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The State Route (SR) 22 Clyde Project in Indiana County, Pa., began construction on June 25, 2007. The roadwork portion wrapped up at the end of November and the highway is now fully open to four-lane traffic. The project encompassed around 5 mi. (8 km) of new concrete lane-lane highway with jug handles for turn-arounds and turning lanes. Approximately 19 lane mi. (30.6 km) of roadway were constructed to provide access for local traffic. With the completion of construction, SR 22 is now four lanes throughout Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) District 10. The design also included a concrete retaining wall, truck inspection areas for the PA State Police, and other safety and drainage improvements.

Landscaping will be completed in by May 2011. New Enterprise Stone and Lime of New Enterprise, Pa., was the prime contractor of the $51.2 million project. The company’s responsibilities included excavation, concrete paving, drainage, sedimentation control, stormwater basins, grading the road bed and bridge work. In addition to New Enterprise, 24 subcontractors worked on the project including Quaker Sales Corporation of Johnstown for asphalt paving; Terratech of Virginia (Berryville, Va.), which provided temporary shoring for the bridge; Williams & Willman Line Painting of Kittanning painted all roadway lines and Strongstown’s B&K Enterprises provided and installed concrete median barrier, delineation, and permanent signing. The U Company, based in Confluence, provided seeding and ero#

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NEW YORK (AP) Steel construction has reached the halfway point for 1 World Trade Center, the building also known as the Freedom Tower. After years of stalled development, steel at the building reached the 52nd story on Thursday, more than 600 ft. (about 200 m) above ground. The tower is slated to stand at 104 stories, with an antenna reaching hundreds of feet higher, bringing it to a symbolic 1,776 ft. (541 m) — the tallest in the country. The U.S. declared independence from Britain the year 1776. The building was renamed to better attract corporate tenants, but the Freedom Tower name has stuck for many and still remains on the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation’s Web site detailing the rebuilding. On Dec. 16, a worker wearing a hard hat drove a bolt into a steel column on the 52nd floor. It takes so long for workers at the rising tower to return to the ground that a sandwich shop built out of shipping containers is being raised along with the building by a hydraulically powered platform. The skyscraper is one of several envisioned at the site, along with a Sept. 11 memorial, transit hub and performing arts center. The memorial, with reflecting pools set above the footprints of the fallen towers, is expected to open by the 10th anniversary of the 2001 attacks.

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CRAWLER LOADER 2006 CAT 953C, S/N: BBX02600, Stk #: UT10083, 3577 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, serviced every 250 hours ..............$79,000 2006 CAT 953C, S/N: BBX02603, Stk #: 96098, 1,004 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, like new machine, U/C about 90%....$CALL 2004 CAT 963C, S/N: BBD00951, Stk#: UP20124, 2173 hrs, CAB, AC, GP Bkt, P&B Turn, New Segments ..............$115,000

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2005 CAT 735, S/N: AWR00825, Stk #92704, 3738 hrs, cab, air, liners, 23.5 R 0 25 XADN Tires at about 50 % ......$269,000 2004 CAT 735, S/N: AWR00715, Stk #92703, 4035 hours, cab, AC, liners ....................................................................$249,000 2006 CAT 740, S/N: B1P01012, Stk#: UP20075, 3439 Hrs, Tourque Converter, Retarder, 29.5 XAD Tires ..............$299,000 2006 CAT 740, S/N: B1P01461, Stk#: UX30002, 3675 hrs, Liner, Steel Bed, Tailgate, CAB, AC................RENTED $299,000

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1996 WIRTGEN 2100DC, S/N 3.21.259, 327 HRS, 79” DRUM W/ HT3 TOOTH HOLDERS; MERCEDES 600 HP DIESEL ENGINE; DUAL GRADE & SLOPE CONTROLS. COMPLETE REBUILD ..................................................................PRICE REDUCED $275,000

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2009 KOBELCO CK1600 II, S/N GN03-02327, 8 HRS, 200’ BOOM, KOBELCO LMI PIPING; FREEFALL WINCHES; 3RD DRUM AUX SHEAVE; 19-TON MC KISSICK BALL HOOK; 75-TON 4 SHEAVE MC KISSICK HOOK BLOCK ................................$1,196,000

CRAWLER DOZERS

2007 ASV POSI-TRACK SR80 S/N SEB00957, 342 HRS, 20” RUBBER TRACKS; MP1 PACKAGE; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; WIPER KIT; BACK UP ALARM; 72” BUCKET ..........................$45,000

2006 KOMATSU D31PX-21A, S/N 51070, 610 HRS, 24” TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 10’6” BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ................................................................$60,000 2006 KOMATSU D31PX-21A, S/N 51021, 156 HRS, 24” TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 10’6” BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ................................................................$55,000 2005 KOMATSU D31PX-21A, S/N 50683, 654 HRS, 24" TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 10'6" BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ................................................................$55,000 2006 KOMATSU D37EX-21A S/N 5721, 586 HRS, 16" TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 9' BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ..............................................................................$57,500 2006 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1941, 815 HRS, KOMSTAT II; 20" TRACKS; 9' BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB WITH A/C....................................................................$75,000 2007 KOMATSU D61EX-15E0, S/N B45024, 702 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 24” TRACKS; 6-WAY BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB WITH HEA-DEF-A/C; NEW OEM PAINT JOB ..................................................................................................................$160,000 2005 KOMATSU D61PX-15, S/N B40114, 1,012 HRS, 34” TRACKS; 6-WAY BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB W/ HEA-DEF-A/C; 100% CERT. REBUILD AT 3,965 HRS ......$130,000 2005 KOMATSU D65PX-15, S/N 67683, 5,229 HRS, 36” AR TRACKS; POWER PITCH & TILT BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB W/ HEA-DEF-A/C; NEW CHAINS AND SPROCKETS @ 4806 HRS ........................................................................................................$135,000

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2007 ASV POSI-TRACK SR70 S/N SSB00558, 447 HRS, 15” RUBBER TRACKS; MP1 PACKAGE; ENCLOSED CAB; A/C; HEATER; HYD QUICK COUPLER; 67” BKT; FFC SNOW PUSHER W/ RUBBER EDGE ......................................................................$45,000

2009 KOBELCO CK1600-II S/N GN03-02327, 8 HRS, 200’ BOOM, KOBELCO LMI PIPING; FREEFALL WINCHES; 3RD DRUM AUX SHEAVE; 19-TON MC KISSICK BALL HOOK; 75-TON 4 SHEAVE MC KISSICK HOOK BLOCK......................................$1,196,000

2001 KOMATSU PC138US LC-3, S/N 20498, 9,541 HRS, 28” TRACKS; 9’6” ARM; A/C; WAIN-ROY COUPLER; WAIN-ROY BUCKET ......................................................$65,000 2008 KOMATSU PC138US LC-8, S/N 23696, 2,145 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 28” TRIPLE GROUSER TRACK SHOES; 8’2” ARM; 8’6” DOZER BLADE; ESCO 36” BUCKET............................................................................................................$112,500 2000 KOMATSU PC228US LC-2, S/N 15317, 10,959 HRS, 32” TRACKS; 9’6” ARM; A/C; PARTIAL ENGINE REBUILD; FRONT END REPINNED & BUSHED; NEW HYD PUMP. CYLINDERS REBUILT; NEW UC; JRB SLIDE-LOC ..................................$95,000 2003 KOMATSU PC228US LC-3, S/N 21657, 7,428 HRS, 32” TRACKS; 9’6” ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; WAIN-ROY RIGID COUPLER. WAIN-ROY 36” BUCKET ..$95,000 2007 KOMATSU PC228US LC-3E0, S/N 40209, 4,098 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 32” TRACKS; 9’6” ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; PATTERN CHANGE VALVE; NEW OEM PAINT; ESCO 36” BUCKET ..................................$125,000 1999 KOMATSU PC270 LC-6, S/N A83064, 7,562 HRS, 24" TRACKS; 10' HD ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; SERVICED & PAINTED @ 7,460 HRS ............................$60,000 2005 KOMATSU PC270 LC-7L, S/N A86254, 2,147 HRS, 32” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; HENSLEY 42" BUCKET ......................$138,800 2007 KOMATSU PC270 LC-8, S/N A87090, 2,722 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 32” TRACKS; A/C; PATTERN CHANGE VALVE; YOUNG 60’ LONG FRONT; 60” BUCKET ........................................................................................................................$225,000 2006 KOMATSU PC308US LC-3, S/N 20340, 3,413 HRS, 34” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; NEW OEM PAINT JOB @ 3,227 HRS, ESCO 30” BKT ..................................................................................................................$180,000 2006 KOMATSU PC308US LC-3, S/N 20357, 3,062 HRS, 34” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; HKX HAMMER KIT; AUTOLUBE SYSTEM FOR TRAMAC HAMMER; NEW OEM PAINT JOB @ 3,062 HRS; CHOICE OF BUCKET SIZE ....................$185,000 2001 KOMATSU PC400 LC-6, S/N A85043, 16 HRS, 36” TRACKS, ACTIVE MODE, A/C, 11’1” ARM, ESCO 60” BUCKET, COMPLETE CERTIFIED REBUILD ..................$175,000 2001 KOMATSU PC400 LC-6, S/N A84212, 1,138 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 11’1” ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 42” BUCKET; NEW LINK ASSY. HR METER INSTALLED AT 7,160 HRS ..................................................................$150,000 2000 KOMATSU PC400 LC-6, S/N A84122, 11,770 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 13’2” ARM; A/C; NEW MAIN CONTROL VALVE; JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 54” BUCKET..........$85,000 2004 KOMATSU PC400 LC-7L, S/N A86203, 3,283 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 11’1” ARM; A/C; NEW UPDATED HYDRAULIC PUMP; NEW OEM PAINT............................$195,000 2005 KOMATSU PC400 LC-7L, S/N A86361, 6,521 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 11’1” ARM W/PIPING; HKX HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; ESCO 66” BUCKET ......................$175,000

OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCKS

2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1312, 2,390 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 23.5 X R25 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE; QUALCOM SYSTEM .. ........................................................................................................................$235,000 2004 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1310, 2,610 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 23.5 X R25 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE; QUALCOM SYSTEM .. ........................................................................................................................$235,000 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1208, 2,820 HRS, GOODYEAR 23.5 RL-2 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; RETARDER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE ........$235,000 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1177, 2,761 HRS, GOODYEAR 23.5 RL-2 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; RETARDER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE ........$235,000 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1174, 3,563 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 23.5 X R25 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; AUTO-LUBE SYSTEM INSTALLED; QUALCOM SYS; TAILGATE .... ........................................................................................................................$205,000 2005 KOMATSU HM350-1, S/N 1081, 2,802 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 26.5 X 25 RADIAL TIRES; BODY HEATER; AUTO LUBE SYSTEM INSTALLED; QUALCOMM SYSTEM. TAILGATE ................................................................................................................$259,700 2005 KOMATSU HM400-1, S/N A10022, 2,808 HRS, MICHELIN 26.5 X 25 RADIAL TIRES; BODY HEATER; A/C; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE. QUALCOM SYSTEM ..........................................................................................................$275,000 2005 KOMATSU HM400-1, S/N 1230, 3,065 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 29.5 X 25 RADIAL TIRES; A/C; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE; QUALCOM SYS ......$295,000

2006 KOMATSU 31PX-21A S/N 51070, 610 HRS, 24” TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 10’6” BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ....................$60,000

SKID STEERS

2007 ASV POSI-TRACK SR70, S/N SSB00558, 447 HRS, 15” RUBBER TRACKS; MP1 PACKAGE; ENCLOSED CAB; A/C; HEATER; HYD QUICK COUPLER; 67” BKT; FFC SNOW PUSHER W/RUBBER EDGE................................................................................$45,000 2007 ASV POSI-TRACK SR70, S/N SSB00557, 240 HRS, 15” RUBBER TRACKS; MP1 PACKAGE; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER; 67” BUCKET. I-R QD FORKS (LOOSE) ......................................................................$45,000 2007 ASV POSI-TRACK SR80, S/N SEB00957, 342 HRS, 20” RUBBER TRACKS; MP1 PACKAGE; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; WIPER KIT; BACK UP ALARM; 72” BUCKET..............................................................................................................$45,000 2009 ASV PT30, S/N PTA03860, 77 HRS, 11” RUBBER TRACKS; OPEN ROPS; BACKUP ALARM; UNIVERSAL MOUNT ADAPTER; 48” 0.25CY Q/D G/P BUCKET ....$25,000 2009 ASV PT70, S/N PTH00667, 45 HRS, 15” RUBBER TRACKS; ENCLOSED CAB; A/C; HEATER; WIPER KIT: BACK-UP ALARM; HYD QUICK COUPLER. 67” BUCKET ...... ..........................................................................................................................$55,000 2009 ASV PT80, S/N PTI01318, 21 HRS, 20” RUBBER TRACKS; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; WIPER KIT; BACK UP ALARM; HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER. 72” BUCKET..............................................................................................................$60,000 2009 ASV PT80, S/N PTI01319, 24 HRS, 20” RUBBER TRACKS; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; WIPER KIT; BACK UP ALARM; HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER. 72” BUCKET..............................................................................................................$60,000 2007 KOMATSU SK1020-5N, S/N A70452, 462 HRS, TURBO ENGINE; SUPERFLOW; CAB WITH A/C; CONTROL CHANGE; 12X16.5 TIRES; ADDED CWT; QD/GP BUCKET; FFC 8’ SNOW PUSHER; QD FORKS (LOOSE) ....................................................$32,900 2007 KOMATSU SK1020-5N, S/N A70456, 179 HRS, TURBO ENGINE; SUPERFLOW; CAB WITH A/C; CONTROL CHANGE; 12X16.5 TIRES; ADD’L CWT; 74” LONG LIP BUCKET..............................................................................................................$33,000 2008 KOMATSU SK820-5N, S/N A40203, 125 HRS, TURBO ENGINE; STD FLOW; 10.00X16.5 65” STD TIRES; REAR LIGHT; ADDED CWT; OPEN ROPS W/HEAT; PATTERN CHANGE VALVE; AUX HYD OVER-RIDE CONTROL; 68” LONG LIP BKT W/BOCE ..........................................................................................................................$25,000

2006 KOMATSU D39EX-21A S/N 1941, 815 HRS, KOMSTAT II; 20" TRACKS; 9' BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB WITH A/C ..................................$75,000

WHEEL LOADERS

2002 KOMATSU WA320-3MC, S/N A31658, 8,415 HRS, MICHELIN 20.5 X 25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER. S/D BUCKET & Q/D 60” FORKS ..........................................................................................................................$50,000 2006 KOMATSU WA380-6, S/N A53081, 2,010 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; MICHELIN 23.5 X R25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER. JRB 4 CY G/P BUCKET; S/D BUCKET & Q/D FORKS ..............................................................$182,000 2006 KOMATSU WA380-6, S/N 65029, 2,102 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2; MICHELIN 23.5 X R25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER. Q/D 4 CY G/P BUCKET ....................................................................................$150,000

ATTACHMENTS FOR SALE

2007 KOMATSU D61EX-15EO S/N B45024, 702 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 24” TRACKS; 6-WAY BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB WITH HEADEF-A/C; NEW OEM PAINT JOB ........................$160,000

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2006 KOMATSU WA380-6 S/N 65029, 2,102 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2; MICHELIN 23.5 X R25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER. Q/D 4 CY G/P BUCKET .............. ............................................................................$150,000

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2008 KOMATSU SK820-5N S/N A40203, 125 HRS, TURBO ENGINE; STD FLOW; 10.00X16.5 65” STD TIRES; REAR LIGHT; ADDED CWT; OPEN ROPS W/HEAT; PATTERN CHANGE VALVE; AUX HYD OVER-RIDE CONTROL; 68” LONG LIP BKT W/BOCE ..............................................................................$25,000


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SPECIAL SECTION… RECYCLING, CRUSHING AND SCREENING

Be sure to check out this special section! Keep up to date with the latest information on recycling, crushing and screening.

FEATURES… DESPITE STEEP ODDS, COUPLE’S BUSINESS GAMBLE PAYS OFF

Maria Fuentes came up with the idea of starting a landscaping business while on maternity leave from her job at Motorola.

PWC GALA HONORS KEY WOMEN REBUILDING THE WTC

The black tie dinner and dance event honoring PWC’s 30th anniversary and paying tribute to Bonacci and Debra Simonelli, program director, WTCC, drew a sellout crowd to The Grand Ballroom of The Yale Club.

NEW YORK CITY PLANS BYPASS TUNNEL TO DIVERT WATER FROM LEAKING AQUEDUCT

The plan calls for the bypass tunnel, at depths of 600 to 800 ft. (183 to 244 m), to run east from Newburgh in Orange County, under the Hudson River to the Town of Wappinger in Dutchess County.

PROJECT AT DAMAGED PA. BRIDGE AIMS TO ATTRACT VISITORS

The deck and walkway are being built atop six of the support towers left standing when the Kinzua Viaduct, an engineering marvel that was once the tallest and largest railroad bridge in the world, came crashing to earth on July 21, 2003.

ARTIST CREATES PINE TIMBER FORK FOR ROAD IN HIS TOWN

Like most New Englanders, Tom Schmitt would send directions to visiting friends and relatives, using the familiar descriptive phrase, “When you come to the fork in the road,” to explain which way to turn.

PA. GOV. RENDELL SAYS NATION NEEDS INFRASTRUCTURE BANK

Rendell, speaking on behalf of Building America’s Future, the bipartisan group he formed with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, said the old way of handling infrastructure projects in Washington has to change.

MONROE TRACTOR NAMED KLEEMANN DISTRIBUTOR

Monroe Tractor and Kleemann will be offering seven different models of portable jaw crushers as well as seven models of portable impact crushers and seven models of portable screening plants.

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

2004 Shuttlelift 3340B 10.5 ton, diesel engine, 13'-32' boom w/ 12' - 18' jib, block & ball, 220 hours FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

2008 Elliott G85R 85' working height, 16' steel floor, 5,900 lb. winch, 40" x 60" platform w/ jib, 33,000 GVWR, cab guard, 2009 Sterling Actera, 110 volt, Allison Auto FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

1999 Link-Belt 238H 150 ton, 240' boom, carbody jack, Ctwt removal system, S/N: F519-1753 FOB: Virginia P.O.R.

2002 Liebherr LTM 1250/1 300 ton, 6 axle crane carrier, S/N: 070456, removable main boom, air conditioning carrier, 214,500 lb. ctwt FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

1999 Link-Belt LS248 HII 200 ton, "C" ctwts, Ctwt removal system, 3rd drum, 200'main boom, 2 winch, S/N: H3I9-2238 FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

2005 Link-Belt HTC 8650 50 ton, 110' boom, 1716 hours, CAT C11 diesel engine, auto trans, hydraulic 5th outrigger FOB: North Carolina P.O.R.

1996 Krupp KMK 5175 175 ton, 5 axle, 161' boom, 59' jib FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

1980 Manitowoc 4100W SII 230 ton, S/N: 41649, 150' boom FOB: New York P.O.R.

2000 Link-Belt RTC 8030 30 ton, 91' boom, 27' jib, hours: 5485, S/N: E8J0-3323 FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

1998 Link-Belt RTC 8035 35-ton, 91' boom, 25' fly, hours: 4990 FOB: New Jersey POR

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2004 CAT 321C LCR, S/N: MCF903; 3,439 Hours .. ................................................................$115,000

2007 CAT 963C, S/N BBD3113, 1157 Hours, AC, GP, 3V for MP Bkt or Ripper, From Dealer's Rental Fleet........................$159,000 Backhoe Loader 2006 CAT 420E IT, S/N: KMW169, 2835 Hrs, AC, E-Hoe, Hyd Thumb, CPL, GP/24” ..................................................................................................$74,000

Lift - Scissor 2007 GENIE GS2646, S/N 85785, 73 Hrs ..............................................$6,750 2007 GENIE GS5390, S/N 44796..........................................................$47,000

Compaction Equipment - Smooth Drum 2010 CAT CB34, S/N: 34500346, 30 Hrs, ROPS, Water Spray System, Beacon, Coco Mats ............................................................................................$52,000 2008 CAT CS56, S/N: FCS196, Stk #: KFCS196, 200 Hrs, Cab/Air ....$145,000

Lift - Boom 2006 GENIE S40, S/N 10229, 1,351 Hrs, Genie S40 Self Propelled Aerial Work Platform ................................................................................................$33,000 2007 GENIE Z34/22DC, S/N 7327, 5 Hrs, Z34/22N DC Powered Boom Lift with Only 5 Hours of Use..............................................................................$25,500

Compaction Equipment - Walk/Tow Behind 1999 RAMMAX RW1404, 258 Hours; 33" drum Rammax trench roller- ready to work....................................................................................................$2,500 Crawler Loader 2007 Cat 953C, S/N: BBX3020; 991 Hours; AC, GP Bucket, 2 lever control. From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..................................................................$145,000 2007 Cat 963C, S/N: BBD3113, 1157 Hrs, AC, GP, 3V for MP Bkt or Ripper, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..................................................................$159,000

2007 CAT 953C, S/N BBX3020, 991 Hours, AC, GP Bucket, 2 lever control. From Dealer's Rental Fleet......................................$145,000

Dozer - Crawler 2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N: MMM239, Stk #: VMMM239, 1137 Hrs, AC, PAT Blade, System One U/C ........................................................................$99,000 2007 CAT D5G XL, S/N: WGB3661; 1,015 Hrs; OROPS, Accugrade ready. From Dealer's Rental Fleet ....................................................................$77,000 2008 CAT D6K LGP, S/N: DHA663, Stk #: KDHA663, 1775 Hrs..........$135,000 2006 CAT D6R DS XL III, GJB333; Stk #: KGJB333; 2,435 Hrs; DS, AC, 6SU, 70% UC System1 ................................................................................$194,000 2007 CAT D6T LGP, S/N: KJL451; Stk #: KKJL451; 2,997 Hrs; AC ....$225,000 Excavator - Crawler 1995 CAT 320, S/N: 9KK597, S/N: C9KK597, 15,576 Hours, No A/C, Heat, 42” Bkt, Customer Consignment, Inspection Available................................$45,000 2004 CAT 321C LCR, S/N: MCF903; 3,439 Hours ..............................$115,000 2006 CAT 320CL, S/N: PAB5981, Stk #: KPAB5981, 3408 Hrs ..........$115,000 2006 CAT 324DL, S/N: LAB388, Stk #: KLAB388, 1581 Hrs ..............$175,000 2007 CAT 330DL, S/N: MWP1599, Stk #: KMW1599, 4847 Hrs ........$189,000 2007 CAT 345CL, S/N: PJW1924, Stk #: KPJW1924, 2427 Hrs ........$279,000 Excavator - Mini 2004 CATERPILLAR 304CR, S/N: NAD2142; 1,176 Hours, AC, QC, Aux Hyd, Blade, 36” bucket ..................................................................................$33,500

2006 CATERPILLAR M318C, S/N: H2D446; Stk #: KH2D446; 1,234 Hours ............................$195,000

2006 CAT 740, S/N: B1P659, 9251 Hrs, Tailgate, Heated Body, 5 New Radial Tires, #6 almost new...... ..................................................................$239,900

Excavator - Wheel 2006 CATERPILLAR M318C, S/N: H2D446; Stk #: KH2D446; 1,234 Hours ...... ............................................................................................................$195,000 Forklift - Mast 2001 CAT GPL40, 1,591 Hrs; 9,000 lb, propane-powered....................$13,500 Forklift - Telescopic 2008 CAT TL943, 848 Hrs; 9,000 LB Telehandler, 43' High Reach 4WD Stabilizers..............................................................................................$73,500 2007 Genie GTH644, S/N: 10521, 928 Hrs; 6,000 LB Telescopic Forklift, 44' Reach ....................................................................................................$38,500 2007 Genie GTH844, S/N: 10501, 577 Hrs; 8,000 LB Telescopic Forklift, 44' Reach ....................................................................................................$42,500

Generator Sets 2001 CAT XQ60, 10,505 Hrs, Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ............................$15,000 2001 CAT XQ105, 5,200 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ............................$17,000 (2) 2000-2002 CAT XQ125, 7,265-9,120 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel .............. ......................................................................................................$22,000 Ea. 1999 CAT XQ225, 11,400 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ............................$35,000 2005 CAT XQ400, 3,175 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ............................$80,000

2006 CAT 735, S/N BIN503, 2,936 Hours; A/C, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ....................$249,000

Off-Highway Truck 2006 CAT 735, S/N: B1N503, 2936 Hrs, A/C, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet .......... ............................................................................................................$249,000 2006 CAT 735, S/N: B1N422, 3291 Hrs..............................................$229,000 2006 CAT 740, S/N: B1P659, 9251 Hrs, Tailgate, Heated Body, 5 New Radial Tires, #6 almost new ..........................................................................$239,900 2006 CAT 775E, S/N: BEC795, Stk #:KBEC795, 8003 Hrs ..................$510,000 2006 CAT 775E, S/N: BEC804, Stk #:KBEC804, 8328 Hrs ..................$510,000

2007 CAT D6T LGP, S/N: KJL451; Stk #: KKJL451; 2,997 Hours; AC ..............$225,000

Other Equipment 2007 E3000 Ground Heater, S/N 02195, 2,200 Hrs; ground heater with onan generator ..............................................................................................$45,500 (2) 2006 HX50 Ground Heaters, S/N 295, 368 ..................................$600 Ea. (2) 2006 HX100 Ground Heaters, S/N 370, 466 ............................$975-$1000 Skid Steer 2008 CAT 226B II, S/N MJH12218, 116 Hrs, Cab, Heat, Manual CPL, GP, From Dealer's Rental Fleet..............................................................................$34,000 (3) 2007 CAT 256C, S/N DWS298, DWS381, DWS299, From Dealer's Rental Fleet........................................................................................$39,900-$48,000 (2) 2007 CAT 297C, S/N GCP261, GCP300............................$64,000-$69,000

2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N MMM239, 1,137 Hrs, A/C, PAT Blade, System One Undercarriage..... ..........................................................$99,000

Trencher / Boring Machine / Cable Plow 1996 TESMEC 900SLO, S/N 9173; Stk #: 9173; 2,683 Hrs; Customer Consignment, Contact Earl Harrar 908-561-8005 WXT 508 ..............$175,000 Wheel Loader 2009 CAT 930H, S/N: DHC1185, Stk #: KDHC1185, 3669 Hrs ..........$149,000 2009 CAT 938H, S/N MJC407; 3,529 Hrs; AC, 3V, Fusion Cpl, GP, New Tires, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ..................................................................$179,000 2009 CAT 938H, S/N MJC109; 1,926 Hrs; AC, RC, 3V, QC, GP, Forks$208,000 2008 CAT 938H, S/N MJC84; 1,844 Hrs; AC, RC, 3V, QC, GP............$204,000 (2) 2005 CAT 950G II, S/N AXX1211, AXX1198 ..........................$139,000 Ea. (2) 2008-2009 CAT 950H, S/N K5K2515, K5K1729 ..........$205,000-$229,000 2006 CAT 966H, S/N A6D334; Stk #: KA6D334; 4,624 Hrs; AC, GP ..$220,000

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2005 CAT 950G II, S/N AXX1211, Stk #: KAXX1211, 3650 Hrs, AC, GP Bkt............$139,000

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Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 Terex TA40, 2000, 6WD, 6x6, 40 ton Detroit 60 Series, Clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$142,500 Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently off work), work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$145,000 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 hitch rebuilt .$115,000 Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . .$87,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites $89,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, works everyday . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500

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CRAWLER TRACTORS Cat D4H Series II, 1990, OROPS, 6 way blades, 18" pads, draw bar, 100% Cat U/C . . . . . . . . . . .$57,000 Cat D6H, 1988, OROPS, S-blade w/tilt . . . .$76,000 Cat D6H LGP Series II, 1993, EROPS, diff steer, drawbar, 30" pads, fresh undercarriage . . . .$89,000 Cat D6H, 1987, Semi U blade w/tilt, ROPS, fair U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,000 (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea Komatsu D37P-5, 1997, 24" Pads, OROPS, P/S . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$36,500 LANDSCAPING

Case 480 Broom Tractor, frt mounted 6' sweepster broom, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$13,000 Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor,1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" hydraulic broom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,500 Taylor-Way 12' Transport Disc, 24" discs, (4) tires, hyd lift, exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd CRAWLER LOADERS Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt . . . . .. angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 AIR COMPRESSORS Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL

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Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 Drott 3330B Carry Deck, 7.5 ton capacity, dsl, 4 section boom 8' jib . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$14,500 Shuttlelift Model 3330 ELB Hyd. Carry Deck Crane, duel fuel, elec. winch w/remote control, exc. Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32,500

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Project at Damaged Pa. Bridge Aims to Attract Visitors MOUNT JEWETT, Pa. (AP) Officials in northwestern Pennsylvania said they hope a new observation deck and walkway under construction at a historic railroad bridge toppled by a tornado 7-1/2 years ago will lure visitors to the area again. The deck and walkway are being built atop six of the support towers left standing when the Kinzua Viaduct, an engineering marvel that was once the tallest and largest railroad bridge in the world, came crashing to earth on July 21, 2003. Visitors, who have been scarce lately, will be able to look out over the Kinzua Gorge in McKean County at three more viaduct towers still standing, or peer through a window in the deck floor at the remains of the bridge scattered up to 300 ft. below. Linda Devlin, executive director of the Bradford-based Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau, said the $4.5 million project will help visitors get an idea of the scope of the bridge and the forces that brought it down. “The center towers of the viaduct were as high as the Statue of Liberty. When you see them on the valley floor, you really get the

bus tours that came through also closed. It’s perspective of how huge, how massive, and annually. “The effect on local businesses has been been a very big blow to towns like Mount how much of a marvel they are. The fact that wind could shear those off and twist them dramatic,” Devlin said. “America’s First Jewett.” Officials hope to have the skywalk like dishrags is absolutely amazand observation deck open by fall. A ing,” she told the Erie Times-News. new visitors center and a trail down Terry Brady, spokesman of the “When you see them on the into the gorge to the fallen bridge also Pennsylvania Department of are planned, but officials do not know Conservation and Natural valley floor, you really get the when there will be money for that, Resources, which is overseeing the Brady said. skywalk project, said visitors also perspective of how huge, how The viaduct, built in 1882 for the will be able to see the environmen- massive, and how much of a tal damage caused by the tornado. New York, Lake Erie and Western “Looking across the valley from marvel they are. The fact that Railroad and Coal Co., rose 301 ft. where this observation deck will be, and extended for almost a half-mile there’s a whole mountainside wind could shear those off and over the Kinzua Gorge. The bridge where, like dominoes, every tree was rebuilt in 1900 to accommodate went down in the same way. It’s an twist them like dishrags is bigger and heavier trains and was impressive sight,” Brady said. used by freight traffic until 1959. absolutely amazing.” Devlin said visitors initially Excursion trains continued to use flocked to seek the fallen bridge, but the bridge until 2002, when it was tourism has taken a big hit since. Linda Devlin closed to both rail and foot traffic While the viaduct used to attract after rusted sections of the structure Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau 160,000 to 180,000 visitors each were found. A $12 million project to year, the number has plunged to restore the deteriorating viaduct about 20,000 a year, she said. The Allegheny Christmas Store [in Smethport] closed, a began a year later, but the work ended after National Forest Visitors Bureau said that variety of small bed-and-breakfasts closed, a tornado ripped 11 of 20 bridge support means about $3 million fewer tourist dollars and a lot of retail shops that depended on the towers from their bases.

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ning the project, has the right to request a review of the charges and to dispute all or part of the debt. However, if the state does nothing and allows the debt to become delinquent, it could be assessed interest and penalties. Christie spokesman Michael Drewniak would not say Nov. 29 whether the charges would be paid in full or disputed or where New Jersey would get the money if it decided to repay the government or was found liable for all or part of the bill. The $8.7 billion project to construct a second rail tunnel between New Jersey and New York — known as Access to the Region’s Core, or ARC — was 15 years in the making when Christie pulled the plug Oct. 27, citing potential cost overruns. More than $600 million had been spent for engineering, construction and environmental studies. The federal government and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey had each committed $3 billion to the project. New Jersey’s portion was $2.7 billion. The state and Port Authority were responsible for overruns, which Christie said

could add $2 billion to $5 billion to the price tag. Other states including New York immediately began lobbying for the federal share. The tunnel was intended to supplement a century-old two-track tunnel under the Hudson River that has been at capacity for years. The new tunnel would have been able to handle an extra 25 NJ Transit commuter trains per hour during peak periods; without it, New Jersey is left a tunnel that can handle 23 Amtrak and NJ Transit trains. More than 625,000 people trek into Manhattan from New Jersey each work day, about 185,000 by rail, and even a minor delay can translate into long waits. Christie has since said he would consider contributing to a cheaper alternative: extending New York’s No. 7 subway line under the Hudson River to New Jersey. John Wisniewski, who chairs the state Democratic State Committee and heads the transportation committee in the state Assembly, questioned Christie’s financial acumen. “We now know that his looking out for our financial interests will cost New Jersey taxpayers at least $271 million,’’ he said. “To make

matters worse, the governor has now pledged New Jersey money to help finance New York’s subway expansion — without even seeing a plan or a cost estimate. It doesn’t seem like he’s being much of a financial watchdog, only a theatrical bulldog.” Six months before Christie pulled the plug on the project, Weinstein received word that NJ Transit’s request for $206 million more in start-up money had been approved. The approval letter, sent from an FTA regional administrator on April 14 and obtained Nov. 29 by The Associated Press, allowed NJ Transit “to advance construction and support activities to maintain the project budget and schedule.” The money was part of the FTA’s overall funding commitment. The letter also raises financial issues including how New Jersey intends to fund its capital road repair program administered through the Transportation Trust Fund, which is nearly broke. Critics like Wisniewski have speculated that Christie killed the tunnel, at least in part, to divert some money to state road projects.

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“The majority of this excavated material had to be drilled and blasted to breakup the rock before removal,” said Warner Barate, PennDOT project engineer. Much of the material was recycled into an 18-in. (45.7 cm) thick subgrade to provide structural support and drainage under the newly constructed four-lane mainline roadway and shoulders. New Enterprise used a GPS grading system for the roadway excavation. With this method, no grade stakes are used. The system creates a 3-D map of the job site in the cab of each machine. This allows the operator to get a clear picture of what the final grade should look like. Approximately 65,000 cu. yds. (49,696 cu m) of concrete

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In Pasadena, Calif., a sculptor erected one 14 ft. high out of steel to mark the road and hold food drives. In San Antonio a restaurant put a 24-footer up, and locals argue whether it is art or an advertisement. But Tom Schmitt of Westport, Mass., raised his large pine timber fork as a sort of conversation piece, a literal fork in the road at the place of a symbolic fork for travelers. Like most New Englanders, Tom Schmitt and his wife Kate would send directions to visiting friends and relatives, using the familiar descriptive phrase, “When you come to the fork in the road,” to explain which way to turn. Getting to their home, involved their own personal “fork” at the intersection of Old Harbor and River Roads. Occasionally, the Schmitts would wonder aloud about that term’s literal interpretation, and from time to time imagined how drivers might react if — upon reaching the intersection — they might actually encounter a large fork. “I drive past this location, this fork in the road, at least ten times per week,” said the artist. He also had lived for a time in Pasadena, Calif., where he was inspired by the sculptor’s fork near the highway (although it is no longer there.) Constructing The Fork Last Spring — during a visit to Delano’s sawmill in Dartmouth, Mass., to pick up lumber for a boat project —Schmitt noticed large pieces of clear pine timber that had been sawed from trees felled near a power line right-of-way. Thinking they might become fork construction material, Schmitt loaded them onto his truck along with the boat lumber. On the way back to Westport, he began to think about how to fashion a large, reasonable facsimile of a silver table fork. First, he measured the Delano timber to determine how big he could make the fork. Then, using a real fork from the kitchen drawer and a set of dividers, Schmitt figured out measurements to use for the sculpture. With these dimensions, he sketched the fork design on a piece of scrap paper and later transferred them to the pine timber using a tape measure, straight edge and large Sharpie pen.

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NJDOT expects that traffic flow will be improved throughout the entire region, not only on the GSP and I-78, but also on highways such as Route 22 and Route 124 and the county and local roadway systems as well,” Simpson added. NJDOT also reopened all I-78 westbound Local lanes, as well as the crossover ramp from I-78 westbound Local to Express lanes near milepost 53. NJDOT awarded the project contract in April 2008, with Gannett Fleming Engineers serving as designer and Union Paving and Construction Co. as the builder. The first project milestone was reached in September 2009 when the flyover ramp connecting GSP northbound to I-78 westbound was

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“We need a national infrastructure bank staffed by experts ... and you compete on the cost-benefit analysis and the bank makes good decisions.”

“I think what this nation should do is to devote itself to a multi-trillion dollar effort. Think of what that would do for the American economy. Think what it would do for the construction industry.”

stock and sell used steel of all sizes and shapes. If you need steel for any purpose, they are the people to see in the Massachusetts/Rhode Island area, according to Schmitt, who said, “That is where I go first.” “I know Mid-City Steel from having served on the WRWA Board with Lou Gitlin, and so I went to the used steel annex and looked around with [manager] Paul Aguiar,” said Schmitt. “When I told Paul what I needed, the kind of heavy duty pipe I was looking for, he said, ‘Ah, that’s great. You can have it.’ So, they essentially donated it. It always impressed me how Lou gave time, expertise and support to a local environmental organization.” Mid-City Steel had perfect material for the stanchion — heavy 3 in. high-pressure pipe with walls nearly a half inch thick. To the pipe, a Westport Harbor welder affixed three U-bolts to which Schmitt bolted the fork. He then sealed the bolt holes permanently with epoxy plugs. Utilizing The Utensil In the meantime Tom and Kate Schmitt dug a hole 5 ft. deep and roughly 2 ft. in diameter at the location of the fork’s permanent installation. With mechanical assistance, on Oct. 29, they first raised the fork to an upright position and then lowered the stanchion base into the 5-ft. hole. After making sure the fork was plumb, Schmitt filled the hole with rocks and concrete, which, once hardened, secured the stanchion in place. At 3 p.m. on Oct. 30, Elizabeth Coxe, the artist, property owners, and several of the “Fork Folk” gathered for a brief dedication ceremony at which they sprinkled a bit of champagne, took photos and raised glasses to toast Westport’s latest piece of public art; wishing the fork in the road a “long tenure and many chuckles.” “My wife and I grew up in Western Pennsylvania. In our experience, Westport poses no greater transportation [driving] challenges than we have faced in other parts of the country,” added Schmitt. “We don’t regard the fork as a needed landmark, just a memorable one.” (Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the New England state supplement.) CEG


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will do everything in my power to be the spitting image of my father. And those who don’t like that can shove it! NCAA: We have once again resolved not to have a Division I post-season football tournament anytime in the near future because we love the BS — whoops, slip of the tongue! Make that the BCS! Cliff Lee: I resolve to be careful how I spend money, even pinch my pennies, so my wife, two kids and I can live comfortably in Philadelphia on just $24 million a year. Michael Vick: I will spend the off-season cuddling with my MVP trophy and with my pet cats. Minnesota Twins front office: We are committed to giving the devoted Rochester Red Wings’ fans a much better team. And no, our fingers are crossed. USGA: As the ruling golf organization, we will now allow spectators at every golf tournament to stand in all sand bunkers so Dustin Johnson will no longer be at a disadvantage. NBA: With apologies to James Naismith, we

will pass a new rule that will go into effect next season and make the game much more exciting. It will allow players to take up to five steps without dribbling the ball and not be called for traveling. Joe Paterno: I resolve to keep coaching the Penn State football team until I can’t remember where my office is located. Bills head coach Chan Gailey: I promise to turn this football team into a Super Bowl contender — well, if I live long enough. Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim: I promise to smile at least three times in 2011, maybe even during a game. NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon: I will do whatever it takes to get back in the winner’s circle again, even if that means slipping a jet engine into my car’s trunk. Augusta National Golf Club president Billy Payne: We will seriously consider allowing certain, qualified women to become members of Augusta. Of course, it depends on how well they can cook and clean house. Yankees’ Derek Jeter: I promise to improve

my numbers in 2011. That is, many more hits and one or two fewer batting glove Velcro adjustments per at-bat. New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson: We resolve to take the pressure off Drew Brees by bringing in two or three offensive linemen who can at least open a hole in high grass. Will any or all these New Year’s resolutions happen? Who knows, but it will be fun to see. All I can guarantee is that I will definitely keep mine because when I returned to reality, I decided to make the same New Year’s resolution I’ve made for decades. That is, I resolve to make no resolutions. And it has worked beautifully! No promises, no pressure. Meanwhile, Happy New Year! (Rick Woodson is a regular columnist for the “Rochester Business Journal” in Rochester, N.Y., and is the author of “Words of Woodson”, a collection of sports columns, available at www.authorhouse.com and www.thegolftee.net. Woodson’s e-mail address is rwoodson@rochester.rr.com. )


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Bobcatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Planer Attachments Offer Increased Torque Field installed accessories include a guide in. (0 to 15 cm). path of the machine. Depth and oscillation gauges allow the rod kit to help the operator follow a previous The back frame is now stronger and more durable in order to handle higher-horsepow- operator to confirm the correct cutting depth cut or line; a planer wheel kit (in lieu of skis); er carriers. At the same time, the rear open- and angle of the planer without having to and a water and nozzle kit for dust control. A 14-in. (35.5 cm) cutting width planer is ing has been enlarged so that more material move from the seat. Special side cutting bits available for Bobcat loaders with passes through without being restandard flow hydraulics. It feamilled, resulting in increased protures manual depth control from ductivity. 0 to 6 in., 29.8-in. hydraulic sideHydraulic side shift on both shift and an all-purpose drum. It planer models has been increased also may be equipped with addifrom 26 to 29.8 in. (66 to 75.7 cm) tional drums of varying widths. so that they can be used on the Drums are easily changed by larger S850 and T870 loaders. removing the right side ski and Side shifting permits milling outaccess panel. side the width of the carrier so it is possible to work close to walls and A 40-in. (101.6 cm) high flow curbs. The right ski and end plate planer also is available. It feamay be removed for milling flush tures hydraulic depth adjustment against walls with no further from 0 to 5 in. (0 to 12.7 cm). clean-up work required. Skis are independently Cab-controlled hydraulic cylin- Bobcat 18- and 24-in. (45 and 61 cm) wide planer attach- adjustable and the depth gauge ders raise and lower the independ- ments are compatible with all current high flow Bobcat and oscillation gauge are visible ently adjustable skis. Cutting loaders, including the new S850 skid steer and T870 comfrom the operatorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s seat. A divertdepth can be adjusted from 0 to 6 pact track loaders. er valve allows the operator to switch from hydraulic side-shift to hydraulic reduce binding and provide a vertical edge oscillation. Oscillation is +/- 8 degrees. for improved joint bonding between new Owners and operators who wish to moniand existing asphalt. tor operating hours and maintenance interReplaceable ski wear pads provide convals on their 18-, 24and 40-in. planers may sistent depth control by penetrating through debris in the path of travel. In addition, steel do so using the new deluxe instrument panel wheels on the rear frame provide solid sup- available on Bobcat M-Series loaders. The port and reduce tire bounce while planing. deluxe instrument panel will track cumulaA priority valve diverts hydraulic oil flow tive operating hours and also offers two to depth functions without causing a loss of resettable clocks that can be used to monitor power to the planer drum, allowing the oper- items like time on the job, cutting bit life or ator to make adjustments on-the-go without hours between drive motor oil maintenance. affecting performance. A top access panel A Bobcat loader and planer attachment saves time by permitting the operator to are ideal for milling potholes, alligator inspect or replace cutting bits without raising the planer from the surface or removing the cracks and frost heaves; creating cuts for recessed lane markers; milling around mandrum. The 18- and 24-in. planers may be holes; matching uneven pavement surfaces; equipped with smooth or fast cut all-purpose cutting drainage in parking lots; and tapering drums or with smaller all-purpose or slot cut the edges of roadways. They also are ideal drums. Drums are easily changed by remov- for cleaning up around larger milling ing the right side ski and access panel, much machines and working in places where size like removing the wheel on a vehicle. and weight do not allow dedicated planers to Carbide cutting bits are secured with expan- work, such as on bridges and walkways. Units have been redesigned so that the left ski is now visible to the operator. This For more information, visit www.boballows the planer to be kept closer to the center of the carrier, which makes it eas- sion rings instead of C-clips for fast and easy replacement. cat.com. ier to control the path of the machine.

Bobcat 18- and 24-in. (45 and 61 cm) wide planer attachments offer increased torque and horsepower for improved performance compared with the models they replace. The new planers are compatible with all current high flow Bobcat loaders, including the new S850 skid steer and T870 compact track loaders. The cutting drums on Bobcat planers can be unlocked to allow oscillation up to 15 degrees in either direction. As a result, surface tracking is optimized even when the loader is operating on a rutted or potholed surface. This feature is unique to Bobcat planers and provides continuous cutting depth without constant operator input, according to the manufacturer. New on the 18- and 24-in. planers is increased down force to help keep the drum in the cut during operation. In addition, units have been redesigned so that the left ski is now visible to the operator. This allows the planer to be kept closer to the center of the carrier, which makes it easier to control the


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AFlurry of Choices…

Weighing the Choices to Select the Right Snowplow By Randy Strait SPECIAL TO CEG

Less time. Less labor. Less overhead costs. These days, it seems every company is stretched to do more with less. While ‘less’ seems to be the operative word, it’s the ‘more’ that really counts. More efficiency. More productivity. And the big ‘more’ — more profit. To get “more”, companies are attempting to become increasingly streamlined and resourceful. The snow and ice management business is no stranger to the efficiency crunch, as it’s one industry that’s had to be more efficient each and every year in order to keep up with everything from government liability regulations to skyrocketing salt prices. The outside business environment combined with other factors, make it crucial, not just to plow snow, but plow it thoroughly and effectively. Whether you’re a construction or landscape contractor just entering the business or a seasoned plowing veteran who’s been in the game for 10 years, there have never been more reasons to reexamine efficiencies in your operation. One of the most important, if not the most vital, steps to starting up or improving a current snow and ice management operation is having the proper snowplow. The right plow will move more snow, increase operator ease and safety and reduce repair expenses, not to mention costly downtime. In addition, the right plow positively impacts the life of the machine powering it, whether it’s a small skid steer or larger loader. Many contractors, whether first time buyers or experienced in snow removal, get hung up on one thing — size. There are really two classes of thought. Some think the biggest, most expensive plow is the answer. Others approach the decision looking for the smallest, cheapest plow they can possibly use. But it’s more than a matter of size — snowplows now offer numerous advancements and features designed to maximize efficiency and help make plowing the white stuff lead to some serious green. With so many options, from different moldboard and hitch designs to cutting blades and side panels, the decision can be overwhelming, especially for a newbie to the industry. But regardless of how long you’ve been in the plowing game, simply taking the

time to look at features and evaluating how each can contribute to an improved bottom line will ensure the best plow choice is made. Sizing It Up Snowplows come in a variety of styles and sizes. Equipment mounted plows are commonly referred to as containment plows or box plows. They typically range in size from 6 ft. (1.8 m) for smaller machines such as skid steers, up to 30 ft. (9 m) for larger equipment like wheel loaders. Plow size primarily affects how much snow is removed and with what precision. Longer, one-piece containment plows will move larger quantities of snow the first time, but also will leave behind a significant amount as they ride on the highest ground. No pavement, whether a road or parking lot, is completely flat and level. Roads tend to be higher in the center and gradually slope downwards on each side, while parking lots have both raised and depressed areas scattered throughout. A longer plow will always rest at the highest point on a surface and float over lower areas — leaving behind inches of snow and resulting in the need for

Containment plows, or snow pushers, typically include side panels to keep snow contained, reducing the need for follow-up plowing

ment in a fleet like skid steers and compact loaders. The downside of smaller plows is more total passes are required to remove the same amount of snow. Outsourcing or adding a pick-up plow to handle follow-ups may be required, as shorter plows will still miss small areas like dips in roads or parking lots. In addition, some degree of salting will be required. It appears to be up to an individual decision Rather than a large, on what’s more one-piece moldboard, important: sheer of some manufacturers volume snow

follow-up plowing, usually from a pick-up operator with a smaller plow. Businesses have to make the choice whether to add their own pick-up operator to the staff — increasing labor, equipment and fuel costs — or sub-contract that work. Either way, it’s going to cost more. There also is a high likelihood that salting will be needed, another timeconsuming process and added expense. On the contrary, a shorter plow is more concentrated and precise. Operators are able to better target an area and clear more snow with less follow-up. They also are ideally suited for common, smaller pieces of equip-

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cleared or precision. But there’s an option for those not willing to compromise. To offer the benefit of moving more snow, yet with greater precision and less follow-up, some plow manufacturers have tweaked moldboard designs and offer sectional configurations. Independent and Group Effort Sectional moldboard designs consist of several pieces that, together, form one large surface area, allowing large amounts of snow to be removed in a single pass. What’s unique about these styles is the way the sec-

tions operate also to provide precise, efficient removal. Just about every plow on the market offers a trip edge feature. As an obstacle is encountered, the plow ‘trips’ or lifts slightly to clear the object without damaging the plow. The drawback? When the plow lifts up, it misses a whole pile of snow making re-plowing imminent. Sectional moldboard plows offer the same concept, but on an individual basis. Rather than the whole plow width tripping, only the individual section encountering an obstacle trips, leaving virtually no snow behind and eliminating the need for followup plowing. Not only does this reduce fuel and labor costs, plowing a clean lot the first time also will eliminate any liability issues and costs resulting from slip and fall claims. The independent movement of each ‘mini plow’ provides further efficiency and plowing precision by essentially letting the entire plow contour to any given surface. On sloped roads, the outer pieces rest at lower points, while those towards the center rise up as the pavement does. The same is true in parking lots. As the plow approaches a depressed or elevated area, the section will respond to the change in elevation and adjust itself accordingly. This ensures virtually no snow is left behind and essentially eliminates the need for a pick-up mounted plow or salting. In addition to providing better clearing performance, the individual tripping action helps prevent damage to the plow and machine if a small obstacle is encountered. But what about larger, rigid objects like curbs? To avoid significant damage, considsee SNOWPLOW page 46


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The new pallet fork assemblies are available with either 48 or 42-in. tines (122 or 107 cm).

Case Construction Equipment introduced pallet forks specially designed for use with its skid steers and compact track loaders. The forks are particularly useful in a variety of construction, agriculture, landscaping and utility applications. The new pallet fork assemblies are available with either 48 or 42-in. tines (122 or 107 cm). Case offers either size of tines in a choice of Heavy Duty, rated to 5,500 lbs. (2,495 kg), or Standard, rated to 4,000 lbs. (1,814 kg). Case pallet forks feature a rugged, reliable frame and enhanced visibility to the tines for safe, easy loading. The frame’s mounting angle assures proper forward tilt for loading and excellent rollback for transporting loads. The design offers ample room between the frame and the cab, providing easy access to and from the cab, according to the manufacturer. For more information, visit www.casece.com.


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Selecting the Right Snowplow for the Right Task SNOWPLOW from page 42

er a plow with mechanical side panels. Panel of Experts Most containment-style plows are built with side panels, or wings, attached to both ends of the moldboard. The panels keep snow contained, eliminating excess amounts of snow rolling off the sides. But fixed side panels pose major challenges. Imagine a loader plowing full speed on a city street using a model with fixed side panels. The snow is deep and blowing across both lanes, so the driver can’t see that he’s approaching a concrete median on his left side. When he eventually hits it, something has to give — either the plow, the machine or the operator is going to absorb the impact. And the last thing any business owner wants is serious injury to an employee — not to mention the worker’s compensation costs that go along with those injuries. In the most extreme cases, an operator has been ejected from the machine’s cab upon such harsh impact. To address this serious problem, some manufactures offer plows with mechanical side panels. Mechanical side panels respond to impact from major obstructions like curbs, medians and manhole covers. Rather than hit these objects head-on, the side panels lift up and go over, clearing even tall obstacles. The benefit is three-fold, as it reduces damage to the equipment, plow and, most importantly, the operator. Beyond operator safety, there’s also the concern of equipment damage. The impact must be absorbed and thus the machine may end up damaged, resulting in significant expense. Skid steers, loaders, backhoes — any large piece of equipment —cost several thousands of dollars. It could take months of extra work for a contractor to recoup the cost of replacing an entire machine or even undergoing significant repairs. Mechanical side panels minimize the chance of equipment damage, saving on costly replacement and repairs, not to mention downtime. On that same note, a well-maintained snowplow with mechanical side panels can last several years even with inexperienced operators, positively impacting ROI. Features designed to enhance safety are certainly a top priority. But other advancements have been made specifically with the operator in mind. Get Hitched Think of a typical office workspace. Whether a desk, cubicle or individual office, all are designed for ultimate comfort. Ergonomic chairs, keyboards and monitor stands are no longer a luxury, they’re an expectation, designed to make workers more comfortable, productive and efficient. For

Newer “drop-and-go” hitch designs let the plow and machine ride evenly along the pavement.

many plowing professionals, the machine’s cab is their ‘office.’ These individuals spend hours every night in the cab, making it imperative to look for features that enhance comfort along with performance. Newer hitch designs take mental stress off the operator, also while enhancing the life of plow components — and reducing the added worry of maintenance and repair tasks. Plows are picked up and dropped down hundreds of times each night. Typical hitch designs force the operator to manually adjust the plow each time it’s dropped, making for a very challenging, time-consuming and often frustrating process, especially for inexperienced operators. Newer “drop-and-go” hitch designs do this automatically; hence the name. The operator can just drop the plow and go. The hitch design ensures the plow will lie correctly, each and every time extending plow life and ensuring a clean surface even in the case of inexperienced operators. Beyond operator ease, these hitches let the

plow and machine move independently of one another. As mentioned previously, rarely is pavement perfectly level. Take a parking lot — because the plow leads the way, it’s going to reach a raised point in the pavement before the machine does. Normally in this situation, the plow will rest itself on the higher ground and lean slightly forward. The action lifts the machine up off its front wheels, creating inefficient drag, while putting weight on only two tires. Overtime, this will result in uneven tire wear and more frequent replacement issues. This action also puts the majority of weight and stress on the plow, making premature wear — along with expensive replacement and downtime — inevitable. With newer hitches, the plow can lift up and adjust to the pavement, while the machine stays balanced on all four tires — keeping even wear on the tires and the plow. Especially when combined with sectional moldboard styles, this movement further lets the plow continuously adjust to changes in

Hardened steel shoes are built for durability and, when combined with “drop-andgo” hitches, ride flat on the pavement for even wear and enhanced longevity.

the pavement for optimum plowing efficiency and reduces the need for follow-up plowing. These types of hitch designs prevent premature wear on the plow’s shoes as well. Side panels, whether fixed or mechanical, include smooth, flat pieces called shoes that ride along the surface. Commonly made of steel, the shoes are designed to last through several years of abuse. But their lifespan can be cut drastically short with premature wear, a common occurrence with typical hitch designs that require manual adjustment. “Drop-and-go” styles are designed to lay flat and ensure the shoes do as well, leading to even wear and less replacement, hassle and headaches for the operator. Working together, these features significantly enhance performance and minimize maintenance expense, but one more factor and wear item, plays a significant role. The plow cutting edge affects, not only performance of the machine, but also the total lifecycle cost of the plow, and should be carefully considered. Cutting Edge Counts Every plow has a cutting edge. Designed to scrape and clean away compacted snow and ice, cutting edges are like the final icing on the cake — they add the all-important finishing touch and further reduce the need for re-plowing and salting. Cutting edges are available in a few different options. Ideal for cutting through and scraping snow and ice, steel cutting edges prove to be more effective and more durable than rubber options. On the downside, replacement of steel edges can be significantly more expensive, but that shouldn’t necessarily be a deterrent. In combination with sectional moldboards, steel cutting edges are very effective and can be replaced in only one section rather than across the entire length of the plow. This significantly reduces maintenance costs while providing all the benefits of the steel edge. Clearly, it’s not necessarily just one feature that will be the key to productive plowing, rather the combined efforts of several. In the grand scheme of things, each feature is just one piece of the total ROI puzzle. Whatever your reason, plowing snow can be a great business opportunity or ideal way to utilize idle equipment and workers during the winter months. The key for anyone performing this task is efficiency, both in terms of the plow and machine. And a plow with the right features will lead to both. When the flakes begin to fly this winter, be ready to handle every snowfall with the right plow for your equipment. Randy Straight is president of Arctic Snow & Ice Control Products


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The G12-55A telehandler won the gold award in the Contractor’s Choice Awards.

The 13505JP boom lift was the silver award winner.

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The JLG 1350SJP boom lift can take operators from the ground to 135-ft. (41 m) in 95 seconds. With strong 100,000psi steel and dual 1,000 / 500-lb. (453 / 227 kg) capacity, the 1350SJP delivers the height and capacity workers need to complete jobs quickly and efficiently. In its fifth year, the annual Contractor’s Choice Awards invite the contractor audience to vote and pick the best equipment available on the job site. Manufacturers have the opportunity to submit nominations in 34 different product categories. The nominations are routed through an independent group of judges, and then contractors are given the chance to vote for what they view as the best product. The top three winners in each category receive either a gold, silver or bronze award.

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Where’s The Beef? (Low Fat) derived from glycerol and three fatty acid radicals.” But what does this mean? One thing it means, of course, is that “Three Fatty Acid Radicals” would be an excellent name for a rock band. But it also means that fat is some kind of chemical item that nature puts inside certain plants and animals to make them taste better. A good rule of thumb is: The more fat something contains, the better it tastes. This is why we eat hamburgers, but we do not eat ants. Ants have a very low fat content, so nobody eats them except unfortunate animals such as birds, who, because of a design flaw, cannot use drive-thru windows. Human beings, on the other hand, enjoy hamburgers, because they (the hamburgers) come from cows, which are notoriously fat. You will never see a cow voluntarily going anywhere near an Abdominizer. Of course, there have been efforts to make low-fat “hamburgers.” In researching this column, I purchased a product called “Harvest Burgers,” which are “All Vegetable Protein Patties” manufactured by the Green Giant Corp.

Upon examining the package, the first thing I noticed was that the Jolly Green Giant has apparently had plastic surgery. He no longer looks like the “Ho! Ho! Ho!” guy; he now looks like Paul McCartney on steroids. Check it out. The second thing I noticed is that the key ingredient in Harvest Burgers is “soy.” This ingredient is found in many low-fat foods, and I think it’s time that the Food and Drug Administration told us just what the hell it is. A plant? A mineral? An animal? Are there enormous soy ranches in Nebraska with vast herds of soys bleating and suckling their young? As a consumer, I’d like some answers. I don’t want to discover years from now that “soy” is an oriental word meaning “compressed ant parts.” This is not intended as a criticism of the “Harvest Burger,” which is a well-constructed, extremely cylindrical frozen unit of brown foodlike substance. The package states that it contains “83 percent less fat than ground beef”; I believe this, because it also tastes exactly 83 percent less good than ground beef. Nevertheless I highly recommend it for anybody who needs more “soy” or a

backup hockey puck. Oh, sure, there will be people who will claim that soy patties taste “almost as good” as real hamburgers. These are the same people who have convinced themselves that rice cakes taste “almost as good” as potato chips, when in fact eating rice cakes is like chewing on a foam coffee cup, only less filling. You could fill a container with roofing shingles and put it in the supermarket with a sign that said “ZERO-FAT ROOFING SHINGLES,” and these people would buy it and convince themselves it tasted “almost as good” as French toast. Yes, we have become a low-fat society, which brings us back to the question posed by Jim Cornell: What’s being done with all the fat? Jim offers this theory: “I suspect that they’re dumping it in some small town in Texas or Mexico.” No way, Jim. Our government would never allow a major fat-dumping facility in the same region where we’re storing the dead UFO aliens. No, the truth is that the fat is being loaded into giant tanker trucks, transported by night and pumped into: my thighs. There was no choice; Marlon Brando was already full. But I’m happy to do my part for a leaner America, so don’t bother to thank me. Are you going to finish those fries? Postscript: After I wrote this column, my editor, Tom Shroder, sent me a note saying he thinks he read somewhere that ants do contain fat. I think he’s wrong, but since we’re both professional journalists, neither of us will look it up. I will say this: If ants do contain fat, it’s only a matter of time before somebody come out with low –fat ants. © 2010 Tribune Media Services Inc. (This article first appeared Nov. 3, 1996.)


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The new Mack Shop online store at www.mackshop.com offers the full collection of Mack merchandise.

Mack Trucks Inc. is putting more muscle behind the company’s iconic bulldog logo and brand with the launch of an expanded Mack Shop Web site. Mack-shop.com offers the full collection of available Mack merchandise, including new items, older collectibles and close-out items. It features favorite Mack toys, die-cast models, caps and clothing for men, women and kids. A large selection of accessories — watches, key chains, belt buckles — are available, too. Flash drives, pen sets, bags, luggage and many other items for home and office can easily be viewed and selected. “Mack customers have an emotional connection with the brand and like to show it,” said Cam Creech, Mack marketing communications manager, brand licensing and merchandising. “At customer events and brick-and-mortar stores, we often hear how Mack is part of family history. People want to buy a gift that reminds them of that connection. “Our new line of T-shirts and caps are very popular and have been selling fast,” Creech added. “A perennial favorite is the iconic bulldog paperweight, made from the actual part that rides on the hood of every truck we build.” see REDESIGN page 54

If you’re in the market for a dump truck, it’s important to do your homework. Unlike some other vocations, dump truck specifications are very regionalized. What works in one area of the country will not work in another. Your first piece of homework: Find out what the length and weight regulations are in your state. Try to take maximum advantage of the weight laws to maximize payload. Some states, mostly in the West, require compliance with the Federal Bridge Formula; others don’t. This will have a big influence on how the axles are set up and spaced. “A Bridge Formula truck will tend to be longer to spread the weight,” said Samantha Parlier, vocational marketing manager of Kenworth Truck Company in Kirkland, Wash. “You may need to have lift axles, but there are different rules on how much load you can add with lift axles. And some states don’t allow lift axles. Your local Kenworth dealer will know the rules and regulations.” In states where you don’t need to comply with the Bridge Formula, you can spec trucks shorter and with higher axle ratings, making them more maneuverable on job sites.

2010 Engines - SCR or EGR It’s also important to understand how the 2010 federal engine emissions standards may require some changes to be made when spec’ing for new truck purchases compared to your current dump truck spec. “The extent of these changes depends upon each dump truck operator’s choice between two available engine technologies, which may also affect truck performance and operating costs over its lifetime,” Parlier said. Operators can choose an engine aftertreatment approach that utilizes selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology in combination with exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), or an in-cylinder approach through increased EGR. Both technologies use EGR to circulate a portion of an engine’s exhaust gas back to the engine cylinders and a diesel particulate filter (DPF) to remove particulate matter from the exhaust. A critical difference is the amount of exhaust gas that is recirculated back to the engine; the enhanced EGR approach uses a significantly higher level of recirculated exhaust gases. SCR also mixes a reactant — most commonly a solution of urea and de-ionized water known as diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) — with the nitrogen oxides (NOx) in exhaust

gases. The exhaust then passes through a catalyst, where the DEF reacts with the NOx to convert it into nitrogen and water. Increased EGR reduces NOx by boosting the amount of exhaust gases in the engine cylinder, then slowing and cooling the combustion process and burning off pollutants. The increased heat created with the enhanced EGR approach requires greater engine cooling capacity. Increased EGR also requires more fuel to be injected into the DPF for active regenerations. “SCR doesn’t rely on engine heat to treat emissions, so SCR-based engines offer the advantage of higher fuel economy,” Parlier said. “Since SCR doesn’t narrow the engine’s maximum speed range for optimum efficiency, or its ‘sweet spot,’ to attain emission reductions, fleets also can still maintain fuel economy at lower or higher engine speeds.” According to Parlier, it is important for operators choosing SCR to consider DEF tank capacity and placement. “To support SCR system integration, Kenworth has a range of exhaust and DEF tank sizes and locations designed for dump trucks. This helps dump operators to maintain their wheelbase and body configuration when spec’ing Kenworth trucks with 2010 engines,” Parlier said. “For dump trucks where truck frame space is often critical, Kenworth provides a 5.6-gallon tank with a clear back of cab option. The tank has a range of more than 1,500 miles between refillings. When combined with a Kenworth SCR and DPF package under the cab access step, there is essentially no impact to the customer.” Not all SCR technology engines are the same, however. “An aftertreatment catalyst using copper zeolite is much more efficient than one with iron zeolite at reducing NOx at normal engine operating temperatures,” Parlier said. “Engines using copper zeolite may enjoy up to an additional 2 percent fuel economy improvement over engines using iron zeolite.” PACCAR engines and Cummins engines both use copper zeolite.

A Third Option: Natural Gas For those operators looking for an alternative to a standard diesel engine, natural gas-powered engines such as the Westport Innovations GX 15-L engine and LNG syssee ADVICE page 54


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tem for heavy duty Class 8 trucks can offer a third option. For those operators hauling particularly heavy bulk loads, the Westport GX, based on the Cummins ISX diesel engine, is available in power ratings of 400 to 475 hp (298 to 354 kW) and torque ratings of 1,450 to 1,750 lb.ft. Plus, the LNG fuel tanks can be configured to suit the operators’ range requirements. Operators who don’t need that high of horsepower or torque can spec the Cummins ISL G engine, which is rated at 320-hp (238 kW) and 1,000 lb.-ft of torque. The ISL G engine operates on either LNG or compressed natural gas (CNG). It uses a maintenance-free, three-way catalyst and is 2010 EPA- and CARB-compliant without the use of SCR technology or a DPF. “Deciding on whether to go with CNG- or LNG-powered trucks may be determined by the availability of the fuel in your area,” Parlier said. “With many local transit and government agencies using compressed natural gas to power buses and trucks, sources of CNG fuel may be easier to find in some areas than LNG.” Operators also should consider that fueling CNG-powered trucks doesn’t require special training as it does with LNG trucks, she added. However, LNG fuel has a higher energy density than CNG since it is a liquid, so an LNG-powered truck can go further on the same amount of fuel. Neither LNG nor CNG has the high energy density of diesel fuel, but both are cleaner fossil fuels, so they produce less carbon pollution than diesel fuel. Also, both are domestically produced, so they have the potential to reduce reliance on foreign oil. The drawback can be a significantly higher cost engine, Parlier said. But some state and local air quality control agencies may have limited programs with grants to help offset the additional cost of the engine technology. Plus, by deleting the additional weight associated with the SCR or EGR emission control systems, a natural gas-powered truck may be able to carry more payload. Load and Hauling Questions Some key questions need to be answered

concerning the loads that you expect to haul. For example, you will need a different chassis spec when hauling bulk loads such as asphalt, sand or gravel than you would if you hauled mostly demolition debris. If you’re planning on visiting a lot of demolition sites or are hauling heavy rock, you will need to have the body and suspension beefed up to handle the pounding it will take from the large masses going in the dump body. Your body supplier will have input on this. The hauling question relates to the environment or roads you are operating in. Are you going to spend a lot of time on very rough job sites or will most of the hauling be long distances on smooth gravel and sealed roads? “If you will be going off-road a lot into rough terrain, you’ll need a suspension that is heavier duty and has more articulation,” Parlier advised. “But if you’re hauling longer distances, you’ll need to consider the trade-off between the ease of dumping and the ability to haul more load per trip. For example, a transfer dump will allow you to haul more with one driver, but it will take longer to unload. Double bottom-trailers carry a lot of payload, too, but with those you’re limited on where you can drop the load — it’s a lot harder to dump gravel into a hole for a swimming pool, for instance, with bottom dumps.” The Drivetrain One of the big mistakes many people make with dump truck engines is they spec too much power, said Parlier. “You should get just enough horsepower to do the job. Generally, 350 to 400 hp is plenty for most applications. Extra horsepower just uses more fuel, puts more strain on the rest of the drivetrain, and adds cost up front. “If you go with a smaller 13-liter block, you save around 700 pounds over a 15-liter block,” Parlier said. The transmission installed with the engine needs a lot of ratio range. You need a low enough gear to get out of a hilly jobsite and high enough top gear to attain decent highway speeds. The Eaton Fuller 8LL transmission is a common truck spec, but she sug-

gested an 18-speed transmission for larger and heavier trucks. “The 8LL gives you two low gears for startability off-road and enough top-end range for the highway. But if you are hauling over 90,000 pounds, you should consider an 18-speed because you get much closer splits from bottom to top.” The typical dump truck uses rear axles rated at 46,000 lbs. (20,865 kg). This covers most trucks, from 14/16-yard solo dumps through combinations up to 110,000 GCW.

For those operators looking for an alternative to a standard diesel engine, natural gas-powered engines ... can offer a third option.

Another thing to remember for operating off-road is air filtration. Lots of drivers love the look of dual polished external air cleaners, and these provide excellent filtration with low air restriction. But they are quite expensive compared with under-hood air cleaners. A little money spent up front on a better air cleaner is cheap compared to a dusted engine. And better filtration will usually mean longer life for the filter elements. For example, dual 15-in. air cleaners will last more than 7 times as long as a single 11-in. underhood air cleaner before needing replacement. Weight Watching If you are hauling a lot of loads per day, cutting vehicle weight can be profitable. You can slim down by spec’ing components — such as wheels, air tanks and clutch housings — in aluminum rather than steel. “Use the smallest fuel tank you can get away with,” Parlier added. “Some operators can get away with a 56-gallon tank, but most

will need at least 75 to 90 gallons to get through a day.” You can also save valuable pounds by choosing the right suspension. “The difference can be as high as 400 pounds,” Parlier said of the different suspension options. To avoid hauling around extra steel in the vehicle frame, have the dealer work with a Kenworth application engineer so that you only get enough frame where you need it. You will typically need a strong crossmember at the back of the cab to strengthen the hoist mounting area. If you are planning to add lift axles later, make sure the dealer adds that information to the order so that the frame can be prepared for them. But remember that many of these weight savers will cost more up front. You will need to balance that against the gains you expect to make hauling more payload. Driver Performance Items Finally, consider a few driver performance-related items. To get the best turn performance and road feel from steering, Parlier recommended dual small gears rather than a large single steering gear. The dual system also will last longer than a single system. Try to spec as much glass area as possible. “Kenworth DayLite doors give a larger glass area in the main door window,” Parlier said. “You also want plenty of mirrors.” On a topic related to windows, Parlier suggested picking low-replacement cost windshields when they’re available. “Most vocational fleets replace at least one windshield side per truck per year. Twopiece flat-glass windshields with roped-in seals can be replaced in half an hour for a total cost of under a hundred dollars. This can save thousands of dollars over the life of the truck.” With lift axles, it’s smart to get a six-channel ABS system. “Lift axles, especially steerable ones, are normally over-braked for the load,” Parlier said. “By including them in the ABS system, they’re less likely to lock up and you reduce tire flat spotting.” To enhance truck productivity and the driving experience, consider adding a navigation system Parlier said.

Mack Powers Up Merchandise Sales With Redesigned Web Site REDESIGN from page 53

The Web site has a similar look to Mack’s company Web site, macktrucks.com. The shopping site features large photos and is easy to navigate with clear product

categories and listings. Customers can find just what they are looking for by choosing a category such as “Caps” or “Toys,” or they can browse by themes like “Retro Collection,” “Man’s Best Friend” or “Military.”

“The Mack Shop is a great way for us to strengthen the customer’s experience with the Mack brand,” said Creech. “With easy shopping, Facebook sharing and other social media elements, the Web site will build on Mack’s reputation around

the world as the leader in heavy duty trucks.” The redesigned Mack Shop site is one aspect of Mack’s strategy to increase sales of licensed products to a worldwide audience. In addition to the online and brick-and-

mortar shops, Mack opened a holiday kiosk at Hanes Mall, located near the company’s headquarters in Greensboro, N.C., and is pursuing opportunities to sell Mackbranded items through mainstream retail outlets.


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Monroe Tractor Named Kleemann Distributor Monroe Tractor and Kleemann will be offering seven different models of portable jaw crushers as well as seven models of portable impact crushers and seven models of portable screening plants, including this Kleemann 19D screen.

Monroe Tractor is now the authorized distributor of Kleemann crushing and screening equipment in central and western New York. The product will be distributed through the Elmira, Binghamton, Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse locations. Kleemann, a division of the Wirtgen Group, is a 150-year old company headquartered in Germany. It has been manufacturing mobile crusher and screening plants since the 1920’s. The company as a whole has been concentrating its efforts more and more on stationary crushing and screening plants since the 1960’s and in the 1980’s was one of the pioneers in the construction of track mounted mobile equipment. Monroe Tractor and Kleemann will be offering seven different models of portable jaw crushers as well as seven models of portable impact crushers and seven models of portable screening plants. “We are very excited about bringing the Kleemann product to our customers. We have had a tremendous relationship and great successes with the other products from the Wirtgen Group [Wirtgen mills, Hamm compaction and Vogele pavers]. Their products have been extraordinarily engineered with quality and durability that is unsurpassed,” said Chris Felosky,

product support manager of Monroe Tractor. “Over the past decade we have seen an increased demand from our customers for crushing screening and recycling products. Our Wirtgen customers who are involved in asphalt paving and recycling are increasingly looking towards recycling asphalt products and our excavating, site work and demolition contractors are increasingly seeing the benefits of producing aggregate and top soil on site. The Kleemann product offers many advantages including higher production rates, remote control operation, easy access points for serviceability, and extended screen life. The diesel powered engines which work in conjunction with electric generators dramatically decrease fuel consumption. All of these features and more make Monroe Tractor confident that we are bringing our customers the right product to satisfy their needs.” In addition to products from Wirtgen Group, Monroe Tractor also represents Case, Doosan, LeeBoy, Vibroscreen, RPM Tech, NPK, Talbert and Towmaster. For more information, visit www.monroetractor.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

(L-R) are Mark Kastner, Monroe Tractor salesman; Chris Felosky, Monroe Tractor product support manager; and Paul McClaren, head of service of Kleemann.

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Conn.’s Scalia Brothers Counts On Decades-Old Equipment Scalia Brothers Sand & Gravel is a small company founded in 1948 on a 15 acre site on Terryville Road in Bristol, Conn., by Frank and Anthony Scalia. Today the company’s several sites total 90 acres, with more in the offing. All the crushing is still done at the Terryville Road facility with a crushing, screening and conveying system based largely on decades-old Grasan equipment. Virtually all crushed material is granite. “Yes, we’re a small company, and our lifeblood depends on older — some people would call them ancient — pieces of equipment that we have kept in excellent running condition over a period of many years,” said General Manager Gabriel Russo. “Some of the oldest pieces we have are a Grasan crushing plant with a Hewitt Robins 3042 jaw purchased new in 1988, a Grasan screening plant with a Seco screen purchased new in 1974, and a series of Grasan conveyors and stackers purchased new in the 1970s and 80s. We have never had a major breakdown with our Grasan equipment. We’ve rebuilt the jaw plant electric motor once or twice. That’s about it. “The jaw crusher was purchased as a portable plant. Some years ago we started using it on a stationary basis, mounted it on a concrete base for stability and removed the wheels for ease of maintenance. Based on the way the jaw crusher plant is performing and how well it’s holding up, I fully expect it to last another 15 years or so,” Russo said. “Even though Grasan is now a much larger company and primarily designs and builds large aggregate plants, they still take good care of a small company like ours. Recently we called them for some information on our 22-year-old jaw plant. They got right back to us with the technical info and a simple part to keep us up and running. That’s very typical. That kind of backup — plus product quality — are the main reasons why we’ve bought more equipment from Grasan over the years than any other manufacturer. “Incidentally this is and always has been a family company. My mother-in-law, Mrs. Frank [Ann] Scalia is the owner and is involved in company management. I think there is an advantage for our customers in dealing with a family-run operation. Nobody works as hard as the owners of a company — especially a small company — and nobody tries harder to please the customers. It’s a matter of pride, reputation and our life’s blood. “We’ve had offers over the years to buy us out, including recently. But we’ve always declined. We like this business; we know this business; and this business knows us,”

This Grasan portable jaw crusher plant, in operation since 1988, has been mounted on a concrete pad for stationary operation, with wheels removed for ease of maintenance.

Russo said. Crushed granite materials produced by Scalia Brothers include 3 in. bank run gravel (sub base), 1.25 in. process gravel (usually used on top of sub base), .75 in. stone, .5 in. stone and stone dust (used primarily by landscapers with pavers for patios and similar applications). Other products include screen sand, pipe bedding sand, and screen topsoil. In addition, Scalia Brothers accumulates trucked-in asphalt rubble until there is enough to have an outside contract company come in and crush it for use as RAP (recycled asphalt pavement). Scalia’s fleet of trucks brings in materials from its other sites to be stockpiled and crushed at the Terryville Road facility. Area excavation and building contractors bring in see SCALIA page 70

Scalia Brothers General Manager Gabriel Russo.


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NDALaunches New Online Professional Training System The National Demolition Association has launched an online training system offering more than 2,000 eLearning courses that meet the specialized needs of the construction industry. NDA’s Online Training, powered by the courseware management source Portico Learning Solutions, is available to NDA members and the industry at large. “As the leading authoritative voice of the demolition industry, we decided to take the initiative by making these essential courses available to professionals involved in the demolition process in areas such as environmental, health and safety, transportation, and IT skills,” said Michael R. Taylor, executive director of the NDA. “We identified Portico as the premier source of custom eLearning course development and decided to partner with them on this ambitious undertaking.” The self-paced online interactive training courses feature a sophisticated course management program that tracks how much of a course has been completed, which sections have been visited, and how many modules the user has completed and been tested on. “Users can start and stop courses as needed, while the system remembers for them exactly where they left off,” explained Taylor. Once a course is purchased, users can return and review it as many times as they wish during a 12-month period. As users complete each course module, testing takes places and a grade is instantly issued. When all requirements are fulfilled, the system issues a unique certificate of completion to the user. “As we designed the NDA’s Online Training system, we wanted to combine the intuitive ease of eCommerce that most people know, with eLearning,” Taylor explained. “We also want to share the in-depth experience of the demolition industry with other construction professionals by offering extremely valuable courses on topics like fall protection, dealing with bloodborne pathogens and courses with OSHA standardized content that is vetted by industry experts.” In addition to courses aimed at the technical aspects of the construction industry, the educational offering provides courses for every aspect of business management, including IT and business skills, desktop computer skills, medical and legal compliance, human resources training, project management and Six Sigma. The NDA’s Online Training portal is found within the NDA Learning Center, a page on the NDA Web site that has links to the NDA Safety Talks series, the Demolition Safety Manual and the Lead-in-Construction employee training program. Users can navigate to the system by clicking on several topics at the top of the NDA homepage, including “Our Industry/Education,” “Safety”, and “Public Relations.” At present, the NDA’s Online Training program is available for individual use. In early 2011, the association plans to roll out a courseware management program specifically for corporate use. It will enable companies to track the continuing education programs for all of its employees. For more information, call 800/541-2412 or visit www.demolitionassociation.com.


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Family-Owned Company Sticks With Its Independence SCALIA from page 64

additional materials. Scalia Brothers sells products to road builders, building contractors and others. Currently the company is supplying road base for a major highway project, with some of it delivered to the site by Scalia trucks and some picked up by the customer. “We don’t have a dedicated maintenance staff; we have a small, do-everything staff, including me,” Russo said. “Maintenance performed on our equipment is fairly simple. We go by the manufacturer’s recommendations. We lubricate as needed and keep all the hydraulic and other oils and filters changed regularly. When the jaw dies wear down to about 1/2 inch at the bottom end, we invert them 180 degrees and replace them when the bottom — formerly the top — is down to 1/2 inch. I can’t tell you how many million tons of granite we’ve run through our Grasan jaw and screen plants over the years; but it’s been a lot, and the equipment has held up beautifully.” For more information, call Grasan at 419/526-4440 or visit www.grasan.com. For more information, call Scalia Brothers Sand & Gravel at 860/583-6466.

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Backhoe Loaders 2003 John Deere 310SG, s/n 915130, cab w/heat, 4WD, standard hoe, good condition, 3005 hours .... .........................................$39,900. 2007 John Deere 310SJ TMC, s/n 149270, cab w/heat & A/C, 4WD, extend-a-hoe, “TMC” seat mounted joysticks, excellent condition, 690 hours ................................$69,500. 2007 John Deere 310SG, s/n 963304, cab w/heat & A/C, 4WD, extend-a-hoe, very good condition, 720 hrs ..............................$64,500. 2007 John Deere 310SG, s/n 961729, cab w/heat & A/C, 4WD, extend-a-hoe,, very good condition, 1330 hrs ............................$60,000. Harter Equipment Inc. Sean Sheehan 732/446-7600 Ext. 206 2007 John Deere 310J, ROPS, turbo, 4x4, GP loader, 24’’ bucket, very good condition, 71 hours ........ ..........................................$58,635. 2007 John Deere 310J, ROPS, 4x4, power S trans., GP front bucket, 24’’ BH bucket, very good condition, 55 hours ...................$57,200. 2009 John Deere 310SJ, ROPS, turbo, 4x4, PS trans., P controls, ext. hoe, GP loader bucket, 24’’ BH bucket, excellent condition, 38 hours. ...............................$73,700. 2006 John Deere 310SG, ROPS, turbo, 4x4, PS trans, P control, ext. hoe, GP bucket, 24’’ BH bucket, excellent condition, 384 hours ........ ..........................................$57,300. 2004 John Deere 410G, ROPS, 4x4, turbo, P controls, PS trans, ext. hoe, GP bucket, 24’’ BH bucket, good condition, 2862 hours ............ ..........................................$39,500. Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 843-572-0400 NEW & USED BACKHOE LOADERS Eagle Power & Equipment Montgomeryville PA 215/699-5871 New Castle DE 302/652-3028 Eagle PA 610/458-7054

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CAM Superline 7CAM818DO, s/n 16378, 2007 Left Over, 7 ton deck over, 8’x20’ deck, electric brakes, stake pockets, D-rings, tool box, yellow ......................................$5,500. 2006 Stephan Greene SLG-12A2, s/n 89002, 12 ton, ABS brakes, 19’x8’ deck w/6’’ beavertail & 5’ ramps, D-ringd, dual axle w/slipper spring susp ........................$10,000. 2004 Mid Atlantic MAEH1810, s/n 17287, 5 ton landscape trailer, 82’’ x18’ deck, electrick brakes, stake pockets, tool box, black, very good condition ..............................$2,000.

2002 Rosco SweepPro, 8’ w/ poly brush, 85hp Cummins, new condition......................................$29,995

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Thursday, January 13: HOUSTON, TEXAS: Very Large One Owner Job Completion: Heavy Equipment Auction Including: (2) Volvo A40Ds, 2008 Cat D6N w/ Topcon System, (2) Hitachi ZX450, (3) JD 450HLGP and Much More!

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DTBA: ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA: Estate Auction: Complete Liquidation of Automotive Dismantling Operation. MAC Car Crusher, Rubber Tired Loaders, Rollback & Dump Trucks, Vans, Over 100 Cars (40-50 Running), UNBELIEVABLE Accumulation of Motors, Transmissions, Shocks, Glass & Much More.

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Secured Party Auction: Cat Construction Equipment, Support Attachments, Late Model Mack Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, & Equipment Trailers FRIDAY, JANUARY 14 @ 10:00 AM CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTIONS: From Charlotte: I-277 N/NC-16N for approximately 1/2 mile, exit 5A and merge onto I-77 N/ US-21N toward I-85/ Statesville for 22 miles. Take exit 33 for US-21, right at Charlotte Hwy/ US-21 for 2.7 miles, exit onto NC-150/ E Plaza Dr. for 7.8 miles. Right at London Rd./NC-1559 for 1/2 mile to sale site. Address: 2295 London Road Mooresville, NC 28115.

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Construction, Aerials, Support Equipment, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers SATURDAY, JANUARY 15 @ 9:30 AM (DELAWARE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS) DIRECTIONS: From the North/South: take I-71 to Rte. 36 & US 37 Exit, proceed West on Rtes. 36 & 37 for 9 miles to Delaware. Turn right on Rte. 23 North for 1.2 miles to the sale site. Entrance on left at the Travelodge. From the East/West: Take I-70 to I-270 bypass, proceed North on I-270 to I-71 to Exit for Rtes. 36 & US 37 and proceed as noted above. NOTE: Auction Entrance is off of Rt. 23. Address: 935 U.S. 23 North Delaware, OH 43015. NOTE: Selling will be late model rental fleet equipment from several Ohio rental fleets.

HILITES INCLUDE: ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: Cat D25D, 4 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: JD 270LC, 2005-2003 JD 230CLC, Cat 315L, 2 MOTOR GRADERS: Champion 715, Champion 710 Series IV, MOTOR SCRAPER: Cat 621E, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 930, Cat 924F, 7 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D7G, Cat D6RXL, Cat D6HXL, Cat D6D, Cat D5MXL, Cat D5HXL, 2001 JD 700HLT, CRAWLER LOADER: Cat 963B, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Cat 416B (4x4), SOIL COMPACTOR: Cat 815, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) IR SD100F, SKID STEERS: Cat 252, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: Skytrak 8042, 3 BOOM LIFTS: Snorkel TB60 (4X4), (2) Snorkel TB42 (4, 7 SCISSOR LIFTS: Skyjack 8841, Skyjack 6832, Skyjack 4832,(2) Skyjack 4626, Skyjack 3226, Genie IWP25S, 2 AIR COMPRESSORS: (2) Airman 185CFM, UTILITY TRACTORS: 2006 Kubota L4630GSTC, 2 LIGHT PLANTS: (2) 2006 Genie, WATER TRUCKS: 2008 Ford F750, 9 DUMP TRUCKS: (2) 2007 Mack CV713 (tri.), 2000-1999 Mack RD688S (t/a), 2007 Sterling LT8511 (t/a), (2) 2006 International 7500 (t/a), 1997 Int’l. 5700 Paystar (t/a), 1995 Ford F Series (s/a), TRUCK TRACTORS: 2007 Mack CV713 (t/a), SERVICE TRUCKS: 1996 Ford F Super Duty, FUEL & LUBE TRUCK: 1982 GMC Kodiak (s/a), PICKUPS:1996 Ford F Super Duty, DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2007 Fontaine TH55-26 (55 Ton), ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Root Grapple, Tree Boom, Backhoe, Frames, 3500-4800-5600 Thumbs, Stump Buckets, Quick Attach Plates, Snow & Mulch Buckets, New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Excavators: New 2010 Grizzly HT1035 Universal Thumbs, New 2010 Grizzly MT2650 Universal Thumbs, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Mustang Plate Compactors, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, Diamond Blades, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Impact Wnreches, New Water Hose.

HILITES INCLUDE: HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006 Terex TX175, RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Komatsu WA320-3L, CRAWLER LOADER: Cat 973, 3 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2003-2002 Case 590 Super M-II (4x4), Case 580M (4x4), 4 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2007 Bobcat T300, 2005 Bobcat T250, (2) 2007 JD CT322, 5 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (4) JCB 506C, 2006 Terex TX55-19, 2 FORKLIFTS: Cat 6,000lb., 7,000lb., 2 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) 2005 Skyjack SJ7127, TRENCH ROLLERS: Rammax, HORIZONTAL GRINDER: 2001 Terex , 2 AIR COMPRESSORS: (2) 2007 Airman 185, GENERATORS: New Sparks 12500watt, 2 LIGHT PLANTS: (2) 2007 Genie TML4000, AGRICULTURAL TRACTOR: 2001 JD 9400, BUCKET TRUCKS:1985 Autocar (6x6), CRANE TRUCK: 1997 Mack CH613 (t/a), 4 TRUCK TRACTORS: 1993 Mack CH600 (t/a), 1994 Ford LTA9000 (t/a), 1995 Ford LN8000 (s/a), 1996 Int’l. 8100 (t/a), 4 DUMP TRUCKS: 1997 Mack CH613 (t/a), 1998 Sterling LT8500 (tri.), 1996 Ford FN8000 (s/a), 1998 Ford F Series (s/a), FUEL/ LUBE TRUCKS: 1990 Freightliner (s/a), ROLLOFF TRUCKS: 1982 Mack R685 (t/a), VAN TRUCKS: 1991 Ford F700 (s/a), 2 CAB & CHASSIS: 2005 Freightliner Business Class (s/a), 1981 Peterbilt 353 (t/a), 4 DETACAHBLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2011 Witzco RG50 50 ton (tri.), 2011 Witzco RG35 35 ton (t/a), 1986 Transcraft 35 ton (t/a), 1970 Talbert 40 ton (t/a), ROLLOFF TRAILERS: 1990 Montone 32ft. (tri.), DUMP TRAILERS: 1988 East 28ft. (t/a), 2 DUMP BODIES: (2) New 9ft. Steel, DUMP TRAILERS: Fruehauf 28ft. (tri.), FLATBED TRAILERS: 1997 Transcraft 45ft. (t/a), REEFER TRAILERS: 1999 Stoughton 48ft. (t/a), 5 POLE TRAILERS: (5) Expandable (s/a), 4 FLATBED BODIES: (2) New 12ft. Steel, (2) New 10ft. Steel, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Root Grapple, Tree Boom, Backhoe, Frames, 3500-4800-5600 Thumbs, Stump Buckets, Quick Attach Plates, Snow & Mulch Buckets, New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Excavators: New 2010 Grizzly HT1035 Universal Thumbs, New 2010 Grizzly MT2650 Universal Thumbs, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Mustang Plate Compactors, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, Diamond Blades, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Impact Wnreches, New Water Hose., Pintle Hitches, Ratchet Straps, Diamond Blades, Submersible Pumps, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Air Spray Gun Kit, Water Pump, Mustang Rammer, Jack Hammer Air Hose, Hammer Drill, Hose Reels, Scaffolding, Porta Powers, Straps, Bottle Jacks, Battery Charger, Winches, Socket, Hose Reel, Booster Packs, Weedeater, Chainsaws, Vise, Sandblaster, Drill Press, Tri-Ball, Post Hole Digger, Cherry Picker, Wagon, Trailer Jacks, Pressure Jack.

SALE SITE PHONE: (863) 325-5949 NC FIRM # 5682, NC AUCTIONEER Jack Lyon

SALE SITE PHONE: (740) 363-9389, 863-602-8365 OHIO LICENSE #: 63199360809, OHIO AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 62199360989

NOTE: Selling for a local financial institution equipment from the construction industry that was used locally in the Carolina area by one contractor.

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itchie Bros. Auctioneers held an unreserved auction on Nov. 17 in Stafford Springs, (Hartford) Conn., featuring equipment from more than 70 consignors. Online bidders from 28 countries partici-

pated while, 1,000-plus bidders explored the sale in person. Bidders from outside the state made up 80 percent of the participants and onsite bidders took home 75 percent of the nearly 800 pieces of equipment that were sold.

Gary Marks (L) and his son, Jeff, Marks Contracting, Lebanon, Pa., find a dry place to sit and rest their feet during the auction.

Bill Krawski Jr., president, U.S.A. Exporters LLC, South Windsor, Conn., attended the Ritchie Bros. sale on Nov. 17.

(L-R): Josh Redwilowicz, Matt Mountain and Mike Morris, three amigos from Southwick, Mass., traveled to Stafford Springs, Conn., to survey more than 800 lots of heavy equipment for sale.

Marc Cox (L), executive vice president of Novel Iron Works Inc., Greenland, N.H., chats with Stephen Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Duggan, territory manager, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, Cohasset, Mass.

(L-R): Gerry Carney, C.N. Wood Co. Inc., Woburn, Mass., Bryn Smith, The N.I.C.E. Company, Bellingham, Mass., and Gerry Carney Jr., Equipment East LLC, Dracut, Mass., stop talking business for a quick photo-op. & #


Komatsu GD655-5 Motorgrader Features New Transmission, Cab

Komatsu America Corp.’s GD655-5 motorgrader is powered by a powerful and highly fuel-efficient, EPA Tier III emission certified Komatsu SAA6D107E-1 engine. With an increased maximum horsepower of 218 (162 kW) and an increased standard configuration weight of 35,351 lbs., (16,035 kg), the GD655-5 is entering the largest grader segment in North America.

defrost, 12V power port, radio, lunch box holder, cup holder and coat hook are all standard. The console mounted hydraulic controls are arranged in the industry standard pattern on each side of the steering wheel, with Komatsu-designed control valves built specifically for graders. The closed center load sensing hydraulic system (CLSS) offers consistent and precise control, ensuring the operator is in total command.

Enhanced Performance The completely new power train design positions the engine at the rear of the machine. This placement, along with Maintenance Made Easier the increased weight on the front axle, provides better conThe new GD655-5 has been designed for quick and easy trol, according to the manufacturer. maintenance. The easy-to-read multi-colored panel monitor Komatsu engine technology provides a three-stage 2- allows the operator to check the current daily machine funcMode system that produces higher power with reduced fuel tions. Large service doors open wide for easy access to servconsumption. This 2-Mode system allows the operator to ice points and daily routine maintenance. Refueling can be select either an economy mode or a power mode, depending on the work application. The three-stage system offers three levels of power from gear one through gear eight, producing more productivity with a 20 percent fuel consumption savings when compared to the previous model. The Komatsu new dualmode power shift transmission is designed and built specifically for Komatsu graders. The dual-mode provides a lockup torque converter mode as well as a direct drive mode. There is a new anti-stall mode for direct drive. Before the grader stalls in a low speed application, the transmission shifts to the torque converter Komatsu’s GD655-5 motorgrader is powered by a Tier III emission certified mode ensuring operator con- Komatsu SAA6D107E-1 engine trol. In addition to a 9 percent power increase, the weight of the easily done from the ground. The tandem now does not base machine has been increased 8 percent. The additional require greasing. weight and increased wheelbase add up to more stability, The new hydraulic driven reversible fan saves power and easier blade positioning and greater productivity. reduces noise. When working in dusty conditions the fan can be reversed and the radiator cleaned easily. Modern Cab In addition, the GD655-5 is equipped with KOMTRAX The new Komatsu-designed cab has a hexangular shape technology, which sends machine operating information to a that eliminates the front corner pillars, which allows for secure Web site utilizing wireless technology. KOMTRAX greater visibility. tracks fuel consumption on a daily average, as well as actuThe cab of the GD655-5 provides enhanced visibility al working and idle hours—in addition to relaying data such through the wide floor-to-ceiling side windows. The narrow as operating hours, location, cautions, and maintenance front console and narrow saddle arms offer the operator a alerts to the web application for analysis. It also relays clear view, providing the confidence to maximize productiv- machine abnormalities information. ity. A tapered engine hood improves the view to the rear of The KOMTRAX fleet monitoring system increases the machine and the rear ripper. machine availability, reduces the risk of machine theft, With a 21 percent larger cab, the operator has extra leg allows for remote diagnosis by the distributor, and provides room and a low noise level of only 74dB(A). The open cab a wealth of other information to drive business efficiency includes tinted windows with intermittent wiper/washers on and productivity. all windows. Air conditioner/heater, electric rear window For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.

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MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from

LOUIS GHERLONE EXCAVATING & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

275 ROUTE 32, NORTH FRANKLIN, CT 06254 DAY 1 • FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 9:00 AM CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING & PAVING EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS PARTIAL LISTING: EXCAVATORS: MATERIAL HANDLERS: CRAWLER TRACTORS & LOADERS RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: SKID STEERS: SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: PAVING EQUIPMENT: CRUSHING & SCREENING PLANTS & COMPONENTS: LARGE GENSETS: ROLLERS & COMPACTORS: TELESCOPIC BOOM LIFTS: ROUGH TERRAIN, TELESCOPIC & PNEUMATIC TIRED FORKLIFTS: MOTOR GRADERS & SCRAPERS: FORESTRY EQUIPMENT: PILING EQUIPMENT: ARTICULATED & RIDGID FRAME END DUMPS: CRANES: BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: ROLLOFF & ROLLBACK TRUCKS: FRONT DISCHARGE MIXER TRUCKS: REFUSE TRUCKS: TRUCK TRACTORS: TRI, T/A & S/A DUMPS: BUCKET & BOOM TRUCKS: REEFER TRAILERS: DETACHABLE & LOWBED TRAILERS: VAN, FLATBED & SGL DROP TRAILERS: TAG-ALONG & OTHER H.D. EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: LIVE BOTTOM TRAILERS: SPECIALIZED DELIVERY TRAILERS: SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT & TRUCKS: SNOW HANDLING EQUIPMENT: UTILITY, FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: SERVICE, WATER, FUEL & LUBE TRUCKS: TANK TRUCKS & TRAILERS: FIRE TRUCKS: FLEET VEHICLES: BUS: MOTORCYCLES: COLLECTOR VEHICLES: SWEEPERS: PARTS VEHICLES: TRENCH & SHORING BOXES & ROAD PLATES: SEA & STORAGE CONTAINERS (Some Both Days): EQUIPMENT & TRUCK PARTS & COMPONENTS: AND MORE! DAY 2 • SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 9:00 AM CONTRACTOR SUPPORT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT WALK BEHIND SWEEPERS & SCRUBBERS: GENSETS, COMPRESSORS, PUMPS, WELDERS & LIGHT TOWERS: MESSAGE & ARROW BOARDS: MAN LIFTS & SCISSOR LIFTS: CUSHION TIRE & WAREHOUSE FORKLIFTS: UTILITY TRACTORS & ATTACHMENTS: UTILITY VEHICLES: BOATS & RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: WOOD CHIPPERS, STUMP GRINDERS & MULCHERS: COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE & GROUNDS CARE EQUIPMENT: UTILITY & LANDSCAPE TRAILERS: THREE PT HITCH ATTACHMENTS: OUTBUILDINGS: HAZMAT EQUIPMENT: MAJOR INVENTORY OF CONSTRUCTION, GENERAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY CONTRACTOR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: AND MORE! CONSIGNMENTS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED BROCHURE DEADLINE JANUARY 6TH TERMS: Complete payment or a minimum requirement of 20% deposit day of sale in Cash, Certified or Guaranteed Funds. Balance due within 4 days.

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275 Route 32, North Franklin, CT 06254, (860) 642-4200, Fax: (860) 642-7900 www.petrowskyauctioneers.com


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Steve Gullitti (L) accompanied his father, Jean Gullitti of Gullitti Builders, Middletown, Conn., to inspect the various lots of equipment for sale.

Mark Doty, The W.I. Clark Company, Wallingford, Conn., examines this 2006 John Deere 624J wheel loader as he determines whether or not to make a bid.

Mike Pearl of Equipment Mart of N.Y. Inc. and FlangeLock, Greenwich, Conn., previews a 2006 Terex 760B after the start of the sale.

Sam Beisler of Sewer Sand and Gravel, Oneonta, N.Y., climbed up this large 2007 Komatsu PC1250LC-7 hydraulic excavator to get a better look.

This 2000 Manitowoc 2250 Series 3 maxer and luffer prepped 300-ton (272 t) crawler crane greeted auction attendees as they ventured on to the sale site.

Steve Coots (L) and son, Adam, of ST Coots LLC, drove all the way from Bath, N.Y., to attend the Conn. auction.


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9 DAYS OF SELLING!! 18th Annual Rental Returns Auction of Construction Equipment, Aerial, Forklift, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers, Support & Attachment. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29 - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY, 6 @ 9:00 A.M. • KISSIMMEE, (WINTER GARDEN) FLORIDA DIRECTIONS: From Tampa: I-4E to Rte. 27N for 6.5 miles to Rt. 192E for 1 mile. Left on Avalon Rd. for 3 miles to sale site on left. From Orlando: I-4W to Rt. 192W for 5.5 miles, turn right on Avalon Rd. to sale site. Address: 12601 State Rd. 545 North (Avalon Rd.), Winter Garden, FL 34787. JACK’S NOTE: Once again we’re returning to Kissimmee with the sale that gets bigger and better each year! It’s recognized as “The Class Sale”, where top-quality equipment is the norm, not the exception. You can become part of construction history either as a buyer or a seller. The equipment comes from the BEST authorized dealership rental fleets including NEFF, RSC (Rental Service Corp.), Genie, Doosan, JCB & JLG, Sunbelt, Hertz and Caterpillar Rental Fleets, Florida Contractor’s Rental.

*** SPECIAL NOTE: For Non-US Resident Bidders: A $10,000 Cashier’s Check Deposited Prior to Bidding will be Required. * No Exceptions. HILITES: 2 ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: 2009 Grove RT890, Terex RT335, 39 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: Unused Case 340B, (3) Unused Case 340, Unused Case 335B, (3) Unused Case 330B, (3) Unused Case 330, (2)2004 Cat 740, (2) 2006-2002 Cat 725, Cat 725, (5) Cat D400E, Cat D350E, Cat D250E-II, (3) Cat D250E, Cat D25C, 2007 Terex TA30, (2) 2008 Terex TA27, (2) 2007 JCB 722 (4x4), 2005 JCB 718 (4x4), (2) Volvo A35V, Volvo A25, Komatsu HA270, 161 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (3) 2007-(2) 2006 Cat 345CL, (2) Cat 345BME, (3) 2007- (6) 2006 Cat 330DL, (3) 2006-2004 Cat 330CL, (2) Cat 330L, Cat 325CL, 2006 Cat 324DL, (4) Cat 322BL, 2008-2007 Cat 320DL, (2) 2006-(2) 2004 Cat 320CL, Cat 320CL, 2005 Cat 318CL, 2006-(3) 2005 Cat 315CL, Cat 215BLC, 2008 JD 350DLC, (2) 2007-2004 JD 270DLC, 2006 JD 240DLC, 2007 JD 200CLC, 2004 JD 160, (3) 2005 JD 120C, 2004 Volvo EC240BLC, 2007 Volvo EC210CL, 2005-(3) 2004 Kobelco SK330LC, (2) Kobelco SK300LC Mark IV, 2004-2003 Kobelco SK290LC, 2008 Kobelco SK260LC-8, (2) 2004 Kobelco SK250LC, 2004 Kobelco 235SRLC, 2008-(2) 2004-2001 Kobelco SK210LC, 2004 -2003 Kobelco 135SRLC, Komatsu PC450LC-6KJ, (3) Komatsu PC400LC, 2005- (2) 2004 Komatsu PC300LC-7, 2005-2004 Komatsu PC228USLC, 2007- 2006 Komatsu PC200LC-8, 2004 Komatsu PC200LC-7, Komatsu PC128US, (2) 2006 Komatsu PC50MR, (5) 2006 Komatsu PC35MR-2, Hitachi ZX850LC, 2006 Hitachi ZX330LC, 2002 Hitachi ZX200LC, 2004 Hitachi ZX160, (2) 2003 Case CX130, (4) 2005 Case CX36B, (17) 2005 Case CX27B, 2007 Terex TXC340, 2007 Terex TXC300, 2008 Terex TXC225LC-2, 2007 Terex TXC180, 2007 Terex TXC140, 2008 Terex TXC50, 2003 JCB JS330L, 2005 JCB JS130, (2) 2008 NH EC50B, 2006 IR ZX125, 2007 Doosan 170-3, (3) 2006 –(2) 2004 Gehl 353, 2005 Bobcat 331, 2005 Bobcat 323, Kubota KX161-3, Kubota KX91-2SR1, 2004 IHI 45NX, (3) 2003 IHI 35N, (3) IHI 7J, 2005 Takeuchi TB175, 2005 Takeuchi TB145, (5) 2005-2004 Takeuchi TB135, 2005 Takeuchi TB125, 2007 Takeuchi TB35R, 2005 Takeuchi TB108, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR: 2001 Gradall XL2300, 38 MOTOR GRADERS: 2009 Cat 140M, Cat 140H, (7) Cat 140G, Cat 135H, (2) Cat 14G, 2006 Cat 120H, Cat 120G, (4) Cat 12H, (5) Cat 12G, 2009 Komatsu GD655, 2007 Komatsu GD655-3EO, 2001 Volvo 710A-VHP, 2006-2005 Case 865, 2008 Sany PQ160, (2) JD 670C, (2) JD 670, Champion 740, Fiat Allis FG85A, Fiat Allis FG85A, Fiat Allis 65B, 5 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (5) Cat 621F, 2 PULL SCRAPERS: (2) 2004 Icon 18D, 7 INTEGRATED TOOL CARRIERS: 2005 Komatsu WA250PT-5L, 2005 Cat IT28G, (3) Cat IT28F, Cat IT18F, Cat IT18, 64 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 988F, 2010 Cat 980H, 2008 Cat 980H, 2004 Cat 980G-II, (2) Cat 980G, (2) Cat 972G, (2) Cat 966G, (5) Cat 966F, 2008-2006 Cat 950H, 2004 Cat 950G, (3) Cat 950G, Cat 950F, (2) 2005 Cat 938G, (3) Cat 938G, Cat 938F, Cat 930G, (2) Cat 930, Cat 928G, Cat 928, Cat 924G, Cat 908, (3) 2008-2006-(5) 2004 JD 644J, 2009 JD 624K, 2006-(2) 2004 JD 624J, 2007-2005 JD 544J, 2003 JD 544H, (2) 2004 Komatsu WA380-5L, 20082007 Komatsu WA320-5L, Komatsu WA150, Komatsu WA146-5, 2006 IR WL440, (2) 2006 Volvo L110L, TCM 806, 2006 Luigong CLG856-II, Case 921C, 77 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2004 Cat D9T, Cat D9G, (3) Cat D8T, (8) Cat D8R, Cat D8N, Cat D8L, Cat D8K, 2001 Cat D7RLGP, 2006 Cat D6RLGP, Cat D7RLGP, Cat D7R, Cat D7HLGP, (2) Cat D7H, Cat D7E, 2007 -2006- (2) 2004 Cat D6RXW, Cat D6RLGP, (2) 2006-2002 D6RXL-II, (2) 2007 Cat D6RXL (6 way), (3) 2006 Cat D6NLGP, Cat D6MXL, 2008 Cat D6KXL, (2) Cat D6HXL, (2) Cat D6HLGP-II, (4) Cat D6H, Cat D5MXL, Cat D5HXL, 2005-(3) 2003 Cat D5GXL, 2007-2006-2003 Cat D5GLGP, (3) Cat D5GLGP, Cat D4H, Cat D4G, 2004 Cat D3GXL, 20062005 700JLGP, 2004 JD 700H, 2007-2006 JD 650JLGP, JD 650J, (4) 2004 JD 650H, 2006 JD 550JLGP, 2005 Komatsu D155AX-5, Komatsu D155A, 2007 Komatsu D61PX-15, 2007 Komatsu D39PX-21, 2006 Case 1150KWT, 2005 Case 850K, 10 CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 973, 2008 Cat 963D, 2001 Cat 963C, Cat 963C, (2) Cat 963B, Cat 953C, 2008 JD 755D, JD 755D, 2005 JD 755C-II, 102 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2008-(2) 2007 Cat 420EIT (4x4), (5) 2008-20072006 Cat 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ing station. This station has sensors installed in the roadway and is wired to a control cabinet on the side of the road. The traffic data can be accessed via a telephone line from a remote location. This equipment is advanced enough to obtain vehicle classification and count as well as motorcycle usage. “PennDOT has a similar station, though not as sophisticated, in place on SR 22 west of SR 119. A major benefit to this system is that crews do not have to risk their safety installing temporary counting devices on the highway to collect data,” said Barate. Pyretic rock, residual waste and hazardous material were all part of the excavation. The pyretic rock was placed as fill but had to be neutralized with an alkaline material prior to being encapsulated in clay. The residual material also was placed as fill and encapsulated in clay under the new roadway. The hazardous material was removed by an environmental subcontractor and properly disposed of offsite. Aseparate contract was designed in-house by the PennDOT District Maintenance Unit

before the project could start due to the discovery of a rare species of bat on the site. The Indiana Bat (“Myotis sodalis”) inhabited the trees on parts of the project area. The trees in the project limits could only be cut down from November through March. To include this work in the main contract would have caused a one-year delay. This stretch of SR 22 has an ADT of 11,000, with 16 percent trucks. Two-way traffic was maintained throughout the project at all times, except for limited work-area flagging, with a reduced speed limit of 45 mph. The speed reduction provided increased safety for workers and the traveling public. “Thanks to the initial and ongoing efforts by every unit in PennDOT’s Indiana District Office, New Enterprise, and support from various units in Harrisburg, the Clyde Project will rank up high on the list of achievements in District 10,” said Barate. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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principles released today reinforce that there is also broad agreement in the core elements that should be included in the next bill. “Federal highway/transit reauthorization has been studied by a dozen public, private and academic organizations and blue ribbon commissions — including previously by the

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*St. Louis Blues Club Seats Available! It’s time to catch Blues action! Single games sales are available for this year’s St. Louis Blues Hockey games. The AGC of St. Louis purchased 10 premium games (4 tickets per game) for the 2010-2011 Blues season. Seats are located behind the goal and in the middle section. This perfect view of the ice is ideal for watching plays unfold. If you are interested in purchasing a game(s), please contact Donna Pigg at (314) 781-2356, ext. 108 or by email at dpigg@agcstl.org. Mining New Members. Everyone knows word-of-mouth advertising from satisfied customers brings more business to your company. As an IAAP member, you have experienced valuable benefits from membership in this Association and along the way maybe you have talked with others in the industry about joining the IAAP. Your efforts are now being rewarded through a new member recruitment program called “Mining New Members.” For more information, please contact IAAP Outreach Manager Shawn McKinney at (217) 241-1639 or shawn@hansoninfosys.com. DONATION - HELP Support IAAP’s Political Activities – The IAAP Political Action Committee (PAC) was created in order to provide financial support for our allies in the Illinois General Assembly. Whether from Chicago or Downstate Illinois, Democrat or Republican, these legislators all have one thing in common – they support bills that help the Illinois aggregates industry and oppose bills that hurt our interests. As the cost of political campaigns continues to rise, we want to ensure that legislators who support this industry can compete and continue to do good work. For that reason, supporting the IAAP PAC is critically important to the future of our industry, your company, and your Association’s political activities. Please consider sending a donation, payable to the IAAP, to: John Henriksen, Secretary/Treasurer, IAAP PAC, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, Illinois 62704. INFORMATION - The Transportation for Illinois Coalition (TFIC) has published and electronic version of it’s most recent white paper, an analysis of the 2009 capital program. To download a copy of this document, go to the TFIC website: http://www.tficillinois.org, click on publications and open the file entitled Capital Funding for Transportation. Questions? Please feel free to contact John Henriksen, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, 1115 South 2nd Street, Springfield, IL 62704. Office: (217) 241-1639. Cell: (217) 899-7389. Fax: (217) 241-1641. AGC Volunteer Appreciation - The AGC of St. Louis is grateful for the many members who serve on committees. The time devoted by these individuals and the knowledge they share with the industry in very important to the success of the AGC.

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INFORMATION - MSHA Enforcement Alert from an IAAP Member. An IAAP company has posted a new MSHA citation on the MSHA Enforcement Alerts website at www.mshaenforcementalerts.com maintained in partnership by the IAAP and other Midwest Aggregate Associations. This citation concerned the company because the inspector believed miners were stepping over the motor, but just as in a lot of other cases, this practice was acceptable during previous inspections by this same inspector and also during a CAV that was completed on these screens just 2 1/2 years ago. This motor configuration is present on many screens by different manufacturers. To view further details on this citation you may log on to http://mshaenforcementalerts.com/citations.php?id=144. January 5, 2011 – Membership Meeting. The AGC of St. Louis will hold a membership meeting for all members at the Hilton St. Louis Frontenac. This is a members only event. Bob Fritz, 2010 Chairman of the Board, will highlight the AGC of St. Louis 2010 accomplishments. Questions regarding this event can be referred to Donna Pigg at the AGC office at (314) 781-2356 extension 108 or email: dpigg@agcstl.org. January 12-16, 2011 – Convention. Early Reservations Now Being Accepted for the Riviera Maya this January, 2011. Network with Decision Makers and Build Your Business! ASA Chicago wants you to join us for the Annual Convention in the Riviera Maya on January 12 to 16, 2011. You’ll stay at the El Dorado Royale, an adults-only destination that provides the ultimate in service in the ultimate setting and is a Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Top 100 Hotels in the World and a AAA Four Diamond Resort. Contact ASA Chicago, 2200 E. Devon Avenue, Suite 261, Des Plaines, IL 60018 at (847) 827-8336 or email info@asachicago.org. January 31, 2011 – 2011 AGC St. Louis Club Applications Deadline. The AGC of St. Louis is proud to invite you to become a member of one of the most prestigious groups in the St. Louis commercial construction industry. For questions, contact Len Toenjes at (314) 781-2356 or Itoenjes@agcstl.org. All applications must be received by January 31, 2011. February 10, 2011 – Auction. AGC of St. Louis Education Foundation’s Silent Auction. The first annual silent auction held in conjunction with the Construction Careers Center 10th Anniversary Celebration, February 10, St. Louis, MO, is designed to raise money to support the Construction Careers Centers educational programming efforts. For information, contact Cheryl Marty, AGC of St. Louis, 6330 Knox Industrial Drive, Suite 200, St. Louis, MO 63139. Phone: 314-781-2356; Fax: 314781-2874.


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ADVERTISER INDEX ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..............................76

DURATECH ............................................................80

OPDYKE INC ..........................................................56

ACR EQUIPMENT CO ............................................96

DYNAPAC ..............................................................92

PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ..................................5

ALBAN TRACTOR CO INC ....................................22

EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ........16,115

PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ..................................68

ALEX LYON & SON INC

EESSCO ................................................................65

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC

PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ............................103

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ..................................37,66

CHARLOTTE NC 01/14/11

EOP ........................................................................98

COLUMBUS OH 01/15/11..............................105

EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP ......................70

KISSIMMEE FL 01/29-02/06/2011 ................109

EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ....................33

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

ESCO CORP ..........................................................44

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

FELLING TRAILERS ..............................................55

ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ................43

FLUID POWER ......................................................96

ALLU GROUP ........................................................39

FOLEY INC ..............................................................9

AMERICAN RENTAL EQUIPMENT ........................51

GEHL SKID STEER ................................................90

ANDY PENNINGTON ............................................49

GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ................30

ARTIC SNOW & ICE CONTROL PRODUCTS........27

GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE) ..........................97

RYAN AUCTION SALES ......................................112

BARGAINS ..............................................................99

HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............85

SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ..................................96

BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ..............................78

HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT INC ................................13

SENNEBOGEN ......................................................67

BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ......................................12

HOOBER INC ........................................................32

STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT ................................11

BINDER MACHINERY CO ........................................3

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..........95

STU HARRIS ........................................................102

BODINE MFG ........................................................44

IRON PLANET ......................................................111

TEREX CRANES ....................................................89

CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ........................................32

JERRE MARTIN ......................................................29

THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ............96

CAT AUCTION SERVICES

JESCO ....................................................................21

TOWMASTER INC ..................................................57

LOS ANGELES CA 02/18/11 ..........................113

JOHN DEERE ........................................................83

TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ........................25

CEG SCALE MODELS ..........................................40

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..........60

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ........................6

CEG WANTED ......................................................102

KEMPER EQUIPMENT INC ..................................69

CHADWICK-BAROSS ............................................35

KEYSTONE PROCESSING EQUIPMENT ............72

CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ..........49,56,78

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ..................................91

CHICAGO PNEUMATIC ........................................45

KOMATSU CRUSHERS ........................................79

CLASSIFIED ..................................................100,101

KUBOTA ..................................................................84

CLAYTON BLOCK & SUPPLY ..........................18,19

LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC ....................47

CONEXPO ..............................................................31

LIFTECH EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................51

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ......................71

LIUGONG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..........87

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE 28,36,52,98

LUCKY’S TRAILER SALES ....................................56

COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC................32

MESSICK’S ............................................................51

WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ..........................26

CREAN EQUIPMENT ............................................96

METSO MINERALS CRUSHING ............................77

WHITNEY & SON INC ............................................73

DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT ............16

METSO MINERALS SCREENING ........................62

WOODS CRW CORP ............................................20

DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ........................81

MILTON CAT ............................................................98

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..............................93

MONROE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO INC ......75

FRANKLIN CT 01/28-29/2011........................107 PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ................................17 PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ......................10 RANSOME CAT ........................................2,22,32,37 RECYCLING COVER ..............................................61 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ..........................116 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ............................49 RSC EQUIPMENT RENTAL ..................................29 RUBBLE MASTER ..................................................80

TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ............................25 TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES LLC ....................63 TULIO GROUP ........................................................16 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC WILMINTON DE ............................................112 VANTAGE EQUIPMENT ........................................15 VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ..............................26 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ................58

KISSIMMEE FL AUCTION 02/07-14/2011 ....110

The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.


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2004 Case 580SM, Stk# 32408, 1011 Hours ..........................$41,800

2007 RT130 Walk Behind Trencher, w/36”x4” Chains, 38 Hours ........................................................................................$4,900

2004 Takeuchi TL130, Stk# 32003, 2790 Hours ............$23,500

2008 Kubota L39 Loader Backhoe, Stk# 32136........$33,000

2005 Eager Beaver 20XPT, Stk# 32351 ..........................$9,800

2003 Case 330 ADT, Stk# 32392, 5505 Hours ..............$37,000

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Frank Beck

S. Montgomery Co.

215/870-4546

Pat DiCicco

Phila Co. & Bucks Co.

215/680-9203

Jim Lutz

Bucks & N. Montgomery Counties

215/870-8567

Tom Scott

Delaware Co. & S. Chester Co.

302/530-9134

Dean R. Leonetti, Sales Manager

953 Bethlehem Pk (Route 309) Montgomeryville, PA 18936 215/699-5871 Fax 215/699-6416 NEW HOURS Mon.-Fri. 7AM-5:30PM

Richard Verna

S. Chester Co., Cecil County, MD, New Castle Co., DE

610/420-4770

215/699-5871

2211 Dupont Highway New Castle, DE 19720 302/652-3028 Fax 302/652-7540 NEW HOURS Mon.-Fri. 7AM-5PM

Rodney Bush

Skid Steer/Trencher Specialist Delaware Co., S. Chester Co., New Castle Co. DE, Cecil Co. MD

302/354-1947

Dean J. Leonetti

Skid Steer/Trencher Specialist Philadelphia Co., S. Montgomery Co., Bucks Co. & N. Chester Co.

215/783-1847

55 Senn Drive Eagle, PA 610/458-7054 Fax 610/458-7094 NEW HOURS Mon.-Fri. 7:30AM-4PM


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