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Route 52 Causeway Almost Seaport Remains Deserted Months Complete After Sandy Hit By Meghan Barr

Pipe Company Keeps Things Flowing in Pa. …14

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which began in October 2006. One of NJDOT’s largest projects to date, the Route 52 Causeway job was regarded as of critical importance since it forms the emergency evacuation route for residents of Ocean City. In recognition of this fact, in the event of an emergency requiring evacuation during the construction period, an alternative plan to move residents to safety was developed.

NEW YORK (AP) The historic cobblestone streets and 19th-century mercantile buildings near the water’s edge in lower Manhattan are eerily deserted, a neighborhood silenced by Superstorm Sandy. Just blocks from the tall-masted ships that rise above South Street Seaport, the windows of narrow brick apartment buildings are still crisscrossed with masking tape left by their owners before the storm. Store interiors are stripped down to plywood and wiring. Restaurants are chained shut, frozen in time, saddled with electrical systems that were ruined by several feet of salt water that raced up from the East River and through their front doors. “People have no clue that this corner of Manhattan has been hit so badly,’’ said Adam Weprin, manager of the Bridge Cafe, one of the city’s oldest bars that sits on a quiet street near the seaport. “Right now, it’s a ghost town and a construction site.’’ Nearly four months after the storm, roughly 85 percent of small businesses near the South Street Seaport are still boarded up. It could be months before some reopen, while others may never return. On Fulton Street, the wide tourist-friendly pedestrian walkway that comprises the seaport’s main shopping district, not a single one of the major chain stores — which include Coach, Ann

see CAUSEWAY page 32

see SEAPORT page 106

UTCA’s Bob Briant Sr. Dies…28

One of NJDOT’s largest projects to date, the Route 52 Causeway job was regarded as of critical importance since it forms the emergency evacuation route for residents of Ocean City.

By Mary Reed CEG CORRESPONDENT

FA E Holds Sales Meet ing, Training Demo…42

Table of Contents ............4 Asphalt, Concrete, Paving, Compaction & Milling Section ......................75-99 Parts Section ..............122 Auction Section ..128-144 Business Calendar ......134 Advertisers Index ........142

The final stages of work are currently winding down on the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) $400 million Route 52 Causeway Replacement project. The job forms part of the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) $400 million Route 52 Causeway Replacement project,

Va. Approves $880M Highway Funding Reform By Bob Lewis AP POLITICAL WRITER

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) The state Senate passed a sweeping, long-term overhaul to Virginia’s system for funding repairs and upkeep of its highways on Feb. 23, giving Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell a signature legislative triumph on an initiative that had eluded several of his predecessors. The 25-15 vote ended a fractious 46-day General Assembly session, making McDonnell

— who had vowed since his candidacy not to raise taxes — the owner of the largest tax increase bill to clear Virginia’s tax-averse legislature since 2004. And it was the first overhaul of transportation funding since 1986. It came on the final day of the 2013 session, the last over which McDonnell will hold office during the single, four-year term Virginia uniquely allows its governors. It was possible only with support from Democrats in both the Senate and House. In the Senate, 12 of the 20 Republicans

opposed the bill, while the support of 17 Senate Democrats assured passage in that chamber. In the House, Republicans were almost evenly split — 34 in support, 33 opposed — while 25 of the 32 House Democrats voted for it. “This is a compromise bill. It had to be. Neither party controls Richmond outright,’’ McDonnell said, acknowledging the bizarre partisan alignment in a celebratory statement after the Senate vote. The measure of the reversed partisan polarity see FUNDING page 129


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RITACCO CONSTRUCTION COMPLETES 25 YEARS IN CONSTRUCTION

The work over those years allowed Antonio Ritacco to learn how to meet the needs of general contractors and owners, while also developing a positive reputation within the industry.

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PA. CONTRACTOR DEFTLY LEADS SEWER MAIN BREAK REPAIRS

When a sewer main in the northeastern Pennsylvania township of Hanover broke and started spewing sewage into Solomons Creek and subsequently the Susquehanna River, the township contacted Ed Krasavage.

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JOHN DEERE’S 250,000TH BACKHOE ROLLS OFF ASSEMBLY LINE AT DUBUQUE WORKS

The model 310SK backhoe loader was purchased by Phoenix-based NPL Construction Co., which took delivery of the machine at a special ceremony at the Dubuque Works facility.

FORMER UTCA CEO ROBERT A. BRIANT SR. DIES AT AGE 76 Mr. Briant was the C.E.O. of Utility and Transportation Contractors Association, Wall, N.J., for 33 years before retiring in 2006.

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Ritacco Construction Completes 25 Years in Construction Over the Past Five Years the Firm’s Founder Redefines Direction for the Company Approximately 25 years ago Antonio Ritacco got his start in construction as a youthful owner when he purchased a backhoe and single axle truck. The decision to establish his own business followed a period of working in the business for several years while gaining an appreciation for the risks involved in owning a construction company. The first few years found Ritacco providing excavating services for other firms in northern New Jersey. The work over those years allowed the young entrepreneur to learn how to meet the needs of general contractors and owners, while also developing a positive reputation within the industry. A quick learner, Tony Ritacco was able to move on to greater challenges within just two years of establishing his company. The Ritacco firm completed its first major project, construction of a concrete foundation to support a large holding tank, in 1989. This $150,000 contract was completed in Rutherford and led to hiring additional staff to meet the growth of work that was to follow. During the period of time that ended with the year 2000, Ritacco successfully completed an

A progress photo of Ritacco’s Route 206 Bridge replacement over the CSX Railroad in Montgomery Township.

involved the construction of three culverts for Union County, rehabilitation of Kakeout Dam in Butler and concrete installations at various Rutgers University locations. During the first two decades in business, Ritacco proved that he could meet the challenges of operating a successful construction company, although he felt that even

greater success lay ahead. With this thought in mind, Ritacco began to consider the firm’s strengths and weaknesses. He developed a business culture that focused on greater control of projects from bidding to final completion of the work. He instituted improved field control of costs and production and instilled the values among the firm’s employees. Ritacco also concluded that he and his firm’s personnel should focus their talents on the successful completion of NJDOT and county see RITACCO page 46

A second view of a portion of the Route 206 Bridge replacement in Montgomery Township.

array of challenging public and private sector projects. Work involved concrete installations, site improvements, pipe work and parking lots. Projects were completed for Montclair State University, Newark Airport, Owens Corning Fiberglass Corporation, Rutgers University, Township of Morristown, Readington School District, Township of Bloomfield and the NJDEP. This latter work involved a dam rehabilitation in Allamuchy State Park and was followed by the completion of two bridge projects for Morris County. The successful completion of so many projects prior to the year 2000 prepared the firm well for its first NJDOT contract which was a $2 million replacement of the Maple Grange Road Bridge. A second NJDOT project found Ritacco completing the realignment of Sparta Munson Corner Road. As those projects were being completed, simultaneous work

Ritacco completed the Route 206 Bridge replacement over CSX while the railroad remained in service throughout construction.


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Pa. Contractor Deftly Leads Sewer Main Break Repairs By Sondra Rossi CEG EDITORIAL ASSISTANT

Most people don’t give a second thought to what happens after they flush the toilet or run the garbage disposal. But most people aren’t Ed Krasavage, who makes his living installing and repairing the septic and sewage pipes that keep our sanitation systems up and running. So when a sewer main in the northeastern Pennsylvania township of Hanover broke and started spewing sewage into Solomons Creek and subsequently the Susquehanna River, the township contacted Krasavage, the owner/operator of the self-named construction company Ed Krasavage Construction Inc., to do emergency repairs. The replacement of the pipe was on the schedule to be put out for bid, but when the pipe ruptured several agencies quickly gave their blessings on the emergency repairs so that the permitting process could be streamlined, stopping the flow of sewage into the creek. The sewer main broke as the pipe runs along Solomons Creek. The area near the pipe, including the protective wall that surrounds it was initially damaged by erosion and flooding that came with Hurricane Lee several years ago. The damaged pipe was 27-in. (65.8 cm). The section of pipe and retaining wall that needed replacing is 106 ft. (32 m) long, located in an area that was overgrown and inaccesEd Krasavage Construction Inc. employees work to encapsulate the replacement pipe with rebar and then pour sible to heavy equipment. a concrete protective wall enclosing the entire pipe. “Initially our biggest concern was to stop the flow of sewage into the creek,” said Krasavage. “Our first call was to Dave Groner with Godwin Pumps. We put a call out to him at 5:30 on a Sunday and by 10:30 they were on the scene working with us to pump the sewage through a bypass system around the creek about 1,000 feet to an exit area.” Krasavage also arranged the construction of an access road to make the repair area accessible to his men and their fleet of construction equipment. After the old sewage pipe and the remnants of the old retaining wall were removed a large volume of rip rap was brought in to re-establish and reinforce the banks along Solomons Creek. The newly laid ductile iron pipe was encased in rebar and then surrounded Ed Krasavage (L), president of Ed Krasavage Construction Inc., dis- This manhole marks the spot where the old sewage cusses equipment strategies with Bill Vinsko of Medico Industries.

pipe failed and started spewing sewage into Solomons Creek.

with a concrete encasement. To protect the pipe and its concrete shell from future natural disasters a 5 ft. (1.5 m) wide, 3-ft. (.9 m) high footer was constructed above and beside the pipe, between the pipe and the creek. From start to finish the project took four weeks.

lb. Indeco hammer, which was used to break up the old retaining wall; a Case 621EXT loader with a side dump bucket and tool carrier used for loading and unloading aggregate materials, and for moving necessary supplies such as pipe; a brand new Takeuchi TB285; a Case 850 crawler; and Atlas Copco generator; and an Efficiency trench box. The business relationship between Ed Krasavage Construction and Medico Industries started nearly 20 years ago when Krasavage stopped by Medico’s Wilkes-Barre, Pa., facility to purchase a tamper for his excavator. When it was all said and done, as a result of that visit, he purchased $250,000 worth of construction equipment, including a Case 621 loader and his Case 9020B excavator with a plate tamper and a hammer.

Medico Industries Provides Key Equipment Working at the site itself were multiple pieces of equipment purchased This access road was one of the first things that needed to be created in from Medico Industries: a Case CX210 order to start the repair work. excavator; a Case 9020B with a 4,000-

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2010 Shuttlelift CD7725, 117 Hours, 25-Ton, 4WD, Jib, 71' Power Boom, 17' Offset Boom Ext, 2-Sheave Block, stk5133 ..............................$POR

2008 Link-Belt 298HSL, 270’ Boom, 90’ Jib, A/C, Mitsubishi 365HP, 20T Swvl Hkball, 40T 1-Shv Hkblk, 165T 5-Shv Hkblk with HD Bearings, stk4975 ........................................................$POR

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2011 Link-Belt RTC8050II, 8.5T Swvl Hkball, 40T 4-Shv QR Hkblk, One Winch, Pump Disconnect, Joystk Ctrls, stk6198 ..............................$379,500

1989 Link-Belt HC268, 250 Ton, 300’+100’, Cummins Engines, Block Ball, AB Upper & Front Bumper Ctwts, Self Undecking Feature w/OR Jacks, Front Stabilizer, Eaton RT6613 Trans, stk3905 ........................................................$POR

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2007 Volvo EC360B, 66” Pin-On Bucket, Pattern Control Changer, 3072 Hours, stk6501 .................. ................................................................$179,900

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John Deere’s 250,000th Backhoe Rolls Volvo Rounds Off Off Assembly Line at Dubuque Works ‘Reasonable’ Year Despite 4Q Decline Announcing its fourth quarter and full year results, Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) reported that net sales for 2012 remained at the same level as the previous year, despite a dramatic drop in global demand in the second half. The company also reinforced its strong position as market leader in the all-important Chinese wheel loader and excavator segment, extending its share in 2012 to 15 percent. The company also produced its second best ever output, selling 78,491 machines during the year. For the full year 2012, Volvo CE’s sales increased by less than 1 percent. Operating income reduced during the year, a result of lower sales and negative product mix. Operating margin was also affected, retreating to 9.1 percent in 2012 from 10.7 percent in 2011, as was the value of the order book, which on Dec. 31 was 36 percent lower than a year earlier. The model 310SK backhoe loader was purchased by Phoenix-based NPL Construction Co., which took delivery of the machine at a special ceremony at the Dubuque Works facility.

The John Deere The 310SK is part of the Construction & Forestry K-series backhoe loader line Division marks a production introduced in 2012. milestone with the complePowered by a certified tion of its 250,000th backInterim Tier IV/ Stage III B hoe loader at the Dubuque John Deere PowerTech Works factory on March 1. engine, the 310SK comes The model 310SK backhoe equipped with a five-speed loader was purchased by powershift transmission that Phoenix-based NPL allows top speeds of 25 Construction Co., which mph, with an alternative to took delivery of the machine upgrade to the smooth and at a special ceremony at the efficient AutoShift option. Dubuque Works facility. The single loader lever with “Backhoes have been our integrated electrohydraulic bread and butter since the auxiliary control provides are Jim Kane, president and CEO; Dennis first model rolled off the line (L-R) Redmond, senior vice president, operations west; productivity and physical over 40 years ago,” said Rock McHenry, senior vice president, chief customer operator comfort, while Byron Taylor, plant manager officer; Jim Connell, director of business develop- standard features such as at the John Deere Dubuque ment/strategic partnerships; Todd Davisson, senior JDLink and Service ADVIWorks. “Our employees, capital equipment buyer; and Mark Wambach, senior SOR Remote provide piece many of which have had a vice president, operations east. of mind. hand in backhoe assembly NPL Construction Co., a since the beginning, are proud to meet this milestone.” nationally recognized leader in energy distribution conJohn Deere Worldwide Construction & Forestry struction, has worked with John Deere for more than a President Michael J. Mack joined employees and NPL decade and will be adding the 250,000th backhoe to its fleet. Construction Co. at the Dubuque Works factory to celebrate As NPL’s preferred supplier, Deere was able to help develthe 250,000th milestone. op a strategic sourcing approach that allows them to main“The piece of equipment we are recognizing today is only tain and allocate fleets from coast to coast across the United a single representation of the long line of backhoe models States. that have evolved right here in this factory,” said Mack. “It “A good supplier is a quiet supplier, but a great supplier is a testament to the innovation and quality engineering we is one who inspires change,” said Jim Kane, president and at John Deere pride ourselves in thanks to insight and input chief executive officer at NPL Construction Co. “Deere’s from stakeholders at every stage of the supply chain, from commitment to innovation has kept us ahead of the compeengineer, to line worker, to customer.” tition. Their speed not only in delivery of equipment, but in The John Deere 310SK backhoe loader, part of the K- keeping up with marketplace demand is unparalleled.” Series, is the latest of more than 50 different backhoe modFor more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com. els that have been produced at the Dubuque Works factory (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment since 1971. Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Sharp Correction in Q4 These reasonable full year figures mask a significant slowdown in demand in the fourth quarter results of 2012. A softer world market, in particular mining, saw net sales in the last three months down by almost a quarter (23 percent). When adjusted for changes in the exchange rates, net sales fell by 22 percent. Operating income also was down. However, despite the dramatic fall in sales operating margin remained positive, at 2.9 percent, due to rapid and significant cuts in production and a consequent reduction in inventories. “Taken as a whole 2012 was a reasonable year,” said Pat Olney, president of Volvo Construction Equipment. “We sold over 78,000 machines, recorded the company’s second highest ever revenues and our proactive downturn management helped protect cash flow and profitability. We recognized the turn in the industry early, and the work undertaken to reduce pipeline inventories was successful. Stock levels have been reduced by around 30 percent since late spring and are now in balance with current demand.” Prospects to Remain Flat in 2013 The prospects for 2013 are expected to remain subdued, with unit sales in Europe predicted to decline by 5 to 15 percent, while Asia (excluding China) is forecast to decline by between 0 to 10 percent. Meanwhile, China, North America and South America and other markets are all forecast to operate in the range of minus 5 percent to plus 5 percent. For more information, visit www.volvoce.com/press. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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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

Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 . . . . . . . .$79,500 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick coupler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,500 COMPACTORS

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 Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $79,500 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 LANDSCAPING

Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor, 1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" hydraulic broom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 CRAWLER LOADERS

Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt .$37,500 Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000

OFF ROAD HAULERS 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 CRAWLER TRACTORS

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 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 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 TRUCKS & TRAILERS

(2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . .CALL AIR COMPRESSORS

IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL SPECIALS

(12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a towtype, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . .From $5,200

(2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a-blade, BACKHOES winches, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade . .$85,000 Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . . . OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. DRILLS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, CRANES Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, dual fuel, Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$150,000 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$21,500 MISCELLANEOUS Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. MOTOR SCRAPERS

ATTACHMENTS Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, BUCKETS ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Buckets in Stock Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice -Call For Your Needs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick couOthers Available Call pler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . .$29,000 Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on rubber, All Equipment is Owned & Operated By operational . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.


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2008 Cat 345DL Hyd. Excavator ID# UP12385, SMU 5976, Tier III Engine, EROPS, A/C, Air Ride Seat, Travel Straight Pedal, 1PC Boom, 11’ Stick, Bucket, Pattern Changer, CWT Removal, UC@5922 Hrs, 36” TG Shoes@80%, Bushings 37%, Not Turned...$285,000

2002 Cat D4G LGP Track-Type Loader ID# UT12921, SMU 11275, Cab, A/C, PAT Blade, Tier I Engine, UC @ 11273 Hrs, 32” Shoes @ 40% Bushings 9% Not Turned...$47,000

1999 Cat 963C Track-Type Loader SMU 17449, EROPS, A/C, Single Hyd Comtrol, Bucket, Standard Salt U/C @ 17449 Hrs, 18 In Double Grouser Shoes, Idlers 55%, Rollers 30-50%, Carrier Rollers 25%...$25,000

2000 Cat 777D Off-Highway Truck ID# UT12614, SMU 20605, Cab, A/C, Payload Monitoring System Retarder Traction and Pre Lube, 4x6, Rigid Frame Tires@19455 Hrs Avg 45-70% Wet Front Brakes...$730,000 **Four 777D Trucks in Inventory with Wet Front Brakes***

2004 Cat 735 Articulated Truck ID# UP12706, SMU 6103, Cab, Automatic Lubrication, Rear View Heated Mirror, Tires @ 6096 Hrs, RF 99%, LF 76%, Rears 66%, Reconditioned Transmission 2012...$248,000

2011 Cat 308D CR Hydraulic Excavator ID# UT13218, SMU 949, Cab, Air Conditioning, 7ft 7in Backfill Blade 90%, Aux. Hydraulics, Swing Boom, Bucket, Hyd. Quick Coupler, UC @ 949 Hrs 95%, 18in Rubber Shoes 95%...$89,000

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2009 Cat D6T XW Track Type Tractor ID# UP12487, SMU 2024, EROPS, A/C, SU Blade, Winch, 120V Engine Coolant Heater, Pre-Screener, Rear Counterweight, Air Suspension Cloth Seat, Radiator Guard Ripper Hydraulics, UC@1700 Hrs Avg 75%...$270,000

2008 Cat 938H Wheel Loader ID# UT12908, SMU 4322, Tier III C6.6 Engine, EROPS, Air Conditioning, Gp Bucket, Radio, Ride Control, Auto Shift, Standard Front, Wheel Steering, Tires @ 4300 Hrs 99%...$120,000

2005 Cat 307C SB Mini Excavator ID# UP12798, SMU 2567, EROPS, A/C, 1 Piece Boom, Hydraulic Thumb, Leveling Blade, Bucket, Standard Body, UC @ 2446 Hrs, Avg 55-80%...$67,000

2009 Cat CB54 Asphalt Compactor ID# UP12117, SMU 1968, OROPS, Standard V/V System, Water Distribution Mats, Working Lights, Standard Width Drum...$82,000

1988 Cat 773B Off-Highway Water Truck ID# UT10694N, SMU 36672, Cab, Air Conditioning, Heat, Body Liner, 4x6, Retarder, Lube Start Up System, 12000 Gal Water Tank, 5 Spray Heads, Front Cannon, Rear Hose Reel, 24in Manhole Main & Rod Bearings, Trans Replaced 2008...$65,000

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PARTS 1.855.545.0267 EXT. 2 ClevelandBrothers.com ARM CATERPILLAR 953C, Used, 8G4021/31702 CATERPILLAR 980C, Used, 9V6026/3062 CATERPILLAR 973C, Used, 2318552/31754 CATERPILLAR 980G,980H, Used, 1756353/38447

AXLE CATERPILLAR 992C,992D, Used, 1V5906/28594 CATERPILLAR 980H, Rebuilt, 2327559/34666 CATERPILLAR 980H, Rebuilt, 2327558/34667 CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725386/34668 CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725385/34669 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1120723/34470 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1383122/34471

BUCKET, GP CATERPILLAR 345B,345B II,345B LC,345B LC II,345BL,345BL II,350, Used, 1389673/29067 CATERPILLAR 345B,345B II,345B LC,345B LC II,345BL,345BL II,350, Used, 1366243/29066 CATERPILLAR 416C,416D,416E,420C,420D, 420E,426C, New, 1345869/30959 CATERPILLAR 416C, Used, 1345869/36935 CATERPILLAR 216,216B,226,226B,228,232, 242,246,247,252,256,257,262,267,268,272,277, 287, New, 2856095/32284 CATERPILLAR 345B,350, Used, 1366241/32499 CATERPILLAR 330D,336D, New, 2692685/32547 CATERPILLAR 330D,336D, Used, 2692684/32548 CATERPILLAR 330C, Used, 3029013/32549

BUCKET, TRENCHING BLADE, ANGLE CATERPILLAR D5M,D5M LGP,D5N, New, 2096089/32261

CATERPILLAR 446D, Used, 9R3236/36941 CATERPILLAR 416E, Used, 2193389/36934

NEW LISTINGS D6RLGP Cab, Stock# 1587697/38809 CYLINDER, BOOM/LIFT

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CATERPILLAR D5B,D5B LGP,D5S,D6D, Used, 7J8302/3097 CATERPILLAR 332L, Used, 1772439/2877

CATERPILLAR 943, Rebuilt, 8G8375/3264 CATERPILLAR 973C, Used, 3W8424/31118 CATERPILLAR D6R, Rebuilt, 2012078/31951 CATERPILLAR D10N, Used, 1182462/38382 CATERPILLAR D11N, Used, 2072683/35212 CATERPILLAR D10R,D10T, Rebuilt, 2223682/37770

CYLINDER, BUCKET CATERPILLAR 416, Used, CYLP1/28222

CYLINDER, OTHER CATERPILLAR 988B,988F, Rebuilt, 4T6792/31244 CATERPILLAR 657E,657G, Used, 9T4974/3170 CATERPILLAR 777D, Rebuilt, 8J8865/32476

DIFFERENTIAL CATERPILLAR 518, Rebuilt, 1V3304/2957 CATERPILLAR 988B, Rebuilt, 6W7392/3248 CATERPILLAR 836C, Used, 1452440/3212 CATERPILLAR 824C, Rebuilt, 4V1073/3180 CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 4V1073/31078 CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 3V4030/31079 CATERPILLAR 631, Rebuilt, 4D5730/2996 DRESSER 350C, Rebuilt, 11DF00002B/2945 CATERPILLAR 769B, Rebuilt, 9M3946/3273 CATERPILLAR 836, Rebuilt, 1367631/3203

CAB, EROPS BLADE, OTHER CATERPILLAR D9N,D9R, Used, C063880A1 CATERPILLAR D11R, Used, BL213

BLADE, SU CATERPILLAR D8T,D8R, Used, 2458152/33280

BLADE, U CATERPILLAR D8R,D8T, Used, 2558707/36134

CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Used, 1587697/38809 CATERPILLAR 988G, New, 1289664/29291 CATERPILLAR D11N, Used, 7T0973/33845 CATERPILLAR 953C, Used, 1101397/32316 CATERPILLAR D10, Used, 3T8106/36149

CAB, OTHER CATERPILLAR 375,375L, Used, 1082517/33834

CAB, ROPS CATERPILLAR 980C, Used, 8V8914/28500

BOOMS CATERPILLAR 375, Used, 1056205/36608

BRAKE & PLANATERY GRP CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Rebuilt, 8E5273/38926

BROOM, PICKUP CATERPILLAR 216,216B,216B II,216B III,226, 226B,226B II,226B III,226D,228,232,232B,232B II,236,236B,236B II,236B III,242,242B,242B II, 242B III,246,246B,246C,247,247B,247B II,247B III,248,248B,252,252B,252B II,252B III,256, 256C,257,257B,257B2,257B II,257B III, Used, BP18/38475

ENGINES, CAT CATERPILLAR 740, Used, 1537076/28643 CATERPILLAR 980G, Rebuilt, 2023123/35618 CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Used, 1693791/38927 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1168671/34551 CATERPILLAR 769D, Rebuilt, 1230206/32272 CATERPILLAR 375L, Used, 1344137/33644 CATERPILLAR 773B, Rebuilt, 1W0773/32116 CATERPILLAR D8K,D8H, Used, D342/36591 CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Used, 1693791/38927 CATERPILLAR D6N LGP, Used, 1914479/39589 CATERPILLAR 345B, Used, 1382001/37356 CATERPILLAR CS-563C, Used, 1117717/36108 CATERPILLAR D9N, Used, 7W2850/37767

COUNTERWEIGHT CATERPILLAR D8T, Used, 2173654/32566 CATERPILLAR 980G, Used, 2343097/34482 CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Used, 1146030/28593 CATERPILLAR D8R, Used, 6Y0610/34142 CATERPILLAR 962G, Used, 2318853/36042

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H LINK CATERPILLAR 5130, Used, 1423698/32887

IDLER CATERPILLAR D10N,D10R, Used, 9W9734/34143

OTHER CATERPILLAR 5130, Used, 1072940/326

RIPPER CATERPILLAR D11N, Rebuilt, 4T4911/32405

ROLLER CATERPILLAR 304.5,305.5, New, 1584765/35694 CATERPILLAR 5130, New, 1554102/32845

STICK CATERPILLAR 375L,375, Used, 1096159/36610

BUCKET, LIGHT MATERIAL CATERPILLAR 953, Used, FB485

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TORQUE CONVERTERS CATERPILLAR D10,D10L, Rebuilt, 6P6412/31183 CATERPILLAR 637G, Used, 1974583/3217 CATERPILLAR 836, Used, 1431234/3209 CATERPILLAR 950H, Used, 1685223/28772 CATERPILLAR 988B, Rebuilt, 3P8074/31485 CATERPILLAR D10L,D10, Used, 6P6412/31183 CATERPILLAR D10R, Used, 1102769/35220 CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Used, 1081430/38717 CATERPILLAR D8H, Used, 1M3808/36611 CATERPILLAR D9N, Rebuilt, 9P4890/36444

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Former UTCA CEO Robert A. Briant Sr. Dies at Age 76 Robert A. Briant Sr., age 76, of Point Pleasant, N.J., passed away on Feb. 27, 2013, at Ocean Medical Center, Brick, N.J. Born in North Plainfield, N.J., he lived in South Plainfield and Manasquan, N.J., prior to moving to Point Pleasant 19 years ago. Mr. Briant was the C.E.O. of Utility and Transportation Contractors Association, Wall, N.J., for 33 years before retiring in 2006. Subsequently he continued to work as a consultant for UTCA. He was a parishioner of Sacred Heart RC Church, Bay Head and chairman of the National Clean Water Construction Coalition. Mr. Briant also served as chairman of the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust for 10 years while concurrently serving as its treasurer. He was a member of the Construction Writers Association. Mr. Briant was an All-State basketball and baseball player for North Plainfield High and he played professional baseball with the Detroit Tigers Organization.

Mr. Briant is survived by his wife of 54 years, Carole (Semenza) Briant; two sons, Robert A. Briant Jr. and his wife Deborah of Manasquan, and Michael Thomas Briant and his wife Donna of Wall Twp.; one daughter, Joanne B. Khammar and her husband Issam of Manasquan; one brother, Charles Briant of Virgina; two sisters, Marianne Zanowic of Florida and Charlene DeLaurentis of Virginia Beach; and six grandchildren, Colin, Thomas, Katherine, Joseph, Hannah and Michael. In lieu of flowers, donations in his name can be made to The Ocean Medical Foundation, 425 Jack Martin Blvd., Brick, N.J. (Please note Mr. Briant’s name on the donation). (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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CC&T Promotes Collins to Vice President of Sales CC&T of Folcroft, Pa., and Piscataway, N.J., recently announced two personnel moves. Sean Collins has been named vice president of sales. Collins, an industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience in wide variety of construction equipment, including paving, compaction and milling, has been with CC&T for the past three years handling territory sales. “As a result of his extensive experience in the industry, Sean [Collins] will help grow our business at CC&T with both existing and new customers,” said Mike Chenet, president of CC&T. “Sean is an expert in construction equipment, especially with what we sell at CC&T and his expertise is exactly what we need to keep expanding our business. He’s been in the industry a long time, and so have we. It’s a perfect match.” CC&T also announced that it has hired Tyler Prete to work in marketing and sales. Prete will be responsible for internal marketing as well as promoting the company’s product line in Maryland. “Tyler [Prete] has demonstrated a strong interest in getting to know our industry and we think his strong work ethic combined with good personality will lend a great addition to CC&T,” said Chenet. “We’re happy to have him on board and we’re excited for our customers to get to know him.” CC&T carries a wide variety of paving industry products. Its lines include Roadtec milling

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Concrete forms the major part of Causeway bridge construction due to its resistance to salt water.

One of NJDOT’s Largest Projects to Date Enters Final Stage CAUSEWAY from page 1

The Causeway bridges date from the 1930s and the cost of their repair was increasing to such an extent that the department considered it more cost effective to replace the spans rather than to continue repairing them. In addition, land and marine traffic has increased, leading to higher congestion, which would be relieved by the removal of the existing drawbridges, which hold traffic up even further when raised to allow the passage of boats. Two of the existing bridges flood during storms. Finally, the Causeway’s 10-ft. (3 m) lanes and lack of shoulders have caused a number of accidents. NJDOT has stated it expects the new bridges to reduce accidents by 20 percent. Concrete forms the major part of Causeway bridge construction due to its resistance to salt water, and the surface of the road will be elevated a foot higher than the location’s hundred-year-flood measurement. Two moveable and two fixed bridges were replaced by a pair of high fixed spans over This is the biggest bridge R. E. Pierson Construction has handled, and it will change the ship channel and the intracoastal water- the appearance of the area as well as improve access in and out of Ocean City by way. Four mi. (6.4 km) of new highway fea- eliminating the drawbridges. turing two 12-ft. (3.7 m) lanes, a concrete median barrier, and 8-ft. (2.4 m) shoulders in each direction Route 52 Constructors were constructed. needed high capacity The job also included demolition of a trolley bridge and its impact hammers along with an advanced drivreplacement with at-grade roadway. NJDOT kept two lanes of traffic open in each direction ing system in order to during the tourist season, with one open in each direction and install and “prove” the business access maintained during the rest of the year. In foundation piles for this summer, the Causeway is used by about 40,000 vehicles project. daily and tourism forms an important source of local income. The project also meant vertical clearance (44 ft. 8 in. [13.6 m]) of the Route 52 bridge over Beach Thorofare in Ocean City’s Great Egg Harbor Bay was for a time impacting marine traffic. The $251 million contract to replace two lift bridges and complete the Causeway began in September 2009. Route 52 Constructors, a joint venture consisting of R.E. Pierson Construction Company of Somers Point, N.J., and G.A. & F.C. Wagman Inc. of York, Pa., served as prime contractor for this part of the larger project. According to G.A. & F.C. Wagman Inc., the Causeway

job involved: • 125,000 cu. yds. (95,569 cu m) of excavation; • Two bridges featuring 520,000 sq. ft. (48,309 sq m) of deck; • Installation of more than 300 concrete pre-stressed beams with an average length of more than 90 ft. (27.4 m); • 88,000 sq. yds. (73,579 sq m) of asphalt paving; • 34,000 sq. ft. (3,159 sq m) of retaining walls; and • Construction of a new visitors’ center and four fishing piers. This is the biggest bridge R. E. Pierson Construction has handled, and it will change the appearance of the area as well as improve access in and out of Ocean City by eliminating the drawbridges. The project involved more than a dozen cranes, some of them barge mounted. With more than half of the work constructed from the water, it is estimated the number of barges needed would cover two and a half acres of land. Two Manitowoc 4100 Ringer, two American 9229, two Manitowoc 2250, and two Kobelco CK2000 cranes were on site, along with single Manitowoc 555, American HC165, Terex 35-ton (31.8 t) hydraulic RT, Grove 50-ton (45.4 t) hydraulic RT, and Grove 80-ton (72.6 t) hydraulic RT cranes. Five specialized 95,000-lb. (43,091 kg) pile hammers, two of which are owned by Route 52 Constructors, also worked on the job. The models involved are APE D-160, ICE I-80, ICE 28B vibratory, ICE 416 vibratory, and ICE 812 vibratory. “Route 52 Constructors needed high capacity impact hammers along with an advanced driving system in order to install and ‘prove’ the foundation piles for this project,” said Dave Yingling, general manager of American Pile Driving Equipment Inc. “The start of the job highlighted one of my patents for the drive system utilized on this project. It is called a two piece helmet and is designed to extend the life of the driving see CAUSEWAY page 36


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system and also better protect the pile from driving abuse inherent in any driving system,” he added. A Bidwell 4800 finishing machine, a wide variety of Caterpillar, Komatsu, and John Deere earthmoving equipment, and JLG and Genie lifts of various sizes ranging from 60 ft. up to 120 ft. (18.2 to 36.6 m), also were part of the fleet of equipment on site. Route 52 Constructors opened the southbound span to traffic in mid-December 2010. Roadwork continued through spring 2011. The same year saw the existing drawbridges demolished and the last two fixed span bridges constructed. With an estimated construction time saving of five months due in part to good weather conditions, the entire new Causeway was opened to traffic in May 2012 in good time for the start of the tourist season. The project included provision of a bike path and pedestrian walkway as well as the new visitors center, constructed as a replica of the Ocean City Yacht Club, an early 20th century building now demolished. Access to fishing areas along the bridge also has been provided, forming an attraction in itself. “Superstorm Sandy caused some damage to the environmental mitigation work we had previously completed and has delayed the completion of environmental and other work. We expect to be able to open the bike/pedestrian path in its entirety sometime this month (March 2013),” said Tim Greeley, New Jersey Department of Transportation The project has involved installation of more than 300 concrete pre-stressed beams with an average length of more than 90 ft. (27.4 m).

spokesman. “There has been a lot of construction activity in the vicinity of the visitors center on Rainbow Island, and we kept the path closed in that vicinity for safety. Among the construction activities in that area has been work to haul away material from Rainbow Island. The storm delayed excavation work to remove a temporary ramp. That work was recently completed and now we are completing the road work for the entrance to the visitors center. The bridge pier lighting is now fully functional, adding an aesthetic element to the project. There are a few other punchlist items to finish as well, and we anticipate final project closeout this May,” he said. Work is done on the switchback handicap ramps from the Route 52 Constructors engaged a number of subVisitor Center to the fishing pier on Garrets Island. contractors for the job.

The Somers Point fishing pier deck is prepared for the final concrete slab placement.

Major subcontractors include Bayshore Rebar of Pleasantville, N.J. (rebar installation), West Bay Construction Inc. of Linwood, N.J. (railing installation), Delta Line Construction Company of Egg Harbor Township, N.J. (electrical work), RMS Construction LLC of Stamford, Conn. (building construction), Alliance Landscaping Inc. of Albuquerque, N.M. (landscape work) and Assuncao Brother Inc. of Edison, N.J. (concrete flatwork). (Editor’s note: CEG is saddened to report that Dave Yingling, of American Pile Driving Equipment Inc., who was interviewed for this story, died recently of cancer. He was 45. We at CEG express our condolences to Dave's family, friends and coworkers.) (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Crews rough grade the fishing boat launch area in Somers Point. The new Route 52 bridge and remnants of the old bridge causeway piers are in the background.


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2005 Kobelco SK135SR LC-1: 4,700 hours, 38" bkt, aux hyd, very good u/c, 8'6" wide, a/c, 4 cyl isuzu turbo, 30k lbs, stk#2621............................................................................$44,500

2004 CAT 311C U: 1,236 hours, 36" bkt, 8'2" wide, aux hyd, very good u/c, rbr pads over stl tracks, a/c, 4 cyl cat, 26.5k lbs, stk#2044 ........................................................$49,500

2001 CAT M312: 72" cleanup bkt, aux hyd, 4 stabs, 4 cyl perkins turbo, a/c, 31k lbs, stk#1557 ........................$47,500

2005 CAT 930G: 6,793 hours, 2.7 yd, good rubber, a/c, 6 cyl perkins turbo, autoshift, 29k lbs, stk#1030 ........$71,500

2007 CAT 914G: 5,356 hours, 1.5 yd, a/c, 4 cyl cat turbo, 2 spd, 16.5k lbs, stk#0920................................$44,500

1998 CAT 938G: 3.65 yd, 6 cyl cat turbo, autoshift, ride control, 29k lbs, stk#1193............................................$54,500

1987 CAT IT18B: 1.75 yd, hyd cplr w/ 3rd valve, 4 cyl, good rubber, 22k lbs, stk#0438 ..................................$25,500

2005 CASE 580SM-II: 4x4, x-hoe, turbo, rear aux hyd, stk#6351 ..........................................................................$32,500

2010 John Deere 310SJ: 1043 Hrs, 4x4, X-Hoe, Rear Cplr, Rear Aux Hyd, P-Shift, Pilot Controls, Turbo, Ride Control, Good Rubber, stk#8892 ..............................$67,500

2003 Komatsu WB150-2N: 3,175 hours, 4x4, x-hoe, ride control, a/c, 24" rear bucket, 4 cyl komatsu turbo, 96 hp, stk#0009 ....................................................................$28,500

1990 Dresser A450E: 12 ft mold board, scarifier, 6 cyl dresser d359t turbo, 28k lbs, stk#2270 ....................$26,500

1989 Champion 710A: 6,681 hours, 14 ft mold board, good rubber, 6 cyl cummins, 31k lbs, stk#5389 ......$24,900

2006 Benford 6005CSFLLA: 6 ton, swivel body, 4x4, 4 cylinder Cummins, stk#X163 ......................................$17,500

2004 JCB 506C: 3,219 hours, 6k lb lift, 36 ft telescopic, awd, 4 ft forks, very good rubber, 4 cyl perkins, 21.5k lbs, stk#7844 ..........................................................................$25,900

2006 Dieci XRM61: 1,523 hours, 6000 lb lift, 21 ft, 6 ft forks, 4 cyl turbo, 12.3k lbs, stk#0605 ......................$25,500

2009 CAT 257B: 1,542 hours, 2300 lb lift, aux hyd, pilot controls, 4 cyl cat turbo, orops, 7.6k lbs, stk#9460................ ............................................................................................$23,500

2006 JCB 190T: 962 hours, 2000 lb lift, aux hyd, very good rubber tracks, pilot controls, 4 cyl perkins, 83 hp, 9.7k lbs, stk#4588 ..........................................................$17,900

2004 Komatsu D37EX-21: 491 hours, very good u/c, 6way, 9 ft blade, sweeps, 4 cyl komatsu, 91 hp, turbo, joystick control, 13.25k lbs, stk#5061 ............................$39,900

2002 Case 1850K: 5544 Hrs, 11’2” Semi-U w/Tilt, Joystick Controls, OROPS, 6 Cyl Cummins Turbo, 181 HP, 50K Lbs, stl#0108 ..........................................................$39,500

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John Buerkle Joins Foley Rents Team AED President Mack John Buerkle has joined Foley Rents as a rental account ences that create customers for life,” said Foley. manager. (This story also can be found on Construction Buerkle comes to Foley Inc. with more than nine years Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipof experience in the construction and rental industry. mentguide.com.) Having spent time with several aerial and general rental facilities, Buerkle has been calling on customers in the southern portion of the territory for quite some time now as an account manager. “We are excited to have John as the newest addition to our team at Foley Rents. His extensive product knowledge will be of great value to the customers he is now calling on,” said Ryan Foley, vice president. As a Foley rental account manager, Buerkle will be responsible for all outside rentals of Caterpillar equipment in Monmouth and Mercer counties in New Jersey as well as Richmond County (Staten Island) in New York. He also will be responsible for the sales and rentals of all allied equipment in the same territory, such as Terex Hydra Platform bridge inspection devices, Atlas Copco air compressors and Genie aerial lifts. “After months of training in both As a Foley rental account manager, Buerkle will be responsible for Caterpillar and Allied equipment, I am confi- all outside rentals of Caterpillar equipment in Monmouth and dent John has the tools he needs as Foley Mercer counties in New Jersey as well as Richmond County (Staten Rents continues to create customer experi- Island) in New York.

Issues Statement on Debt Reduction Toby Mack, president and CEO of Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) issued the following statement in response to a deficit reduction outline, “A Bipartisan Path Forward to Securing America’s Future,” by Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles, co-chairs of the Moment of Truth Project. The former leaders of the bipartisan National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform propose in their four steps to deficit reduction that lawmakers “require a highway bill to bring transportation spending and revenues in line.” “Congress should heed the call by Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles to restore the Highway Trust Fund’s solvency by aligning spending and revenue. The only acceptable way to do that is to fix the revenue shortfall, by raising the gas tax and/or identifying other new user fee revenues. A recent AED study found that without new revenues, the HTF will incur a $365.5 billion deficit over the next 23 years. We look forward to working with lawmakers in the weeks and months ahead to resolve the transportation funding challenge as part of a broader tax and budget deal,” said Mack. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Protestors Thwart Workers From Berlin Wall Section By David Rising ASSOCIATED PRESS

BERLIN (AP) Hundreds of angry protesters on March 1 prevented construction workers from removing a section of one of the few remaining stretches of the Berlin Wall, part of a plan to build a road to a new luxury condominium being built on the banks of the reunited city’s Spree river. Crews only managed to remove one section from the famous East Side Gallery before about 300 protesters pressed too close for work to continue. Demonstrators then wheeled in a mock wall section they had set up in front of the gap. The East Side Gallery is the longest remaining stretch of the Berlin Wall and is one of the German capital’s most popular tourist attractions, with Nicolas Cage recently mugging for snapshots with his wife Alice Kim during time off from the Berlin film festival. It was recently restored at a cost of more than $3 million to the city. The wall section stood on the eastern side of the elaborate border strip built by communist East Germany and, when the border was closed, carried none of the graffiti that covered the western side of the wall. On March 1, a protester carried a sign asking “does culture no longer have any value?’’ in bold letters, with “die yuppie scum’’ written in smaller letters. “With our art we documented the peaceful revolution — it is a document that needs to be saved for the next generations,’’ said artist Kani Alavi, whose mural of hundreds of people streaming through an open wall is not affected by the construction. “If we destroy it now, we have nothing left to illustrate our past — we have to fight for keeping this historic document.’’ The respite is likely only temporary, however, despite calls to halt the construction permanently. Local city district chairman Franz Schulz told Bild newspaper that historical preservation authorities had given a construction firm all the permission needed to dismantle the 72 ft. (22 m) section of the 3/4 mi. (1.3 km) stretch of the wall for the Living Levels condominium project. Volker Thoms, a spokesman of project developer Living Bauhaus, said construction would continue in the “coming days’’ but

sought to allay concerns, saying that the sections being removed would be reconstructed in the riverside park that runs behind the East Side Gallery. “The artists aren’t very happy about this, but in the end their paintings and their art will not disappear, it will just not be in the wall but behind it,’’ he told The Associated Press. Another small section of the East Side Gallery was removed a few years ago in con-

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junction with the building of a new sports and concert arena. Thoms said the road will give pedestrians access to a new footbridge across the Spree that was destroyed during World War II and is being rebuilt by the city, as well as another condo project. The East Side Gallery was transformed into an open-air gallery months after East Germany opened its borders on Nov. 9, 1989, and is now covered in colorful murals painted by about 120 artists. They include the famous image of boxy East German Trabant car that appears to burst through the wall; and a fraternal communist kiss between Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev and his East German counterpart, Erich Honecker. Crews were only able to remove one approximately 5 ft. (1.5 m) section from a mural depicting a stylized version of another Berlin landmark, the Brandenburg Gate, before the protests stopped the work. Robert Muschinski, one of the protest organizers, called the demonstrators’ success a “historic moment.’’ “It’s a scandal and it’s embarrassing,’’ he said. “Today we showed the world we would destroy a longtime part of our history in favor of the interests of private investors.’’ (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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FAE USA Annual Sales Meeting, Training Demo in Ga.

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AE USA recently held its annual sales meeting and training demo for all U.S. territory managers. The first of two days of meetings started at Lake Lanier Islands resort in north Georgia with product training and marketing strategies and continued on day two with additional training and a demo. With the addition of several new territory managers, the FAE USA staff focused training on the entire FAE and PrimeTech equipment and attachment lines. Several new FAE product offerings for 2013, which were introduced at the meeting, had many looking forward to getting back to their territories to spread the good news. “The new low flow DML/HY125 and DML/SSL125 are going to be the hottest selling attachments on the market,” said Dave Evans, territory manager in the Carolina’s. “If you think about the low flow industry for heavy brush clearing, there’s only brush cutters and flail mowers. There’s maybe only one other low flow drum style rotary mulcher on the market. The way FAE has designed their new low flow mulcher, I truly believe this is going to be one of the

FAE USA territory representatives from all over the country converged on FAE USA in Flowery Branch, Ga., to learn and demo the newest products manufactured by FAE during its recent annual meeting.

year’s hot sellers.” Ken Pryzgoda, territory manager of Colo., N.M., and Wyo., was equally impressed with the new FAE USA DML/HY & DML/SSL mulchers. “With the high speed rotor system having a smaller diameter and turning faster with the new design tooth, these attachments will really open a new market of the low flow machine owners … it’s a very fast cutting machine,” he said.

FAE demoed a Challenger MT665D with the new RSM 225 PTO driven attachment, mostly for road reclamation, but also a multi-purpose machine that works as a rock crusher, soil stabilizer and forestry tiller.

FAE USA’s Giorgio Carera (L) and Lee Smith field questions from their territory managers on all of the products that were demoed throughout the day.

FAE USA CEO Giorgio Carera was in attendance and noted that everyone seemed very positive that the market is coming back. He said that this optimism coupled with the new products being launched would make for a good year. “We have new products ... including our new low flow mulching attachments we are introducing at this meeting,” he said. “We explored this market for quite some time and found there was a good potential with con-

At completion of demo time, the mulching attachments were brought indoors and carefully inspected by regional managers and representatives of the parent company, FAE in Italy.

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tractors that own low flow machines who want to do multiple jobs and be able to add the ability to grind and mulch material and underbrush. What we saw were a lot of low flow skid steers owned by contractors looking for other options to fully utilize their machines and expand into other types of work. With the majority of the skid steer loaders on the market being low flow machines, this was a natural progression for our lineup of mulchers. These new attachments also carry over into utilization in the farming industry.” Carera added, “FAE prides itself on using the best engineering and technology available as well as the best materials, such as Hardox steel. The majority of the attachment body that contains the main wear parts are protected by Hardox. Because of this, we are the only manufacturer in this segment of the industry that is able to carry the Hardox logo on our attachments.” The new low flow attachments are now available. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

A Caterpillar 289C compact track loader was the carrier machine for demoing one of the stars of the show … the new DML/SSL125 low flow mulching attachment for skid steer loaders and compact track machines.

Earle Alsobrook, FAE USA regional representative of Alabama, does some iPad videoing of each of the demos to take back and view with the dealers and customers in his territory.


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N.J.’s Ritacco Celebrates a Quarter-Century in Business RITACCO from page 8

bridge rehabilitation and construction. Since establishing a reinvigorated business culture approximately five years ago, Ritacco’s success has been extraordinary. Challenging bridge construction, installation of culverts, major road improvements and dam rehabilitation projects have been completed for private owners, NJDOT and several counties. Some noteworthy projects at the county level include a $5 million contract with the county of Passaic which included the French Hill Road improvements in Wayne, construction of the $2 million Bridge 1400 in Butler and the $1.9 million Green Pond Road Bridge in Rockaway for the county of Morris. During this five year period, Ritacco also completed a $1.5 million contract for the construction of a Route 57 bridge in Washington Township and a $1.3 million replacement of the Route 23 Peckman’s Bridge in Cedar Grove — both for the NJDOT. The successes with the county and NJDOT work allowed the firm to “step up” to the next level of challenging projects that followed. Ritacco’s largest single project was completed earlier this year. It was a $13.4 million contract with the NJDOT to replace a Route 206 bridge over the CSX Railroad in Montgomery Township. This work was especially challenging as it required the bridge replacement over the active railroad. A second NJDOT contract that the firm recently completed was a $3.1 million project to construct a Route 208 bridge over Lafayette Avenue in Hawthorne. Over the last two years, Ritacco Construction has been low bidder on a number of projects for the county of Somerset, county of Sussex and the NJDOT. This work

The Grove Street Bridge over Route 46 constructed by Ritacco for the NJDOT.

includes multi-million dollar projects for the reconstruction of a Route 9 bridge in Eagleswood, a James Street bridge over Route 287 in Morris Township and the Route 15 bridge deck replacement over Weldon and Espanong Road. More

The Rockafellows Mill Road Bridge rehabilitation completed by Ritacco for the county of Hunterdon.

recent NJDOT low bids include a $3.8 million contract for structural replacement and intersection improvements on Route 27 in South Plainfield and a $2.3 million contract for the James Street Bridge over Route 287 in Morris Township. While working on the various NJDOT projects, Ritacco also set his sights on some challenging work at the county level. The firm recently began work on an $8.3 million contract for the county of Sussex to replace Bridge EO7, which will involve constructing a 500 ft. (152 m) long elevated viaduct over the New York - Susquehanna Railroad. Simultaneously, the firm is also completing the replacement of County Bridge GO703 in Bridgewater for the county of Somerset. Several key employees at Ritacco Construction have contributed to the firm’s success over the years. Rita Ritacco Lennon has played a major role in the firm’s success. She serves as chief financial officer and with the firm since the formation of the company. Pat Gencarelli is a superintendent with the firm for 15 years and Carlo Ritacco, Tony’s brother, is a superintendent and with the company since 1993. With the firm for 10 years is Giuseppe Gencarelli who is the project manager. Four years ago Sal Nesto Jr. joined the firm and is the firm’s vice president and chief operating officer. He has worked closely with Tony Ritacco in implementing future direction of the firm. The company also expresses a measure of gratitude to Ralph Nesto, who headed the firm’s estimating efforts for more than ten years prior to his passing in June of 2011. Tony Ritacco’s new approach in advancing his firm, which he implemented five years ago, is paying dividends. The organization is a cohesive force focused on success. (This article was reprinted with permission from Utility and Transportation Contractor Magazine, December 2012 Issue.) (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Centuries-Old Buried Live Oak Put to Use in Athol, Mass. By George Barnes TELEGRAM & GAZETTE

ATHOL, Mass. (AP) If wood could talk, the old beams in Thomas Mann’s lumber yard would sound like a chatty ship’s bosun. They are gnarly, tough and interesting. “They are nearly bulletproof,” Mann said. Mann, owner of Mann Lumber Co., has a big pile of dark-colored beams in his yard that are unlike other salvaged materials he has collected for resale. First of all, these beams are not his. They belong to Partners HealthCare, the parent company of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. The beams are special in part because they are probably at least 300 years old and were buried in the former Charlestown Naval Yard before the Civil War, possibly to preserve them for use in repairing sailing vessels. They were discovered when the company started construction on a new Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital on one of the parcels at the former naval yard. Mann has had the timbers for two years, waiting for Partners HealthCare to decide what to do with them. “When they went to build a new waterfront hospital, they discovered lots and lots of them buried in the former naval yard,” he said. Once the company figured out that the large logs were for building and repairing old sailing vessels, the company gave three-quar-

ters of them to Mystic Seaport: The Museum of America and the Sea, which is in the middle of restoring the world’s last surviving wooden whaling vessel, the Charles W. Morgan. The vessel is undergoing a $10 million restoration. The timbers, which are in remarkably good condition, considering they have been buried since the mid-1800s, are the same type of wood used to build the Morgan in 1841. “The hospital kept 25 percent of the wood so it could be put to some reuse,” Mann said. Finding the eventual reuse involved two years of the hospital building project’s architects accepting and rejecting designs that would not work in some way with the overall design or would be a problem to create out of the wood. Mann said the wood is live oak, an evergreen oak found in the south. For wooden ships the wood was much sought after, because the unusual grain makes the wood extremely hard. “It also grows curved, which makes it good for ship building,” Mann said. The wood was a bonanza for the ship museum, which had taken to reclaiming live oaks that had fallen for some reason, including many trees that were blown down by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Mann’s yard is filled with wood and other building materials he has purchased that he will either rework and sell or resell outright, including a 40-ft. (12 m) beam from an old

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years, designs were put forward that were just not what the hospital wanted. “They kept trying to come up with designs instead of letting the wood decide what it wants to have done,” Mann said. On the last day of the year, they contacted him and told him they had a plan for some of the wood. Within days he was working on his first commission, to make a two-piece bench that will be installed in a public area between the hospital and the waterfront. The piece he is working on first is a few feet thick with a beautiful curve to it. He has been working to dry it out and smooth it off enough so it will be comfortable for public use. He said it will not be sanded down much because the owners want the character of the wood to be retained as much as possible. The second piece of the bench is on a flatbed truck. Mann said he plans to load it into his wood shop and work on it side-by-side with the other piece. The bench will be substantial. A second single-piece bench also is being made. The rest of the wood, a few dozen large pieces, including one that is about 31 sq. in. (200 sq cm), are still being looked at by the architects. And eventually, Mann said the wood will let them know what it should become. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Any former chicken farmer will tell you, don’t put all your eggs in one basket. That is why ELJ Inc. has diversified its operations to yearround service with a portfolio that includes a history of building some of the most noteworthy roads and road projects in New England and thousands of homes as well. This all started when Everett T. Francis — the father of three sons — founded Francis Brothers Inc. in Bristol, R.I., in 1946. Everett had been a chicken farmer before entering World War II, where he became a decorated hero, receiving the Purple Heart, among other awards. He also was in charge of communications in the Army — a land radio dispatcher who directed naval firearms on seven different islands. “Everett’s father Frank Francis had come from Portugal and purchased land in Bristol and the family became chicken and vegetable farmers. When Everett returned from the war, he founded Francis Brothers Inc.,” said Everett’s son Christopher, now the third generation involved in the family business. “Everett, my father, and his two brothers, went into the trucking business. My grandfather Frank bought his sons three Ford F8 trucks, dump trucks, and with those trucks, the three brothers, my father and uncles, helped to build the Maine Turnpike.” As time went on, family patriarch Frank, who had purchased quite a bit of real estate in town, started to sell surplus materials from the land and started to sub-divide various properties; selling lots and parcels, building roads and building houses to sell. This led to the family beginning a realty company called Francis Realty which traces its start back to the end of the World War. The family business diversified before the term “diversification” was even coined. “My father-in-law Everett and his brothers also built a golf course in Bristol, named The Bristol Golf Club Inc., which we own,” said Christopher’s wife Patricia of a popular ninehole course that runs through the heart of the town. Patricia met Christopher when she bartended at the club in the 1980s. Three Noble Sons Patriarch Frank’s future foundation for building was laid with solid bricks, in still another diversification of the original company. While still young men working at their original company Francis Brothers Inc. in the 1940s and 50s, brothers Everett, Louis and Joseph began a house building business with a brick Crete machine. “They created their own bricks and were the first in the area to build houses with bricks. The company grew. When my grandfather bought the land, it developed into house building after realty selling,” added Christopher. “They began by developing their own land and eventually built more than 3,000 homes in the area including Bristol, Warren and Portsmouth, R.I. and Fall River, Swansea, Somerset, Dighton and Rehoboth, Mass.” In 1966, 20 years after Francis Brothers started, Everett established a new name, ELJ Inc., with his two brothers Louis and Joe. Everett’s two sons, Kevin and Christopher began working in the family business out of high school in the 1980s and have expanded it to include many other facets of the construction and land development industry. Everett’s wife Theresa also was an intricate part of the family business starting in 1959.

ELJ Inc. has worked on site, excavating and building, on many of the more familiar commercial buildings in the region.

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While maintaining the golf course, the new generation formed a drilling and blasting corporation, ABlast Inc., in 1989, as well as operating Francis Realty which handles 90plus rental units. Even further diversification came with the foundation of their crushing business that manufactures and sells stone and recycled materials, called ELJ Materials Inc., founded and expanded in the mid-1990s. “We sell several types of mulch, sand, screened loam,

compost loam and stone to contractors as well as the general public. We do all types of site and utility work and plow snow for the state of Rhode Island. We have diversified the business so that it is a productive, year-round corporation,” said Christopher. Those year-round services include excavation, installation of site utilities, septic systems, demolition work, pool digging, drilling and blasting, residential and commercial subdivisions and draining systems (infiltrations, infrastructure), hydro-seeding, portable crushing and hydraulic hammering. “My wife Patricia joined ELJ Inc. in 1990 and manages the office and financial duties,” said Christopher. “My son Casey, who is 14, has taken a keen interest in the business and would like to take over some day after college. He already operates a six-yard loader, excavators and backhoes and farm tractors. He works on Saturdays and all school vacations. His twin brother Christopher also is interested, but focuses on sports more at this point in his life.” Beyond this new fourth generation of the family in operation, the company has maintained an average of 15 to 20 employees each year, seasonally, for 66 years. Through the last decade, two employees have been outstanding in their work: Danny Cheatom, a foreman who has been with ELJ Inc. for more than 10 years and Fred Hipolito, the company’s mechanic/foreman who has been with the company for 10 years. “Both are loyal and excellent employees,” said Christopher. Many Familiar Sites ELJ Inc. has worked on site, excavating and building, some of the more familiar buildings in the region, including: Walgreens, Bristol, R.I.; People’s Credit Union, Bristol, R.I.; Island Self-Storage, Portsmouth, R.I.; and work around Raytheon Corporation, Portsmouth, R.I. The company also has been subcontracted for many builders, including: several demolitions for Butera Building and Design in Barrington, R.I.; several site jobs for Andrew see ELJ page 62


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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) Paying to fix New Hampshire’s deteriorating highways is shaping up as a choice between legalizing video slots and increasing the gas tax. The gas tax has been 18 cents for 22 years. House Public Works and Highways Chairman David Campbell, a Democrat with support from a former GOP House Finance chairman, is sponsoring a bill to increase it 12 cents and to raise registration fees over three years. The money would be used to pay to complete the widening of Interstate 93 from the Massachusetts border to Manchester and to fix ailing roads and bridges. Democratic State Sen. Lou D’Allesandro also has on his side a powerful Republican, Senate Finance Chairman Chuck Morse, and he’s sponsoring a bill to legalize 5,000 video slot machines and 150 table games in one casino. Whether gamblers or drivers finance the fix isn’t likely to be decided until the budget is acted on in June. Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan — unlike her predecessor — opened the door a crack during the campaign to raising the gas tax to fix deteriorating highways as well as to a casino to provide revenue for the state government. Hassan said she is focusing on building consensus around a revenue source. New Hampshire looks like a state with a case of measles when looking at a map of deficient bridges. Each red dot represents one of more than 350 municipal bridges on the state’s red list — those most in need of repair. Another 140 bridges owned by the state are on the list. Similarly, squiggly red lines represent state roads in poor condition. The 1,565 mi. of roads in poor condition would stretch from Concord to Fargo. The 1,867 mi. in fair condition would continue on from Fargo to Lake Watson in the Yukon. And the 828 mi. in good condition — mostly the interstate and turnpike system that benefited from federal stimulus funding improvements — would run the rest of the way from Lake Watson to Anchorage, Alaska. D’Allesandro, of Manchester, and Morse, of Salem, propose using almost half the revenues from legalizing a casino for highways. The rest would be earmarked to public universities and possibly economic development. Neither legislator could provide an estimate of the gambling revenues. The pro-

posed licensing fee would be $80 million and would not be available until next year’s budget at the earliest. Senate Republican Leader Jeb Bradley, of Wolfeboro, and Morse insist the Senate must first debate whether to legalize video slots before dividing the profits. “I think we know we are falling further behind in our ability to have an infrastructure people can depend on,” he added. But bipartisan support for infrastructure improvements may not be enough. The House has killed dozens of gambling bills over the years, and Senate opposition to a gas tax increase is likely to be just as strong. “It’s a $147 million tax on the citizens of New Hampshire,” Morse said of Campbell’s gas tax bill. Campbell, of Nashua, said the latest estimates are that the bill would raise less — $122 million in the third year. He argues legalizing one casino to compete with three proposed resort casinos in Massachusetts won’t raise enough money and, unlike the gas tax, is not constitutionally earmarked for highways. He argues that someone driving 10,000 miles a year and burning 500 gallons of gas will pay about $60 more under his bill. The registration fee hike for cars would be $5 each of the next three years. Campbell points to the nearly two dozen bridges that have been closed over the past two years as reason to act now. He also argues the tax increase won’t be reflected penny-for-penny in gas prices. New Hampshire’s tax rate is the lowest in New England, yet gas can be found cheaper in nearby states, he said. He faces a strong foe in the New Hampshire Motor Transport Association, whose 325 trucking company members oppose the bill because it also raises the diesel tax and registration fees. Association President Bob Sculley said the cost to truckers would be an unaffordable $1,875 more per year. “If we have to drive around a [closed] bridge, that’s what we’ll have to do,” he said. But Campbell said New Hampshire can’t keep ignoring the problem. He characterizes New Hampshire’s approach as ignoring a roof whose shingles have blown off by sticking a bucket to catch the drip from bad weather. Next, the blue tarp goes up and finally the roof caves in, he said. “The drip is coming down. We’ve got a lot of buckets,” he said. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Tiplady Builders of Barrington; building the road named Casey Drive, Bristol, for Jackson and Pacheco Builders; constructing White Tail Drive, Bristol for Douglas Gablinski Builders; several jobs in Rhode Island for Greenwich Bay Developers; and excavation of Gunite Pools for Hendricks Pools in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. They have worked as far away as Maine and Connecticut, hundreds of miles away from their headquarters. On all these many jobs over the past seven decades, safety has been of paramount importance. “We hold MSHA training for all of our miners when they are hired and we provide a refresher course yearly for our existing employees,” said Christopher. “We also send them to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10. We make sure that they are up-to-date on their CPR and first aid safety every two years.” The precautions have worked for all of these years. “We have not had any major injuries. We are very concerned about the health and welfare of our employees and we make sure that they follow company procedures at all times,” added Patricia. A stellar record of finished work at easily recognizable and well-traveled places, and word of mouth through contractors, home owners and town officials gets ELJ Inc. most of its work. “We have a reputation for providing excellent service. We are very accommodating. We have fair prices, but the work always gets done on time and with excellent quality,” added the couple. “We have received words of praise after the jobs have been done, due to our employees and our neat and clean and precise work,” said Patricia. “We are very well diversified and we are capable of doing all of these trades inhouse with subbing out very little work. Our staff is well-trained and knowledgeable of all phases of site, materials, maintenance and development.” The company holds drainlayers licenses in several cities in Rhode Island and Massachusetts that come in handy. “Often, we are called for jobs because we hold these licenses and have a great reputation. In Rhode

Island, we hold them in Barrington, Bristol, Cumberland, East Providence, Lincoln, Middletown, Pawtucket, West Warwick, and Warren. In Massachusetts, Dighton, Rehoboth, Swansea and Fall River,” said Christopher. Mattresses as Tools ELJ Inc.’s team is nothing, if not innovative, especially when the job might be a blast.

“We donate to the Gloria Gemma (Breast Cancer) Foundation, St. Philomena’s School, Bristol Fourth of July Committee, Bristol Police for cyber-bulling and the D.A.R.E. program, and the Bristol Police I.B.P.O. Local 304, King Phillip Little League and Bristol Youth Wrestling, and to Mt. Carmel Church for their annual toucha-truck fundraiser,” said Patricia, who organizes much of this work. “We also have donated to the Rhode

Services include excavation, installation of site utilities, septic systems, demolition work, pool digging and drilling and blasting, to name a few.

“Many blasting jobs have been intricate. For example, a Newport mansion where we blasted underneath the kitchen floor using bed mattresses, blasting for improvements on several gas stations next to existing gas tanks, and blasting for an elevator shaft in an existing structure in New Bedford, Mass.,” said Christopher. “We completed a job for Berkshire Wilton LLP, Wilton, Conn. It was a $6 million summer home. We completed all site work, including two septic systems, driveway, walkways, all excavation and utilities. The job began in 2010,” Christopher said, “Access to the project was difficult. It was a private road with narrow access to the site, and it was difficult to mobilize large construction equipment around time restrictions set forth by fellow neighbors,” he added. “We had to be accommodating to all residents.” Giving Back ELJ Inc. also is in the forefront of charity work.

Island Veterans home in honor of my father Everett, who passed away in February 2011,” added Christopher. “We have donated trucks and trailers every year to the Bristol Fourth of July Committee for various floats. This year, we donated an extra truck and trailer to the Gloria Gemma Foundation to raise the awareness of breast cancer in the East Bay. This foundation is especially close to my heart, because my wife Patty was diagnosed with breast cancer in February of 2012,” continued Christopher. “We are also very concerned about the youth in our community, and this is why we continue to donate to the local Little League, Mt. Carmel Church and, most importantly, the Bristol Police Department.” For more information, go to www.eljbristol.com or call 401-2539696. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Cocchiola Paving Relies On ‘Vision’ for New England’s Winding Roads The winding two-lane blacktop roads of New England can make it hard for a tracked paver to place asphalt at a swift pace. That’s why a Connecticut road contractor believes the 8-ft. (2.4 m) Vögele Vision 5103-2 rubber-tired paver is the top choice for best-practice paving projects on local roads. “The rubber tires make it easy to move the paver on the roads,” said Domingos Almeida, vice president, Cocchiola Paving, Inc., Oakville, Conn. “We can travel back and forth on the job site without making a mess.” In addition to the narrow, winding roads, the abundance of small intersections in semi-rural New England make the maneuverability of the 8-ft, rubber-tired Vision 51022 ideal for the back-and-forth paving of asphalt intersections. “If you do this with tracks they will lift the asphalt up,” Almeida said. “I’ve

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Historic Building Prepped for New Life By Stanley Hurwitz SPECIAL TO CEG He sounds like a relative talking about preserving a family heirloom. That’s how Tom Bigelow describes Bigelow & Fleming’s involvement in the restoration of the iconic Standard-Times Building, erected in 1894 in downtown New Bedford, Mass. “We’re really proud and excited to be part of the team on this unique project,” he said. Bigelow is a founding principal of the company. Bigelow & Fleming based in Easton, Mass., and celebrating its 10th anniversary, expects to hand over the shell to the owner/developer around the end of January — on time and on budget. He said B & F was chosen by property owner The Columbus Group of Boston for the initial $2.5 million preparation phase of the historic renovation based on his firm’s track record. B & F has managed construction projects for such blue-ribbon clients as Gillette, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Babson College and Brandeis University, to name a few. “In addition to new construction, we’ve built a reputation for breathing new life into old buildings,” Bigelow said. The property, at 555 Pleasant St., opposite the public library, has been vacant since the Standard-Times newspaper

moved to modern offices in 1995. The structure, designed by architects Peabody and Stearns, is in the Central New Bedford Historic District. Joining Bigelow & Fleming on the renovation team are historic preservation consultants MacRostie Historic Advisors LLC of Washington, D.C., who have been working with the National Park Service to ensure fulfillment of federal tax credit requirements, and the Boston firm of Steffian Bradley Architects who designed the renovation. “Our team’s assignment in the $6 million adaptive reuse project was to gut the five-story, 34,000 square-foot building to prepare it for build-outs that will ultimately house offices on floors 2 to 5 and a restaurant on the street level,” said Bigelow. Among his key team members are Project Manager and Licensed Structural Engineer Mike Farrer, and Project Supervisor, John Arruda. Local trades people have been employed for the work. “Removing everything down to the bricks and beams in a 19th century structure — without affecting the shell — takes a highly skilled team,” said Bigelow. “We’re right on schedule, preparing to turn over the shell to the owner in early 2013.” The work included several complex components: • Installation of a new elevator in the old

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AGC Chief Executive Officer Issues Infrastructure Investment Plan Statement The chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, issued the following statement in response to the release of President Obama’s Infrastructure Investment Plan: “President Obama is right to continue to focus on the nation’s significant, and growing, infrastructure needs. As he noted in his State of the Union address, the condition of many of the nation’s aging bridges, highways and other essential infrastructure is unacceptably poor. And he is absolutely right to point out the need to identify additional sources of revenue for transportation investments, including from the private sector. We look forward to working with the administration as it acts on the key measures in

the president’s plan that were already authorized by last year’s transportation law and require no additional legislation, including expanding the federal infrastructure loan program known as TIFIA and cutting the length of regulatory reviews by at least 50 percent. There is no reason it should take federal officials nearly a decade on average to decide whether to allow or deny new infrastructure projects, for example. “While we are encouraged by the president’s consistent focus on infrastructure, we hope the administration will expend as much energy identifying ways to address the long-term funding challenges that threaten significant cuts in federal transportation investments over the coming years.

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Topcon’s Collaboration With Autodesk Allows Cloud-Link Topcon Positioning Systems Inc. (TPS) has announced the first results of its collaboration with Autodesk Inc., a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software: A direct link to AutoCAD WS within Topcon’s Magnet Enterprise cloud service. This new capability, launched only two months after the collaboration between the two companies was announced, will provide a direct path for This collaboration with Autodesk allows the streamlining field and office data to of the data flow between design and execution via a flow seamlessly from col- seamless connection — cloud surfing — between the lection, design, review and office and site. adjustment between Magnet Enterprise and AutoCAD WS — ices and mobile applications. Working with saving multiple steps and software conver- Topcon is the next step in completely transsions that have typically been required. The forming how the construction industry new capability is automatically available to works — by providing direct integration and streamlining the availability of critical field all users of Magnet Enterprise. Ewout Korpershoek, senior vice president information. Customers get a more seamless of TPS product management and marketing, workflow and path to BIM in the field — so said, “With Autodesk having the world’s they can increase productivity, enhance field premier and most common design software safety, and improve quality control.” Topcon’s Magnet suite of productivity suites, and Topcon having industry-leading positioning products, the world’s largest base software products includes Magnet of model based design users can now seam- Enterprise, a cloud-based service that conlessly push AutoCAD WS design data to nects mobile and office software products field personnel from within Magnet and provides a web-based interface to comEnterprise, and vice versa, push field meas- pany data and assets. AutoCAD WS web urements into AutoCAD WS directly and mobile application for AutoCAD softthrough the cloud for update and review — ware enables customers to view, edit, and share DWG files through a web browser or including on mobile devices. “This collaboration with Autodesk allows mobile device. The integration will allow the streamlining of the data flow between field workers to automatically document design and execution via a seamless connec- their site measurements directly from tion — cloud surfing — between the office Topcon devices to AutoCAD WS, creating and site, providing the highest degree of industry standard .DWG deliverables — directly impacting quality management and accuracy and productivity,” he said. “We have been working with our cus- coordination capabilities. “Autodesk and Topcon will continue to tomers to research how they could use technology to improve efficiency in construc- focus on developing tightly integrated solution. Our findings concluded that customers tions that will allow for optimized, seamless need an easy way to connect equipment and connections between office, web and mobile digital design data, including AutoCAD and worker, and between virtual and real BIM data,” said Nicolas Mangon, senior worlds,” Korpershoek said. For more information, visit magnetdirector, AEC strategy and marketing, tour.com/magnet-enterprise. Autodesk. (This story also can be found on “This past year, Autodesk has invested in delivering design data to the point of con- Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at struction via Autodesk BIM 360 cloud serv- www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Vision 5103-2 is followed by Hamm HD O70V roller in vibratory mode.

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level Interstate-type paving, Almeida said. “We’re really happy with the machine,” Almeida said. “In fact I want to talk about getting another one next year.” (This article was reprinted with permission from Wirtgen Technology Magazine, Fall/Winter 2012 Issue.)

Many of the roads Cocchiola paves by necessity don’t have shoulders, with pavements flanked by dirt or sand drop-offs. Almeida said that the rubber tires give the paver the higher “flotation” it needs to keep from getting bogged down in unconsolidat(This story also can be found on ed shoulders or raveled road edges. “In my Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at opinion the rubber tires are way better for www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) maintaining traction,” Almeida said. “Rubber tires are the best.” In late June, on the milled surface of Barn Hill Road in Monroe Township, Cocchiola was re-establishing crown, placing a 2 in. (5 cm) HMA mix and compacting it to 1.5 to 1.75 in. (3.8 to 4.4 cm), depending on the surface. Intermediate compaction was being accomplished by Cocchiola’s Hamm HD O70V roller in the vibratory mode. The firm also owns a Wirtgen WR 2500 it uses for full-depth reclamation and recycling. Cocchiola specializes in road and commercial work in western Connecticut. It’s a family owned and operated paving and construction company with more than six decades of experience in state, municipal and private projects. It does not do high- Swing-out seat gives operator greater visibility.


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12 (3.6) to 68 (20.7) 12 (3.6) to 66 (20.1)

19 (5.8) 25.5 (7.8) 10.5 (3.2) 16.4 (5.0) 32.8 (10) 19.7 (6.0) 42.6 (13) 12 (3.65) 15.7 (4.78) 11 (3.3) 14.3 (43.5)

6 (1.8) 8-12 (2.4-3.6) 10-26 (3-7.9)

HOPPER CAPACITY TONS (T) 219 ft3 (6.2 m3) 230 ft3 (6.5 m3) 251 ft3 (7.1 m3) 109 ft3 (3.1 m3) 219 ft3 (6.2 m3) 230 ft3 (6.5 m3) 251 ft3 (7.1 m3)

5 16.5 13 13 4 (4.06) 1648 Plus 6 (6.09 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

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12 (10.8) 15.7 (14.2) 5.5 (5.0) 11 (10) 14.3 (13) 14.3 (13) 15.4 (14) 250 (226) 250 (226) 98 (89) 59 (53.5)

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MODEL

ENGINE TYPE

VOLVO Tracked: PF4410 PF6110 P7820C ABG P8820C ABG ABG9820 Wheeled: PF2181 PF6160 PF6170

SCREED SIZE FT. (M)

WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

8 (2.44) 10 (3.05) 8 (2.44) 8 (2.44) 9.8 (3)

30,205 (13,700) 40,066 (18,174) 34,392 (15,600) 29,022 (17,700) 48,047 (21,800)

Deutz Cummins Volvo Volvo Deutz

8 (2.44) 10 (3.05) 10 (3.05)

27,295 (12,381) 36,122 (16,385) 36,422 (16,521)

Deutz Cummins Cummins

PAVING SPEED FPM (MPM)

80.71 (73.8) 82.02 (75) 66 (20) 66 (20) 65.62 (60) 65.4 (59.8) 98.97 (90.5) 98.97 (90.5)

PAVING WIDTH FT. (M)

21 (6.4) 26 (7.92) 36 (11) 42.7 (13) 52.5 (16) 20.9 (6.4) 25.9 (7.92) 25.9 (7.92)

HOPPER CAPACITY TONS (T)

9.7 (8.8) 15.85 (14.38) 14.9 (13.5) 14.4 (14) 19.29 (17.5) 11.35 (10.3) 15.85 (14.38) 15.85 (14.38)

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BOMAG BM500/50 BM500/15 BM1000/30-2 BM1200/30-2 BM1300/30-2 BM2000/60-2

DIMENSIONS (WxL) FT. (M) ) 28.05 x 4.36 (8.54 x 1.41 ) 28.05 x 4.36 (8.54 x 1.41 43.5 x 6.9 (13.26 x 2.1) 43.5 x 7.27 (13.26 x 2.2) 43.5 x 7.27 (13.26 x 2.2) 48.9 x 8.2 (14.9 x 2.5)

ILLAR 8.17 x 17.42 (2.5 x 5.33) CATERP ercarriage PM102 - Track und age PM102 - Wheel undercarri PM200 PM200 PM201 PM201

DYNAPAC PL350TD PL500TD

VOLVO Volvo MT2000 Volvo MW500

WIRTGEN W 35 DC W 50 W 50 DC W 60i W 100 W 100i W 100 F W 100Fi W 120 F W 120 Fi W 130 F W 130 Fi W 150 W 150i W 200 W 200i W 210 W 210i W 220 W 250 W 250-12

8.17 x 17.42 (2.5 x 5.33) 9 x 45.5 (2.75 x 13.94) 9.5 x 45.5 (2.97 x 13.94) 9.2 x 49.5 (2.81 x 15.1) 9.2 x 49.5 (2.81 x 15.1)

40 x 151.5 47 x 366.4

8.1 by 47.8 ( 2.5 by 14. 6)) 5.9 by 30.8 (1.70 by 9.4

14.5 x 4.4 (4.4 x 1.35) 27.8 x 5.5 (8.4 x 1.67) 28.6 x 5.5 (8.7 x 1.67) 40.3 x 6.4 (12.3 x 1.9) 36.7 x 7.7 (11.2 x 2.3) 36.9 x 7.7 (11.2 x 2.3) 41.5 x 8.3 (12.6 x 2.5) 42 x 8.4 (12.8 x 2.6) 41.5 x 8.8 (12.6 x 2.6) 42 x 8.8 (12.8 x 2.6) 41.5" x 9 (12.6 x 2.7) 42 x 9 (12.8 x 2.7) 42.8 x 7.9 (13 x 2.95) 43.3" x 7 .9 (13.2 x 2.95) 46.9 x 8.2 (14.3 x 2.5) 47.5 x 8.2 (14.5 x 2.5) 46.6 x 4.9 (14.2 x 1.5) 47.7 x 4.9 (14.2 x 1.5) 51 x 9.3 (15.6 x 2.8) 53.2 x 9.3 (16.2 x 2.8) 53.2 x 9.3 (16.2 x 3.1)

WIDTH CUT IN. (CM) 19.7 (50) 23.6 (60) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120) 51.2 (130) 78.7 (2,000)

40 (100) 40 (100) 79 (201) 88 (224) 83 (210) 88 (224)

13.8 (35) 19.7 (50)

86 (218.5) 19.7 (50)

14 (35) 20 (50) 20 (50) 24 (60) 39 (100) 39 (100) 39 (100) 39 (100) 47 (120) 47 (120) 51 (130) 51 (130) 59 (150) 59 (150) 78 (2000) 78 (2000) 78 (2000) 78 (2000) 87 (220) 87 (220) 150 (380)

DEPTH CUT IN. (CM) 0-8.3 (0-21) 0-8.3 (0-21) 0-12.6 (0-32) 0-12.6 (0-32) 0-12.6 (32) 0-12.6 (32)

12 (30.5) 12 (30.5) 12.6 (32) 12.6 (32) 12 (30.5) 12 (30.5)

3.9 (9.9) 7.9 (20)

14 (35.5) 8.3 (21)

4 (11) 6 (16) 8 (21) 12 (30) 12 (30) 12 (30) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 14 (35) 14 (35) 14 (35)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG) 16,755 (7,600) 16,976 (7,700) 42,108 (19,100) 42,770 (19,400) 43,100 (19.550) 66,800 (30,300)

38,810 (17,600) 37,705 (17,100) 66,359 (30,100) 69,445 (31,500) 86,360 (39,165) 87,495 (39,687)

10,185 (4,619) 16,535 (7,500)

80,930 (36,709) 20,020 (9,081)

10,251 (4,650) 14,473 (6,785) 17,857 (8,100) 34,613 (15,700) 36,585 (16,345) 36,586 (16,595) 49,813 (22,595) 50,343 (22,835) 52,216 (23,685) 52,746 (23,925) 53,209 (24,135) 53,738 (24,375) 54,454 (24,700) 55,336 (25,100) 59,922 (27,180) 60,914 (27,630) 62,139 (28,180) 63,670 (28,880) 97,488 (44,220) 112,016 (50,810) 114,728 (52,040)

ENGINE HP (kW) 125 (92) 125 (92) 275 (205) 275 (205) 275 (205) 590 (440)

225 (168) 225 (168) 575 (429) 575 (429) 650 (485) 650 (485)

60 130

Cummins 610 (455) Deutz 125 (93)

57 (43) 80 (60) 123 (92) 215 (160) 208 (155) 215 (160) 304 (227) 320 (239) 304 (227) 320 (239) 304 (227) 320 (239) 370 (276) 400 (298) 550 (410) 600 (447) 671 (500) 716 (534) 766 (571) 980 (731) 980 (731)

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MODEL

ENGINE TYPE

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Static Drum Ro Deutz BW5AS Cummins BW9AS Cummins BW11AS s ler Pneumatic Tire Rol Cummins BW11RH Deutz BW24RH Deutz BW27RH ers oll ory R Tandem Drum Vibrat Honda BW900-50 Kubota BW90AD-5 Kubota M-5 BW100AD Kubota -4 BW100AD Kubota -4 BW120AD Deutz BW135AD Kubota -4 BW138AD Deutz BW141AD-4 Deutz -4 BW151AD Deutz -4 BW161AD Deutz -4 AD BW190 Cummins -4 AD BW266 Cummins BW278AD-4 Cummins -4 AD BW284 rs lle Ro tion ac Intelligent Comp Deutz BW190AD-4 AM Cummins BW278AD-4 AM ry Rolers Combination Vibrato Kubota -4 AC BW120 s ller Ro ry o rat Single Drum Vib Deutz BW124DH-40 Deutz BW124PDH-40 Deutz BW145D-40 Deutz BW145DH-40 Deutz BW145PDH-40 Cummins BW177D-50 Cummins BW177DH-50 Cummins BW177PDH-50 Deutz BW211D-50 Deutz BW211PD-50 Cummins BW213DH-40 Cummins BW213PDH-40 Deutz BW213D-4 Deutz BW213DH-4 Deutz BW213PDH-4 Deutz BW213DH-4 BVC Soil Compactors Deutz BC462EB Deutz B-2 BC772E Deutz 2 22MPH1 Deutz 25 MPH1 Cummins -2 364 62/ MPH3

ON WACKER NEUSHat z RD 7H-ES RS 800A RSS 800A RTX-SCZ RT 82-SC RD 12-90 RD 12-90A RD 16-100 RD 16-90 RD 27-100 RD 27-120

Honda Honda Kohler Kohler Wacker Honda Kohler Kohler Perkins Perkins

WIDTH IN. (CM)

DRUM WIDTH IN. (CM)

42 (106.7) 50 (127) 54 (137)

52 (132.1) 62.5 (159) 62.5 (159)

n/a n/a n/a

68 (173) 83.4 (211.8) 83.4 (211.8)

35.4 (90) 35.4 (90) 39.4 (100) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120) 51.2 (130) 54.3 (138) 59.1 (150) 66.1 (168) 66.1 (168) 78.74 (200) 66 (167.6) 78 (198.1) 84 (213.4)

37.8 (96.1) 37.6 (95.6) 41.6 (105.6) 42.4 (107.6) 50.23 (127.6) 54.3 (138) 57.9 (147) 65.4 (166) 72.4 (184) 72.4 (184) 85.0 04 (216) 72 (182.9) 84.5 (214.6) 90 (228.6)

78.74 (200) 78 (198.1)

85.04 (216) 84.5 (214.6) 50.23 (127.5)

47.2 (120.0) 47.2 (120.0) 47.2 (120.0) 56.1 (142.6) 56.1 (142.6) 56.1 (142.6) 66.4 (168.6) 66.4 (168.6) 66.4 (168.6) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0)

51.6 (131.0) 51.6 (131.0) 60.8 (154.6) 60.8 (154.6) 60.8 (154.6) 71.5 (181.6) 71.5 (181.6) 71.5 (181.6) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0)

113.6 (288.5) 148.6 (377.5) 91.7 (233.0) 91.7 (240.0) 79.0 (200.5)

141.7 (360.0) 149.6 (380.0) 110.6 (281.0) 112.2 (285.0) 115.0 (292.1)

25.5 (65) 28.3 (72) 28.3 (72) 22 or 32 (56 or 82) 32 (82) 35.4 (90) 35.4 (90) 39.4 (100) 35.4 (90) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120)

27.5 (70) 33 (83) 33 (83) 22 (56) 32 (82) 40.8 (103) 40.8 (103) 43.3 (110) 39.4 (100) 43.3 (110) 51.2 (130)

INSIDE TURN RADIUS IN. (CM)

112.5 (285.5) 142 (361) 156 (396.2) 108 (274.3) 209.4 (531.92) 209.4 (531.92) 64.8 (164.7) 79.9 (203) 78 (198) 107.1 (272.0) 103.1 (262.0) 143.7 (365) 103 (261.6) 176.8 (449) 173.2 (440) 173.2 (440) 166.93 (424) 163 (414) 198 (502.9) 165 (419.1) 166.93 ( 424) 198 (502.9) 103.1 (262.0) 88.2 (224.0) 88.2 (224.0) 109.5 (278.0) 109.5 (278.0) 109.5 (278.0) 123.1 (312.7) 123.1 (312.7) 123.1 (312.7) 137.6 (349.4) 137.6 (349.4) 142.3 (361.5) 142.3 (361.5) 137.6 (349.6) 137.6 (349.6) 137.6 (349.6) 137.6 (349.6) 162.0 (411.6) 121.7 (309.0) 137.8 (350.0) 147.6 (375.0) 252.0 (640.1)

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MODEL

ENGINE TYPE

HAMM bber Tire Rollers

Drum and Ru Kubota HD 10 VT Kubota HD 12 VT Kubota HD 13 VT Kubota HD 14 VT Deutz HD 70K Deutz HD 75K Deutz VT 90 + HD Deutz VT 110 + HD Rubber Tire Rollers Deutz GRW 280-10 (9.5 mt) Deutz mt) (14 -15 280 GRW Deutz mt) .3 (18 -20 GRW 280 Deutz mt) 1 . (23 GRW 280-25 Deutz mt) .6 GRW 280-30 (27 Rollers Single Padfoot Drum Deutz 3205 P Deutz 3307 P Deutz 3410 P Deutz 3412 P Deutz P 0 352 Deutz P H 18i Deutz H 20i P Deutz H 25i P lers Rol y tor bra Single Smooth Drum Vi Deutz 3205 Deutz 3307 Deutz 3307 VIO Deutz 3410 Deutz 3412 Deutz VIO 2 341 Deutz 3520 Deutz H 18i Deutz H 20i Deutz H 25i ller Smooth Drum Static Ro Deutz HW 90 B 10-mt Deutz HW 90 B 12-mt ry Vibrato Rollers Tandem Smooth Drum Kubota HD 8 VV Kubota HD 10 C VV Kubota HD 10 VV Kubota VV 12 HD Kubota VV 13 HD Kubota VV HD 14 Deutz HD 70 HV Deutz HD O70V Deutz HD 75 HV Deutz HD+ 90 VV Deutz HD+ 90 VV HF Deutz HD+ 90 VO Deutz VV 110 + HD Deutz HF VV HD+ 110 Deutz VO HD+ 110 Deutz HD+ 120 VV Deutz HD+ 120 VV HF Deutz HD+ 120 VO Deutz HD+ 140 VV Deutz HD+ 140 VV HF Deutz VO 140 + HD

DRUM WIDTH IN. (CM)

WIDTH IN. (CM)

39 (99) 47 (119) 51 (130) 54 (138) 59 (150) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 54 (137) 66 (168) 84 (214) 84 (214) 87.4 (222) 84.3 (214) 84.3 (214) 84.3 (214) 54 (137) 66 (168) 66 (168) 84 (214) 84 (214) 84 (214) 87.4 (222) 84.3 (214) 84.3 (214) 84.3 (214) 43.3 (110) 43.3 (110) 31.5 (80) 39.4 (100) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120) 51.2 (130) 54.3 (138) 59 (150) 59 (150) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 78 (198) 78 (198) 78 (198) 84 (214) 84 (214) 84 (214)

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97 (247) 93 (237) 106 (269) 104 (265) 164 (417) 161 (408) 207 (525) 207 (525)

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52/67 52/67 51/60 51/60 48/58 48/58 42/50 42/50

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84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213)

117 (296) 120 (306) 158 (400) 145 (369) 165 (418) 165.4 (420) 165.4 (420) 165.4 (420)

58 (148) 70.5 (179) 89 (225) 89 (225) 94 (239) 91 (231) 91 (231) 99 (251)

117 (296) 120 (306) 120 (306) 158 (400) 145 (369) 145 (369) 165 (418) 165.4 (420) 165.4 (420) 165.4 (420)

58 (148) 70.5 (179) 70.5 (179) 89 (225) 89 (225) 89 (225) 94 (239) 91 (231) 91 (231) 99 (251)

93 (236) 93 (236)

43.3 (110) 43.3 (110)

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THE NEW DYNAMIC EFFICIENCY W 210i WITH MORE THAN 60 NEW INNOVATIVE FEATURES More power with less fuel technology: PTS – Parallel to Surface WIDRIVE – New control solutions ISC – Intelligent speed control LEVEL PRO – Designed for the crew 3DS – Flexible application drum speed VCS – Environmentally friendly

W 210i Engine: Milling widths:

716 HP 6’ 7”; optional: combo and 7’ 3” Milling depth: 13” Operating weight, CE: 63,670 lbs

ROAD AND MINERAL TECHNOLOGIES ELLIOTT & FRANTZ, INC 10421 Guilford Road Jessup, MD 20794 301/725-7394 Fax: 301/725-7361 38420 Sussex Highway Delmar, DE 19940 302/846-3033 Fax: 302/846-0763

MONROE TRACTOR

1001 Lehigh Station Road 9469 Hawkins Drive Henrietta, NY 14467 Mannassas, VA 20109 585/334-3867 703/393-4014 Fax: 585/334-0001 Fax: 703/393-4010 5035 Genesee Street 450 E. Church Road Buffalo, NY 14225 King of Prussia, PA 19406 716/681-7100 610/279-5200 Toll Free: 800/834-9606 7300 Eastman Road N. Syracuse, NY 13212 315/452-0000 Toll Free:800/287-5286

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

www.wirtgenamerica.com

EDWARD EHRBAR, INC. 4 Executive Plaza Yonkers, NY 10701 914/738-5100 Long Island 601 Coates Ave. Holbrook, NY 11741 631/563-7600 New York City 718/626-3331 42 Kenosia Avenue Danbury, CT 06810 203/743-0088 Fax 203/743-0266

BINDER MACHINERY CO. 2820 Hamilton Blvd. South Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/561-9000 Fax 908/561-2844 South Jersey Facility – Winslow Twp. 201 North Route 73 Winslow Township, NJ 08095 856/767-5900

THE W.I. CLARK CO. 30 Barnes Industrial Park Rd. Wallingford, CT 06801 203/265-6781 Fax 203/284-1064 15 Station Road Brookfield, CT 06804 203/775-1203 275 Route 32 Plainfield, CT 06374 860/546-4808

WOOD’S CRW CORP OF NH 1401 Hooksett Road Hooksett, NH 03106 603/644-8787 603/644-8747 www.woodscrwnh.com

AMBROSE ASPHALT EQUIPMENT INC. 1 Madison St. Plainville, MA 02762 508/643-0044 508/643-0034

GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT, INC. 6779 Carlisle Pike 100 Smith Drive Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 Cranberry Twp., PA 16066 800/33-GROFF 877/33-GROFF 800/33-(47633) 877/33-(47633) 20 Stauffer Lane 963 South Center Avenue Ephrata, PA 17522 New Stanton, PA 15672 888/66-GROFF 888/82-GROFF 888/66-(47633) 888/82-(47633) 210 Rolling Ridge Drive 4355 Admiral Peary Hwy Bellefonte, PA 16823 Ebensburg, PA 15931 888/47-GROFF 877-97-GROFF 888/47-(47633) 877-97-(47633)

CENTRAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY 45 Dempsey-Greaves Lane Stillwater, ME 04489 800/479-6193 Fax: 207/827-3774


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Deutz D2011 L2 Deutz D2011 L2 Deutz D2011 L3 Cummins BTAA 3.3 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QXB 3.3 C99 Cummins QXB 3.3 C99 Cummins QXB 3.3 C99 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 3.3 Yanmar 3TNV88 Yanmar 3TNV88 Yanmar 4TNV88 Yanmar 4TNV88 Cummins BTAA

DV201 DV202 DV204 DV207 DV210 DV213 SV208 SV210 SV212 SV216 PT240 DV23 DV26 DV36 DV45 DV207 HF

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Single Drum Rol John Deere 5030 HF285 CA134D John Deere 5030 HF285 CA134PD John Deere 5030 HF286 CA134PDB Cummins QSB3.3 CA150D Cummins QSB3.3 T3 CA150PD Cummins QSB4.5 T4i CA2500D Cummins QSB4.5 T4i CA2500PD Cummins QSB4.5 T4i CA3500D Cummins QSB4.5 T4i CA3500PD Deutz TCD6 1L06 T4i CA5000D Deutz TCD6 1L06 T4i CA5000PD Deutz TCD6 1L6 T4i CA6000D Deutz TCD6 1L6 T4i CA6000PD Cummins QSB6.7 T3 D CA702 Cummins QSB6.7 T3 CA702PD s Double Drum Roller Perkins 403D-11 CC800 Perkins 403D-11 CC900 Honda 00G CC9 Perkins CC1000 Kubota CC1100 Kubota CC1200 Kubota CC1300 Deutz CC224HF Cummins CC234HF Cummins CC324HF Cummins CC334HF Deutz CC384 HF Cummins CC424HF Cummins CC524HF Cummins CC624HF Cummins CC722 Kubota CC1100C Kubota CC1200C Kubota CC1300C Combi Rollers Cummins CC224CHF Cummins CC234CHF Cummins CC324CHF Cummins CC334CHF Cummins CC424CHF Cummins CC524CHF Steel Drum Roller Cummins CS142N Pneumatic Rollers Cummins CP142 Cummins CP224 Cummins CP224W Cummins CP274

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INSIDE TURN RADIUS IN. (CM)

WIDTH IN. (CM)

DRUM WIDTH IN. (CM)

97.6 (248) 93.7 (238) 99.6 (253) 181 (460) 183 (465) 183 (465) 122 (309) 122 (309) 120 (305) 120 (305) 243 L, 239 R (618 L, 606 R) 92.5 (235) 88.6 (225) 101.6 (258) 101.6 (258) 181 (460)

42.9 (109) 50.8 (129) 54.9 (139) 60.6 (153) 71.7 (182) 87.5 (222) 74 (188) 76 (193) 96 (245) 98 (250) 82.7 (210) 44.4 (113) 52.5 (133) 56 (142) 59.2 (150) 61 (155)

39.4 (100) 47.2 (120) 51.2 (130) 57.1 (145) 66.9 (170) 82.7 (210) 66 (170) 66 (170) 87 (220) 87 (220) 78.2 (199) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120) 51.2 (130) 54.3 (138) 57.1 (145)

97 (246) 97 (246) 97 (246) 109 (276) 109 (276) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 146 (370) 146 (370)

55 (139) 55 (139) 55 (139) 66 (167) 66 (167) 91 (231) 91 (231) 92 (233) 92 (233) 92 (233) 92 (233) 92 (233) 92 (233) 95 (241) 95 (241)

54 (137) 54 (137) 54 (137) 66 (167) 66 (167) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 31 (78) 35 (88) 35 (88) 39 (99) 42 (106) 47 (119) 51 (129) 59 (149) 59 (149) 68 (172) 68 (172) 68 (172) 68 (172) 77 (195) 84 (213) 84 (213) 42 (106) 47 (119) 51 (129) 59 (149) 59 (149) 68 (172) 68 (172) 68 (172) 77 (195) 83 (210) 69 (175) 71 (180) 89 (226) 91 (231)

61 (154) 65 (165) 65 (165) 68 (172) 105 (266) 105 (266) 116 (294) 200 (508) 200 (508) 195 (495) 195 (495) 195 (495) 219 (556) 212 (538) 211 (535) 234 (594) 105 (266) 105 (266) 116 (294)

34 (86) 38 (96) 38 (96) 42 (106) 46 (116) 52 (132) 57 (144) 64 (162) 64 (162) 73 (185) 73.5 (186) 76.4 (194) 74 (187) 84 (213) 92 (233) 96 (243) 46 (116) 51 (129) 57 (144)

200 (508) 200 (508) 195 (495) 195 (495) 219 (556) 212 (538)

64 (162) 64 (162) 74 (187) 74 (187) 74 (187) 84 (213)

140 (355)

83 (210)

151 (283) 250 (635) 250 (635) 280 (711)

69 (175) 80 (203) 89 (226) 92 (233)

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2100 vpm 2100 Vpm 2100 Vpm 1860/2580 vpm 1860/2580 vpm 1980/2040 vpm 1980/2040 vpm 1860/2040 vpm 1800/1800 vpm 1740/1800 vpm 1740/1800 vpm 1740/1800 vpm 1740/1800 vpm 1680/1800 vpm 1680/1800 vpm 4200 vpm 4200 vpm 4200 vpm 4200 vpm 3420/3960 vpm 3480/4020 3120 2870/4010 2870/4010 2870/4010 2870/4010 2880/4020 3060/4020 3060/4020 3060/4020 2880/2880 3420 3480 3120 2880/4020 2880/4020 2880/4020 2880/4020 3060/4020 3060/4020 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a


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ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT 39 Jersey Street West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 631/643-4060 allislandequipment.com

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

JESCO 1275 Bloomfield Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 800/321-8080 Fax: 973/575-5553 118 St. Nicholas Ave. S. Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 800/241-7070 Fax: 908/753-7853 www.jesco.us

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

US MUNICIPAL SUPPLY INC. King of Prussia, PA 800/733-3776 www.usmuni.com

STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT, INC.

VALLEY SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO., INC.

Harrisburg, PA 800/325-6455 Fax: 717/564-7580 Lancaster, PA 800/347-6998 Wilkes-Barre, PA 866/667-6756 Syracuse, NY 800/368-6455 Albany, NY 518/357-2200

20332 Leitersburg Pike Hagerstown, MD 21742 301/733-7414 1109 Middle River Rd. Baltimore, MD 21220 410/780-4000

W.I. CLARK

WALSH EQUIPMENT INC.

30 Barnes Ind. Pk. Rd. Wallingford, CT 06492 203/265-6781 Fax: 203/294-1216 15 Station Rd. Brookfield, CT 06804 203/775-1203 Fax: 203/740-2579 80 Pratt Rd. Plainfield, CT 06374 860/546-4808 Fax: 860/564-6928 www.wiclark.com

796 Unionville Rd. Prospect, PA 16052 724/865-9221 2350 Munster Rd. Lilly, PA 15946 814/886-5191 walshequipmentinc.com


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

Construction & Industrial Equipment Corp. 200 Route 17 South Lodi, NJ 07644 201/845-6800 www.constructionindustrial.com

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814/778-5250

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Introducing 12 tons of stress relief

BOMAG introduces the new standard for affordable, user-friendly 12-ton soil compactors. The new BW211-40 series is loaded with ergonomic features to reduce operator fatigue. Plus it delivers over 53,000 lbs. of centrifugal force (nearly 62,000 lbs. for pad foot roller) over its massive 84-in working width. Other benefits include: •Redesigned, vibration-isolated operator’s platform with easy to use controls and improved sight lines •Shorter stop to stop steering input for less fatigue, 12-degree oscillation and 35-degree steering angle for optimum maneuverability •Easy open, no tool hood for better engine access •EPA-compliant Tier 3 diesel engines For detailed specs and full list of features and benefits on BOMAG 40-series rollers, visit

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MidlanticMachinery,Inc. 2240 Bethlehem Pike Hatfield, PA 19440 215-822-0145

1400 Joh Ave. Baltimore, MD 21227 410-247-2100

Frackville, PA 570-874-6140

www.midlantic machinery.com

Jesco, Inc. 118 St. Nicholas Ave. South Plainfield, NJ 07080 908-753-8080

Mount Holly, NJ 08060 609-267-2020 www.jesco.us

Fairfield, NJ 07004 973-227-2221


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Tracey Road Equipment Syracuse 6803 Manlius Center Rd East Syracuse, NY 13057 315-437-1471 Binghamton 1523 Route 11 North Kirkwood, NY 13795 607-775-5010 Rochester 300 Middle Rd Henrietta, NY 14467 585-334-5120 Watertown 19598 Cady Road Adams Center, NY 13606 315-788-0200 Albany 115 Railroad Ave. Albany, NY 12205 518-438-1100 www.traceyroad.com

Highway Equipment Company 22035 Perry Highway Zelienople, PA 16063 724/452-7800 Fax: 724/452-7030 McKean, PA 814/476-7755 Dubois, PA 814/371-3600

WHILE SOME PEOPLE ARE HAVING A PROBLEM GRASPING THE CONCEPT, THEY’RE SURE NOT HAVING ANY DIFFICULTY GRABBING THE RESULTS.

Trico Equipment Services LLC 551 N. Harding Highway Vineland, NJ 08630 800-874-2650

It’s a rubber tire roller that vibrates with enough centrifugal force to equal the output of a 55,000 pound pneumatic. The GW750 handles the toughest HMA mixes with ease, getting balanced high densities from the top through the bottom of the mat. Great on SMA, too! And it provides a sound interlock between new overlays and profiled surfaces. It’s bonus time! www.sakaiamerica.com 1-800-323-0535

Check one out at your Sakai dealer today.

A. Montano Co, Inc.

Schmidt Equipment, Inc. 80 Southbridge Rd. North Oxford, MA 01537 508/987-8786

10 Republic Rd. North Billerica, MA 01862 978/667-4345

1620 Page Blvd. Springfield, MA 01104 413/543-5595

88 Camelot Drive Plymouth, MA 02360 508/830-9997

2397 Gar Highway (Rt. 6 & 136) North Swansea, MA 02777 508/379-9810

571 Route 212 Saugerties, NY 12477 845/247-0206 Fax: 845/247-9321

212 Monmouth Rd. Freehold, NJ 07728 800-874-2659 200 Bomont Place Totowa, NJ 07512 800-558-7426 www.tricoequipment.com


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VOLVO SD25 SD45 SD70 SD75 SD105 SD115 SD160 SD200 Asphalt CR24 CR30 DD15 DD25 DD29 DD31HF DD38HF DD70 DD70HF DD90 DD90HF DD112HF DD118HF DD118HFA DD132HF DD140

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ENGINE TYPE

Kubota V2203 - M Kubota V3600T Kubota V3800DI Volvo D4 Cummins QSB 4.5 Volvo D4 Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSB 6.7 Kubota V2203 Kubota V2203 Kubota D722-B Tier IV Kubota D1803-M Kubota V2203M Kubota V2203M Kubota V2203M Cummins 48 NA Cummins 48 NA Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 6.7

Kubota SV201D-1 Kubota SV201TF-1 Deutz SV400D-2 Deutz SV410D-2 Deutz SV400TF-2 Deutz SV410TF-2 Cummins SV505D-1 Cummins SV510D-III Cummins F-III 10T SV5 Cummins T-III 10S SV5 Soil (Padfoot) Kubota SV201T-1 Kubota B-1 01T SV2 Deutz -2 00T SV4 Deutz -2 SV410T Deutz B-2 SV400T Deutz B-2 SV410T Cummins SV505T-1 Cummins SV510T-III Cummins SV510TB-III Asphalt (Tandem) Honda CR271 Kubota SW300-1 Kubota SW320-1 Kubota SW330-1 Kubota SW652-1 Kubota SW652ND-1 Isuzu SW770HF Isuzu SW770ND Deutz SW800-II Deutz SW850-II Deutz SW880 Deutz SW990 pneumatic tire) d an l stee on: nati Asphalt (combi Kubota TW320-1 Kubota TW330-1 ic) at um pne ry Asphalt (vibrato Isuzu GW750-2 Asphalt (static) Kubota R2H-2

DRUM WIDTH IN. (CM)

INSIDE TURN RADIUS IN. (CM)

WIDTH IN. (CM)

42 (106.7) 54 (137.2) 66 (167.6) 66 (167.6) 84 (213.4) 84 (213.4) 84 (213.4) 84 (213.4) 47 (120) 52 (132) 39.4 (100) 39 (99) 49.2 (125) 49.2 (125) 54.1 (137.5) 57 (144.8) 57 (144.8) 66 (167.5) 66 (167.5) 78.7 (200) 78.7 (200) 78.7 (200) 84 (213.5) 84 (213.5) 54 (137) 54 (137) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 54 (137) 54 (137) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 35 (88) 39 (99) 47 (119) 51 (129) 58 (147) 58 (147) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 79 (200) 79 (200) 84 (213) 47 (119) 51 (129)

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84.6 (214.8) 101.1 (256.9) 127.9 (324.9) n/a 136.3 (346.3) n/a 136.3 (346.3) 136.3 (346.3)

49.4 (125.4) 62.6 (159) 73.6 (187) 72 (183) 90 (228.6) 90 (228.6) 94.7 (240.6) 97.9 (248.6)

101 (256.5) 99 (251.5) n/a 110 (279.4) n/a n/a n/a 141 (358.2) 141 (358.2) 140 (356) 140 (356) 148.5 (377.2) 148.5 (377.2) 148.5 (377.2) 179.6 (456.2) 179.6 (456.2)

51.7 (131.2) 56.4 (145.5) 40.1 (101.8) 43 (109.2) 53.7 (136.3) 53.7 (136.3) 58.5 (148.5) 64 (162.6) 64 (162.6) 75.2 (191) 75.2 (191) 87 (221) 87 (221) 87 (221) 92 (233.7) 92 (233.7)

8.6 (2.6) 8.6 (2.6) 10.5 (3.2) 10.5 (3.2) 10.5 (3.2) 10.5 (3.2) 11.3 (3.4) 11.4 (3.5) 11.4 (3.5) 11.4 (3.5)

5 (1.5) 5.2 (1.6) 6.3 (1.9) 6.3 (1.9) 6.3 (1.9) 6.3 (1.9) 7.6 (2.3) 7.6 (2.3) 7.6 (2.3) 7.6 (2.3) 5 (1.5) 5.2 (1.6) 6.3 (1.9) 6.3 (1.9) 7.4 (2.2) 7.4 (2.2) 7.6 (2.3) 7.6 (2.3) 7.6 (2.3)

8.6 (2.6) 8.6 (2.6) 10.5 (3.2) 10.5 (3.2) 10.5 (3.2) 10.5 (3.2) 11.4 (3.5) 11.4 (3.5) 11.4 (3.5) 6.3 (1.9) 8.9 (2.7) 8.6 (2.6) 8.3 (2.5) 11.9 (3.62) 11.9 (3.6) 15.2 (4.6) 15.2 4.6) 14.2 (4.3) 14 4.2) 14.4 (4.4) 14.3 (4.3)

3.3 (1) 3.7 1.1) 4.3 (1.3) 4.7 (1.4) 5.3 (1.6) 5.3 (1.6) 6 (1.8) 6 (1.8) 6.3 (1.9) 7.3 (2.2) 7.3 (2.2) 7.5 (2.3)

8.6 (2.6) 8.3 (2.5)

4.3 (1.3) 4.7 (1.4)

11.3 (3.4) 13.4 (4)

7.3 (2.2)

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39 Jersey Street West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 631/643-4060 www.allisland equipment.com

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

1275 Bloomfield Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 800/321-8080 Fax: 973/575-5553 S. Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 800/241-7070 Fax: 908/753-7853 www.jesco.us

THE W.I. CLARK COMPANY 30 Barnes Ind. Pk. Rd. Wallingford, CT 06492 203/265-6781 Fax: 203/294-1216 15 Station Rd. Brookfield, CT 06804 203/775-1203 Fax: 203/740-2579 80 Pratt Rd. Plainfield, CT 06374 860/546-4808 Fax: 860/564-6928 www.wiclark.com

King of Prussia, PA 800/733-3776 www.usmuni.com

1701 Roseneath Rd., Richmond, VA 23230 804/359-4048

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

Harrisburg, PA 800/325-6455 Fax: 717/564-7580

20332 Leitersburg Pike Hagerstown, MD 21742 301/733-7414

796 Unionville Rd. Prospect, PA 16052 724/865-9221

Lancaster, PA 800/347-6998

1109 Middle River Drive Baltimore, MD 21220 410/780-4000 www.valleysupply equipment.com

2350 Munster Rd. Lilly, PA 15946 814/886-5191 walshequipmentinc.com

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GOMACO Debuts Sidewalk Paver at World of Concrete GOMACO introduced the GOMACO’s new GT-3200 zero-clearance GT-3200 sidewalk paver with an sidewalk paver slipforms a new 5 ft. (1.5 m) adjustable aggregate base mold wide sidewalk on a rehabilitation project in on the front and a sidewalk Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. paving mold on the rear at World of Concrete 2013. It’s a threetrack paver designed specifically for zero-clearance sidewalk rehabilitation projects, fulfilling a contractor’s unique request. The GOMACO GT-3200 can be equipped with a front-mounted adjustable aggregate base mold to spread the base aggregate for the sidewalk. During the first pass, rock is placed on grade and an auger spreads the material, while three pan vibrators mounted to the mold start the compaction process. The base mold is equipped with two heavy-duty hydraulic cylinders that provide 14 in. (35.6 cm) of hydraulic lift for setting the grade depth (4.3 m) long folding conveyor. The conveybelow the track line and raising the mold for or allows ready-mix trucks to discharge from the street instead of driving over existing the paving pass. During the second paving pass, the side- curb to reach the paver. The hydraulic pivotwalk is slipformed with a unique, minimum- ing conveyor also has been designed to clearance trailing mold. The GT-3200 side- rotate 180 degrees to allow for easy loading walk paver has a 20 in. (50.8 cm) wide, 14 ft. of concrete into the hopper from either side

of the machine and to avoid obstacles associated with zero-clearance paving. The sidewalk mold features hydraulic adjustable sideplates to form the GOMACO edge, while a trailing stainless pan provides the superior finish. The sidewalk mold also can be equipped with a bar inserter for placing

transverse bars into the slab, if required by project specifications. The GT-3200 sidewalk paver also features all-track steering, which saves time getting on and off stringline, allows better jobsite mobility, and ease in loading and unloading for transport. It can be transported without removing either the front-mounted adjustable aggregate base mold or the rear-mounted sidewalk paving mold. Simply fold the conveyor and drive the GT3200 onto the trailer for transport. It features the latest in GOMACO machine control with the exclusive G+ system with a new full color screen. G+ is a powerful controller for paving accuracy and electronic monitoring of steering and grade. G+, combined with the GT-3200’s C4.4T Caterpillar engine with 91 hp (67.9 kW), provides plenty of power for sidewalk paving, according to the manufacturer. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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CATERPn ILLAR Soil Compactio CP44 CP54B CP56B CP68B CP74B CS44 CS54B CS56B CS68B CS74B CS78B Asphalt Compaction CB14 CB14 XW CB14 XW CB22 CB24 CC24 Combi CB32 CB34 CB34 XW CC34 Combi CB44B CD44B CB54B CD54B CB54 XW CB64

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WIDTH IN. (CM)

71 (180) 91 (230) 91 (230) 92 (233) 92 (233) 71 (180) 91 (230) 91 (230) 92 (233) 92 (233) 97 (246) 34 (88) 38 (98) 42 (108) 43 (110) 51 (130) 51 (130) 55 (139) 55 (139) 58 (149) 55 (139) 66 (167) 66 (167) 74 (187) 74 (187) 87 (221) 92 (234)

INSIDE TURN RADIUS IN. (CM)

121 (308) 145 (368) 145 (368) 145 (368) 145 (368) 121 (308) 145 (368) 145 (368) 145 (368) 145 (368) 145 (368)

157 (400) 155 (394)

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JCB’s Ecomax Engines Make North American Debut JCB machines featuring the company’s extended to meet the needs of machines Ecomax engines — a solution to Tier IV spanning the 74 to 173 hp (55 to 129 kW) interim emissions legislation — were on dis- range, including JCB backhoe loaders, play for the first time in North America at the Loadall telescopic handlers, wheel loaders, American Rental Association’s Rental Show the TM range of telescopic boom wheeled loaders, JS excavators, rough terrain forklifts in Las Vegas, Feb. 10 to 13, 2013. JCB Ecomax engines meet Tier IV inter- and skid steer loaders. im (or “Tier IVi”) legislation through the use Backhoe Loader of in-cylinder technologies that offer a cleanThe introduction of the Tier IVi solution er, more efficient combustion process. As a result of this technology, JCB met the strin- also has resulted in an expansion of JCB’s gent Tier IVi emissions legislation without backhoe loader range. The company has the use of diesel particulate filters (DPF) or introduced a new entry-level specification after-treatments such as Ad-Blue, according 3CX model designed for rental customer needs. This new entry-level 3CX is powered to the manufacturer. The JCB Ecomax engine builds on the by the 74 hp JCB Ecomax engine and comes success of the company’s original standard with the JCB SynchroShuttle transDieselmax engine. Ecomax retains the same mission. From there, the deluxe end of the key characteristics such as high torque at low range starts with the family of 3CX Supers, engine revs, robustness and reliability as powered with the larger 91 hp (67.8 kW) well as low noise and vibration. The engine JCB Ecomax and coming standard with the was developed following a $126 million JCB Powershift transmission. Rounding out investment program, and it has undergone more than 110,000 hours JCB’s Loadall telescopic handlers will of testing across a range of diverse feature the Ecomax engine in either applications, machines and environ- 74 or 109 hp (55 or 81 kW) models. ments. Customer Benefits As well as the obvious environmental benefit from reduced emissions, the JCB Ecomax engine also offers customers improved torque throughout the rev range, coupled with noticeably reduced fuel consumption. JCB Ecomax engines can run on standard engine oils, unlike engines with after treatment solutions, which require a more expensive CJ4 oil to function correctly. The “no-after treatment approach” also allows for a recalibration option that allows JCB dealers to recalibrate the Ecomax engine to lower injection pressures and turn off the exhaust gas regeneration (EGR) function without any hardware changes. In effect, this recalibration takes the engine out of the EPA emissions tier system and opens it up for export to non-legislated countries that only offer lower quality fuels with higher sulphur content. This maximizes the residual value of used machines for customers and dealers alike without sacrificing the engine’s advanced features, according to the manufacturer. Because these engines do not require DPF or after-treatment, their dimensions and space claim on machines remain unchanged. This removes the need for any increase in chassis length or hood size maintaining the machines’ maneuverability and visibility. The JCB Ecomax engine range has been

the top of the range is the four-wheel-drive 4CX Super, coming in at 109 hp (81 kW) and also featuring the JCB Powershift transmission. All engines offer increased, usable torque over their Tier III predecessors and offer fuel savings of up to 5 percent. The launch of the JCB Ecomax engine coincides with the introduction of a host of other backhoe loader improvements. While the 3CX has a triple-gear pump to power the working ends of the machine, the 3CX Supers and 4CX Supers will now get, as standard, a 44 gpm (166 Lpm) variable-flow hydraulic pump. These pumps are configured to perfectly match hydraulic flow and pressure to the demands placed on the system, yielding up to 6 percent fuel efficiency improvement on

While the 3CX has a triple-gear pump to power the working ends of the machine, the 3CX Supers and 4CX Supers will now get, as standard, a 44 gpm (166 Lpm) variable-flow hydraulic pump.

Tier IVi range, JCB also has launched its new JCB Advanced EasyControl, which offers many of the same features as JCB EasyControl, while incorporating the loader controls into the righthand seat controller. A new in-cab monitor is standard on all models, reporting fuel consumption and also allowing operators to bypass daily checks by automatically reporting any fluid levels that are below acceptable levels. Overall, this new range of backhoe loaders gives JCB customers a broader choice of machines to perfectly meet their versatile application and sector requirements, all while lowering running and ownership costs. top of improved efficiency already achieved by the Ecomax engine itself. The new variable-flow pump also results in lower lever efforts, reduced noise levels and rapid control response for up to 30 percent faster cycle times. JCB also has expanded the types of hydraulic controls offered by its backhoe range. All machines will have JCB’s Classic Controls (mechanical style) to operate the back end as standard, while the 3CX Super and 4CX Super will see two additional control options. With JCB Easycontrol, the excavator is controlled via two seat-mounted joysticks, giving the operator the same feel and feedback as the classic control, but with the added benefits of low lever efforts and short throws. With the introduction of the

Lift & Place Loadall JCB’s Loadall telescopic handlers will feature the Ecomax engine in either 74 or 109 hp models. The 74 hp engine, powering the 506-36 and 507-42, produces 6 percent more torque and 5 percent more power at low revs than the previous Tier III engine. This results in comparative performance with reduced fuel consumption. The larger units in the range — the 50942, 510-56 and 512-56 — are all powered with the 109 hp engine. Customers taking these machines will see an average 15 percent increase in torque and 10 percent boost to low rev power. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Every safety precaution is taken using shoring purchased from Medico Industries. KRASAVAGE from page 14

“My only intent in stopping at Medico was to look at a hydraulic tamper,” Krasavage said. “I was so impressed with the Case equipment, the people at Medico, and the creative financing package that they were able to put together, it just made a lot of sense to start a relationship with this company which began with a significant purchase. The people at Medico have never given me any reason to regret that decision. “Case has proven to be an innovator in the manufacturing of construction equipment and Medico has consistently supported the product. When we need backup, parts, service or whatever, Medico has people at our job site that day. Tom Medico has stood behind everything that he told us he would do on that first day that we met him 20 years ago, and has stood behind everything that has been said since. At one point we had a very expensive part fail that was just out of warranty, and Medico took care of us, no questions asked. The Case equipment is easy to operate. I’m a big guy, and I easily fit in the cab. The machines are priced right, powerful and dependable.” Case excavators were instrumental in breaking up the old concrete retaining wall and excavating out and replacing out the old sewer pipe.

Godwin Pumps did its part in saving the day by responding to the scene with the appropriate pipes and pumps within hours of the incident.

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NYC Seaport Business Owners Express ELFA Releases Jan. Frustration Over Recovery’s Slow Pace Economic Activity; SEAPORT from page 1

Taylor and Brookstone — has reopened. Among local business owners, there is a pervasive sense that their plight has been ignored by the rest of the city. A state senator who represents the area estimates at least 1,000 jobs were lost in lower Manhattan — 450 of them in the seaport neighborhood alone. From its red wood-frame building in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge, the Bridge Cafe has dealt with its share of changes over the last two centuries, including stints as a Civil War-era brothel and a bootlegging speakeasy during Prohibition. It has endured economic slumps, nor’easters and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. But after the basement was flooded to the rafters and water destroyed the building’s wood foundation, Weprin faced the prospect of shutting its doors for good. “The neighborhood’s been beaten,’’ Weprin said. “You walk around here and it’s like Chernobyl. At night, it’s vacated.’’ The small businesses of the seaport were far less resilient than the neighboring skyscrapers that house many of lower Manhattan’s large financial companies. Some corporations were displaced for weeks after the storm, forced to relocate to temporary office space farther uptown while flood-damaged skyscrapers fixed their infrastructure and moved electrical systems to higher floors. Con Edison said 10 major buildings remained without power as of Feb. 13, most operating on emergency generators. At 110 Wall St., a 27-story office tower that occupies a full block near the New York Stock Exchange, all leases were terminated because the building was so badly damaged by flooding. It remains empty while its management company comes up with a long-term plan for weathering future storms. “How do we protect the lobby?’’ said William Rudin, the company’s CEO. “How do we protect the retail spaces?’’ Spotty phone and Internet service also hampered business activity after underground copper cables operated by Verizon, the area’s largest network provider, were wrecked by flooding. By mid-February, Verizon said 10 percent of its customers still had little or no

service. It’s unclear how many residents of lower Manhattan fled the neighborhood after Sandy. But 2 Gold St., a flood-damaged luxury residential skyscraper with nearly 1,000 residents, did not allow tenants to start moving back in until mid February. “These offices, these high-rise apartments, they need to be reoccupied,’’ said Lee Holin, who owns Meade’s Restaurant, which sits on the edge of the seaport a few blocks from Sandy-

Hughes Corp., which controls the former 19th-century counting houses that are home to the retail chains, said it does not yet know which — if any — of the major retailers will come back. The hope is to have Fulton Street in working order again before Memorial Day, when the summer season kicks off and the seaport will desperately need an influx of visitors. But in a case of unfortunate timing, Pier 17, the shopping mall housed inside a rustic wooden building on the

“You walk around here and it’s like Chernobyl.” Adam Weprin Bridge Cafe

damaged skyscrapers on Water Street. “All of our customers who live there have not been here in a long time.’’ Meade’s was only able to reopen due to a $25,000 grant that Holin received from the Downtown Alliance, a neighborhood association that has doled out 100 grants to small businesses totaling about $1.5 million. The grant program was so popular that it was suspended two weeks after its debut in mid-November. “We don’t have a lot of traffic,’’ said Nicole Osborne, who was tending the bar at Meade’s on a weekday afternoon. “It’s like we’ve been forgotten.’’ In the darkened window of Stella Manhattan Bistro, an Italian restaurant on Front Street, hung an American flag reminiscent of those displayed all over the city after Sept. 11. Alongside it, someone had posted a sign that said: “Thank you for all your support. Stay strong.’’ Most of the Front Street buildings had a geothermal heating and cooling system that was destroyed in the flood, said Jordan Barowitz, a spokesman of the developer, The Durst Organization Inc. The repairs, which include moving the mechanical systems to the roof, are expected to drag on for months. “We hope that they will come back,’’ Barowitz said of the shuttered businesses. “It’s very challenging.’’ The future of the South Street Seaport is equally uncertain. Howard

Rises From 2012 The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association’s (ELFA) Monthly Leasing and Finance Index (MLFI-25), which reports economic activity from 25 companies representing a cross section of the $725 billion equipment finance sector, showed their overall new business volume for January was $5.9 billion, up 16 percent from volume of $5.1 billion in the same period in 2012. Volume was down 49 percent from December, following the typical end-of-quarter, end-of-year spike in new business activity. Receivables over 30 days increased to 1.8 percent in January after hitting their lowest level in the last two years in December at 1.6 percent. They were down from 1.9 percent in the same period in 2012. Charge-offs were at an all-time low of 0.3 percent, down from 0.6 percent the previous month. Credit approvals totaled 78.3 percent in January, down 0.3 percent from December. Finally, total headcount for equipment finance companies was up 0.7 percent from the previous month, and increased 0.6 percent year over year. Separately, the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation’s Monthly Confidence Index (MCI-EFI) for February is 58.7, an increase from the January index of 54.2, reflecting industry participants’ increasing optimism despite a wary eye on economic conditions and government management of fiscal policies. ELFA President and CEO William G. Sutton CAE said, “The year begins where 2012 left off — on a positive note — as new business volume continues to trend in a positive direction. A flurry of activity at the end of the year gave way to more moderate growth in January. MLFI-25 participants also indicate strong credit quality metrics as both losses and delinquencies improved over the year-earlier period. This good news belies an overhang of continued uncertainty that lingers in the marketplace, as policy makers in Washington continue to struggle with fiscal matters, which only serves as a damper to economic growth.” Irv Rothman, president and CEO, HP Financial Services, located in Berkeley Heights, N.J., said, “We remain optimistic for industry growth as enterprise and government entities increasingly utilize leasing and financing offers to help keep pace with technology change. With rapidly evolving business and IT demands, we continue to see interest from customers for the flexibility leasing, financing and lifecycle asset management provides.” For more information, visit www.elfaonline.org/Research.

pier, is slated to close for a longplanned renovation in June that will transform it into a modern glass-walled structure with a rooftop plaza. The impending renovation has only added to the misery of shop owners who lost so much revenue since the storm and haven’t recouped their losses. Milad Doos, an immigrant from Egypt, is planning to close his jewelry and collectibles store for good. “Like you see, there’s nobody,’’ said Doos, who earned just $5 on a recent afternoon. “After the storm, this whole place has become dead place.’’ At the Bridge Cafe, most of the wood foundation will be gutted, sparing only two pillars and a wall behind the bar that are part of the original building. Repairs will cost around $400,000. Weprin, who has no flood insurance, launched a fundraising page online to appeal for financial help from the restaurant’s many loyal patrons. To his astonishment, many of them didn’t (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment even realize the place was closed. That’s because nobody has frequent- Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) ed the neighborhood for weeks. “During the day, you have tourists who are coming to look at the carKeep Up With All the Industry News Subscribe to nage,’’ Weprin said. “That’s about it. Before Sandy, it was a neighborhood.’’ Construction Equipment Guide Today!

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There are self-taught contractors and then, there is Alan Ouellette. Most diggers learn from the ground up. They find the earth itself — with its slabs, rock formations, pitfalls, mineral deposits and undetermined foundations — to be the ultimate test. But about 20 years ago, Ouellette, president of A O Construction Inc. Attleboro, Mass., studied for the state tests that established the parameters of the industry before digging his first holes. Helping Out Mom In 1993, Ouellette taught himself a new trade when his Mom needed a favor. “I was never in the excavation business but my mom needed a septic system and I wanted a new direction in life,” said Ouellette. “I said ‘let me research this.’ and I called the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM). and asked them for study materials. I studied and took the test to be a septic installer. “I bought my first backhoe — a A O Construction did the demolition and site work for the new pool at Abbot Run Valley Swim Club. 1979 John Deere 410. I taught come aboard — son Michael. myself how to operate it by clearing the back lot at “We put out a tremendous amount of work for only my mom’s house. I took drafting way back in high three people,” said Ouellette. “We’re a small compaschool, so after learning how to design a system by ny, but my son Mike, a chip off the old block, has reading the RIDEM rules and regulations, I designed become a big part of the business. He dug his first and installed my first system and got a successful trench for me when he was eight years old. Others inspection. I’ve been installing systems and doing site have come and gone over the years. I’d be lost withwork and expanding ever since.” out my son. Two years later, in 1995, Ouellette founded A O “This business will be his when I retire. He’s now Construction in Pawtucket, R.I., before moving oper23 and, at 23, he’s had his CDL license and ations to newer, bigger headquarters in Attleboro, Massachusetts and Rhode Island hydraulics licenses Mass. for years,” he added, confirming that the next man in A O Construction specializes in excavation, site the Ouellette family is as much of a go-getter as his work, septic systems, demolition, ledge removal, utilfather was while still a teen. ity installation, curbing, etc., for the commercial and Besides complete excavation, site and septic work, residential markets. A O has added some new wrinkles to their services. The company team is comprised of operators with “We recently added a chipper for when trees are in more than 30 years of combined experience. Capable the way. It saves time and money to keep this inof running the more than 300 tons of available equiphouse. We still sub out large tree jobs. This is just for ment, Ouellette’s crew demonstrates an expertise that convenience on certain jobs. We also added a gravel will ensure your job is completed in a timely and proscreener,” said Ouellette. fessional manner. Alan Ouellette’s son Michael has become a huge part of the family A O consistently gets jobs in two states, as some of “The diversity of our equipment enables us to take business in recent years, but was always happy to lend a hand, as its recently-finished job projects confirm: on virtually any project — from simple grading to in this picture when he was 10-years-old using a backhoe. • Completed site work for the Russell’s Mills Fire breaking up mountains of ledge,” said Ouellette. “Our Station in Dartmouth, Mass., for Coletta Contracting. equipment is well maintained by our in-house ects,” he added. “We also can design and install your septic • Completed site work for the Bigelow Day Care convermechanical team.” system from start to finish in Rhode Island or Mass.” sion in Somerville, Mass. The company’s past projects have been both commercial A O Construction Co. also is a licensed Orenco Advantex • Completed site work for the John Quincy Medical and residential. Bottomless sand filter installer. Center in Taunton, Mass., for Nadeau Corporation. “We have worked extensively on site development for • Completed site work for the Wickford Package Store in commercial projects, including foundations, water, sewer The Son Also Rises Wickford, R.I., for Cobalt Construction. and drainage. Our residential work includes creating large A small firm, with only three employees, the self-taught see OUELLETTE page 116 subdivisions and working with homeowners on smaller proj- father is now the proud teacher of the next generation to


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• Completed site work for the addition to Attleboro Enterprises in North Attleboro, Mass., for Nadeau Corporation. • Completed demolition and site work for the new pool at Abbot Run Valley Swim Club. • Completed site work for Phase 1 (last year) and Phase 2 (this year) on the Rustoleum building in Attleboro, Mass., to upgrade the industrial production rooms for Nadeau Corporation. • Completed exterior site work for the Salvation Army building in Woonsocket, R.I., in order to bring in a new fire line to upgrade the building to install a sprinkler system for Cobalt Construction. • Completed site work to upgrade the electrical service at the Honeywell building in Woonsocket, R.I., for Cobalt Construction. • Numerous residential jobs in between all these commercial projects, such as septic systems, foundations, water lines, etc. Bottles and Rustoleum Being so small, A O Construction has a terrific safety record. “Safety is very important. We try to always recognize when a situation can become dangerous and take steps to protect our workers and the public,” said Ouellette. Job after job, his little firm, has gained a fine reputation. A O Construction specializes in excavation, site work, septic systems, demolition, ledge removal, utility installa“Service, fair price and good work means tion, curbing, etc., for the commercial and residential markets. we have many repeat customers and we have great references,” he added. tion. I owe my good leads to ‘The Blue Ouellette can never be accused of living in Book’ and ‘Bidclerk.’ I have developed most a glass house, but he’s worked on a few, and of my commercial connections through these found even more unexpected glass in and leads. around the grounds of older properties. After all, you never know what you might find Newest Project undisturbed a couple feet under the earth’s In September, A O began work on an surface. important project, the new septic system for “I do have an extensive bottle collection the New England Institute of Technology’s mostly from installing septic systems on golf course in East Greenwich, R.I. older homes,” he laughed. “We’re teaming up with Rick Pezza from But other things can shatter besides bottles Green Wastewater Solutions out of Warwick, and Ouellette has been up to any unexpected R.I.,” he said. “I’ll do all the excavation and challenge. leach field construction, ledge removal, “One very challenging sewer connection I asphalt patching and landscaping, and Rick did was the complete design and installation will handle all the tanks and pumps.” of about 800 feet of sewer line with various Beyond sand traps on the course, a couple manholes in the Lincoln Industrial Complex of challenges have already presented themin Lincoln, R.I.,” he said. “We had to do a selves. vertical tap on a 24-inch main NBC sewer “Where the tanks are installed is a steep trunk line, four-feet into the water table. We slope with ledge outcroppings,” said used special vanguard shoring and kept the Ouellette. “We’ll most likely have to hamhole dry with a Vac truck. I have great pictures of this job.” Demolition of an old gas station to make way for Wickford Package Store in mer out the ledge to install the tanks.” But in all work challenges, Ouellette Never one to let any equipment rust, Wickford, R.I. acknowledges the companies he’s worked Ouellette said his most interesting project closely with. involved Rustoleum. “I have developed great relationships with several great “Yes, the Rustoleum project in Attleboro, Mass. We had Corporation,” added Ouellette. Like most contractors, A O has had to adapt to challeng- companies: — Nadeau Corporation, Cobalt Construction, no idea what we were getting into with the unknown conditions of subsurface demolition to accommodate new foot- ing economic times through competitive pricing and great Coletta Contracting, Rick Pezza of Green Wastewater Solutions and Seaver Construction,” said Ouellette. “I mean, ings for the new processing vats,” he sighed. “The existing performance, as well as one major modification. “I made the leap from residential to commercial when the we are all in this together.” piers went down over four feet and were reinforced with economy tanked in 2006. I have a great office. My monitor For more information, visit www.aoconstruction.net. rebar, but all had to come up for the new configuration. (This story also can be found on Construction “We did it during the summer (factory) shutdown and it is 42 inches and I have a separate digitizing station for cuts was hot and humid. It was quite a challenge to bring the proj- and fills and takeoffs,” said Ouellette. “I even have a 42-inch Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.construcect in on time working double shifts for Nadeau color printer, as I was spending a fortune in print reproduc- tionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. Buys 66 Link-Belts ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. has added a total of 66 new Link-Belt cranes to its national fleet. The package deal includes 14 truck cranes, 32 rough terrain cranes and 20 crawler cranes. Of the package and, in particular, the size of the deal, Michael Liptak, president of the ALL Family of Companies, said, “It’s a huge deal, but a regular part of our annual fleet expansion. Doing such a large package here in the first quarter reflects more on the surging appetite for cranes.” The ALL Family has 34 branches spread strategically across its North American footprint, and the new cranes will be delivered and distributed among the branches starting immediately and continuing through 2013. “The 66 machines are a big buy. Spread out to our branches, the cranes will immediately start answering local needs, from daily rentals to major projects begging for longer-term rentals,” said Liptak.

ALL has added a total of 66 new Link-Belt cranes to its national fleet. The package deal includes 14 truck cranes, 32 rough terrain cranes and 20 crawler cranes.

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The new Terex RS446D reclaimer/stabilizer features a powerful 415 hp (309 kW) diesel engine that meets stringent Tier IVi and Stage IIIB emissions standards. The new engine configuration improves fuel efficiency over previous RS446 models and reduces noise levels to the operator’s ear by 5 dBA for improved operator comfort. With the machine’s two-stage engine drive and three-speed cutter transmission that increases break-out force, the RS446D rivals the performance of 500-hp-class machines, while saving up to 30 percent on fuel costs, according to the manufacturer. Incorporated into the new design, a shorter engine cowling improves the operator’s line of sight to the front of the machine. The new hydraulically tilting hood offers easy access to engine components for quick servicing. The engine configuration in the RS446D positions all engine components, including the oil filter, air filter, fuel filter and battery, in a single service center

accessed from ground level, reducing maintenance time for the service technician. The RS446D boasts a standard full-width cab with an upgraded heating and cooling system to improve operator comfort. A second evaporator and blower significantly increase airflow to the eight adjustable HVAC system outlets, so the cab remains cool even in the most extreme summer temperatures. Tinted cab glass also helps to reduce temperatures inside the cab. A sliding operator station improves visibility to both sides of the reclaimer/stabilizer. Compared to the C Series, the RS446D increases torque to the mechanical cutter drive system. This, combined with three rotor speed selections, allows the operator to more effectively match cutter speed to the application, improving reclaiming and stabilizing efficiency. The RS446D offers a 96-in. (243.8 cm) cutting width and a maximum 20-in. (50.8 cm) cutting depth, depending on soil conditions.

A redesigned water/emulsion system moves major components from the side of the machine to underneath the hood. With this new design, the system’s pump and plumbing are now in a more concealed location, reducing the chance for damage to increase uptime. The system’s fill-point remains easily accessed on the machine’s outside, but it features more robust protection for enhanced durability. To improve machine versatility, the RS446D offers both water-only and water/emulsion systems. The RS446D boasts some of the same designs as its predecessor that improves machine reliability and servicing ease in the field. A simplified frame design significantly reduces the number of frame components, boosting machine uptime. Its two-piece, bolt-together frame offers unobstructed access to the engine. Located at the rear of the machine, the RS446D’s service center provides single-point access for fueling and maintenance of

hydraulic fluid and central lube systems. Conveniently located service access panels in the frame offer greater access to hydraulic pumps and the drive system. This reclaimer/stabilizer features a true rear axle design for efficient performance. Kingpins replace spindles at the wheels to allow the tires to pivot close to the frame, offering a tight 14-ft. (4.3 m) turning radius. Four steering modes — crab, coordinated, front only and rear only — improve machine maneuverability and flexibility at the job site The Terex RS446D reclaimer/stabilizer has a transport weight of 59,380-lb. (26,934 kg) with standard cab and water system. The machine’s transport height with cab and ROPS is 11-ft. 6-in. (3.5 m) and width is 10-ft. 4-in (3.2 m). For more information, visit www.terex.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Announces Annual Results Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated announced net earnings for the year ended Dec. 31, 2012, of $79.5 million, or $0.74 per diluted share, and adjusted net earnings of $82.6 million, or $0.77 per diluted share. This compares to net earnings of $76.6 million, or $0.72 per diluted share, and adjusted net earnings of $73.6 million, or $0.69 per diluted share, for the year ended Dec. 31, 2011, representing a 12 percent increase in adjusted net earnings. Adjusted net earnings is a non-IFRS financial measure. Excluding the acquisition and operational costs related to AssetNation, the growth in the company’s adjusted net earnings would have been 17 percent in 2012. The company’s auction revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2012, grew 11 percent to $438.0 million compared to $396.1 million for the same period in 2011. For the three months ended Dec. 31, 2012, net earnings were $22.1 million or $0.21 per diluted share and adjusted net earnings were $22.4 million or $0.21 per diluted share compared to net earnings and adjusted net earnings of $26.8 million or $0.25 per diluted share for the same period in 2011, representing a 16 percent decrease in adjusted net earnings. Gross Auction Proceeds and Auction Revenues For the year ended Dec. 31, 2012, gross auction proceeds were a record $3.9 billion, 5 percent higher than in 2011. Gross auction proceeds is a non-IFRS financial measure. The company’s auction revenue rate (auction revenues as a percentage of gross auction proceeds) was 11.21 percent during the year ended Dec. 31, 2012, compared to 10.66 percent in 2011. The company’s at risk business, which is comprised of guarantee and purchase contracts, represented 32 percent of gross auction proceeds in 2012 (2011: 36 percent). For the three months ended Dec. 31, 2012, gross auction proceeds were $1.0 billion, 4 percent lower than the same period in 2011. The company’s auction revenue rate was 11.71 percent during the three months ended Dec. 31, 2012, compared to 10.91 percent in the same period in 2011. “2012 was another year of volatility in the used equipment market. During the year, we saw competition remain strong, used equipment prices rise then flatten, and ultimately the supply and demand for used equipment became more balanced,” said Peter Blake, Ritchie Bros. CEO. “Our at-risk business experienced wide variations in performance but, for the year, it performed within our expectations. We reached some great milestones during the year, beyond achieving the highest ever gross auction proceeds of $3.9 billion, which included significant gains in our online presence with over 5 million unique visitors to our Web site, $1.3 billion in sales to internet bidders at our auctions

and over $1 billion of volume at our Canada auctions. These all contributed to another growth year in gross auction proceeds. We felt 2012, even with adjusted net earnings growth of 17 percent excluding costs associated with AssetNation, was not an optimal year. If we had executed we would have had an even stronger year. This has focused us on executing specific strategies in 2013. “Looking forward to 2013, we remain committed to our strategic pillars GrowAdd-Perform which will help us focus on executing our 2013 plan. We believe the used equipment marketplace has evolved into a more familiar environment with improving prospects for growth over the long term. We have made significant strategic investments in our infrastructure, people and processes and now it is about execution to ensure we continue to be the trusted source for the world’s builders to easily and confidently exchange equipment.” EquipmentOne On Jan. 22, 2013, the company launched a new online equipment marketplace called Richie Bros. EquipmentOne. Complementary to the company’s flagship unreserved auction business, Ritchie Bros. EquipmentOne is a secure online marketplace for equipment and materials. Buyers and sellers can use Ritchie Bros. EquipmentOne to negotiate, complete and settle their transactions in a safe and transparent environment. Core marketplace functionality has now been released and enhancements are being made on an ongoing basis; the next major release and full commercial launch is scheduled for the second quarter of 2013. Quarterly Dividend The company also announced on Jan. 21, 2013, the declaration of a quarterly dividend of $0.1225 per common share payable on March 8, 2013, to shareholders of record on Feb. 15, 2013. In 2012, the company paid approximately $50 million in regular cash dividends, an 8 percent increase over 2011.

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The versatility of the PFS units has introduced the PIRTEK network to new customer markets. the PIRTEK network is the diesel bulk tanks present in companies that operate or rent machinery and equipment. With the known cleanliness issues of diesel fuel, and the add-on effects of bio-diesel algae, many customers have regularly seen high cost service and machine transport costs weigh as a drag on their profits. By providing continuous flow, the PFS “plug-nplay” filtration cabinet will remove all contaminants down to 1 micron, while its water absorption capabilities and magnetic core technology inhibit the growth of the diesel bug. The constant introduction of clean diesel fuel has allowed fleet and rental customers to scratch off the list one of their most regular and expensive maintenance issues. By leveraging the PFS’s units ability to extend engine oil drains five to ten times and seeing the consistent results from cus-

tomers, PIRTEK Centers and technicians have been able to extend component wear to other areas of the same machines for which PIRTEK has already received a hose assembly replacement service call. Small and medium sized truck fleet operators can begin to see their engine wear decrease through oil analysis and their maintenance and labor costs also decrease. Many PIRTEK customers operate on a regional or national basis. The first national customer has already outfitted its 3rd out of 47 locations, with a 6 month roll out which will incorporate approximately 15 different PIRTEK centers. For more information, visit www.pirtekusa.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700 • Sacramento, CA Sat., March 23, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

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• Morris Co., NJ Sat., March 16, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

• ONLINE ONLY March, 18-23, 2013 For: Support Equipment

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• Richmond, VA Fri., March 22, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

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SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC www.salesauctioncompany.com 860-627-7506 • Windsor Locks, CT Sat., May 4, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173

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• Litchfield, MN Thurs., March 21, 2013 For: Tractors, Loaders and More

• Tuscaloosa, AL Wed./Thurs., March 20-21, 2013 For: Well Maintained Highway Construction Equipment

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NITKE AUCTIONS www.nitkeauctions.com 715-362-6162 • Fond Du Lac, WI March 23, 2013 For: Complete Dispersal Loudolff Excavating and Grading • Wausau, WI April 26-27, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers

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• Columbus, OH Thurs., May 2, 2013 For: Public Equipment Auction

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• Kenmore, WA Sat., March 16, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers

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• Boonville, MO Sat., March 23, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC.

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., March 14, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

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GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP www.gforceauction.com 877-631-0650 • Brookville, MD Sat., March 23, 2013 For: Construction and Forestry Equipment

www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 • Pelzer, SC Wed., March 27, 2013 For: Construction Equipment and Truck Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Fri., March 15, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., March 28, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

WEEECO INC. Boonville, MO 660-882-6211

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enveloping the bill found presumptive Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe allied with McDonnell in support of it, while Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, unopposed for his party’s gubernatorial nomination, opposed it. The bill would replace Virginia’s 17 1/2 cents-per-gallon retail gasoline tax with a 3.5 percent wholesale tax on gasoline and a 6 percent levy on diesel fuel. It boosts statewide sales taxes from 5 percent to 5.3 percent. It increases the titling tax on car sales and adds a $100 registration fee for fuel-sipping hybrid vehicles. It also rules out proposed tolls on Interstate 95 south of Petersburg. Altogether, it would generate new statewide revenue totaling $880 million annually for the state’s 58,000-mi. network of roads when fully phased in within four years. It could provide hundreds of millions more, provided localities in Virginia’s most critically gridlocked regions of northern Virginia and Hampton Roads adopt elective regional tax increases. Most of the no votes came from anti-tax conservatives. “In a time when your dollar is not going as far as it once did, in a time when unemployment is higher than we would like it to be, the General Assembly is saying, ‘Well, you make out the best way you can, but we’re going to take a bigger chunk of your wages,’’ said Sen. Ralph Smith, RRoanoke County. But some Democrats took aim at it, too, including Sen. J. Chapman Petersen, who called it “overly complex and, in places, contradictory. I feel like it makes arbitrary distinctions between petroleum and diesel, between inefficient vehicles and efficient vehicles that, frankly, have no logical basis.’’ Aside from the $100 annual hybrid penalty, diesel fuel will be taxed at nearly double the gasoline rate. Fellow Democratic Sen. Adam Ebbin of Alexandria also scored the bill, saying it “represents bad economics and bad transportation policy’’ for weakening the link between fuel and highway use and revenue, and for moving part of the burden to the general retail sales tax on all merchandise except for groceries and medicine. “That’s what we should be doing to fund transportation — raising our gas tax. This bill hurts people who can least afford it. Virginians should not be forced to pay a higher tax for the clothes on their backs than they pay at the gas pump,’’ Ebbin said. One conservative Republican, however, overcame his aversion to taxes, saying his poor, rural region in southwestern Virginia would benefit more than it has in years. “Do I agree with the [tax] increases that are in there? Probably not all of them. Do I feel it’s perfect? I don’t feel it’s perfect, but do I feel that I could have done better? No,’’ said Sen. Charles W. “Bill’’ Carrico of Grayson County. The bill passed after a series of harrowing turns over its final 24 hours. Democrats balked Feb. 22 after McDonnell had admonished lawmakers not to push for Medicaid expansion without deep cost-cutting and efficiency reforms first. After House and Senate negotiators agreed to form a legislative commission to oversee the reforms, McDonnell expressed his conditional support in a letter that satisfied Democrats. But an overnight ruling by conservative Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli that the commission is unconstitutional angered the Democrats anew and threatened to doom the bill before House and Senate leaders edited the provision to make Cuccinelli’s ruling moot. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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itchie Bros. Auctioneers held its Florida Auctions in Orlando Feb. 18 to 23, selling more than 9,400 items for more than $176 million. The six-day auction set a new company record for online sales as online buyers generated more than $53 million in gross auction proceeds or 31 percent of total gross auction proceeds generated during the auctions. Approximately 8,300 bidders registered for the sixday, unreserved public auction from 80 countries, 50 U.S. states, all Canadian provinces and one territory. More than $38 million was purchased by buyers in Florida while more than $137 million (or 78 percent) was sold to buyers located outside the state of Florida, with more than $58 million (or 33 percent) of that amount being sold to buyers outside the country. Items Jerry Wilcox Sr. of Wilcox Excavating in the auction were sold for more than 780 sellers. Inc. came down from Connecticut to enjoy the weather and the auction. Items sold include a 2012 Grove RT890 90-ton 4x4x4 Here, he gives this Caterpillar D8R a rough-terrain crane that sold for $725,000 and more close look for a big job he just got. than 40 2008 International ProStar and 2007 International 9400I trucks from Wal-mart’s professionally maintained fleet. “It has been another big February week for us here in Orlando,” said Steve Kriebel, regional sales manag- Thousands of pieces of equipment spread out over the 200er, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “We welcomed bidders acre Ritchie Bros. site. from across the nation and those who traveled from around the world to compete for one of the world’s largest selections of heavy equipment. Prices were particularly strong for the smaller heavy construction items as well as one of the nicest selections of cranes that we’ve ever sold in our yard here in Orlando. Having now kicked off our 2013 Orlando auction season we look forward to building for our next Orlando auction on May 16, 2013.” A new company record for gross auction proceeds generated by online buyers was set at this year’s This 2010 Caterpillar 740 truck sold for $330,000. February Orlando auction. More than 3,900 of the registered bidders participated online using the Ritchie Bros. real-time online bidding service available at www.rbauction.com and purchased more than $53 million of equipment. Internet bidders were winner or runner up bidder on 51 percent of the lots available online.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) see RITCHIE page 132

Indicating the scope of this sale, more than three-dozen Broce brooms were available. Tim (L) and Ed Shaw of Shaw & Holter Inc., Lancaster, Ohio, were looking for some good buys on equipment for their road building company.

This sale has come to be known as “The Big One.”

Every machine is power washed before it crosses the auction ramp.

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Walt Boring (L), president of Boring & Associates, speaks with Jeff Grassette, sales representative of Highland Tractor Co.

Charles Corby of Charles H. Corby & Sons came to the auction from Pennsylvania looking for some good buys. This Vogele paver might be headed north.

Old friends Dean Adist (L), Nortrax Equipment Co., and Lynn Schroeder, Hilco Appraisal Services, got a chance to compare some notes on the prices at the sale.

This Volvo 100D roller may go to Ottawa, Canada, if the price is right. Pat Kelahear, general manager, was at the auction to look for equipment for his rental operation.

More than 100 tractor loader backhoes are ready to go over the ramp.

Dana Berger (L), used equipment manager of H. O. Penn Machinery Co., and Art Vida, used equipment and rental manager of Foley Inc., enjoy the sunshine while looking over a wide variety of equipment.

Bill Yurkovic (L), corporate used equipment manager, and Sean Donoghue, area manager, both of Cleveland Brothers, Pittsburgh, Pa. enjoy the auction and the good weather.

The Komatsu HM400 may be going to Ed Dekeyser of Dekeyser Excavation in Colborne, Ontario, Canada.


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Address: 7200 North County Road, West Odessa, TX 79764 DIRECTIONS: From Odessa-Schleymeyer Field: NW on E Centergate St, take first right – stay on E Centergate St. .2 mile, left on US-385 S/ Andrews Hwy. .6 mile. Take 2nd right onto W Yukon Rd. 1 mil, right onto N County Rd. W/ Farm-to-Market Rd 1882. Site will be on right. From Midland Airport: I-20E BUS .4 mile, take ramp on left onto I-20 BUS W 6.4 miles, turn right toward TX-338 Loop N and take ramp onto TX-338 Loop N. 4.4 miles. Turn left onto E Yukon Rd. 3.9 miles, turn right onto N County Rd W/ Farm-to-Farm Market Rd 1882 .4 mile. Site on right. TEXAS AUCTION LICENSE: AUCTIONEER #15791 Jack H Lyon SALE SITE PHONE: (863) 602-8292

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To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. HxGN LIVE – Hexagon’s International Conference, June 3 – 6, 2013, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA! Join Leica Geosystems at the HxGN LIVE Conference – formerly known as Hexagon 2013! It’s a different name, but the same great conference – and an experience you don’t want to miss. Group registration options and special discounts for previous conference alumni, educational institutions, law enforcement agencies, and authorized dealers are also available. For more information contact: Angelique Ortega Angelique.ortega@leicaus.com +1 925/790-2318. See you in Las Vegas! AGC of Minnesota: Safety Training AGC and The Builders Group will offer the following safety training: OSHA 10 – March 6 – 7; OSHA 30 – March 25 – 28; Competent Person – April 8 – 11. Spring STP Classes Supervisory Training Program (STP) classes for Spring will begin the week of MARCH 11. ***For more information on the above programs, please contact Denise Woods, CMP, 651-796-2186 (direct); 612-2015501 (cell); 651-632-8928 (fax); 800-552-7670 (toll free); www.agcmn.org.

Roundtable should RSVP with Kevin Vollmer, Efficiency Shoring’s Operations Manager at 815/893-6700 or email Kevin at kvollmer@efficiencyshoring.com. The IAAP’s 45th ANNUAL CONVENTION will be held at the Springfield Crowne Plaza Hotel on TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2013. You may contact Anne T. Leslie, Chair, Associates’ Division at 630/458-0590 or email: rdcdrill@rdc-drill.com for details about social, educational and sponsorship opportunities. Note: all companies participating in the Expo must purchase booth space and register each attendee and booth worker. Rooms have been blocked at the Springfield Crowne Plaza for the evenings of April 22nd and April 23rd at the rate of $122 per night, as well as the neighboring Holiday Inn Express at the rate of $93 per night. Be sure to make your reservations on or before April 1st by calling the Crown Plaza at 217/529-7777 or the Holiday Inn Express at 217/529-7771 and mentioning the “IAAP block” in order to get these special rates. On behalf of the Associates’ Division of the IAAP, thank you for your consideration to participate in this event. Your hard work and support helps to make this convention a success while providing a valuable opportunity to market your goods and services to participants.

2013 MAASTO CONFERENCE: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will host the Mid-America Association of State Transportation Officials (MAASTO) 2013 Conference – “Sharing Strategies for Success.” The conference will be held JULY 16-19 at the HILTON HOTEL in downtown Milwaukee. One of the major events at MAASTO 2013 will be a trade show, where industry representatives will have the opportunity to showcase materials, technology, and professional services. The trade show will be held July 17 and 18 at the conference hotel. More information on the trade show registration, layout, schedule, and fees will be available in early 2013 at the conference website, which will be linked via the MAASTO meetings webpage Construction Safety Day – http://www.maasto.net/meetings.html. If you are looking to speak to Hennepin Technical College’s Construction Safety Day will be held on someone with regard to the above conference you may contact Denise March 14 at the Eden Prairie campus. For more information, please Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, telephone: (651) 632-8929 or (800) 552-7670; Fax: (651) directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: 632-8928; Email: info@agcmn.org; Website: www.agcmn.org. www.agcmn.org.

AGC – ST. LOUIS – MARCH MEMBERSHIP MEETING THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 2013 Location: Matterhorn Room, Sheraton Westport hotel, Lakeside Chalet 191 Westport Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63146 (complimentary parking in garage) Cost: $64.00 Dress: Business Attire Cocktails: 5:30 to 6:30 PM (two-hour open bar included in cost) Dinner: 6:30 to 7:30 PM Presentation: 7:30 PM Any reservation not canceled prior to March 11, 2013 at 5 PM will be billed. Registration is available online at http://events.agcstl.org/imispublic. If you have any questions regarding this event call Nancy Valentine at the AGC office at 314/480-3173 or email: nvalentine@agcstl.org. MNLA NEWS March 13 – 22nd Annual Hedberg Landscape & Masonry Contractor Education Day Join us for a full day of seminars, trade show and professional networking at the Earle Brown Heritage Center. For more information you may call 763/545-4400 or 763/225-0540. March 22 – Indoor Build – A – Pond Day In the warmth of our Farmington warehouse learn the 20 key steps to install a pond with an additional stream using the Aquascape Waterfall Spillway. For more information, call Gail at 763-392-5920 to register. Class begins @ 8:00 AM until 3:30 PM. Hedberg Farmington is located at 4375 170th Street West, Farmington, MN 55024 Phone: 651-423-5048. Wear boots and gloves – you’ll be installing a pond! ROAD MACHINERY & SUPPLIES COMPANY (RMS) RENTALS ANNUAL PAVING OPEN HOUSE WHEN: TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2013 TIME: 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, LUNCH from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM WHERE: RMS RENTALS, 12520 Quentin Avenue, Suite 100, Savage, MN 55378 Find out what’s new in paving. Take advantage of special buying incentives, meet factory Reps and take part in product demos. Visit RMS Rentals online for more information: www.rmsrentals.com. Efficiency Production, Inc. America’s Trench Box Builder – Efficiency Production to facilitate Roundtable on Custom Shoring and Special Applications, March 27 in Itasca, IL. In conjunction with Efficiency Shoring & Supply (ESS), and hosted by the Underground Contractors Association (UCA) of Illinois; Efficiency Production, Inc. – America’s leading trench shielding and shoring manufacturer – invites construction estimators, engineers, municipal DPW personnel, and underground and utility contractors to a special roundtable Discussion on Custom Shoring and Special Applications. The free Shoring Roundtable will be held on Thursday, March 27, 2013 from 9 to 11 AM at the UC Offices; 500 Park Boulevard-Suite 154C in Itasca, IL. Morning refreshments will be provided. Individuals wishing to participate in the Shoring

AGC – ST. LOUIS – MARCH MEMBERSHIP MEETING THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 2013 Location: Matterhorn Room, Sheraton Westport hotel, Lakeside Chalet. 191 Westport Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63146 (complimentary parking in garage) Cost: $64.00 - Dress: Business Attire - Cocktails: 5:30 to 6:30 PM (two-hour open bar included in cost) Dinner: 6:30 7:30 PM Presentation: 7:30 PM Any reservation not canceled prior to March 11, 2013 at 5PM will be billed. Registration is available online at http://events.agcstl.org/imispublic. If you have any questions regarding this event call Nancy Valentine at the AGC office at 314/480-3173 or email: nvalentine@agcstl.org. AGC – St. Louis ***SAVE THE DATE! Beer, Brats & a Band … What more do you need? JUNE 13, 2013 (more details to follow). March 19-21, 2013 – World of Asphalt , San Antonio, TX Don’t miss the Industry’s Main Event! Register to attend and save 40%. Exhibit Show Floor is Almost Sold Out! Hurry, space is still available but going fast. Reserve space today! Co-located with AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo March 19 – 21, 2013, San Antonio, TX, USA, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center World of Asphalt Show & Conference is the leading exposition and education resource for the asphalt industry. The event features in-depth industry-focused educational programming and comprehensive exhibits that showcase the latest technologies and innovations in asphalt-related equipment, products and services. World of Asphalt Show Management: Association of Equipment Manufacturers 6737 W. Washington Street, Suite 2400, Milwaukee, WI 532145647 USA Toll Free Telephone: 800/867-6060 or contact info@worldofasphalt.com. March 20 & 21, 2013 – 34th West Virginia Construction & Design Exposition The region’s largest trade show for the Construction and Design Industries invite you to be a part of the 34th Annual Exposition – EXPO! The Contractors Association of West Virginia, American Institute of Architects – WV Society of Professional Engineers & WV Utility Contractors Association, with the support of 24 co-sponsors, want the opportunity to make EXPO work for you. Let us hear from you, if you have questions! expo@wvexpo.com. Pat Parsons, Show Manager and Alice George, Office Manager April 23, 2013 IAAP CONVENTION The IAAP’s 45th Annual Convention is scheduled for Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Springfield, Illinois. As always, our program will feature a series of educational seminars focusing on topics of interest to aggregate producers and to the companies selling goods and services to the mining industry. MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND THE 45th ANNUAL IAAP CONVENTION!


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THE BIG 3 DAY SPRING AUCTION with 1000’s of LOTS MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from BIRM-I CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LLC (Surplus Equipment) TILCON CT & AMERICAN EQUIPMENT, LLC & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

275 ROUTE 32, NORTH FRANKLIN, CT 06254 DAY 1 • THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 8:30 AM DUMPS, FLATBEDS, VAN BODY, UTILITY & SERVICE TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS & TRAILERS

TRUCK TRACTORS: 2000 Peterbilt 379 T/A, Vin #1XP5D69X5YN52140; 1993 White GMC W1A64 T/A, Vin #4V1WDBRH2PN664818; 1981 Mack T/A, Vin #2M2N233YSBC001431; TRI & T/A DUMPS: 2007 Mack CTP713 TriAxle, Vin #1M2AT04C07M001518; 2007 Mack CTP713 Tri-Axle, Vin #1M2AT04C57M001529; 2007 Mack CTP713 TriAxle, Vin #1M2AT04C17M001530; 2007 Mack CTP713 Tri-Axle, Vin #1M2AT04C47M001523; 2009 Kenworth T800 TriAxle, Vin #1NKDX4EX79J237858; 2007 Kenworth T800 Tri-Axle, Vin #1NKDXUEXX7J174736; 1995 Mack RD Tri-Axle; 2008 Kenworth T300 T/A; 1995 Mack RD688S T/A, Vin #1M2P270Y9SM024165; 1994 Mack RD690D T/A, Vin #1M2P264C1RM014796; 1991 Mack RD T/A; S/A DUMPS: 2005 Ford F550; 2005 Ford F350, Vin #1FDW37P55ED03200; 1996 Mack Mid Liner, Vin #VG6BA10X1TB800237; 1994 Mack CH612, Vin #1M1AA07Y7RW004697; 2000 Ford F650, Vin #3FDNF65A7YMA07363; 1995 Ford L9000; 1991 Ford L8000, Vin #1FDXR82A8MVA27590; 1988 Ford F350, Vin #1FDKF38M6JNA16820; 1986 Ford L9000; ROLLOFF & HOOKLIFT TRUCKS & BODIES: 2004 Volvo VHD T/A Rolloff; 2001 Int’l 4700 S/A w/Hook Lift Body; Morgan Hook Lift Van Body; 2005 5 Yd Mobile Mixer Mtd On Hook Lift Frame; ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 1999 Ford F650 Rollback, Vin #3FDNF65H6XMA11854; 1986 Int’l 1954 S/A Rollback, Vin #1HTLDTVN8GHA60407; ROLLOFF CONTAINERS: (10) 30-50 Yd Rolloff Containers; 10 Yd Hook Lift Rolloff Type Container; REFUSE TRUCKS: 2000 Mack MR688S T/A Rear Load, Vin #1M2K195C9YM016369; PUMP TRUCKS: 1995 Int’l 4900 S/A Pumper Body, Vin #1HTSDAAN2SH228005; DUMP TRAILERS: 2005 Alumatech 39’ Frameless Dump Trailer, Vin #19EB39265L185215; VAN, FLATBED & SGL DROP TRAILERS: 1995 Lufkin 53’ T/A Van Trailer, Vin #1L01453245118899; 1998 Trailmobile F7AT-6UAA 48’ Flatbed Trailer, Vin #1PTF7ATH8W9001902; TAG-ALONG & OTHER H.D. EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2006 Kaufman R25 T/A 5th Wheel Trailer, Vin #15XFR40256L000956; 2001 Anderson 10 Ton 5th Wheel Trailer; Tri-Axle 5th Wheel w/Fixed Gooseneck; 2001 PA Int’l T/A Tag-Along, Vin #4ZHU18221P000407; 1999 Redi Haul FSL14E T/A 16’ Car Trailer, Vin #47SS142T7X1016000; 1996 Custom 5T162CED Tag-Along, Vin #1YR321534T1B1T877; 1984 Eager Beaver TL6 S/A Tag-Along, Vin #1120TL102ES030039; Flite 6614T T/A Tag-Along Vin #416T61429RB000007; 1975 Ditch Witch S-4 S/A Tag-Along, Vin #13416; OFFICE TRAILERS: 1992 Mark Line ML-1040T 8’x40’ Office Trailer, s/n E-20710155; SERVICE & UTILITY TRUCKS: 2003 Ford F350 SRW Super Duty Utility, Vin #1FDSW35F63EA10508; 2001 Ford F550XL w/Maintainer Body, Vin #1FDAF56F91EC4385; FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: 2001 GMC Work Horse WP31042 Delivery Van, Vin #5B4HP42R213328348; 2000 Ford F350 Flatbed, Vin #1FTSF31F5YEC89032; 2000 Hino FA S/A Cabover Rack Body, Vin #JHBEA4JE5X1S10193; 1992 Freightliner FL60 S/A Flatbed, Vin #1FV6GFFC3NL484590; 1992 Ford F450 Flatbed, Vin #2FDLF47M9NCA72662; 1991 Ford F700 S/A Cab & Chassis, Vin #1FDNK74P3MVA16312; 1987 Int’l 1954 S/A Cab & Chassis, Vin #1HTL0TVN6HHA25009; COLLECTOR CARS: 1966 Valiant Convertible 225; 1968 Chevy Chevelle; 1970 Plymouth Duster; 1972 Dodge Challenger 440RT; 1973 Plymouth Barracuda CUDA; 1998 Chevy Corvette Coupe; FLEET VEHICLES: 2008 Ford Escape, Hybrid; 2008 Ford Ranger; 2007 Ford Ranger; 2006 Ford 500; (3) 2006 Lincoln Royal Limos; (2) 2006 Ford Ranger; 2005 Ford Ranger; 2006 GMC 3500 Savana Tradesman Van; (2) 2005 GMC 3500 Savana Tradesman Van; (2) 2004 GMC 3500 Savana Tradesman Van; 2002 Ford F350; 2001 Chevy 3500 Express Tradesman Van; 2005 Ford Explorer; 2005 Ford Focus; 2002 Chevy 2500HD; 2001 Kia Sephia; 2000 Ford F450; 2000 Ford F150; 1999 Ford F350XL; 1999 Ford F250; 1999 Plymouth Voyager SE Van; 1999 GMC 3500; 1999 Ford Police Interceptor; 1998 Ford F150; 1997 Ford F400XL SD; 1998 Ford F150; 1994 Ford F450; 1993 Ford F350; 1975 Chevy C35; 1999 Ford F250, Not Running; 1996 GMC Sierra, Not Running; BUSES: (3) 2004 Int’l 24 Passenger Buses w/Wheel Chair Lift; SNOW HANDLING EQUIPMENT: 1992 GMC Topkick S/A Flatbed w/Mtd Stainless Steel Salt Spreader, Vin #1GDP7H1J1NJ502934; 8’ Tarco Highlander 2.5 Yd Stainless Steel Sander, Gas; 8’ Fisher Plow w/Frame, Pump & Snow Foil; 8’ Minute Man Plow; 10’ & 11’ Highway Plows; TRUCK PARTS & COMPONENTS: 21’ Truck Body For Storage, Roll Up Door; 21’ Van Body w/Roll Up Rear & Curb Side Doors; Fender, Hood & Tail Gate For 1980’s Ford; 7.3L Dsl Power Unit; 1993 2.5L, 4 Cyl Power Unit w/5 Sp Trans; Red Boom Truck Crane, Cap =3290@ Full Retention @ 65 Deg; (4) Axles; (2) Flatbed Bodies; (4) 275/65R20 Toyo A/T Tires Mtd on 20” Rims; AND MORE!

DAY 2 • FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 8:30 AM CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING & PAVING EQUIPMENT, CRUSHING & SCREENING

EXCAVATORS: 2009 Deere 450DLC, s/n 913778; (2) 2004 Cat 330CL, s/n CKDKY02478; 2006 Cat 320CL, s/n EAG00353; 2004 Cat 322CL, s/n HEK00538; 2006 Cat 314CLCR, s/n PCA1220; 2005 Cat 314CLCR, s/n PCA00539; 2003 Cat 315CL, s/n CLC00484; 1993 Cat 312, s/n 7DK01591; 2006 Komatsu PC300HD-7L, s/n A85062; 2002 Komatsu PC220LC-7L, s/n A86010; 1998 Komatsu PC150LC-6K, s/n K30578; Gradall 2200XL, s/n 228403; 2004 Deere 35C ZTS, s/n 232268; 2011 Deere 75D, s/n 1FF0750XVA0014290; 2007 Kubota KX121-3ST, s/n 34199; 2000 Cat M312 Mobile Excavator, s/n 6TL01128; CRAWLER TRACTORS & LOADERS: 2005 Cat D5N LGP, s/n AKD01335; Cat D3B, s/n 23Y02156; 1998 Deere 450G, s/n T0450GH846657; 1987 Cat D4H, s/n 8PB01312; RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2011 Cat 930H; 2006 Cat 930H, s/n TWR01821; 2004 Cat IT28G, s/n DBT01249; 1997 Cat 988F II, s/n 2ZR00797; 2008 Komatsu WA320-6, s/n A34047; 2000 Komatsu WA600-3, s/n A52102;1996 Komatsu WA500, s/n A61037;1996 Komatsu WA380-3L, s/n A50053; 1981 Cat 966C, s/n 78G5284; Komatsu WR11-1, s/n 30183; Dresser 530, s/n 3470544U004301; Michigan 55C, s/n 4500A10154H00895; Hough H30-G, s/n 10BH1812; 1969 Cat 950, s/n 81J01807; Trojan 4500, s/n T164529; 1974 Trojan 2500, s/n 251164; TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2009 Cat 416E, s/n BWC00182; 2001 Deere 410G, s/n T0410GX905624; 1993 JCB 217S; 1989 Deere 310C, s/n T03140CB757293; 1988 Deere 710B, s/n T0710BJ750084; 1988 Case 580K, s/n JJG0011126; SKID STEERS: 2010 Cat 262C, s/n MST03580; 2010 Gehl 6640E, s/n 06640K00607847; New Holland LX865, s/n 100849; 1989 Case 1845C, s/n JAF0040911; Bobcat 642, s/n 5014M20781; Thomas 2300, s/n LP000280; 1996 Trackless MT-5, s/n MT5T903; COMPACT TRACK LOADERS: 2006 Cat 247B, s/n CAT0247BCMTL03750; 2010 JCB Robot, s/n SLPT1110SA3E0888674; 2005 ASV RC100, s/n RSD02018; ASV 4810; SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: (2) 66”, (2) 72”, (2) 74”, 80” & 90” GP Bkts; (3) 66”, (2) 72”, 74” & (3) 84” Brush Grapples; 72” & 80” Stone Bkts; 66” Grapple Bkt; (3) 68” & (3) 78” Brush Cutters; (2) 84” Plows; (2) Backhoes; (3) 48” Forks w/Side Shift; (2) 48” Forks; Auger; (5) Fork Frames; (4) Q/C Plates; Bkt Lip Adapter; Bkt Lip Teeth Adapters; Sweeper; Scoop-N-Mix Attach; Thomas Dozer Blade; TRENCHERS: Ditch Witch 4010, s/n 6E0787; PAVING EQUIPMENT: 2005 Blaw Knox PF4410, s/n 181560; Lee Boy P900ST, s/n L900ST1042; 1999 Roadtec SB2500, s/n 8B2500X462; Pucket Bros T650, s/n PBP90A4250; Layton Drag Box; CRUSHING & SCREENING: 1996 Simplicity 5x16 4 Deck Screener; 82’, 70’,

50’, 40’ & 22’ Conveyors w/Elec Motor; BRIDGE & ROAD REHAB EQUIPMENT: 2006 Bidwell 3600 Concrete Paver, s/n B36003432006CA; Putzmeister Dynajet TD170 40K PSI Tag-Along Pressure Washer; MARINE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT: Quick Erect Scaffold by Gold Medal Tubelox; Deck Crane; Sea Crane, s/n HK016/9186004300; Steel Deck Bits & Cleats; 6” Slurry Pump; (3) Falk Radicon Gear Reducers; Misc Hatch Covers; (2) Deck Winches; Deck Fair Leads; PortaCo Inc Hyd Power Pack w/o Winch, s/n 92292302; Hyd Soil Mixing Attachment; Cable Spooler; (4) Spools Of Mooring Line; Gear Boxes For Capstans; (2) Detroit Dsl (GM Motors) Engines Mdl PTA-11141, s/n 273057, 265705; Pengo-Jetco RC14-108-5G-91 T/A Reel Trailer, Gas, Vin #P10651XP030028000; PILE DRIVING EQUIPMENT: 7’ Caisson Pile Driving Clamp; Ice 80S Dsl Pile Driving Hammer; COMPACTORS & ROLLERS: 2002 Cat CB634C, s/n 3BR00512; 2002 Cat CB634C, s/n 03BR00515; 2001 Bomag BW211D-3 Roller, s/n 10158037117; 1998 Bomag BW120AD-3, s/n 10117051246; Hyster 350 Dbl Drum Asphalt Roller, s/n C89C5498H; 2000 Ingersoll Rand 66” Sgl Drum Roller, s/n 163380; Stone Wolfpac 2500 Dbl Drum Roller, s/n 2800228; 1982 Hyster C330B Dbl Drum Roller, s/n A158C17822; BOOM LIFTS: 1998 JLG 450AJ Manlift, s/n 38150; Older Telescopic Boom Lift; WOOD GRINDERS: 2000 Komptech Terminator 5000S, s/n 181026; Gruendler Wood Hog 5060DH Shredder Mtd On T/A Carrier, s/n 500230; 1996 Gruendler Wood Hog, s/n 500277; ARTICULATED & RIDGID FRAME END DUMPS: 2006 Cat 735 Articulated End Dump; 2006 Terex 6005 CIFA, s/n SLBD1N00E608FW171; Terex 2556D, s/n A4731037; DUMPERS: 2006 Benford 6 Ton Dumper; (2) Mitsubishi Mighty Mite Artic Dumpers; BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: 2006 Rock Ram 778STR Hyd Hammer Fits 44K-88K Lb Machines; 1999 Rock Blaster Hyd Hammer Fits 311-315 Machines, s/n 169032; Boom Attachment; Unused Gentec HT830 Hyd Thumb; Unused Gentec HT1035 Hyd Thumb; Unused Gentec MT2650 HD Universal Thumb; (2) Unused 48” Replacement Forks, 3000 Lb Cap; Cat 1’ Bkt; 32” Bkt w/Teeth; 42” Bkt w/Teeth; (5) 2 Yd & 1 Yd Concrete Buckets; Cat 60” Ditch Bkt For Cat 416,s/n 153100; Cat 12” Digging Bkt w/Teeth Fits Cat 416C/416C/436C; 60” Ditch Bkt For Cat 320; 44” Digging Bkt w/Teeth For Cat231; 72” BOCE Tilting Ditch Bkt For Cat 325C; Geith Unused 42” Digging Bkt w/Teeth For JD 890/330 Size; Geith 30” Digging Bkt w/Teeth, Side Cutters & Pins For Kobelco SK300; ; TRENCH & SHORING BOXES & ROAD PLATES: 22’ Trench Box; (4) Road Plates; EQUIPMENT PARTS & COMPONENTS: Steel Plates & Misc Steel; Detroit Dsl Engine; (2) Detroit Dsl Allison Motors; Cat Engine; AND MORE! ADDITION TO SALE - PUBLIC REAL PROPERTY AUCTION In conjunction with construction auction to be sold at 12:00 Noon by Virtual Presentation Income Producing Property Located in Perth Amboy, NJ briefly described as: 9,600 Square Feet w/ 1,000 Sq Ft Office Space, 20’ Ceiling, 2 Drive-In Doors, Access to Routes 440, 287, 35 & N.J. Turnpike Offered Subject To Very Motivated Owner Confirmation • TERMS: See website for additional Terms

DAY 3 • SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 8:30 AM MARINE & GENERAL CONTRACTOR SUPPORT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT

SWEEPERS, SCRUBBERS & VAC UNITS: Sweepster Walk Behind Sweeper; Tennant Ride On Floor Scrubber; GENERATORS: Airman SDG25S 25KW Skid Mtd Generator, s/n 1233S30319; Rudox RM170 Skid Mtd Generator; COMPRESSORS: 2000 Ingersoll Rand P185WJD S/A Portable Air Compressor, s/n 314771UGK221; 1984 Ingersoll Rand 185 Tag-Along Air Compressor, s/n 137698U84957; Sullair 185DPOJD Tag-Along Compressor, s/n 004-134863; Sullair D185Q Tag-Along Compressor, s/n 11910; Airman Compressor, s/n 0157394/01; Smith 90CFM Tag-Along Compressor; PUMPS: Godwin Pump; (3) Walker 3” Portable Water Pumps; WELDERS: Lincoln Electric Mdl AC/DC 225/125 AC/DC Arc Welder, s/n 9221-312; LIGHT TOWERS: Magnum 5060 6 KW Tag-Along Light Tower, s/n 93328; Magnum 5060KMH 6 KW Tag-Along Light Tower, s/n 93326; Coleman MH4000RDKH Tag-Along Light Tower, s/n RD6025; MESSAGE & ARROW BOARDS: SCISSOR& PERSONNEL LIFTS: MEC 1932 Scissor Lift; INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFTS: RECREATIONAL VEHICLES & GOLF CARTS: Yamaha Kodiak 4 Wheeler; EZ-Go TXT Elec Golf Cart, Water Damage, s/n 1193799; EZ-Go Elec Golf Cart, Water Damage, s/n 2415143; EZ-Go Elec Golf Cart, Water Damage, s/n 1121917; Club Car Carry All Flatbed Elec Cart, Water Damage, s/n JR0714745004; Club Car Carry All Enclosed Utility Elec Cart, Water Damage, s/n QB1146249011; AG & UTILITY TRACTORS: New Holland TC45, s/n G516665; 2010 Kubota B3030, s/n 59577; 2007 Kubota BX2350, s/n 56993; 2006 Kubota BX2350, s/n 53067; 2003 Kubota L3830, s/n 31190; 2001 Kubota L35, s/n 73812; AG IMPLEMENTS: UTILITY VEHICLES: 2007 Bush Hog TH4400 w/Dump Body; WOOD CHIPPERS: Morbark 2400XL Hurrican Chipper; COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE & GROUNDS CARE EQUIPMENT: Scagg SWZ48-17KA, s/n 3290162; Jacobsen 5210 Greens Mower, s/n 62226; Jacobsen Tournament Cut-22 Greens Mower, s/n 622611886; Jacobsen Tournament Cut-22 Greens Mower, s/n 06629102433; Jacobsen Tournament Cut-22 Greens Mower, s/n 06229102359; Jacobsen Tournament Cut-22 Greens Mower, s/n 0622910363; Jacobsen Tournament Cut Greens Mower, s/n 06229102351; Jacobsen Tee-Collar 526A Greens Mower, s/n 622851836; Jacobsen Tee-Collar 526A Greens Mower, s/n 6228502351; Jacobsen Tee-Collar 526 Greens Mower, s/n 622851835; Jacobsen Tee-Collar Greens Mower, s/n 622612202; Jacobsen Tee-Collar Greens Mower, s/n 622611896; Jacobsen Tee-Collar Greens Mower, s/n 622803090; Jacobsen Tee-Collar Greens Mower, s/n 0622611885; Jacobsen Tee-Collar Greens Mower, s/n 0622611895; 2004 Toro Greensmaster 1000 Reel Mower, s/n 04052-24000198; 2004 Toro Greensmaster 1000 Reel Mower, s/n 04052240001133; John Deere 220A Reel Mower, s/n M00220A060556; John Deere 220A Reel Mower, s/n M00220A055852; John Deere 220A Reel Mower, s/n M00220A051458; Bobcat 48” Mower, s/n 9300012621; Ryan Greensaire 24 Aerator, s/n 1124346; 1996 Jacobsen Tri-King 1900 Reel Mower, s/n 670171892; 2004 Lastec 3696H Articulator; Toro Reel Master 5400D Greens Mower, s/n 230000594; Toro Versa Vac, s/n 23000111; 1998 Toro Hydrojet 3000, s/n 09801-80174; Kubota 66” Mower Deck; SEA & STORAGE CONTAINERS: (3) 40’ & (5) 20’ Sea Containers; UTILITY & LANDSCAPE TRAILERS: 2009 Triple Crown 7x18 T/A Trailer, Vin #1XNCH718191027726; 1998 Doo Little 5 Ton T/A Tag-Along, Vin #1DGHD1628WM030585; THREE PT HITCH ATTACHMENTS: Sprayer; OUTBUILDINGS: MAJOR INVENTORY OF CONSTRUCTION, GENERAL & MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: 100’s Of Lots! (2) ADDITIONS TO SALE ON SATURDAY 3/23 #1 GYM & FITNESS EQUIPMENT (Mostly Precor) Plus Inventory of “New” Electrical & Plumbing Supplies & Materials From Building Maintenance Dept Of A Manhattan Apartment Complex Affected By Storm Sandy

#2 COMPLETE TOOL DISPERSAL for J&R TOOL (Going Out Of Business) Reported Over $100K Cost In Mostly New Contractor Power & Pneumatic Tools & Accessories

Quality Consignments are now being accepted for this sale! TERMS: Complete payment or a minimum requirement of 20% deposit day of sale in Cash, Certified Check or Guaranteed Funds. Balance due within 4 days.

CALL FOR INFORMATION AND PICTURE BROCHURES. Salt Lake City, UT (801) 355-4500 Wharton, NJ (973) 659-3330 Milford, NH (603) 672-4100

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More Than 8,300 Bidders Register for Ritchie Fla. Sale RITCHIE from page 132

Bidders had the opportunity to arrive early to inspect equipment, like this big Caterpillar D9 dozer.

Off-road, over-the-road, quarry, pick-up, water — every type of truck imaginable was in this sale.

A virtual auction keeps the bidding action moving on items too small to run over the ramp.

Ritchie Bros. offered an extensive selection of cranes at its Florida auction.

Strong turnout marked this year’s Ritchie Bros. Florida auctions.

Even a handful of collectable cars like this 1953 Pontiac found their way into the sale.

Ernie Thibeault (L) and Randall Sanderson of T- Quip in New Hampshire look to replenish their rental fleet.


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MID-ATLANTIC SPRING EQUIPMENT AUCTION Construction Equipment, Tractors, Trucks, Trailers, Sprayers, Planters, Tillage, Implements, Equipment, Lawn and Garden, Tools, ATV’s & More

SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 2013 @ 9:00 A.M.

Location: Delaware State Fairgrounds (Green Lot)- Route 13 South in Harrington, Delaware Construction Equipment: JCB 508C telescoping forklift w/1435 hrs., heat, 4x4, JCB 803 excavator, 1999 Protec Sprinter 226 roller w/856 hrs., 2007 JD 110 TLB 4WD w/4-in 1 bucket & 58 hrs., Case 688 Construction King excavator w/thumb, JD 350 dozer w/6 way blade, Case 480 backhoe, Buckeen trencher w/blade, Mustang 332 diesel wheel loader w/bucket & forks, Toyota wheel loader w/bucket & forks, various skid steer attachments to include augers, buckets, grapples, forks, and quick attach plates, and much more not listed.

Maryland Contractor & Truck Auction 21601 New Hampshire Avenue Brookeville, MD 20832 Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 9 AM

Tractors & Grain Heads: JD 5625 w/131 hrs., IH 5088, 1989 JD 2555 FWD w/JD 245 loader & 1932 hrs.–Local Trade, 1981 IH 1086 w/3371 hrs., Ford 8000 w/3795 hrs., Kubota B7200 w/554 hrs., NH 5635 w/1068 hrs., IH Farmall 140 w/plow & cultivators, Int. 275 w/1188 hrs., Int. 584 w/2795 hrs., Int. 856, Ford Model 600, MF 205 w/1130 hrs., Farmall Cub, Farmall M, Ford 9N, JD 720 standard, JD A, 1996 JD 930 and 1995 JD 925 grain heads w/excellent poly, and many more not listed. Tractors To Be Sold At Approximately 2:00 p.m. Trucks & Trailers: 2005 Freightliner M2 106 Business Class w/Retriever body & 88,000 miles, 2001 Ford F-450 XLT wrecker w/Century body & wheel lift w/166,000 miles – V-8 Powerstroke, 2000 Volvo w/500 Cummins – 13 spd., (2)1999 International 4900, 1996 International w/New turbo, Cummins – 10spd., 1995 Isuzu box truck, 1994 Chevy 3500 HD diesel rollback w/Chevron body & wheel lift, 1992 Peterbilt w/3406 CAT recently rebuilt, 1988 Freightliner w/183,000 miles, 2003 42’ gooseneck, 1999 Great Dane 48’ w/ Thermo King reefer, 1999 Transcraft 48’ spread axle, 1999 Banco 6-7 hydraulic car hauler, truck bodies, storage trailers, Kar Kaddy, an assortment of equipment trailers, single & double axle utility trailers, and more not listed. Tillage, Implements & Equipment: Case Int. 3900 29’ disk, Krause Rock Flex 26’ disk, disks, packers, MF 88 4 btm. plow, 3, 4 & 5 bottom plows, Ford plow, 3ph ripper, JD rotary hoe, 1998 JD 4700 750 gal. ss tank w/60’ booms & 5670 hrs., Demco 500 gal. pull type sprayer w/45’ booms & TeeJet 3 section w/electric control, Miller Pro 1000 gal. w/80’ booms & Ravens controller, Spra Coupe 230 w/60’ booms-200 gal. tank & Ravens controller, Kifco T200 Water Reel w/9hp booster pump – 580’ hose, field cultivators, finishing tools, JD 1770 12 row conservation planter w/ 30” row cleaners & liquid fertilizer, JD 7000 4 row dry fertilizer planter, JD 1590 20’ drill w/7 1/2” space, 14’ Int. Soybean Special, NH 1431 mower conditioner, 7’ NH hay conditioner, bale spear, JD 752 tedder, Pequea rotary rake, fertilizer box w/auger, JD 54 manure spreader, NI 2 axle manure spreader, Killbros seed wagon w/motor, Ficklin funnel body and several funnel body wagons, 5', 6', 7' & 8' land levelers, JD HX15 flex-wing rotary cutter, 6' Bush Hog, Bush Hog RDTH72 grooming mower, Woods ditch bank mower, Roanoke G195 Bush Axe cutter, Woods 6’ rotary cutter, Land Pride 6’ finishing mower, 6' rotary mower, 5’ Hardee 3ph bush hog, 3ph 6', 7' & 8' scraper blades, box blades, 3ph dirt scoops, 3ph yard rakes, 3ph post hole diggers, ROPS for tractor, heavy duty running gear, and (2) Firestone 30.532 & (2) Firestone 24.5-32 combine tires; and much more. ATVs, Lawn & Garden, Tools, Engines & Miscellaneous: 2012 JD CX Gator w/5 hrs. & warranty til 5-26-13, JD 997 72” Z-Trak w/145 hrs., JD 1435 72” w/535 hrs., JD 997 72” Z-Trak w/343 hrs., JD 757 60” Z-Trak w/177 hrs., JD 737 54” Z-Trak w/472 hrs., Grasshopper 618 zero turn w/282 hrs., JD X540 54” w/328 hrs. & warranty til 4-13-13, JD X540 54” w/497 hrs., JD 727A 54” w/365 hrs., JD GX345 54” w/438 hrs., JD GT262 48”, Kubota T1770 w/48”, JD Z425 48” w/188 hrs., JD 317 w/48”, JD L110 42” w/227 hrs., JD LT160 42” w/622 hrs., JD Z245 42” w/154 hrs., JD X300 42” w/261 hrs., JD LT155 42”, JD LT155 38”, 1 bottom garden plow, Agri- Supply seeder, drop & spinner spreaders, weedeaters, push mowers, rotary tillers, rollers, lawn carts, chainsaws, chipper shredder, Honda 6.5hp pressure washer, 5hp air compressor, Emglo air compressor, 5k Omni diesel generators and other generators, fencing, stainless steel tanks, Craftsman chest & roll around toolbox, power tools, shop rugs & towels, and much more. Terms & Conditions: Payment on the day of sale with Cash, Certified Check, Cashier’s Check or approved check with a current letter of credit from your bank. Also accepting debit cards & major credit cards. 5% clerking fee on all sales which will be discounted entirely for customers paying with cash, approved check or debit card. NO BUYER’S PENALTY, NO SALES TAX & NO TITLE FEES. We accept pre-approval letters from major lenders. All items sold "As-Is and Where Is" with no expressed or implied warranties unless announced otherwise by auctioneer on the day of sale. All items are subject to being sold prior to day of sale. Announcements made day of sale supersede any and all advertisements. Wilson’s Auction Sales is not responsible for accidents or items after they are sold. Accepting Consignments: Monday, March 18th thru Thursday, March 21st from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wilson’s Auction reserves the right to reject items inappropriate for this auction or items deemed not sellable. If in doubt, please call ahead for approval. Loader & Fork Lift service available. All items must be removed from the Delaware State Fairgrounds within 72 hours of the auction date, or owner will be responsible for any fees that may be incurred for removal. Delaware’s Largest Full Time Professional Auction Service - Serving Your Auction Needs Since 1966. Don’t miss this opportunity to market your equipment with an auction company that gets positive results. Contact our office today to have your items included in future advertising!!! Auctioneer’s Note: This is only a partial listing as many items are coming in daily. Auction will start promptly at 9:00 a.m. This will be a full day of Auction Excitement with something for everyone. Plan to bring a friend as there are several wagons of small items, and four auctioneers selling throughout the day. There is Plenty of Convenient Parking. Visit our web site for updated listings and several color photos of items in this sale. Food & Refreshments will be served by Burrsville Ruritan Club. ** Mark Your Calendar... PUBLIC AUCTION of Valuable Real Estate - Saturday, April 13, 2013 @ 2:00 pm Mid-Atlantic Fall Equipment Auction scheduled for Saturday, September 21, 2013 At 9:00 am**

Wilson’s Auction Sales, Inc. Our Service Doesn't Cost...It Pays! Experience is the Difference. Dave Wilson, Auctioneer & Sales Manager K. Wade Wilson, Auctioneer & Customer Service Representative Mid-Atlantic Equipment Auction Direct Line: (302) 422-8548 (302) 422-3454 Fax (302) 422-0462 Email: wilsonsauction@aol.com www.wilsonsauction.com

Selling for Pogo Tree Experts, New River Landscaping, Rental Companies, Local Contractors and Others Equipment to Include: Rubber Tire Loaders: Cat IT-28G Articulated Rubber Tired Loader/Tool Carrier, A/C Cab, GP Bkt, w Quick Attach s/n 8SR02193; JD 744 E Articulated Rubber Tired Loader, cab, GP Bkt, s/n B000387; JD 644G Articulated Rubber Tired Loader, cab, GP Bkt, quick attach JRB quick coupler, s/n 556826; JD 624G Articulated Rubber Tired Loader, cab, GP Bkt, s/n 560962; JD 624G Articulated Rubber Tired Loader, cab, GP Bkt; JD 644C Articulated Rubber Tired Loader, cab, GP Bkt, ACS quick coupler; Cat 910 Articulated Rubber Tired Loader, cab, GP Bkt. Attachments: JRB and ACS attachments for the Rubber Tired Loaders, Skid steer Loader Attachments, Labounty Tree Shears for Excavators, Road Broom, Log Forks, Pallet Forks, GP Buckets of several sizes, 16’ snow pusher, snow plows, Milling heads, stump buckets, skid steer log grabber with Warn winch, grapple buckets, and much more Excavators: Cat 320 Hyd. Excavator, a/c cab; Hitachi EX-200 LC Hyd. Excavator, cab, 31” pads, 40” bkt, s/n 14548234; Bobcat 331 mini excavator, rubber tracks w/ leveling blade, o/rops, 24” bucket, w/Hyd. thumb attachment, X-change system, s/n 332513857; Loader Backhoes and Skid Steer Loaders: Case 590 Loader Backhoe, 4x4, cab, ext-hoe, s/n JJG0208283; New Holland LS-190B skid steer, Hi-Flow kit w/cab, dsl eng, low hrs, GP Bkt, s/n N4M403708; (2) New Holland LS-180 skid steers with cab and heat, low hrs; ASV RC-30 track skid steer, Cat dsl eng, o/rops, GP Bkt, low hrs, s/n RSA00679 Tree Chippers and Grinders: Peterson 4700B Wood Grinder w/ auto feed, Cat C-16 630HP dsl eng, radio remote control, w/ stacking conveyor, tri-axle 5th wheel mount; Dynamic Cone Head model 560 tow behind chipper with JD dsl eng, auto feed s/n 560-5014; Brush Bandit model 200 tow behind chipper, Perkins dsl eng, like new condition, s/n 021955; Mobark Tornado model 13 tow behind chipper, JD dsl eng s/n 23650; 2006 Woodsman 18” tow behind chipper, hyd. winch w/ auto feed. Commercial Zero Turn Mowers: (3) 2012 Hustler zero turn lawn mowers with vacuum bagger systems, very low hrs; (5) 2009 – 2011 Hustler Zero Turn lawn mowers with low hrs; (6) 2009- 2012 Hustler walk behind lawn mowers low hrs, 3 like new; Toro Z-Master zeo turns and other misc. Commercial mowers. Misc. Landscape Equipment: Finn T-75 Hydro Seeder T/A trailer mounted, 750 gallon, Kohler gas engine, hose reel w/ top gun, very good condition; Vermeer SC1152 hyd. driven stump grinder, 18” grinding wheel, 110 HP Cummins dsl eng, 832 hrs; Rayco RT-200 walk behind stump grinder, Kohler gas eng, 32” grinding wheel, 260 hrs, s/n 961001067; Finn B-40 gas engine straw blower, 37 hrs like new, s/n 1574; Dump Trucks: ’05 Sterling Tri Axle Dump, CAT C15 Dsl, 8LL Trans, Air Lift 3rd Axle, R&S Alum Dump Body, Electric Roll Tarp; ’04 Ford F450 Dump, Power Angle Snow Plow, P/S Dsl, Auto Trans; ’98 Int’l 2500 Series T/A Dump, 15’ Steel Dump w/Hyd Salt Spreader, 12’ Snow Plow; ’98 Int’l 4700 S/A Dump, 10’ Alum Dump Body w/Hyd Salt Spreader, DT466, 6+1 Trans, 10’ Power Angle Snow Plow; ’98 Int’l 4700 S/A Dump, DT466E, Auto Trans, Air Brakes, Central Hyd, 10’ Steel Dump Body w/Hyd Salt Spreader; ’98 Int’l 4700 S/A Dump, DT466E, Auto Trans, Air Brakes, Central Hyd, 10’ Steel Dump w/Tarp, Power Angle Snow Plow, Tailgate Salt Spreader; ’91 Int’l 4900 S/A Dump, Godwin 10’ Dump Body w/Hyd Salt Spreader, 10’ Snow Plow; ’06 GMC 2500HD 4x4 Pickup Trk, w/Truck Craft Alum Dump Body, Gas Eng, Auto Trans; Specialty Trucks: ’07 Int’l 4300 S/A Bucket Trk, DT466 Dsl, 6spd Trans, Altec LRV57 Insulated Single Person Bkt w/Hyd Controls, Under CDL; ‘05 Sterling Tri Axle Roll Off Truck, Lift 3rd Axle, Rack & Pinion Tarp System, 75000lb Galbreath Hoist, 147000 miles; ’03 Int’l Chip Trk, 22 Yd Chipbox; ’00 Freightliner FL70 S/A Log Loader Lightening TL3 Ldr, w/Side Mount Controls, 20’ Steel Dump Body; White GMC T/A Log Loader Trk, Prentice 120EB Ldr, Over Cab Controls, Hyd Outriggers, 2’ Steel Dump Body w/High Sides, Encl. 30 Yd Dump Body; ’99 Chevrolet Tiltmaster s/a landscape body with mesh gate. Road Tractor and Detachable: ’99 Peterbilt 379 T/A Daycab Road Tractor, 3406 CAT Dsl, 13 Spd Trans, Wetline, Air Left Susp; Trail King TK100 50 Ton Tri Axle Detachable Trl, Air Ride Susp, 24ft well. Misc: (7) 30 Yd Cans; Weaverline MB-46 bagging machine w/electric motor, used to bag mulch, corn, ect…s/n 9949 like new cond.; Redline System 40’ dirt conveyor w/electric motor; Feed Mobile FMI C40 mulch compost bagger; Onan 100 Genset trailer mounted w/ AC dsl eng; Tow Behind Arrow Board, Spray tanks, Spray equipment; misc. 3pt equip; lots more to numerous to mention Trailers to Include: (2) Great Dane 53ft Dry Van Storage Trls; (3) enclosed landscape trailers, several misc. landscape trailers and skid steer trailers, s/a dump trailer like new with roll tarp, several other trailers. Over 15 other trucks, 4x4 pickups, utility trucks, check web-site for more information. Biodiesel Reactor to be sold as a complete working unit: Bio Diesel system in place that converts food grade oil to Bio Diesel this unit is complete and in operating order to include: Bio Diesel reactor, (2) 500 gallon tanks, (3) 1050 gallon tanks, (1) 1200 gallon tank, (1) 2500 gallon tank, (1) 1400 gallon tank, all tanks are cone bottom with stands, exhaust fan, fuel filters, completely electric operated. This unit will be sold as an entirety. Check our website www.gforceauction.com for directions, photos, updated listing and terms


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SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 9:30 AM • 172A NORTH HATFIELD RD, HATFIELD, MA 01038 ENTIRE INVENTORY OF TRACTORS, TILLAGE, CROP MAINTENANCE, HARVESTING, GRADING & BAGGING EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS, TOOLS, SUPPLIES & FIXTURES FROM ONE OF MA’s PREMIER GROWERS

Consignments of quality equipment will be accepted.

ONE OWNER COMPLETE DISPERSAL AUCTION for PROVIDENCE FENCE COMPANY, INC. (Owner Retiring)

FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 9:30 AM • 283 CHAPMAN STREET, PROVIDENCE, RI 02905 EQUIPMENT INVENTORY FROM 40 YEARS IN BUSINESS! ONE OWNER COMPLETE EQUIPMENT DISPERSAL AUCTION for MORRILL CONSTRUCTION, INC. (Owners Pursuing Other Interests)

FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 9:30 AM • 190 HORSE MEADOW RD, NORTH HAVERILL, NH 03774 MULTI MILLION DOLLAR INVENTORY FROM ONE OF NH/VT’s MOST REVERED CONTRACTING FIRMS! EXCAVATION, ROAD MAINTENANCE & SITE DEVELOPMENT EQUIPMENT, HEAVY DUMPS, TRUCK TRACTORS & TRAILERS, MGT & FLEET VEHICLES, SNOW REMOVAL & JOB SITE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, SHOP & OFFICE EQUIPMENT & FIXTURES

PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from THE SHELLY COMPANY & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

THURSDAY, MAY 2, 9:00 AM • 700 HART ROAD, COLUMBUS, OH 43223 FULL INVENTORY OF EARTHMOVING, SITE DEVELOPMENT & PAVING EQUIPMENT, HEAVY TRUCK TRACTORS, DUMP TRUCKS, TRAILERS & FLEET VEHICLES TERMS: Complete payment or a minimum requirement of 20% deposit day of sale in Cash, Certified Check or Guaranteed Funds. Balance due within 4 days. MA Lic #AU736, NH Lic #2966, Samuel Piotrkowski, Ohio Lic # 2002000176, Ohio Firm #2002000177 ONLINE BIDDING THROUGH EQUIPMENTFACTS.COM.

CALL FOR INFORMATION AND PICTURE BROCHURES. Salt Lake City, UT (801) 355-4500 Wharton, NJ (973) 659-3330 Milford, NH (603) 672-4100

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ANNUAL 4 DAY RENTAL RETURN AUCTION CONSTRUCTION, AERIALS, FORKLIFTS, SUPPORT, ATTACHMENT, TRUCK & TRAILER AUCTION HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTALS NEFF RENTALS

AUCTION

LARGEST TRI-STATE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, TRUCK & TRAILER SALE IN THE NORTHEAST!

ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY (ATLANTIC CITY RACE TRACK) NOTE: As usual this sale will consist of late and great construction equipment, aerials, telescopic forklifts, support, attachments, truck tractors, dump trucks, pickups and all kinds of trailers HILITES: 3 ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: (2) Grove RT875 (4x4), P&H Omega20 (4x4), 53 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2006-2005 Cat TH560 (cab), (3) 2005 Cat TH460 (cab), (4) 2006-2005-2004 Cat TH360 (cab), 2005 Cat TH215 (cab), (10) 2007 –(4) 2006 –(7) 2005 Genie GTH644C, 2005-2003 JLG G9-43A, (8) 2004 JLG G6-42A, (2) 2004 JLG 644E-42, (5) 2005 Terex TH636C, 2005 JCB 506C, Gradall 544D, (3) Gradall 524D-32, 23 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (2) 2012-2010-2008 Cat 320DL, 2006 Cat 314CCR, (2) 2008 Cat 312DL, (2) 2007 Cat 311C, 2007 Cat 308CCR, Cat 308BSR, Cat 235B, (3) 2013-2005 Kobelco SK210LC, 2005 Kobelco SK135SRLC, (2) 2005 Kobelco SK70SR, Konatsu PC228USLC-1, 2007 Hitachi ZX120, 2005 Linkbelt 210LX (thumb), Takeuchi TB125, MATERIAL HANDLERS: Cat 330MH, MOTOR GRADER: Cat 140G, TOOL CARRIER: 2007 Cat IT38G, 7 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2003 Cat 980G, (2) Cat 980B, 2007 Cat 966H, 2009 Cat 938H, Fiat Allis FR160, Fiat Allis FR15, 11 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D6RLGP, 2008 Cat D5KXL, (2) 2006 Cat D5GXL, (2) 2006 Cat D3GXL, (2) Cat D3C, Cat D3, 2005 Case 850KLGP, JD 450J, CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 963B, 12 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (4) 2006 Cat 420EIT (4x4), 2006-(3) 20042003 Cat 420DIT (4x4), Cat 420DIT (4x4), New Unused Case 580 Super N (4x4), FEED LOADER: Athey Windrow, 2 ASPHALT ROLLERS: New Unused Cat CD54, IR DD110HF, 42 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2007-(3) 2004 -2003 Cat CS563E (cab), (4) 2005 Cat CP563E, 2005-(2) 2004 Cat CP433E, (2) 2004-2003 Cat CS433, (5) Cat CP323SD, (5) 2005 IR SD70D, (4) 2005-2004 IR SD45D, (6) New 2012 Bomag BW211D (cab), Bomag BW172, Bomag BW122PD, 2005 JCB VM66PD, Raygo 600A, 2007 Dynapac CA250D, TRENCH ROLLER: 2006 Wacker RT-82, 6 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2008 Cat 297C, 2010 Cat 289C, 2008 Cat 257B2, 2006 Cat 257B, 2008 Cat 247B2, 2009 NH C175, 9 SKID STEERS: 2007 Cat 256C, 2011 Cat 252B-3, 2008 Cat 252B-2, 2004 Cat 236B, 2006-2005 Bobcat S175, Bobcat 753, Bobcat 553, 2 FORKLIFTS: (2) 2005 Mitsubishi FG25N, 23 BOOM LIFTS: 2004 Genie S85(4x4), (2) Genie S85(4x4), Genie S80 (4x4), Genie S65 (4x4), 2005 Genie S60, (4) Genie S40 (4x4), (4) JLG 601S(4x4), 2005 JLG 600S, JLG 600S, (2) JLG 600A, (3) JLG 400S(4x4), 2004 JLG 450AJ, JLG 450A

(4x4), JLG 400S, 20 SCISSOR LIFTS: JLG 40RTS, JLG 3969E, JLG 25RTS, (6) 2005 JLG 2030ES, (5) 2004 JLG 1930ES, Genie 3268RT, Genie 3268, 2004 Genie GS3246, (2) 2009 Genie GS2032, Skyjack 19ft., 3 AIR COMPRESSORS: (2) 2005 IR 185CFM, IR P185JD, WELDER: Miller Big 40, 24 LIGHT PLANTS: (15) New/Unused Doosan LS-60HZ-T4F, (6) 2007 Multiquip LT12D,(3) Genie TML4000, GENERATOR: 2005 Multiquip DCA25USI, 3 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: New Cub Cadet Yanmar LX490 (4x4), Demo NH T4030, JD 790 (4x4), CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: (2) 2006 Multiquip WBH-16F Concrete Buggies, FLOOR SCRUBBERS: 2007 Tennant, 4 ROLLBACK TRUCKS: (3) 2006-2005 Ford F550, 5 TRUCK TRACTORS: (2) 2007 Peterbilt 386 (t/a), 2003 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 2012 Mack CHU613 (t/a), 1985 Mack (t/a), STAKE TRUCK: 1994 Navistar 4900 (s/a), 17 SERVICE TRUCKS: (2) Ford F650, (4) 2006-(9) 2005-(2) 2004 Ford F550 (loaded), FUEL/LUBE TRUCK: 1998 Mack RD688S (t/a), 3 PICKUPS: (3) 2006 Chevy Silverado 1500, VANS: 2002 Dodge Caravan, 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) 2013 Witzco RG50 (50T), FLATBED TRAILER: 1983 Fontaine 40ft. (t/a), WALKING FLOOR TRAILER: 1993 Steco 42ft. (t/a), 4 DUMP TRAILERS: 1986 Schafer 30ft. (t/a), 1979-1974 Florig 30ft. (t/a), 1968 Fruehauf 26ft. (t/a), DEMO TRAILER: 1981 Florig 30ft. (t/a), ATTACHMENTS: New Unused JRW Thumbs, New Unused Demac Plate Compactor, New Unsed Dynatec TDS960 Hydr. Compactor, New Unused Dynatec HCD550F Hydr. Compactor, Unused Hydr. Compactor, (2) 2007 D&E Hydraulic Thumbs, Hydraulic Hammers: New Unused Rockram V9500, New Unused Rockram F5500, (2) New Rockram V830, (4) New Rockram 697, (2) Okada, Steel Shears: New Unused Demac M2500E, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Yale Hand Lift truck, Dora Craft Drill Press, Pallets of Tumbled Blue Stone.

Address: 4501 Leipzig Ave, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. DIRECTIONS: Take Atlantic City Expressway to Exit 14 (Leipzig Ave) and follow signs to Atlantic City Race Track. SALE SITE PHONE: (609) 272-9702 or (609) 272-9703.

THURSDAY, APRIL 4 - SUNDAY, APRIL 7 @ 9:00 AM

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LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

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

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Cat Auction Services Holds Its First Florida Auctions

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at Auction Services held its Florida auction Feb. 15 in Kissimmee, Fla. More than 1,000 bidders participated, vying for 292 lots from 22 consignors. Approximately four bidders purchased more than $1 million worth of equipment each. New customers accounted for 57 percent of registered bidders, while 20 percent of buyers were online. Cat Auction Services partners (Cat Finance, Cat Surplus & Used Parts, Cat Classic Parts, Cat Used Power Systems and Cat Work Tools) also were present, offering additional valueadded services.

Dick Courts of Courts Machinery Co., Windom, Minn., inspects the Caterpillar articulated trucks.

Charlie Baer (L), used equipment manager of Ziegler Cat, and Mike Scott, president of Mascott Inc., follow the bidding action during the Cat Auction Services sale.

Cat Auction Services’ Jo Linkert (L) and Tim Bartlett are ready to answer any questions about the auction.

(L-R): Jeff Speer, used equipment manager of FABCO CAT, pauses for a photo with Alex Weaver and Jennifer Hammontree-Jones, both of Caterpillar Used Equipment Services Inc.

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

This Caterpillar 325D got a good look from Dennis Miesler of Miesler Construction in Wisconsin.

Rick Albin (far R), president of Cat Auction Services, welcomes Clayton Rocha (L), Caterpillar Mining manager, and Jesus Cedilla, vice president of international sales, Ring Power Corporation, to the Kissimmee sale.

Rick Albin, president of Cat Auction Services, welcomes bidders to the Kissimmee auction.

Jim Maetzold of Pac West came from Phoenix, Ariz., to look over this Caterpillar 140H and a host of other Caterpillar iron.


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ABSOLUTE AUCTION Surplus Liquidation

COMPLETE LIQUIDATION OF ONE OWNER BUSINESS

North Cambria Fuel Co. Wed, April 17, 2013 - 9:00AM Blairsville, PA

(45 Years In Business) BEST EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE

Crawler Tractors: `10 CAT D5K XL, s/n WWW01103 (481 Hours) (Warranty Remaining) • `06 CAT D6N XL, s/n

D&D Construction Co., Inc. Milton J. Skurka & Son Excavating

AUCTION

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Hydraulic Excavators: `08 CAT 315D L, s/n CJN00549 • `07 CASE CX50B ZTS Mini, s/n N7TN81896 Extend-A-Hoe, Skid Steer, and Attachments: `98 CAT 416C, 4x4, s/n 4ZN08462 • `07 CASE 445CT Crawler, s/n N6M440208 (1,303 Hours) • ROCKAWAY 84” Hydraulic Landscape Rake • 96” 6-Way Hydraulic Dozer Blade • 48” Forks Utility Tractor:

JD 1070, 4x4 (1,682 Hours) • COUNTYLINE 7’ York Rake, 3-point hitch

Pump and Skid Mounted Mulcher: `05 PIONEER 6"x4" Portable Dry Prime Centrifugal Pump, s/n 5119 (797 Hours) • `07 REINCO Model TM35 Skid Mounted Mulcher, s/n 4634

Tri-Axle Truck Tractor: `96 INT’L 9300, Cummins N14 Plus 500HP, Fuller 18 spd, 16,000# front and 46,000# rear axles, 20,000# airlift 3rd axle, air ride suspension, 3-stage engine brake, wetline

Service and Dump Trucks:

`07 FORD F-450XL SD 4x4 Service (032,364 Miles) • `08 CHEVY CHEVY 3500HD, 4x4 S/A Dump (40,556 Miles)

PLUS: 4x4 Pickup Trucks • Tilt Deck and Tag-A-Long Trailers • Contractors Tools and Shop Equipment

“Quality Consignments Are Being Accepted” Contact Auction Company For Details! Call (800) 233-6898 or Email sales@hunyady.com For Complete, Descriptive Brochure!

www.hunyady.com Bid Live Online At www.Proxibid.com

PA Auction License No: AY000281 While information is believed to be accurate, all items will be sold “As-Is, Where-Is” without guarantee or warranty. A physical inspection is suggested.

Public Auction Construction, Utility & Forestry Equipment

Friday, April 26th @ 9:00am 601 Christiana Ave. Wilmington, DE 19801 Please call (302) 654-1846 for more information

Auction Location:

Partial Inventory Listing: (8) Versalift SST37EIH on 2004 Chev C5500 bucket trks, (2) Altec AT37G on 2004 GMC C5500 bucket trks, (6) Versalift SST37EIH on 2003-2002 Ford F550 bucket trks, Versalift VN43103 on a 2000 GMC C7500 bucket trk, 2003 Volvo WX64 w/Vactor 2110CBHR80/12-15 vactor trk, 2002 GMC C8500 w/OK Champion RL1202P reel trk, 2001 Freightliner FL80 w/Altec LP108 reel trk, 2001 Isuzu spray trk and more. Additional inventory arriving daily. Please check our website for updates . www.utilityauctions.net

Inspection on April 24th & 25th from 8am-5pm

Visit our website for a list of inventory & pictures

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

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND

NOTE: D&D Construction/ Milton J. Skurka & Son Excavating, very reputable construction companies for over 45 years, have decided to retire and enjoy life. The equipment here is as good as it gets! Not an oil leak or a dent and serviced the very best. Service records will be available. NO CONSIGNMENTS ACCEPTED FOR THIS SALE. HILITES: 3 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2005 Cat 325CL, 2004 Cat 315CL, 2005 Cat 305CR, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: Cat M312, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2005 Cat 950G, Trojan 1900Z, CRAWLER TRACTOR: Cat D4C-III, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOE: 2004 Cat 420DIT (4x4), ASPHALT PAVER: Blaw Knox DM3000, ASPHALT ROLLER: Bomag MW100AD-3, 3 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: IR SD77DX, Roscoe, Bomag, SKID STEER: 2003 Cat 246 (cab), SCREENING PLANT: Reed CV90D, RADIAL STACKER: Superior 60ft. x 36in., SCREENING PARTS: 1ft. Square Screen, (2) 3/4in. Square Screens, (4) Loam Screens, Sand Screen, 2 FLATBED TRUCKS: 2003 Ford F450XL Super Duty (4x4), 2003 GMC C4500, 6 DUMP TRUCKS: 2002 Sterling (tri.), 1990 Mack RB690SX (t/a), 2005 GMC C4500 (w/ snow plow s/a), 2003 Int’l. 4400 (s/a), 1987 Int’l. F-2674 (w/ snow plow/tri.), 1986 Ford F8000 (w/ snow plow s/a), 2 TRUCK TRACTORS: 1988 Mack R688ST (t/a, 100,000 miles), 1961 Mack B-81 (t/a), 3 PICKUP TRUCKS: 2008 GMC Sierra, 2005 Chevy 2500HD (4x4), 2002 Chevy 2500, SERVICE TRUCK: 2003 GMC, DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILER: 1983 Eager Beaver (t/a), 4 TAGALONG TRAILERS: 1998 Eager Beaver 20 ton (t/a), 1995 Wright 20ft. (t/a), 2000 Big Tex 21ft. (t/a), 2005 High Country 12SVT3 (s/a), Custom, Eagle, DUMP TRAILER: 2005 Benson 24ft. (t/a), STORAGE CONTAINERS: (4) 20ft., PLUS A LARGE AMOUNT OF ATTACHMENTS FOR THE MACHINES: Excavators: Cat 325CL Hammer, Loaders: Cat 1.25 yd. Side Dump Bucket (109in. wide), Backhoes: Cat Forks, Hydraulic Tamper, 12in. Digging Bucket, Skid Steers: Cat BA18 Sweeper, Cat H63 Hydraulic Hammer, Cat Grapple Bucket, Lowe 7500 Auger, Asphalt Grinder, (2) Snow Push Blades, Forks, SNOW PLOWS & SPREADERS: Torwell 9 yd Stainless Steel Spreader, Torwell 4yd. Stainless Steel Spreader, Down Easter 18 yd. Stainless Steel Spreader, Snow Plow Blade, 6 ROAD PLATES: (3) 20ft. x6ft., (2) 11ft. x 4ft., 10ft. x 6ft., TRENCH BOX: 10ft. Spreader Bars, TRENCH BOX ACCESSORIES: 8ft. x 6in. Trench Box, 4 FUEL TANKS: 3000gal., 250gal., Turner Motor Oil Tank, Turner Waste Oil Tank, EQUIPMENT PARTS: (5) Bucket Teeth for Cat 420, (5) Bucket Teeth for Cat 420, (5) Bucket Teeth for Cat 325, (5) Bucket Teeth for Cat 315, (5) Bucket Teeth for Cat 312, HEATING EQUIPMENT: Desa 100K btu Heater, Desa Master Heater, AND A VERY LARGE AMOUNT OF SHOP & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT INCLUDING: (10) Jumping Jacks & Plate Compactors, (10) Water Pumps, (10) Chain & Demo Saws, Circ. Saws, (10) Lasers, Small Shop Welders, Generators, Trench Boxes, Road Plates, (20) Saws, (20) Sanders, Tools, Snap On Wrenches, All Types Of Power Tools, Large Quantity Of Road Signs, Drills, Rechargeable Batteries, Pumps, Shop Vacs, Sprayers, Socket Sets, Vises, Stud Driver, Weed Wackers, Tap Machine, Tapping Drill, Lawn Mower, Hoses, Ladders, Blades. Address: Milton J. Skurka & Son Excavating: 131 Cowesett Avenue, West Warwick, RI 02893. DIRECTIONS: From TF Green Airport: I-95 S/ New York and merge onto I-95 S 2.8 miles, take exit 10B onto RI-117 W/ Centerville Rd. toward W Warwick 1.5 miles. Left on Quaker Ln .2 mile, left on Quaker Ln Connector Rd., right on RI-2S/ Bald Hill Rd. .5 mile. Right onto Cowesett Ave. Site will be on left. SALE SITE PHONE: (262) 903-6269 RHODE ISLAND AUCTIONEER/ LIC. #: M.C. Ponte 2113 SALE ASSISTED BY: Irving Shechtman & Co., Inc. Professional Auctioneers and Appraisers MC Ponte, Jr. & Sons 141 Power Road, Pawtucket, RI 02860 Phone: (401) 728-9100, Fax: (401) 728-9103

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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com AIM ATTACHMENTS ................................................62

FIVE STAR EQUIPMENT INC (PA) ........................48

NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ..............63

ALEX LYON & SON INC

FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ................................52

OPDYKE INC ..........................................................59

PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ..........................129

FLUID POWER ......................................................122

PAVEMENT RECYCLERS/BAGELA USA ................78

ODESSA TX 03/21........................................134

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

PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ..............................5,19

ATLANTIC CITY NJ 04/04-07 ......................139

GEHL PAVER ..........................................................92

PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ................................118 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC

PROVIDENCE RI 04/13 ..............................141

GEHL SKID STEER ..............................................105

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

GEORGE & SWEDE SALES ..................................38

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

GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP

N FRANKLIN CT 03/21-23 ..........................135 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC

AMERICAN EQUIPMENT LLC ................................54

MARYLAND AUCTION 03/23 ......................137

AUCTION CALENDAR 03/30 ......................138

ASPHALT CARE EQUIPMENT ................................86

GOMACO CORP ......................................................92

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

BARGAINS ............................................................124

GSE&E GARDEN STATE ENGINE & EQUIPMENT 34

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

BASIC EQUIPMENT ................................................94

H & L TOOTH CO ....................................................49

PRO-TEC ................................................................48

BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ....................................17,85

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

PUCKETT EQUIPMENT ..........................................94

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

HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL ........................18

RANSOME CAT ........................................................2

BOBCAT COMPANY ..............................................119

HARTER EQUIPMENT INC ....................................12

RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ..........................144

BOMAG ....................................................................93

HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............103

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ............................69

BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT CO..........44

HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT INC ..................................29

ROSCO MFG CO ....................................................97

BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..................37

HUNYADY AUCTION CO

RUDD EQUIPMENT ................................................43

CALEDONIA DIESEL LLC ......................................54

BLAIRSVILLE PA 04/17 ................................141

CAT AUCTION SERVICES ....................................131

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..........107

SHAWMUT EQUIPMENT CO INC ..........................47

CEG SCALE MODELS ............................................45

IRON PLANET ......................................................133

SHORQUIP SUPPLY INC ........................................33

CLASSIFIED ..........................................................125

J D EQUIPMENT ....................................................52

SOUTHEASTERN EQUIPMENT CORP ..................58

CLASSIFIED ..........................................................126

JCB INC ..................................................................117

STAGE 8 LOCKING FASTENERS ..........................48

CLAYTON BLOCK & SUPPLY ................................30

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

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

CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO ......26,78

JFW EQUIPMENT INC ............................................99

STU HARRIS ........................................................127

CONSTRUCTION CRANE & TRACTOR INC......76,77

JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ..................................114

TAKEUCHI ..............................................................66

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE 53,68,74,108

K-M INTERNATIONAL ............................................86

TEREX COMPACT ................................................111

COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC ................52

KING OF PRUSSIA EQUIPMENT CORP ................99

TEREX LOADER BACKHOES ................................69

CREAN EQUIPMENT ............................................122

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ............................64,101

TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ..........................15

DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT ............24

KUBOTA ................................................................121

TRAMAC

DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................51

KUBOTA SVL ..........................................................115

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ........................35

DEANCO AUCTION & REAL ESTATE

KUHN EQUIPMENT SALES INC ............................55

TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ............................59

LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC ....................104

TRENCHTECH ........................................................39

DITCH WITCH ........................................................110

LBX

UTILITY AUCTIONS INC

DOMINICS EQUIPMENT ........................................69

LEEBOY ..................................................................91

WILMINGTON DE 04/26 ..............................141

DONEGAL HYDRAULICS ........................................92

MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS ..............................87

VOLVO COMPACTION ............................................79

DYNAPAC ................................................................81

MESSICK’S ..............................................................24

VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA............72

E W SLEEPER CO INC ........................................123

METSO MINERALS SCREENING ........................109

WANTED ................................................................127

EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ........123,143

MIDLANTIC MACHINERY ......................................13

WEACO ....................................................................34

EDWARD EHRBAR INC ............................................6

MIKE ZYNDORF LLC ..............................................40

WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ............................44

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ....................................51,83

MILTON CAT ............................................................24

WILSON AUCTION

EOP

....................................................................123

MINNICH MANUFACTURING ................................78

MIDLANTIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION 03/23 137

EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ......................41

MUNICIBID.COM ..................................................138

WIRTGEN AMERICA ..............................................89

ERRICKSON EQUIPMENT INC ..............................62

NORTH AMERICAN TRAFFIC ................................52

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

ESCO CORP ..........................................................110

NORTRAX ................................................................57

YANMAR AMERICA ................................................71

PHILADELPHIA MS 03/27-28 ......................138

......................................................................113

SAKAI AMERICA INC

............................................95

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