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Tunnel to Mitigate Chronic Sewer Flooding By Jennifer Rupp CEG CORRESPONDENT

3 World Trade Center to Open After Many Delays…10

ECA Celebrates 100 Years in Business…22

Nuanced Advancements Mark Loader Design…78

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Since the early 1900s, Washington, D.C., has battled chronic sewer flooding from an undersized sewer system not built for the boom of the District. Currently, there is a 50 percent chance that flooding could occur in any given year and there are six areas that are plagued by continuous overflow. In fall of 2017, DC Water began a project that will significantly mitigate the chance of flooding and provide a system capable of handling a 15-year storm in the areas it serves. The Northeast Boundary Tunnel (NEBT) is 27,000 ft. long and 23 ft. in diameter. This reinforced concrete sewer tunnel will increase the capacity of the existing sewer system in the District, significantly mitigating The German-manufactured Herrenknecht tunnel boring machine features a 26 ft.-3 in.-diameter sewer flooding and improving the cutterhead. water quality of the Anacostia River. The NEBT is the largest component of the DC Water’s “Clean Rivers ities along the tunnel alignment to capture flows from the existing sewer Project” and will start just south of the RFK Stadium and extend north to system and divert them to the tunnel. Ventilation control facilities will be added to regulate air flow. The NEBT will connect with the First Street Rhode Island Avenue and west to R Street NW. In addition to the tunnel, DC Water will be constructing diversion facil- Tunnel and Anacostia River Tunnel to provide a complete gravity system from Northwest DC to Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant, where all flows captured by the tunnel system will be delivered for treatment prior to discharge to the Potomac River. A joint venture of SaliniImpregilo/Healy (SIH) was NEW YORK (AP) A rail line that will let Gov. Cuomo Office photo selected based on the highest train passengers travel between midtown technical score and lowest Manhattan and LaGuardia Airport will be price proposal. The $580 milstarted with the signature of legislation by lion bid is for design-build, a New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. contract type adopted by DC “How can you not have a rail train to the Water in recent years. DC city from a New York airport? I mean, it’s Water recently adopted the just incomprehensible, right?,” the design-build method to allow Democrat said June 25 before signing the for more contractor innovation AirTrain construction bill into law after and greater coordination with detailing the plans during an event at the the project owner. World Trade Center in lower Manhattan. “With this decision, the

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10 80-STORY 3 WORLD TRADE CENTER TO OPEN AFTER YEARS OF DELAYS The new $2.7 billion building, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Rogers, has been the fifth-tallest building in New York City since construction topped out in 2016.

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80-Story 3 World Trade Center to Open After Years of Delays Karen Matthews ASSOCIATED PRESS

An 80-story office building set to open at the World Trade Center will be the latest completed skyscraper at the site where the twin towers stood. The ribbon-cutting for the 1,079ft. 3 World Trade Center marks a major step in the rebuilding of the site, stalled for years by disputes among government agencies, trade center developer Larry Silverstein, insurers and 9/11 victims’ family members who wanted the entire site to be preserved for eternity as a memorial. The new $2.7 billion building, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Rogers, has been the fifth-tallest building in New York City since construction topped out in 2016. That designation seemed elusive in 2009 when the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which owns the trade center site and was battling with Silverstein over costs associated with rebuilding, sought to reduce 3 World Trade to a fourstory “stump.” After arbitration in the dispute between the developer and the property owner, construction started in 2010 but was halted at seven stoThe new $2.7 billion building, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Rogers, has been the fifth-tallest building in New ries due to a lack of financing. The financial situation improved York City since construction topped out in 2016. in 2012, Silverstein said. “It was like somebody came to us and said, ‘The ment but are actually structural components cans on the 69th floor of the new building’s from this place as many people are advising curtain has gone up, you can now access this that will allow for column-free spaces inside. neighbor, 4 World Trade, last year. The art- me to do and as the insurers want me to do “It’s a load-bearing system,” said Carlos work inspired the streaming service Spotify or we can stay and rebuild,” Silverstein pool of financing.’” The Port Authority’s current executive Valverde, a Silverstein Properties vice presi- to sign a lease for the top floors of the build- recalled saying. “But I said, ‘It’s going to be a tough 10 years,’ because I thought we director, Rick Cotton, joined the agency in dent who has supervised construction of the ing including the “graffiti in the sky” floor. Silverstein said 40 percent of 3 World could do it all in 10 years.” 2017 and missed out on the fights with building. The skyscraper boasts an annealed glass Trade’s office space is leased. GroupM will Seventeen years later, Silverstein has Silverstein. Cotton said the opening of 3 World Trade is “really a major transforma- exterior with 10,000 glass panels that have start moving in July 16, Valverde said. completed 4 World Trade and 3 World tive step in the ongoing evolution of the been cooled slowly to reduce internal stress, Management consulting firm McKinsey & Trade. One World Trade, the tallest building World Trade Center from a construction site meaning the glass shouldn’t break into Co. has leased space and will move in next on the site, was developed by the Port year. Authority. to an active, living, breathing campus of shards if it is struck. Inside, office space is being readied for Myers Mermel, the chief executive of The still unfinished 2 World Trade Center, office buildings and a memorial.” It is the third skyscraper built on the orig- anchor tenant GroupM, an advertising firm, TenantWise, a real estate advisory firm, said immediately north of the transportation hub, inal World Trade Center superblock. A with exposed ceilings that suggest a Soho the McKinsey deal will spur other presti- is awaiting an anchor tenant and financing gious financial services firms to consider before it can be built beyond a stump. fourth tower just north of the site, which loft. There are outdoor terraces on the 17th, moving to the area. “McKinsey marks a “We’ve just got to find the occupant of that replaced the destroyed 7 World Trade 60th and 76th floors including an outdoor turning point in front office acceptance of the last tower. Get that done,” Silverstein said. Center, opened in 2006. Also starting construction after years of Three World Trade’s 62-ft. lobby faces the deck that will be shared by all the building’s new World Trade Center,” he said. Silverstein, now 87, thought he had gotten delays is the nearby Ronald O. Perelman National Sept. 11 Museum. Wedged tenants. A mural of a dancer in a red dress adorns “the brass ring” when he signed a 99-year Performing Arts Center at the World Trade between the Santiago Calatrava-designed transportation hub and 4 World Trade a wall on the otherwise bare 68th floor, lease on the trade center in July 2001. Two Center, named for the billionaire investor Center, also built by Silverstein, the new which will eventually be covered with street planes piloted by terrorists destroyed the after he made a $75 million donation. Its trade center complex six weeks later. scheduled completion date is 2020. building consists of an 80-story tower strad- artists’ work. 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Gov. Cuomo Announces $57.7M for 136 Rural Projects Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced $57.7 million in state and federal funding for 136 rural public transportation projects statewide. The initiative will support rural public transportation operations; help local communities procure new clean-fuel, ADA accessible buses and related equipment; enhance coordination between local transportation agencies through mobility management and employment services; and construct new transit-related infrastructure, including facilities, passenger shelters and technology enhancements. “Transportation infrastructure is the lifeblood of our economy and the key to future growth,” Cuomo said. “This funding will bolster upstate mobility operations and help ensure that all New Yorkers, regardless of their location, will have a transportation infrastructure they can rely on.” “As chair of the Regional Economic Development Councils, I have seen how New York’s investment in infrastructure has transformed our Upstate economy,” said Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul. “This latest infusion of funding for new buses and transportation-related projects in communities across the state will go a long way toward modernizing transit systems and ensuring all New Yorkers have easy access to public transportation.” The funding will be administered by the New York State Department of Transportation and supported through grants from the Federal Transit Administration. In all, funds will be awarded to 51 program participants including, 39 municipalities, three transportation authorities, one tribal nation and eight intercity bus operators serving rural areas throughout the state. Collectively, these services support more than five million passenger trips annually and provide a vital role in the rejuvenation of the state’s upstate towns and villages. Recipients of this funding will receive $34.3 million for vehicle replacement and infrastructure renewal projects and $23.4 million to support service operations. This $57.7 million in new state and federal investments will leverage nearly $85 million in rural transportation improvements across the state. The capital funds awarded under this initiative will accelerate the deployment of 162 new clean-fuel ADA accessible vehicles, replacing and modernizing approximately 19 percent of the total rural transit fleet. In addition, this funding will support vehicle maintenance and storage facility rehabilitation and modernization; enhanced passenger amenities such as shelters, communication systems and security; and provide mobility management services. “With today’s investment, we are able to

support essential public transportation services that enhance mobility and strengthen communities by modernizing buses, facilities and other related capital equipment and improving services,” said Paul A. Karas, New York State Department of Transportation acting commissioner. “Public transportation investment is a key component of a strong local economies throughout New York.” “Today’s announcement ensures that funding will be available to rural communities across the state for critically important infrastructure and transportation improvements,” said Senator Joe Robach, chair of the Transportation Committee. “Public transportation is vital to the economic wellbeing of communities and this funding will to help to make certain that New York State is continuing to work towards a modern, 21st century infrastructure and transit system for all its residents.” “Transportation is the life blood of local communities across New York State. These grants will bolster local transportation networks, while breathing new life into the state’s economy and helping its citizens reach their destinations safely every day,” said Assemblyman David Gantt, chair of the Committee on Transportation. A full list of projects by region is available below: Capital Region $1 million in funding to support operating assistance; fleet renewal and modernization; and mobility management services in Columbia, Greene and Rensselaer counties: • $148,000 in operating assistance in Columbia County; • $239,000 in operating assistance, $267,000 to purchase four transit buses to expand services and $256,000 for projects that support mobility in Greene County; and • $127,000 in operating assistance in Rensselaer County. Mohawk Valley $9.9 million in funding to support operating assistance; transit capital projects; fleet, facility and equipment renewal and modernization; and mobility management services in Fulton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Oneida, Otsego and Schoharie counties; and in the cities of Gloversville and Oneonta: • $606,000 in operating assistance; $189,000 for transit technology equipment and facility maintenance; and $145,000 for projects that support mobility management in the city of Gloversville; • $125,000 in operating assistance to Fulton County; • $53,000 in operating assistance to Herkimer County;

• $575,000 in operating assistance and $75,000 to purchase communications equipment in Montgomery County; • $339,000 in operating assistance and $281,000 for projects that support mobility in Oneida County; • $262,000 in operating assistance and $3.79 million to construct a transit hub, upgrade fareboxes and replace dispatch equipment in the city of Oneonta; • $325,000 in operating assistance; $1.96 million to replace nine transit buses and one electric trolley; and $121,000 for technology projects in Otsego County; and • $585,000 in operating assistance; $344,000 to replace four transit buses; and $149,000 for projects that support mobility in Schoharie County. Central New York $4.3 million in funding to support operating assistance; transit capital projects; fleet, facility and equipment renewal and modernization; and mobility management services in Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga and Oswego counties: • $447,000 in operating assistance, and $203,000 for a backup generator and facility maintenance for CENTRO in Cayuga County; • $504,000 in operating assistance; $716,000 to replace nine transit buses; $18,000 for two bus shelters; and $326,000 for projects that support mobility in Cortland County; • $246,000 in operating assistance; $236,000 to purchase two transit buses to expand services; and $142,000 for projects that support mobility in Madison County; • $156,000 in operating assistance for CENTRO in Onondaga County; • $500,000 in operating assistance and $220,000 for a backup generator and maintenance equipment and facility maintenance for CENTRO in Oswego; and • $160,000 in operating assistance and $117,000 to replace one transit bus, $85,000 for technology and diagnostic equipment, and $178,000 for projects that support mobility in Oswego County. Finger Lakes $13.9 million in funding to support operating assistance; transit capital projects; fleet, facility, and equipment renewal and modernization; and mobility management services in Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming and Yates counties: • $240,000 in operating assistance; $177,000 to replace three transit buses; and $3.44 million for one bus shelter, facility maintenance and construction for Rural Transit Service (RTS) in Genesee County;

• $275,000 in operating assistance; $923,000 to replace four transit buses and to purchase four transit buses to expand services; and $18,000 for one bus shelter for RTS in Livingston County; • $124,000 in operating assistance for RTS in Monroe County; • $743,000 in operating assistance; $845,000 to replace 11 transit buses and $231,000 for three bus shelters; backup equipment, facility maintenance and construction for RTS in Ontario County; • $160,000 in operating assistance; $59,000 to purchase one transit bus to expand services; and $290,000 for one bus shelter, facility maintenance and construction for RTS in Orleans County; • $150,000 in operating assistance; $393,000 to purchase five transit buses to expand services; and $18,000 for one bus shelter for RTS in Seneca County; • $475,000 in operating assistance; $1.46 million to replace 13 transit buses; and $315,000 for five bus shelters and facility design for RTS in Wayne County; • $247,000 in operating assistance; $295,000 to replace four transit buses; and $2.89 million for facility renovation and construction for RTS in Wyoming County; and • $86,000 in operating assistance and $4,000 for new bus signs in Yates County. Western New York $7 million in funding to support operating assistance; transit capital projects; fleet, facility, and equipment renewal and modernization; and mobility management services in Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua and Niagara counties, the cities of Niagara Falls and Olean and to the Seneca Nation of Indians: • $576,000 in operating assistance; $323,000 to replace five transit buses; $144,000 for a charging station and communication equipment; and $602,000 for projects that support mobility in Allegany County; • $895,000 in operating assistance and $428,000 to replace one transit bus for Butler/Blue Bird bus lines across western New York; • $617,000 in operating assistance and $116,000 to replace one transit bus for the City of Olean; • $822,000 in operating assistance; $851,000 to replace 12 transit buses; $138,000 for communications and technology equipment; and $132,000 for projects that support mobility in Chautauqua County; • $102,000 in operating assistance and $38,000 for bike racks and technology equipment for the city of Niagara Falls; see PROJECTS page 116


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2013 JOHN DEERE 310SK (6002991), 5525 Hrs, Cab w/AC, 4WD, 24” Coupler Backhoe Bkt, Ext Hoe 1.25 CU YD Coupler Bucket w/Hyd ................$62,000

SOLD 2013 KUBOTA U25-R1T4 (6008885), 550 Hrs, Open ROPS, Rubber Tracks, Zero Tail Swing, Dozer Blade, Hydraulic Thumb, Quick Coupler, 18” Trenching Bucket ..........................................$29,500

EXCAVATORS 2013 KUBOTA U25-R1T4 (6008885), 550 Hrs, Open ROPS, Rubber Tracks, Zero Tail Swing, Dozer Blade, Hydraulic Thumb, Quick Coupler, 18” Trenching Bucket ......................................................................................SOLD 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 2009 KOBELCO SK260LR (2926001), 1550 Hrs, Cab w/Heat, AC, 42” Bucket, Long Reach ..............................................................................$140,000 2009 KUBOTA KX121-3S (6008898), 3800 Hrs, Cab, AC, Quick Coupler, 6Way Blade ................................................................................................$27,000 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 LOADER-BACKHOES 1994 JOHN DEERE 310D (60021001), 6820 Hrs, 2WD, 24" Backhoe Bkt .. ..................................................................................................................$11,000 2002 CASE 580M (60021002), 8200 Hrs, Cab w/Heat, 4WD, Ext Hoe, 24" Backhoe Bkt ............................................................................................$27,000 2013 JOHN DEERE 310SK (6002991), 5525 Hrs, Cab w/AC, 4WD, 24" Coupler Backhoe Bkt, Ext Hoe 1.25 CU YD Coupler Bucket w/Hyd....$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 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 2011 KUBOTA RTV900 (6010753), 2800 Hrs, 4WD, Hydraulic Dump Bed, Poly Windshield & Rear Screen ................................................................$5,750 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

2011 JOHN DEERE 332D (6003903), 625 Hrs, Cab w/AC & Radio, Hyd Coupler, High Flow ......................$37,000

SKID STEER & COMPACT TRACK LOADERS 2011 JOHN DEERE 332D (6003903), 625 Hrs, Cab w/AC & Radio, Hyd Coupler, High Flow..................................................................................$37,000 2012 KUBOTA SVL90-2HC CTL (3011022), 1,600 Hrs, 84” Low Profile Bucket, Cab w/AC, Pilot Controls, Hydraulic Coupler ............................SOLD LOADERS 2003 VOLVO L120E (6006713), 14,780 Hrs, Cab, 2 Spool, Pin On Bkt 3.75 CU YD......................................................................................................$27,000 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 COMPACTION & PAVING EQUIPMENT 2016 DYNAPAC CA1500D (4007115), 470 Hrs, Open ROPS Cab, 7 Ton Soil Compactor, 66" Drum, 75 HP Deutz Engine ..........................................$75,000 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 BOMAG BW120 (6004733), 1025 Hrs ..................................................$3,950 MISCELLANEOUS 1994 GENIE Z45 BOOM LIFT (6010754), 2225 Hrs, 45’ Platform Height, 500 Lb. Platform Capacity ........................................................................$6,250 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 2013 LAND PRIDE RB2672 (5805720), New!, 72” Rear Blade, Adjustable Manual Angle ............................................................................................SOLD 2009 KENT F9 (5801717), 1500 Lb. Hammer w/Moil Point, Hose Assembly & Flat Face Quick Fittings, Smart/Swift Hitch to Fit Deere, Cat, Case Backhoe ....................................................................................................................$8,425 2010 KENT F5FSP (5805411), 750 Lb. Hammer, Moil Point, Univ. Skid Steer Mount, Hose Assembly w/Flat Face Quick Fittings, Can be Converted to be Used on Excavator w/Purchase of Top Cap (Additional Cost) ............$6,350

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1997 KUBOTA L35, CANOPY TOP/ROPS, BT900 BACKHOE, LOADER, 1407 HRS ..........................................SOLD $22,995 2013 NEW HOLLAND B95C TC, FULL CAB, TOOL CARRIER, 4WD, 4IN1 BKT, EXTENDAHOE, 795 HRS..................$78,000 1999 NEW HOLLAND 575E, CAB WITH HEAT, 7025 HOURS ........................................................................................$17,995 2000 NEW HOLLAND 675E, CAB WITH HEAT/AC, 6366 HOURS, 4WD, 4 IN 1 BUCKET ............................................$19,995 2005 NEW HOLLAND LB75.B, FULL CAB, 4WD, 4 IN 1 BKT, EXTENDABLE DIPPER, FLIP PADS, 4000 HOURS ....$28,500

2001 BOBCAT 773, CAB WITH HEAT, MANUAL COUPLER, 1480 HRS ........................................................................$12,995 2016 NEWHOLLAND L218, FULL CAB, 2 SPEED, 66” LP BUCKET, HYD. COUPLER, 212 HOURS .......................... $38,995 2016 NEW HOLLAND L220, FULL CAB, 2 SPEED, 72” LOW PROFILE BUCKET 195 HOURS, HIGH FLOW ..............$35,995 2013 NEW HOLLAND L225, FULL CAB, 2 SPEED, MECHANICAL CONTROLS, HIGH FLOW, 486 HOURS, HYD. COUPLER, 78” LP BUCKET..................................................................................................................................................................$37,995 2015 NEW HOLLAND L230, FULL CAB, 2 SPEED, 78” LP BUCKET, HYD. COUPLER, 325 HOURS, HI FLOW..........$42,300 2015 NEW HOLLAND L230, FULL CAB, 2 SPEED, 72” LP BUCKET, HYD. COUPLER, 277 HOURS, HI FLOW..........$44,000 2016 NEW HOLLAND L230, FULL CAB, 2 SPEED, 72” LP BUCKET, HYD. COUPLER, 235 HOURS, HIGH FLOW ....$45,500 2015 NEW HOLLAND L230, FULL CAB, 2 SPEED, 72” LP BUCKET, HYD. COUPLER, 327 HOURS, HIGH FLOW, NEW TIRES..................................................................................................................................................................................$40,995

WHEEL LOADERS: 2014 DOOSAN DL250-3, 3.5 YD BUCKET, 746 HRS ......................................................................................................$92,500 2015 DOOSAN DL250-5, 3.5 YD BKT, JRB QUICK COUPLER, 272 HRS ....................................................................$149,500 2016 KAWASAKI 67-Z7, FULL CAB, 153 HRS, RIDE CONTROL, HEATED SEATS, 2.8 CU YD BUCKET ..................$142,000

EXCAVATORS: 2014 BOBCAT E63, CAB W/HEAT/AC, QUICK COUPLER, 1503 HRS, HYDRAULIC THUMB, 2 BUCKETS..................$59,995 2015 DOOSAN DX350LC-5, FULL CAB, QUICK COUPLER, 495 HRS, 2 WAY PIPING ..............................................$249,500 2012 KUBOTA KX057-4, FULL CAB, DUAL HYDRAULICS, ANGLE BLADE W/FLOAT, HYDRAULIC THUMB, MANUAL COUPLER, 1285 HRS........................................................................................................................................................$47,995 2013 KUBOTA KX080 R3, FULL CAB, RUBBER TRACKS, ANGLE BLADE, HYDRAULIC THUMB, KUBOTA COUPLER, 36” BKT, 2650 HRS ..................................................................................................................................................................$59,000 2013 KOBELCO SK260-9, FULL CAB, QUICK COUPLER, 2660 HRS ..........................................................................$139,000 2005 NEW HOLLAND E80 MIDI EXCAVATOR, 30” HENSLEY BUCKET, CAB W/HEAT/AC, FULLY SERVICED, 5600 HOURS.. ............................................................................................................................................................................................$34,995 2013 WACKER NEUSON 28-Z3, CAB, RUBBER TRACKS, BLADE, 817 HRS................................................................$26,995

TRACTORS: 1975 FORD 7000, FRONT WEIGHTS, 2WD, 3 PT HITCH, PTO........................................................................................$8,500 1998 JOHN DEERE 5310, 4WD, LOADER AND BACKHOE, 4208 HRS ........................................................................$13,500 2003 NEW HOLLAND TC45D, SOFT CAB W/HEAT, 4WD, SUPER STEER, 2350 HRS, QUICK ATTACH BUCKET ......$15,000 NEW HOLLAND TS100A, SWD W/21’ MACHETTE FLAILAX, BOOM MODEL MB21 SN 02221, FLAIL AXE (BELT DRIVEN), 48”, NEW REPLACEMENT HEAD - MF48-01598, 1433 HRS ........................................................................................$69,000

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2000 Manitowoc 2250, 300ton, Series III ctwt option, 260' boom, Cummins diesel, S/N: 2251051 ....................P.O.R.

2007 Manitou MT1745, 10,000 lb. capacity, 54’ max lift, repaint, enclosed cab ...... ..........................................P.O.R.

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2007 Manitou M50-4, 10,000 lb. capacity, 4WD, 163” max lift w/ SS, enclosed cab, 48” forks..................................P.O.R.

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ECA Celebrates Its Centennial Anniversary in Pittsburgh

The ECA and BAUER contingents celebrated a long-standing partnership. (LR): ECA’s Jeff Harmston, Ben Dutton and Roy Kern; Jochen Grundmann, BAUER-Pileco; Christian Gress, BAUER Maschinen; and Dan Dragone, BAUERPileco.

ECA’s 100-Year Anniversary Celebration kicked off with a cocktail reception at the Heinz History Center.

By Brian Fraley SPECIAL TO CEG

More than 400 attendees arrived in downtown Pittsburgh, Pa., on the evening of June 1, 2018, to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Equipment Corporation of America (ECA), a leading distributor of foundation construction equipment. The attendees represented industry leaders, family and friends from the United States, Canada and Europe. The event kicked off with a cocktail reception at the Heinz History Center amidst the symbols of Pittsburgh’s rich industrial heritage — a fitting location for a centuryold supplier with local roots. The guests were then shuttled to the Omni William Penn Hotel for a formal sit-down dinner and dancing. The highlights of the event included a colorful talk and slideshow presentation by CEO Roy Kern with photos and stories from the firm’s history; a few words from Roy’s father Al whom served as CEO from 1986 to 1999; entertaining comments from president and long-time employee Ben Dutton; and the presentation of engraved platters commemorating 100 years of business to the Kern family by Jeff Harmston, vice president of sales and marketing and Kelly Simon, marketing manager. Highlights also included public recognition for past and present employees and business partners that made the momentous occasion possible. “ECA’s 100-year anniversary wouldn’t have been possible without the commitment see ECA page 110

CEO Roy Kern entertained the crowd with photos and stories from ECA’s 100year history during a slideshow presentation. (L-R): Al and Iris Kern and Roy and Lori Kern accepted engraved platters presented by Jeff Harmston and Kelly Simon. The platters commemorate ECA’s 100 years of business.

(L-R): Lori and Roy Kern with Mary Jane and Ben Dutton.

President Ben Dutton was one of many employees that were asked to stand up and be recognized for their service to ECA.


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

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

COMPACTORS

CRANES

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

AIR COMPRESSORS

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

BACKHOES

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

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

CRAWLER TRACTORS

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

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

MOTOR SCRAPERS

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

Komatsu

PC128UU,

1996,

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

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

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

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

TRUCKS & TRAILERS

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

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


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Md. Gov. Hogan Celebrates Opening of New Dover Bridge Maryland.gov photo

Against the backdrop of the historic Dover Bridge in Easton, Md., Gov. Larry Hogan celebrated the official opening of the new Dover Bridge.

Against the backdrop of the historic construction, the contractor closely Dover Bridge in Easton, Md., Gov. coordinated with local emergency Larry Hogan celebrated the official responders, subcontractors, and county opening of the new Dover Bridge along agencies to minimize impact to the comMD 331 (Dover Road/Dover Bridge munity. Road) over the Choptank River on June The Hogan administration’s current 13 with an official ribbon-cutting, a full six-year transportation investment in the year ahead of schedule. This $65.4 milEastern Shore totals $746 million. lion project replaces the existing swingHogan highlighted the administration’s span bridge with a higher fixed-span, successes in delivering on promised two-lane bridge with shoulders. projects from his $2 billion investment The governor was joined by in roads and bridges announced in 2015. Maryland Department of Transportation All 69 structurally deficient bridges (MDOT) Deputy Secretary Jim Ports, identified in June 2015 have now been MDOT State Highway Administration rehabilitated, replaced, or are in the con(MDOT SHA) Administrator Greg struction phase. Just three years after his Slater, state and local officials, residents, promise to fix these 69 bridges, the final businesses and project team members. projects are being advertised for conMotorists began using the new Dover struction. Bridge the afternoon of June 12. The Hogan administration also has The governor arrived at the event delivered on other promised local projafter taking the final drive across the old ects including: $28.1 million rehabilitaDover Bridge in a 1941 Buick owned tion of 11 bridges along the Salisbury Maryland.gov photo Bypass that opened to traffic by this past and driven by Darlene Spence, who is affiliated with the St. Michaels Classic The governor arrived at the event after taking the final drive across the old Dover Bridge Memorial Day; the $158 million duala 1941 Buick owned and driven by Darlene Spence, who is affiliated with the St. Michaels Motor Museum. The old bridge, which in ization of MD 404 between U.S. 50 and Classic Motor Museum. is being restored as a historic structure, Denton opened to traffic by will remain in the open position and Thanksgiving 2017, and the $133.9 milConstructed in 1932, the old Dover their way along a 33-mi. detour to reach the lion widening of U.S. 113 Phase 3, which is serve as a fishing pier for local residents and Bridge was set to open on demand for other side of the bridge. Issues at the bridge nearly complete, and the final phase, which visitors. “I am pleased to announce the completion marine traffic, had 12-ft.-wide lanes and no also isolated area residents and hindered just began construction. of this critically important project as we offi- shoulders, and had been the subject of emergency responders’ access to the “Our administration will continue to fight cially open the new Dover Bridge over the decades-long safety concerns for local resi- University of Maryland Shore Medical for transportation infrastructure projects that Choptank River — something that people dents. At times, the swing-span bridge Center at Easton. help Maryland citizens go about their daily The new structure, which was constructed lives in a more efficient and safer manner,” have requested for decades,” said Hogan. would close to traffic due to mechanical fail“Our administration is proud to not only get ures that caused severe traffic delays and by McLean Contracting Inc. of Glen Burnie, said the governor. it built but deliver this project a full year time lost as crews rushed to make repairs. has two 12-ft.-wide lanes and two 8-ft.-wide (This story also can be found on ahead of schedule. We are working hard to When bridge motor malfunctions or a crash shoulders. The 50-ft.-high, fixed-span bridge Construction Equipment Guide’s webrebuild our transportation infrastructure on occurred on the bridge with no shoulders, allows marine vessels to use the river with- site at www.constructionequipmentdrivers were rerouted up to 45 minutes out of out stopping bridge traffic. During bridge guide.com.) the Eastern Shore and all across the state.”


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2008 Caterpillar 320DL Hydraulic Excavator

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Auxiliary Hydraulics, Coupler, Digging Bkt, One Owner, Work Ready ......................................$89,500

Auxiliary Hydraulics, 10’6” Stick, 54” Bucket ............ ....................................................................$119,500

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Independent Boom Hoist, for Clam Use, Elevated Cab w/A.C. ..................................................$129,500

All approximately 500 Hrs, ALL OPTIONS.................. ..............................................................$89,500 ea.

2007 Caterpillar 321C LCR Hydraulic Excavator

2010 Caterpillar 321D LCR Hydraulic Excavator

Auxiliary Hydraulics, Coupler, Digging Bkt, One Owner, Well Maintained ................................$79,500

Auxiliary Hydraulics, Coupler, Digging Bucket, Approx. 9000 Hrs ........................................$99,500

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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 815F II SOIL COMPACTOR, Stock #: UP16000 SMU/Hrs: 1,380, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING; RETARDER; BLADE WITH TILT ............ ................................................................$430,000

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2015 CAT 522B Track Feller, Stk#: UP16309, 1,514 hrs, EQUIPPED: CAB; A/C; COLD STARTING AID; DRIVE, HI DRAWBAR; LIGHTING GP; COUNTERWEIGHT, SLAB; 22IN QUADCO 22SC CUTTING HEAD; 24IN SG SHOES ......$380,000

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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1466225.79441 rebuilt 740 AXM transmission

Arm, Used, 4E7522/63584, GUTO Inspected standard lift 988F arm Arm, Used, 2357301/67960, GUTO Inspected 930G Standard lift arm 2357301 Arm, Used, 1157044/68123, Good used take off arm, all bores inspected, no cracks Cat # 1157044 Standard lift Arm, Used, 1133727/73616, TAKE OFF- BEARINGS NEED REPLACED Axle, Used, 1725385/80027, Good used take out rear axle, visual inspection of diff and wheel grps Axle, Used, 2514522/80917, Good used fixed axle, visual inspection of diff and planetary grps Axle, Used, 1294281/80918, Good used take out rear axle, visual inspection of diff and planetary grps Axle, Used, 1383121/35700, GUTO REAR AXLE GROUP, 1383121 SUITES 950G/962G/IT62G Axle, Used, 2677380/71827, Rebuilt rear axle, includes Rebearinged trunions. Part# 2677380 Axle, Used, 1079680/71963, Good used inspected rear axle. Axle, Used, 1378832/68732, Good used rear axle, inspected. No trunion support housings. Includes 1378851 diff, 1929822 wheel groups Blade, Angle, Used, 3341764/58556, GUTO D6T XW COMPLETE ANGLE BLADE GROUP WITH C FRAME FITS D6T XW ONLY Blade, Angle, Used, 3527618/66974, Like new take off D6TXL Angle blade group Blade: 3341739 C Frame: 3341742 Blade, Angle, Used, 2940812/72076, Good used take off angle blade, all pin bores repaired. Fits D6T LGP Blade, Angle, New, BL474, D6T XL Angle blade group 3787905 Blade, Angle, New, BL497, D6TXL ANGLE BLADE GROUP 3787905 Blade, Angle, New, BL551, D6T XL ANGLE BLADE GROUP 3787905 Blade, Angle, New, BL552, D6TXL ANGLE BLADE GROUP 3787905 Blade, Other, Used, 3387943/51608, Low hour take off knock down blade suits 314E Includes 2824580 blade group, left and right hand cylinders with guards Blade, SU, Used, BL400, D7E Complete SU Blade groups, never installed 3034730 Blade, SU, Used, BL315, D10T SU BLADE GROUP Call for details Blade, SU, New, BL402, D7E Complete SU Blade group, never installed 3034730 Blade, U, Rebuilt, 9J7420/42578, Rebuilt D9L U Blade # 9J7420 Booms, Used, 5I3412/54544, GUTO BOOM 4300 mm / 14.1 ft SUITES 311/312 Booms, Used, 1271409/71069, GOOD USED TAKE OFF INSPECTED. NO CRACKS 22.6' / 6.9M Booms, Used, 1839140/73275, TAKE OFF- FOOT PIN BEARINGS CRACKED Booms, Used, 2343799/50540, Good used take off 242 ( 6150mm / 20.17') Reach Boom Booms, Used, 2318178/75933, 4.25M High lift boom Rebuilt complete Includes 255-0042 GRP 1970679 Linkage Grp 2311955 Rebuilt tilt cylinder sold exchange Booms, Used, MS3194, LONG REACH BOOM & STICK FOR 320 USED CALL FOR DETAILS Bucket, GP, Used, 1098156/78252, GOOD USED 953D QUICK COUPLER STYLE BUCKET Bucket, Other, New, THSB/56740, NEW TOMAHAWK BRAND STUMP BUCKET, SUITS MOST ALL BRANDS OF SKID STEERS Bucket, Other, Used, BU3844, Rockland Brand Trapezoidal bucket 60 on top, 24 on bottom Model ETZ 1.57 CY3 Very good used Bucket, Other, New, BU3843, Rockland Brand Trapezoidal Bucket 60 on top 24 on bottom Model ETZ 1.57 CY3 CB linkage family Unused Bucket, Rock, Used, 5V5601/60577, REPAIRED AS NEEDED Bucket, Severe-Duty, Used, BU3226, 42 DB Linkage severe duty bucket Call for details Cab, EROPS, Used, 3T8106/36149, EROPS Cab, recondtioned suits D10 84W Cab, EROPS, Used, 1097922/47687, GOOD USED TAKE OFF 980G CAB FITS 2KR & 9CM SERIAL NUMBER PREFIX Cab, EROPS, Used, 1118549/50331, GOOD USED TAKE OFF CAB GRP FITS D9R/D10R/D11R Cab, EROPS, Used, 7U4400/40232, GOOD USED D350E CAB 7U4400 Cab, EROPS, Used, 1097922/65276, Good used take off cab, inspected Fits 980G 2KR PART# 1097922 Cab, EROPS, Used, 1276516/75461, GUTO CAB Glass needs replaced, sold as is Cab, EROPS, Used, 1674447/74762GUTO VERY CLEAN CAB 125-3367 DASH PANEL CRACKED MONITOR PANEL BAD INSPECTED FOR MSHA RE-CERT

1056574.82445 Rebuilt D10N engine

Cab, EROPS, Used, 1587696/72079, GUTO CAB C-Frame, Used, 3341767/66973, Like new take off C Frame assembly Counterweight, Used, 2400020/73334, 2400020 1260 LBS AS IS Counterweight, Used, 1146030/65810, 2300 LB Counterweight fits 980G 2KR Counterweight, Used, 3374888/62291, Good used take off Counterweight 7385 LBS Counterweight, Used, 6T3584/62617, Counterweight group, pins and links are in need of repair Counterweight, Used, MS2271, 705 LB Counterweight Cat # 3745858 Take off Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3336550/58732, NEW TAKE OFF FUSION STYLE QUICK COUPLER Coupler / Quick Coupler, New, 3611097/76152, NEW CAT HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER Coupler / Quick Coupler, New, 336QCT/77452, New Tasca hydraulic quick coupler Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 2407867/78253, GOOD USED 953 QUICK COUPLER Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, BRK886, 2567-5693 IT Coupler hook for SA30 Broom Coupler / Quick Coupler, New, 3498040/78268, New Take Off 938K/938M Fusion interface quick coupler Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, CU880Hydraulic quick coupler ISO/VOLVO Designed to pick up Volvo interface quick coupler attachments. Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, BRK886, Used IT Coupler hook used only on a Cat SA30 Broom Cat # 2675693 Cylinder, Boom/Lift, Used, 1393788/72191, Good used polished rod fits front shovel boom lift cylinder 121-8909 Rod part # 1393788 Differential, Used, 4E1990, USED, HAS BAD RING GEAR AND PINION AS IS Differential, Used, 4E1989/43628, USED TAKE OUT, AS IS RING GEAR AND PINION BAD Differential, Used, 4V1073/31078, Good used take out, inspected differential suits 824C Part # 4v1073 Differential, Used, 6W7420/59790, Good used inspected Differential, Rebuilt, 1367631/55993, Rebuilt 836C diff, no spin Engine, Used, 1382001/37356, Good running take out 3176 engine, suits 345B. Rod / main bearings replaced, new oil pump, water pump and turbo. Dyno tested: results available. Engine, Rebuilt, 1230206/32272, Rebuilt 3408 all Cat parts, suits 769D Engine, Rebuilt, 7C0501/65537, REBUILT 3306 DI TO FIT D6H SOLD EXCHANGE Engine, Rebuilt, 7E9078/36720, REBUILT 777C ENGINE ALL CAT PARTS Engine, Rebuilt, 2250992/55693, REBUILT LONG BLOCK PLUS CORE REQUIRED, SOLD EXCHANGE Engine, Used, 1981441/72823, Rebuilt exchange Engine, Used, 3452887/77187, Low hour GRTO Rod / main bearings replaced pistons re-ringed dyno tested Equalizer Bars, Rebuilt, 1414690/28344REBUILT D7H equalizer bar. We do not use e-bars that have cracked / failed in the center bore. Final Drive, Used, 4E2664/43974, GOOD USED TAKE OFF INSPECTED FITS 8YG MACHINES ONLY! Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1362847, Rebuilt final drive, without motor suits 345B Part # 136-2847 Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1605585/8037, Rebuilt 980G Wheel groups Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1141488/61170, REBUILT FINAL DRIVE, INCLUDES REBUILT TRAVEL MOTOR 1141488 Final Drive, New, 3715138, New Cat 980M/980K Wheel groups 3715138 Fork, Log/Lumber, Used, ITFORK/78340Used Rockland Manufacturing Brand Log/ Lumber forks 76 carriage tines 48x 6 x 2 Nominal pin bore wear Grapple, GP, Used, 2756075/79396, Good used take off G125B Contractors Grapple Complete with pins and mounting plate Other, Used, 2190426/81797, Like new Cat LT18B Tiller Other, Used, 3105825/75526, (78) 32 INCH TRACK SHOES 50% WORN AS IS Other, New, 2518303/53371, New Cat VERS-A-MAT AS2302 Front Mount Screed *electric screed plates 10' width Other, Used, 1554102/32845, New Cat 5130 Rollers Part# 1554102/32845 Other, Used, 1072940/326, Good used H link for 5130 Mass Ex.

2657360.82418 Rebuilt D6N torque

Other, Rebuilt, 8E5273/38926, Rebuilt brake and steering clutch from D6R LGP Part# 8E5273 Rebuilt Other, Used, MS1452, GOMACO CURB AND GUTTER MOLD Ripper, Used, 2156422/80436, Good used take off single shank ripper for D8T Swing Drive, Used, 7I7761/57080, Take off swing drive, inspected and resealed. Includes 7I8627 Swing motor, motor is used and not inspected. Swing Drive, Rebuilt, 1141305/32317, REBUILT 330B SWING DRIVE Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 6P6412/31183, Rebuilt D10 84W Torque part # 6P6412 Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1431234/56095, Rebuilt, all Cat parts, Torque converter to fit 824B/836/836C Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1285303/52676, Rebuilt 988H Torque Convertor part# 128-5303 Sold exchange Torque Converters, Used, 6T4674/42945, Rebuilt Torque convertor part# 6T4674 Suits 773B Torque Converters, New, 1463329/43970, New take out, never installed 970F Torque convertor, bare, no cover. Part# 146-3329 Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1102769/35220, Rebuilt torque converter, suits D10R Cat# 110-2769 Torque Converters, Used, 1210030/47691, Good used inspected D11R/T Torque converter # 121-0030 Torque Converters, Core, 1103391/71477, CORE ONLY REMOVED FROM MACHINE THAT SUFFERED TRANS FAILURE NEEDS CLEANED OUT / RESEALED SOLD AS IS Torque Converters, Core, 1210028/59566, 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 Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1613306/65016, REBUILT EXCHANGE Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 8E7009/64425, REBUILT EXCHANGE Track Frame, Used, 3041894, GOOD USED TAKE OFF SINGLE FLANGE IDLERS PALLET OF 2 PCS AS IS Track Frame, Used, 9G6752/1834, REAR FRAME D9L AS IS 9G6752 Track Frame, Used, 1205766/77277, QTY 2 DOUBLE FLANGE ROLLERS WORN 50% AS IS Track Frame, New, 09110008/49695, 2 NEW Trek sprockets fit ec210blc volvo Track Frame, Used, 09110013/49693, NEW TREK BRAND SPROCKET EC360BLC VOLVO Track Frame, Used, 2900738/57905, USED TAKE OFFS D6N SYSTEM 1 IDLERS Track Frame, Rebuilt, 6Y2686/54865REBUILT R/H TRACK FRAME, INCLUDES SUSPENSION GROUP, UPDATED TO THREE BOLT MAJORS NO ROLLING STOCK 6Y2686- R/H FRAME Track Frame, Rebuilt, 6Y2687/54866REBUILT L/H TRACK FRAME, INCLUDES SUSPENSION GROUP, UPDATED TO THREE BOLT MAJORS NO ROLLING STOCK 6Y2687- L/H FRAME Track Frame, Rebuilt, 9W6491/66669, Rebuilt RIGHT HAND D8R Track frames, includes Idlers 0-24% worn, rollers 20-30% worn Track Frame, Rebuilt, 1380576 & 1380577, 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 Transmissions, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318, Rebuilt 988B 50W Transmission, part # 9W0782. All Cat parts Transmissions, Used, 2348866/32134, 500 hour take out, dyno tested ( dyno results available) Part# 2348866 fits 938G Transmissions, Used, 9M8300/42387, Resealed, new clutch plates installed part# 9M8300 Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1402772/57646, REBUILT 924G TRANSMISSION SOLD EXCHNAGE Transmissions, Used, 1164860/74079, GRTO AIR TESTED CLUTCH PACKS- OK Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1167684/71797, REBUILT WILL NOT WORK WITH SERIES I 2KR PREFIX Transmissions, Used, 2372331/80168, 2372331 REBUILT 972H TRANSMISSION Winch, Used, 09056/71087, Good used take off CARCO 70APS D6T TIER 4 INTERIEM Includes rear screen and controls Winch, New, WN363, CAARCO 50B STANDARD SPEED WINCH ( Equivalent to Cat PA55) For D6N Tier III Winch, New, WN411, PA90 Winch with mounting brackets, lines and controls Suits D7E

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Judge Throws Out Climate Change Lawsuits Turner Begins Work on New Concourse at Reagan Airport

By Sudhin Thanawala ASSOCIATED PRESS

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A U.S. judge who held a hearing about climate change that received widespread attention ruled that Congress and the president were best suited to address the contribution of fossil fuels to global warming, throwing out lawsuits that sought to hold big oil companies liable for the Earth’s changing environment. Noting that the world also has benefited significantly from oil and other fossil fuel, Judge William Alsup said questions about how to balance the “worldwide positives of the energy” against its role in global warming “demand the expertise of our environmental agencies, our diplomats, our executive, and at least the Senate.” “The problem deserves a solution on a more vast scale than can be supplied by a district judge or jury in a public nuisance case,” he said. Alsup’s ruling came in lawsuits brought by San Francisco and neighboring Oakland that accused Chevron, Exxon Mobil, ConocoPhillips, BP and Royal Dutch Shell of long knowing that fossil fuels posed serious risks to the environment, but still promoting

them as environmentally responsible. The lawsuits said the companies created a public nuisance and should pay for sea walls and other infrastructure to protect against the effects of climate change — construction that could cost billions of dollars. The Oakland city attorney’s offices did not immediately have comment. John Cote, a spokesman of the San Francisco city attorney’s office, said the office was reviewing the ruling and would decide its next steps “shortly,” but the lawsuit had “forced a public court proceeding on climate science.” “We’re pleased that the court recognized that the science of global warming is no longer in dispute,” he said. New York City, several California counties and at least one other California city filed similar suits. The companies said federal law controlled fossil fuel production, and Congress encouraged oil and gas development. The harm the cities claimed was “speculative” and part of a complex chain of events that included billions of oil and gas users and “environmental phenomena occurring worldwide over many decades,” they said in court documents. National Association of

Manufacturers President and CEO Jay Timmons applauded the ruling in a statement. “From the moment these baseless lawsuits were filed, we have argued that the courtroom was not the proper venue to address this global challenge,” said Timmons. Alsup brought in the world’s leading experts on climate change at an unusual hearing in March that he said was intended to educate him about the science behind the Earth’s warming. The nearly five-hour hearing covered topics including the history of climate change research, carbon dioxide’s role as a greenhouse gas, melting ice caps, rising sea levels and extreme weather. In the ruling, the judge said he accepted the “vast scientific consensus” that the combustion of fossil fuels has contributed to global warming and rising sea levels. But he questioned whether it would be fair to “ignore our own responsibility in the use of fossil fuels and place the blame for global warming on those who supplied what we demanded.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Pa.: Gas Drillers Must Reduce Pollution By Marc Levy ASSOCIATED PRESS

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) Pennsylvania will begin enforcing tougher air pollution standards on its booming natural gas industry, the governor’s office said June 7, with environmental advocates saying the standards will put the state among the leaders in going beyond federal requirements. The new permits will take effect in August and begin requiring the Marcellus Shale exploration industry to use more advanced equipment to reduce methane emissions and other air pollutants, control emissions from a broader array of sites and check for leaks more frequently along pipelines and connections. The permits will apply to new or updated well sites and compression, processing and transmission stations along pipelines. The new permits could draw some sort of legal or administrative challenge from the industry, which says the permits will inflict new costs and delays on drilling new wells. The announcement comes as Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf is running for a second term in office, and environmental advocates could form an impor-

tant part of Wolf’s support base. Wolf’s administration also has signaled that it will eventually move to apply tougher standards to existing equipment. Pennsylvania is the nation’s secondlargest natural gas-producing state behind Texas, and the Marcellus Shale is the nation’s most prolific natural gas reservoir. Preventing methane leaks from wellsite equipment and pipelines has become important for regulators because methane is a potent greenhouse gas. Industry officials point to government data that said methane pollution is falling, even as production rises, and that companies have every incentive to ensure methane makes it into the pipeline, rather than the atmosphere. Environmental advocacy groups praised the move. Andrew Williams, director of regulatory and legislative affairs for the Washington-based Environmental Defense Fund, said the new requirements give Pennsylvania some of the toughest methane controls in the nation, going beyond Obama-era federal requirements in the breadth of facilities covered and the frequency of leak-detection checks that companies must perform.

The administration has worked on the proposed new permits for several years, and companies have been able to win changes that they had sought in the forthcoming standards. However, industry officials have maintained that the permits will still mean steep new costs, including potentially more than $1 million per engine that helps run a compression, processing or transmission station, the Marcellus Shale Coalition, an industry trade association, said in comments to the Department of Environmental Protection. Companies also have criticized what they call a lack of clarity in how agency officials developed pollution standards in the permits, and said they will face longer waiting periods to secure the necessary permits and equipment. Stephanie Catarino Wissman, of the Associated Petroleum Industries of Pennsylvania, said that the state still hasn’t justified its need to regulate methane or prove that it has adequate authority to do so through the permitting process. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Turner Construction Company announced that the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) has issued the firm notice to proceed with construction of a new concourse at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). Part of the airport’s ongoing Terminal B/C Redevelopment Plan — also known as Project Journey — the $374 million project aims to streamline and enhance the comfort and convenience of the nearly 24 million passengers who travel through the airport each year. “We are proud to play such a critical role in MWAA’s journey to transform the passenger experience,” said Joseph Graziosi, Turner project manager, noting that the new concourse will provide a more convenient passenger boarding experience, in part by replacing bus-served gates with passenger boarding bridges. “The new concourse will also offer a brighter and more modern environment, with improved sight lines between concession areas and gates,” he said. “This gives travelers the ability to easily and directly see the status of flights.” Additional passenger service enhancements include new retail and dining options, an airline club and more device charging outlets. Turner has already demolished two hangars and the MWAA’s former office building to make way for the new concourse, which includes a two-level connector building with public circulation space, moving walkways and electric vehicle charging stations, all connected to a three-level concourse with 14 regional aircraft gates. At approximately 230,000 sq. ft., the project also will provide additional concessions and traveler and staff amenities. Ongoing work at DCA includes a new concourse aircraft parking apron and two 50,000-sq.-ft. security screening checkpoints. The new concourse project is scheduled for completion in 2021.

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


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2008 CAT 416E, Stk# 31359, 2436 Hrs, 24” JD Bkt, 4&1 Bkt, 4WD, Ext Hoe, Aux Hyd ..............$47,500

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Marriott International Celebrates Future Bethesda HQ The Bernstein Companies and its joint venture partner Boston Properties marked a significant milestone June 21 as it broke ground on the future Marriott International headquarters and Marriott Hotel in downtown Bethesda, Md. J.W. Marriott Jr., executive chairman and chairman of the board of Marriott International, opened the ceremony by welcoming Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, Montgomery County executive Isiah Leggett and other public and private dignitaries to celebrate the first phase of construction of the company’s The Bernstein Companies and its joint venture partner Boston Properties marked a significant milestone as it broke ground on the future new headquarters. “Montgomery County has Marriott International headquarters and Marriott Hotel in downtown Bethesda, Md. been our home for more than In honor of Marriott’s history, 60 years and we take immense ing an abundance of natural light, chose to celebrate its 90th year in cer of The Bernstein Companies. pride in this community and in the while providing new opportuni- business by selecting Montgomery “We are excited to partner with the company and the developstrong relationships we’ve devel- ties for flexible, collaborative County for its future headquar- Marriott International and Boston ment team provided invited oped here,” said Marriott. “From workspaces. The campus also will ters,” said Leggett. “Today is a spe- Properties to apply our joint guests with commemorative root our humble roots as a nine-stool offer Marriott associates a child- cial day in the county’s economic expertise to this trophy develop- beer mugs filled with root beer. root beer stand in downtown care center, a fitness center and a life. With a clear target and a ment. There are few corporations The company’s roots date back to supremely coordinated bipartisan in the world of the stature of 1927, when founders J. Willard Washington, D.C., to a hospitality cafeteria. In addition to the headquarters effort, much was achieved in keep- Marriott and we are honored, Marriott and his wife, Alice, company known around the world, we look forward to many more building, the location will be home ing Marriott in Montgomery even after 85 years in the develop- opened a small, nine-stool A&W years together as we create a new, to a new Marriott Hotel, a 244-key, County, and success is shared. I ment industry, to participate in Root Beer stand in Washington, 21st century home in downtown full-service property with more may be leaving the scene soon, but this new venture that continues D.C., which eventually became than 8,000 sq. ft. of meeting and I trust Marriott will call Marriott’s legacy in Montgomery the Hot Shoppes restaurants Bethesda.” enterprise, a public company in Arne Sorenson, Marriott ballroom space. The hotel will Montgomery home for 90 years to County.” “Today is about persistence, 1953 that grew to 56 restaurants. International president and chief offer guests and the public access come.” The Bernstein Companies and progress and great partners,” said Marriott wouldn’t make its hisexecutive officer, pushed to a coffee shop, a roof-top bar and Marriott’s move from its current lounge and a contemporary neigh- Boston Properties own the land Raymond Ritchey, senior execu- toric entry into the hotel business suburban location to a walkable, borhood restaurant serving break- and will jointly develop and own tive vice president of Boston until 1957. fast, lunch and dinner with the the Marriott International head- Properties. “Marriott International Since then, Marriott transit-oriented environment. has called “We are thrilled to be recommit- option of outdoor dining on a quarters office building while The set the standard, Montgomery International Bernstein Companies will build County and Maryland provided the Montgomery County home for ting ourselves to Maryland and pedestrian plaza. “For [more than] 60 years, and own the adjacent hotel. push, and the Bethesda community more than 60 years and has resided investing in Bethesda,” said Sorenson. “This location places Marriott has shown such loyalty Marriott will manage both the encouraged us to create something in its current location on Fernwood special here. We can’t wait to get Road since 1979. In that time, the Marriott in the heart of a vigorous, and commitment to the future of office building and the hotel. In December 2017, the develop- started.” company has grown exponentially educated and diverse community. our state — infusing more than As of 2017, Marriott and, with its acquisition of We firmly believe downtown $430 million into our state econo- ers received formal approval of the Bethesda is a vital economic my,” said Hogan. “Today we are sketch, preliminary and site plans International supported more than Starwood Hotels & Resorts in engine with a very bright future seeing even more proof, and a from the Montgomery County 10,000 jobs throughout Maryland, September 2016, Marriott’s portfoshining example, of the incredible Planning Board. Demolition was and approximately 6,100 in lio now includes 30 brands, with and a great place to call home.” Sorenson said the headquarters progress we are making. Thank expected to begin in June 2018 and Montgomery County alone, mak- more than 6,500 properties located office building will be a cutting- you to Bill Marriott, Arne construction is scheduled to begin ing the company one of the coun- in 127 countries and territories, with more than 700,000 people edge, sustainable, workplace offer- Sorenson and everyone involved in July. In early 2022, the Marriott ty’s largest private employers. According to an economic wearing the Marriott badge around ing modern technology and ameni- in this project for your commit- Hotel will open and Marriott and dedication to International associates will move report, the project will have a con- the world. ties, and easy access to a range of ment For more information, visit transportation options, including Montgomery County and the State into their new headquarters office siderable impact on Maryland’s building by mid-2022. economy, including $89 million in www.thebernsteincompanies.com, the Bethesda Metro Station less of Maryland.” Hogan was joined at the celebra“Today we celebrate the trans- construction salaries over the next www.bostonproperties.com and than two blocks away. With more than 785,000 sq. ft. tory event by other state and local formation of the land and property few years, $2.3 billion in business www.marriott.com. (This story also can be found of office space to support approx- officials, including Leggett, who The Bernstein Companies has activities in its first year of operaimately 3,500 associates, the led the local effort to keep Marriott owned here for more than 30 tion, and up to $1.8 billion provid- on Construction Equipment years,” said Adam Bernstein, ed for local taxing districts over the Guide’s website at www.conheadquarters building is designed in Montgomery County. “I am thrilled that Marriott president and chief executive offi- next 20 years. structionequipmentguide.com.) to LEED GOLD standards, allow-


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AGC: Lack of Trained Workers Threatens Further Job Gains “The growth of industry employment in so many locations is good news, but it also highlights the challenge contractors face in finding qualified workers.” Ken Simonson Associated General Contractors of America

Construction employment increased in 263 (73 percent) out of 358 metro areas between May 2017 and May 2018, declined in 47 (13 percent) and was unchanged in 48, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released June 26 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials warned that the supply of qualified workers is dwindling and urged members of Congress to support proposed legislation to reform, and increase funding for, the federal career and technical education program. “The growth of industry employment in so many locations is good news, but it also highlights the challenge contractors face in finding qualified workers,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “As more cities hit new highs in construction employment and new lows in unemployment, the risk is growing that some projects will be delayed for lack of workers.” Construction employment in 63 areas was at a record high for May, in a history dating back to 1990 in most locations, the association’s analysis showed. Nationally, the unemployment rate for jobseekers with prior construction experience was at the lowest May level since that series began in 2000, the economist noted. The Dallas-Plano-Irving, Texas metro area added the most construction jobs during the past year (14,200 jobs, 10 percent), followed by Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, Ariz. (11,500 jobs, 10 percent); Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Texas (11,400 jobs, 5 percent); Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, Ga. (9,200 jobs, 8 percent) and New York City, N.Y. (8,000 jobs, 5 percent). The largest percentage gains — 29 percent each — occurred in Merced, Calif. (700 jobs) and Midland, Texas (7,800 jobs). There also were large percentage increases in construc-

tion employment in Atlantic CityHammonton, N.J. (20 percent, 1,100 jobs); New Bedford, Mass. (19 percent, 500 jobs) and Weirton-Steubenville, W.Va.-Ohio (19 percent, 300 jobs). The largest job losses from May 2017 to May 2018 were in Newark, N.J.-Pa. (minus 3,900 jobs, minus 8 percent), followed by Middlesex-Monmouth-Ocean, N.J. (minus 3,300 jobs, minus 8 percent); Columbia, S.C. (minus 2,300 jobs, minus 11 percent); Camden, N.J. (minus 2,100 jobs, minus 9 percent) and Nashville-Davidson— Murfreesboro—Franklin, Tenn. (minus 1,900 jobs, minus 4 percent). The largest percentage decreases for the year were in Bloomington, Ill. (minus 14 percent, minus 500 jobs), followed by Columbia, S.C., Hanford-Corcoran, Calif. (minus 10 percent, minus 100 jobs); Pocatello, Idaho (minus 10 percent, minus 200 jobs); and Camden, N.J. Association officials urged Congress to enact proposed legislation to reform and increase funding for federal career and technical education programs, known as the Perkins Act. They noted that the Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee is marking up the legislation today with strong support from both Republicans and Democrats. “Construction firms in many parts of the country report they would likely add even more workers if they could find more qualified candidates,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “Passing this new version of the Perkins Act will make it easier for educators to expose young adults to high-paying construction careers opportunities and lead to more hiring in many parts of the country.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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HCSS Scholarship Program for 2018 Hogan Admin Adds Now Features Weekly Summer Winners $890M to Extend I-95 Construction industry software developer HCSS has opened registration for its fourth-annual $50,000 Construction Intern Awards scholarship program for students in construction-related fields. A new twist added to this year’s program features 13 weekly contests — running from June 4 through Sept. 2 — that will award 12, $2,000 scholarships and one special $4,000 scholarship. In all, 17 scholarships will be awarded with the grand prize, $10,000 Intern of the Year scholarship and three $4,000 Finalist scholarships announced in November. Also new this year, student interns can receive up to two weekly scholarships and remain eligible to receive the grand prize Intern of the Year scholarship. “Our Construction Intern Awards scholarship program is about showcasing and recognizing the top interns and the companies who help them succeed,” said Steve McGough, president and CFO of HCSS. “This year, we wanted to expand opportunities for highly motivated interns to earn more scholarships, while generating more program excitement and engagement by holding weekly contests. The new format allows students to post pictures while completing their internships.” Program Details Construction Intern Awards scholarship program participants must have completed or be currently enrolled in a construction-related internship lasting at least two months during the January 2017 to August 2018 school year. Participants still working to complete their summer internships are eligible to enter the weekly scholarship contests. Online registration started June 1 at www.constructioninternawards.com, where interns can apply for the weekly and grand prize scholarships. The first weekly scholarship contest began on June 4, and each weekly contest comprises of different entry topics. Interns must submit a photo with a 50- to 75-word caption that responds to the week’s topic. The top five entries, based on popular online voting, are then sent to an internal HCSS judging committee, which awards the weekly $2,000 scholarships. The winners will be announced the Tuesday of the week following competition closing on the contest’s Instagram (@learnconstruction) and Facebook (2018 Construction Intern Awards) accounts. HCSS will award a special “bonus” weekly scholarship during the summer. Registration for the grand prize Intern of the Year competition remains open from June 4 through Sept. 30. Student interns enter by answering five essay questions plus submitting photos and videos that help to tell their story. Eight semifinalists, selected by the internal HCSS committee, will be forwarded to a voting panel of prestigious construction industry experts. The panel will select three interns receiving the $4,000 Finalist scholarships and the $10,000 grand prize Intern of the Year recipient. This year’s expert panel includes previous Interns of the Year Keith Krass, Rey Diaz and Chase Ekstam; Pete Ruane, president and CEO of the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA); Steve Sandherr, CEO of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC); Stan Orr, president and CSO of the Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP); Greg Sizemore, vice president of the Associated

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The Hogan Administration announced on June 15, the investment of an additional $890 million to extend the northbound I-95 Express Toll Lanes (ETL). The expanded $1.1 billion project will now provide two ETLs for more than 10 mi. from north of MD 43 in Baltimore County to north of MD 24 in Harford County. Gov. Larry Hogan initially announced the ETL northbound extension project in December 2017 as part of his Baltimore Traffic Relief Plan. “These important traffic relief initiatives will benefit Marylanders throughout the Baltimore region by giving drivers a safer and more efficient commute,” said Hogan. “Our administration remains committed to transforming our state’s transportation infrastructure, and extending the express lanes is another example of our ongoing progress.” The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) will begin the expanded $1.1 billion project in early 2019. “The I-95 ETLs north of Baltimore have been very successful, and I’m pleased we are able to deliver even more traffic relief,” said Pete K. Rahn, Maryland Department of Transportation secretary and MDTA chairman. The I-95 interchanges at MD 152 and MD 24 also will be reconstructed to provide access from the northbound ETL. Reconstruction of the MD 152 interchange includes associated park-and-ride. Reconstruction of the MD 24 interchange includes a two-lane flyover ramp toward Bel Air, alleviating congestion for motorists exiting I-95 to MD 24 and MD 924. “Adding two express toll lanes in the northbound direction will provide better service for our customers, reduce congestion and crashes, improve safety and allow for better incident management and maintenance activities,” said Kevin C. Reigrut, MDTA executive director. As part of the project, there will be significant bridge improvements, such as the reconstruction of the Raphel Road, Bradshaw Road, Old Joppa Road and Clayton Road overpasses to accommodate the larger area needed for the ETLs. Additionally, the I-95 northbound bridges over the Big Gunpowder Falls, Little Gunpowder Falls and Winters Run will be widened and improved. Delivering on the community’s requests during the project planning process, MDTA will place five new noise walls along the corridor on both sides of I-95. The original $210 million project was slated to provide a 7.75 mi., single-lane extension from north of MD 43 to MD 24. Public meetings were held in February 2018. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Kubota Buys Land for Logistics Campus, Midwest Office Kubota Tractor Corporation announced the completion of a 200-acre land purchase within Phase II of Logistics Park Kansas City in Edgerton, Kan., making the company the first major tenant for the industrial park. Gov. Jeff Colyer met with the company to tour the site where it will construct two, 1 million sq.-ft. logistics facilities for its new North American Distribution Center (NADC). Kubota plans to plant solid roots in Kansas to expand distribution capacity and streamline logistics processes for the timely delivery of Kubota-branded service parts and equipment to United States customers. “Kubota is ready to begin this exciting project along with our city, county and state partners to expand our infrastructure and create solid footing in the Midwest, the Heartland of America,” said Masato Yoshikawa, president and CEO of Kubota Tractor Corporation. “We are proud to make this significant investment here in Kansas, a state that shares our values and supports our ambitious goals for the future.” Also on hand for the tour was Edgerton Mayor Donald Roberts. “Edgerton and our partners have a proven track record of thoughtful planning and significant investment in infrastructure attracting businesses to Edgerton and growing our local economy,” said Roberts. “The central proximity of Edgerton within the U.S., and its world-class inland port and intermodal facility, give companies like Kubota direct connections to the global supply chain and the ability to quickly and efficiently ship goods by rail and truck to their final destination. Kubota has been an ideal leasing tenant, and we are thrilled to welcome them as our newest neighbor as they fully integrate into the local community.” The company has already experienced increased access to its 1,100-strong dealer network since it began leasing space in the area in 2015. The current 765,000 sq.-ft. leased facility will remain in operation in Logistics Park Kansas City until the new facilities are complete. It will continue to be the source for Kubota parts and equipment for worldwide export. “Kubota’s continued investments in Edgerton makes it one of our state’s greatest business success stories,” said Colyer. “This announcement is a testament to the company’s commitment to continue strengthening the state’s manufacturing and logistics base and creating future job growth. Kubota already employs 150 in Edgerton and this expansion will add more jobs to the area in the future, including expanding their 1,500employee Great Plains operations in Salina, Kan. We thank Kubota for believing in the potential of our state and investing in the future of our residents.”

Kubota Tractor Corporation rendering of the future North American Distribution Center in Edgerton, Kan.

(L-R) are Kansas Dept. of Commerce Interim Secretary Robert North; Kansas Dept. of Transportation Deputy Sec. BJ Harden; Dan Jones, Kubota VP; Kansas Dept. of Transportation Sec. Richard Carlson; Governor of Kansas, Jeff Colyer; Masato Yoshikawa, Kubota president and CEO; Edgerton Mayor Donald Roberts; and Alex Woods, Kubota VP.

(L-R) are Dan Jones, Kubota VP legal, human resources and administration; Governor of Kansas, Jeff Colyer; Masato Yoshikawa, Kubota president and CEO; and Alex Woods, Kubota VP sales operations, supply chain and parts.

Once complete, the new facility will allow the company to continue to receive and process shipments from Asia and Europe, in addition to goods from suppliers in North America, with more capacity and with accelerated shipping speed for the timely delivery of Kubota parts and equipment. “Kubota will anchor the expansion of Logistics Park Kansas City and NorthPoint is proud to continue our more than four-year partnership with the company to see their future plans come to fruition here in Edgerton,” said Patrick Robinson, NorthPoint Development. “As Kubota’s construction partner, Clayco’s focus and commitment extends far beyond the structures we are building,” said Anthony Johnson, Clayco executive vice president. “Our team’s goal is to ensure we are providing an environment where Kubota’s employees can operate safely and efficiently and can deliver high quality products to their customers every day.” As the company continues on a highgrowth trajectory, Kubota maintains its commitment to expanding its product offerings, with operational excellence as a priority. “Increasing the capacity of our parts and logistics operations in Kansas will enable us to achieve even greater operational efficiencies to make Kubota’s business stronger and more competitive to meet our growing customer demand,” Yoshikawa said. The new campus also will house Kubota’s newest Midwest Division office, which is an extension of the company’s existing divisional operation structure that provides regional support to Kubota dealers. Kubota’s division offices are located in Suwanee, Ga.; Fort Worth, Texas; Columbus, Ohio; Lodi, Calif.; and, soon to be in Edgerton, Kan. For more information, visit KubotaUSA.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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SEAA Honors Jack Metcalfe With William Davis Award

(L-R) are Alan Sears, master of ceremonies; Dave Schulz, SEAA president; Jack Metcalfe and his wife Pam Metcalfe; and Tom Underhill, SEAA executive director.

Jack Metcalfe, 2017 William Davis Service Award recipient.

The Steel Erectors Association of America has recognized John (Jack) Metcalfe with its William Davis Service Award. The award is given to an individual who has demonstrated a life-long commitment to service in the steel construction industry. It is the association’s highest honor, presented in memory of William Davis, who held board and committee positions for nearly 20 years through the 1980s and 1990s.

Recipients of the award exemplify qualities of volunteerism and generosity. “Jack Metcalfe is a long-time volunteer to the SEAA board of directors. During his tenure, Jack has served on multiple committees, was the driving force behind the SEAA/NISD Detailing Guide, and he has provided sensible input for the operations and future plans of SEAA,” said Dave Schulz, SEAA president.

Metcalfe recently retired from John Metcalfe Co., and now runs a small consulting business. He has served on SEAA’s board of directors for more than five terms over the years. In addition, he is co-author of the SEAA/NISD Erection Safety Manual. “Jack was a driving force behind the development of the detailing guide,” said Tom Underhill, SEAA executive director. “At the time, there were no other published best practices that were both erector friendly and OSHA compliant. First published in 2002, this is a professional contribution that has a lasting benefit for the industry,” he said. Metcalfe is a past president of the National Institute of Steel Detailing. He was NISD’s liaison to SEAA for many years. “To receive the William Davis Service Award is a most humbling experience. I had the privilege of knowing William and witnessing first hand his many contributions. To be recognized by one’s peers is an honor for which I am most grateful,” Metcalfe said. For more information, visit www.seaa.net. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Employment Rises in 42 States, D.C., From May ’17- May ’18 Forty-two states and the District of Columbia added construction jobs between May 2017 and May 2018, while 28 states added construction jobs between April and May, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of Labor Department data released June 15. Association officials warned that soaring construction costs, aggravated by new tariffs on steel and aluminum, could trigger project cancellations and job losses. “It is heartening to see such widespread construction job gains,” said chief economist Ken Simonson. “However, unexpected, steep cost increases for many materials may force some contractors to lay off workers, while passing on price hikes will likely cause public agencies and private owners to delay or cancel projects.” California added the most construction jobs (50,000 jobs, 6.2 percent) during the past year. Other states adding a large number of new construction jobs for the past 12 months include: • Texas (43,100 jobs, 6.1 percent); • Florida (31,300 jobs, 6.2 percent); • Georgia (15,300 jobs, 8.4 percent); • Arizona (12,600 jobs, 8.8 percent); and • Michigan (12,500 jobs, 7.7 percent). West Virginia added the highest percent-

age of new construction jobs during the past year (11.1 percent, 3,400 jobs), followed by Arizona, Georgia, Michigan and Utah (7.6 percent, 7,300 jobs). Construction employment reached a record high in Louisiana, Nebraska and Texas. Only six states shed construction jobs between May 2017 and May 2018, while construction employment was unchanged in Montana and Wyoming. New Jersey lost the most jobs (minus 4,600 jobs, minus 3.0 percent), followed by: • North Dakota (minus 1,800 jobs, minus 6.4 percent); • Missouri (minus 1,500 jobs, minus 1.2 percent); and • South Carolina (minus 1,400 jobs, minus 1.4 percent). In addition, Kentucky and Iowa each lost 100 jobs (minus 0.1 percent). North Dakota had the largest percentage loss of construction jobs over the year, followed by New Jersey, South Carolina, Missouri, Kentucky and Iowa. Of the 28 states that added construction jobs between April and May, Ohio added the most (6,000 jobs, 2.7 percent), followed by Texas (5,800 jobs, 0.8 percent); New York (3,000 jobs, 0.8 percent); Michigan (2,700 jobs, 1.6 percent) and Louisiana (2,300 jobs,

“Construction employment in many parts of the country could be impacted as firms get caught in the crossfire of the looming trade war.” Stephen E. Sandherr Associated General Contractors of America

1.6 percent). North Dakota added the highest percentage of construction jobs for the month (8.5 percent, 2,100 jobs), followed by South Dakota (4.3 percent, 1,000 jobs); Nebraska (3.7 percent, 1,900 jobs); Maine (3.2 percent, 900 jobs) and Rhode Island (3.2 percent, 600 jobs). Losses Sixteen states and D.C. lost construction jobs from April to May, while construction employment was unchanged in Delaware,

Missouri, New Mexico, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin. The largest number construction job losses in May — 2,900 — occurred in California (minus 0.3 percent) and New Jersey (minus 1.9 percent), followed by 1,200 jobs lost in Nevada (minus 1.3 percent) and Kentucky (minus 1.6 percent). Wyoming lost the highest percentage of construction jobs for the month (minus 2.0 percent, minus 400 jobs), followed by New Jersey, Kentucky and Nevada. Association officials said that rising costs for many construction materials are likely to undermine future employment growth in the sector. They noted that contractors will have a hard time passing the additional costs along to their clients, leaving less money available to invest in new personnel or equipment, and they urged administration officials to reconsider imposing new tariffs that are likely to undermine economic growth. “Construction employment in many parts of the country could be impacted as firms get caught in the crossfire of the looming trade war,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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The case involving Illinois state government worker Mark Janus is similar to the one the justices took up in 2016. At that time, the court appeared to be ready to overrule a 1977 high court decision that serves as the legal foundation for the fair share fees. But Scalia’s death left the court tied, and a lower court ruling in favor of the fees remained in place. The unions argued that so-called fair share fees pay for collective bargaining and other work the union does on behalf of all employees, not just its members. More than half the states already have right-to-work laws banning mandatory fees, but most members of public-employee unions are concentrated in states that don’t, including California, New York and Illinois. Labor leaders fear that not only will workers who don’t belong to a union stop paying fees, but that some union members might decide to stop paying dues if they could in essence get the union’s representation for free. A recent study by Frank Manzo of the Illinois Public Policy Institute and Robert Bruno of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign estimated that publicsector unions could lose more than 700,000 members over time as a result of the ruling and that unions also could suffer a loss of political influence that could depress wages as well. Alito acknowledged that unions could “experience unpleasant transition costs in the short term.” But he said labor’s problems pale in comparison to “the considerable windfall that unions have received...for the past 41 years.” Billions of dollars have been taken from workers who were not union members in that time, he said. “Those unconstitutional exactions cannot be allowed to continue indefinitely,” Alito wrote. Kagan, reading a summary of her dissent in the courtroom, said unions only could collect money for the costs of negotiating terms of employment. “But no part of those fees could go to any of the union’s political or ideological activities,” she said. The court’s majority said public-sector unions are not entitled to any money from employees without their consent. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Designed for use on granular materials and all types of asphalt-mix designs, the Cat CW16 pneumatic (rubber-tire) roller is available as a standard nine-wheel model with a 69-in. (175 cm) compaction width or as an optional 11-wheel model with an 84-in. (213 cm) compaction width. The CW16 is designed for efficient performance on highways, city streets, county roads, lane additions, industrial sites, overlays or other mid-size jobs. Depending on ballast used (including water, sand, steel or combinations), operating weight of the CW16 varies from an 11,464-lb. (5,200 kg) base configuration to an approximate maximum weight of 33,000-lbs. (15,000 kg) for the nine-wheel configuration and 32,850-lbs. (14,900 kg) for the 11-wheel configuration. Operating weight can be adjusted to suit job requirements. Per-wheel weight can be varied from 1,280-lbs. (580 kg) to 3,680-lbs. (1,670 kg) for the nine-wheel model and

from 1,060-lbs. (480 kg) to 2,975-lbs. (1,350 kg) for the 11-wheel model. Oscillating front wheels assist in compacting soft voids across the entire machine width and the 11-wheel configuration increases efficiency in chip-and-seal applications. A tire overlap of 1.25-in. (3.2 cm) ensures even compaction across the surface. Each wheel is equipped with selfadjusting scrapers and a water-spray system deters material from adhering to the wheel surface. Standard cocoa mats help retain water to keep wheels wet, and heatretention aprons are available. The CW16’s pressurized water-spray system is designed with dedicated spray nozzles for each wheel. The system includes a single water pump, triple filtration, and adjustable intermittent operation. Triple filtration (with filters at the fill point), in conjunction with the design of the water pump and spray nozzles, provides protection against clogs. The

adjustable intermittent-spray mode conserves water and reduces the number of refills required, adding to the CW16’s efficiency. Two engines are available for the CW16 to meet regional emissions requirements. The Cat C3.4B ACERT engine meets U.S. EPA Tier IV Final/EU Stage IV standards, and the Cat C4.4 meets the equivalent of U.S. EPA Tier III/EU Stage IIIA/China NR III standards. An Eco-mode, in combination with an exclusive automatic speedcontrol system, is designed to save fuel, lower sound levels, and deliver smooth transitions for optimum mat quality. Both engines are rated at 101.9 hp (75 kW). The CW16’s two-speed hydrostatic propel system is electronically controlled and designed to provide both jobsite maneuverability and speeds up to 12 mph (19 kmh). The propel system automatically shifts between speed ranges and has a coast feature that conserves fuel. Tire choices

include a 12-ply 7.5 x 15 radial or a 14-ply 7.5 x 15 bias-ply. The CW16 is designed to provide exceptional visibility for the operator, the result of a newly designed console and the machine's standard, rotating operator's station. An LCD display and push-button controls simplify operation for an allaround comfortable operating environment. A ROPS canopy or sun canopy are available. The standard, 500-hour, engine-oil-service interval reduces both routine-maintenance time and overall operating costs. The CW16's large-capacity hydraulic- and engine-cooling systems keep components at optimum temperatures, even in high ambient temperatures, extending service life for such critical components as hydraulic pumps and motors. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Terex Advance Charger Targets Urban Concrete Delivery The Terex Advance Charger front disture a redesigned 10 cu. yd. (7.6 cu m) charge mixer truck series is the compamixer drum that saves weight compared ny’s first true city-class truck, designed to traditional front drum designs. Drum and built specifically for delivering conconfiguration on the truck offers a onecrete in urban areas. Starting from a fresh third, two-third weight distribution — design slate, the new Charger truck is both empty and fully loaded — from the lighter, shorter and offers the same tight front to rear axles to offer responsive turning radius characteristics of traditiondriving performance. Although the new al Terex Advance front discharge mixers, Charger drum saves weight, it is still meeting the expectations of concrete promade with a 3/16-in. (.4-cm) thick hardducers delivering concrete in densely ened AR400 brinell steel shell to deliver populated cities. the same durability and reliable perform“Some producers have a front disance as mixer drums found on traditional charge fleet for rural and off-road delivTerex Advance trucks. Additionally, the eries and rear discharge fleet for city same durable drum drive with re-engideliveries. We conducted extensive voice neered pedestal mounting to reduce truck of customer interviews and found that weight powers the new Charger drum. there were some design elements of our Concrete charge height for the new Charger trucks has been lowered by more than 12 in. Through use of innovative design and traditional design that weren’t required (30.5 cm) compared to traditional Terex Advance front discharge mixer trucks. production techniques, the new Terex for and, in some cases, hindered deliverAdvance Charger series of front dising concrete in urban environments,” charge mixer trucks are priced competi“However, we made some adjustments to tively to comparable rear discharge mixer said Mark Aubry, director of customer ducers to compete with rear discharge trucks for city deliveries — lower charge height, the frame and engine selection to maximize trucks, according to the manufacturer. At the engagement at Terex Advance. “We approached the Charger truck design more compact wheel base, lower weight and truck payload,” said Grabner. “Throughout same time, these new trucks deliver all of the our new product development process, we quality and feature advantages for producdifferently. We looked at the truck as a competitive cost. Concrete charge height for the new were able to substantially lower the three- ers, contractors and drivers as traditional mobile mixer platform and designed it to optimize specific targets such as height, Charger trucks has been lowered by more axle Charger truck weight when compared Terex Advance trucks. This includes the wheelbase and payload,” David Grabner, than 12 in. (30.5 cm) compared to traditional to our traditional three-axle mixer. This Terex-exclusive Total Control System, director of engineering of Terex Advance, Terex Advance front discharge mixer trucks. allows us to have a payload of up to 10 cubic which combines onsite truck travel and all “Often, ready mix producers would have yards in a city-class front discharge mixer.” mixer drum functions into a single joystick added. to raise the discharge height of the ready-mix With the new Terex Advance Charger control for more accurate and efficient conplant in order to accommodate front dis- series working predominantly in congested crete load placement at the job site. True City-Class Truck The city-class Terex Advance Charger charge mixers,” said Aubry. “The new urban areas, these trucks boast a compact The new Terex Advance Charger series series competes with and offers a more Charger design eliminates this need and wheelbase and include a non-driven front expands the company’s front discharge axle design, similar to that of rear discharge mixer truck offering. The traditional FD and effective solution than rear discharge mixer expense for producers.” Total truck weight for the new Terex units. The new axle saves truck weight to FDB series of Terex Advance front distrucks, according to the manufacturer. It gives producers all the advantages offered Advance Charger series has been reduced increase payload, and it offers improved charge mixers will still be offered to the by the front discharge design — driving through component selection and design truck maneuverability. The design takes full company’s ready mix producer customers. directly into the job site, quickly discharging improvements. Charger trucks keep the pur- advantage of the axle’s wheel cut to shorten For more information, visit the load from the operator’s cabin, eliminat- pose-built front discharge chassis and popu- turning radius compared to traditional Terex www.Terex.com. ing the chute man and delivering up to one lar Allison automatic transmission, pro- Advance front discharge mixer trucks and (This story also can be found on extra load of concrete per day. The series grammed specifically for the truck’s power rear discharge trucks. Construction Equipment Guide’s website at New Terex Advance Charger trucks fea- www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) also addresses several expectations of pro- unit.

Minnich Manufacturing Launches New Stinger Flex Shaft Vibrator Minnich Manufacturing’s Stinger electric flex shaft concrete vibrator is a 12.9-lb. (5.8 kg) universal motor that can drive the full line of Minnich vibrator shafts and heads from ¾ to 2½ in. (1.9 to 6.3 cm). Available in 15-amp (115-volt) and 7.5-amp (230-volt) options, it offers a more compatible speed range of 11,000 to 13,000 vibrations per minute (vpm) to meet today’s concrete placement challenges. The unit comes standard with a quick disconnect that adapts to the vibrator shafts and heads of many other manufacturers. A durable protective frame extends vibrator life with urethane end caps that absorb shock while supporting easy-to-grip handles.

“The Stinger offers our dealer and contractor partners a lightweight, versatile and durable concrete vibration solution,” said Rob Minnich, vice president of marketing at Minnich Manufacturing. The Stinger provides quiet operation meeting Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) A 29 CFR 1910.95 standards. Its doubleinsulated motor runs safely when grounded systems are compromised. For more information, call 419/903-0010 or visit minnich-mfg.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

The unit comes standard with a quick disconnect that adapts to the vibrator shafts and heads of many other manufacturers. A durable protective frame extends vibrator life with urethane end caps that absorb shock while supporting easy-to-grip handles.


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Dynapac Partners With Independent Rep Agencies to Serve Rental Industry Dynapac North America, a manufacturer of rollers for asphalt and soil applications, pavers and planers, has announced partnerships with seven independent manufacturer representative agencies to provide sales and service to rental customers. Cardinal Sales (Northeast), Connect Equipment Sales (Southeast), Christy Associates (Florida), Construction Product Sales (Midwest), Lew Hudson Sales (South and Southwest), Essex Silver Line West (Northwest), and Wirant Sales (California and Hawaii) specialize in construction equipment. “We’re proud to partner with the leading independent manufacturer representatives in the industry,” said Brian Bieller, Dynapac North America president. “Their extensive product knowledge and dedication to customer service will help us grow and deepen our relationships with rental customers.” Each of the seven partnerships has been formed since The FAYAT Group acquired Dynapac from Atlas Copco in the fourth quarter of 2017: • Northeast: Cardinal Sales has a long history of representing Dynapac. The agency’s Dynapac territory includes Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit www.cardinalreps.com. “It’s great to once again be representing the product line under the Dynapac name,” said Pat DeVitto, president of Cardinal Sales. “The team led by Brian Bieller has created an exciting time for Cardinal Sales in 2018.” • Southeast: Connect Equipment Sales features an award-winning sales team that represents Dynapac in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama. For more information, visit www.connect-sales.com. “We are very pleased to have the quality, performance and innovations that Fayat has brought to the iconic Dynapac brand,” said Frank Jolly, president of Connect Equipment Sales. “This union has already proved to be a winning combination for our customers.” • Florida: Christy Associates has served the construction and rental industries for more than 25 years. The agency represents Dynapac in Florida. For more information, visit www.christysales.com. “Christy Associates is pleased with the investment Dynapac has made in the rebranding strategy,” said John Christy, owner of Christy Associates. “Product improvements, increased sales and service support with the new color scheme should make the reintroduction of Dynapac seamless. “Christy Associates is proud to reintroduce the Dynapac brand into the Florida and Caribbean marketplace. Dynapac has carried a strong user loyalty in our market for several years and customers are very excited for the launch of new Dynapac back into the market.” • Midwest: Construction Product Sales (CPS) is an

award-winning agency established in 1981. CPS covers North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia and Tennessee for Dynapac. For more information, visit www.cpsreps.com. “CPS is absolutely pleased to have been named the manufacturer’s representative for Dynapac in the upper Midwest,” said Tony Kannenberg, owner of CPS. “We look forward to helping develop the Dynapac brand into the market-dominant force it can be.” • South and Southwest: Lew Hudson Sales offers 40 years of experience in the construction equipment industry. The agency’s Dynapac territory encompasses Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona and Nevada. For more information, visit www.lewhudson.com. “We are very excited to be working with Dynapac in the southwestern states again,” said Darrell Hudson, president of Lew Hudson Sales. “We have known the management team for a long time, and we know that they are driven to grow the brand and product. We look forward to a long and prosperous future as members of the Dynapac team.” • Northwest: Essex Silver Line West has served the northwest rental market since 1982. The agency represents Dynapac in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska. For more information, visit www.essexsilverlinewest.com. “After attending the product launch in Asheville, North Carolina, I learned a couple of things,” said Randy Chidester, principal at Essex Silver Line West. “Number one, the equipment is better than ever. New features that allow the operator better sightlines and a new paint scheme, to name just a couple improvements. Second, the product with the backing of the FAYAT Group has set Dynapac up to be the leader in the industry. Essex Silver Line West is excited to be covering the Pacific Northwest for Dynapac.” • California and Hawaii: Wirant Sales was established in 1975 to service the construction industry. The agency covers California and Hawaii for Dynapac. For more information, visit www.wirantsales.com. “We have had a long relationship with Dynapac over the years, and are glad to be in partnership with Dynapac again,” said Chuck Skladanek, vice president, sales at Wirant Sales. “Dynapac products are known to be ruggedly engineered and built to meet the most demanding rental applications. We look forward to selling these quality products once again.” “We’re very excited about our partnerships with these highly respected agencies,” said Fabian Salinas, Dynapac North America vice president of sales. “Each brings a commitment to excellence that will benefit our customers and help us expand our penetration in the growing rental segment.” For more information, visit www.dynapac.us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Contact your local dealer: CHADWICK-BAROSS, INC. Bangor, ME 207.942.4838 Caribou, ME 207.498.2547 Westbrook, ME 207.854.8411 Contact Concord, NHyour local dealer: 603.224.4063 GEORGE ASSOCIATES, INC. Dealer Name Silver Spring, MD 301.589.9490 City, ST HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT & 123.456.7890 SUPPLY CO. Drums, City,PA ST 570.788.1127 123.456.7890 Ephrata, PA 717.859.3132 City, ST PA Harrisburg, 123.456.7890 717.564.3031 Lock Haven, PA 570.769.1070 City, ST 123.456.7890 PENN JERSEY Deptford, NJ 856.227.6400 Dealer Middlesex, NJ Name 732.377.4130 Staten City,Island, ST NY 718.448.2444 123.456.7890 Lionville, PA 610.363.9200 City, ST TYLER EQUIPMENT 123.456.7890 E. Longmeadow, MA 413.525.6351 City, ST Berlin, CT 123.456.7890 860.356.0840 City, ST EQUIPMENT VANTAGE 123.456.7890 Batavia, NY 585.344.1931 Latham, NY 518.220.9500 Dealer Name Syracuse, NY 315.437.2611 City, ST WOODCO MACHINERY 123.456.7890 Avon, MA 508.584.8484 City, ST Woburn, MA 123.456.7890 781.935.3377 Johnston, RI City, ST 401.942.9191 123.456.7890

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Contact your local dealer: Chadwick-BaRoss Westbrook, ME 207.854.8411

Rudd Pittsburgh, PA 412.741.1731

Bangor, ME Clearfield, PA Contact your local dealer:814.765.8500 207.942.4838 Caribou, ME Dealer Name 207.498.2547

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Concord, NH City, ST 603.224.4063

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Komatsu America Introduces WA480-8 Wheel Loader

The WA480-8 is the perfect tool for quarry, infrastructure and non-residential construction applications, according to Craig McGinnis, product marketing manager, Komatsu America.

Komatsu America Corp. announced the introduction of the new WA480-8 wheel loader. Equipped with an EPA Tier IV Final certified emissions regulations-compliant engine, this latest addition to the wheel loader family combines higher production with lower fuel costs, improved operator comfort and enhanced serviceability, according to the manufacturer. New operator-friendly design features include the optional advanced joystick steering system (AJSS), which eliminates the steering wheel, and with it, a major cause of operator fatigue. Also, the new “generous curves” bucket design fills and retains material better, making the machine nearly eight percent more productive than the previous model. “The WA480-8 is the perfect tool for quarry, infrastructure and non-residential construction applications,” said Craig McGinnis, product marketing manager, Komatsu America. “It’s the perfect threepass loader for on-highway trucks and hoppers,” McGinnis said. Standard Features Under the Hood • A powerful 299 hp, 11.04 L, EPA Tier IV Final certified, SAA6D125E-7 engine uses up to 20 percent less fuel than its Tier III predecessor

• Nearly 20 years of leadership in emissions technology enabled Komatsu designers to create an engine that reduces nitrogen oxides (NOx) by more than 80 percent, from the Tier III model • Komatsu diesel particulate filter (KDPF) and other after treatment components are designed in conjunction with the engine for efficiency and long life • More than 95 percent of KDPF regeneration is performed passively, with no action required of the operator and no interference with machine operation • Komatsu’s SmartLoader Logic, combined with the lockup torque converter that activates in 2nd, 3rd and 4th gear, provides optimal engine torque for improved acceleration, hill-climbing ability, a higher top speed and fuel savings New In-Cab Enhancements/Features • Advanced joystick steering system (AJSS) eliminates the steering wheel for improved forward visibility and operator comfort while allowing the machine to operate at full speed • Integrated load meter system displays data directly to the machine’s main monitor and remotely via KOMTRAX. Load sub-total and cancel functions available via buttons integrated into the machine work

levers. Load meter is only available on two-lever, two-valve machine configurations • An optional printer allows operators to print bucket and truck weights based on load meter data • Air-suspension, high-back, heated seat softens machine vibrations for operator comfort, while cast frame structure increases strength • Seat-mounted electronic pilot control levers with F-N-R switch for operator ergonomics and convenience • Latest version of pioneering KOMTRAX telematics system and monitor that provides key machine metrics, including KDPF status and DEF-level data, fuel consumption, plus performance information collected and sorted by operator ID • Komatsu auto idle shutdown to reduce idle time and save fuel • Auxiliary jack and two 12-volt ports • Seven-inch, full color, high resolution monitor with ecology guidance • Separate, full color, rearview monitor comes standard Additional Features/Benefits • New bucket design improves overall machine productivity. Generous curves on the side wall and wrap improve pile penetration, make it easy to fill and improve

material retention in carry operations • New auto dig system controls bucket tilt and lifting by sensing pressure applied to the work equipment. System can reduce operator fatigue and optimize bucket load • New swing-out rear door and standard auto-reversing fan allow easy access to wider fin space radiator for ease of cleaning • Gull-wing engine doors provide quick, convenient access for daily checks and service items • Full polymer, corrosion-resistant rear fenders are standard • Sight gauge at DEF fill cap to minimize overfilling. DEF fill cap has convenient magnetized holster to hold cap while filling • Additional hinged panels on each side of machine for easy access to regeneration components • Optional engine pan and oil heaters available for easier starting in colder conditions • New battery disconnect switch includes lock out tag out capability with a lock or hasp For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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New York

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ATS Equipment Auburn (508) 832-8500 Boston (617) 825-3600 Rehoboth (508) 379-6200

All Island Equipment West Babylon (631) 643-2605

Elliott & Frantz King of Prussia (610) 279-5200

Elliott & Frantz Manassas (703) 257-2381

Contractor Sales Co Albany (518) 456-1445

Medico Industries Stroud Township (570) 420-0877 Wilkes-Barre (570) 825-7711

Link-Belt Mid Atlantic Ashland (804) 798-2290 Chesapeake (757) 485-4485

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Maine Frank Martin Sons Fort Kent Mills (207) 834-3171 Madison (207) 858-4748

Maryland Elliott & Frantz Jessup (800) 220-3752

Chappell Tractor Sales Brentwood (800) 616-5666 Concord (603) 225-3361 Milford (800) 698-2640

New Jersey Harter Equipment Englishtown (732) 446-7600

Westchester Tractor Brewster (845) 278-7766 Baschmann Services, Inc. Elma (716) 655-1101

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Hawkins-Graves, Inc Lynchburg (866) 847-6677

ATS Equipment Rehoboth (508) 379-6200

West Virginia Vermont Hill-Martin Corporation Northfield (800) 451-5016

Anderson Equipment Charleston (304) 756-2800 Fairmont (304) 366-3075


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MODEL

CASE

21F XT 21F Z Bar 121F XT 121F Z Bar 221F Z Bar 221F HS 321F Z Bar 321F HS 521G 521G XT 521G XR 621G 621G XT 621G XR 721G 721G XT 721G XR 821G 821G XR 921G 921G XR 1021G 1021G XR 1121G 1121G XR

ENGINE TYPE

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

BUCKET CAPACITY CU. YD. (CU M)

MAX DUMP HEIGHT FT. (M)

Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT Case/FPT

55 (41) 55 (41) 60 (45) 60 (45) 70 (52) 70 (52) 70 (52) 70 (52) 131 (98) 131 (98) 131 (98) 162 (121) 162 (121) 162 (121) 179 (133) 179 (133) 179 (133) 211 (158) 211 (158) 242 (180) 242 (180) 296 (221) 296 (221) 320 (238) 320 (238)

10,913 (4,950) 11,272 ( 5,112) 11,023 ( 4,999) 11,618 (5,269) 12,547 (5,670) 12,547 (5,670) 13,303 (6,034) 13,303 (6,034) 24,203 (10,978) 25,404 (11,523) 24485 (11,106) 28,159 (12,772) 29,076 (13,188) 29332 (13,304) 32,492 (14,738) 33,392 (15,146) 32851 (14,900) 40,057 (18,169) 40648 (18,437) 45,070 (20,443) 45651 (20,707) 55,282 (25,075) 58711 (26,630) 61,650 (27,963) 63443 (28,777)

1.44 (1.10) 1.44 (1.10) 1.59 (1.22) 1.59 (1.22) 1.73 (1.32) 1.73 (1.32) 1.87 (1.43) 1.87 (1.43) 2.3 (1.75) 2.1 (1.60) 2.1 (1.60) 2.5 (1.91) 2.5 (1.91) 2.5 (1.91) 3 (2,29) 3 (2,29) 3 (2.29) 4.3 (3,28) 4.3 (3.28) 4.8 (3.67) 4 (3.05) 5.5 (4.21) 4.8 (3.67) 6.3 (4.61) 5.3 (4.05)

7.6 (2.3) 7.7 (2.4) 7.6 (2.3) 7.8 (2.4) 8 (2.5) 8 (2.5) 8.2 (2.5) 8.2 (2.5) 8.5 (2.6) 8.5 (2.6) 10 (3.0) 9.2 (2.8) 9 (2.7) 10.6 (3.2) 9.4 (2.9) 9.2 (2.8) 10.7 (3.3) 9.4 (2.9) 10.8 (3.3) 9.2 (2.8) 11 (3.4) 9.8 (3.0) 11.8 (3.6) 10.1 (3.1) 11.8 (3.6)

DOOSAN INFRACORE DL200-5 DL220-5 DL250-5 DL280-5 DL300-5 DL350-5 DL420-5 DL450-5 DL550-5 DL200TC-5 DL250TC-5 DL200HL-5 DL220HL-5 DL250HL-5 DL300HL-5 DL350HL-5 DL420HL-5 DL450HL-5 DL550HL-5

JOHN DEERE

204L 244K-II 304L 324K 344L 444K 524K-II 544K-II 624K-II 644K 644K Hybrid 724K 744K-II 824K-II 844K-III 844K-III Aggregate Handler 944K Hybrid

KOMATSU WA200-8 WA270-8 WA320-8 WA380-8 WA470-8 WA500-8 WA600-8 WA800-3 WA900-3 WA1200-6

TC: tool carrier

HL: high lift

Note: All "dash-5" machines are Tier IV compliant.

Perkins Doosan Doosan Doosan Scania Scania Scania Scania Scania Perkins Doosan Perkins Doosan Doosan Scania Scania Scania Scania Scania

142 (106) 160 (119) 172 (128) 172 (128) 271 (202) 271 (202) 345 (257) 345 (257) 380 (283) 142 (106) 172 (128) 142 (106) 160 (119) 172 (128) 271 (202) 271 (202) 345 (257) 345 (257) 380 (283)

25,794 (11,700) 27,381 (12,419) 30,115 (13,660) 34,262 (15,541) 41,844 (18,980) 43,541 (19,750) 50,783 (23,035) 56,868 (25,795) 69,897 (31,705) 26,224 (11,895) 31,592 (14,329) 26,566 (12,050) 28,296 (12,835) 31,130 (14,120) 42,869 (19,445) 44,743 (20,295) 51,919 (23,550) 57,618 (26,135) 71,617 (32,485)

2.5 (2.0) 3.0 (2.3) 3.5 (2.7) 3.7 (2.8) 4.0 (3.1) 4.5 (3.4) 5.5 (3.8) 6.0 (4.6) 7.5 (5.7) 2.5 (2.0) 3.5 (2.7) 2.5 (2.0) 3.0 (2.3) 3.5 (2.7) 4.2 (3.1) 4.8 (3.7) 5.5 (4.2) 6.3 (4.8) 7.5 (5.7)

9 (2.74) 9.3 (2.83) 9.2 (2.8) 9.2 (2.8) 9.3 (2.85) 9.9 (3.02) 10.1 (3.07) 10.6 (3.23) 11.2 (3.41) 8.8 (2.68) 9.0 (2.74) 10.5 (3.2) 10.7 (3.26) 10.6 (3.23) 11.1 (3.38) 11.7 (3.57) 11.8 (3.60) 12.3 (3.75) 12.5 (3.81)

YANMAR 4TNV98 YANMAR 4TNV98C YANMAR 4TNV98 YANMAR 4TNC98CT Deere 4045T Deere PSS 4045 Deere PVS 6068 Deere E6068H Deere PVX 6068 Deere PSX 6090 Deere PSX 6090 Deere 6090H Deere 6090 Deere 6135 Deere 6135 Deere 6135 Deere PSX 6135

61 (45) 70 (52) 65 (48) 70 (52) 103 (77) 124 (92) 140 (104) 163 (121) 186(139) 232 (173) 232 (173) 264 (197) 303 (226) 333 (248) 380 (283) 401 (299) 536 (400)

11,806 (5,355) 12,060 (5,470) 12,778 (5,796) 14,087 (6,390) 19,533 (8,860) 24,698 (11,203) 27,928 (12,668) 35,008 (15,879) 34,134 (15,483) 41,188 (18,682) 41,188 (18682) 48,988 (22,200) 55,905 (25,358) 59,083 (26,880) 75,413 (34,207) 80,052 (36,311) 117,947 (53,500)

1.0 (0.8) - 1.4 (1.1) 1.0 (0.8) 1.0 (0.8) - 2.1 (1.6) 1.4 (1.1) 2.0 (1.5) - 2.6 (2.0) 2.5 (1.9) 2.75 (2.1) 4.0 (3.1) 3.5 (2.7) 4.0 (3.1) 4.0 (3.1) 5.0 (3.8) 5.25 (4) 6.0 (4.6) 6.3 (4.8) 9.3 (7.1) 8.5 (6.5)

8.0 (2.4) 8.4 (2.5) 8.7 (2.6) 8.9 (2.7) 9.7 (3) 8.9 (2.7) 9.1 (2.8) 9.1 (2.8) 9.5 (2.9) 9.5 (2.9) 9.7 (2.9) 9.7 (2.9) 10 (3) 10.6 (3.2) 10.11(3.3) 10.11(3.3) 12.4 (3.8)

SAA4D107E-3 SAA6D107E-3 SAA6D107E-3 SAA6D107E-3 SAA6D125E-7 SAA6D140E-7 SAA6D170E-7 SAA12V140E-3 SAA12V140E-3 SDA16V160E-2

126 (94) 149 (111) 165 (123) 191 (142) 272 (203) 353 (263) 529 (395) 808 (603) 856 (638) 1,765 (1,316)

25827 - 26,489 (11,715 - 12,015) 28,208 - 29,079 (12,795 - 13,190) 34,128 - 34,987 (15,480 - 15,870) 40,532 - 40,932 (18385 - 19020) 53,352 - 55,579 (24,200 - 25,210) 76,897 - 77,856 (34,880 - 35,315) 122,136 - 126,678 (55,400 - 57,460) 224,650 - 230,380 (101,900 - 104,500) 236,340 - 236,670 (107,200 - 107,350) 477,100 - 486,250 (216,409 - 220,550)

2.2 - 3.1 (1.7 - 2.4) 2.5 - 3.5 (1.9 - 2.7) 3.0 - 4.2 (2.8 - 3.2) 3.5 - 4.3 (2.7 - 3.3) 5.0 - 5.8 (3.8 - 4.4) 5.9 - 8.2 (5.2 - 6.3) 8.4 - 10.2 (6.4 - 7.8) 13.1 - 18.3 (10.0 - 14.0) 15.0 - 17.0 (11.5 - 13.0) 23.5 - 45.8 (18.0 - 35.0)

9.8 (3.0) with pin on GP bucket 9.8 (3.0) 9.4 (2.9) 9.7 (2.9) 10.4 (3.2) 10.8 (3.3) 12.8 (3.9) 15.2 (4.6) 15.3 (4.6) 23.2 (7.1)


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CHART from page 72

MODEL

ENGINE TYPE

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

BUCKET CAPACITY CU. YD. (CU M)

MAX DUMP HEIGHT FT. (M)

Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C13 ACERT Cat C13 ACERT Cat C13 ACERT Cat C18 ACERT Cat C18 ACERT Cat C27 ACERT Cat C27 ACERT Cat C32 ACERT Cat C32 ACERT Cat C32 ACERT Cat C32 ACERT Cat 3516E Cat 3516E Cat C15 ACERT Cat C15 ACERT

92 (69) 92 (69) 112 (84) 153 (114) 153 (114) 164 (122) 164 (122) 188 (140) 188 (140) 230 (172) 230 (172) 241 (180) 250 (186) 250 (186) 276 (206) 298 (222) 298 (222) 298 (222) 299 (223) 299 (223) 312 (233) 312 (233) 386 (288) 386 (288) 398 (297) 541 (403) 541 (403) 699 (521) 699 (521) 814 (307) 814 (307) 1,024 (764) 1,024 (764) 1,739 (1,297) 1,739 (1,297) 373 (278) 374 (278)

17,838 (8,091) 19,262 (8,737) 20,869 (9,466) 28,770 (13,050) 28,612 (12,978) 30,879 (14,006) 30,553 (13,859) 36,216 (16,427) 35,052 (15,899) 42,357 (19,213) 43,674 (19,810) 41,644 (18,890) 44,712 (20,281) 45,884 (20,813) 51,176 (23,213) 54,729 (24,825) 51,176 (23,213) 54,729 (24,825) 54,871 (24,889) 55,057 (24,973) 54,871 (24,889) 55,057 (24,973) 66,337 (30,090) 66,571 (30,196) 78,402 (35,563) 112,574 (51,063) 114,359 (51,872) 178,517 (80,974) 188,713 (85,599) 220,089 (99,831) 221,713 (100,567) 292,748 (132,788) 294,878 (133,754) 529,149 (240,018) 530,428 (240,598) 98,806 (44,818) 105,023 (47,638)

1.7 - 2.5 (1.3 - 1.9) 1.7 - 2.5 (1.3 - 1.9) 1.7 - 2.5 (1.3 - 1.9) 2.5 - 5.0 (1.9 - 3.8) 2.5 - 5.0 (1.9 - 3.8) 2.7 - 5.5 (2.1 - 4.2) 2.7 - 5.5 (2.1 - 4.2) 3.3 - 6.5 (2.5 - 5.0) 3.3 - 6.5 (2.5 - 5.0) 3.3 - 12.0 (2.5 - 9.2) 3.3 - 12.0 (2.5 - 9.2) 3.75 - 5.75 (2.9 - 4.4) 3.3 - 12.0 (2.5 - 9.2) 3.3 - 12.0 (2.5 - 9.2) 3.3 - 12.0 (2.5 - 9.2) 3.3 - 12.0 (2.5 - 9.2) 3.3 - 12.0 (2.5 - 9.2) 3.3 - 12.0 (2.5 - 9.2) 3.8 - 13.0 (2.9 - 9.9) 3.8 - 13.0 (2.9 - 9.9) 3.8 - 13.0 (2.9 - 9.9) 3.8 - 13.0 (2.9 - 9.9) 5.3 - 16.0 (4.1 - 12.2) 5.3 - 16.0 (4.1 - 12.2) 6.0 - 15.8 (4.6 - 12.1) 8.3 - 10.0 (6.3 - 7.6) 8.3 - 10.0 (6.3 - 7.6) 11.3 - 13.0 (8.6 - 9.9) 11.3 - 13.0 (8.6 - 9.9) 14.0 - 16.0 (10.7 - 12.2) 14.0 - 16.0 (10.7 - 12.2) 16.0 - 31.0 (12.2 - 23.7) 16.0 - 31.0 (12.2 - 23.7) 25.0 - 32.0 (19.1 - 24.5) 25.0 - 32.0 (19.1 - 24.5) 6.5 - 13.5 (5.0 - 10.3) 6.5 - 13.5 (5.0 - 10.3)

2.7 (0.8) 2.8 (0.9) 3.0 (0.9) 3.3 (1.0) 4.0 (1.2) 3.3 (1.0) 4.4 (1.3) 3.6 (1.1) 4.5 (1.4) 4.7 (1.4) 4.8 (1.5) 9.9 (3.0) 4.7 (1.4) 4.8 (1.5) 4.4 (1.3) 4.4 (1.3) 4.4 (1.3) 4.4 (1.3) 4.4 (1.3) 4.4 (1.3) 4.4 (1.3) 4.4 (1.3) 4.8 (1.5) 4.8 (1.5) 5.1 (1.6) 6.8 (2.1) 7.0 (2.1) 7.2 (2.2) 8.5 (2.6) 7.8 (2.4) 7.3 (2.2) 8.5 (2.6) 8.9 (2.7) 9.3 (2.8) 8.8 (2.7) 10.1 (3.1) 11.6 (3.5)

JCB Diesel by Kohler KDI 2504 TCR JCB Diesel by Kohler KDI 2504 TCR JCB Ecomax JCB Ecomax Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 MTU 6R1000 MTU 6R1000

64 (48) 74 (55) 109 (81) 125 (93) 179 (133) 179 (133) 183 (136) 183 (136) 258 (193) 258 (193)

11486 (5210) 13296 (6031) 19154 (8,688) 20779 (9,425) 29500 (13381) 30102 (13654) 32565 (14771) 33583 (15233) 44606 (20233) 43129 (19563)

1.3 (1.0) 1.6 (1.2) 1.8 (1.4) 2.1 (1.6) 3.1 (2.4) 3.1 (2.4) 3.5 (2.7) 3.5 (2.7) 4.6 (3.5) 4.6 (3.5)

7.11 (2.4) 8.4(2.54) 8.9 (2.72) 8.8 (2.68) 9.4 (2.87) 9.4 (2.87) 9.5 (2.9) 9.3 (2.85) 9.9 (3.02) 9.3 (2.85)

4045HFL07 4045HFL07 4045HFL09 4045HFL09 4045HFL09 4045HFL09 Liebherr D 934 A7 Liebherr D 934 A7 Liebherr D 944 A7 Liebherr D 944 A7 Liebherr D 936 A7 Liebherr D 936 A7 Liebherr D 936 A7 Liebherr D 936 A7 Liebherr D 936 A7

138 (103) 138 (103) 153 (114) 153 (114) 165 (123) 165 (123) 192 (143) 192 (143) 225 (168) 225 (168) 272 (203) 272 (203) 312 (233) 312 (233) 353 (263)

Kubota V2607 Kubota V2607

51 net 64 net 131 (98) 175 (129) 225 (168) 370 (276)

CATERPILLAR 910M 914M 918M 926M 926M High Lift 930M 930M High Lift 938M 938M High Lift 950M 950M High Lift 950 GC 962M 962M High Lift 966M 966M High Lift 966M XE 966M XE High Lift 972M 972M High Lift 972M XE 972M XE High Lift 980M 980M High Lift 982M 988K 988K High Lift 990K 990K High Lift 992K 992K High Lift 993K 993K High Lift 994K 994K High Lift 986K 986 K High Lift

JCB

407 409 411HT 417HT 427HT 427ZX 437HT 437ZX 457HT 457ZX

LIEBHERR

L 526 Z L 526 P L 538 Z L 538 P L 546 Z L 546 P L 550 Z XPower L 550 Ind. XPower L 556 Z XPower L 556 Ind. XPower L 566 Z XPower L566 Ind. XPower L 580 Z XPower L 580 Ind. XPower L 586 Z XPower

KUBOTA

Kubota R530 Kubota R630

LIUGONG 835H 848H 856H 890H

Perkins 1204F Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSG12

P= Parallel Linkage

Ind.= Industrial Linkage 24,800 (11,249) 27,820 (12,619) 29,760 (13,458) 30,645 (13,900) 31,305 (14,200) 31,525 (14,300) 39,020 (17,700) 41,225 (18,700) 40,565 (18,400) 42,990 (19,500) 52,690 (23,900) 54,675 (24,800) 60,955 (27,648) 61,840 (28,050) 71,870 (32,600)

Z= Z Linkage

2.7 (2.0) 2.7 (2.0) 3.4 (2.4) 3.0 (2.3) 3.7 (2.8) 3.3 (2.5) 4.2 (3.2) 3.9 (3.0) 4.7 (3.6) 4.3 (3.3) 5.5 (4.2) 4.8 (3.7) 6.8 (5.2) 6.1 (4.7) 7.9 (6.0)

9.3 (2.8) 9.1 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 9.2 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 9 (2.7) 9.4 (2.9) 9.4 (2.9) 9.3 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 10.5 (3.2) 10.5 (3.2) 10.8 (3.3) 10.1 (3.1) 10.7 (3.25)

9,303 (4,220) 10,229 (4,640)

0.8 (0.61) 1 (0.76)

8 (2.45) 8.3 (2.53)

24,150 (10,980) 33,422 (15,160) 39,160 (17,800) 67,540 (30,700)

2.5 (1.9) 3.5 (2.7) 4.2 (3.2) 7.1 (5.4)

8.8 (2.70) 9.0 (2.75) 9.6 (2.95) 10.9 (3.33)


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MODEL

HYUNDAI HL940 HL940XT HL940TM HL955 HL955XT HL955TM HL960 HL960XT HL960HD HL960HDXT HL965 HL965XT HL970 HL970XT HL975 HL975XT HL980 HL980XT

KCM

30ZV-2 40ZV-2 42ZV-2 45ZV-2 60Z7 62Z7 67Z7 67TM7 70Z7 70Z7 T4F 80Z7 80Z7 T4F 85Z7 85Z7 T4F 90Z7 T4F 95Z7 95Z7 T4F 95Z7XT 115Z7 115Z7XT

NEW HOLLAND W50C TC W50C ZB W80C W80C HS

TAKEUCHI

TW40 TW65 SERIES 2 TW80 SERIES 2

VOLVO

L30G L35G L45H L50H L60H 2.0 L70H 2.0 L90H 2.0 L110H 2.0 L120H 2.0 L150H L180H L220H L260H L350H

YANMAR V4-7 V8 V10 V12

ENGINE TYPE

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

BUCKET CAPACITY CU. YD. (CU M)

MAX DUMP HEIGHT FT. (M)

Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSL9 Cummins QSL9 Scania DC 09 085A Scania DC 09 085A Cummins QSG12 Cummins QSG12 Scania DC 13 Scania DC 13

158 (118) 158 (118) 158 (118) 200 (149) 200 (149) 200 (149) 225 (168) 225 (168) 225 (168) 225 (168) 272 (200) 272 (200) 311 (232) 311 (232) 335 (250) 335 (250) 380 (283) 380 (283)

29,321 (13 300) 29,740 (13 490) 29,980 (13 600) 33,995 (15 420) 34,780 (15 775) 34,390 (15 600) 42,825 (19 425) 43,211 (19 600) 43,940 (19 930) 45,770 (20 760) 45,700 (20 730) 46,210 (20 960) 52,909 (24 040) 53,352 (24 200) 58,420 (26 500) 60,175 (27 295) 69,600 (31 570) 69,887 (31 700)

3.0 (2.3) 3.0 (2.3) 3.0 (2.3) 3.6 (2.8) 3.6 (2.8) 3.5 (2.7) 4.3 (3.3) 4.3 (3.3) 4.3 (3.3) 4.3 (3.3) 4.7 (3.6) 4.7 (3.6) 5.5 (4.2) 5.5 (4.2) 6.3 (4.8) 6.3 (4.8) 7.3 (5.6) 7.3 (5.6)

9 (2.7) 11 (3.4) 9.3 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 11.2 (3.4) 9.3 (2.8) 9.6 (2.9) 11 (3.4) 9.6 (2.9) 11 (3.4) 9.7 (3) 11.3 (3.4) 10 (3.04) 11.8 (3.6) 10.3 (3.1) 11.4 (3.5) 10.8 (3.3) 11.8 (3.6)

29.8 (22.2) 45 (33.6) 45 (34) 61 (45) 95 (71) 152 (113) 152 (113) 152 (113) 168 (125) 168 (125) 193 (145) 193 (145) 249 (186) 243 (181) 275 (205) 388 (289) 386 (288) 388 (289) 531 (396) 531 (396)

7,150 8,750 9,250 (4,195) 12,220 (5,540) 17,900 (8,120) 24,380 (11,060) 26,410 (11,980) 28,065 (12,730) 31,610 (14,340) 32,100 (14,560 38,625 (17,520) 38,910 (17,650) 45,750 (20,750) 46,050 (20,890) 53,310 (24,180) 76,300 (34,610) 73,790 (33,470) 79,080 (35,870) 104,230 (47,280) 106,110 (48,130)

0.52 (0.40) 0.65 (0.50) 0.78 to 1.0 (0.60 to .76) 1.0 to 1.18 (0.76 to 0.90) 2.0 to 2.4 (1.5 to 1.8) 2.8 to 3.1 (2.1 to 2.4) 3.1 to 3.5 (2.4 to 2.7) 2.8 to 3.1 (2.1 to 2.4) 3.3 to 4.2 (2.5 to 3.2) 3.4 to 4.2 (2.6 to 3.2) 4.2 to 4.7 (3.2 to 3.6) 4.2 to 4.7 (3.2 to 3.6) 4.8 to 5.2 (3.7 to 4.0) 4.8 to 5.2 (3.7 to 4.0) 4.9 to 6.1 (3.7 to 4.7) 6.5 to 8.1 (5.6 to 6.2) 6.5 to 8.1 (5.6 to 6.2) 9.0 to 9.8 (6.9 to 7.5) 7.3 to 9.0 (5.6 to 6.9) 9.15 (7.0)

8.9 (2.7) 9.11 (3.0) 10.3 (3.1) 10.3 (3.1) 11.8 (3.6) 12.5 (3.8) 12.7 (3.8) 13 (4.0) 12.10 (3.9) 12.10 (3.9) 13.4 (4.1) 13.4 (4.1) 14.0 (4.3) 14.0 (4.3) 14.5 (4.4) 15.2 (4.9) 15.2 (4.9) 14.5 (4.4) 16.5 (5.1) 15.9 (4.9)

FPT FPT FPT FPT

55 (41) 55 (41) 70 (52) 70 (52)

10,913 (4,950) 11,272 ( 5,112) 13,303 (6,034) 13,303 (6,034)

1.44 (1.10) 1.44 (1.10) 1.87 (1.43) 1.87 (1.43)

7.6 (2.3) 7.7 (2.4) 8.2 (2.5) 8.2 (2.5)

Perkins / 403D-15T Deutz / TD2.9L T Deutz / TD2.9L T

39.4 (29.4) 73 (54) 73 (54)

7,275 (3,300) 11,354 (5,150) 12,700 (5,760)

0.66 (.5) 1.05 (.8) 1.3 (1)

Volvo D3.3D Volvo D3.3D Volvo D4J Volvo D4J D6J D6J D6J D8J D8J D13J D13J D13J D13J D16J

71 (53) 71 (53) 98 (73) 114 (85) 164 (122) 170 (127) 184 (137) 256 (191) 272 (203) 295 (220) 329 (245) 366 (273) 414 (309) 528 (394)

12,125 (5,500) 13,779 (6,250) 19,334 (8,770) 20,900 (9,480) 26,800 (12,156) 30,280 (13,735) 33,030 (14,982) 40,920 (18,561) 42,830 (19,427) 55,870 (25,340) 62,150 (28,190) 70,910 (32,160) 76,020 (34,610) 116,460 (52,820)

1.3 - 2 (.99 - 1.5) 1.6 - 2.0 (1.2 - 1.5) 1.8-2.6 (1.4 - 2) 2.0-2.6 (1.5 - 2) 2.1 - 6.5 (1.6 - 5.0) 2.4 - 8.4 (1.8 - 6.4) 2.9 - 9.2 (2.2 - 7.0) 3.25 - 12.5 (2.5 - 9.5) 3.25 - 12.5 (3.3 - 9.5) 4.6 - 18.3 (3.5 - 13.9) 5.5 - 20.9 (4.2 - 15.9) 5.9 - 20.9 (4.5 - 15.9) 7.2 - 13.3 (5.5 - 10.2) 8.6 - 16.6 (6.6 - 12.7)

8.4 (2.6) 8.8 (2.7) 9.3 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 9.4 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 9.7 (2.9) 9.5 (2.8) 9.8 (2.9) 9.9 (3.0) 10 (3.0) 10.3 (3.1) 10.6 (3.1) 12 (3.6)

Yanmar 4TNV88C Deutz TCD2.9 L4 Deutz TCD2.9 L4 Deutz TCD3.6 L4

40.9 (30.5) 61 (45) 74 (55.4) 100 (74.4)

8,322 (3,774) 10,802 (4,900) 12,786 (5,800) 15,432 (7,000)

0.65 (0.5) 1.05 (0.8) 1.3 (1.0) 1.57 (1.2)

9.83 (3) 10.5 (3.2) 11.08 (3.4) 11.5 (3.5)

Kubota D1803-M-DI Kubota V2403-M-DI Kubota V2403-MD-I Kubota V3307-DI-T Deutz TCD36 Isuzu 4HK1 Isuzu 4HK1 Isuzu 4HK1 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.8 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Isuzu 6HK1 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSL9 Isuzu 6WG1 Isuzu 6WG1 Isuzu 6WG1 Isuzu 6WG1 Isuzu 6WG1

7.06 (2,150) 8.1 (2,465) 8.6 (2,605)


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Wheel Loader Design Involves Nuanced Advances Over Time; By Eric Olson CEG CORRESPONDENT

It’s blisteringly hot outside, dust and dirt is flying all around and noise is hammering your eardrums. Such is the environment at a typical construction site in the warmer months, particularly a big job requiring a lot of earthmoving; highway projects and manufacturing plants are perfect examples. In

the winter, some work sites are set in below-zero temperatures where crews can be moving large rock or mining materials. Whatever the time and place, construction machines that work efficiently, productively and afford their operators safe cabs from which to work is what all equipment manufacturers strive to produce. A perfect example is the wheel loader — a staple of most con-

struction jobs and materials yards. The loaders themselves range in size from large, 20-cu.-yd. buckets to small utility machines with the capacity of just a few cubic yards. Mostly, though, they are known for being able to lift and move practically anything: from asphalt to dirt to snow to logs, before moving them onto trucks, railroad cars, excavation pits or conveyor belts.

Hitachi is constantly studying bucket shape to increase the efficiency of the tool, said Mel Wade, an engineering manager at Hitachi.

At Case, the company redesigned the cab of its full-sized G-series wheel loaders to replace a three-paned front window with a single-paned piece of glass that is almost floor-to-ceiling to improve visibility in the front.

Design Tweaks Are the Norm Wheel loaders utilize a basic design that hasn’t changed much in decades. They sport a wide bucket connected to the end of two loader arms that are operated hydraulically. Buckets can be removed and replaced by attachments or tools to perform even more functions. What does change about wheel loaders is that, over time, incremental design improvements are made by their makers. Those advances are made to, among other things, increase the machines’ fuel efficiency and extend their service intervals, enhance their operator ease-of-use and safety and provide features that offer faster cycle times. To accomplish that, engineers are constantly working to develop and enhance new engine and transmission technology. “Whenever companies make changes to their engines they always take that opportunity to also introduce new features and improvements to their OEM products,” noted Hugo Chang, wheel loader and compact products manager of LiuGong North America. “For instance, when we brought out our new Tier IV models about two years ago, we also increased the rated payload of the machine without changing much in the way of its physical appearance or the engine horsepower. It was done by a slight tweaking of the Z-bar linkage.” After speaking with experts and designers at several wheel loader manufacturing companies, a range of opinions emerged about just how this basic — but vital — piece of machinery will continue to evolve in the coming years. Value and Performance Wanted Every advance in a wheel loader’s technology or design is also made after its makers spend a lot of time learning just what equipment dealers and end-users want from the machines. That feedback often leads to a delicate balancing act for equipment makers: producing a technically-sound wheel loader at an attractive price. “Manufacturers are trying to steer their wheel loaders toward better performance for the value,” described Brad Stemper, wheel

loader product manager at Case Construction Equipment, “either for more productivity for that gallon of fuel that operators are using or for longer work days and safer operation. That also translates into the maintenance and long-term service of the product. “The rule of thumb is that we are always working on the efficiencies for the operator and the fleet manager of the machines. That also means continually working on improving the powertrain systems and the hydraulic and cooling systems. As an industry, we constantly evaluate how we can improve these systems and make wheel loader use a better experience for the operator.” As wheel loaders are a very mature product, many new improvements tweak the way the basic structure performs. Evolving products such as telematics are cited by most experts as the leading new technology; others point to developments that will one day soon transform these diesel-powered workhorses into hybrid-fueled machines. “I see the trend in the industry as moving toward alternative-energy sources and technologies, similar to the automotive industry,” said Craig McGinnis, Komatsu America’s wheel loaders product marketing manager. “Every generation improves, meaning dealers and customers can look forward to increasing amounts of technology on their machines to add new levels of automation and control that improve machine productivity and performance.” McGinnis added that these new electronics, like Komatsu’s full auto-dig feature, found on the maker’s mid-size loaders, have been designed to help less-experienced operators quickly learn how to run their machines. “Ultimately, this means customers can maintain a consistently high level of production no matter what their work force looks like on any given day,” he continued. Through the refinement and use of telematics on wheel loaders, real-time data allows operators to boost their day-to-day performance to speed up cycle times, thereby increasing productivity. And, with the right intelligence, they can do it safer and without excessive


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Customers Heavily Influence Loader Enhancements fuel use. Owners, too, enjoy the benefits of telematics because the technology gives them the ability to remotely see their equipment working live to review the progress of job-site productivity. One example of telematics assisting loader operators is the data provided on bucket payload to achieve the optimal load. To that end, Volvo Construction Equipment recently updated its Load Assist OnBoard Weighing application on several of its wheel loader models, according to the company’s Eric Yeomans. “With these updates, operators are now getting real-time information on every bucket’s load within plus-or-minus 1 percent accuracy, helping them reduce over-loading, under-loading, reweighing and waiting times,” explained Yeomans, a wheel loader product manager. At Hyundai Construction Equipment, Chad Parker, a senior product specialist and sales trainer, said that just as telematics systems are used on health-monitoring devices, he predicts the same technology will be installed on wheel loaders. “I can see additional alarms and sensors coming that will warn operators of hazardous ground conditions, such as an approaching bank or water hazard,” he forecasted. “They will become standard with a braking system to bring the machine to a stop. These sensors will also prevent wheel loader arms from moving in the event there is an on-coming object within a certain distance.” Designs to Excite Consumers A variety of opinions were offered on what the “next big thing” may be on wheel loaders — what technologies will excite dealers, fleet managers and operators of the equipment. Dustin Hoogeveen, Hitachi Construction Machinery Loader America’s district product support manager, predicted that 3-D aerial monitoring backup cameras, equipped with custom distance settings, a feature currently being tested, will soon be on its wheel loaders. “Hitachi currently has loaders working in hot slag via remote

control, but I can easily see redundant or repetitive operations being conducted autonomously in the future, too,” he added. His colleague Mel Wade, an engineering manager at Hitachi, agrees that autonomous operation is just around the corner, but adds that upgrades to basic wheel loader efficiency will be the applications that will most interest people. “The technology in transmissions is continuing to come a long way in providing smooth and reliable performance, as well as high durability,” he explained. “Acrossthe-board powertrain design, engineering and manufacturing have made more dependable axles, transmissions and engines. We are now seeing high-engine output and realizing increased efficiency, without compromising durability.” Customers should also expect to see wheel loader functions that help operators achieve the correct torque in all situations, maintain a steady throttle position and reduce wheel slippage, according to Yeomans at Volvo. Some manufacturers are also exploring the feasibility of electrichybrid loaders. Volvo, for example, has developed its LX1 prototype. In tests, Yeomans said it has achieved an approximately 50 percent improvement in fuel efficiency compared to its conventional frontend loaders. The advance is due to the use of a driveline consisting of electric drive motors and hydraulics, a battery energy-storage system, as well as a smaller diesel engine and new overall machine design. He also touted the LX1’s significant reduction in noise pollution compared to conventional front-end loaders. “It’s important to note that the LX1 is a prototype and that we don’t have any immediate plans to launch it commercially,” he added. “But, it offers a glimpse into the new technologies that we are testing.” Loader Arms Key to Machine’s Design Loader arms are one component of the vehicle where consumers should not expect to see radical redesigns with each new model year, said Case’s Stemper. “They are part of a cohesive unit

on the machine; they aren’t just bolted on and ready to go to work,” he explained. “They also depend on the balance of the machine and the power under it. You can continually make the loader arms bigger, but to get a longer reach, you are going to need to keep in mind the undercarriage and the chassis. “With loader arms, any redesign is a long, intensive process during which there may be a few years between refinements. You don’t want a running design change to loader arms because it can influence so much of the design of the entire machine.”

dling finesse. Yet another design uses a shooting boom, or telescopic arrangement, reported Tammi Snodgrass, National Marketing Manager at Takeuchi U.S. “Using these booms on a wheel loader provides the operator with additional reach, greater dump height and the ability to stack and place materials in construction and agricultural applications,” she said. Chang, at LiuGong North America, believes Z-linkage is a “pretty tried-and-true” loader-arm design and one that he thinks is the best for his company’s machine.

“Many manufacturers, like Doosan, offer a vast number of interchangeable bolt-on teeth options for general purpose, light material and multi-purpose buckets,” said Aaron Kleingartner, marketing manager for Doosan Infracore North America.

One of the basic designs of today’s loaders is in the style of their arm configuration. Welldesigned loader arms allow for better weight distribution, which provides safer load carrying and prevents twisting of the arms and front chassis of the machine. The Z-linkage configuration has established dominance because of its simplicity and digging force, while the parallel-lift style gives operators better visibility and han-

“It’s a proven design, accounting for about 80 to 90 percent of all the loader arms on the market,” he added. At Hyundai, though, Parker believes the parallel-lift arms are making a comeback due to better engineering. “Machines that use them have extreme visibility without the obstruction of a Z-linkage or torque parallel bar,” he explained. “You get the benefits of high-

breakout force, maximum visibility and the ability to pick the payload level.” Engineers at Hitachi are currently testing a boom arm on its loaders that is a combination of the two major designs. “The PZ [parallel, Z-linkage] configuration maintains the best of both worlds: fewer parts to be maintained, greater breakout force at ground level, an ability to maintain the parallel lifting through the lift cycle,” described Wade. “In the future, the machine will sense and adjust automatically during the lift-cycle to maintain its best levellifting capability.” More Specialized Attachments on the Way Wheel loader experts predict that attachments (and buckets) for the machine will continue to be refined — mostly by after-market suppliers. Those companies can concentrate on making specific wheel loader components without having to develop the entire machine. But, once they refine an attachment, the loader manufacturers then work to design their product to work better with that attachment. As an example, the side-dump bucket evolved from a standard bucket when contractors requested a loader that could do that. “We see attachments becoming more specialized, depending on the application, worksite environment, material, material density, operator experience and even the weather,” said Sam Shelton, Hitachi’s marketing manager. “The weight of the attachment itself in some applications is significant. Customers are looking for attachments that last, don’t add additional weight, are balanced and will fill quickly without resistance. This reduces cycle times, which results in increased productivity.” Hitachi is constantly studying bucket shape to increase the efficiency of the tool, said Wade. That includes studying ways to reduce bucket drag and ease fill, which, in turn, saves on equipment wear and tear, fuel use and overall operational expenses. Most OEMs offer a comprehensive range of buckets and attachments designed for a specific kind see DESIGN page 80


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of work. Applications requiring moderate breakout force are standard throughout the industry, but some companies, like Volvo, offer wheel loaders with heavy-duty, general-purpose buckets made with wear-resistant steel for performance longevity. The maker also has units with straight-edge rock buckets for loading easily broken material from banks, as well as spade-nose rock buckets for breaking out hard, stony material and shot rock. “It’s important for contractors to know that bucket volume alone is not an adequate measure of the capacity of a loader — the crucial factor is the ability of a wheel loader to fill the bucket during every pass,” said Volvo’s Yeomans. Customers should expect to see wheel loader functions that help operators achieve the correct torque in all situations, General-purpose buckets are the most maintain a steady throttle position and reduce wheel common bucket-design for maximum fillslippage, according to Eric Yeomans at Volvo. ing and material retention on wheel loaders. The design works best in day-to-day mateble of reading, analyzing and responding to changes in terrial handling or when working in a wide rain, materials, operator behavior, etc., all without intervenrange of densities such as general aggretion from the operator. gates in construction. “The science of ergonomics is constantly evolving, espe“Contractors who work in rugged, difficially regarding operator controls,” added Wade at Hitachi. cult soil conditions may want to add rugged, “For instance, we just updated the joystick steering to be ground-engaging tools to enhance the permore ergonomically-controlled. Soon, the hydraulic loader formance of their wheel loader and bucket,” controls will be part of the seat assembly. They’re consistent explained Aaron Kleingartner, marketing with the operator movement, rather than controls located on manager of Doosan Infracore North the stationary console. “ America. “Many manufacturers, like Finally, inside cab air quality is being addressed through Doosan, offer a vast number of interchangeable bolt-on teeth options for general pur- At Hyundai Construction Equipment, Chad Parker, a senior product controlled filtration, tightly-sealed cabs, and optional air-filpose, light material and multi-purpose buck- specialist and sales trainer, said that just as telematics systems are tration systems for environmentally-challenging areas. ets. Weld-on teeth are typically offered for used on health-monitoring devices, he predicts the same technology OEMs Utilize heavier-duty buckets, such as rock buckets, to will be installed on wheel loaders. Customer Feedback reduce wear.” Every design improvement on wheel loaders is heavily Attachments used on loaders can range from a traditional how they interface more easily with the user. As the pool of pin-on bucket to grapples requiring extra hydraulic lines and trained and experienced operators seems to be getting small- influenced by what the manufacturers call “Voice of controls. er, we are trying to reduce the learning curve so that they can Customer,” or VOC for short. Doosan, for instance, regularly works with its customers At Komatsu, several of its loaders feature single-lever be productive and efficient on the machines earlier in their and dealers to gather feedback about its products and uses work equipment controls with an integrated auxiliary switch careers.” allowing the operator to control the attachment with his or Each loader manufacturer looks to improve visibility and the data to enhance and improve its products. Input gathered her thumb. ergonomics within the cab, while also installing automotive- from the VOC process has led to enhancements in Doosan “As we release new models, we are continuously updating style interiors with cleaner lines. Product experts see better wheel loader iterations that have produced new developour bucket design,” noted the company’s Craig McGinnis. operator visibility on the horizon to complement the lower ments in productivity, performance, operator comfort, visi“The WA500-8 and WA600-8 loaders feature new buckets corner and door windows already built into many loaders. bility and fuel efficiency, according to the company’s with improved loading performance that increased overall Detection systems, too, are being produced that afford the Kleingartner. “VOC is probably the most important feedback we get,” machine efficiency. The WA480-8, for one, sports a brand- cabs and platforms a 360-degree view. said Case’s Stemper. “Engineers tend to think of these prodnew bucket design with generous curves on the sidewalls for For instance, at Case, the company redesigned the cab of ucts differently than customers. At our company, we concenbetter pile penetration. This design feature also improves its full-sized G-series wheel loaders to replace a three-paned trate on customers’ needs and making an evaluation on what carry performance, spilling less material while moving front window with a single-paned piece of glass that is they are asking for. But, we also try to understand what they around the job site.” almost floor-to-ceiling to improve visibility in the front. In are implying in what they are asking. It is not only the speaddition, there is more glass in the back and on the sides, cific words that are being said, but how they are being said Sprucing Up the Office along with standard rear-view cameras on every model, and the context of when they are said that gives us the most With operators having to work many hours inside the cab, insight about their needs. just like in an office, an emphasis has lately been placed on Stemper said. To keep worksite noise from interfering with an operator “Part of that process is also driving to where they are using making the experience as intuitive and comfortable as possible. This, of course, leads to better productivity and will being able to concentrate on his job, the makers also are the equipment and observe them doing so while trying to hopefully mean reduced employee turnover for contractors. engineering better sound insulation with noise-cancelling understand the nuances of their feedback.” (This story also can be found on Construction “If the machine is too complex or the user is not really sure devices. Among the other features envisioned within a loader cab Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequiphow to use it, they are not going to get anything out of it,” said Case’s Stemper. “We want to improve the systems and are hands-free communications and improved sensors capa- mentguide.com.) CEG


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Liebherr L538 Wheel Loader Features Parallel Linkage for Multi-Use Ops

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Liebherr’s L538 Tier IV Final wheel loader is suitable for a multitude of applications and can be used in a traditional capacity, for earthmoving or material handling of all types of construction material through the use of different attachments, according to the manufacturer.

Liebherr’s L538 Tier IV Final wheel loader belongs to the new generation of mid-size loaders that remain true to their reputation as powerful and reliable all-rounders. These size loaders are highly versatile machines suitable for a multitude of applications and can be used in a traditional capacity, for earthmoving or material handling of all types of construction material through the use of different attachments, according to the manufacturer. This wheel loader features a parallel linkage for multi-use operations, achieves a tipping load strength of 22,705 lb. (10,300 kg) at an operating weight of 30,645 lb. (13,900 kg), is powered by a 153 hp (l) / 114 kW Tier IVf diesel engine and equipped with a 3.14 cu. yd. (2.40 cu m) quick hitch rehandling bucket with bolt on cutting edge. Increased Productivity With Liebherr Electronics The implementation of energy efficient technologies such as the hydrostatic drive combined with the Liebherr Power

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The updated load assist, on-board weighing, from Volvo Construction Equipment provides payload accuracy within ± 1 percent on every bucket, while the machine is moving.

Volvo Construction Equipment has updated the load assist application for its L110H to L260H wheel loaders and, together with a new version of the Android platform, operators will now get real-time information on every bucket’s load within ± 1 percent accuracy. “Load assist, on-board weighing gives operations a level of accuracy that will improve their efficiency and productivity even more, helping to reduce over-loading, under-loading, reweighing and waiting times,” said Eric Yeomans, product manager, wheel loaders, Volvo Construction Equipment. “Additionally, our system is dynamic, meaning wheel loader operators can weigh their loads on the move.” Real-Time Information An operator accesses the real-time information by utilizing the on-board

Volvo co-pilot display. This 10-inch, high resolution touchscreen works in conjunction with the on-board weighing app, which captures all load data via pressure and position sensors. While in operation, the operator can monitor the loading progress in realtime. The dynamic system measures the bucket load on-the-go to eliminate any disruption in workflow. Colored bars help the operator visualize the tonnage currently in the loader’s bucket, tonnage already delivered, and tonnage that still needs to be delivered, while icons offer insight into why the weight is not locked properly. Other Key Updates In addition to the ± 1 percent payload accuracy, there are number of other updates in this version that include: • New interface simplifying daily calibration, with step-by-step guidance

• New view selector letting operators see load data and the rear-view camera at the same time • A-Z sorting function to make organizing lists such as work orders, customers and targets easier • Can display payload in pounds in addition to tons • New Android tethering function, allowing remote software downloads. Operations Management Using Volvo co-pilot, the system will feed information to the CareTrack telematics system, giving remote access to the machine’s data and performance to the manager who can then determine areas of opportunity to improve productivity and lower costs. For more information, visit www.volvoce.com/na. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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ARTBA President, CEO Pete Ruane Crews Raze Hotel Announces October Retirement Plans Where FBI Took Down Local Mob

Pete Ruane, president and chief executive officer of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA), announced he will be retiring from the organization in October after 30 years of service. He is the longest tenured head of the 116-year-old organization. After Ruane’s departure, ARTBA Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer William D. Toohey Jr., a 33-year ARTBA veteran, will serve as acting CEO until the new top executive appointment is made and transitioned. “It has been my honor and privilege to serve ARTBA and help advance its mission of ensuring solid investment in transportation infrastructure to meet the demand for safe and efficient mobility,” Ruane said. “The nation’s economy and quality of life literally ride on the fine work done by the men and women in this industry. I’m proud to have been supporting them. This organization has incredibly strong volunteer leadership and an outstanding staff. I believe it is well-positioned to meet the challenges and opportunities of the future.” ARTBA Chairman Matthew Cummings, executive vice president Americas Transportation for the international design and construction firm, AECOM, noted that when Ruane joined ARTBA in 1988, the total annual federal investment in the U.S. highway and transit programs was $16 billion. Today, it is $60 billion. “Pete’s passion for ARTBA’s mission and his successful industry leadership over the past almost three decades cannot be overstated. He has built ARTBA into a highly-respected, formidable operation on multiple fronts — government relations, policy development, economic research and analysis, safety training and promotion. He leaves behind a powerful legacy both in Washington and the industry. Pete brings an unrivaled industry presence, a dedication and drive that are truly one of a kind,” Cummings said. He noted that earlier this year he had appointed Immediate Past ARTBA Chairman David Zachry, chief executive officer of the Zachry Corporation, an international construction firm based in San Antonio, Texas, to head a search committee for Ruane’s successor. That process, he said, is well under way. Ruane, who Congressional Quarterly called “the dean of transportation lobbyists,” has been a leading force in federal transportation investment policy and politics in the Nation’s Capitol for more than 40 years. He has been a fixture witness at congressional hearings and provided counsel to administrations from both political parties. He has advised and served on post-election presidential transition teams. Ruane was instrumental in the creation and leadership of the Transportation Construction Coalition (TCC), now in its 22nd year, which includes 31 national associations and labor unions, the 105-member Alliance for Truth in Transportation Budgeting, which successfully pushed reforms to end the long-time impoundment of Highway Trust Fund revenue, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce-led Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM), which he has served as vice chair. In a prescient move, in 1990 Ruane encouraged ARTBA to create its eighth permanent membership division — Public-Private Partnerships in Transportation — to help develop and move federal legislation that would foster private investment in transportation projects to supplement public funding. The association played a key role in opening this door in the 1995 highway bill which allowed, for the first time, states to be reimbursed with federal funds for bond

principal, interest costs and insurance on Title 23 projects. The law also made significant changes in federal loan policies for toll highway and bridge projects. For his leadership in the 1998 enactment of TEA-21, the $198 billion guaranteed, six-year surface transportation authorization law, Ruane was the first association executive ever selected to receive the American Public Works Association’s “Distinguished Service Award.” He also was selected as one of Engineering News-Record magazine’s “Top Newsmakers of 1998” worldwide. Public Works magazine named him one of its 2005 “Trendsetters” for his leadership in enactment of the 2005 SAFETEA-LU surface transportation program authorization. On Ruane’s watch, ARTBA moved aggressively into the federal environmental litigation arena. In 1993, it sued the U.S. EPA over proposed expansion of Clean Air Act transportation conformity regulations — and won. Among its many subsequent court victories, the association has earned landmark rulings thwarting state agency efforts to regulate and limit the use of heavy construction equipment on transportation projects sites and also in ensuring the transportation construction industry has legal standing in federal court challenges against approved state and regional transportation plans. Under Ruane’s stewardship, ARTBA also developed and launched nationally acclaimed economic research, safety and education programs. Among them are the Transportation Investment Advocacy Center, the National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse, TransOvation and the “Safety Certification for Transportation Project Professionals” (SCTPP) program. The SCTPP was awarded ANSI accreditation under the ISO/IEC 17024 international standard for professional certification in May 2018, a unique achievement. Prior to joining ARTBA in October 1988, Ruane served nine years as president and chief executive officer of the National Moving & Storage Association. From 1970 until 1980, he served as the deputy director of the Office of Economic Adjustment in the Office of the U.S. Secretary of Defense and the President’s Economic Adjustment Committee. Ruane is a past chairman and current director of the Small Business Legislative Council (SBLC), a permanent coalition of more than 50 trade associations representing small business interests in Washington, D.C. He also is an officer of the International Road Federation (IRF) and a trustee of the ARTBA Transportation Development Foundation. Ruane, a decorated U.S. Marine Corps officer, served in the Vietnam War. He earned a doctorate in public administration at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., holds a master’s degree from Pennsylvania State University and is a graduate of Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland. He holds the professional designation Certified Association Executive (CAE). A long-time advocate for Catholic education, Ruane has held numerous volunteer leadership positions in that arena. He has served as chairman of the Loyola College Board of Advisors and chairman of the St. Mary’s Annapolis School Board. For five years, he served as the first lay chairman of the Calvert Hall College High School in Baltimore. In 2015, Ruane was voted into the school’s Hall of Fame. He and his wife of 50 years, Pat, reside in Annapolis, Md.

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

By Craig Mongeau EDITOR IN CHIEF

A Kansas City, Mo., hotel where the FBI took down two KC mob bosses and 10 other mafia associates was razed the morning of June 24, 2018. Closed in 2016, the former Park Place Hotel near Front Street and I-435 came tumbling down with the help of 500 lbs. of dynamite. The hotel opened in 1975 as the Breckenridge Inn. Three years later, builders added a second tower, and with 328 rooms, the hotel was the Kansas City area's 13th largest. It had a 9,500-sq.-ft. ballroom and a 5-acre man-made lake and indoor/outdoor pool, according to the Kansas City Star. In 1978, FBI agents followed Kansas City mob underboss Carl “Tuffy” DeLuna to the Breckenridge Inn, where he regularly used the public phones in the hotel lobby. The FBI had learned that DeLuna was using the payphones to call Joseph Agosto, his contact at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas, to discuss the crime family’s interests in the casinos, as The Star reported at the time. By using the phones in the hotel lobby, he hoped to avoid being overheard by the FBI, which was listening in on more than 30 tapped telephones and hidden microphones in Kansas City and Las Vegas, reported the Kansas City Star. Retired Kansas City police detective Gary Jenkins in his book “Leaving Vegas,” recounted that the FBI had agents and secretaries stage a pool party at the Breckenridge Inn, to eavesdrop on DeLuna and get a warrant to tap the payphone he used. The wiretaps revealed an elaborate scheme in which crime families in several U.S. cities — including Kansas City — siphoned money out of Las Vegas casinos they secretly controlled and provided evidence used to prosecute the bosses of the Kansas City mob, brothers Nick and Carl Civella, and 10 other mob figures indicted in 1981 in the Tropicana skimming operation. A Kansas City grand jury handed down the indictments in a related casino skimming investigation that took down leading gangsters in Chicago, Milwaukee and Cleveland in 1983. Agosto, the man DeLuna called from the lobby of the Breckenridge Inn, was a star witness in the case. Kansas City-based Industrial Salvage & Wrecking drilled more than 2,200 holes into the structure. Controlled Demolition Inc. of Maryland set the explosive charges to bring the structure down. The hotel at 1601 N. Universal Ave. had undergone many transformations over the years and operated under multiple names but recently it had become blighted and a haven for vagrants and looters. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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PITTSFIELD LAWN & TRACTOR 1548 W. Housatonic St. Pittsfield, MA 01201 413/443-2623 www.plt.com

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Three Keys Your Business Needs to Know to Close the Construction Skills Gap In the United States and globally, skilled jobs are the hardest to fill, according to Manpower Group. That’s no surprise to construction companies. However, if it’s difficult now, what can contractors expect to deal with a decade from now? Companies unwilling or unable to effectively attract, engage and retain their workforce will pay the consequences in the not-so-distant future (a future that can include going out of business). “The onus is on companies now to actively engage employees,” said Ethan Martin, consultant and executive coach at Integrated Leadership Systems. “If employees don’t like it somewhere, they’ll just leave.” Martin shared action steps for contractors through the Association of Equipment Manufacturers’ (AEM)CONEXPOCON/AGG 365 initiative. Measurable progress takes time, and the majority of workforce 1. Make an Attitude Adjustment engagement efforts do not yield results for years. Ethan Martin of Successfully tackling workforce engagement Integrated Leadership Systems said reaching out to high school necessitates a shift in both attitude and strategy students and collaborating with local career centers will be benefor many construction companies. ficial in the long term, despite the fact that the company won’t see “Employees are changing, the world and the the fruits of their hard work for at least two to four years. market is changing. [Companies] have to be willing to face that reality, and ees or future employees, even to the it’s not for better or for worse, it’s just point where they actually end up losdifferent,” said Martin. ing them,” said Martin. “The investSuccessful workforce engagement ment, as it turns out, would have cost activities are interconnected with other them less than replacing the employorganizational aspects. ee.” “As long as workforce engagement 3. Hire for Character First is viewed as something separate, it Much is made about attracting the becomes the uninteresting piece, or workforce of tomorrow. Construction something like a task or a responsibilcompanies looking to engage with ity, rather than just being incorporated young people need to explain better into what’s being done,” said Martin. the value of a career in the skilled 2. Tomorrow Is Too Late: Commit trades. the Time and Resources Now Convey the significance of the work Companies often cite a lack of time they’re doing, why it matters. “It puts and resources as a reason why they fall the focus back on the mission, and short in employee engagement efforts. millennials want to make a differEthan Martin ence,” said Martin. Measurable progress takes time, Integrated Leadership Systems and the majority of workforce engageIf there is one piece of advice ment efforts do not yield results for Martin would give a construction conyears. tractor when looking to hire a young Martin relays that one organization he works with recently worker is hire for character. began reaching out to high school students and collaborating “The way we find and train people, you can teach anyone with local career centers; company leaders understand they to do anything if he or she has good character,” said Martin. won’t see the fruits of their hard work for at least two to four “And if the good-character employee actually moves on at years. some point, you won’t be left in the lurch because the person “However, this company is doing this now, so when the won’t just up and leave in the middle of a big project.” lack of skilled labor is even more of an issue in the future, it The construction industry will continue to evolve, and the will have built up its reputation as the go-to employer in the needs of contractors will change with it. As a result, it is critarea,” Martin said. ical for organizations to be able to connect with the workCost concerns serve as another common reason for not force of tomorrow, inspire them to strongly consider a career engaging employees consistently and effectively. However, as a skilled worker and, perhaps most importantly, develop contractors must recognize employee investment as being them into qualified employees. critical to organizational success. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment “Too many companies fear investment in current employ- Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

“Employees are changing, the world and the market is changing, companies have to be willing to face that reality…”

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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

Gamka Sales Co., Inc. 983 New Durham Rd. Edison, NJ 08817 732-248-1400 Fax: 732-248-1445 www.gamka.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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Volvo CE, LEGO Technic, Kids Design Futuristic Loader

A focus group consisting of children helped out in the process creating the ZEUX. Looking at early drawings and models, the group gave feedback that led to the development of new, unique features. Two main features that the group decided on were the scout drone and the adjustable “camera” boom mounted on the roof of the vehicle, called the Eye.

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) and LEGO Technic construction toys have joined creative forces with a team of children to design a futuristic, autonomous construction machine. The result: The LEGO Technic Volvo Concept Wheel Loader ZEUX set, scheduled for release in toy stores in August 2018, and the digital prototype for a real-world autonomous machine. What started out as a fun, informal team building event to inspire The Volvo CE and LEGO Technic design teams in 2016, gradually evolved into an idea for an actual LEGO Technic product. Their goal: Design the construction machines of the future. And now the collaboration has led to a number of potentially revolutionary patents. Arvid Rinaldo, Brand Communication & Partnerships at Volvo CE, explained why it is relevant for their designers to work

on futuristic construction machines with LEGO Technic: “We have enjoyed a truly fun and productive collaboration with the LEGO Technic team over the past few years. It allowed us to test ideas for new types of construction machines for the future, both in terms of functionality, scale, design and interaction. This model may seem futuristic now, but autonomous, connected and electric construction machines are already starting to be a reality. The Volvo Concept Wheel Loader ZEUX is a realistic next step in the exciting evolution of our construction machines.” Speaking about the collaboration between the two Scandinavian brands, he added: “We wanted to cooperate with a premium toy manufacturer, just as we are a premium player in the construction equipment sector. Volvo CE and the LEGO Group together create a perfect match, both culturally and

The LEGO Technic Volvo Concept Wheel Loader ZEUX set, scheduled for release in toy stores in August 2018, and the digital prototype for a real-world autonomous machine.

in what we try to achieve in our products — exploring together how we can build tomorrow” Autonomous lawnmowers and vacuum cleaners are already a familiar sight in homes around the world and are generally considered safe to be around. And as the first

self-driving cars were tested on roads, the gear wheels were turning in the heads of designers at Volvo CE in Sweden and the LEGO Group in Denmark, as they worked to find new ways to increase safety and bring a more human aspect to the artificial intel-

ligence in big construction machines. A focus group consisting of children helped out in the process creating the ZEUX. Looking at early drawings and models, the group gave feedback that led to the development of new, unique features. Two main features that the group decided on were the scout drone and the adjustable “camera” boom mounted on the roof of the vehicle, called the Eye. In addition to the scout drones and built-in sensors a real-life model would have, the Eye illustrates a new and inventive feature: it will show exactly where the vehicle’s “attention” is directed, which means it can make “eye contact” with humans and acknowledge their presence. “When you cross a busy road, you watch out for dangers and try to make eye contact with drivers in your immediate vicinity. It’s an see CONCEPT page 130


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Construction Expected to Begin on LaGuardia Airport Rail Link in 2020

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The $1.5 billion plan calls for an elevated train line connecting the airport with the No. 7 subway and Long Island Rail Road stations in Queens at Willets Point, location of Citi Field, home of the New York Mets. Officials said the new 1.5-mi. (2.4-km) line will get travelers to the airport in 30 minutes from either Penn Station or Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. LaGuardia, the region’s only airport without direct rail access, is undergoing a multibillion-dollar redevelopment of its aging terminals. The train-to-the-airport measure, passed by the Legislature as it wrapped up its 2018 session, lays out a corridor where the rail line could be constructed while allowing for multiple potential alternatives to be considered as part of the environmental review process. That process, required under state law, will begin this year and be completed in 2019, officials said. Construction is expected to begin in 2020, with the project’s completion set for 2022, officials said. Officials with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the airport’s operator, said the AirTrain will have two stops at LaGuardia, one at the Delta terminal and the other at the main terminal. Both are still under construction as part of the state’s $8 billion rebuilding of an airport once compared by thenVice President Joe Biden to a Third World facility. Notorious for traffic jams that clog roads leading to the terminals, LaGuardia has needed direct train access for years, officials said. “For too long, LaGuardia Airport has had the dubious distinction of being the only major East Coast airport without a rail link, and that is unacceptable,” said Rick Cotton,

Port Authority executive director. The legislation authorizes the state Department of Transportation to acquire publicly-owned land within the construction corridor once it’s established. State officials said no private property would be impacted. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Landscape Architects Society Names 2018 Honors Recipients The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) announced its 2018 honors recipients. Selected by ASLA’s board of trustees, the honors represent the highest awards ASLA presents each year. The honors will be presented at the president’s dinner on Oct. 22, held during the 2018 ASLA Annual Meeting & EXPO, Oct. 19 to 22, in Philadelphia. ASLA Medal: Carol Franklin Carol Franklin will receive the ASLA Medal, the society’s highest award for a landscape architect. Franklin, a founding principal of Andropogon Associates Ltd., has been at the forefront of ecological design and sustainable landscapes since 1975. Her generous spirit has inspired countless people through her work, her teaching and her writing. Her award-winning landmark projects include the restoration of the North Meadow, Ravine, Ramble and Loch sections of Central Park, N.Y.; the rescue and restoration of three of Frederick Law Olmsted’s parks in Louisville, Ky; and the master plan, design and management plan for the Crosby Arboretum, in Picayune, Miss. ASLA Design Medal: Mikyoung Kim Mikyoung Kim will receive the ASLA Design Medal in recognition of her exceptional design work. Kim, the founding principal of Mikyoung Kim Design, is a preeminent practitioner of landscape architecture as cultural expression. She has harnessed critical research to develop approaches grounded in evidence-based design, particularly in healthcare. Her healing gardens are found at the Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago, Boston Children’s Hospital and the Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami. Her inspirational designs have focused on the needs and dreams of children and families, including those from underserved populations in Hartford, Conn., to the regional learning center at the Chicago Botanic Garden. Jot D. Carpenter Teaching Medal: Patrick Miller Patrick Miller will receive the Jot D. Carpenter Teaching Medal for significant and sustained excellence in landscape architecture education. Miller, most recently associate dean of graduate studies and outreach in the landscape architecture program at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, has emphasized landscape architecture’s contribution to human well-being through better design and planning, particularly addressing underprivileged or underrepresented communities. His personal integrity is highly regarded by all, and his impact stretches across programs in the United States and around the globe. Miller is a past-president of ASLA, a Fellow of ASLA, and a Fellow of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.

LaGasse Medal — Landscape Professional: Scott Bradley Scott Bradley will receive the LaGasse Medal for contributions to the management and conservation of natural resources and public landscapes. As director of contextsensitive solutions and an assistant director in the Minnesota Department of Transportation Office of Environmental Stewardship, Bradley has been a leading representative in promoting a national research program on transportation project planning and design. He has become a national and international leader in shaping the management and conservancy of roads and roadsides. He has set a high bar for achievement in the planning and design of transportation systems to and through urban, suburban, and rural neighborhoods and landscapes. LaGasse Medal — NonLandscape Professional: David Archambault David Archambault will receive the LaGasse Medal for contributions to the management and conservation of natural resources and public landscapes. Archambault, the former tribal chairman of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota, was instrumental in the Dakota Pipeline protests, one of this nation’s most notable community protection campaigns in modern history.

all people. Olmsted Medal: Forterra Forterra, a land conservation nonprofit in western Washington state, will receive the Olmsted Medal, which recognizes individuals, organizations, agencies or programs outside the profession of landscape architecture for environmental leadership, vision and

Landscape Architecture Firm Award, the highest honor ASLA may bestow upon a landscape architecture firm in recognition of distinguished work that influences the profession. Founded in 1975 by Carol Franklin, Colin Franklin, Leslie Sauer and Rolf Sauer, Andropogon has become a model of ecologically based landscape architectural practice. Now led by principals José Almiñana, Yaki Miodovnik and Thomas Amoroso, Andropogon continues to promote the role of the landscape architect as a key partner for our communities. Its rare sensitivity to environmental issues can be seen in such projects as the Morris Arboretum at the University of Pennsylvania and the Phipps Conservatory Center for Sustainable Landscapes in Pittsburgh.

Selected by the American Society of Landscape Architects board of trustees, the honors represent the highest awards the association presents each year.

The honors will be presented at the president’s dinner on Oct. 22 during the 2018 Annual Meeting & Expo in Philadelphia, Pa.

While the campaign was indeed initially focused on tribal natural resources, Archambault has become an articulate national spokesperson for the interconnectedness and importance of viewing the protection of natural resources, such as clean water, and native habitat preservation, as a systemic concern that should be important to

stewardship. Forterra helps address environmental injustice and maintains the cultural character of communities by protecting land with a variety of uses — wilderness, farms, forests, waterways, urban green space, parks, even community gardens. It collaborates with public agencies, other organizations and communities for the common good. Forterra’s work also includes a large educational component to help communities and individuals understand how land conservation may be accomplished. Medal of Excellence: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collections Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collections will receive the Landscape Architecture Medal of Excellence. The award recognizes significant contributions to landscape architecture policy, research, education, project planning and design, or a combination of these items. Dumbarton Oaks has played a significant role in the emergence of a rigorous discipline of landscape architectural history and in the shaping of research as an important contribution to contemporary practice. It has served as an exemplary steward of the historic landscape and gardens in Georgetown, Washington D.C., originally owned by Mildred and Robert Woods Bliss and designed by ASLA founding member Beatrix Farrand between 1921 and the late 1940s. The Landscape Architecture Firm Award: Andropogon Associates Andropogon Associates will receive the

2018 Honorary Members Honorary membership is among the highest honors ASLA may bestow upon non-landscape architects in recognition of notable service to the profession. Since its inception in 1899, ASLA has inducted only 223 honorary members. Ann Breen, Co-Founder and Co-Director, The Waterfront Center For more than 40 years, Ann Breen has tirelessly advocated for urban waterfronts as one of the most fertile areas for protection, planning and community development. She founded The Waterfront Center in 1981 with co-founder Dick Rigby (nominated separately). Through the center, she has focused on educating key interests and the public about the value of waterfronts at every community scale. As a result, The Center has grown into an international voice that characterizes waterfronts as a community’s “front door”, and as a natural and cultural infrastructure opening tremendous opportunities for improving citizens’ quality of life and a community’s long-term health. Philip Enquist, Urban Design and Planning Partner, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP Philip Enquist, who leads the global city design practice of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, has focused on improving the quality of life and the environmental performance of cities on five continents. He designs location-sensitive master plans that integrate nature and urban density. Central to all his projects is a deep understanding and respect for the underlying cultural and natural fabric of the landscapes where he works. Nowhere is his big-picture approach better realized than in his 100-year vision for the Great Lakes — whose goal it is to serve as a see HONORS page 116


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Monroe Tractor Makes Its Presence Felt in New England By Craig Mongeau CEG EDITOR IN CHIEF

When Monroe Tractor announced that it had purchased Case of New England in July 2017, many New England contractors might not have heard of the distinguished New York State dealer. But Case Construction Equipment and Monroe’s New York customers knew and it was only a matter of time before the strong reputation Monroe Tractor has earned over its 67 year history would soon be recognized in New England. A Long, Proud and Successful History Monroe Tractor was founded in 1951 by Henry Hansen, when he and his wife Dorothy left farming to pursue starting an agriculture dealership in Henrietta New York, just outside of Rochester. With many hours of hard dedicated work, the agriculture customer base grew. And in 1963 Case Corporation introduced its first Pippin backhoe and a loader attached to a Case tractor which led to Case developing a construction equipment division ultimately naming Monroe Tractor as an authorized Case construction equipment dealership. In August of 1972 Hansen’s daughter Janet Felosky joined the family business starting in the parts department and working her way through different departments of the company, learning the ins and outs of the business firsthand. In 1988 she was named

President and when Henry stepped down in 2013 she also took over the CEO role. Under Janet’s leadership, in 2008, Monroe Tractor purchased neighboring Case distributor S.C. Hansen, which was founded by Henry’s brother Stewart Hansen in 1947. This expanded the company’s footprint to cover Albany, Elmira, Binghamton and Hornell, New York. Chuck Miller with 24 years at SC Hansen as VP of Sales, stayed on board to oversee Monroe’s construction equipment divisions. Over the years, the third generation of family members also joined Monroe Tractor with son, Chris Felosky, GM of the agriculture division and daughter, Laura Wilkas as Assistant GM of the New England division and Marketing

Manager for New England and New York who has been a Massachusetts resident since 2001. Monroe Tractor’s geographic area has had tremendous growth since 1951. “We’ve come a long way from the small cinderblock building this all started in.” said Laura Wilkas, “but the key to our success is continuing my grandfathers legacy and conducting business with the same integrity he did. His drive and ability to build relationships and take care of the customers is the foundation of how we do business ” From opening the doors in 1951, Henry Hansen was credited with saying, “Where courtesy dwells, service excels.” That same statement holds today as the second and third generations of family see MONROE page 128

Sales Director Steve Macridis brings 30 years of experience of construction equipment sales to the Monroe Tractor team.

Laura Wilkas, director of marketing and the assistant general manager of New England operations, and Chuck Miller, general manager of Monroe Tractor’s New England operations.

Shown here inside Monroe Tractor’s facility at 47 Southwest Cutoff (Route 20) in Worcester, Mass., is the parts counter and showroom.

The Monroe Tractor facility in Worcester, Mass., features 12,000 sq. ft. of shop space.


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Hitachi’s ZX345USLC-6 Ultrashort Excavator Packs Power in Tight Spaces Hitachi’s ultrashort excavator lineup in North America continues to grow with the introduction of its most powerful reduced-tail-swing excavator — the ZX345USLC-6. The new ZX345USLC-6 will offer contractors increased reach, dig forces, bucket capacity and lift capacity, while simultaneously making it possible to work in tight, confined spaces. With generous legroom, the ZX345USLC-6 cab features daylong convenience and comfort and is the only full-size cab on a reduced tail swing machine in the industry, according to the manufacturer. “As the number of urban renewal projects increase, there is a clear need among contractors for a larger reduced-tail-swing excavator that will help them tackle larger projects in a reduced amount of time. The new ZX345USLC-6 provides powerful performance in congested areas and keeps lanes open on road projects,” said Jonathan Spendlove, product marketing manager of Hitachi Construction Machinery — Americas. Built with the same toughness as Hitachi’s large mining excavators, the 30-metric-ton ZX345USLC6 delivers efficiency, reliability and durability. Efficiency The ZX345USLC-6 features a three-pump hydraulic system that provides multifunction performance and fast cycle times. It also comes with a standard auxiliary function lever (AFL) and control, designed for precise control of all attachments, including thumbs and grapples. The lever enables the operator to precisely and easily move attachments by the “slider” on the right hand of the pilot joystick. Optional auxiliary hydraulic line and proportional reliefs are available, making the machine ready for immediate installation of thumbs or other proportional controlled attachments.

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The new ZX345USLC-6 will offer contractors increased reach, dig forces, bucket capacity and lift capacity, while simultaneously making it possible to work in tight, confined spaces.

Reliability The new excavator is equipped with a powerful Certified Final Tier IV (FT4)/EU Stage IV Isuzu 7.8-L engine (249 hp) that features integrated, effective engine technologies. The Isuzu engine employs cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR). Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) is injected into the exhaust stream of the engine, runs through a catalyst, and turns the NOx in the exhaust into harmless water vapor and nitrogen gas. The EGR is specifically tuned to further reduce NOx (compared to EPA Interim Tier IV [IT4]/EU Stage IIIB engines) to meet new emission standards with minimal use of DEF. Additionally, an improved piston design allows particulate matter to be burned in cylinder, so there’s no need for a diesel particulate filter (DPF). Durability The ZX345USLC-6 undercarriage has been designed with durability in mind. The heavy-duty undercarriage, designed for a 35-metric-ton machine, provides a low center of gravity, greater stability and increased lift capacity. D-channel side frames house and protect the highly effi-

cient coolers and FT4 engine. The boom, arm and mainframe are so tough, they’re warranted for three years or 10,000 hours, whichever comes first. Uptime Maintenance for the ZX345USLC-6 is minimized with features such as side-by-side cooling cores, a standard battery disconnect switch and ground-level access to filters. Extended service intervals help maximize uptime, and scheduled maintenance is easy to track using Hitachi’s ZXLink system, which comes standard equipped on the model. ZXLink gives owners the power to optimize their operation and maximize profits. With the support of their dealer, owners can use their data to reduce idling time as well as maximize productivity and uptime. Without ever leaving their seat, they have access to fleet location, functions, hours, fuel consumption, alerts and other essential machine data. Owners also can view location and alert information in the field from iOS or Android devices. For more information, visit https://www.hitachiconstruction.com/products/zx345uslc-6/. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Ditch Witch Certified Training Program Offers New Courses As vacuum excavators expand use beyond horizontal directional drilling (HDD) job sites to other industrial applications such as microtrenching, operators require new technology, tools and information to be productive and safe on the job. Ditch Witch, a Charles Machine Works Company, recently introduced the Ditch Witch Certified Vacuum Excavation Training program to help both novice and experienced operators maintain performance and safety when using vacuum excavators on today’s diverse job sites. “We recognize that vacuum excavation is being adopted to conquer a wide range of jobs and we want to ensure operators are prepared,” said Greg Wolfe, Ditch Witch director of training. “With our new vacuum excavation training courses, operators will receive an advanced education to safely and effectively use the machines for new and traditional applications. We’re excited for The Ditch Witch Certified Vacuum Excavation Training program helps both novice what’s next in preparing our crews for and experienced operators maintain performance and safety when using vacuum today’s diverse job sites, and the new train- excavators on today’s diverse job sites. ing program is a great complement to our existing offering of HDD courses.” evolve, the training program is designed to including machine operation best practices, The training program features a series of educate both novice and expert operators on safety procedures, tooling selection and courses that provide comprehensive vacu- new machine functionality and applications. advanced equipment controls. um excavation training instruction. And, as Each course provides detailed information Participants can complete the entire provacuum excavation technology continues to on a subject related to vacuum excavation, gram online anytime, anywhere from a

computer or smart device. The full training program provides content on how to efficiently, productively and safely use vacuum excavation equipment. The online training program allows users to take the courses at their own speed and return to any course, as needed. After all courses are fully completed, participants can print an official Ditch Witch Certified Training certificate of completion. In addition to the online courses, crews have the option to work with their local Ditch Witch dealer to participate in an instructor-led classroom course, dealer-site training on the equipment, or receive training on the actual job site. The training program is part of the full suite of Ditch Witch customer productivity tools — including Parts Lookup, Orange Intel and HDD Advisor — available through the customer’s MyDitchWitch online account — with a single login to consolidate all customer engagement tools in one location. For more information on Ditch Witch Certified Training, visit https:// www.ditchwitch.com/training. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Pettibone Introduces Cary-Lift 254i to Handler Lineup Pettibone has introduced the Cary-Lift 254i to its line of pipe, pole and log handlers. Purposebuilt to deliver numerous safety and performance benefits over other material handling alternatives, the Cary-Lift is particularly adept at moving and placing heavy pipe in stock yards and construction sites, according to the manufacturer. The Cary-Lift 254i features an overhead lift arm design, giving the operator full front visibility when lifting or transporting loads — a sharp contrast to the lift arms on wheel loaders, which are located directly in front of the vehicle. Additionally, Cary-Lift forks are capable of tilting down 90 degrees for specialized lifting tasks, such as unloading pipe from railroad gondola cars. The 254i is powered by a 225hp Cummins QSB6.7 Tier IV diesel engine with DOC and SCR aftertreatment. The unit includes an engine-driven fan, cooling package and engine block heater as standard equipment. The machine

The Cary-Lift 254i features an overhead lift arm design, giving the operator full front visibility when lifting or transporting loads — a sharp contrast to the lift arms on wheel loaders, which are located directly in front of the vehicle.

provides a maximum load capacity of 25,000 lbs. (11,340 kg) and max lift height of 14 ft. (4.2 m). Offering 4-wheel drive with 2wheel, 4-wheel and crab hydraulic power steering modes — and with

the wheelbase limited to just 12 ft. (3.6 m) — the 254i can achieve a turning radius of 23 ft. 6 in. (7.1 m). Unlike forward-reaching articulated loaders, the Cary-Lift’s

heavy-duty, solid steel frame design allows it to take full loads into sharp turns without sacrificing load capacity or stability, according to the manufacturer. Hydraulic frame sway control and side shift

capabilities further stabilize loads by leveling the lifting frame when driving on uneven ground. The sway cylinder moves 7 degrees both right and left of center. A sliding door offers quick access to the comfortable operator cab, which includes a tilt/telescopic steering column and a swiveling, adjustable suspension seat with seat belt, padded armrests and lumbar support. Dual joysticks provide intuitive controls to efficiently shift gears and control the hydraulics. Large tinted safety glass windows and a rear-view camera with 7-in. display are standard. A quick attach system increases the machine’s versatility, with fork frames, pipe and pole baler, log baler, scrap baler and tire handler all available as attachments. For more information, call 800/467-3884, or visit www.gopettibone.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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DC Water is working closely with multiple stakeholders, including resiboard of directors is making a tremendents, Advisory Neighborhood dous investment in the future of the Commissions, District Department of District of Columbia and the Transportation, District Department of Anacostia River,” said DC Water Public Works, District Department of Board Chairman Matthew Brown. Energy and Environment, District “The scourge of combined sewer Office of the Deputy Mayor for overflows has long contributed to the Planning and Economic pollution in our waterways, and we are Development, CSX, Amtrak, District delivering on our promise to be part of Department of General Services, DC the solution not the problem.” Sports and Entertainment SIH will excavate approximately Commission, National Park Service 775,000 cu. yds. of material from the and the Washington Metropolitan tunnel and associated shafts. Area Transit Authority. Currently, the tunnel boring machine The Clean Rivers Project is DC (TBM) is being assembled at the main Water’s $2.6 billion ongoing program shaft and is scheduled to be lowered to reduce combined sewer overflows down the shaft in a single piece in into the District’s waterways — the early July. The TBM weighs about Anacostia and Potomac Rivers and 650 tons not including a 350 ft. long sled of support equipment that is The screw auger at the tail of the TBM transports muck away from the cutterhead while Rock Creek. The project is a massive pulled behind the TBM. The TBM maintaining a face pressure. infrastructure and support program application will launch in August. The designed to capture and clean water Completion of the NEBT in 2023 will ful- River will be reduced by 98 percent. In addi- during heavy rainfalls before it ever reaches rest of the site is being prepared for support of the TBM operation which includes instal- fill new facility construction on the tion to controlling combined sewer over- our rivers. lation of gantry cranes, mucking systems, Anacostia River required by DC Water’s flows, the construction of the Northeast (This story also can be found on ventilation, utilities, and roadwork. Three Consent Decree. Once the NEBT is connect- Boundary Tunnel will reduce the chance of Construction Equipment Guide’s webshafts ahead of the TBM also are being pre- ed to the other Clean Rivers tunnels, com- flooding in the areas it serves from approxi- site at www.constructionequipmentbined sewer overflows to the Anacostia mately 50 to 7 percent in any given year. pared. guide.com.) CEG


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Manitou Introduces New MTA Easy74 Telescopic Handlers Manitou introduced the MTA Easy74 telescopic handlers for the North American market. This new range includes three 74-hp telescopic handler models — MTA 6642 Easy74, MTA 8044 Easy74 and MTA 10055 Easy74. “The Manitou Easy74 models were designed with the rental industry in mind,” said Steve Kiskunas, product manager — telescopic handlers, Manitou Group. “Understanding the typical demands to maintain and support Tier-IV construction equipment, we chose to provide a 74-hp option without a DEF system for our already popular Manitou MTA telehanders. Our rental customers, especially, will benefit from the simplified maintenance.” Developed from the MTA Series III telescopic handlers, the new Easy74 machines are powered The MTA Easy74 telescopic handler range includes three 74-hp telescopic handler models with a Tier-IV 74-hp (55 kW) 6642 Easy74, MTA 8044 Easy74 and MTA 10055 Easy74. Cummins turbocharged diesel engine providing 295 ft.-lbs. (400 Nm) of age is coupled with a Dana 4-speed power- and height capacities remain the same as the torque at 2500 rpm. This engine requires shift transmission allowing full-time 4- Manitou MTA Series III models, and the only DOC exhaust treatment and does not wheel drive, 3 steering modes and machine MTA Easy74 machines also follow require regeneration. This new engine pack- travel speeds up to 15 miles per hour. All lift Manitou’s 1,000 hour extended oil change

service intervals. The MTA Easy74 telescopic handlers are equipped with a single all-in-one joystick control. This feature allows the operator to control all functions of the boom including extension, retraction, attachment tilt and auxiliary hydraulics, as well as select directional drive on the same single joystick. This design allows the operator to leave one hand on the steering wheel at all times and control all other machine functions with the other hand. The all-new MTA Easy74 telescopic handlers are ideal for rental. With no regeneration or diesel engine fluid (DEF) required, the Manitou MTA Easy74 will deliver a solid performance by providing low maintenance requirements, a reduced cost of ownership and a greater return on investment, — MTA according to the manufacturer. For more information, visit manitou.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Kohler Command PRO EFI ECH440 Offers Fuel Economy Kohler’s 14 hp Command PRO EFI ECH440 single-cylinder engine that integrates closed-loop electronic fuel injection technology (EFI) brings the benefits of Kohler EFI — including enhanced fuel efficiency, greater overall reliability and easier starting in harsh conditions — to a wide variety of equipment, such as generators, chippers, concrete saws, welders, utility vehicles, stump grinders, air compressors, tillers, water pumps and more. The Command PRO EFI ECH440 controls and manages the exhaust through the closed-loop system, thus burning the proper amount of air. This control notably extends the life of the engines. The Command PRO EFI ECH440 offers better fuel economy than similarly sized carbureted engines, according to the manufacturer, and also saves cash at the pump and time on refueling. The starter is one of the key feature of this model: the Command PRO EFI ECH440 starts like a car, with no choking. There is no carburetor, so there is no carburetor downtime. From there the closed-loop electronic fuel injection system gets the most from every ounce of fuel. Therefore, the equipment is always running — and earning — and end users are more productive. The engine also is more reliable because it has no carburetor and no choke, and the EFI diagnostic software, sold separately, provides quick and easy troubleshooting to minimize downtime, according to the manufacturer.

The experience of Kohler on EFI (electronic fuel injection) system is rooted in history. Kohler released the industry’s first closed-loop EFI system in 1996 and the industry’s first engine mounted EFI system in 2009. Now, Kohler has more than 30 EFI models and offers the expertise gained over the last 20 years to serve application manufacturers.. “Since it was initially launched, our EFI technology has been widely incorporated by equipment manufactures and has been well received by end users in a variety of industries,” said Ben Marotz, marketing manager of Kohler Engines. “When you’re on the job site, reliability, ease-of-use and efficiency are critical and it’s rewarding to offer an engine that now brings these benefits to single-cylinder applications all around the world.” The Command PRO EFI ECH440 also offers quiet, stable performance and features a three-year limited commercial warranty. For more information, visit KohlerPower.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

The Command PRO EFI ECH440 controls and manages the exhaust through the closed-loop system, thus burning the proper amount of air.


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Bobcat Introduces Rear Camera Kit for Skid-Steer, CTLs

Specifically designed and developed for compact loaders, the rear camera kit includes a 4.3-in. LCD color monitor with a LED backlit screen, wiring harness, mounts and a tailgate-mounted camera that offers a 118-degree horizontal viewing angle and an 89-degree vertical viewing angle.

Bobcat Company has added a rear camera kit to its list of available options for Bobcat skid-steer and compact track loaders. The rear camera kit offers the operator a continuous rear view of the machine to prevent contact with obstacles that may damage the loader and its components. Specifically designed and developed for compact loaders, the rear camera kit includes a 4.3-in. LCD color monitor with a LED backlit screen, wiring harness, mounts and a tailgate-mounted camera that offers a 118degree horizontal viewing angle and an 89-degree vertical viewing angle. Multiple screen and camera settings enhance the display image for optimal viewing in both light and dark conditions. The rear camera kit system is integrated into the loader, activated when the ignition is turned on, and runs continuously as the loader moves in both forward and reverse motions. The display’s integrated circuit protects the system against over and under voltage, spikes, ripples and load dumps. Shock and vibration resistant, the camera and display are qualified for all applications, including construction, and the kit provides heavy-duty metal housing and a rubber backlit keypad to protect components from hazards. An anti-glare, scratch resistant screen gives operators an optimal display image month after month. The system is rated for both dust and water exposure, and the camera’s internal heaters remove condensation, snow and ice from the lens so operators have a clear view in all weather conditions and temperatures ranging from minus 40F to 185F (minus 40C to 85C). The kit is compatible with any M-Series or newer Bobcat loader model. Customers can order a rear camera kit through Bobcat Parts and then visit their local Bobcat dealer for a quick installation (2 hours or less) or install the kit themselves. For more information, visit Bobcat.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Chicago Pneumatic Unveils WEDA Dewatering Pumps Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) has introduced WEDA, a small range of five dewatering pumps to the North American market. WEDA pumps are ideal for customers in the construction and rental industries, where small, lightweight, portable and easily maintained pumps are required to perform daily jobs quickly. Included in the five WEDA pumps are two drainage pumps (WEDA 04, WEDA 08), two sludge/trash pumps (WEDA 04S, WEDA 08S) and a residual pump (WEDA Q4B). They provide fast and efficient dewatering for a wide variety of applications, including excavations in construction areas, general dewatering requirements at mine, shipyard and other industrial sites, fire brigades, utility installations and repairs, maintenance and cleanup tasks in urban areas, and government and military response and preparedness program. The design of the pump’s outer jacket for cooling and thermo protection keeps it running safely under various conditions. All pumps can handle fluid temperatures up to 95 F and have a maximum submerged depth of 16 ft. (4.8 m). WEDA 04, WEDA 08 Drainage Pumps The WEDA 04 and WEDA 08 drainage pumps have a polyurethane semi vortex impeller that is designed to handle water on construction sites, in manholes and industrial pits with very low risk of clogging. A high torque capacitor/motor and a three-terminal auto cut prevent the motor from overload and dry burning. The WEDA 04 features 0.5 horsepower (hp) with a weight of 20 lbs. (9 kg). The pump has a discharge of 2 in. (5 cm) with a maximum flow of 66 gallons per minute and 4.2 liters per second (l/sec). The WEDA 08 offers 1 hp and a weight of 27 lbs. (12. 2

kg). With a discharge of 2 in., the maximum flow for the WEDA 08 is 86 gpm, and 5.4 l/sec. The WEDA 04 is 13.4 in. (34 cm) long compared to 13 in. (33 cm) for the WEDA 08. WEDA 04B Residual Pump This residual pump can pump down to one millimeter. A rubber coated bottom helps to avoid damage to tanks and pools. A 1-in. (2.5 cm) outlet with a non-return valve lifts and moves the pump without spilling or losing suction. Additionally, a 2-in. outlet transforms the pump into a regular dewatering pump. With a maximum flow of 60 gpm and 3.75 l/sec, the WEDA 04B weighs 21 lbs. (9.5 kg). WEDA 04S, WEDA 08S Sludge/Trash Pumps Tough against sand, mud and trash, the WEDA 04S and WEDA 08S sludge/trash pumps are designed with a vortex cast iron impeller and triple seal system. Particles and debris of up to 1 in. can go through the pump housing with minimal wear and it offers the same motor protection as the WEDA 04 and WEDA 08 drainage pumps. The WEDA 04S features 0.5 horsepower (hp) with a weight of 22 lbs. (9.9 kg). The pump has a discharge of 2 in. with a maximum flow of 71 gpm, and 4.5 liters per second (l/sec). The WEDA 08S offers 1 hp and a weight of 29 lbs. (13 kg). With a discharge of 2 in., the maximum flow for the WEDA 08 is 84 gpm, and 5.3 l/sec. The WEDA 04S is 14.6 in. (37 cm) long compared to 16.4 in. (41.6 cm) for the WEDA 08S. For more information, visit www.cp.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Included in the five WEDA pumps are two drainage pumps (WEDA 04, WEDA 08), two sludge/trash pumps (WEDA 04S, WEDA 08S) and a residual pump (WEDA Q4B).


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Honors Recipients to Be Lauded During October Expo HONORS from page 98

catalyst for long-term thinking and environmental and economic renewal. James Garland, Founder, Fluidity Design Consultants Trained as an architect, James Garland is a master of water design who founded Fluidity Design Consultants in 2002. As a contributor to projects of landscape architecture, especially projects in the public realm, Garland has elevated the artistry and expectation of what water features can be in contemporary landscape design. In recent years Garland and his team have focused on sustainable systems, including water recycling measures that have added ecological approaches to dramatic water effects. Examples of Fluidity’s advanced design initiative include the Hearst Building (New York City), Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City), VivoCity (Singapore) and Dubai Festival City (Dubai, UAE). Carolyn Mitchell, former Honors and Awards Specialist, American Society of Landscape Architects Carolyn Mitchell served as ASLA’s honors and awards specialist from 2004 until her retirement in the fall of 2017. Mitchell oversaw all aspects of the Society’s honors and awards, from publicizing the programs, to

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world. Dick Rigby, Co-Founder and CoDirector, The Waterfront Center In 1981 Dick Rigby co-founded the nonprofit organization, The Waterfront Center, in Washington D.C. with Ann Breen (nominated separately). A journalist with a strong background in environmental management and public policy, Rigby has helped signify waterfronts as the fertile, often unappreciated ground for initiatives that can significantly enhance city design and quality of life for urban residents. The result of this work in cities around the world has generated an understanding that waterfront public space is a fertile field of both study and implementation for landscape architects, recognized by municipalities and planning agencies Carol Ross Barney, Founder, Ross Barney Architects Carol Ross Barney has been in the vanguard of civic space design since founding Ross Barney Architects in 1981. She has been an ally of landscape architects throughout her career. As a Peace Corps member fresh from architecture school, she helped Costa Rica develop its fledgling national park system, contributing to three of their first and still highly important parks. In her teaching, she has instilled a concern for the

environment and sustainability in architecture students that is complemented by her own award-winning work. Her contributions as an architect on landscape-oriented projects such as the Chicago Riverwalk and 606 I Bloomingdale Trail have bolstered communities across Chicago. Dan Gottlieb, Director of Planning, Design & Museum Park, North Carolina Museum of Art Dan Gottlieb serves as an exemplary leader and an allied professional who, through his engagement and activities, advances the goals and aspirations of the landscape architecture profession. He consistently fosters credibility and recognition of landscape architects through his continuous engagement of landscape architect professionals in the design of the unique campus of the North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA). Over the past several decades, the museum’s growth has been overseen by Gottlieb. He has applied his knowledge, talents and enthusiasm to the task of incremental transition of the NCMA into a worldclass indoor and outdoor museum within the expanding Triangle Region. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Rural Transportation Projects to Benefit From Initiative PROJECTS from page 14

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Transit across the North Country; and • $204,000 in operating assistance; $588,000 to purchase five transit buses to expand services; $14,000 for technology equipment; and $159,000 for projects that support mobility in St. Lawrence County. Mid-Hudson Valley • $2.2 million in funding to support operating assistance; and fleet renewal and modernization in Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Sullivan and Ulster counties: • $223,000 in operating assistance to Dutchess County; • $637,000 in operating assistance and $116,000 to replace two transit buses in Orange County; • $185,000 in operating assistance to Putnam County; • $47,000 in operating assistance and $78,000 to purchase one transit bus to expand service in Sullivan County; and • $362,000 in operating assistance and $522,000 to replace four transit buses in Ulster County. Southern Tier $8.9 million in funding to support operating assistance; fleet, facility, and equipment renewal and modernization; and mobility management services in Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga and Tompkins counties, and the cities of Hornell and Corning: • $237,000 in operating assistance and $118,000 to replace two transit buses in Broome County; • $407,000 in operating assistance and $109,000 for projects that support mobility in Chemung County;

• $234,000 in operating assistance and $882,000 to replace 14 transit buses in Chenango County; • $485,000 in operating assistance; $124,000 to replace two transit buses; $91,000 for technology equipment; and $269,000 for projects that support mobility in Schuyler County; • $214,000 in operating assistance to the city of Corning • $536,000 in operating assistance; $274,000 to replace four transit buses; and $7,000 to maintain a vehicle lift in the city of Hornell; • $403,000 in operating assistance; $41,000 for technology equipment; and $578,000 for projects that support mobility in Steuben County; • $18,000 in operating assistance and $712,000 for projects that support mobility in Tioga County; and • $525,000 in operating assistance; $1.68 million to replace four transit buses; $420,000 for 16 bus shelters, technology equipment, facility maintenance and construction; and $490,000 for projects that support mobility in Tompkins County. Intercity • $4.5 million in operating assistance to Intercity bus operators, including Adirondack Trailways, Birnie Bus, Fullington Trailways, Hudson Transit Lines, Passenger Bus and Pine Hills-Kingston. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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WANTED: JOHN DEERE MOTOR GRADERS - WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT OF ALL SORTS, BUT NOT INCLUDING TRUCKS AND VEHICLES. WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD. PERHAPS AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL US AT 270-849-2270 OR EMAIL US AT TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WE BUY COMPLETE MACHINE SHOPS-- NOTHING TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL. WE ARE ACTIVELY LOOKING FOR IMMEDIATE PURCHASE OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS: LARGE CAPACITY LATHES - BRAKES - SHEARS PLATEROLLS. WWW.MAQUINARIACHICAGO.COM FOR A QUICK REPLY SEND PICTURES, DATA, PRICING AND CONDITION OF EQUIPMENT TO THE FOLLOWING EMAILS: MARK@MAQUINARIACHICAGO.COM & RUBYAMATULLI@CS.COM. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SKYTRAK 6036 TELEHANDLERS/FORKLIFTS EMAIL: VANDENTOPDON@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: GMC 1500 4X4 CREW CAB. GOOD MOTOR, BRAKES GOOD, TIRES GOOD CONDITION. EMAIL: ZYEPHER88@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU WA320-5 WHEEL LOADER. ONLY -5 MACHINE, CLEAN, WORK READY WITH REASONABLE HOURS. GOING TO BOSTON, MASS. EMAIL: CMISOLD1@COMCAST.NET; PHONE: RICHARD AT 603-828-6100 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DRESSER 510B WHEEL LOADERS. DRESSER WHEEL LOADER QUICK COUPLER.. LOOKING FOR A QUICK COUPLER AND ATTACHMENTS TO FIT A DRESSER 510B.. OR A 515B.. PLUS LOOKING FOR A SET OF RETRO SOLID TIRES, OR FOAM FILLED FOR SCRAP YARD USE. CONTACT JOEL EMAIL: JAMOSKE@AOL.COM PHONE: 217-622-3163 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED UB BREAKER, UB302 HYDRAULIC BREAKERS. CONTACT CHAD EMAIL:CBARRETT@HEAVYEQSRV.COM PHONE: 800-383-1467 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 623K SCRAPERS EMAIL: WEBEREQUIPMENT@ BIGPOND.COM WANTED 623K FOR AUSTRALIA ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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WANTED: JOHN DEERE 330C LC. NEED HOUSE TUG, REMOTE TRAX AND PLATYPUS OR TRANSLIFT. MANUFACTURED HOUSE MOVING EQUIPMENT. WILL CONFER PURCHASE OR LEASE. IN US ONLY. EMAIL: LOBUCAK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: TRACKMOBILE 4000TM. NEED HOUSE TUG, REMOTE TRAX AND PLATYPUS OR TRANSLIFT. MANUFACTURED HOUSE MOVING EQUIPMENT. WILL CONFER PURCHASE OR LEASE. IN US ONLY. EMAIL: LOBUCAK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BOMAG BW 75 S COMPACTION EQUIPMENT EMAIL: BLOVIO@CORRADO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LINCOLN SA-200 WELDER. IN USA ONLY. CONTACT: JIM BAKER EMAIL: JIMBAKER@BENTON COUNTYCABLE.NET PHONE: 931-264-0274 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 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. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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• Mexico (Syracuse), NY Fri., July 13, 2018 For: Retirement Auction. Complete Liquidation. • Canastota (Syracuse), NY Sat., July 14, 2018 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Wed., July 18, 2018 For: Late Model Rentals • Rutland, VT Sat., July 21, 2018 For Late Model Logging & Construction Equipment • Auburn, NY Sun., July 22, 2018 For: Real Estate-Large Building & Land Plus Personal Property • Parkersburg, VA Thurs., July 26, 2018 For Late Model Construction Equipment • Georgetown, MA Sat., July 28, 2018 For Retirement Auction, Construction Equipment and more • Sioux City, IA Fri., August 3, 2018 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • San Diego, CA Sat., August 4, 2018 For: Construction Equipment & more • Orlando (Kissimmee), FL Tues., August 7, 2018 For: Large Rental Return Auction • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., August 10, 2018 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Columbiana, OH Sat., August 11, 2018 For: Major Job Completion, Late Model Construction Equipment • Sioux Falls, SD Wed., August 15, 2018 For: Early Retirement Auction • Jamestown, NY Thurs., August 16, 2018 For: Job Completion Auction • Concord, NH Sat., August 18, 2018 For: Complete Liquidation Retirement Auction • Houston, TX Wed., August 23, 2018 For: Rentals! Late Model Construction Equipment • Chicago, IL Thurs., August 23, 2018 For: Major Job Completion Auction • Gary, IN Fri., August 24, 2018 For: Complete Retirement Liquidation • Montreal, Canada Fri., September 7, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment

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• Stoutsville, OH July 27 - 28, 2018 For: Mid-Summer Classic Collector Car & Truck Auction EQUIFY AUCTIONS, LLC www.equifyauctions.com 888-535-8218 • ONLINE ONLY July 11, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY July 25, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY August 8, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY August 22, 2018 GOVPLANET an IronPlanet Marketplace www.govplanet.com 844-225-8799 • ONLINE ONLY July 12, 2018 HESS AUCTIONEERS www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 • Marietta, PA Fri., August 17, 2018 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment • Marietta, PA Fri., October 19, 2018 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment • Marietta, PA Fri., December 7, 2018 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION www.ebay.com/usr/hceasurplus 419-352-5616 • ONLINE ONLY 2018 HCEA Sales Literature Auction HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898

J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 856-764-7163 • Charlotte, MI Sat., July 14, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction • South Beloit, IL Sat., July 21, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction • Concord, NC Thurs., July 26, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Fri., August 4, 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction

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

• West Fargo, ND Wed., August 1, 2018 For: AgIron West Fargo Event

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• Larchwood, IA Tues., August 7, 2018 For: AgIron Sioux Falls Event • Valley City, ND Thurs., August 16, 2018 For: Wick Construction Retirement Auction TERRA POINT LLC www.terrapointllc.com 877-772-5998 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., July 25, 2018 For: Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • ONLINE ONLY Wed., August 29, 2018 For: Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • ONLINE ONLY Wed., September 26, 2018 For: Equipment, Trucks & Trailers ROLLER AUCTIONEERS www.rollerauction.com 866-515-1668 • Denver, CO Wed., July 18, 2018 For: Heavy Construction & Contracting Equipment VANTAGE AUCTIONS www.vantageauctions.com 951-228-9040 • Lake Elsinore, CA Sat., August 11, 2018 For: Construction Equipment WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat., September 15, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment Auction • Princeton, MN Sat., December 8, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment Auction

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The Epiroc Scooptram ST7 battery is part of the company’s drive toward fossil-free mines.

The shares of Epiroc AB, a productivity partner for the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries, have started trading on Nasdaq Stockholm in Sweden. This marks the start of Epiroc as a fully independent company following its separation from the Atlas Copco Group. “We are excited to begin our journey as an independent company,” said Turgay Ozan, president of Epiroc USA LLC, headquartered in Commerce City, Colo. “We are proud of our long and productive heritage in the Atlas Copco Group. At the same time, we look forward to serving our customers in an even more focused way.” Atlas Copco announced in January 2017 that the group would split into two companies in 2018: Atlas Copco, focusing on industrial customers, and Epiroc, focusing on mining, infrastructure and natural resources customers. In the United States, Epiroc began operating as an independent business on Dec. 1, 2017. The annual general meeting of Atlas Copco AB decided on April 24, 2018, to distribute all shares of Epiroc AB to the shareholders of Atlas Copco AB. For more information, visit www.epiroc.us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Friday, July 13: MEXICO (Syracuse), NEW YORK: Retirement Auction. Complete Liquidation. (It's a Good One). EARLY HIGHLIGHTS: (2)JD 250D(Artics), Cat 345, Cat 330CL, Cat 330BL, Cat 315CL, Komatsu PC78US-6, Cat D8K, Cat D6KXL(cab), Cat D5C, Cat IT28G, Cat 277B, Cat 262D, Challenger MT275B, NH Workmaster-33. SPECIAL: 2011 Allen 6036B, Bridge Deck Finisher(used 1 time), Talbert 55T Detachable, Western Star Truck Tractor, Western Star Dump Truck, PLUS: Hydroseeder, Straw Blower, Pickups, Tagalongs. Various Attachments and Buckets, Tampers, Welders, Fusion Machines, Trench Shields, Road Plates, Fuel Tanks. 2. Saturday, July 14: CANASTOTA (Syracuse), NEW YORK: In Conjunction with 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. 3. Wednesday, July 18: DALLAS (Ft. Worth), TEXAS: Very Late Model Rentals of John Deere(up to 2016), Cats(up to 2015), Komatsu Earthmoving Equipment, Forklifts, Skid Steers, Aerials, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Attachments. 4. Saturday, July 21: RUTLAND, VERMONT: Late Model Logging & Construction Equipment, Aerials, Trucks, Support & Accessories. 5. Sunday, July 22: AUBURN, NEW YORK: Absolute Real Estate Auction. Fancy Commercial - Former Synagogue. Building On 2 Acre Lot - Lots Of Possibilities. Selling Same Day after Real Estate: JD Garden Tractor; Tandem Axle Equipment Trailer; (2)9000 Watt Generators. 6. Saturday, July 28: GEORGETOWN, MASSACHUSETTS: Retirement Auction. A Premier Contractor. Late Model Construction Equipment, Trucks, Very Large Quantity of Very Nice Support Equipment and Attachments. 7. Saturday, August 4: SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA: Cat, John Deere, Komatsu, Volvo, IR Construction Equipment, Asphalt & Vibratory Rollers, Aerial Lifts, Trucks and Trailers. 8. Tuesday, August 7: ORLANDO (Kissimmee), FLORIDA: Large Rental Return Auction. HIGHLIGHTS: Construction Equipment, Forklifts, Aerial Lifts, Attachments, Support, Trucks, Trailers, Tagalongs and more. 9. Friday, August 10: QUERETARO, MEXICO: Late Model Cat, Case, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks and Trailers, Support, Attachments. 10. Saturday, August 11: COLUMBIANA, OHIO: Major Job Completion. Late Model Construction, Recycling Equipment, Trucks, Walking Floor & Equipment Trailers and Support. 11. Wednesday, August 15: SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA: Complete Liquidation. Early Retirement Auction. HIGHLIGHTS: Shred System Complete, Rolloff Trucks, Truck Tractors, 40+ Rolloff Containers, Forklifts, Rubber Tired Loaders, Skid Steers, Vertical Balers, Shears, (2)11,000 gallon tanks, (2)4,000 gallon tanks, Austin Western Crane, P&H Crane, Rolloff Trailer, High Flat Trailer, Pickups. 12. Thursday, August 16: JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK: Job Completion Auction. HIGHLIGHTS: (2)2008 Mack(tri., Frack Sand Body, 31,000mi., Like New), Cat IT28F, Tractor Loader Backhoe, Skid Steers, Telescopic Forklifts, Boom & Scissor Lifts, Midi Hydraulic Excavators, Shop & Support, Pickups & Service Trucks. 13. Saturday, August 18: CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE: One of the most exciting auctions of all time. Complete Liquidation Retirement Auction. Unbelievable Mack Collectible Trucks, Support Parts, Signs, Antique Farm Tractors, Normal Personal Construction Equipment, Trucks PLUS Real Estate. Part of New England History, an Icon- DW Ford (David Ford). "The finest items ever to be sold at auction."

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Friday, August 24: GARY, INDIANA: Complete Liquidation Retirement Auction. A Special Auction. Concrete, Construction Equipment, Support, Trucks and Trailers. HIGHLIGHTS: Fundex F12 Piling Rig, H&M H-1700 and H-150 Vibratory Drivers, Hydraulic Excavators, Skidsteer Loaders, Telehandlers, Grout Mixing Plants, Trailers, Welders, Generators, Storage Containers, Shop and Support Equipment. Friday, September 7: MONTREAL, CANADA: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Like New Boom Lifts, Telescopics, Transportation- Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Equipment Trailers, Pickups, Attachments, Support Equipment.

Thursday, September 13: SIOUX CITY, IOWA: Retirement Auction. Late Model Construction Equipment, Hydraulic Excavators, Rubber Tired Loaders, Crawler Tractors, Skid Steers, Tractor Loader Backhoes, Aerial Lifts, Compaction Equipment, Straight Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers, Dump Trucks, Pickups, Service Trucks, Trench Boxes, Attachments, Complete Line of Support and Shop Equipment.

Saturday, September 15: DETROIT MICHIGAN: Late Model Aggregate, Construction Equipment, Aerials, Trucks, Trailers, Support Equipment.

Thursday, September 20: PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA: Late Model Cat, Komatsu, John Deere Construction Equipment, Aerials, Telescopics, Skid Steers, Attachments, Trailers & Trucks. Saturday, September 22: ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Attachments, Forklifts, All Types of Trucks & Trailers, Support & much more. Saturday, September 29: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment, Telescopics, 50 Booms, 100 Scissors, All Types Late Model Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Attachments & Support Equipment.

DTBA: LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK: Rentals, Rentals. Cat, Komatsu, Earthmoving Equipment, Skid Steers, Aerial Lifts, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Large Quantity Support. DTBA: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS: 2 Auctions in 1 Day. Retirement Auction & Bankruptcy Auction. HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: Tow Trucks & Towing Equipment, Asphalt Equipment, All Types of Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks. DTBA: CLEVELAND, OHIO: Construction, Aggregate, Recycling Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Large Quantity Support and Attachments.

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New Jersey…

Pulaski Skyway Reaches Key Milestone; Bridge Reopens New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials announced that the northbound lanes on the Pulaski Skyway was reopened July 2 returning two-way traffic to the iconic bridge. “Rehabilitating an 85-year-old structure that is 3.5 miles long is a massive undertaking, and the completion of the redecking portion of this project marks a major milestone, but there is still more work to do,” said Diane GutierrezScaccetti, NJDOT commissioner. “Greater deterioration of steel required more extensive repairs than expected, and combined with some of the worst winter weather in New Jersey history, this portion of the 11-contract project took longer than originally anticipated. We appreciate the public’s patience while these necessary repairs were made and traffic was rerouted. The good news is the innovative materials and methods used to rehabilitate the Skyway mean this deck will last for decades to come.” Northbound Traffic Pattern, Route 139 Lower Level Configuration Vehicles heading to Tonnele Circle, Route 1&9 North and the Lincoln Tunnel must stay to the right to exit. Motorists heading to Route 139 and the Holland Tunnel must use the left lane. In addition, the Newark, Kearny and Broadway ramps will remain closed for rehabilitation in future contracts. With the reopening of the northbound lanes on the Skyway, Route 139 lower level will resume the variable lane configuration Mondays through Fridays (except Holidays) with two lanes inbound (eastbound) and one lane outbound (westbound) in the morning and

two lanes outbound (westbound) and one lane inbound (eastbound) in the afternoon and evening. Sunday afternoons and evenings also will have two inbound lanes going towards the Tunnel, with one lane outbound. Completing Contracts 3 & 4 Required an Enormous Effort The northbound lanes of the Pulaski Skyway were closed on April 12, 2014 as part of the $1 billion rehabilitation project. The rehabilitation of the bridge deck was carried out in two contracts — contract 3, which covered approximately 2.7 mi. of the northbound lanes and contract 4, which covered the entire 3.5 mi. of the southbound lanes, as well as 0.8 mi. of the northbound lanes on the eastern (Jersey City) side of the Skyway. NJDOT successfully worked with local officials, other transportation agencies, emergency responders, employers and others to devise strategies to minimize congestion and other negative impacts during the closure of the northbound lanes. Enhancements to existing transit services by our partner agencies, improvements to the Route 1&9 truck corridor, and the use of the shoulder on the NJ Turnpike Extension during peak traffic times were key to keeping traffic flowing during the deck reconstruction. There were several challenges on these deck replacement contracts, including the greater deterioration of steel that was found when the deck was removed, and extremely harsh weather conditions. Another challenge was the Skyway has 118 spans but only the two river spans are the same. That means the framing plans were

unique on each and every span, and very few of the 3,500 deck panels were identical. This made the field verification process more important and due to the 3.5-mi. length of the Skyway, much more time consuming. To get a sense of the enormity of the work just completed, the redecking contracts included the replacement of 44 floor beams; removal and installation of tens of thousands of stringers (steel beams) and 3,500 deck panels; and the replacement of more than 15 million lbs. of structural steel. In addition to the new steel beams, new deck panels and riding surface, contracts 3 and 4 included improvements to the drainage system and lighting system. Twelve new overhead sign boards were added and 284 new LED lights were installed. Guiderail was upgraded to modern safety standards and the balustrade and lighting were designed to replicate the historic look of the Skyway. Innovative Technologies Part of Massive Work Many innovative and sustainable technologies were used on the Pulaski Skyway that will extend the service life of the structure for decades to come. These state-ofthe-art materials include: • More than 3,500 precast deck panels that are less prone to cracking and deterioration; • stainless steel rebar with proven corrosion resistance provides longer service life than standard rebar; • exodermic deck panels used near the Broadway ramp reduce weight while maintaining strength; • ultra-High-Performance Concrete (UHPC) is a strong material that was used to connect panels

allowing the size of the joints to be minimized; and • high-performance Polyester Polymer Concrete (PPC) overlay was placed on top of the deck to provide a smooth, long lasting finish that also will provide additional protection from corrosive agents. Milestone Reached, More Work to Do Completing these two contracts and restoring two-way traffic to the Skyway is an important milestone, however there is still a great deal of work to do. Fortunately, the remaining work will have far less impact on traffic, but there still will be the need for occasional temporary closures as future contracts advance. The project is being advanced through 11 separate construction contracts and is expected to be completed in 2024. Three contracts are now complete, three are under construction, one is expected to be awarded this summer, and four more are in final design. Contract 1, which removed the concrete encasement around steel beams on the eastern end of the Skyway, and contracts 3 and 4, which replaced the deck are now complete. Contract 2, the rehabilitation of Route 139 upper and lower levels, which included the reconstruction of five bridges over the lower roadway, is nearing completion. Contract 5 will replace the Kearny ramp and is under construction, as is contract 7, which replaces the Newark ramp, makes repairs to steel and substructure on either end of the Skyway, and resurfaces a portion of Route 1&9 in Newark. The other contracts will make repairs to the piers and structural steel of all truss members, replace the rocker bents, which are pieces

of the superstructure that provide the flexibility for the bridge, and repaint the structure. Pulaski by the Numbers: • Two rivers crossed (Hackensack and Passaic) • 3.5 mi. long • 12 new sign structures • 44 floor beams replaced • 85 years old • 118 spans • 284 new LED lights • 3,500 deck panels • 15,350 linear ft. of metal median barrier • 38,572 linear ft. of drainage pipe • 74,000 vehicles use the Skyway each day in both directions • 367,600 linear ft. of electrical wire • 425,000 shear studs installed • 15 million lbs. of structural steel repair Community Outreach NJDOT created a project-specific website — pulaskiskyway.com — which contains a wealth of information about the Skyway and the project, and will be updated with relevant new information as work progresses. The Department is carefully coordinating the Pulaski Skyway project with other regional transportation infrastructure projects to minimize traffic congestion. The Department has a project hotline telephone number, 973/776-7400, and email, Pulaski.Skyway@dot.nj.gov. Anyone who has questions, concerns, or suggestions is encouraged to contact the Project Outreach Team as work progresses. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Wolf Says $180M Will Fill Potholes, Fix Other Winter Effects HARRISBURG (AP) Drivers across the state will be getting some relief from pockmarked roadways in the form of $180 million to fill in potholes and perform other work after the ravages of a tough winter. Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf announced $22 million for pothole and pavement repairs, enough to buy nearly 30,000 tons of paving material.

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) burned through nearly 23,000 tons of asphalt to repair potholes through the end of April. It used about 15,000 tons over the same period last year and in 2016. The state also plans to spend $7 million on interstate maintenance work; $30 million for interstate upgrades; $60 million for resurfacing; and $62 million in interstate preserva-

tion. PennDOT said the public can report potholes and other maintenance problems online or by calling 1-800FIXROAD. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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BusinessCalendar To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. AWC – Association of Women Contractors July Newcomer Luncheon Date: JULY 20, 2018 Time: 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM Venue: Burger Moe’s 242 W. 7th Street St. Paul, MN 55102 Are you interested in membership with the Association of Women Contractors? Join us at the AWC newcomer luncheon. This FREE event will give you the opportunity to learn more about the benefits of AWC membership, meet AWC staff, board members and each other. This lunch is intended for new and prospective AWC members only. For more information contact AWC at 1337 St. Claire Avenue, Suite 4, St. Paul, MN 55105. Phone: 651/489-2221; grace@awcmn.org. AWC – Association of Women Contractors MAICC ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT DATE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 2018 TIME: 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM PLACE: Dacotah Ridge Golf Club 31042 County Rd 2 Morton, Minnesota Join us for the MAICC 26th Annual Golf Tournament. This year we will be hosting the event at Dacotah Ridge Golf Club in Morton, MN, proudly owned by the Lower Sioux Indian Community. Shotgun is at 11:00 AM on August 1, 2018. We appreciate your participation, sponsorship and contributions to our goodie bags! All are invited to attend and enjoy the day of networking with friends and colleagues. For more information on this event, contact AWC, 1337 St. Claire Avenue, Ste. 4, St. Paul, MN 55105. Phone: 651/489-2221. Email: grace@awcmn.org. AWC – Association of Women Contractors Summer Networking Event at Surly Brewery Date: August 15, 2018 Time: 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM Venue: Surly Brewery 520 Malcolm Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55414 Take a break from the construction high season and spend a few hours with industry folks. Our summer networking event is a casual fun evening with friends and new friends. We have a great evening planned with great food, Surly beer and yard games for those with a competitive spirit. Open to members and non-members. Come see our fabulous energy first-hand! For more information contact AWC at 1337 St. Claire Avenue, Suite 4, St. Paul, MN 55105. Phone: 651/489-2221; grace@awcmn.org.

Western States CAT Community Open House DATE: FRIDAY, JULY 13, 2018 TIME: 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM Location: Western States CAT 8403 S. 5th Avenue Pocatello, ID 83204 Description: You are invited to join us for a family-friendly event at our new Western States CAT store in Pocatello, ID. Take a self-guided tour of the facility and let the kids get up close to some heavy equipment. The ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 6:00 PM. Located right off I-15, Exit 63. For more information, Event Website: https://www.westernstatescat.com/community-open-house/. POWER-GEN Start Date: End Date: Location:

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ity has been dedicated to shop space and material handlers.” “We have also brought in experimembers are leading Monroe Tractor. with the remaining 4,000 sq. ft. devotMonroe Tractor has grown to 13 ed to a showroom, an office facility, a enced industry professionals from outlocations, 10 across New York state parts counter and parts warehousing. side our organization,” added Wilkas, and 3 in New England. Four of Worcester offers a centralized location “including Craig Robbins, who has 12 Monroe’s NY branches provide equip- for servicing the entire state of years of experience specializing in compact equipment and who ment, parts and service to will be managing our both the agriculture and Connecticut store, and anothconstruction markets. er key hire is Steve Macridis, Adams Center (agricula 30-year industry veteran ture), Albany (agriculture who is now the company’s and construction), Auburn sales director of New (agriculture), Batavia (agriEngland operations.” culture), Binghamton (agri“It is so exciting to be a culture and construction), part of bringing back the Buffalo (construction), Case name and the great Campbell (agriculture and value that comes with it to construction), Canandaigua New England contractors,” (agriculture), Rochester (construction and The fleet of Case construction equipment service said Macridis. “Case is manCorporate), and Syracuse trucks is being updated and added to ensure reliable ufacturing a superior product and Monroe Tractor’s 67 (construction). New England onsite service from factory-trained technicians. years of experience in supbranches are located in Hartford, Conn., Worcester, Mass. and Massachusetts. The Hartford, Conn., porting that product is going to be a location is now open and will serve the game changer here in New England. Woburn, Mass. needs of Connecticut, Rhode Island, There is a clear commitment to invenand potentially portions of western tory for both retail sales and rentals and Taking on New England an even larger commitment to building Massachusetts. Full Throttle long-term customer relationships.” “We have had three primary objec“We’re there to take care of the cusInvesting in Service tives,” said Chuck Miller, general man“We are actively adding technicians tomer” said Wilkas, “and we try to ager of Monroe Tractor’s New England operations. “First was to find and relo- to our staff and recertifying the techni- make sure that our customers are comcate to a facility in the Worcester, cians that have been with us for many fortable in every facet of doing busiMass., area to use as our base of opera- years,” said Miller. He continues to say ness with us. How we build relationtions. Second was to put ourselves in a “Monroe Tractor has made a substan- ships and maintain them now isn’t position to give our customers the sup- tial investment in expanding our fleet much different from how relationships port and service they deserve. And third of service trucks. Being able to execute were built when the business began was to build an inventory of equipment service in the field promptly and effec- 1951, and that’s through having good who genuinely care about the that reflects the huge demands of the tively over a broad geographic area is people customer.” Wilkas added, “the lines of booming construction equipment mar- critical to our success. We have also communication are always open at made a substantial investment in parts Monroe Tractor, and as we grow our ket in New England.” “It’s also about our people and how inventory. Having completed a review New England customer base our promthey support the customer,” said of the Case machines that are currently ise to take care of the customer remains Wilkas, “that is how we differentiate in the marketplace we are confident our number one dedication.” ourselves from the competition. It’s that we have the parts in stock that will Like New England, Monroe Tractor about selling us as a company and not keep those machines up and running.” has a long trailblazing history, too. just the equipment that we have.” Miller added that according to market With Felosky at the helm, a good oldConnecticut, fashioned and time-tested customerWilkas ensures their employees are information, equipped with the necessary resources Massachusetts and Rhode Island offer first attitude and an experienced team from tools, training equipment, and a large sales opportunity for Monroe all pulling in the same (and successful) knowledge perspectives to guarantee Tractor. direction, New England contractors, if “In order to capitalize on that oppor- they don’t know already, will discover they have what it takes to deliver on the company’s brand promise that it proud- tunity, we have to have plenty of the what its neighboring state of New York ly stands behind, “We’re there to keep right inventory in stock for our cus- has known for more than half a centutomers to purchase or rent, depending ry: Monroe Tractor is a serious dealer you doing your job.” Monroe Tractor’s facility at 47 on their needs,” he said. “As a result, that sees its success tightly tied to its Southwest Cutoff (Route 20) in we have made a commitment to the customers’ success. Worcester, Mass., has been completely largest inventory of Case equipment (This story also can be found on remodeled to provide customers with available to New England contractors, Construction Equipment Guide’s excellent service. Approximately including excavators, dozers, back- website at www.constructionequip12,000 sq. ft. of the 16,000-sq.-ft. facil- hoes, loaders, compaction equipment mentguide.com.) CEG

The Camel Maxxx features a front-mounted hose reel that extends 18 in. (45.7 cm) and is capable of 270 degree rotation including when fully retracted, lockable in any position.

Camel Maxxx 1200 Offers 1,500 Gal. Water Capacity Super Products’ Camel Maxxx 1200 is the latest in the company’s line of sewer and catch basin cleaners that offers maximum performance, maximum reliability and maximum profitability. Offering 1,500 gal. water and 12 yd. debris capacity, the Camel Maxxx 1200 features a large 7-in. display at the front control panel. A number of functions including vacuum and engine speed; water flow and pressure; emergency stop switch; LED panel lights; and panel controls can be operated. The Camel Maxxx utilizes a heavy-duty transfer case with a hot shift blower control at front operator’s station, eliminating trips back inside the cab to turn the vacuum pump on and off. An extreme transfer case and hydraulic cooling system allows working continuously without the fear of overheating. The Camel Maxxx features a front-mounted hose reel that extends 18 in. (45.7 cm) and is capable of 270 degree rotation including when fully retracted, lockable in any position The boom on the Camel Maxxx is capable of 217 degree hydraulic worm gear rotation and vertical lift up to 21 ft. (6.4 m) with reach up to 26 ft. (7.9 m). The boom can lift 1,000 lbs. (453.6 kg). The boom on the Camel Maxxx also is capable of 4 ft. (1.2 m) downward pivot to enable deeper reach. The downward pivot also makes for quicker, easier hose change outs. Camel Maxxx comes with new wired and wireless remote control pendants, capable of operating 22 functions, with built-in backlit LCD information screen. Available on Camel Maxxx is Super Products’ wastewater recycling system. With this system, fill it once and work all day. For more information, visit www.superproductsllc.com.

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Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique Continues Core Shift

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Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) is refining its focus with a core shift to power, the defining characteristic of the core product categories in its product portfolio: air (compressors and hand held tools), power (generators and light towers) and flow (pumps). As part of this evolution, CP has officially transitioned its hydraulic attachments to Epiroc — a productivity partner for the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries. This transition adds 14 RX breakers, six RC compactors and 18 CG grapples to the Epiroc lineup. CP — which changed its name from Construction Equipment to Power Technique, in January — serves multiple segments, including construction, industrial, drilling, oil and gas and petrochemicals. “By moving hydraulic attachments to Epiroc, CP can now focus on the core part

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of our business: power,” said Jonathan Cook, vice president at CP. “Construction has always been the lifeblood of our company and CP will remain fully committed to it. But we are looking forward to having a bigger footprint in additional industries.” CP has expanded its core portfolio of air, power and flow products. Its lineup includes portable compressors, generators, light towers and pumps along with dedicated construction products including handheld pneumatic, electric and hydraulic tools. The manufacturer has introduced five new light towers, three vacuum prime centrifugal pumps and a small range of five dewatering pumps to the North American market this year. For more information, visit www.cp.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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instinctive reaction that lets you evaluate your next move,” said Andrew Woodman, senior design manager of LEGO Group. “Should you stay where you are, or is it safe to move? It’s usually an easy assessment. With autonomous vehicles, you don’t have that interaction because you can’t see all the sensors that allow them to navigate around both stationary and moving objects. It’s not intuitive for us to decode what the vehicle’s next move is, where it’s going, or if it has seen us. While the Volvo Concept Wheel Loader ZEUX will not be driving on roads, it would be interacting with workers at a construction site. So, we set out to create features and functions that make the interaction between humans and machines as safe and intuitive as possible.” One of the core LEGO Technic design values is the “AFC promise,” which stands for “Authenticity, Functionality and Challenging build-

ing.” Models have to look as close to their real-life counterparts as possible, be fun to play with, and inspire builders to try new building techniques. So how does a futuristic model fit into especially the authenticity part of the promise? Workshops in Billund, Denmark, video meetings, and exchanges of concept sketches and sketch models allowed room to test wild ideas throughout the development process. As a result, you can see a lot of very interesting features like an extendable counterweight, raising and lowering chassis, 4-wheel steering and many other great ideas that fits all design values. Andrew Woodman said, “Volvo CE and the LEGO Group share the same values when it comes to our requirements for quality and usability, while at the same time pushing the boundaries of creativity and functionality. It has been very motivating helping Volvo CE to develop what could be the future of construction machines.”

Facts About the 42081 Volvo Concept Wheel Loader ZEUX • Futuristic LEGO Technic concept model developed in collaboration with Volvo CE • New, inventive Eye function to illustrate intuitive interactions between humans and the machine • Working boom and bucket • Moving counterweight by raising and lowering chassis • Comes with a mapping drone • Articulated four-wheel steering • Building instructions for an alternative model, a Volvo Concept Hauler PEGAX, will be available online • 1,167 elements • Facilitates co-play: the main and alternative models are both designed for construction site play so the two can work together. For more information, visit www.volvoce.com/zeux. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Landmark Construction Automates Progress Tracking Identified Technologies, a managed commercial drone solution, announced its partnership with Landmark Construction, one of South Carolina’s top civil site work construction companies. Landmark picked Identified Technologies drone mapping solution to automate the tracking of its earthmoving progress. Landmark chose Identified over other solutions because of its next level analytics package and ancillary services such as Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 107 training, licensing, support and all hardware maintenance. Landmark picked Identified Technologies drone mapping solution to automate the tracking of According to Mike progress. Marshall, survey superintendent at Landmark, “Once we started our progress with a single glance, and we the table. Overall the product is a win/win using the software, we were impressed by can easily capture and validate data when for us.” Dick Zhang, CEO of Identified how it helped us improve internal communi- there is a change in site conditions. Then we cation, streamline bidding and fine-tune can go back to the site owner and get paid for Technologies, said, “We are proud to support resource management. Now, we can manage it, and we are no longer leaving money on Landmark Construction’s work with our

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EDWARD EHRBAR ..................................................8,9

MILTON CAT ..............................................................18

ADVANCE TIRE ..........................................................84

EIFFEL TRADING ......................................................36

MUNICIBID.COM ......................................................130

AIM ATTACHMENTS ..................................................40

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ......................................46,49

NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ......................................45

ALEX LYON & SON INC

EQUIFY AUCTIONS LLC..........................................125

NORRIS SALES CO INC..............................................6

PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ............................123

EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ........................25

NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS ........................50

ROCKINGHAM VT 7/21 &

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NORTHEAST SWEEPERS & RENTALS INC ............60

GEORGETOWN MA 7/28 ..............................129

FIVE STAR EQUIPMENT INC ....................................30

NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ................93

KISSIMMEE FL 8/7 &

FLUID CONTROL SERVICES....................................20

OPDYKE INC ..............................................................41

JAMESTOWN NY 8/16 ..................................131

FOLEY INC ..................................................................2

PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ....................................110

CONCORD NH 8/18 ......................................133

FRALEY CONSTRUCTION MARKETING ................46

PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT ........................................8,9

ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC......................23

GEORGE & SWEDE SALES & SERVICE ................34

PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ............................5

ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP................................7

GOMACO CORP ........................................................60

POWERCO INC ..........................................................33

AMERICAN EQUIPMENT LLC ..................................44

H O PENN MACHINERY CO INC ..............................15

ASPHALT CARE EQUIPMENT INC ..........................60

HARTER EQUIPMENT INC........................................19

ATI CORPORATION ..................................................46

HESS AUCTIONEERS LLC

BAGELA USA..............................................................54

MARIETTA PA 08/17 ......................................132

BARGAINS ................................................................119

HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ................71

BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ..................................29

HITACHI EXCAVATOR ..........................................86,87

BAYSTATE BLASTING INC ........................................37

HRT/GEOMETRY GLOBAL INC ................................84

BELL TRUCKS AMERICA INC ................................109

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BLANCHARD MACHINERY INC ................................41

ONLINE 7/12-7/19 ..........................................127

BOBCAT COMPANY ..................................................99

MORGANTOWN WV 08/01 ..........................130

BOMAG AMERICAS INC............................................59

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..........82,83

BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT C ..............36

J D EQUIPMENT ........................................................40

BRENCO EQUIPMENT SUPPLY ..............................16

JCB INC ............................................................104,105

CALDER BROTHERS CORPORATION ....................58

JESCO ..........................................................................3

CEG SCALE MODELS ..............................................51

JFW EQUIPMENT INC ..............................................54

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JOHN DEERE ............................................................75

CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO ......26,27

JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ....................................117

COMMONWEALTH EQUIPMENT ..............................47

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ......................................85

COMPANY WRENCH ................................................12

KOMATSU NORTHEAST ..........................................8,9

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ..........................21

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KUBOTA EXCAVATOR ..............................................111

TRENCH SHORING SERVICES................................43

CONTINENTAL ENGINES ........................................118

KUBOTA SVL ............................................................107

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DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT ..............18

LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC ......................113

VOLVO COMPACTION ..............................................66

DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC ................................44

LEEBOY ......................................................................63

VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA ........68,69

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WACKER NEUSON ..............................................90,91

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LINK-BELT EXCAVATORS ....................................96,97

WEACO ......................................................................12

DELAWARE VALLEY CONCRETE CO INC ..............43

MACHINERY SERVICES INC ....................................20

WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ..............................20

DITCH WITCH EQUIPMENT CO ............................108

MESSICK’S ................................................................43

WIRTGEN AMERICA ............................................64,65

DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS ..............................49

METSO MINERALS SCREENING ........................94,95

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HISTORY

Established in 1940, Active is a family owned company, and this is one of our greatest strengths. We take pride in establishing and maintaining a team oriented work environment. Everyone from manufacturing, to warehousing, shipping, engineering, customer service, sales, and administration is committed to go the extra mile for our customers. Active services radiators for cars, trucks, lift trucks, ships, trains, gen sets, and a wide variety of off-road equipment. In 1987, Active began manufacturing copper & brass cores and complete truck radiators. In 1998, Active began manufacturing aluminum cores and complete units. Distribution followed, and Active is still committed to continually adding products and services to support the radiator shop industry. We have our origins in the birthplace of American Democracy...Philadelphia, PA

PRODUCTS

Active develops solutions for specialized industries such as: • Agricultural equipment • Lift trucks • Mass transit • Construction equipment • Loaders • GenSets • Industrial equipment • Off highway • OTR Class 5-8 Active has developed and manufactured cooling packages for several dealer groups. In certain applications such as landfills and incinerators, the design of the O.E. cooling package would cause the fins to clog. Active redesigned the entire cooling package to incorporate a fin design which allows more debris to pass through the core and reduce fin clogging.

Solving Heat Transfer Challenges Since 1953


CURRENT GROUPS SERVICED

Vipar is comprised of independent truck parts distributors with over 500 locations throughout the United States and Canada. Active Heavy Duty Cooling Products is the exclusive heavy duty radiator, charge air cooler, and cooling components supplier to Vipar since 2007.

Wheeltime is comprised of Detroit Diesel Engine Dealers with nearly 200 locations throughout the United States and Canada. Active Heavy Duty Cooling Products is the exclusive heavy duty radiator, charge air cooler, and cooling components supplier to Wheeltime since 2011.

EDPA is comprised of twenty-three heavy equipment member dealers with over 350 locations in North America, Canada, Mexico, Russia, and British Columbia. Active Heavy Duty Cooling Products is the exclusive heavy duty radiator, charge air, oil cooler, and cooling components supplier to EDPA since 2016.

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The International Heat Transfer Association has provided focus for the business of thermal management for transportation and industry by providing commercial and technical forums that lead business development and product innovation. Founded in 1954 in the USA as the National Automotive Radiator Service Association, NARSA continues today as global trade association dedicated to education and communication. NARSA members repair, maintain, design, build and distribute heat exchangers such as radiators, oil coolers, charge air coolers and condensers.


CAPABILITIES • Reverse Engineering: • In house mechanical design engineers analyze O.E. units and design replacement units which incorporate product improvements • Obsolete or Discontinued products can be reverse engineered using a sample unit • In House Heat Transfer Design • Fully Equipped machine shop including lathes, bridgeports, Mazak CNC Lathe, and 3 Haas machining centers which allow us to build our own tooling, dies and any part needed for production

• Fully Equipped stamping shop including 400 ton press which allows us to stamp any part needed for production runs • Fully Equipped Fabrication shop including 2 laser cutting machines, 2 CNC punch machines, 2 CNC press brakes which allows us to fabricate individual parts needed for custom orders or volume runs of parts needed for production • Active operates 3 Cab Brazing Furnaces which we use to manufacture all of our aluminum products

Solving Heat Transfer Challenges Since 1953


COATINGS Active offers a unique and proprietary coating process. This process can be applied to any radiator, charge air cooler, oil cooler, and heating, ventilation, air conditioning coils, components, and cabinets. •R  educes maintenance and operating cost • Extends service life • Resists corrosion, ultraviolet rays, and moisture • Durable, meets in excess of 5,000 hours salt spray resistance

RECOMMENDED APPLICATIONS:

Trucks and Buses exposed to road salt

Marine Applications

Agricultural equipment exposed to fertilizer

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Gen sets used near salt water

Roof-mounted gen sets exposed to acid rain


CLASS 5-8 PRODUCTS RADIATORS

CHARGE AIR COOLERS

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CONDENSERS


RADIATORS WITH MOUNTING FRAMES Many truck radiators are mounted into a steel frame that in turn mounts to the frame of the truck. When you purchase a new radiator, it is necessary to remove the frame from the old radiator and then install that frame on the new radiator. This process can take a good mechanic one hour to one and a half hours additional labor. In addition, the original frame flexes along with the truck itself and over time becomes twisted. Re-installing a twisted frame on a new radiator puts stress on the new radiator and absolutely contributes to premature failure of the new radiator. Active offers radiators complete with mounting frames pre-installed for many popular truck applications which will save labor and extend the life of your new radiator.

Radiator with Mounting Frame Included

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Radiator without Mounting Frame


TRANSIT BUS PRODUCTS BOLT-ON RADIATORS

ALL ALUMINUM RADIATORS

CHARGE AIR COOLERS

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REFUSE PRODUCTS BOLT-ON RADIATORS

ALL ALUMINUM RADIATORS

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CHARGE AIR COOLERS


OFF-ROAD PRODUCTS RADIATORS

OIL COOLERS

RADIATOR / OIL COOLER UNITS

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Copper/Brass Cores Active manufactures a variety of core styles. One of our more popular is our “Inline Canted” core style. Applications that are subject to a lot of debris are candidates for what many refer to as a “cotton core” or “feed lot core” with inline tubes and non-louvered fins. Traditional inline cores with non louvered fins allow debris to pass through the core more freely than the OE core. However the heat transfer is compromised because the air passes through the core without pulling much heat from the tubes. Active’s “Inline Canted” core allows debris to pass through the core more freely than the OE core, and maximizes heat transfer by placing the tubes at just enough of an angle to allow the air to contact the entire face of each tube and remove heat from each tube.

Standard Inline Core

Inline Canted Core

Air passes through freely to avoid clogging. Second, third, fourth rows of tubes are less efficient due to poor air-to-tube contact

Air passes through freely to avoid clogging. Second, third, fourth rows of tubes are more efficient due to excellent air-to-tube contact

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ALUMINUM CORES Many off road aluminum radiators, charge air coolers, and oil coolers are subject to high debris environments. Applications like this may cause the air fins to get clogged and the engine to run hot. Active’s aluminum wave fin is a viable alternative.

• Non-Louvered Fins • 6-8-10 fins per inch • Air passes through freely to avoid clogging • Increased tube-to-fin contact maximizes heat transfer

Solving Heat Transfer Challenges Since 1953


ALUMINUM INDUSTRIAL

RADIATOR CORES AND COMPLETE UNITS Since 2004, most off road equipment has left the factory with an aluminum radiator. Most of these radiators were constructed with thin wall welded tubes.

ACTIVE extruded tube

Active uses heavy wall extruded tubes in all off road and industrial radiators for longer service life. Our premium aluminum radiator core is available in both flange header and bar header style. Radiators designed and manufactured in-house

Flange Header

Bar Header Flange Header and Bar Header Cores available • 6 to 12 fins per inch • 1.5” to 6.5” core depth Most cores shipped within 48 hours

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ALUMINUM INDUSTRIAL CHARGE AIR COOLER CORES AND COMPLETE UNITS

ACTIVE extruded tube

Active uses heavy wall extruded tubes in all off road and industrial charge air coolers for longer service life. Our premium aluminum charge air cooler cores are available in both flange header and bar header style.

Flange Header

Bar Header

Charge air coolers designed and manufactured in-house

Flange Header and Bar Header Cores available • 6 to 12 fins per inch • 1.5” to 6.5” core depth Most cores shipped within 48 hours

Solving Heat Transfer Challenges Since 1953


ALUMINUM OIL COOLERS Active can manufacture new high pressure aluminum replacement coolers for any O.E. steel or aluminum oil cooler. ALL MAKES, ALL MODELS, ALL YEARS.

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STAMPED BRASS TANKS Over the years Active has manufactured over 200 complete copper/brass radiators for trucks, lift trucks, and off-road equipment. For your convenience, Active offers die stamped brass tanks separately. Active’s die stamped tanks offer: • Ribs for extra strength • Drop seam finish • Flanged connection openings • Heavy gauge brass tanks Active designs and machines all dies in-house. If you have a need for die stamped brass tanks for small quantities Active can quote for tooling, stamping and finishing.

* Hose Connections * Threaded Fittings * Mounting Studs * Filler Necks also available

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ALUMINUM TANKS Fabricated

Active manufactures aluminum tanks for radiators, charge air coolers, and oil coolers

Fabricated tanks are suitable for replacing both O.E. plastic tanks and O.E. aluminum tanks. Featuring: • 3D design for precision fit • 3/16” material • Expert tig welding

Extruded

Extruded tanks are suitable for high pressure oil coolers and bar header style radiators and charge air coolers. Featuring: • 3D design for precision fit • Extruded 1/4” material built to withstand 500psi

Active can fabricate aluminum tanks per your requirements / single or multiple quantities * Hose Connections * Threaded Fittings * Mounting Studs * Filler Necks also available

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STEEL TANKS AND SIDE FRAMES Active fabricates steel tanks for any application. Our tanks and side frames are the best in the industry. Every tank is manufactured to exact tolerances. The process begins with one of our engineers preparing a 3D model in Solidworks software. That file is then sent to our fabrication department and a flat pattern is precisely cut in one of laser cutting machines. The blank is then precisely bent in one of our CNC press brakes. Next, the part is welded, ground and tested. Most custom built tanks can be built in 1-3 days.

STOCK PARTS:

Active manufactures bolt style radiators for trucks, buses, and gen sets. As a result we have tanks, frames, and bolt bars in stock for most popular applications. Your customer my need more fins per inch, fewer fins per inch, flat fin style core, dimpled tubes, more rows for additional cooling. Active offers kits for the popular Peterbilt, Kenworth, and Freightliner radiators so you can order a core from your local supplier and build your own complete. Solving Heat Transfer Challenges Since 1953


PLASTIC TANKS & GASKETS Active stocks plastic tanks and gaskets for most popular trucks

IN-TANK OIL COOLERS Active stocks internal tank oil coolers. Most sizes, thread, and plate count varieties available.

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upgraded heavy duty

CAST TANK RADIATORS Since 2010 many bus and industrial radiators come factory equipped with 5” to 6” wide plastic tanks. Thermal Cycling causes stress on the plastic tank. The wider the tank, the sooner it is likely to fail.

Active has designed heavy wall cast tanks for many applications. Cast tanks provide a much greater service life than plastic tanks. Active’s cast tanks welded onto our premium extruded tube core insure the most durable radiator in the industry. Solving Heat Transfer Challenges Since 1953


GENERATOR RADIATORS Active manufactures radiators for all types of generators. Traditionally most gen set radiators go to an industrial radiator shop when they need service or new cores. Lately, we encounter many situations where the customer does not want to incur the down-time of getting the radiator recored. The expense of renting a back-up generator or renting a crane for removal and installation complicates matters and recoring may not be an option. Active can manufacture complete new drop-in radiators for gen sets that can eliminate the down-time and extra expenses incurred by recoring. Active can send one of our techs to the location of the radiator and prepare a sketch / drawing so that we can manufacture a drop in replacement.

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fabrication and

MACHINING SERVICES Active has a full service fabrication and machine shop. In addition to radiator parts, we can design, fabricate, or machine a wide variety of parts for just about anything. If your customer needs a metal part that is obsolete or back ordered, we may be able to help you. If your customer has a metal part that fails prematurely, Active can likely design and produce a more durable part.

Solving Heat Transfer Challenges Since 1953


REPAIRING / RECORING / WELDING SERVICES ALUMINUM / COPPER / STEEL

Active operates a full service center at most of our locations. Active can clean, repair, recore, redesign, and weld all types of radiators, charge air coolers, and oil coolers in a professional and timely manner.

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Fuel Tanks and Hydraulic Tanks Active cleans and repairs steel and aluminum diesel fuel tanks and hydraulic tanks. • remove sludge, varnish, debris from inside of tank • repair damaged tanks • replace worn area under straps with new straps • leaking pick-up tubes repaired • rust removed from inside of tanks • rust preventative coating applied to inside of tank

Solving Heat Transfer Challenges Since 1953


dpf filters service â&#x20AC;˘ DPF filters cleaned pneumatically and thermally as required

New dpf filters & egr coolers

â&#x20AC;˘ Oil contaminated filters pre-baked and then cleaned pneumatically and thermally Many DPF service companies are not equipped to clean oil soaked DPF filters. Active has developed a successful process that removes the oil and then cleans out the carbon build up in order to bring the DPF back to acceptable operating conditions. BEFORE

AFTER

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Cooling Modules Active offers cooling modules for many popular truck applications

When repairing a truck with a front end collision, the challenge is to source the radiator, charge air cooler, condensers, and multiple frame parts, bushings and mounting hardware. Some parts are available aftermarket, some only from original equipment dealers. Active eliminates hours spent researching parts from multiple vendors by providing a complete cooling module that you can drop right into the truck. When a radiator fails, the charge air cooler and condenser cannot be far behind. You have to remove the charge air cooler and condenser in order to replace the radiator. Save money and downtime by replacing the entire cooling module.

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WEBSITE TOOLS Active collates for every cooling product offered: • Cross Reference Data • Product Measurement Details • Image Diagrams

New items are added daily!

MISSION STATEMENT • Active will deliver the highest Quality and Value Products and Services in the manufacture and supply of Industrial, Truck and High Performance Heat Exchangers. • Build strong relationships with Customers, Suppliers, Employees and the Community. • Develop a continuous stream of New Products. • Create a progressive and safe work environment for our associates and challenge to improve on everything that we do. • Achieve a fair profit to sustain growth.

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NATIONWIDE COVERAGE Distribution Facilities

• Active has 11 locations throughout the United States. • Active can service our customers within a 200 mile radius of each location same day or next day. Atlanta | Baltimore/DC | Charlotte | Chicago | Cincinnati | Dallas | Houston Los Angeles | Philadelphia | Phoenix | Tampa

Atlanta: 404-472-0790 Baltimore/DC: 301-937-6088 Charlotte: 215-289-9480 Chicago: 815-725-1470 Cincinnati: 859-581-7500 Dallas: 972-227-1210 Houston: 713-670-0220 Los Angeles: 562-921-0748 Philadelphia: 215-289-9480 Phoenix: 562-921-0748 Tampa: 863-606-5999

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