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Pittsburgh’s Fancourt Street Bridge Complete By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

Pa. Contractor Finds Success With Hyundai …8

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) job, which involved the Fancourt Street Bridge, called for the demolition of the existing deck, railing, sidewalk, structural steel girders, bearings and portions of the tops of the existing abutments and retaining walls. The scope of work also included the reconstruction of the tops of the retaining walls and abutments, installation of elastomeric bearings, erection of structural steel girders, placement of overfilled concrete steel grid deck, replacement of under bridge lighting and roadway lighting, and installation of new barrier railing. The $1,425,000 contract was awarded to Trumbull Corporation under the direction of John Nemmer. Federal funding was used for the job, which began Sept. 27, 2012, see FANCOURT page 22

More Than 2,300 B idder s Descend on Md. …118

ARTBA Unveils Funding Forecast for 2013 By Pete Sigmund CEG EDITORIAL CONSULTANT

Ale x Lyon Hol ds Sale i n Atl anti c City …1 24

Table of Contents ................4 Truck & Trailer Section ........ ......................................57-63 Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section ........67-89 Attachment Section ..99-102 Parts Section ..........105-106 Auction Section ......111-128 Business Calendar ..........115 Advertisers Index............126

Federal funding was used for the job, which began Sept. 27, 2012, and was completed in mid-December.

(A growing, vibrant highway and bridge program is one of the keys to economic recovery. The American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) addressed important topics and questions pertaining to the infrastructure construction market in a

recent “Webinar” forecast for Wall Street analysts and construction industry executives. Following are highlights of this presentation by David Bauer, ARTBA’s senior vice president, government affairs, and Dr. Alison Premo Black, ARTBA’s chief economist.) A recent “Webinar” by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) in Washington, D.C., addressed a

“status quo” stalemate in highway and bridge funding and highlighted the urgent need for shoring up Highway Trust Fund (HTF) revenues to stimulate activity, and spotlighted a broad range of infrastructure activity and needs. The ARTBA officials pointed out that MAP21 (Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st see FUNDING page 14

Toll Hike Dropped; Tappan Zee Moves Ahead By Michael Gormley ASSOCIATED PRESS

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) New York on Dec. 17 dropped its proposal for a 45-percent increase in the state Thruway toll for truckers following pressure by an upstate business group, consumers and Republicans, while advancing a $3.14 billion replacement for the Tappan Zee Bridge in New York City’s northern suburbs. Gov. Andrew Cuomo praised the reversal on the toll proposal made in May by the Thruway Authority headed by Cuomo’s appointees. Cuomo had publicly distanced himself from the

increase proposal, saying it had to be a last resort. Cuomo said Dec. 17 that no Thruway toll increase is expected to be part of the authority’s fiscal plans covering the next three years. Thruway Executive Director Thomas Madison said the toll increase was avoided by cutting hundreds of millions of dollars in expenses, passing some of it along to the state budget directly funded by taxpayers. That includes $60 million a year the Thruway had paid from its tolls since 1954 to pay for state police Troop T, which patrols the statewide highway. The patrols won’t change.

The New York State Motor Truck Association said the toll increase would have hit all New Yorkers. “The hike would have devastated the entire state’s economy and nullified any attempts by the governor and the legislature to make New York ‘open for business,’” the association’s Kendra Hems said. The political fight was led by upstate Republican assemblymen, including James Tedisco of Schenectady County, who called the authority diabolical and accused it of operating as a secret government. see TAPPAN page 125

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WHAT’S NEW AT BINDER? CARLIN R. BINDER - General Manager crb@ironbin.com 2011 KOMATSU D65WX-16 S/N: 80279, 1419 Hours, Tier 3 Engine, 30” Tracks, Cab w/A/C, Plus U/C, Sigma Blade, Topcon Wired. $228,000

1999 DEERE 644H S/N: 571766, 810 Hours, 23.5 X R25 Tires, SD Bucket, GP Bucket, QD Forks, 3rd Valve, Cleaned & Serviced. $65,000

JIM CASENDINO - Equipment Manager jcasendino@bindermachinery.com Call: 888-460-7983 www.ironbin.com www.bindermachinery.com 2000 DEERE 160 LC S/N: 041114, 6700 Hours, 28” Tracks, 42” Bucket, 10’ Arm, Manual Thumb, Serviced & Ready for Work. $42,500

2008 KOMATSU PC270 LC-8LF S/N: A87230, 1480 Hours, 32” Tracks, 60’ Long Front, 60” Ditching Bucket, Komtrax, Pattern Change Valve. $235,000

2004 KOMATSU PC308USLC3 S/N: 20103, 4395 Hours, 34” Tracks, 10’ Arm, JRB Slide-Loc, 36” Esco Bucket, A/C, Clean & Serviced. P.O.R.

2005 WIRTGEN W1200FT S/N: 07.10.0813, 2375 Hours, 48” Drum, Poly Pads on Tracks, Diesel Engine, Conveyor. $125,000

2007 KOMATSU SK1020-5N S/N: A70456, 466 Hours, High Flow, Cab w/ A/C & Heater, 72” GP Bucket, 12 x 16.5 Tires, Add’l CWT. $29,500

2006 KOMATSU D85PX-15E0 S/N: 1207, 4752 Hours, Tier 3 Engine, 36” Track, Straight Tilt Blade, A/C. Recently serviced. $275,000

2007 VOGELE VISION 5200-2 S/N: 07740013, 543 Hours, Cummins Diesel Engine, Carlson Screed, Grade & Slope Controls, Auto Lube Sys.. $275,000

1990 KOMATSU D58P-1 S/N: 81013, 7423 Original Hours, 34” Tracks, Drawbar, Pre-Cleaner, Straight-Tilt Blade, U/C 75%, Job Ready. $28,000

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DAVE ROMAN EXCAVATING FINDS SUCCESS WITH HYUNDAI

Dave Roman, owner of Dave Roman Excavating, runs the 32-employee company that works on 15 or more projects at any given time.

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JERSEY TURNPIKE WIDENING PROGRESSES

Billed as the biggest ongoing roadway project in the United States, the undertaking will transform the turnpike into a 12-lane highway from the Pennsylvania Turnpike Connector at Exit 6 in Burlington County to Exit 9 in New Brunswick, where it is already that wide.

NEW SMITHFIELD VIADUCT OPENS WEEKS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE

According to R.I. DOT, the bridge opened five weeks ahead of schedule due to completely closing down the area to work on it.

EASTERN PA’S ABC HONORS OUTSTANDING CONTRACTORS, CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

Industry professionals representing a cross-section of architects, engineers, commercial real-estate owners, developers and industry leaders visited each project to evaluate the entries and determine the award winners.

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MORE THAN 2,300 BIDDERS PARTICIPATE IN RITCHIE AUCTION

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ALEX LYON & SON HOLDS SALE AT ATLANTIC CITY RACETRACK

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The auction featured more than 1,650 equipment items and trucks, including wheel loaders, hydraulic excavators, crawler tractors, articulated dump trucks and truck tractors.

Late model Cat, John Deere and Komatsu construction equipment were among the items on the block at the Alex Lyon & Son Atlantic City auction.

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Dave Roman Excavating Finds Success With Hyundai Tucked away in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania, Dave Roman Excavating is hard at work installing water and sewer lines for the new Glendale Valley waste water treatment facility, on time and on budget with a Hyundai R380LC-9 excavator and two HL757 wheel loaders. Dave Roman, owner of Dave Roman Excavating, runs the 32-employee company that works on 15 or more projects at any given time. Roman took over the business from his father, who started it more than 55 years ago and has since grown the company in size and capabilities including site and public utility work. Roman oversees the entire operation from bidding to billing projects and visits every job. At the Glendale Valley project, he is running three crews a day for the next year. “The Glendale project consists of 100,000 feet of sewer pipe installation with manhole connections,” said Roman. “The sewer lines will feed the newly constructed waste water treatment plant.” Roman enlisted Highway Equipment, the local Hyundai Construction Equipment dealer, to provide the proper equipment needed to complete the job. Roman had purchased a Hyundai HL757 loader from Highway Equipment a year ago and the loader has outperformed since, so he asked Highway Equipment for another HL757 for the project along with a construction class excavator, a Hyundai R380LC-9. Roman’s operators are using the Hyundai HL757 wheel loaders with both buckets and forks on the project. The wheel loaders are supplying all three crews with gravel,

The Glendale project consists of 100,000 ft. (30,480 m) of sewer pipe installation with manhole connections.

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concrete manholes and pipe. “Our current staging area for gravel, pipe and other material is located in the middle of the project right now,” said Roman. “Our two wheel loaders grab what they need from the staging area and run it up the street to the crews.” The HL757 is powered by a fuel-efficient, low noise Cummins Tier-III QSB6.7 engine that is electronically controlled for optimum fuel to air ratio and clean, efficient combustion. The loader offers the flexibility of three engine modes (power, standard or econo) which range from full power to reduced fuel consumption. Roman’s operators are enjoying the fast cycle times and easy-to-operate loaders along with their large, roomy, quiet cabs with excellent visibility and creature comforts such as air suspended seats and AM/FM radio/MP3 interface/USB ports, according to the company. Roman’s operators are using the Hyundai HL757 wheel loadThe HL757 loaders also boast advanced color ers with both buckets and forks on the project. monitors with 5.7 in. wide color LCD screens, mounted on adjustable swivel-mounts for reduced glare, allowing the operator to easily control the machine as well as AC/heat, heated rear-view mirrors, hands free phone and personal storage space. Roman’s pipe installation crew has been cutting the deep sewer trench through the Glendale Valley, which is mostly through a residential area that consists of hills, valleys and some wooded areas. The Hyundai R380LC-9 has been providing the crew with the power and stability needed for the soils in the valley. see HYUNDAI page 116

The R380LC-9 weighs in at 84,220 lbs. (38,201 kg) and is powered by a Cummins Tier III QSL engine that boasts 271 hp (202 kW).

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QUALITY USED EQUIPMENT VALUE & PERFORMANCE ASSURED

2002 CAT 385BL, S/N: ANS232; 10,559 Hours; Comes with 72" Extreme service bucket ..................................$210,000

2009 CAT 988H, S/N: BXY2911; Stk #: KBXY2911; 7,143 Hours ..................CALL

AIR COMPRESSORS 2010 ATLAS COPCO XAS185, S/N: HOP034848; 218 Hours; 185 CFM CAT AIR COMPRESSOR CAT ENGINE MODEL C2.2 ....................$10,000 2008 SULLAIR 375HAF, S/N: 102500; 6,686 Hours; 375 cfm towable compressor Cat engine..................................................................$14,300 2008 SULLAIR D185 CFM, S/N: 20016; 638 Hours; 185 cfm towable compressor Cat engine ....................................................................$8,975 COMPACTORS - PADFOOT 2008 CAT CP56, S/N: C5P109; 539 Hours; From Dealer's Rental Fleet .. ......................................................................................................$99,000 COMPACTORS - SMOOTH DRUM 2008 CAT CS56, C5S229; 733 Hours, From Dealer's Rental Fleet....$89,900 2009 CAT CB64, DJM112, 1,387 Hours, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ............ ............................................................................................................$95,000 2007 CAT CB-564D, S/N: C6D171; 1,134 Hours; From Dealer's Rental Fleet ..........................................................................................................CALL 2008 CAT CS-433E, S/N: ASR1020; 339 Hours; Frrom Dealer's Rental Fleet......................................................................................................$67,000 CRAWLER LOADERS 1961 CAT 955H, S/N: 60A01008; Stk #: C60A1008; Contact owner directly. Machine at customer's yard ............................................$10,000 DOZERS - CRAWLER 2009 CAT D6N LGP, S/N: DJY1587; 1,650 Hours; AC, PAT, ..$225,000 2003 CAT D6N LGP, S/N: ALY463; 8,518 Hours; AC,PAT, DS,PAT blade, Ripper hydraulics, 60% Undercarriage remaining ........................$89,000 2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N: MMM239; Stk #: VMMM239; 1,429 Hours; AC, PAT blade, System One Undercarriage, ..................................$89,000 2000 CAT D9R, S/N: 7TL1290; 12,140 Hours; Sold with REMCO Harrow and spare blades ........................................................................$225,000 EXCAVATORS - CRAWLER 2008 CAT 307D, S/N: DSG122; 247 Hours; AC, AUX HYD,Blade, Q/C, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ............................................................$93,000 2008 CAT 330DL, S/N: MWP3267; Stk #: RCMWP3267; 2,859 Hours .... ....................................................................................................$268,000 2007 CAT 321C LCR, S/N: KCR298; Stk #: KKCR298; 4,109 Hours; AC, Auxiliary hydraulics ....................................................................$156,000

2008 CATERPILLAR 735, S/N: B1N1057; 2,031 Hours; AC, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ............................................$315,000

EXCAVATOR - WHEEL 2006 CAT M318C, S/N: H2D446; Stk #: KH2D446; 1,234 Hours ............ ....................................................................................................$195,000 FORKLIFTS - TELESCOPIC 2010 CAT TH514, S/N: TBW00196; 1,868 Hours; 11,000 LB CAPACITY CAB A/C STABILIZERS ..................................................................$99,000 2009 CAT TL1055, S/N: TBL01165; 1,024 Hours; 10,000 LB TELEHANDLER,CAB A/C 4WD STABILIZERS ..............................................$96,000 2011 GENIE GTH1056, S/N: GTH1011-14528; NEW 10,000 lb capacity with CAB WITH HEAT AND A/C ..................................................$113,000 LIFTS - BOOM 2006 GENIE S40, S/N: 10229; 1,660 Hours; GENIE S40 SELF PROPELLED AERIAL WORK PLATFORM ..............................................$34,500 2007 GENIE S85, S/N: 6077; 989 Hours; S85 Genie Boom lift 4WD Foam Filled Diesel ........................................................................$86,000 2011 GENIE S125, S/N: 296; 45 Hours; S125 45 hours Duetz diesel foam filled tires............................................................................$189,000 2006 GENIE Z45/25JRT, S/N: 30129; 1,728 Hours; SELF PROPELLED AERIAL WORK PLATFORM............................................................$34,000 LIFTS - SCISSOR 2007 GENIE GS2646, S/N: 85785; 153 Hours ............................$7,500 2007 GENIE GS5390, S/N: 44796 ............................................$47,000 2009 JLG 1930ES, S/N: 193737; 45 Hours; 19 foot electric scissor lift .. ........................................................................................................$8,800

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C003550 C003469

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C003470

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Officials Call MAP-21 ‘Status Quo Investment Measure’ FUNDING from page 1

Century), the 27-month, $101.3billion transportation bill that President Obama signed into law on July 6, 2012, is a two-year reauthorization of federal surface transportation programs. In this environment, they predicted only a modest three percent growth in the U.S. transportation construction infrastructure market in 2013. “MAP-21 is basically a status quo investment measure, which maintains federal highway investment at about $40 billion a year in 2014 and 2015, and transit programs at $10.6 billion in 2014 and $10.7 billion in 2015,” Bauer said. “There’s no major increase in investment in either program, but also not a significant drop off. “MAP-21 took three years, and 10 temporary extensions, to pass. The main reason for the delay was the fiscal cliff facing the Highway Trust Fund, which urgently needs new revenue to replace that which has expired. MAP-21 preserved previous levels of HTF investment through temporary extensions and an infusion of $21-billion from other sources in the general fund. The situation is somewhat stabilized but will be back into the same dynamic of multiple extensions when MAP-21 expires in two years. MAP-21 also cut federal highway investment from $41.1 billion in 2011 to $39.1 billion in 2012.” Highway Trust Fund at Critical Stage The report noted a general downward trend in federal highway and bridge contracts since the 2009 American Recovery Act (ARA) stimulus. Bauer declared that Congress and the President must bolster HTF investment as soon as possible. “The Highway Trust Fund has a short-term life in preserving MAP21 levels of investment,” he said. “Congress will again be in a very difficult position in terms of increasing revenues or cutting deficits. If nothing is done to increase HTF revenue, highway investment will drop 57 percent — from $40.4 billion in 2014 to $17.3 billion in 2015. The insolvency crisis looming in 2014 and 2015 threatens thousands of jobs in the

construction industry. “Most of the same people will control the House and Senate in 2014, when we could be facing the same short-term solutions as in 2009. A wholesale rewrite of MAP-21 is pretty unlikely. Some things in MAP-21 will take four to six years to accomplish. Past guarantees of investment levels have been stripped away, so there will be annual discussions on whether to adhere to levels agreed upon.” Bauer pointed out that in the past 30 years, all HTF enhancements have been part of a broad tax/budget legislation deal, rather than coming from a transportation bill, and that solutions that alleviate or eliminate the HTF burden on the general fund will contribute to deficit reduction. Majorities in Congress Support Funding Bauer said MAP-21 made a number of policy reforms that Congress has sought for at least 10 years, including streamlining the environmental review process, eliminating earmarks, and providing greater accountability and transparency. “Cleaning up such concerns may make it easier to generate future revenues for more growth,” he added. “Despite the incredibly hostile political environment in the 2012 election year, MAP-21 received unparalleled levels of bipartisan support compared to other legislation, reinforcing transportation investment. It passed the House with 373 votes, almost half from Republicans. Almost half the Republicans and all the Democrats in the Senate voted for it. This showed that some of the people who wanted to highjack the process through massive investment cuts couldn’t do it.” Fiscal Cliff Bauer said the “fiscal cliff,” the prospect of automatic spending cuts and tax increases if the deficit was not reduced, “has provided the opportunity to discuss HTF expansions, and try to do something proactive in this area.” He said that “there will probably be no answer [to the HTF crisis] by the end of 2012” adding: “HTF advances on the fiscal cliff will take until 2013 if not

beyond. Most surface transportation programs would be exempt from the forced cuts under the sequestration program, which was to begin in January 2013. The eight percent fee on other programs would not apply to core highway programs, which are Trust Fundsupported.” Dr. Black, ARTBA’s chief economist, commented as follows on the “cliff,” which she said had been

smartly in 2014. The ARTBA forecast shows projects in eight states continuing to account for about half of U.S. market activity in this sector. The states are California, Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington. Bridge work accounts for about 14 percent of state DOT outlays and the market is expected to remain healthy, with continued

increased investment in highway, bridge and pavement work. Two, MAP-21’s expanded federal Transportation Infrastructure Finance & Innovation Act (TIFIA) loan program should also increase construction activity in some states. She also noted the boost from major reconstruction work along the East Coast in states hit by Hurricane Sandy.

“The Highway Trust Fund has a short-term life in preserving MAP21 levels of investment. Congress will again be in a very difficult position in terms of increasing revenues or cutting deficits. If nothing is done to increase HTF revenue, highway investment will drop 57 percent — from $40.4 billion in 2014 to $17.3 billion in 2015.” David Bauer ARTBA

“a major wild card in the forecast:” “Although the fiscal cliff would not directly impact federal highway investment to the states, it could affect state and local finances, and thereby cause governments to pull back or delay projects. Such action in turn would have negative consequences on the highway construction market.” She said individual businesses also could delay capital and hiring decisions amid the uncertainty. Modest Growth in Infrastructure Work Black said the U.S. transportation construction infrastructure market is expected to show “modest growth” in 2013, increasing three percent from $126.5 billion to $130.3 billion. This growth would be in highway and bridge pavement, airport and terminal runways, railroads, and ports and waterways. She predicted that the bridge market, which has shown substantial growth over the past 10 years, will remain flat in 2013. Bridge and tunnel construction reached a record $28.5 billion in 2012 but will cool off in 2013, likely remaining flat at about $28.2 billion, she said, but rebounding

growth, over the next five years. Major projects include work on the Tappan Zee Bridge in New York, the Ohio River Bridge, the “floating SR29 bridge” in Washington State, the Detroit River Bridge, three major projects on the George Washington Bridge, and $500 million in Brooklyn Bridge projects. Black said about 60 percent of federal obligations goes toward bridge work. Black added that the pavements market will be sluggish in 2013, growing 2.8 percent to $58.4 billion. This includes $47.7 billion in public and private investment in highways, roads and streets and $10.7 billion in largely private investments in parking lots, driveways and related structures. Pavement work is predicted to be down in 25 states and to grow above five percent in 19 states. Two developments relating to MAP-21 could lead to additional market activity in the short term and strengthen the market in 2013 and 2014, Black said. One, the law’s restructuring of the federal highway program offers state transportation departments more flexibility in their use of federal funds, which could lead to slightly

Driving the Market Black pointed out that the major drivers of the transportation construction market are the federal aid program and state and local financing. “Looking at capital outlays, reimbursements to state governments drive about 44 percent of the market,” she said, adding: “When you consider that part of that money goes to match the federal program, federal investment accounts for about half of the transportation construction market. State and local revenues are largely driven by their own motor fuel and general revenues. The more revenues are coming in, the more they can put into transportation construction. “Federal obligation levels for specific projects show what they can pass on to state and local projects. MAP-21 didn’t provide new money. Project costs are designed to be in line with inflation, but often remain above it, so in essence we’re looking at a status quo federal aid investment, which is not a major driver of growth. “MAP-21 does make some positive changes that eliminate some see FUNDING page 98

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Extreme Skew Angle Brought Challenges to Project Crews This is because the individual girders twist as the concrete deck is placed. If the girders were erected on the bearings completely straight, then as the concrete deck was placed, they would twist and rotate out of plumb.” The vertical clearance of the bridge was raised from 13 ft. 4 in. to 14 ft. 6 in. (4 to 4.4 m). Steel grid deck was used for the bridge flooring. The project involved 542 cu. yds. (414 cu m) of concrete, 134,065 lbs. (60,811 kg) of steel reinforcement, and nine galvanized steel girders. Major subcontractors for the job included WMCC Incorporated, West Elizabeth, Pa., for erecting steel girders, steel grid deck, and pot bearings; Power Contracting Company, Carnegie, Pa., for highway lighting and electrical work; Matcon Diamond, Incorporated, Pittsburgh, Pa., for saw cutting the roadway, retaining walls, and abutments; Lindy Paving, Incorporated, New Galilee, Pa., for asphalt paving operations; Parking Lot Painting Company, Bethel

Demolition of the existing abutments on the Fancourt Bridge.

The Fancourt Bridge, originally built in 1930, was rated structurally deficient and functionally obsolete. FANCOURT from page 1

The bridge deck on the Fancourt Bridge is demolished.

and was completed in mid-December. “The Fancourt Street Bridge was originally constructed on a 22 degree skew angle,” said Michael Adams, project manager of PennDOT. “Due to this extreme skew, there were many challenges in fabricating the steel girders and steel grid deck. This skew angle also made it difficult to plan and coordinate the erection of the steel girders and cross frames. The steel girders had to be placed on the bearings slightly rotated so they would be straight at the end of construction.

Park, Pa., for temporary and permanent pavement marking placement; and Beth’s Barricades, Gibsonia, Pa., for maintenance and protection of traffic. Major equipment used in the process included a Caterpillar M318D hydraulic excavator, a Caterpillar 338DL hydraulic excavator and a Demag AC 180 crane. The bridge was originally built in 1930 and was reportedly rated structurally deficient and functionally obsolete. The work is part of an $8.7 million project to improve approximately 26 ramps and road sections that connect the area known as the Golden Triangle to the interstate highway system. CEG

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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 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500

(2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition CRANES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 Broderson IC80-1B, 1984, 8.5 ton, Perkins TRUCKS & TRAILERS dsl, OROPS, 20’ boom,, 3500hrs, good . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL dual fuel, 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs$21,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., AIR COMPRESSORS 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . .. IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500

Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 Komatsu WA250-3PT, 1999, EROPS w/AC, JRB coupler, bucket, forks 20.5x25, good cond. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$63,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 $79,500 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick couCRAWLER LOADERS pler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt. MOTOR SCRAPERS boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . .$89,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” tank, ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . .$49,500 DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, COMPACTORS very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, OFF ROAD HAULERS Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideJD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean boards, tailgate (currently off work), work quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,500 ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29,000 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . .. Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . .$145,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 rubber, operational . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, hitch rebuilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . .. stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . .$57,000 w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . .From $79,500 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$87,500 rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” gas engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . .$255,000 stock, lever & remote . . .$4,000 to $10,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, JRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 of bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$77,500 single drum, tow type . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” CRAWLER TRACTORS TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working DOZERS (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a- everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$97,500 Case 1550, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, blade, winches, v. good . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG Carco Winch, Rear Screen, P/S Trans, Low Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade .. pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, Hours, Exc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85,000 work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL

SPECIALS Vermeer 5800 Trencher, 1997, 4 cyl dsl eng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,900 (12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a tow-type, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $5,200

BACKHOES Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . .$24,500

DRILLS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Duraquip dust collection . . .$150,000 MISCELLANEOUS (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. ATTACHMENTS BUCKETS PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . .$9,500 Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple Buckets in Stock -Call For Your Needs FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 (5) Cat 936/926/950 pallet forks, for a Balderson quick coupler, exc. cond . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,500 Ea. Others Available Call Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection All Equipment is Owned & Operated By ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.

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2004 TEREX/CMI PR600 COLD PLANER, CUMMINS ENGINE, 84” DRUM, 7933 HRS .......... ..............................................................$89,900

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ROLLERS 2009 Wacker RD12A, STK #: U30319, 36” Smooth, Double Drum, 144 Hrs ....................$12,200 (3) 2007 Wacker RT82-SC, 32” Trench Rollers, 400-500 Hrs......................................$14,750 Ea.

BACKHOES 2004 Case 580SMII, STK #: U30275, Cab, E-Stick, 4WD, Case Controls, Tires 75%+, 4218 Hrs .... ............................................................................................................................................$37,500 2010 Case 590SMIII PLUS, STK #: U30221, Cab w/Air, E-Stick, 4WD, Ride Control ........$62,500

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Terex Utilities Wins Annual Find It — Fix It Challenge Terex Utilities, a division of Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) is the winner of Humantech Inc.’s sixth annual Find It — Fix It Challenge. The Find It — Fix It Challenge recognizes and rewards simple and effective workplace solutions that increase productivity, improve worker morale and reduce workplace injuries and illnesses. Honorable mentions for the challenge were given to the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, located in San Angelo, Texas, and to Senior Aerospace Metal Bellows, located in Sharon, Mass. The contest was derived from Humantech's RAPID Team Events, which are based on the concept of making quick, simple, visible changes to improve ergonomic issues in the workplace. From more than 150 entries received, representing 24 companies, one winner was selected and two honorable mentions were recognized. Terex Utilities in Huron, S.D., took top honors with its pedestal weld station entry. The improvement focused on improving the posture and comfort of the worker responsible for welding a vertical gusset and top plate to the metal shell of a pedestal. The pedestal connects a boom to a truck chassis and also houses the bearing that enables the boom to rotate while in operation. From digger derrick units used to set power poles to aerial devices with working heights of 125 ft. (38 m), Terex fabricates large to small pedestals for its full line of utility equipment. Prior to improving the task at the pedestal weld station, the worker had to climb in and out of a metal shell up to eight times per unit. While lying in a horizontal position, with legs dangling outside the pedestal, the worker had to weld parts of the pedestal together. When one section was complete, the welder would get out of the pedestal, rotate the pedestal to the next weld position, climb back into the unit and weld the next section. Due to high air temperatures inside the pedestal, the welder had to lie on blankets for extra protection in addition to wearing welding leathers. A total of eight pedestals were fabricated each day using this process. Because of the high temperatures and contact stress on the legs, the team knew it had to change the job. The improvement idea came from Jereme Kempf, a welder. “We had strong internal support from the entire team. This was a good example of designing for safety and manufacturability,”

said Bethany Kovash, industrial engineer. Within a few weeks, the idea to improve the job and the funds required to make the necessary modifications were approved. With a $300 budget, the team engineered and fabricated a steel welding table to hold the pedestal in a vertical position. The team member can now perform the work in a seated position, eliminating what Humantech calls “Butts Up” postures and contact stress. The cycle time also was reduced by 20 minutes. In addition, the design engineering department redesigned the pedestal to eliminate the vertical gusset weld to a plug weld on the outside of the pedestal. “Everyone likes the improved task, and the production team member’s involvement was crucial to its success,” said Matt Klein, manufacturing engineer. The compliance of all team members tasked with this job proves its success. The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company received an honorable mention with its outdoor resiliometer (ODR) controls entry. Prior to the improvement, the operator had to bend down to floor level to check or adjust the ODR controls. By simply raising the height of the ODR control panel, operators are now able to stand in a neutral posture to read the controls. The BEST assessment score was reduced from a medium job hazard score of 22.4 to a low job hazard score of eight. The improvement cost only $300. Senior Aerospace Metal Bellows division also received an honorable mention with its hand welding workstation entry. Initially, the operator had to move a 150-lb. chuck turntable from a cart to the floor and then push the turntable across the floor to another location. When properly placed, the operator loaded a work piece into the chuck turntable. The recommended weight limit for this task, per the NIOSH Lifting Equation, is 39.1 lbs., with a Lifting Index of 3.84. Reengineering the work bench to accommodate a permanently mounted chuck turntable underneath it not only eliminated the bent neck, flexed back, and squatting postures required to move the fixture, but also eliminated all lifting, pushing, and pulling movements from the task, resulting in a Lifting Index of zero. For more information, visit www.humantech.com.

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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) Marge Elberson drives once a week from Barrington, Camden County, to Newark, N.J., for work, and she can’t wait until the massive, seemingly endless construction project on the New Jersey Turnpike is finished. She’s tired of the backups and wary of the narrow lanes through work zones. “Tolls went up 50 percent this year, so we’re paying a lot, and there’s more congestion,” Elberson said. The narrow lanes without shoulders in certain work areas are scary, she said. “There are barriers on each side, and there are always trucks.” But there’s good news for Elberson and other travelers: The turnpike work is closer to the end than its start. Billed as the biggest ongoing roadway project in the United States, the undertaking will transform the turnpike into a 12-lane highway from the Pennsylvania Turnpike Connector at Exit 6 in Burlington County to Exit 9 in New Brunswick, where it is already that wide. Trucks and buses will be restricted to the three outer lanes in each direction; only cars will be allowed in the three inside lanes in each direction. Currently, about 130,000 vehicles a day use the 35-mi. (56 km) turnpike stretch in the work zone. With a price tag of $2.5 billion — all of it from tolls — the widening work has created thousands of jobs on and off site since work began in 2009 and is costlier than any individual highway project that was undertaken with federal stimulus funding. The Turnpike Authority’s chief engineer, Rich Raczynski, said the project is two-thirds complete and on target to be finished by fall 2014. The impetus for the widening, dating to the start of the century, was recurring bottlenecks at Exit 8A, where the highway goes from 10 southbound lanes to six and vice versa on the northbound side. Anyone driving where construction is under way will find it in different stages of completion in a random pattern. It was planned that way. As Raczynski explained it, instead of seeking permits, acquiring land, and awarding contracts in stages, authority officials moved to do all three simultaneously. So, when everything was ready in a designated zone, work would begin immediately. “We picked up maybe two years on this project,” Raczynski said. “We wanted to accelerate this project.” A fourth factor in play — moving three gas and oil pipelines that run parallel to the turnpike — also fell into place in a timely fashion. “The [utility] companies did an extremely efficient job relocating the pipelines,” Raczynski said. Actual planning for the project dates to 2004, and Raczynski said the intervening financial crisis had worked in the authority’s favor. “The economic collapse helped us,” he said. “The heavy-construction industry in the state of New Jersey basically dried up, and we were the only ones pushing work out at the time. “When you get contractors who are desperate for work, they really sharpen their pencils,” Raczynski said. “We’ve been averaging 20 percent below our estimates with the bids we’ve been getting. The actual project cost right now is lower than we anticipated.” The remaining work will unfold in various stages. In December, the northbound split at Exit 8A was moved

2 mi. (3.2 km) north for work to widen the outside lanes from two to three. The southbound merge will follow soon. Once all the outer lane sections are joined and paved, the six inner lanes will be closed for repaving and installation of electronic traffic-monitoring equipment. That work is expected in spring 2014. “That entire section of the turnpike will be new roadway,” said John Keller, the authority’s supervising engineer. A half-dozen cranes towering over the highway announce the start of the project at Exit 6. This is one of the more complicated sections because of the intersection with the Pennsylvania Turnpike connector, said field project manager Ralph Csogi, who is responsible for the first 6 mi. of the expansion. Currently, four ramps, including two flyovers, connect the turnpike and the extension. With the widening, the number will grow to eight. Motorists are already using one of the new flyovers, opened so an old one could be torn down. Nearby, local road bridges have had to be removed and rebuilt, or will soon be. At the maze-like Exit 6 site, workers were busy laying steel on a new ramp while traffic flowed beneath. Other crews poured concrete for supports and built retaining walls for another new ramp. “Everyone tries to set their steel before winter,” said Gerald E. Arters Jr., resident engineer for that work sector, saying that clears the way for workers to do the preparation work for pouring concrete in the spring. “We really try to minimize interference with traffic by working over and around it,” said Michael Poole, assistant resident engineer. He acknowledged backups happen but stressed that lane closures are planned and limited to only one sector at a time, weather permitting. “You have 26 contractors competing for lane closures,” Poole said. Arters, who was clearly delighted to show off the work that has been done or is under way, said he had never seen anything like the turnpike widening in his 22 years in the business. “This is a project of a lifetime,” he said. Cathleen Lewis, spokeswoman of AAA New Jersey, said the organization considered the widening “one of the good infrastructure projects.” She acknowledged motorists have had to contend with delays while the work has been under way, but said it was for a good cause. Regular riders, she said, “understand that the congestion and associated inconvenience will pay off in the long run.” Until recently, Elberson knew construction was under way on the turnpike but she did not know why. “That’s great,” she said when she found out. “Anything to relieve congestion.” For his part, Raczynski, the chief engineer, is not buying predictions that adding lanes will not reduce congestion. Some transportation experts have raised that scenario based on a highway engineering phenomenon known as “induced demand,” the tendency for new lanes to attract new drivers. Human nature and traffic science make it inevitable, the experts have said. Raczynski said the existing turnpike congestion had forced traffic onto local roads, causing backups and increasing pollution. He expects the expansion to draw that traffic back to the turnpike, increasing the number of vehicles on it. “But,” Raczynski added, “with the improvements we’re making, we’ll be able to move that traffic.”

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The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) successfully opened the new Smithfield Viaduct five weeks ahead of schedule and well within budget because of the decision to close off the entire bridge to allow crews to work much more quickly. “It wasn’t just accelerated construction that got this done early. The fact that we closed the bridge was the biggest factor,” said Heidi Gundmunson, spokesperson of RIDOT. “We chose this option rather than building it in phases. The accelerated bridge component was that all of the rails were precast. Much of the rest of the bridge was cast in place through conventional construction methods.” “This is a rebuilding of an historic 1932 concrete span bridge. And it is basically a complete replica, modern technology of the old bridge,” said DOT Director Michael Lewis in mid-October in a ceremony to reopen the 80-year-old structure. According to DOT, the bridge opened five weeks ahead of schedule due to completely closing down the area to work on it. Incentives of $10,000 Per Day Through a $9.4 million contract with Northern Construction Services of Palmer and Weymouth, Mass., RIDOT made use of pre-cast components wherever possible and placed a $10,000-per-day incentive clause in the contract for every day ahead of schedule the bridge was open to trafPhoto courtesy of RIDOT fic (maximum of 30 days). Additionally, RIDOT coordi- During closure, crews performed a number of repairs including replacing concrete railing in-kind, installing new crash tested railing and nated closely with the community on replacing entire superstructure the decision to close the bridge so (joint elimination). work could be accelerated. Originally, RIDOT considered phased construction that would have • Installed new crash tested railing kept the bridge partially open to traf• Replaced entire superstructure fic, but would have taken years to (joint elimination) complete. • Replaced bearings The decision to close the area came • Replaced concrete bent caps and in March 2012. By mid-October, spandrel column caps work was complete. The 80-year-old • Repaired pier bents bridge carries Rte. 116 (George • Repaired arch columns repairs Washington Highway) over the • also made other minor concrete Woonasquatucket River/Stillwater repairs and resurfacing improveReservoir. RIDOT completely ments. replaced the superstructure, made Photo courtesy of RIDOT “We precast the concrete elements: sub-structure repairs and performed This is a rebuilding of an historic 1932 concrete span bridge and it is basically a complete the beams, column caps, deck panels minor concrete repairs to the bridge’s replica, modern technology of the old bridge. and pier/bent caps,” added arches. The replacement structure is the same width as the existing bridge, with sidewalks on both ing construction. We kept businesses open but had to close Gundmunson. “There was significant concrete deterioration, the trail during construction. spalling, cracking, ice and salt penetration — from salting sides. Detour routes were designed especially to accommodate roads/ice and snow) — rebar deterioration, as well as a fail“We chose to expedite the repairs by closing the bridge to traffic through a single-phase construction project. large trucks. The average daily traffic crossing the bridge in ure of some of the elements, such as the sidewalks. The bridge main span is an open spandrel, reinforced conConstruction took about seven months versus the projected Smithfield is 10,000 vehicles. The bridge marked 80 years of operation in 2012. It is 450 crete three-ribbed arch, spanning 80 ft. (24 m). The concrete three to four years,” said Gundmunson. “We couldn’t keep the bridge open without limiting access for heavy trucks, ft. (137 m) long with 11 huge spans underneath it. These pro- approach spans vary in length, and are supported on 10 conbuses, etc. We would have had to post the bridge (put a portions were kept exactly the same after construction, crete post bents consisting of three square columns. Materials used in the project included: weight restriction on it) that would have been even more of including the two 12-ft. (3.6 m) lanes in each direction. There are two 8-ft. (2.4 m) shoulders and two 4.59-ft. (1.3 m) • Asphalt: 1,105 tons (1,003 t) a hardship to the community.” • Base: 182 tons (165 t) Gundmunson added that the community was grateful to sidewalks on each side. There are 10 approach spans and one main arch span of • Binder: 175 tons (158 t) be involved throughout the design and construction project. • I-1: 748 tons (678 t) “The area has a lot of commercial businesses,” she 119-ft. (36.2 m) underneath the Stillwater Viaduct. During • C.I.P. Concrete: 867 cu. yds. (622 cu m) explained. “There also is a heavily used recreational closure, crews performed the following repairs:· • Replaced concrete railing in-kind area/walking trail under the bridge that had to be closed dursee VIADUCT page 38

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Decision to Close Bridge Completely Decreased Work Time VIADUCT from page 34

• End Posts: 23 cu. yds. (17.5 cu m) • Approach Slabs: 55 cu. yds. (42 cu m) • Backwalls: 21 cu. yds. (16 cu m) • Bridge Deck: 523 cu. yds. (399 cu m) • Bridge Sidewalk: 112 cu. yds. (85 cu m) • Columns/Spandrel Walls: 37 cu. yds. (28 cu m) • Diaphragms: 94 cu. yds. (71 cu m) The Viaduct is eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places for its historical association with the massive bridge building campaign initiated by the state in the 1920s and 1930s, and as an important local example of an open spandrel arch bridge. The clear roadway width between curbs is 40 ft. (12 m). There is approximately 3 in. (7.6 cm) of bituminous concrete overlay on a concrete deck slab. The two concrete sidewalks have concrete decorative railings. “We are definitely pleased with the results and it was gratifying to put the bridge back into service five weeks early and rightfully return it to the community,” Gundmunson stated. “We are fortunate to have had such an accomplished team, with our staff, design consultant — VHB, and contractor — Northern Construction Services. They were responsible for performing the work and securing the necessary subcontractors and vendors to complete the work in accordance with contract documents. “We relied on them to get issues resolved out in the field promptly. They also were extremely cooperative in making modifications and changes necessary to keep the job moving forward,” said Gundmunson. Northern, an Impressive Company According to its site, Northern Construction Service LLC is a Massachusetts-based general contractor specializing in bridge construction, site work, marine construction, concrete work and utilities. Northern has completed hundreds of projects throughout New England and New York. John L. DiVito and John N. Rahkonen founded Northern in 1993. Since then, the company has experienced steady growth, along with a reputation for quality workmanship. Northern’s impressive list of clients includes federal, state and municipal agencies as well as private industrial and utility organizations. The company employs upwards of 80 to 100 people and is pre-qualified with the Massachusetts Highway Department and the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Northern’s numerous projects in seven states include rebuilding historic covered bridges, keystone arch bridges as well as

Expressway Bridge in East Providence, which carries traffic from Interstate195 East onto Exit 7 (Route 114) and over Warren Avenue, and the Barton Corner Bridge, which carries Interstate 95 over Route 2 (Quaker Lane) on the Warwick/West Warwick line. “We have used value engineering for several years to get the best value for the State’s taxpayers. Accelerated bridge techniques are relatively new to RIDOT, but with the recent successes we have had, we plan to use similar techniques on future projects where we can,” said Gundmunson.

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There also is a heavily used recreational area/walking trail under the bridge that had to be closed during construction.

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The clear roadway width between curbs is 40 ft. (12 m). There is approximately 3 in. (7.6 cm) of bituminous concrete overlay on a concrete deck slab. The two concrete sidewalks have concrete decorative railings.

concrete decks and steel spans. They also have repaired many dams, both privately and publicly owned. The company has completed salt marsh and pond restorations, replaced culverts, installed New England’s first airport EMAS barrier on Cape Cod and relocated a historic lighthouse, among other seawall construction work. Accelerating Bridges in Rhode Island RIDOT has witnessed great success with other bridge projects using accelerated construction methods. In late 2010, RIDOT replaced the Round Top Bridge in Burrillville in just 41 days. More recently,

this past August, the Department reopened the Frenchtown Brook Bridge in East Greenwich in only 33 days. All future bridge projects will be evaluated to determine the feasibility of using accelerated construction methods. Not all bridges can be rehabilitated in this way, the RIDOT stated. The impact to traffic (the use of these techniques often calls for a total road closure), the complexity of utility relocations and the amount of work that is needed to be accomplished in the project must be taken into consideration. Similar approaches are planned for the replacement of larger bridge structures in the next two years including the East Shore

Positive Reinforcement Local officials were very pleased with the new bridge on the day of the opening in October. “This is great,” Michael J. Flynn, president of the Smithfield Town Council told Smithfield Patch. “This is a major linkage, (it) links the two sections of Smithfield together. Without it, we’re fractured. The constituents and the Council are really very happy to see this put together, into operation.” “This needed a lot of work. In 2005, I was able to earmark, or as I like to say, Congressionally direct spending so that this bridge could be built, it was specifically targeted for this bridge,” said U.S. Senator Jack Reed (D-R.I.) It will reopen Route 116 and provide safe and convenient transportation for the residents of this wonderful community. And, most important, at this juncture, it put people to work.” Sen. John J. Tassoni, Jr. (D-Smithfield, North Smithfield) joined officials in praising the completion of the Stillwater Viaduct bridge project in Smithfield. “The DOT and its project contractor, Northern Construction Services of Massachusetts, deserve our thanks and compliments for a job well done, and ahead of schedule,” said Senator Tassoni. “The importance of the bridge to the community, to local businesses in the area, cannot be overstated. Early completion of the project is great news and the DOT, by doing such an efficient job on this project, has provided great service to the community. “This shows clearly how, with good planning, local-state cooperation and efficient construction techniques, a major project such as this can be done well. It will serve Rhode Islanders well for years to come.” The bridge is formally known as the Samuel A. Engdahl Bridge, named after former RIDOT bridge engineer who served Rhode Island over a 48-year career. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Japan Tunnel Disaster Shows Aging of Public Works By Elaine Kurtenbach ASSOCIATED PRESS

TOKYO (AP) The deadly collapse of hundreds of concrete ceiling slabs in a tunnel outside Tokyo is raising calls for more spending on Japan’s aging infrastructure, but the country might simply not have the money. Nine people were killed in the tunnel, a major link between the capital and central Japan that opened in 1977 at the peak of the country’s postwar road construction boom. Police searched the tunnel operator’s offices, looking for evidence of negligence. The transport ministry has ordered inspections of 49 other highway and road tunnels of similar construction around the mountainous country. Much more of Japan’s transportation system may require refurbishing after years of spending cuts that starved projects of funding, including for needed basic maintenance. The infrastructure ministry, which is in charge of land and roads, joined with three government highway operators in forming a panel on how to handle problems of deteriorating expressways and tunnels. Experts told the panel that about 40 percent of the 5,415 mi. (8,716 km) of expressways the agencies run had been in operation for more than 30 years, the Yomiuri newspaper reported.

The paper cited Kyoto University expert Toyoaki Miyagawa as saying that countermeasures are “urgently needed” because the roadways and tunnels were built according to specifications suiting much lighter traffic loads than today’s. Such projects would pose an extra burden at a time when Japan’s public debt already has soared to more than 200 percent of its GDP. Miyagawa said the tunnel accident likely resulted from a faster-than-anticipated aging of the structure. About 270 concrete slabs collapsed onto the roadway deep inside the Sasago Tunnel 50 mi. west of Tokyo, falling on three moving vehicles. Central Nippon Expressway Co., the tunnel’s government-owned operator, said it had no record of any major repairs performed since the tunnel opened, but company official Satoshi Noguchi said an inspection of the tunnel’s roof in September found nothing amiss. About a dozen uniformed police were shown on television entering the company’s headquarters in the central city of Nagoya, toting cardboard and plastic boxes. “Yes they are searching our offices here. We will be fully cooperating with them,” said Osamu Funahashi, another company official. The slabs, each weighing 1.54 tons (1.4 t),

fell over a stretch of about 120 yds.. They had been suspended from the arched roof of the tunnel. The operator was exploring the possibility that bolts holding a metal piece suspending the panels above the road had weakened with age. The panels, measuring about 16 ft. (5 m) by 4 ft. (1.2 m.), and 3 in. (8 cm) thick, were installed when the 3-mi.-long (4.7-kmlong) tunnel was built. Recovery work in the tunnel about 50 mi. west of Tokyo halted Dec. 3 to allow reinforcement of the roof to prevent more collapses, said Jun Goto, an official at the Fire and Disaster Management Agency. By Dec. 4, crews were removing the concrete slabs from the tunnel, said Goto, who added that authorities do not expect to find any more victims inside. Spending on public works once was the lifeblood of the conservative Liberal Democratic Party, which has ruled Japan for most of the decades since World War II, though it was ousted by the Democratic Party of Japan in 2009. The government created huge oceanside reclamation projects, bullet train lines and other vital infrastructure, as well as notorious “bridges to nowhere.” Political reforms beginning in the early 2000s focused on cutting spending on public works, but they failed to differentiate between projects that contributed to effi-

ciency and competitiveness and those that did not, said Masahiro Matsumura, a politics professor at St. Andrews University in Osaka, Japan. “Basically, we didn’t spend enough on renovating our decaying water pipes, bridges and tunnels. We didn’t spend enough on public infrastructure,” Matsumura said. Japan, however, has other expensive needs, even as it tries to cope with massive debt. Rebuilding from the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, and ensuing nuclear disaster, is diverting attention and resources from such wider issues. LDP chief Shinzo Abe has made boosting public spending a key platform of his campaign in the Dec. 16 parliamentary election. He accuses current Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda of not doing enough to stimulate the economy after two decades of stagnation. But what worked decades ago during an era of fast growth and ample tax revenues may not have the same impact in today’s fast-aging Japan, especially when the economy is suffering from the global crisis, said Andrew DeWit, a professor at Tokyo’s Rikkyo University. “Now you have this tunnel that fell apart. That has reignited enthusiasm for construction,” he said. “The question is, do they have the money to spend on that?”

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property advisers CB Richard Ellis Middle East said the investment climate is on the rebound. Dubai’s economy grew a healthy 4.1 percent for the first six months of 2012 compared with the same period last year, officials said. But Maclean and others still cast wary eyes on frontier areas such as desert outskirts where many of the giant projects are planned. “We tell developers that the time is not right for them to build speculatively because we see very limited demand,” he said in an interview with Big Project Middle East, which follows major development initiatives in the region. Consider the marketing push ahead for the proposed satellite city: 100 hotels, a theme park in collaboration with Universal Studios, a green space somewhere in size between London’s Hyde Park and New York’s Central Park, and the mother of all malls. But there’s no lack of confidence from its namesake. “The current facilities available in Dubai need to be scaled up in line with the future ambitions of the city,” said Dubai ruler Sheik Mohammad. Another planned development — literally just over the horizon — delves even deeper into the Dubai’s penchant for alternative realities such as an indoor ski slope or an archipelago shaped liked the world’s continents. The lavishly named Falconcity of Wonders was first unveiled during the height of Dubai’s white-hot growth five years ago, but later fell victim to the financial crisis. It’s now back on the agenda with ethnic-themed sections that include replicas of the Eiffel Tower, the Giza Pyramids and the leaning Tower of Pisa. So far, the only significant outrage from abroad is over a proposed version of the Taj Mahal — the “Taj Arabia” — that’s four times larger than the original in Agra south of New Delhi. “It is patently wrong and absurd,” a former Agra legislator, Satish Chandra Gupta, told Indian media. The developers, however, predict it will be a major draw for wedding parties among Dubai’s large Indian community and growing tourism from the subcontinent. The Indian outreach doesn’t end there. A Bollywood theme park is part of a $2.7 billion five-park complex announced by the office of Dubai’s ruler. It also seems to be Sheik Mohammad’s grand response to the fiscal nosedive that shutdown plans for several theme parks, leaving more than one colorful gateway-to-nowhere in the desert. “Hubris,” said Christopher Davidson, an expert on Gulf affairs at Britain’s Durham University, referring to the blitz of new mega-projects.

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JCB has won a landmark deal to supply er on the market,” said Graham Howlett, engines to the world’s leading manufacturer Johnston Sweepers’ UK sales manager. “The of street cleaning equipment. The agreement JCB Ecomax engine is the cleanest and most — initially worth almost $4.8 million per efficient engine available, designed and built year — has been secured with Johnston in Britain by JCB. They were chosen for Sweepers, which supplies its equipment to their advanced engineering, the 55kW pack the public sector, contractors, the rental mar- already meeting future Tier IV final emisket and airports through a network of 200 sions legislation. “The engine delivers improved fuel global dealers. The contract is a significant milestone for JCB as it was secured just weeks after the new Tier IV Ecomax engine went into full production at JCB Power Systems in Foston, Derbyshire. JCB’s engines already power more than 70 percent of the construction and agricultural machines JCB manufactures each year. “JCB and Johnston Sweepers share the same values of producing world-leading prod- Malcolm Sandford (foreground R), managing director of ucts driven by both JCB Powertrain, shakes hands on the deal with Coen van design and manufactur- Rosmalen, general manager of Johnston Sweepers. ing excellence as well as Pictured background (L-R) are Steve Douglas, product Johnston Sweepers; Robert Payne, JCB OEM efficient operation,” said manager engine sales and applications manager; Alan Tolley, JCB JCB powertrain manag- director of engine programs and Dan Taylor, JCB senior ing director Malcolm applications engineer. Sandford. “The JCB Ecomax engine will deliver huge benefits to Johnston Sweepers, consumption and lower emissions, reducing and we are delighted to secure this business.” operating costs and helping authorities to JCB competed against fierce international improve their air quality scores, while also competition before winning the deal with lowering vibration and noise generation for Johnston Sweepers. The manufacturer will greater operator comfort and overall less begin producing engines for Johnston noise pollution.” With the introduction of Tier IV interim Sweepers’ equipment in December 2012. JCB will primarily supply Johnston legislation, most engine manufacturers set Sweepers with JCB’s 4.4 L 55kW Ecomax out to meet the massive reductions in particengine, which is Tier IV final ready, without ulate emissions by incorporating a diesel requiring SCR systems or diesel exhaust particulate filter. JCB used the new laws as an opportunity to innovate and engineer a fluid / Adblue. Founded in 1904 and with two factories in solution that did not require after-treatment Great Britain, Johnston Sweepers sells and consequently provides customers with equipment all over the world, including the lower operating costs. One of the major benefits of JCB’s UK, western Europe, Australia, Russia and the USA. The JCB Ecomax engine will Ecomax engine is its reduced fuel consumppower Johnston’s “V Range” of truck- tion. The Ecomax achieves savings of up to mounted sweepers, which incorporate more 10 percent compared to its Tier III counterpart. In addition, there is a huge maintethan 1,000 design changes. “With the advanced technology of the lat- nance and service benefit with the Ecomax est JCB Tier IV compliant engine at the heart as it runs on standard engine oils, with no of the new sweeper range, we are maximiz- additional service requirements, according to ing performance, payload, fuel consumption the manufacturer. For more information, visit and water conservation and producing the most cost-effective and practical city sweep- www.jcb.com.

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Komatsu 475A Dozer 1:50 Scale...$145

John Deere 850K Dozer $50

Caterpillar D6K Track-Type Tractor $60

Allis-Chalmers Forest Green HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale......................................................................................$90 Allis-Chalmers Orange HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale $90

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Komatsu PC200 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ........................$105

Bobcat A300 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$40 Bobcat E35 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$60

Komatsu D375 Dozer, 1:50 Scale..................................$110

Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$50

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John Deere 872 GP Grader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$60

Komatsu HM250 Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ............$80

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Bantam C-35 Crawler Shovel, 1:50 Scale ......................$70

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Komatsu PC2000-8 Front Shovel, 1:50 Scale..............$260

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Komatsu SK1020 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40

Caterpillar 432E Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$75

Komatsu SK1026 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40

Caterpillar 906H Compact Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$40

Komatsu WA500 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$90

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Komatsu WA500 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$95

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Hamm GRW280 Compactor w/Cabin ............................$80

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International TD-15 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ............................$65

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Caterpillar D8T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$110

International TD-20E Dozer, 1:64 Scale..........................$24

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Caterpillar D10T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........$105

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John Deere 400D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale............$50

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Caterpillar 226B3 Skid Steer Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........$50

John Deere 624K Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale..................$45

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Serving up to eight-percent more productivity than the models they replace, the IT4 diesel-powered 250G LC and 290G LC have insatiable appetites for work. Optimized hydraulics yield more muscle, so you can get in, get done, and get on to the next job. Even with their extra ability, these excavators don’t compromise the smooth control and multifunction capability that have become the trademark of our excavators. Customer-inspired refinements include a spacious, more comfortable cab. And an enhanced LCD monitor with rotary dial for easy turn-and-tap navigation. Everything you need to pile even more work on your plate.

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Schmidt Equipment, Inc. NorthOxford,MA01537 508/987-8786 NorthBillerica,MA 01862 978/667-4345 Plymouth,MA02363 508/830-9997 No.Swansea,MA02777 508/379-9810 Springfield,MA01104 413/543-5595

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Eagle Power & Erb & Henry Equipment Company Equip., Inc. New Berlinville, PA 19545 610/367-2169 Montgomeryville, PA 18936 215/699-5871 Farm-Rite Inc. Shiloh, NJ 08353 Eagle, PA 19480 800/752-6373 610/458-7054 856/451-1368 www.EaglePE.com

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Marshall Machinery, Inc. Honesdale, PA 18431 570/729-7117 Messick’s

Harter Equipment, Inc Millstone Twp, NJ 08535 732/446-7600 1-888-HARTER-1

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Pine Bush Equipment Co, Inc. www.pbeinc.com

Pine Bush, NY 12566 845/744-2006 Holmes, NY 12531 845/878-4004 Westchester Tractor Inc. www.wtractor.com

Brewster, NY 10509 845/278-7766 845/278-4431

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EMPIRE CRANE CO. 7021 Performance Drive N. Syracuse, NY 13212 315/458-4101 Fax: 315/458-3169 Boston, MA 508/868-7734

MCCLUNG-LOGAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY INC. MARYLAND 4601 Washington Blvd. Baltimore, MD 21227 410-242-6500 VIRGINIA 160 Kentmere Court Winchester, VA 22603 540-722-3700 1345 Mountain Rd. Glen Allen, VA 23060 804-266-0000 4112 Holland Blvd. Chesapeake, VA 23323 757-485-3314 8450 Quarry Rd. Manassas, VA 20110 703-393-7344 Tough and rugged, the Terex® RT 130 is the crane of choice for the most demanding rough terrain applications. Other Terex® Cranes Products:

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Second of Five ‘Mega’ Projects Under Way in Bay State By Jay Adams CEG CORRESPONDENT

For commuters getting in and out of Boston, this “Mega” Project will be like hitting “Mega” Bucks. The second of five Massachusetts “Mega” Projects is under way as officials have broken ground on the new Fore River Bridge, a critical artery span connecting Weymouth and Quincy, two of the busiest suburbs south of Boston. Ground was broken in front of the original 1936 bridge by Gov. Deval Patrick and a coterie of local and state officials on Nov. 12. Work will begin in earnest in January 2013. The project is expected to be completed in the fall of 2016. A major part of Patrick’s Accelerated Bridge Program, the planned $244 million bridge will replace a 10-year “temporary” trestle that will parallel it as it is erected. In the old days, government was deemed wasteful. In the new spirit of making every buck count, a new temporary trestle will serve two purposes — rerouting traffic and holding the heavy iron equipment to build the new bridge. In addition, many workers and craftsmen from the South Shore area will be hired to build the very bridge that will serve their hometowns.

Ground was broken in front of the original 1936 bridge by Gov. Deval Patrick and a coterie of local and state officials on Nov. 12.

Joint Venture Under the direction of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT), J.F. White Co., Framingham, Mass., and Skanska-Koch Governor Deval Patrick addresses the crowd assembled at of Carteret, N.J., have been selected to design and groundbreaking. build the span as a joint venture. “The White-Skanska Joint Venture is responsible for constructing the project and managing an array of subJ.F. White contractors who are assisting them in the work,” said According to company literature, J.F. White was founded Michael Verseckes, spokesman of MassDOT. in 1914 by Joseph F. White Sr. During the 1920s and 1930s, “Subcontractors include lead designer Parsons, Modjeski J.F. White focused on roadwork and excavating foundations. and Masters, the designers for the bridge’s operating machin- In 1945, brothers Tom, Joe Jr., and John returned from World ery and controls; Gill Engineering, which will design the War II and reinvigorated the company. In 1950, J.F. White new bridge’s approach roadways; Haley and Aldritch for was awarded the contract to construct what is now known geotechnical engineering and design; Dan Brown and famously as Storrow Drive around Boston and Cambridge Associates, charged with the new bridge’s foundations, and — one of the city’s most important roads paralleling the Howard/Stein-Hudson, which supports the public involve- Charles River. ment effort.” In the early 1970s, the company entered the arena as one Construction methods will be both horizontal and vertical, of the region’s premier contractors with the award of the by road and by sea, making use of what is there and what Charles River Dam project. The Charles River Dam transmust be brought up river. formed J.F. White from a road builder and excavating con“The project plans to make use of both conventional hor- tractor into a competent and well-recognized heavy/civil izontal construction equipment that would be expected with contractor. a large bridge project, as well as specialized heavy lift equipLarger and more challenging projects followed, including ment to move large steel segments, such as the bridge’s lift- the Deer Island Wastewater Treatment Facility, the Ted ing span, into place,” added Verseckes. “As the job site is Williams Tunnel and the North Street to New Chardon Street easily accessible by rail and water, the project team plans to segment of the Central Artery/Tunnel (Big Dig) project. make the best possible use of the river itself and the nearby More recently, J.F. White has delivered the Interstate 93 Fast railroad to bring in the large, permanent steel components 14 project in Medford, Cedar Street project in Wellesley and associated with the new span. This will help minimize the the Chelsea Street Liftspan Bridge. number of large trucks traveling on Route 3A and reduce traffic impacts to the abutting communities of Quincy and Skanska Koch Weymouth.” According to MassDOT, Skanska Koch has been Verseckes and local officials noted the long, noteworthy involved with the construction or the rehabilitation of most and recommended histories of the companies involved in major bridge structures in New York, and has performed this critical joint venture. bridge rehabilitation in other parts of the country. The com-

pany has more than 100 years of experience in steel erection, bridge construction and bridge rehabilitation. Skanska Koch’s experience in the public-sector construction market has been exemplary and has earned the esteem and tremendous respect, not only of the public agencies that the company has served, but also of its vast array of competitors. Skanska Koch’s successful longstanding history with public-sector clients includes the New York City DOT; New York State; the Triborough Bridge & Tunnel Authority New York, New York; the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PANJNY); and Caltrans. Up to 100 Workers Per Shift The number of workers on the Fore River Bridge project will vary throughout the job depending on the current requirements of construction. The size of the force on the job site will vary from 10 to 100 depending on the phase of the project, according to Verseckes. The project will be under construction year round. “Certain aspects of the project, such as silt-producing inwater work, will be restricted due to the requirement to protect migrating anadromous fish that travel through the Fore River, but generally speaking, and with the exception of extreme weather events, some work will be under way on the project year round,” said Verseckes. Workers on the project will generally work a double shift, with shifts currently scheduled for 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. “At certain key moments during the project, such as concrete pours, and with the concurrence of MassDOT and adequate advance notice to the abutting communities, the job will operate on a 24-hour basis for a defined period of time,” added Verseckes of the consensus commitment to finish the massive project on-time and on-budget. “Our Accelerated Bridge Program is a key part of our growth strategy of investing in education, innovation and infrastructure to create jobs and spur economic development,” said Patrick at the groundbreaking. “Investing in transportation infrastructure builds stronger communities for the next generation across the Commonwealth.” Replacing a temporary bridge constructed in 2002, the new Fore River Bridge will be a vertical-lift bridge with several upgrades. The Fore River channel will be widened to accommodate the vessels that serve the active petroleum terminal, and its vertical clearance in the down position will be higher to reduce the number of openings for sailboats.

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Absolute Equipment 3038 Babcock Boulevard Pittsburgh, PA 15237 (412) 931-6655 (866) 931-6655 Fax: (412) 931-0993

McClung Logan Equipment Co., Inc.

Highway Equipment & Supply Co.

Liftech Equipment Companies

Penn Jersey Machinery

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241 Paul Rd. Rochester, NY 14624 (585) 328-6380 (800) 339-9651 Fax: (585) 328-3622

120 Gordon Drive Lionville, PA 19341 (610) 363-9200

www.wiclark.com 30 Barnes Industrial Park Rd. Wallingford, CT (203) 265-6781

www.tdmgo.com 52 US Route 1 Scarborough, ME 04074 (207) 799-1538

61 County Line Road Somerville, NJ 08876 (908) 218-1919

15 Station Road Brookfield, CT 06804 (203) 775-1203

Walter S. Pratt & Son

4500 Paxton St. Harrisburg, PA 17111 (717) 564-3031

4601 Washington Blvd. Baltimore, MD 21227 (410) 242-6500

200 Burkholder Drive Ephrata, PA 17522 (717) 859-3132

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4381 Walden Ave. Lancaster, NY 14086 (716) 684-9045 (800) 284-9580 Fax: (716) 684-9044 6847 Ellicott Drive East Syracuse, NY 13057 (315) 463-7333 (877) 543-8324 Fax: (315) 463-6971

The W.I. Clark Company

1330 Hurfville Road Deptford, NJ 08096 (856) 227-6400

80 Pratt Road Plainfield, CT 06374 (860) 546-4808

331 Edward Curry Ave. Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 889-0105

Volvo Construction Equipment & Services 300 Turnpike Road Southborough, MA 01772 (800) 544-8098

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317 Columbia St. Rensselaer (Albany), NY 12144-2920 (518) 465-1549 Fax: (518) 465-0712

Washington Air Compressor Rental Company 7304 Grove Rd. Frederick, MD 21704 (301) 662-7711 4622 42nd Pl. Hyattsville, MD 20781 (301) 277-1300 1800 4th St., NE Washington, DC 20002 (202) 635-1500 44180 Wade Drive Chantilly, VA 20152 (703) 742-6200

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Eastern PA’s ABC Honors Outstanding Contractors, Construction Projects Associated Builders and Contractors Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter (ABC) presented 31 awards to outstanding commercial construction projects at its 22nd annual Merit Construction Awards of Excellence Banquet Nov. 28, at the Radisson Valley Forge in King of Prussia, Pa. The association also named its members of the year in six categories. “Each year the quality of projects in our awards program improves,” said Mark McMahon, ABC chairman and vice president at Delran Builders Company. “ABC members prove time and again that merit construction produces impressive buildings safely, on-time and within budget. Our members should be proud of their accomplishments which help to make this region a better place to live and improve the quality of life for everyone in the area.” Industry professionals representing a cross-section of architects, engineers, commercial real-estate owners, developers and industry leaders visited each project to evaluate the entries and determine the award winners. ABC members entered 36 projects in the 2012 competition and 31 awards were presented Wednesday night, including: • Commercial Over $4 Million Excellence: Springhill Suites by Marriott (King of Prussia, Pa.), Ehret Construction Company Inc. (Wilmington, Del.) Merit: Balford Farms Warehouse Expansion (Burlington, N.J.), Delran Builders Co. Inc. (Wyndmoor, Pa.) • Commercial Under $4 Million Excellence: Regus-Saucon Valley (Center Valley, Pa.), Ondra-Huyett Associates Inc. (Allentown, Pa.) Merit: Citadel Federal Credit Union (Oxford, Pa.), C. Raymond Davis & Sons Inc. (Kimberton, Pa.) • Institutional, Educational Over $20 Million Excellence: Arcadia Kuch Commons (Glenside, Pa.), Delran Builders Co. Inc. (Wyndmoor, Pa.) Merit: Kim & Tritton Residence Halls at Haverford College (Haverford, Pa.), W.S. Cumby Inc. (Springfield, Pa.) • Institutional, Educational Under $20 Million Excellence: Christina Seix Academy Welcome Center & Field House (Ewing, N.J.), C. Raymond Davis & Sons Inc. (Kimberton, Pa.) Merit: Delaware Valley College (Doylestown, Pa.), E. Allen Reeves Inc. (Abington, Pa.) • Institutional, Senior Living Over $17.5 Million Excellence: The Evergreens Healthcare Center - Phase 2 (Moorestown, NJ), Wohlsen Construction Company (Lancaster, Pa.) Merit: Kendal Communities: Kendal at Longwood Cottages (Kennett Square, Pa.), Warfel Construction Company (East Petersburg, Pa.) • Institutional, Senior Living Over $5 Million to $17.5 Million Excellence: Lutheran Community of Telford (Telford, Pa.), E. Allen Reeves Inc. (Abington, Pa.) Merit: Waverly Heights Healthcare Phase I & II (Gladwyne, Pa.), C. Raymond Davis & Sons Inc. (Kimberton, Pa.) • Institutional, Senior Living Under $5 Million Excellence: Waverly Heights Theater (Gladwyne, Pa.), C. Raymond Davis & Sons Inc. (Kimberton, Pa.) Merit: Phoebe Berks Village (Wernersville, Pa.), Hollenbach Construction Inc. (Boyertown, Pa.)

• Institutional, Clubs & Institutions Excellence: Edgar N. Putman Event Pavilion at The James A. Michener Art Museum (Doylestown, Pa.), AdamsBickel Associates Inc. (Collegeville, Pa.) Merit: Aronimink Golf Club (Newtown Square, Pa.), E. Allen Reeves Inc. (Abington, Pa.) • Public Construction Excellence: Upper Dublin High School (Fort Washington, Pa.), Worth & Company Inc. (Pipersville, Pa.) Merit: Washington Crossing National Cemetery Phase 1B (Newtown, Pa.), Brubacher Excavating Inc. (Bowmansville, Pa.) • Heavy Construction-Infrastructure Excellence: SR 52, Section LWD (Chester County, Pa.), Allan A. Myers (Worcester, Pa.) Merit: LVIP VII - Lot 1 (Bethlehem, Pa.), Brubacher Excavating Inc. (Bowmansville, Pa.) • Residential Excellence: Private Residence (Phoenixville, Pa.), C. Raymond Davis & Sons Inc. (Kimberton, Pa.) Merit: Lafayette Square (Sadsburyville, Pa.), Pancoast & Clifford Inc. (West Chester, Pa.) • Restoration/Renovation — $1.3 Million and Over Excellence: Woodside Lodge at Spring Mountain (Schwenksville, Pa.), Gorski Engineering Inc. (Collegeville, Pa.) Merit: Cannon Club (Princeton, N.J.), E. Allen Reeves Inc. (Abington, Pa.) • Restoration/Renovation Under $1.3 Million Excellence: Speed Raceway (Horsham, Pa.), Gorski Engineering Inc. (Collegeville, Pa.) Merit: BioMed Realty Trust - 335 Phoenixville Pike Spec Labs (Malvern, Pa.), EDiS Company (West Chester, Pa.) • Pre-Engineered Building Excellence: Hawker Beechcraft Service Center (Wilmington, Del.), EDiS Company (West Chester, Pa.) • Specialty — $3 Million and Over Excellence: St. Luke's Riverside Hospital (Easton, Pa.), Worth & Company Inc. (Pipersville, Pa.) Merit: East Stroudsburg University Student Housing (East Stroudsburg, Pa.), George J. Hayden Inc. (Hazleton, Pa.) • Specialty Under $3 Million Excellence: 17 Black Forest (Hamilton, N.J.), Worth & Company Inc. (Pipersville, Pa.) Merit: Doylestown Presbyterian Church (Doylestown, Pa.), McCarthy Masonry & Concrete Inc. (Quakertown, Pa.) ABC also named its 2012 members of the year, nominated by the membership: • Associate of the Year: Davis, Bucco and Ardizzi, Conshohocken • Supplier of the Year: Steven Kempf Building Materials, Conshohocken • Specialty Contractor of the Year — Less than $10 Million: Zebby Sulecki Inc., Newtown Square • Specialty Contractor of the Year — More than $10 Million: The Tri-M Group LLC, Kennett Square • General Contractor of the Year — Less than $10 Million: Warfel Construction Company, East Petersburg • General Contractor of the Year — More than $10 Million: Adams-Bickel Associates Inc., Collegeville For more information, visit abceastpa.org.

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Highway Equipment Company 22035 Perry Highway 1 Zelienople (Pittsburgh), PA 16063 724/452-7800 5846 West Rd. & I-79 McKean (Erie area), PA 16426 814/476-7755 Rte. 219 North Dubois, PA 15801 814/371-3600

Westchester Tractor, Inc. Westchester Tractor 60 International Blvd. Brewster, NY 10509 845/278-7766 Fax: 845/278-4431 www.wtractor.com

Frank Martin Sons, Inc. 491 Lakewood Road Madison, ME 04950 207/858-4748 Fax: 207/858-4747 316 Market Street Fort Kent, ME 04744 207/834-3171 Fax: 207/834-3115 www.f-m-s.com

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All Island Equipment 39 Jersey St. West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 631/643-4060 www.allislandequipment.com

Tracey Road Equipment, Inc. Syracuse 6803 Manlius Center Road, P.O. Box 489 East Syracuse, NY 13057 800/872-2390 Binghamton 1523 Route 11 North Kirkwood, NY 13795 800/370-9488 Watertown 19598 Cady Road (Exit 44-Watertown Center off I-81) Adams Center, NY 13606 888/335-0200 Albany 115 Railroad Ave. Albany, NY 12205 866/740-8853 www.traceyroad.com

Elliott & Frantz, Inc. 450 E. Church Rd. King of Prussia, PA 19406 610/279-5200 Jessup, MD 410/792-9134 Washington, D.C. 301/725-7394 Hagerstown, MD 301/733-8100 Harrisburg, PA 717/652-5430 Delmar, DE 302/846-3033

Harter Equipment, Inc. 615 State Route 33 Millstone Twp, NJ 08535 732/446-7600 888/HARTER-1

Chadwick-BaRoss, Inc. 15 Katrina Road Chelmsford, MA 01824 978/256-9571 800/804-0775 www.chadwick-baross.com

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Talbert Introduces New 50CC/RP Hybrid Trailer

With a deck length of 26-ft. (7.9 m), the new 50CC/RP offers the space for full construction fleet loads, while also featuring a specially-designed slope to allow easy transport of rollers and pavers. Kenworth has added a PeopleNet pre-wire option for the Kenworth Class 8 T660, T800 and W900.

PeopleNet Pre-Wire Option Added for Kenworth Models Kenworth has added a PeopleNet pre-wire with all versions of the display units. The new option for the Kenworth Class 8 T660, T800 and option also includes the harness, antenna and roof W900. bracket. The connector locations are located on PeopleNet is a leading provider of innovative the left-hand sleeper tool box on Kenworth and integrated onboard computing and mobile AERODYNE sleepers and behind the right-hand communications systems for effective fleet man- side of the driver seat on day cabs, extended day agement. The company provides fleets with real- cabs and modular sleepers. time automated tools that can help to enhance For more information, visit safety and compliance, reduce operating costs www.peoplenetonline.com. and improve customer service. Automatic vehicle location, lane departure notification, onboard event recording, remote vehicle shutdown, speed monitoring, and vehicle management are some key PeopleNet applications available with its onboard computer. These and other PeopleNet technology tools and services can be utilized by fleets to promote efficient and cost-effective transportation. The Kenworth option includes an adaptor for J1939 to communicate to J1708 for use by the sys- The company provides fleets with real-time automated tem. The pre-wire is compatible tools.

Combining the benefits of a close couple lowbed design with a roller paver model, Talbert’s 50CC/RP hybrid trailer offers a longer loading incline and increased lift capacity. This allows the hybrid trailer the ability to haul a greater range of equipment, from loaders and excavators to rollers and pavers. Additionally, the specialty design provides versatility for a larger audience of contractors including general construction, grading, excavation and pavement, according to the manufacturer. With a deck length of 26-ft. (7.9 m), the new 50CC/RP offers the space for full construction fleet loads, while also featuring a specially-designed slope to allow easy transport of rollers and pavers. The design slopes from the bottom up to create a more moderate incline over a greater distance, approximately a third of the deck length. Finish height at the front of the main beams is 8.75 in. (22 cm). Additionally, the trailer features a bolt-on ramp to provide a more gradual load angle at the rear; 15degrees rather than the standard 35degree angle. The 50-ton (45 t) capacity 50CC/RP offers a deck width of 8-ft. 6in. (2.6 m) and a low deck height of 20in. (51 cm). Designed for ease of operation, loading and unloading, the 50CC/RP Hybrid is a non-ground bearing hydraulic gooseneck trailer. Air ride suspension provides a smoother ride, while

Talbert’s +3 / -3 control system allows fast and easy height adjustment of the lower and back end. The 50CC/RP is four-axle capable, offering even greater versatility. It features three axles with fourth axle pin-on configuration. Axle capacity is 25,000lbs. (11,340 kg) each. To accommodate varying state laws, the trailer offers a dual kingpin setting of 108 and 90. Built for strength and reliability, the 50CC/RP features a four main beam design and T1, 100,000-psi minimum yield steel construction. The loading ramp is wood-filled and double-hinged to provide strength and traction needed for heavy equipment. To ensure a solid base for any load, Aptiong flooring offers proven performance and durability. Other standard features include rearloading fenders, LED lights, strobes and battery backup. Talbert’s newest trailer was designed for Hale Trailer Brake & Wheel, a Talbert dealer for more than 20 years, headquartered in Voorhees, N.J. Hale’s Concord, N.C. branch partnered with Talbert for the World of Asphalt/AGG1 tradeshow and purchased the original model displayed on the show floor. The new trailer complements Talbert’s full product line, while also enhancing the line for the roller paver market. For more information, call 800/3485232 or visit www.talbertmft.com.

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Mack Supports Sandy Disaster Relief in New York City Mack Trucks presented a $25,000 storm and its incredible surge. Entire check to New York City communities were devastated. Lives Commissioner of Sanitation John J. were lost. And many New Yorkers Doherty to support relief efforts folface years of rebuilding. But our lowing Hurricane Sandy. The donaDSNY workers were out citywide, tion will go to the Mayor’s Fund to many of them in Mack trucks, helpAdvance New York City, a not-foring families recover and hauling profit organization dedicated to commore than 338,000 tons of storm munity and economic improvement, debris to date. We really appreciate and will be used to meet immediate Mack’s continued support.” needs for food, water and supplies, as As one of the most damaging well as long-term relief and restorastorms ever to hit the northeastern tion projects. United States, Hurricane Sandy “New York City has long been an caused public and private losses of important refuse and heavy-duty approximately $15 billion that will truck customer for Mack Trucks,” not be covered by private insurance, said Kevin Flaherty, president of according to reports from New York Mack Trucks North American Sales City. and Marketing. “We value our rela“New York is very important to tionship with New York, and we Kevin Flaherty, president of Mack Trucks North American Sales and Marketing, presents a check our company and vital to the ecowant to assist them as they deal with for $25,000 to New York City Commissioner of Sanitation John J. Doherty to support relief efforts nomic health of the entire nation,” enormous demand for public services following Hurricane Sandy. (L-R) are Flaherty, Doherty, Dan Wickline, director of government Flaherty said. “For more than 100 in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.” and municipal sales of Mack Trucks, and New York City Deputy Commissioner for Support years, our trucks have been helping Mack’s relationship with New Services Rocco DiRico. to build our country, and it’s Mack’s York City stretches back more than privilege to continue that tradition “On behalf of Mayor Bloomberg, I would and support one of America’s greatest cities 100 years to 1900 when the Mack brothers York City was a customer of Mack Trucks as incorporated the company and began manu- early as 1911, and the New York depart- like to thank Mack Trucks for their very gen- as they put the damage created by Sandy facturing their first heavy-duty vehicle, a 20- ments of sanitation and transportation erous donation to New York City’s behind them.” passenger touring bus aptly named the together have more than 6,000 Mack vehi- Hurricane Sandy relief efforts,” Doherty For more information, visit said. “Our city was hit hard by the super www.macktrucks.com. “Manhattan,” in a Brooklyn factory. New cles currently in service.

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MAXIMIZE EFFICIENCY. MINIMIZE COSTS. LET’S WORK. Volvo Construction Equipment offers equipment that’s ideal for quarry work. Our wheel loaders feature our exclusive OptiShift technology for exceptional fuel efficiency, while our articulated haulers are designed for quick transport of aggregates. With the support É of Éover 300 É dealer É locations É É across North America, the result is greater productivity for your crew – and É a higher É É earning potential for you. É É É É Learn more about OptiShift by contacting a Volvo dealer near you. Visit volvoce.com/na today.





 

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MAXIMIZE EFFICIENCY. MINIMIZE COSTS. LET’S WORK. Volvo Construction Equipment offers equipment that’s ideal for quarry work. Our wheel loaders feature our exclusive OptiShift technology for exceptional fuel efficiency, while our articulated haulers are designed for quick transport of aggregates. With the support É of Éover 300 É dealer É locations É É across North America, the result is greater productivity for your crew – and É a higher É É earning potential for you. É É É É Learn more about OptiShift by contacting a Volvo dealer near you. Visit volvoce.com/na today.





 

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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section N.J. Recycler Produces More for Less, in Less Space A quick scan around the recycling yard in South Amboy, N.J., tells you that Clyde Cameron is a value-conscious equipment buyer. Here, at one of the two Beacon Scrap Iron & Metal facilities south of Newark, N.J., the fleet covers a wide mix of varied equipment makes, models and vintages. Against this setting, a brand new 830 R-HD scrap-handler in fresh Sennebogen green stands out. Clyde Cameron III takes the lead in equipment purchases for his family’s 40-year old business. He explained, “It seems the only thing you can’t buy used these days is a good material handler on tracks. They are rare, people normally use them until they are no good. There are lots of wheeled machines around, but everything we saw on tracks had too many hours for the price. When we compared the cost of a new Sennebogen, it really split the difference between a used machine and the new cost from other manufacturers.”

After shopping the new and used equipment market, Beacon’s Clyde Cameron III found that the Sennebogen 830 R-HD offered the best balance of price and value in tracked machines for his two scrap facilities in Newark, N.J.

Purpose-Built Saves Costs Cameron often works closely with Dominick Vecchiarelli of Binder Machinery when he’s sourcing equipment. Binder is the Sennebogen distributor in the region, and Vecchiarelli believes that the purpose-built design of the green machines makes them the more cost-efficient choice for Beacon’s operation. “When you convert an excavator into a material handler, even at the factory, there’s an added expense. It’s expensive to begin with and then it’s expensive in fuel. Sennebogen machines are made for this job. You aren’t paying for a dirt machine, then paying to make it do something else.” Cameron said, when he began looking at new machines, he was immediately attracted to Sennebogen’s purpose-built features. “All the same size class machines that I saw were around 20 percent higher in cost,” he said, “and they still couldn’t do the same job. Not only did we get a better machine, we got it for a better price.” Running a Tight Operation The engineering of the 830 R-HD helped Cameron deal with being squeezed on space as well as being squeezed on costs. Between the Welcoming the arrival of Beacon’s new Sennebogen 830 R-HD South Amboy facility and the firm’s other location are (L-R) Dominick Vecchiarelli, sales manager at Binder in nearby Freehold, N.J., Beacon Scrap Iron & Machinery; Clyde Cameron III; William Smith Sr.; and Jim Gill, Metal processes in excess of 5,000 tons of ferrous Binder Machinery’s specialist in scrap processing equipment. and over a million pounds of non-ferrous per month. In June 2012, the South Amboy yard was holding a can receive between 400 and 500 customers in total every lot of 15,000 ton of ferrous in reserve stock, waiting for the day between both locations. The two yards, which also share the use of a fully portable market to offer more favorable pricing. On top of that, traffic lanes were busy with a steady stream of residential and shear/baler/logger, are each situated on just four acres. In this light commercial scrap. Furthermore, Beacon maintains space, they need to accommodate processing, stockpiling hundreds of roll-off boxes throughout its service area, and see BEACON page 70

Representing the third generation of the family-owned Beacon Scrap Iron & Metal, Clyde Cameron III (L) is joined by his grandfather, William Smith Sr., the founder of the company.

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Superior Trailblazer Conveyor Offers Quick Setup Time Superior Industries’ Trailblazer conveyor enables crews to set up or take down in as little as two hours. That’s a significant time savings over both transfer conveyors, which contain multiple pieces, and stationary groundline conveyors, which require days or even weeks for setup and tear down. The versatility of the Trailblazer conveyor makes it ideal for a variety of applications and industries including aggregate, mining, recycling, waste handling and bulk processing. It includes 500-ft. (152 m) of fully belted and assembled groundline-style conveyor that folds up in an accordion style to easily transport on an attached 84-ft. (25.6 m) trailer. Providing 500-ft. in a one-load, towable package makes installation as easy as determining a starting point and marking the destination. Once marked, the truck driver moves forward, and a crew of two to four unloads the conveyor. The crew inserts the supports as the conveyor takes shape, sets take-ups and attaches the conveyor’s hopper. For added productivity, the hopper can be placed at any location along the conveyor. The Trailblazer conveyor’s accordion design not only allows for easier transport, but it also provides greater length with less set-up time. With a length of 60 to 80 ft. (18 to 24 m) for an average transport conveyor, it would take up to eight of them to equal the same 500-ft. stretch of the Trailblazer con-

The Trailblazer conveyor includes 500-ft. (152 m) of fully belted and assembled groundline-style conveyor that folds up in an accordion style to easily transport on an attached 84-ft. (25.6 m) trailer.

veyor. Those other conveyors also would require eight belts to maintain, eight drives to power and eight transfer points. Connecting points can become spillage zones and greasing points. Eliminating them

not only decreases the amount of spillage, but also the number of areas that require supports. That, in turn, significantly reduces downtime for maintenance. Further enhancing efficiency and produc-

tivity is Superior’s Navigator return trainer. Used to provide continuous belt alignment, the return roller from the company’s components division maintains tracking and avoids material buildup that can cause costly downtime. Hinges provide belt flexibility to easily accommodate variations in grade, and a 50 hp (37 kW) system ensures smooth travel at any incline. Trailblazer conveyors are fully customizable and can be designed to various lengths and with additional components to fit a customer’s specifications. Standard belt sizes are 36 or 42 in. (91 or 107 cm) wide by 500 ft. long. Capacity limits range from 1,000 to 1,200 tph (907 to 1,088 t) of 100 lbs. per cu. ft. density material, with a belt speed of up to 400 ft. (122 m) per minute. The Trailblazer conveyor also is engineered and equipped with safety in mind. Its towable package includes a fifth wheel hitch, brakes and directional lights. Transport straps and pull-pins ensure that each conveyor section comes off the chassis one at a time, and help guide it safely onto supports. Bolt-together guard rails easily pin into place. In addition, to ensure safety during set up and take down, Superior’s team provides conveyor operators with complete training on the system. For more information, call 800/321-1558 or visit www.superior-ind.com.

Sennebogen Helps Jersey Recycler Make Most of Its Space BEACON from page 67

and loading. Today, both sites now rely on an 830 R-HD for loading trailers and feeding the shear. “We especially like the Sennebogen units’ ability to operate close-in,” said Cameron. “Some of our older cranes had three-piece booms for tight quarters, but they are hard to find anymore. When we have a big pile like we do now, we have to load 15 to 25 trucks a day. The 830 has a two-piece boom and stick that can load close in and it has good reach for its size. It also lifts the same weight over all sides so there is less need for it to move around.” A Family Affair Deciding on the new Sennebogen machines was a carefully considered purchase for the family business. Clyde Cameron represents the third generation of the family to take part in managing Beacon’s business. His father, also named Clyde, and his grandfather William Smith Sr., Beacon’s founder, were also involved in different stages of the purchase decision. “I was put in charge of research and development for all our new equipment — though I do more research than development!” he said.

Active in the company for the past 11 years, he has served time operating every piece of machinery in the fleet. He still spends time operating machinery in the yard, but also works with equipment suppliers to plan the company’s next moves. “I’m looking at a few new pieces to add. Next we will probably need a second guillotine shear, for increased capacity.” Hands-On Inspection When Cameron began to zero-in on the 830 R-HD, he visited another recycler in Staten Island to see its wheeled counterpart on the job. He was accompanied there by his father, who leads the servicing of the Beacon fleet. After taking turns operating the machine, both men were impressed. “We knew they were good machines, because every yard has them and you never hear any complaints,” said the younger man. “At the demo, my father could see how well built they are and how easy they would be to maintain — everything is right there for you for servicing. Having ‘no computers’ on board helps, too.” The family also gave consideration to the larger Sennebogen 835 R-HD scrap-handler but Cameron’s grandfather, who remains active in the company, agreed that the small-

er unit met the price/value equation for their operation. Cameron observed that “…it’s a 90,000 lb. machine that outlifts, outreaches and moves faster than the 120,000 lb. machines they replaced… it does a lot for its size.” The pair of 830 R-HD machines they purchased from Binder are fitted with 1-yard Rotobec four tine grapples and with 30 in. (76 cm) Winkle scrap magnets used for clean-up duties. The purchase also included a 60 in. (152 cm) Winkle magnet used for loading selected ferrous and irony aluminum materials. “We’re also one of the top 10 aluminum buyers in this area,” Cameron noted. The Value of Trust Dominick Vecchiarelli has been Binder’s representative for 14 of the 20-plus years that the distributor has been supplying equipment to Beacon. He has known Clyde Cameron since Clyde was 8 years old. Cameron recalled, “I always asked every salesman for equipment brochures, but Dominick was the only one who brought me some.” Binder also supplies Komatsu machinery and a wide variety of attachments as well as much of the used equipment in Beacon’s

fleet. “Even if Binder doesn’t have the type of equipment I need, I know Dominick will help me find it.” After working with Cameron on the selection of the Sennebogen machines, Vecchiarelli is quite complimentary of Cameron’s purchasing process. “Clyde’s questions about the equipment are those of an experienced operator and an experienced buyer. He has lived and worked around this machinery since he was just a child, and the things he asks me can be just amazing.” The trust between the two was an important factor in Cameron’s decision to go with the new Sennebogen scrap-handlers instead of other equipment brands. After running the 830 R-HD machines for several months, Cameron and his family are pleased with their decision. As Cameron reported, “When we were using [other machines] with demo grapples to load light iron or #1 steel, it took about an hour to load a truck. Now, I’m timing it out at about 10 to 15 minutes for a load of steel. The 830s are a lot more fuel efficient than our previous cranes, too. We’ve been able to accomplish a lot more in less time, for less cost.” For more information, call 704/347-4910 or visit www.sennebogen-na.com.

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Modern Equipment 201 W. Church Rd., Suite 500 King of Prussia, PA 19046 800-445-4381 610-825-1952 Edison, NJ 732-738-9200 Sicklerville, NJ 800-682-9678 Bristol, PA 215-943-9100 www.moderngroup.com

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6x16 2 Deck Screen-It

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Wirtgen Surface Miner IDs Cutting Tools Wear, Tear

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Official dealer partner of Superior Industries in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.

Wirtgen’s 4200 SM WPI surface miner with integrated measurement system detects wear and tear on cutting tools. WPI stands for Wirtgen pick inspection — and essentially consists of eight very quickly measuring sensors integrated in the cutting roller housing. These sensors are used to measure the wear of the cutter. WPI can take measurements in less than one minute and this can be carried out easily during truck changeover so that downtimes can be avoid- The use of WPI provides the machine operator with a ed. The entire measure- quick and easy overview of cutting tool wear — without ments are taken automati- causing any machine downtime. cally at the press of a button, and the operator can see the measure- diesel and 2,648 gal. (10,000 L) for water ment results on a separate screen. Machine additionally increase the miner’s uptime. A two-stage conveyor system with 71 in. operators and service technicians are thus able to optimally plan any necessary service (180 cm) wide primary and discharge conintervals, and the cutting tools are used to veyors and a discharge conveyor length of 472 or 630 in. (1,200 or 1,600 cm) respectheir maximum capacity. tively, supports the miner’s cutting performance of up to 3,000 tons per hour. The dis4200 SM WPI: Maximum charge conveyor’s large slewing angle of Performance in Large-Scale 180 degrees, flexible height adjustment and Opencast Mining The new 4200 SM is a high-performance variable belt speed ensure smooth loading of machine for mine operators and customers large transport trucks even in space-restrictin large-scale opencast mining whose goal is ed conditions. to achieve an annual mining capacity in soft App for Service Teams Reduces rock of up to 12 million tons with a single Changeover Times machine while wanting to make full use of Another advantage of WPI comes from the benefits offered by Wirtgen’s selective mining technology that enables cutting, the simplified workflow for the service crushing and loading in a single working teams responsible for changing the cutting pass. The surface miner is available to cus- tools. If a cutter needs to be changed, a septomers in two different designs: as a power- arate mobile end device prepares the inforful mining expert for hard rock, such as iron mation stating which cutter is to be changed. ore, bauxite or phosphate, or for use in vari- This function is accomplished by an applicaous types of soft rock including, for exam- tion that shows part of the cutting roller and ple, coal or lignite. The miner has a cutting marks the cutter to be changed in color. In addition, when operating the entire surwidth of 13.8 ft. (4.20 m) and is capable of working at a maximum cutting depth of 32.7 face miner fleet, the information on the wear status of the cutting tools helps to optimize in. (83 cm) in soft rock. The heavy-duty machine is equipped with the whole service and production process. a 16-cylinder diesel engine from Cummins, For example, the use of service technicians making it the ideal candidate for a wide and the provision of spare parts is planned range of applications as its power of 1,612 specifically based on the wear information hp (1,194 kW) offers tremendous reserve of the individual machines. For more information, visit capacity. Generously dimensioned tanks offering capacities of 766 gal. (2,900 L) for www.wirtgen.com.

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The machines are shown with optional equipment.

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Ne New, w, impr improved oved LLT106 T106 ja jaw w plant

G Groundbreaking roundbr b eaking excellence br excellence Increaase productivity and reduce operating costs with mproved Lokotrack LT106 LT106 jaw plant. New ffeatur eatures, the im impr ud ding a radial side conveyor, high inertia flywheels including d an a advanced automation system with ultrasonic and material level sensor, combine to deliver the best capacity d cost c efficiency in its size class. A robust crusher drive and d hea h vy-duty air filtration system help make this LT106 and even more reliable than its predecessor. To learn more outt the new and improved LLT106, T10 contact your local T106, about Metso tso o distributor today. E-mail: maiil: minerals.nam@metso.com www.metso.com

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Contractor and recycling customers in ME, RI, VT, NH and MA and state of NY , excluding New York City and surrounding counties

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100 Mellott Drive War fordsburg, PA PA 17267

55 Industrial Park Drive Binghamton, NY 13904 607-772-6500

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855 Centennial Avenue Piscataway, NJ 08855 info@foleyinc.com 732-885-5555

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500 Commerce Drive Clifton Park, NY 12065 518-877-8000

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15 Middle Avenue Holtsville, NY 11742 631-758-7500

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www.whitneyandson.com 95 Kelley Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420 800-245-5472 978-343-6353 info@whitneyandson.com

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4565 William Penn Hwy. Murrysville, PA

717-564-2121

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2995 Stewart Drive State College, PA

724-776-7660

814-237-8338

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814-898-3388

570-538-2551

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Vibration Analysis System Maximizes Uptime, Profit Operations relying on screening as a key component in their value chain are now able to maximize product quality, uptime and profit by closely monitoring their vibrating screens to achieve peak performance and efficiency, due to the wireless Vibration Analysis System and Vibration Analysis Partnership Program completely designed by W.S. Tyler. The system and the program can help mines and quarries enhance product quality, improve productivity, reduce unscheduled maintenance and extend screen life, all of which translate to more profitability, according to the manufacturer. “We set out to create vibration analysis options that will positively impact the bottom line for mines and quarries,”

screens’ performance, maximizing screening efficiency and minimizing unscheduled downtime. To help customers maintain consistently high performance, W.S. Tyler also offers a complete, ongoing and technology-based vibration analysis partnership program. Through the program, W.S. Tyler provides the complete vibration analysis technology kit, consisting of: • eight wireless Bluetooth accelerometers that are attached to the outside of the vibrating screen to take readings at intervals determined by the customer. • a hand-held data collection and analysis device (PDA) • the analysis software • batteries and chargers With the hand-held device, customers easily download vibration The vibration analysis service is an in-person program that cusdata and visualize initial findings. tomers can utilize at intervals they deem necessary for their For a more in-depth report, cus- operations. Through the service, certified W.S. Tyler technicians tomers simply transmit the data to visit customers’ sites to collect data from the vibrating screens. W.S. Tyler via email. The company provides feedback to customers within 24 hours by sending a simple one page Catharines, Ontario. It consists of a combination of classreport, containing all recommendations. The room and infield sessions designed to familiarize operators process also creates historical data that cus- with the system, its readings and the recommendations. W.S. Tyler’s new programs work hand-in-hand with the tomers and W.S. Tyler can use to evaluate percompany’s Pro-Deck approach. The Pro-Deck approach formance over extended periods. Initial training on the program ensures each optimizes screen media performance by incorporating the customer knows how to work the vibration ideal screen media for each of the three separate phases of analysis tools, how to submit the readings and the screening process. For more information, call 800/325-5993 or visit W.S. Tyler provides the complete vibration analysis technology kit, what to look for in the reports. W.S. Tyler will consisting of eight wireless Bluetooth accelerometers that are provide this training at its facility in St. www.wstyler.ca. attached to the outside of the vibrating screen to take readings at intervals determined by the customer, a hand-held data collection and analysis device (PDA), the analysis software and batteries and chargers.

W.S. Tyler Technology Manager Dieter Takev said. “We’ve accomplished that by designing technologically advanced systems that cater to the unique characteristics of vibrating screens and which are user friendly.” The goal of the vibration analysis system is two-fold. On one hand it offers the capability to conduct preventive and predictive maintenance. On the other, it pursues the ideal screening performance by optimizing the parameters of the screen in a way that particles find as many opportunities as possible to pass screen openings. The vibration analysis service is an in-person program that customers can utilize at intervals they deem necessary for their operations. Through the service, certified W.S. Tyler technicians visit customers’ sites to collect data from the vibrating screens. The technicians are equipped with signature wireless vibration analysis systems used for monitoring, data collection and analysis of speed, stroke and overall performance of any vibrating screen. Following each analysis, W.S. Tyler provides a detailed, easy-to-understand report that helps mine and quarry operators to better understand the interaction between their feed material, screen media and vibrating screens. Unlike standard diagnostic services, Tyler’s vibration analysis report not only contains all the data and information from the analysis, but offers a translation of the results into complete and easyto-follow recommendations for improving the tested

The goal of the vibration analysis system offers the capability to conduct preventive and predictive maintenance. On the other, it pursues the ideal screening performance by optimizing the parameters of the screen in a way that particles find as many opportunities as possible to pass screen openings.

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High Productivity – Low Operating Costs SENNEBOGEN green line material handling machines make your competitors “green with envy” TYLER EQUIPMENT CORP.

C.N. WOOD CO., INC.

TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT, INC.

GIBSON MACHINERY

MIDLANTIC MACHINERY INC.

East Longmeadow, MA 413-525-6351 Berlin, CT 860-356-0840 www.tylerequipment.com

Woburn, MA 781-935-1919 Avon, MA 508-584-8484 Whately, MA 413-665-7009 Johnston, RI 401-942-9191 www.cn-wood.com

Syracuse, NY 800-872-2390 Binghamton, NY 800-370-9488 Rochester, NY 866-950-6210 Watertown, NY 888-335-0200 Albany, NY 866-740-8853 www.traceyroad.com

Oakwood Village, OH 440-439-4000 Pittsburgh, PA 724-695-5000 www.gibsonmachinery.com

Wilkes-Barre, PA 570-824-9891 Harrisburg, PA 717-652-3190 Frackville, PA 570/874-6140

ATLANTIC EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY Hampton, VA 757-827-4778 800-325-0461 www.aeandsupply.com

BINDER MACHINERY CO. South Plainfield, NJ 908-561-9000 800-562-0012 Winslow Township, NJ 856-767-5900 800-562-0012

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Bluefield, WV 304-817-7435 Beckley, WV 304-255-4111 Bridgeport, WV 304-842-3511 St. Albans, WV 304-755-3311 Wilkinson, WV 304-752-9313 www.rish.com

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Powerscreen H6203

Powerscreen Metrotrak HA Jaw Crusher

ALL SERIOUS OFFERS CONSIDERED!

2011 model with approx 1175 hrs. 24 x 36” jaw opening. CAT 7.1 engine. Hydraulically adjust settings. Overband magnet, side dirt conveyor, dust suppression and wireless remote. Location: Virginia. Priced to sell for $279,000

2007 Model with Approx. 2825 Hrs. One of the largest Mobile Tracked Screening Plants on the Market. Three Deck 20’ x 6’ Horizontal Screen Box, Ideal Machine for Fine Aggregate Screening. Comes with Additional Recirculating Conveyor Mounted on Machine. Has a CAT Engine. Location: North Carolina. Price: $265,000 REDUCED TO ONLY $229,500

Powerscreen Pegson XH320

Telestack Conveyors

ALL SERIOUS OFFERS CONSIDERED!

2010 model with approx. 4950 hrs, Mobile impact crusher with quick hydraulic adjust settings and overload protection system. Vibrating grizzly feeder. Side dirt conveyor. CAT C-9 engine. Wireless remote control. Overband magnetic separator. Under pan feeder. Location: North Carolina. Was Priced at $298,500 REDUCED TO ONLY $259,500

Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic is a dealer for Telestack conveyors. Providing mobile tracked stockpiling conveyors, radial telescopic conveyors and more! We have tracked units available for rental or purchase.

Spare Parts We also sell the full range of Powerscreen & Pegson parts. Want crusher & screen wear parts for Extec, Sandvik, Fintec, Finlay, Metso or Komatsu machines? Conveyor Belting Available! Call Us!

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Green Line Addition…

Sennebogen Unveils New 5-Tine Grapples Sennebogen 5-tine hydraulic grapple in action.

:KDW:RXOG<RX*ULQG" High volume wood waste recyclers know that when it comes to creating the highest volume products at the lowest cost per ton, nothing reduces urban wood waste, stumps, or brush like a Peterson horizontal grinder! Alban Tractor Covering Maryland & Delaware (410) 686-7777

Barry Equipment Covering New England & Eastern NY (508) 949-0005

Cleveland Brothers Covering Pennsylvania & West Virginia (814) 237-5132 ext. 5101

Trico Equipment Services Covering New Jersey (877) 874-2624

Just one look at a Peterson can show you why we build the most innovative grinders in the market. For nearly thirty years, Peterson’s attention to detail and drive to build the highest quality, highest volume producing machines make a Peterson a sure investment. Want to see what a Peterson Horizontal Grinder can do? Give us a call at 800.269.6520 or visit us at www.petersoncorp.com.

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The green line 5-tine hydraulic grapples recently introduced for Sennebogen scrap handlers include models ranging from .50 to 5 cu. yd. (.4 to 3.8 cu m). The green line series was created by Sennebogen to meet most needs of its scrap handling customers. Constantino Lannes, president of Sennebogen LLC, said the new grapples simplify purchasing of Sennebogen scrap handling equipment. “Operators can now deal with a trusted standard of reliability and support for the complete productivity solution.” The models with optional rotators provide high lift and torque capacity. Furthermore, the rotators are designed to accept high radial loads and axial loads, ideal for the pushing and pulling stresses in recycling applications. Each model operates within a wide pressure range, to a maximum of 5500 psi, to cover the widest possible range of equipment operating pressures, according to the manufacturer. Protective features such as steel hose guards and cylinder guards enhance reliability by minimizing potential damage to critical components from impacts or debris. Direct hose routings further reduce the grapple’s exposure to damage. All wear surfaces of the tines are 33 percent more wear resistant than T1 steel and tips are fabricated using a material providing 44 percent better abrasion resistance than typical AR-500 steel. The tines are specifically designed to shed material cleanly and prevent material accumulation. Sennebogen grapples are available exclusively through authorized Sennebogen distributors throughout United States, Canada and South and Central America. For more information, call 704/347-4910 or visit www.sennebogen-na.com.

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CRUSHING EQUIPMENT, PARTS & SERVICE Ace Equipment Sales, Inc. and Milroy and Company LLC 171 Tolland Turnpike (Route 74) • PO Box 535 • Willington, CT 06279

(860) 429-2793 • Fax: (860) 429-0542 Don Bayer • (518) 527-1910

John Patton • (860) 614-3426

Bill Dahill • (203) 314-2113

Go to www.acecrushers.com for a complete listing and description of our new and used equipment. Telsmith Vibro-King TL 8x24 Inclined Screen

MCR Technologies: Integrated Belt Scales

The Telsmith Vibro-King TL Inclined 8x24 screen yields high production and is built around the revolutionary TL shaft assembly. Utilizing the “never-wear” sealing system, the TL shaft assembly delivers long service life with less maintenance. The TL live body is available with flat or crowned deck designs, accepting all screen media to deliver optimum performance in tough applications. This inclined screen is available for either wet or dry screening applications.

Performance Management – Take Control of Your Operation! This integrated belt scale systems allows you to view plant operations from any computer…monitor one scale or up to 24 scales on the network! This system gives you the ability to establish and maintain the full capabilities of your plant through remote management.

A. Remote Display in Control Tower with wireless Ethernet Access Point.

B. Standard Weight Shark C. Remote Display and belt scales with wireless Ethernet additional wireless bridge in loader. Ethernet bridges.

D. Wireless Ethernet Bridge in Office allows either a Remote Display or PC’s to view scale data.

USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE Crushers Cedarapids 30 x 42 Portable Jaw Plant w/Jaw Crusher

s/n 50309/50382, 42” x 20’ Vibrating Grizzly Feeder, 150 HP Electric Crushing Motor, End Discharge Conveyor, Ready for Transport, FOB: Willington, CT..........................$195,000

Eagle 1536 Portable Jaw Crushing Plant

s/n 10945, Eagle Model 33D4155, 15x36 Jaw Crusher, Vibratory Pan Feeder with Hydraulic Grizzly Dump - Remote Control, 3’x6’ 2-Deck Scalping Screen, Cummins Diesel Engine Drives, 50KW Generator and Hydraulic Pump, Dual-Axle, 30” FoldUp Discharge Conveyor, Rear Discharge Conveyor for Screen Throughs, Jaw Dies Over 50%...VERY GOOD CONDITION!!! ................................$145,000

Pioneer 540CSE Cone Portable Plant

Telsmith 52H Portable Cone Plant

s/n 450CSE101, 45 Allis-Chalmers Cone, DD Screen, Electric Starters and Switch Gear on Board, 200HP, Dual-Axle, Double Deck Screen, Front and Rear Discharge Conveyors ........................$125,000

s/n 505M2588, Refurbished 52S Model H Cone Crusher, Crusher s/n: 202M9842, New Head and Shaft Assembly, New Eccentric, (2) New Thrust Bearings, New Inner Sleeve, New Outer Sleeve, New Inner & Outer Piston Rings, New Countershaft Bearings, New Belleville Springs, 90% Manganese, Hydraulic Relief, Dynamic Adjustment Controls for Close Side Settings & Extraction, Air - Oil Cooler Option, Telsmith Dual-Axle Chassis with Side Discharge Conveyor, 250 HP Motor w/Switch-Geat, Will be Painted, Ready for Transport and Crushing, FOB: Willington, CT ....................................$255,000

WE HAVE ALL THE PARTS YOU NEED: Manganese, Conveyor Belts, Idlers, Head Pulleys, Tail Pulleys and Much More!

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Mulchers Transform Trees, Brush Into Fine Chip Layer

An interchangeable tooth design keeps each tooth seated in its holder with a cross bar that runs the full width of each tooth.

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ, INC.

10421 Guilford Road Jessup, MD 20794 301/725-7394 Fax: 301/725-7361

12051 Tac Court Manassas, VA 20109 703/257-2381 Fax: 703/257-2383

38420 Sussex Highway Delmar, DE 19940 302/846-3033 Fax: 302/846-0763

450 E. Church Road King of Prussia, PA 19406 610/279-5200 Fax: 610/279-6366

The new Bradco Series II mulchers by Paladin Attachments attach to excavators, skid steers and forestry tractors to shred hardwood trees, brush and ground vegetation up to 8 in. (20 cm) in diameter. Available in cutting widths of 36, 60 and 72 in. (91, 152 and 183 cm) — depending on the machine and application — they feature a heavy-duty bent-axis variable displacement piston motor that offers better performance on demand, prevents stalling under heavy loads and provides a quicker recovery time, according to the manufacturer. To increase versatility, return on investment and productivity, they can be switched between prime movers without changing hydraulic motors, belts or belt drive sprockets/pulleys. The drive train’s synchronous belt drive system eliminates belt and belt drive sprocket/pulley slippage to lower operating cost and maintenance needs. An interchangeable tooth design keeps each tooth seated in its holder with a cross bar that runs the full width of each tooth. Standard reversible carbide teeth double operation life and can be easily interchanged without needing to rebalance the rotor. The spiral cut pat-

tern reduces the amount of cut per tooth for less drag, finer chip size and increased performance. The heavy-duty rotor construction of the Bradco Series II Mulchers features a balanced 0.75-in. (1.9 cm) wall drum that rotates at speeds up to 2,000 rpm with a 2.44-in. (6.2 cm) high-strength alloy steel shaft that passes through the entire length. Internal reinforcement rings minimize rotor flex for longer bearing life. Available exclusively on the MM36E 36in. excavator model, the tree stabilization guide captures a standing tree trunk between the cutting rotor and frame with an angled “kick” plate to help the operator maintain full control. All Bradco Series II mulchers feature an adjustable push bar and replaceable abrasion-resistant AR400 skid shoes. An optional oil cooler also is available for both field and factory installation. Skid steer and tractor models feature an on-board pressure gauge for monitoring the system pressure with easy viewing from operating position. For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit www.paladinattachments.com.

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Additionally, design improvements have been incorporated that will improve the aesthetics of the bridge. One of the elected officials on hand at the groundbreaking had an interesting perspective. Mass. Congressman Stephen F. Lynch is a former iron worker in heavy construction before his life in politics. Lynch was glad that his local colleagues would get jobs on this huge project. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am pleased to see that construction will finally begin on the new Fore River Bridge,â&#x20AC;? Lynch said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;As an ironworker, I commend Governor Patrick and MassDOT Secretary [Richard] Davey for choosing a world-class construction team whose strong record of utilizing local South Shore building trades people will guarantee that the craftsmanship and pride of Weymouth and Quincy workers will become part of this bridge.â&#x20AC;? MassDOT Secretary Davey added, â&#x20AC;&#x153;This project is an important link for South Shore drivers, but it also is an important corridor for the industrial shipping uses that need this bridge and this channel just as much. The finished product will not only meet those needs, but also will have major upgrades to accommodate pedestrians and cyclists as well.â&#x20AC;? The new bridge will consist of two, 12 ft. (3.7 m) wide travel lanes on each side and a 5 ft. (1.5 m) bike lane on both sides; pedestrian sidewalks will be 6.5 ft. (2 m) wide on the bridge and expand to 9 ft. (2.7 )in width on the approaches to the bridge. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Fore River Bridge has long served as a vital link between the City of Quincy and the entire South Shore, and its viability is crucial to the continued economic success of the entire region,â&#x20AC;? said Senator John F. Keenan. â&#x20AC;&#x153;After many years of work, todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ground breaking marks an important milestone in the bridgeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s history and I look forward to working with MassDOT, state, city and town officials to make sure this replacement project is completed on-time, on-budget and with little interruption to local residents and commuters.â&#x20AC;? Trestle Offers Support According to the MassDOT Web site, the initial phase of construction after Christmas includes building a temporary trestle extending from both banks of the Fore River to the future location of the new bridgeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tower legs. When finished, the temporary trestle will be used to support the very machinery that will drill the shafts for the new bridgeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s foundations. It is currently expected that installation of these drilled shafts will begin in

January 2013. The steel supports and wooden deck for the temporary trestle will arrive at the work site on a fleet of trucks traveling up Route 3A, the artery carried over the Fore River Bridge. As the job progresses, and larger permanent bridge components begin arriving at the site, the project team expects to take advantage of deliveries by water and rail to help minimize traffic impacts. Throughout construction, until the spring of 2016, at least one sidewalk will be available to pedestrians. During periods of reduced capacity on the temporary bridge, the community will be alerted through the MassDOT Web site and social media, the project email list, and other media channels. MassDOT said construction phases will be as follows: â&#x20AC;˘ Phase 1: Construction of the lifting span and towers, the north side dolphins and fenders (the system that protects the bridge from collisions with ships), four of the six approach spans and rehabilitation of the retaining walls. This phase runs from March 2013 to June 2015. â&#x20AC;˘ Phase 2: Connection of the new bridge to the approaches, set for June to November 2015. This phase will include a reduction in capacity on the temporary bridge while the approach ramps are connected to the new structure. Also included in this segment of the job is testing of the machinery which lifts the movable span. â&#x20AC;˘ Phase 3: All four lanes open and all traffic on the new bridge. Construction of the sidewalks, south side dolphins and fenders and removal of the old temporary bridge. Approximately Sept. 2015 to Sept. 2016. The $3 billion Patrick-Murray Accelerated Bridge Program is greatly reducing the number of structurally deficient bridges in the state system, while creating thousands of construction jobs on bridge projects. Since 2008, the number of former MassHighway and Dept. of Conservation and Recreation structurally deficient bridges has dropped from 543 to 437, a decline of 19.5 percent. As of Sept. 1, 2012, the ABP Program had completed 102 bridge projects, with another 67 bridge projects currently under construction and an additional 19 bridge projects scheduled to start construction within the next year. Over the course of the eight-year program, more than 200 bridges are to be replaced or repaired, but none bigger than Fore River. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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New D65-17 Equipped With Latest KOMTRAX Technology consumption. Komatsu America Corp.’s line of D65-17 crawler dozers are powered • Newly designed joystick conwith the fuel efficient and larger distrols for power and comfort placement, 8.9 L, EPA Tier IV Komatsu’s ergonomically Interim and EU Stage 3B emission designed palm command control syscertified Komatsu SAA6D114E-5 tem (PCCS) gives operators maxiengines. Built upon a Tier III engine mum control, offering a relaxed posplatform, Komatsu has designed an ture and superb fine control to minienvironmentally friendly engine that mize operator fatigue. Thumb push increases power while decreasing buttons simplify transmission gear fuel consumption an additional 5 pershifting. The pilot controlled cent over the Tier III model it hydraulic blade and ripper control replaces, according to the manufacjoystick offer enhanced blade and turer. ripper fine control. A standard (EX), low ground presEngine speed is controlled using sure (PX) and a wide (WX) track an easy-to-operate electronic throttle model are available to offer cuscontrol dial, which eliminates maintomers flotation and weight distributenance of linkage and joints. tion options that best match their Powerful turns under various work applications. Operating weight conditions are achieved with the ranges from 44,355 to 49,315 lbs. hydrostatic steering system (HSS), (20,119 to 22,369 kg) depending on which is driven by an independent the version. The new models push hydraulic pump and motor to transwith a net (ISO 9249 / SAE J1349) Operating weight ranges from 44,355 to 49,315 lbs. (20,119 to 22,369 kg) depending on the mit power to both tracks without version. The new models push with a net (ISO 9249 / SAE J1349) 205 hp (153 kW) at 1,950 205 hp (153 kW) at 1,950 rpm. interruption. Counter-rotation is Developed primarily for heavy rpm. available for minimum turning dozing and finishing operations, the radius, providing maneuverability D65-17 combines the SIGMADOZmany applications. The new D65-17 modadvanced diagnostic capability. • New cab design creates optimal operER blade with a new automatic transmission Komatsu also has developed a hydrauli- els include a new toggle switch to angle the ator environment with torque converter lock-up to achieve cally actuated Komatsu variable geometry 6-way blade for increased operator ease. The new D65-17 crawler dozer’s comincreased productivity and fuel economy. A turbocharger (KVGT) and an exhaust gas • New automatic transmission signifi- fortable working environment allows the new Komatsu 6-way power angle tilt (PAT) recirculation (EGR) valve, resulting in better cantly improves fuel economy operator to concentrate on the work at hand blade also is available for all models, creat- precision and air management as well as The D65-17s have a new automatic trans- for increased productivity. The new larger ing a balanced and agile tractor for light and longer component life. The Komatsu diesel mission with lock up torque converter that medium dozing operations. The blade also particulate filter (KDPF) has an integrated reduces fuel consumption and offers greater cab is now integrated with ROPS (roll-over provides precise grade cutting required for design that will not interfere with daily oper- power train efficiency. The lockup mechan- protection structure) and moves the standard site prep, golf course or house pad applica- ation but will keep the operator aware of its ics of the torque converter automatically air ride operator’s seat 3 in. higher and 4 in. tions. transfers engine power directly to the trans- closer to the blade for increased front, side status. The new dozer is equipped with the latest • Choice of the next generation SIG- mission, reducing fuel consumption by 10 and rear visibility. The dozer’s viscous cab mounts reduce KOMTRAX technology, which sends MADOZER percent. The Tier IV engine provides an shocks and vibration even over adverse conmachine operating information to a secure The D65EX and WX are equipped with additional 5 percent reduction. Because of Web site utilizing wireless technology. Hour SIGMADOZER, providing the machine the efficiency of the electronically controlled ditions. The interior cab decibel has been meter, location, cautions, load ratio, fuel with a large blade capacity of 7.34 and 7.72 engine and transmission, fuel consumption decreased to 75dB for a quiet work environconsumption and maintenance alerts — to cu. yd. (5.6 and 5.9 cu m) respectively. is decreased while machine power is main- ment. A new, large 7 in. high resolution color LCD monitor in the cab displays all name a few of its features — are relayed to Based on a completely new excavation the- tained. the web application for analysis. The KOM- ory, SIGMADOZER dramatically improves Two gearshift modes — automatic or machine information. A comfortable stanTRAX fleet monitoring system increases dozing performance and increases produc- manual — can be easily selected to fit the dard air ride seat with heat enhances operamachine availability, reduces the risk of tivity by 15 percent over conventional semi- appropriate application: automatic for all tor comfort further. • Convenient Maintenance Equals machine theft, allows for remote diagnosis U blades as proven on the larger D155AX-6 general dozing offers the choice of four forby the distributor, and provides a wealth of and D275AX-5 dozers. The Komatsu ward and reverse speeds and manual for Guaranteed Reliability Recognizing that maintenance is critical other information to drive business efficien- designed blade increases soil holding capac- dozing and ripping rough ground offers the cy and productivity. ity while simultaneously reducing sideway choice of three forward and three reverse for successful equipment uptime, Komatsu Special features of these new crawler doz- spillage because it digs and rolls material up speeds. For maximum operating efficiency, has designed the D65-17 with easy routine ers include: at the center of the blade. SIGMADOZER the automatic gearshift transmission shifts to maintenance in mind. Daily engine checks • EPA Tier IV Interim and EU Stage 3B also reduces digging resistance producing a the optimal gear range based on the working are grouped at the left hand side of the engine compartment. A manually reversing Emission Certified Engine smoother flow of material enabling the doz- conditions and load. Built upon Tier III technology, the Tier IV ing of larger amounts of soil with less power, Two selectable Working Modes — E and fan allows for quick cleaning of the radiator Interim SAA6D114E-5 engine provides according to the manufacturer. P — match machine performance to the without leaving the cab. The D65-17 also increased horsepower while lowering fuel A PAT blade with highly durable box application. E mode is chosen for all gener- comes standard with the parallel link underconsumption. Komatsu’s Tier IV Interim structure C-Frame is optionally available for al dozing, leveling and spreading applica- carriage system (PLUS). This rotary bushing engine platform uses an advanced electronic each model. 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From the Bleachers Whew! That was close, but the world did not end Dec. 21 as predicted by the Mayan calendar! So, dear readers, I hope y’all – that’s Louisiana for you all – had the merriest of Christmases … and that the coming year will be your luckiest ’13. Of course, 2013 will be lucky for some and not so lucky for others. Heck, I’m pretty sure I won’t win the Mega Millions lottery, but hey, you never know! But as always, there will be many surprises, some good, some bad and some ugly. And that is almost always true in the sports world year in and year out. So, after Santa Claus climbed back into the sleigh and headed back to the North Pole with Rudolph’s red nose leading the way, I got out my crystal ball, put on my head wrap and took a long look down highway 2013. As always, there were some surprises and some ho-hummers. • The Seattle Seahawks will win the Super Bowl, defeating the Houston Texans, 31-21, in the New Orleans Superdome and set a record … for the lowest Super Bowl television ratings in decades. • The entire National Hockey League season will be cancelled and shortly thereafter both the

owners and the players’ union will announce, “Well, I guess we showed them!” • Notre Dame defeats Alabama, 38-17, in the BCS championship game and afterward ND coach Brian Kelly is asked how the Fighting Irish were able to pull off the upset and says, “Well, my guess is, our players were better at reading our playbook than the ’Bama guys were at reading theirs.” • U. of Alabama football coach Lou Saban vows to have Alabama’s first woman president, Judy Bonner, fired when she complains that he is making roughly $5 million a year to coach a team and she makes less than half that for running the entire university. Then he will say to the media, “You tell me: What’s more important in Division I, reading, writing, arithmetic, or football?” • Jay Thomas, the new football coach at Northwestern State U. of Louisiana, my alma mater, installs the historic single-wing offense and the Demons go 12-0 because nobody else could figure out how to stop an offense that has four running backs in the backfield. • The Oklahoma City Thunder defeat the Miami Heat in six games to win the NBA champi-

onship and LeBron James sets an NBA record by taking six steps after stopping dribbling the ball and doesn’t get called for traveling. • Despite starting way back in the pack, Danica Patrick wins the Daytona 500 and three days later, world-class skier Lindsey Vonn announces she will stop hitting the slopes and take up what she calls “real racing.” • The USGA and the Royal and Ancient decide to reverse their 2012 ruling and allow belly putters to continue to be used. At the same time, in an effort to make the game more competitive for nonbelly putters, the two ruling gods of golf change the diameter of the golf cup from 4.25 inches to 3.5 inches, beginning immediately. • Rory McIlroy wins his second consecutive PGA Championship with a record score on the Oak Hill East Course, becoming the only player in modern history to shoot 17 over par for 72 holes and win a major. When asked why the scores were so high, McIlroy says, “The ball would barely fit into the hole.” • The New York Yankees finish third in the American League East with an 81-81 record and owner Hal Steinbrenner firing everybody on the

payroll, from manager Joe Girardi to the guy who vacuumed the locker room. And yes, that includes Derek Jeter. “Why would you cut Jeter?” the media asked over and over. “Look, I’m just doing what my dad would do if he were still here.” • Retired tennis star Andy Roddick comes out of retirement and wins the U.S. and Wimbledon tournaments and the sports world is astounded. He is asked over and over, “How in the world were you able to do that, Andy?” And finally, he confesses: “Well, I decided to grunt loudly every time I hit the ball, like the women do. And it worked!” • And finally, my crystal ball actually looked at me and smiled, then told me that the LPGA tournament at Locust Hill Country Club will be here and remain a major championship indefinitely. Let’s hope it’s right on! 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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Materials Prices Not Expected to be Big Issue in 2013-14 FUNDING from page 14

of the former bottlenecks. In the past, federal aid money was not subject to annual obligation limits, and so some states carried over unobligated balances. Now the money has to be obligated in the federal fiscal year so that

is nowhere near the level of bond issues several years ago. Though state and local spending is starting to improve, ARTBA does not expect significant investment, which would really drive overall growth in highway and bridge construction, or any large jump in spending in 2013.

“Over the long run, overall tax revenues are one of the best indicators of what will be spent on highways and bridges. We expect these revenues to be back where they were in 2008, which is very positive.” Dr. Alison Premo Black ARTBA

money can get into the funding stream sooner.” State, Local Projects Black said some recovery of lost revenues is taking place on the state and local level. She said this is a positive sign for construction. “A quarter of those revenues come from the federal aid program and this funding must go to capital expenditures like highway construction, rather than for operations or administrative costs,” she added. “User fees account for about 41 percent of revenues, but these are impacted by the overall economy, including whether less people are driving. Some states also have other fees. Bonds account for about 14 percent of revenues. “Over the long run, overall tax revenues are one of the best indicators of what will be spent on highways and bridges. We expect these revenues to be back where they were in 2008, which is very positive. However, there is usually a lag between when these funds come in and when additional capital expenditures take place in transportation. States still have to spend more in other areas, including 2.5 million more students in public colleges and universities and 4.8 million more people eligible for health insurance coverage. There’s still a $55-billion gap between this revenue and expenditures.” The outlook for public/private partnerships, meanwhile, has been improving, Black said, “and they are a very important market tool for many states.” Other Forecast Areas Bond issues from state and local governments have been a significant investment. A big $3.2 billion uptick occurred in state and local bond issues in September 2012, but this

Material prices aren’t expected to be a big issue in 2013 and 2014, but will be an issue in the longer run, with an uptick expected as demand increases in general construction. The world economy also is a factor in making supply more difficult in a few years. The materials market is pretty much back where it was before the market crashed in 2008. Inflation is expected to remain in the two percent to three percent range, with prices for highway and bridge materials increasing about three percent. U.S. ports and waterway construction are expected to skyrocket nearly 25 percent, to $2.65 billion in 2013. This growth will be driven by expanded sea trade expected with completion of the Panama Canal expansion in 2015. Construction of airport runways and terminals is expected to grow in 28 states, with

overall growth of 4.5 percent, to $12.5 billion in 2013. Funding is expected to increase over the next five years as passengers increase, larger aircraft arrive, and privatization proceeds. Fourteen airports in eight metropolitan areas need upgrading. Five airports now accommodate the larger aircraft now arriving on the scene, and 12 more airports are expected to handle them in 2013 after upgrade construction. Construction of light rail and subways is expected to decrease eight percent largely due to the 33-month delay in passing MAP21. In surveys, 57 percent of contractors expect sluggish growth. ARTBA said that, because contractors are working below capacity level, they have the ability to handle new projects in an expanded public works program vitally boosting the economy.”

State of the Nation’s Highway Funding (In the following interview, Beth McGinn, director of public affairs of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA), answers questions about the status of the nation’s highway and bridge construction program.) CEG: Highway and bridge construction is one of the keys to sustaining our economic recovery. Are we moving ahead? McGinn: ARTBA President Pete Ruane and 2012 ARTBA Chair Paul Yarossi were present when President Obama signed the new surface transportation bill, MAP-21, into law this past July. Immediately after leaving the White House, Yarossi announced the formation of an ARTBA task force that will spearhead the association’s efforts to secure additional federal investment for MAP-21, work with federal, state and local agencies on the implementation of the new law, and look ahead toward the next reauthorization process. When you consider what MAP-21 was up against, that it took almost three years to get done, and that it will expire in two years, you can see how important it is to start preparing now. CEG: Would the task force recommend steps that Congress should take? McGinn: MAP-21 provided needed market funding and stability over the short term, but the long-term revenue challenges facing the Highway Trust Fund remain. We must get Congress to step up and fund the federal transportation capital investment program properly with a sustainable and robust dedicated revenue stream. CEG: In ARTBA’s estimation, how much should we be spending on our highways and how would this funding affect our economy? McGinn: According to the U.S. DOT there is currently a $20 billion annual shortfall at the federal level just to maintain status quo road conditions. So that’s not even to improve our transportation network for the millions of new drivers and commuters expected to come onto the system over the next several years — that’s just to maintain the existing network.

CEG: What’s the outlook on how many years would be funded by the next bill? McGinn: If I could predict what Congress will do, I’d be a very wealthy woman. I can tell you that infrastructure projects like those our members help build take years to complete. So, multi-year spending authorization is needed to give states the certainty they need to move forward on projects. The last highway bill, SAFETEA LU, basically funded six years of work. After it expired in 2009, it was extended 10 times until the present transportation bill was passed and signed into law. The time that the next bill will cover depends on Congress coming up with a long term revenue stream. CEG: Could efforts to avoid automatic cuts under the “fiscal cliff” crisis result in cutting funds for highway work? McGinn: The “fiscal cliff” is a combination of roughly 8 percent across-the-board spending cuts (sequestration) and tax increases due to the expiration of tax cuts mostly enacted in 2001 and 2003. The HTF is largely exempt. CEG: Does ARTBA still favor raising the federal fuel tax to increase funding of the Highway Trust Fund? McGinn: Let’s not get hung up on one method. We are focusing on all user-based means to strengthen the Highway Trust Fund, as well as ensuring that Congress and the President fully understand the dire consequences of inaction. CEG: Is there any evidence that MAP-21 is creating more jobs? McGinn: The measure basically continues current funding levels for the highway program. Our economists say MAP-21 is providing some measure of stability to the transportation construction industry, but no new money means no new growth. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Doosan Plate Compactors Flat-Top Design Allows ‘Cap’ to Be Added Three new plate compactor models expand Doosan excavator versatility and make quick work of restoring trenches. Featuring a flat top mount design, the Doosan plate compactors can easily be mounted to different carriers. The flat-top design allows a “cap” to be added to the attachment based on the specific machine being used. Four outboard shock mounts distribute vibrations evenly while keeping the attachment level, improving compaction efficiency and extending component life. Standard flow controls prevent over-speeding, which can lead to poor compaction and reduce bearing life, according to the manufacturer. Applications for the plate compactor attachments include compacting trenches, footings and slab areas. An excavator-mounted plate compactor attachment provides more powerful compaction force than handoperated compactors and reduces the need for workers

in the trench. The PCX64 is approved for the Doosan DX140LC excavator, with a baseplate width of 23 in. (58 cm). The attachment’s dynamic force is 6,400 lbs. (2,903 kg) and the compaction frequency is 2,000 vibrations per minute (vpm). The PCX114 is approved for the Doosan DX140LC, DX180LC, DX190W, DX210W, DX225LC and DX255LC excavators. It features a baseplate width of 27 in. (68.5 cm), 2,000 vpm frequency and 11,350 lbs. of dynamic force. The PCX220 is approved for the Doosan DX255, DX300, DX350, DX420, DX480 and DX520 excavators. It features a baseplate width of 32 in. (81 cm), 2,100 vpm frequency and 22,000 lbs. (5,148 kg) of dynamic force. For more information, visit www.doosanequipment.com.

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The Case multi-fit coupler plete fills. offers complete hydraulic latchCase SmartFit bucket teeth are ing, enabling excavator operators now factory-installed, standard to quickly attach and detach equipment on Case buckets purbuckets and other components chased with all full-sized and without leaving the cab. A mid-range excavators. mechanical blocking system Customers also may purchase eliminates manual safety pin additional SmartFit equipped insertion. Case buckets, or upgrade older The universal design of the model buckets, at Case coupler enables Case excavators Construction Equipment dealerto connect a wide range of Case ships. and other OEM buckets and The SmartFit system provides attachments within the same size stronger, more durable teeth and class. A hydraulic check valve adapters, and hammerless, and mechanical blocking bar reusable locking pins. SmartFit help prevent the accidental bucket teeth are available in a release of an attachment. Case Smart Digging Systems components include new pin-on variety of configurations to fit a Designed for the multi-fit cou- buckets, coupler buckets, the Case multi-fit coupler and the full range of buckets. The pler, Case coupler buckets fea- SmartFit bucket teeth system. SmartFit lineup includes general ture integrated bucket pins to prepurpose, rock chisel, heavy penevent any loss of breakout force that might the coupler buckets work in either the back- trator, tiger, twin tiger and flare teeth. otherwise occur when using a coupler hoe or face positions for optimum versatility. For more information, call 866/54CASE6 device. Available in a wide range of sizes, Their design results in quicker, more com- or visit www.casece.com.

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Atlas Copco Pit Viper 311 Can Drill Holes Up to 125 Ft. Deep Atlas Copco’s PV-311 is designed to meet the demands of today’s expanding mining market with the proven systems, components and technology of the Pit Viper series. The Pit Viper 311 is similar to the Pit Viper 351 with its single-pass drilling, but the Pit Viper 311 has the capacity to drill holes deeper to a maximum depth of 125 ft. (38.1 m). Drilling up to 65-ft. (19.8-m) clean holes with a live tower can reduce nondrilling time and, combined with taller benches, can greatly increase production capability, according to the manufacturer. The Pit Viper 311 is the first release of the all new Pit Viper 310 series. Atlas Copco Engineering Project Manager Iain Peebles said the PV-311 offers a narrow range of hole sizes 9 to 12.25 in. (23 to 31 cm), which fills in the gap between the hole ranges of the Pit Viper 351 and the Pit Viper 270. “We’ve incorporated a lot of existing technology that’s proven successful on our other Pit Viper models,” Peebles said, adding that there have been some upgrades. “One of the things we’re most excited about on the PV-310 series project is our new cab. Now you have a fully adjustable chair with joystick and cab controls. We’ve elevated the cab above the deck to give the operator a better view. We’ve tried to

improve operator visibility around the machine, with larger windows and mirrors placed so the operator can see what’s going on at ground level and the front of the machine.” The Pit Viper 311 offers drive train options with both Tier IV and Tier II diesel engine alternatives. The tower has an interchangeable unit, structurally similar to the Pit Viper 351, but is deeper to accommodate larger sheaves for either single-pass or multi-pass applications. Weldments also have been improved, including a ladder that provides access to decking in the tower above the rod changer when the tower is horizontal. Bits can be changed above the Pit Viper 311 rig’s deck even while singlepass drilling 65-ft.-deep (19.8 m-deep) holes so operators will have their eyes on making and breaking the connection each and every time. The two-speed hydraulic rotary head delivers 12,880 ft.-lbs. (17.62 kNm) of The new Atlas Copco Pit Viper 311. rotation torque at 140 rpm and 7,000 ft. lbs. at 240 rpm. Hydraulic cylinders keeping the rotary head aligned and taut, cutdrive the cable feed system, and the auto- ting down on unscheduled maintenance matic cable tensioning system reduces cable time. and rotary head guide wear by continually Standard across the Pit Viper range,

including the Pit Viper 311, are a hydraulically powered breakout slide wrench and a hands-free auxiliary hydraulic wrench with a 6-in. (15 cm) clamp cylinder. The fork chuck features an improved deck bushing. Atlas Copco offers a number of options for the Pit Viper 311, including an automatic hydraulic clutch designed to decrease fuel consumption during non-drilling operations. In addition to standard safety and interlock features, the unit’s rig control system supports auto-level, autodrilling, GPS hole navigation, wireless remote tramming and more. A multi-pass version of the Pit Viper 311 known as the Pit Viper 316 is now under development. The Pit Viper 316 will drill to a depth of 295 ft. (90 m) using a five-rod carousel with 50-ft. (15 m) drill pipe. The Pit Viper 316 is scheduled to be launched during 2013 as a replacement to the DM-M3 model and will specifically match the flexibility required for cast-blasting operations in coal mining. For more information, call 800/7326762 or visit www.atlascopco.us.

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The biogas powered airport snow sweeper, delivered by AEBI Schmidt to Swedavia, is just one of the success stories to come out of Volvo CE’s OEM business model approach.

Volvo Construction Equipment Earns Quality Innovation of the Year Award A business model from Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) designed to allow third party manufacturers to utilize the company’s technology wowed judges at the Swedish Institute for Quality (SIQ) with its specialist approach. After impressing the jury, Volvo CE was presented with the Quality Innovation of the Year Award (Nov. 8) at a ceremony in Finland. The awards aim to recognize the most innovative organizations for their high quality work. Through its original equipment manufacturer (OEM) business model, Volvo CE offers tailored solutions to customers wanting partial machines for integration into their product development and launch processes. “Volvo offers a wide range of high quality elements that can be built upon and customized to meet the specific needs of third party manufacturers,” said Arne Johansson, manager of the OEM business at Volvo CE. “This approach allows us to provide OEM businesses with the specific parts they need in order to create innovative solutions rather than relying on conventional technology.”

“The technology combines the high energy efficiency of a regular diesel engine and the use of renewable biogas as the primary fuel. There is around a 30 percent improvement in fuel efficiency compared to a spark-ignited biogas engine and the machine has a substantially lower CO2 footprint than a conventional unit. This is the first snow sweeper that uses biogas as the primary fuel source in an energy efficient way.”

Energy Efficient Snow Clearing Volvo CE has supplied approximately 50 articulated hauler front tractor units for integration into snow sweepers. A snow sweeper clears the snow in three stages. First the plough shovels the snow off to the side, then the rotary brush sweeps the remain- (L-R) are Rolf Willkrans, director of environmental affairs at ing snow away and finally the blower generates an Volvo Public Affairs, Jörgen Ahlberg, Volvo CE engineer in the hauler product improvement team, and Arne Johansson, manintensive air flow over the entire swept area. ager of the OEM business at Volvo CE. One of the success stories from the OEM business model approach is a biogas powered airport snow sweeper, delivered by AEBI Schmidt to Swedavia — Innovative Solutions a state-owned group that owns, operates and develops 11 air“We are extremely proud to win this award,” said Anders ports across Sweden. The snow sweeper combines a Volvo P. Larsson, executive vice president of Volvo CE’s A25 articulated hauler tractor unit and snow-plough with a Technology function. “This business model has allowed us brush and blower fitted to a rear machine driven by a Volvo to improve the operational performance of a wider customer Penta D13 engine. Both the front and rear engines have been base and access applications we couldn’t previously. The modified for methane diesel combustion. Volvo Group is at the forefront of technological development “During this project we capitalized on the knowledge of and we are fortunate to have the strength of the Group behind our colleagues in Volvo Trucks who, together with Volvo us and all the benefits of shared technology. This means that Public Affairs, helped us transfer methane diesel technology our customers can benefit from innovative, industry-leading to Volvo CE and Volvo Penta,” said Jörgen Ahlberg, a Volvo solutions at a higher quality and lower cost.” CE engineer in the hauler product improvement team. For more information, visit www.volvo.com.

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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. ASPHALT ZIPPER | WTB ASPHALT ZIPPER ANY SIZE NO DEALERS PLEASE CONTACT: JAMES MANN PHONE: 404-273-9424 FAX: 770-306-2962 | EMAIL:JAMES2525@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BUCKET LIFT | HAS TO BE 50 FEET CONTACT: MONICA EMAIL: MONICAGHOSIO30@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– RUBBER TRACKS | INTERESTED IN MINI EXAVATORS RUBBER TRACKS + TRACK LOADERS RUBBER TRACKS CONTACT: MARCON EMAIL: RPS.RICAMBI@GMAIL.IT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– REPAIR MANUALS | AM LOOKING TO BUY REPAIR MANUALS FOR LATE MODEL NAME BRAND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT. CONTACT: WARREN EMAIL: NYERGESEQUIPMENT@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT SKID STEER LOADERS | AM LOOKING FOR CONTRACTORS OR LANDSCAPERS WHO ARE LOOKING TO SELL THEIR USED BOBCAT BRAND SKID STEER LOADERS THAT ARE LOCATED IN THE SOUTH EASTERN UNITED STATES. I PREFER LARGE FRAME MACHINES, S330, S300, S250, T320, T300, T250 EQUIPPED WITH THE "GOLD PACKAGE", BUT I WILL BUY ANY BOBCAT THAT YOU HAVE FOR SALE. DONT TRADE IT IN, SELL IT TO ME. **DEALERS - DONT WASTE YOUR TIME RESPONDING** I AM ALSO LOOKING TO BUY ANY REPAIR MANUALS THAT YOU MAY HAVE FOR LATE MODEL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT. CONTACT: WARREN EMAIL: TWOPETIES@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED BULLDOZER D7AT D10 KOMASTU 155 375 1990 AND UP USER NO SALEMAN ONLY USA. NO JUNK CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 - 1 514 386 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOT RON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI EXCAVATOR THUMB | NEED HYDRAULIC THUMB TO FIT 1999 EX 160 HITACHI EXCAVATOR WITH ALL PIPING & CONTROLS, ALSO QUICK COUPLER HYDRAULIC OR MANUAL. UPPER MIDWEST, SEND PICTURES AND BEST PRICE, CONTACT DOUG BACKHOE SERVICE. CONTACT: DOUG GYSBERS PHONE: 507-291-0178 FAX: 507-263-4106 EMAIL:SHERDOUG@FRONTIERNET.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU / HITACHI 200 SIZE EXCAVATOR | MID 90S MACHINE, EAST COAST LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMIEQUIP@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

USED CAT 928 AND 930 MODEL 1999 AND 2000 I AM LOOKING TO BUY USED CAT MODEL 1999 AND 2000 WITH GOOD CONDITIONING, LOOKING FOR 3 CAT WHEEL LOADER, 930 AND 928. CONTACT: MAMDOUH PHONE: 509-328-9733 EMAIL: MAMDOUHMZAYED@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRANE CONTACT: RAFEEC KOTTIKKULON PHONE: 0096597298681 EMAIL:RAFEEC@ONGKUWAIT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED RUBBLE MASTER RM 60 OR 80 CRUSHER. CONTACT: BARUN SHARMA EMAIL: SHARMABARUN@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANT TO BUY WHEEL LOADERS LIKE THESE: MODEL 966D, E 936E 950D. CONTACT: SAUD PHONE: 5623918774 FAX: 5623918774 EMAIL: HR1.VIP@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 30-40 HP SELF PROPELLED CONCRETE SAW CONTACT: WILLIAM KANAYAN PHONE: 909-337-5428 FAX: 909-337-4894 EMAIL:WK@KANAYANCONST.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED EQUIPMENT!!! | LOOKING FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT (ALL TYPES) MOST WANTED LATE MODEL! CONTACT: JOE DECRISTO PHONE: 570-360-5162 EMAIL: JOE@JOEDIRTMACHINES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR A REPLACEMENT PART FOR A MIGHTY MURCH WOOD SPILTTER MODEL # MM10642 RAM HEAD ORIGINAL PURCHASE DATE 1994 CONTACT: JILL PHONE: 1-256-431-4143 EMAIL: JILLDONFRANCISCO@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GENERATOR WHISPER WATT | LOOKING FOR A WHISPER WATT WITH 20 KW SINGLE PHRASE OR SINGLE & 3 PHRASE CONTACT: RUSS PHONE: 1 925 449 1958 EMAIL: POKY52@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE BUY MANUALS | WE BUY MANUALS, ANY KIND, I PREFER BULKS/PACKAGES OF APPROXIMATELY 100 OR MORE OF PARTS, OPERATOR OR SERVICE MANUALS. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PHONE: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GEHL 7810 E CONTACT: ALAN PHONE: 785-293-2110 EMAIL: ROCKCHALKPETERSON@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

KAWASAKI WHEEL LOADERS | LOOKING TO PURCHASE USED KAWASAKI WHEEL LOADERS FROM 5 0 Z TO 9 5 Z (SERIES II, IV, V), YEAR MODEL 2003 AND BELOW. MACHINES MUST BE GOOD LOOKING AND IN WORKING CONDITION WITH OLD PAINT. SEND PICTURES, YEAR MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND FINAL OFFER PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 | EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CHIPPER CONTACT: CARLOS SIERRA PHONE: (787) 479-2300 EMAIL: SIERRACARLOS@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LULL 844C42 FROM CONTRACTOR EAST COAST USA CONTACT: KEVIN SANSALONE PHONE: 856-297-4758 EMAIL:KEVIN@SANSALONEEXCAVATING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE 690 EXCAVATOR | BUCKET TEETH CONTACT: MATTHEW FOERSTER PHONE: 972-437-5137 EMAIL:MATTHEWFOERSTER@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HOOK LIFT TRUCK 33, 000 GVW | INTERNATIONAL OR SIMILAR 33,000 GVW 2002 OR NEWER CONTACT: TOM FLINT PHONE: 201-207-1041 FAX: 201-754-9752 | EMAIL:TOM@THOMASFLINT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DECK OVER EQUIPMENT TRAILER | 10,000-14,000 GVW 16-20 DECK CONTACT: BOB STERNER PHONE: 413-575-8485 EMAIL:ROBERTSTERNER95@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

LINKBELT 1600 • METAL CAB DOOR FOR THE 1600 LINKBELT EXCAVATOR CONTACT: GORDON LEMICH PHONE: 775-323-5320 FAX: 775-323-1659 EMAIL:GLCONST@CLEARWIRE.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FLIP AXLE FOR TEREX LOAD KING50 T CONTACT: MIKE PRESUHN PHONE: 1-570-665-9279 FAX: 1-814-445-4275 EMAIL:MIKEPRESUHN@SRWR-PA.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MINI EXCAVATOR **** USED *** • LOOKING FOR THE SMALLEST MINI EXCAVATOR I CAN FIND RIDE ON OR STAND ON FOR A BASEMENT DIG. PLEASE SEND PICS - PRICE - LOCATION CONTACT: WILLIE PHONE: 201-786-3354 EMAIL: WILLIEKIRCH@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 950B CONTACT: RIZWAN PHONE: +92-345-6429345 EMAIL: RIZMACHINERY@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 775 HAUL TRUCKS • NEED 2 WHOLESALE PRICED TRUCKS WITH UNDER 15,000 HOURS, MIDWEST US LOCATED IS A PLUS CONTACT: ROBERT BUNCH PHONE: 317-508-2118 EMAIL:RBUNCH@RBUNCH.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE LOADER BACKHOES | CASE 580 E K SK L SL M & SMS CONTACT: FRANK @ TRICO EQUIPMENT PHONE: 1-800-654-USED (8733) EXT 1230 FAX: 856-697-4842 EMAIL: FHORAN@TRICOEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DUMP TRUCK DIESEL 1TON • CHEVY DIESEL DUMP TRUCK YEAR 2000 CONTACT: FRANK GARCIA PHONE: 773-386-5053 FAX: 773-281-3066 EMAIL: FHORAN@TRICOEQUIPMENT.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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CAT DOZERS CAT EXCAVATORS KOMATSU OR OTHER • NEEDED FOR JOB DEERE 450/550/650 DOZERS (4) CAT 330 CL/DL (4) CAT 345 CL/DL CAT D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 KOMATSU PC 600/800 WE ARE LOOKING FOR ALL TYPES OF EQUIPMENT EMAIL ME WHAT YOU HAVE! THANKS. CONTACT: JOE DIRT MACHINERY PHONE: 570-360-5162 EMAIL:JOE@JOEDIRTMACHINES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED BULLDOZER D8K 1980UP WITH RIPPER SPEACER BLATE USER CONTRACTOR ONLY • WANT TO BUY D8K D9L AND D9N WITH RIPPER CONTRACTOR USA CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE NEED QUOTATION OF THE FOLLOWING FORKLIFT: QTY:2 BRAND:HYSTER YEAR:2.005 ONWARD CAPACITY:15,000 LBS MAST TYPE: TRIPLEX FORKS: 80” (2 MTS) TIRES:PNEUMATIC ENGINE: PERKINS DIESEL SIDE SHIFT. WITH CAB OR WITHOUT. PLEASE INFORM US ABOUT DELIVERY TIME , FREIGHT TO MIAMI FL. ANY QUESTION , PLEASE LET US KNOW. CONTACT: HENRY HERNANDEZ PHONE: 813-900 0618 EMAIL: ELEVIND@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED SKIDSTEER DOOR • IM LOOKING FOR A DOOR TO FIT MY 2000 246 CAT SKIDSTEER . THE SERIAL NUMBER STARTS WITH 5SZ AND I NEED THE DOOR ASSEMBLY . CONTACT: JOHN DISTLER PHONE: 573-230-6973 FAX: 573-634-5082 EMAIL:HILLIBILLYU@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 10 ARTICULATED TRUCKS CAT 730 OR VOLVO A30 OR TEREX TA30 WITH LESS THAN 6000 HOURS CONTACT: SERGE NEUVILLE PHONE: +44.7947820713 FAX: +44.1932852615 EMAIL:TWTCDIR@YAHOO.CO.UK –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 960 FROM YEARS 1960 TO 1965 CONTACT: JIMMY ETHERIDGE PHONE: 214-564-0545 FAX: 972-941-6991 EMAIL: JIMMYANDSUSAAN@VERIZON.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TEREX 760 BACKHOE • 36 INCH BACKHOE BUCKET FOR 2003 TEREX 760 CONTACT: RICH GRIFFIN PHONE: 914-384-0648 EMAIL: RICHGRIF@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRUSHER PARTS OR WHOLE | ROTOR FOR IMPACT CRUSHER OR SHAFT BEARINGS CONTACT: KEN FINLON PHONE: 770-330-0860 EMAIL: HARTLCRUSHER@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

PIONEER / KOLBERG FT 42 X 40 TRACK IMPACT CRUSHER • LATE MODEL LOW HOUR USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMIEQUIP@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SEMI TRUCK • IM LOOKING FOR A USED TRUCK TO DO A LOT OF HEAVY HAULING CONTACT: GLENN TUCKER EMAIL: TUCK73@PEOPLEPC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE OR CAT EXTENDAHOE 4X4 • NEW OR USED WITH LOW HOURS CASE 580L EXTENDAHOE 4X4 OR CAT OF EQUAL SIZE OR BIGGER CONTACT: ROGER WOOD PHONE: 541-598-5565 EMAIL: HOLYFIRE4EVER10@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANT TO BUY 9 USED GENIE GS1930 MACHINES. CONTACT: ALLEN LIU PHONE: 610-340-2765 EMAIL: CLIU0000@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE 444H • TRANS. FOR THIS LOADER 444H CONTACT: BOB WILLIAMS PHONE: 863-494-1616 EMAIL: BOBWILL47@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED FRONT LOADER BACKHOE AND CHEVY TRUCK 2500 4X4. FOR 1985 HISTORICAL/CLASSIC BIARRITZ CONTACT: JOHN PHONE: 440-567-5108 FAX: 440-269-8161 EMAIL: SOSVP@OH.RR.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PILE HAMMERS WANTED • I AM SEEKING TO PURCHASE USED VIBRATORY PILE HAMMERS/DRIVERS IMMEDIATELY. BRANDS I AM SEEKING ARE MKT, PVE, ICE & APE. SEEKING VIBRATORY WITH POWER PACK OR EXCAVATOR MOUNTED PILE HAMMER AS WELL. CONTACT: JEFF LAWSON PHONE: 864-542-4369 EMAIL: JLAWSON29321@CHARTER.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ARIEL LIFT • I WANT A 200 FEET HEIGHT CONSTRUCTION ARIEL LIFT WHICH CARRIES GOODS EASILY CONTACT: RABINDRANATHTIADI PHONE: 09438485517 EMAIL: SHREEGURUREALEST@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER • LATE MODEL LOW HOUR USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603-828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRUCKS OR CARS CONTACT: RACHEL PHONE: 417-684-7830 EMAIL: RACHELMCCONNAUGHEY@ YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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AEM Names JLG Executive as Its New Director

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Saturday, January 12: MANASSAS, VIRGINIA: Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Support Equipment, Attachments & Trucks & Trailers.

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Thursday, January 17: PORTLAND, OREGON: Late Model Construction Equipment, Forklifts, Aerials, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers.

3.

Friday, January 18: DALLAS, TEXAS: LATE MODEL CAT RENTAL RETURNS! Auction Hilites: Cat 140M, Cat 140H, Cat 163H, Cat 160H, (2) 2008 Cat 336DL, 2009 Cat 329DL, (2) 2008 Cat 325DL, 2008 Cat 324DL, (2) Cat 320DLRR, (3) Cat 416E (4x4), Cat 420E (4x4), (3) 2010 Cat 299C, (3) Cat 277C, (2) Cat 277B, Cat D3GLGP, Cat 966G-II, (2) Cat 950G, Cat CP573E (cab), (4) Cat CP563E, (3) Cat CP563E (cab), (3) Cat TH580B (cab), Cat TL1255, (2) 2007 Peterbilt 335 Water Trucks (t/a, 4,000 gal.)

4.

Saturday, January 19: HOUSTON, TEXAS: JOB COMPLETION AUCTION. Hilites Include: JD Crawlers: (2) JD 700JLGP, (2) JD 650JLGP, EXCAVATORS: JD 330CLC, (2) Komatsu PC210LC-6.

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Friday, January 25: QUERETARO, MEXICO: Late Model Construction Equipment, Asphalt & Vibratory Rollers, Large Quantity of Forklifts.

Frank Nerenhausen has been elected as a director of the Construction Equipment Sector Board of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.

Frank Nerenhausen, executive vice president Oshkosh Corp. and president, access segment, JLG Industries Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company and a manufacturer of aerial work platforms and telescopic material handlers, has been elected as a director of the Construction Equipment (CE) Sector Board of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). AEM is a North American-based international trade group for companies that manufacture equipment, products and services used worldwide in the agricultural, construction, forestry, mining, and utility sectors. AEM’s directors, led by the officers, set the guidelines and operating policies of the association on behalf of members in areas including public policy, equipment statistics and market information, trade shows, technical and product safety support, global business development, education/training, workforce development, and worksite safety/educational materials. “I am honored to join the CE Sector Board, which provides strategic and operational direction for the construction equipment sector of AEM,” said Nerenhausen. “I look forward to representing JLG and other CE members, and am excited about the opportunity to apply JLG’s global perspective to the challenges that face our industry in a variety of markets around the world.” Nerenhausen was named president of JLG’s access equipment sector in August, bringing to the position 26 years of experience in key executive sales and finance positions with Oshkosh Corporation. He also serves as Oshkosh Corporation executive vice president and previously, was the president of the commercial segment and McNeilus, positions he held since 2010. For more information, visit www.jlg.com.

Important Auctions

6.-14.

Saturday, February 2 - Sunday, February 10: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA: Annual 9 Day Auction! In this event is the GREATEST Construction, Support, Aerials, Forklifts, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers to be sold in the Universe!

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Saturday, March 16: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment, Construction, Support Equipment, Attachments, Trailers & Trucks.

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Saturday, May 4: CENTRAL NEW YORK: Complete Liquidation of One Owner (65 yrs.) 300+ Collectible Cars, Trucks, Pickups, 1940 - 1970 in various shapes and condition. Construction Equipment, Trucks, Parts, Support Equipment. This is definitely a ONE OF A KIND AUCTION! Many, many handy man collectible vehicles looking to be restored & quantity of former US ARMY Jeeps and more!

17.

DTBA: ODESSA, TEXAS: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment, Construction, Support Equipment, Attachments, Trailers & Trucks.

18.

DTBA: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Large, Large, Large Construction Equipment Auction: Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers.

19.

DTBA: CLEVELAND, OHIO: Large Major Job Completion Auction. Construction Equipment, Attachments, Trailers, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Tools.

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Manassas, VA Sat., January 12, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailer, Aerials and Forklifts • Portland, OR Thurs., January 17, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers • Dallas, TX Fri., January 18, 2013 For: Late Model Cat Rental Returns • Houston, TX Sat., January 19, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., January 25, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Attachments, Trucks and Trailers • Kissimmee, FL Sat.-Sun., February 2-10, 2013 For: Annual 9 Day Auction! Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Support • Las Vegas, NV Sat., March 16, 2013 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment • Central New York Sat., May 4, 2013 For: Construction Equipment 300+ Collectible Cars, 1940-1970, US Army Jeeps and More RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Las Vegas, NV February 8, 2013 • Tipton, CA February 15, 2013

Coming Auctions • Orlando, FL February 18-23, 2013 DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com 601-656-9768 • Dothan, Al Jan 31 thru Feb 2, 2013 For: 16th Annual Farm & Construction Equipment Auction • Philadelphia, MS March 20-22, 2013 For: 12th Annual Springtime Contractors Equipment Auction • Philadelphia, MS May 29-30, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Philadelphia, MS July 17-18 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Philadelphia, MS September 18-19, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Philadelphia, MS November 20-21, 2013 For: Construction Equipment DEL PETERSON & ASSOCIATES www.delpeterson.com 800-492-9090 • Hutchinson, KS Thurs., January 10, 2013 For: Construction and Farm Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Online Only Tues., January 22, 2013 For: Construction and Farm Equipment

• Springfield, IL Thurs., January 31 2013 For: Construction and Farm Equipment • Online Only Closing February 5, 2013 For: Late Model John Deere Farm Equipment • Online Only Thurs., February 19, 2013 For: Construction and Farm Equipment, Trucks and Trailers

• ONLINE ONLY January 17, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277 • Pendleton, IN March 29, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Pendleton, IN June 21, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Pendleton, IN September 20, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Pendleton, IN December 13, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • ONLINE ONLY January 10, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

• ONLINE ONLY January 24, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY January 30-31, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

• Mableton, GA Tues., January 15, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Pelzer, SC Wed., January 23, 2013 For: Construction Equipment MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560 • Wilson, NC Thurs., January 31, 2013 For: Construction Equipment NUTT AUCTION COMPANY www.nuttauction.com 903-748-4400 • New Boston, TX Sat., January 19, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowsky auctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • Elmwood Park, NJ Wed., January 30, 2013 For: Construction Equipment PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., January 17, 2013 For: Construction Equipment RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS www.ritchason auctioneers.com 800-806-3395 • ONLINE ONLY Bid through January 24th31st ROLLER AUCTIONEERS www.rollerauction.com 866-515-1668 • Henderson, CO Wed., January 16, 2013 For: Construction and Contracting Equipment UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., February 22, 2013 For: Construction and Utility Equipment YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Kissimmee, FL February 11-18, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers

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LATE MODEL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, SUPPORT, ATTACHMENTS, AERIALS, FORKLIFTS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS.

AUCTION

MANASSAS, VIRGINIA (PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS) HILITES: 3 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) Volvo A25D, Volvo A25C, 14

Broom, New Fabtech Forks & Frame,

HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2008 Cat 330DL, Cat 325CL, Cat 325CL, 2005 Cat

New Fabtech Quick Attach Plates,

321CLRC, Cat 320BL, 2006 Cat 315CL, 2007 Cat 312CL, 2010 Cat 308DS, Cat

New Fabtech Stump & Grapple

305SR, 2008 JD 270CLC, Case 1080, (2) IHI 15NX, IHI 7NX, RUBBER TIRED

Buckets, New Fabtech Hay Spears,

EXCAVATOR: Gradall G3WD, 2 MOTOR GRADERS: (2) Galion, 6 RUBBER

New

TIRED LOADERS: 2006 Volvo L90E, 2006 Volvo L60E, JD 304J, Kubota R520,

Thumbs, New Fabtech Brush Cutters,Excavators: New Excalibur X36 Thumb,

Bobcat 2410, Mobility, TOOL CARRIER: Cat IT38G, 3 CRAWLER TRACTORS:

HEATING EQUIPMENT: (15) DesamasterSBLP375AT Direct Fire Heaters, SUP-

(2) Cat D5CXL, JD 450H, 5 CRAWLER LOADERS: (2) Cat 963B, Cat 943, JD

PORT EQUIPMENT: (2) Kut Kwick, Lamarche A46-6-12V,

755B, JD 455G, 5 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Cat 446B (4x4), 2008 JD

Deweeze Hillside Mower, (2) New Easy Kleen Pressure Washers, New Mustang

410J (4x4), 2005 Case 580M, NH LB90, Kubota L48, 2 ROLLERS: Galion,

Pumps, New Water Pumps, New Mustang Rebar Cutters, New Stiff Neck Pintle

Beuthling, 15 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2006 Cat 287B, (2) Cat 267B,

Hitches, New Platform Scales, New Hammer Drill, New Air Spray Gun Kits, New

Cat 257B, 2011 Cat 247B-II, (2) Bobcat T250, Bobcat T200, (2) Bobcat T190,

Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New Demo Saws, Kent

Takeuchi TL135, 2007 Takeuchi TL130, (3) Takeuchi TL130, 9 SKID STEERS: (2)

Carpet Cleaner, New Diamond Blades, Air Cut Off Tool, Staplers, New Air Impact

Bobcat S300, (3) JD 317, (2) NH LS180, NH LS160, Case 40XT, Mustang 940, 7

Wrench Kits, Pallet of Assorted Stones.

Fabtech

3500-

4800-5500

OBD Leaf Vac,

TRENCHERS: DitchWitch RT40, Ditch Witch 400SX w/ trailer, Ditch Witch 7610, (2) Vermeer V4150, Vermeer M475, Vermeer V430A, 2 TELESCOPIC FORK-

DIRECTIONS: From Washington, DC and Points North: I-395 S to I-495 N; fol-

LIFTS: 2003 JLG G9-43A, 2003 JLG G6-42A, FORKLIFT: Clark 6000lb., 6 AIR

low I-495 N to I-66 W: follow I-66 W to Virginia Rt. 234 S (Bypass), exit 44; follow

COMPRESSORS: (2) 2005 IR P185WJD, (4) IR 185, 2 GENERATORS: (2)

Virginia Rt. 234 S (Bypass) to the fifth traffic light (Business 234), turn left; go 1

30kw,

mile to the Fair Grounds entrance on the left. From Richmond, VA and Points South

2 PUMPS: Thompson 12in., Godwin 8in., LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTOR:

and East: Take I-95 north to Virginia Rt. 234 north, (Dumfries Road) exit 152; fol-

Kubota L48, 2 UTILITY TRACTORS: (2) Kubota L3710, 4 CHIPPERS: (2)

low Virginia Rt. 234 14 miles to Business Rt. 234, turn right; 1 mile to the Fair

Bandit 200XP, Woodchuck Hy Roller 12in., Woodchuck W/C 17, SWEEPER: Ford

Grounds entrance on the left.

Kohler

Powerboss, 3 DUMP TRUCKS: 1990 Mack DM (t/a), 1981 Mack R (t/a), 1977 Mack DM (t/a), 2 STAKE TRUCKS: (2) 2005 Ford F450, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: Cushman Turf Cart, EZ-Go Golf Cart, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers:

Address: Off Business Rt. 234, Manassas, VA 20108. Physical Address: 10624 Dumfries Road, Manassas, VA 20112

Unused 48in. Pallet Forks, Snow & Mulch Buckets, 60-72in. Buckets, Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Grapples,

VIRGINIA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: Larry Garner #2907 002879

Versatech Hay Spears, Root & Grapple Buckets, Fork Frames, Sweepster SB72C 72in.

SITE PHONE: (863) 602-8365, (863) 602-8292

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12 @ 9:30 AM

ALEX

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Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-8010 • Syracuse, NY (Evenings) (315) 637-8912 www.lyonauction.com

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ices. The trade show will be held July 17 and 18 at the conference hotel. More information on the trade show registration, layout, schedule, and fees will be available in early 2013 at the conference website, which will be linked via the MAASTO meetings webpage – http://www.maasto.net/meetings.html. If you are looking to speak to someone with regard to the above conference you may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: The Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association (ONLA) CENTS Show 2013 is www.agcmn.org. January 14 thru 16, 2013 at the Columbus Greater Convention Center. The Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association is a non-profit trade association, incorporated AGC OF MINNESOTA: in the state of Ohio, representing the interests of the state’s nursery, garden cen- WHO’s UP FOR BOWLING IN JANUARY? AGC’s Construction ter, and landscape industry. Membership is comprised of nursery stock grow- Leadership Council (CLC) will hold its 6th annual ers, landscape contractors, & maintenance firms, garden centers, arborists and Bowling Tournament on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. Teams allied suppliers. are mixed, so you make new friends, you get a “cool” shirt, and ONLA Headquarters: 72 Dorchester Square, Westerville, OH a good time will be had by all. We are looking for sponsors – Main Phone: 614/899-1195. Main Fax: 614/899-9489 your company name will be on the shirts! Information/registration is attached – contact Jane Sanem, jsanem@agcmn.org AED Condex 2013: January 16 – 17, 2013, The LVH (Las Vegas Hotel & or 651-796-2187, for more details. Casino), Las Vegas, Nevada. Show Location: Paradise Event Center Reach the decision-makers of North America’s leading construction equipment, NOTES: dealerships at CONDEX 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. And, now the dealer’s COMMISSIONER APPOINTED. Governor Dayton has chosen show is a limited space event, so don’t delay! CONDEX 2013 is a powerful Charlie Zelle, current president and CEO of Jefferson Lines, venue for building and strengthening your business relationships with both cur- as Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of rent and prospective dealer clients. Each year the industry’s top executives gath- Transportation (MnDOT). Mr. Zelle will begin work at the er at AED Summit & CONDEX Trade Show. The only show in the industry dedi- agency on January 15, 2013. cated strictly to equipment distribution. Questions? Contact Sandy Brassel at 630/468-5126. AGC of Minnesota STP Classes – Supervisory Leadership Program (STP) classes for January to February will begin the 5th Annual Michigan Utility Coordination Conference (MUCC) is January 16, week of January 7, 2013. 2013 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, Mount Pleasant, Michigan. Attend the 5th Annual Michigan Utility Coordination AGC St. Louis Conference (MUCC) and learn how you can impact the overall utility coordina- Construction Leadership Council MARDI GRAS FLOAT tion process. Questions? Feel free to contact Doug Needham at 517/347-8336. The AVENGERS of Construction Safety SOULARD MARDI GRAS PARADE National Pavement Expo 2013 – January 23 to 26, 2013 at the Nashville February 9, 2013 Convention Center, Nashville, Tennessee featuring “How to Building Profit into Please Dress in Hero Gear & Safety Construction Attire rd Pavement.” Conference Schedule is Wednesday, January 23 from 9 AM to $80 per Ride: Price includes beer, beads and a great ride on the CLC Float! 4:30 PM; Thursday, January 24th from 8 AM to 4 PM; Friday, January 25th from 8 AM to 4 PM; and Saturday January 26th from 8 AM to 11:30 AM. Exhibit First come, First served: Limited availability!!! Hours are Wednesday, January 23rd thru Friday, January 25th. Special Events Registration Deadline: February 1, 2013 include Preview Night on Wednesday, January 23rd; Industry Roundtables on Fax: (314) 781-2874 Thursday and Friday, January 24th and January 25th; Discovery Showcase on FLOAT: $80 per Rider Friday, January 25th. Ask the Pros! On the Show Floor on Friday, January 25th Sponsorship Package: $500 (sponsorship and four riders) from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM. CONTACT information: TELEPHONE: 800/827- PROCEEDS go to the Jeff Staley Safety Foundation. Questions ??? Please contact: Jackie McMahon at (301) 659-9090 or Email: Jackie.McMahon@affini8009. tycenter.com POWER SHOW OHIO (OMEDA), featuring Construction Equipment, Agricultural Equipment and Outdoor Power Equipment will be held at the Ohio Expo Center, AGC – St. Louis Columbus, OHIO…JANUARY 25, 26 & 27, 2013…Friday, Saturday, Sunday January, 2013 Membership Meeting – Technology in from 9 AM to 4 PM. Power Show Ohio is sponsored by the Ohio-Michigan Construction: A Convergence… Equipment Dealers Association (OMEDA); PO Box 68, Dublin, OH 43017- Thursday, January 10, 2013 Location: Matterhorn Room, Sheraton Westport Hotel, Lakeside 0068; Telephone: 614/889-1309 or Email: dalford@amglicusa.com. Chalet Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) – Successful Business 191 Westport Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63146 Cost: $55.00 includes two-hour open bar and heavy hors Grow Here! d’oeuvres 2012 EVENTS CALENDAR: Networking & Cocktails: 5:30 PM January 8, 2013 – 8:00 AM CST – 5:00 PM CST – SUPER TUESDAY: PERAppetizers: 6:00 PM MEABLE PAVER SYSTEMS CERTIFICATE COURSE January 8, 2013 – 8:00 AM CST – 5:00 PM CST – SUPER TUESDAY: LAND- Presentation: 6:30 PM If you have questions with regard to this event, call Nancy SCAPE IRRIGATION TROUBLESHOOTING (PLT RELICENSURE) January 9th thru 11th, 2013 – NORTHERN GREEN EXPO. Valentine at the AGC office at This event features a trade show, educational sessions, and networking events. 314/480-3173 or email: nvalentine@agcstl.org ***Please contact MNLA at mnla@mnla.biz or call toll free: 888-886-6652 for more information. AGC – St. Louis ***SAVE THE DATE! Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow – February 6, 2013. Beer, Brats & a Band … What more do you need? The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM), Bloomfield Hills, is pleased to JUNE 13, 2013 (more details to follow). announce that the Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow will be returning to MotorCity Casino Hotel in Detroit. This one-day tradeshow will be held on AGC – St. Louis February 6, 2013, and will be attended by construction owners, contractors, SAFETY BANQUET – FEBRUARY 21, 2013 suppliers, architects and engineers. Show hours are 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. (Details to Follow) The Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow will also play host to the CAM 127th Annual Meeting, CAM Magazine Special Issue Awards, Green Building American Subcontractors Association – Midwest Council Awards, and Construction Project of the Year Award, which will be held inside The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest the Sound Board. CAMTEC, the training and education division of CAM, will Council is a construction trade association made up of quality offer classes during the tradeshow, as well. Booth space is available for purspecialty contractors and suppliers serving the construction chase. Contact Ron Riegel or Cathy Jones at CAM for tradeshow rates and industry and the community in the greater St. Louis metropoliinformation. Telephone: 248/972-1000 and Fax: 248/972-1001, 43636 tan area and southern Illinois. The ASA Midwest Council’s Woodward, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302. purpose is to improve the construction process through active participation in education, legislation and cooperation. For World of Concrete / Concrete and Masonry Construction Event – World of more information about the ASA Midwest Council, visit Concrete - Exhibits: February 5 – 8, 2013 Seminars: February 4 – 8, www.asamidwest.com or contact Executive Director Susan 2013 Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada USA Since 1975, World of Concrete has been the industry’s only annual internation- Winkelmann at 314/845-0855. al event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries. Featuring indoor and outdoor exhibits, leading suppliers showcas- SAVE THE DATE: ing innovative products and technologies, exciting demonstrations and compe- Meet the General Contractors” Expo Scheduled for January titions, a world-class education program, and the information you need to help 23, 2013 sustain and grow your business. Start the year off strong at World of Concrete! St. Louis, MO – The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) – Midwest Council is set to host its annual “Meet the EMAIL: contactus@worldofconcrete.com General Contractors” Expo on January 23, 2013 at the St. Charles Convention Center in St. Charles, MO. The yearly ARA The Rental Show is February 10-13 at a new Las Vegas location: The Sands Expo and Convention Center, right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. event gives area subcontractors and construction professionals the opportunity for valuable face-to-face time with some of Click on www.therentalshow.com for a detailed schedule and more informathe St. Louis region’s top general contractors. tion. AGC of America Annual Convention: Registration is now open for the 2013 AGC ASA members and non-members are welcome to attend. Annual Convention and Constructor Expo, being held March 6 – 9 in Palm Reservations are required. The cost to attend is $65 for ASA Springs. The early bird discount, a $200 savings, is available until January 16. members and $95 for non-members. The cost includes Room availability at the convention headquarter hotel (JW Marriott Desert appetizers and an open bar. The expo will be open 3:30 to Springs) is limited, so reservations should be made as early as possible. 5:00 PM for ASA members only, and 5:00 to 7:30 PM for all Complete conference details are available at http://convention.agc.org or you other attendees. may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Steve Giacin, president of Kaiser Electric and the ASA – Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: Midwest Council, says the expo is invaluable to industry professionals looking to make new contacts and potentially www.agcmn.org. increase sales for the coming year. 2013 MAASTO CONFERENCE: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will Last year’s event drew more than 900 attendees. ASA will host the Mid-America Association of State Transportation Officials (MAASTO) also have a booth at the expo with information about mem2013 Conference – “Sharing Strategies for Success.” The conference will be held bership. Visit www.asamidwest.com for registration informaJULY 16-19 at the HILTON HOTEL in downtown Milwaukee. One of the major tion. For more information about the event, contact ASA events at MAASTO 2013 will be a trade show, where industry representatives will Executive Director Susan Winkelmann at susan@asamidhave the opportunity to showcase materials, technology, and professional serv- west.com or 314/845-0855.

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DALLAS (FT. WORTH), TEXAS SPECIAL NOTE: Due to the mild weather this past November & December, the equipment has been out longer than normal. These circumstances allow for this unbelievable equipment to be sold now. This is one of the nicest groups of equipment ever sold in the state of Texas. HILITES INCLUDE: 4 MOTOR GRADERS: 2009 Cat 140MVHP Plus, Cat 140H, 2005 Cat 163H, Cat 160H, 24 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (2) 2008 Cat 336DL, 2009 Cat 329DL, (2) 2008 Cat 325DL, 2008 Cat 324DL, (3) 2008 Cat 320DLRR, (2) 2008 Cat 315DL, 2008 Cat 315CL, 2005 Cat 314CLCR, 2009 Cat 312DL, 2008-2007 Cat 312CL, 2006 Cat 307C, 2010 Cat 305CCR, 2008 Komatsu PC400LC-7, (2)2008 Komatsu PC300LC-8, 2005 Kobelco SK210LC-6, (2) 2006 Kobelco SK135SR, LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: Unused 2012 Doosan DX225LC, 8 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2004 Cat CP573E (cab), 2007-2005 Cat CP563E (cab), Cat CP563E (cab), (3) Cat CS563E (cab), 13 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2011 Cat 420EIT (4x4), 2011 Cat 420E (4x4), Cat 420E (4x4), 2006 Cat 420D (4x4), (2) Cat 420D (4x4), 2005 Cat 420D, (2) 2008 Cat 416E, Cat 416D (4x4), Cat 416C (4x4), Cat 416 (4x4), 2004 JD 310G, 14 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (4) 2010 Cat 299C (cab), (3) 2008 Cat 277C, (4) Cat 277C, 2005 Cat 277B, (2) Cat 277B, 2006 Cat 287B (cab), 2 SKID STEERS: 2010 Cat 272C, Cat 272C, TRENCHERS: Vermeer RT450, 11 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (2) Cat TL1255 (cab), 2006 Cat TH580B, (2) Cat TH580B (cab), 2004 Cat TH460B, Cat TH460B, 2008 Cat TL642, Terex TX1056C, 2004 Lull 944E-42, 2005 Gehl RS5-34, FORKLIFTS: Pettibone 8044, 2 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) 2005 JLG 2646E, 2 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) 2005 JLG 2646ES, 7 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2005 Cat 966G-II, Cat 950G, Cat 950G, Cat 914G, Cat 914G, 2006 Case 621D, Case 621D, 4 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D6RXL, 2005 Cat D3GLGP, 2005 JD 550JLGP, 2006 Case 650K, LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTOR: 2005 JD 210LE (4x4), 4 WATER TRUCKS: (2) 2007 Peterbilt 335 (t/a, 4,000gal.,), 2003-2002 Sterling 2500gal. (s/a), (2) 2001 Sterling (s/a, 2,000gal.), SERVICE TRUCKS: 2006 Ford F550, 12 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2006 Atlas Copco XAS186, (2) 2004 IR 375CFM, 2006-2005-2004 IR 185CFM, (3) 2006 Sullair 185DPQ, (2) 2005-2004 Sullair 185, WELDERS: 2004 Lincoln k1278-5 400 amp, 10 LIGHT PLANTS: (3) 2006- (6) 2005 Magnum Pro 4060, 2006 Magnum Pro MLT3060, GENERATORS: 2005 Magnum Pro MMG55 41kw, SWEEPERS, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Smooth, Snow & Mulch Buckets, 66in.- 78in. Buckets, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, New Versatech Brush Grapples, New Stump Buckets, New Fabtech 60in. Brush Cutters, New Fabtech Backhoe Attachments, New Fabtech 60in. - 72in. Grapple Buckets, New Fabtech 66in. Root Grapples, New Fabtech 60in. Hay Spears, New Fabtech Stump Buckets, New Fabtech 428in. Forks & Frame, New Fabtech Quick Attach Plates, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) New Easy Kleen Pressure Washers, New 4 Pack Ratchet Straps, New Impact Wrenches, New Premium Diamond Blades, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Air Spray Guns, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New 5 Ton Digital Platform Scales, Rebar Cutters, New Mustang Submersible & Water Pumps, New Cutoff/ Demo Saws, Impact Wrench Kit, 4 ton porta power, Rotary Hammers, Lawn Aerators, Breakers, Pipe Threaders, Tile Strippers, Tile Saws, Pressure Washers, Polishers, Concrete Grinder, ACCESSORIES.

Address: 1815 Hicks Field Rd. East Fort Worth TX 76179. (Adjacent to JRP Trucking) DIRECTIONS: From DFW Airport – Hwy 183 West to I-820 West to Exit 13 (Saginaw). Bear right onto North 287 (Main St.) go approx. 6 miles turn right on Hick’s Field Road. Go 1/2 mile to sale site on right.

TEXAS AUCTION LICENSE: AUCTIONEER #15791 Jack H Lyon SALE SITE PHONE: (817) 847-2071, (863) 660-3613, SALE SITE FAX: (817) 847-2077

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Large Sewer Line Project Creates Many Uses for R380LC-9 HYUNDAI from page 8

“The depth of sewer trench varies up to 24 feet deep,” said Roman. “The 380 has no issues excavating the trench to these depths and through the soil.” The R380LC-9 weighs in at 84,220 lbs. (38,201 kg) and is powered by a Cummins Tier III QSL engine that boasts 271 hp (202 kW). Bucket digging forces range from 45,190 to 49,300 lbs. with the boost function on. The maximum dig depth ranges from 22 ft. 5 in. to 36 ft. 10 in. (6.8 to 11.2 m) depending on arm length. “We use the 380 for just about everything,” said Roman. “Excavating the sewer trench, filling the trench with gravel, lifting and installing the sewer pipe, moving the trench box around… the list goes on. It’s been a real workhorse for us.” Roman’s excavator operator takes pleasure in operating the R380LC-9 finding it really smooth to operate and powerful enough to get the job done. He’s also enjoying the spacious, comfortable cab that offers more standard features than one would expect. “We’ve had no issues with the Hyundai equipment and are expected to meet our completion deadline,” said Roman. “The combination of reliable construction equipment like Hyundai, backed by great dealer service has made this project run very smooth.” “At Hyundai we focus on customer satisfaction, and testimonies from customers like Dave Roman Excavating are how we measure our success,” said Shane Sirmons, sales and product support manager of Hyundai Construction Equipment. “On Time and On Budget is a philosophy our customers build their businesses on and we are excited to

The HL757 is powered by a fuel-efficient, low noise Cummins Tier-III QSB6.7 engine that is electronically controlled for optimum fuel to air ratio and clean, efficient combustion.

offer reliable products that help them meet their goals. Hyundai and our team of high quality, customer satisfaction oriented dealers are always available to assist customers and fill their equipment and service needs.”

For more information on Dave Roman Excavating, call 814/894-5628. For more information on Highway Equipment, call 800/222-8798 or visit www.highway-equipment.com.

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ONE OWNER PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION for JOSEPH M. SANZARI, INC. (Concurrent Job Completions) WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2013, 9:30 AM 19 WALLACE ST, ELMWOOD PARK, NJ 07407 MAJOR INVENTORY OF WELL MAINTAINED SITE EXCAVATION & ROAD CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, HEAVY TRUCKS & CRANES PARTIAL LISTING: EXCAVATORS: 2007 Komatsu PC270LC-7, s/n A87022; 2007 Komatsu PC200LC-8, Erops, 28” Pads, 9’6” Dip, Hyd Q/C, Aux Hyd, Stiff Arm Plate, Hrs Read: 3424, s/n KMTPC180P54A88113; 2007 Komatsu PC200LC-8, s/n A88153; 1999 Komatsu PC600LC-6, Erops, A/C, 36” Pads, 12’ Dip, 50” Hyd Q/C Bkt w/Teeth, AM/FM Radio, Hrs Read: 12,309, s/n 10025; 2000 Komatsu PC750LC-6, Erops, A/C, 40” Pads, 12’ Dip, Plumbed For Hyd Q/C, Hrs Read: 11,249, s/n 10286; 2001 Komatsu PC400LC-6LK, Erops, A/C, 36” Pads, Hyd Q/C, Aux Hyd, Hrs Read: 11,953, s/n A84206; 2003 Komatsu PC308 USLC-3, Erops, A/C, 34” Pads, 10’4” Dip, 50” Hyd Q/C Bkt w/Teeth, Aux Hyd, Stiff Arm Plate, AM/FM Radio, Hrs Read: 9739, s/n 20005; 2001 Komatsu PC228 USLC-3, s/n 20179; 2001 Komatsu PC228 USLC-3, s/n20180; 2001 Komatsu PC228 USLC-3, s/n 20464; 1999 Komatsu PC400LC-6LK, Erops, 36” Pads, 12’ Dip, 60” Q/C Bkt w/Teeth, Aux Hyd, AM/FM Radio, Hrs Read: 12,442, s/n A83167; 1994 Komatsu PC300LC-5, Erops, 32” Pads, 10’2” Dip, Hyd Q/C, Aux Hyd, Windshield Screen, Hrs Read: 14,744, s/n A71619; 1994 Cat 322L, Erops, 28” Pads, 9’8” Dip, 34” Bkt w/Teeth, Stiff Arm Plate, Hrs Read: 6627, s/n 9RL00186; 1999 Komatsu PC228 USCL-1, s/n 11389; 1999 Komatsu

PC228 USCL-1, s/n 11573; Komatsu PC120-5, Erops, 24” Pads, 8’ Dip, 26” Bkt w/Teeth, Hrs Read: 5605, s/n A40044; 1990 Komatsu PW210-1, Mobile Excavator, Erops, 9’6” Dip, 36” Hyd Q/C Bkt w/Teeth, 4 Hyd Stabilizers, Hrs Read: 459, s/n 10027; CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2005 Komatsu D155AX-5, Erops, A/C, 26” Pads, 13’2” 4 Way Blade, Rear Counter Weight, Hrs Read: 5212, s/n 76174; 2005 Komatsu D37EX-21, Orops, 16” Pads, 9’ 6 Way Blade, Hrs Read: 1568, s/n KMT0D010T01005675; 2004 Komatsu D37PX-21A, s/n 5516; 1997 Komatsu D65PX-12, Orops, 36” Pads, 11’2” 4 Way Blade, Hrs Read: 3951, s/n 61679; 2001 Komatsu D39PX-21, Orops, 25” Pads, 11’ 6 Way Blade, Hrs Read: 6479, s/n 1012; 2001 Komatsu D38P-1A, s/n 86347; 2000 Komatsu D31E-20, s/n 42991; 1998 Komatsu D41P-6, Orops, 28” Pads, 10’ 6 Way Blade, Hrs Read: 7125, s/n B20873; 1996 Komatsu D41P-6, Orops, 28” Pads, 11’ 6 Way Blade, Hrs Read: 9005, s/n B20182; 1988 Komatsu D21P-6, Orops, 20” Pads, 8’5” 6 Way Blade, Hrs Read: 2826, s/n 60279; 1991 Komatsu D21P-6, Orops, 20” Pads, 8’4” 6 Way Blade, Hrs Read: 2532, s/n 61621; 1987 Komatsu D21P-6, Orops, 20” Pads, 8’4” 6 Way Blade, Hrs Read: 3938, s/n 60548; CRUSHING & SCREENING: Read R207 Ambassador T/A Portable Screening Plant,

Deutz Dsl, 11’x6’ 2 Deck Screen, 59” Hyd Folding Rear Discharge Conveyor, Hrs Read: 900, s/n R2070189; COMPACTORS & ROLLERS: 2006 Ingersoll Rand SD122 DXTF Vib Smooth Drum Compactor, Orops, 84” Drum, 29R26, Cleaner Bar, Hrs Read: 3134, s/n 183175; 1988 Ingersoll Rand SD115D, s/n 152922; 2007 Hamm HD12W Tandem Vib Smooth Drum Roller, Hatz Dsl, Orops, 47” Drums, Water Tank, Hrs Read: 1331, s/n H1710103; 1997 Ingersoll Rand DD24 Tandem Vib Smooth Drum Roller, Deutz Dsl, Orops, 47” Drums, Water Spray System, Hrs Read: 2056, s/n 148692; 1987 Dynapac CC42 II Tandem Vib Smooth Drum Roller, Cummins Dsl, 66” Drums, Water Tank, s/n 576322; MOTOR GRADERS: 2004 Komatsu GD675-3C, s/n 51007; ARTICULATED END DUMPS: 2007 Volvo A35D, s/n A350DV72351; 2007 Volvo A35D, s/n A350DV72543; 1999 Moxy MT30, A/C, 6x6, Heated Body, Exhaust Brake, 2.5R25, s/n 354384; 1991 Moxy MT30, s/n 351077; CRANES: 1986 Grove 25 Ton Rough Terrain Crane, s/n 69120; BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: Komatsu 26’ Dip Fits Komatsu PC750LC-6; COMPRESSORS: 1999 Ingersoll Rand P375WCU S/A Portable Air Compressor, Cummins Dsl, Hrs Read: 896, s/n 302463UFJ413; AND MORE!

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ASA’s National GC Expo Opens Doors for Subcontractors Construction subcontractors will have the chance to meet national and regional general contractors and construction managers on March 21, 2013, during ASA’s national GC Expo in Las Vegas, Nev. The event, held in conjunction with the ASA Business Forum and Convention 2013 at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, will be a forum for subcontractors to personally meet representatives of general contractors and construction managers exhibiting at the GC Expo. “We’re always looking for ways to continually improve our relationship with subcontractors and suppliers,” said Ron Wiese, Alberici Constructors, St. Louis, Mo., whose company participated in ASA’s first-ever national GC Expo in San Antonio, Texas, in March 2012. “ASA gives us another great opportunity to reconnect with both subcontractors and

suppliers that we already are doing work with, but more importantly, to introduce ourselves to new partners for the future.” ASA’s GC Expo and President’s Reception, sponsored by Sherwin-Williams, will take place from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. ASA members will have exclusive access to the GC Expo between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m., and then nonmembers may access the show. ASA also will provide exhibitors with prequalification data submitted by attendees. Also during the GC Expo, ASA will recognize the winners of the 2012 ASA National Construction Best Practices Awards and the 2012 ASA Excellence in Ethics Awards. The registration fee for the ASA Business Forum and Convention 2013 includes admission to the GC Expo. GC Expo tickets also can be purchased separately for $100. For more information, visit http://www.asaonline.com/bf13.

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More Than 2,300 Bidders Participate in Ritchie Auction An extensive selection of Caterpillar crawler tractors went up for bid at Ritchie Bros.’ recent auction in North East, Md.

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pproximately 2,300 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’ multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction Dec. 18 in North East, Md. Bidders came from more than 45 countries, including 47 U.S. states. More than 87 percent of the equipment was sold to buyers outside the state, from as far away as Panama,

Sweden, Malaysia and Egypt. Online bidders purchased more than 55 percent of the equipment sold (based on gross auction proceeds). The auction featured more than 1,650 equipment items and trucks, including wheel loaders, hydraulic excavators, crawler tractors, articulated dump trucks and truck tractors. A pair of pipelayers make their way across the aucsee RITCHIE page 122

Sold! A Caterpillar 988H wheel loader, with a rated payload of 12.5 tons, awaits its turn on the auction block.

Bidders line up at the timed auction lots selfservice customer kiosk area.

The bids rolled in at Ritchie Bros.’ December auction in North East, Md.

Rob Roy (L), president of Royal Trucks, and his son, Brandon, equipment manager, inspect the bucket of a John Deere 120C excavator.

tion ramp.

Sitting in a cab of a John Deere wheel loader is John Bureski of Charlestown Paving, Malvern, Pa.

Santo Mirabile, vice president of DSM Properties, Baltimore, Md., tests a 3120 paver.

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THE GREATEST SALE OF THE YEAR!

9 DAYS OF SELLING!! KISSIMMEE (WINTER GARDEN), FLORIDA 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. * COME HELP US CELEBRATE OUR 20TH ANNIVERSARY AT THE GREATEST SALE ON EARTH! *** SPECIAL NOTE: For Non-US Resident Bidders: A $10,000 Cashier’s Check Deposited Prior to Bidding will be Required. * No Exceptions.

HILITES: CRAWLER CRANE: 2009 Manitowoc 16000S3 series (like new!-sells in absentia to owner’s confirmation), 4 ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: New Tadano GR750XL, 2008 Terex RT780, 2007 Grove RT875E, 2005 Grove RT600E, TRUCK CRANE: 2007 Grove TMS500E, TOWER CRANE: 2007 Terex CBR28H-2.5, 10 CARRY DECK CRANES: (5) Broderson IC2002C, Broderson IC803E, (2) Broderson IC802, Broderson IC20, Shuttlelift 3330FL, 40 ARTICULATED TRKS: (3) 2012-2011 Terex TA400, (2) 2010 Terex TA40, (2) 2007-2006 Volvo A40D, 2005 Volvo A35D, Volvo A35C, Volvo A30, (3) 2007-2006 Volvo A25D, 2006-2005 Cat 740, 2010 Cat 730, (2) 2007 Cat 725, (2) Cat D300E, (4) 2006-(2) 2005 JD 250D, (7) JD 250D, (3) 2007 Case 330, 2005 JCB 714, 4 STRAIGHT FRAME TRKS: (2) Cat 773B, (2) Euclid R40, 219 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006 Cat 365CL, Cat 365BL, Cat 350L, 2007 Cat 345CL, Cat 345BL, 2011 Cat 336EL, (2) 2010-(6) 2009 Cat 336DL, 20082007 Cat 330DL, 2006 Cat 330CL, 2009 Cat 329DL, 2008 Cat 325DL, 2006 Cat 321CLCR, 2007-2006 Cat 321CL, 2012-(3) 2011-2009-(10) 2008 -2007 Cat 320DL, (3) 2008 Cat 320DLRR, (3) 2006 Cat 320CL, Cat 320L, 2011-2010 Cat 319DL, (4) 2009-(5) 2008 Cat 315DL, Cat 315CL, Cat 315L, 2007 Cat 314CLCR, 2011-(3) 2009-(2) 2008 Cat 312DL, 2008(3) 2007 Cat 312CL, (3) 2008 Cat 308DS, 2005 Cat 308CR, (3) 2010 Cat 305CCR, Cat 304.5, 2005 Cat 304CR, Cat 303.5, 009 Cat 303CCR, 2008 Cat 303C, Cat 215, 2005 JD 330CLC, JD 270DLC, JD 225CLC, JD 160CLC, 2005 JD 135C, JD 120CLC, (2) Komatsu PC400LC, Komatsu PC300LC-7, 2005 Komatsu PC270LC-7L, Komatsu PC220LC, 2006-2005 Komatsu PC200LC-7, (2) Komatsu PC200LC-6, Komatsu PC158USLC-2, Komatsu PC78R, Komatsu PC50MR, Komatsu PC45, Komatsu PC27MR, Kobelco SK480LC, Kobelco SK400LC, (2) Kobelco SK350LC, (5) 2006-(5) 2005 Kobelco SK330-6, 2006 Kobelco SK290-6, 2006 Kobelco SK250-6, 2007-2006 Kobelco SK235SR, (2) 2007-(4) 2006-(3) 2005 Kobelco SK2106, 2007 Kobelco SK200SR, Kobelco SK160LC, (3) 2007-2006-(3) 2005-(2) 2004 Kobelco SK135SR, Kobelco SK70, Unused Doosan DX225LC, Volvo EC460BLC, Volvo EC210BLC, Link-belt 330LX, Link-belt 290LX, 2008 Link-belt 160-2, Link-belt 130LX, Link-belt 75LX, Case CX75, Case CX31, 2004 Yanmar VIO402, (4) 2004 IHI 80NX-3, IHI 55, 2006- (23) 2005-2004 IHI 35N-2, 2006-(12) 2005-2004 IHI 28N-2, IHI 28N, (2) IHI 15NX, (2) Takeuchi TB135, 2004 Bobcat 331G, 2004 Yanmar VIO352, 2007 D&E Mfg. 330-XHDH, 5 LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: Unused 2012 Doosan DX225LC, Kobelco SK 250LC, Linkbelt 240LX, 2010 Cat 329DL, Cat 322CL, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR: Badger 460, 36 MOTOR GRADERS: 2009 Cat 140MVHP, 2009 Cat 140MVHR, 2009 Cat 140MVHP Plus, 2009-(4) 2008 Cat 140M, (4) 2005 Cat 140H, (5) Cat 140H, 2008 Cat 120M. Cat 14H, (3) 2008 Cat 12M, (3) 2007-2006-2005 Cat 12H, (3) Cat 12H, Cat 12G, 2007 JD 770, JD 672D, JD 670A, JD 570A, 2008 Volvo G940, Champion 710A, 5 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (3) Cat 631D, (2) 2004 Cat 615C, 2 TOOL CARRIERS: Cat IT38G, Cat IT28G, 64 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: (2) Cat 988G, Cat 988B, Cat 980H, 2010 Cat 966H, (2) Cat 966G, Cat 966F, (2) 2007 Cat 950H, (2) 2005 Cat 950G-II, 2010-2009-(2) 2008 Cat 938H, 2012-2010-(4) 2009 Cat 930H, 2006 Cat 930GIT, (2) Cat 930G, 2009 Cat 924HZ, 2009-2008 Cat 924H, 2006 Cat

924GZ, (4) 2007-2006-2005-(2) 2004 Cat 914G, 2009 Cat 906H, 2009 Cat 906, JD 700H, 2009 JD 644K, 2008 JD 544J, Komatsu WA500, 2009 Komatsu WA380-6, 2009 - 2006 Komatsu WA380-5L, Komatsu WA320, (2) 2007- (2) 2005-(3) 2004 Komatsu WA250, (3) 2006 Komatsu WA200-5, 2005 Komatsu WA50-3, (3) 2005 Case 621D, Case W14B, 2008 Volvo L110F, 2004 JCB 436HT, Daewoo Mega 400-III, Michigan L125, 73 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2005-2004 Cat D9R, 2004 Cat D8T-II, (2)2008 Cat D8T w/ ripper, (2) Cat D8T, 2004 Cat D8R-II, (6) Cat D8R, Cat D8N, Cat D7RXR-II, Cat D7RLGP, Cat D7RXL, 2009-2008 Cat D6TLGP, 2008 Cat D6TLGP, Cat D6RXL, 2010-(2) 2006-2004 Cat D6RLGP, 2006 Cat D6RII, 2008 Cat D6NXL, (3) 2007-2006 Cat D6NLGP, 2008 Cat D6KXL, 2008 Cat D6KLGP, 2006-2004 Cat D5GLGP, 2007 Cat D5G, (3) 2006 Cat D4GXL, (3)2005 Cat D4G, 2008 Cat D3KXL, 2007 JD 850J, 2005 JD 750J, 2006 JD 700J, (2)2005 JD 700JLGP, (2) 2006-(2) 2004 JD 650JLGP, (2) 2004 JLG 650H, 2006 JD 450JLGP, 2008-(2) 2006-2005-2004 JD 450J, (2) 2004 JD 450H, (2) 2007-(2) 2006-2005 Case 850K, 2007 Komatsu D155AX-6, (2) 2008 Komatsu D51PX, 2007 Komatsu D39EX, 2009 Komatsu D36EX, CRAWLER LOADER: Cat 941B, 78 LOADER BACKHOES: 2011 Demo Cat 450E (4x4), 2007 Cat 430E (4x4), (3) 2010- (6) 2009-2008 Cat 420EIT (4x4), (10) New Unused Cat 420E (4x4), 2011 Cat 420E (4x4), (2) 2009-(8) 2007 Cat 420E, (4) 2006 Cat 420D, (2) 2008-(2) 2007 Cat 416E (4x4), Cat 416D, Cat 416C (4x4), Cat 416C, 2012 JD 310SK (4x4), JD 310 Super G, (4) 2006-(23)2005 JD 310G (4x4), JD 310G, JD 510D, 2010-2009 JD 410J, JD 410D, (5) 2012 Case 590 Super N (4x4), 2006 Case 590 Super M (4x4), 2006 Case 580M-II (4x4), (5) 2006- (2) 2005 Case 580M (4x4), 2007 JCB 3CX-14, (3) 2005-(2) 2004-2003 Komatsu WB140-2N, New Unused NH LB95B, NH B95B (4x4), 14 ASPHALT PAVERS: 2005 Cat 1050D, (2) Cat 1050D, 2007 Cat 650B, 2008 Blaw Knox PF6170, (2) 2007 BK PF3200, BK PF510, BK PF410, BK PF200B, BK PF172, LeeBoy 1200, Gehl T450, Bitelli, 2 SHUTTLE BUGGIES: (2) Roadtec SB2500, 3 DISTRIBUTOR TRKS: 2003 Ford F750 (s/), 2003 Sterling M7500 (s/a), 1985 Ford LT9000 (tri.), 2 COMPACTORS: Cat 836G, Cat 815B, 38 ASPHALT ROLLERS: (12) New Unused Cat CD54, (2) 2006 Cat CB634D, 2008-(6) 2007-2006-(2) 2005 Cat CB534D, Cat CB534C, 2006 IR DD118HF, IR ST80, 2007 IR DD70HF, 2008 IR DD38HF, 2004 IR DD24, (2) 2006 Volvo IR DD12S, 2004 Hamm HD12VV, (2) Bomag BW75AD, (2) Hyster, Ferguson 10 Ton, 83 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (5) 2011-2010-(4)2009 Cat CS56 (cab), 2008-2006 Cat CP56, Unused Cat CS54, 2010 Cat CS54, (3) 2007 Cat CS563E, 2008 Cat CS433E, 2005 Cat CP433E, 2008-(3) 2007- (7) 2006- (4) 2005 IR SD100D, (3) 2005- (9) 2004 IR SD70D, (2) 2005- (3) 2004 IR SD45D, (5) 2012 Bomag BW213DH-4, 2006 Bomag BW213PDH-3, (8) 2012 Bomag BW211D, (2) 2006 Bomag BW211D-3, 2005 Bomag BW177D-3, (8) 2007 Dynapac CA250D, 2007 Case SV212, (2) Case SV208D, (2) JCB VM115, REX SP600D, 2006 Hamm 3205, 4 TRENCH ROLLERS: 2006 Wacker R82SC, (2) Wacker RT, Multiquip P33HHMR, PNEUMATIC ROLLERS: 2006 IR PT125R, 45 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (8) 2011 Cat 299C (cab), Cat 297C, (5) 2012 Cat 289C-2, 2010-2009 Cat 279C, 2009-(2) 2008 Cat 277C, 2005 Cat 277B, 2005 Cat 267B, 2007 Cat 247B, 2007-(2) 2005 Bobcat T300, (5) 2005 Bobcat T250, (5) 2006-2005 Bobcat T190, Takeuchi TL150, (2) Takeuchi TL140, 2007- 2006-(2) 2005 Takeuchi TL130, Gehl 1503, 26 SKID STEERS: 2010 Cat 272CX, 2008 Cat 256C, 2008-2007 Cat 256CX, 2010-2008 Cat 252B-3, 2008 Cat 252B-2, 2010 Cat 242B-2, 2011 Cat 236B-3, 2010 Cat 232B-3, Cat 226, 2008 Cat 216B-2, 2008 Case 465, 2008 Case 420CT-II, Bobcat S185, 2005 Bobcat S175, (3)2005 Bobcat S150, 2006 JD 317, (2) 2012 NH L215, (2) NH L215, Gehl 3003, Case 60XT, Case 1845C, 2006 Mustang 2054, 7 TRENCHERS: (3) 2005-(2) 2004 Ditch Witch RT40, (2) 2004 Ditch Witch 1330, 3 ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2006 Case 586G (4x4), Master Craft MC12000, Master MC5, 92 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (4) 2008 Cat TL1255, 2010-2008 Cat TL1055, (5) 2008 Cat TL642, (6) 2011 Cat TH514, Cat TH83, (3) 2008 Skytrak 10042, 2004 Skytrak 8042, (2) 2008- (4) 2006 Skytrak 6042, (2) 2007-2004 Genie TL1056, (2) 2007 Genie GTH842, (2) 2007-(2) 2006 Genie GTH644, (2) 2007 Genie GTH636, Gradall G642, 2003 Gradall 544D,

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10 @ 9:00 AM

ALEX

LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

www.lyonauction.com corporate offices: Bridgeport, NY Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-5635 www.lyonauctionlive.com

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20th Annual Rental Returns Auction Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers, Support & Attachments.

Unused JCB 507-42, JCB 528, 2006- (2) 2005 JCB 508C, 2008 JCB 507-42, (2)2006-(4) 2005-(2) 2004 JCB 506C, JCB 506B, JLG G943, (2) 2004-2003 JLG G642A, 3) 2008 JLG G5-18A, 2007-2006- (2) 2005- (2) 2004 Lull 1044C-54, Lull 944E, 2005- (3) 2004 Lull 644E42, 2004 Terex TH1056C, Terex TX77-45R, (2) 2005 Terex TH644C, (2) 2006 Terex TH636C, Terex TH528, (3) 2006 Dieci XRM7.732, (7) 2007 Dieci XRM6.221, (2) 2007 Dieci XRM5.519, Case 586G, IR 843, 2 PIGGY BACK FORKLIFTS: (2) Moffett M5000, 25 FORKLIFTS: Cat T80D, Cat T50C, Cat GC25, Komatsu FG45T2-7, Komatsu FG25T12, Komatsu FG15HT-16, Toyota A5F070 15,000lb., Toyota 7FGU70 15,000lb., Toyota 7FGU70 14,000lb., Toyota 7FGU55 12,000lb., Toyota 7FGAU50 11,000lb., (3) Toyota 7FGU45 10,000lb., (2) Toyota 6FGCU25, (2) TCM FCG25, (2) Nissan SP-TT1W660NV, Nissan 30, Yale GP060, Harlo 5600, Lindy 50, Datsun CPF02A20S, 80 BOOM LIFTS: (3) 2004-2003 JLG 1350SJP (4x4), 2004 JLG 1250AJP (4x4), (2) 2004 1200SJP (4x4), (4) 2012 JLG 860SJ (4x4, sky power), (7) 2012 JLG 860AJ (4x4, sky power), (5) 2008 -2006 JLG 800AJ, (4) 2012 JLG 660SJ (4x4, sky power), (3) JLG 601S (4x4), (2) 2012 JLG 600S (4x4, generator), JLG 600S, (2) 2008-(2) 2007 JLG 600AJ (4x4), JLG 600A (4x4), (2) JLG M600JP, (2) 2008 JLG 460SJ (4x4), (2) 2012 JLG 450AJ, (4) 2012 JLG E300AJP, JLG 120HX, (16) JLG 60HX, (10) JLG 40HX, 2009 Genie S80, (5) Genie Z60/34 (4x4) , Genie S60, Genie S40, 105 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) JLG 500RTS (4x4), (3) JLG 40RTS (4x4), (2) 2008 JLG 3394, (3) JLG 33RTS (4x4), (5) 2005 JLG 3246E, 2005 JLG 2646ES, (2) 2004 JLG 2630ES (4x4), (2) 20052004 JLG 2032ES, (18) 2005 JLG 2030ES, (2) 2004-2003 JLG 1932E2, (48) 2004 JLG 1930ES, 2004 Genie GS2668RT (4x4), 2009 Genie GS2646, (3) 2004 Genie GS2632, (2) 2008 Genie GS2032, (2) 2005-(2) 2003 Genie GS1930, 2008 Genie GS1530, (2) 2007 Skyjack 3220, 2003 Skyjack SJIII3219, 27 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2008 Doosan HP935WCU, 2004 Doosan HP750WCU, (2) 2012 Doosan XP375, 2006 Doosan Airsource 185CFM, 2008-2007-(3) 2006 Sullair 375HDPQ, (6) 2008-(2)2006-2005 Sullair 185DPQ, (2) IR P185WJD, 2011 IR P135WIR, Sullair 185, 2007 Airman PDS185S, Chicago Pneumatic 185, 34 GENERATORS: 2012 Multiquip 125kw, (4) Unused Multiquip 60kw, 2007(2)2005-2004 Multiquip DCA85USJ2C, (2) 2006-2005 Multiquip DCA70USIC, Doosan G145, 2012 Doosan G90 75kw, (6) 2012 Doosan G40WMI-2A-T4I, (2) 2012 Doosan G25WMI-2A, (2) 2006 Magnum 125, (3) 2006 Magnum MMG80, 2008 Magnum MMG55, (2) 2006 Magnum MMG35, 45ft. box Generator, 40ft. box Generator, 11 WELDERS: (3) 2005-(2) 2004 Miller Big Blue 400D, (2) Miller 250 amp, 2005 Lincoln 300D, 2003 Lincoln K2290-1, (2) 2006 Multiquip BLW400SS, 61 LIGHT PLANTS: (10) 2012 IR LS-60HZ-T4F Lightsource, 2007 IR Lightsource, (16) 2012-(3) 2011-2010 Doosan LSC-60HZ-T4F, (2) 2010 Doosan Lightsource, 2006 Amida AL4060D4MH, 2006 Terex RL4060D4MH, (6) 2007(4) 2006-(12) 2005-(4) 2004 Magnum Pro MLT3060, 2007 Magnum Pro MLT3060, SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT: 2012 Doosan MVS6, 9 PUMPS: 2006-2005 Godwin CD150M 6in.,(4) GP200M, (3) GP150M, FELLER BUNCHER: Hydro-Ax 321, 3 LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2008 Kubota L4240 (4x4), JD 6420 (slope mowers), JD 6220 (slope mowers), 9 AG TRACTORS: (2) 2009-2008 Cat MT965C, 2003 Challenger MT285, JD 9520, JD 9400, JD 6420, JD 6220, JD 3140 (4x4), CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: 2006 Multiquip WBH-16F, 11 SWEEPERS: (4) 2005 -2004 Terramite TSS38, 2007-2006-2005 Broce RJ350, Broce RC350, 2003 Broce CR350, Laymor 6HB, WATER TANKERS: (2) Cat D25, Cat D20D, 13 BOOM TRKS: (7) 1999-1998 Sterling , (2) Sterling 7500 15 ton, (2) 2000 Int’l. 4700, Kenworth T370 15 ton, 7 ROLLBACK TRKS: 2007 Freightliner (t/a), (5) 2006-2005 Ford F550, FLATBED TRKS: 1998 Ford F350, DIGGER DERRICK TRKS: 1982 Int’l. S1800 AWD (s/a), 2 VACUUM TRKS: 2000 Freightliner FLD120 (t/a), Ford, WATER WAGONS: 2005 Cat 613C-II, Cat 613C, 15 WATER TRKS: (2) 2008-2004 Ford F750, 2005 Ford 2000 gal., (2) 2003- (4) 2002-2001 Sterling (t/a), 2008-2007 Freightliner 4000 gal, 2005 Int’l. (t/a), 2000 Int’l. 4900, 8 TRUCK TRACTORS: (3) 2007 Peterbilt 386 (t/a), 2004 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 2005 Mack CHN (t/a), 1998 KW W900 (quad.),1975-1974

AUCTION

Pacific PW-W3 (t/a), 4 DUMP TRUCKS: 1999 Sterling (t/a), Ford F750, Freightliner M2 (t/a), Western Star (tri.), 12 SERVICE TRUCKS: New 2012 Ford F550XL, (5) 2006-2005(3) 2004 Ford F550 (4x4), 2012 Ford F450, Kenworth T300, SEPTIC TRUCKS: 1993 Int’l. Paystar 5000 (tri.), STAKE TRUCK: 2005 Ford (s/a), 8 PICKUP TRUCKS: (3) Ford F350 (dually), (2) Ford F150, (2) Ford F250 (4x4), Chevy Silverado, VANS: 2004 Dodge Sprinter 2500, 9 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (8) 2013 Witzco RG50 50 ton (tri.), 2002 Talbert 55 ton (quad.), 2 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2007 Ledwell 50 ton, Eager Beaver 50 ton, 2 STEP DECK TRAILERS: Fontaine 53ft., 2009 Fontaine Velocity (40T), SPECIALTY TRAILER: Talbert Specialty Trailer 83ft. x 11ft. approx. (12 axle), SCISSOR LIFT TRAILER: JLG UT49 4ft. x 9ft. (t/a), 12 ELECTRIC CARS: (12) New Koko D8, 30 RECREATIONAL & UTILITY VEHICLES: (15) Kubota & Kawasaki, ATTACHMENTS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. SPECIAL: 1963 Chevy Corvette: (24,000 original miles, split windows, Daytona Blue – perfect!) EXTRA SPECIAL MILITARY EQUIPMENT: MILITARY TANKS: 1965 Chieftain Combat Tank, MILITARY TRUCK: Mack Army Transport Truck 5 Ton , MILITARY TRAILER: Tank Retrieval Trailer. SPECIALTY TRUCK TRACTOR & TRAILER (selling in absentia): TRUCKS: 1975-1974 Pacific PW-W3 (t/a), TRAILER: Talbert 450 ton Specialty Trailer 83ft. x 11ft. approx. (12 axle) 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. FLORIDA AUCTIONEER LICENCE: #AU 0001548, FLORIDA LICENCE: #AB-1091. SALE SITE PHONE: (407) 239-2700,

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10 @ 9:00 AM

ALEX

LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

www.lyonauction.com corporate offices: Bridgeport, NY Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-5635 www.lyonauctionlive.com

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Ritchie Sale Features More Than 1,650 Items in North East RITCHIE from page 118

Keith Jordan, mechanic of E-Tech Equipment, Richmond, Va., stands in front of a Caterpillar D6M crawler tractor.

Ron Gates of Baltimore, Md., looks over a Caterpillar 953C crawler loader.

Charles Mark (L) and Anthony Clanton, both of G&A Clanton Excavating, West Grove, Pa., check out a Caterpillar crawler tractor.

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Alex Lyon & Son Holds Sale at Atlantic City Racetrack

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ate model Cat, John Deere and Komatsu construction equipment were among the items on the block at the Alex Lyon & Son Atlantic City auction. Held at the Atlantic City Racetrack on Dec. 15, items available included cranes, haul trucks, rollers, skids steers and forklifts, in addition to an array of support equipment.

Gene Cosklo (L) and his father of 315 Reality Corp. of Wilkes Barre, Pa., are prepared to test out a Komatsu PC120 hydraulic excavator.

Norman Smith, Smith Asphalt, Berlin Township, N.J., inspects a Hyster roller.

Jose Nogueiras (standing), president of Newark Equipment Sales Corp., Newark, N.J., checks his spec sheet for a Caterpillar 938H wheel loader while another potential bidder sits in the cab.

Jack “In the Box” Lyon took his usual place in the “Lyons Den.”

There was a wide selection of heavy equipment at the Alex Lyon auction on Dec. 15 at the Atlantic City Racetrack.

John Bodin (L), ABC Transport of Seaview, N.J., and Ted Gendron, president of AST Construction in Egg Harbor, N.J., pose in front of a Manitowoc GMK4115 crane.

Georgy (L) and Chuckie Starr came to the auction with their father Charles Starr Jr. (not pictured). The Starrs run Starr General Contracting, Franklinville, N.J.

Robert Larriu, a commercial analyst from Puerto Rico, evaluates a Caterpillar 420E backhoe loader.

An eager bidder arrived early to the auction to test out numerous aerial lifts.

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‘Ushackle Upstate’ Applauds Toll Decision TAPPAN from page 1

“The most important thing is trying to help the businesses and consumers of our state — that’s what it’s all about,” said Assembly Republican leader Brian Kolb of Canandaigua. “This is a big first step.” The Unshackle Upstate business group said the proposed toll increase would have done “tremendous damage to the upstate economy.” “The announcement is a clear indication that public advocacy is alive and well in New York,” said the group’s executive director, Brian Sampson. “We’re proud to have worked with a large coalition of elected officials, business groups, trade organizations and toll payers in opposing the proposed toll hike.” The group accused the authority of trying to quietly approve the toll hike by holding summer hearings that usually generate little attendance, calling meetings without providing an agenda then canceling the meetings after the sessions were reported in the news media. The Thruway had reported in the

spring that a “modest” 45-percent increase in the toll for truckers to raise $90 million was unavoidable because the alternative would be a hit to its credit rating, which could have drastically increased borrowing costs. Madison now says the new business plan to reverse what he and Cuomo called years of mismanagement under previous administrations will protect the authority’s credit rating. Despite a voluminous study that supported the toll increase in the spring, Madison said Monday that toll is no longer necessary. “I thought it would be counterproductive from an economic development perspective,” Cuomo said. “I think the increase would send the wrong signal.” Cuomo said the increase would have stepped on his administration’s message of creating a “new New York”aimed at building a better economy and future, which includes the Tappan Zee project. The bid award to a contracting consortium called Tappan Zee Constructors was adopted by the Thruway board Dec. 17. The bid is the

least expensive and has the fastest construction schedule of three bids that were accepted. The $5 toll is still expected to nearly triple. The bid also dredges the least from the Hudson River. The Riverkeeper environmental organization continues to have concerns about the project. “We and the public need more information about how today’s action affects the project’s overall impacts,”Riverkeeper said. The other projects were priced at $3.99 billion and nearly $4.06 billion. The final cost will be higher because of management costs, contingencies and other costs which would have been equal under any of the proposals, Madison said. The differences in the bids were mostly in how the bridge will look. The state is waiting on a decision from the federal government on a request for a loan that could cover $2.9 billion of the cost. The Obama administration rejected New York’s application a year ago, but invited the state to reapply. That was viewed as a positive sign in Albany.

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Friday, February 22nd @ 9:00 Auction Location:

601 Christiana Ave. Wilmington, DE 19801

Please call (302) 654-1846 or Marty Piela @ (302) 530-9103 for more information

Inspection on February 20th & 21st from 8am-5pm

Visit our website for a list of inventory & pictures

www.utilityauctions.net To consign equipment to this auction please contact Marty Piela @ (302) 530-9103 Financing can be provided by Northern Atlantic Financial, LLC JoAnn Cucciarre: Office 800-710-4361 Cell 610-909-8023. All financing must be pre-approved prior to the auction

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ADVERTISER INDEX A E D ........................................................................42

EESSCO ..................................................................75

PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ..............................5,69

ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ................................85

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ....................................44,86

PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ..................................84

ACR EQUIPMENT CO ..........................................106

ELLIOTT MACHINE WORKS INC ..........................58

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC ......................117

ALBAN CAT ..............................................................26

EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP ....................104

PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ................................25

ALEX LYON & SON INC

EQUIPMENT CORP OF AMERICA ........................39

PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ........................10

PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ..........................111

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

POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ..........................83

MANASSAS VA 1/12 ....................................113

ERRICKSON EQUIPMENT INC ..............................30

POWERSCREEN NEW ENGLAND ........................87

DALLAS TX 01/18 ........................................115

ESCO CORP ............................................................96

RANSOME CAT ..........................................2,28,42,46

KISSIMMEE FL 02/02-10..............................120

EXODUS MACHINES ..............................................89

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS

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

FELLING TRAILERS ................................................63

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

FLUID POWER ......................................................106

ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ................100

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

ORLANDO FL 02/18-23................................128

ALLU GROUP ..........................................................41

GEHL SKID STEER ................................................91

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ............................26

BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ......................................72

GORILLA HAMMERS ..............................................43

BARGAINS ............................................................107

GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ......................74

BECK EQUIPMENT ................................................26

GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ..................24

BEST LINE EQUIPMENT................................17,18,19

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

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

H O PENN MACHINERY CO INC ..........................16

BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT CO..........41

HILCO INDUSTRIAL LLC

CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ........................................36 CAT AUCTION SERVICES

2 PUBLIC AUCTIONS ..................................116 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..............95

ONLINE AUCTION 01/24-31 ........................117 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS

SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ................................106 SENNEBOGEN ........................................................81 SITECH METRO NORTHEAST ..............................45 SOUTHEASTERN EQUIPMENT CORP ..................40 SPECIALTY RENTALS & ATTACHMENTS ..............35 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ..........................11 STU HARRIS ..........................................................110 SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES ........................................76

FLORIDA AUCTION 02/15-16 ......................123

HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT ..........................................27

CEG SCALE MODELS ............................................48

HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ....................102

CHADWICK-BAROSS ..............................................31

IROCK CRUSHERS ................................................82

CHENANGO TRUCK ..............................................60

IRON PLANET ........................................................119

CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ......................6

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

CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ....................30

JOHN DEERE ..........................................................49

CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ....................62

K W REESE INC ......................................................12

CLASSIFIEDS ........................................................108

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..........54

CLASSIFIEDS ........................................................109

KLEEMAN ................................................................79

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ......................73

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ..................................47

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ..56,66,103,114

KPI-JCI ....................................................................74

WILMINGTON DE 02/22 ..............................125

COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC ................30

KUBOTA ..................................................................50

VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ................................36

CREAN EQUIPMENT ............................................106

KUBOTA SVL ..........................................................92

VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA............64

DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................28

LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC ....................101

WANTED ................................................................110

DOMINICS EQUIPMENT ........................................12

LIFTECH EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................29

WANTED MACK TRUCKS ......................................46

DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ..........................46

MESSICK’S ................................................................6

WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ..............................6

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..............................53

METSO MINERALS CRUSHING ............................78

WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT INC ..............................32

DW EQUIPMENT SALES ........................................42

METSO MINERALS SCREENING ..........................71

WHITNEY & SON INC ............................................68

DYNAPAC ................................................................90

MUNICIBID.COM ..................................................125

WILSON FINLEY ....................................................105

EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS ..................................61

NORAM ....................................................................93

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

EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ..........12,127

OPDYKE INC ..........................................................58

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS

EDWARD EHRBAR INC ..........................................13

PEMBERTON INC ................................................102

TEREX CRANES ....................................................51 TEREX FUCHS ........................................................77 TERRA SELECT INC ..............................................82 THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ............106 TOWMASTER INC ..................................................59 TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ..........................15 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ........................37 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ............................29 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC

FLORIDA AUCTION 02/11-18 ......................122

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Happy Holidays We, at Eagle Power and Equipment would like to say thank you to all of our valued customers for the opportunity to serve you in 2012. From our entire staff, best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and a bright New Year! Authorized Dealer for These Quality Lines: Eager Beaver & CAM Trailers • Rammer by Allied Hydraulic Hammers & Shakers • Sims Cabs & Cab Enclosures • Guest Industries Forks • Airman Portable Air Compressors • Zanetis Planers •  Trailking Trailers •  FFC Attachments Frank Beck

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Jim Lutz

Tom Scott

Richard Verna

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215/870-4546

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610/420-4770

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

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

302/354-1947

215/783-1847

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