.” New 24-Hour Parts Guarantee Cemen Tech also has reinforced its commitment to customer uptime with the launch of a new 24-hour parts program for U.S. customers in the lower 48 states. “A dedication to 24-hour parts gives customers the support they need, ensuring that the parts required to keep their businesses going are there when they need it,” said Connor Deering CEO/president, Cemen Tech Inc. “Our goal is to help customers maximize uptime and increase productivity. Getting parts in a timely fashion is critical to our customers, they should not have to wait on us.” For more information, visit www.CemenTech.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Lumberton, NJ 08048 609-267-2020

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Beacon, NY 12508 845-831-1800

South Plainfield, NJ 07080 908-753-8080

Deer Park, NY 11729 844-482-0910

Fairfield, NJ 07004 973-227-2221

Baltimore, MD 21237 410-687-1700

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Philadelphia, PA 800-220-4033

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Butler, PA 724-865-9221 Ebensburg, PA 814-886-5191 Harrisburg, PA 800-325-6455

Woburn, MA 781-935-1919

Wilkes-Barre, PA 866-667-6756 Syracuse, NY 800-368-6455 Albany, NY 518-357-2200

C.N. Wood Co., Inc. www.cn-wood.com

Avon, MA 508-584-8484 Whately, MA 413-665-7009 Johnston, RI 401-942-9191


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Liebherr’s 50 M5 XXT Concrete Pump Provides Cost Efficiency, Innovations

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ, INC www.elliottfrantz.com 10421 Guilford Road Jessup, MD 20794 301/725-7394 38420 Sussex Highway Delmar, DE 19940 302/846-3033 12051 Tac Court Manassas, VA 20109 703/257-2381 450 E. Church Road King of Prussia, PA 19406 610/279-5200

MONROE TRACTOR www.monroetractor.com 1001 Lehigh Station Road Henrietta, NY 14467 585/334-3867 5035 Genesee Street Buffalo, NY 14225 716/681-7100 Toll Free: 800/834-9606 7300 Eastman Road N. Syracuse, NY 13212 315/452-0000 Toll Free: 800/287-5286

The 50 M5 XXT truck-mounted concrete pump by Liebherr provides better cost efficiency and many innovations for increased customer benefits.

Liebherr USA Co.’s 50 M5 XXT truck-mounted concrete pump extends the range of truck mounted concrete pumps from Liebherr. The multi-folding five section boom is extremely easy to operate with perfect kinematics and the alternating pipework close to the boom ensures uniform movements over the construction site. With a vertical reach of 161 ft. (49.1 m) and a horizontal reach of 146 ft. (44.4 m), the compactly designed truck mounted concrete pump provides remarkable working ranges. An innovative highlight is the newly developed boom pedestal. Despite considerable weight reduction, the stability was increased even further. The slewing ring and drive are proprietary Liebherr components that play a crucial role. There are four different pump unit options for the 50 M5 XXT. This enables outputs of 180 to 218 cu. yd. (138 to 167 cu m) per hour. Two of these variants are long-stroke versions with a conveyance stroke of 2,400 mm, which are particularly smooth and efficient. Compact Construction, Lower Weight Depending on the chassis, the total length of the new Liebherr truckmounted concrete pump is around 39

ft. (12 m) in the transport position. The new boom is particularly compact and has virtually no projection. This guarantees safe driving properties and exceptional handling on the construction site. Innovative XXT Outrigger System Liebherr’s XXT narrow support is stable and warp-resistant. The front and rear support arms are affixed directly to the distributor boom pedestal, which directs the forces from the boom into the supports directly without deviations. All four support arms are pivotable. This enables high flexibility and an extremely wide working range for distributor boom on narrow supports. This is a huge benefit on construction sites with limited space. Chassis from different manufacturers can be used for Liebherr’s truck-mounted concrete pumps. A wide range of optional accessories and equipment are available for the 50 M5 XXT. Customers can choose from additional storage compartments, a modular water tank or additional steps on the left-hand side. A high-pressure cleaner makes cleaning easier and a pneumatic hose end air cuff prevents concrete from running out when the pump unit is stopped.

Concrete Technology Solutions The new 50 M5 XXT is the latest addition to the rapidly expanding product portfolio of Liebherr truckmounted concrete pumps. The Liebherr Concrete Technology division provides a diverse range of concrete technology solutions, including the development and manufacturing of high-quality truck mixers, mixing plants and concrete pumps. The range is complemented by additional concrete products, including conveyor belts for truck mixers and plant control systems. Together these products are designed for cost-effective, trouble-free mixing, transportation and installation of concrete. In addition, a development specifically for the North American market, Liebherr offers a MTS, mobile twin shaft mixer, which allows customers to transform their dosing plant into a wet batch plant within a very short time. The MTS is the ideal solution for road and mass concreting jobsite requirements. For more information, visit www.liebherr.us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

110 Old Ithica Road Elmira, NY 14845 607/739-8741 6 Equipment Drive Binghamton, NY 13904 607/754-6570

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SCHMIDT EQUIPMENT INC. Serving MA and RI since 1956 www.schmidtequipment.com 80 Southbridge Rd. • Route 20 North Oxford, MA 01537 508/987-8786 • 800/922-8295 2397 GAR Highway • Rte 6 & 136 North Swansea, MA 02777 508/379-9810 • 800/456-6885 88 Camelot Drive • Unit 42 Plymouth, MA 02360 508/830-9997 • 800/916-0997 1620 Page Blvd Springfield, MA 01104 413/543-5595 • 800/734-5594 4 Sterling Road North Billerica, MA 01862 978/667-4345 • 800/531-2266


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1-800-223-1202 I WWW.ASPHALTCARE.COM 2765 Galloway Road • Bensalem, PA 19020 WE SUPPLY PARTS FOR ATLAS COPCO/DYNAPAC, MARATHON EQUIPMENT, MAULDIN, BROCE BROOM, YANMAR, TOWMASTER, SNOWEX AND MANY OTHERS!!!

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CASE 85XT SKID STEER 69 HP Cab w/Heat, High Flow $19,650

2017 DYNAPAC CA1300 SOIL COMPACTOR 54” Drum, 75 HP Kubota Diesel

2005 LEEBOY 1000T Steel Track Paver w/Hatz Diesel, 8’ to 13’ Screed $14,900

2017 MAULDIN 1750C SUPERPAVER Demo has Approx. 450 Hrs, Gold Key Options, Fully Loaded $152,041

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39 Jersey Street • West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 www.allislandequipment.com

JESCO, Inc. 1275 Bloomfield Ave. • Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 • 800/321-8080 118 St. Nicholas Ave. • S. Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 • 800/241-7070 www.jesco.us

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1001 Lehigh Station Road • Henrietta, NY 14467 585/334-3867 • 866/683-5338 5035 Genesee Street • Buffalo, NY 14225 716/681-7100 • 800/834-9606 monroetractor.com

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2017 Furd FYL-880 roller, NEW/UNUSED, Briggs & Stratton gas engine, front drum vibratory, double drum drive, water system

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Holbrook, NY 601 Coates Ave., Holbrook, NY 11741 631-563-7600 New Marathon TPS250T tack distributor, Honda gas engine, 250 gallons, 5 ft spray wand w/40 ft hose, 10" filler lid, propane heat, flushing system (some w/spray bars)

Gorham, ME 54 Olde Canal Way, Gorham, ME 04038 800-479-6193

Danbury, CT 2010 Cat AP1000D paver, AS2302 screed 10-18 ft w/electric heat, C7 diesel eng, self lubing system, power auger tunnels, front wheel assist (2008 also avail)

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ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT 39 Jersey Street West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 allislandequipment.com

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JESCO, Inc. 1275 Bloomfield Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 • 800/321-8080 118 St. Nicholas Ave. S. Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 • 800/241-7070 www.jesco.us

HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY 1440 Route 9W Marlboro, NY 12542 845/236-3000 www.hoffmanequip.com

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Minnich Manufacturing Announces Top Dealers of 2017 Minnich Manufacturing, a leading manufacturer of concrete dowel pin drills, concrete vibrators and vibrator monitoring systems celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2018, has announced its top dealers of 2017 according to sales performance. Leading Minnich dealers for 2017 include: • Top Overall Dealer and Midwest Region Top Dealer: Logan Contractors Supply Inc. (based in Des Moines, Iowa) • Northern Region Top Dealer: Ace Cutting Equipment & Supply Inc. (Novi, Mich.) • Southern Region Top Dealer: Live Oak Construction Supply, Inc. (Norcross, Ga.) • Western Region Top Dealer: Todd Jurjevic of Minnich Manufacturing, (L-R): Clay Smith of Live Oak Construction Supply; Steven Kristensen of Live Oak Hub Construction Specialties (L-R): Dave Potter of Logan Contractors Supply, Scott Construction Supply; Randy Cleland of Minnich Manufacturing; Bobby Hughes of (based in San Bernardino, Calif.). Mouw of Logan Contractors Supply. Live Oak Construction Supply; and Todd MacIver of Live Oak Construction Supply. “Outstanding dealer partners are key to our success and the success of contractors who rely on our equipment,” said Todd Jurjevic, Minnich vice president of sales. “We’re excited to honor our top-performing dealers of 2017 for their commitment to providing top-quality equipment and the best customer support.” Following are profiles of Minnich’s top dealers for 2017: Top Overall Dealer and Midwest Region Top Dealer: Logan Contractors Supply Inc. (based in Des Moines, Iowa) Logan Contractors Supply Inc. earned two top dealer awards for 2017 — one for overall performance and another for Minnich’s (L-R): Steve Measel of Ace Cutting Equipment & Supply, Ron (L-R): Rob Minnich of Minnich Manufacturing, Joe Crance of Hub 10-state Midwest region. The Measel of Ace Cutting Equipment & Supply and Mike Sansom of Construction Specialties and Mike Rabideau of Minnich Manufacturing. family-owned company is a one- Minnich Manufacturing, stop shop for contractor needs. A broad range of work experience enables als, supplies and equipment, but also rental operated with the mission of producing Logan Contractors Supply offers materihigh-quality products that are safe and costals, supplies, equipment and expertise for Ace Cutting to offer a wide, innovative and equipment and a full-service repair shop. For more information, visit www.liveoak- effective for concrete and utility contractors. paving, patching, commercial, repair, deco- powerful range of concrete and masonry cutsupply.com. Minnich Manufacturing is an industry leader rative and general flatwork. It provides new ting equipment and diamond tools. For more information, visit www.acecutWestern Region Top Dealer: Hub in the production of dowel pin drills, conand used equipment, rental, parts and service Construction Specialties (based in San crete paving vibrators, vibrator monitoring via locations in Des Moines, Bettendorf, ting.com. Southern Region Top Dealer: Live Oak Bernardino, Calif.) Hub Construction systems, and custom-made special applicaDavenport and North Liberty, Iowa; Omaha, Construction Supply Inc. (Norcross, Ga.) Specialties garnered the 2017 top dealer tion drills. Nebraska; and Olathe, Kansas. Live Oak Construction Supply Inc. honor in Minnich’s 12-state western region. Based in Mansfield, Ohio, Minnich For more information, visit www.loganachieved 2017 top dealer accolades for The company has supplied concrete Manufacturing offers optimum service and contractors.com. accessories for more than 50 years. In addi- technical support through a global network Northern Region Top Dealer: Ace Minnich’s 11-state southeast region. The family-owned and operated compa- tion, the company provides all types of con- of distributors. To learn more about the Cutting Equipment & Supply Inc. (Novi, ny, which celebrated its 30th anniversary in struction contractor tools, products and extensive line of drills, vibrators and moniMich.) Ace Cutting Equipment & Supply Inc. 2016, provides materials, tools and equip- materials via 15 locations throughout toring systems, visit www.minnichearned 2017 top dealer honors for Minnich’s ment to the concrete construction industry California and Arizona. For more informa- mfg.com. (This story also can be found on 17-state northern region. The family-owned trades, from decorative to road and bridge tion, visit www.hubhasit.com. Construction Equipment Guide’s website at company has more than 100 years of com- construction. It is one of the only construcwww.constructionequipmentguide.com.) About Minnich Manufacturing bined experience in the concrete and mason- tion supply outlets in the greater Atlanta area that offers not only a broad range of materiSince 1968, Minnich Manufacturing has ry cutting industry.


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Contractor Cuts Stump Disposal Time With Shark Tooth By: Brian M. Fraley SPECIAL TO CEG

Thompson Brothers has substantially reduced the time required to burn tree stumps and brush because of a Ransome Shark Tooth Model RST 150 stump splitter/harvester purchased from Ransome Attachments. Thompson Brothers once focused on cleaning up and grading timbered sites in the rugged Appalachian Mountains near the border of North Carolina and Tennessee. The small, family-owned company expanded into harvesting timber with mechanical equipment in 2010 to weather the recession. When Thompson Brothers clears a site, it cuts and extracts valuable timber and disposes of stumps and brush. The contractor cannot justify the cost of processing lumber on site with a tub grinder so it burns piles on site instead. Thompson Brothers recognized that reducing the size of the stumps was key to accelerating the process and the Shark Tooth proved an ideal fit for ripping out and shearing stumps into pieces. “We were extracting stumps with the excavator bucket,” recalled Brian Thompson, who co-owns the company with his brother Brandon. “That left big holes and it took a tremendous amount of time to burn.” Thompson began searching for a stump splitter on the internet. He discovered Lumberton, N.J.-based Ransome Attachments and began watching its inventory of attachments in action on YouTube. He soon found that some equipment dealers were not interested in building such an attachment for a smaller 160-sized excavator. “Nobody else would even talk about less than a 200,” Thompson recalled, noting that Eric Ransome introduced him to the Shark Tooth and agreed to build the attachment for his Case CX160 Hydraulic Excavator. “[Ransome] went above and beyond,” Thompson said. The Shark Tooth is permanently mounted on the Case CX160. Thompson deals with white pine, poplar, curly hard maple, white oak, and red oak trees with stumps up to 37 in. and root balls as large as 6 ft., but he has yet to find a match for the Shark Tooth. While the Shark Tooth eliminates the need for a stump grinder, this is a non-issue for Thompson since they burn brush piles. Its operation has traditionally involved lighting a pile of brush and stacking stumps on top. The challenge was that slower burning large stumps would pile up as the brush burned off more quickly. Heavy rain further complicated matters.

Brian Thompson is not only splitting and harvesting stumps, but also digging trenches for silt fence, loading log trailers and backfilling stump excavations with a Ransome Shark Tooth RST 150 stump splitter/harvester mounted on a Case CX160 hydraulic excavator.

The jagged teeth of the aptly scattered with rocks partially named Shark Tooth allow the disguised by leaves and brush. operator to saw through “Now I can put everything in at once The Shark Tooth, made in the stumps in the ground without United States with AR 400 leaving a massive hole that because the stumps are so small they burn steel, is holding up well so far would be left by a bucket. The off like brush. [Shark Tooth] has sped that but he’s prepared to sharpen it if hydraulic thumb then closes needed. The Shark Tooth may be on the dull edge of the tooth, side of it up so much that I can’t keep up designed for stump splitting allowing the operator to extract the pieces. The teeth can then with it as a pile burns down. I have to get and harvesting, but Thompson has discovered added value. be used to further downsize the stumps for more efficient dis- several days ahead before even lighting The contractor has used it to dig trenches for silt fence, load posal. log trailers and backfill exca“It will pull stumps out a pile.” Brian Thompson vations after stump extraction. without busting them more “Being a small business Thompson Brothers than ten times faster than a ourselves, we appreciate our bucket,” Thompson said. smaller, owner-operated busi“The Shark Tooth has cut ness customers like Brian our burning time in half,” Thompson said, off like brush. [Shark Tooth] has sped that Thompson just as much as our larger indicating that his landowner customers are side of it up so much that I can’t keep up clients,” said Ransome. “When our cusnow saving money due to reduced permit- with it as a pile burns down. I have to get tomers get a good deal, and know they are ting costs related to burning and hauling several days ahead before even lighting a valued, everyone wins.” pile.” equipment. (This story also can be found on Thompson was concerned about durabili- Construction Equipment Guide’s website at “Now I can put everything in at once because the stumps are so small they burn ty since the mountainous terrain is often www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Brush Wolf Offers Wide Variety of Rotary Cutters for Any Job Brush Wolf hydraulic rotary brush cutters, manufactured by Cross-Tech Manufacturing, are designed to withstand rough terrain and perform in some of the most inhospitable environments, according to the manufacturer. Brush Wolf rotary brush cutters are designed to fit all skid steers, mini-utility loaders, tractors, backhoe loaders, excavators and site prep tractors. With a maximum cutting capacity of 8 With a maximum cutting capacity of 8 in. (20 in. (20 cm) and more than cm) and more than 25 models to choose from, 25 models to choose from, Brush Wolf offers a rotary brush cutter for any Brush Wolf offers a rotary tough job. brush cutter for any tough job. Brush Wolf rotary brush cutters are The Brush Wolf rotary designed to fit all skid steers, mini-utility cutter clears land in comloaders, tractors, backhoe loaders, excavators and site prep tractors. mercial tree plantations, agricultural or large property applications. The cutter will eliminate for heavy-duty construction applications. It overgrowth on land, pipelines, power lines, is built to handle the skid steer’s load. Cross-Tech Manufacturing’s products are right-of-ways and roadway easements. Added to Cross-Tech’s line-up of attach- designed for the safest operation possible. Its ments is the demolition grapple bucket made engineering and manufacturing team

designs and constructs each Brush Wolf to be as safe as it is rugged, and is backed by an exclusive warranty, according to the company. For more information on pricing, or to

find a local distributor or deal, call 218/6921050 or visit www.brushwolf.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Starsoil Gains New Drive System, Ensures Greater Efficiency The forestry tiller and stone crusher Starsoil, designed for tractors between 150 and 260 hp, is equipped with a new drive system that simplifies work by ensuring greater efficiency: soil tilling to a depth of 16 in. (40.6 cm), crushing stones up to 12 in. (30.5 cm) diameter and mulching wood up to 16 in. diameter. New to the market is the 2-speed gearbox version. The rotor system can be changed by simply moving the mechanical lever on the main gearbox, producing a reduction from approximately 1,000 to 540 rpm, while maintaining the speed of the PTO of the tractor at 1,000 rpm. This feature allows for higher torque and hence better processing both during mulching wood (high rpm) and crushing rocks and soil (low rpm). The roller now has a larger diameter and a higher number of toothed rings and is therefore able to compact the soil more efficiently, ensuring a smooth operation of the roller, according to the manufacturer. The bearing was reinforced and built into the roller to prevent wear and the new roller scraper allows for the removal of soil residue, which is useful in the case of wet soil. A standard feature of the Starsoil is the parallel gear transmissions. Equipped with an integrated cooling system for the lateral

The 2-speed gearbox version’s rotor system can be changed by simply moving the mechanical lever on the main gearbox, producing a reduction from approximately 1,000 to 540 rpm, while maintaining the speed of the PTO of the tractor at 1,000 rpm.

parallel gear transmissions and the main gearbox (also combined with the new 2speed version). The cooling function can easily be activated from the tractor’s cab using the control panel and the temperature can be monitored constantly through the display. This reduces the risk of overheating of the transmissions in the case of uninterrupted work. The parallel gear transmission

offers reduced width and smaller footprint. The difference between total working width and overall width is minimal. The basic features remain unchanged: • Frame covered with replaceable antiwear plates made of hi-tensile, wear-resistant steel. • New generation rotor with efficient tool combination of “Mono Protect” and “Mono

Extreme” with additional tungsten carbide inserts at points most subject to wear. • High performance with minimum energy consumption due to its lightweight construction (5,600 to 7,600 lbs.). • Hydraulically adjustable hood and compacting roller. • Adjustable crushing bar and grill to obtain the desired degree of crushing. • Cat. 3 three-point ISO linkage. • The ADAM PTO alignment system is standard on the 2-speed to improve the adaptation of the machine into the soil. This feature of “angular compensation” is used to protect the PTO shaft and the tractor PTO from unnecessary stress caused by varying angles of operation. • Hydraulic compacting roller (also can be used as guard frame) or grading blade available as an option. Starsoil is the machine for tilling of rocky and fallow soil, CRP, creation of forest roads or ski slopes, soil stabilization at construction sites and much more, according to the manufacturer. For more information call 513/443-6339 or visit www.seppi.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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The strong-arm grapple lineup consists of three models. The 4250, 4850 and 5250 grapples have maximum openings of 42.0, 48.1 and 52.1 in. (106, 122 and 132 cm), respectively, with each rated for up to 50,000 lb. (22,680 kg) of lift capacity.

Barko’s new strong-arm grapples provide a highly productive solution for log handling and delimbing applications. Designed to optimize the performance of Barko B-Series loaders — including all trailer/truck mount, tracked, rough terrain carrier and stationary loader models — the grapples deliver enhanced rotator torque, clamping force and arm speed. The strong-arm grapple lineup consists of three models. The 4250, 4850 and 5250 grapples have maximum openings of 42.0, 48.1 and 52.1 in. (106, 122 and 132 cm), respectively, with each rated for up to 50,000 lb. (22,680 kg) of lift capacity. Engineered for seamless integration with Barko loaders, the grapples offer powerful rotation torque and clamping force. A compact rotator allows for hoses to be contained in a single bundle between the boom and grapple, providing better hose protection. Other features include 360-degree continuous rotation and a fully supported rotator drive pinion gear. The hydraulic motor is designed to maximize hydraulic flow, making each grapple fast and productive. By minimizing flow restriction, horsepower efficiency is enhanced, allowing operators to accomplish more while maintaining excellent fuel economy. The robust motor design features internal components that were tested and sized specifically to tolerate tougher conditions, according to the manufacturer. An internal relief cartridge is completely integrated with the motor to avoid damage and oil leaks. The grapples are constructed of high tensile, wear-resistant steel and include hard face welding on the arm tips to extend working life. Oversized, induction-hardened pins help reduce wear to pins and bushings. Cushioned cylinders help eliminate jarring effects at maximum open and close, while thick cylinder walls provide further durability. Additionally, load holding valves in the cylinders are guarded to prevent damage and enhance safety. A service friendly design includes four convenient inspection plates for the grapple collector and hoses, along with 12 easily accessible grease points. Thoroughly tested for quality, the grapples offer an 18-month warranty with unlimited hours. For more information, call 715/395-6700 or visit www.barko.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

John Deere Introduces High-Performance Plate Compactors John Deere is adding three new plate compactors to its portfolio of more than 100 Worksite Pro attachments. Designed for trench, slope and excavation compaction applications, the PC4, PC7 and PC10 plate compactor models deliver powerful performance and productivity. These attachments are compatible with the John Deere 26G, 30G, 35, 50G, 60G compact excavators; the 310L, 310L EP, 310SL, 310SL HL, 315SL and 410L backhoes; as well as most competitive models. “Proper soil compaction is the base for a successful construction project,” said Jessica Hill, program manager, global attachments at John Deere. “Our new plate compactors are reliable, low-maintenance and deliver maximum vibratory force to help construction managers and operators achieve worry-free compaction.” A large eccentric rotating weight creates vibration and impulse energy to deliver the optimal attachment productivity and performance. The weight’s mass is further away from the shaft to provide increased impulse forces up to 8,000 lbs. (3,628 kg) and improved compaction rates when working with compact granu-

lar soils. To maximize attachment reliability and durability, the motor is inset within the frame to protect it from damage. Hydraulic motor bearings use oil splash lubrication, and sealed eccentric bearings provide maintenance-free operation. Delivering 4,000 lbs. (1,814 kg) of impulse force, the PC4 model is available in a 13-in. (33 cm) width. The PC7 delivers 6,400 lbs. (2,903 kg) of impulse force and is available in an 18-in. (46 cm) width. The PC10 model delivers 8,000 lbs. (3,628 kg) of impulse force and is available in a 24-in. (61 cm) width. All three models boast 2,000-rpm frequency at regulated flow. The plate compactors are backed by John Deere parts, service and warranty coverage. 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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Epiroc Announces Addition of ER 1500 Caldwell Barrier Grab Double Head Drum Cutter to Its Line Removes Concrete Epiroc AB, the subsidiary of Atlas Copco Group that is planned to be listed on the stock exchange in 2018, has introduced the ER 1500 drum cutter excavator attachment. The powerful transverse drum cutter is ideal for tunneling, special foundation work, demolition and soil mixing, and features an integrated dust suppression system to help maximize safety and help to achieve OSHA silica dust regulations. At a service weight of 3,858 lb. (1,750 kg), the ER 1500 double-head machine is suitable for carriers of 44,000 to 88,000 lb. (20,000 to 40,000 kg). It offers: • Rated power of 160 hp (120 kW). • Cutting force of 9,100 to 15,700 lbf (40.669.9 kN) at 5,000 psi (350 bar). • A standard cutting head width of 35 in. (88 cm). • 44 tungsten carbide-tipped picks. “The ER 1500 is designed for maximum efficiency to help our customers increase productivity and lower costs,” said Rich Elliott, Epiroc product manager – hydraulic attachments. “In addition, we’ve integrated a simple and efficient dust control system that promotes operator safety and regulatory compliance.” Features that make the ER 1500 reliable, long-lasting and low-maintenance include a highly efficient, powerful and robust drive train, secure attachment of cutter drums, rigid and wear-resistant gear housing as well as pick boxes with hardened wear sleeves. ER 1500 cutter heads are designed to provide optimum cutting power at the recommended rotation speed of 75 rpm. They ensure a smooth cutting action while providing each pick with the maximum cutting power to penetrate the rock, according to the manufacturer. The ER 1500 uses large spur gears driven by At a service weight of 3,858 lb. (1,750 kg), the ER 1500 double-head high-torque hydraulic motors. The robust gear machine is suitable for carriers of 44,000 to 88,000 lb. (20,000 to wheels allow the drum cutter to be used in the 40,000 kg). most difficult conditions. A central fixing system allows the drum cutter to rotate 360 degrees without will split into two companies in 2018: Atlas Copco, focusing having to be disconnected from the excavator. With low- on industrial customers, and Epiroc, focusing on mining, vibration and quiet operation, the ER 1500 also can work in infrastructure and natural resources customers. Epiroc began operating as an independent business on Dec. 1, 2017, prosensitive areas. The integrated dust suppression system reduces dust viding market-leading products and services to those indusdirectly in the cutting area, helping contractors to comply tries. In the United States, the Epiroc organization started operwith the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) final silica rule that became enforceable on Sept. ating under the Epiroc name as of Dec. 1, 2017. The local Epiroc organization consists of 370 employees, who provide 23, 2017. In contrast to dust suppression systems with water spray sales and service from 17 locations. Epiroc’s new hydraulic cannons, the ER 1500 solution positions water jets as close attachment competency center in Independence, Ohio, comas possible to the working area, ensuring that the spray bines a customer center, repair shop and configuration center reaches the dust-producing area while making it easy for the with its own dedicated parts and supplies warehouse. The Epiroc split with Atlas Copco is proceeding according excavator operator to control it. The extensive line of Epiroc hydraulic attachments to plan, but remains subject to approval by Atlas Copco includes breakers, Combi cutters, concrete busters, pulveriz- shareholders in April 2018. For more information, visit www.epiroc.com. ers, multi grapples, compactors, bucket crushers, hydro mag(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment nets, steel cutters and drum cutters. Atlas Copco announced in January 2017 that the Group Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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The barrier grab is available in capacities from 8,500 to 14,500 lbs. (3,855 to 6,577 kg) and handles barriers with a range of 6 to 12 in. (15 to 30.5 cm) nominal width at the top.

Caldwell’s concrete barrier grab quickly places and easily removes concrete barriers — completely hands free. The pressure grip design eliminates man-hours spent attaching chains, increasing overall efficiency and reducing damage to barriers, according to the company. Compact and rugged, the barrier grab is available in capacities from 8,500 to 14,500 lbs. (3,855 to 6,577 kg) and handles barriers with a range of 6 to 12 in. (15 to 30.5 cm) nominal width at the top. The barrier grab has a stainlesssteel auto latch along with adjustable handles and replaceable polyurethane pads. With Caldwell’s extending kits, operators can handle barriers up to 40 ft. (12 m) in length and capacities ranging from 17,000 to 29,000 lbs. (7,711 to 13,154 kg). The low headroom lifting beam supports dual grabs to handle barriers with added speed and stability, and lifters conform to ASME B30.20 standards. For more information, call 800/628-4263 or visit caldwellinc.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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HH Fabrication Adds New Red Conus Grapple to Its Line of Attachments HH Fabrication & Repair LLC has been manufacturing skid steer attachments for more than 25 years and continues to do so by introducing a new attachment. The company manufactures more 30 different attachments for skid steers, tractor loaders and telehandlers and now has added the red conus tine curved grapple. This grapple is versatile, although it is specifically designed for feed, silage, hay, packed material and debris cleanup, it is not limited, according to the manufacturer. This grapple is available in four different sizes: 60, 66, 72 and 80 in. (152, 167, 183 and 203 cm). The red conus tine curved grapple is constructed of four curved conus tines: single 2 by 8 in. (5 by 20 cm) hydraulic cylinder. It is complete with cylinder, hoses and flat faced couplers with built in orifices. It has sleeved SHW conus tines — SHW with one year warranty and reinforced heavy duty universal mounting brackets. HH Fabrication and Repair also has

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The V50 root rake grapple skid steer attachment is a twocylinder, single jaw grapple designed for digging, raking, piling and loading debris. The jaw opens more than 40 in. (101.6 cm) and allows the user to back-drag or rake debris; the jaw and rake tines are made from 3/8 in. (.9 cm) Grade 80 steel (80,000 PSI yield strength). No front comb at the tine tips means users can easily drive the bottom of the grapple deep into piles of branches, logs, and debris. Replaceable, Series 23 cast steel teeth cut deep into and underneath stubborn roots and debris. This versatile brush grapple can be used for agricultural, landscaping, forestry and demolition purposes, in addition to being a cost effective jobsite clean up grapple in the con-

struction industry. A V60, heavier-duty version of this grapple also is available. Cylinder Guards come standard with all Virnig root rake grapple models. They are available in three sizes: 66, 72 and 78 in. (167, 183 and 198 cm). For more information, call 800/648-2408 or visit www.virnigmfg.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Five Star Equipment Supplies ALLU Transformer to Scotts Miracle-Gro Scotts Miracle-Gro recently took delivery of and received training on an ALLU transformer material processing attachment at its brand new Riga, N.Y., facility. The company purchased the ALLU DH-4-23-40 attachment for its 20-ton (18 t) wheel loader to screen, crush, mix and load materials in one step during the production of mulch, topsoil, manufactured soil, soil starter and potting mix. The ALLU unit not only elim- Scotts Miracle-Gro’s ALLU DH-4-23-40 attachment for its 20-ton (18 t) wheel inates the need for costly station- loader enables the company to screen, crush, mix and load materials in one ary screening and pulverizing step during the production of mulch, topsoil, manufactured soil, soil starter machinery, but it also reduces and potting mix. labor, fuel and maintenance costs Rochester, N.Y., facility. ALLU Inc. is due to its versatility, portability and the product. This is the second ALLU unit pur- based in East Brunswick, N.J. efficiency. Additionally, this winter, the For more information, visit ALLU transformer proved to be bene- chased by Marysville, Ohio-based ficial in pulverizing frozen piles of Scotts Miracle-Gro, which has numer- www.allu.net. (This story also can be found on mulch that the facility stores outside, ous production facilities across the rendering the material more pliable so United States. The unit was sold and Construction Equipment Guide’s webthat it flows freely through indoor con- will be serviced by ALLU Inc.’s dealer site at www.constructionequipmentveyor systems that sort, size and bag Five Star Equipment from its guide.com.)


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Deere Redesigns Pallet Forks for Increased Durability Continuing its commitment to providing industry-leading attachments to rental, ag material handling, landscape and construction customers, John Deere redesigned its Worksite Pro pallet forks to be more durable and powerful than ever. Available in a 45- and 60-in. (114 and 152 cm) frame for jobs of any scale, the new attachments are optimized to work with John Deere G- and E-Series skid steers and compact track loaders, and L, K-II and K-Series compact wheel loaders, as well as most competitive models. “Knowing that pallet forks are staple attachments for our customers, we designed a better, more durable frame for years of wear and tear,” said Jessica Hill, program manager, global attachments at John Deere. “Owners and operators can have peace of mind knowing that they can transport heavy loads without worrying about damage to their materials or machines.” Ideal for heavy lifting, the new pallet fork frames are engineered to handle up to 6,200-lb.rated forks. The new brick guard design offers added strength, and smooth surfaces offer protection against load damage. The new frames also include a load-securing “D” ring for reliable transportation of materials. For seamless operation on the job site, the new pallet forks offer unrestricted visibility to the fork tips over previous models. Angled side corners and steps allow easy and safe side access in and out of the cab. The attachments also are compat-

ible with the universal, self-cleaning Quik-Tatch easy attachment system. Found on all John Deere skid steers and compact track loaders (CTLs), this system allows the machine to easily add and remove the pallet forks in

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ALLU Group Inc. Joins Dallas-Based Pipe Line Contractors Association ALLU Group Inc., based in East Brunswick, N.J., recently became a member of the Pipe Line Contractors Association (PLCA). Based in Dallas, the PLCA has been a voice for the pipeline industry for 70 years. ALLU Transformer material processor attachments have proven themselves to be effective tools for pipeline padding and backfilling applications. ALLU has developed its D-Series attachments and TS Drum assembly with pipeline padding in mind. The attachments work with excavators to screen the excavated soil on site and then backfill it directly into the pipeline trench in one stage. Because it eliminates the need for dedicated stationary screening or purchase of fine soil, it increases the profitability and efficiency of pipeline construction operations. Straight side plate construction makes the ALLU D-Series easy to fill and able to hold a greater volume of material, while patented fender plates

protect bearings and seals from extreme pipeline conditions. The standard power adjustment valve promotes powerful startup and bi-directional rotation, as it also prevents overloads. Hydraulics are located on the back of the attachment, protecting them from damage. The core of the TS Drum Assembly technology is the configuration of the screening blades that spin between the screening combs. End product size is defined by the space between the combs, and different fragment sizes can be achieved simply by repositioning the combs. Because the screening combs carry most of the material weight, the drums and bearings experience less impact and load. The design of the assembly ensures the machine works well in wet and dry materials without clogging. About ALLU Group ALLU attachments are designed to

operate in demanding environments on a variety of materials. This enables our customers to transform the way they work. For more than 30 years, ALLU’s attachments have been known for their quality and reliability, transforming business solutions throughout the world. ALLU now operates from seven regional offices and an extensive dealership group, providing truly global distribution. About PLCA The PLCA was established in 1948 and negotiates labor agreements, encourages safe practices in pipeline construction and seeks the resolution of problems common to all those in the industry. For more information, visit www.allu.net. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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8(a) Graduate Firm of the Year Carlos Del Toro, a 27-year Navy veteran and White House Fellow, founded SBG Technology Solutions Inc. in 2004. SBG provides IT solutions, program management services, enterprise engineering, cyber security services, software development, call center technology and services and training to federal and commercial clients nationwide. It has 180 employees and has generated more than $30 million in revenues in 2016 alone. Del Toro credits the 8(a) Business Development program with not only refining SBG’s business practices — a result critical to the firm's initial growth — but also positioning it for continued success after graduation from the program. Since graduating from the program, SBG won a highly competitive contract valued at more than $50 million to provide engineering services to the U.S. Navy.

The Dwight D. Eisenhower Award for Excellence The final procurement award includes The Dwight D. Eisenhower Award for Excellence, recognizes large prime contractors that have excelled in utilization of small businesses as suppliers and subcontractors. The recipient is: Construction —Brad Lewis, corporate director of supplier diversity of Hensel Phelps Construction Co. in Greeley, Colo. For more than 80 years, construction has been the core of Hensel Phelps’s business. It offers a full range of construction services combined with the latest technology and world-class craftsmanship. As corporate director of supplier diversity, Lewis works with the company’s nine district offices nationwide to support subcontractors’ growth, encourage small business outreach, promote mutually beneficial partnerships for small and minorityowned businesses and provide training.

Hensel Phelps regularly relies on the SBA, Small Business Development Centers and Procurement Technical Centers to advertise subcontracting opportunities. In FY 2017, Hensel Phelps awarded 70.9 percent of subcontracts totaling $147.3 million in subcontracting dollars to small businesses, $51.7 million in subcontracting dollars to small disadvantaged businesses, $71.7 million in subcontracting dollars to womenowned businesses, $35.1 million in subcontracting dollars to HUBZone small businesses and $40.4 million in subcontracting dollars to veteranowned businesses. Service disabled veteran-owned small businesses received $37.9 million in subcontracting dollars. For more information, visit sba.gov/nsbw. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Cap Rents Supply, LLC 18-25 43rd Street Astoria, NY 11105 718-932-4100 Fax: 718-932-8971 www.caprents.com

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Norris Sales Company, Inc. 668 Berlin Cross Keys Road Sicklerville, NJ 08081 856-740-1400 www.NorrisSales.com

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A Look at the Future The final structure in the Eastern Yard to be built is 50 Hudson Yards. This commercial office tower will offer large floorplates throughout, private sky lobbies, outdoor terraces, views of the Hudson River and executive valet parking in a private porte-cochère. Fifty Hudson Yards will be one of the few buildings on Manhattan’s West Side with the ability to accommodate more than 500 people per floor. Global investment management firm, BlackRock, will locate its corporate headquarters there, occupying 850,000 sq. ft. across 15 floors once the building is complete in 2022. Set to kick off this year is Phase II of development at Hudson Yards — the Western Yard — which will occupy the area from 11th to 12th Avenues between West 30th and West 33rd Streets. Upon completion, the Western Yard will include approximately 6,220,000 sq. ft., incorporating several residential towers, an office complex and a school serving K-8th grade students. Once fully operational, the development will contribute nearly $19 billion annually to New York City’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), accounting for 2.5 percent of the citywide GDP. It will also contribute nearly $500 million annually in City taxes. Companies and buildings at Hudson Yards will bring 55,752 direct jobs to the new West Side neighborhood. Hudson Yards Complex • 1 million sq. ft. of retail and mixed used space • 18 million sq. ft. of commercial and residential space • 100 shops — couture designers and accessible retail • 14 acres of gardens, plaza, playgrounds and public square • 3 dynamic parks • 4,000 state-of-the-art residences • 23,000 construction jobs (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Companies and buildings at Hudson Yards will bring 55,752 direct jobs to the new West Side neighborhood.

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30 Hudson Yards will be home to the highest outdoor observation deck in the city.

Emily Buenzle CEG WEB EDITOR

Construction on the observation deck in New York City’s Hudson Yards neighborhood is well under way, and recent photographs show that when complete, the views promise to be breathtaking. The deck, which will measure 1,100 ft. tall, will be the fifth tallest worldwide, and will jut out 65 ft. from its building, the Daily Mail reported. The design includes a glass floor, allowing viewers to look down at the iconic NYC skyline. Some more specs: • The deck will be constructed with about 15 pieces of steel and glass weighing between 35,000 and 102,000 lbs. each. These pieces were put together in Italy before being brought into New York by ferry. • A 9-ft. wall will surround the 7,500-sq.-ft. deck. • The building that the deck is attached two is a 90-floor structure located at 30 Hudson Yards, and was designed by Kohn Pederson Fox Associates. • The building’s completion date is set for sometime in 2019, and when finished will take

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Making its debut in 2019 is 30 Hudson Yards — a 2.6-million-sq.-ft. office building.

the title of second-tallest office building in the city. • The building will include offices, a restaurant, a bar, an event space, retail space and a series of tenants, including Time Warner Inc., Wells Fargo and DNB Bank, the Daily Mail reported. This project is part of the Hudson Yards development, which is known as the largest real estate development project in the nation’s history. The neighborhood’s development began in 2012 and is expected to be complete in 2024, costing $25 billion. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Ship-to-Rail Facility to Expedite Movement of Cargo FACILITY from page 1

facilities including the Midwest, northeast and Canada,” said Lenis Rodrigues, associate public information officer of the Port Authority of NY & NJ media relations department. The intermodal yard, which is designed to complement the terminal’s capabilities, will have an annual capacity of 430,000 TEU and 250,000 container lifts. The new facility completes the port authority’s $600 million project to establish direct access to on-dock and near-dock rail service for its major marine terminals. “Ship-to-rail facilities significantly increase the market reach of the Port which allows for volume growth without reliance on the local region. With the ability to send freight to all parts of the country via rail, the Port becomes more nimble in its ability to access growing regions outside our community,” Rodrigues said. The ExpressRail Port Jersey facility will feature 2,926 mi. of track serviced by high-efficiency, electric cantilevered rail-mounted gantry cranes equipped with light-emitting diode (LED) lighting. “The Project is split into two sections. The rail ramp facility is being managed by Global Terminals and they are using Tarheel as their prime contractor. The remainder of the project, which includes new lead track construction, R&D tracks and the Cross Harbor yard is being managed by the Port Authority with Union Paving as the prime contractor,” Rodrigues said. According to the companies, every container lifted to a rail car replaces 1.5 truck trips, with emissions reductions expected to total 415 tons of nitrogen oxide and 108 tons of particulate matter over the life of the facility due to the switch from truck to rail transport. The new yard also is set to lead to the elimination of 375,000 trucks from highways per year and the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions by 18,300 tons annually. “Rail use is cleaner and more efficient than truck use. One ton of freight can be moved 450 miles on one gallon of diesel via train and only 59 miles via truck,” said Rodrigues. “At full build out, the Cross Harbor portion of the project will have capacity for 24,000 loaded railcars annually, which is the equivalent of removing 84,000 heavy trucks from the region’s roads and highways. The ICTF will handle the equivalent of 375,000 trucks annually. These modal diver-

The project is expected to be complete by mid-2018.

The Port Authority of New York/New Jersey and Global Container Terminals (GCT) are one year into the construction of a ship-to-rail port facility.

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sions improve air quality and reduces congestion, time lost, accidents and road wear throughout the region.” The costs to build the facility are supported by a $56 million investment from the port authority, with funding coming from monies collected through the Cargo Facility Charge, a per-container fee assessed on cargo shipped through the port to invest in critical road, rail and security infrastructure projects. “This project will not only expedite the movement of cargo through the region, but will take hundreds of thousands of truck trips off the road annually, providing a significant environmental benefit to the region,” said Pat Foye, Port Authority executive director. Other investments in the ExpressRail System include construction of ExpressRail Elizabeth, ExpressRail Port Newark, the Corbin Street Support Yard and ExpressRail Staten Island. Standard earthwork/grading and track construction equipment is being used on site. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Tremson Adds Kobelco SK350LC to Fleet With Help From Westchester Tractor

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been clearing the way for more than 40 years. Tremson services Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Rockland and Fairfield counties. Tremson’s projects include interstate and roadway, retail and residential complexes and governmental facilities. Services offered by the Tremson Corp are: • Land Clearing • Tree Removal • Stump Removal • Stump Grinding • Trail & Utility Easement • Brush Hogging • Grinding Wood Products • Storm Damage Cleanup For more information, call 845/278-9383 or visit www.tremson.com.

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As Construction Boom Tails Off, China Closes Some Steel Mills, Eliminates Jobs

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Joe McDonald ASSOCIATED PRESS

BEIJING (AP) China’s steel mills, a target of President Donald Trump’s ire, are the industry’s 800-lb. gorilla: They supply half of the world’s output, so their every move has a global impact. The steel industry swelled over the past decade to support a history-making Chinese construction boom. Once that tailed off, the country was left with a glut of half-idle, money-losing mills. Beijing has closed some mills and eliminated 1 million jobs but is moving too gradually to defuse American and European anger at a flood of low-cost exports that is double the volume of second-place Japan. Trump responded last week with a blanket tariff hike on steel and aluminum, another metal China’s trading partners complain it oversupplies. Chinese authorities say they shut down 30 million tons of steel production capacity last year. That cut alone is equal in size to the annual output of the No. 9 producer, Brazil, but only a sliver of China’s 800 million tons. Beijing’s goal is to make its industry more efficient and profitable, not just smaller. So while some mills close, bigger rivals step up production and could become even more formidable global competitors. Total steel production rose 5.7 percent last year over 2016 to a record 831 million tons, according to the Chinese Cabinet’s planning agency, the National Reform and Development Commission. That was on top of a 1.2 percent increase in 2016 and more than seven times Japan’s output. The industry is forecasting another 1 percent rise this year. “Without the capacity cutting, there would have been much more production than there is now,” said Wang Suzhen, an analyst for Mysteel, a news service that follows the Chinese industry. Steel and heavy industry have long been a political touchstone for Chinese leaders, which led to economic disaster in the 1950s. In 1958, then-leader Mao Zedong encouraged the public to produce steel in backyard furnaces for his Great Leap Forward, a short-lived attempt at overnight industrialization. Villagers stripped hillsides for fuel and burned doors and furniture to melt pots and pans and whatever other metal they could find to produce useless pig iron. The diversion of resources into the Great Leap led to famine that killed tens of millions of people. In the past two decades, production took off as Chinese cities were bulldozed and rebuilt with thousands of new office and apartment towers, shopping malls, bridges and

expressways. Output rose from under 130 million tons in 2000 to more than 600 million in 2010. China’s voracious appetite for iron ore helped to drive economic booms in Australia, Brazil and other supplier countries. Mills bought Western and Japanese smelter technology. Steel and aluminum, along with coal, glass and solar panels, are among many Chinese industries that mushroomed until supply vastly outstripped demand. Once the building boom cooled, suppliers left with vast stockpiles of unsold goods resorted to price-cutting wars that threatened many with bankruptcy. Beijing has announced plans to shrink steel and coal but has yet to outline plans for others. China’s aluminum output is a fraction of steel’s size at about 36 million tons last year. But foreign competitors say the impact of low-cost Wang Suzhen Chinese exports on their industry has been even more Mysteel devastating. Last year’s steel exports fell 30 percent from 2016 to 63 million tons, but that still was one-quarter of the global total and more than twice Japan’s 30 million tons. Beijing tried to defuse threats of trade sanctions by agreeing at a meeting of the Group of 20 major economies in 2016 to form a global panel to discuss how to shrink the industry. But it avoided any binding commitments. In the U.S. market, sales of Chinese steel have plunged due to earlier tariffs of up to 522 percent imposed on some products to offset what Washington says are improper subsidies to producers. That means that while Trump has singled out China for criticism, his latest tariff hike is likely to hit U.S. allies Japan and South Korea harder. The United States bought just 1.1 percent of China’s steel exports last year compared with 12 percent for South Korea and 5 percent for Japan, according to the U.S. International Trade Commission. Steadily rising Chinese production increases pressure for mills to export, putting downward pressure on prices and undercutting exports from U.S., European, Japanese and South Korean mills. At the same time, Beijing is merging its biggest steelmakers into even bigger, more efficient competitors. China created the world’s second-largest steelmaker after Europe’s ArcelorMittal with the 2016 merger of two stateowned producers, Baosteel Group and Wuhan Iron & Steel. The merged company, Baowu Steel, wants to increase production capacity by two-thirds to 100 million tons by acquiring smaller mills, the company general manager told the official China News Service in September.

“Without the capacity cutting, there would have been much more production than there is now.”

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

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JESCO, Inc. www.jesco.us 118 St. Nicholas Ave. • South Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 800/241-7070 Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 800/321-8080 Lumberton, NJ 08048 609/267-2020 888/217-0600 Beacon, NY 12508 845/831-1800 800/724-0725 Deer Park, NY 11729 844/482-0910


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NORTRAX www.nortrax.com 1505 Caribou Road • New Canada, ME 04743 207/834-6701 34 Page Road West • Hermon, ME 04401 207/947-6786 106 North Street • Houlton, ME 04730 207/532-6517 396 County Road • Westbrook, ME 04092 207/773-3777 98 Sheep Davis Road • Pembroke, NH 03275 603/225-2769 14 The Crossing Boulevard • Clifton Park, NY 12065 518/371-5111 1486 US Highway 11 • Gouverneur, NY 13642 315/287-0703 300 Clinton Street • Springfield, VT 05156 802/885-6840 375 Engineers Drive • Williston, VT 05495 802/658-2121

RUDD EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.ruddequipment.com 4344 Poplar Level RD • Louisville, KY 40213 502/456-4050 Pittsburgh, PA 412/741-1731 Clearfield, PA 814/765-8500 Charleston, WV 304/755-7788

SCHMIDT EQUIPMENT INC. www.schmidtequipment.com 80 Southbridge Rd. • North Oxford, MA 01537 508/987-8786 Billerica, MA 01862 978/667-4345 Plymouth, MA 02363 508/830-9997 No. Swansea, MA 02777 508/379-9810 Springfield, MA 01104 413/543-5595

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From the moment you o first experience the efficiiency, reliability and durability of a Hitach hi excavator, you too will become come Hitachi To The Core. These machines can help take productivity to the he next level and boost your bottom line. And d help owners make good on n job site promises.

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Christina Steel Chooses Link-Belt Cranes to Erect Expo Center EXPO from page 24

trusses and using a very small footprint to place them directly into the hands of our steel workers exactly where they need to be. Other crane systems would require outriggers which would substantially increase the footprint of the machine. “As this project boxes in, the Link-Belt has a retractable track system, which will allow even greater mobility, a smaller footprint and will not substantially diminish the crane’s capacities. Bringing the machines onto the site and setting them up was extremely easy and the cranes have proven to be real work horses.” The TCC-750s move at a speed of 2.5 mph and can be delivered on a job site in two loads. They can be operational in approximately an hour, according to the manufacturer. “I have worked closely with Woods CRW since we started in business,” Audi said. “We have found them to be very reliable and because of that we rely on them heavily. On the rare occasion that we need their support in the field their response time is great and their technicians typically get us up and running in no time.” Woods CRW specializes in providing construction equipment solutions for companies and individuals in the northeastern United States. It has locations in Williston, Vt.; North Oxford, Mass.; Central Square, N.Y.; and Carlisle, Pa.

band George, have a long history with the construction and steel erection industry. George’s father, George Audi Sr., was the proprietor of Colonie Steel and Iron, which was founded in 1982. In fact, George comes from a third-generation of steel erectors. For more information on Christina Steel, visit christinasteel.com. For more information on Woods CRW, visit www.woodscrw.com.

About the New York State Fair The New York State Agricultural Society was founded in 1832 and held its first state fair in Syracuse, N.Y., in 1841. Between 1842 and 1889, the fair traveled among 11 different cities (Albany, Auburn, Buffalo, Elmira, New York City, Poughkeepsie, Rochester, Saratoga Springs, Syracuse, Utica and Watertown), before The Syracuse Land Company donated a 100acre tract of land in Geddes in 1889. Renamed the New York State Agricultural and Industrial Exposition in 1938, the fair was known as the New York State Exposition from 1962 to 1966, before being renamed the New York State Fair in 1967. The 375-acre fairgrounds complex operates yearround, and annually hosts approximately 300 nonfair events, ranging from major entertainment and sporting events to a variety of equestrian competitions, consumer shows and community events and Once properly positioned each girder piece is bolted together. About Christina Steel meetings. Christina Steel was established in 2000 and is a New It also hosts more than 40 horse events each year, York State certified woman-owned business. Since its facility, the Empire State Plaza Corning Tower, the Capital including some of the most prestigious competitions in the inception nearly 20 years ago it has been involved in some Communications facility and the new Albany County Northeast. of the most challenging construction projects in upstate New Family Court, just to name a few. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment York, including RPI Biotech facility, the G.E. Healthcare Christina Audi, president of Christina Steel, and her hus- Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

The pair of Link-Belt TCC-750 telescoping crawler cranes with their small footprint and exceptional maneuverability have been a critical tool in fabricating the trusses for the expo center.

The Link-Belt TCC-750 easily places each piece of the puzzle for the construction of the trusses into the hands of Christina Steel’s workers.


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Baltimore, MD 410/687-1700 Delmar, MD 410/546-1090 Frederick, MD 301/874-5500 District Heights, MD 301/909-7799 Waldorf, MD Now Open 301/861-2323

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MASSACHUSETTS Schmidt Equipment, Inc. North Oxford, MA 01537 508/987-8786 North Billerica, MA 01862 978/667-4345 Plymouth, MA 02360 508/830-9997 No. Swansea, MA 02777 508/379-9810 Springfield, MA 01104 413/543-5595 www.schmidtequipment.com

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JESCO, Inc. 118 St. Nicholas Ave. South Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 800/241-7070 1275 Bloomfield Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 800/321-8080 1790 Route 38 Lumberton, NJ 08048 609/267-2020 888/217-0600 www.jesco.us

1653 NY Route 11 Kirkwood, NY 13795 607/775-2006 284 Ellicott Rd. Orchard Park, NY 14127 716/662-2191 6500 E Taft Road Syracuse, NY 13057 315/452-4560

JESCO, Inc. 497 Fishkill Avenue Beacon, NY 12508 845/831-1800 800/724-0725 110 East Jefryn Blvd. Deer Park, NY 11729 844-482-0910

Gouverneur, NY 315-287-0703

NEW HAMPSHIRE Nortrax Pembroke, NH 603-225-2769

PENNSYLVANIA Five Star Equipment, Inc. 1300 East Dunham Dr. Dunmore, PA 18512 570/346-1701 711 Route 199 Athens, PA 18810 570/882-8800 46 Route 97 Waterford, PA 16441 814/796-2663

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Plasterer Equipment Co., Inc. 2550 E. Cumberland St. Lebanon, PA 717/273-2616 800/225-4001 3215 State Rd. Sellersville, PA 215/258-5700 800/523-2209 400 Stoke Park Rd. Bethlehem, PA 610/867-4657 800/587-9790 640 Lowther Rd. Lewisberry, PA 717/938-6568 866/787-0001 www.plasterer.com


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Cianbro Chair to Receive Honorary Doctorate From Husson University

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As part of its 119th Annual Companies in 2000, and chair of the Commencement Exercises on May board of directors in 2008. In 2018, 5, 2018 at the Cross Insurance Vigue stepped aside as Cianbro’s Center in Bangor, Maine, Husson chief executive officer to make University will confer an honorary room for the company’s next generdoctorate on Peter G. Vigue. ation of leaders. He continues to In addition to delivering the keynote Commencement Peter G. Vigue address, Vigue, the chairman of the board of the Cianbro Companies, will receive an honorary Doctor of Business degree in recognition of his leadership abilities, his dedication to employee health and safety, and his devotion to the people of Maine. Vigue graduated from Maine Maritime Academy in 1969 with a degree in marine engineering. After a brief stint in the merchant marines, he found his true calling in the construction industry. In 1970, he accepted an entry-level position at Cianbro in his hometown of Pittsfield, Maine — the town where Cianbro was founded and where the firm maintains its corporate headquarters to this day. Over the years, Vigue held a series of increasingly responsible positions, serve as chair of the board of direcincluding field engineer, project tors while also devoting time to the engineer, area superintendent, proj- Cianbro Development Corporation. ect manager, purchasing director Despite his many business and senior vice president of opera- responsibilities, Vigue focuses a tions. In 1991, he became the presi- great deal of his energies on state dent of the company; a position he and local, civic and educational held for more than 15 years. matters. He strongly believes that He became CEO of the Cianbro businesses should be involved in

education and continues to seek new ways to improve Maine’s economy in an effort to provide more opportunities for state residents. During Vigue’s tenure, Cianbro and its team members have been nationally recognized as the “Contractor of the Year” by the Associated Builders and Contractors of America and the “Healthiest and Safest Company in America” in 2004 by the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Cianbro also has received awards for excellence in construction, outstanding civil engineering achievement and engineering excellence. Vigue gives full credit for these accomplishments to the men and women of Cianbro. When asked about the organization’s most meaningful achievements under his leadership, he points to two milestones. The first was when Cianbro was named “America’s Healthiest and Safest Company.” The second milestone occurred when the firm finalized the purchase of stock from the Cianchette brothers in 2003, completing Cianbro’s transition to 100 percent employee ownership. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Plan Under Way to Replace Massachusetts Bridge That’s Been Shut Down Since 1985 NORTHFIELD, Mass. (AP) A western Massachusetts bridge that’s been out of commission for more than 30 years could be replaced within the next five years. State Sen. Stanley Rosenberg and a design team this week presented three possible designs for a replacement for Northfield’s Schell Memorial Bridge, which spans the Connecticut River and

connects the east and west parts of town. The bridge was closed in 1985 because of advanced deterioration. The Recorder reports that Rosenberg told residents construction on a replacement could begin in 2021 and be completed by 2023. He said about $19 million in federal funding for the project is secure. The designers said the federal

funding is intended to build a bridge that will promote walking and bicycling. There is one other road bridge across the river in town. For more information, visit recorder.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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MELLOTT COMPANY www.mellottcompany.com Aggregates, quarry, contractor, and 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

4501 Green Point Drive Greensboro, NC 27410

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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. The Lokotrack ST2.8 has a larger throw than most machines in its size class, which allows it to produce a cleaner end product. The unit’s powerful Caterpillar C4.4 diesel engine meets the latest emissions standards, and a new hydraulic system helps to reduce fuel consumption. Find out more about profitable mobile screening at metso.com/showroom/aggregates #TheMetsoWay

WHITNEY & SON, INC. www.whitneyandson.com Aggregates and quarry customers in CT, MA, ME, NH, RI & VT 95 Kelley Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420

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JESCO, Inc. 118 St. Nicholas Ave. South Plainfield, NJ 08070 908/753-8080 1790 Route 38 Lumberton, NJ 609/267-2020 1275 Bloomfield Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 800/321-8080 Middletown, DE 302/376-0784 District Heights, MD 301-909-7799

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195 Industrial Park Drive Pikeville, KY 41501 606/432-0321

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Valley JCB 1109 Middle River Rd. • Baltimore, MD 21237 800/633-5077 20332 Leitersburg Pike • Hagerstown, MD 21742 800/336-7414 8192 Euclid Court • Manassas Park, VA 20111 800/300-5579 www.valleyjcb.com Liftech JCB 6847 Ellicott Dr. • E. Syracuse, NY 13057 315/463-7333 4381 Walden Ave. • Lancaster, NY 14086 716/684-9040 241 Paul Rd. • Rochester, NY 14624 585/328-6380 2820 Curry Rd. • Schenectady, NY 12303 518/356-5932 33B Commerce Ave. • S. Burlington, VT 802/864-0308 www.liftechequipmentjcb.com

Diggerland USA photo

Gunn crushes a senior transport van with Diggerland's XL excavator.

98-Year-Old Destroys Senior Citizen Bus as Part of ‘Well Wishes’ Program By Emily Buenzle

“We want them to imagine the possibilities in all the things they could achieve,” said Lisa Haino of Wesley. “Just because you are 98 doesn’t mean you have to stop living.” The construction industry’s newest recruit fulfilled his Grun did just that by crushing a senior transport van with dream of running heavy equipment for his 98th birthday. Diggerland’s XL excavator. New Jersey resident and World “We’ve all grown up around War II veteran Bill Gunn donned a machinery, by driving by on highconstruction hat and vest at ways and we’ve always said, ‘I wish Diggerland in West Berlin, N.J., on I could try that for one minute of my April 19, as he and his friend, 92life’ and I think we’ve fulfilled that,” year-old Bill Bueheller, got to work, said Illya Girlya of Diggerland. CBS Philly reported. Grun doesn’t plan on stopping “He’s one of the only men [at anytime soon, and said, “[I’m] conWesley Enhanced Living, the senior stantly learning, in fact, I’d like to residence where both live] who has take a course in calculus in college had any construction experience, so Diggerland USA photo care to review what I had forgotten when they told me I needed to pick New Jersey resident and World War II … And the list goes on and never up a buddy, I said, ‘Hey, how about veteran Bill Gunn donned a construction stops.” Bill,’” Grun said. (This story also can be found on hat and vest at Diggerland in West Wesley Enhanced Living’s “Well Berlin, N.J., on April 19, as he and his Construction Equipment Guide’s webWishes” program helped Grun reach friend, 92-year-old Bill Bueheller, got to site at www.constructionequipmentwork, CBS Philly reported. his dream. guide.com.) CEG WEB EDITOR

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Phase 2 of Interchange Project Now Under Way in Mass.

By Andrea Watts

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Currently, the Route 146/West Main Street Interchange project is on schedule for a spring 2020 completion date.

Construction of the northbound span of the bridge carrying Route 146 took all of 2017, and construction of the southbound span is on schedule for completion at the end of 2018.

safety and traffic flow through the onramp and offramp intersections, roundabouts were identified as achieving the project goals, because “these modern roundabouts have The construction of the replacement more vehicle capacity than the previous bridge that carries Route 146 over the city of intersections and also reduce crashMillbury’s West Main Street may es,” he said. be the most visible component of With a bid amount of just over MassDOT’s Route 146/West Main $20.4 million, the five-year conStreet Interchange project, but it’s struction contract was awarded to not the only improvement within J.H. Lynch & Sons Inc., a firm that the project area. In fall 2017, the has worked on other MassDOT installation of two roundabouts — projects. After receiving notice to one at the southbound off ramp proceed on September 2015, crews intersection of Elmwood Street and started the first phase of the project, West Main Street and a mini-roundwhich was the utility relocation. about at the northbound onramp “We took all the existing overintersection of Elm Street and Elm head utility lines and put them Court — resulted in noticeable underground in order to construct improvements in traffic flow, particthe bridge,” Lorion said. ularly for southbound travelers exitA three-phase approach was ing Route 146 onto West Main taken to construct the new bridge. Street. Prior to the installation of the For the first phase, the northbound roundabout, traffic would back up traffic shifted onto the southbound onto Route 146, “creating a very span so the northbound span could undesirable and unsafe condition,” be demolished. When constructing according to Barry Lorion, acting the bridge, Lorion said that because District 3 Highway director. the bridge profile was modified, the The reason for this unsafe condicontractor had to install an earth tion was a result of the 1950s’ intersupport system. change design that could no longer “The earth support system that handle the increased volume of trafthe contractors designed was a wire fic traveling through the area. In mesh retaining wall that’s going to 2011, MassDOT calculated the be buried into place [once phase 3 is average volume of traffic on Route completed],” he explained. “That’s 146 at 45,500 vehicles, and 14,500 been beneficial to the contractor.” vehicles traveled along West Main MassDOT photo Construction of the two-lane Street and Elm Street. In the Route To maintain four lanes of traffic during the entire construction project, traffic was first shifted 146 Transportation Study, prepared onto the southbound span while the northbound span was demolished and constructed. northbound span, along with its exit by the Executive Office of Subsequently, the southbound traffic was shifted onto the new northbound bridge as the south- and onramp, was completed at the Transportation and Office of bound bridge span is being constructed. see MILBURY page 128 CEG CORRESPONDENT

Transportation Planning and published in December 2005, this intersection at Route 146’s exit 8 was one of five identified as needing to be improved. When it came time to design the project, a

new six-lane, single-span bridge was proposed since the current four-lane, three-span bridge lacked acceleration and de-acceleration lanes, essentially making it “functionally obsolete,” Lorion explained. To improve


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Outdated Design Can’t Handle Today’s Traffic in Milbury

MILBURY from page 124

end of 2017. Steve Shamoian, a resident engineer with MassDOT, said that they are now on phase 2 and the demolition of the southbound span was finished in February. It’s expected the construction of the southbound span and its exit and onramp will be completed at the end of 2018. Phase 3, which is expected to take all of 2019, will consist of constructing the median and subsequently configuring the roadway to include the new acceleration and deacceleration lanes. The final paving and lane marking will occur in spring 2020. In regards to the bridge demolition, Shamoian said “we haven’t had any issues.” To date 750 cu. yd. of concrete have been removed from the site, while 1,025 cu. yd. and 145,000 lbs. of rebar have been used to construct the new bridge. To maintain the four lanes of traffic at all times, the northbound lanes were shifted onto the median on the southbound side of the bridge, and the southbound lanes were shifted over into the breakdown lane. Although the majority of the work is being completed during the day, the on-ramps and off-ramps have been closed at night. Also installed during the summer and fall of 2017 were the two roundabouts at the Route 146 southbound off-ramp at West Main Street and the intersection of Elm Street and Elm Court. “Even though the roundabouts are in a temporary configuration, we’ve seen an immediate improvement at both locations,” Shamoian said. Although these roundabouts are a change from the previous traffic pattern, drivers are adapting, Lorion said, adding that “we no longer see the backups that we had prior to installing the roundabouts, so the traffic is moving much easier through the intersection.” The final curbing and sidewalks will be completed in fall 2019. In addition to improving traffic flow, the roundabout design also improves the access of pedestrian and bicyclist through the intersections. Lorion said that they are still on schedule for a spring 2020 completion date. As with all MassDOT projects, Lorion said that they’ve worked closely with the city of Millbury to develop the project and even agreed to the city’s request of painting the bridge a different color so it’s officially part of the community. “The bridge will be painted Millbury maroon,” he said, “which is the town’s color and that is a little bit different than our standard bridge colors.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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J. H. Lynch & Sons Inc., a firm that has worked on other MassDOT projects, was awarded the $20.4 million five-year construction contract to construct the Route 146/West Main Street Interchange project.

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At the southbound off-ramp intersection of Elmwood Street and West Main Street, a new roundabout replaced the previously signaled intersection and traffic has already noticeably improved.

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In the Route 146 Transportation Study published in December 2005, the Route 146/West Main Street interchange was identified as needing to be improved due to its 1950s’ design that couldn’t accommodate the increased traffic flows.


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Work Begins on Expansion of Kentucky Derby Museum Emily Buenzle CEG WEB EDITOR

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WANTED: CATERPILLAR D10R CRAWLER DOZERS WANT TO BUY 12 MONTHS BULLDOZER D10N ,D10R, D10T ENCLOSED CAB WITH RIPPER FROM CONTRACTOR DIRECTLY, UNADVERTISED. ALSO KOMASTU 375 475 RIPPER RUN OR PARTS UNADVERTISED. EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SKYTRAK 6036 TELEHANDLERS/FORKLIFTS EMAIL: VANDENTOPDON@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: GMC 1500 4X4 CREW CAB. GOOD MOTOR, BRAKES GOOD, TIRES GOOD CONDITION. EMAIL: ZYEPHER88@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU WA320-5 WHEEL LOADER. ONLY -5 MACHINE, CLEAN, WORK READY WITH REASONABLE HOURS. GOING TO BOSTON, MASS. EMAIL: CMISOLD1@COMCAST.NET; PHONE: RICHARD AT 603-828-6100 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DRESSER 510B WHEEL LOADERS. DRESSER WHEEL LOADER QUICK COUPLER.. LOOKING FOR A QUICK COUPLER AND ATTACHMENTS TO FIT A DRESSER 510B.. OR A 515B.. PLUS LOOKING FOR A SET OF RETRO SOLID TIRES, OR FOAM FILLED FOR SCRAP YARD USE. CONTACT JOEL EMAIL: JAMOSKE@AOL.COM PHONE: 217-622-3163 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED UB BREAKER, UB302 HYDRAULIC BREAKERS. CONTACT CHAD EMAIL:CBARRETT@HEAVYEQSRV.COM PHONE: 800-383-1467 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SULLAIR 750H CAT C9 AIR COMPRESSORS. ANY COMPRESSOR WITH A C9 ENGINE. THESE ARE SULLAIR MODELS: MODELS - • 600 • 750 • 825 • 900 • 1050 TIER 2 C9 “CLJ”… … TIER 3 C9 “JSC” CONTACT BRIAN EMAIL: BRIAN.WALDO@SULLAIR.COM PHONE: 219-229-9836 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS WANTED TO BUY CAT GRADER 140G, 140H AND 14H IN ANY CONDITION. PLEASE SEND PHOTOS AND DETAILS. EMAIL: NASHEQUIPMENTBUYER@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +97-155-358-7510 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR D6H CRAWLER DOZER IN USA WANTED TO BUY CAT DOZER D6H WITH REAR RIPPER AND ENCLOSED CAB. PLEASE EMAIL PICTURES AND DETAILS. EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM PHONE: 832-528-0786 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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WANTED: LIPPMANN 42X48, AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT LIPPMAN 4248 IMPACTOR BARE OR PORTABLE CONTACT JOE BY EMAIL: FJS-1@ATT.NET OR PHONE: 724-944-5569 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KUBOTA L295DT OR L2950 GST BACKHOE LOADERS EMAIL: JIMRUDIS@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU D475A-5 CRAWLER DOZERS WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY KOMATSU D475A-5, D375A-5, D375A-3. WE PREFER TO BUY FROM END USER AND NOT A BROKER. CONTACT TONY BY EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@PACIFICCRANES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ATLAS COPCO DM30 DRILLS WE ARE LOOKING ATLAS COPCO DM30 BLAST HOLE DRILL. PREFER TO BUY FROM END USER AND NOT A BROKER. CONTACT TONY BY EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@PACIFICCRANES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR CRAWLER DOZERS, ALL MODELS. NEED 12 MONTHS BULLDOZER D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 155 275 375 475 ALL UNITS ENV CAB WITH RIPPER, 2014 AND UP, UNDER 3500 HOURS. ONLY USER CONTRACTORS. I WORK BY EMAIL ONLY: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LOOKING TO PURCHASE STEEL CASE BATTERIES/ELECTRIC FORK LIFT BATTERIES. I WILL PAY YOU TOP DOLLAR AND CASH ON THE SPOT WITHIN 50 MILES OF MY LOCATION. MINIMUM QTY (5) MAX (10) TRUCK LOADS AT A TIME. WE ARE THE LARGEST SCRAP STEEL CASE BUYERS IN NORTH AMERICA. WE OFFER FREE PICKUP ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. AND CANADA. CONTACT: ROBERT COOPER. CALL 346-932-2525 OR 346-932-2525 OR EMAIL RCOOPER.TWS@GMAIL.COM. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: NEEDED TRUCK 777F 777G. MUST BE UNADVERTISED FROM MINING DIRECTLY OR EXCAVATOR GOOD PRICE. CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PH: 450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: I AM LOOKING TO BUY ANY HEAVY EQUIPMENT AT A REASONABLE PRICE. CONTACT: JOE PH: (570-250-5559) EMAIL: JDMACHINERYSALES@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CAT 637D LOOKING FOR CONTRACTOR OWNED CAT 637D SCRAPERS...LOCATED IN WESTERN USA. CALL 360-551-9778. CONTACT: DALE LAMPHERE PH: 360-551-9778 EMAIL: DALE.SALES.HEH@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: KOMATSU D375A-5, D375A-6 WILL BUY YOUR USED KOMATSU DOZER IN GOOD CONDITION, READY TO WORK, YEARS: 2004-2015 CONTACT: ANASTASIA PH: +7-967-85-38-377 EMAIL: VED@TORION.PRO –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADER 140G IF YOU HAVE FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: NAQIB KHAN PH: 0-333-329-8751 EMAIL: NAQIB_KHAN73@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HARVESTER VOLVO 210/240BF OR KOMATSU PC200 NEED HARVESTER VOLVO 210BF OR 240BF, OR KOMATSU PC200 WITH WORKING HOURS UP TO 15,000 M/H. CONTACT: INNA EMAIL: INFO@TORION.PRO –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR D8N AND 14H I AM LOOKING TO BUY CAT DOZER D8N WITH RIPPER AND CAT GRADER 14H 1997 TO 2001 WITH RIPPER. IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: ABDAL HAJI SALEEM PH: 415-687-0337 EMAIL: HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HYDRAULIC THUMB WITH VALVES AND CONTROLS TO FIT CAT 225 EXCAVATOR OR PARTS EXCAVATOR WITH THUMB CONTACT: MARTY LONG PH: 704-842-2710 EMAIL: MARTINLONG@BELLSOUTH.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BUCYRUS ERIE 15-B CRANE OR HOE. WE PREFER PHONE CALLS THANK YOU. CONTACT: BOB CARTER PH: 610-377-0372 EMAIL: WEB@CEGLTD.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: PUMP FOR BACKHOE WANTED A USED MAIN PUMP FOR KOMATSU BACKHOE, MODEL PC 30, ENGINE 3D84-1B, SERIAL 2084, ENGINE NUMBER 03630, DISPLACEMENT 1.413 L, 12 SPLINE. THE PUMP I WANT IS AN ADD ON REPLACEMENT PUMP OPERATED VIA A CHAIN. I’M IN PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES. PLS CALL ME. CONTACT: KURT DOLVIN PH: 999-834-2332 EMAIL:KKURTTDDOLVINN@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SCRAP COPPER WIRE I PURCHASE SCRAP COPPER WIRE, ALL MCM SERIES UNDERGROUND ETC. ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. I WILL PAY TOP DOLLAR CONTACT: ROBERT COOPER PH: 979-341-9006 EMAIL: RCOOPER.TWS@GMAIL.COM FAX: 979-341-9006 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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Coming Auctions To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS

www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Wed, May 16, 2018 For: Very Late Model Rental Equipment Auction • Cleveland, OH Fri., May 18, 2018 For: Complete Liquidation, Retirement Auction • Raynham, MA Sat., May 19, 2018 For: Late Model Cat & Komatsu Construction Equipment & more • Canastota (Syracuse), NY Sun., May 20, 2018 For: Midi & Mini Construction Equipment • Orlando, FL Tues., May 22, 2018 For: Large Rental Fleet Auction • Dyersville, IA Thurs., May 24, 2018 For: Job Completion Auction • Auburn, ME Fri., May 25, 2018 For: Rental Fleet Auction • Sacramento, CA Fri., June 1, 2018 For: Late Model Construction Equipment Auction & more • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., June 1, 2018 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & Support Items • Boston, MA Sat., June 2, 2018 For: Large Late Model Cat Construction Airlifts & more • Middletown, NY Sat., June 9, 2018 For: Very Late Model Cat Rental Returns • Cleveland, OH Sat., June 9, 2018 For: Construction, Ag, Trucks, Trailers & more • Atlantic City, NJ Sat., June 16, 2018 For: Special Auction, Late Model Rental Equipment • Birmingham, AL Thurs., June 21, 2018 For: Over 150 New & Used Boom & Scissor Lifts and more • Racine, WI Fri., June 22, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction & more • Las Vegas, NV Sat., June 23, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Fleet • Syracuse, NY Sat., July 14, 2018 For: Late Model Construction • San Diego, CA Sat., July 21, 2018 For Construction Equipment • Detroit, MI Sat., September 15, 2018 For: Late Model Ag, Construction Equipment and more

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Fort Worth, TX May 15-16, 2018 • Phoenix, AZ May 18, 2018 • Tipton, CA May 22, 2018 • Orlando, FL May 23, 2018 • Lexington, KY May 30, 2018 • Gillette, WY June 1, 2018 • North East, MD June 5, 2018 • Columbus, OH June 6, 2018 • Nashville, TN June 7, 2018 • Wasilla, AK June 9, 2018 • Sacramento, CA June 12, 2018 • Chicago, IL June 15, 2018 • Houston, TX June 19-20, 2018 • North Franklin, CT June 22, 2018 • Los Angeles, CA June 26, 2018 • Atlanta, GA June 27, 2018

ASSET MANAGEMENT SERVICES www.amsauctions.co.uk • ONLINE ONLY Wed., May 23, 2018 For: JCB Auction Number 51

BIDADOO AUCTIONS

HESS AUCTIONEERS

J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS

• Marietta, PA Fri., June 15, 2018 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment

• Verona, KY Thurs., May 17 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction

• Marietta, PA Fri., August 17, 2018 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment

• TIMED ONLINE ONLY Fri., May 18, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY June 14, 2018

HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION

• Portland, OR Thurs., May 31, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY June 21, 2018

www.ebay.com/usr/hceasurplus 419-352-5616

• ONLINE ONLY June 28, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY 2018 HCEA Sales Literature Auction

• TIMED ONLINE ONLY Fri., June 1, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction

www.bidadoo.com 1-877-BIDADOO • ONLINE ONLY May 17, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY May 24, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY May 31, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY June 7, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY July 5, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY July 12, 2018

BIG IRON AUCTIONS www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558 • ONLINE ONLY May 16, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY May 23, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY May 30, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY June 6, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY June 13, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY June 20, 2018

DEANCO AUCTIONS

www.deancoauction.com MS: 601-656-9768 AL: 334-693-2540

• Philadelphia, MS May 23 - 24, 2018 For: Huge 2-Day Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction • Philadelphia, MS July 18 - 19, 2018 For: Huge 2-Day Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

EQUIFY AUCTIONS, LLC

www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493

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

• Ashtabula, OH Wed., May 16, 2018 For: Absolute Auction Lake Erie Ship Repair & Fabrication, LLC

McGREW EQUIPMENT COMPANY

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

• Foley, MN Fri., June 8, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

IronPlanet AUCTIONS

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., May 17, 2018

MOTLEYS ASSET DISPOSITION GROUP

www.IronPlanet.com 888-433-5426

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., May 24, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., May 31, 2018

J. STOUT AUCTIONS

• Portland, OR Fri., May 25, 2018 For: Public Auction

• Wills Point, TX Tues., June 12, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment Auction

• Spokane, WA Wed., May 16, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment & Commercial Trucks

• Sacramento, CA Sat., July 14, 2018 For: Public Auction • Portland, OR Sat., July 27, 2018 For: Public Auction

www.govplanet.com 844-225-8799

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., May 16, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., May 23, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., May 30, 2018

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., June 12, 2018 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., August 14, 2018 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., May 23, 2018 For: EquifyOnline.com

• Portland, OR Fri., June 29, 2018 For: Public Auction

• Great Mills, MD May 18 - 19, 2018 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., July 10, 2018 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700

GOVPLANET an IronPlanet Marketplace

www.mcgrewequipment.com 888-311-2811

• Silver Bay, MN Fri., June 22, 2018 For: John’s Sanitary Removal Downsizing Auction

www.jstoutauction.com 360-567-8154

• Sacramento, CA June 8 - 9, 2018 For: Public Auction

• Waxahachie, TX Thurs., June 7, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction • TIMED ONLINE ONLY Fri., June 8, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction

www.equifyauctions.com 888-535-8218

BAR NONE AUCTION

www.jjkane.com 856-764-7163

JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC.

www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com 601-450-6200

www.motleys.com 1-877-MOTLEYS

• Richmond, VA Tues., May 22, 2018 For: Construction Equipment & Truck Auction

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

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., May 17, 2018 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., May 24, 2018 For: Truck & Trailer Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., May 31, 2018 For: Construction Equipment

• Kissimmee, FL Tues., May 22, 2018 For: Construction & Farm Equipment & more

QUARRICK EQUIPMENT & AUCTIONS INC.

• ONLINE ONLY June 1 - 12, 2018 For: Monthly Government Public Auction

• Uniontown, PA Thurs., June 7, 2018 For: Construction & Farm Equipment Sales

www.quarrickauction.com 724-439-1621

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395

• Lebanon, TN Sat., June 9, 2018 For: Construction Equipment

RTI AUCTIONS

www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563

• Geneseo, NY Sat., June 9, 2018 For: Groveland Summer Consignment Auction

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

• TIMED ONLINE May 18 - 24, 2018 For: Colonial Rental Auction • TIMED ONLINE June 6 - 13, 2018 For: June Online Auction • West Fargo, ND Wed., August 1, 2018 For: AgIron West Fargo Event

TERRA POINT LLC

www.terrapointllc.com 877-772-5998 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., May 30, 2018 For: Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • ONLINE ONLY Wed., June 27, 2018 For: Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • ONLINE ONLY Wed., July 25, 2018 For: Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • ONLINE ONLY Wed., August 29, 2018 For: Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

VANTAGE AUCTIONS

www.vantageauctions.com 951-228-9040 • Lake Elsinore, CA Sat., June 9, 2018 For: Construction Equipment

WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY

www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat., June 9, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment Auction

WSM AUCTIONEERS

www.wsmauctioneers.com 623-936-3300 • Phoenix, AZ Sat., June 9, 2018 For: Live & Online Public Auction

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990

• Kissimmee, FL Thurs., May 24, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment Auction


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Friday, June 22: RACINE, WISCONSIN: Late Model Liquidation. Retirement Auction. Over 4 Generations in 14. Rental Fleet Construction, Boom & Scissor Lifts, Forklifts, Business. One of the Finest Bridge Contractors in Ohio. Skid Steers, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Pickups Support. 3. Saturday, May 19: RAYNHAM, MASSACHUSETTS:

Saturday, June 23: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Late Late Model Cat & Komatsu Construction Equipment, Dump 15. Model Rental Fleet Equipment, Telescopics, 50 Booms, 100 Trucks, Dump Trailers, Truck Tractors, Attachments. Scissors, All Types Late Model Construction Equipment, 4. Sunday, May 20: CANASTOTA (Syracuse), NEW Trucks, Trailers, Attachments & Support Equipment. SPEYORK: Annual Landscape & Lawn & Garden, Lawn Mowers, CIAL: Large Quantity of Late Model Aggregate Equipment. Midi & Mini Construction Equipment, Skid Steers,

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Tuesday, May 22: ORLANDO (Kissimmee), FLORIDA: Large Rental Return Auction. HILITES: Construction Equipment, Forklifts, Aerial Lifts, Attachments, Support, Trucks, Trailers, Tagalons and more. Attachments, Support Equipment.

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Saturday, July 14: SYRACUSE, NEW YORK: The Famous Alex Lyon & Son Haycamp & Barbecue. The Fanciest Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Telescopics, Attachments, Support, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, All Types of Trailers.

Saturday, July 21: SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA: Cat, Thursday, May 24: DYERSVILLE, IOWA: Job 17. John Deere, Komatsu, Volvo, IR Construction Equipment, Completion Auction. Late Model Cranes, Full Line of Late Asphalt & Vibratory Rollers, Aerial Lifts, Trucks and Trailers. Model Construction Equipment, Telescopic Forklifts, Booms & 18. Saturday, September 15: DETROIT MICHIGAN: Late Scissors, Welders, Trucks, Trailers, Support Equipment. Model Aggregate, Construction, Aerials, Trucks, Trailers, 7. Friday, May 25: AUBURN, MAINE: Cat, Komatsu, John Support Equipment. Deere Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Attachments,

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Friday, June 1: QUERETARO, MEXICO: Late Model Cat, Case, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks and Trailers, Support, Attachments.

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Friday, June 1: SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA: Late Model Cat, Komatsu Construction Equipment, Attachments, 20. Support Equipment.

DTBA: HOUSTON, TEXAS: Rentals, Rentals, Rentals. Late Model Construction Equipment, Like New Aerials, Forklifts, Attachments, Support, Trailers, Trucks. DTBA: LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK: Rentals, Rentals. Cat, Komatsu, Earthmoving Equipment, Skid Steers, Aerial Lifts, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Large Quantity Support.

DTBA: SIOUX CITY, IOWA: Late Model Construction Saturday, June 2: BOSTON (Methuen), MASSA- 21. Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Attachments, Straight Trucks, Truck CHUSETTS: Large Late Model Cat Construction Aerial Tractors, Trailers, Support Equipment. Lifts, Skid Steers, Forklifts, Full Line of Air Compressors, DTBA: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS: 2 Auctions in 1 Day. Light Plants, Generators, Boom Trucks, Dump Trucks, Snow 22. Retirement Auction & Bankruptcy Auction. HIGHLIGHTS Equipment. INCLUDE: Tow Trucks & Towing Equipment, Asphalt 11. Saturday, June 9: MIDDLETOWN, NEW YORK: Equipment, All Types of Construction Equipment, Aerial Very Late Model Cat Rental Returns. HIGHLIGHTS: 2013 Lifts, Forklifts, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks. Cat 730, 2015 Cat 980M, Cat 950K, (2)Cat 938K, Cat 930K, 10.

DTBA: MONTREAL, CANADA: Late Model Rental (2)Cat 926M, Cat 924K, Cat 336EL, Cat 320EL, Cat 312EL, 23. Fleet Construction Equipment, Like New Boom Lifts, Cat 305 E2, (3)2016 Cat 304E2, (2)Cat CP56B, Cat CP44, Telescopics, Transportation- Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, (2)Cat 420F(4x4), (2)Cat 420EL, (10)Cat Skid Steers, PLUS: Equipment Trailers, Pickups, Attachments, Support Air Compressors, Welders, Generators, Light Plants. Equipment. 12. Saturday, June 16: ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERDTBA: CLEVELAND, OHIO: Construction, SEY: Very Special Auction. Late Model Rental Equipment, 24. Aggregate, Recycling Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Large Aerial Lifts, Attachments, Forklifts, All Types of Trucks & Quantity Support and Attachments. Trailers.

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Yoder & Frey Achieves Unprecedented Putzmeister America Hammer Total at Timed Online Auction Offers New Placing Boom System

Expectations were high at Yoder & Frey when it was instructed to auction six Caterpillar 777s via a timed online auction but the unprecedented interest and ferocious bidding took the sale well above the expected hammer. “We knew that these impressive and well maintained dump trucks would attract strong international interest but as the close of the timed action approached, bids from the 50 or so registered bidders, located around the globe in 30+ countries, were absolutely flying in, driving hammer prices up,” said Peter Clark, president of Yoder & Frey auctioned off six Caterpillar 777s via a timed online auction. Yoder & Frey. “We were taken by surprise by just how popular these lots were, clearly indicating that the quarrying, looking to secure a real deal on used equipment; and they are mining and heavy material transport sectors are expanding at rarely disappointed. They can be confident about what is on the moment and actively looking for the right sort of equip- offer and that they can acquire quality, reliable, yet affordable ment. The top bids for a couple of the machines finished at a equipment. For anyone who has never attended one of our staggering $410,000 — more than double of what was auctions we would encourage them to come along and see for themselves the massive expected.” quantity and the quality of The opening and highly equipment regularly includaudacious bidding on these ed.” 777s started at around $30,000 on April 20, when Upcoming Yoder & the auction commenced but Frey/Euro as the closing time of 9:00 Auctions Sales p.m. EST on April 26, Yoder & Frey is running approached multiple bids several onsite auctions over were constantly being coming weeks, including a placed. Toward the close, sale in Florida on May 24 bids were increasing by as and then at Ashland, Ohio, much as $10,000 almost every 30 seconds, with the Peter Clark on both June 7 and Sept. 20. Bidders and potential conaverage hammer price being Yoder & Frey signors can contact Yoder & paid for each finishing at Frey via email $380,000; and the highest info@yoderandfrey.com. price of $410,000 being paid on a couple of machines, well above the envisaged estimate There also is an online event being scheduled for early based on previous industry prices, achieving a total final Autumn and details about this will be posted on www.yoderandfrey.com and sent to known interested parties hammer of $2,290,000 for the six pieces. Each of the six 777s were 2011 models, had around in due course. Full details of all the international sales being delivered by 17,000 to 20,000 hours on the clock and had been used and fully maintained by a quarrying company located in West the Group over the next few months are available at Virginia. Cat TA2 inspection reports were provided to give www.yoderandfrey.com or www.euroauctions.com. These buyers full clarity and peace of mind as to the quality of the include: three day auctions at the ever popular Leeds, UK site on May 23-25 and July 4-6; Brisbane, Australia on equipment. “When we have large, highly specialist pieces of equip- June21; Dromore, Northern Ireland on June 22-23; ment to auction running a timed online sale often means we Dormagen, Germany June 27-28; Future events will be can reach a high number of interested buyers and provide scheduled at its facilities in Dubai, Hong Kong and them with an effective way of bidding on equipment,” said Zaragoza, Spain, all offering potential buyers a great opporClark. "However our regular on-site auctions also increas- tunity to acquire some impressive lots. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment ingly attract some top quality lots from vendors, subsequently generating good interest and high turnouts of bidders all Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

“...The top bids for a couple of the machines finished at a staggering $410,000 — more than double of what was expected.”

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Putzmeister America Inc. has designed new placing boom system that combines flexibility, operator convenience and low operating costs. The new technology offers two foursection placing booms that connect to the new RS 850 Pedestal system. The new MX 32/36Z and MX 35/39Z feature a lighted boom tip, local controls, the intelligent Ergonic 2.0 radio remote control, dedicated storage space for tools and crane gear. The MX 32/36Z and MX 35/39Z have an innovative hinge design with quick disconnect system to ensure simple and fast assembly and disconnect. The advanced hinges easily detach from the truck pedestal and insert into the new RS 850 tower pedestal after the boom is flown in by the job site crane. Boom mounting is completed by securely fastening to the working platform with clamping screws. “The 32/36Z and 35/39Z are great additions to the MX family,” said Bob Weiglein, general manager at Putzmeister America, Inc. “Its design allows for extended flexibility to save space and time, keeping operating costs down. This placing boom adds to our commitment to having the best equipment to meet our customers’ unique needs for demanding applications.” The new placing booms also feature the Putzmeister’s Ergonic 2.0 radio remote control system. Released in January 2017, the Ergonic 2.0 delivers a more reliable and customizable experience with new control boxes and panels throughout, offering improved ergonomics and ease of operation while wearing gloves, and a centralized hardware and software in one control unit, according to the manufacturer. Delivery of the new MX 32/36Z and MX 35/39Z will begin in late 2018. For more information, visit www.putzmeisteramerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Caterpillar EU Stage V Engines Set High Terex Cranes Reports Standards for Power Density, Reliability First Quarter 2018 Off to Strong Start

Caterpillar currently is developing productive, fuel-efficient, power-dense, EU Stage V-compliant engines across its industrial product line, from the two-cylinder C0.5, to the 12cylinder, 32-liter C32. Goals for Cat Stage V engines include developing more efficient after-treatment systems, simplifying installation in OEM-customer machines, and providing added value for end users of OEM machines — through increased productivity, increased fuel efficiency and exceptional reliability. The Cat C9.3B engine, for example, has been awarded EU Stage V emissions certification and is now in production — more than 10 months ahead of the industry’s newest and most stringent regulatory requirements. “The C9.3B’s certification is an exciting milestone for Caterpillar,” said Jeff Moore, product director, research and development of 7.2- to 18-liter engines. “We’re confident that this engine will meet customer expectations for reliability and durability in a simpler, lighter package with more power and torque. Caterpillar has proven the merits of the C9.3B by testing the engine to its limits, both in the lab environment and in actual customer applications.” The six-cylinder, 9.3-liter C9.3B engine builds on the core engine that has been in production since 2011, logging more than 200 million hours in real-world, off-highway operation. With a proven, reliable core engine, coupled with extensive diesel-particulate-filter (DPF) experience, Caterpillar has focused EU Stage V engine development on simplifying design, improving performance, and reducing installation complexity. The C9.3B combines a new high-pressure/common-rail fuel system with simplified systems for air, electrical, and after-treatment to produce up to 456 hp (340 kW) of power and 2088 Nm (1,540 lb.-ft.) of torque, resulting in 18 percent more power, 21 percent more torque and 12 percent less weight, compared with its predecessor, according to the manufacturer. “End users will see this refinement pay off with increased performance, up to 3 percent less fuel consumption and exceptional starting capability in cold climates,” said Moore. “Patented after-treatment technology provides a compact, lightweight design that is 39 percent smaller and 55 percent lighter than the EU Stage IV/Tier IV Final configuration, and the new design provides transparent regeneration to ensure optimum machine performance and uptime.” As with all Cat 9- to 18liter engines, the C9.3B is available in various configurations, including those with factory-

installed, engine-mounted after-treatment systems and radiators. In total, more than 2,000 unique configurations are available for the C9.3B. “We understand that not all customers have the resources to design, manufacture, and validate on the same scale,” said Moore. “For that reason, Caterpillar designs its products with the flexibility to accommodate various OEM requirements, resulting in lower installation costs.” In addition to the C9.3B, the Cat large-engine, EU Stage V lineup also includes the 12.5-liter C13B, incorporating technology similar to that of the C9.3B and with power ratings to 577 hp (430 kW). Caterpillar also is certifying its existing C13, C15, and C18 EU Stage IV/U.S. EPA Tier IV-Final engines to meet EU Stage V emission standards. Stage V certification for these engines will be achieved with no changes to customer interface points and with only minimal changes to the DPF, allowing customers to focus on overall improvement of their products. Cat engines and DPF solutions in this range have nearly 170 million hours of proven field performance. Caterpillar will begin accepting EU Stage V orders for C13 through C18 engines in May and plans to ship production engines in October. The C13B will be available in 2019. Dual-label certification — EU Stage V/U.S. EPA Tier IVFinal (and Japan 2014/Korea Tier 4-Final) — will be offered for the C9.3B and all other Cat products in the 335-to-800 hp (250-to-597 kW) power range. This flexibility allows customers to develop commonality in products, parts, and service across various regions. With products for lesser-regulated countries that have similar performance and share common core-engine components, machine interfaces, and control architecture, the Cat product range is suited for a global customer base, supported by the Cat dealer network. For more information about Stage V engines, visit www.cat.com/stagev. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) The Cat C9.3B engine has been awarded EU Stage V emissions certification and is now in production — more than 10 months ahead of the industry’s newest and most stringent regulatory requirements.

Terex Corporation reported a strong start to 2018 with first quarter 2018 sales of $1.3 billion, up 25 percent versus Q1 of 2017. The growth reflects the improvements made to the company’s operations and broad-based growth across its global markets. Sales for the Terex Cranes business segment grew 19 percent to $314 million, driven by higher demand and favorable impact of foreign exchange rates. Operating performance improved compared to the first quarter of last year, however results were negatively impacted by disruptions in the company’s mobile crane factories caused by supply chain challenges. Terex is working closely with its suppliers to address the issues. Indications for future growth are positive, with Terex Cranes Q1 ending backlog up 58 percent versus 2017. “Overall, we had a strong start to the year. Our backlog is up significantly in every segment and our global markets are improving,” said John L. Garrison, Terex president and CEO. “We will continue to execute our Transformation program by simplifying the company and building capabilities designed to enable us to serve our customers better and faster than the competition.” Steve Filipov, president of Terex Cranes, said, “Global crane markets were fairly stable with pockets of growth as expected. We executed well in towers and utilities, and we continued to roll out exciting new products including our Demag AC 300-6 all terrain crane and Terex CTT 472-20 flat top tower crane. Our global cranes team is focused on operational execution and delivering on our commitments to our customers.” For more information on Terex Corporation’s first quarter 2018 results, visit https://investors.terex.com/investor-relations/press-releases/press-release-details/2018/TerexAnnounces-First-Quarter-2018-Results/default.aspx.

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LARGE Absolute Auction Aarcon Enterprises, Inc. Wed., June 13, 2018 • 9:00AM North Huntingdon, PA (Pittsburgh Area) Surplus Equipment/Downsizing Forestry and Logging Equipment: `13 MORBARK 40/36 Advantage 3 Crawler Whole Tree Chipper, s/n 478-1104 (532 Hours) • `13 PETERSON 4310B Crawler Whole Tree Chipper, s/n 46B-35-1903 (2,622 Hours) • `15 CAT 522B Crawler Harvester, s/n F7C00276 (1,173 Hours) • `16 JD 948L Grapple Log Skidder, s/n 671921 (2,900 Hours) • `12 JD 748 Grapple Log Skidder, s/n 645915 (3,221 Hours) Excavators, Crawler Tractors, Compactors, Rubber Tired Loaders, & Crawler Dumps: `17 KOBELCO SK500LC-10, s/n YS14-05005 (1,284 Hours) • `14 KOBELCO SK350-9, s/n YC12U2694 (5,146 Hours) • `06 HITACHI Zaxis 450LC-3 • `07 HITACHI Zaxis 350LC-3 • `12 KOMATSU PC200LC-8, s/n A90299 • `07 CAT D6R XW Series III, s/n HDC00288, GPS system (To Be Sold Separately) • `11 KOMATSU D51PX-22, s/n B12048, Trimble CB460 GPS system (To Be Sold Separately) • `99 KOMATSU D65EX-12, s/n 62867 • `11 CAT 815F2 Soil, s/n BYN00600 (5,270 Hours) • `89 CAT 825C Soil, s/n 86X00898 • `15 SAKAI SV540T Vibratory Padfoot, s/n 3SV53-10348 (623 Hours) • `04 CAT CP-563E Vibratory Padfoot, s/n CNT00617 • `08 KAWASAKI 95ZV, s/n 97C5-5170 • `01 VOLVO L70D, s/n L70DV18610 • `99 VOLVO L90C, s/n L90CV63609 • `15 KUBOTA R630, s/n 10201 (420 Hours) • `12 MOROOKA MST-800VD Crawler Dump, s/n 80042 (1,354 Hours) • `12 IHI IC75 Crawler Dump, s/n CA003071 (2,893 Hours) Hydroseeders, Straw Blowers, and Firewood Processor: `12 Finn T-170-29 Hydroseeder, s/n MS2348 (500 hours) on `07 MOROOKA MST2200VD Crawler s/n 223007 (2,945 Hours) • FINN T90-T-II Portable Hydroseeder, s/n 3181 (82 Hours) • FINN B-260 Portable Straw Blower, s/n SA-2468 • FINN Straw Blower, s/n MS-4087 • `14 TIMBERWOLF Pro HDXL Firewood Processor, s/n TWPROHDXL10132013 PLUS MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST: (4) Crawler Skid Steer Loaders • LARGE QUANTITY Skid Steer Attachments • Excavator Attachments • Fusion Machine, Welders, and Air Compressors • Truck Tractors and Lowboy Trailers • Walking Floor and Log Trailers • Step Deck and Flatbed Trailers • Flatbed Trucks • Utility and Service Trucks • Pickup Trucks • Van Body, Water, and Fuel Trucks • 6x6’s and School Bus • Gooseneck and Tag-A-Longs • Cargo and Lube Trailers • 6x6 & 4x4 All-Terrain Vehicles • (18) `11 - `15 WACKER NEUSON 96KW to 256KW Portable Generators • (110+) WACKER NEUSON Light Plants • Pipe tools & Misc Offered Subject To Owner’s Immediate Confirmation: `98 CAT D11R Crawler Tractor, s/n 9XR00149 • `96 CAT D10R Crawler Tractor, s/n 3KR00513 (Contact Auction Company for Details)

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Chicago Pneumatic Launches New Line of CCP Pumps Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) has launched a new line of CCP vacuum prime centrifugal pumps. The three pumps include 4, 6 and 8-in. models. Efficient and versatile, these medium flow pumps are suitable for many industries, including construction, general dewatering and emergency applications, such as flood clean up, according to the manufacturer. The pump system consists of a centrifugal pump and an air and water separator, which enables air to be separated from the liquid and be sucked by a vacuum pump — making automatic priming possible. Even with suction heights of several meters, the machine rapidly evacuates the air from the suction pipe and starts to pump. Furthermore, a semi-open impeller allows the CCP range to pump liquids with solids in suspension. CCP 4-Inch Tier IV Final (T4F) Vacuum Prime Pumps This pump provides Qmax of 840 gal. per minute with an Hmax of 71 ft. (21.6 m). The 4-in. (10 cm) pump has a best efficiency point (B.E.P.) of 70 percent. A Hatz engine delivers 13 horsepower (hp) at 2,000 rpm. A semi-open impeller handles solids up to 3 in. (7.6 cm).

CCP 6-Inch T4F Vacuum Prime Pumps The CCP 6-in. (15.2 cm) pump produces Qmax of 1,320 gpm with an Hmax of 91 ft. (27.7 m) at 75 percent B.E.P. A Kohler engine delivers 29 hp at 1,200 rpm, 37 hp at 1,400 rpm, 42 hp at 1,600 rpm and 45 hp at 1,800 rpm. A semi-open impeller handles solids up to 2 in. (5 cm). CCP 8-Inch T4F Vacuum Prime Pumps The 8 in. (20 cm) pump delivers Qmax of 2,640 gpm with an Hmax of 98 ft. (30 m) at 64 percent B.E.P. A Kohler engine produces the same hp as the 6-in. pump. The semiopen impeller handles solids up to 3 in. (7.6 cm). All three sizes of unit — 4, 6 and 8 in. — feature rapid “dry” priming up to a height of 27.5 ft. (8.3 m) and a high resistance to abrasive liquids and sandy waters. A rotary vane vacuum pump is lubricated with an oil recovery system and coalescing filters, which will not contaminate the environment. Additionally, cast iron lined wear plates are easily replaceable, according to the manufacturer. The control panel includes a display with six languages, hour meter, rev counter, bat-

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Doosan Bobcat NA’s Acceleration Center LEED Certified Doosan Bobcat North ft. under one roof, with an America’s Acceleration additional 22 acres of outCenter — a key engineerdoor test and product ing facility for all Bobcat development space. In compact equipment — is addition, the space is now Leadership in Energy equipped with modern and Environmental devices, tools and softDesign (LEED) certified. ware systems that expeLocated in Bismarck, dite leading-edge engiN.D., the Acceleration neering, and product and Center is currently one of process development to only a few test lab facilimeet customers’ growing ties of its kind in North needs. America to achieve LEED “A great deal of care certification — the most was used in the design widely used green buildand building of the ing rating system in the Acceleration Center, with world and a globally reca major focus on sustainognized symbol of sus- Located in Bismarck, N.D., the Acceleration Center is currently one of only a few test lab facilities of its kind in ability,” said Rich North America to achieve LEED certification — the most widely used green building rating system in the world and Goldsbury, president of tainability achievement. The building earned a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement. Doosan Bobcat North high marks across several America. “This beautiful categories, including design and innovation rewards our environment,” said Matt tion.” facility helps fulfill the vision for our compaDoosan Bobcat completed the $28 mil- ny, stimulates breakthroughs in technology, and indoor environmental quality. From the Sagaser, director of innovation accelerated at lobby entrance to office environment, the Doosan Bobcat North America. “The facility lion renovation project in 2015, which and serves as the focal point of innovation, facility was designed for accelerated innova- has more natural light, better acoustics, key involved the expansion of an existing build- solidifying Doosan Bobcat as a global leader vitality areas, multiple flex work areas with ing to include office and lab space, class- in the compact equipment industry.” tion. “We created a collaborative, open office mobile work stations, and outdoor parking rooms and demonstration areas, and both (This story also can be found on workspace that not only gives our employ- spaces for low-emission vehicles. These indoor and outdoor machine operation areas. Construction Equipment Guide’s website at ees an inspiring place to work, but also designs helped us pursue LEED certifica- The facility has two stories and 190,000 sq. www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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RENTAL SOLUTIONS AIR, POWER, LIGHT AND TEMPERATURE CONTROL


CONTENTS 4-9 Rental power overview 10-12 Accessories: Load banks Cable ramps Transformers Generator docking stations Power cables Distribution panels Fuel tanks Automatic transfer switches 13 Amperage chart 14-15 Compressed air Industrial Instrument quality High pressure Electric Diesel Air hoses 16-17 Temperature control Air conditioners Heaters Chillers Accessories 18-19 Contingency planning Support and service


EVER HAPPEN

TO YOU? Facing the need to urgently rent power, temperature control or compressed air equipment, either to handle an unexpected challenge or to take advantage of a great opportunity. Or maybe, in charge of putting together a solid contingency plan – so if and when you’re in this situation, you’ll know exactly who can support you. What’s your number one concern? Availability, in the widest sense of the term. You need to know that all you have to do is make one call, and that after that, things will be taken care of. You want a vendor who’s there to respond to your challenge; a financially strong, experienced and well run company, staffed to stand behind the equipment they rent and able to offer each customer options to meet their goals. You want to work with people with proven industry knowledge, experience and dedication. And you want to know that they have all the equipment you require, as many units as you want, all top-of-the-line, in compliance with the latest emission regulations, in perfect working condition, ready to go. And your second concern? Price, of course. Renting air, temperature control or power equipment is only one of the many costs you’re facing, and you are committed to financial responsibility. You have an urgent need, yes, but you also have a budget. So what do you do? We ask that you consider taking a look at our product line, and that you examine our service and support capabilities. Then, contact us with your specific questions. You’ll get straight answers and clear information that will allow you to make the best decision. Milton CAT has been in the air, power and temperature control rental business for many years, and we have a long list of satisfied customers to prove it. Becoming one of them may be the perfect answer to your concerns. 4|5


THIS WAS THE STORM THAT WASN’T SUPPOSED TO

HIT US and the blackout that was supposed to have been handled quickly. Now taking care of the power is up to you. Is there a place you can call, where a person who understands what you’re talking about can help you, right away, instead of starting a frustrating round-robin of transferred calls and voicemails? Yes, there is. And that place is Milton CAT. We’re one of the largest distributors of power equipment in the nation, we have convenient locations across the Northeast and upstate New York and we have the human, the financial and the physical resources to maintain an extraordinary inventory of emission-compliant, top quality power equipment for rent.

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POWER GENERATION

Milton CAT generator sets come self-contained with trailer or skid-mounted fuel-tank bases. Our rental units range from 20 kW generators to 2,000 kW power modules with utilityparalleling switchgear. Milton CAT equipment is EPA-certified and all power generation units are sound-attenuated. Some applications for these high-performance, reliable generators include: • Standby power • Prime power • Parallel load-sharing and peak shaving • Major utility installations • UPS quality power

Generators 20 kW – 400 kW Specifications Model

Generator Set Fuel Consumption Gallons per Hour (GPH)

Fuel Tank Gallons

Electrical

Weight (with Trailer)

Dimensions (with Trailer)

100% load

75% load

50% load

amps at 280 v.

amps at 480 v.

20 kW

1.5

1.2

.9

45

69

30

3,084 lbs.

30 kW

2.4

1.8

1.3

77

104

45

4,753 lbs.

12.3' x 6.3' x 7.3'

60 kW

5.2

4.5

3.5

157

208

90

6,980 lbs.

15.4' x 6.4' x 7.3'

100 kW

7

5.8

4.3

167

347

150

8,269 lbs.

16' x 6.4' x 8.5'

150 kW

11.2

8.5

5.9

210

520

225

12,000 lbs.

17.4' x 7' x 8.4'

230 kW

18.3

13.4

9.1

400

781

330

16,550 lbs.

20.5' x 8.4' x 9.5'

300 kW

23.5

16.8

11.8

400

1,040

451

16,550 lbs.

20.5' x 8.4' x 9.5'

400 kW

28

21

14

520

1,390

602

20,458 lbs.

22.2' x 8.5' x 10.8'

500 kW

35.9

28.3

20.5

700

1,735

752

35,045 lbs.

20' x 8' x 12.5'

Fuel Tank Gallons

Electrical

Weight (with Trailer)

Dimensions (with Trailer)

(L x W x H) 11.3' x 5.2' x 5.9'

Generators 800 kW – 2,000 kW Specifications Model

Generator Set Fuel Consumption Gallons per Hour (GPH) 100% load

75% load

50% load

56

42

28

1,000

2,780 amps at 208 v. 1,203 amps at 480 v.

40,000 lbs.

30' x 8.5' x 13.5'

1,250 kW 88

66

44

1,000

4,350 amps at 208 v. 1,885 amps at 480 v.

75,000 lbs.

40' Container

1,750 kW 122

91

61

1,250

2,625 amps at 480 v.

84,000 lbs.

40' Container

2,000 kW 140

105

77

1,250

3,000 amps at 480 v.

93,000 lbs.

40' Container

800 kW

If your facility has natural gas service and the right setup to connect, our 550 kW natural-gas fueled generators offer a great option, both from the economic and the environmental points of view.

(L x W x H)

Call 800-821-6412 to speak with a representative. | Units may vary depending on availability.

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POWER GENERATION ACCESSORIES Specifications

Load banks Load banks are devices designed to provide electrical loads for testing power sources such as generators and Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS). Load banks are also used to reduce “wet stacking” problems in Diesel engines of backup generating systems. Portable resistive load banks range in size from 10 kW to 700 kW. For larger ratings, we can provide trailer mounted models for most load testing requirements at remote sites.

Size

Voltage

Connections

30 kVA

480 - 120/208 Y

Cam-lock

45 kVA

480 - 120/208 Y

Cam-lock

75 kVA

480 - 120/208 Y

Cam-lock

112.5 kVA

480 - 120/208 Y

Cam-lock

150 kVA

480 - 120/208 Y 600 - 480

Cam-lock

225 kVA

480 - 120/208 Y

Cam-lock

300 kVA

480 - 120/208 Y 600 - 480

Cam-lock

500 kVA

480 - 120/208 Y

Cam-lock

1,000 kVA

4160/2400 - 277/480 600 - 480

Two Hole Lug

1,500 kVA

4160/2400 - 277/480

Two Hole Lug

2,500 kVA

Primary: 2400/4140/7200/12000-14400 Secondary: 277/480

Two Hole Lug

Transformers. A complete range from 50 kVA to 5,000 kVA. Transformers provide multiple voltage connections. They can be used to increase or decrease voltage, supply power to your power grid and isolate your critical loads. Our transformers are set up specifically for rental and include cam-lock inputs and outputs, fork pockets and reinforced sub frame with lifting eyes.

kW

Minimum Load Step Resolution

Load Voltage

Size (L x W x H)

Weight

100/93.75 kW

5 kW

240 / 480 VAC; 3 phase 300 / 600 VAC

25" x 16.25" x 29.12"

105 lbs.

250 or 400 kW

5 kW

240 / 480 VAC; 3 phase 600 VAC; 3 phase

56" x 34" x 52"

800 lbs.

500 kW or 700 kW 5 kW

240 / 480 VAC; 3 phase 600 VAC; 3 phase

61" x 34" x 75"

1,150 lbs.

1,500 - 2,000 kW

5 or 50 kW

480 VAC; 3 phase 600 VAC; 3 phase

188" x 93" x 118"

6,000 lbs.

2,500 - 3,000 kW

5 or 50 kW

480 VAC; 3 phase 600 VAC; 3 phase

208" x 93" x 118"

7,500 lbs.

Generator docking stations. When it’s time to put your generator to work, you want to know that you have the right connections, ready to go. Milton CAT offers you the perfect solution – a reliable, affordable generator docking station, customized to your structure. Docking stations provide quick, easy and safe connections of external generator power, up to 4,000 amps.

Power cables. Used individually, Milton CAT’s 4/0 cam-lock single conductor cables provide up to 400 amp loads, and can be used in parallel for larger load requirements. Our size #2 cam-lock single conductor cables are used when you need up to 150 amp loads.

Cable ramps Used with interlocking design, these ramps provide robust protection for cables up to 1.25" in diameter.

Quad box strings and Quad box extensions are used for 120 v., 20 amp power circuits. Size

Length

4/0 Cam-lock

5' - 20' - 50'

Weight

Capacity

Class

1 lb. / ft.

400 amps

600 v

1.2 lbs. / ft.

150 amps

600 v

Size

Length

Width

Height

Load Capacity

#2 Cam-lock Banded Sets 50'

5 Channel

36"

20"

2.31"

20,150 lbs.

Quad Box Strings

60' 10/20/20/10

25 lbs.

20 amps

600 v

QBS Extensions

75'

30 lbs.

20 amps

600 v

6/4 S/O Cord

50' - 100'

.7 lbs. / ft.

60 amps

600 v

Call 800-821-6412 to speak with a representative. | Units may vary depending on availability.

Units may vary depending on availability.

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Call 800-821-6412 to speak with a representative. | Units may vary depending on availability.

Distribution panels. Milton CATâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 60-1,200 amp panels provide outlets for a wide range of applications such as plant maintenance or shutdowns.

120/240/60/1 Description

6 - 120 Volt Plugs

120/208/60/3 Cam-lock Input with 5 QBS Receptacles

120/208/60/3 Cam-lock Input with 10 QBS Receptacles

120/208/60/3 Cam-lock Input with 10 QBS Receptacles & Hardware Capability

120/208/60/3 Cam-lock Input with (4) 100 Amp Outputs

120/208/60/3 Cam-lock Input with 12 QBS Receptacles, 200 Amp Cam-Lock Output & Hardware Capability

120/208/60/3 Various Outputs 6940 7805 8675 10410 12145 13880 17350

6560 7380 8200 9840 11480 13120 16400

Diesel

2000 2250 2500 3000 3500 4000 5000

2,500 Gal

2624 2952 3280 4100 4920 5740

Diesel

2776 3123 3470 4340 5205 6070

Type

500 Gal

2500 2812 3125 3750 4375 5000 6250

Voltage Size

800 900 1000 1250 1500 1750

Fuel tanks. We carry 500 and 2,500 gallon Diesel fuel tanks.

1000 1125 1250 1563 1875 2188

Hard Wire

984 1148 1312 1640 1968 2296

Cam-lock or Hard Wire

277/480/60/3

1041 1214 1388 1735 2082 2429

120/208/60/3 & 277/480/60/3

3,000 AMP

300 350 400 500 600 700

1,200 AMP

375 438 500 625 750 875

Cam-lock or Hard Wire

328 410 492 574 656 820

277/480/60/3

347 434 520 607 694 867

800 AMP

100 125 150 175 200 250

Cam-lock or Hard Wire

125 156 187 219 250 312

120/208/60/3 & 277/480/60/3

98 131 164 197 246 262

Cam-lock or Hard Wire

600 AMP

104 139 173 208 260 278

Cam-lock or Hard Wire

120/208/60/3 & 277/480/60/3

30 40 50 60 75 80

277/480/60/3

400 AMP

37.5 50 62.5 75 93.5 100

200 AMP

6015 6765 7520 9020 10525 12030 15035

2406 2706 3007 3760 4510 5260

902 1052 1203 1504 1804 2105

301 376 451 526 601 752

90 120 150 180 226 241

240V 15 23 30 45 60 75

kW =

3800 4275 4750 5700 6650 7600 9495

1519 1709 1899 2375 2850 3325

570 665 760 950 1140 1329

190 237 285 332 380 475

57 76 95 114 142 152

380V 9 14 19 28 38 47

3480 3910 4350 5220 6090 6955 8695

1391 1565 1739 2170 2610 3050

522 609 696 870 1043 1217

174 217 261 304 346 435

52 70 87 104 130 139

440V 9 13 17 26 35 43

3140 3525 3920 4705 5490 6275 7845

1255 1412 1569 1960 2355 2750

471 549 628 784 941 1098

157 196 235 275 314 392

47 63 78 94 118 126

460V 8 12 16 24 31 39

Volts x Amp x 1.73 x Power Factor 1000

3610 4060 4510 5415 6315 7220 9020

1443 1624 1804 2255 2705 3160

541 631 722 902 1083 1263

180 226 271 316 361 451

54 72 90 108 135 144

400V 9 13 18 27 36 45

3010 3385 3760 4510 5260 6015 7520

1203 1353 1503 1880 2255 2630

451 526 601 752 902 1052

150 188 226 263 301 376

45 60 75 90 113 120

480V 8 11 15 23 30 38

2405 2705 3010 3610 4210 4811 6015

962 1063 1203 1505 1805 2105

361 421 481 601 722 842

120 150 180 210 241 301

36 48 60 72 90 96

600V 6 9 12 18 24 30

Cam-lock or Hard Wire

220V 16 25 33 49 66 82

Connections

120/208/60/3

208V 17 26 34 52 69 87

Voltage

100 AMP

kW 5 7.5 10 15 20 25

600 675 750 900 1050 1200 1505

241 271 301 375 450 525

90 105 120 150 180 210

30 38 45 53 60 75

9 12 15 18 23 24

2400V 6 8

Automatic transfer switches. Our 100 amp - 3,000 amp transfer switches provide a safe way to distribute power.

kVa 6.3 9.4 12.5 18.7 25 31.3

Size

THREE PHASE POWER-AMPERE TABLE At common Line Two-Line Voltages - 80% Power Factor

440 490 550 655 765 875 1095

175 197 219 275 330 385

66 77 87 109 131 153

22 27 33 38 44 55

7 9 11 13 16 17

3300V 4 5

350 390 435 520 610 695 865

139 156 173 215 260 305

52 61 69 87 104 121

17 22 26 30 35 43

5 7 9 10 13 14

4160V 3 4

POWER GENERATION ACCESSORIES

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REALITY CHECK

COMPRESSED AIR

Milton CAT offers a complete range of compressors, including industrial grade, instrument quality and high-pressure units as well as a choice of electric and Diesel, oil-free models. Sullair instrument-quality compressors. We can rent you portable Diesel “instrument quality”units in sizes ranging from 375-1,600 CFM, 80-150 psi; they come equipped with aftercooler and filter and provide you with air quality to 0.01 micron.

The well-drilling project was moving along fine, but somehow, the number of compressors needed was underestimated. Now you’re facing a very nervous customer. Or, you got the bridge repair contract all right, but you’re not getting it done as quickly as you had hoped. The clock’s ticking. You’re going to need a lot more compressors to handle all the sandblasting that still has to be done. Who do you call? Who has the resources to keep in inventory the number of air compressors that your project requires? Or, who carries the low-hour, EPA-compliant units and the accessories that you may need? Where do you go to talk to experienced, knowledgeable customer service people? And, last but not least, even though it is an emergency, will you be able to get fair pricing? Milton CAT has the answers. Please read on and find out more.

Sullair high-pressure compressors. These are open frame, Diesel air compressors available in 900-1,350 CFM and 350-500 psi, trailer-mounted or enclosed models. Sullair electric compressors. Our rental inventory includes the Sullair Series of stationary air compressors, Sullair LS Series stationary electric compressors, Sullair TS Series stationary electric compressors and Sullair LSR 16, TSR 20 and TSR 32 variable drive compressors.

Model

Air Output

Rated Pressure

Fuel Tank Gallons

Working Weight

Dimensions (L x W x H)

Fuel Consum. (GPH)

375HAF

375 cfm

150 psig

56

4,420 lbs.

13' x 6' 4" x 6' 1"

6.45

750HAF

750 cfm

150 psig

120

10,600 lbs.

15' 9" x 7' 2" x 6' 9"

11.6

900HAF

900 cfm

150 psig

120

10,600 lbs.

15' 9" x 7' 2" x 6' 9"

12.7

900XHH/1150XH 900/1,150 cfm

500/350 psig

190

16,040 lbs.

17' x 7' 4" x 7' 8"

27

1550 Oil Free

1,550 cfm

75-135 psig

250

25,000 lbs.

19' x 7' 3" x 8' 1"

21.5

1600HAF

1,600 cfm

150 psig

190

16,620 lbs.

20' x 7' 3" x 7' 7"

24.8

Air hose is designed to send compressed air to valves, components and tools. Milton CAT offers 3/4", 2" and 3" Boss fittings with safety whipchecks. Size

Type

Length

3/4"

150 psi

25-50 ft.

2"

500-1,000 psi

50 ft.

3"

150 psi

25-50 ft.

Call 800-821-6412 to speak with a representative. Units may vary depending on availability.

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TEMPERATURE CONTROL Air conditioners. Milton CAT carries a complete line of air-conditioner units, including 1- and 5-ton models; 12-ton models, 20-ton entertainment units; 30-ton with an optional heater attachment; and 80-ton units. Milton CAT’s 20-ton, 12-ton and smaller air conditioning units are self-contained, meet third-party safety and quality standards and provide conditioned air for indoor or outdoor applications. These units are sound attenuated and equipped with high-efficiency scroll-type compressors, allowing for cold starting – no preheat is required. Our smaller, 12-ton and under models have user-friendly controls for non-technical operators. Our 30-ton air conditioners offer a perfect solution for cooling or optional heating in confined spaces. Dense air injection and large motor cooling are features of these robust units. We carry 150 kW heater attachments especially designed for use with these air conditioners; they come with a flanged opening that connects to the supply air output and use the 100,000 CFM VFD blower of the 30-ton unit as the airflow source. 80-ton air conditioners from Milton CAT feature dense air injection, large motor cooling and furnace cooling.

A FAMILIAR

SCENARIO You’ve been managing to keep your stores full, even though the competitive environment is the toughest you’ve seen in a while. Now, an unexpectedly long heat wave is leaving your chain of convenience stores panting for extra AC units. Getting dozens of them to be distributed across the region is not so easy, though. Your venue succeeded in securing a top star for the weekend performance, and tickets have sold out. Suddenly the weather has taken a dip for the worse and the temperature inside the tent is frigid. Heating it up will require the sort of large-scale heater and all the appropriate accessories that no local rental store would have.

Call 800-821-6412 to speak with a representative.

The list of real-life examples can go on and on. Maybe your own challenge will not be exactly the same, but you know what we’re talking about – needing top notch, EPAapproved air conditioner units, heaters or chillers, fast. Not wanting to overpay for them. And looking for expert advice on the best options. There’s a proven answer to your challenge, and it’s provided by Milton CAT. Whenever you need temporary air-conditioners, heaters or chillers, you can count on our comprehensive line of state-of-the-art, emission-compliant units, all ready to go.

Size

Dimensions (L x W x H)

Power Supply

Weight

1 Ton

26" x 20" x 34"

115 V, 60 Hertz, 1 Phase, 15 Amps

160 lbs.

5 Ton

42" x 30" x 70"

230 V, 60 Hertz, 1 Phase, 60 Amps

650 lbs.

12 Ton

64" x 44" x 68"

230/480 V, 3 Phase, 60 Hz w/ground

1,200 lbs.

20 Ton

89" x 37" x 100"

480 V, 3 Phase, 60 Hz w/ground

2,700 lbs.

30 Ton

96" x 66" x 102"

460 V, 3 Phase, 60 Hz w/ground

4,900 lbs.

80 Ton

182" x 96" x 109"

460 V, 3 Phase, 60 Hz w/ground

10,300 lbs.

Chillers, air-cooled and water-cooled. These well-designed, highly efficient units are particularly appropriate for alkylation, wet gas, turbine inlets and compressor cooling; environmental control; plastic production processes as well as for waste water treatment applications. Milton CAT accessories include water hose, reducers, elbows and manifolds, so you can get chilled water where you need it, quickly and efficiently.

Size

Dimensions (L x W x H)

Obtainable Temp.

Weight

30 Ton (air)

10' x 4' 6" x 8' 11"

20ºF

4,340 lbs.

50 Ton (air)

11' 2" x 7' x 8' 2"

0ºF

6,900 lbs.

100 Ton (air)

21' x 8' 2" x 9'

0ºF

13,900 lbs.

200 Ton (air)

30' x 8' 2" x 9'

0ºF

18,800 lbs.

300 Ton (air)

40' x 8' x 8' 9"

20ºF

40,000 lbs.

450 Ton (air)

50' x 8' x 8' 9"

20ºF

63,000 lbs.

500 Ton (water)

40' ISO Container

minus 40ºF

39,000 lbs.

Heaters. Whether you’re looking for a way to cure a concrete pad, heat a tent for a special event, or provide emergency temporary heating to an entire building, you can rent what you need from Milton CAT. Our heaters have a range of discharge from 85º to 600º. We carry thermostatically-controlled natural gas and propane units for 300,000 to 4M BTU, and electric units from 40 kW to 150 kW. Model

Dimensions (L x W x H)

Voltage

Weight

75/150 kW heater

94" x 34" x 65"

460 V/3 phase/60 Hz

2,000 lbs.

2,000 - indirect fired

95" x 32" x 54"

208 V/3 phase/60 Hz

1,201 lbs.

4,000 - indirect fired

152" x 47" x 74"

208 V/3 phase/60 Hz

2,000 lbs.

600,000 BTU make-up heater

61" x 30" x 48"

115 V/1 phase/60 Hz

500 lbs.

Units may vary depending on availability.

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Scarborough, ME

TIME TO REVIEW YOUR CONTINGENCY PLANS? Companies grow. Work processes evolve. Resources shift. Facilities change. And so do power needs. Even the best thought-out contingency plans will become obsolete, and the last thing you want is to find that out when an emergency strikes. Take a good look at your plan. We can help you by pointing at the areas that require the most attention because they are the most likely to have changed, and we can make some recommendations. You can always count on your Milton CAT Power Systems staff to support you with the knowledge, the expertise and the commitment that are an integral part of our way of doing business. And you know that we have the resources to back you up, no matter how great your needs may be.

Londonderry, NH

Cranston, RI

Support. Your time is valuable, and having to waste any of it training your vendors or suppliers on details and requirements doesn’t make any sense. When you work with Milton CAT, you know that the staff has been rigorously trained and has years of experience helping customers solve similar challenges to the ones you’re facing. Whether you’re looking at renting air, power or temperature control equipment to meet an urgent need, or you’re putting together a contingency plan, you can count on our team’s proven industry knowledge and well-tested dedication.

Service. Renting air, power or temperature control units from Milton CAT means more than access to a complete range of emission-compliant, high quality equipment – it also means the peace of mind of knowing that whatever happens, you’re going to be backed by the best in the industry. Our service department is staffed, trained and equipped to solve problems in the field. One call is all it takes to get the right person to your location, ready to do whatever it takes so your generator, your compressor or your temperature control unit is properly installed, connected and functioning.

Wareham, MA

REACHING YOUR GOALS Starts here, and now. Give us a call or come and see us, and we’ll work together at finding the best way for you to meet your needs, achieve your objectives and reach your goals.

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Northeast 10 May 16, 2018  
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