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Route 52 Causeway Rises Nearly 100 New York Above the Tide in Jersey Spans in Dire Need of Rehabilitation By Ben Dobbin

Contractor Makes the Big Cut in W.Va. …8

AED Holds Annual Convention, CONDEX…14

ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) Dozens of New York’s bridges have equally poor or even worse “condition ratings” than the Lake Champlain Bridge earned just months before the 80year-old span was shut down and demolished, the state comptroller said Jan. 12. Three major bridges — the Tappan Zee in New York City’s northern suburbs, the Peace Bridge linking Buffalo with Canada, and the Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge in northern New York — are in urgent need of improvements, Thomas DiNapoli said in a report on highway bridge management and oversight. “The closing of the Champlain Bridge should serve as a wake-up call for us all,” DiNapoli said. “We have to start paying much more attention to our infrastructure needs, and the Department of Transportation has to do a better job of making sure defects are quickly and thoroughly addressed. This is about public safety and it’s about Route 52 northbound structure shown under construction looking east toward economic survival.” The bridge linking New York and Vermont was closed in Ocean City, N.J. The existing Route 52 low level bridge is seen right, still occupied with traffic.

Firm’s Big History Begins With Small Choice…44

Table of Contents ............4 Truck & Trailer Section .... ..................................55-59 Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section ....63-83 Parts Section ..............104 Business Calendar ......111 Auction Section ..111-120 Advertisers Index........118

By Mary Reed CEG CORRESPONDENT

Whether travelers in New Jersey cross the Route 52 Causeway from Somers Point to Ocean City to enjoy a family-friendly vacation or to drive the other way to the mainland to flee a hurricane, three years from now their journeys will be swifter, safer — and at a higher elevation. The ongoing two-phase $400 million causeway contract is one of the largest awarded by the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and is billed as the biggest highway job in the history of the southern part of the state. The project, officially titled the Route 52 Causeway Replacement and Circle Elimination Project and split into two contracts, is considered critical because Route 52 serves as an emergency evacuation route for Ocean City. Of particular concern were the causeway’s bridges, see CAUSEWAY page 18

see BRIDGES page 116

Work Finally Begins on MLK Memorial in Washington, D.C. By Brett Zongker ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

WASHINGTON (AP) Construction is finally under way on the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on the National Mall after more than a dozen years of planning, fundraising and legal wrangling. Workers have been clearing the site on the Tidal Basin since Dec. 28. They will move some trees to another part of the mall, including a few of Washington’s famous cherry trees. By February, heavy construc-

tion will begin. Jan. 18 marked the first King holiday, though, when organizers could finally see their work in progress. “Everyone in the office is taking a deep breath,” executive architect Ed Jackson Jr. said in an interview Jan. 15. “Although it’s been a labor of love, it’s been a long road, 13 years for me.” It was supposed to be completed by now. President Bill Clinton signed a law authorizing the memorial in 1996, and President see MEMORIAL page 114


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1998 CAT 990 Stk#: UP20035, S/N: 4FR00308, MAJOR POWERTRAIN REBUILD: SUMMER 2009 $599,000

ASPHALT / PAVING / CONCRETE EQUIPMENT 2004 CAT AP-1055B, S/N: A3P00196, Stk #UT10004, 4506 hrs, 10'- 20 ' Ext-A-Mat Screed, Electric Htd Screed, Generator, Push Rollers ................................................................$$189,300

COMPACTION EQUIPMENT - LANDFILL 2004 CAT 836G, S/N: BRL00490, Stk #: UT10066, 7159 hours, cab, air, Caron blade, Caron tips 70% remaining ........$$355,000

COMPACTION EQUIPMENT - SMOOTH DRUM 2005 CAT CB-224E, S/N: 22401345, Stk #: UP20001, 160 hours, 47" double drum asphalt roller, canopy ..............$$22,900 2004 CAT CB-534DXW, S/N: EEA00260, Stk #: 92805, 832 hours, 79" double drum roller, off set hitch, Versa Vibe system, 130 HP, 24,860 lbs ........................................................$$75,000 2005 CAT CS-563E, S/N: CNG01235, Stk #: 92808, 1778 hours, 84" single drum dirt roller, canopy ....................$$75,000

CRAWLER LOADER 2006 CAT 953C, S/N: BBX02600, Stk #: UT10083, 3577 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, serviced every 250 hours ..............$$79,000 2006 CAT 953C, S/N: BBX02603, Stk #: 96098, 1,004 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, like new machine, U/C about 90%$$135,000 2002 CAT 963C, S/N: 2DS02247, Stk #: UT10098, 10,065 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, 3rd valve, single lever control, U/C about 50% ......................................................................SOLD 1999 CAT 963C, S/N: 2DS00630, Stk #: UT10104, 14,319 hours, cab, air, GP Bucket, pin and bushings turned at 12,000 hours ..............................................................................SOLD

DOZER - CRAWLER 1994 CAT D4C, S/N: 6YL00314, Stk #: UT10101, canopy, 6 way blade, fair U/C..........................................................SOLD 2006 CAT D4G XL, S/N: HYD01819, Stk #: UX30001, 1049 hours, cab, air, 6-way blade............................................SOLD 2004 CAT D6R XL II, S/N: AAX00558, Stk #UT10082, 6057 hours, cab, air, SU-blade, U/C about 85% ......................SOLD 2005 CAT D6R XL II, S/N: AAX01075, Stk #: 92811, 4551 hours, AC, SU Blade, New UC, New Injectors, New Equalizer Bar, Ripper Valve ........................................................$$139,000 2004 CAT D8R II, S/N: 6YZ01580, Stk #: 92739, 3406 hrs, cab, air, 3rd valve, SS ripper, $30,000 in UC work done .................... RENTED $369,300 ......................................................................R 2004 CAT D8R II WDA, S/N: 6YZ01964, Stk #: UT10078, 6130 hours, cab, air, Caron SU blade, diff steer, Caron pads$$259,000

2004 CAT 836G Stk#: UT10066, S/N: BRL00490, 6874 Hours, cab, AC, Caron blade, Caron tips 70% remaining, serviced approx every 250 hrs since sold new by Ransome CAT, rear axle rebuilt @ 6,600 hours. . .$355,000

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SCRAPER (2) 1998 CAT 627F, S/N:1DL00490, Stk#92736 & S/N:1DL00477, Stk #92735, 10,000+/- hours, cab, A/C, push pull, big tires, good cond ............................................$$299,000

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2004 CAT D8R II WDA Stk#: UT10078, S/N: 6YZ01964, 6130 Hours, cab, AC, Caron SU blade, diff steer, Caron pads, pins & bushings turned & new sprocket segments, minor blade repairs. . .$259,000

EXCAVATOR - CRAWLER 2006 CAT 303.5C CR, S/N: DMY00553, Stk #: UT10044, 698 hours, cab, air, long stick 5'10", blade, rubber pads, hammer lines ..............................................................................$$39,900 2005 CAT 314CLCR, S/N: PCA00498, Stk #: UX30005, 2246 hours, off set boom, cab, air, blade, pattern changer, steel pads ......................................................................................$$93,300 2005 CAT 322CL, S/N: HEK00837, Stk #: 92787, 3716 hours, long reach, 60' stick,48" ditching bucket ....................$$169,000 2003 CAT 325CL, S/N: BFE00534, Stk #: 96188, 6985 hours, Quick Coupler, AC, aux hyd, 63,000 LBS, 32" pads, long UC, 12'6" stick, 30" bkt ..........................................................SOLD 2005 CAT 330CL, S/N: DKY03490, Stk #92777, 2366 hrs, 77,000 lbs, 12' 6" stick, 34" pads, 36" bkt, eng rebuilt by Ransome CAT, May 2007 ............................................$$199,000 2003 CAT 345BL, S/N: AGS01717, Stk #92774, 4941 hrs, 100,000#, 11' stick, 36" pads, 60" bucket, pin grapple .............. ....................................................................................$$199,000 2006 CAT 345CL, S/N: PJW00833, Stk #96096, 3809 hrs, mass excavator, 72" rock bkt ........................................SOLD 2006 CAT 365CL, S/N: MCS00331, Stk #HR3179, 2121 hours, 145,450#, 25' 7" Boom, 13' 7" Stick, 60" bucket, 36" Track Pad Width ..........................................................................$$495,000

LOADER BACKHOE 2005 CAT 420D, S/N: FDP23785, Stk #: UP20024, 972 hours, 4WD, cab, A/C, E-stick, MP bucket, HELEC swinger coupler...... ........................................................................................SOLD

WHEEL LOADER 2006 CAT 904B, S/N: B4L00355, Stk #URR0075, 3456 hours, AC, GP bucket, quick coupler, good tires ......................$$29,000 2005 CAT 928GZ, S/N: DJD01847, Stk #: UP20034, 2519 hours, cab, AC, GP bucket, ride control, 600/65R25 XLD L-3 RENTED $87,300 tires ................................................................R 2006 CAT 938G II, S/N: CRD01970, Stk #92803, 441 hrs, Cab & AC, GP Bkt, 20.5 - R 25 Tires, FOB Bear, DE ..........$$129,000 2006 CAT 938G II, S/N: RTB02324, Stk #UT10026, 2551 hrs, EROPS, Quick Coupler, ride control, 3rd valve, lighting system, side dump bucket, AC, auto shift, forks ......................$$119,000 2006 CAT 972H, S/N:A7D00279, Stk #UP20017, 3180 hours, High Lift, Cab, Air, 5.75 GP bucket, Lincoln lube sys, New RENTED $239,000 Bridgestone 26.5R25 Tires............................R 2003 CAT 980G II, S/N: AXG00616, Stk #: UP20002, 6921 hours, cab, AC, GP bkt, ride control, fenders, 20.5 R-25 tires in good condition ............................................................$$199,000 1998 CAT 990, S/N: 4FR00308, Stk #: UP20035, major powertrain rebuild summer 2009 ..........................................$$599,000


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KOMATSU PC400LC-6, 2002, S/N A85176, 10,889 HRS; 36" TRACKS; 11'1" ARM; ACTIVE MODE; A/C; $65,000 ESCO 30" XDP DIPPER..................................$ KOMATSU PC400LC-6, 2000, S/N A84122, 11,648 HRS; 36" TRACKS; 13'2" ARM; A/C; NEW MAIN CONTROL VALVE; ESCO 48" DIPPER; REPAINTED .... $90,000 ......................................................................$

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1994 KOMATSU PC150-5 S/N 7018, 9,640 HRS; 24" TRACKS; 8'7 ARM; GEITH 28" DIPPER............ $17,500 ............................................$

1999 KOMATSU PC270LC-6 S/N A83064, 7,203 HRS; 24" TRACKS; 10' HD ARM W/PIPING; HYD CONTROL UNIT; ESCO 48" DIPPER; SERVICED & PAINTED ............ $70,000 ............................................$

2000 KOMATSU PC228USLC-2 S/N 15511, 9,211 HRS; 28" TRACKS; 9'6" ARM; ESCO 42" DIPPER; NEW TRACK LINK ASSEMBLIES; CYLINDERS REPACKED; SERVICED & $70,000 PAINTED ............................$

KOMATSU PC35MR-2, 2007, S/N 10216, 679 HRS; CAB W/HEA-A/C; 12" ROAD LINER SHOES; 5'9" ARM W/HYD PLUMBING; 4-WAY BLADE; WERK-BRAU $37,500 HYD THUMB; WEK-BRAU 24" BUCKET ........$ KOMATSU PC40MR-2, 2004, S/N 8750, 2,300 HRS; 16" ROAD LINER TRACKS; 6'3" ARM; AUX. HYDRAULICS; ROPS CAB W/AIR CONDITIONING; $27,500 ESCO HYD THUMB; KOMATSU 26" DIPPER..$ KOMATSU PC78MR-6, 2006, S/N 2120, 3,002 HRS; 18" ROADLINER SHOES; 7'5" ARM W/PIPING; ADDED CWT; HENSLEY HYD THUMB; GEITH 36" $52,500 DIPPER; REPAINTED ....................................$ KOMATSU PC228-V32, 2000, S/N 15317, 10,681 HRS; 32" TRACKS; 9'6" ARM; A/C; PARTIAL ENGINE REBUILD; FRONT END REPINNED & BUSHED; NEW HYD PUMP; CYLINDERS REBUILT; NEW UNDERCARRIAGE; HKX HAMMER KIT W/AUTO-LUBE; JRB $170,000 SMART-LOC; TRAMAC V32 HAMMER ........$ KOMATSU PC270LR-8, 2007, S/N A87090, 2,320 HRS; TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 32" TRACKS; A/C; PATTERN CHANGE VALVE; YOUNG 60' LONG $225,000 FRONT; 60" DIPPER ....................................$ KOMATSU PC400-V56, 2001, S/N A84212, 831 HRS; 36" TRACKS; 11'1" ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; NEW LINK ASSY & HR METER INSTALLED AT 7,160 HRS; TRAMAC V56 HAMMER .. $275,000 ....................................................................$ KOMATSU PC400LC-6, 2001, S/N A85043, 12,862 HRS; 36" TRACKS; ACTIVE MODE; A/C; 11'1" ARM; $65,000 GEITH 36" DIPPER ........................................$

2005 KOMATSU D61PX-15

KOMATSU WA380-5L, 2005, S/N A52669, 2,348 HRS; MICHELIN 23.5 X R25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER & Q/D 4 $126,000 CY G/P BUCKET; NEW OEM PAINT ............$ KOMATSU WA380-6, 2006, S/N A53081, 1,943 HRS; TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2; MICHELIN 23.5 X R25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER & Q/D 4 CY G/P BUCKET; NEW OEM $160,000 PAINT ..........................................................$ KOMATSU WA380-6, 2006, S/N 65029, 1,934 HRS; TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2; MICHELIN 23.5 X R25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB $155,000 COUPLER; Q/D 4 CY G/P BUCKET ..............$

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S/N B40114, 4,547 HRS; 34" TRACKS; 6-WAY BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEA-DEF-A/C; 100% CERTIFIED $125,000 REBUILD AT 3,965 HRS ....$

2005 KOMATSU D65PX-15 S/N 67683, 4,806 HRS; 36" (AR) TRACKS; POWER PITCH & TILT BLD; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEA-DEF-A/C; NEW U/C; REPAINTED @ 4675 HRS; P $115,000 & B TURN @ 4806 HRS ......$

WIRTGEN 2100DC, 1996, S/N 3.21.259, 267 HRS; 79" DRUM WITH HT3 TOOTH HOLDERS; MERCEDES 600 HP DIESEL ENGINE; DUAL GRADE & SLOPE $315,000 CONTROLS; COMPLETE REBUILD ..............$

SCRAP PROCESSING/DEMOLITION SENNEBOGEN 821R-HD, 2007, S/N 821.5.923, 744 HRS; 30" TRACKS; B11 MATERIAL HANDLING PACKAGE; JOHN DEERE ENGINE; 21' BOOM; 13'9" GRAB HANDLING STICK; PREPPED FOR 13KW GENSET; WINDOW GUARD; LA BOUNTY HDR-50 GRAPPLE ................ $250,000 ........................................................................$

2001 KOMATSU WA320-3MC S/N A31514, 14,371 HRS; MICHELIN 20.5 X 25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER; $45,000 JRB 2.50CY QDSD BKT ......$

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S/N 30021; GRAPPLE PC150 W/MTG PAD & $13,100 ARM ..................................................$

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RECYCLING, CRUSHING AND SCREENING

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CONTRACT MAKES THE CUT FOR GIANT RESIN PIPE CORRECTION

Upon discovering that a giant section of piping was too long to connect to a new stack at a West Virginia power station in April 2009, the general contractor at Fort Martin Power Station needed someone to modify the pipe and quickly.

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In an effort to draw Congress’s attention to the economic consequences that failure to renew the Federal highway progam will cause for Texas as well as the rest of the United States, a rally was held on the first day of the convention.

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In the single biggest train project funded through the Federal government’s Recovery Act, Amtrak will soon begin replacing the movable bridge over the Niantic River from East Lyme to Waterford.

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SKANSKA COMMITS $50K TO AID HAITI’S EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS

The United Nations, through the United Nations Foundation, the Central Emergency Response Fund and other U.N. affiliated organizations, is utilizing donations to provide rapid response and relief to victims of the earthquake in Haiti.

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CENTRAL NURSERIES BIG HISTORY BEGAN WITH ONE SMALL CHOICE

On a spring day in 1936, Alessandro Pagliarini, an Italian immigrant in the midst of the Great Depression, decided that he didn’t want to continue working for someone else.

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TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY ANNOUNCES $94M FOR FEDERAL LANDS ROAD PROJECTS

The funds will improve and increase accessibility on the lands of 15 Native American tribes, 11 military bases, 19 national park units, 10 national forests and four national wildlife refuges.

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2006 CASE 465, Stk# U17898, 400.2 Hrs ..............$$25,500 2006 CASE 445, Stk# U30007, 973.5 Hrs ..............$$24,250 2006 CASE 465, Stk# U30022, 1394.8 Hrs ............$$27,500 2004 TAKEUCHI TL130, Stk# U18979, 2705 Hrs ................ ................................................................................$$18,750 2004 TAKEUCHI TL140C, Stk# U17263, 2814.0 Hrs ............ ................................................................................$$27,500 2004 TAKEUCHI TL150C, Stk# U17927, 2660 Hrs .............. ................................................................................$$24,500 2003 CASE 70 XT, Stk# U17786, 1207.0 Hrs ...................... ................................................................................$$16,750

1986 TEREX TS14B, Stk# U19367 ..........................$$18,000

EXCAVATORS - CRAWLER 2004 CASE CX160, Stk# U17892, 2525.0 Hrs ........$$65,000 2001 LINK-BELT 210 LX, Stk# U17764, 2204.0 Hrs ............ ................................................................................$$68,000 1999 CATERPILLAR 330B, Stk# U19335, 12981 Hrs .......... ................................................................................$$49,000

MOTOR GRADER 2003 PSI MG622, Stk# 9193, 674 Hrs ....................$$49,500

COMPACTION EQUIPMENT - PNEUMATIC 2004 CASE CX160, Stk# U17892, 2525.0 Hrs $65,000

2006 CASE 445, Stk# U30007, 973.5 Hrs $24,250

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2005 CATERPILLAR PS-150C, Stk# U30075, 1763.1 Hrs .... ................................................................................$$49,500 2005 CATERPILLAR PS-150C, Stk# U30076, 1723.6 Hrs .... ................................................................................$$49,500 1998 CATERPILLAR PS-150B, Stk# U30074, 5329.0 Hrs .... $27,000 ................................................................................$

COMPACTION EQUIPMENT SMOOTH DRUM 2005 CATERPILLAR CB-534D, Stk# U30045, 2161.7 Hrs.... ................................................................................$$51,500 2000 CATERPILLAR CB-534C, Stk# U30044, 3718.3 Hrs .... ................................................................................$$27,000

LOADER BACKHOE 2004 CASE 580SM II, Stk# U18486, 2876 Hrs ......$$44,650

2003 CAT D8R II WHA, S/N 6YZ01299, 10049 HRS .. ......$$175,000

2006 CAT 972H, S/N A7D00179, 5909 HRS .... CALL ............C

DOZERS - CRAWLER 2001 CATERPILLAR D8R, Stk# U19213, 7730 Hrs .............. ..............................................................................$$192,500 1999 CATERPILLAR D6R XL, Stk# U18996, 8700 Hrs ........ ................................................................................$$79,500

ASPHALT / PAVING / CONCRETE EQUIPMENT 2002 VOGELE 780WB, Stk# U18724 ......................$$49,500 1995 CMI PR500FL, Stk# U30088, 5000.0 Hrs ......$$62,500

TRENCHER / BORING MACHINE / CABLE PLOW 2000 TESMEC TRS1085, Stk# JVH-CONSIGN, 2937 Hrs .... ..............................................................................$$240,000

2002 CAT D5G LGP, S/N FDW00655, 3202 HRS .... ........$$62,000

2003 CAT 963C II, S/N BBD00405, 7940 HRS .... ........$$67,500

2001 CAT 330BL, S/N 6DR04888, 9040 HRS .... ........$$75,000

1997 CAT 771D, S/N 6JR00157, 31061 HRS .. ......$$325,000


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Contractor Makes the Cut for Giant Resin Pipe Correction

Diamond wire sawing was the ideal application for this project, requiring two days of cutting.

Fort Martin Power Station, Maidsville, W.Va.

Upon discovering that a giant section of piping was too long to connect to a new stack at a West Virginia power station in April 2009, the general contractor at Fort Martin Power Station needed someone to modify the pipe, and quickly. When CSDA cutting contractor Accurate Pro-Cut, of Parkersburg, W.Va., was approached to cut the pipe to the required specifications, they knew of an ideal way to make this cut, with great precision and in only a few days. Fort Martin Power Station is owned and operated by Allegheny Energy Supply Company, a subsidiary of electricity utility Allegheny Energy. The power station has a generating capacity of 1,107 megawatts of electricity and is located in Maidsville, W.Va. The generating facility operates 24 hours a day, using coal to generate electricity and deliver low-cost, reliable electric service to more than 1.5 million customers in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Maryland and Virginia. In order to turn coal into kilowatts, the coal must be placed into a grinder to produce a fine powder. This powder is then blown into a furnace area inside a large boiler, where the coal burns much like a gas. Purified water is circulated through steel tubing inside the boiler, which can be as tall as a 23-story building, and the intense heat of the furnace — approximately 1,000 degrees F — boils the water and turns it to steam. The steam is then piped at high pressures, around 3,600 psi, to a turbine, where it spins giant, fan-like blades connected to a shaft. The revolving shaft turns a generator, where magnets spinning inside a coil of wire produce the electricity. The new stack at the power station need-

ed to be connected to an existing 3-in. (7.6 cm)-thick fiberglass resin pipe, with an outside diameter of 25 ft. (7.6 m). However, the pipe was found to be too long to make the necessary connection to the stack. General contractor Washington Group International (WGI) was contracted to shorten the pipe by 4 ft. (1.22 m) to accommodate an existing custom-fit resin flange that would connect the pipe to the new stack. “Because we had been on this work site the week before, core drilling 1,440 holes through the flanges of the pipe readying it for the connection,” said Nick Ledford, site supervisor for Accurate Pro-Cut, “we were in the right place at the right time to help Washington over their next hurdle. Our good working relationship with them probably did not hurt either.” Hand sawing the pipe was considered, but with time and precision being extremely important factors, it was much more feasible to employ wire sawing. The general contractor also had considered the construction of a replacement pipe, but the time and associated costs involved with this alternative were far more expensive than having the existing pipe shortened. Accurate’s plan was to perform two cuts to shorten the pipe to the desired length so that it would fit into the stack. Accurate had to set up its wire saw equipment on and around the pipe, working at approximately 165 ft. (50.2 m) in the air. Any breaks in the wire or any adjustments that would have to be made would require the team to navigate across a 10-ft. (3 m)wide I-beam to gain access to the work area. see PIPE page 32

The 25-ft. (7.6 m)-diameter resin pipe had to be shortened by 4 ft.(1.22 m).

A new stack was being installed to continue production of coal-powered electricity at the plant.


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QUALITY USED EQUIPMENT • VALUE & PERFORMANCE ASSURED

1985 CAT 988B, S/N 50W7075, 52 Hrs, CAT Certified Power Train Rebuild, 11,420 Frame Hrs, Tires - solids 50%....................$$420,000

2006 CAT D6N XL, S/N AKM1988, 1685 Hrs, AC, 4 Valve Hyd, PAT, 60% U/C Remaining, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..............$$129,000

Asphalt / Paving / Concrete Equipment

Generator Sets

1999 CAT AP-1055B, S/N ABB203, 7,549 Hrs, 10-20B

2001 CAT XQ60, 10,505 Hours, Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel..................................$$15,000

Extendamat Screed ..........................................$$79,000

Compaction Equipment - Padfoot 2005 CAT 815F II, S/N BKL00788, 1,940 Hrs, Cab/Air, Blade, Good Feet............................................$$239,000

2005 CAT D7R LGP WDA, S/N ABJ612, 6,315 Hrs; Waste Disposal Arrangement, AC, DS, +50% UC ........................................$$199,000

Li f t - Boom

Compaction Equipment - Smooth Drum

Lift - Scissor 2006 GENIE GS1930, S/N 82135, 90 Hours, GS1930 self propelled scissor lift....................................$$7,100

Roller with water spray system........................$$68,500

Compaction Equipment - Walk/Tow Behind 2004 RAMMAX P33HHMR, S/N 1534476, 629 Hours,

Light Tower (5) 2004 GENIE TML4000N, S/N 361, 313, 314, 433, 432 ..........................................................FFrom $3,900

Rammax Soil Compaction Trench Roller with Remote ..

Other Equipment

........................................................................$$13,250

(2) 2006 Cub 200 Ground Heaters, S/N 541609200019, 541609200027 ..................$$1,050 ea

2005 CAT D5G LGP, S/N RKG1641, 1,886 Hours,

Pump

OROPS, PAT, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ........$$59,000

(2) 2006 GODWIN CD100M, S/N 0542349-28, 0541805-44............................................FFrom $13,500

Excavator - Crawler 2005 CAT 312CL, S/N CBA2486, 2,100 Hrs, AC, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ........................................$$57,000

Excavator - Mini (up to 12,000 lbs)

Trencher / Boring Machine / Cable Plow

Hydraulics, Leveling blade, New seat assembly, New

2005 DITCH WITCH 1230, S/N 1Y2893, Ditch Witch walk-behind chain trencher, honda engine ........$$2,500

Forklift - Telescopic

Wheel Loader

(2) 2007 CAT TL642, S/N TBK130, TBK133 ..................

2007 CAT 930G, S/N TWR3114, 600 Hours, AC, 3V, Cpl, GP, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet................$$105,000

..................................................................$$54,000 ea.

2006 CAT 430E ST, S/N EAT245, 527 Hrs, Cab/Air, E-Hoe, 4WD, GP Bkt/24”, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..........................$$73,000

Skid Steer 2008 CAT 226B II, S/N MJH12218, 47 Hours, Cab, Heat, Manual CPL, GP, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ........ ........................................................................$$34,000

2006 CAT 301.8C, S/N JSB766, 1,514 Hours, Auxiliary boom, Short stick ............................................$$13,500

2005 CAT 330CL, S/N DKY3332, 1,368 Hrs, one owner, clean and work ready, pin grabber lines, 54" bucket ..............................$$129,000

2006 GENIE S40, S/N 10229, 1,351 Hours, Genie S40 Self Propelled Aerial Work Platform ................$$36,000

2006 CAT CB-434D, S/N CHN616, 226 Hours, Asphalt

Dozer - Crawler

2006 CAT CP-563E, S/N CNT1103, 797 Hrs, OROPS, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ..$$85,000

2006 CAT 268B, S/N LBA1553, 1648 Hrs, A/C, High Flow, Hydraulic Coupler, Bucket, Tires 50% ..........................................$$25,000

2008 CAT 328D LCR, S/N GTN271, 1464 Hrs, Aux Hyd, Reach Boom, Medium Stick, Pin Grabber, Bucket ..............................$$228,000

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2007 CAT 320CL, S/N PAB7508, 997 Hrs, AC, Pin Grabber, Bucket, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ................................................$$129,000

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PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Serving Contractors, Municipalities, and Industry since 1912 Special pricing good through 02/28/10 – cash or approved financing Subject to prior sale – Rental purchase not available

2002 John Deer e 410G Backhoe, Unit# 21520, 2 Door Cab w/Air, Air Susp Fabric Seat, Powershift Mfwd Axle, 12.5/80-18 FT/21LX24 Rear, Extendable Backhoe, Five Function Valve, Two Lever Controls, Reverse Stab Feet w/Long Leg, Ldr w/Rtd and 2 Func Hyd, 1.50 Cu Yd Lng Lip Ldr Bkt, Frt Counterweight, Two Batteries-300 Min Cap, Chrome Exhaust Extension, Tilt String Whl Installation, Ops Stat Roof W/Deluxe Light, AM-FM Radio, Electric Ether Starting Aid, Frt Windshield Washer ....................$$28,000

2001 John Deere 310SG Backhoe, Unit# 25854, Ext. Backhoe, Two Lever Controls, Ext Stab w/Rev Feet, 1400 Lb Frt Counterweight, Chrome Exhaust, Six Func. Valve, Aux. Plbg for Ext Stick, 24” HD Backhoe Bkt, 1.3 Cu Yd Lng Lip Ldr Bkt ....$$32,900

2003 John Deere 755C II Crawler Loader, Unit# 27756, Cab w/Heater Air Cond, Lub Tr 20” 508MM Dbl Grouser, Heavy Duty Rear Bumper, GP Bkt, CRL006, Standard Track, Hyd. Transmission ............$$67,500

2006 Cat 303CR Mini Excavator, Unit# 27752, Blade, Cab w/o AC, Rubber Track, Thumb, 12" Bucket, 18" Bucket, 24" Bucket ..........................................$$28,900

2001 John Deere 310SG Extendable Backhoe, Unit# 25853, Two Lever Controls, Std Stab w/Rev Feet, 1400 Lb Frt Counterweight, Chrome Exhaust, Six Function Valve, Aux. Plbg for Ext Stick, 24” HD Backhoe Bkt, 1.3 Cu Yd Lng Lip Ldr Bkt, Sun Visor ........$$32,900 2003 John Deere 824J Wheel Loader, Unit# 21522, 26.5 R 25 XHAT Michelin Tire, Cloth Seat w/Air Suspension, Chrome Exhaust Stack, Sun Visor, Lift Hooks, Heavy Duty Battery, Ether Start Aid, Ride Control ..........................................................................$$97,500

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CRAWLER DOZERS 1994 John Deere 450G, Unit# 21458, 8688 Hrs, Foot Pedal Steering, ROPS, 16” Pads, Retrieval Hitch, Vinyl Suspension Seat, 96” Blade..................$$18,900 2005 John Deere 550J, Unit# 25842, Long Track, Rear Chain Guides, 105" Blade C Frame, Hyd. Pump F Use w/o Winch, Radio, Retrieval Hitch, Chrome Exhaust, Ether Start Aid, Three Function Valve, Dual Batteries, Cab w/Heater Air Cond., AT167392 18" Std Lub Trk Shoe, Track Adjuster Relief Valve, Operator Station Accessories, Environmental Drain, Deluxe Cloth Suspended Seat ............$$51,000 2002 John Deer e 650H, Unit# 27676, Power-Angle-T Blade, Hydrostatic Transmission, Long Track, 105" Blade, ROPS ........................................$$34,900 2004 John Deere 700H, Unit# 27510, 1705 Hrs, Hydrostatic Transmission, Cab w/AC, Angle Blade, Extra-Long Track ..............................................$$79,900 CRAWLER LOADERS 2006 John Deere 605C, Unit# 27606, GP Bucket, Cab w/AC, V Pattern Control ............................................................................................................$$62,500 2006 John Deer e 605C, Unit# 29268, V Pattern Control, Cab w/AC, GP Bucket ............................................................................................................$$59,500 2006 John Deere 605C, Unit# 41488, V-Pattern Trans Control, Lub TR 18" 457MM Dbl Grouser, Cab w/Air w/Mech Cloth Seat, 1.63 GP Bkt w/teeth/back drg, 2 Addtl Lights on Cab Front, Air Susp. Cloth Seat, Seat Backrest Extension, Radio Installation, PT&Hyd Secure Expires 6/30/2011 or 3000 Hrs ........$$75,000 2003 John Deere 655C II, Unit# 29265, GP Bucket, Cab w/AC, 20" Pads, Heavy Duty Rear Bumper ..................................................................................$$51,500 WHEEL LOADERS 2004 Volvo L20B, Unit# 25855, Cab w/o Aux. Hyd, Coupler, 1yd Bucket, 400/70R18 Tires ....................................................................................$$25,950

BACKHOES 2003 John Deer e 110, Unit# 27743, R4 Front Standard Tire, 72" Std Bucket w/Rep-Edge ............................................................................................$$22,900 2003 John Deer e 310SG, Unit# 27610, cab, 4x4, extendable backhoe, two lever controls, ride control, suspension fabric seat, aux plumbing, 1.3 cu. yd. GP bucket, AM-FM radio ........................................................................$$33,500 SCRAPER 1976 John Deer e 762, Unit# 25838, Cab, A/C, 23.5x25 Tires..................$$9,850 SKID STEERS 2000 John Deer e 240, Unit# 21488, 3715 Hrs, Foot Controls, Aux. Hydraulics, ROPS ........................................................................................................$$7,200 2008 John Deer e 313, Unit# 41459, Tires 10x16.5 Extra-Wall, Hyd Cir Std, 2" Seat Belt w/o shldr strap, standard foot controls, backup alarm kit, horn, PT & Hyd secure expires 9/8/2010 or 2000 Hrs ..............................................$$16,250 2008 John Deer e 313, Unit# 41460, No package, Tires 10x16.5 Hauler, Hyd Cir Std, 2" Seat Belt w/ shoulder strap, standard foot controls, electric quick tach, backup alarm kit, cab enclosure w/ wiper kit, deluxe wire harness, heater w/ defroster kit, rear counterweight, suspension seat kit, horn, PT & Hyd secure expires 8/13/2010 or 2000 Hrs ..............................................................$$18,450 2008 John Deer e 315, Unit# 41462, Tires 10x16.5 Hauler, Hyd Cir Std, 2" Seat Belt w/ shoulder strap, standard foot controls, electric quick tach, backup alarm kit, cab enclosure w/ wiper kit, deluxe wire harness, heater w/ defroster kit, rear counterweight, suspension seat kit, horn, PT & Hyd secure expires 9/8/2010 or 2000 Hrs ............................................................................$$19,350

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Now Serv ing All of Connectic ut

LATE MODEL EQUIPMENT

2005 New Holland LB75B, Cab, Heat, 516 Hrs ........................................$44,955

SOLD 1987 Ford 655A, Cab, 4WD, 5538 Hrs .. ......................................................$10,000

EXCAVATORS 2006 Kobelco 70CS, Cab/Heat, Geith Bucket, 915 Hrs..................................................SOLD 2008 Kobelco 80CS, Full Cab, Steel Tracks, 330 Hrs................................................$69,995 1996 Kobelco SK60, Steel Tracks, Cab, Heat, Plumbed ............................................$24,995 2002 Kobelco SK115, A/C, Pattern Changer, 5439 Hrs ................................................SOLD 2005 Kobelco SK160, 36" Bucket, Dealer Maintained, Excellent Condition ................$94,995 2004 Kobelco SK290LC, 42" Bucket, 3451 Hrs ..................................................$139,000 2006 Kobelco SK350, Standard Boom, Dealer Maintained ....................................$189,995 2007 Kubota KX080, Cab, Thumb, Coupler, 500 Hrs, Excellent Condition..................$76,500 2007 Kubota KX121-3, Cab, A/C, Hydraulic Thumb, Pattern Changer, Angle Blade, 389 Hrs ...... ......................................................................................................................................SOLD 2004 Kubota K-008 Mini Excavator, with 6" & 12" buckets, 628 Hrs ................$11,000 2003 Komatsu PC58, Cab, A/C, Thumb, Articulated Arm, 1750 Hrs................................SOLD 2006 Komatsu PC220 LC-8, 48" Hensley Bucket, Full Cab, 1800 Hrs ..........................SOLD 2006 New Holland E130, 36" Bucket, Dealer Maintained ......................................$79,995 2004 New Holland EH160, Dealer Maintained, Very Good Condition........................$74,995 DOZERS 2005 New Holland DC75 LT, 1008 Hrs, 98” Blade, 6 Month Warranty ..................$39,995 2005 New Holland DC85, 9’ Blade, Cab, A/C, 358 Hrs ........................................$65,995 TRAILERS 2008 Cross Country 4HD16 Trailer, 2 5/16" Ball Hitch, Brand New Cond. ............$2,750 1999 Foster HDEH20-14, 14' Deck, Electric Brakes ................................................$6,500 1998 Interstate 40DLA Trailer, Air Brakes, 20 Ton, 20’ Deck, 6’ Beaver Tail .................................. SOLD CRAWLER LOADERS/COMPACT TRACK LOADERS 2006 New Holland C190, Hydraulic Coupler, Hand Controls, 1073 Hrs ..........................SOLD 2007 C175, Open Cab, 97 Hrs, Excellent Condition ..........................................................SOLD

2008 Woods BB6000W Rotary Cutter, Heavy Duty 60” Cut ..........$2995

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STUMP GRINDERS Bandit 2100XP, 117 Hours, Self Propelled Lombardi 26 HP Diesel, Telescoping Frame, New Starter ................................................................................................................................$14,995 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES 2004 New Holland LB75B, 4WD, Cab, Very Good Condition ..................................$49,995 2004 New Holland LB75B, Pilot Controls, 300 Hrs................................................$48,995 2005 New Holland LB75B, Heat, Cab, 516 Hrs ....................................................$44,995 1995 Cat 416B, 4x4 Turbo, Full Cab, 4 N 1 Bucket ..................................................$21,995 1995 Ford 555D, 4WD, Cab, 5509 Hrs ........................................................................SOLD WHEEL LOADERS New Holland LW80B, Hydraulic Coupler, 2 Bkts, New Tires, 1457 Hrs ......................$49,995 2003 New Holland LW90, A/C, 1.7 Yd Bucket, Cab, 1133 Hrs..............................$55,995 2004 New Holland LW170.B, JRB Coupler, 2529 Hrs ..........................................$86,500 2006 New Holland LW170.B, JRB Coupler, 994 Hrs ............................................$95,500 SKID STEERS 1996 Case 1840, Hand Controls, 2428 Hrs, Open Cab ..................................................SOLD 2004 Cat 262, new 72” low profile bucket, enclosed cab, 1564 Hrs ..............................................$23,500 2001 New Holland LS180, Open Cab, 800 Hrs, Foot Controls, High Flow.................................. $13,500 2007 New Holland LS185, Heat/AC, Cab, 78" Low Profile Bucket, 223 Hrs............$31,995 2007 New Holland LS185, Heat, Cab, 78" Low Profile Bucket, 294 Hrs..................$32,995 2005 New Holland LS185B, Foot Controls, Cab, heat, Hyd. Coupler, Weights ..........$22,995 1999 New Holland LX885, Open Cab, 2 Speed, Honey Comb Flat Free Tires, 1900 Hrs SOLD 2007 New Holland L175, New Cab, Heat, 25 Hrs, Warranty ..................................$34,500 TRACTOR New Holland TC40DA, 437 Hrs, Turf Tires, LR108 Woods Rake................................$19,995 MISCELLANEOUS 2000 New Holland TS100, Alamo Flail 48" Mower, 2WD, Cab, A/C, 1700 Hrs ............SOLD 2000 Dynapac LP852 Trench Roller, 200 Hrs ..........................................................SOLD Cat D300E Articulated Truck, 20 Yd Capacity, 7896 Hrs, Great Working Cond..........$65,000

2006 Volvo EC160BLC Excavator, Full Cab, AC/Heat, 2 buckets – 2 & 3 Feet, 295 Hrs ................................................$89,995

2008 Cat 904B, Open Cab, 180 Hrs, Brand New Condition ............$39,995

2008 Liugong 835 Wheel Loader, Full Cab, 250 Hrs, Quick Coupler, Forks................ ......................................................$89,995

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C O M PA C T I O N

2004 GENIE GS1930, SCISSOR LIFT-15-19' DC, S/N GS300465147, UNIT #509416........................................$3,800 2004 JLG 2030ES, SCISSOR LIFT-20' DC-30-34", S/N 0200122797, UNIT #519485....................................$4,130 2004 SKYJACK SJIII-3226, SCISSOR LIFT-26' DC-30-32", S/N 272214, UNIT #515905 ..................................................$5,371 2004 JLG 2646ES, SCISSOR LIFT-25-26' DC-46-68", S/N 0200122777, UNIT #516754 ..........................................$6,050 2005 SKYJACK SJIII-4632, SCISSOR LIFT-30-34' DC-46-69", S/N 711485, UNIT #541377..........................................$11,192

2004 MULTIQUIP MRH800GS, W/B ROLLER-SMOOTH-DD1500# 26", S/N M3646, UNIT #509442 ..........................$3,806 2005 WACKER RT56-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5569442, UNIT #565640 ................................................$9,201 2005 WACKER RT82-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5549433, UNIT #548636................................................$10,640 2005 IR SD45D-COMBO, R/O ROLLER-VIB-SD 5T 54” S/N 182289, UNIT #555319..................................................$23,866 2005 IR SD70D, R/O ROLLER-VIB-SD 8T 66” S/N 182142, UNIT #557622 ..............................................................$32,404

BOOM LIFTS

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1999 GENIE Z45/25-DF-4WD, ART BOOM LIFT-45-49'-4WD, S/N Z452511256, UNIT #286953..................................$17,565 1998 JLG 601S-D-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-60-64'-4WD, S/N 0300037612, UNIT#248700..........................................$19,703 2005 JLG E300AJ-NAR, ART BOOM LIFT-30-34'-2WD DC, S/N 0300087886, UNIT #581382 ........................................$21,709 2002 TEREX TB85-D-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-85-89'-4WD, S/N 2660012, UNIT #7602108 ............................................$23,731 2005 JLG E400AN-NAR, ART BOOM LIFT-40-44'-2WD DC, S/N 0300081644, UNIT #541391 ........................................$26,082 2002 GENIE S85-DF-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-85-89'-4WD, S/N S853354, UNIT #439174 ..............................................$35,897

G E N E R AT O R S 2005 MULTIQUIP DCA10SPX3, GENERATOR-10-14 KW, S/N 3763449, UNIT #584432 ................................................$5,192 2004 MULTIQUIP DCA45USIC, GENERATOR-30-39 KW, S/N 8200424, UNIT #529066 ................................................$5,764

2005 DAEWOO G25E-NM, IND FORKLIFT-5000 LB, S/N GA00397, UNIT #551736..............................................$10,795 2004 DAEWOO D35S, IND FORKLIFT-8000-9000 LB, S/N FZ00026, UNIT #513074 ..............................................$16,380 2004 GEHL RS5, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 20-34', S/N RS5JV0311221, UNIT#494403 ....................................$20,670 2005 TEREX TX55-19, RCH FORKLIFT-FXD-5000 LB 18-24', S/N TX551911553, UNIT #552263 ..............................$21,413 2003 JLG G9-43A, RCH FORKLIFT-9,000 LB 35-45', S/N 0160002173, UNIT #473963..................................$21,843 2004 GEHL RS6, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 35-39',S/N RS6JV0213064, UNIT #489226....................................$24,335 2004 LULL 644E-42, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 40-45', S/N 0160003168, UNIT #484162 ........................................$25,350 2002 LULL 844C-42, RCH FORKLIFT-8000 LB 35-45', S/N 16161, UNIT #412448 ..................................................$27,264 2004 SKYTRAK 10054, RCH FORKLIFT-10000 LB 40-55, S/N 0160004344, UNIT #508084 ........................................$47,501

540/309-1709

2005 BOBCAT S220, SKIDSTEER LOADER-1851-2200 LB, S/N 526215460, UNIT #590851 ........ .................................... $17,034

2004 DEERE 550H-LT CRAWLER DOZER, 75-84HP-STD TRACK, S/N T0550HX937358, UNIT $37,026 #512419........................$

2005 WACKER RT82-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5593138, UNIT #581593............ $10,640 ......................................$

2004 DEERE 710G BACKHOE4WD 23’ EXT, S/N T0710GX941793, UNIT #531117 $58,068 ....................................$

2004 JLG G9-43A, RCH FORKLIFT-9000 LB 35-45', S/N 0160003850, UNIT #505796 ...... $27,769 ......................................$

2005 IHI 35N MINI EXCAVATOR, 10-10.9' DEPTH, S/N WM000642, UNIT #545200 ...... $15,567 ....................................$ ©2009 RSC Equipment Rental Inc.


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San Antonio Hosts Annual AED Convention, CONDEX

Standing in front of a Hydrema 912 HM articulated truck (L-R) are Kris Binder, executive vice president; Kevin O'Donnell, national sales manager; and Jan Werner Jensen, CEO; all of Hydrema US Inc., Roswell, Ga.

The Alizma Triplets stopped by the Industrial Seats Co. booth to play for (L-R) Bill Wickert, product manager; Scott Radtke, vice president; and Paul Monfardini, president, all of United Group Inc., Lake Forest, Ill.

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he Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) held its annual convention and CONDEX in San Antonio Jan. 20 to 22. Attendees enjoyed the hospitality of the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter Hotel for accommodations, open suites for use during the event and social events. The Henry B. González Convention Center hosted CONDEX as well as a number of conferences, meetings and catered meals for attendees. Michael Marks, moderator of AED Summit 2010, was the event’s host, presiding over all the convention activities throughout the three days. In an effort to draw Congress’s attention to the economic consequences that failure to renew the federal highway program will cause for Texas as well as the rest of the United States, a rally was held on the first day of the convention. “Start Us Up USA!” was sponsored jointly by AED and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers. The rally was fol-

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Attendees of AED/CONDEX took time to see the Alamo, where Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie fought in the famous battle against Santa Anna.

Magnum Attachments, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada, representatives Tony Kaiser (L) and Robert Grisson were well prepared to answer questions about their products.

Taking time for a quick picture during a very busy CONDEX (L-R) are Bob Nelson, general manager; Nancy Frognowski, corporate administration manager; Sean Donaghy, sales manager; and Ken Taylor, president and owner, IROCK Crushers LLC, Oakwood Village, Ohio.

Hyundai Construction Equipment showed off its new line of excavators, wheel loaders and skid steers.

Towmaster Trailers, Litchfield, Minn., executives (L-R) Janelle Johnson, CFO; Dave Lundin, president; and Lennie Stulc, vice president of operations; manned the booth at CONDEX.

Bill Brenoel (L), regional sales manager and Mark Kulyk, president, Rogers Brothers Corp., Albion, Pa., take time to relax during the show.


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2001 HYDREMA 912, STK # H03353C, S/N 6532, 2500 HOURS, REAR DUMP, NEW PAINT, ARTICULATING CHASSIS, 7.3 YD BODY, CALL EAST PBE! ..................................................................$$39,000

2004 HYPAC C830C ROLLER, STK# R1939C, S/N 531030, 1146 HRS, 66" DRUM, CAB W/HEAT, CALL EAST PBE! ................$$42,000

2003 KOMATSU D155AX-5, STK# D01598C, S/N 75191, 6605 HRS, CAB, A/C, SEMI U, TRASH RACK WASTE PACKAGE, VERY GOOD U/C, RIPPER HYDRAULICS, CALL EAST PBE! ........................................RREDUCED $156,000

2002 KOMATSU D39EX-21, STK # D02949, S/N 1124, 3182 HOURS, ROPS CAB, AIR CONDITIONER, RADIO, AM/FM, LUNCH BOX HOLDER, FABRIC SUSP SEAT, TRACK ROLLER GRD, SEG, AS IS WHERE IS, CALL PINE BUSH! ........$$38,000

2007 KUBOTA KX161-3R2A, STK# E02587, 1,301 HRS, CAB, A/C, RUBBER TRACKS, DOZER BLADE, DIPPER ARM, COUNTERWEIGHT, CALL PINE BUSH! ..................................................$$32,000

2007 KOMATSU PC160LC-7EO, STK# E02951, S/N K45064, 16’11” BOOM, 8’7” ARM, 24” GROUSER, TRK FRAME U/C, P/C VALVE, 36” BKT. W/TEETH, CALL PINE BUSH! ......................................$$99,500

EXCAVATORS 1999 KOMATSU PC45R-8, STK# E03570, S/N F20263, 4388 HRS, EXCAVATOR WITH STANDARD KOMATSU BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................$$15,000 2004 KOMATSU PC50MR-2, STK# E03426, S/N 5318, EXCAVATOR WITH 55'5" ARM AND AUX., 16" ROAD LINERS, A/C, 24" TRENCHING BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................................................................$$22,000 2005 KOMATSU PC300LC-7, STK# E01997C, S/N A86958, 2661 HRS, A/C, 10'6" ARM, STD. BOOM, 33" PADS, 48" BUCKET, CALL EAST PBE! .................... $119,000 1999 KOMATSU PC60-7B, STK# E03293, S/N 56422, 2711 HOURS, 12'2" BOOM, 7'5" ARM, HYD. CONTROL, 18" RUBBER SHOES, 25.6" 10 CU. FT. W/THUMB, AUTO GREASE SYSTEM, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................................$$28,000 1999 KOMATSU PC220LC-6, STK# E02350X, 6700 HRS, 42" BUCKET, 19'2" BOOM, 11'6" ARM, CALL PINE BUSH! ......................................................RREDUCED $39,000 2006 KOMATSU PC220LC-8, STK # E02855R, S/N 70162, 2175 HOURS, 19’2” BOOM, 10’ ARM, 28” TRIPE GROUSER, NO BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ....$$99,600 2004 KOMATSU PC228USLC-3, STK# E02583X, 910 HRS, 24” & 42” BUCKETS, HYD COUPLER, MECHANICAL THUMB, AUX HYD PIPING, 18’8” BOOM, 9’6” ARM, CALL PINE BUSH!..........................................................................................$$120,000 2007 KOMATSU PC228USLC-3, STK # E03633X, S/N 40723, EXCAVATOR W/18’8” BOOM, 9’6” ARM, AND 28” TRIPLE GROUSER, CALL PINE BUSH! ............$$118,000 2007 KOMATSU PC300LC-7, STK# E01326C, S/N A86681, A/C, 2155 HRS, 33" PADS, 42" ESCO BUCKET, H.D. FRAME GUARD W/CATWALK, CALL EAST PBE! ........ ......................................................................................................RREDUCED $144,000 2005 KOMATSU PC50MR-2 STK# E02223C, S/N 6024, 2168 HRS, CAB, A/C, 5'5" ARM W/PIPING, BLADE, 24" BKT, MECH. COUPLER, CALL EAST PBE! ...................... ........................................................................................................RREDUCED $28,000

2006 KOMATSU PC400LC-7, STK# E02310C, 2161 HRS, STD BOOM, 11'1" ARM, ......................................$$219,000 31.5" TRACKS, 54" BUCKET, CALL EAST PBE! 2007 KOMATSU PC400LC-7, STK # E02859CR, S/N A87682, 2211 HOURS, STD. BOOM, 11’1” ARM, 31.5” TRACKS, NO BUCKET, KOMTRAX, CALL EAST PBE! .......... ......................................................................................................................$$235,000 2005 KOMATSU PC300LC-7, STK# E01997C, S/N A86958, 2661 HRS, A/C, 10'6" ARM, STD. BOOM, 33" PADS, 48" BKT, CALL EAST PBE! ..........RREDUCED $119,000 2007 KOMATSU PC160LC-7EO, STK # E02951, S/N K45064, 16’11” BOOM, 8’7” ARM, 24” GROUSER, TRACK FRAME U/C, PATTERN CHANGE VALVE, 36” BUCKET W/TEETH, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................................................................$$99,500 1999 KOMATSU PC200LC-6, STK # E02950, S/N 94181, CALL PINE BUSH!$46,000 2004 KOMATSU PC200LC-7L, STK # E02867, S/N A87049, 18’8” STD BOOM, 9’7” STD ARM, 27.6” TRACK, MULTIPATTERN CONTROL, 42” BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................................................................$$82,000 2002 KOMATSU PC228USLC-3, STK # E02641X, S/N 20922, 18’8” BOOM, 9’6” ARM, 42” BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................................$$50,000 2005 KOMATSU PC300LC-7, STK # E2497, S/N A86249, AIR CONDITIONING, 13’4” ARM, CALL PINE BUSH!..................................................................................$$97,500 2006 KOMATSU PC300LC-7 EO, STK # E02834, S/N A88149, 21’3” STD. BOOM, 10’6”ARM, 27.6” GROUSER, STD R/F UNDERCOVER, TRACK FRAME UNDERCOVER, MULTIPATTERN CONTROLS, CALL PINE BUSH! ................$$180,000 2007 KOMATSU PC300LC-7 EO, STK # E02856R, S/N A89104, 2465 HOURS, 21’3” BOOM, 10’5” ARM, 28” TRIPLE GROUSER, NO BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ............ ......................................................................................................................$$175,000 KOMATSU PC220LC-6, STK # E03252, S/N A80201, 8000 HOURS, EXCAVATOR, CALL PINE BUSH!............................................................................................$$48,000 2007 KOMATSU PC200LC-8, STK# E03494, S/N A88378, 18’8” BOOM, 9’7” ARM, 800 MM TPL GROUSER, MULTI PATTERN CTRL., 42” BKT, CALL PINE BUSH! ..PPOR

2005 KOMATSU PC228USLC-3, STK # E03227X, S/N 31510, 18’8” BOOM, 9’6” ARM, 24” 3-GROUSERS, CALL PINE BUSH! ..................................................$$89,500 2005 KUBOTA KX161-3R2AS, STK # E03443X, S/N 30031, EXCAVATOR WITH CAB/ HEAT/ AC, 24” BUCKET, THUMB AND RUBBER TRACKS, CALL EAST PBE! $33,000 2006 KUBOTA KX161-3, STK # E03632X, S/N 32152, EXCAVATOR W/RUBBER TRACKS, CAB, A/C, ANGLE DOZER BLADE, 24” TRENCH BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................................................................$$36,000 DUMP TRAILER 1996 EZ DUMPER, EZ610DX, STK # T03324, CALL PINE BUSH!....................$$3,500 ROLLER 2007 BOMAG BW177D-40, STK# R2423C, 3 HOURS, 66” DRUM, ROPS-FOPS CALL EAST PBE! ............................................................................................ $75,000 CRAWLER DOZERS 2003 CASE 580K, STK # D03631X, S/N CAL004128, DOZER WITH FULL CAB, A/C & A 6-WAY BLADE, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................................................$$49,900 2003 CASE 850K, STK # D03536, S/N JJG0296716, NARROW GAUGE DOZER, 104” BLADE, CAB W/HEAT, A/C, CAB REAR SCREEN, CALL PINE BUSH! ....$$60,000 2005 KOMATSU D41E-6C, STK# D03228X, STEEL ROPS CAB, A/C, FABRIC SHEET, CALL PINE BUSH!............................................................................................$$69,500 2003 KOMATSU D155AX-5, STK# D01598C, 6605 HRS, CAB, A/C, SEMI U, TRASH RACK WASTE PACKAGE, VERY GOOD UNDERCARRIAGE, CALL EAST PBE! .............. ......................................................................................................RREDUCED $156,000 2002 KOMATSU D39EX-21, STK # D02949, S/N 1124, 3182 HOURS, ROPS CAB, AIR CONDITIONER, RADIO, AM/FM, LUNCH BOX HOLDER, FABRIC SUSP SEAT, TRACK ROLLER GRD, SEG, AS IS WHERE IS, CALL PINE BUSH! ................$$38,000 1998 DRESSER TD-8H, STK # D02341X, S/N P036226, 2796 HOURS, 17” SHOES, OPEN ROPS, 6 WAY BLADE, GOOD CONDITION, CALL PINE BUSH! ............$$29,000

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Causeway Project Ranks Among Largest in South Jersey used many pieces of equipment, all company owned. Its water fleet included Flexi-float modular barges, multiple built in 1933 and now subject to stresses caused by increaspush boats, and workboats. es in vehicular, marine and recreational traffic not foreseen at Also at work on the project were two Manitowoc 4100 that time. Inspections found severe deterioration, cracking, cranes (a ringer and a crawler), as well as a pair of and chipping decks, and in addition waves made the bridges Manitowoc 777, a 14000, and two 2250 crawler cranes, impassable by washing over them during stormy periods. along with two Link-Belt 218 crawler cranes. In addition, George Harms Construction Company Inc. (GHCCI), one apiece Link-Belt 8025, Grove 870 and Grove 865 rubbased in Farmingdale, N.J., was awarded the $141 million ber-tire cranes also were in use. Contract A1 in June 2006 and began construction in August Concrete work was handled by Putzmeister concrete that year, substantially completing its work in July 2009, pumps, Bidwell deck finishing machines, and a Bauer BG about six months ahead of schedule. 40 drill rig with VCC attachment. Pile driving and sheeting Approximately $70 million toward the cost of the project installation was carried out by Pileco diesel hammers and will come from the federal American Recovery and ICE vibratory hammers. Reinvestment Act (ARRA). Earthwork involved NJDOT is using $469 milCaterpillar and Komatsu lion from this source to excavators, dozers, and offcover the cost of more than highway dumps, along with 40 road and bridge projects, Caterpillar loaders, John including this causeway. The Deere dozers, and Mack trioriginal plan had been to axle trucks. Demolition was finance the job via bonds, carried out with La Bounty but the ARRA contribution processor attachments, Atlas means not only will the state Copco hammer attachments, save millions of dollars in and a Metso concrete crushinterest that would have er. Caterpillar and Blawbeen due on such bonds, but Knox pavers, and Caterpillar also funds that would have rollers handled paving, while otherwise been used to pay Deck construction is shown under way on Route 52 Cast-in-place deck construction begins on Route 52 miscellaneous equipment for this project can now pay northbound using High Performance Concrete. working on the job included northbound, looking west toward Somers Point, N.J. for others in the four-county Kenworth, Peterbilt, and region Mack tractors, Talbert low“The entire project — boy trailers and Elk River Contract A1 and Contract B steerable beam trailers, — involves reconstruction Ingersoll Rand and of Route 52 between Somers Caterpillar generators, and Point and Ocean City, N.J., Ingersoll Rand compressors. for approximately 2.8 miles. At the height of the projIt reconstructs Route 52 and ect, there were approximateeliminates a traffic circle in ly 100 employees working Somers Point and reconon site, with full project supstructs the causeway through port from the main office. Ocean City,” said GHCCI’s GHCCI self performs the spokesman. “The existing major operations in its concauseway consisted of multi- Route 52 southbound and the Rainbow Bridge are tracts in an effort to keep an ple structures. At both ends shown here completed. Both the Rainbow Bridge West bulkhead sheeting is installed along the future edge in this highly competiof the causeway there are southbound and Elbow Bridge southbound have a 10- Access Driveway on Rainbow Island. Once completed, tive industry, but does work two bascule bridges over ft. (3 m) wide pedestrian sidewalk with multiple fish- recreational access will be provided to the bay at dif- closely with many subconferent points along the bulkhead. navigable channels, includ- ing bump outs. tractors throughout the state ing the Intercoastal on all of its projects. During Waterway. In between the two drawbridges there were two precast concrete materials. Dredging was performed in the Contract A1, GHCCI subcontracted with LC Equipment for low level bridges spanning between barrier islands and over channel at the bulkhead area for the large ocean-going sup- construction highway signage, J. Fletcher Creamer & Sons the bay.” ply barges and heavy equipment barges.” for guiderail installation, Petric & Associates for specialty “The scope of Contract A1 included constructing project The new span construction carried out by George Harms coatings and painting, Aspen Landscaping for landscaping, access throughout the barrier islands for both contracts, Construction included installation of 24-in. and 30-in. (61 Delta Line Construction for all electrical work, Berto replacing the two low level bridges in two stages — north- and 76.2 cm) prestressed concrete piles, cast-in-place piers Construction for concrete sidewalk and curbing construcbound and southbound, with the new 800 ft. long Elbow with HPC concrete, and installation of prestressed concrete tion, Traffic Lines Inc. for pavement striping and markings, Bridge and 3,000 ft. long Rainbow Bridge — reconstruction beams spanning 140 ft. (42.7 m) in length. The concrete GZA Inc. for geotechnical instrumentation and monitoring, of Rainbow Island, which included construction of the west bridge decks, parapets, and barriers were all HPC concrete GRL Engineers Inc. for pile driving instrumentation, Atlantic bulkhead area, and public access driveways on the Island,” and constructed by the company, which also did extensive Concrete Cutting for saw cut deck grooving, and Dagnall the spokesman continued. work in stabilizing the existing soils on Rainbow Island for Diving for on-call diving services. Work on Rainbow Island also included construction of a the new causeway, installing vibro concrete columns While there were no real or unforeseen problems, a host permanent precast concrete retaining wall system, which ele- (VCCs) to support the new roadway on top of the existing of external considerations had to be reviewed and properly vated the permanent road grade above the tidal water levels unsuitable subsurface materials. managed. These included environmental restrictions, local that frequently flooded the area for years. Based on the size and complexity of the project, GHCCI see CAUSEWAY page 22 CAUSEWAY from page 1

In addition, the company constructed temporary approach ramps onto the new causeway bridges, which will remain active as Contract B continues. Once the northbound spans were completed, they demolished the existing low level structures in their entirety to complete the southbound spans. The temporary access work included installation of temporary MSE walls and embankment fill material to raise the existing grade above the wetlands and high tide levels. “These access areas were staged throughout the project and designed to support construction activities through the project’s duration,” the spokesman said. “GHCCI also constructed a loading and unloading bulkhead adjacent to the Intercoastal Waterway for barge access of equipment and


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EXCAVATORS Compact w/ rubber tracks 2006 Kobelco 13SR, 637 hrs, ROPS, QC....................$14,900 2006 Kubota U25, 557 hrs, ROPS, QC ........................$21,900 2006 Kubota U35, 414 hrs, Cab w/heat, QC ................$31,500 2004 Kobelco SK35, 1077 hrs, Cab w/heat, QC..........$20,900 2007 Kubota KX161, 721 hrs, Cab w/heat, QC............$41,700 Mid Size w/rubber tracks, cab, heat, A/C 2004 Kobelco 80CS, 1,295 hrs, Center Swing ............$39,000 2005 Kobelco 80CS, 876 hrs, Center Swing ..............$49,000 2006 Kubota KX080, 721 hrs, Center Swing ..............$68,000 Full Size w/ Cab, heat, A/C; plumbed to end of stick; pattern control changer & metal tracks 2002 Kobelco 200SR, 1,577 hrs, 42" HD bkt ..............$49,000 2005 Kobelco 135SR, 829 hrs, 36” HD bkt ................$69,000 2005 Kobelco SK210, 514 hrs, 42” HD bkt ................$99,000 2006 Kobelco 235SR, 2097 hrs, 42” HD bkt ............$105,000 2005 Kobelco SK330, 2126 hrs, 54” HD bkt ............$129,000 2006 Kobelco SK290, 831 hrs, 48” HD bkt ..............$179,000

BACKHOES & 4WD TRACTORS 2006 Kubota B21, 580 hrs, 4WD, TLB w/QC ..............$17,900 2008 Kubota B26, 385 hrs, 4WD, TLB w/QC ..............$22,900 2002 Komatsu WB140, 3,473 hrs, cab, 4x4, ext, QC..$22,900 2007 Deere 310J, 515 hrs, cab, 4x4, ext hoe ..............$59,000 2007 Deere 310SG, 660 hrs, cab, 4x4, ext hoe ..........$64,700

COMPACT, SKID STEER & 4WD LOADERS 2006 Gehl 4840E, 274 hrs, Cab w/heat ......................$22,000 2006 Gehl CTL60, 520 hrs, 2300 lb lift........................$23,000 2006 Gehl 5640E, 333 hrs, Cab w/heat ......................$24,000 2005 Gehl CTL70, 779 hrs, 2,976 lb. lift......................$25,000 2007 Kubota R520, 347 hrs, 1 cu yds, skidsteer QC ..$37,900 2005 Kawasaki 65ZV, 720 hrs, 2.3 cu yds w/JRB QC.............. ........................................................................................$79,000 1978 Deere 544B, 9133 hrs, Cab w/heat, new engine $15,000 2004 Kawasaki 70ZV, 915 hrs, 3.25 cu yds w/ JRB QC .......... ........................................................................................$99,000 2007 Kawasaki 80ZV, 344 hrs, 4.2 cu yds, JRB QC..$145,000

CRAWLER DOZERS 1988 Komatsu D31P, 6,928 hrs, U/C 75%, runs good$15,000 1999 Deere 450H, 3,874 hrs, LT, ROPS, 14" tracks ....$35,000 2005 Deere 450J, 1,129 hrs, LGP, ROPS, 24" tracks ..$49,000 2006 Deere 550J, 1,344 hrs, LGP, ROPS, 24" tracks ....$72,000 2008 Deere 650J, 753 hrs, LGP, cab, 24” tracks ......$105,000

COMPACTION & MISCELLANEOUS 2006 Kubota RTV900, 555 hrs, 4WD, diesel RTV, camo paint ..........................................................................................$8,900 2007 Kubota RTV900, 691 hrs, 4WD, diesel RTV ......$10,300 2005 Beuthling B325, 314 hrs, 5 ton, static................$11,750 2006 Vibromax 1500M, 188 hrs, 24” trench roller........$9,995 2004 Vibromax VM46, 290 hrs, 5 ton, dirt..................$24,000 2005 Vibromax VM66, 401 hrs, 7 ton, dirt..................$34,000 2006 Vibromax VM115D, 274 hrs, 12 ton, dirt ..........$44,000 2003 Lull 944E, 632 hrs, 9000 lbs, lift ........................$49,000


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1999 Mantis 14010, Stk# 5670, Block, 2005 Link-Belt HTC8675LB, Stk# 5470, 2000 National 1395, Stk# 5104, 30 Ton, Ball, Aux Winch, 36” Pads, Hyd 127’+67’, Aux Winch, 5700 Hrs, 16,000 95’+48’, Deluxe Cab, 18’ Steel Bed, Mack $429,000 C A L L Miles..........................................$ Expandable Tracks, 54’ 3-Sect Boom ........ RD690S ................................................C $259,000 ..................................................$ Compaction Equipment - Smooth Drum

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Raygo 304, s/n 35A202JN, Stk# 4724, 2293 Hrs ....................................................$6,500 OBO

2009 Link-Belt 218HSL, Stk# 5265, 180’+45’, 15T Swvl Hkball, 80T 4-Shv Hkblock, A&B Upr & Side Fr Ctwt ....................................................................................................................CALL 2008 Link-Belt 298HSL, Stk# 4975, 270’ Boom, 90’ Jib, 40T 1-SHV HKBLK, 165T 5-SHV HKBLK ................................................................................................................................CALL 2009 Link Belt LS108H5, Stk# 5401, 100’ Boom, 8.5T SWVL HKBALL, 40T 4-SHV HKBLK, Boom Folding Equip ............................................................................................................CALL 1999 Link Belt LS-248H II, s/n H319-2579, Stk# 381, 8241 Hrs, 50’ Tube Boom, 10’/20’/30’/40’ Tube Boom Exts, 30’ 2-Pc Tube Jib, 10’/20’ Jib Exts............................$850,000 2002 Link-Belt LS308HII, Stk# 5218, 120’ Boom, Pile Driver Attach, 20T Swvl Hkball, 20T 1Shv Q/R Hkblk, Fairlead avail for add’l $10K ................................................................$699,500 2007 Link-Belt TCC450, Stk# 4460, 8.5T Swvl Hkball, 40T 4-Shv Q/R Hkblk, Aux Lifting Sheave, Aux Winch Drum ............................................................................................$449,000 2010 Link-Belt TCC750, Stk# 5699, ETA April, 35-58’ Offset Fly, 8.5T Swvl Hkball, 60T 4-Shv Q/R Hkblk, Aux Lifting Sheave ............................................................................................CALL 1999 Mantis 14010, Stk# 5670, 45T 3-Shv Blk, 12T Ball, Aux Winch, 36” Pads, Hyd Expandable Tracks, Aux Sheave, Matched Winches Special From Mantis (Aux Same & Main), 111’ Boom is also available for an extra charge of $75,000 ....................Crane Price $259,000

Cranes - All Terrain / Hydraulic 2009 Link-Belt ATC 3200, Stk# 5435..................................................................................CALL 2008 Link-Belt HTC-8660 II, s/n L8J8-0471, Stk# 4931, 60 Tons, 28.5-51’ Offset Fly, 8.5T Swvl Hkball, Aux Lifting Sheave, 15100 Lb Ctwt Removal, A/C & Heat Lower....................CALL 2008 Link Belt HTT8675 II, s/n P9J8-0546, Stk# 4964, 75 Tons, Heat & A/C Lwr, 18400 CTWT, 2 Winches w/2-Spd, Aux Lift Sheave, 40T 4-Shv Q/R Hkblk....................................CALL 1992 Link Belt HSP8050, Stk# 5720, 110’+33’, LMI, Block Only, Rear Steer Ind, 11,050 Ctwt ......................................................................................................................................$109,500

Cranes - Boom Truck 1988 JLG 1250, Stk# 5161, 12.50 Tons, 3567 Hrs, 240 hp, 66.75’ Boom, Sgl Stage Jib, A2B, Steel Bed, Tool Boxes, Int’l 2574, Cummins, TM8LL Trans ............................................$26,900 2005 Manitex 26101C, Stk# 5353, 26 Tons, 3362 Hrs, 101’+29’, Oil Cooler, Roofer’s Pkg, Front Stabilizer, 2005 Sterling LT7501, CAT 300HP Diesel, 9-Spd Trans......................$115,000 2000 National 1395, Stk# 5104, 95’+48’, Deluxe Cab w/Heat, 18’ Steel Bed, Glide Swing, Mack RD690S ..............................................................................................................$139,900 2008 National 8100D, s/n 295172, Stk# 4805, 330 hp, Rear Mount, 29’6"-100’ 4-Sect Boom, 16" SD Wood Bed, Air Shift PTO, Sterling LT8513........................................................$189,500 2009 National 995H, Stk# 5260, SFO, 20’ S/D Wood Bed, Steel Basket, 2&3-Part Line Blk, Rr Bm Carry Rack, Freightliner Chassis ..................................................................................CALL 2008 National 14127A, Stk# 4885, RM, 30’ Boom Ext, Hour Meter, 2 & 3-Part Line Blk, O/R Controls Box ........................................................................................................................CALL 2009 National 18142, Stk# 5243, RM, Hour Meter, Winch Drum Rot Ind, 1290 lb Rotat Ctwt, Western Star 4900FA ..........................................................................................................CALL 2007 Tadano TM1052, s/n 655845, Stk# 4306, 10 Tons, 215 hp, 60’ Tip Height, Non-CDL, GMC TopKick, Duramax Diesel, Out & Down Outriggers ................................................$99,900 2007 Tadano TM1052, Stk# 4249, 10 Tons, Non-CDL Chassis, 52’ Boom, Radio Remote, New 2004 Sterling Acterra......................................................................................................$79,900 2006 Tadano TM1882, Stk# 3794, Operator Lever Protection Rail, 2006 Sterling LT9513 ........ ......................................................................................................................................$169,500

2005 Manitex 26101C, Stk# 5353, 26 Tons, 3362 Hrs, 101’+29’, Oil Cooler, Roofer’s Pkg, Front Stabilizer, 2005 Sterling LT7501, CAT $119,000 300HP Diesel, 9-Spd Trans.............$

2008 Link Belt RTC-8090 II, 2 Winches w/2-Spd, 35-58’ Offset Fly, 8.5T Hkball w/Swvl, 60T 4Shv Q/R Hkblk ..................................................................................................................CALL 2008 Terex RT230-1, s/n 15200, Stk# 4581, 26-43’ Offset Jib, 7T Overhaul Ball, 30T 4-Shv Hkblk, Subheater Assy Kit, 5/8 x 450 Cable Assy ........................................................$259,500

Excavators - Crawler 2006 Case CX130, Stk# 5232, 972 Hrs, 36" Dig Bkt, 60" Ditch Bkt, A/C, Aux Hydraulics..$79,000 2002 Deere 270C LC, Stk# 5319, 7842 Hrs, Quick Coupler & Bkt ................................$58,000 2003 Volvo EC140B LC, s/n 10136, Stk# 4620, 4220 Hrs, Dig Bkt ..............................$43,000 2006 Volvo EC160B LC, s/n 11263, Stk# 5032, 1110 Hrs, Dig Bkt ..............................$89,900

Excavator - Mini (up to 12,000 lbs) 2006 Volvo EC55BPRO, s/n 35240, Stk# 5199, 1225 Hrs ............................................$49,500

Excavators - Wheel 1997 Komatsu PW170, s/n 20428, Stk# 4558, 7525 Hrs, Dig Bkt, Tilt Ditch Bkt, QC ..$39,500

Lift - Boom 2001 Terex TB60, s/n 01630125, Stk# 4983, 3324 Hrs ................................................$25,000

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1975 Grove RT65S, Stk# 5454, 35 Ton, 104'+ 32', Swivel Ball, Cummins V555 ..........$44,500 2008 LInk Belt RTC-8030 II, Stk# 4778, Rear Seer Ind, 8.5T Swvl Hkball, 30T 3-Shv Q/R Hkblk 25' Fixed Jib ......................................................................................................$259,500 2008 Link Belt RTC8050 II, Stk# 4822, Aux Lift Sheave, 40T 4-SHV Q/R HKBLK, 2 Winches w/2-Spd, 8.5T SWVL HKBALL ......................................................................................$339,500 2009 Link Belt RTC8050 II, Stk# 5214, Aux Lift Sheave, 40T 4-SHV Q/R HKBLK, 2 Winches w/2-Spd, 8.5T SWVL HKBALL ............................................................................................CALL 2009 Link Belt RTC-8050 II, s/n J6J9-0996, Stk# 5188, 50 Tons, 1 Winch, A/C & Heat Upper, Rear Steer Indicator, 8.5T Hkball w/Swivel, 40T 4-Shv Q/R Hkblk................................$359,500 2006 Link Belt RTC8065, Stk# 5560, 2 Winches, 35-58’ Offset Fly, Aux Lifting Sheave, 8.5T Swvl Hkball, 40T 4-Shv Q/R Hkblk................................................................................$329,500 2008 Link Belt RTC-8065 II, Stk# 4747, 40T 4-Shv Q/R Hkblk, 35-58' Offset Fly, 2 Winches w/2-Spd ........................................................................................................................$399,500

1988 Case 580K, Stk# 5062, 5381 Hrs..........................................................................$15,500 1996 Case 580L, Stk# 4901, 3934 Hrs, 4x4, Extendahoe, Cab, Wain-Roy Swinger ......$24,900 2004 Volvo BL60, Stk# 5043, 24" Bkt w/Teeth, 1030 lb CtWt, 92.5" 1.3 Yd3 Bkt ..........$49,900

Skid Steers 2008 ASV PT100, Stk# 4946, 72" Bucket, 48" Forks, 150 Hrs ......................................$62,500 2005 ASV RC100, s/n RSD01091, Stk# 5315, 1540 Hrs ..............................................$35,000 2007 Case 440CT, Stk# 5617, 800 Hrs, Hyd QC, Heated Cab, A/C, Hi Flow/Low Flow, 2 New Final Drives ....................................................................................................................$29,900

Wheel Loaders 2006 Volvo L20B, s/n 1701475, Stk# 5207, 480 Hrs, Bkt ............................................$46,900 2008 Volvo L70F, Stk# 5332, 104" Bucket ..................................................................$179,000


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I CRAWLER DOZERS JOHN DEERE 1050C, 2005, Stk# 0101538908, AVERAGE CONDITION, 2550 HRS.......................................$196,000 JOHN DEERE 450J, 2006, Stk# 0101568199, GOOD CONDITION, 1296 HRS ..................................................$48,000 JOHN DEERE 450J, 2007, Stk# 0101623916, GOOD CONDITION, 1583 HRS ..................................................$66,000 JOHN DEERE 550H, 2003, Stk# 0101923465A1, AVERAGE CONDITION, 4901 HRS......................................$55,000 JOHN DEERE 650J, 2007, Stk# 0101620598, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 652 HRS.........................................$82,500

I FORKLIFTS GENIE GES-45, 2007, Stk# 01016752D GOOD CONDITION, 767 HRS................................................................$63,745 GENIE GE45/25, 2007, Stk# 01016752C VERY GOOD CONDITION, 489 HRS...................................................$54,425 GENIE GS-2668, 2007, Stk# 01016752A VERY GOOD CONDITION, 437 HRS..................................................$29,950 GENIE GS-2668, 2007, Stk# 01016752B VERY GOOD CONDITION, 358 HRS..................................................$29,950 GENIE GS1930, 2007, Stk# 010117973 GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS.......................................................................$6,500 GENIE GS1930, 2007, Stk# 010117965 VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS...........................................................$6,500 GENIE GS1930, 2007, Stk# 010134059 VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS...........................................................$6,500 INGERSOLL RAND VR1056C, 2007, Stk# 01016592 VERY GOOD CONDITION, 437 HRS..........................$140,000 INGERSOLL RAND 642C, 2006, Stk# 01016715A GOOD CONDITION, 1160 HRS........................................$140,000

I HAMMER / BREAKERS INDECO HAMMERS IHC130, 2005, Stk# 01016702G, GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS..........................................$10,500 INDECO HAMMERS 10000#, 2002, Stk# 01010000183, GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS......................................$55,000 INDECO HAMMERS 1100#, 2007, Stk# 01016742C, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS.................................$19,250 INDECO HAMMERS 12000#, 2003, Stk# 0101002084, GOOD CONDITION, 0 HRS........................................$75,500 INDECO HAMMERS 1750#, 2002, Stk# 01010000264, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS...............................$5,000 INDECO HAMMERS 2000#, 2002, Stk# 01010001841, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS ............................$21,500 INDECO HAMMERS 2000#, 2004, Stk# 01010002098, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 44 HRS..........................$15,500 INDECO HAMMERS 3000#, 2003, Stk# 0101000983, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 38 HRS...............................$7,500 INDECO HAMMERS 5000#, 2005, Stk# 010100003743, GOOD CONDITION, 5 HRS......................................$40,500 INDECO HAMMERS 6000#, 2004, Stk# 01010000283, GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS........................................$18,000 INDECO HAMMERS 7500#, 2003, Stk# 01010001425, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 4 HRS ............................$45,000 INDECO HAMMERS 8000#, 2005, Stk# 01016702F, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 0 HRS..................................$54,500 INDECO HAMMERS 8000#, 2007, Stk# 01016747A, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 54 HRS ..............................$94,500 INDECO HAMMERS 8000#, 2007, Stk# 01016747B, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 0 HRS.................................$94,500

JOHN DEERE 750C, 2005, Stk# 0101529966, GOOD CONDITION, 2450 HRS ...............................................$122,000 JOHN DEERE 850C, 2002, Stk# 0101463364, AVERAGE CONDITION, 4853 HRS...........................................$75,000

I TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOE

JOHN DEERE 850C, 2003, Stk# 0101476699, AVERAGE CONDITION, 4620 HRS...........................................$90,000

JOHN DEERE 110TLB, 2006, Stk# 0101038876, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 543 HRS....................................$30,000

JOHN DEERE 850C, 2004, Stk# 0101509304, AVERAGE CONDITION, 3452 HRS.........................................$145,000

I WHEEL LOADERS

JOHN DEERE 750C, 2004, Stk# 0101933757A1, GOOD CONDITION, 2862 HRS ..........................................$145,000

JOHN DEERE 850C, 2005, Stk# 0101528588, GOOD CONDITION, 2260 HRS ...............................................$130,000 JOHN DEERE 850C, 2005, Stk# 0101528587, AVERAGE CONDITION, 4133 HRS.........................................$130,000 JOHN DEERE 850J, 2006, Stk# 0101564176, GOOD CONDITION, 2523 HRS................................................$180,000

I DEMOLITION TOOLS GENESIS EQUIP LXP200, 2008, Stk# 01016647, GOOD CONDITION, 39 HRS.................................................$73,500 GENESIS EQUIP LXP300, 2007, Stk# 01016602, GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS.................................................$191,500 GENESIS EQUIP LXP400, 2007, Stk# 01016606C, GOOD CONDITION, 1 HRS..............................................$217,000

2006 John Deere 310SG Backhoe Loader – Cab with A/C, Multi-Purpose Bucket, S/N# 960661, 1800 Hours $46,000

I SKID STEERS JOHN DEERE 270, 2004, Stk# 0101934514A1, GOOD CONDITION, 746 HRS..................................................$22,000 JOHN DEERE 315, 2008, Stk# 0101093401, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 112 HRS...........................................$21,000 JOHN DEERE 332, 2005, Stk# 0101430440, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 741 HRS...........................................$36,000 JOHN DEERE 332, 2007, Stk# 0101066751, VERY GOOD CONDITION, 695 HRS...........................................$33,500

JOHN DEERE 650J, 2007, Stk# 0101634089, EXCELLENT CONDITION, 358 HRS..........................................$85,000

2004 Ingersoll Rand DD-90HF Roller – 1694 Hours, Good Condition, Stk# 176986A1 Asking $39,900

JOHN DEERE 544J, 2007, Stk# 0101613360, GOOD CONDITION, 1304 HRS................................................$130,000 JOHN DEERE 544J, 2007, Stk# 0101623853, GOOD CONDITION, 1628 HRS................................................$118,000 JOHN DEERE 544J, 2006, Stk# 0101602664A1, GOOD CONDITION, 3129 HRS .............................................$88,500 JOHN DEERE 644J, 2006, Stk# 0101576214, GOOD CONDITION, 3464 HRS................................................$129,000 JOHN DEERE 644J, 2006, Stk# 0101591669, EXCELLENT CONDITION, 1613 HRS......................................$165,000 JOHN DEERE 744J, 2004, Stk# 0101593622A1, AVERAGE CONDITION, 6722 HRS ....................................$125,000 JOHN DEERE 744J, 2007, Stk# 0101631888, EXCELLENT CONDITION, 1165 HRS....................................$285,000 JOHN DEERE 824J, 2003, Stk# 0101586898A1, AVERAGE CONDITION, 8931 HRS ....................................$115,000

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2006 John Deere 310SG Backhoe Loader – Cab with A/C, Side Dump Bucket, S/N# 960634, 2000 Hours $49,000


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AEM Leader Urges U.S. Senate to Invest in Infrastructure Speaking at a press conference following an invitation-only meeting of key U.S. senators, Dennis Slater, president of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), forcibly relayed the direct connection between infrastructure investment and job creation for the construction industry and entire manufacturing sector. The meeting and conference were held to highlight the importance of infrastructure investment to putting Americans back to work. Slater was selected to attend as the sole representative of the manufacturing sector, in recognition of AEM’s leadership role in support of critical infrastructure investment and the Start Us Up USA campaign, which advocates timely passage of multi-year transportation legislation. AEM also is active in advocating for adequate water infrastructure investment.

“The single best way to bring back hundreds of thousands of good-paying, sustainable manufacturing jobs in the U.S. is to pass major longterm investments in our critical national infrastructure,” Slater noted. Senators at the meeting are working on a new “jobs creation” package of legislation, and they recognize that a central piece of that effort will be rebuilding America’s infrastructure to create jobs, grow the economy and maintain and improve our nation’s safety, environment and international competitiveness, Slater noted. The meeting in the U.S. Senate was cochaired by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV); Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), chair of the Senate Democratic Steering and Outreach Committee; and Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), chair of the Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee.

In addition, 19 Senators attended, including — in addition to Reid, Stabenow and Murray — Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA), chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, which has jurisdiction over the federal surface transportation and water infrastructure programs. Also attending were leaders of business and labor organizations, local and state government officials, and representatives of the rural, education and minority business communities. At the press conference, Slater spoke alongside Senators Boxer and Bob Casey (D-PA) and two representatives of national labor organizations. Slater stated, “What we heard today was not only a commitment to a near-term jobs creation package, but a commitment from Senator Boxer to write a multi-year highway bill this year, and

to start that process in March. We fully support this commitment and look forward to working with Senator Boxer and her colleagues as they write this critical legislation.” He added, “We know many thorny policy issues have to be resolved before the House and Senate can come to agreement on a new multiyear highway bill, and that in the meantime — right now — Congress needs to pass some measures that can help to create jobs for Americans in the nearer term. We respect and support this. But as soon as that work is done, we hope that our lawmakers will turn to our nation’s long-term infrastructure investment needs. We must have a multi-year funding commitment to provide market certainty, so planners can plan, and business can invest. This is how the private sector creates jobs.”

A Hard Number Look at the Need for Infrastructure Investment Dennis Slater, president of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers recently spoke before a meeting of senators about the state of the construction industry. He had the following to report: • 1.25 million. That’s how many jobs the construction equipment industry supported in 2008. • 550,000. That’s how many jobs the construction equipment industry has lost in this recession. • 50 percent. That’s how much employment in the construction equipment manufacturing sector alone has

declined since 2006. • 22,000 deaths annually are related to deficient roadway conditions. • Commuters in major urban areas waste 4.2 billion hours every year stuck in traffic — costing another $87 billion to the economy in lost productivity and wasted fuel. • At least 33 percent of our nation’s major roads are in poor or mediocre condition and 26 percent of bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete. • $225 billion. According to the Surface Transportation

Policy and Revenue Study Commission, the U.S. needs to spend $225 billion annually for the next 50 years to upgrade our surface transportation system. We are spending less than 40 percent of this amount today. • $350. That’s how much wealth is returned to the economy for every $100 invested in infrastructure, according to a University of Maryland study. • 35,000. According to the Department of Labor, 35,000 jobs are created for every $1 billion spent on infrastructure.

Second Phase of Route 52 Job Slated for Late 2012 Finish CAUSEWAY from page 18

traffic, tourism concerns, weather and working conditions. Because the area is environmentally sensitive, there were construction and timing restrictions in the construction contract. “Examples include pile driving restrictions in one area between April 1 and August 15 every season for an existing heron rookery located on the south end of the project. In addition, every season various water operations, including sheeting and piles, were restricted between April 1 and June 30 for fish migration and dredging was restricted December 1 through May 31,” the company spokesman noted. “These requirements were in strict conformance with project permits issued by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection, and these permit restrictions are typical for projects involving New Jersey waterways as a means of minimizing disturbances, protecting wildlife, fisheries, and shellfish beds. Missing

any of these windows could be a serious setback to the completion schedule of the contract.” Somers Point and Ocean City are major summer resort areas for southern and southwest New Jersey, Philadelphia and eastern Pennsylvania and local economies rely on the tourism season very heavily as a major source of income. NJDOT classifies Route 52 as a major highway, with an average of 40,000 drivers using the causeway daily during the summer months when the local population increases tenfold. The Department worked closely with the community and state officials to ensure the new construction enhances the historic and scenic aspects of both towns as well as preserving tidal wetlands and the marine environment. Thus among alternative plans, rejected in part because of their major impact on the environment, were building higher bridges, rehabilitating the current causeway, or constructing a cut and cover tunnel.

Appreciating the towns’ concerns, GHCCI continued to work closely with local officials and police departments to minimize traffic and construction impacts in an effort to accommodate them as much as possible. “The project is located just southwest of Great Egg Harbor Inlet and extends over the open bay, making the winter months very challenging, specifically due to the constant exposure of high winds. Even during normal weather patterns inland, the prevailing winter winds at the shore combined with frigid temperatures could impact crane and water operations just about every day,” the GHCCI spokesman said. “In addition, the barging of all major precast concrete products, such as the beams, piles, and deck planks shipped from the precaster, Bayshore Concrete in Cape Charles Va., could easily be impacted by weather. Barge loads had to be designed and loaded properly to withstand the varying

and sometimes unpredictable sea conditions year round. Even then, there were loads that were held up from shipping until the high seas subsided.” “All of these considerations were a challenge, and all had a major role in the most challenging aspect of the project, which was the schedule. It was a very aggressive completion schedule. GHCCI had to stay absolutely focused on their various milestones and restrictions to ensure our successful completion, which was ultimately accomplished ahead of schedule,” he concluded. George Harms Construction Company Inc. complex construction projects include deep foundation work, intense traffic staging, and erecting heavy structural components. The company currently is working on the NJDOT Routes 1 and 9T project in Jersey City, N.J., a $200 million job involving similar complex work, but also including the added challenges of working over NJ Transit’s Main

Line rail tracks, Conrail’s freight tracks, and in a heavily congested urban area. Simultaneously, the company is working on the NJ Transit MOS-3 contract, an extension of the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail System. This $58 million design-build project in Bayonne, N.J., involves constructing a new viaduct extension and commuter rail station on the Light Rail system. Other notable projects in recent years include the NJDOT Route 35 Victory Bridge, New Jersey’s first precast concrete segmental bridge over the Raritan River, a project valued at $115 million. Route 52 Contract B is now under way and will complete the remaining bridges and tie all the new structures together. The completion date for the entire project is December 2012. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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

724/947-2235 Day/Night Fax 724/947-3820 Call Andy Miller Established 1928 Our Greatest Assets .. Our Employees WHEEL LOADERS

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Komatsu WA180-1, 1996, EROPS, Quick Coupler, Exc. Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,500 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 . . . . . .$100,000 Cat 936E, 1989, EROPS, 2.75 cy GP bkt, clean . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$59,000 New Holland LS170 Skid Steer, 2004, 300 hrs . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,000 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick coupler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000

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

COMPACTORS IR DD22, 1993, 39" double steel, vibratory, Deutz dsl, water spray, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$18,500 IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,500 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . .$49,500 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 Cat 825B, 1975, cab, S-blade, 50% front, 20% rear tires, good runner, can go to work . . . . . . . . .$52,500 Cat 825C, 1988, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, rear 80%, front 60%, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Galion S4-6B, Deutz dsl, hydrostatic, 42” drums, transport wheels, water spray . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,800 Hypac C747B, 2001, articulated, vibratory, 47” drums, water spray, Deutz 2 cyl, 5500#, good condition . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 Hypac C850B, 1999, ROPS w/cab, 84” smooth drum, drive, Cummins, 18-26 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$47,500 Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP gas engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever & remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 to $10,000 (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 (2) Champion Superpac A421 . . . . . . . . . .$11,500

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

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

SPECIALS TRUCKS & TRAILERS Vermeer 5800 Trencher, 1997, 4 cyl dsl eng .$17,500 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . . . . .. (12) IR L6-4MH Light Plants, 1992-1995, all . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IAmerican Augers 16" Boring Machine, 10 HP gas, CRUSHING & CONVEYING 35,000# thrust, 30' track . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7,500 Power Screen, Mark II, 1987, Port. Screening Plant, BACKHOES Double Deck, 24'x40' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$36,000 Cat 416C IT, 2000, 4x4, OROPS, Quick Coupler, GP Viper 301 Portable Screening Plant, 1997, dsl, 5'x7'. Bkt, Extendahoe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$36,000 Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, side & rear conveyors, T/A carrier . . . . . . . . . . .CALL OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,500 DRILLS Volvo BL70, 2003, 4x4, Extend-A-Hoe, EROPS, 24" Bkt, Like New . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$59,500 John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$150,000 MOTOR SCRAPERS Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320L, 1994, 24' drill, condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL carousel, dust collector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$162,500 Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL CRANES HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on rubber, operational . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 Cat 313B-CR, 2001, zero tailswing, A/C & AM/FM, JRB quick coupler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$93,000 Kobelco SK200LC Extra Long Reach, 1993, 32" TBG pads, 42' reach, nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . .$57,000 (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$255,000 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, JRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkt .$77,500 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working everyday . .$97,500 Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, work ready CALL Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000

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

MISCELLANEOUS (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . .$4,000 ea.

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Gerard Calamari (L) and Scott Dubois, Contractors Sales Company, Albany, N.Y., gather information from one of the software specialists represented at AED.

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1973 MANITOWOC 4600 DRAGLINE, SMU: 1700, ID#: UC11421, S/N: 46284, 140’ BOOM, POWERED BY CAT D379, DETROIT LIGHT PLANT, 7YD ESCO BKT, INCLUDES SPARE BKT, REPAIRS: NEW MOTOR W/1700 HRS $325,000

2004 JOHN DEERE 160CLC HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 6443, ID# UP11393, S/N: 044545, CAB, A/C, 1PC BOOM, 10’2” STICK, 36” BKT, HYD. THUMB, RADIO, PLUMBED FOR HAMMER, UC@6443 HRS, 24” TG SHOES 55%, BUSHINGS 55%, NOT TURNED, LINKS 55%, SEGMENTS 55%, IDLERS 50%, ROLLERS 50%, CARRIERS 60% $42,000

2000 HITACHI EX330LC-5 HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 9026, ID#: UT10323P, S/N: 1H1P021475, CAB, A/C, 1PC BOOM, 24” BKT, STANDARD FRONT, JRB COUPLER, 10’6” STICK, AUTO LUBE FOR HAMMER, UC@9019 HRS, 31.5” SHOES@90%, BUSHINGS 30% NOT TURNED, LINKS 50%, SEGMENTS 50%, IDLERS 60%, ROLLERS 61%, CARRIERS 40% $58,000

2004 CAT D4G XL TRACK TRACTOR, SMU: 5776, ID#: UP10570N, S/N: 0HYD00565, 3406 ENGINE, EROPS, DRAWBAR, A/C, PAT BLADE, JOYSTICK STEERING, UC@5622 HRS, 18” SHOES@80%, BUSHINGS 70%, NOT TURNED, LINKS 75%, SEGMENTS 80%, IDLERS 90%, ROLLERS 55%, CARRIERS 55% $52,000

1981 CAT 769C OFF HIGHWAY TRUCK, SMU: 12444, ID#: UT11253N, S/N: 001X2460, CAB, A/C, RIGID FRAME, RETARDER, 2X6, LUB STARTER, TIRES@12443 HRS, RF KOHAMA 1800R33 51%, LF GOODYEAR 1800R33 51%, RR1 MICHELIN 1800R33 97%, RR2 GOODYEAR 1800R33 97%, LR1 MICHELIN 1800R33 68%, LR2 MICHELIN 1800R33 62% $55,900

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2004 KOMATSU PC400LC-7 HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 7459, ID#: UT11047, S/N: A86191, CAB, A/C, 1PC BOOM, HYD QUICK COUPLER, 11’2” STICK, UC@7114 HRS, 32” TG SHOES 70%, BUSHINGS 60%, NOT TURNED, LINKS 50%, SEGMENTS 60%, ROLLERS 50%, CARRIERS 50% $85,000

2004 CAT D6R IIXL TRACK TYPE TRACTOR, SMU: 6012, ID#: UP10730N, S/N: 0AAX00845, CAB, A/C, WINCH, SWEEPS, SCREENS, SU BLADE (REMOVED BL200), UC@5401 HRS 90%, SHOES 24” $178,000

1996 CAT 950F II WHEEL LOADER, SMU: 5976, ID# UP10692N, S/N: 08TK02579, EROPS, A/C, GP BKT, STEERING WHEEL, 23.5X25 TIRES@5797 HRS 80% $94,000

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2003 CAT 314CLCR HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 3150, ID#: UT1027IN, S/N: 0PCA00169, EROPS, A/C, 36” BKT, 8’2” STICK, AUXILIARY HYDS, PLUMBED TO STICK, FOR HAMMER, COUPLER HAS LINES, FOR REAR BLADE, UC@2939 HRS@65% REMAIN, NOT TURNED $75,000

2003 CAT 322CL HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 7858, ID#: UT9863BN, S/N: 0HEK00133, CAT 3126 DIESEL ENGINE, EROPS W/AIR, 19’4” R REACH BOOM, 9’8” STICK, 32” BKT W/4 TEETH, HAND CONTROL PATTERN CHANGER, S FAMILY BKT LINKAGE, HAMMER CIRCUIT, 70% UC@7429 HRS, 32” SHOES $70,000

2002 CAT D6M XL TRACK TRACTOR, SMU: 10135, ID#: UT10834N, S/N: 03WN03167, CAT 3116 ENGINE, EROPS, A/C, PAT BLADE, COUNTERWEIGHT, FINGER TIP STEERING, UC@10108 HRS, 22” SHOES 60%, LINKS 40%, BUSHINGS 50%, NOT TURNED, SEGMENTS 60%, IDLERS 80%, ROLLERS 35%, CARRIERS 50%, REPAIRS: REBUILT ENG/TORQUE@10108 HRS $95,000

1999 CAT IT28G WHEEL LOADER, SMU: 7687, ID#: UT10462N, S/N: 08CR02025, CAT 3116 ENGINE, EROPS, STANDARD FRONT, WHEEL STEERING, AUTOSHIFT, CB BUILT 2.5CUYD BKT, 20.5R25 TIRES@7541 HRS 70% $61,900

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Amtrak to Build Electrified Bridge Over Niantic River Work to Include Building Up Overlook Boardwalk, Public Beach In East Lyme, Conn. By Jay Adams CEG CORRESPONDENT

In the single biggest train project funded through the federal government’s Recovery Act, Amtrak will soon begin replacing the movable bridge over the Niantic River from East Lyme to Waterford. Approximately $105 million has been earmarked to replace the 102-year-old drawbridge, which carries the Northeast Corridor of rail over the Niantic River in East Lyme, Conn., and the subsequent construction of a new two-track electrified railroad bridge. Amtrak officials would not confirm that figure, however, saying cost “has yet to be determined.” Some of the money is going to replace a recently built overlook or boardwalk on the ocean, precious to residents, beach visitors, environmental agencies and its overseer, the East Lyme Public Trust Foundation. The replacement of the aging bridge has been planned for more than 20 years, but has been repeatedly delayed due to a lack of capital funding for Amtrak. According to Amtrak officials and the White House, any further delay in replacing the bridge would result in the imposition of significant speed

The new bridge will increase bridge navigation. Closed vertical clearance on the bridge will increase from 11.5 ft. (3.5 m) to 16 ft. (4.9 m). Horizontal clearance will increase from 45 ft. (13.7 m) to 100 ft. (30.5 m).

restrictions over the bridge, increasing passengers’ travel times and the potential for a major disruption to rail service commuters between New York and Boston. Amtrak has estimated that the bridge replacement will result in 860 person-years of work for those directly employed in the bridge construction. “A new, two-track, three-span railroad bridge is proposed to be constructed 58 feet south of the existing railroad alignment,” said Cliff Cole, Amtrak spokesperson. “Once the new span is constructed and operational, the existing bridge will be removed. The existing timber fender system and three existing abandoned piers that are in the Niantic River will also be removed.” Cole described a bascule bridge as a moveable bridge with a counterweight that continuously balances the span, or “leaf,” throughout the entire upward swing in providing clearance for boat traffic. Safety during building is Amtrak’s top concern. “As always, safety is and will be our number-one priority, but we do not anticipate any special concerns, but this question should be re-addressed once the contractor is chosen,” added Cole. The replacement of the aging bridge has been planned for more than 20 years, but has been repeatedly delayed due to a lack of capital funding for Amtrak.

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civil engineering project as that year’s Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA). Established in 1960, this award recognizes the project that best illustrates superior civil engineering skills and represents a significant contribution to civil engineering progress and to society. The Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project was selected from a group of 26 outstanding projects from around the world. The Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project is in its last phases of construction. The new bridge and interchanges at Maryland 210, Interstate 295 and Route 1 are either entirely or substantially complete, while the Telegraph Road Interchange is more than 50 percent finished and on track to finish in 2013. The Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project is jointly sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration, the Virginia Department of Transportation, the Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration and the District of Columbia Department of Transportation. For more information, visit www.wilsonbridge.com.

William Flemming Joins United Way of NYC Board of Directors United Way of New York City announced that William Flemming, president and CEO of Skanska USA Building Inc., has joined its board of directors. At Skanska, Flemming is responsible for the company’s overall management and operations throughout the United States. He also is a member of the Skanska USA Civil board and is the sponsor of Skanska’s National Green Council, promoting environmentally responsible construction. He is active in the Design Build Institute of America and previously served on the board as vice chairman. “I am excited to take an active role on the board of one of the nation’s most well-recognized and important organizations,” said Flemming. “United Way of NYC has a pos-

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Amtrak Replaces 102-Year-Old Drawbridge Over Niantic AMTRAK from page 36

Project Goals, History According to Amtrak officials: • The new bridge will replace an existing, two track bascule bridge, 58 ft. (17.7 m) offline at the same site. • The construction of new approach fills in East Lyme and Waterford, both retained and in embankments, and a new electrified railroad. • East Lyme’s Niantic Bay Overlook Walkway will be replaced and a portion of the beach will be replenished. Following is the long history of the site: • The existing bridge was built in 1907 by New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad. • This replaced an older swing bridge constructed in the late 1800s. • In1976, Amtrak acquired the bridge from Penn Central RR. • In 1978, replacement of the bridge was recommended under Northeast Corridor Improvement Program. This was deferred because of funding limitations. • In 1984, repairs were made. • In 1999, Amtrak conducted a Bridge Type Feasibility Study. • In 2000, Amtrak completed rail line electrification. • In 2002, the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) sponsored an environmental assessment. • In 2003, Amtrak initiated the final bridge design. • Also in 2003, East Lyme constructed Niantic Bay Overlook Walkway on Crescent Beach, a potential conflict to any construction work in the future. • In 2005, U.S. Coast Guard issued Public Notice for bridge replacement. • In 2006, Amtrak completed final bridge replacement design. • From 2006 to 2009: project activity. • East Lyme Niantic Overlook Walkway disposition. • Conn. DEP Permitting. • Funding. Longer, Higher, Better In spring 2009, Amtrak advertised the project for construction of the two-track electrified railroad bridge. The new bridge will be 373 ft. (113.4 m) long with two abutments and two river piers and a protective fender system at the channel. The new bridge will increase bridge navigation. Closed vertical clearance on the bridge will increase from 11.5 ft. (3.5 m) to 16 ft. (4.9 m). Horizontal clearance will increase from 45 ft. (13.7 m) to 100 ft. (30.5

m). “When fully opened, the end of the bascule span will be about 175 feet above the water,” said Cole. Navigation of boats will be maintained throughout construction, according to Amtrak, with very brief winter channel closures. From the west approach (East Lyme), there will be track and railroad electrification construction, retaining wall construction and scour protection and the construction of a cast-in-place concrete walkway to replace the existing walkway, built in 2004. From the east approach (Waterford), there also will be track and railroad electrification construction, along with embankment installation, scour protection and retaining walls. Assuaging the Public Trust Amtrak has worked with the town of East Lyme and its Public Trust Foundation to ensure not only replacements, but also betterments to the Overlook boardwalk that has only seen six years of existence. The town also is concerned about beach erosion and the loss of tons of sand during the work. The town has requested Amtrak to construct 2,500 ft. (762 m) of at-grade, concrete walkway behind the retaining wall in place of the elevated boardwalk and Goat Path East. “We have agreed to keep the lines of communication open,” with the town of East Lyme, added Cole. Amtrak also will construct a rock groin in the bay west of the mouth of the Niantic River, and nourish the beach with native and imported materials to widen the beach along where the new railroad will be located in East Lyme. “The beach replenishment will consist of construction of a rock groin with precast concrete sheet piling core in the Niantic Bay, west of the mouth of the Niantic River, and nourishing the beach with native and imported materials to increase the width of the final beach area,” said Cole. Cole said Amtrak would continue to work with the Town of East Lyme at the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) as the project “moves closer to commencement and throughout the duration of the work.” The project was designed by a team led by Hardesty & Hanover LLP under the direction of Amtrak Deputy Chief Engineer Structures in Philadelphia, Pa. The construction manager is the URS Corp under the direction of Amtrak Deputy Division Engineer Program Management,

Midway Base, 101 Industrial Drive, Groton, Conn. The proposed bridge replacement and associated realignment of the western railway approach to the bridge could potentially directly affect the proposed Niantic Bay Overlook (the Boardwalk). However, it is expected that ongoing coordination between the two projects will avoid any conflicts. According to Amtrak officials, the environmental assessment for the bridge replacement project includes a commitment that the FRA and Amtrak will comply with the Connecticut DEP’s request for an in-kind or better replacement of any impacted Boardwalk components. Government Takeover Robert S. DeSanto, president of East Lyme Public Trust Foundation Inc., has concerns about the impact on the park during construction, particularly on the Overlook, which will now be partially shut down throughout the work and then replaced by Amtrak. “The East Lyme Public Trust Foundation has dedicated its full efforts to the creation and ongoing development and protection of that public park that we began in 1993,” said DeSanto. “Today, we and the Town of East Lyme estimate that the park enjoys 60,000 visits a year by the public. This fact relates directly to the economic health and prospects of the town. In that light, and in the midst of the country’s deep recession, the Amtrak project becomes even more important and visible than might otherwise be the case.” DeSanto knows that the Amtrak project, with “very significant construction impact on the park,” will last at least three years. “In balance with those impacts, the ultimate benefits of this project, if Amtrak receives its federal and state environmental permits as now specified, can surely benefit the park in very significant ways. We are all doing our best to lobby the federal and state jurisdictions to approve those park-related permit specifications,” said DeSanto. DeSanto said that, as a not-for-profit, The East Lyme Public Trust provided preliminary designs, permits and the land necessary to construct this 1.1-mi. (1.8 km) public park along Niantic Bay. This process began in 1993. As time passed, however, and the Foundation received grants from federal and state governments to do the project, federal laws changed, requiring that such a project be done by a government entity, not a nonprofit agency, he added. “Our non-profit was not allowed to build, although we had the

land,” said DeSanto. So, the Trust donated the land to the town of East Lyme. Negatives, Positives “The negative impact of this project is that Amtrak requires that at least half of the boardwalk be shut down to any access during construction because the track has to be moved to the extent that it would encroach upon the existing park,” said DeSanto. Amtrak will require the taking of about half of the boardwalk in order to move track and put in fill. “Amtrak prepared a document — an environmental study by the FRA — which agreed that a park was going to be constructed and that they would provide a facility as good or better as the one they encountered,” he added. “They were aware that the Overlook, the boardwalk would be built (in 2003; it wasn’t built at the time of the study) and they agreed they would provide as good, or better, of a facility when they were done,” he added. “Now, they are in the process of getting environmental permits from Corp of Engineers, the Coast Guard and State of Connecticut,” said DeSanto. “When they replace the Overlook, the Niantic Bay Boardwalk, their proposal is, as I understand it, to raise the elevation and incorporate it into their constructed railroad elevation for their new railroad.” Such a higher elevation will substantially protect the park against storms, as the boardwalk also will be incorporated into the Amtrak structure. “That is quite substantial,” said DeSanto, of this positive result. “Of equal importance, Amtrak is proposing to construct a groin, a stone structure of 200 feet, to protect the shipping channel, but more important to the Overlook, it will trap sand and collect that sand. This will stabilize it and produce a stable, sandy beach immediately adjacent to the Overlook, which does not now exist. “It enhances the utility of that boardwalk beach tremendously,” said DeSanto. “With the beach there, it contributes an additional recreational and substantial area to the public. It contributes more to what the state can offer to the public.” “The benefit is quite remarkable,” he said. “As far as I can tell, this (will be) the only park along the coast of Connecticut that’s free and open to all, with free parking, free access, no fee to go on the boardwalk.” (Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the New England state supplement.) CEG


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Skanska Commits $50K to Aid Haiti’s Earthquake Victims Skanska, a leading provider of construction and construction management services, announced it has made a $50,000 monetary donation to the United Nations to be used for its disaster relief efforts in Haiti. The United Nations, through the United Nations Foundation, the Central Emergency Response Fund and other U.N.-affiliated organizations, is utilizing donations to provide rapid response and relief to victims of the earthquake in Haiti. “We are glad that Skanska’s worldwide organization was able to quickly put this donation together,” said Mike McNally, president and CEO of Skanska USA. “We know that this donation can only do so much in an area where the need is so great, but we know that if every company of our size does this, perhaps it ends up making a great difference,” McNally added. Donations to support the U.N.’s relief effort can be made at www.un.org.

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Central Nurseries Big History Began With One Small Choice Four Generations of the Pagliarini Family Have Made R.I. Firm a Green Success Story for 75 Years By Jay Adams CEG CORRESPONDENT

On a spring day in 1936, Alessandro Pagliarini, an Italian immigrant in the midst of the Great Depression, decided that he didn’t want to continue working for someone else. Pagliarini was walking home from work, when he passed a group of new homes being built. The landscaper stopped and looked at them for a moment, then decided to approach the official-looking gentleman holding a rolled-up set of blueprints under his arm. When the man noticed him approaching, he asked, “Can I help you?” His grandson picks up the tale: “My grandfather replied, ‘Sir, I am interested in installing the lawn and shrubs in front of these homes, if you haven’t hired someone already.’The man said, ‘Sure, if you can give me a price by tomorrow and have the first house completed by the end of the week,’ ” said Steven Pagliarini, the current executive vice president of Central Nurseries Inc., sharing the famous family legacy. “My grandfather said okay, and with that, went home to get a pad and pencil to start the pricing that night. The next morning, he gave the man the price and was told to proceed,” added the grandson. “He started that same day and worked 12 to 14 hours a day to finish the first house that week. He was officially in his own business.” With the completion of that first house, the elder Pagliarini immediately realized that he needed a truck to be able to finish the remaining houses in the amount of time that was given to him. “He pondered this dilemma for some time that evening and knew he was in trouble, since he did not have enough money to buy a truck,” said his grandson. “That Friday night, he struggled with this, and said, ‘Well, I am going to sleep on it and see what comes to mind in the morning,’ since he was already so tired.” “The following morning, he woke up renewed, and went right to work in his garage. He worked all day and into the night to finish his project. That Sunday morning after breakfast, as his family was getting ready for church, he decided to pull the family car out of the garage and wait for them to come out,” laughed Steven. “Well, at Mass he had to pray extra hard for his marriage to survive, since my grandmother wanted to kill him for cutting the back of the family car off and mounting a wooden platform to the back so he could carry plants and loam.” Not only did their marriage survive, but Pagliarini also finished the remaining houses for his first — and only — customer at the

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time, a man who then became a customer for more than 40 years. Start of Something Big This was the beginning of the business that would support hundreds of families over the years and see its way through four generations of the Pagliarini family. “It is something we are all grateful for and very proud of,” added the founder’s grandson. Alessandro Pagliarini founded Central Nurseries Inc. (CNI) in 1936. Under his guidance, the company prospered and developed during the 1930s through the 1950s. He remained active in the company until his passing in 1984. His son, Mario, was active in the business from his childhood. In 1953, Mario assumed the position of president and administrative officer. He expanded the company’s operations, which included large landscape projects throughout the North Atlantic states. With the passing of Mario in 1980, the third generation — Mario’s sons Paul, Steven and James — have strived to grow the company. Along with its knowledgeable and its dedicated staff, CNI has become a leading supplier of high quality plant material and landscape hard goods supplies. CNI has long been nationally recognized

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celebrate CNI’s 70th year in business. Based at the Johnston facility, the site division complements CNI’s other existing offerings. Services include site, utility and heavy construction for public works projects, commercial and industrial facilities, recreational and educational facilities, private developments and new building construction. CNI maintains and operates its own fleet of heavy and light construction equipment including but not limited to bulldozers, backhoes, excavators, loaders, compactors, pay loaders, skid steers, hydro-seeders, mulch blowers, large-scale mowers, grounds maintenance equipment and dump trucks. Crews consist of skilled tradesmen, superintendents, foremen, laborers, equipment operators, masons, drivers and maintenance specialists. Office support team consists of project managers, cost engineers, estimators, accountants and administrative staff. The CNI Site Division has completed various projects for private clients, commercial developers, general contractors, hospitals, churches, local towns and state agencies. Central Nurseries Tree Farm and Wholesale Distribution Center is one of southern New England’s top destinations for quality grown landscape material. Their mission is to supply high quality plants with unmatched service at competitive prices. The Center is sited on 100 acres of land just 30 minutes northwest of Providence and minutes from the Connecticut and Massachusetts borders. The company stocks approximately 15 acres of high quality, above-ground material to choose from, including thousands of shade trees and flowering ornamentals, many types and sizes of evergreens for specimen use and screenings, with some spruce, pines, arborvitaes and junipers up to 20-feet, in addition to a full assortment of specimen ornamentals, conifers, shrubs, perennials, grasses and groundcovers. Projects The CNI Site Division has com-

The company staff consists of more than 100 experienced professionals and qualified work crews including landscape architects, civil engineers, project managers, horticulturists, estimators and many other specialists.

pleted various impressive projects for dozens of agencies, companies and cities, including: • Gilbane special projects • Miriam Hospital • E. Turgeon & Sons • West Warwick Recreation Department • Lusi Construction • Roger Williams University • The Foundry • DIMEO Construction • Town of Burrillville • Fidelity • O. Ahlborg & Sons • Diocese of Providence • Paris Construction • Streuver Bros., Eccles, & Rouse • Bacon Construction • Brown University • University of Rhode Island • University of Massachusetts. • Rhode Island School of Design • Bryant University • Wheaton College • Town of Lincoln, R.I.

The company recently installed what was only the second StormTrap underground water detention system, which also is the largest (431,000 gals.) in Rhode Island to date at Immaculate Conception School in Cranston, R.I.

• City of Pawtucket, R.I. • Rhode Island Department of Transportation The company recently installed what was only the second Storm Trap underground water detention system, which also is the largest (431,000 gals.) in Rhode Island to date at Immaculate Conception School in Cranston, R.I. CNI has grown over the years due to the diversity of services offered by Central Nurseries along with the high quality of work ethics and professionalism. The New Generation Third generation Paul Pagliarini is the president, Steven Pagliarini is the executive vice president, and Jim Pagliarini is vice president and director of nursery operations. The fourth generation of the Pagliarini family is now working for the company in the field as a foreman, supplementing office staff and helping in the garden center. Greg Pagliarini, Steven’s son, has worked at Central Nurseries in the summers growing up, and full time for the past 12 years, now

working as foremen of a maintenance crew. Steven’s two daughters, Kayla and Megan, work in the office and the garden center during summer break from college. Paul’s daughter Gianna works during the summer months, part time, and his son, Nick, a high school student, works on weekends and during the summer months. Some company members have been on staff for more than 25 years. The average employee stays at Central Nurseries for about 17 years. This past season, 2009, saw approximately 130 employees working at Central Nurseries. That included office staff, garden center staff, the wholesale facility staff, the maintenance division, the construction division and interior division, along with mechanics in the garage. So, what is most “central” to Central? Is it the service? The people? Is it certain guarantees of timely contract work or workmanship? All of the above. “It is difficult to recognize any

one person, as we believe that everyone involved is an essential team member, regardless of title or duties,” said the brothers. They agree that from the mechanic who worked on a piece of equipment all night, in order to be used in the field next day, to the guys and gals out in the hot sun, or rain, working in the nurseries to dig and fill orders, to the grounds maintenance crews working hard to keep 225 “bosses” at a condo happy, to the office staff going crazy with the spring rush and the site construction crew working against near impossible deadlines — ALL are “Central.” They are proud of their accomplishments, prouder of their innovations, starting with the sawedoff top of a family car, in order to build a foundation. Together, the Pagliarinis continue to build and expand their family-owned and operated company in the true tradition of quality and service on which it was founded. (Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the New England state supplement.) CEG


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UB1849, 2005 N.H. DC95 Dozer, w/Cab, w/AC & Heat, Wide Track, Long Track, 1232 Hrs, Excellent Cond ....................................................................................................................$$62,500 UB2808, Bradco 24” Bucket fits Bradco Backhoe ..................................................................$$295 UB2886, 2008 Werk Brau E45-50 Coupler ..............................................................................$$875 UB2887, C & P E45-50, 24” Bucket ........................................................................................$$650 UB2888, Werk Brau E45-50, 12” Bucket, Like New ..............................................................$$650 UB2889, Werk Brau E30-35, 18” Bucket ................................................................................$$595 UB2890, Werk Brau E30-35, 24” Bucket, Like New ..............................................................$$795 UB2891, Werk Brau EC45-50, 12” Bucket, Like New ............................................................$$650 UB2959, 2007 Werk Brau, 36” Bucket fits EC45-50 ............................................................$$1395 UB2972, N . H . 2 4 ” Backhoe Buckets, Fits B95B - Nearly New ..............................................$$995 UB4613, 2009 Werk Brau 12” Bucket to fit E30-35 ................................................................$$895 UB3612, 2007 Indeco HP3000 Hammer fits 160 ..............................................................$$12,825 UB3611, 2007 Indeco HP2000 Hammer, New Paint............................................................$$6,995 UB3613, 2007 Indeco HP3000 Hammer fits 160 ..............................................................$$12,825 UB3391, 2005 N.H. LB75.B Backhoe Loader, 484 Hrs, Excellent Cond. ..........................$$41,995 UB3524, 2007 N.H. E50 Excavator, Werk-Brau 24” Bucket, 410 Hrs ................................$$35,800 UB3820, 2007 N.H. E160 Excavator, w/Hyd. Thumb, 850 Hrs, Excellent ..........................$$81,900 UB3954, 2004 N.H. EH35 Excavator w/Mech. Thumb, 2244 Hrs ......................................$$16,250 UB3623, 2006 Kobelco SK70 Excavator, 575 Hrs w/Thumb, Like New ............................$$52,500 UB3750, 2004 J.D. 3420 Te l e h a n d l e r, Cab, w/Forks & Bucket ........................................$$36,400

UB3475, 2007 N.H. B95, 4WD, Cab, Air, Pilot, HED, 369 Hrs ..........................................$$50,667 UB3480, 2005 N.H. LB90, 4WD, Cab, Air Ride, Pilot, HED, 1217 Hrs ..............................$$41,320

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WHEEL LOADERS UB3490, 2007 N.H. W50TC, Cab, Air, Glide Ride, 336 Hours............................................$$55,357 UB3491, 2007 N.H. W80, Cab, Air, 386 Hrs ......................................................................$$64,786 UB3494, 2007 N.H. W130, Cab, Air, 660 Hrs ..................................................................$$110,071 UB3495, 2007 N.H. W130, Cab, Air, 885 Hrs ..................................................................$$106,929 UB3496, 2007 N.H. W170, Cab, Air, 860 Hrs ..................................................................$$115,000 UB2380, 2005 N.H. LW170B, 1763 Hrs ............................................................................$$79,900 UB3498, 2007 N.H. W190, Cab, Air, 572 Hrs ..................................................................$$135,650 UB3499, 2007 N.H. W190, Cab, Air, 459 Hrs ..................................................................$$135,650 UB3500, 2007 N.H. W130, Cab, Air, 430 Hrs ..................................................................$$110,071 DD3521, 2007 N.H. W50TC, Cab, Air, Glide Ride, 1 Yd. Bucket ........................................$$58,549

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Diamond B Founder, Burnett, Earns IGGAHonorary Lifetime Membership The International Grooving and Grinding Association (IGGA) — a non-profit organization dedicated to serving as the leading promotional and technical resource for acceptance of diamond grinding and grooving as well as pavement preservation and restoration — has granted Honorary Lifetime Membership to Webb Burnett, founder and past president of Diamond B Inc. This distinction is reserved for those who have rendered outstanding service to the grooving, grinding or Concrete Pavement Restoration (CPR) industry. Candidates must be retired or retiring from active business service to the association and have worked for the IGGA or an IGGA member firm for a minimum of ten years. Other qualifications include providing significant contributions to the advancement of the industry. According to John Roberts, IGGA executive director, this honor has only been granted nine times in the 37-year history of the Association. “Webb exemplifies the character and qualities that we associate with the

IGGA’s highest honor,” said Roberts. “His selfless contributions have led to one of the industry’s greatest discoveries in decades with the development of the Next Generation Concrete Surface [NGCS]. Webb is a true innovator.” Burnett has long been a partner in industry efforts. With 57 years of experience in the CPR field, he is considered an expert and founding father of the industry. For more than half of his life, Burnett worked on diamond saws and blades, helping to improve the technology and further the industry. Of note, he helped develop the first hot press segments used to manufacture diamond tipped saw blades in addition to developing diamond inserts and slanted segments for saws. Burnett also designed and developed a special diamond grinding unit that facilitated collaborative research with Purdue University in developing the NGCS — a hybrid texture constructed on concrete surfaces that resembles a combination of diamond grinding and longitudinal grooving. Diamond B Inc., with 56 employees, was established in March 1984 by

Burnett. The company specializes in professional segmented diamond saws and core bits. Upon retiring in July of 2009, Burnett sold the business to the Hilti Company. Prior to establishing Diamond B, Burnett worked at Penhall Diamond Products from 1977 to 1984 as the manufacturing manager of diamond blades and bits. From 1952 to 1977, Burnett was employed by Felker, a firm that specialized in building different kinds of metal-bonded diamond products that included precision saws and tile blades. In 1943, as a 15 year-old, Burnett entered the Navy and in 1946, left the Navy to work for a company that built tungsten carbide saws for five years. Today, Burnett, 81, is honored to receive the IGGA Honorary Lifetime Membership Award. “One of the highlights of working in the CPR industry was all of the friends I made and the quality people that I worked with and for,” noted Burnett. “Additionally, I am proud to have created a strong financial company; Diamond B Inc.”

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Transportation Secretary Announces $94M for Federal Lands Road Projects Sixty-eight road projects in 31 states will receive $93.9 million in Public Lands Highways grant funds to improve access to public lands, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood announced Jan. 13. “The roads that carry America to and through its national parks, tribal lands or any of the other federal lands need help, just like the rest of the national highway system,” said LaHood. “These funds will help protect the roads for the many who depend on them and improve the quality of life for communities served by these unique places.” The funds will improve and increase accessibility on the lands of 15 Native American tribes, 11 military bases, 19 national park units, 10 national forests and four national wildlife refuges. Unlike most of the nation’s public roads, which are managed by state

departments of transportation, federal lands roads are maintained by various tribal and federal agencies. Funds from the Public Lands Highways grant program supplement their existing infrastructure programs. They also can be used for cities and counties that are responsible for the roads providing access to federal and tribal lands. Examples of this year’s grant recipients include: • More than $4 million will be used to help improve road access to the Flight 93 National Memorial in Stonycreek Township, Pa. • Nearly $3 million will be used for road improvements near the forthcoming American Veterans Disabled For Life Memorial in Washington, D.C., between I-395 and the U.S. Capitol. The memorial is anticipated to be completed by 2012. • Nearly $2 million will be used to make tribal road improvements on the

Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota. • Nearly $1 million will be used for alternative transportation improvements around the Fort Baker area in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in California. This work includes pedestrian connection improvements, upgrades to National Park Service shuttle buses, planning for bio-diesel refueling capacity, and installation of signs, bicycle racks, benches and other related equipment. • More than $1 million will be used to complete construction of the SR 101/t3ba’das Parkway on the Skokomish Indian Reservation, Washington. This is the largest amount of grant funding awarded to public lands roads since 2002, and the second largest in the 79-year history of the Federal Highway Administration’s Public Lands Highways program.

2000 Cat 416C, OROPS, 4x4, Std. Backhoe, GP Loader Bucket.........................................................$$23,500 (2) 1998 Cat 416C IT, OROPS, 4WD, Quick Coupler, 4-n-1, Low Hours......................................$$19,500 Ea. 2002 John Deere 310G, OROPS, 4x4, Std Hoe, Very Good Condition...............................................$$24,500 2003 John Deere 310G, OROPS, 4x4, Std Backhoe...........................................................................$$25,500

CRAWLER DOZERS 2004 Cat D5NLGP, Enclosed Cab w/AC, 30” Pads, Clean Straight, Tight Machine .............................$$59,500 2004 Cat D6NLGP, Cab w/ AC, 6 way blade, Ripper valve ..................................................................$$74,500 2005 John Deere 550JLGP, Enclosed cab w/Heat & A/C, 6 way blade...............................................$$63,500 1994 John Deere 650GTC, OROPS, 6 way blade, good undercarriage ..............................................$$25,000 1999 John Deere 650HLGP, OROPS, six way blade, wide pads.........................................................$$29,500 2006 John Deere 650JLGP, OROPS, 6 way blade, wide pads ............................................................$$65,000

EXCAVATORS 2004 Cat 308C CR, Enclosed cab w/AC. 36" bucket w/ thumb. Steel tracks. Wrist-a-twist, backfill balde....... ............................................................................................................................................................$$38,500 2005 Cat 311CU, EROPS, with A/C and heat, very good undercarriage .............................................$$44,500 2004 Cat 313C CR, Cab w/AC and Heat.. Clean, Straight, Tight .........................................................$$44,500 1992 Cat 320L, Enclosed Cab, Strong Engine, Good Running Machine.............................................$$31,500 2000 Cat 322BL, Cab w/AC, 80% UC, thumb, clean, straight, tight machine.....................................$$63,500 1993 Cat 325L, Cab w/heat, long undercarriage, wide pads, 10'8" stick, 38" bucket w/side ..............$$54,000 1997 Cat 330BL, Enclosed cab w/AC, 54" bucket, coupler, clean, straight, tight machine. Good running machine...............................................................................................................................................$$59,500 1995 Cat 350L, Enclosed Cab w/Heat, Well Maintained .....................................................................$$49,500 1998 Hitachi EX110-5, EROPS with heat, 24” bucket, clean and straight..........................................$$25,500 1998 Hitachi EX120-5, Enclosed cab w/ A/C & heat, 36" bkt w/sidecutters, man. thumb, good........$$35,500 1997 Hitachi EX135 UR, EROPS, heat & A/C, thumb, steel pads.......................................................$$22,500 1998 Hitachi EX160LC, Enclosed Cab w/ AC, thumb .........................................................................$$29,500 2000 Hitachi EX210LCH-5, 51' Long Reach w/ 33" bucket, 32" (wide) pads .....................................$$69,500 1998 Hitachi EX300LC, Enclosed cab with AC, aux plumbing, 48” bkt with side cutters..................$$39,500 2005 Hitachi ZX160LC, Cab w/ A/C, manual thumb, very nice machine ............................................$$65,000 2004 Hitachi ZX200LC, Enclosed Cab w/ A/C, Long U/C, long stick, wide pads, 1 owner, well .........$$89,900 2004 Hitachi ZX270LC, Enclosed Cab with A/C, bucket, coupler and forks, good rubber, aux. hydraulics, work ready machine ............................................................................................................................$$64,500 1996 Hyundai 200LC, EROPS, tight machine, original paint, needs pins, bushings and sprockets in undercarriage ...............................................................................................................................................$$14,500 2005 JCB JS220LC, Enclosed Cab w/AC, Aux Plumbing, 80% U/C, Isuzu Diesel, Very Clean, Straight .................................................................................................................................................$$74,500 1999 Komatsu PC270LC-6, Enclosed cab w/AC and heat, Long stick, good U/C, quick coupler .......$$49,500 2005 Link Belt LBX135, Enclosed cab w/AC, thumb, 9’10” stick, low hrs .........................................$$59,500 2004 Volvo EC210B LC, Cab w/AC, Wide Pads, Clean, Straight, Tight Machine.................................$$64,500

WHEEL LOADERS 2004 JD 624J, Enclosed cab w/AC, GP Bkt, auxiliary plumbing, forestry tires...................................$$77,500 2005 JD 624J, Cab w/AC, Bucket, coupler, forks................................................................................$$73,500 2000 JD TC54H, Enclosed cab, GP bucket, forks, clean, straight, tight machine ...............................$$48,500

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ASSE Announces Formation of Hyundai Construction Equipment Two New Specialty Branches Announces Americas Expansion Due to growth and interest in agriculture and utilities workplace safety, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) recently announced the formation of two new practice specialty branches, the Agricultural Branch, part of ASSE’s Environmental Practice Specialty (PS) and the Utilities Branch, part of ASSE’s Construction PS. To help address hazards posed by agricultural work, the new ASSE Agricultural Branch will provide a forum for safety, health and environmental (SH&E) professionals in the agricultural industry to network and gain knowledge regarding best practices in safety and health issues affecting agricultural production operations of all sizes; including seed production, agricultural chemicals, transportation, equipment safety,

compliance and enforcement. ASSE’s Utilities Branch will address SH&E issues within electrical, solar and wind generation, natural gas production and distribution, water/wastewater, telecommunications, public works and other utility areas. Until new branch officers are selected, ASSE Environmental PS Administrator Judy Freeman will serve as the Agricultural Branch chair and Construction PS Administrator Michael Hayslip, will serve as the Utilities Branch chair. Freeman is the special project manager of Gabriel Environmental Services and Hayslip is an executive director at VPPAC.org. For more information, visit www.asse.org.

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For the past 15 years Hyundai Construction Equipment U.S.A. Inc has been marketing Hyundai construction equipment and forklifts through its dealer network solely in North America. In an effort to tailor operations to meet today’s market needs Hyundai Construction Equipment U.S.A. Inc. (HCEUSA) and parent company Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) in South Korea have decided to expand the HCEUSA’s operational reach to cover all of North, Central and South America. Under this new business arrangement effective Jan. 1, 2010, HCEUSA will be responsible for all the sales, service and parts business in Central and South America in both construction equipment (CE) and forklift (FL). HCEUSA will be adding the current Central and South American dealer network and its many opportunities for expansion to its already expansive network of CE and FL dealers in North America. Hyundai Construction Equipment U.S.A. Inc. will continue its current business model of marketing, selling and servicing its construction

equipment and forklifts through its dealer network and providing additional sales, service and parts support through the home office in Elk Grove Village, Ill. “With the current market conditions being what they are we’ve had to look at all aspects of our business. We feel that by consolidating the resources we have here and in Korea under one roof covering all of the Americas we can provide our dealers and ultimately our customers with the highest level of quality and support possible. It’s important to us that when our customers think of product quality and support that they think of Hyundai,” said John Lim, president of Hyundai Construction Equipment U.S.A. Inc. A corporate name change for Hyundai Construction Equipment U.S.A. Inc. to reflect its operational expansion covering all of the Americas is anticipated; though no timeline for that change has been announced. For more information, visit www.hceusa.com.

Rick Woodson From the Bleachers Congratulations, New Orleans Saints, a.k.a. the new America’s Team, you’re finally going to the Super Bowl without needing a ticket. Of course, win or lose, it will be an experience you will never forget — in more ways than one. Now that the party is over in the French Quarter — assuming it is — you will be headed to Miami to get ready for the biggest game in the 43-year history of the franchise. No. 2 on that list, of course, was Jan. 24 when you sent the Minnesota Vikings home, 31-28, in overtime. The Associated Press reported that the Saints-Vikings game had 57.9 million people, give or take a couple, watching the game on television, the most to watch the NFC title game in 28 years. And my guess is, with the Saints and Indianapolis Colts going at it in the Super Bowl Feb. 7 it will set a record for viewer volume. And speaking of 57.9 million, that’s about the number of media reps who will be descending upon Miami by early next week. Actually, it will be in the crowded neighborhood of 1,500. And there are usually at least a couple of hundred media types — OK, so not 57.9 million, it just seems like that many — at each press con-

ference. Each and every one of them will be trying to come up with something that hasn’t been published, on the air or on the Internet before. The Colts have been there before and know what to expect. You Saints, though, better brace yourselves for the Super Bowl of Stupid Questions. I know, because I’ve been there and heard it with my own ears. Probably at the top of the list is, “How do you feel about playing in the Super Bowl?” The first time I heard that one I almost fell out of my chair I was laughing so hard. I mean, what did the reporter expect the player or coach to say, “Yeah, well, I guess it’s OK, but I’d rather be fishing.” Of course, if some guy actually said that, it would be the story of the week. The one I’ll never forget was the Oakland Raiders and the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XV, which was in New Orleans. At a press conference, Oakland Raiders coach Tom Flores said the game “will be won by the team that makes the fewest mistakes and makes the big play.” Later, at the Eagles press conference, a guy stood up in the middle of about 200 reporters in a huge conference room and said to Philadel-

phia coach Dick Vermeil, “Tom Flores says he thinks the game will be won by the team that makes the fewest mistakes and makes the big play. What is your analysis?” I was hoping Vermeil would say, “No, I totally disagree. Actually, the game will be won by the team with the most lost fumbles, dropped passes and lousy plays.” Anyway, Who Dats, get ready for some others, along the lines of: • “Do you enjoy all the media attention here this week?” (Answer the media hopes for: “No. I hate it. I wish I wasn’t here.”) • “What will you do differently to prepare for this game?” (Answer the media hopes for: “Well, we’re all uptight, so we’ve scrapped our usual routine.”) • “Would you agree that this is the most important game of your career?” (Answer the media hopes for: ”Absolutely not. It was the season opener back in 2001, when my girlfriend came to her first game.”) • “Are you a party animal?” (Answer the media hopes for: “You got it, pal. I go down to Bourbon Street, drink like a fish and don’t go to bed till I see the sun coming up.”) • “Are you ready to play?” (Answer the

media hopes for: “Absolutely not! I wish they’d postpone the game for a week.”) So you see, Saints, if you think Peyton Manning and the Colts are going be a distraction, the mass media invasion will be even worse. They’re going to want to know what you had for breakfast, lunch and dinner and how did you eat it, right handed or left handed. They’re going to want to know which is your favorite movie, song, TV show, etc. They’ll want to know what if you could be a four-legged animal, what would it be. They’ll want to know if you’ve ever picked your nose in public and if the answer is yes, then why and where? They’ll want to know if you sing in the shower. They’ll ask you if you floss your teeth and how often to do you brush them. Yes, it’s annoying, but unfortunately, it’s part of making it to the Super Bowl. So just deal with it, Saints, and Feb. 7 laissez les bons temps rouler. (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 email address is rwoodson@rochester.rr.com. )


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Find out what to expect in the future from both the national and regional OSHA offices during this discussion. This is an opportunity to discuss safety best practices directly with OSHA officials and your fellow contractors. Find out: • The latest on impending crane regulations • How to handle new steel erection regulations • What OSHA is looking for when conducting an inspection • The four hazards where most injuries occur • Strategies to protect your workers from the recent flu outbreaks

Many successful heavy construction companies have integrated positioning systems into their construction operations, both on and off the machine. Positioning technologies offer a broad range of operational benefits that will be explored in this session.

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Kenworth T440 Targets Vocational, Municipal Markets Kenworth Truck Company’s T440 model is available in 2010 Cummins ISL engine is rated from 345 to 380 hp ibility. A three-piece aerodynamic bumper, Kenworth signature grille, and forward lighting with Halogen projector tractor and truck configurations for regional haul, city pick- (257 to 283 kW) and 1,150 to 1,300 lb.-ft. of torque. Other key T440 features include 10-, 11-, and 13-speed headlamps are standard equipment. An aluminum or steel up and delivery, municipal and vocational applications. “Kenworth is aggressively expanding its product line to manual and 5- and 6-speed automatic transmissions; and channel bumper and high intensity discharge (HID) lightbring Kenworth’s World’s Best quality, performance and 12,000 to 22,000 lb. (5,443 to 9,979 kg) rated front axles, ing are available as options. durability to additional markets and customers in the 21,000 to 26,000 lb. (9,525 to 11,793 kg) rated single rear The Kenworth T440 offers the same, multiplexed dash United States and Canada,” said Gary Moore, Kenworth axles, and 40,000 to 46,000 lb. (18,143 to 20,865 kg) rated installed in Kenworth’s Class 8 product line with a large tandem rear axles. assistant general manager for marketing and sales. panel for convenient installation of body controls and The T440’s modern styling features an aerodynamic gauges. The Kenworth driver information center is stan“The new Kenworth T440 offers excellent value, productivity and aerodynamics to truck operators and fleets in sloped hood, which gives the driver enhanced forward vis- dard in the T440. The optional Kenworth extended day cab heavy front-axle regional enhances driver comfort haul and pickup and delivwith an additional 6 in. of ery applications. This versalength and 5 in. of cab tile truck also will benefit height compared to vocational and municipal Kenworth’s traditional day customers who need a cab. heavy front axle for dumps, The T440 can be ordered mixers and fire trucks.” with the air ride cab and a The Kenworth T440 is 38-in. Kenworth AeroCab now available for order with sleeper. Also available are initial production scheduled factory installation of a to begin first quarter 2010. power take-off (PTO) and Built on the same platone lift axle. form as the T470 introduced The T440 marks in June, the Kenworth T440 Kenworth’s second major has a gross vehicle weight new product introduction (GVW) ranging from a since June, when the comheavy Class 7 vehicle at pany expanded its product 33,000 lbs. (14,968 kg) up range in the vocational and to a light Class 8 truck at municipal markets with the 68,000 lbs. (30,844 kg). introduction of the The 2010 PACCAR PXKenworth T470 model for 8 engine, rated from 260 to vocational and municipal 350 hp (194 to 261 kW) and 660 to 1,000 lb.-ft. of Built on the same platform as the T470 introduced in June, the Kenworth T440 has a gross vehicle weight rang- markets. For more information, torque, is standard equip- ing from a heavy Class 7 vehicle at 33,000 lbs. (14,968 kg) up to a light Class 8 truck at 68,000 lbs. (30,844 kg). visit www.kenworth.com. ment. The optional 9-L,

NTEADebuts Market Data, Industry Stats Web Site Section The National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA), the leading association for the work truck industry, launched the new Market Data and Industry Statistics section of NTEA.com. This new section, designed to support members in the running of their businesses, provides comprehensive statistics and market data ranging from the latest trends in U.S. truck

sales and registrations to commodity pricing and global commercial truck market data, plus leading industry indicators and forecasts, accompanied by insight, interpretation and analysis. The new section on Market Data and Industry Statistics will serve as the onestop to find the latest market data from sources including R.L. Polk, IHS Global

Insight and Ward’s Automotive, according to NTEA. According to NTEA Executive Director Jim Carney, “As the work truck industry continues to feel the impact of the economic downturn, our association can provide critical information to members — by providing them with the most up-todate market and competitive intelligence

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McNeilus Truck Offers Commercial CNG Concrete Mixer McNeilus Truck and Manufacturing, an Oshkosh important to have natural gas vehicles for all applications, fident we will deliver the same quality and reliability on Corporation company and manufacturer of refuse truck bod- including heavy-duty construction equipment. This is a great which McNeilus has built its reputation to our concrete cusies and concrete mixers, introduced a compressed natural gas example of how clean fuel technology is spreading to all tomers.” (CNG) concrete mixer. The McNeilus CNG-powered mixer kinds of vehicles.” The CNG concrete mixers will be fitted with 6-cylinder, meets the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 8.9L Cummins ISL G engines developed by (EPA) 2010 heavy-duty engine emission standards Cummins Westport of Canada. Cummins’ ISL G for nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter engine features cooled exhaust gas recirculation (PM). (EGR) and electronic engine controls resulting in a The McNeilus CNG-powered concrete mixers high performance, clean-running and reliable engine offer a clean fuel technology solution to the heavythat meets EPA 2010 heavy-duty engine emissions duty truck market and will help make the construcstandards. McNeilus first plans to offer both tion industry more environmentally friendly. When Bridgemaster and Standard mixers on either the compared to their diesel engine counterparts, CNGKenworth W900 or T800 chassis. Other chassis powered mixers offer lower fuel costs, reduced noise manufacturers’ CNG platforms are pending. pollution and are six times cleaner, making them both Wuest noted that McNeilus spent several years more economical to run and environmentally friendresearching and working to understand ways to ly than diesel-powered mixers, according to the manobtain state and federal grants for alternative-fueled ufacturer. vehicles, as well as tax rebate programs associated McNeilus applied for a grant with the California with CNG-powered vehicles and fueling stations. South Coast Air Quality Management District The McNeilus CNG-powered mixer meets the U.S. Environmental McNeilus grant specialists help customers learn (SCAQMD), the governing agency on air pollution Protection Agency 2010 heavy-duty engine emission standards for more about the benefits of CNG and assist in identifor the Los Angeles South Coast Air Basin, to modi- nitrogen oxides (NOX) and particulate matter (PM). fying and securing funding for CNG fleet converfy its prototype truck so it can be commercialized and sion. sold. The project includes creating and conducting a six“Our experience as the only in-house manufacturer of “Our CNG-powered concrete mixers demonstrate the month testing program, and developing documentation for CNG-powered refuse trucks made us the best company to company’s pioneering environmentally sustainable vehicle the truck’s maintenance and operational use. work with SCAQMD in the development and commercial- solutions and continued commitment to innovation that con“We are looking forward to making this type of clean- ization of a CNG concrete mixer,” said Mike Wuest, sumers can depend on to meet their heavy-duty vehicle fueled truck widely available to construction companies Oshkosh Corporation executive vice president and commer- needs,” added Wuest. interested in promoting clean energy,” said William A. cial group president. “With our proven success in developing For more information, visit Burke, governing board chairman of the SCAQMD. “It’s CNG turnkey solutions for refuse haulers, McNeilus is con- www.mcneiluscompanies.com.

Doran, DriverTech Offer Real-Time Tire Pressure Monitoring Doran Manufacturing and DriverTech have reached a collaborative development agreement to integrate the Doran 360 tire pressure monitoring systems with DriverTech’s Windows Embedded onboard computing and mobile communications system for truck and trailer fleets. By seamlessly integrating the tire pressure monitoring capability into the DriverTech TruckPC, tire pressures for tractors and trailers can now be monitored in both the truck cab and at fleet headquarters in real-time. While tire pressure was previously the sole domain of the driver, now the responsibility can be shared for improved management of fleet assets. Control of tire-related problems is a major concern for fleets of all sizes, because low tire pressures reduce fuel efficiency, and significantly shorten the service life of tires. In addition to saving maintenance and operating costs, real-time monitoring of tire pressures allows drivers and fleet managers to

coordinate scheduled repairs to avoid costly (and potentially catastrophic) roadside breakdowns and improve the overall safety of the fleet. “We are excited to offer the capability to communicate tire pressure information and critical low pressure warnings to both the driver and fleet managers” said Doran General Manager Jim Samocki. “We are proud to be working with a high-caliber company like DriverTech, to expand their capabilities into tire pressure monitoring.” “Doran’s core operating principles, commitment to the customer and high-energy team made it an easy decision for us when reviewing tire pressure monitoring companies. We have been very impressed with the performance and reliability of the systems and the quality of the team at Doran,” said Mark Haslam — chief executive officer at DriverTech. “The ability to monitor tire pressures and

deliver real-time warnings to both the drivers and fleet managers is a unique capability that we are making available to the trucking industry,” Haslam said. “The combination of our software and Doran’s tire pressure monitoring systems will help fleets improve their efficiency and reduce operating costs.” About Doran Cincinnati-based Doran has been providing transportation safety products for RVs, school buses and commercial trucks for more than 35 years. In addition to tire pressure monitoring systems, the company provides terminals and terminal boards, LED and incandescent exterior light monitors, Sleeping Child Check monitors, emergency exit monitors and a full range of LED lighting products for the school bus market. For more in formation on Doran 360, call 866/816-SAFE or visit www.doranmfg.com.

About DriverTech Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, DriverTech offers the transportation industry’s an onboard computing system utilizing three modes of communications. Using a Windows Embedded platform, DriverTech’s DT4000 TruckPC allows for a wide range of application choices including integrated invehicle scanning, electronic logs and videobased driver training. Atrue “Tri-Mode” system, the TruckPC has the ability to connect satellite, cellular and Wi-Fi wireless networks to automatically route data via the lowest-cost communication option. Used in both government and commercial applications, the system is built to military specifications and will withstand the heat, cold, moisture and vibration typical of a vehicle environment. For more information on DriverTech, call 866/331-8785 or visit www.drivertech.com.

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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section New Cab, Options Up Versatility of Terex Fuchs MHL331 D Combining a balance of power and agility, the Terex Fuchs MHL331 D material handler tackles a broad range of indoor and outdoor applications, including work at scrap metal feeder yards, municipal solid waste (MSW) processing at recycling/recovery facilities (MRFs), and construction and demolition (C&D) debris sorting at transfer stations. Featuring a newly designed cab control system, the MHL331 D also can be specifically equipped with a number of options to maximize operating efficiencies for MSW processing and C&D debris loading, unloading and sorting operations. The MHL331 D features an optional universal stick configuration that includes a flexible stick-mounted hydraulic cylinder for up-and-down tilting and left-and right slewing of the attachment. Up-and-down movement of the attachment is controlled by see TEREX page 74

The Terex Fuchs MHL331 D material handler tackles a broad range of indoor and outdoor applications, including work at scrap metal feeder yards, municipal solid waste processing at recycling/recovery facilities, and construction and demolition debris sorting at transfer stations.

Lined Truck Boxes Reduce Noise, Increase Operator Comfort

Rubber linings can lead to noise reduction during loading.

The rock excavation and processing industry is associated with high noise levels. Workers are exposed to a tremendous amount of noise that could lead to serious hearing impairment. In addition, the noise generated impacts the surrounding areas. For these reasons, in addition to legislative and regulatory requirements, employers are now aiming to achieve a better and quieter working environment. Sandvik offers rubber wear protection for every type of truck box or hopper used in the rock mining industry. The boxes and feed bins are exposed to heavy wear during see SANDVIK page 78


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Introducing the Anaconda TR50 Track Conveyor This sleek, rugged, new generation designed 50 foot track - high capacity conveyor has been engineered with many quality features to benefit the end user.

The TR5036’s portability allows it to work in confined spaces and also where heavier conveyors would find it difficult to maneuver.

Features: • Capable of handling up to 550 TPH • High performance hydraulic system • Deutz D2011F 37 HP Engine • Optional CAT 2.2Na - 50 HP Engine Available • Remote control system • Quick set up time • 36 inch wide belt

Call 1-800-285-5721 for more information or visit us on line at www.anacondausa.com for details on our entire line of tracked, wheeled and static conveyors.


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EFM Logo - 2C - Black & PMS 876 Bronze

All manufacturer names, numbers, symbols and descriptions are used for reference purposes only. All parts are manufactured by, for and warranted by EXCEL FOUNDRY and MACHINE, INC. and are not manufactured by, purchased from or warranted by the original equipment manufacturer.


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Vermeer Compost Turner Does More With Less Space Vermeer Corporation has introduced a self-propelled compost turner with elevating-face technology. The CT1010TX compost turner can be used on compost sites with either continuous-stack or windrow configurations and provides minimal unwanted degradation to the organic material. The CT1010TX helps compost sites make the best use of their space. By utilizing the optional conveyor, compost sites can create a continuous stack configuration, eliminating the need for open space between the windrows. This allows for three to four times more material to be placed in the same space as conventional windrow composting, according to the manufacturer. “Space is a premium in composting sites,” said Chris Nichols, environmental sales manager of Vermeer Corporation. “The CT1010TX allows compost sites to stack more material in less space. But the unit also works well in windrow configurations.” Powered by a 215 hp (160 kW) Cummins QSB 6.7 L engine, the CT1010TX can process up to 2,500 to 4,000 cu. yds. (1,911 to 3,058 cu m) of compost per hour, depending on the type of material and moisture content. The CT1010TX turns a stack 10 ft. (3 m) wide and 9 ft. (2.7 m) high.

The unit is propelled by a dual steel charge height for loading material into a track system, which helps increase traction transport vehicle. over wheeled units and produces less The CT1010TX cab includes a variety ground pressure when working in nonof features designed for operator convenpaved compost sites. Amaximum speed of ience and comfort, including a fully 0 to 3.2 mph (0 to 5.1 kmh) in the high adjustable seat, cab pressurization with range helps with transport and cycle times, self-adjusting climate controls, 12 volt while the 0 to 6.5 fpm (0 to 2.0 mpm) in accessory plug-ins, AM/FM/CD sound low range provides enhanced control in system and large windows with front and wet and heavy material. side wiper/washer systems. An active-carSmartTrack, an advanced control sysbon cab air filtration system aids in tem, monitors elevating-face pressure and removing odors and fumes, as well as dust will slow or stop the ground drive when and dirt particles. the elevating-face pressure reaches a pre- Vermeer’s CT1010TX self-propelled compost The elevating face, optional conveyor determined level. This feature has the turner with elevating-face technology can be and ground drive functions are all conpotential to increase machine and job site used on compost sites with either continu- trolled with comfortable ergonomic dual productivity by reducing operator inter- ous-stack or windrow configurations. joystick controls, minimizing operator face. movements and reducing fatigue. A single “Our elevating-face technology features a tact with contaminants, such as rocks and switch staggers the start and stop functions combination of paddles and teeth that lift and metals. The grade 8 bolt will retain the tooth of the conveyor and elevating face. This featumble the compost material up the face of to the machine, so it is not lost in the pile, ture helps prevent operator error that could the compost turner and discharge the materi- reducing repair costs and service time. result in potential plugging of the conveyor, An optional 48-in. (122 cm) wide V-cleat according to the manufacturer. al at the rear of the machine,” said Nichols. “This innovative process does not degrade discharge conveyor moves the compost Separate reversible hydrostatic pumps the compost material and introduces more away from the machine and allows cus- control the dual tracks, elevating face and tomers to create a continuous stack of com- optional conveyor providing the operator oxygen into the compost pile.” The elevating face features hardened cup- post. The 24-ft. (7.3 m) conveyor extends complete and independent control of the pristyle teeth held in place using grade 5 and approximately 8 ft. (2.6 m) beyond the left mary machine functions. grade 8 bolts. The grade 5 bolt acts as a shear side of the machine and can be adjusted For more information, visit point for the tooth should teeth come in con- between 10.5 and 13.5 ft. (3 and 4 m) dis- www.vermeer.com.

Genesis Attachments Expands Demolition Recycling Line Genesis Attachments has expanded its Genesis Demolition Recycler (GDR) line to include the GDR 150 and GDR 300. The new models join the GDR 200 for processing concrete in both demolition and recycling applications. Designed for third-member use on 16.5 and 33 ton (15 and 30 t) machines, the new model GDRs deliver 85 tons (77 t) of crushing force at the tip for the GDR 150 and 148 tons (134 t) for the GDR 300. The GDR 150 offers a jaw opening of 26 in. (66 cm) and jaw depth of 25 in. (63.5 cm), while its larger counterpart, the GDR 300, has a jaw opening of 42 in. (106.7 cm) and a jaw depth of 28 in. (71 cm). Quick cycle times and tremendous crushing forces are made possible through use of a regeneration valve and a large-bore cylinder, respectively, according to the manufacturer. “Both of these new models bring an added dimension to the demolition contractor’s operation,” according to Dan Raihala, Genesis Attachments’ design engineer. “They now have the ability to utilize a lighter-weight, yet more powerful processing tool on a standard or highreach machine, which can really open the door to previously unbiddable projects.” Both new models, like the GDR 200 before them, can be ordered as any of three available configurations: shearing, concrete cracking, or concrete pulverizing. With this range of choices, contractors crack/crush concrete; cut pipe, rebar or structural steel; or, with the tooth-heavy pulverizer configuration, demolish or downsize oversized concrete in a concrete recycling application. For more information, call 715/395-5252 or visit www.genesisattachments.com.

The GDR 150 and GDR 300 join the GDR 200 for processing concrete in both demolition and recycling applications.


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TELSMITH model SBS Cone Crushers ,=0?308:>?01F.409?,9/.:>?0110.?4A0 cone crushers available today. In models ranging from the 38SBS (200hp) up to the 68SBS (600hp) with capacities that can exceed 900 tons per hour, the SBS is designed to deliver consistent performance for decades. IN STOCK IN CONNECTICUT CALL TO SCHEDULE A DEMONSTRATION

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INCREASE RAP USAGE

Atlas Copco’s ROC D3-01 Boasts Radio Remote Controls

Ephrata, PA (717) 625-2800

The rod handling system on the D3-01 model capably manages up to five 12-ft. (3.66 m) rods.

Recycle RAP for profit with a ProSizer! Fractionating or Sizing RAP material back to its original size will allow higher RAP usage and replacement of virgin aggregates. RAP fines have up to twice as much AC content as ½” x ¼” and more than four times as much ¾” x ½”. Start realizing serious material savings and fast payback by using a ProSizer, a closed circuit mobile plant

featuring a double deck PEP Vari-Vibe® high frequency screen and HSI crusher .

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Atlas Copco has launched the ROC D3-01 with a built-in radio remote control (RRC) system. The RRC system in the new ROC D3-01 RRC model has been designed based on the reliable RRC systems found in Atlas Copco’s ROC T15 rig and the ROC D7 and D9 rigs. The ROC D3-01 RRC is powered by a 116 kW Cummins engine and offers two rock drill options: the 12 kW COP 1240 and the 16 kW COP 1640. The rod handling system on the D3-01 model capably manages up to five 12-ft. (3.66 m) rods. The D3-01 rig can be equipped with the R32, T38 and T45 drill steels. The Atlas Copco compressor on the D3-01 model has a free air delivery capacity of 200 cfm (95 l/s). “The added capability of radio remote for the D3 takes this very popular drill to the next level. As seen with other radio remote models, it adds tremendous flexibility and versatility,” said Maurice Hunter, business line manager, Surface Drilling Equipment, Atlas Copco Construction Mining Technique USA. For more information, call 800/732-6762 or visit www.atlascopco.us.

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Simply put. The lowest wear costs per ton!!! Want to see it for yourself? Go to www.rm70go.com and sign up for a demo at your work site.

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Multiquip’s EZ Grout Hog Crusher Scoops, Pulverizes Materials in Minutes Multiquip’s EZ Grout Hog Crusher Job Site Material Recycler easily attaches to a skid steer loader or forklift. The hog crusher can recycle most materials — brick, block, stone, rock, asphalt, non-reinforced concrete and more — on the job site. The hog crusher is able to scoop up and pulverize recyclable material in minutes, eliminating the need to have this debris removed from the job site. The machine has a .5 yd. (.45 m) hopper capacity, and up to 10 tons (9 t) of material per hour can be processed. The hog crusher features replaceable carbide bits, and hardened breaker, cleaner and cheek plates for easy onsite maintenance. For more information, call 800/421-1244 or visit www.multiquip.com.

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Peterson’s new drum chipper model is suited for high volume biomass producers. The 4300 model is powered by a C18 Caterpillar engine available in three power ratings, 630, 700 and 765 hp (470, 522 and 570 kW). The chipper utilizes a 36 in. (91.4 cm) diameter by 40 in. (10.2 cm) wide drum. It will be available with optional material sizing bars and a chip accelerator to minimize oversize twigs and branches in the chips. Other key features include a sloped feed deck for ease of feeding the chipper, and an adaptive feed control to maintain chip quality and engine RPM. Production 4300 drum chippers will be available 2010. For more information, visit www.petersoncorp.com


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Powerscreen combines global resources, decades of experience and in-depth industry knowledge to deliver a complete range of crushers, screens and wash plants to match your needs. You can depend on your Powerscreen dealer for knowledgeable advice, skilled installation and responsive local support. Together, we help you become more productive and cost efficient. The Powerscreen® Pegson XH320 and Pegson XH320SR, with throughputs of up to 352 US tons per hour, are designed to excel in the toughest of conditions in recycling, demolition and quarrying applications. Powerscreen 11001 Electron Drive Louisville, Kentucky 40299 Tel: +1 502 736 5233 Email: gerald.mccarthy@powerscreen.com Web: www.powerscreen.com

Terex is a registered trademark of Terex Corporation in the United States of America and many other countries. Powerscreen is a registered trademark of Terex GB Ltd in the United States of America and many other countries. Copyright Terex Corporation 2010.


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Get the Big Picture Whether you are looking for portable track-mounted jaws, trackmounted cones or track-mounted screeners, Whitney & Son in partnership with Metso has the products and experience you are looking for. Since 1964, we have been working hard for the right to call ourselves experts in the field.

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Bradco Magnum Demolishes Trees, Vegetation With Ease The Bradco Magnum land clearing mulcher by Paladin Construction Group powers the drum at speeds up to 2,000 rpms to shred trees, brush and ground vegetation up to 8 in. (20 cm) in diameter. Attaching to excavators, skid steer loaders and compact track loaders, it is available in widths of 36, 60 and 72 in. (91, 152 and 183 cm) — depending on the machine and application. Fixed hammers hold a variety of carbide single-, double-, claw- and reversible-teeth configurations. The Bradco Magnum land clearing mulcher utilizes a hydraulically driven, self-aligning, cogged belt drive that is designed at 200 percent of the rated horsepower to minimize belt slippage and breakage. Its balanced, thick wall drum has a 2.5-in. (6.3 cm) alloy steel shaft to handle rugged vegetation without bending or breaking. Adjustable skid plates set operating height to keep the drum out of the dirt and maximize mulching power. The multiple- The Bradco Magnum land clearing mulcher is available in widths of 36, 60 and 72 in. (91, 152 and 183 position push bar helps keep mate- cm) depending on the machine and application.

rial in the drum area for effective mulching, according to the manufacturer. The 60- and 72-in. skid steer models offer a hydraulic deflector door to control the particle size and discharge direction. The 4-in. (10 cm) hydraulic pressure gauge also can be easily seen to help the operator better monitor mulching performance. For rigorous applications, extended use or large jobs, an optional oil cooler is available to minimize oil heating. It is mounted on the mulcher’s hood, doesn’t require additional hydraulic connections and includes a check valve that protects against reverse oil flow. The 36-in. excavator model utilizes a tree stabilization guide that supports standing trees while cutting from the top down. This limits the tree deflection during the cutting process to enhance control and increase productivity, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit www.paladinbrands.com.

MHL331 D Tackles Indoor, Outdoor Applications TEREX from page 63

a foot pedal. The handler’s 0.65 cu. yd. (0.5 cu m) waste grapple attachment delivers added material sorting flexibility and efficiency, and has slotted openings for reduced weight. Designed to clear pathways and shore up stockpiles, the machine also offers an optional clean-up blade. Up-and-down hydraulic movement of the front-mounted blade is controlled by the expansion buttons located in the operator’s right-hand joystick. Standard separate cooling systems on the MHL331 D optimize operating temperatures, reducing component wear. With fan speed thermostatically controlled, the hydrostatically driven oil cooling fan delivers quiet and efficient cooling performance in ambient temperatures up to 122 F (50 C). For working in extremely dusty MSW and C&D applications, the MHL331 D includes additional box filters for the engine and hydraulic oil coolers and an optional cyclone dust separator at the air filter. Finally, the machine’s optional reversible fans can be set to periodically clean the filters at preset intervals or on demand during machine operation. The standard hydraulically height-adjustable

cab offers a maximum 17-ft. (5.2-m) eye-level elevation for work site visibility. An optional rearview camera further enhances the view. Inside the newly redesigned cab, a multi-function button affords smooth ergonomic navigation through the multiple function screens on the high-resolution color display. The large console offers easy viewing of critical operating data, while the push-button control panel keypad with LED indicators enables quick activation/deactivation of machine functions. Enhancing operator efficiency, left- and righthand joystick controls are configured specifically for material handling operations. The left joystick controls horn, turn signals, magnet and slewing brake function, while the right manages grapple slewing and pressure boost functions. The righthand joystick also offers expansion room to control optional equipment, such as the up-and-down movement of the clean-up blade. The Terex Fuchs MHL331 D is powered by a six-cylinder, fuel-efficient 153 hp (114 kW) turbo diesel engine meeting Tier III and Com III emissions regulations. The integrated hydraulic load limit sensing control feature allows optimal use of engine power, while protecting the engine during

operation. The MHL331 D’s large swing drive delivers quick and precise slewing of the upper carriage for faster working cycles, while the high-performance double row slewing ring design enhances machine durability and slew-ring reliability. Large support cylinders on the undercarriage and a wide stance between outriggers deliver stability combined with strong lifting capacities throughout the machine’s operating range. In addition to the 35 ft. (10.7 m) universal stick reach configuration, the MHL331 D also can be configured with either 39-ft. (12 m) or 36-ft. (11 m) maximum reach loading equipment to meet specific job site requirements. Lift and stick cylinders feature end-of-stroke cushioning and attach to the superstructure with dual section bearing connections optimizing component protection and performance. Inverted boom cylinder positioning reduces dust and moisture infiltration for maximum durability. Solid, anti-corrosive hydraulic pipes along the boom and dipper stick enhance longevity by reducing the potential for hose weathering and damage in harsh operating environments. For more information, visit www.terex.com.

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Sandvik’s CJ208 Crusher Offers Power in Small Package Another jaw crusher in the Sandvik CJ200 series is now available — the CJ208. This is a crusher for customers who do not want to compromise between lightweight and heavy-duty equipment, mobile and stationary applications, and process flexibility and easy operation. The new Sandvik CJ208 is the smallest member of the family. Sandvik’s CJ200 series offers a combination of lightweight equipment and heavyduty crushing applications. The optimized crushing chamber provides a high reduction ratio and capacity. The CJ200 series’ wide range of applications also includes the possibility of producing a 0 to 1.5 in. (0 to 4 cm) final product in one crushing stage. Moreover, the CJ200-series crushers are easy to operate and maintain, according to the manufacturer. The frame of Sandvik’s CJ200 series of jaw crushers is all-welded, making it equally strong in all directions and ensuring durability against shock loads. In turn, this minimizes the risk of mainframe failure, as seen with a bolted design. Furthermore, the design of the deep symmetrical crushing chamber maximizes feed size, capacity and reduction. The CJ200’s heavy-duty capacity makes it a practical choice for stationary applications. The crusher’s compact, low-weight

and easy-to-install design also makes it ideal for use in mobile applications. Its bolted feet enable the Sandvik crusher to be used as a stationary unit with zero degree inclination or on a mobile unit with five-degree inclination. The Sandvik CJ208 and the other members of the 200 series are available with a range of optional equipment, such as automatic bearing lubrication, feed hopper, intermediate protection plate and a complete drive package, including motor, bracket, pulley, belt and flywheel/belt protection. The CJ200 series has low energy and operating costs due to its optimized flywheels. For example, the CJ208 model requires only a 74 hp (55 kW) motor to crush the hardest material with the smallest feed openings.

The frame of Sandvik’s CJ200 series of jaw crushers is all-welded, making it equally strong in all directions and ensuring durability against shock loads.

Sandvik’s WT6000 Rubber Linings Absorb Kinetic Energy Upon Impact SANDVIK from page 63

loading and unloading — from crushing damage to abrasive and cutting wear. Sandvik WT6000 rubber linings absorb kinetic energy upon impact and subsequently return to their initial shape, thus protecting the underlying structure, according to the manufacturer. Some advantages of rubber linings include • Noise-reducing • Long life • Reduced risk of buckles and cracks in chassis or hopper • Reduced risk of fines freezing during winter • Fewer maintenance stoppages • Less structural repair work • Lower cost per transported ton

Sandvik offers rubber wear protection for every type of truck box or hopper used in the rock mining industry.

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The Vermeer BC1200XL brush chipper features a dual-horizontal offset feed roller design that aggressively grabs and feeds material up to 12 in. (30.5 cm) into the chipper drum.

Vermeer BC1200XL Designed for Durability, Performance Power and innovation are at the heart of the new BC1200XL brush chipper from Vermeer. Available with either an 85-hp (63.4 kW) or 110-hp (82.0 kW) Cummins Tier III diesel engine, the BC1200XL easily processes material up to 12 in. (30.5 cm) in diameter. The BC1200XL features dual-horizontal offset feed rollers that improve chipping performance by aggressively grabbing and feeding material to the chipper drum. The offset feature helps the upper feed roller climb over logs and branchy material while a dual-pump hydraulic system delivers a theoretical 3,600 lb. (1,632.9 kg) of pull-in force for heavy work. A hydraulic down-pressure feature on the upper feed roller allows the BC1200XL to crush material, improving the feed roller “bite” into logs and branches. By using a manual control valve, the operator can adjust the amount of down-pressure as needed. Premature wear to the belt drive system is reduced by a clutchless PTO system that prevents high-idle engagement of the cutter drum. The belt drive, integrated with the throttle, can be engaged only while the engine is at a low rpm. Once engaged the engine automatically throttles up to full rpm. The Vermeer SmartFeed system monitors

engine rpm and automatically stops or reverses the rollers when feeding larger hardwood material. Plus, it senses feed roller jams and responds by automatically shifting material back and forth, reducing the need to manually manipulate the control bar. The bottom feed stop bar is strategically located to make it possible for the operator to strike the bar and shut off the feed, either intentionally or automatically, in an emergency situation. A reset button on each side of the infeed housing allows for easy system reset if the bar is tripped. A removable choker chain can be detached from the winch line and carried out to the log, allowing the operator to easily attach the choker chain to a log compared to hook-on cable designs. The BC1200XL also features a winch interlock hook that stores the winch line out of the normal material flow and protects it from being snagged and pulled into the chipper during normal operation. It also prevents simultaneous pulling out of the winch line while the feed rollers are operating, reducing the likelihood of the line being snagged and pulled into the chipper. For more information, visit www.vermeer.com.

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Large Grinder a Perfect Fit for Disaster Recovery Firm The recent devastating ice storms in Kentucky and Arkansas once again raised awareness of nature’s power and how helpless man is against it. Events like those, however, also spotlight the valuable role played by companies who come in during the recovery effort to help an area restore some semblance of normalcy. Last year, one such firm, Bamaco Inc., headed to the Houston suburb of Baytown to tackle the cleanup from the onslaught of Hurricane Ike. While its primary goal was, obviously, the recovery effort, the firm also chose the Baytown site as an opportunity to modify its approach to processing the nearly one million cubic yards of wood waste it encountered. At the center of that modification was the replacement of a pair of 1,000 hp (745 kW) grinders with a single, 1,200 hp (894.5 kW) Morbark Model 1600 tub — the largest tub grinder in the manufacturer’s line. By project’s end, Bamaco had not only upped production, it also had improved onsite efficiency and safety, and lowered operating costs. It also found itself facing another huge challenge, one it hadn’t foreseen: finding a way to keep the new grinder fed. What’s in a Name? Despite the fact that all the family members who head up Bamaco hail from Alabama, the company name has a totally different significance, said Jeff Mitchell, Bamaco’s assistant vice president. “The name is actually an acronym for ‘Beverly and Mike and Company’ — Beverly being my mom and Mike being my father” — said Mitchell. “My dad has better than 30 years experience doing this type of work throughout the southeast, so he’s no stranger to disaster recovery. However, in 2002, he decided to incorporate under the Bamaco name and bring my brother Jason and myself on board.” Today the Bunnell, Fla.-based firm operates nationwide, tackling a broad range of projects including hurricane clean-up; debris removal from other “events” such as ice storms, tornadoes, etc.; hazardous materials removal; demolition; beach restoration; canal restoration and more.

“We are almost constantly on the road,” said Mitchell. “Down south during hurricane season, up north when the ice storms hit, you name it. We have a huge number of pre-positioned contracts in place that allow us to come into an area quickly after a storm hits. In fact, we were in Baytown the day after Ike went through the area. Getting these areas cleaned up and getting people back on their feet is our primary goal; having those contracts in place streamlines the process and gets us working toward that goal.”

“He swore that anyone using it would need more than a couple of medium-sized excavators to keep up with its production. We, of course, were a bit skeptical, but wanted to see what it could do. So we called John Dale, the Morbark sales rep for this area and within 24

tion that was similarly backlogged, that a trio of 1,000 hp horizontals had to work round-the clock for four days to get that material processed. We came in here with just the 1600 and — working only a single shift each day — did the same volume in three days. That won us over in a hurry.” Jason said the benefits provided by the larger machine go much further that simply how much material comes off the discharge conveyor each hour. “In our business, we mostly have to work with the hand we are dealt. Often, that can mean small-acreage lots, and debris coming in at a 50,000 yard-a-day clip. In order to get it ground up and hauled off as fast as it’s coming in, we’ve needed a minimum of three machines grinding and at least that many other loadJason Mitchell ers feeding them. The Model 1600 has allowed us to actuBamaco Inc. ally increase production while reducing the equipment and manpower needed. That’s a huge benefit to us: having fewer machines means a better ability to conhours he had it down here for a trol onsite traffic flow, improved demo.” safety, lower operating costs, and The demo apparently put to rest so on. It’s really made a big impact any suspicion that Mitchell’s friend on the way we operate.” had overstated the 1600’s potential. “We couldn’t believe what it Bigger Iron Ahead could do in terms of production,” With throughputs at higher levsaid Mitchell. “Morbark told us the els than it had ever experienced, machine is rated for as much as Bamaco’s new dilemma was find1,400 cubic yards an hour — we ing the best method possible to feel that’s a really conservative keep it fed. Though it made do estimate. We bought the unit just a with the pair of mid-sized excavacouple days after the demo and tors — a Cat 320 and a Hitachi since then it has exceeded our Zaxis 200 — it found them anyexpectations on almost every thing but efficient for loading the count.” new grinder. “There’s no doubt that on future Command Performance projects we will have larger Given the successful results of machines — probably a pair of the test, the 1600 had to be 90,000 lb. machines like a Cat 330 extremely impressive onsite to or something similar,” said Jason. make any more of an impact on the “The smaller machines were conMitchells — and it was. Jason stantly struggling to keep the 1600 Mitchell said the unit was put to fed and we were only running the the test immediately upon going grinder at 42 percent of its maxiinto service and more than met the mum power.” challenge. According to Jason, there was “We had a stockpile built up at one occasion where they ran the the large site that was probably in unit at full power — just to see excess of 100,000 cubic yards. We what it could do. He said the tub knew from working another loca- was empty after only three or four

“There’s no doubt in our minds that, over one busy hurricane season in Florida, the Morbark will pay for itself many times over.”

Unbelievable Volumes Having worked all the major hurricanes in recent memory, Bamaco was no stranger to large-scale cleanups. Nevertheless, upon arrival at Baytown, it was still astounded at the volume of material they were facing. “We were in charge of about six separate collection sites around Baytown and some of them were just filled to capacity, with more debris being picked up daily,” said Mitchell. “To make a real dent in the volume, we subcontracted out to several other grinding firms who owned their own machines. Their challenge was to try to grind it and haul it out as fast as it was coming in. Unfortunately, that was rarely the case. Their grinders were pushed to the max but just couldn’t keep up with the inflow of material.” Mitchell said that, despite pushing the pair of 1,000 hp units Bamaco owned to the limit, they were struggling to keep up with volumes at the main Baytown site at which they were processing. A different approach was needed and a mutual friend of the Mitchells had what they thought just might be the answer. Supersizing It The potential solution to which the Mitchells referred was a Morbark Model 1600, a 1,200 hp tub grinder that the friend in question had seen work firsthand in Florida. “He saw he 1600 in action and said that it was just an unbelievable piece of equipment,” said Mitchell.

revolutions. “We backed it down and never ran it full out on that job again. So, essentially we ran the grinder at less than half power for the length of the project and it still easily outperformed three horizontals. That to me says it was more than worth the investment.” The Name Says It All Bamaco is a strong proponent of customer service and demands the same from its equipment suppliers. Jeff said they were impressed with the support they received from Morbark from the outset and continue to be so even today, well after the sale. “First of all, the grinder itself is designed to be user-friendly and minimize maintenance concerns. We run the machine for four hours, shut it down to do regular preventive maintenance such as greasing, air filter blow-outs, and so on, and resume for another four hours. Morbark, as a company, however, is equally impressive. They were right out here when we needed them for a demo; they stayed on to make sure we were running without any issues; and they made a service technician available to use throughout the time we were doing the Baytown job. That kind of service is invaluable.” Moving up to the larger grinder does, of course, entail additional expenditure. When pressed whether those costs will prove justifiable, both Jeff and Jason Mitchell are hard-pressed to hold back their enthusiasm. “There’s no doubt in our minds that, over one busy hurricane season in Florida, the Morbark will pay for itself many times over. As a matter of fact, we probably did better than 900,000 yards at Baytown, more than half of which went through the Model 1600. There’s a good chance it might have come close to paying for itself on that job alone. Our business is centered around finding ways to get the job done in the safest, fastest, most efficient manner possible. While we initially chose the 1600 based on the impressive volumes of material it could handle, we’ve since come to find that the benefits of adding the machine run far deeper than that — and that’s a really nice plus for us.”


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New construction starts rose 5 percent in December, seasonally adjusted, McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC) reported on Jan. 22, based on data it compiled. But, for all of 2009, “the 26 percent annual decline for construction starts was the steepest in at least the past 40 years,” Robert Murray, vice president of economic affairs for MHC, said. “At the same time, the bottom for construction starts was reached in February, to be followed by an up-and-down pattern during 2009 which suggests that the transition has been made from steady decline to at least low-level stability. Single-family housing, while still remaining at a very low volume, began to show some improvement as 2009 progressed. Funding from the federal stimulus bill helped to produce gains for highways and bridges, as well as a pickup for a few project types such as courthouses. However, commercial building and multifamily housing registered particularly severe declines in 2009, and even the previously resilient institutional building sector lost momentum. Going into 2010, more improvement is expected for housing and public works, but commercial and institutional building will continue to be adversely affected by weak employment, tight bank lending, and the eroding fiscal health of states and localities.” MHC said nonresidential building starts were unchanged in December but fell 33 percent for 2009 as a whole, with stores and shopping centers, plus 52 percent and minus 42 percent; warehouses, 15 percent and minus 62 percent; hotels, minus 32 percent and minus 66 percent; offices, minus 15 percent and minus 37 percent; manufacturing, 143 percent and minus 66 percent; education, minus 3 percent and 19 percent; healthcare, 8 percent and minus 36 percent; and public buildings, minus 60 percent and 10 percent. Residential building in December “edged up 1 percent” but tumbled 31 percent for the year, with single-family, 2 percent and minus 23 percent; and multifamily, 1 percent and minus 56 percent. Non-building construction climbed 15 percent in December but slid 9 percent for the year, with highways “steady” and plus 5 percent; bridges, 23 percent and 10 percent; sewers, 31 percent and minus 16 percent; water supply, 17 percent and minus 15 percent; and electric utilities, 27 percent and minus 41 percent. Seasonally adjusted unemployment by state rose in December in 43 states and the District of Columbia, fell in four states and was unchanged in three, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported on Jan. 22. The rate was higher everywhere than in December 2008. Seasonally adjusted non-farm payroll employment fell for the month in 39 states and rose in 11 states plus D.C. For the year, employment fell in all states but rose in D.C. Construction employment fell in December in 40 states, rose in six and was unchanged in four plus D.C. For the first time since the recession began in 2007, employment fell everywhere compared to a year earlier. The largest 12month percentage declines were in Nevada, minus 28 percent; Wyoming, minus 24 percent; Tennessee and Montana, minus 20 percent. The smallest declines were in Louisiana, D.C., Oklahoma and West Virginia, minus 4 percent. (BLS combines data for construction with mining and logging in D.C., Tennessee and five other states.) “In 2009, the union membership rate — the per-

cent of wage and salary workers who were members of a union — was 12.3 percent, essentially unchanged from 12.4 percent a year earlier,” BLS reported. “The number of wage and salary workers belonging to unions declined by 771,000 to 15.3 million, largely reflecting the overall drop in employment due to the recession. In 1983, the first year for which comparable union data are available, the union membership rate was 20.1 percent, and there were 17.7 million union workers. Private-sector industries with high unionization rates included transportation and utilities (22.2 percent), telecommunications (16.0 percent), and construction” (14.5 percent, representing 958,000 workers out of 6,613,000). In 2008, 15.6 percent, or 1,195,000 of 7,652,000 employees in construction, were union members. Thus, from 2008 to 2009, overall construction employment fell by 1,039,000 (14 percent) and union employment by 237,000 (20 percent). Wages averaged $744 per week in construction; $1,072 for union members and $698 for nonmembers. Overall wages rose 4.5 percent from $712 in 2008. Union wages rose 5.7 percent from $1,014; nonunion wages rose 4.5 percent from $668. The increases reflect heavier layoffs among lower-paid workers as well as actual increases. Consulting firm Lodging Econometrics predicted on Jan. 25, “just 717 hotels, representing 82,620 rooms, will open in 2010. This is a 56 percent drop from 2009. LE’s forecasted declines for 2010 represent a steep drop-off from earlier forecasts and are a result of the near-disappearance of lending. [The 767] projects under construction [95,900 rooms in the fourth quarter] are the lowest level recorded in over four years and are expected to continue to fall throughout 2010. Construction starts [119 projects/11,623 rooms, are] the lowest totals since early 2002. Project cancellations and postponements remain at historical highs. Meanwhile, new project announcements have fallen to five-year lows.” The quarterly survey of 75 corporate economists released by the National Association for Business Economics on Jan. 25 found a small net increase in demand at their firms in the fourth quarter and slightly more optimistic forecasts for corporate pricing, capital investment and hiring and economic growth. However, of the 43 respondents who forecasted their firms’ plans for spending on structures in the next 12 months, 9 predicted decreases vs. 6 who expected increases. “Falling U.S. electricity production in the past two years is frustrating the utility industry and shaking up timetables for some major infrastructure projects,” the Wall Street Journal reported on Jan. 14. The Edison Electric Institute, a trade group for investor-owned utilities, “counts 43 coal plant cancellations of deferrals since 2008 and 15 new projects announced.” Some plants are being replaced by gas-fired plants or wind farms. “The wind-power industry has been one of the main beneficiaries under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009,” the Journal reported on Jan. 13, citing consultant Emerging Energy Research’s forecast that wind-power installation in 2010 will match 2009. © Kenneth D. Simonson is chief economist of the Associated General Contractors of America.


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AED Holds Rally to Urge Federal Action on Highway Funds AED from page 26

After the rally, a parade of disused equipment, left idle by the downturn in the industry, rode through the streets of San Antonio.

Mike and Sandra Whalen of George & Swede Sales and Service in Pavilion, N.Y., examine Hyundai’s latest innovations available in a skid steer.

Toby Mack, president & CEO of AED, addresses the crowd at the Start Us Up USA! rally.

Dennis Slater, president of AEM, speaks to the crowd at the Start Us Up USA! rally, sponsored by AEM and AED.

(L-R): William Soncrant and Les Bebchick, both of Equipment & Systems for Industry Inc., Hopkinton, Mass., have been discussing the possibilities of becoming a Broce Broom dealer with Jim and Barbara Lumpkin and Jim Cornelsen of Broce Manufacturing Co., Norman. Okla.

The 2010 AED Summit included a rally to bring the plight of the construction industry in Texas, as well as the rest of the United States, to the attention of Congress.

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JCB Donates $150K Worth of Iron to Haiti Quake Disaster JCB, the world’s third largest manufacturer of construction equipment, is donating equipment worth $150,000 to help the disaster relief effort in Haiti following the devastating earthquake that is feared to have killed tens of thousands of people. The gift of two 3CX backhoe loaders is being made by JCB Chairman Sir Anthony Bamford in response to an appeal from relief agencies for foreign aid. Bamford said: “The scale of the devastation is unimaginable and it’s heart-rending to see the human suffering caused by the disaster. There is clearly a lack of equipment on the island and I hope our gift of JCB machines will help in some small way to alleviate that suffering and in the rebuilding in the aftermath of the earthquake.” The machines are being made available to the U.S. government and its aid agencies, which are taking a leading role in the relief

that need them. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Haiti.” The contribution to the aid effort follows a series of other JCB machinery donations in recent years to other parts of the world hit by natural disasters, including the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan province in China, when six backhoe loaders worth more than $600,000 and a team of operators were sent from the company’s factory in Shanghai to help the clear-up effort in the region. JCB also donated machines worth more than $2 million to help in the aftermath of the Asian Tsunami in 2004, with JCB diggers deployed to Thailand, southern India, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. Last year the company donated an excavator and a backhoe loader worth $250,000 to help the disaster relief effort in the city of Padang following the devastating earthquake that struck off the Indonesian island of Sumatra.

JCB’s donated backhoe loaders prepare to leave for Haiti.

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Do Not Read While Sleeping The topic of this column is a recent Washington Post story stating that manufacturers of appliances, computers, cars, etc., want to know why Americans don’t read their owners’ manuals. WARNING: THIS COLUMN IS INTENDED FOR READING PURPOSES ONLY. DO NOT USE THIS COLUMN AS A TOURNIQUET. One big reason that consumers don’t read manuals is that the typical manual starts out with 15 to 25 pages of warnings, informing you of numerous highly unlikely ways in which you could use the product to injure or kill yourself. WARNING: DO NOT READ THIS COLUMN WHILE WATER-SKIING. DO NOT SET FIRE TO THIS COLUMN IN A ROOM FILLED WITH HYDROGEN. The typical consumer’s reaction to these warnings is: “What kind of moron would do THAT?” The answer to this question is: “A wealthy moron.” Because the reason these warnings

exist is that somewhere, some time, some consumer with the IQ of a radish actually DID one of these bizarre things, got a lawyer and sued, and a jury decided, what the heck, $300 million sounds about right, but let’s not tell the judge right away because first we should order a pizza. So every year there are more huge productliability awards, and every year manufacturers have to put more warnings in the owners’ manuals, and every year the radish-brains come up with newer, more-innovative ways to injure themselves. There will come a day when every product you buy will come with an actual living lawyer inside the box, sealed in plastic; as soon as you break the seal, the lawyer will emerge and start preparing your product-liability lawsuit. (This system is feasible because productliability lawyers are spore-based organisms who can survive for years without air.) Another reason consumers don’t read manuals is that products today have TOO MANY FEATURES. (I know, I know, I’ve complained

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Master the ART of Cold Calling Talk to most sales or business development professionals, and they’ll tell you they hate cold-calling. It’s not easy to make calls to people you don’t know. For many people, the prospect of making a cold call can range from sheer drudgery to a daunting task. If you feel that way, you cannot succeed in sales, nor can you achieve success in booking appointments prior to the show.

Dialing for Dollars To stay in business, you need to continually find new prospects. In fact, one of the major reasons businesses fail is that they have difficulty finding and winning new customers and obtaining additional distributor representation. Even if your current sales are strong and your customer base seems solid, you always have to seek out new business. There’s a competitor out there just waiting for the opportunity to swipe your customers and distributors from you.

Warming up to a Changing Business Climate Business has changed. Whether you sell an in-demand product or a much-needed service, you may still hear a few seasoned sales pros boast that they don’t need to make cold calls — but that’s not often the case. There is increased competition in every field and industry, so sales people need to work harder to earn their commission. Many business owners and sales pros have made the mistake of feeling too secure with their long-term customers or distributors. The danger is those customers may not (and probably won’t) last forever. Suddenly, a customer doesn’t renew or reorder. Another loyal customer decides to change providers or makes the decision to cut costs. A distributor drops your line. Now what? With their feeling of security fading away, these people are now in troubled waters because they failed to seek new business when times were good.

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Access to customers has become more difficult than ever before. Modern technology (especially voice¬mail and caller ID) has separated the seller from the buyer. In spite of that, prospects are still bombarded by hundreds of sales pitches every day. We also exist in a tough economy, and increased competition has made customers even more cynical and skeptical. Plus, most companies are understaffed and their people are overburdened. Customers simply can’t respond to every sales pitch and still get their work done. If you’re lucky enough to get someone to return your call, you’ll probably be playing a lot of telephone tag. That is, if you actually get through the gatekeeper and find out the name of the real decision maker. Determine the best time to contact that potential customer. Here’s a true story from an equipment dealer salesperson. He knew his logging customer stopped working at noon each Friday to pull maintenance on the machines. The logger had lunch brought in for the crew. They sat around and discussed problems and accomplishments for the week just past and the opportunities for the week ahead. The salesman showed up with a case of beer or dessert each week or every other week. He also brought any parts that the customer said were needed and occasionally brought along the assistant service manager or parts manager to answer any technical questions that the logging crew or their maintenance people had. They were non-selling bull sessions out in the woods but they enabled that salesperson to build a relationship with the customer such that only that dealer’s equipment was on the job site. Find out about your customers work habits, and try to determine the best time to call.

Simplify the Art of the Cold Call Selling isn’t always about closing. It’s about opening! Open doors by warming up that cold call and get to the decision maker. If you don’t know who the decision maker is, your first task is to find out. Time is precious to you. Much of it is lost if you spend it speaking to the wrong person. Ask for the

appropriate department first, or ask the person who answers the phone: “To whom am I speaking, please?” Then say, “Miss Smith, would you please assist me and tell me who in your company I would speak to regarding…” Don’t sound weak and ask, “May I speak to the owner of the business?” If you do, you’ll sound like a telemarketer.

Get Past the Gatekeeper to the Decision Maker Often, when you’re trying to reach the decision maker, you must go through a receptionist, secretary, or assistant. As you well know, they usually screen you with, “May I tell him whose calling?” Or, “Will she know the nature of your call?” Or, “Is there something I can help you with?” (Often, we hear the gatekeeper say, “Will he/she know what this is about?”—Tacky!) While this can be challenging, keep this in mind: Like you, gatekeepers are human beings who are working hard to make their living—. What they do have is built in “radar” that tells them someone is seeking to get past them to do a hard sell on their boss. Part of their job is to protect their boss from annoying sales calls. To win-over gatekeepers, you must first think from their perspective. They are inundated with calls from people who want to speak to their boss. They don’t like aggressive salespeople. And they certainly don’t like people who speak to them as if they are not important. You need to think of them as VIPs who just might have interest in helping their boss identify cost saving opportunities, new products, new services, new trends, new information and new contacts that might provide value to their company. There are many ways to approach a gatekeeper. One scenario might go like this… You: “Good day, to whom am I speaking, please?” (If they haven’t already identified themselves.) Ms. Jones, is Ms. Smith available? This is John Adams from XYZ calling.” (Don’t put them in a position where they have to ask who you are and what company you are with. It’s a waste of time for both of you.) If they say, “What’s the nature of your call?” reply with, “Ms. Jones, perhaps you can assist me. (Or, “Would you be so kind as to assist me?”) I’m calling to determine whether Ms. Smith may have interest in…” If they say, “Would you like to leave her a voice mail message?” Respond by saying, “Is there a time you might suggest I call when I may be able to reach her?” If she doesn’t tell you, then say, “Yes, I would like her voice mail. Could you connect me please?” The next time you call, say, “Oh Hello Ms. Jones, this is John Adams. Can you tell me — is Ms. Smith available?” If you are put into voicemail, leave another message. The third time you call, say, “Ms. Jones, I wonder if you would help me. I’ve been trying to reach Ms. Smith for a while, and have not been able to speak to her. Would you be so kind as to ask her if I might have just a few minutes of her time first thing Monday a.m.? Would it be possible to schedule a phone appointment?” Your chances of getting the gatekeeper to respond well will be increased if you are humble, courteous, and if you ask questions. If you are warm, and even get them to laugh, your chances are even better. Most people like those who have a good sense of humor.

Leave a Voice Mail Perhaps you think it’s a waste of time to leave a voice mail message. If you do, you’re wrong. First of all, you won’t waste a phone call, and second, when you leave a voice mail you’re beginning to develop a relationship. Every call is a relationship-building activity. Another reason it’s best to leave a message, is that everyone has caller-ID now, and they already know you’re trying to call them. Why make yourself look foolish and not leave a professional sounding message? As you know, the customer or distributor is sharp. They know when someone sounds professional, knowledgeable, and warm. While they may not return your call, you may

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Christine CORELLI from page 96 find that if you keep calling (without being pesky), chances are likely you’ll eventually get to speak to them. If you can’t stand the disappointment, don’t expect them to call back. Rather, expect you’ll have to continue to call them until you are lucky enough to catch them. And you probably already know this one: Many busy people (like you and I) come in very early, stay late, and even come in on Saturdays to work. Sad, but true. Call them at 7:30 a.m. or at 5:30 p.m. weekdays, or on a Saturday morning. Even if they have caller-ID, you’d be surprised how many times people will answer their phones, not thinking it’s a business call. Then, act surprised when they answer! A word to the wise: Always think how you would like to be treated if you were the customer. Modify your approach with that in mind, and you’ll have a better chance of winning them over.

What to Do When You GET the Decision-maker! You scored! You got to the decision-maker. Now is your big chance. Here’s a good approach: “Mr. Jones, my name is Jeff. I’ll be very brief. The reason for my call is to inquire as to whether you would like to hear what my company is doing for other manufacturers to help them cut expenses. Do you have just a couple minutes?”

Overcoming Call Reluctance Before you pick up the phone, you need to make sure you’re in the right-frame of mind to call. Following are ways to think about cold calling to reduce your stress and make you more successful.

You are simply attempting to speak to another human being. Don’t put the person on a pedestal. Think of them as a friend who is making a living — just like you. Think of your call as a conversation that’s about to take place. Imagine the person is in your own living room, and you are simply asking questions and casually chatting. Remember, you’re likely to hear rejection, so don’t take it personally. Move on! Be confident. You now have improved your communication skills, and have the ammunition you need in your memory.

Sound Highly Professional Never forget to sound highly professional and conversational. Don’t leave a voicemail with weak words like these: “I’m John Jones. I’m calling to see if you received the packet of information I sent.” You will sound too common if not downright pathetic. If you don’t sound highly professional on the phone, you’ll never get results. Also, refrain from sounding overly upbeat or enthusiastic. You will turn people off. Never sound like you’re giving a canned speech. Don’t speak too fast or too slow.

Use Voicemail Effectively As you know, more often than not, you’ll get voicemail. First, listen to the message the person has recorded. Occasionally, the message will tell you their schedule — “I’m in meetings this morning, and will be in the office this afternoon.” Or, “I’m out of town and will be back in the office on Friday.” Leave a message stating that you know Friday will be a busy “catch-up” day, and that you’ll call them Monday.” Then, make sure you do!

Corelli Tips on Leaving a Voice-Mail Message

Know When to Throw in the Towel

• Start with “Good Day Mr. Jones, my name is John Smith from XYZ, my number is (000) 000-1234. The purpose of my call is to….” • State the reason for your call. Use a Sixty Second Elevator pitch to state who you are, what you do, and why you’re calling. State the benefits of what you offer. Then, either say “Won’t you please return my call?” Or, “I’ll give you a call in a few days.” • Don’t sound like you’re in a hurry. Speak slowly and distinctly. Be clear, concise, and brief. • Always leave your phone number twice. Say it at the beginning of your message and once again at the end. (Even if you know the person knows you, and it’s not a cold call, leave your phone number. The person may be away from the office and not have access to your phone number.) • Unless your name happens to be “Smith” or “Jones” spell it.

When should you stop calling a qualified prospect who doesn’t return your calls? Until you hear the words “NO, I’m not interested,” the best approach is to limit the number of times you’re going to attempt to reach someone gradually over a period of time. If you don’t, you’ll be viewed as a “pest” instead of a knowledgeable and professional sales pro who has a great deal to offer a company. Some studies suggest that a prospect needs to hear from you seven times before they will pay attention. While this may be true, I’d say a better rule of thumb is to call every 10 days, for a total of three times. If you don’t receive a return call, don’t throw in the towel! Simply call them less frequently. Try once a month, or once every two months, and you’ll get better results. Call! Your timing might be right too! Even though you know that your chances for success are stronger when you can make a “warm” call, discipline yourself to block out some time each day to make a significant number of cold calls. Leave no stone unturned. If there’s business out there for you, you need to go get it. Bite the bullet, pick up the phone, and learn how to perfect the ART of the COLD CALL.

If You Sense Your Prospect is Busy If you say everything the right way, but you hear a sigh from your prospect, or can sense from the sound of their voice that you’ve called at a bad time, graciously make a statement followed by a quick question all in one breath such as these: • “Perhaps, I’ve called you at a bad time. May I have your permission to call you later in the week, Mr. Jones?” • “May I send you a quick e-mail about what we’re discussing and follow up with a call in a few days?” Remember, these lessons apply to cold calls only. Once you speak with someone, you’ll need to use different methods to keep your name in front of them. You’ll need to tap into your creativity and keep calling!

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CX B Series Offers Proportional Auxiliary Hydraulic Controls Case Construction Equipment existing machines in the field. recently announced three new control A new 4-way blade, available on and performance features to the Case the CX31B, CX 36B and CX50B, CX B Series compact excavator line offers increased productivity in — proportional auxiliary hydraulic trenching applications. Operators control, swing tower foot pedal conwill be able to dig the trench and then trol and a 4-way dozer blade. angle the blade for quick backfilling Available on the CX27B, CX31B, of the trench without repositioning CX36B and CX50B, proportional the machine multiple times. auxiliary hydraulic control allows Case compact excavators are all operators to regulate the hydraulic zero tail swing configuration, makflow to attachments. This will control ing them useful in all applications, the speed of attachments for better especially those that require digging handling and manipulation, enabling in tight spaces. Case compact excathe operator to precisely control the vators are equipped with features closing speed of a thumb or grapple like a standard feature control pattern or the rotational speed of a rotator. selector valve, rubber tracks, pilotThe swing tower foot pedal control operated hand controls and oneallows for simultaneous function touch engine deceleration that give command over the swing tower and them operating smoothness and prehouse. Operators will now be able to cision. swing the tower and house at the The full line of Case CX B Series same time, enabling them to quickly compact excavators includes the position the CX B Series compact CX17B, CX27B, CX31B, CX36B excavators to dig parallel to buildings and CX50B. Case also offers a full and other objects. range of excavators, including four The proportional auxiliary minimum swing radius and nine hydraulic control and swing tower standard excavators. foot pedal control also are available Available on the CX27B, CX31B, CX36B and CX50B, proportional auxiliary hydraulic control For more information, visit as a dealer installation to retrofit allows operators to regulate the hydraulic flow to attachments. www.casece.com.

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Fear of Filing The law empowers and encourages the Internal Revenue Service to make life decidedly disagreeable for people who intentionally fail to file their returns at tax time. The key federal statute is the Internal Revenue Code, which authorizes the imposition of severe sanctions, both criminal and civil, on those who fail to comply with our “voluntary” system. First, consider the provisions for criminal offenses. The one most frequently invoked, Code Section 7203, makes willful failure to file a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of as much as $25,000 and a jail sentence of up to one year, or both, plus the costs of prosecution. For instance, the feds successfully targeted a CPA on failure-to-file charges. An appeals court rejected the CPA’s contention that his records were too sloppy for him to file proper returns. An airline pilot’s conviction was upheld by an appeals court, which held that the pilot was not entitled to have the jury hear

psychiatric testimony about the pilot’s obsession with the idea that payment of taxes is voluntary. For more serious situations, the feds have the option to bring charges under Section 7201 for willful evasion. This offense is a felony, the punishment for which is a maximum fine of $100,000 and five years in prison, or both, plus prosecution costs. Because of budget constraints and crowded court dockets, Uncle Sam subjects relatively few taxpayers to criminal prosecutions. So let’s look next at what the Internal Revenue routinely does: Slap nonfilers with civil penalties. Those severe, nondeductible penalties are in addition to nondeductible interest charges. Under Section 6651, the Revenue Service can exact a late-filing penalty — generally, five percent of the balance due for each month, or part of a month, that a Form 1040 is overdue. The maximum penalty is 25 percent of the balance due (the amount that remains unpaid after subtractions for

taxes previously paid through withholdings from wages and quarterly payments of estimated taxes). Example: A balance due of $10,000 means a penalty of $500 a month and as much as $2,500 for a more-than-fourmonths-tardy return. The severity of the penalty escalates considerably when the IRS accumulates sufficient evidence to establish that the late filing is due to fraud, in which event, the Section 6651 penalty jumps from 25 to 75 percent. To escape responsibility for civil fraud penalties, taxpayers frequently contend that the first failure to file caused their later failures to file. How come? Because submitting returns for subsequent years would reveal their initial nonfiling to the IRS, which then would press criminal charges — an argument that leaves the courts unmoved. For instance, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals refused to attach any significance to the underlying fear of a criminal prose-

cution. To do so, observed the court, would “open a Pandora’s box of illusory defenses to the fraud penalty.” In addition to the late-filing penalty, the IRS can assess a late-payment penalty. Also, you are liable for interest from April 15 on the balance due. Forget about any deductions for interest on overdue taxes.

Free help on ways to trim taxes for this year and get a head start for next year is available from Julian Block, a nationally recognized attorney and author based in Larchmont, N.Y. He has been cited as “a leading tax professional” (New York Times), “an accomplished writer on taxes,” (Wall Street Journal) and “an authority on tax planning” (Financial Planning Magazine). Email julianblock@yahoo.com to request a complimentary PDF file. The file contains newspaper and magazine articles that offer advice on tax strategies. Learn to sidestep pitfalls and take advantage of frequently missed, perfectly legal opportunities that can save thousands of dollars. Information about Block’s books is on his Web site, www.julianblocktaxexpert.com.


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2005 Cat 420D, 972 hours ................................$49,000 2006 Cat 420EIT, 773 hours ................................$65,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

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Coupler Industry Giants Team Up Private Sector Union Two names in quick coupler technology have joined forces to form a single company committed to bringing innovative coupler products, buckets and additional work tools to customers in North America. The new firm, MillerBaird LLC, will be headed up by Randy and James Baird, founders and former principals with JRB Company Inc., as well as Keith, Gary and Jacqui Miller of European coupler manufacturer, Miller U.K. Ltd. The partnership, driven by mutual areas of product expertise, as well as a belief in the value of customer service, and a confidence that North America will emerge from the current slowdown as a truly viable market, brings together two of the world’s premier players in loader and excavator coupler technology. “When two entities such as ours enter into a partnership,” said Keith Miller, “there can really only be one outcome. Our vision as a company is to become the go-to source for buckets, couplers and associated work tools throughout North America. We will do that by offering what many in business seem to have forgotten today: a commitment to a superior product, and a real desire to back it with unmatched service.” According to Randy Baird, the joining together of these two groups was born out of repeated encounters over the years. “We’ve known the Millers for a long time from chance meetings at trade shows and the like,” he said. “So, in late August of this year, we held a series of discussions to look at the viability of a partnership. We all quickly recognized that, by combining knowledge, experience, and our mutually solid work ethic, we could bring innovative, reliable, productive products — at an exceptional value — to customers using all machine brands across North America. We feel we’re on track to doing that.” MillerBaird has history on its side, given that Miller U.K. Ltd. is the only quick coupler manufacturer to have been chosen by the majority of the world’s leading OEMs as their coupler producer of choice: branding Miller couplers in their colors, imprinting them as their product, selling them through their respective dealer networks, etc. Added James Baird: “Through this partnership we have created a company that immediately brings more than a halfcentury of experience in the design, manufacturing and marketing of couplers and attachments for wheel loaders and excavators. There is not another company of this type that can make that claim. Equally important, however, is the fact that serving the customer — and listening to their input — is a notion shared by everyone on board.” Headquartered out of Akron, Ohio, MillerBaird recently launched its Pin Grabber Advanced (PGA) fully-automatic coupler for hydraulic excavators to the North American market. “Until recently, that particular coupler was only available through the CAT dealer network,” said James Baird. “However, it has proven extremely popular with operators, so we are now making it available for all leading machine brands through MillerBaird. We are committed to helping contractors and operators maximize the versatility of their machines; this is just the tip of the iceberg in our push to do so.” About the Bairds The Baird name is recognized across the United States for its line of products invented and sold under the JRB brand. Randy Baird founded JRB Company Inc. in 1983, initially designing and building wheel loader buckets. As the industry changed however, and advances in technology gathered pace, Baird and his team looked at introducing a coupler device that would allow a wheel loader more versatility and by extension, additional productivity. In 1985, the JRB wheel loader coupler was launched, enabling operators to

switch between a host of attachments on the same machine quickly. The popularity of the loader coupler fueled significant growth and further development of new products. Recognizing the ever-growing popularity of hydraulic excavators, JRB turned its focus toward development of a coupler system for those machines and, in 1993 introduced the firstgeneration JRB coupler for excavators. As the business continued to expand, now with son James on board, so did Randy Baird’s vision: JRB was the first company to set up value partnerships with its CustomWorks group with many of the leading machine brands in North America. “We have learned and demonstrated over the years that having strong relationships with our customers creates the opportunity for clear communication and the likelihood of success for all parties. It is our goal to help equip the machines so that they are more efficient and profitable, making them more attractive to the end-user.” In 2004, Baird was approached by ATI (later to become Paladin Brands), to consider the sale of his company. After much deliberation, he finally decided to part with the business that he had founded; the sale was completed in August 2004. About the Millers Founded in 1978 by three siblings: Keith, Gary and Jacqui Miller, Miller U.K. Ltd. was initially established as a repair and maintenance service for the quarrying, mining and construction industries. Much like Randy Baird, Keith Miller’s main desire was to build a business that could make a real difference to his customers. The firm established itself throughout the 1980s repairing, designing and manufacturing buckets for wheeled loaders and excavators. A major breakthrough came in 1986, when a chance meeting with an international business colleague led to the introduction of the Miller quick-hitch coupler for hydraulic excavators. While demonstrating this innovative tool at a UK exhibition, Miller was approached by representatives from Caterpillar to discuss incorporating the coupler technology onto Cat’s backhoe range of machines. By 1989, Miller had signed a global agreement with Caterpillar to supply the equipment giant with coupler products that would be distributed through CAT’s dealer network worldwide. Miller U.K. continued to expand and its internal design team, headed up by Gary Miller focused on further improving its current existing coupler design. The result of those efforts was the Miller Pin Grabber Advanced (PGA), a fully automatic, universal coupler capable of picking up attachments from a range of pin spreads. Since joining forces with Caterpillar, more than 35,000 Miller units have been sold into North America alone, with global sales in excess of 250,000 units, making the Pin Grabber Advanced the most successful excavator quick coupler on the market. In addition to CAT adaptability, the PGA also is supplied and OEM branded for CNH, JCB, Volvo and many other leading brands. For three decades now, the Millers say their philosophy has focused on “The Three P’s”: people, products and performance. The company believes that having the right people ensures that the correct products are supplied which, in turn, perform to their customers’ expectations and beyond. According to Jacqui Miller, the corporate philosophy and company ethos of their colleagues in America are very similar to those that are at the root of Miller U.K. “We both believe that good people make a successful business and that the requirements of our customers always come first. That, we all believe, is at the root of all successful endeavors.” For more information, call 877/769-2611 or visit www.millerbaird.com.

Membership Shrinks in the United States By Sam Hananel ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

WASHINGTON (AP) The number of union workers in the United States employed by the government for the first time outnumbered union ranks in the private sector last year, the result of massive layoffs that plunged the rate of private sector union membership to a record low. Local, state and federal government workers made up 51.5 percent of all union members in 2009, up from 48.7 percent a year ago, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Jan. 22. Overall, union membership declined by 771,000 workers, to 15.3 million. But with the number of nonunion workers also shrinking, the rate of union membership fell only slightly to 12.3 percent of all workers from 12.4 percent in 2008. Private sector union membership plummeted by 10 percent, while government unions posted slight gains. The shift shows the continued difficulty unions face in trying to revive a movement that has declined steadily since its peak of about 35 percent of workers in the 1950s. And it undermines the traditional ability of unions to push private sector wages higher. While public sector employment has largely held up in the recession, losses could hit government workers harder this year without more federal aid to states and localities. The recession battered two industries with high union density — manufacturing and construction — leading to a decline in private sector union membership from 7.6 percent to 7.2 percent of all workers. That’s the lowest rate since the agency began keeping records in 1983. Much of the problem for unions is that private employers have been more successful in resisting union organizing drives. “Employers can retaliate against private sector workers who want to form a union with impunity, and in the public sector it doesn’t work that way,” said Damon Silvers, policy director at the AFL-CIO, the nation’s largest U.S. labor federation. Local government workers — a group that includes teachers, police officers and firefighters — had the highest union membership rate at 43.3 percent. Many states allow public sector employees to form unions through a process known as majority sign-up or “card check.” That allows workers to form a union by signing cards instead of holding a secretballot vote. Passing legislation in Congress that would make it easier for private sector workers to unionize has been a top priority of organized labor. But that is unlikely to pass this year, now that a Republican victory in a special election in Massachusetts has cost Senate Democrats and their independent allies their 60-seat majority needed to advance legislation in the 100-member Senate.

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February 7-10, 2010 – SHOW. THE RENTAL SHOW returns to Orlando, FL at the Orange County Convention Center. The show will be in the North-South building, which is where the 2006 Show was held. Exhibitors and Rental Store Attendees can call 800-334-2177. February 9-10, 2010 – EXPO. Pittsburgh Construction EXPO to be held at the Monroeville Convention Center, Monroeville, PA. For ticket and further information, please contact Sheila Kirby (800523-2200) or Bob Buckley (800-992-7116) at Construction Equipment Guide, Ft. Washington, PA. February 24-25, 2010 – EXPO. Chicago, IL Construction Expo to be held at the Schaumburg Convention Center, Schaumburg, IL. For tickets and further information please contact Sheila Kirby (800-523-2200) or Bob Buckley (800-9927116) at Construction Equipment Guide, Fort Washington, PA. February 27 to March 3, 2010 – International Hardware Fair. International Hardware Fair Cologne 2010, Cologne, Germany. For more information regarding this event contact Chris Beavers, Koelnmesse, Inc. at 773-326-9928. March 9-10, 2010 – EXPO. Philadelphia Construction EXPO to be held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, Oaks, PA. For ticket and further information, please contact Sheila Kirby (800523-2200) or Bob Buckley (800-992-7116) at Construction Equipment Guide, Ft. Washington, PA. March 17-20, 2010 – CONVENTION ‘10. Mark your calendar! AGC’s 91st Annual Convention will be held at the Marriott Orlando World Center in Orlando, FL. More information will be posted as soon as it is available. March 18-19, 2010 – EXPO. Midwest Construction Expo to be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN. For tickets and further information please contact Sheila Kirby (800-523-2200) or Bob Buckley (800-992-7116) at Construction Equipment Guide, Fort Washington, PA. June 1-5, 2010 – EXPO. ConExpo Russia 2010, Crocus International Exhibition Center, Moscow, Russia. ConExpo Russia is a new construction exhibition supported by the Russian government, Russian contractor groups, and the manufacturers who exhibit. It is the gathering place of the construction, utility and forestry industries in Russia and surrounding states, featuring the latest in equipment technologies and education. The Russian construction industry is booming. With continued growth potential and infrastructure projects in the nonresidential construction, forestry and utility industries, companies are looking to the Russian market to expand their enterprise. For more information visit: www.conexporussia.com and email: info@conexporussia.com and phone: 800-867-6060. March 22-26, 2011 – EXPO. CONEXPO-CON/AGG, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. CONEXPO-CON/AGG will be the world’s largest international gathering place in 2011 for the construction and construction materials industries, showcasing the latest equipment, services and technologies. For more information, visit: www.conexpoconagg.com; E-mail: info@conexpoconagg.com or phone: 800-867-6060. March 22-26, 2011 – International Exposition. Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. IFPE 2011 - the International Exposition for Power Transmission is the leading international exposition and technical conference for hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and mechanical power transmission components, systems and controls. For information visit: www.ifpe.com; E-mail: info@ifpe.com or phone 800-867-6060.

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1-9. Saturday, January 30 14. Saturday, March 6: Sunday, February 7: KISSIMMEE, SACRAMENTO (GALT), FLORIDA: Annual 9 Day Sale of the CALIFORNIA: LARGE Rental Return Latest and Greatest Construction, Auction of Late Model Bobcat, Aerials, Forklifts, Cranes, Truck Takeuchi, JCB Compact Construction & Tractors, Dump Trucks and All Types of Support Equipment. Trailers and Support Equipment – THE Saturday, March 13: REAL SALE! 8 DAYS ON SITE - plus 15. CLEVELAND, OHIO: Complete 1 DAY IN TAMPA - COMPLETE LIQLiquidation Dump Trucks, Truck UIDATION! Tractors, Support & Construction 10. Wednesday, February 24: Equipment. DALLAS (FT. WORTH), TEXAS: Late Model Construction, Aerial, 16. Friday, March 19: Forklifts, Support Equipment, Trucks & ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Large Rental Trailers. Return Auction of Large Quantity of 11. 2 Day Auction! Friday, JCB Hydraulic Excavators, Telescopics, February 26 & Saturday, February Aerial Lifts, Backhoes & Support 27: Equipment. GREENSBORO, NORTH 17. Tuesday, March 23: CAROLINA: Very Large Complete HOUSTON, TEXAS: Rental Fleet Liquidation of Earthmoving, Support Construction, Support Equipment, Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Office Equipment. Large Quantity Case Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers. Tooling, Buckets & Attachments, Shop 18-20. Thursday, March 25Equipment. Saturday, March 27: ATLANTIC 12. Thursday, March 4: CITY, NEW JERSEY: Annual 3 Day SYRACUSE, NEW YORK: Complete Construction, Aerial, Forklift, Support, Liquidation of Major Trucking Truck & Trailer Auction. THE Company. Truck Tractors, Trailers, LARGEST IN THE NORTHEAST! Support Equipment. 13.

Friday, March 5: QUERETARO, MEXICO: Large Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support Equipment & More Auction.

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Sunday, April 11: SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA: 15 LATE MODEL (up to 2008) TRUCK WRECKERS, (25) TRUCK TRACTORS, (300) VAN TRAILERS, (25) CONTAINERS. Enormous amount of take out engines, transmissions, rears & large quantity parts trucks.

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Friday, April 16: MANASSAS, VIRGINIA: Late Model Cat & John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Aerials & Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers.

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Friday, April 23: BANGOR, MAINE: Late Model Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklift, Truck & Trailer Auction.

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Friday, April 23: AGUASCALIENTES, MEXICO: Large Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support Equipment & More Auction.

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SUNDAY, MAY 9: CANASTOTA, NEW YORK: Large Compact, Utility, Support Equipment, Plus Construction, Aerials & Forklifts, Support.

27. DTBA: NEWARK, NEW JERSEY: Rental Fleet Construction, Aerial, Telescopic Equipment, Trucks & Trailers. 28. DTBA: MIDDLETOWN (FLORIDA), NEW YORK: Late Model Construction, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers.

Friday, April 9: MONTEREY, MEXICO: Large Complete Liquidation 29. DTBA: DETROIT, One Owner Construction, Aerial MICHIGAN: Complete Liquidation of Equipment, Support & More. Construction & Support Equipment.

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com Phone: 315-633-2944 • Dallas, TX Wed., February 24, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Aerial, Forklifts, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Greensboro, NC Fri., February 26, 2010 For: Very Large Complete Liquidation Earthmoving, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Syracuse, NY Thurs., March 4, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Major Trucking Company. Truck Tractors, Trailers, Support Equipment • Queretero, Mexico Fri., March 5, 2010 For: Large Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support Equipment & More. • Sacramento (Galt), CA Sat., March 6, 2010 For: Large Rental Return Auction of Late Model Bobcat, Takeuchi, JCB Compact Construction and Support Equipment • Cleveland, OH Sat, March 13, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Support and Construction Equipment • Atlanta, GA Fri, March 19, 2010 For: Large Rental Return Auction of Large Quantity of JCB Hyd. Excavators, Telescopics, Aerial Lifts, Backhoes & Support Equipment • Houston, TX Wed., March 24, 2010 For: Rental Fleet Construction, Support, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers • Atlantic City, NJ Thurs.-Sat, March 25-27, 2010 For: Annual 3 Day Construction, Aerial, Forklift, Support, Truck & Trailer Auction • Monterey, Mexico Fri., April 9, 2010 For: Large Complete Liquidation of Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support and More • Scranton, PA Sun., April 11, 2010 For: Late Model Truck Wreckers, Truck Tractors, Van Trailers, Enormous Amounts of Take Out Engines, etc… • Manassas, VA Fri., April 16, 2010 For: Late Model Cat & John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Bangor, ME Fri., April 23, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklift, Truck & Trailer Auction

• Aguascalientes, Mexico Fri., April 23, 2010 For: Large Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support Equipment & More Auction.

Coming Auctions

• Canastota, NY Sun., May 9, 2010 For: Large Compact, Utility, Support Equipment, Plus Construction, Aerials & Forklifts, Support Equipment Auction

• Denver, C March 16-17, 2010

• Newark, NJ DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Geelong, VIC, Australia March 18, 2010

• Middletown (Florida), NY DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Montreal, QC, CAN March 18-19, 2010

• Detroit, MI DATE TBA For: Complete Liquidation of Construction and Support Equipment. RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com Phone: 402-421-2631

• Columbus, OH March 17, 2010 • St. Louis, MO March 18, 2010

JOSEPH FINN CO., INC. www.josephfinn.com Phone: 617-964-1886 • Holbrook, MA Thurs., February 25, 2010 For: Loaders, Boom Crane, Grader, Excavator, Dump Trucks, Trailers, Plows, Skid Steer

• Caorso, Italy March 18, 2010

• Salt Lake City, UT March 19, 2010 • Minneapolis, MN March 19, 2010 • Albuquerque, NM March 23, 2010 • Statesville, NC March 23, 2010 • Chilliwack, BC, CAN March 24, 2010 • Hartford, CT March 24, 2010

GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP www.gforceauction.com Phone: 877-631-0650 • West Friendship, MD Sat., February 27, 2010 For: Maryland Contractor and Truck Auction IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com Phone: 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., March 5, 2010 • Portage, WI Fri., April 16, 2010

• Lakeland, FL Fri., February 19, 2010 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Harrisonburg, VA Sat., February 27, 2010 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com Phone: 860-642-4200 • Plainfield, CT Fri., February 5, 2010 For: Inventory from a Well Established Commercial & Institutional Fixture Installation Company • Franklin, CT Tues., February 9, 2010 For: Truck Tractors, Dumps, Van & Utility Body Trucks, Boom & Bucket Trucks, Vans, Buses, Wreckers & Fleet Vehicles • Franklin, CT Thurs. – Sat., February 8-10, 2010 For: Trucks, Trailers, Construction & Earthmoving Equipment, Crushing & Screening, Support Equipment

• Hyderbad, India February 3, 2010

• Houston, TX March 24, 2010

• Las Vegas, NV February 5, 2010

• London, ONT, CAN March 25, 2010

• Torreon, Mexico February 10, 2010

• Atlanta, GA March 25-26, 2010

• Tipton, CA February 12, 2010

• Grand Prairie, AB, CAB March 29, 2010

• Foley, MN Fri., September 17, 2010

• Lebanon, TN Sat., March 13, 2010 For: 21st Annual Spring Auction

• Rome, Italy February 13, 2010

• Kansas City, MO March 30, 2010

• Portage, WI Fri., October 15, 2010

• Lebanon, TN Sat., June 19, 2010

• Orlando, FL February 15-20, 2010 Annual Florida Auction

• Regina, SK, CAN March 30, 2010

• Foley, MN Fri., December 3, 2010

• Lebanon, TN Sat., September 18, 2010

• Moerdijk, The Netherlands February 24-26, 2010 • Ft. Worth, TX February 25-26, 2010 • Los Angeles, CA March 1-2, 2010 • Dubai, UAE March 1-3, 2010 • Toronto, ONT, CAN March 2-3, 2010

• Northeast, MD March 30-31, 2010 • Moncofa, Spain April 15, 2010 • Pittsburgh, PA May 20, 2010 DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com Phone: 601-656-9768

• Foley, MN Fri., June 4, 2010 • Portage, WI Fri., July 16, 2010

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com Phone: 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Thurs. February 4, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

• Philadelphia, MS Wed. - Fri., March 24-26, 2010

• Thurs. February 11, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

• Polotitlan, Mexico March 5, 2010

• Philadelphia, MS Wed. - Thurs., May 26-27, 2010

• Thurs./Fri. February 25-26, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

• St. Aubin Sur Gallion, France March 5, 2010

• Philadelphia, MS Thurs., July 15, 2010

• Olympia, WA March 4-5, 2010

• Sacramento, CA March 8-9, 2010 • Edmonton, AB, CAN March 10-12, 2010

INSIGHT AUCTIONEERS www.insightauction.com Phone: 863-386-1225

• Ocana, Spain March 11-12, 2010

• Sebring, FL Saturday, March 13, 2010

• Chicago, IL March 11-12, 2010

• Sebring, FL Saturday, May 15, 2010

• Brisbane, QLD, Australia March 16, 2010

• Sebring, FL Saturday, July 17, 2010

• Nashville, TN March 16, 2010

• Sebring, FL Saturday, September 18, 2010

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

• Lebanon, TN Sat., December 11, 2010 TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC. www.tmauction.com Phone: 813-986-2485 • Tampa, FL Sat., February 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., March 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., April 10, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., May 8, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., June 12, 2010

LONE STAR AUCTIONS www.lonestaronline.com Phone: 817-740-9400 • Austin, TX Sat., February 20, 2010 For: State of Texas: Heavy Equipment & Vehicles MANHEIM HEAVY TRUCK & EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS www.manheimheavytruckauctions.com Phone: 800-856-6107

• Tampa, FL Sat., July 10, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., August 14, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., September 11, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., October 9, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., November 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., December 11, 2010

THOMPSON AUCTIONEERS wwwthompsonauctioneers.com Phone: 937-426-8446 • Piqua, OH Thurs., February 11, 2010 For: Lavy Concrete Construction

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com Phone: 800-499-6560 • Rocky Mount, NC Thurs., February 4, 2010 For: Absolute (Unreserved) Auction for AB Rose General Contractors

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net Phone: 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., February 26, 2010 For: Construction, Utility & Forestry Auction

VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP www.vaughanauctiongroup.com Phone: 903-873-6777 • Wills Point, TX Thurs., February 4, 2010 For: Winter Contractor’s Public Auction

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com Phone: 760-731-7760 • Perris, CA Fri., February 12, 2010 For: Construction Equipment • Larchwood, IA Sat., March 27, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com Phone: 800-443-9580 • Romney, W VA Fri., March 6, 2010 For: South Branch Construction • York Springs, PA Fri., March 12, 2010 For: Southern PA Contractors Auction • New Freedom, PA Fri., March 18, 2010 For: Farm Equip Auction • Frederick, MD Fri., April 23, 2010 For: MidAtlantic Contractors Auction

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com Phone: 419-865-3990 • Kissimmee, FL Feb 8 –Feb. 16, 2010 36th Annual Kissimmee, FL Auction


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Roy

Chitwood

Enjoying a Successful Livelihood as a Sales Person In the current volatile job market, it is essential for salespeople to re-examine their career goals as well as their approach to selling. For many, career change has come sooner than they would have expected. Tremors in the economy, from layoffs to outsourcing, have triggered a dramatic weeding out of this country’s sales force. Simply put: there is no longer a need for order takers. To survive and ultimately succeed in selling today, a salesperson must make the personal investment of time and energy in becoming a sales professional. Salespeople who distinguish themselves as professionals will have the advantage in the changing marketplace. Different from the image of salesperson as con artist, a sales professional will get through difficult situations, and in light of today’s economic situation, also will survive in a fledgling economy, more effectively and even more profitably by relying upon their integrity rather than the use of manipulation. As my friend Ray Bagley, the former president of Westland Life Insurance Co. said, “When the seller maintains professional standards the prospect becomes more trusting and open to your proposal.” Twenty-five years of training thousands of salespeople has shown me that many people enter the sales field because of the potential for financial reward. However, the most successful people soon find their focus has shifted from money to the service they are performing for their customers. A true sales professional honors not only their own integrity but the integrity of their occupation by choosing

to be of service to the customer and by making their customers’ needs primary. Sales professionals choose to give of themselves without the expectation of immediate return. To build a successful career in sales and truly be of service to your customers, there are several important traits necessary for you to possess. Visualize them as building blocks of a pyramid, a structure that exemplifies permanency, withstanding the harsh elements and the test of time. First you must possess a keen interest in selling. Being interested in your career means you are excited to be a salesperson. You’re enthusiastic, diligent and willing to learn and continue your education. Utilize all the information available that will cause you to become as successful as you are capable of becoming. Make the decision to develop, practice and apply this information toward your success. The common thread among great salespeople is their positive attitude. Superior salespeople understand that they are in the business of selling and they wholeheartedly embrace their profession. Through their attitude they expect and create success. They make choices that produce positive results and look for the positive in every situation. Energy is the willingness to develop your capacity to succeed by getting a little better every day. If you did your job a little better today than you did it yesterday and a little better still the following day — and the next day, and the next — can you imagine the kind of impact this would have on your career in just one year? Successful salespeople are willing to put in the time and effort it takes to get ahead because they possess a passion

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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PUBLIC EQUIPMENT & INVENTORY REDUCTION AUCTION with equipment from

NOR’EASTER INSTALLATIONS, INC. (Property Sold)

PUBLIC AUCTION of SPECIAL FLEET LEASE INVENTORY from M&T BANK & LENDERS FLEET SERVICE & ATLANTIC TRUCKING, INC. & SALEM LEASING & SEVERAL NATIONAL FLEET LEASE/FINANCE COMPANIES

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH, 10:00 AM 22 CENTER PARKWAY, PLAINFILED, CT 06374 INVENTORY FROM A WELL ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL FIXTURE INSTALLATION COMPANY

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NO INTERNET BIDDING FOR THIS AUCTION

NOTE: SORRY NO CONSIGNMENTS

3 DAYS - 1000’s OF LOTS - 3 DAYS MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 9 & 10, 9:00 AM 275 ROUTE 32, N. FRANKLIN, CT 06254 DAY 1 – THURSDAY, APRIL 8TH DUMPS, REFUSE & ROLLOFF TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS & TRAILERS DAY 2 – FRIDAY, APRIL 9TH CONSTRUCTION, EARTH MOVING & LAND CLEARING EQUIP, CRUSHING & SCREENING DAY 3 – SATURDAY, APRIL 10TH CONTRACTOR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT TERMS: Complete payment day of sale in Cash, Certified or Guaranteed Funds. ONLINE BIDDING THROUGH EQUIPMENTFACTS.COM AVAILABLE. FOR ALL AUCTIONS UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED

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for what they do. They allow their positive attitude to propel them to put forth the extra effort it takes to succeed. Often sales professionals endure a tremendous amount of rejection. Thus, it is essential that those who enter the selling profession believe wholeheartedly in their product or service, and that they have a true desire to not only serve their customers, but to get a little better at it every day. Salespeople are not born, they are taught. Therefore, to sell most effectively, you must learn a precise, step-by-step procedure, a sales method that covers all the points in the selling process, leaving nothing to chance. To their detriment, many salespeople have neither learned nor implemented a selling system, thus they fail to establish rapport with their prospects, investigate their clients’ needs, or demonstrate how their product and/or service can fulfill those needs. Salespeople who cannot perform these important functions will not close many sales. A sales professional must be dedicated to details, to discipline and to their method for accomplishing sales results. The good salesperson learns about the prospect and the prospect’s needs. They implement a selling procedure that will help them gather and organize information to make their presentation attractive to their prospect. Through that method, selling becomes a procedure and ceases to be a problem. Until it becomes a procedure, it will always be a problem. When you have a method to combine with your high degree of interest in building your career, along with the positive attitude and energy it creates, you will become a success. You will witness the birth of a true sales professional.

There is a marvelous self-satisfaction in achieving success and accomplishing something that is important to you. It isn’t based on a stroke of luck or having it handed to you on a silver platter. The professional salesperson who achieves success has worked hard for his or her accomplishments. There are many more points to understand about selling and your future hinges upon your knowledge of them. Having abundant interest, a positive attitude and energy is a great start, but without the sales know-how, you will not find success. Top performers know that school is never out for the professional. Likewise, forming the habit of doing what is necessary distinguishes the winners from the unsuccessful. Successful people are simply unwilling to fail. They will do what is necessary, within ethical and moral boundaries, to succeed. Selling, I believe, is the greatest profession in the world. To become a sales professional, you must focus on building relationships and providing superior service, on setting goals and implementing methods to reach them. Ultimately, to succeed in selling, you must embrace your profession and seek to improve not only yourself but the occupation as a whole every day. Roy Chitwood is an author and consultant on sales and customer service. He is the former president and chairman of Sales & Marketing Executives International and is president of Max Sacks International, Seattle, 800/488-4629, www.maxsacks.com. If you would like to subscribe to his free Tip of the Week, “You’re on Track,” e-mail contact@maxsacks.com.

Major Construction on MLK Memorial Gets Under Way MEMORIAL from page 1

George W. Bush appeared at a ceremonial groundbreaking with Oprah Winfrey and others in 2006. Numerous design approvals and a disagreement with the National Park Service over how to secure the site against domestic terrorism delayed the project. “We had no idea it would take this long,” Jackson said. Still, he said, the years of work will pay off as millions of visitors will eventually see King’s words engraved in stone. “Although it has been a long road, I am extremely fortunate to have an opportunity to be a part of it,” Jackson said. “Obviously, I feel blessed.” The private foundation working to build the memorial is still raising money to complete it. To date, $108 million of the $120 million needed has been raised, spokeswoman Rica Orszag said. In recent months, the Boeing Co. has been running television ads promoting the project. The group also is accepting $5 donations through a text message campaign.

Major infrastructure work will begin in February. It will take seven months to drive 300 concrete piles into the ground to support the granite memorial plaza and towering statue of King, Jackson said. After that, the memorial will begin to slowly take shape. The 28-ft. “Stone of Hope” and “Mountain of Despair” sculptures will arrive in more than 150 pieces by May from China, where they were created. Sculptor Lei Yixin is scheduled to assemble the pieces between August and October. A construction fence has been built around the site, but some places will be left open for visitors to see the progress. In the final phase of construction, King’s famous quotations will be engraved in granite along the water where memorials also honor Presidents Thomas Jefferson and Franklin D. Roosevelt. More than 200 cherry trees with their pink and white blossoms will be planted around the memorial. A dedication and opening is expected in the fall of 2011.


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Online Auction. Thursday, February 11

57

AERIAL WORK PLATFORMS

112 23

DOZERS

GRADERS

183

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BACKHOES

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EXCAVATORS

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LOADERS

50 Asphalt/Paving/Concrete

93 57

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SKID-STEERS

27 Scrapers

134 Attachments & Parts

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81 Forklifs

51 Water Related Equipment

105 On-Road Trailers

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Manheim Imperial Lakeland, FL 800-494-7253 Manheim-Imperial.com Next Sale Feb. 19th

Manheim Harrisonburg Harrisonburg, VA 540-434-5991 Manheim-Harrisonburg.com Next Sale Feb. 27th

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Construction, Utility & Forestry Equipment Auction

Friday, February 26th Auction Location:

@ 9:00 AM 601 Christiana Ave. Wilmington, DE 19801

Please call (302) 654-1846 or

Marty Piela @ (302) 530-9103 for more information Inspection on February 24th & 25th from 8am²5pm

Visit our website for a list of inventory & pictures www.utilityauctions.net Fleet vehicles from Delmarva Power, Con Edison, Orange & Rockland, South Jersey Gas, DE River & Bay Authority, City of Wilmington & others

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

Many N.Y. Spans Rated Worse Than Razed Champlain Bridge BRIDGES from page 1

October because of severe erosion in its concrete piers and brought down by controlled explosions on Dec. 28. The implosion was the start of a nearly two-year project to replace the bridge, which stood about 100 mi. north of Albany. Last May, the Department of Transportation gave the bridge a 3.375 condition rating on a 1-to-7 scale. Ratings of 3 or less indicate serious deterioration or a bridge not functioning as originally designed. DiNapoli said there are 93 bridges in use with condition ratings at or below that 3.375 mark. The Peace Bridge got a 3.3 rating last year. The Department of Transportation stressed that condition ratings â&#x20AC;&#x153;do not directly linkâ&#x20AC;? to the structural safety of a bridge. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I want to once again assure the traveling public that if a bridge is open in New York state, it is safe for use,â&#x20AC;? Acting Commissioner Stanley Gee said. Inspectors are required to assess up to 47 structural elements of a bridge, including 25 components of each span of a bridge, and assign a condition score, said department

spokeswoman Deborah Sturm Rausch. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ratings below 5 do not mean that a bridge is unsafe for public use, but reflect the need for maintenance or rehabilitation of one or more of the possible 47 elements,â&#x20AC;? she said. DiNapoli urged transportation officials to step up the pace in repairing serious defects in highway bridges, especially in the Binghamton and Buffalo regions. Between January 2006 to June 2008, he said auditors found nearly 34 percent of serious highway bridge defects discovered by state inspectors were not handled within deadlines set by the department. But the Department of Transportation said his report â&#x20AC;&#x153;only addresses the timeliness of data entry into a tracking system,â&#x20AC;? adding that the vast majority of repairs took place within specified deadlines. The Peace Bridge Authority has said the span it oversees is in generally good condition and its rating reflects its 80-year-old design rather than its level of safety. In 2007, the bridge got a 55 percent score out of a possible 55 percent for structural adequacy and safety under the National Bridge Inventory Sufficiency Rating, it said.


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Passing the Torch…

NCCER Announces 2010 Trustees Board The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) has elected Carole Bionda, vice president of legal and personnel, NOVA Group, Napa, Calif., as its 2010 board of trustees’ chairperson. Bionda will succeed Rick Graves, senior vice president of operations of Fluor Enterprises Inc., Dallas. Ivan Crossland, CEO, Crossland Construction, will serve as the 2010 NCCER vice chairman. NCCER’s board of trustees consists of representatives from contributing contractors, owners, and NCCER partnering associations. All trustees are recognized for their expertise in construction or construction-related issues and serve a one- to three-year term. Additional 2010 board of trustees members include: Alan Burton, Cianbro Corp; Keith Byrom, Precision Resources; Wayne Crew, Construction Industry Institute; Jim Elmer, James W. Elmer Construction Co.; Tim Ely, Beacon Electric Co.; John Gaylor, Gaylor Inc.; Vincent Giardina, LeGlue Company; Darrell Hargrave, KBR Services; Ray Issa, University of Florida M.E. Rinker School; Andy Jones, Shell Downstream Inc.; Tim Lawrence, SkillsUSA; Carl McColey, DuPont; David Mielke, M.W. Mielke; Bob Parker, Repcon Strickland; Chip Reid, Current Builders; Gerry Sprentall, Intel; Lowell Wiles, Jacobs; and Jonathan Yarbrough, ExxonMobil. About NCCER NCCER is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) education foundation created by the construction industry to develop standardized curriculum with portable credentials and to help address the skilled construction workforce shortage. NCCER is recognized by the industry as the training, assessment, certification, and career development standard for the construction, and maintenance craft professional. For more information, call 888/622-3720 or visit www.nccer.org.

Hope is more powerful than a hurricane

Secured Party Sale @ Public Auction: Re: Stephen A. Paull

LOADERS • BOOM CRANE • GRADER EXCAVATOR • DUMP TRUCKS TRAILERS • PLOWS • SKID STEER

144 Centre St., Holbrook, MA, Thursday, Feb 25, 2010 @ 11 AM 2001 Paystar Eagle 5000 w/28-Ton 110’ Reach Boom Crane, 2000 Cat #966G Front End Loader, Cat #966A Loader, 2003 Cat #160H Road Grader, Cat #225 Excavator, 1998 JD #544G Front End Loader, 1998 Freightliner Tri-Axle Dump, 1997 Mack Tandem Axle Tractor, Cat Skid Steer Loader, AI Dump Trailer, Dump Trucks, Tractors, (15) Up to 14’ HD Plows, Buckets Etc. Terms: Cash, certified, credit card and bank letter of guarantee accompanying check. 10% Buyer Premium. 2.5% Discount for cash or certified and guaranteed funds. All other terms announced at sale. Go to www.pesco.com for further details.


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ADVERTISER INDEX 202 TRUCK & EQUIPMENT ..................................43

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..............................89

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

ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..............................67

DURATECH ............................................................83

METSO MINERALS SCREENING ........................72

ACR EQUIPMENT CO ..........................................104

DYNAPAC ..............................................................96

MILTON CAT ............................................................27

ALBAN TRACTOR CO INC ......................................6

EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ........16, 119

MUSTANG MFG ....................................................88

ALEX LYON & SON INC

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

NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ..................................41

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

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ................................41, 47

NEW HOLLAND CONSTRUCTION ........................95

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

EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ....................29

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

ALL ERECTION & CRANE RENTALS ....................37

ERB EQUIPMENT CO ............................................33

PAUL E SAPERSTEIN CO INC

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

FELLING TRAILERS ..............................................59

HOLBROOK, MA 02/25 ..................................117

ALLU GROUP ........................................................51

FLUID POWER ....................................................104

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

ANACONDA CONVEYORS USA INC ....................64

FOLCOMER EQUIPMENT CORP ..........................49

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC

BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ....................................76

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

BARGAINS ............................................................105

G & H SERVICE INC ..............................................28

BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ..............................81

GEHL SKID STEER ................................................97

BELTWAY COMPANIES ........................................49

GEITH INC ..............................................................38

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

GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ..................6

BODINE MFG ........................................................41

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

CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ........................................47

HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..........101

CHADWICK-BAROSS ............................................45

HOOBER INC ........................................................28

CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ....................70

IROCK CRUSHERS ................................................80

CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ....................24

IRON PLANET

CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ....................58

ONLINE AUCTION 02/11 ..............................115

CLASSIFIEDS........................................106, 107, 108

J D EQUIPMENT ....................................................28

CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO ..........30

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

COBLE TRENCH SAFETY ....................................43

JOHN DEERE ........................................................85

CONSTRUCTION CRANE & TRACTOR IN ............13

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..........91

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ......................75

KEESLER DIVISION OF STEPHENSON ..............11

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

KEYSTONE PROCESSING EQUIPMENT ............68

MAJOR PUBLIC AUCTION ............................114 PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ................................17 PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ......................10 RANSOME CAT ......................................2, 27, 32, 45 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY ....................80 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS ........................120 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ............................16 RSC EQUIPMENT RENTAL ..................................12 SPA SAFETY SYSTEMS LLC ................................43 SOUTHEASTERN EQUIPMENT CORP ................48 STOLTZFUS MFG ..................................................32 TB EQUIPMENT & RENTAL ..................................45 TEREX CRANES ....................................................92 TEREX POWERSCREEN ......................................71 THOMPSON EQUIPMENT ....................................83 THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ..........104 TOPCON POSITIONING SYSTEMS ......................27

CEG SCALE MODELS ..................................54

KOBELCO ............................................................103

CEG AUTION BANNER PROMO ..................113

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ..................................87

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

CEG TESTIMONIAL AD ................................100

KOMATSU CRUSHERS ........................................69

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

PHILADELPHIA CONSTRUCTION EXPO ......52

KUBOTA ..................................................................93

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ......................51

CEG SHOPPING FOR USED EQUIPMENT ..84

LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC ....................99

TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ............................37

PITTSBURGH CONSTRUCTION EXPO ........34

LIFTECH EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................49

UTILITY AUCTIONS INC

EXCAVATOR & ATTACHMENTS PROMO ......62

LIUGONG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..........39

WILMINGTON, DE 02/26 ..............................116

CEG WEB VALUE ADDED ..............................42

LUCKY’S TRAILER SALES ....................................58

VANTAGE EQUIPMENT ........................................15

CEG WANTED ..............................................109

MANHEIM AUCTIONS

VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ..............................24

COR EQUIPMENT SALES ....................................70

LAKELAND, FL 02/19 &

VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ................60

CREAN EQUIPMENT ..........................................104

HARRISONBURG, VA 02/27..........................116

WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ..........................12

CUSTOM CONVEYORS & FABRICATION ............79

MCCLOSKEY INTERNATIONAL ............................80

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

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

MESSICK’S ............................................................28

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

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Case CX210B with Rubber Tracks

RECENT TRADES 2002 Case CX160 Excavator, Tag 31314, Hydraulic Coupler .... ..............................................................................................$47,800

2008 Kubota KX121 Excavator, Tag T31496, Low Hours, Cab, A/C, Angle Blade ....................................................................$41,000

1996 Case 570LXT Loader Landscaper, Tag T31788, 5470 Hrs ..........................................................................................$10,000

2007 Liebherr A904C, Tag 29789, Wrist Rotator, Ditching Bucket, ACS Hydraulic Coupler, Travel "Speeder" Option, A/C ..............P.O.R.

2007 RT130 Walk Behind Trencher, Tag T29882, 38 Hours, 36"x4" chains ..............................................................................................$4,900

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