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The Cat 374D digs one of the new 30-ft. underground pump stations as part of the all-new underground stormwater drainage system.
Ransome CAT Holds a “1-Day Sales Event”…14
More Than 200 Attend JCB Northland’s Open House… 44
Superstorm Sandy Repairs Continue With Rt. 35 By Lori Lovely CEG CORRESPONDENT
Oil & Gas Expo Features Educational Seminars…88
Table of Contents ............4 Paving Section ..........55-69
When Superstorm Sandy hit the New Jersey shoreline on Oct. 29, 2012, it ravaged many communities with its hurricane-force winds, pounding rain and record storm surges along the coast. New Jersey’s state highway system along Route 35 from Point Pleasant Beach to Island Beach State Park in Ocean County was particu-
larly devastated by the unprecedented conditions. The storm surge washed entirely across the peninsula from ocean to bay in three locations, breaching three sections of the highway. In addition to destroying much of the highway, the storm undermined and moved concrete slabs and ruined much of the under-
to be rebounding in many parts of the country,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “Declines in federal spending likely depressed construction employment near Washington, while of the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy may be having an impact on construction employment in metro areas in New Jersey.”
JCB achieved its third most profitable year in its 68-year history in 2013, the company announced. Earnings stood at $529 million on an EBITDA basis (2012: $616 million) on turnover of $4.53 billion (2012: $4.56 billion). JCB’s machine sales stood at 66,227 (2012: 69,250). “The global market for construction equipment was more challenging throughout 2013, but I am delighted that, despite difficult market conditions, JCB delivered a strong performance and achieved the third highest profit in its history,” said JCB Chairman Lord Bamford. “Turnover remained virtually unchanged year-on-year, but volume and earnings were adversely affected by a slowdown in emerging markets, notably India, where JCB has a strong presence. This was further compounded by adverse currency movements in some economies. “Turnover growth in the UK, Middle East and Africa
see EMPLOYMENT page 124
see JCB page 124
Air Compressors, Construction employment expanded Jersey. Generators & Light “Construction employment appears Towers Section ........73-80 in 220 metro areas, declined in 70 and Parts Section ................116 Auction Section....120-140 Business Calendar ......134 Advertisers Index ........138
see SANDY page 94
JCB Delivers Third Highest Profit Ever
Construction Employment Increases in 220 Metro Areas was stagnant in 49 between April 2013 and April 2014, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released May 27 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials noted that federal spending cutbacks on government facilities and Hurricane Sandy reconstruction were contributing to job losses around Washington, D.C. and New
ground drainage system. Sinkholes formed where the roadway, sidewalk and storm drain inlets collapsed, further disrupting underground
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40 LIE’S $9.5M RESURFACING JOB BEGINS IN WESTERN NASSAU NYSDOT announced construction began to resurface more than 4 mi. (6.4 km) of the Long Island Expressway (LIE/I-495) in western Nassau County.
42 SCRANTON ART STUDIO ASKS RESIDENTS TO MAKE POTHOLE ART With a little creativity, one Scranton art company thinks that gaping hole of pavement could be a Barbie doll’s pool, a miniature fishing hole, a pint-sized construction site or anything else you can dream up to fill the space.
42 GROFF TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT HOSTS ANNUAL MUNICIPAL DAY IN EBENSBURG
Case Construction Equipment brought the Dire States tour to Washington D.C. for Infrastructure Week 2014, a series of events designed to “explore emerging solutions, innovative approaches and best practices being developed nationwide to modernize aging infrastructure.”
Groff Tractor and Equipment Inc. hosted its annual Municipal Day at the Ebensburg, Pa., location. The event on May 16 featured exhibits from several Groff Tractor equipment vendors as well as a BBQ luncheon.
CASE BRINGS DIRE STATES TOUR TO WASHINGTON D.C.
14 RANSOME CAT HOLDS ‘1-DAY SALES EVENT’ IN BENSALEM, PA.
48 SHA USES ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY PAVEMENT SYSTEM
The event, which ran from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., allowed long-time and new customers to take advantage of deals on new, used and rental fleet rollout equipment.
Supporting mobility and minimizing environmental impacts, the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) is installing pervious pavement systems at two park and ride lots in Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties.
22 PENNSYLVANIA811 HOLDS SAFETY DAYS
121 IRONPLANET PARTNERS WITH VERITREAD
More than 500 attendees piled through the doors for a day filled with vendors and seminars. The day ended with a complimentary lunch provided by the sponsors and a game of Jeopardy.
VeriTread is fully integrated with IronPlanet’s equipment inspection reports, giving transportation providers all of the details necessary to make accurate quotes.
28 WATTERS SET TO HELP AED REACH NEW HEIGHTS IN 2014 Adventurer, entrepreneur, adapter, volunteer, rock music fan, former teacher, and agent of change, Tim Watters is AED’s 2014 Chairman, and he’s ready to help the association soar to new heights and shift into its next era of serving all of its members.
36 MIKE ANDERSON PROMOTED AT HOFFMAN
For more than 11 years, Anderson has been overseeing domestic sales and marketing efforts for all of Hoffman’s locations.
38 CURRY SUPPLY EARNS ASME CERTIFICATE OF
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126 CAS HOLDS WELL-ATTENDED SALE IN SCRANTON A number of machines up for sale were TA-1 inspected and many were either eligible or included extended protection plans (EPPs). In addition, Cat Finance and Cat Commercial Accounts staff was on site to assist customers.
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Case Brings Dire States Tour to Washington D.C. Case Construction defunct” as America’s infraEquipment brought the Dire structure to raise awareness States tour to Washington to the issue. Moving forD.C. for Infrastructure Week ward, Dire States will work 2014, a series of events on specific initiatives designed to “explore emergthroughout the country ing solutions, innovative aimed at bolstering local approaches and best pracinfrastructure development. tices being developed “That was an important nationwide to modernize part of our time in aging infrastructure.” Held Washington D.C. — identiMay 12 to 16, the weeklong fying new ways that we can events were planned and energize the discussion at the organized by a coalition of local level while also suporganizations that includes porting the need to fix the the Metropolitan Policy Highway Trust Fund,” said of Dire States meet Program at Brookings, the Representatives Brian Weisbaum, project with Sen. Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma durU.S. Chamber of ing Infrastructure Week 2014 to discuss Author and infrastructure expert Dan McNichol (L) shows Thomas manager of Dire States and president and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, “Mrs. Commerce, the National the MAP-21 Reauthorization Act. (L-R) Donohue, Martin” — the ’49 Hudson that McNichol circumnavigated the coun- dealer marketing manager, Association of are Dan McNichol, Inhofe and Brian try in to advocate for infrastructure development as part of the Dire Case Construction Manufacturers (NAM), Weisbaum. Equipment. “State and local States tour. Building America’s Future governments can compleand the Council on Competitiveness. The national level to enact a bill that ensures that way projects. National Infrastructure Week ment federal funding with initiatives of their week coincided with the rollout of the U.S. the Highway Trust Fund remains funded,” reflects that spirit and has helped amplify the own to not only maintain the existing infraSenate’s Committee on Environment & said Jim Hasler, vice president — Case groundswell of support for infrastructure structure that is in place, but also take it to Public Works’ MAP-21 Reauthorization Act Construction Equipment, North America. funding and development.” the next level and build infrastructure that The first wave of the Dire States tour fea- has a positive impact on the community.” and the U.S. Chamber’s Business Plan for “It’s equally important that we work with and identify new methods for state and local tured author and infrastructure expert Dan (This story also can be found on Infrastructure. “Enacting long-term federal funding is governments to fund important transporta- McNichol traveling the country in a ’49 Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at critical and we support these efforts on a tion, public works, energy, utility and high- Hudson that is as “old, rusty and energy www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Major Construction Work Resurfacing Work to Begin on Resumes on SI Expressway NY Route 25/Sunrise Highway New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) Regional Director Sonia Pichardo announced that major construction has resumed on two projects that will significantly improve the Staten Island Expressway (SIE/I-278). Both projects, which are between Victory Boulevard and Fingerboard Road, are designed to enhance safety and improve traffic flow while upgrading bridge and pavement conditions. “These projects will improve traffic flow and reduce delays along the Staten Island Expressway,” Pichardo said. Construction operations have started for the $114 million Bus/HOV Extension project. The contractor, CCA Inc. of Jersey City, N.J., has fully mobilized crews to perform work on the north side of the SIE between Renwick and Victory Boulevard. They will be widening the shoulder, placing noise walls, installing
new drainage, and resurfacing the pavement while also performing work in the median on the Slosson Avenue, Manor Road and Renwick bridges. Work is expected to be completed by spring of 2015. Work on the Slosson Avenue westbound entrance ramp to the SIE has been completed. Also this season, contractor Laquila Group Inc. of Brooklyn will be completing the $78 million Access Improvement project, extending from Fingerboard Road to Clove Road. The project is scheduled to be completed this year. The bulk of the remaining work will be contained to the service road area and the Hylan Boulevard overpass. Work on the Fingerboard Road overpass has been completed. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) Commissioner Joan McDonald announced construction is set to begin on a $5.4 million project to resurface 3.2 mi. (5 km) of N.Y. Route 27/Sunrise Highway in the Town of Babylon, Suffolk County between the Nassau/Suffolk border and North Monroe Avenue in Lindenhurst. The project includes removing the worn top layer of pavement from all eastbound and westbound N.Y. Route 27/Sunrise Highway travel lanes, making needed base repairs, and then resurfacing the roadway with new asphalt overlay and new pavement markings. Crews will clean and repair drainage as needed and make minor sidewalk improvements to meet American with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. The repaving work is expected to begin this summer and will be performed in stages on shorter sections of N.Y. Route 27/Sunrise Highway during off-peak, nighttime hours
between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. At least one travel lane will remain open at all times. “Under the leadership of Gov. Cuomo we are restoring Long Island roadways to smoother, safer conditions after this unusually harsh winter caused damage to many Long Island roadways,” Commissioner McDonald said. “With off-peak, nighttime construction, we are putting drivers first, ensuring roadwork disruptions are kept to a minimum, and providing a more enjoyable ride for the more than 50,000 drivers who use this section of Sunrise Highway each day.” The project is being performed by Posillico Civil Inc. of Farmingdale, N.Y., under contract with NYSDOT and is scheduled to be completed in spring 2015. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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2011 CAT CB-434D, CNH01272, Stk #: VCNH1272; 221 Hours ......................................$89,000
2010 CAT 12M, S/N: B9F715, 479 Hours; 14' moldboard, EROPS, AC ..........$295,000
ASPHALT / PAVERS / CONCRETE EQUIPMENT 2010 ROADTEC RX900, RX900=4 244, Stk #: RX900-4 X 244; 1,551 Hours; Contact Pat Paolella, @ 201-440-3961....................................................$395,000 COMPACTORS - SMOOTH DRUM 2011 CAT CB54, JLM00326, Stk #: VJLM326; 2,598 Hours; DRUM: EXTRA WIDE, SYSTEM: VERSA-VIBE (XW), LIGHTS: WORKING, LIGHTS: NIGHTTIME OPERATION, LIGHTS: HIGH INTENSITY, LIGHT: ROTATING BEACON........$78,000 2011 CAT CB-434D, CNH01270, Stk #: VCNH1270; 193 Hours............$89,000 2011 CAT CS56, C5S01529, Stk #: RCC5S1529; 862 Hours; EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, *SCRAPER: STEEL, *TIRES, FLOTATION, 8PR, *SEAT GP-MTG&, *INSTRUCTIONS: NORTH AMERICAN ....................................................$137,000 DOZERS - CRAWLER 2007 CAT D3G XL, JMH02718; Stk #: RCJMH2718; 891 Hours....................Call 2011 CAT D3K LGP, LLL01104; Stk #: RCLLL1104; 649 Hours; OROPS$82,000 2005 CAT D5G LGP, RKG01629, Stk #: RKG1629; 7,260 Hours; New link assemblies and sprockets. Shoes and rollers 50-55% remaining. Blade assembly repaired. New hoses., EROPS, AIR..............................................................$68,000 2012 CAT D6K LGP, DHA01846; Stk #: VDHA1846; 1,440 Hours; EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, BLADE: PAT, AUX. HYDRAULICS, PRODUCT LINK ........$172,000 2011 CAT D6K LGP, DHA01637, Stk #: VDHA1637; 1,043 Hours; EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, BLADE: PAT, AUX. HYDRAULICS, PRODUCT LINK ........$165,000 2008 CAT D6K XL, FBH00782, Stk #: RCFBH782; 1,630 Hours; EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS ..............................................$129,000 2012 CAT D6N LGP, PBA00454, Stk #: RCPBA454; 1,944 Hours........$245,000 2012 CAT D6N LGP, PBA00525, Stk #: RCPBA525; 1,979 Hours; EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, BLADE: PAT ..............................................................................Call 2008 CAT D6N XL, DJA01001; Stk #: RCDJA1001; 1,151 Hours ........$210,000 2011 CAT D6T LGP, ZJB00161; Stk #: RCZJB161; 1,664 Hours; Accugrade ready., EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, BLADE: S, AUX. HYD, DIFF STEER..$315,000 EXCAVATORS - CRAWLER 2008 CAT 307D, DSG00122; Stk #: 08M0109; 439 Hours; AIR CONDITIONER, BLADE: LEVELING, STICK: LONG, COUPLER: QUICK, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, *307D HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, *CAB ....................................................$79,000 2012 CAT 308E CR SB, GBJ00482, Stk #: 11M0460; 1,350 Hours; From Dealer's Rental Fleet, *308E CR SB HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, *CAB: ROPS, *SEAT, H-BACK, AIR SUSP, HEATED, *BELT, SEAT ....................................$88,000
2010 CAT M315D, Stk #: 10M0033; 2,003 Hours; VA, STICK, 8' 6", TIRES: MITAS 10.00-20 DUAL, LINES: MPF VA BOOM, LINES, HPF/HAM, 8'6" STICK, LINES, MPF, 8'6" STICK, LINES, HPF/HAMMER ..$160,000
2011 CAT 320DL, SPN00659, Stk #: 13U0031; 3,375 Hours; Coupler lines only. NO COUPLER. From Dealer's Rental Fleet, AIR CONDITIONER, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS ..........................................................................................$139,000 2010 CAT 336DL, W3K01179, Stk #: VW3K1179; 3,718 Hours ..........$230,000 2008 CAT 345CL, PJW02090, Stk #: PJW2090; 2,552 Hours; AIR CONDITIONER, STICK: MEDIUM, COUPLER: QUICK, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, *PEDAL: STRAIGHT TRAVEL, STICK: 12' 10" ........................................................$299,000 EXCAVATORS - MINI (UP TO 12,000 LBS) 2012 CAT 303.5D CR, RHP01467, Stk #: 11M0295; 334 Hours; CONSISTING OF:, 305.5D CR MINI HYD EXCAVATOR, CONTROL: PATTERN CHANGER, CAB: WITH AIR CONDITIONER, HYDRAULICS: 2-WAY AUXILIARY....................$46,000 2012 CAT 305D CR, XER01779, Stk #: 12M0143; 908 Hours; Rental Fleet Machine, *305D CR MINI HYD EXCAVATOR, *CONTROL: PATTERN CHANGER, *CAB: WITH AIR CONDITIONER, *HYDRAULICS: 2-WAY AUX..................$48,000 FORKLIFTS - TELESCOPIC 2013 CAT TL1255C, DHW00471; 12,000 lb Capacity; 1,100 Hours; 142 hp; 2013 TL1255 with 1100hrs, enclosed cab with A/C, outriggers, foam filled tires, road lights, Tier 4 ....................................................................................$142,000 2013 DIECI HERCULES 120.10, Stk #: 13R0033; 26,400 lb Capacity; 136 Hours; 144 hp; 4WD Drive, Max Lift at Max Height 15,500lbs ................$226,000 2013 DIECI HERCULES 210.10, 46,200 lb Capacity; 330 Hours; 196 hp; 4WD Drive, Max Lift at Max Height 32,000lbs Max Lift Height 33ft..................$348,000
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OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCKS 2011 CAT 730, B1M03173, Stk #: VB1M3173; 1,592 Hours ................$330,000 2009 CAT 740, B1P04943, Stk #: B1P4943; 3,943 Hours; EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, PRODUCT LINK, ROLL ON-ROLL OFF, EXHAUST: PIPING, CD/RADIO: HEAVY DUTY, AID: COLD WEATHER STARTING ......................................$389,000 2008 CAT 740, B1P03290, Stk #: B1P3290; 12,122 Hours; Extensive work done on truck. Dump cylinders, final drives etc. Work order history available, MANUAL, ENGLISH, ADDITIONAL............................................................................$185,000 2004 CAT 773E, BDA00567, Stk #: BDA567; 14,728 Hours; LINER, BODY, DUAL SLOPE, BODY, DUAL SLOPE, CANOPY INST., AIR CONDITIONER, FUEL SYSTEM: FAST FILL, TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM ............................................$375,000 SKID STEERS 2011 CAT 246C, JAY06187, Stk #: 11M0203; 307 Hours; From Dealer's Rental Fleet Almost New Tires., INSTRUCTIONS, ANSI, NACD, CONVERSION ARRANGEMENT, QUICK COUPLER: MANUAL, ROPS................................................$36,500 2011 CAT 256C, DWS01890, Stk #: 11M0204; 187 Hours; Rental Fleet Machine, INSTRUCTIONS, ANSI, NACD, CONVERSION ARRANGEMENT, BELT, SEAT, 2", QUICK COUPLER: HYDRAULIC..................................................................$38,000 2011 CAT 272C, RED02179, Stk #: RED2179; 549 Hours; New GP Bucket. Solid tires 50%, some chunking., EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, BUCKET, COUPLER: HYDRAULIC, BELT, SEAT, 2", QUICK COUPLER ........................................$36,000 2008 CAT 297C, GCP00757, Stk #: GCP757; 3,371 Hours; CONVERSION ARRANGEMENT, INSTRUCTIONS, ANSI, NACD, SEAT BELT: 2", ENGINE: TIER II COMPLIANT, QUICK COUPLER: HYDRAULIC, ROPS ................................$42,000 WHEEL LOADERS 2010 CAT 906H, SDH00791, Stk #: VSDH791; 1,523 Hours; EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, COUPLER: QUICK, FORKS ......................................................$73,000 2013 CAT 930K, RHN01370; Stk #: RCRHN1370; 105 Hours; EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, RIDE CONTROL, COUPLER: QUICK, 3RD VALVE ..................$185,000 2007 CAT 938G II, CRD02458, Stk #: RCCRD2458; 6,364 Hours ................Call 2007 CAT 980H, Stk #: JMS2831; 11,940 Hours; Tires poor 10%. New paint, Good maintenance, CAMERA: REAR VISION, HEATER, ENGINE COOLANT, 120V, CORD: ENGINE COOLANT HEATER..........................................................$175,000 2004 CAT 988G, BNH01131; Stk #: BNH1131; 18,228 Hours; LIGHTS: STANDARD, LIGHTS: CAB, ICTC GROUP: WITH HOUSING, FAST FUEL SYSTEM/HEATER: SHAW, RIDE CONTROL, NO SUPPRESSION..............$179,000
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1997 JCB 215 SERIES 3, 3415 hrs, 100 HP, cab, heat, extendahoe, 4wd, 1.3 cu. yd. ldr bkt, w/24” backhoe bkt ................................$19,500
2004 Kubota L48, 2266 Hrs, 48HP, TLB, rops canopy, 4wd, 72” loader bkt, w/24” and 12” backhoe bkt ..........................................$23,000
2005 DEERE 120C, 4500 hrs, 28,800 lb, 90HP, cab, climate control w/ac, am/fm stereo, and a 36” bkt ........................................$55,000
Used Deals You’ll Dig! EXCAVATORS 2001 Gehl 153, 2,979 hrs, 3,800 lb, 23.7 HP, canopy, straight blade, 16” and 12” bucket ................................$11,250 2003 Kubota KX161, 6,838 hrs, 11,500 lb, 47 HP, cab, heat, a/c, blade, hyd. thumb ..................................SOLD $22,000 2010 Kubota KX121, 726 hrs, 9,600 lb, 40.5 HP, cab, heat, a/c, angle blade, plumbed ..............................................$38,900 2011 Kobelco 70SR, 1,106 hrs, 17,000 lb, 55 HP, cab, heat, a/c, short radius, angle blade, plumbed, 30” bkt............$66,000 2011 Kubota KX080, 1,550 hrs, 19,000 lb, 66 HP, cab, heat, a/c, angle blade, hyd. Thumb, 30” bkt............................$72,500 2005 Deere 120C, 4,500 Hrs, 28,800 lb, 90 HP, cab, climate control with a/c, am/fm stereo, 36” bkt ..........................$55,000 2009 Kobelco 140SR, 1,162 hrs, 32,000 lb, 94 HP, cab, heat, a/c, short radius, plumbed, 36” bkt ......................$78,000 2012 Kobelco SK210LC-9, 575 hrs, 50,500 lb, 150HP, cab, heat, a/c, plumbed, 42” bkt, rear view camera..............$168,900 BACKHOES 1997 JCB 215 Series 3, 3,415 hrs, 100 HP, cab, heat, extendahoe, 4wd, 1.3 cu. yd. ldr bkt, w/24” backhoe bkt ......$19,500 2004 Kubota L48, 2,266 hrs, 48HP, rops canopy, 4wd, 72” ldr bkt, w/24” and 12” backhoe bkt ................................$23,000 1999 Deere 310SE, 5,000 hrs, 88 HP, cab, heat, 4wd, 1.3 cu. Yd. ldr bucket w/24” backhoe bucket ............................$23,500 2011 Kubota M59TLB-V, 919 hrs, 59HP, sims steel cab, heat, 4wd, 84” ldr bkt, w/24” backhoe bkt, hyd. thumb..$48,500 2011 Deere 310SJ, 573 hrs, 92HP, cab, heat, a/c, extendahoe, 4wd, 1.3 cu. Yd. bkt, w/24” backhoe bkt ................$84,500 2011 Deere 410J, 536 hrs, 106HP, cab, heat, a/c, extendahoe, 4wd, 1.5 cu. Yd. bkt, w/24” backhoe bkt ................$92,400 SKID STEERS, COMPACT TRACK LOADERS & ATTACHMENTS 2005 Deere 325, 1,950 hrs, 70 HP, cab, heater box, wheeled skid steer, 2,500 lb lift capacity at 50%..........................$16,000 2007 New Holland C185, 1,955 hrs, 78 HP, cab, tracked skid steer, 2,500 lb lift capacity at 50%..........................$19,500 2004 New Holland LS190B, 559 hrs, 81 HP, cab, heat, wheeled skid steer, 2,800 lb lift cap ..............................$26,990 2011 Gehl CTL85, 411 hrs, 92 HP, cab, heat, a/c, tracked skid steer, 3,500 lb lift cap ............................................$50,000 2011 Kubota SVL90, 525 hrs, 92 HP, cab, heat, tracked skid steer, 3,300 lb lift cap ....................................................$47,000 Bradco 611, Front mount, skid steer, backhoe attachment, 24” bkt ....................................................................................$6,250 TELEHANDLERS 2010 Gehl CT7-23, 303 hrs, 101 HP, 7,000 lb lift capacity, Telehandler/Forklift, great diversity ................................$65,000
FOUR WHEEL DRIVE LOADERS 2010 Kawasaki 65TMV-2, 853 hrs, 2.5 cu yds bucket, 149 HP, cab, heat, a/c, ride control, heated mirrors ............$146,000 2011 Kawasaki 70TMV-2, 725 hrs, 3.4 cu yds bucket, 174 HP, cab, heat, a/c, ride control, heated mirrors ............$163,500 2006 Kawasaki 90ZV-2, 1,191 hrs, 5.8 cu yds bucket, 275 HP, cab heat, a/c, limited slip differential ....................$172,000 DOZERS CRAWLER LGP, 568 hrs, 70HP, cab, heat, a/c, 115” 2012 Deere 450J angle blade, 24” tracks, 3 function control ....................$95,600 2012 Deere 650K LGP, 827 cab, heat, a/c, 128” hrs, 99HP, angle blade, 28” tracks, 3 function control ..................$135,800
COMPACTION 2002 Ingersoll Rand DD24, 2,249 hrs, 2.5 ton, 32 HP, 47” double drum vibratory asphalt roller, water system ........$14,750 2002 Ingersoll Rand DD30, 2,300 hrs, 3 ton, 44 HP, 52” double drum vibratory asphalt roller, watery system ......$15,995 2010 Dynapac LP8504, 184 hrs, radio remote controlled trench compactor, 192 pads, 31hz vibratory frequency ..$22,100 2008 Dynapac CC142, 441 hrs, 4 ton, 46 HP, 51” tandem double asphalt roller, auto water control ........................$29,500 2009 Dynapac CC424, 798 hrs, 11 ton, 110 HP, 68” double drum asphalt roller, auto water control ..........................$75,000 2010 Dynapac CA250D-II, 622 hrs, 12 ton, 110 HP, 84” single smooth drum roller, limited slip axle........................$73,750 2009 Dynapac CC224, 403 hrs, 8.5 ton, 80HP, 59” double drum asphalt roller, auto water control ..........................$79,000 TRACTORS & WOODS EQUIPMENT 2005 Kubota B2630, 1,788 hrs, 26HP, 4WD tractor w/loader, r4 industrial tires, 3 point hitch, rear pto..........................$7,500 2009 Kubota L4400, 391 hrs, 45HP, 4WD tractor w/loader, r4 industrial tires, 3 point hitch, rear pto........................$20,000 MISC. EQUIPMENT & ATTACHMENTS Kubota Canopy, Brand new black Kubota plastic canopy kit for RTV 400/500..................................................................$216 Kubota Canopy, Brand new black Kubota plastic canopy kit for RTV 900 ........................................................................$240 Landpride LR1572, New landpride 72” rake ..................$699 Landpride RB3596, new rear blade w/skid shoes and end plates................................................................................$1,200 Gehl GH25, Used 2.5 yard bucket for gehl ct723 ..........$2,500 DAN00 The Beak, Skid steer grapple/thumb................$3,250 APS1572 72” Seeder, New Landpride 72” seeder box, rear packer roller assembly with scraper bundle ....................$6,260 Coneqtec APIII600HD, Used cold planer asphalt grinder, 24” drum ..............................................................................$15,000
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Ransome CAT Holds ‘1-Day Sales Event’ in Bensalem, Pa.
All types of Caterpillar equipment, including skid steers, excavators, backhoes, dozers and more, were available for sale at Ransome CAT’s 1-Day Sales Event held recently in Bensalem, Pa.
ansome CAT held a 1-Day Sales Event May 15 in Bensalem, Pa.
The event, which ran from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., allowed longtime and new customers to take advantage of deals on new, used and rental fleet rollout equipment.
While looking for great deals on Caterpillar equipment, guests also enjoyed a complimentary lunch buffet. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) see RANSOME page 114
(L-R): Marty Lindmeier and Wayne Martin, both of Ransome CAT, and Michael Bartsch of B & J Excavating Inc., Downingtown, Pa., meet up at the one-day sale.
Looking over a Rammax trench roller are Kevin Sauler (L) of H T Sweeney & Son Inc. and Ransome CAT’s Jim Cohill.
(L-R): Jonathan Wise of J Wise & Company, Reading, Pa., and his son, Clayton, look to close a deal on some equipment with Jason Fischer of Ransome CAT at the 1-Day Sales Event.
A Caterpillar DK5 sold during the one-day sale.
Jim Long of Jimmy’s Tree & Landscape, Philadelphia, Pa., is interested in this Caterpillar 226B2 skid steer.
SOLD — a Caterpillar 430E backhoe found an owner during the one-day sale.
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New Fontaine Velocity Steel Drop Decks, 48’x102”, Air ride Spread, Bulkhead and Winches
New Talbert and Etnyre 65 Ton Wide Spread Capable Lowboys IN STOCK
New East walking floors, 48' long x 102" x 13', spring suspension; Keith walking floor installed. Also available, used aluminum refuse trailer.
New East Beast Aluminum Flatbeds, 48’x102” Air Ride Spread, Coil Pkg Sliding Winches, Alum. Wheels
New Manac 87 Cu. Yd. Hardox 450 Steel Dumps, 40'x102"x100" single point susp., barn door, 11R245 tires
2013 Manac Steel Single Drop Extendables, 53’-71’ x 102”, Air, Tri-Axle Suspension, Center Axle Lift, 8 Hole Steel Disc Wheels
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New Fontaine & Talbert Dropside 55 & 60 Ton Lowboys, 26' Deck, 22.5 Wheels, Air-Ride/ Air Lift and Modular Available
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1982 P&H Omega T450, 106’+43’, Block, Ball, LSI, Current OSHA, Detroit 6V53T, 4x8, 13-Spd Transmission, stk7411 ............................$53,500
2006 National 14127, 127’ Boom, PAT LMI, 2-Spd Winch, Glide Swing, SFO, Calib for Jib, Sterling LT9513, MBE4000, stk7865 ............$POR
2005 Link Belt HTC8690, 140’+58’, 45T 3 Shv Block, Swivel Ball, Drum Rollers, Detroit 60 445HP, Jake Brake, ABS Brakes, Air Ride, stk7268 ..............................................................$449,500
2001 Komatsu PC120-6, 36” Dig Bkt, 60” Tilt Bkt, Hydraulic Thumb, Allied Plate Compactor, 5560 Hrs, stk7614 ............................................$42,900
1983 LInk-Belt HC218A, 160’ Boom, Block, Ball, Radio ATB System, 3-Stage Converter, Front Bumper & A/B Ctwts, 15-Spd Fuller, stk7624 ........ ..............................................................$109,500
2002 Link Belt LS308HII, 110’ Boom, Base Lifting Device, Pile Driver Attachment, 20T Swvl Hkball, 20t 1-Shv Q/R Hkblk, stk5218 ..........$POR
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2012 National 8100D, 22” SD Wood Bed, SFO, Air Shift PTO, 100’ 4-Sect Boom, 44’ Jib, Intl IH7500 330HP, Jake Brake, Trailer Pkg, stk6888 ......$POR
2013 Merlo P65.14, 45’ Lift Height, 14,600 lb. lift capacity, Hydrstat Trans, Heated Cab w/AC, Frame Leveling, Boom Side Shift ............................$POR
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2013 Maeda MC285-2, Remote Control, 6210 lb. Capacity, 28” Lift Height, 8’-28’ Five-Section Boom, Yanmar Diesel & Electric, stk7330 ....$POR
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Your New Ditch Witch De from Delawa aler re Massachuse to tts! 2007 BOMAG BW213DH-40 S/N# 7091L, 2243 HOURS, 84” DRUM DIRT ROLLER, AVAILABLE FOR RENT OR SALE, $65,000
2011 JOHN DEERE 329D COMPACT TRACK LOADER, S/N# 196630A1, 1100 HRS, DELUXE CAB, EH JOYSTICK CONTROLS, POWER QUICK TACH, CHROME EXHAUST, 2ND SET OF COUNTERWEIGHTS, RADIO, 84” BUCKET, $44,000
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2009 JOHN DEERE 410J WHEEL LOADER BACKHOE, S/N T0410JX177521, 4793 HRS, MULTI-PURPOSE LOADER BUCKET W/ COUPLER, NO BACKHOE BUCKET, TIRES 30% LIFE LEFT, CAB W/ HEAT AND AIR, RIDE CONTROL, $61,000
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Pennsylvania811 Holds Safety Days Outside Philadelphia Pennsylvania811 Safety Days was held on May 8 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pa. More than 500 attendees piled through the doors for a day filled with vendors and seminars. The day ended with a complimentary lunch provided by the sponsors and a game of Jeopardy. Sessions included: • how to look up tickets and how to respond; • a discussion from OSHA representatives on construction safety; • a locating demonstration for temporary marking color code;
• a “when shovel meets dirt” demonstration; and • a gas safety presented by PECO. UGI Utilities also discussed the challenges with cross bore and legislation. Two additional events will be held in Pennsylvania for Dig 811 — one in central Pennsylvania at the York Expo Center on June 18 and another in western Pennsylvania on Sept. 10 at the Monroeville Convention Center. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Pennsylvania811 Safety Days was held on May 8 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pa. Two additional events will be held in other parts of the state.
Plasterer Equipment Co. had a big crowd helping out at the show. (L-R) are Jim Sagl, Rich Campagna, Eric Parker, Greg Chomyn and Frank Raus.
Jim Lutz (L) and Chris Bair of Eagle Power & Equipment pose in front of a Case 580 Super N.
A Plasterer Equipment Co. sales representative shows a customer how to work the controls.
The day ended with a complimentary lunch provided by the sponsors and a game of Jeopardy.
Norris Sales Company Inc. Territory Manager Dave Spedding (L) and Sales Representative Richie McAuliffe are ready to answer questions.
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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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Tim and Patty Watters have three daughters: Kelly, 23 (second from left) is a freshman in a landscape architecture masters program at the University of Minnesota; Grace, 21 (center, pictured a few years ago on high school graduation day) is now a junior at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania studying chemical engineering; and Laura, 19, is a freshman at Loyola College in Baltimore.
Watters Set to Help AED Reach New Heights in 2014 There’s an ancient legend from the times of the Aztecs about the origins of Pico de Orizaba, the highest mountain in Mexico — according to pre-Hispanic Olmec mythology, Orizaba was an eagle spirit that formed the 18,000-foot-high volcano. But one of the mountain’s very recent climbers didn’t hike to the summit to pay homage to the hot-tempered god — instead, Tim Watters is something of a free spirit himself, and scales tall mountains for the fun of it. Adventurer, entrepreneur, adapter, volunteer, rock music fan, former teacher, and agent of change, Watters is AED’s 2014 Chairman, and he’s ready to help the association soar to new heights and shift into its next era of serving all of its members. During an inaugural ceremony at the AED Summit in Houston on Friday, Jan. 17, former AED Chairman Dennis Kruepke installed Watters as the association’s 96th chief volunteer leader. Watters is the president of Hoffman Equipment based in Piscataway, N.J. The multiline, five-branch dealership serves contractors in New Jersey, Southern New York State including New York City and Long Island. The company represents Case Construction Equipment at three locations, Doosan and JCB at two, and all five stores offer Manitowoc (including the Grove brand), Atlas Copco, and Terex trucks. He’s
the third generation owner of the 80-year-old family company that has, itself, transformed many times to adapt to changing market conditions — in fact, Hoffman Equipment didn’t begin at all in construction equipment; that chapter wasn’t written till the 1980s. But we’ll get to the history a bit later. Today, the company employs 80 people and runs very lean, Watters says, but the culture feels like family. “We must be doing something right, because we have a lot of alumni — people who may leave for whatever reason, and alot of them come back,” he said. Watters’ involvement with AED goes back about 25 years. He joined Hoffman Equipment in 1985 while his dad, Joe Watters, was president, and a few years later, as he took on more responsibility as sales manager, Tim found that AED’s annual meeting was a must-attend event — and he hasn’t missed one since. He became the association’s Northeast regional director in 2007, serving a threeterm, and then accepted Kruepke’s invitation to “join the chairs” of AED officers, moving through the ranks as vice president, senior vice president, then vice chairman, before assuming his role this year in the top seat. And AED isn’t the only recipient of his volunteer leadership. Watters is serving a three-year term that began last spring on the board of the National Commission for the
Certification of Crane Operators. He’s also the chairman and chief volunteer officer on the board for his own community’s YMCA in Red Bank, N.J. Top Jobs Watters spent the second half of 2013 leading another somewhat historic project for AED, chairing a search committee to find and hire the association’s new president and CEO. Together with a team of AED officers, past chairmen, and AED Executive Vice President Bob Henderson, Watters completed that mission late in the fall, and Brian McGuire officially debuted as the top staff executive last month. So, with that major task checked off, what is Priority No. 1 on Watters’ list for 2014? “CEO transitions aren’t always easy, they can be disruptive — so the most important thing is to do whatever we can to ensure that
Brian McGuire is a success as our new CEO,” he said. “Maybe I should stay the heck out of his way,” he laughed. “Job 2 is we need to re-engage with our members,” Watters added. “We have a declining membership, and we can’t continue long as a successful association if our membership continues to decline.” Acknowledging that the industry is in consolidation mode, he pointed out that although AED member dealerships are becoming larger companies, there are plainly fewer of them. So, in addition to bringing more dealers into the fold, Watters says AED’s got to connect at another level. “We have to figure out a way to engage all the distributors that are not currently AED members, and also to engage more deeply with our current members,” he said. “If you see WATTERS page 106
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2000 Manitowoc 2250 300-ton, Series III ctwt option, 260' boom, Cummins diesel, S/N: 2251051 P.O.R.
2002 Manitowoc 999 275-ton, 200’ main boom, 60’ jib, Aux winch, Cummins diesel P.O.R.
2001 Link-Belt RTC 8040 SII 40-ton, S/N: F7J1-5291, 105’ main boom, 28’-51’ 2-piece jib, Hydro gas ride, Aux winch, Rear steer indicator P.O.R.
2007 Kalmar DCE 140-6 31,000 Lbs. @ 24” LC, Enclosed Cab w/Heater, CAT Diesel C6.6, Dana TE1300 Trans, 167” Triple Mast, SS/FP, 96” Forks P.O.R.
1980 Manitowoc 4100W SII 230-ton, S/N: 41649, 150' boom P.O.R.
1999 Link-Belt LS248 HII 200-ton, "C" ctwts, Ctwt removal system, 3rd drum, 200' main boom, 2 winch, S/N: H3I9-2238 P.O.R.
2001 Manitou MRT 1850 Rough Terrain Rotating Telescopic Handler, 10,000 lb. Capacity, 48” Long Forks, 58’ of Lift, Full Cab w/Heater & Wipers, 4WD P.O.R.
2005 Manitex 1770C 17- Ton, S/N 119511, 18,042 miles, Ford F750 210 HP CAT diesel, 23’ jib, 20’ wood deck P.O.R.
2007 Link-Belt 218 HSL 110-ton, 150’ main boom, “ABC” Ctwts, Block/Ball, diesel engine P.O.R.
2008 Link-Belt RTC 8090 90-ton, 140’ main boom, 35’ – 58’ jib, 2 winches P.O.R.
2009 Shuttlelift 3340B S/N: 321134, 10.5-ton, Diesel engine, Independent outriggers, 13’-32’ boom w/12’-28’ jib, Block & ball, New York City swing lock P.O.R.
2007 Demag AC200-1 S/N: 33167, 240-ton, Drive axle: 10x8x8, ZF automatic transmission, 6 cylinder diesel engine, 223’ main, 108’ jib P.O.R.
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NEW LISTING 2004 CAT 314C LCR HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR ID#UT13117, SMU 8235 , CAB, A/C, AUX HYD'S, BUCKET, PLUMBED FOR COUPLER USE, UC @ 2994HRS, 24IN TRIPLE GROUSER SHOES 70%, LINKS 82%, SEGMENTS 80%, IDLERS 60%, ROLLERS 60-70%, CARRIER ROLLERS 90%...$95,000
2011 CAT 120M MOTOR GRADER ID# 110414, SMU 923, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, AWD, ACCUGRADE READY, COLD WEATHER START, MID-MOUNT SCARIFIER, 12’ MOLDBOARD, TIRES @ 922 HRS 78-90%...$195,000
1999 CAT 773D OFF HIGHWAY TRUCK ID# UP12192, SMU 17247, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING DUAL SLOPE BODY, LINER TRACTION CONTROL, RETARDER TITAN 24.00R35 TIRES @ 17247HRS FRONTS 82%, REARS 75%..$285,000
2006 CAT 740 ARTICULATED WATER TRUCK ID# UP13469, SMU 10037, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, RETARDER, 29.5R25 TIRES, 8000 GAL CURRY WATER TANK, CAB MOUNTED CONTROL CONSOLE, REMOTE ELKHART WATER CANNON...$245,000
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2002 CAT D3G XL TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR ID# UP13718, SMU 3175, EROPS, A/C, PAT BLADE, 16” SHOES 58%, LINKS 92%, BUSHINGS 70% NOT TURNED, IDLERS 76%, ROLLERS 82-88%, CARRIERS 88%..$59,000
2012 CAT 305E CR MINI HYD EXCAVATOR ID# UT13618, SMU 200, CAB, A/C, RADIO, AUXILIARY HYD, PATTERN CHANGER, BUCKET, TWO FINGER HYD THUMB PLUMBED FOR HAMMER USE, 16IN RUBBER SHOES 80%, 78IN BACKFILL BLADE...$57,000
2007 HUDSON HTD18D TRAILER ID# UT13914, 10 TON CAPACITY, WOOD DECK PINTLE HITCH, SPRING SUSPENSION 18FT DECK LENGTH, 8FT DECK WIDTH 5FT STEEL RAMP LENGTH 30FT OVERALL LENGTH TIRES ON 3/20/14: 4/32NDS REMAIN...$6,000
2012 CAT 329EL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR ID# UT13727, SMU 4278, CAB, A/C, RADIO, REAR VIEW CAMERA, JOYSTICK CONTROL W/ THUMB ROLL, COLD WEATHER START, AUX HYDS, PATTERN CHANGER, SYS COMBINE, BKT, HYD THUMB, LINES FOR HYD QC, UC @ 4276 HRS, 32IN TG SHOES 75%, BUSHINGS 75% NOT TURNED, LINKS 70%, INTERNAL TRACKS 60%, SEGMENTS 80%, ROLLERS 70-80%, CARRIERS 85% ...$240,000
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2011 CAT 259B COMPACT TRACK LOADER ID# UT13726, SMU 660, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, 2-SPEED, LOW FLOW, HYD QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET, SELF-LEVELING, 12.6” NARROW TRACK, UC 75% @ 658 HRS...$43,000
2012 CAT 242B SKID STEER LOADER ID# UP13672, SMU 345, OROPS, 1-SPEED, COUNTERWEIGHT STANDARD FLOW, PROP AUX BUCKET, SELF-LEVELING ENGINE BLOCK HEATER, DEMAND FAN CAT TIRES @ 307HRS 30%...$29,000
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CATERPILLAR, 980G,980G II, Used, 1146030/28593 CATERPILLAR, D8R, Used, 6Y0610/34142 CATERPILLAR, 962G, Used, 2318853/36042 CATERPILLAR, D10T, Used, 2235568/39840
D11N, stock# 49456, 6200 Hour Good Running Take Out Rod/Main Bearings Replaced, Oil & Water Pump Replaced, Dyno Tested, $55,000
CATERPILLAR, D5B,D5B LGP,D5S,D6D, Used, 7J8302/3097 CYLINDER, OTHER
CATERPILLAR, 988B,988F, Rebuilt, 4T6792/31244 CATERPILLAR, 657E,657G, Used, 9T4974/3170 DIFFERENTIAL
CATERPILLAR, 836C, Used, 1452440/3212 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 4V1073/31078 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 3V4030/31079 CATERPILLAR, 631, Rebuilt, 4D5730/2996 CATERPILLAR, 836, Rebuilt, 1367631/3203
CATERPILLAR, 973C, Used, 3W8424/31118 CATERPILLAR, D6R, Rebuilt, 2012078/31951 FINAL DRIVE
CATERPILLAR, 420E, Used, 2227379/36938 CATERPILLAR, 345,350, Used, 1728478/43341 CATERPILLAR, 416C, Used, 1613241/43745
PETERBILT, 13-210,224,265,281,300,310, 320,330,335,340,341,346,348,348A,348M ,348N,348S,349,349A,351,351A,351ST,35 2A,352M,352S,353,357,358,358A,358M,3 58ST,359,359A,359B,359M,359S,359ST,3 62,367,372,375,376,377,378,379,379EXH D,381,383,385,386,CB300, Rebuilt, 6I3479/2562
D11N, stock# 49461, Rebuilt, $75,000 Also Available for D11’s: Track Groups, Rebuilt Equilizer Bars, Reconditioned Pivot Shafts, Track Frame Assemblies, Torque Convertors, Transmissions, Final Drives CATERPILLAR, 740, Used, 1537076/28643 CATERPILLAR, 980G, Rebuilt, 2023123/35618 CATERPILLAR, 962G, Rebuilt, 1168671/34551 CATERPILLAR, 769D, Rebuilt, 1230206/32272 CATERPILLAR, 16, Used, D343/40879 CATERPILLAR, 375L, Used, 1344137/33644 SULLAIR, 15 KW, Used, 2681384/28541 CATERPILLAR, 345B, Used, 1382001/37356 CATERPILLAR, CS-563C, Used, 1117717/36108 CATERPILLAR, 773D, Used, 1314877/40903
CATERPILLAR, 980G, Rebuilt, 1605585/8037 CATERPILLAR, D6N LGP, Used, 1914932/39599 & 39600 CATERPILLAR, 973, Used, 8G0278/36396 CATERPILLAR, 953C, Rebuilt, 1122360/3197 CATERPILLAR, 320, Rebuilt, 7Y1571/37840 CATERPILLAR, 345B, Rebuilt, 1362847 CATERPILLAR, D11N, Rebuilt, 9W3649 CATERPILLAR, 375,375L,5080, Rebuilt, 7Y0884/38294 & 38296
CATERPILLAR, 375L,375, Used, 1096159/36610 TORQUE CONVERTERS
CATERPILLAR, 16, Used, 9M6170/40878 CATERPILLAR, D8N, Rebuilt, 3T5832/43263 CATERPILLAR, 637G, Used, 1974583/3217 CATERPILLAR, 836, Used, 1431234/3209 CATERPILLAR, 950H, Used, 1685223/28772 CATERPILLAR, D10L,D10, Used, 6P6412/31183 CATERPILLAR, D10R, Used, 1102769/35220 CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 1M3808/36611 TRACK FRAME
CATERPILLAR, D6R LGP, Used, 1080157 & 1080158 CATERPILLAR, D6D, Used, 9S8255/38667 CATERPILLAR, D8R, Used, 9W6494/34141
CATERPILLAR, 5130, Used, 1072940/326 CATERPILLAR, 5130, Used, 1423698/32887
CATERPILLAR, D10,D10L, Rebuilt, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR, D10,D10L, Used, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 5M7987/36604 CATERPILLAR, 641,651, Rebuilt, 7M5925/3254 CATERPILLAR, 988B, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318 CATERPILLAR, 924G, Rebuilt, 1402772/27097 CATERPILLAR, D4E, Used, 3T4758/3234 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 3P6809/33473 CATERPILLAR, D8N, Rebuilt, 8E4565/43240 CATERPILLAR, 930G,938G, Used, 2348866/32134 CATERPILLAR, 951C, Used, 2P2040/2963
HAMMER/BREAKER - HYDRAULIC
CATERPILLAR, 318,320, Used, 1123404/43343 RIPPER
CATERPILLAR, 973,973C, Used, 3G3046/42913 CATERPILLAR, D11N, Rebuilt, 4T4911/32405
CATERPILLAR, 988G, New, 1289664/29291 CATERPILLAR, D11N, Used, 7T0973/33845
CATERPILLAR, 304.5,305.5, New, 1584765/35694 CATERPILLAR, 5130, New, 1554102/32845
CATERPILLAR, 769D, Rebuilt, 230206/32272
CATERPILLAR, 773D, Used, 1314877/40903
CATERPILLAR, D6N LGP, Used, 1914932/39599 &
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CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 31E3778/37027 CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 31E1067/36601
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EXCAVATORS 1997 HITACHI EX60URG, CAB, 5349 HRS..........................................................................$15,995 2013 KOBELCO SK260-9, BRAND NEW, PATTERN CHANGER, REAR VIEW CAMERA ....$179,999 2007 KOBELCO SK215SR, FULL CAB, PATTERN CHANGER, PLUMBED, 36” BUCKET, 1287 HOURS ..............................................................................................................................$129,995 SKID STEER LOADER 2004 CAT 226 SKID STEER, CAB WITH HEAT, 3130 HOURS, PILOT CONTROLS ..............$12,995 2013 NEW HOLLAND L230-T4, FULL CAB, HI FLOW, PILOT CONTROLS, 150 HOURS ....$46,500 2013 NEW HOLLAND L230-T4, FULL CAB, HI FLOW, PILOT CONTROLS, 105 HOURS ....$49,995 2013 NEW HOLLAND L220-T4, FULL CAB, HI FLOW, PILOT CONTROLS, 120 HOURS ....$41,995 2013 NEW HOLLAND L230-T4, FULL CAB, PILOT CONTROLS, HI FLOW, 105 HOURS ....$50,995 2013 NEW HOLLAND L230-T4, FULL CAB, MECHANICAL CONTROLS, HI FLOW, 265 HOURS ...... .......................................................................................................................................... $42,995 2011 NEW HOLLAND L223, FULL CAB, PILOT CONTROLS, 350 HOURS ..........................$33,995 2010 NEW HOLLAND C185 TRACK LOADER, FULL CAB, PILOT CONTROLS, HI FLOW, 451 HOURS ................................................................................................................................$54,995 WHEEL LOADERS 2013 KAWASAKI 70ZV-2, TOOL CARRIER, FULL CAB, 60” FORKS, 3.4 YD BUCKET ......$199,000 2007 KUBOTA R420 S1 WHEEL LOADER, OPEN ROPS, HYDRAULIC COUPLER, 2965 HOURS...... ............................................................................................................................................$24,995
TRACTORS 2004 KUBOTA M5700HD TRACTOR LOADER, 4WD, LOADER, CAT 2 HITCH, REAR REMOTE, 2926 HOURS ......................................................................................................................$17,500 2012 KUBOTA L5740 HST TRACTOR, LIKE NEW, 96 HOURS, REAR REMOTE, LSW TURF TIRES, GRILLE GUARD ..................................................................................................................$29,995 2012 NEW HOLLAND BOOMER 30, BRAND NEW, LOADER, FULL WARRANTY ................$19,500 2012 NEW HOLLAND BOOMER 35, BRAND NEW, LOADER, FULL WARRANTY ................$20,400 2013 NEW HOLLAND BOOMER 40, BRAND NEW, LOADER, FULL WARRANTY ................$21,995 2012 NEW HOLLAND BOOMER 50, BRAND NEW, LOADER, FULL WARRANTY ................$25,400 TLB’S 2005 NEW HOLLAND LB90, CAB WITH HEAT/AC, PILOT CONTROLS, 727 HRS ..............$54,000 2007 NEW HOLLAND B110, FULL CAB, 4 IN 1 BUCKET, FLIP OVER FORKS, PILOT CONTROLS, EXT. DIPPER........................................................................................................................$46,000 2000 NEW HOLLAND LB115, CAB WITH HEAT, 1543 HRS, EXTENDAHOE, 4X1................$32,000 2009 KUBOTA L45, OPEN ROPS, 1090 HRS, QUICK ATTACH BACKHOE, LOADER ..........$34,995 2006 KUBOTA 4630D, BH92 BACKHOE, LA853 LOADER, MECHANICAL THUMB, 1430 HRS.......... ............................................................................................................................................$25,000
MISCELLANEOUS 1999 GMC UTILITY BUCKET TRUCK, 110,844 MILES, GOOD CONDITION ........................$25,000 1978 WORTHINGTON 165 AIR COMPRESSOR, 200’ AIR LINE, 2500 HOURS ....................$2,250 2012 BOMAG BW211D-4, BRAND NEW, 84” SMOOTH DRUM ROLLER, CAB WITH HEAT/AC ........ ............................................................................................................................................$93,500 2005 LULL 644E TELEHANDLER, 754 HOURS, 42’ LIFT HEIGHT, OPEN CAB ....................$52,500 1987 FIAT-ALLIS FD7 DOZER, 6 WAY BLADE, OPEN ROPS ....................................SOLD $10,000 2004 HARLEY T6 RAKE, MANUAL ANGLE, 6 FOOT ............................................................$2,995 2000 EXMARK LAZER Z MOWER, 60” DECK, LIQUID COOLED, ZERO TURN, 3324 HOURS .......... ....................................................................................................................................SOLD $1495 TRAILERS 2001 EVACO 10TON TAG ALONG TRAILER, ELECTRIC BRAKES, 2HD AXLES, DUAL WHEELS ...... 2002 EXMARK LAZER Z MOWER, 60” DECK, LIQUID COOLED, ZERO TURN, 2550 HOURS $1495 ..................................................................................................................................SOLD $6,995 2012 AGRIMETAL BW3500 BLOWER, LIKE NEW, FRONT AND REAR ROLLERS, 25 HRS ..$3,995 2008 WINSTON 20 TON TRAILER, TAG ALONG, DUAL JACKS ............................................$9,995 2009 KUBOTA RTV1100CW, CAB WITH A/C, 2 SETS OF TIRES, 250 HOURS .................. $15,000 CHIPPERS/STUMP GRINDERS 2002 RAYCO RG162 SUPER JR. STUMP GRINDER, 1448 HRS, NEW SHAFT BEARINGS AND BELTS, COMES WITH TRAILER ............................................................................................$7,995 2002 VERMEER SC252 STUMP GRINDER, 873 HOURS, TRAILER, 25HP GAS ENGINE......$7,995 2001 BANDIT 254 CHIPPER, 125HP DEERE ENGINE, AUTO CLUTCH, HYD. WINCH WITH ROPE, 1819 HOURS ...................................................................................................................... $31,995 1995 BANDIT 200, 12” CHIPPER, 87 HP CUMMINS ENGINE.............................................. $7,995
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2006 BANDIT 254XP CHIPPER, WINCH, AUTO FEED, EXT. TONGUE, FEED WHEEL LIFT..............................$29,995
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Demolition & Recycling
2005 Liebherr A934B MH 9670 total hrs, 50 ft Max Reach Material Handling Arrangement, Drop Nose Stick, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, Heat & A/C, Automatic Lubrication System, Generator System for Magnet, and Dual Solid Tires. Choice of several orange peel grapple options. Excellent all around condition and appearance. Checked through our shop and fully serviced. FOB our yard in Summerville, SC..............$189,500
2008 Deere 240DLC and Genesis GMS400R 2008 Deere 240DLC with 6,100 hrs, equipped w/ Genesis GMS400R Mobile Shear w/ 360 rotation & XP upper jaw, Cab Guard, Heat & A/C, and excellent U/C. Approximately 2000 hours total use on shear since complete Genesis factory rebuild .............. ............................................Call for Price.
2002 Komatsu PC450LC-6 UHD 5,650 original hours, 25 meter/82 ft 3 Piece Ultra High Reach Demolition Arrangement + Standard Digging front w/ HD Bucket, Both fronts fully plumbed for Rotating Shear or Concrete Processor, FOPS Cab Guarding, Heat & A/C, Video Camera System, Variable Gauge U/C @ 75%+ remaining. Very good allaround condition and appearance. Can go straight to work!!! ..................Call for Price.
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2010 Cat M322D MH #W2T05047, Delivered NEW in 2011, 3847 Hrs, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, FOPS Cab Guarding, Heat & A/C, 41’ Material Handing Front, Drop Nose Stick, 12.5 kw Gen Set, Cat GSH15-5 3/4 yd3 Grapple w/360 rotation (Fully Installed), Dual Solid Tires, Rear Camera System, and Outriggers x4. Cat Dealer Maintained Since New w/Service History Report Available. Excellent Condition & Appearance ..................Call for price.
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1984 Grove TMS250B, EROPS, 6x6, 80’ Reach, 26’-46’ 3 Sec Boom, Stock# 482G ........................................$37,500
2009 Komatsu WA150-5, 1598 Hrs, Hyd Q/C, Aux Hyd, Side Dump Bkt, Forks Avail., LOADED!, Stock# 794H ..$86,500
2011 Cat 272C, ROPS, 6’ G.P., Light Pkg, Aux Hyd, 10’ Reach, AC/Heat, Stock# 488G ............................$37,000
2006 Cat 330DL, Model #492G, 4600 Hrs, 56” Bkt, A/C, 12’10” Stick .............. ..........................................Call for Price
2008 Cat 120M VHP, 3806 Hrs, EROPS, 14’ Mold Board, A/C & Heat, 6 New Tires, Stock# 594H ........$154,000
2012 Volvo EC250D LR, 4624 Hrs, 60’ Reach, 60” Bkt, A/C & Heat, Tier 4, Stock# 719H ..........................$165,000 Low Hours
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1997 Cat D8R, S/N M02107, Stock# 956G, EROPS, AC/Heat, SU Blade, SS Ripper, 24” Tracks, Last Serviced at 16,941 Hrs ..............................$165,000
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2012 Cat 312EL, 1007 Hrs, Mechanical Thumb, Tier 4, Stock# 749H ....$139,500
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Mike Anderson Promoted at Hoffman Equipment Company Hoffman Equipment Company announced that Mike Anderson has been promoted to vice president and general manager, New York operations. He is responsible for overseeing all company activities for Hoffman’s New York branches. “We’re excited to increase Mike’s responsibilities at Hoffman,” said Tim Watters, president of Hoffman Equipment. “We are confident his extensive knowledge and experience will contribute to expanding our business throughout the greater New York area.” For more than 11 years, Anderson has been overseeing domestic sales and marketing efforts for all of Hoffman’s locations. Before joining Hoffman, he worked in the automotive industry for Ford Motor Company with the fleet sales group, selling to large organizations like national car rental companies. For more information, call 800/4HOFFMAN or visit www.hoffmanequip.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Mike Anderson is responsible for overseeing all company activities for Hoffman’s New York branches.
Habitat for Humanity Teams Up With Link-Belt Again Link-Belt Construction Equipment and Lexington Habitat for Humanity have partnered for a second straight year to help out two Lexington-area families in need. The partnership will put Nsenga Tshiunza and Mujinga Kabeya and their five children in a home while they continue the naturalization process into the United States since moving from the Democratic Republic of Congo. “My family is very happy for Habitat,” said Tshiunza, who recalls losing everything his family owned in the war in the Congo. “We are happy that our children will always have a home that belongs to them.” Right next door to them will be a second brand new home for Rita Murphy and her two grandchildren. Murphy will be moving from her current space, a small one-bedroom duplex, where she converted the living room into a bedroom for the children. “I feel like I’m living in a storage area,” she said. “Everything is in boxes and corners.” Naturally, Murphy’s
grandchildren are eager to move into their new home which will have enough bedrooms for all three members of the family. “The kids are very excited. They go to home dedications of other families and just look around each room.” This year, Link-Belt will have more than 180 employees volunteer for the two residences with building assistance for the second home also coming from Larry and Kitty
Two Lexington-area families are receiving homes thanks to Link-Belt Construction and Lexington Habitat for Humanity.
Parker. The same project manager for last year’s build on Price Road, Frank Brangers, also will be leading construction at one of the two residences on Maple Avenue. “Every day we are blown away with the work done by the Link-Belt volunteers. We
were able to get the roofs on both homes very quickly and have begun placing siding in six full build days,” said Brangers. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Curry Supply Earns ASME Certificate of Authorization
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2006 JCB JS220LC Excavator, 9’11” Stick, EROPS, A/C, 172HP, 38” Front Bucket, Aux Hyd, 80% UC, 32” Steel Track, Mechanical Thumb, 4881 Hrs, Stk# EX080 $54,900
2007 CAT D4GXL, Heat, A/C, 6 Way Blade, Ether Starting Aid, Engine Enclosures, 18” Pads, Drawbar, Long Track Frame, 4916 Hours, Stk #CT049 .. ................$49,900
2003 CAT 430D, 4-in-1 Bucket, Heat, A/C, Ext Hoe, 16” Back Bkt, 6,264 Hours, Stk # LB171 $38,500
2006 John Deere 650J LGP Bulldozer, JD 4045T Diesel, 99HP, OROPS, 6-Way Blade, 28” Pads, 4347 Hrs, Stk #CT052....$49,500
2005 Bobcat 442C, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Front Bucket, Hyd Swing Boom, Backfill Bucket, 2954 Hours, Stk #MIDEX029........ ................$34,900
2006 International 4200SBA Single Axle Dump, 10’ Steel Body, Auto Tarp System, Rear Pintle Hook, Rear Central Hyd System for Salt Spreading, Frt Plow Bracket, 32,919 Miles, Stk# DT103......$33,900
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The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) has authorized Curry Supply Company to build pressure vessels in accordance with the requirements of the ASME boiler and pressure vessel code. ASME Certificate of Authorization is a highly sought-after designation for manufacturers of pressure vessels, such as vacuum trucks, vacuum tanks, compressors and rig vacs. When a manufacturer is authorized to use the ASME Certification Mark the customer is ensured of precise and consistent manufacturing material and procedures. This level of manufacturing precision ensures safety and removes customer liability, according to the company. In order to receive the ASME Certificate of Authorization, Curry Supply had to use specialized and certified tooling like pressure gauges, calipers, micrometers, gauge blocks, and ASME and National Board manuals to support the verification process necessary in the pressure vessel industry. Then, they had to design and build a sample pressure vessel that was extensively tested for steel quality, welds, tolerances, dimensions, pipe placement and engineering drawing accuracy. Simulation calculations were made of implosion and explosion of tanks to ensure that they would not rupture or collapse under positive and negative pressures. Every step of this stringent testing had to pass unequivocally in order to receive certification. Several JD 310 SE 4x4 Thomas 35DT JB 400 Loader Backhoe $4,850 JD450 B Loader NEW IHI Excavators Vibrotech Screens
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ASME audits were used to confirm the results. Simply receiving ASME certification doesn’t end there, however. Engineering product testing and documentation of material purchase and usage must be maintained at all times for auditing purposes. For Curry Supply, having the ASME Certificate of Authorization validates its quality control program. “We believe that our quality control standards are amongst the highest in the industry,” said Stephen McConnell, Curry Supply quality control manager. “Having the ASME Certificate of Authorization and being able to use the ASME Certification Mark proves the level of effort and dedication we take to produce the highest quality pressure vessel product. Fortunately for us, most of our competition do not have
this authorization.” By obtaining a “U” stamp for the manufacture of new pressure vessels, and an ‘R’ Stamp for the repair of them, Curry Supply is now authorized to manufacture, repair, and sell pressure vessels that carry the ASME Code Certification Mark. “Curry Supply is closely aligned to the oil and gas industry,” said Jason Ritchey, Curry Supply president, “and while our vacuum trucks are extremely well received in the field, there are those customers who prefer products that meet specific ASME standards. We can now accommodate them.” For more information, call 800/345-2829 or visit www.currysupply.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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NYSDOT announced construction began to resurface more than 4 mi. (6.4 km) of the Long Island Expressway (LIE/I-495) in western Nassau County. The $9.5 million project between the Nassau/Queens line and Willis Avenue/Exit 37 in Roslyn Heights includes removing the worn top layer of pavement from all eastbound and westbound LIE main line travel lanes, making needed base repairs and then resurfacing the roadway with new asphalt overlay. Construction is being performed in stages on shorter sections of the LIE and during off-peak, nighttime hours between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. to minimize the impact of construction on motorists. At least one direction of the LIE will be open at all times. â€œThis project will provide a smoother, safer ride for more than one million vehicles that use this section of the LIE each week,â€? NYSDOT Commissioner Joan McDonald said. â€œKeeping in line with the goals of Governor Andrew Cuomoâ€™s Driverâ€™s First
initiative, the State Department of Transportation is prioritizing the needs of motorists and ensuring that disruptions are as minimal as possible.â€? The project includes new pavement markings, audible roadway delineations to help prevent off-road drifting, and replacement of vehicle detectors and traffic loops to help alert the public about current LIE traveling conditions via NYSDOTâ€™s INFORM transportation management center (TMC). Resurfacing construction operations will begin in the westbound direction, Monday through Friday, weather permitting, and will continue through the end of June. In July, eastbound resurfacing construction will take place Sunday through Thursday, weather permitting, and will continue through the fall. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guideâ€™s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Work Starts on Route 11 Bridge Replacement in Champlain, N.Y. New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) Commissioner Joan McDonald announced that work has begun on a $19.8 million project to replace the bridge carrying U.S. Route 11 over I-87 and to reconstruct and rehabilitate approximately 2 mi. (3.2 km) of I-87 in Champlain, Clinton County. â€œDOT has worked hard to develop a project that will not only replace an aging structure, but also will enhance transportation mobility,â€? she said. â€œThe project features roundabouts, a first for the area, to allow for a freer flow of traffic and increased safety at this location.â€? The project will replace the bridge carry-
ing U.S. Route 11 over I-87, as well as reconstructing the on and off ramps to accommodate roundabouts on either end of the project. The roundabouts will allow traffic to move more smoothly by requiring motorists only to yield when exiting and entering I-87, instead of coming to a complete stop. The signalized intersections currently in use will be eliminated. The project, awarded to Luck Bros Inc. of Plattsburgh, Clinton County, is scheduled for completion in late fall of 2015. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guideâ€™s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Scranton Art Studio Asks Residents to Make Pothole Art By Sarah Scinto THE (SCRANTON) TIMES TRIBUNE
SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) The most irksome pothole in your neighborhood could be more than a tire-busting nuisance. With a little creativity, one Scranton art company thinks that gaping hole of pavement could be a Barbie doll’s pool, a miniature fishing hole, a pint-sized construction site or anything else you can dream up to fill the space. Scranton’s Pop Up Studio has challenged residents to create their own pothole art and submit photos of their creations Municipal Day attendees check out the latest mini-excavators by Case and Takeuchi. to a contest. “It’s a bonding experience, if you live in Scranton, to run over a pothole and bust a tire,’’ said Ruth Koelewyn of the Pop Up Studio. “We want to turn it into a positive thing.’’ This year, the group invited the public to participate in (hash)Pothole by decorating a pothole, snapping a photo, and submitting it to the Pop Up Studio’s Facebook page by May 15. Once submitted, the public will vote on their favorite potholes once per day until May 31. tion attachments, parts and supplies. Groff Tractor also carBy Chelsea Smouse The winning artist will receive four new tires and alignries an extensive inventory to meet the rental market ment from Kost Tire, and other participants will receive car SPECIAL TO CEG demands. wash coupons. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Groff Tractor and Equipment Inc. hosted its annual Koelewyn said a group of artists from the studio first Municipal Day at the Ebensburg, Pa., location. The event on Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) attempted pothole art in 2012, wandering Scranton’s side May 16 featured exhibits from several Groff Tractor equiproads in search of the best subjects. ment vendors as well as a BBQ luncheon. “We were putting beer bottles in potholes of ice,’’ she said, Construction equipment vendors including Case, Wacker recalling one of the group’s ideas. “An older lady was lookNeuson, Woods, Atlas Copco, Alamo, ESCO, Topcon, ing out the window of her condo and she was just laughing Interstate Trailers and Virnig were on hand to exhibit their at us.’’ products and to give customers their latest product informaAfter the group posted photos of their creations online, tion. In addition, the vendors provided attendees with givefans of the studio started to submit their own. aways including jackets, hats, t-shirts, toy models and more. In one memorable submission, Koelewyn said the artist Groff Tractor & Equipment Inc. distributes Case, Wirtgen, created a “Potty Pothole,’’ by constructing a toilet complete Hamm, Vogele, Takeuchi, Atlas Copco, Wacker Neuson, with plunger, toilet paper and crossword puzzle over a potAGL, Interstate, Kleeman and a complete line of construchole in their neighborhood. “The main goal is to see how much creativity you can have,’’ she said. “We’re really looking forward to this year.’’ Koelewyn’s mother, Kate Corby, sent pothole art all the way from East Lansing, Michigan in 2012. Guests discuss the latest Woods products with Steve “We found a pothole shaped just like Michigan,’’ she said. Schiff, Woods district sales manager. “We picked a dandelion and planted it right in the middle, which is where we live, and then we took a picture of it. It just felt playful.’’ While potholes still populate many Scranton streets, Koelewyn encouraged aspiring pothole artists to stay safe by sticking to side roads. “We ask that everyone be safe; obey rules, obey laws,’’ she said. “The side roads are probably the best bet for safety and good potholing.’’ In the end, Koelewyn hopes this contest will give residents something to look forward to about the inevitable return of potholes each winter. “We want people to say things like, ‘Did you see that pothole out there? I think I could use it as a bathtub,’’ she said.
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Contractors, Friends Meet Up at JCB Northland’s New Facility
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ore than 200 contractors, customers, guests and friends of industry gathered at the new JCB Northland open house held May 8. On a pristine day, potential buyers from small contractor ATNT to famed jewelers Alex & Ani came to see JCB Northland’s new retail facility in Middleboro, Mass., featuring expansive grounds and impressive six-bay warehouse and store. Owner Steve O’Leary and staff were on hand to greet guests with sumptuous breakfast and lunch, giveaways, an array of new equipment lines, accompanying vendors, a trailer for dining and a lot full of newly offered products, such as the Avant line. O’Leary expressed his gratitude to the guests and invited them to the upcoming event in October at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. “It was a great success last year and we are doing it again,”
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To the unabashedly optimistic Ruben Amaro Jr., general manager of the Philadelphia Phillies, the 2014 season has not gotten off on the right foot. To baseball fans everywhere, including those in the City of Brotherly Love, this year’s incarnation of the Fightin’ Phils are everything as expected — an underachieving disappointment. The Phillies currently sit in last place in the National League East with a 23-27 record, all while having Major League Baseball’s third highest payroll. One of the lone bright spots on this dismal team has been the unexpected revival of second baseman Chase Utley. Prior to this season, Utley was considered by many to have lost a step in his game. He battled chronic knee problems in 2011 and 2012, putting his career in jeopardy. In those seasons Utley saw his batting average dip to .259 and .256 while playing in only a combined 186 games out of 324. It appeared that Utley, like the rest of the remaining core players from the Phillies’ 2008 World Series team, had simply gotten too old. After a quiet bounce back season in 2013, Utley is currently hitting .335 this year, which is good for the third best average in the MLB. His 21 doubles lead the league, and his 61 hits are tops for the Phillies. Utley hasn’t been selected to an All Star Game since 2010 (he did not play due to injury), but he presently leads the voting for National League second basemen. At 35 years old, it is not out of the realm of possibility that Utley can sustain his early success at the plate. His power is unlikely to reach his career high 33 home runs in 2008, but Utley should contribute roughly 15 to 20 in 2014. With his renaissance, Utley has been a hot topic in the MLB, with speculations of his Hall of Fame candidacy leading the discussion. It’s still far too early to consider Utley’s Cooperstown merit, but in my opinion it would take similarly productive seasons next year and in 2016 (if the Phillies pick up the option in his contract) for Utley to make it to the Hall. The Phillies’ roster is second to the Boston Red Sox for the oldest in baseball,
but like Utley, many of their aged stars are performing better than expected. Shortstop Jimmy Rollins has shown more hustle in 2014 than most seasons in recent memory, catcher Carlos Ruiz leads the team in onbase percentage, and first baseman Ryan Howard has regained his home run hitting prowess. Ruben Amaro Jr. was criticized for his offseason moves that made the Phillies an even older ball club, but 36-year-old right fielder Marlon Byrd has been a pleasant surprise. Byrd, in his second stint in Philadelphia, is hitting .283 with 6 home runs and 30 RBIs. The rest of the outfield, however, is cause for concern. Centerfielder Ben Revere is a great foraverage hitter, although he is lacking sufficiently in other key areas. Revere’s .292 average is second only to Utley, but he only has 3 extra base hits in 2014 and just 8 RBIs. The speedy outfielder makes great plays on the ball in the field, but his subpar arm significantly hinders this ability. The chance of Revere throwing out a runner at home is slim to none. Left fielder Domonic Brown had a breakout season in 2013, although let’s be honest — he trailed off quite a bit after the All Star break, and he has continued his downward spiral in 2014. Brown was once a top prospect in the Phillies farm system, and despite never adjusting to the Major League game when given the opportunity, fans still held out hope. They had their glimpse of Brown’s potential in 2013, and this season he isn’t showing much of a spark. As an everyday player, Brown has somehow managed to hit .203 with only 3 home runs. Maybe a trip back to Triple A is in the cards for the 26-year-old? The fact remains that this season will continue to drag on for Phillies fans. The bullpen is atrocious, the starting pitching is erratic at best, and there are too many holes in the offense. Abandon all hope for a miraculous turnaround now. Be thankful for the Chase Utley comeback tour, and enjoy one of the all-time Phillie greats playing just as hard as when Citizens Bank Park was hosting playoff games.
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out increasing the state’s impervious surface area. The combination of reduced runoff and fewer vehicles on the roadway contributes to a greener Maryland,” said SHA Administrator Melinda B. Peters. “As our park and ride lots become filled to capacity, we are anxious to expand the lots to better serve commuters and try this material at other locations.” Together with bio-swales and tree plantings, SHA is limiting runoff from entering the Chesapeake Bay via tributaries. Runoff contains nitrogen and phosphorus, which foster accelerated growth of algae blooms that deplete life-giving oxygen to aquatic life.
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LOADER BACKHOES 14E023, 2003 CAT 416D, EROPS, 4X4, GP BKT, EXT-HOE, Q/C, 24” BKT................$42,000 14E038, 2011 CAT 416E, EROPS, 4X4, GP BKT, EXT-HOE, 24” BKT........................$69,000 14E045, 2004 CAT 420D IT, EROPS W/AC, 4X4, Q/C, AUX HYD, GP BKT, EXT-HOE, 24” BKT...............................................................................................................................P.O.R. 13E151, 2009 CAT 420E, EROPS W/AC, 4X4, GP BKT, EXT-HOE, AUX HYDRAULICS, Q/C, 24” BKT .....................................................................................................................$65,000 13E128, 2007 CAT 430E, EROPS W/AC, 4X4, GP BKT, RIDE CONTROL, EXT-HOE, AUX HYDRAULICS, A/C, 18” BUCKET...............................................................................$52,000 14E043, 2009 CAT 430E, EROPS W/AC, 4X4, GP BKT, RIDE CONTROL, EXT-HOE, 24” BKT ..................................................................................................................................$64,000
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ARTBA Foundation Names Scholarship Recipients Eleven children of highway workers killed or permanently disabled on the job will receive financial assistance in their pursuit of higher education due to scholarships announced by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association Transportation Development Foundation (ARTBA-TDF). The ARTBA-TDFâ€™s â€œLanford Family Highway Worker Memorial Scholarship Programâ€? was established in 1999 with a gift from two Roanoke, Va., highway contractors and their companies â€” Stan Lanford (1999 ARTBA chairman) of Lanford Brothers, and Jack Lanford (1991 ARTBA chairman), of Adams Construction Company. On average, about 100 highway workers are killed every year on the job or in roadway construction work zone accidents. The 2014 class includes: Vybav Hiraesave, Dover, Del. Vybavâ€™s father, Vasuki Hiraesave, was killed in an accident while working for the Delaware Department of Transportation in March 2006. Vybav, a junior at the University of Delaware, is a chemical engineering major. Lyndsay Morgan, Daytona Beach, Fla. Lyndsayâ€™s father, Steven Morgan, was killed in a November 2011 accident while working on Interstate 75 in Florida. She is a sophomore at Florida Gulf Coast University and majoring in communication studies. Amy McNeil, Kountze, Texas Amyâ€™s father, Jeffrey McNeil, was killed in 2005 while working for the Texas Department of Transportation on U.S. 69 in Beaumont. Amy attends Lamar State College and will start a registered nursing program in January 2015. LaToya Hood, Houston, Texas LaToyaâ€™s father, Paris Hood, was struck by a vehicle and killed in a February 1998 accident while working for the Texas Department of Transportation on I-27. LaToya attends Texas Southern University and is an education major. Kaitlyn Henry, Dennison, Ohio Kaitlynâ€™s dad, Gary Henry, was struck by a construction vehicle and killed in 2013 while working on a state highway construction project on Interstate 270 near Columbus, Ohio. Kaitlyn is currently attending Ohio University and is an inter-
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The Threats to Pavement Quality… and a Solution By Jeff Winke SPECIAL TO CEG
The big challenge asphalt contractors face today is how to improve the quality performance of asphalt paving through production, laydown and preservation. The expectations for ride quality and durability are greater. Contractors are realizing that yesterday’s asphalt paving practices are not good enough today. There are higher expectations and more stringent regulations for achieving a smooth, durable road, runway or parking lot. Paving contractors face two big threats to quality results: temperature differentials and aggregate segregation. Both problems yield Material transfer vehicles help ensure quality results and control. the same damaging results: excessive air reasonable expectation of voids, aka inadequate denaccelerated pavement sity. distress(es).” Hot-mix asphalt They point out that (HMA) temperature dif“constituents” refers to ferentials occur when asphalt binder, aggrecooler HMA is placed durgates and air voids. In ing the job. This cooler essence, segregation negmaterial is usually caused atively affects the HMA by transporting the materiperformance and paveal to the paver with the ment life. The chief proboutside and top of the load lems are: reduced fatigue cooling faster than the life, rutting, raveling and inside. On large mat jobs, moisture damage. the cooler areas will comSmoothness is the ultipact at a slower rate and Mat from a remix paver, but not a material mate goal of the paving reach cessation tempera- transfer vehicle. contractor. The finished ture more quickly than the paved mat smoothness is surrounding mat. What can result in paving to describe a number of what contractors are evaluated on are issues with inadequate com- things. An accepted definition and how success is measured. paction in these isolated areas, comes from a 2000 research report Smoothness matters. The contracwhich then can cause decreased written by M. Stroup-Gardiner and tor can win bonuses or be fined Brown, “National based on the finished surface’s strength, reduced fatigue life, E.R. accelerated aging/decreased dura- Cooperative Highway Research smoothness measure on the interbility, rutting, raveling, and mois- Program Report 441: Segregation national roughness index (IRI). ture damage. Generally, tempera- in Hot Mix Asphalt Pavements.” It Minimizing the need for paving ture differentials greater than about goes, “Segregation is a lack of starts and stops is a major objective 25F (14C) will cause compaction homogeneity in the hot mix asphalt in planning for smoothness. constituents of the in-place mat of Halting the paving operation can problems. Segregation is a term often used such a magnitude that there is a disrupt the uniformity of the pave-
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Bomag BM1200/30-2 Provides Mobility, Cutting Precision Featuring a centrally mounted cutremote-mount controls. ting drum that allows precise milling The front-loading conveyor near walls, curbs and other obstrucswings 36 degrees to the right or left tions, Bomag’s BM1200/30-2 cold of center for ease of loading, and planer milling machine is ideally folds for simple transport to and suited for shoulder repair, utility and from the job site. With the conveyor general surface milling applications. folded, the unit can be hauled using The BM1200/30-2 offers a stanany standard configuration, 25-ton dard cutting width of 47.2 in. (120 (22.6 t) capacity single-drop or cm) Powered by a 275-hp (205 kW) ramped trailer. Caterpillar diesel engine, the Four-track stability with standard machine offers a high horsepowerpolyurethane wear pads and indeper-cutting-tooth delivery ratio for pendent or coordinated front and maximum efficiency and productivirear steering provide optimum travel ty. Additionally, the direct mechaniperformance. For fast, on-the-job cal drive design of the cutting drum site maintenance, the BM1200/30-2 provides maximum power transfer features quick-change cutting teeth while reducing any external losses. and holders. The unit is capable of milling depths Optional equipment includes up to 12.6 in. (32 cm). water fill and high-pressure washThe BM1200/30-2’s centrally down systems, an electrical diesel mounted cutting drum eliminates the pump for refueling, a compressed air need to move the right rear track The BM1200/30-2’s centrally mounted cutting drum eliminates the need to move the right rear system, and a hydraulically folding away from the cut line, providing the track away from the cut line, providing the machine with improved overall balance. operator’s station canopy complete machine with improved overall balwith front and rear windscreens. Featuring a centrally located “over-the- ing added visibility of the cutting drum’s ance. Compared with other units, the For more information, call 309/853-3571 BM1200/30-2’s cutting drum makes it pos- cut” operator’s position, the BM1200/30-2 leading edge and the line or curb to be fol- or visit www.bomag.com/us. (This story also can be found on sible to use a much shorter take-off belt, offers increased job site visibility. lowed during the cut. User-friendly controls resulting in lower maintenance costs and Furthermore, the operator’s seat can slide make the mill easy to operate either via the Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at more uptime, according to the manufacturer. out over the right edge of the machine, offer- operator’s station or from ground level with www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
McNeilus Sells 40 Bridgemaster Mixers to Argos USA McNeilus Companies Inc., an matic transmission, an anti-roll stability Oshkosh Corporation company, has system, and wireless mixer controls. sold 40 McNeilus Bridgemaster readyEngineered with both the operator mix trucks to Argos USA based in and the service team in mind, the Houston, Texas. The vehicles feature McNeilus NGEN CNG system is McNeilus’ next generation (NGEN) designed for the rugged ready-mix concompressed natural gas (CNG) configcrete environment. The plumbing sysuration that is engineered and fully tem is built with CNC-formed hightested at the McNeilus campus. The pressure lines, compression fittings, vehicles will be delivered beginning and fewer connection points to deliver this spring. more consistent and reliable fuel flow. “These 40 McNeilus Bridgemaster The lightweight, natural gas vehicle trucks are the first-ever CNG trucks (NGV) Type 4 tanks and long-lasting purchased by Argos worldwide, and fuel storage pods feature all-aluminum the purchase reflects our management tank covers. The fuel control module is team’s commitment to go green,” said designed for either fast-filling or timeDaryl Mizell, Argos USA sourcing McNeilus has sold 40 McNeilus Bridgemaster ready-mix trucks to Argos USA based in filling to fit customer preferences. manager. “We challenged several man- Houston. The trucks feature an integrated McNeilus next generation (NGEN) compressed Argos USA employs more than ufacturers to present a well-configured natural gas (CNG) installation that is fully tested at the factory. Pictured here is a diesel- 2,300 people at its offices and 238 conCNG ready-mix vehicle to us. After powered vehicle. crete plant locations, three cement careful deliberation, we determined plants and grinding stations, and 10 CNG power on more than 8,000 trucks in cement terminals. These facilities are located that the McNeilus CNG package is the best overnight. “Argos USA carries an excellent reputa- the field, and that experience translates to in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, one available at this time.” Twenty of the vehicles are bound for tion for high-quality cement and concrete alternative-fuel systems that work hard for Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Argos operations in Houston, and the products and services, and we’re thrilled to our customers.” Texas and Virginia. The identical mixer vehicles are a fiveremaining 20 will be delivered to facilities be chosen to engineer and build their firstFor more information, visit www.argosjust outside of Dallas. Argos is constructing ever CNG mixer trucks,” said Brad Nelson, axle configuration, outfitted with an 11-cu. us.com or www.mcneiluscompanies.com. dedicated fueling stations — each with 25 Oshkosh Corporation senior vice president yd. McNeilus drum and Bridgemaster tag (This story also can be found on fill posts — at both locations. The trucks will and president of the commercial business axle. Each of the trucks features a 60 diesel Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at plug in at the end of each shift and time-fill segment. “We’ve engineered and installed gallon equivalent (DGE) fuel tank, an auto- www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Call a Dealer Near You
Monroe Tractor www.monroetractor.com Rochester, NY 866-683-5338 Binghamton, NY 607-754-6570 Buffalo, NY 800-834-9606 Elmira, NY 607-739-8741 Syracuse, NY 800-287-5286
Contractors Sales Co. 121 Karner Road Albany, NY 12212-2010 (888) 469-5479 F(518) 456-8600 www.contractorssales.com
Stephenson Equipment, Inc Harrisburg, PA 800-325-6455 www.stephensonequipment.com Lancaster, PA 877-503-4307 Wilkes-Barre, PA 866-667-6756 Pittsburgh, PA 800-692-7600
Construction Crane & Tractor, Inc. 545 Hook Road Folcroft, PA 19032 610-586-2710 F610-586-2740 www.constructioncraneandtractor.com 300A Randolphville Road Piscataway, NJ 08855 732-752-2828 F732-752-1188
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pavING Gehl Power BoxÂŽ Asphalt Pavers deliver a quick paving job, leading to repeat business and referrals. â€˘ Paving widths from 4 to 13 feet â€˘ Paving depths adjustable to 6 inches â€˘ Speeds as high as 130 fpm â€˘ Direct-drive track system is self-adjusting with a hydraulic cylinder â€˘ Exhaust and/or propane heated screed â€˘ ,QÂżQLWH FRQWURO RYHU WUDYHO VSHHG PDWFKLQJ any paving condition (model 1648)
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Construction & Industrial Equipment Corp. 200 Route 17 South Lodi, NJ 07644 201/845-6800 www.constructionindustrial.com
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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
A. Montano Co, Inc. 571 Route 212 Saugerties, NY 12477 845/247-0206 Fax: 845/247-9321
Trico Equipment Services LLC 551 N. Harding Highway Vineland, NJ 08630 800-874-2650 212 Monmouth Rd. Freehold, NJ 07728 800-874-2659 200 Bomont Place Totowa, NJ 07512 800-558-7426 www.tricoequipment.com
Midlantic Machinery 2240 Bethlehem Pike Hatfield, PA 19440 215-822-0145 Fax: 215-822-7971
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Hamm Rubber-Tired Roller Offers Tier IV Technology The GRW 280i series of pneumatic compactors from Hamm incorporates Tier IV-interim emissions technology in a variety of weights for every application. The new GRW 280i pneumatic or rubber-tired roller was introduced at Bauma 2013. The GRW 280i updates the pneumatic roller with subtle design changes and new engines complying with EPA Tier IVi emissions controls. While each model can be acquired in its own weight, the revised ballast compartment allows users to vary the operating weight even more easily and flexibly than before, according to the manufacturer. New technical details include prefitting for its high-speed tire inflation system A standard oil service valve for lossless oil change ensures improved environmental protection. In the operator’s workplace, instead of the previous setup with two seats, the new GRW offers one comfortable, adjustable seat and thus maximum freedom of movement. Hamm’s GRW 280i rubber wheeled roller platform offers enhanced compacting quality, plenty of driving comfort, good visibility conditions, and the highest of safety standards, according to the manufacturer. Viewing channels in the frame structure offer a view of the edges and the tires of the outer wheels and a novel suspension of the front wheels allows for an uninterrupted view towards the front. The new GRW 280i’s operator’s platform rests in a versatile position, on a newly designed, asymmetrical frame. Innovations with respect to ballasting, drive concept and operating philosophy are not visible from the exterior, but their effects are evident as they make compacting better and more convenient. A single driver’s seat — which optionally can be moved and pivoted at the side towards the machine’s outer edges and along with the console — has replaced two seats, two steering wheels and two control consoles in older models, which could restrict freedom of movement.
The GRW 280i updates the pneumatic roller with subtle design changes and new engines complying with EPA Tier IVi emissions controls.
Operation and display elements are positioned on the console, and thus always are in the driver’s field of vision. Also, the speed is no longer controlled by an accelerator pedal in the foot space; in the GRW series it’s controlled by joysticks, which signifies a considerable boost in convenience for the driver. In total, this operating concept corresponds to that of a tandem roller. Thus, cost-effectiveness is increased because in the future, operators can switch flexibly between roller types without any adaptation time. Higher Speeds for Transport, Compaction A hydrostatic rear-axle drive for the GRW 280i allows for higher speeds during transport and compaction. To match it, the newly conceived steered axle at the front with disk brakes ensures the necessary braking force and thus considerable safety when braking suddenly, even with maximum load. In total, sensitive control of the rear axle and an extraordinarily good view of the site and the wheels’ edges enable high compaction
quality. The operator’s platform — with enveloping ROPS — is located in front of the center of the machine, while the Deutz 114-hp, Tier IVicompliant engine is situated in the rear of the machine. This ensures a view of all relevant points. The view of the area directly in front of the front axle also is unobstructed. There, hydraulic cylinders for level compensation of the front suspension used to protrude out of the frame into the driver’s field of vision. They have been replaced with two swing arms between the front pairs of wheels, which require very little space and are not visible to the driver. The track offset between the front and rear wheelsets is one of the basic features of pneumatic rollers. Hamm utilized this fact in the design of the new GRW and designed the machine frame in symmetry with the wheelsets. This intelligent design offers one crucial advantage because, for the first time ever, the driver can see the wheels on all outer sides. Moreover, viewing channels in the frame structure offer a view of the
tires of the outer wheels. These viewing channels are illuminated to ease work at night. Flexible Weight Loading The new GRW 280i rubber wheeled roller is being launched in the market with various basic weight ratings. The machines can accommodate different amounts of ballast depending on the basic weight. The outer dimensions are identical for all variants. Rubber-tired rollers need to be able to have their weight modified swiftly and easily. To this end the GRW 280i offers large ballast spaces between the wheelsets, and a serrated frame that is open in the downward direction. It can be filled with steel or concrete using a forklift truck. And regardless of how much ballast a GRW 280i carries, due to the intelligent ballasting system, the distribution of weight to the front and rear axles always remains constant. The generously dimensioned brake system ensures the higherthan-average safety standard during driving. When the machine is idle, the access steps to the cab
afford additional safety. They are integrated in the outer contour and can be folded out. Thus, they offer convenient and safe access to the maintenance platform next to the engine. In this position, they lie on the outer contour, but constitute a visual interference contour. As a result, after completing maintenance work, the operator is reminded to swivel the access steps back into position. At the same time, the maintenance accesses, which would otherwise have to be carried along separately, are eliminated. Hamm also has made provisions for efficient maintenance, as all maintenance points are on the engine’s right-hand side. No matter how much the version of the GRW 280i weighs, its machine height is always under 10 ft. (3 m). This not only simplifies transport on a low-bed trailer, but also working under bridges, protrusions or other overhangs. For more information, visit www.wirtgenamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Staten Island Branch 331 Edward Curry Ave. Staten Island, NY 10314 (718)889-0105
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Solutions Offered for Inadequate Density Problems PAVEMENT from page 55
issues associated with trucking as well as material and thermal segregation. One MTV manufacturer, Roadtec, offers a solution — its uniform remixing auger. The antisegregation auger employs three different pitches that get progressively bigger towards the center of the MTV. This triple-pitch flighting allows for additional material to enter the auger area each time the pitch is increased resulting in thorough remixing. Additionally, the Roadtec MTV1000 material transfer vehicle offers another innovation — an offset gravity transfer, which is designed to provide reblending of asphalt materials just before they are delivered to the paver, which is engineered to eliminate truck-end segregation and allow for continuous in-line paving. The Roadtec MTVs also have optional windrow attachments that can pick up material from the windrow and deliver it to the paver properly mixed and
Roadtec has two versions of Shuttle Buggy MTV’s.
at the right temperature through its process. Roadtec invented the concept of material transfer vehicles in 1989 and currently offers three asphalt remixing devices, representing three different sizes: the SB2500e/ex shuttle buggy MTV, the SB-1500 shuttle buggy MTV, and the MTV-1000 material transfer vehicle. The SB-2500e/ex features a 25-ton (22.7 t) surge capacity and weighs 78,000 lbs. (35,380 kg). The SB-1500 can store up to 15 tons (13.6 t) of asphalt mix and
weighs 62,500 lbs. (28,350 kg). And the smaller MTV-1000 weighs 50,000 lbs. (22,680 kg) and can handle up to 10 tons (9 t) of asphalt mix. The Roadtec SB-2500e/ex has recently received what the company refers to as upgrades, which include the addition of bindicators, devices which show the paving crew exactly how much mix remains in the hopper, a Tier IV diesel engine for North America, enhanced conveyor wear resistance, which is intended to lower
Chicago Pneumatic Asphalt Roller Recognized for 2013 Top Rollouts Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment was awarded the Better Roads 2013 Best New Products Top Rollouts for its AR90G small articulated tandem asphalt roller. Better Roads receives hundreds of applications each year for the award and picks 25 products that stuck out the most to the editors of the magazine. The candidates for the top rollouts award were judged on the following categories: industry significance, ingenuity, filling of a market need and/or an eye-catching product. The AR90G is part of a complete line of compact asphalt rollers and soil compactors entering the United States in 2013 and offers a larger-scale complement to the popular line of Chicago Pneumatic light compaction line. “We are very excited the AR90G asphalt roller received the award for one of the 2013 top rollouts,” said John Vogel, executive
vice president of Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment. “It’s a product we are very proud of and thrilled that a publication like Better Roads thinks so highly of it, as well.” The gasoline-powered AR90G features vibration on the front drum, with drive on both the front and rear drums. Utilized primarily for small-scale compaction work like patching, bicycle paths, small parking lots, and driveways, the articulated tandem asphalt rollers are designed for easy transport and operator usability. The entire line of newly released rollers to the North American marketplace is engineered with operator comfort in mind, featuring spacious platforms, and ergonomically positioned steps. Shock mounts and a sliding operator seat also comes standard on the roller models. The sleek, legible instrument panel includes a warning panel and
a fuel gauge to reduce incidents on the job site. For more information, visit www.cp.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
The candidates for the top rollouts award were judged on the following categories: industry significance, ingenuity, filling of a market need and/or an eye-catching product.
operating costs, an adjustable width front hopper to make it compatible with truck widths commonly used in countries outside the United States, and the machine’s dual operator stations can now slide sideways past the outer edge of the main frame, which is deigned to improve visibility. Back in the 1980’s, Roadtec engineers had been inspired by pavement failure studies that had been conducted and which showed the significant causes were material segregation. The company’s R&D staff looked at HMA at job sites with infrared camera and saw dramatic temperature differential in the mix, even when haul distances were short. The research showed that non-uniform compaction, raveling and stripping could be directly traced back to the temperature differential. There are two technical papers researched and written by Roadtec technical staff entitled “Segregation: Causes and Cures” and “Temperature S e g r e g a t i o n / Te m p e r a t u r e Differential Damage.” The docu-
ments can be found as free downloads on the Roadtec Web site as part of the product information on the SB-2500e/ex shuttle buggy MTV. The original concept of the MTV still holds today, as it did 25 years ago: a machine to “shuttle” HMA between the haul truck and the paver in order to provide an uninterrupted supply to keep the paver productive. The ability to have nonstop paving can reduce problems of temperature differentials and aggregate segregation, thus leading to a much smoother, more durable finished paved surface. The emergence of both the windrow elevator MTV and the surge volume/remixing MTV are clearly benefiting paving contractors as they pursue smooth, durable paved surfaces that meet the stringent quality standards that they face today. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
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Serving the Asphalt Industry for 25 Years 1998 Caterpillar PS150B Roller, 9 wheel rubber tire, Cat 3054 diesel engine, hydrostatic drive, water system, scrapers, ROPS, Good tires
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2009 Hamm HD14VV Roller, 54" double drum vibratory, hydrostatic drive, double drum drive, water system, scrapers, Hatz 40 hp water cooled diesel engine, ROPS
2009 Omni 318 Screed, 10 - 18 1/2 ft, electric heat, power crown & slope, power up & down screed extensions, fits PF 6160, 6170, 6110
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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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CHADWICK-BaROSS Westbrook, ME • 207/854-8411 Bangor, ME • 207/942-4838 Caribou, ME • 207/498-2547 Concord, NH • 603/224-4063
MALVESE EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Hicksville, NY • 516/681-7600 Riverhead, NY • 631/369-1147
HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO. Harrisburg, PA • 717/564-3031 Drums, PA • 570/788-1127 Ephrata, PA • 717/859-3132 Lock Haven, PA • 570/769-1070
VANTAGE EQUIPMENT Latham, NY • 518/220-9500 Batavia, NY • 585/344-1931 Syracuse, NY • 315/437-2611
MCCLUNG-LOGAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC Baltimore, MD • 410/242-6500 Richmond • 804/266-0000 Manassas, VA • 703/393-7344 Roanoke, VA • 540/989-3750 Winchester, VA • 540/722-3700 Wise, VA • 276/328-8027 Chesapeake • 757/485-3314 Bridgeville, DE • 800/638-6012 11:57:46 AM
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TYLER EQUIPMENT CORP. East Longmeadow, MA • 413/525-6351 Berlin, CT • 860/356-0840 www.tylerequipment.com
RUDD EQUIPMENT COMPANY Pittsburgh, PA • 412/741-1731 Clearfield, PA • 814/765-8500 Charleston, WV • 304/755-7788
PENN JERSEY MACHINERY Deptford NJ • 856/227-6400 Frenchtown NJ • 908/824-4200 Lionville PA • 610/363-9200 Staten Island, NY • 718/889-0105
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CHADWICK-BaROSS Westbrook, ME • 207/854-8411 Bangor, ME • 207/942-4838 Caribou, ME • 207/498-2547 Concord, NH • 603/224-4063
MALVESE EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Hicksville, NY • 516/681-7600 Riverhead, NY • 631/369-1147
HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO. Harrisburg, PA • 717/564-3031 Drums, PA • 570/788-1127 Ephrata, PA • 717/859-3132 Lock Haven, PA • 570/769-1070
VANTAGE EQUIPMENT Latham, NY • 518/220-9500 Batavia, NY • 585/344-1931 Syracuse, NY • 315/437-2611
MCCLUNG-LOGAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC Baltimore, MD • 410/242-6500 Richmond • 804/266-0000 Manassas, VA • 703/393-7344 Roanoke, VA • 540/989-3750 Winchester, VA • 540/722-3700 Wise, VA • 276/328-8027 Chesapeake • 757/485-3314 Bridgeville, DE • 800/638-6012 11:57:46 AM
WOODCO MACHINERY Woburn, MA • 781/935-3377 www.woodcomachinery.com
TYLER EQUIPMENT CORP. East Longmeadow, MA • 413/525-6351 Berlin, CT • 860/356-0840 www.tylerequipment.com
RUDD EQUIPMENT COMPANY Pittsburgh, PA • 412/741-1731 Clearfield, PA • 814/765-8500 Charleston, WV • 304/755-7788
PENN JERSEY MACHINERY Deptford NJ • 856/227-6400 Frenchtown NJ • 908/824-4200 Lionville PA • 610/363-9200 Staten Island, NY • 718/889-0105
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Generator Setup Hz (kW)
Boom ft. (m)
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LSC L20 LS L6 L8
ALLMAND Maxi-Lite II V-Series
30 25.3 (7.67) 30 (9) 30 (9) 30 (9)
Night-Lite Pro II V-Series
Kohler KDW 1003 Kubota D1005 BG Kubota D1105 BG Cat C1.1
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Kubota Kubota Kubota Kubota Kubota
Kohler KDW 1003 Kubota D1005 BG Kubota D1105 BG Cat C1.1
60 (7.5) 60 (8) 60 (8) 60 (11)
) Kubota D1005BG 25.5 (7.6 Kubota D1105BG CAT C1.1 CAT C1.5
Maxi-Lite II ML 20 V-Series
Night-Lite Pro II
4 (optional 6) 4 4 4 (optional 6)
4 4 4 4 4 4
30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1)
120 120/240 120/ 240 120/240 120/240
167.5 (425.5) 132.76 (337.2) 175 (444.5) 182 (462.3) 182 (462.3)
49 (124.5) 77.3 (196.3) 49 (124.5) 79 (200.7) 79 (200.7)
5.7 (1.7) 8.25 (2.5) 5.8 (1.8) 7.4 (23) 7.4 (23)
60 (15, 20)
60 (7.5) 60 (7.5) 60 (8) 60 (8)
60 (7.5) 60 (7.5) 60 (8) 60 (8)
60 (6) 60 (6) 60 (6) 60 (6) 60 (8) 60 (8)
120/240 120/240 120/240 120/240 120/240 120/240
14.2 (4.3) 15.0 (4.6) 14.8 (4.5) 14.8 (4.5) 14.8 (4.5) 14.8 (4.5)
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Atlas Copco Launches XATS Wacker Neuson Introduces 1050 Portable Compressor Vertical Mast Light Towers
The XATS 1050 produces 1050 cfm of free air delivery at an operating pressure of 150 psi, or 950 cfm at 200 psi. This dual rating system ensures flexibility for a range of applications.
Atlas Copco Portable Energy has announced the XATS 1050, a portable compressor that offers a flexible output with variable pressure and flow settings. The XATS 1050 produces 1,050 cfm of free air delivery at an operating pressure of 150 psi, or 950 cfm at 200 psi. This dual rating system ensures flexibility for a range of applications. It improves utilization rates and return on investment for the rental industry where application flexibility is paramount. Even though the XATS 1050 contains two ratings in one unit, it remains easy to use. The operator sets the pressure and the engine automatically responds with the appropriate airflow. The XATS 1050 features a new design that incorporates a spillage-free frame and a compact tandem axle enclosure to ensure maximum portability and flexibility at the job site. As an option, customers can select from a
John Deere 6090 or Cat C9.3 engine for compliance with Tier IV Final requirements for the North American market or Tier III for other locations. “The new XATS 1050 gives our customers with demanding jobs such as foundation drilling and industrial sandblasting the flexibility and power that they need for their daily operations,” said Robert Johnston, factory product manager, Atlas Copco Portable Energy. “This new model will shortly be joined by the XAS 1150, which incorporates the same benefits while producing 1150 cfm at 100 psi operating pressure.” The XATS 1050 will be available to order in the fourth quarter of 2014. For more information, call 800/732-6762 or visit www.atlascopco.us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Wacker Neuson is expanding its light tower line with the addition of two models designed for faster set-up time and easier operation. The LTN 6KV and LTN 8KV are trailer-mounted vertical mast light towers. The vertical mast is made of nine robust sections that can be easily raised and lowered in about 20 seconds by the push of a button. The hydraulically activated telescoping mast collapses while remaining in the vertical position, eliminating the tower overhang off the back of the trailer. This design decreases the total length of the unit, maximizing the number of machines that can fit on a standard shipping truck and in a rental storage space. The new LTN 6KV and LTN 8KV are narrow body light towers that are ideally suited whenever nighttime needs to be converted to daylight. The mast extends 28 ft. (8.5 m) and retracts to just 7 ft. (2.m), lowering the center of gravity, allowing for more balanced towing, and making the light fixtures more easily accessible to rotate. The mast is designed with pulleys on alternating sides, creating a very straight and sturdy tower during operation. The light bar rotates 360-degrees and holds four elliptical light fixtures with 1000 watt metal halide lamps that can be easily directed to offer increased job site illumination. The new light bar design also gives the user additional range of motion on all four light fixtures, allowing usage in reduced glare applications such as highway construction. Wacker Neuson light towers offer quiet operation with sound levels as low as 67 dB(A) at 23 ft. (7 m), which provides for maximum versatility for almost any application. A large, 32.5 gal. (123 L) fuel tank allows for continuous lighting/run time over several nights of operation without refueling. Four-point jack stands provide for easy leveling, stability on uneven terrain and superi-
The new LTN 6KV and LTN 8KV are narrow body light towers that are ideally suited whenever nighttime needs to be converted to daylight.
or wind stability. Lockable full length, high impact polyethylene side doors are dent and rust proof and provide maximum accessibility for easy servicing and durability for any job site application, according to the manufacturers. The LTN 6KV and LTN 8KV utilize many of the same components that the current standard light towers use, including the same uni-body stamped frame, lights, ballasts, engines, and generators. The LTN 6KV is powered by a 13.1 Kubota diesel engine and offers a 6 kW generator. The LTN 8KV is powered by a 15.4 hp Kubota engine and offers an 8 kW generator. Like the standard light towers, the vertical mast light towers also give customers the flexibility to customize their light tower by choosing from an extensive list of factory installed options, including a cold weather package. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Kohler Launches New Lineup of Mobile Generators Kohler Power Systems’ new line of mobile generators offers customers more choice in terms of power output and customization, allowing Kohler distributors to tailor a solution to suit customer requirements and price point. Kohler’s new mobile generator line also includes a propane-powered mobile generator with on-board fuel storage capacity. Kohler’s entire range of the new line will include 11 diesel gensets ranging from 35 to 680 kVA and four liquid-propane gensets ranging from 30 to 125 kVA. Engineered to provide reliable power in any situation, Kohler’s mobile diesel generators are Tier IV Final-compliant featuring the Kohler KDI engine (35 to 70 kVA models). The propanefueled gensets will reduce users’ fuel costs by 15 to 20 percent, according to the manufacturer. “Kohler Power System products are engineered to exceed standard expectations, and our new line of mobile generators offers users a tough, reliable power source in any circumstance,” said Steve Zielke, Kohler Power Systems marketing manager. “Making sure each customer has the right equipment is important, and we pride ourselves on our ability to understand customer needs and guide them through their power support specification process. Our new line of mobile generators offers users a choice of fuel, a wide range of engine sizes, and custom receptacle connectors, fuel tanks and paint or decal packages. With Kohler’s new line of mobile generators, customers get a trusted power source they know will work for a long time in all environments.” Kohler will execute a staggered release of 15 nodes from February through June 2015. The four propane-fueled models are eligible
All mobile generators also include the Kohler Decision-Maker 3500 digital controller, which enables easy paralleling of two generators. The Kohler 125REZGT is a propane-fueled mobile generator with an on-board LP tank. Users working in areas without an LP gas supply can opt for the on-board tank and then switch to an onsite supply when working in areas with an LP gas connection. The on-board LP tank is built for a 24-hour run time while connection to an external LP or natural gas supply offers extended usage. In addition to being cheaper than diesel, LP gas burns cleaner so these Kohler mobile generators produce fewer toxins and less smogproducing carbon monoxide, and will flash to vapor at atmospheric pressure, which reduces the risk of accidents from fuel spills. These mobile gensets also can be customized with optional add-ons like cam-locks and a voltage selector switch. For the new Kohler mobile generators, servicing is easier due to the enclosure, which offers straightforward access to all parts without disconnecting any wires or parts. In addition, Kohler mobile generators include a fluid containment system to collect any leaking engine fluids to ease use and repair. All Kohler generators come with a standard three-year warranty managed through a service network of more than 10,000 dealers across the United States dedicated to meeting the needs of commercial and residential customers. For more information, visit www.kohlerpower.com.
Kohler’s entire range of the new line will include 11 diesel gensets ranging from 35 to 680 kVA and four liquidpropane gensets ranging from 30 to 125 kVA.
for incentives of $1,000 to $8,500 from the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC), making a move to efficient, environmentally friendly propane very attractive. “Propane continues to be more widely recognized as an efficient, low-carbon, alternative fuel for residential and commercial applications, commercial mowing, and fueling engines,” said Tucker Perkins, PERC’s chief business development officer. “Now, with Kohler’s new product line, construction professionals will have the option to rent or purchase durable, propane-fueled portable generators that offer reliable performance while producing fewer emissions. And, due to the valuable incentives available from PERC, it’s more affordable for contractors to integrate this type of greener, more sustain-
able equipment into their daily operations.” Kohler’s 45REOZT4 (45 kVA) dieselpowered genset, which is Tier IV Final-compliant and ideally sized for rental companies, features the KOHLER KDI (Kohler direct injection) 2.4L diesel engine that does not require a diesel particulate filter, which means it produces EPA-compliant power in a smaller space. It can be mounted to a standard wheeled trailer with an electric braking system or fitted on a dragable field skid when mobility is not a concern. Upon release, all diesel models will have tanks built for 24-hour run times, a two-way valve to easily transition to external fuel tanks, and a voltage selector switch option (three-voltage-position switch for models up to 485 kVA, two positions for the 680 kVA model).
(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Sullair Portable Lines Utilize EPA Compliant Technology To meet the new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Tier-IV standard, Sullair has redesigned its line of portable air compressors utilizing advanced emission control technology for compliance with these guidelines. Decreasing exhaust emissions and sulfur levels by as much as 99 percent, the new line of compressors offers a cleaner alternative to the older Tier-II or Tier-III products. Like all Sullair products, the new Tier-IV 1600 family of portable air compressors
was designed for total accessibility and reliability, according to the manufacturer. With the goal of making dependable, quality products accessible at every level, Sullair also has the Sullair Certified REMAN Program. The REMAN program is a factory authorized remanufacturing program for Sullair 1600H AF portable air compressors, featuring genuine OEM parts. Unlike a refurbishing program in which parts are only
replaced once they become unusable, the REMAN program begins with a fully disassembled Sullair used air compressor core and requires each component to undergo a thorough inspection process. Following inspection, parts are cleaned, serviced or replaced to ensure that each component meets the same high standards as new Sullair products. As a result, Sullair Certified REMAN compressors perform like new, and come with the same factory warranty as a new
Sullair air compressor. “Customers wanting to avoid the hassle of selling their old machinery or hoping to extend the life of their rental fleets can now consider our new REMAN program as an economically savvy option,” said Carrie-Ann Flank, general manager-portables of Sullair. “Certified REMAN compressors run like new and help our customers avoid rental revenue loss with less downtime.” Flank also emphasized that REMAN air
compressors undergo the same rigorous testing and quality control as new Sullair air compressors, and “eliminate the need for additional service technicians or end user training on new Tier-IV machines.” For more information, call 219/879-5451 or visit www.sullair.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Doosan Portable Power Debuts Tier IV Final Compressors Doosan Portable Power is introbenefit from a cool-box design that ducing two new models of Tier IV improves performance when operFinal air compressors. ating in high ambient conditions, The HP750WCU and eliminating long cool-down periods XP825WCU are fully Tier IV and extending the service life of the Final-compliant large air compresmachine, according to the manusors, and are powered by a facturer. Cummins QSB6.7 Tier IV Final A large fuel tank offers nine engine. hours of runtime at full load. A diesel oxidation catalyst Placement of the fuel tank over the (DOC) and selective catalyst reducaxles provides better balance when tion (SCR) aftertreatment system lifting or towing, regardless of fuel has replaced the diesel particulate levels. Towing is further improved filter (DPF) system used in previby heavy-duty tandem axle trailers ous Tier IV interim models, making and 7-gauge steel fenders for relithese machines virtually mainteable, stress-tested transport. nance-free, according to the manuProductivity is maximized by a facturer. full-color digital display that puts “By combining the latest engine the operator in complete control, technology with easy-to-use, easyeliminating the need for continual to-maintain features and a compact machine monitoring. Back-lit LED footprint, the HP750 and XP825 gauges provide instant access to are engineered to deliver the power The HP750WCU and XP825WCU are fully Tier IV Final-compliant large air compressors, and are critical information needed to optiand versatility needed to meet the powered by a Cummins QSB6.7 Tier IV Final engine. mize uptime and ensure efficient demands of challenging job site machine operation. conditions,” said Rus Warner, manager, global air products, Doosan Portable Power. Side-by-side oil coolers allow for easy cleaning, while wide service doors provide safe Producing 750 cu. ft. per minute (cfm) at a rated operating pressure of 150 lbs. per square access to routine service points. in. (psi), and 825 cfm and 125 psi, respectively, the HP750 and XP825 are practical for genFor more information, visit doosanportablepower.com. eral construction, abrasive blasting, or pipeline pressure testing (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at Not only do the HP750 and XP825 sport high-performing engines, but both models also www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Hipower Systems Debuts New Lineup of Generators Hipower Systems, a manufacturer of power-generation and power distribution equipment worldwide, has debuted a new line of natural gas generators, including the HRNG-165, HRNG-230, HRNG-300 and HRNG-430 models. The company also announced a new line of customizable cold pack-equipped generators, which are specially outfitted to withstand the rigors of temperatures from 32F to as low as minus 50F. Although well-suited to all outdoor job sites, these generators and packages perform especially well on construction sites operating under extreme conditions. Hipower Systems designed these portable units with superior durability and reliability, making them a perfect choice for demanding construction sites with varying load needs. The use of natural gas as the fuel source reduces emissions and helps construction contractors meet any local, state and national emissions compliance requirements. Generator sets are powered by a radiator-cooled, long-life, heavy duty, industrial PSI-HD gaseous engine driving a single bearing, four-pole, threephase alternator, with IP23 protection. These engines are capable of full rated load acceptance in one step and meet current Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) non-road exhaust emission regulations.
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This HRNG model is shown with a heavy duty sub base.
Enclosure Fully sound attenuated enclosure, fabricated in 11-gauge steel, powder coated with finish that exceeds 1000-hr salt spray test, curved edges, minimum outside fasteners. • Ample layer of durable sound insulating material placed all around the inside of the container, doors and ducting with metal retainer frames. Can be cleaned by high-pressure water and is oil and fire resistant. • Vertical air discharge for quiet operation. • Wide, steel lockable access doors with rubber seals for easy access by all maintenance personnel and any necessary service by technicians. Stainless steel hinges, hardware and fasteners resist corrosion. Controls Digital control panel to operate all manual and automatic start and stop features. Many programmable automatic functions for local and remote controls with LED lights, tamper proof engine hour recorder with analog meters: voltmeter and switch, three (3) ammeters, Hz meter, fuel gauge and battery charger. In the event a primary generator fails, Hipower generators can offer redundancy systems through paralleling switchgear installed on board, and operations can continue without a hitch. A variety of optional equipment, including a voltage selector switch and an array of power distribution add-ons, make these units extremely versatile, according to the manufacturer.
Cold Pack Generator Packages These packages ensure warm generator starts, greatly reducing engine stress and wear and battery demand. They also help operators surmount the considerable challenge of keeping generators running in cold temperatures. Hipower Systems, which always recommends winter packs where generators will be running at 32F or below, incorporates a variety of options into its custom-designed winter packs, based upon anticipated operating conditions:
Battery Warmer — Battery warmers enclose generator batteries in a thermal wrap which keeps the battery at a constant 80F, boosting cranking power by as much as 75 percent and prolonging battery life. Block Heater — Installed on the coolant circuit, block heaters keep the engine’s coolant warm enough to enable the unit to start and attain/maintain the required load immediately. Hydronic Coolant Heater — The hydronic coolant heater gradually raises the engine’s coolant temperature, assuring even heating of the engine block. Powered by the generator’s own fuel and power supply, they can operate no matter where the generator is located. Control Panel Box Heater — These heaters maintain temperatures inside enclosures above a minimum setting, prevent damage to sensitive control panel electronics that comes from the condensation that occurs under certain conditions. Dumper Louvers — A low-leak, Class 1A (International Energy Conservation Code), extruded aluminum damper designed with airfoil blades for higher velocity and pressure HVAC systems. The thermostat-activated louver system with electronic stall protection opens and closes as needed to maintain an optimum operating temperature inside the generator enclosure. Exterior Louvers — Installed on the roof of a generator enclosure, these louvers open and close based on the coolant temperature of the engine. This approach allows the engine to cool properly while keeping the enclosure temperature sufficiently warm. Snow Hood Kit — Snow hoods are specially designed coverings that prevent snow accumulation inside the generator enclosure. With the snow hood kit, Hipower Systems also can relocate the air exhaust if necessary to prevent snow intrusion into the exhaust pipe without restricting air flow. About Hipower Systems Hipower Systems (the U.S. subsidiary of Himoinsa, S.L.) is the principal supplier of power distribution and prime, standalone power-generation equipment and packages to the United States and Canadian markets, serving the residential, commercial and industrial sectors including the agriculture, telecommunications, heath care and oil and gas industries. The company builds and customizes diesel generators from 8 kW to 3 mW and natural gas generators or alternative fuel/bi-fuel sets from 20 to 400 kW with a complete range of accessories, including automatic transfer switches, paralleling switchgear, UL tanks, enclosures and power distribution equipment. For more information, visit www.hipowersystems.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Partnership Adds Diesel Tech/Komatsu Program at NDSCS Representatives of North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS), Komatsu America Corp., General Equipment & Supplies Inc. and Road Machinery & Supplies Co. announced an educational partnership resulting in the addition of a Diesel Technology — Komatsu program to the NDSCS Diesel Technology department. Through this partnership, students will receive technical training on Komatsu construction equipment and related products. A combination of classroom instruction, hands-on laboratory instruction and cooperative educational work experience at participating Komatsu dealerships, like General Equipment & Supplies Inc. and Road Machinery & Supplies Co., will provide students with extensive experience servicing Komatsu equipment. “We are pleased to add Komatsu to our reputable list of partners and value their contributions to this program,” said John Richman, NDSCS president. “With the recent completion of our $10.3 million diesel educational facility expansion, the time is right to add this highly technical Diesel Technology — Komatsu program.” The Diesel Technology — Komatsu program will be taught in Bisek Hall located in Wahpeton, N.D., beginning August 2014. Graduates of the program will earn an Associate in Applied Science degree (A.A.S.) designed to develop technically competent, professional service technicians. “NDSCS has been pivotal in making this partnership happen,” said Don Shilling, president of General Equipment & Supplies. “The need for highly educated diesel technicians continues to grow. In fact, we could easily hire a dozen technicians right now throughout our locations in North Dakota, Minnesota and South Dakota.” Through scholarship assistance, program costs associated with tuition, fees and supplies may be reimbursed up to 90 percent depending on a student’s grade point average (GPA). “We are excited to have our first batch of students starting at General Equipment & Supplies Inc. to officially launch this program,” said Shilling. “We anticipate even more interest as our recruiters visit high schools throughout the region to share about this high-tech program.” For more information, call 800/342-4325 or visit www.ndscs.edu/komatsu. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Cummins Vice President Jeff Jones to Retire; Company Names Successor
Central Equipment Company P.O. Box 261 45 Dempsey-Greaves Lane Stillwater, ME 04489 207-827-6193 Fax: 207-827-3774 54 Old Canal Way Gorham, ME www.centralequipmentllc.com
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Jeff Jones, vice president — North American engine business and marketing communications, will retire from the company on June 30, 2014.
Amy Boerger will be responsible for national accounts, field sales and support and the North American on- and off-highway OEM business.
Cummins Inc. announced that Jeff Jones, vice president — North American engine business and marketing communications, will retire from the company on June 30, 2014. “While we are excited for Jeff as he heads toward a welldeserved retirement, the company will miss his leadership,” said Rich Freeland, president — engine business, and vice president — Cummins Inc. “Jeff has had a tremendous impact throughout his career on countless Cummins customers, employees and the North American truck industry as a whole.” Jones joined Cummins in 1977 as a regional service manager, after beginning his career as an application engineer at General Motors. From early in his Cummins career, Jones has worked in customer-facing roles, including service, field sales and support, OEM account management, market communications and national accounts. “I am extremely grateful to have spent 37 years with this great company, and am honored to have helped Cummins achieve its leading position in North America,” Jones said. “More than anything else, I will miss working with my industry colleagues and customers, as well as the many talented employees at Cummins.” Succeeding Jones in the leadership of the North American Engine Business will be Amy Boerger. In her new role,
Lori Thompson will assume a new position as vice president — engine business marketing, and will have responsibility for global marketing, marketing communications and emerging-growth opportunities.
Boerger will be responsible for national accounts, field sales and support and the North American on- and off-highway OEM business. Boerger joined Cummins in 1984. During her 30-year career, she has held roles in automotive marketing, field sales and service, OEM account management and Cummins Emission Solutions aftermarket business. Boerger most recently served as general manager — field sales and support. Lori Thompson will assume a new position as vice president — engine business marketing, and will have responsibility for global marketing, marketing communications and emerging-growth opportunities. Her most recent position was vice president — truck and bus engine business. She joined Cummins in 1979 as a planning specialist, and has held roles in marketing, logistics, plant management, quality, parts and Cummins ReCon business. “I have every confidence that Amy and Lori are ready to take on these new leadership roles. They both bring significant experience in sales and marketing at Cummins, and will ensure a seamless transition for our customers and other stakeholders,” Jones said. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Ditch Witch Equipment Shines at Demo Days Events
itch Witch of Ohio, Western Pa. & Western N.Y., recently held Demo Days events at its facilities in Columbus, Ohio on April 4 and one week later at the dealership’s Cranberry Township, Pa., branch on April 11. Live demonstrations featured the company’s line of Ditch Witch directional drills, mini-skid steers, TK tracker and utility locating equipment, vacuum excavators and other equipment. Attendees electing to try their hand at the machines received a free hat or travel mug with their test drive. The events also offered technical training sessions including a Baroid Mud School seminar conducted by Jeffrey Quinn of Baroid Industrial Drilling Products, a session on safety at the Cranberry location, conducted by Allison Strouse of Pennsylvania One Call System Inc., and at the Columbus event, a seminar on regulations and compliance issues presented by Roger Lipscomb, president and executive director of Ohio Utilities Protection Service. American Augers Training Manager Dan Heath was on hand at both locations to discuss Recycling drilling fluids and mud reclaimers used in larger trenching applications. While introducing Heath, Ditch Witch of Ohio, Western Pa., & Western N.Y., owner, Matt DiIorio explained that Charles Machine Works recently purchased American Augers and assets of Trencor from Astec Industries. Because of Ditch Witch and American Augers common ownership under Charles Machine Works, Ditch Witch of Ohio, WPA & WNY has entered into a partnership arrangement within the markets they share. DiIorio also announced the company’s new and developing relationship with Terex Compact Equipment, operating initially as a rental dealership serving a nine county area surrounding Columbus, Ohio. DiIorio said he’s impressed with the Terex line of compact equipment, and the addition of the compact track loaders and excavators provides the dealership with a more comprehensive line of machines to offer clients, enabling them to build on and enhance the company’s customer relations. As well as opportunities to attend the educational sessions and to watch and try Ditch Witch’s new equipment lineup, attendees were treated to lunch and door prizes.
(L-R): Trey Owens of Waker Plumbing joins Matt DiIorio, owner of Ditch Witch of Ohio, WPA & WNY, along with Steve Waker and Cody Fischbach, also of Waker Plumbing.
Terex Regional Sales Manager Todd DeWindt was on hand at the Columbus branch to help Ditch Witch of Ohio, WPA & WNY roll out the new line of rental compact track loaders and excavators.
(L-R): Ross Liddil and Tom Szymkowiak of Duke Realty Corp. speak with Greg Wolf, Ditch Witch sales manager of Eastern U.S. & Global Rental Accounts, about the new Ditch Witch UtiliGuard Locator.
(L-R): Larry Lynn of Ditch Witch of Ohio, WPA & WNY talks with Dave McElrath and Brad Doan of DM Excavating.
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Steve Molloy (L) and Adam Davis (R) of Turf Tec get a tour of the equipment at the Cranberry branch from Mike Zander of Ditch Witch of Ohio, WPA & WNY.
(L-R): Mock Excavating’s Bob Mock, Terry Havens and Joe Havens spend a little one on one time with Roger Lipscomb of Ohio Utilities Protection Service.
Jeffry Quinn of Bariod Industrial Drilling Products discusses methods for improved drilling performance.
(L-R): James and Jon Blakey of Sitework Developing Inc., speak with Sam Swartz of Ditch Witch of Ohio, WPA & WNY about this Ditch Witch JT922 directional drill.
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Ohio Valley Regional Oil & Gas Expo Educates Attendees
he third annual Ohio Valley Regional Oil & Gas Expo was held in St. Clairsville, Ohio, at the James E. Carnes Center in Belmont County on April 30 and May 1. The business-to-business event, hosted by the Belmont County Commissioners and the Belmont County Port Authority, featured vendors exhibiting equipment, products and services in indoor tabletop displays and an outdoor equipment display area. The expo opened with a Network Night Reception on the evening of April 30 and followed with a series of educational conferences, sessions and talks. Speakers at the event included Rice Energy President Toby Rice; president of
“O”Ring CNG Fuel Systems, Bob Beatty; and director of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Craig Butler. Event sponsors included Rice Energy, XTO Energy, Hartman & Hartman Constructors, Beaver Excavating Company, Reco, Shelly Materials and more. The Carnes Center also will serve as the location for the Ohio Valley Regional Oil & Gas Career Expo scheduled for June 20. For more information, visit www.ohiovalleycareerexpo.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
(L-R): Allied Construction Products District Manager, Rich Steinbrenner, was on hand to assist Jason Shields, Bob Bowers and Al Springer at the Highway Equipment Company booth.
Jake Stoddard (L) and Brian Jesse, B&K Construction Equipment Co., drew a lot of interest with their Dieci Zeus telescopic handler.
Reco’s Dave Totterdale (L) and Dustin Hynes (R) speak with Chuck Griffin of Wheeling Spring & Truck Parts.
Ryan Sharbonno (L) and Mike Painter of Precision Laser & Instrument, discuss laser and GPS applications in gas and oil well site development.
Heather Brewer welcomes attendees to the Sidwell Materials booth.
(L-R): The Shelly Company’s Rudy Pennock, Jamie Sturgeon, Steve Alex and Jay Garrison spoke about the company’s energy related projects with attendees.
Beaver Excavating Company’s Betsy Sterling-Ward and Rick Lantz discuss the company’s expertise in civil construction solutions for the Marcellus and Utica Shale Gas and Oil Industry.
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N.I.C.E. Moves Into New Facility in Hopedale, Mass. Business has been steadily growing for The N.I.C.E. Company. Growing so much that it was time for Bryn Smith, owner and founder, to make the decision to move into a bigger facility. “We have really started to see business take off over the last year or so; we have seen the need to purchase a service truck, put service technicians on staff, and we are currently looking to expand our sales force. All of which dictated the need to obtain a larger facility,” said Smith. The N.I.C.E. Company moved into the facility at 9 Rosenfeld Drive in Hopedale, Mass., shortly after the first of this year. Smith has worked long and hard to build his dream. He worked for nine years for one of the largest Caterpillar dealerships. During this time, one of his responsibilities included international Throughout the economic downturn Bryn Smith saw many opportunities to purchase distressed equipment, and now as the market is sales. In this capacity Smith improving he is in a good position to satisfy the used equipment and rental needs of New England contractors, he said. traveled all over the world, including Asia and South America, and had the opportunity to build relationships with many contacts for the import and export of construction equipment. He has used some of these contacts to build a significant inventory of construction equipment, which includes excavators, articulated trucks, dozers, screening plants and more.
Conveniently located just west of Boston on I-495, The N.I.C. E. Company can easily dispatch truckloads of equipment to any job site.
Dramatically expanded shop space enables The N.I.C.E. Company to keep its expanded inventory of equipment properly maintained.
Throughout the down times Smith survived by increasing his rentals while buying and selling machines in a declining market. As the market is improving he is in a good position to satisfy the used equipment and rental needs of New England contractors, he said. The N.I.C.E. Company has focused on providing its customers with a source for quality, late model used construction equipment for sale to the U.S. and international markets since 1999; the same machines are available for rent to contractors throughout New England. For more information, visit www.theniceco.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
The N.I.C.E. Company moved into the facility at 9 Rosenfeld Drive in Hopedale, Mass., shortly after the first of this year.
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Sandy Shifts Focus From Improvements to Reconstruction SANDY from page 1
utility lines. “It was pretty devastating,” recalled Dan Lemmon, project engineer for Union Paving and Construction Co. Inc. “Several side streets collapsed, homes were swept away.” Sand buried streets and clogged the sanitary sewer system, particularly in the northern part of the island. Bridges were damaged and flooded. Within days, emergency responders and New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) crews removed debris and sand from the roadway and erected temporary utility lines to keep the island functioning and allow access for contractors. In June 2013, Union Paving bid on the job of rebuilding a four-mile segment of the roadway. It is one of three contracts to reconstruct a 12.5-mi. (20 km) stretch of Route 35 on the Barnegat Peninsula, a barrier island off the New Jersey coast. Union Paving will reconstruct the roadway from Milepost 0 in Berkeley to Milepost 4, at a cost of $80 million, out of a total budget for all three sections of $265 million. It’s a project that’s been in the works for nearly 10 years, when NJDOT initiated the design for improvements along the corridor to address flooding and pavement degradation related to drainage infrastructure, site characteristics and
(L-R): Jamie Foley, president and CEO, Foley Inc.; Gerard Burdi, owner of Union Paving; Warren Gonzalez, Foley Inc. sales consultant; Jeff Merle, Foley Inc. vice president of machine sales; Dan Lemmons, project engineer of Union Paving; and John Paquet, project superintendent, Union Paving.
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tidal influence. Sandy shifted the focus of the project to full roadway construction. Because of the severity of the damage and because Route 35 is a coastal emergency evacuation route, NJDOT accelerated the Route 35 Reconstruction Project, which had been scheduled in three separate contracts over most of the decade. Work has begun and is scheduled for completion in 2015. The route’s importance also merited federal funds for the project from the U.S. Department of Transportation Emergency Relief Program that was created to aid the repair and reconstruction of highways that have suffered serious damage as a result of natural disasters. State funds also were used in order to achieve a high design standard so the road can withstand future storms.
Building for the Future The project includes building a stronger, more resilient roadway, a new drainage system that will improve the storm water drainage characteristics of the highway, and Complete Streets features to improve safety for pedestrians and bicyclists. From south to north, the project passes through Berkeley Township, Seaside Park Borough, Seaside Heights Borough, Toms River Township, Lavallette Borough, Brick Township, Mantoloking Borough and Bay Head Borough. The southern terminus is at the entrance to Island Beach State Park; the northern terminus is at the border of Point Pleasant Beach Borough. The entire project is located in Ocean County. Improvements to be made on Route 35 include: • full-depth pavement replacement for a 50-year design life see SANDY page 100
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Nortrax Announces Organizational Changes; Names Four to New Roles Nortrax announced the following functional and regional organizational changes. Michael Rugeroni has been appointed to vice president of sales and marketing and Chris Holmes has been appointed vice president of product support. Tom Bauers has been appointed vice president, southeast region and Scott McGuigan has been appointed vice president of the mid south region. President and CEO Tim J. Murphy said, “These changes reflect our continuing efforts to extract operational efficiencies from our business. They clearly place a focus on the importance of execution at the store level as we continue to reduce our overhead costs while increasing our responsiveness to our customers.” Rugeroni is now responsible for the sales and marketing business segments for the company operations in Canada and the United States. He previously served as the vice president of sales and marketing of Nortrax’s Canadian operations. “Mike’s 25 plus years in the construction equipment industry with positions of increasing responsibility in operations and sales make him uniquely qualified for this new assignment,” said Murphy. “His energy, enthusiasm and business acumen is highly respected by his teammates, will serve our customers and our employees extremely well.” Holmes is now responsible for the parts and service segments for the entire company, including the John Deere WorkSight technology segment of product support. Previously he served as vice president of business development. “Chris has accumulated almost 29 years of experience with John Deere and John Deere dealers,” said Murphy. “His career started with John Deere working in product support, sales and marketing and dealer distribution strategies. Since joining the retail side of the business, his role in dealer operations, supplier consolidation and development, as well as strategic customer support have provided him a broad prospective of our business. His ability to connect with branch teams and drive operational improvements while improving the customer experiences is a talent we are extremely fortunate to have.” Bauers has been assigned leadership responsibility of the Nortrax Florida
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Residents Endure Work Under Way in Front of Their Homes effort. “The residents care about their community,” • corridor-wide drainage improvements Lemmon said. “They love the beach and are very • water quality chambers at all drainage outactive.” Their concern is sometimes a challenge, falls he added, although he sympathizes. “Everyone • installation of check valves at all outfall pipes wants to rebuild, but nobody wants to go through to prevent tidal or storm surge backflow into the it.” drainage system. Residents have to endure work right in front of An all-new underground stormwater drainage their homes as crews lay pipe 15 to 20 ft. (4.6 to system will be installed, with an increased num6 m) deep. “We’re becoming their alarm clock,” ber of inlets to collect roadway runoff. The sysLemmon said. “The pile driving is pretty loud.” tem is designed to handle drainage needs of Simpson & Brown are doing the pile driving Route 35, not local streets. work. Water quality chambers will be installed on The neighbors better get used to it. Crews are each outfall to improve the quality of water discurrently working nine to 10 hours a day, six charged into the Barnegat Bay. “We’ll drive piles days a week, but he said they “stepped that up” at the outfalls and secure them with lumber so the as winter approached, bumping up manpower to Gerard Burdi, co-owner of Union Paving, oversees work on Route 35. pipes don’t float away,” Lemmon said. nine to 10 crews plus subs. According to NJDOT, work will be performed It has to be done in order to meet milestones. along the highway and at nine locations close to Nick Burdi, co-owner of “The first leg of the project required a large porthe bay, where pump stations for the new Union Paving, on the tion to be constructed by May 2014. We can’t drainage system will be built. Temporary trench- Route 35 job site. close roads during the summer tourist season,” es will be dug along local streets for pipes conhe said, so they ramped up during the off-season. necting the drainage system along Route 35 to During the heavily traveled summer months, all the pump stations. existing travel lanes will remain open to traffic, Union Paving will construct five of the nine but from September 2013 to May 2014, one new underground pump stations. “They’ll be northbound and southbound lane had to be approximately 25 by 30 feet,” Lemmon said, closed. “and 20 to 30 feet deep. They will have five 80 Crews also are becoming a roadblock for reshorsepower pumps to help keep the streets clean idents. With houses located close together — as in future floods.” many as three in a 100-ft. stretch of road — it’s Each pump station will feature an electrical impossible to maintain access during reconstrucand control panel elevated above the ground to tion. Fortunately, Lemmon said, the area sees protect the equipment from floods. Pump locaonly about 30 percent occupancy during the wintions: ter, so it was less crowded then. • Berkeley — one pump station at Bayview Because the paving box will be thicker, Lemmon said But it’s still tight quarters on site, he added, making it difand 22nd avenues crews will excavate about 203,000 cu. yds. (155,205 cu m) • Seaside Park — three pump stations at Bayview and 8th of mostly sand, which will be removed from the site and may ficult for utility companies to get in to do maintenance. The schedule also is tight. “There’s a lot of work to do in avenues, Bayview and Island avenues, and on L Street be used for local beach replenishment. a short amount of time,” Lemmon said. Restricting work • Toms River — one pump station on Eisenhower Avenue To accomplish the road work, Union Paving will use, • Mantoloking — two pump stations on Lyman Street and among other equipment, a small Caterpillar 315 excavator, a during peak summer months means crews have to endure uncooperative weather conditions. Digging the deep wells to on Downer Avenue 345 compact excavator and a 365 excavator, Cat D4 and D7 pump ground water is more difficult to do in the winter. “You • Bay Head — two pump stations on Goetze Street and on bulldozers, 938 and 950 loaders and a Cat PM 200 milling have to watch for leaks and keep it from freezing.” Mount Street machine newly purchased from Foley Inc. “We just bought A year and a half after the devastating storm, weather it because there’s so much milling on this job,” Lemmon remains an issue. While crews can remain vigilant for water Contracts One, Two, Three said. leaks and adjust their schedule to work at low tide, they can’t Advanced utility construction and work on drainage and In addition to excavation, asphalt and storm sewer work, work around certain weather conditions. “Wind stopped pump systems along side streets for Contract 1 began in Union Paving’s five crews are working on power line relo2013 along the northernmost 3.5 mi. (5.6 km) of Route 35 cation and improvements. “The storm damaged the poles work at one location when it caused flooding,” Lemmon from Point Pleasant Beach to Brick. The construction on this and electrical system, so they’re being upgraded,” Lemmon said. Many communities from the Caribbean to New Jersey portion of the contract has already been completed. said. still struggle with Sandy’s aftermath even today. Hurricane Work on the other two contracts began in August. When When roadwork is finished, Lemmon said they will add Union Paving reconstructs the road, it will be replacing the landscaping in the form of trees and white stone — because Sandy was one of the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season and the second8-in.-thick (20 cm) concrete with 24-in.-thick (61 cm) mate- “grass doesn’t grow at the beach.” costliest hurricane in United States history. It will take time rial engineered for stability and strength. To accommodate Because each of the three contracts has a different gener- to rebuild. As Gov. Cuomo toured the area on the one year visitors during the busy summer season, crews will imple- al contractor, coordination and communication are critical, ment several pedestrian improvements, such as enhanced “We work together where our jobs butt up against one anoth- anniversary, he told the New York Daily News, “It is a warncrosswalks, curbing and Americans with Disabilities Act- er,” Lemmon said, adding that the DOT facilitates coordina- ing, and I want New Yorkers to remember what we went compliant ramps where there is sufficient right of way. tion between contractors and utility companies, which have through. It would be a mistake if we let our guard down. You Highway shoulders will continue to accommodate vehicle to perform maintenance in tight spaces. “It takes a lot of have to assume it will happen again.” Former Mayor Bloomberg, with him on the tour, responded unequivocally parking and bicycles. coordination between contractors, the DOT and the resi- that they are prepared for the next one. Carefully planned MV Construction of Colonia, N.J., is responsible for curbs dents.” reconstruction plays a significant role in that preparation. and sidewalks. C J Hesse Inc. of Atlantic Highlands, N. J., (This story also can be found on Construction will perform the asphalt work. Lemmon estimated that Challenges Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequip100,000 linear ft. (30,480 m) of curbing will be needed. Appeasing the peninsula’s residents requires multi-faceted mentguide.com.) CEG More than 200 tons (181 t) of hot mix will be used. SANDY from page 94
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Wacker Neuson Presents First Certified Dealer Award Program in the Americas Wacker Neuson has launched a certified dealer award program for its full line, contracted dealer network. The award recognizes Wacker Neuson dealers that show exceptional aftermarket service and support. A to Z Equipment, Phoenix, Ariz., is the first dealer to achieve Wacker Neuson’s certified dealer status and to receive the award. To qualify, dealers must reach a minimum threshold on a point evaluation system, which is based on a variety of aftermarket services including spare parts availability, organization structure, machine record management and continuous training. All Wacker Neuson contracted dealers will be introduced to this new program throughout the year and will be awarded certification levels to provide the best overall support and experience for end users. A to Z Equipment Certified Dealer Award winners (L to R) are Dealers achieving the certified dealer award Fred Matricardi, president; Vicki Dickerson, vice president and Jason Oglesby, Wacker Neuson technical services receive a plaque and other supporting pro- treasurer; manager; and Doug Dickerson, sales manager. grams. Wacker Neuson dealers will work closely with a dedicated aftermarket dealer Doug Dickerson, sales manager of A to Z Equipment, development team to create a strategy to help grow and proactively prepare to support the emerging technology on expressed his gratitude and honor of receiving the awards. “The Wacker Neuson dealer network is a premier network the market. “Being able to support and service innovative products and this program gives dealers a high service standard to while minimizing downtime is essential,” said Jason strive for. The program gives dealers the opportunity to reinOglesby, technical services manager of Wacker Neuson. force their commitment to the Wacker Neuson brand and to “The program is designed to arm our dealers with the their customers. “It’s a benefit for us to be able to share with our customers resources they need to best support their Wacker Neuson fleet. In turn, the dealer’s customers can be assured their the awards and our high level of service they symbolize.” A to Z Equipment was founded in 1960 and has been a equipment is backed by a strong distribution network and a Wacker Neuson contracted dealer since 2009. As a contractmanufacturer who stands behind every product.” Wacker Neuson representatives were on hand at A to Z ed dealer, A to Z Equipment is a full service dealer that offers Equipment, April 28th to present the certified dealer award. contractors in the Phoenix area Wacker Neuson’s complete Also included in the day’s events was the presentation of the line of light equipment and compact equipment. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment regional technician of the year award which was presented to Ray Kinser, who was nominated for his exceptional support. Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Workforce, Education Programs Benefit AED Members
Watters’ thriving export business has taken him to African customer sites where a security team accompanied him. WATTERS from page 28
have a member that used to have one location and used to send the CEO to AED functions, but then through a consolidation they ended up with six locations, we somehow have to engage that distributor at the branch manager level, too; or the marketing manager and service manager levels. We also need to re-engage our manufacturers.” AED, known for its strong and effective lobbying presence in Washington, D.C., as well as growing influence in Ottawa, has built a highly respected advocacy team led by Vice President of Government Affairs Christian Klein. And this program, Watters is pleased to note, is a finely tuned machine that will continue working in the capital cities with the relentless goal of reducing members’ costs of doing business and general regulatory headaches stemming from federal policy. “With regards to advocacy, we’ve got a good thing going there, and we will continue to support Christian and his group as we have for the last several years,” Watters said. “It’s good. And if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. We don’t want to mess it up.” The same is true with The AED Foundation, the new Chairman says. Strong workforce development and continuing education programs are benefitting members, “and again,” said Watters, “if it ain’t broke, let’s not fix it. “But with regard to membership and engagement of our members, we are working in a changing environment and we need to adapt — quickly.”
Chameleon Company Watters comes from a long line of adapters. Over the many decades since brothers Bill (Tim’s grandfather) and Harry Hoffman started their trucking and delivery company in 1925, Hoffman Equipment has rolled and jumped through lots of market changes in the business landscape, altering its appearance swift as a chameleon and reinventing its business model to fit with the times and survive. During a time when most things were delivered by horse and wagon, the Hoffman brothers bought a truck and launched a local delivery business that grew to sizeable proportions, for its day. After serving as Seabees in World War II, the brothers came home and changed the focus of the company dramatically into a trucking and rigging firm. Throughout the ‘50s and ‘60s, Watters says, Hoffman Equipment was involved in all the region’s big rigging projects, including most of the nuclear power plants in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. Watters tells the narrative as if it is family folklore he’s heard his whole life. In 1962, when Tim was barely in Kindergarten, ownership was transferred to Harry Hoffman, Jr., and the company became deeply involved in container stevedoring at the region’s ports, including Newark, New York and Baltimore. They owned the first 300-ton truck crane built by P&H, which they grew to a fleet of nine — during the adolescence of containerization, they were ideal machines for offloading 40-
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foot containers from ships to trucks. Then, without much warning, both of Hoffman’s primary industries dried up almost overnight. Three Mile Island more or less killed the nuclear power plant business and the advent of permanent container cranes squeezed Harry’s truck cranes out of the picture — both businesses were suddenly obsolete. What to do, what to do? Should he sell? Watters’ Uncle Harry Hoffman was looking for a way out, but in the end, he found a way to adapt. Changing the company’s color, figuratively speaking, he bought a small, FiatAllis equipment distributor in Piscataway, N.J. “Our company did a big pivot from a rigging and crane business into the distribution
business. That was 1978. Harry made another change, as well, and added two partners: his brother-in-law and Tim’s father, Joe Watters, and Harry’s cousin, Bill Hoffman. Shortly afterward, Harry retired and owners Joe and Bill ran the company. Shifting Gears, Again And the amazing, morphing Hoffman Equipment became a new business once again. “Our experience in the ports had introduced us to a lot of foreign companies,” said Watters, “and it was in the mid-’70s that we really got our feet wet in the exporting business.” see WATTERS page 136
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