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Larry Silverstein Celebrates 4 WTC Steel Topping Out

NASCAR Drivers Laud H&K’s Work at Pocono…8

A Caterpillar D6TLX dozer places embankment material on SR 3018 (N10) project along Whitehall Road in State College, Pa. Demolition Industr y Icon Passes Away…14

Whitehall Rd., Near Penn State, Receives Upgrades By Jennifer Rupp CEG CORRESPONDENT

New Atl as Fence Owne r Pla ns Bri ght Fut ure…18

Table of Contents ................4 Truck & Trailer Section ........ ......................................59-67 Recycling Section ........71-97

Just a few miles from Penn State University in State College, Pa., HRI Inc. is paving the way to smoother, safer travel. Route 3018 (Whitehall Rd./University Drive) is undergoing 3-mi. (4.8 km) of roadway widening, with an additional turning lane, new traffic signals and drainage improvements. The project began in March of this year

and will be complete by fall 2013. State College-native HRI was awarded the $10.3 million contract and is self-performing the earthwork, drainage, construction of new roadway, paving and water line relocation. The 3-mi. stretch between Route 26 and Atherton Street is highly congested with traffic to the University and local businesses. The new design will make travel smoother and more efficient. In addition, the wider shoulders on both see WHITEHALL page 32

Silverstein Properties President and CEO Larry A. Silverstein was joined by approximately 1,000 construction workers and other New York government, civic and business leaders at a topping out ceremony marking the completion of steel erection for the new 4 World Trade Center — the first office tower that will be completed and opened on the original 16acre World Trade Center site. The final steel beam, which weighed 8 tons and was adorned with an American flag, was signed by Silverstein and other dignitaries. It was then raised 977 ft. in the air and placed at the top the 72story tower. “The topping out of 4 World Trade Center represents another milestone in the effort to create a new, Photo courtesy of Joe Woolhead dynamic World Trade Center at the heart of a The tower was designed to resurgent Downtown,” have an abstract quality — said Silverstein. “This minimal, light, cool in color, ephemeral, changing neighborhood has under- and with the light of day. Seen gone a remarkable trans- from a distance, the buildformation into a one-of-a- ing presents a unique angusee WTC page 40

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Auction Section ......118-136 Business Calendar ..........128 Advertisers Index............134

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H&K’s Pocono Raceway Paving Work Earns Rave Reviews The H&K Group’s recently completed paving project at Pocono Raceway received rave reviews from NASCAR drivers following the Pocono 400 Race on June 10, 2012. The famous triangular-shaped track, located in Long Pond, Pa., embarked on an enormous reconstruction project with the Skippack, Pa.-based H&K Group to completely repave the track and add several safety upgrades. The “Tricky Triangle Track Transformation,” as it has been affectionately named, began in late summer/early fall of 2011. This was the first track repave since 1995 (which also was performed by The H&K Group) and the third repave in the track’s existence. This is only the second time the track has been repaved from the dirt foundation. The last time it was exposed was when the track was initially built in 1971. In a project of this magnitude, with tight deadlines, strict NASCAR rules and regulations, and the end result of racecars ripping down the track exceeding 200 mph, there is no room for error. That in itself makes it especially impressive that this was an H&K Group “Design/Build” project from the very beginning. In the early phases, The H&K Group’s Director of Business, Tommy Letwinch, and The H&K Group’s Chief Operating Officer, James T. Haines, met with executives in the NASCAR organization, including NASCAR President Mike Helton, NASCAR Vice President for Competition Robin Pemberton, as well as traveled to Michigan to meet The final layer of asphalt is being placed on turn one adjacent to the safer barrier. Turn one is the steepest with a NASCAR consultant in regards to a similar project at banked turn at the “Tricky Triangle” with 14 degree banking. the Michigan Motor Speedway. Officials at Pocono Raceway, including President Brandon Igdalsky, Chief Operating Officer Nick Igdalsky, and Track Superintendent George Ewald, also were heavily involved in the planning and design of the track. All of this critical research and information was relayed to The H&K Group’s engineering and environmental services division, who then built a 3-D model, which was used for all project grading and alignment, while the group’s estimating team began to scope out the project. The project was completed in seven phases: • Phase One: Initial research, design, engineering and development of the project • Phase Two: Demolition of the existing pit wall and storm drainage and associated work • Phase Three: Milling and removal of existing asphalt from the raceway surface, resulting in 17,829 tons of millings (recycled and used in track inroads and apron areas), began apron reconstruction areas and construction of new The completed track, just a week before the big race, as viewed from the Grandstand. concrete pit walls • Phase Four: Placement of recycled asphalt During all of this intense planning, designing, mixing, and pavement in apron areas between turns one and three and on tie into existing infield roadways There were many provisions made for this unique project, construction, there was a strict deadline looming, which was infield road, placement of .7 in. (19 mm) asphalt on apron areas, installation of new 18 ft. (5.5 m) wide cast-in-place including specialized equipment to pave on the steep grades April 15, 2012; a non-negotiable date due to the fact that concrete pit stalls, and 12 in. (30.5 cm) cement stabilize FDR of the track and asphalt mixes that had to be perfected and Goodyear needed to conduct test sessions in order to prepare approved by NASCAR. Some of the technology that was a tire for the first race, the Pocono 400, which was held on (full depth reclamation) of entire track area • Phase Five: Placement of .7 in. asphalt on the track area utilized was ATS Grading, which is automated tracking soft- June 10. ware, as well as GPS systems. The maintenance department Several NASCAR drivers joined the Goodyear test, and on pit lane • Phase Six: Profile milling of track areas as needed, facilitated counterweight equipment, which had to be placed including Sprint Cup drivers Kasey Kahne, Jamie installation of #75 .37 in. (9.5 mm) leveling course to track, on the rollers, as well as an outrigger for the milling machine McMurray, AJ Allmendinger, Joey Logano and Aric apron and pit lane areas, and installation of .37 in. final wear- which helped to combat the steep grades. The material for Almorola. All of the drivers offered extremely favorable the project was designed internally and provided by nearby reviews of the track, including that the track felt extremely ing course to track, apron and pit lane areas • Phase Seven: Rumble strip and runoff construction and H&K Group affiliate, Locust Ridge Quarry. see POCONO page 122


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Philadelphia Demolition Industry Icon Subway Project William Geppert Jr., Dies at Age 88 Unearths Ancient William A. Geppert Jr., 88, William Geppert Jr., former chairman of Lafayette Hill, Pa., a decoratof the board of Geppert Bros., a ed World War II veteran and demolition firm in Colmar, Pa., former chairman of the board died of cancer June 29. of Geppert Bros., a demolition firm in Colmar, Pa., died of cancer June 29. Mr. Geppert attended LaSalle College in Philadelphia as World War II began. He entered the Army in September 1943 and after training with the 63rd Division in Mississippi, he was shipped off to France. At the age of 20 he was wounded while aiding in the setting up of an outpost near the village of St. Malo, and as a result spent 44 months in hospitals being treated for a shoulder wound and a femur shattered by a bullet. In May 1948, Mr. Geppert left the Army on an emergency medical leave, following his father’s fourth heart attack. He was discharged with a Purple Heart and Bronze Star. “My father held a meeting in which he presented the idea of establishing a new company for his four sons, myself, age 24, Joseph, age 22, who had been recently discharged from the Navy and was a crane operator, Jim, age 17, who was a year away from being drafted had the war continued, and Richard, age 10,” Mr. Geppert told CEG in a 2009 interview. The Geppert family had entered the demolition business in 1925 when William A. Geppert Sr. founded William A. School, which, according to Taylor, added something special Geppert Inc. in the Germantown area of Philadelphia. to their friendship. He spoke highly of Mr. Geppert and his family business. Geppert Jr. and his three younger brothers took over opera“Geppert Bros. was well respected in Philadelphia,” Taylor tion of the firm upon the senior Geppert’s death in 1953. Mr. Geppert’s first job at GBI was in charge of tools/run- said. “They were fierce competitors, but they did and still do ner in the field. Later he worked as an estimator and finally high quality work. Bill and [his brother] Richard were leadas secretary. His daily routine as secretary of GBI involved ers in this industry.” “Beyond everything else, Bill was a great guy,” Taylor spending a lot of time “executing all the new crazy forms said. “He was the sweetest guy with a big heart; he was just that are now a part of the bidding process,” as he put it. Mr. Geppert was a charter member of the National a marvelous person to know. He was a mover and shaker in Association of Demolition Contractors (NADC) and helped this industry and a hell of a nice guy as well.” Mr. Geppert is survived by his daughter Annamarie develop the association’s first Demolition Safety Manual. He also served on the NADC’s board of directors during the sec- Geppert Hellebusch (M. Stroud), granddaughters Morgan ond, third and fourth years after its founding in the early Blanche Hellebusch and Grace Elizabeth Hellebusch and 1980s, and was presented with the association’s Lifetime siblings Nancy Duff, Marie Steinhauser, Joan Reed and Richard Geppert. He was preceeded in death by his wife Achievement Award. Michael Taylor, executive director of the National Anna Marie Blanche Geppert and siblings Joseph Geppert, Demolition Association, worked with Mr. Geppert for 30 James Geppert and Lorraine Sirianni. Donations may be made to Disabled American Veterans, years through the NADC and other demolition associations. Like Geppert, Taylor also graduated from LaSalle High Box 14301, Cincinnati, Ohio 45250.

Road in Greece

Photo courtesy of AP/Nikolas Giakoumidis

By Costas Kantouris ASSOCIATED PRESS

THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) Archaeologists in Greece’s second-largest city have uncovered a 230-ft. (70 m) section of an ancient road built by the Romans that was the city’s main travel artery nearly 2,000 years ago. The marble-paved road was unearthed during excavations for Thessaloniki’s new subway system, which is due to be completed in four years. The road in the northern port city will be raised to be put on permanent display when the metro opens in 2016. The excavation site was shown to the public on June 25, when details of the permanent display project also were announced. Several of the large marble paving stones were etched with children’s board games, while others were marked by horse-drawn cart wheels. Also discovered at the site were remains of tools and lamps, as well as the bases of marble columns. Viki Tzanakouli, an archaeologist working on the project, told The Associated Press the Roman road was about 1,800 years old, while remains of an older road built by the ancient Greeks 500 years earlier were found underneath it. “We have found roads on top of each other, revealing the city’s history over the centuries,” Tzanakouli said. “The ancient road, and side roads perpendicular to it appear to closely follow modern roads in the city today.” About 23 ft. (7 m) below ground in the center of the city, the ancient road follows in roughly the same direction as the city’s modern Egnatia Avenue. The subway works, started in 2006, present a rare opportunity for archaeologists to explore under the densely populated city — but have also caused years of delays for the project. In 2008, workers on the Thessaloniki metro discovered more than 1,000 graves, some filled with treasure. The graves were of different shapes and sizes, and some contained jewelry, coins or other pieces of art. A massive excavation project also took place during the 1990s in the capital, Athens, before the city’s new metro system opened in 2000. Thessaloniki’s new subway is already four years behind schedule, due to the excavation work as well as Greece’s financial crisis. Thirteen stations will operate initially, before a 10-station extension is added later.


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New Atlas Fence Owner Plans Bright Future There's a new person running the show at Atlas Fence: early in 2012 Chris Polimino took over the reigns from previous owner John Czebiniak. Located at 6852 Manlius Center Road in East Syracuse, N.Y., Atlas Fence offers residential, commercial and industrial fence products and services. Depending on the season, there are between 30 and 60 employees on hand to operate the fleet of 15 service trucks and four drilling rigs. The company, which has installed fencing at the Onondaga Lake Cleanup Project, the International Air Guards Base in Syracuse and the Willard Psychiatric Center in Romulus, N.Y., is the only fencing contractor in upstate New York certified to install automatic security gates, according to Polimino. Polimino, who previously worked at Tracey Road Equipment as the company’s CFO and COO, knew he wanted to buy Atlas Fence from his first meeting with Czebiniak. “I knew about Atlas Fence for a long time,” said Polimino. “I’ve been in the construction industry virtually my entire career, so when the opportunity arose to purchase Atlas Fence, it was an easy decision to pursue it.” Czebiniak, who will remain at Atlas Fence for a minimum of three years serving as vice president of sales and marketing, agreed that his company and employees would be in good hands under Polimino’s ownership.

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While the sale did not include the property, Polimino signed a five-year lease with an option to purchase at the end of the term. Czebiniak founded Atlas Fence in 1979, after working for Central Fence, a fencing contractor, in Syracuse. Initially, Atlas Fence’s business consisted equally of commercial and residential fencing. Today, the commercial business dominates overall sales. Looking for a succession plan for his business, Czebiniak began scouting potential buyers over the past year. Polimino fit the profile he was searching for. “I feel a great deal of loyalty and appreciation to our employees and I wanted to ensure that as I phased out of the company, the fate of the employees and the company would be in good hands,” said Czebiniak. “Chris [Polimino] certainly met that criteria.” Polimino is looking forward to taking over a growing company. In fact, in 2010 Atlas Fence’s revenue increased by 11 percent. Polimino said he intends to adhere to Czebiniak’s and Atlas Fence’s long-time business strategy. see ATLAS page 46

The present and former owners of Atlas Fencing are Chris Polimino (L) and John Czebiniak.

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HCEA to Raffle Scale Model of Otis Shovel in September

The 1:10 scale model features a swinging boom, extending and retracting dipper stick, rolling wheels, and operational levers, gears, drums and bucket trip, and comes on a section of railroad track for exhibit.

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The Historical Construction Equipment Association (HCEA), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the history of construction industry equipment, will raffle one of its 1:10 scale Otis railroad shovel models. Designed in 1835 and patented in 1839, the Otis steam shovel is the earliest known land-based single-bucket excavator. Originally built for use in railroad construction by the contracting firm in which inventor William S. Otis was a partner, it remained in production in small numbers until the early 1910s. The design concept of a railroad-mounted shovel whose boom swung approximately ninety degrees left and right was continued by several manufacturers into the late 1920s, and its digging action is seen in today’s cable- and hydraulic-operated shovels. The 1:10 scale model features a swinging boom, extending and retracting dipper stick, rolling wheels, and operational levers, gears, drums and bucket trip, and

comes on a section of railroad track for exhibit. It is the first of a series of scale models being produced exclusively for the HCEA, and was introduced at ConExpoCon/AGG 2011. The model sells for $4,500, but raffle tickets are available for $5.00 each. All proceeds will go to fund development of additional models of historic equipment. Tickets are available from the HCEA. The drawing will be held Sept. 15, 2012, at the HCEA’s membership banquet in Bowling Green, Ohio, and the winner need not be present. The HCEA was founded in 1986, and has more than 4,300 members in 25 countries. In addition to its magazine and hosting an annual working exhibition of restored construction equipment, it operates the National Construction Equipment Museum and archives in Bowling Green, Ohio. Individual memberships are $30.00 within the USA and Canada, and $40.00 elsewhere. For more information, call 419/352-5616 or visit www.hcea.net.

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LANDSCAPING Case 480 Broom Tractor, frt mounted 6' sweepster broom, ROPS . . . . . . . .$13,000 Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor, 1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . .$10,500 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" hydraulic broom . . . . . .$11,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500

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

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

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

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

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


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Marsh Joins Foley as Rental Operations Manager of Power Systems Division Jim Marsh has joined Foley Incorporated as rental operations manager of the power systems division. Marsh comes to Foley with 25 years of experience as an operations manager in the equipment rental field. Over the course of his career, Marsh has worked in the positions of mechanic, field technician for portable and industrial air compressors, service manager and branch operations manager at several rental and machinery companies in New Jersey. As rental operations manager in the power systems division, Marsh will be reporting to Foley Power Systems Sales Manager Joe Amabile. He will assist power systems rental customers with generator, air compressor, temperature control and accessory needs. Marsh also will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the department including equipment inventory and working with Foley’s service department to schedule repairs and preventive maintenance of

Jim Marsh has joined Foley Incorporated as rental operations manager of the power systems division.

the rental fleet. “We are excited to have Jim on board in Foley Power Systems. His knowledge and experience will

benefit our rental division customers, as we strive to create exceptional customer experiences,” said Amabile.

Stricter EPA Soot Standards Could Put Transportation Projects in Jeopardy Stricter standards for particulate matter (PM) or soot proposed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) could endanger transportation improvements by placing federal highway funds in jeopardy, the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) told members of Congress. Testifying before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Power, Marc Herbst, executive director of the Long Island Contractors’ Association (LICA) and chairman of ARTBA’s Council of State Executives, explained that EPA’s proposed new standards come at a time when counties are still struggling to comply with existing regulations. The proposed regulation “creates a counterproductive cycle where new standards delay needed improvements to the nation’s highway and

bridge network, which has already reached ‘critical mass’ in terms of being able to serve the needs of our citizens and economy,” Herbst explained. He went on to describe the impact of EPA’s proposal noting, “States and counties need predictability and time to develop transportation plans which achieve PM reduction and create jobs. Adding a new layer of requirements on top of existing standards that have not been fully implemented only complicates these ongoing efforts. Specifically, existing projects deemed to be in compliance with the Clean Air Act when first undertaken could be thrown out of compliance if new standards are approved, exposing project owners to costly, time-consuming litigation.” Herbst also explained how EPA’s actions are counterproductive to current efforts to reauthorize the federal

surface transportation program, saying, “It is ironic that members of both chambers and parties have made streamlining the environmental review and approval process for transportation projects a priority of the transportation bill, yet few talk about how EPA’s PM proposal will severely disrupt the very process they are trying to make more effective.” The testimony builds on many years’ worth of regulatory comments, legislative efforts and litigation by ARTBA on the subject of EPA Clean Air Act standards. ARTBA will continue to work towards a regulatory system that allows the nation to make progress towards cleaner air without sacrificing the ability to pursue desperately needed transportation improvements vital to our economy, public health and safety. For more information, visit www.artba.org.

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As State, Cities Debt Rise, More Mega AGC: Obama Admin Projects Turning to Private Investors Underestimated New By Jason Keyser ASSOCIATED PRESS

CHICAGO (AP) For cities and states buried under mountains of debt, it has become a tantalizing proposition: invite private financial institutions to put up the money to fix aging schools, dilapidated rail lines and beat-up roads. Offer investors steady returns on the projects. And give the public the modern services its governments can no longer afford. Across the country, innovative deals are now being discussed that would put essential pieces of public infrastructure in the hands of global investment firms, the latest effort to cope with a lingering fiscal crisis that has left some communities unable to pay for their needs. Chicago, with a budget deficit of more than $600 million, is planning a private fund that would make 100 public buildings energy efficient, then move on other projects. In other parts of the country, major road construction has been funded using the model. “We absolutely have to look at other ways” to pay for infrastructure, said Shirley Ybarra, a former Virginia transportation secretary who wrote model legislation used in 32 states for public-private transportation partnerships. “There’s only so much bonding you can do ... Roads have to compete with higher education, school bonds, water and all the rest of that stuff.” But as more cities consider packaging needs as prime business opportunities, questions are growing about how well the profit motive fits with the ideal of serving communities. Some officials worry about yielding control to private interests that can raise fees and decide which neighborhoods to serve based on profitability. “They’re looking for a revenue stream for their shareholders, not for the taxpayers,” complained Chicago City Council member Scott Waguespack, who criticized the city’s proposal. As financial pressures increase, cities with worn out infrastructure are weighing the possible trade-offs. Hard hit by the recession, more cities are stuck with credit ratings just a few notches above junk status, making it harder to raise money through bonds. Much of the highway system around cities dates back to the post-World War II building boom and thousands of schools are more than 50 years old. Local sales taxes and other revenues are sometimes too volatile to depend on for major local expenses. Although states have used private partnerships for toll roads in the past, ambitious plans are now emerging for everything from rebuilding dozens of schools in Yonkers, N.Y., to constructing a courthouse in Long Beach, Calif. Other metropolitan areas will be looking at transit and other projects, said David Pope, vice chair of the transportation committee for the U.S. Conference of Mayors. Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the Chicago Infrastructure Trust will be a “breakout strategy” around the political gridlock that holds up the city’s federal and state funding. “I cannot tie the city’s economic vitality, its future, its viability to that dysfunction,” Emanuel told hundreds of business and local government leaders at a meeting in June.

The trust is backed by J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Infrastructure Investments Group, Citibank, Citi Infrastructure Investors, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, and the Union Labor Life Insurance Co. The five financial powers would put up $1.7 billion for projects approved by a board chosen by the mayor. The $225 million energy retrofit would be repaid with an estimated $20 million a year savings in heating bills. But some community groups wonder if the private projects could be funded more economically, and whether they can skip over poorer neighborhoods where firms may see less profit. If something goes wrong, said Amisha Patel, director of Grassroots Collaborative, a community-labor coalition, “There’s nothing we can do about it.” Concern has been inflamed by Emanuel’s reluctance to reveal the other projects the fund would take on after the energy retrofit. But other infrastructure goals include upgrading an overburdened transit system and speeding up broadband service. The City Council has approved formation of the trust, but Emanuel’s appointees to the board are awaiting approval by the council. Other public-private projects have triggered controversies about private control. In one of the largest deals, Indiana got $3.8 billion from an investment group in 2006 to lease the Indiana Toll Road for 75 years. The private firms improved the roadway but also doubled fares for some users, bringing criticism from some legislators who couldn’t do anything about it. A project for a 10-mi. (16 km) express toll road in the San Diego area in 2007 failed after it did not produce the rates of return the private developer expected. “I still think there is room for public-private partnerships,” said Marney Cox, chief economist of the San Diego Association of Governments, which wound up taking over the road in a buyout. “But you need to be careful when you put them together that you don’t get your assumptions out of whack and require that growth occur at extraordinary levels.” Ybarra said government representatives can try to negotiate limits on toll and fee increases. But the private investors have considerable leverage. “Governments need this more than institutional investors need this, but I think there’s a benefit to both,” said Mark Huamani, an investment analyst at J.P. Morgan. In Yonkers, a New York suburb with a mix of affluent and poor neighborhoods, officials are looking for $1.7 billion in private investment money to fix dozens of antiquated schools, including the 88-year-old Gorton High School, and say the benefits of private funding outweigh possible problems. Investors’ returns would be paid with future tax revenue. “We couldn’t repair the buildings faster than they were deteriorating,” said Joe Bracchitta, chief administrative officer for the school district. “We think that this is a way that urban school districts that are in a state of disrepair or decay can find another way to repair themselves and build 21st century environments for their students.”

Hiring Quotas Cost Administration officials significantly underestimated the cost to construction employers of proposed new hiring quotas for federal contractors according to a new analysis released June 27 by the Associated General Contractors of America. According to the analysis, a proposed new hiring quota for the disabled would cost employers 30 times more than officials predict while a new hiring quota for veterans would cost employers 20 times more than originally estimated. “The administration has grossly underestimated the financial and administrative burdens that these new rules would impose, particularly on small businesses,” said Brian Turmail, the association’s spokesperson. “If the proposed rules take effect, many small construction firms may no longer be able to afford to work on federal projects.” Turmail noted that the administration’s proposal to force federal contractors to make sure that 7 percent of their workers in each job category are disabled would cost construction firms $14,056 per year for each of their office locations, 30 times higher than the $473 compliance cost the administration suggested in its proposed rules. In addition, employers would have to spend at least 1,444 hours per office location complying with the new rule, 185 times longer than the 7.8 hours federal officials estimated. The spokesperson added that the administration’s proposed veterans hiring quota would cost construction firms a minimum of $11,333 per year per office location, 25 times more than the $560 estimated by the Department of Labor. That rule also would force construction employers to spend at least 1,267 hours per year per office site to comply, 140 times longer than the nine hours Labor officials originally suggested. Turmail noted that the added burden the new rules would impose on firms, when combined with the cost of complying with other regulations would likely be too much to bear for many small firms considering working on federal projects. The analysis was based on detailed evaluations of the hiring quotas conducted by construction firms that would be covered by the rule. Association officials added that the new rules aren’t even needed, considering federal data indicates contractors are already doing everything within their power to hire people with disabilities and veterans. And the current unemployment rates for people with disabilities and veterans — which the Department cites to justify its new quotas — are lower than for construction workers. The proposed new rules require firms to meet sweeping new reporting requirements, establish formal partnership agreements with community outreach programs to help with recruiting, and put in place new training programs, among other costly new measures. If firms fail to meet the “goals” set out in the two proposed rules, they face federal audits and potential debarment from working on future federal contracts.


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Wright Express Corporation, a global provider of value-based business payment processing and information management solutions, in collaboration with IHS, a global source of information and analytics, released results of its Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index (FCI), which indicated an increase of 5.1 percent in May versus its level the previous year. The Wright Express Construction FCI measures national fuel consumption statistics for the construction industry, which provides an accurate and up-to-date indication of construction activity in the United States. Wright Express worked with IHS to capture and analyze transaction data from its closed loop network of more than 180,000 fuel and vehicle maintenance locations, including more than 90 percent of the domestic retail fuel locations and 45,000 vehicle maintenance locations. With this data, the Wright Express Construction FCI can be used to identify emerging trends within the construction industry and the national economy. The indicators were tested at monthly, quarterly and annual frequencies, with the greatest insights produced

using the year-over-year percent change of the monthly data. For May 2012, the Wright Express Construction FCI reported that fuel consumption by U.S. construction companies increased by 5.1 percent versus May 2011 and increased by 4.5 percent versus the previous month. The Wright Express Construction FCI is available monthly in advance of the U.S. Census Bureau figures on construction spending. Last month’s Wright Express Construction FCI accurately captured the weakness evident in many of the government’s subsequent construction data releases. Construction spending excluding improvements — a good measure of activity — declined 0.2 percent in April. Private nonresidential spending decreased by 0.2 percent, although private residential construction excluding improvements rose 2.1 percent. Total construction put-inplace increased by 0.3 percent in April. IHS Analysis According to the IHS analysis, the up-and-down nature of the Wright Express Construction FCI in recent

months suggests that the industry’s recovery is still somewhat fragile. After three years of depressed construction, the inventory of new housing is beginning to tighten. New home sales rose 3.3 percent in April, and estimates for the previous three months were revised upward. The new home sales market is improving, although activity is still less than half of normal. Inventory continues to shrink, which is good news since builders will have to replenish stocks by ramping up starts once demand rebounds. Meanwhile, to echo last month’s report, getting rid of the excess housing supply could be a drawn-out affair. The homeowner vacancy rate measuring the proportion of homes that are vacant and for sale was 2.3 percent at the end of 2011. This vacancy rate is consistent with a glut of about one half of a million houses. At the current pace, eliminating the overhang should take less than two years, but will probably take longer, because it is concentrated in a few high-unemployment states. For more information, visit wrightexpress.com.


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Hyundai Provides Muscle for Farm Compost Operation

Earth Care Farm has been selling compost since 1979.

Rhode Island may not be one of the largest states in the country, but its geographic location makes it one of the most nutrient rich. Nestled between the New England mountains and the eastern coastline, the small state of Rhode Island is an ideal place for the production of compost. Michael Merner, founder of Earth Care Farm and Rhode Island’s oldest compost farmer, learned this first hand when he began his compost business in 1979. Since that time he has made a living by utilizing the natural byproducts of the state to manufacture compost for Earth Care Farm’s Hyundai loader is used for a minimum of 40 hours each week. The Hyundai loader is used sale to local farms, businesses and daily to move materials dumped homeowners. By continually at the facility to the large, maturreplenishing the land in harmony ing compost piles. Once the matewith nature, Merner is helping to rial is moved to the piles, the preserve high soil quality for loader is further used to incorpofuture generations. rate the new materials into the When people think of compostpiles and to aerate and mix the ing, they often think of large procompost 5 yds. at a time. Every duction facilities with enormous pile is completely mixed and aerscreeners and a distinct odor, many ated every three weeks. Equipped of which are operated by townwith a 5 cu. yd. bucket and 30,510 ships that collect leaves and brush lb. breakout force, the HL760 from local residents. Very few moves numerous types of materipeople think of a small, family al. owned and operated farm produc“Every day we get a variety of ing a finished product that smells materials delivered to the farm, like sweet earth with the belief that from leaves and woodchips, to there’s no such thing as waste in vegetable clippings, to local fish nature. Earth Care Farms is just that, a The variety of materials in Earth Care Farm’s compost is nutrient rich, encouraging large vegetable byproduct and seaweed, to zoo manure, to restaurant and food small, specialty farm that produces growth. John Barth shows off some of the farm’s huge rhubarb. scraps. The diversity of the mate3,000 cu. yds. of chemical free rials that go into our compost is “We purchased the Hyundai HL760, 215 horsepower, compost each year. To yield that amount of compost annually, the farm must accept and continually move three times 39,460 pound, 4 wheel drive loader just over two years ago what makes it so nutrient rich and sought after,” stated that amount of material, up to 9,000 cu. yds., due to its reduc- to help support our growing business and to assist us in mov- Merner. Not all compost is created equal. Many larger, production tion in volume while maturing. With such a high volume of ing large amounts of material and mature compost quickly. materials to be moved on their small, 30-acre farm, 3 acres We owned other loaders at the time, but following some oriented compost facilities use just leaves and brush which of which serve as their compost footprint, the staff relies research, the Hyundai HL760 made the most sense for our may be tainted by herbicide residues or sewer sludge, which heavily on their equipment fleet which includes three wheel application. Once delivered, it quickly became my machine often contains heavy metals to create compost. These materials have very little nutrient value and are generally low loaders, a rented screener, a backhoe and several compact of choice. “The hydraulic response on the HL760 is phenomenal and cost. High-quality compost is made from a broad variety of tractors, the workhorse and muscle of the daily operation its econo-mode allows us to save money on fuel without sac- nutrient rich, chemical free materials and is typically twice being their Hyundai HL760 wheel loader. Merner said that, “Our equipment is indispensable, partic- rificing performance, while remaining environmentally con- the price of landfill compost, but you get what you pay for ularly the Hyundai loader. Without it, we’d need 1,000 peo- scious through lower emissions. With fuel being such a key according to Merner. “The higher the nutrient value in the compost, the higher ple with pitchforks to manually do the work of this one expense in the manufacture of compost, the econo mode on the per cubic yard price and the greater the yield in terms of the HL760 was a huge selling point. In addition, the machine machine.” growth for crops, flowers, etc. The most unique attribute According to John Barth, general farm manager, Earth moves quickly. With four forward and three reverse speeds, about the compost produced on our farm is the addition of Care Farm takes equipment purchases very seriously it can travel up to 21.3 miles per hour, which helps us get more done in less time.” see FARM page 100 because they are so reliant upon it.


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sides of the road will provide safer bicycle travel. “We’ve been able to keep both lanes open most of the time,” said Denny Eisenhauer, project manager of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). As the project progresses, crews may shut one lane down and use flaggers, as necessary. According to the contract, however, traffic may not be stopped between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. For now, HRI is running one shift from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., though the company plans to request permission from State College to carry out night paving in the future. Kuharchik Construction Inc. of Exeter is performing the signal work. The company is replacing signals at three intersections with updated equipment and installing new signals at two intersections that did not previously have lights. Green Acres Contracting, headquartered in Scottdale, is installing guiderail and D.W. Miller Inc. of Huntingdon was subcontracted to place raised pavement markers. Thomas Timberland Enterprises Inc., based in Pleasant Gap, is in charge of tree removal, and Green Valley Landscaping of WilkesBarre will do the seeding. This area of Centre County is known for its limestone deposits, so dealing with such on a road construction project is to be expected. Crews were prepared for the limestone during excavation and for the possible

sinkholes that may occur. The project was originally slated to end at the intersection of Route 3018 and Atherton Rd. Upon closer inspection of the intersection, it was decided that paving through the intersection would provide a smoother transition. This additional work will add approximately $60,000 to $70,000 to the grand total. HRI excavated approximately 51,000 cu. yds. (38,992 cu m) of balanced earthwork using a Caterpillar D6T XL dozed rented from Cleveland Brothers in State College, and a Komatsu PC 228 rented from Mid Atlantic Machinery in Harrisburg. HRI is using a Caterpillar CS56 sheepsfoot roller for building and compacting embankments. It also is employing a Vermeer 655 trencher, a Komatsu PC38 excavator, a Caterpillar 14G grader and a Volvo L60F wheel loader. In the latest update from PennDOT, crews are working on installation of pavement base drain and sub-base grading on the left side from the Campbell Road intersection to the Atherton Street intersection, while simultaneously placing the curb and sidewalk. Excavation and embankment placement has begun from Research Drive to Blue Course Drive and utility contractors are performing aerial and underground relocation work throughout the project. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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

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

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

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

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Mayor Bloomberg Applauds ‘Lower Manhattan’s Rebirth’

Photo courtesy of Joe Woolhead

Larry A. Silverstein was joined by approximately 1,000 construction workers and other New York government, civic and business leaders at a topping out ceremony marking the completion of steel erection for the new 4 World Trade Center. WTC from page 1

kind model of sustainable urban development. Over the past decade, the number of people living downtown has doubled. We have the best mass transit network, new parks and schools, and the densest concentration of green buildings of anywhere in the world. That is why lower Manhattan is fast becoming the location of choice for all kinds of creative companies, as well as the financial powerhouses of Wall Street.” “The World Trade Center site is at the

heart of Lower Manhattan’s rebirth,” said Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. “As 4 World Trade Center takes its place in the New York City skyline, we’re creating a neighborhood that is stronger than ever. Congratulations to all who have taken on the challenge of rebuilding and worked so hard on this important project.” New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver said: “To think that such a beautiful structure now stands where there had once been such shocking ugliness and

Photo courtesy of Joe Woolhead

The fourth tallest skyscraper on the World Trade Center site, 4 WTC will include 72 floors that total approximately 2.3 million sq. ft.

terrible pain is, on the one hand, breathtaking and inspiring, and on the other, so perfectly symbolic of New York’s ‘can do/never surrender’ spirit. I congratulate Larry Silverstein and Dan Tishman on this outstanding achievement.” Designed by Pritzker Prize winning

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The final steel beam, which weighed 8 tons and was adorned with an American flag, was signed by Larry Silverstein and other dignitaries.

Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki, 4 World Trade Center is located at 150 Greenwich St. and bounded by Greenwich, Church, Cortlandt and Liberty streets. The tower was designed to have an abstract quality — minimal, light, cool in color, and ephemeral, changing with the light of day. Seen from a distance, the building presents a unique angular profile at the crown, in keeping with the spiral composition formed by the group of four towers and looking back to the Memorial and One World Trade Center. The fourth tallest skyscraper on the World Trade Center site, 4 WTC will include 72 floors that total approximately 2.3 million sq. ft. It has been designed to meet a LEED Gold level of sustainable design — like 7 World Trade Center and the other office buildings at the WTC site. A quarter of the office space is slated to become the new headquarters of the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey. Another 600,000 sq. ft. will be occupied by the city of New York. The remainder of the office space will be retained by Silverstein Properties for commercial tenants. The podium base of 4 WTC is made up of the ground floor, plus two levels above grade and two floors below grade that are dedicated for retail use — restaurants, shops and boutiques of every kind. The building provides primary access from Wall Street to the World Trade Center’s underground transportation and retail concourse, which in turn connects to the central PATH terminal and virtually every subway line. Said Fumihiko Maki, “The design of the see WTC page 119


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YOUR NAME WOULD LOOK GREAT ON OUR CAR . . . WIN AND WE’LL PUT IT THERE!

© 2012 Caterpillar. All Rights Reserved. The stylized No. 31 and the RCR checkered flag logo are registered trademarks of RCR Enterprises, LLC. JEFF BURTON and Jeff Burton’s autograph are trademarks of Jeff Burton Autosports, Inc. CAT, CATERPILLAR, CAT RACING, their respective logos, “Caterpillar Yellow,” the “Power Edge” trade dress, other marks and corporate identity used herein are trademarks of Caterpillar and may not be used without permission. All trademarks, personal likenesses and the likeness of the No. 31 race car are used under license from their owners.

A THANK YOU THAT PUTS YOUR BUSINESS ON TRACK, LITERALLY. In a contest that is sure to get your blood racing, we’re taking our logo off the side of the Jeff Burton Caterpillar No. 31 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car and putting your name on it. Two lucky winners will have their company name prominently displayed on the car during the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, October 13, 2012, in addition to receiving a paid trip and VIP passes for the entire race weekend. Find out all the details and submit your name today at WinAtTheWorkshop.com/race.


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POWER AND PRODUCTIVITY.

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Get More Done With Versatile Terex® Equipment You need a machine that offers the right combination of power and productivity. And that’s what you get with Terex® equipment. We offer over 60 unique models within our construction product line. Our skid steer loaders, excavators, wheel Loaders, backhoes and compact track loaders provide the traction, maneuverability, reach and clearance you need to take control of demanding repetitive workloads.

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Summit Supply LLC, a division of Multi Machine Inc., has expanded with the acquisition of a new 100,000 sq. ft warehouse in New Jersey. “We are now set up and ready to better serve our ever growing customer’s needs,” said Eric Druckenmiller, Summit Supply general manager. “The same great service that our customers have come to know is now even better. Not only has the rubber track warehouse expanded, we have brought on several new product lines, including flat proof skid steer tires, rubber pads for steel tracked machines and undercarriage parts.” Summit Supply LLC is a family owned and operated business that has been growing since it has opened its doors for business in 1981. Its main inventory line is the Summit brand rubber tracks; the company has more than 6,000 rubber tracks in stock every day, according to Druckenmiller. “We carry over 240 track sizes to fit 99 percent of all rubber tracked equipment in the country. Summit tracks are built to exact OEM specs, made with 100 percent virgin rubber compounds — not recycled rubber — and continuous steel cords inside to make our tracks the strongest tracks in the marketplace today.” According to Druckenmiller, Summit’s customers get three to four times the use out of a set of flat proof tires as compared to the air tires. The company stocks two tread

designs: the aggressive tread pattern and the smooth tire for demo work in the 10 by 16.5 in. (25.4 by 42 cm) and 12 by 16.5 in. (30.5 by 42 cm) tire sizes. “Our rubber tires are bonded to the rims so that there is never any rim slippage when the machine is under load. The rims are offset, which allows the customer to make the machine wider for more stability or narrower to fit into smaller confined areas. Our demolition and scrap salvage customers have found the smooth solid tires extremely fitting for their needs as they are always working in harsh environments and around sharp objects,” Druckenmiller said. Summit Supply carries a large inventory of bottom rollers, top rollers, sprockets and front/rear idlers for many of the machines. It also offers rubber pads for full-size excavators to small steel tracked excavators. “We carry from the 300mm to 700mm size pad with bolt-on, clip-on and chain type styles in inventory. Again, large quantities of many sizes are kept in stock. Generally we need to confirm measurements with the customer to ensure perfect fitment to their machine,” Druckenmiller said. All orders received by 3:30 p.m. EST will ship out the same day unless otherwise discussed with the sales department. For more information, call 888/888-1248 or visit www.mmmachine.com/rubbertracks.htm


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Chris Polimino Takes Reins at East Syracuse’s Atlas Fence ATLAS from page 18

“We will continue Atlas Fence’s reputation of providing a high level of customer service, using quality materials and performing quality installations for our customers,” said Polimino. “Plus, we’ll continue providing a very safe and productive work environment for our employees.” It’s these employees that Polimino considers a key element to Atlas Fence’s past, present and future success. “Most of our employees have been working for Atlas Fence or have been in the fencing industry for more than 20 years,” he said.

“This makes us stand out from our competitors, and we intend to keep all 20 of our fulltime employees.” Polimino expects that staff to grow in number to as high as 45 as the peak construction season continues. “We also plan on increasing our service vehicle fleet, as well,” he said. For more information, visit www.atlasfence.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Working the showroom at Atlas Fence (L-R) are Company President Chris Polimino, Kathy Zaretsky and Tom Collins. One of the Atlas Fence fleet trucks with an attached drill rig.

Customized craftsmanship goes into all of Atlas’ fencing projects, whether it be built of wood, steel, plastic, concrete or wrought iron.

The showroom of the Atlas Fence Design Center, which contains samples of nearly all of their varieties of commercial and residential fencing.


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From the Bleachers Well, guess what? My dream came true! That is, I got to go to Scotland and play the Old Course in St. Andrews. The only bad news is that I keep pinching myself to be sure I was actually there and not dreaming again. Those of you who’ve been to that amazing little country will totally understand why I was, and always will be, in awe of standing on the first tee at the oldest golf course in the universe. And those of you who are even casually into golf should make going to golf heaven a priority. Trust me, it is an experience you will never forget, whether you shoot 61, 71 or 101. The score doesn’t matter, just being there does. OK, I know what you’re thinking! I shot 92, with six pars and one birdie, sinking a three-foot putt on the 16th hole, a par 4. But I had six double bogeys and an ugly 8 on a short par 4. How’d that happen? Simple answer: the heather. Make that the horrible heather, which was knee-high and thick. Trying to hit a perfect tee shot, I topped my ball into the heather jungle and that was it. Getting out of that stuff with a golf club is like trying to eat a bowl of tomato soup with a toothpick. I bogeyed No. 17, the “Road Hole,” because I was short of the green and didn’t get it up and down. On 18, though, I had another unforgettable moment. My chip shot lipped out and unlike Doug Sanders in the 1970 British Open, I drained a three-foot putt for par. Then about 10 people who were standing along the fence along the road right behind the 18th applauded and I tipped my brand-new Old Course golf cap to them. OK, OK, enough about my round! Sorry, but we golfers get carried away. However, if you’d like more, give me a call and I’ll give you more. Missing that par putt in the 1970 Open put Sanders into a playoff with Jack Nicklaus, who shot an even par the next day and won by a shot. I was somewhat surprised that the Old Course wasn’t in great condition. There were a lot of tight lies on the fairways — yes, I actually hit a few of them — and some of the greens weren’t wonderful. The bottom line was, though, who cares! The British Open is next week at the Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club in Lancashire, England, and the hot topic now is Tiger Woods’ pursuit of Sam Snead’s 82

career victories and Nicklaus’ record 18 major championships. With his 73rd Tour win in the AT&T two weeks ago, Woods passed Nicklaus in career victories. And given that Tiger’s only 36 and Snead won his final tournament at age 52 — still a record — most are convinced he will cruise past Slammin’ Sammy. The big question is, will he catch or pass Jack’s 18, the number he reached at age 46 when he won the 1986 Masters. There has been and will continue to be debate over the competition Nicklaus had to deal with in his prime compared to those teeing it up against Woods in his prime. That is, were Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino, Gary Player, etc. much better, a little better, the same, or not as good as Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy, Webb Simpson, etc.? The top of today’s leader board doesn’t include legends — yet — but who knows if any of those in Woods’ path will or won’t become golf legends. Only time will tell. Still, there is no doubt in my bogey-making brain that the depth in professional golf today — on both the men’s and women’s tours — is far greater than it was 25, 30 years ago. There are more international players with world-class talent now than ever before. There are only seven non-USA players in the top 50 with the number of PGA Tour wins. And Vijay Singh of Fiji, who is 14th with 34 Tour wins and is still playing well, is the only one in the top 22. Tiger has already won three tournaments this year and it’s pretty obvious there are more to come before he puts on the skis — if he does. But passing Nicklaus’ majors number, even tying it, is hardly a gimme. Most of us consider it a 35-foot, downhill, sidehill putt that no way he’ll make. Given what Woods has accomplished already in 2012, next week’s British Open could be somewhat of a crystal ball for what he will or won’t accomplish in the future. Who wants to see a record held by a warm and friendly player broken by a cold and calloused player? Not me. (Rick Woodson is a regular columnist for the “Rochester Business Journal” in Rochester, N.Y., and is the author of “Words of Woodson”, a collection of sports columns, available at www.authorhouse.com and www.thegolftee.net. Woodson’s e-mail address is rwoodson@rochester.rr.com. )

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Acquisitions, New Stores Make Up Volvo Rents’ Expansion In early 2011, Volvo compact excavators and Rents set a course to not compaction equipment — only operate a franchise Volvo Rents stores carry a network of rental centers, comprehensive line of essenbut also manage and grow tial equipment and tools for a network of companythe construction, commerowned stores. And while cial, industrial and homethe bulk of Volvo Rents’ owner markets. The focus is growth has been through on daily, weekly and monththe acquisitions of indely rentals. pendently-owned conAccording to Crouch, the struction equipment rental opening of these new stores companies, the opening of comes at a perfect time, as new stores has played an the recession continues to integral role in the compaforce contractors to be finanny’s expansion strategy. cially prudent. In the last six months, “Currently, the U.S. is Volvo Rents has opened a undergoing an unprecedenttotal of 10 new rental cened shift from buying equipters throughout North ment to renting,” he added, America, including nine in noting that construction the United States and one equipment rental revenue in Canada. grows an average of seven “Yes, acquisitions have In the last six months, Volvo Rents has opened a total of 10 new rental centers throughout North America, includ- percent annually. “This puts been a great way for us to ing nine in the United States and one in Canada. us in a very favorable posiexpand our North tion as we continue to grow American footprint, but it’s not the only ness grow and succeed through multiple equipment industry.” in various markets across the country.” In addition to an expanding line of Volvo way,” said Mike Crouch, vice president of strategies, and it is these strategies that sepaFor more information, call 888/899-8658 business development of Volvo Rents. “We rate us from our competitors and further dis- compact equipment — such as backhoe and or visit www.volvorentsconstructionequiphave taken decisive steps to help our busi- tinguish us as the leader in the construction skid steer loaders, compact wheel loaders, ment.com/locations.

Vt.’s Checkered House Bridge to Be Widened for Traffic By Wilson Ring ASSOCIATED PRESS

RICHMOND, Vt. (AP) After more than a year of planning using computers, laser levels and measuring devices accurate to a fraction of a millimeter, it took engineers with tape measures and construction workers with sledgehammers to finally bring the 83-year-old Checkered House Bridge into the 21st century. On June 18, workers cut the historic 350ft. (106 m) U.S. Route 2 bridge in two lengthwise by unbolting the braces holding the trusses together and began the process of pushing the sides apart to widen the span by 12-1/2 ft. (3.8 m). As far as anyone involved in the project has been able to determine, it’s the first time such a technique has been tried on such a large bridge. Officials say the wider bridge is needed to accommodate modern traffic that frequently includes bicyclists, pedestrians and farm equipment. The span is scheduled to reopen a year from now. Despite the preparations, the hardest push was the first. After workers moved one 300,000-lb. (136,078 kg) truss about 2 in. (5 cm) downstream on the Winooski River, crews spent hours trying to free a single spot

at the base of the bridge where, despite the specialized rollers it was laid on and pressure from hydraulic jacks, it remained stuck. “I’m really not surprised. It’s such a large structure and such an old structure that there have to be points, friction points, that it hangs up on,” said Dale Gozalkowski, of the Albany, N.Y.-based engineer firm Clough Harbour & Associates, who helped design the project and watched June 18 as it was put into action. The original 350-ft. Pennsylvania truss bridge was built in 1929, two years after an epic flood washed out a covered bridge in the same spot. The bridges are marked by the crisscrossing I-beams that form a latticework, creating a steel canopy above the road surface. Vermont Transportation Agency officials have known for decades that the aging bridge about 10 mi. east of Burlington needed to be upgraded or replaced. The travel surface was 20 ft. (6.1 m) wide, barely wide enough for two vehicles to pass each other, and the aging steel and the road surface was deteriorating. For years, Vermont officials debated the best course of action. They considered tearing it down and building a new one, leaving it alone or turning it into a one-

lane bridge and building another alongside it. But the bridge is the last of its kind in Vermont on a major roadway and, as such, is historically significant, said Scott Newman, the historic preservation officer of the Vermont Agency of Transportation. The total project cost for the bridge and the approaches on both sides is about $16 million. A new open bridge could have been built for about $7 million. But the federal law required that the historic bridge be preserved, if possible, Newman said. “Folks are always looking at the bottom line and I don’t blame them. We are very conscious of the bottom line,” Newman said. “These are truly unique circumstances where you have a big structure that is highly significant where we need to be in compliance with federal regulations.” But Vermont Transportation Secretary Brian Searles said June 18 that the price comparison didn’t take into account the design-build system used for the Checkered House Bridge. “One cannot discount the engineering significance of what is being accomplished this week in Richmond,” Searles said. “It is a truly innovative undertaking that will preserve what is believed to be a

valuable historic resource.” Once the decision to preserve the bridge was made, it became an engineering challenge. “This is not something you see in a textbook every day,” Jerry Pfunter, of the Tallahassee, Fla.,-based Finley Engineering Group, which was contracted for the actual widening of the bridge. “Typically, we start with a clean slate; we’ve got new members; we can build the traditional connections. Here we have a situation where we are partially taking apart connections.” After the two sides were separated, workers used tape measures to note the progress. At several points on the bridge, the workers reported by radio the progress of the separation in inches and fractions of inches. On one end of the bridge, an oldfashioned 4-ft. level was clamped onto the side of the bridge to provide an instant readout of whether the bridge truss was perfectly vertical. Later, the truss had gotten stuck a second time, although the truss was completely separated, and it appeared doubtful that crews would be able to make the push in one day.


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Today we present another part of our ongoing series, “Stuff That Guys Do.� Our first example of guys doing stuff comes from the University of Washington Daily, which recently published a report written by Jeremy Simer and sent in by alert reader Donna Bellinger, headlined, “Fraternity Game Turns Into Arrest.� What happened, according to this report, was that some guys were up on the roof of the Theta Delta Chi fraternity house, and, as guys will do when they spend any time together in an elevated location, they began sharing their innermost feelings. I am, of course, kidding. These guys, being guys, began dropping things off the roof, starting with smaller items, and eventually escalating — this is when the police were summoned — to a chair and a rowing machine. A fraternity member is quoted as follows: “We’re frat guys. What can you say?� Far be it from me to indulge in sex stereotyping here, but I am willing to bet that the reaction of you readers to this story is divided along gender lines, as follows: FEMALE REACTION: “Why would anybody do anything so stupid?� MALE REACTION: “A rowing machine! Cool!� The simple truth is that guys have this overpowering urge to watch stuff fall and crash. If you ever see an inappropriate object, such as a piano, hurtling toward the Earth from a great height, you can be virtually certain that guys are responsible. Ask yourself this question: If you were standing in the middle of a bridge spanning a magnificent wilderness gorge, at the bottom of which was a spectacular whitewater river, what would you do? FEMALE RESPONSE: Admire the view. MALE RESPONSE: Spit. Yes, the truth is that there are few things that a guy enjoys more than proudly watching a gob of spit — his spit; spit that he produced — falling a tremendous distance. This is a male impulse that females frankly cannot relate to, just as males cannot relate to the female impulse to go into greeting-card stores and spend hours shopping for greeting cards even when there is no particular occasion or person you need to send a greeting card to, which is what women frequently do when guys are out spitting. I am not suggesting here that all guys ever do is drop stuff. Sometimes they also throw stuff, and sometimes this can lead to trouble. I have in my possession an official U.S. government memorandum, sent to me by an alert but anonymous reader, that was written by Paul E. Thompson, acting director, Western Region,

Inspection Operations, Food and Safety Inspection service, U.S. Department of agriculture. Here is the first paragraph of this memorandum, which I absolutely swear I am not making up: “This is to remind all personnel of the danger and inadvisability of engaging in activities commonly referred to as ‘Horseplay.’ A few examples of horseplay include, but are not limited to: throwing spleens, squirting water and flipping lymph nodes.� In professional journalism, we have an old saying that we frequently say, which goes like this: “you do not print a story about federal employees engaging in horseplay involving spleens or lymph nodes without making a sincere effort to get the other side.� So I contacted the USDA’s Western Region office, which is located — and let this be a lesson to those who claim that the federal government is poorly managed — in the West. I spoke with Dr. Bruce Kaplan, a public affairs specialist, who explained that, “on rare occasions,� poultry and meat inspectors, as well as plant employees, will become bored and flip meat and poultry organs at each other. (He did not specifically state that these were guys doing this, but some things go without saying.) “In the poultry plants, they will flip spleens,� explained Dr. Kaplan. “In the redmeat plants, they will flip lymph nodes.� Dr. Kaplan stressed that “there is absolutely no danger in terms of food safety.� The problem, he said, is the safety of plant workers: “When they walk on the floor where these organs fall, they could slip.� In hopes of making the public more aware of the potential danger, I asked Dr. Kaplan to describe a poultry spleen. These are little small spleens,� he explained. “They’re tiny little slippery spleens.� I think we can draw several conclusions from this story: 1. First and foremost, “Slippery Spleens� would be an excellent name for a rock band. 2. Although it has become fashionable to knock “big government,� we must not forget that, without the quick and decisive action by the USDA in the form of Acting Directory Thompson’s memorandum, the ordinary public, in the form of food-plant workers, would have no protection from the threat of slipping on organs flipped by USDA inspectors. 3. If the USDA ever has a shortage of inspectors, it should definitely consider recruiting members of Theta Delta Chi. Š 2012 Tribune Media Services Inc. (This article first appeared May 12, 1996.)


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LPA Marine Takes Delivery of ‘Win a Cat Truck’ Prize The truck makes land on Peaks.

Coley Mulkern (C) of LPA Marine shows off the keys to LPA’s new truck presented to him by George Taylor of Caterpillar.

And by sea it came to Peaks. But The truck emerges, with police the quaint and usually quiet Casco and fire department escort. Bay, Maine island was ready. Hundreds of visitors had gathered to celebrate the surprise victory of one of their own in the hotly contested 2011 Caterpillar “Win a Cat Truck” contest. Aboard a decorated, water-gun saluted barge (courtesy of the Portland Fire Department), the grand prize, a brand new Cat CT660 vocational truck, arrived in Peaks June 13. There were cheers at the LPA Marine landing when it slowly rolled down the ramps and set wheel ashore. According to Caterpillar sources, the contest had been open and the public was asked to help choose the best, most deserving business case among more than 300 entries explaining why and how each company would put the new Cat truck to work. When results were tallied, from a grand total of 50,000 votes, 3,000 were from customers, friends and fans of local company LPA Marine, making it a clear winner. “We were very excited when we heard the news because for us it has a lot of meaning,” commented Chris Milton, president of Northeast Caterpillar dealer Milton CAT. “LPA represents the type of business that’s at the core of our regional economy; family- The Milton team who accompanied the truck say goodbye.

owned companies that build their reputation one day at a time, one job at a time, delivering their very best to their customers through thick and thin; every single member of my team is proud to play a role supporting them.” More than 50 employees from the Milton CAT Scarborough, Maine, location accompanied the truck on the barge when it crossed the bay to its new owner. Handing the keys to the truck to LPA’s Vice President Coley Mulkern, George Taylor, director of Caterpillar’s global on-highway truck group reminded the enthusiastic audience that the contest had been a tough one. “The large number of entries made it very competitive, but in addition, the level was impressive, detailing see CONTEST page 64


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Mack Partners With Lehigh Valley on Mack Truck Stop As a result of a partnership with multiple Lehigh Valley organizations, a Titan by Mack now greets visitors to the Levitt Pavilion at SteelStacks, an arts and cultural center and the former site of Bethlehem Steel. Mack partnered with ArtsQuest, which manages the Levitt Pavilion, and the Lehigh Career & Technical Institute (LCTI) on the project. The Mack Truck Stop was scheduled to open June 22. Food for the concession stand will be provided by Mr. Bill’s of Allentown, Pa. A red, white and blue Titan by Mack cab was installed on the side of the concession stand, giving the appearance that the cab is pulling the concession stand as a trailer. The concession window is surrounded by a building wrap that includes four themed panels with photos depicting how Mack has — for more than 100 years — supported our troops, built America, protected the environment and moved America. Mack Trucks provided the Titan cab to students in LCTI’s Diesel/Medium & Heavy Truck, Autobody Collision Repair, Welding and Drafting/CAD technology program. More than 35 students reworked the cab to ready it for its new role at SteelStacks. “We are proud of our heritage in the

Lehigh Valley, and the opportu“When guests visit the nity to partner with LCTI to Levitt Pavilion, they’ll be give students real-world experigreeted not only by the sounds ence in their chosen career of live music, but also by this paths,” said Kevin Flaherty, unique concession stand and president, Mack Trucks North display symbolizing the American sales and marketing. incredible partnerships that “Built in the U.S.A. is imporhave made the Levitt Pavilion tant to Mack — all of our possible,” said ArtsQuest trucks are built right here in the President Jeff Parks. “Mack Lehigh Valley. Now we can Trucks is a longtime partner also say we have a permanent that has helped us present a display featuring one of our variety of programming for models built by students in this the community over the years, region.” and they’ve once again Students at LCTI disassemstepped up in a big way at the bled and rebuilt the truck cab, Levitt Pavilion and Mack which included creating Truck Stop. The Mack Truck schematics for and designing The red, white and blue Titan by Mack cab was installed June 6 on Stop is a great example of new parts and a number of the side of the concession stand at the Levitt Pavilion at their continuing support, as required modifications. SteelStacks, giving the appearance that the cab is pulling the con- well as a visual reminder of “The LCTI Diesel Medium cession stand as a trailer. SteelStacks is an arts and cultural cen- Mack’s past and present conHeavy Truck Technician stu- ter and the former site of Bethlehem Steel. tributions to the Lehigh dents were able to learn hands Valley, and in fact, the entire on how a truck is built,” said Randy Schock, engineering concerns facing the diesel nation. We thank them, as well as the LCTI diesel medium heavy truck technolo- industry today. They were able to hold parts Bethlehem Redevelopment Authority and gy instructor. “As each component was that normally do not get serviced or changed. the city of Bethlehem, for all of their support assembled to the chassis the students built This gave them a deeper appreciation for the of this dynamic community music venue.” the highway’s largest truck. The students got construction and engineering that goes into The Titan model cab was installed at real world experience on construction and each truck.” Levitt Pavilion on June 6.

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business operation, challenges, goals and plans; definitely not an easy win.” According to Taylor, Mulkern’ s explanation of the challenges faced by his family’s island transport and construction business painted a complex picture where reliability was key. All materials used on the islands — drainage stone, seawall rip-rap, road gravel, winter sand and salt, waste-water drainage sand, topsoil, and landscaping material — need to be imported from the mainland. “The Mulkerns reminded us that a truck needs to be tough enough to carry those heavy loads, and also able to negotiate the rough landings, steep angles and rugged travelways that barging to the islands entails, as well as meeting all DOT regulations to run on mainland highways,” said Taylor.

“And most of all, an island transport truck needs to be dependable so as not to have expensive failures in remote locations, since a lot of people, businesses and families, depend on their work.” But what people really wanted to hear were Coley Mulkern’s words, and they were short and simple. “This is a win for Maine,” said Mulkern, “for a way of working, of coming together, and getting things done.”

Coley Mulkern’s sister Catherine Plante, christens the new truck.

The truck and its proud new owner, Coley Mulkern.

More than 50 employees from the Milton CAT location in Scarborough accompanied the truck during its voyage across Casco Bay.

The crowd grow.

The wait is over — those who helped win the truck get a chance to celebrate with it.

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The crowd looks out over Casco Bay, awaiting the arrival of the truck.


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Redpath Sugar Clears the Dock Faster With Sennebogen Located right on the north shore of Lake Ontario, the Redpath Sugar factory in Toronto, Canada, relies on ships plying the St. Lawrence Seaway to bring raw sugar from South America and the Caribbean to the inland factory. The plant ships out sugar products nationwide for 12 months of the year but, as a winter port where temperatures can dip to minus 4F, shipping and transportation can be a challenge through a large part of the year. As a result, the Redpath dock is pressed all year long to “make sugar while the sun shines.” The President of Redpath Sugar, Jonathan Bamberger, acknowledges that the need to move sugar faster off the docks is as much about economics as it is about timing. “At that time, finding ships to carry the sugar was very difficult, and having them berthed at the dock was costly. Our focus for the new ship unloader was to get the ships in and out as fast as possible.” Starting in 2007, the Redpath engineering team was assigned the task of upgrading see REDPATH page 76

The Sennebogen 880 EQ at the Redpath Sugar loading facility will unload ships 50 percent faster than the two rope cranes it is replacing.

Four gantry races were designed to run on five wheels, three motorized, to distribute the weight of the 880 EQ within the load limits of Redpath’s existing dock.

Despite the constricted space of the sugar dock, Redpath’s Jonathan Dunn required stairways in place of ladders along with well-guarded catwalks and maintenance platforms to ensure the safety of workers throughout the loading structure.


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through a C&D recycling operation, the screen plant should be a wet or dry, triple deck, horizontal or inclined type. The electromagnetic separator should be mounted inline, rather than perpendicular, at the top of the side discharge conveyor to assure smooth material flow. The separator’s head pulley and splitter should be stainless steel, which cannot become magnetized. Grasan, of Mansfield, Ohio, produces C&D recycling systems. All Grasan plants utilize Hazemag 1315 or 1515 primary impact crushers with hydraulic controls for more uniform products and 15 to 20 percent greater production than same-size impactors with standard controls, according to the manufacturer. Road-portable Grasan impact crushing plants are equipped with a skid-on, skid-off hopper and six independent hydraulic legs that provide complete operational support and infinite height and leveling adjustments. The crushing plant, screen plant and conveyors can all be set up in one day without crane assist. For more information, call 419/526-4440 or visit www.grasan.com.


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Grasan Offers Variety of Portable Inclined Screen Plants Grasan road-portable inclined screen plants are available in standard and custom designs, featuring high mobility, fast setup and long service life with minimum maintenance. Typical materials include crushed concrete and asphalt rubble, crushed stone and gravel, ores, coal, slag, coke and carbon. Normally the only setup procedure is unfolding and blocking the legs. Screen sizes range from compact 5 by 12 ft., 5 by 14 ft. and 6 by 16 ft. to 6, 7 and 8 ft. by 20 ft. (1.5 by 3.6 m, 1.5 by 4.3 m, 1.8 by 4.8 to 1.8, 2 and 2.4 by 6m) models. Larger sizes also are available, such as a high capacity 8 by 24 ft. (2.4 by 7.3 m) plant (1,000 tph [907 t] of 3/8 in. gravel) with self-erecting, all-hydraulic setup by one person. Screens feature thru-bolt construction, replaceable cross members, crowned screen decks, and spring or wedge side tensioning. Feed boxes and discharge chutes have wear liners, and the entire chute assembly removes easily in one piece for maintenance. Plants are mounted on tandem or triple axle trailers for easy highway transportation and are equipped with fold-up support legs, 5th wheel kingpin hitch, dual heavy-duty tires, air brakes, signal lights and mud flaps. Body frames are fabricated with extra heavy, wide flange beams for ruggedness with minimum vibration. There is a walkway on three sides with access ladders and ample room under the discharge for transfer conveyors or radial stackers. Adjustable belt scraper on fines conveyor minimizes cleanup. For more information, call 419/526-4440 or visit www.grasan.com.

Grasan road-portable inclined screen plants are available in standard and custom designs, featuring high mobility, fast setup and long service life with minimum maintenance.

KPI-JCI Embraces ‘Green’ Pretreatment, Coating Process As part of its mission to be ecosignificantly shorter turn-around period friendly whenever possible, Kolbergthan when using liquid paint, according Pioneer Inc. (KPI-JCI) is implementing to Mark Folkers, production manager at a sustainable pretreatment and coating Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc. To begin the process on certain equipment parts that process, parts are hung on a line and maximizes performance while minipassed through a five-station wash mizing the impact on the environment. before a part can enter the powder Before the parts utilizing the new paint booth. Once a part is painted, it is process are ever painted, the metal is passed in front of an 850-degree first cleaned (pretreated), thereby helpinfrared heater for one minute then ing the coating stick to the metal and enters a 350-degree oven for 50 minslowing corrosion if the paint gets damutes before entering the cool-off tunaged during use. The new pretreatment nel. Once the part is cooled and fullyprocess uses Zirconization, a watercured, it is ready to be sent to assembased, low-temperature pretreatment bly. technology based on highly corrosionLisa Carson, marketing manager of resistant materials that are free of solKPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens, vents, phosphates and heavy metals. said the company will continue to Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. (KPI-JCI) didexplore other green technologies that n’t stop with simply improving the preare good not only for the environment, treatment process, according to Bruce Dave Hanzlik, a painter of Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. (KPI-JCI), paints a counter weight arm but the customer’s bottom line. Dunham, marketing/technical manager guard for a Pioneer screen using the new powder coating system. “We are committed to producing of DuBois Chemicals Surface high-quality products while reducing ing. Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. has mitigated our impact on the environment,” she said. Finishing Sector. The company also installed life, according to the manufacturer. “If you have ever used a can of spray these issues by specifying a powder coating “Our new pretreatment and coating a coating system capable of applying and curing a powder coating versus a liquid paint, you are familiar with the strong sol- that provides a durable, corrosion-resistant processes are improving the lifespan of the paint. This coating system not only enhances vent odor,” Dunham said. “When used on an coating to protect its customer’s invest- machine, which is critical for the success of the appearance of the equipment, but also industrial level, solvent-based liquid paints ment.” our customers’ operations.” The pretreatment and coating process protects it from the elements that cause cor- can add cost associated with environmental For more information, call 605/668-2524 rosion, thus maximizing the product’s useful and health and safety monitoring and report- takes approximately 2.5 hours, which is a or visit www.kpijci.com.


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Company Expects Significant Savings in Energy Costs REDPATH from page 71

Despite misgivings about noise levels and capacity in the two proposals, the team found itself at a point where a decision was needed so the project could move forward. However, with time running out, Dunn received a phone call from Trevor Ash of Top Lift Enterprises in Stoney Creek, Ontario. “Trevor said he had heard that Redpath was in the market, and could he have a half-hour to show us what they have?” Top Lift’s presentation covered the range of Sennebogen machines. Among them was one of the

Redpath’s aging cranes and transfer facility. Last spring, when the Seaway opened after the winter, Redpath was ready to start clearing its dock at a greater rate than ever, due to its newly commissioned Sennebogen 880 EQ material handler. Ironically, after three years of planning, Redpath’s choice of Sennebogen’s equilibriated machine was an “11th hour” decision that led to a hectic and challenging winter. The need to replace two Colby rope cranes had been forecast by Redpath as long as 10 years ago. After more than 50 years of service on the harbor, the two cranes were becoming costly to maintain and the demand for throughput was rising. Redpath receives more than two dozen ships at its dock each year. The Colby cranes, with their 3 buckets, worked in tandem to transload the 20,000-ton cargos of raw sugar to a hopper, where a conveyor moved the product to the factory’s storage facility. The goal for the upgrade project was to deploy a single unloader that would increase the transfer rate by at least 50 percent over the combined production of the two Colby cranes. Redpath’s initial survey of equipment and practices led them to ports and sugar refineries around the world. It was then that they first encountered the concept of an equilibrium crane. “I had the opportunity to see an equilibriated Redpath expects to see significant savings in energy crane in operation but was not yet familiar with costs as a result of the efficient lifting capability of Sennebogen and their 880 EQ unit,” said Jonathan Sennebogen’s counterbalanced design. Dunn, Redpath’s manager of engineering projects. “The idea was attractive to me immediately. I appreciated the energy efficiency of the counterbalance design and the ‘positive pick’ of the material handler’s fixed boom.” While rope cranes rely on the weight of the bucket or grapple to dig into the pile, material handlers can use the hydraulics to push their attachment down and achieve a higher filling rate of the attachment. The result, Dunn surmised, would be a deeper, more efficient bite into dense loads of sugar. Dunn reported that he also was struck by the quiet operation of electric driven material handlers compared to conventional cranes. As the city of Toronto has worked to develop its downtown harbor front into recreational and community spaces, Redpath is the one industrial facility that has chosen to remain. To preserve its place here, Redpath The cantilevered mount of Sennebogen’s harbor cab has adopted a number of environmental and citi- provides operators with a direct view into the hold of zenship commitments to the area. Minimizing sugar-laden ships. noise and emissions from the dock was a high priority on the engineering team’s equipment criteria. However, when the engineering team compiled its firm’s newest developments: the 176 ton (160 t) model initial list of potential suppliers, Sennebogen’s name 880 EQ counterbalanced material handler. “Not to make too much of it,” Dunn said, “but for us, was not on it. While Sennebogen material handlers have emerged as North America’s leader in the scrap, recy- it really was love at first sight.” Top Lift was invited to make a technical presentation cling, waste and material handling industries over the on the capabilities of the 880 EQ. Dunn said the team past 10 years, the green machines are just now beginmembers were encouraged by photographs of the 880 ning to make inroads into North American ports. “At that point, I still wasn’t familiar with EQ. “We wondered why one manufacturer had recomSennebogen,” reported Dunn. “After we put out our inimended against its own material handler, and had protial request for proposals, we had four bids, but none of posed a rope crane for us instead. So we were interested them included an equilibriated machine. We narrowed the choice down to two single-jib rope cranes, but we in hearing why Sennebogen believed its EQ machine see REDPATH page 86 weren’t really totally satisfied with either choice.”

Going the Extra Several Hundred Miles When Redpath Sugar issued its PO to Top Lift Enterprises for a new 880 EQ material handler, Sennebogen put the machine on an accelerated timetable. Redpath had very little flexibility in its timeframe for completing the construction and installation work. “It had to be in the winter months, while the dock is idle,” explained Trevor Ash of Top Lift. “That gave us a delivery deadline at the end of August, so we could be operational by spring.” With production commencing in December, the machine was manufactured, tested and ready to ship in under 11 months. But then Mother Nature intervened. Sennebogen originally planned to deliver the big machine from Germany directly to the Redpath dock via the St. Lawrence Seaway, 900 mi. inland from the Atlantic Ocean to Toronto Harbor on Lake Ontario. That plan, however, was confounded at the last minute. The shipping company informed Sennebogen that it was unable to guarantee the machine’s arrival before the winter freeze on the Seaway. Sennebogen hastily put together an alternate plan, avoiding the Seaway by way of the Port of Baltimore, then by truck 500 mi through New York state to Toronto. But, as the project team learned, overland routes can have problems in winter, too. With waivers and police escorts carefully mapped out on back roads, Redpath’s 880 EQ was on its way through New York when the early December blizzards of 2010 upset the schedule again. As Redpath’s Jonathan Dunn recalled, “The police were called away. The roads were snowed in. The truck and driver were stranded at the side of the road for 15 days.” The new unit finally arrived at the Toronto dock just a few days ahead of the New Year. With limited time, the installation team also was severely restricted in space. Redpath’s 30-ft. wide dock extends out into the water and along the length of the factory wall, and is sealed off at the end by the streets of downtown Toronto. The material handler’s massive boom and undercarriage components had to be lifted into place by cranes operating from a 30 sq. ft. landing at the street end of the dock. The work crews from Top Lift, Greco and Sennebogen were able to bring in the project on time to meet Dunn’s schedule. “I really have to give all the credit to the service team —technically, they may have missed the initial delivery date due to Mother Nature, but they made the deadline. They simply did everything they had to do.”


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New ‘Specialty Size’ HAMMER Available at A.T. Equipment

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THE ONLY THING STRONGER

WILL BE YOUR BOTTOM LINE.

The industry’s toughest, longest lasting wood processing equipment is available through the extensive network of authorized Bandit dealers. Contact yours today and see how a Bandit chipper, grinder, or recycler can help boost your operation’s bottom line.

CALL 1-800-952-0178 OR VISIT WWW.BANDITCHIPPERS.COM

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Westchester Tractor, Inc. Cleaves Co. Inc.

Iron Source

300 Reservoir Street Needham, MA 02494 877-449-0833 Fax: 781-444-5611 www.cleavesco.com

25113 DuPont Blvd. Georgetown, DE 19947 888-733-5119 www.ironsourcede.com

Leslie Equipment Company 6248 Webster Rd. Cowen, WV 26206 304-226-3119 Fax: 304-226-3067 Beaver, WV 304-255-1525 Cross Lanes, WV 304-204-1818 Fairmont, WV 304-534-5454

Norton, WV 304-636-6421 Pikeville, KY 606-432-0321 Marietta, OH 740-373-5255 www.lec1.com

Modern Equipment 201 W. Church Rd., Suite 500 King of Prussia, PA 19046 800-445-4381 610-825-1952 Edison, NJ 732-738-9200 Sicklerville, NJ 800-682-7678 Bristol, PA 215-943-9100 www.moderngroup.com

Niagara Frontier Equipment Sales, Inc. 4060 Lake Ave. (Rt. 78) Lockport, NY 14094 716-434-2000 www.nfesales.com

Tyler Equipment Corp.

Westchester Tractor Inc.

251 Shaker Road East Longmeadow, MA 01028 800-292-6351 Berlin, CT 800-352-4473 www.tylerequipment.com

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


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COMMONWEAL ROCK AND RECYCLING NWEAL LTH EQUIPMENT CORP SOLUTIONS LLC 36 Hazleton Street 224 South St. Ashley, P PA A 18706 Hopkinton, MA A 01748 1-877-217-4474 1-866-622-3339 commonwealthequipment.com rockandrecycling.net commonwealthe equipment.com q p y g NY Up-State, VT PA, DL, MD M , DC , T,, NH, Nor the er VA, A, WV MA, CT T, , ME, RI Over North th American Distributors. On V Ov er e 20 Nor rica an Dist ttributo ibutors. . Call C ffor or

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USED RECYCLING EQUIPMENT

FEATURED EQUIPMENT

Systems and supplies for the aggregate, asphalt and recycling industries Track Mounted Crushers & Screens 2008 Metso Nordberg LT105 Track Mounted Jaw Crusher (28” x 42” ), 12 CY Hopper, Grizzly feeder, Side conveyor, Extended main conveyor, magnet, CAT engine. POR

2008 Metso Nordberg LT106 Track Mounted Jaw Crusher (28” x 42” ), 12 CY Hopper, Grizzly feeder, Side conveyor, Extended main conveyor, magnet, CAT engine. POR

2002 Pegson 1300 Maxtrak Track Mounted Cone Crusher, Cat diesel, 8100 hrs. POR

Wheel Mounted Crushers Metso Nordberg HP300CC Closed Circuit Cone Plant, Metso HP300 Cone, Metso 6x20 3-Shaft Triple deck screen, Triple axle chassis, Hydraulic leveling, Electrical controls. POR

Metso Nordberg NW400HP-RD Rear Discharge Cone Plant, Metso HP400 Cone, Single motor, Feed basket, Triple axle chassis, Hydraulic leveling, Electrical controls. POR

Metso Nordberg NW125-VF20 Chassis Mounted Jaw Crusher (37"x49"), C125 Jaw w/hyd. adjust, 20 ft Feeder, Quad axle chassis, Hydraulic leveling, Electrical controls. POR

Conveyors Superior Stackable Plus Conveyor(s) (30" x 60'), Electric drive. POR

Superior Radial Stacking Conveyor(s) (36" x 60'), Electric drive. POR

2007 Metso Nordberg LT105 Track Mounted Jaw Crusher (28” x 42”), 12 CY Hopper, Grizzly feeder, Side conveyor, Extended main conveyor, Magnet, CAT engine. POR

Screens, Feeders & Bins • Washing & Classifying Equipment • Hammers / Rock Breakers Cedarapids 6x20 3-Deck Horizontal Wash Screen w/Support, GreyStone single 44x32 screw, very good condition POR

Surestrike Model 4000 mounted on Hitachi EX450LC Excavator with quick coupler. POR

Serving all of New England Committed to Customer Support Since 1964

95 Kelly Avenue Futchburg, MA 04120

800-245-5472 info@whitneyandson.com

2006 BTI BT2010, Rebuilt 10k lb. Hydraulic Breaker, w/bracket to fit PC400 $42,000

Meeting Sennebogen Engineering Team Eased Concerns REDPATH from page 76

was the better solution.” Prior to the final RFP being called, Constantino Lannes, president of Sennebogen LLC, invited members of the Redpath engineering team to meet with the Sennebogen engineering team in Germany and to see these machines in operation and talk to other operations people. As well, they got the opportunity to further define their requirements. With three proposals now on the table, the Redpath team presented the bidders with a further challenge. Along with the new crane, the project called for installation of the complete transloading system, including a new 20 ft. square hopper and conveyors to deliver sugar to the existing conveyors in the storage shed. The whole system also would have to conform to the load limits of the existing dock. “We were looking for a total turnkey solution — to be able to just walk out the door to the dock, turn it on and go,” Dunn said. Of the three suppliers, only Top Lift was well-prepared for the engineering team’s turnkey request. With diverse interests in

industrial cranes, mobile material handlers and earthmoving equipment, Top Lift also is closely connected to Greco Contracting, a specialist in steel fabricating and construction. The Redpath project was a natural opportunity for the two firms to work together on an integrated solution. “This was a very large project for us,” Dunn admitted. “It was very stressful. Seeing the strength and resources of the organizations we had to work with in Sennebogen, Top Lift and Greco, it was a great relief.” The team’s confidence was confirmed when Dunn was invited to Germany to see the completed new machine operate before being shipped to Canada. “Seeing it fully assembled and tested at the factory took a lot off my mind. Once it got to our dock, all we would have to do is put it back together the same way.” Redpath’s new machine, a 400,000 lbs. (181,437 kg) gantry-mounted material handler equipped with a Canadian sourced Rotobec 11-yard clamshell, was able to traverse the length of the dock on four 5wheel races. The gantry tracks are offset in height, with the races next to the factory wall elevated to maximize dock space at

ground level. The Sennebogen large port cab operator’s station, designed specifically for port operations, is mounted 30 ft. (9 m) above the dock level and extends a full 19 ft. (5.9 m) out from its swing center to provide a clear direct view into the ship’s hold and into the loading hopper. Top Lift and Sennebogen found they still had some hurdles to overcome. Delivery plans were complicated by winter conditions on the Seaway and early blizzards along the overland truck route. When the machine was finally delivered to Toronto, the work crews were restricted to a landing area on the dock just 30 by 30 ft., backing onto a busy downtown street, to unload the giant boom and erect the new loading structure. Despite these difficulties, Top Lift and Greco had the project on track by the time Toronto’s shipping season reopened, with construction on the dock completed and the 880 EQ operational. Dunn credited the Sennebogen team for making the extra effort to keep to their original schedule. “Technically, they may have missed the initial delivery date due to Mother Nature, but they made the deadline. They simply did everything they had to do.” Since then, Top Lift has continued to

work with Redpath’s Engineering team and the dock staff to refine the system’s configuration and orient Redpath operators on the new machine. As equipped, the new unloader has the capacity to move as much as 18,000 lbs. (8,160 kg) of sugar per cycle, compared to the 4,900 lbs. (2,250 kg) maximum of each former crane. Operators also are becoming more and more comfortable with the equipment. During the most recent time trials, Redpath operators were closing in on the peak target of 600 tons/hr. “In effect, the company was looking for a 50 percent increase in total productivity, using one machine instead of two,” said Dunn. “I have no doubt we’ll get there.” Operators are continuing to train and Dunn expects to make further improvements to the dock operation, as he and his control team explore options for automating parts of the loading system. “Having gone through it all now, we can see that Sennebogen was the right choice,” Dunn said. “There’s simply no way we would be this close to our original goals at this point if we had gone any other way.” For more information, call (704) 3474910 or visit www.sennebogen-na.com.


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Kleemann Mobiscreen MS 19D - 500 tons/hour capacity - 5’ x 20’ screen deck area - 4 stacking conveyors - mobile tracks

MC 110 Z Kleemann Mobile Impact Crusher

Kleemann Mobile Jaw Crusher

M 16 Z MS Kleemann Mobile Screen

Anaconda 50’ and 75’ Stacker

Tackle any job with confidence with our selection of aggregate equipment available to rent or own. The Kleemann line combines innovative technology with outstanding performance. Supported by an Anaconda Stacker and our selection of excavators, loaders and more — we have what you need to get the job done.

Albany 800-926-4227s"INGHAMTON607-754-6570s"UFFALO800-834-9606 %LMIRA607-739-8741s2OCHESTER866-683-5338s3YRACUSE800-287-5286


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

Serving all of New England Committed to Customer Support Since 1964! 95 Kelley Avenue Fitchburg, MA 04120

Aggregate producers and contract crushers alike call Whitney & Son for products like the LT106 and LT200 crusher. The only track-mounted crusher on the market that is road legal.

800-245-5472

Exclusive New England dealer for Metso, excluding mobile screeners.

info@whitneyandson.com


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High Productivity – Low Operating Costs SENNEBOGEN green line material handling machines make your competitors “green with envy” TYLER EQUIPMENT CORP. East Longmeadow, MA 413-525-6351 Berlin, CT 860-356-0840 www.tylerequipment.com

C.N. WOOD CO., INC.

TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT, INC.

GIBSON MACHINERY

MIDLANTIC MACHINERY INC.

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

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

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

Wilkes-Barre, PA 570-824-9891 Harrisburg, PA 717-652-3190

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

BINDER MACHINERY CO.

THE OLIVER STORES

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

Bangor, ME 800-491-7840 Farmington, ME 800-451-0635 New Gloucester, ME 800-451-0635 Lancaster, NH 800-814-3645 www.theoliverstores.com

HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT COMPANY

RISH EQUIPMENT COMPANY

Rt. 219 North Dubois, PA 15801 814-371-3600

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


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Kirk Staples Joins Product Support at Astec Mobile Screens

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

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

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

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

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

Scan this QR code with your smartphone to learn more about Peterson (you can download a free reader from your phone's app store).

800-269-6520 • www.petersoncorp.com • PO BOX 40490 • Eugene, OR 97404

Kirk Staples will contribute to the Astec Mobile Screens’ product support department as a customer service/parts sales representative.

Kirk Staples, who has worked in sales and manufacturing for the past 20 years, will contribute to the Astec Mobile Screens’ product support department as a customer service/parts sales representative. In his new role, Staples will support customer requests, process orders and respond to dealers and customers with troubleshooting issues. Sean Scott, customer service/parts sales manager of Astec Mobile Screens, said he is looking forward to having an experienced service representative like Staples join the company’s sales team. “His presence will add another strong element of support to end users and dealers for Astec Mobile Screens,” Scott said. Staples can be reached by phone at 815/626-6374, extension 106, or at 800/ 545-2125. His e‐mail is kstaples@astecmobilescreens.com. For more information, visit www.kpijci.com.


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The machines are shown with optional equipment.

THE D SERIES DELIVERS With the new Terex® Fuchs D Series Loading Machines, you’ll quickly see that our focus is on your success and meeting your individual on-site needs. Simply put, Terex® Fuchs units are solid, productive, reliable performers. So if you're looking for increased lifting capacities, outstanding fuel efficiency and excellent serviceability to go with top quality operator comfort, the D Series delivers. ®

To locate your nearest Terex Fuchs distributor, call 866-837-3923 or visit www.terex.com.

Chadwick-BaRoss 15 Katrina Road Chelmsford, MA 01824 978/256-9571 Fax: 978/856-9571 Westbrook, ME 207/854-8411 Bangor, ME 207/942-4838 Caribou, ME 207/498-2547 Concord, NH 603/224-4063

Edward Ehrbar, Inc. www.ehrbar.com 4 Executive Plaza Yonkers, NY 10701 914/738-5100 Fax: 914/738-6847 Holbrook, NY 11741 631/563-7600 Fax: 631/218-1069 Danbury, CT 06810 203/743-0088 Fax: 203/743-0266 New York City 718/626-3331 Penn Jersey Machinery Deptford, NJ 08096 856/227-6400 Somerville, NJ 08876 908/218-1919 Lionville, PA 19341 610/363-9200

© 2008 Terex Corporation • Terex is a registered trademark of Terex Corporation in the United States of America and many other countries.

Terex Construction Americas 8800 Rostin Road, Southaven, MS 38671 U.S.A. Tel +1 (662) 393-1800 Fax +1 (662) 393-1700 Email sales@terexca.com www.terex.com ••www.terexca.com www .terexca.com www.terex.com

Staten Island, NY 10314 718/889-0105 Fax: 718/889-0107


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NEW

Equally productive in both hard rock and recycling applications

Introducing the new “  series” mobile crushers Raising the standard As a result of the 2011 emission legislation standards Sandvik have taken the opportunity to radically redesign and upgrade its mobile crushing range. The new models encompass the operational features and high quality of their predecessors but now include a number of innovative design changes to enhance performance, increase accessibility for maintenance and improve ease of operation. Powered by either a Stage 3A/Tier 3 or Stage 3B/Tier 4i engine, the units are now more fuel-efficient for lower cost of ownership and have a lower carbon footprint due to a reduction in emissions by up to 45%. With these new upgraded models added to the extensive range of mobile equipment, Sandvik is destined to further cement its position as leader within the global crushing and screening market. Sandvik and Edge Distributors in CT, DE, MD, NJ, NY, PA, VA and Washington DC

(610) 497-3555 22 Nealy Blvd Trainer, PA 19061 www.screenscrushers.com

(866) 883-5800 22 Nealy Blvd Trainer, PA 19061 www.advancedquip.com 

(914) 337-1473 P.O. Box 65 East Chester, NY 10709 www.northeastequipinc.com




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North American Attachments

800-380-8808 www.excavator-attachments.com

Excavator Attachments

Compaction Wheels

Ripper Tooth

Ditching Cleaning Bucket Drain Holes Optional

Severe Duty & Rock Excavator Buckets

Dual Action Grapples

Tree Stumpers

Hydraulic Thumbs

Pin Grap Couplers

Skidsteer Attachments

Grapple Rakes

Land Clearing Rakes

Grapple Buckets

Skeleton Buckets

Loader/Backhoe Attachments

Fork Carriages & FORKS

Loader Rake w/Grapples

All Sizes... Manual & Hydraulic Thumbs

Dozer Rakes

General Purpose Loader Buckets

Quality Construction Attachments

Would you like to turn your dirt pile over to valuable topsoil? Go to www.remu.fi/info, fill in the form and we will send you the video to show you how.

For more information! REMU USA Inc. usa@remu.fi Eric +1 888 600 0018 www.remu.fi


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

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

John Patton • (860) 614-3426

Bill Dahill • (203) 314-2113

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

MCR Technologies: Integrated Belt Scales

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Eagle 1536 Portable Jaw Crushing Plant

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

Pioneer 540CSE Cone Portable Plant

Telsmith 52H Portable Cone Plant

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

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

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

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Screening Vet Teague Named Major Wire Territory Mgr. Montreal-based Major Wire Industries Limited has named Jerry Teague as its new territory manager of the south central United States and Puerto Rico. Teague will work directly with Major Wire authorized dealers and aggregate, mining and recycle customers in Arkansas, southern Illinois, eastern Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, eastern Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas (excluding El Paso) and the U.S. Territory of Puerto Rico to provide advanced screening solutions designed to increase screening capacity and throughput. Teague is no stranger to the crushing and screening industry, having served for five years as a G.W. Van Keppel Co. sales specialist for the Missouri aggregate industry and most recently as crushing and screening manager at Custom Truck & Equipment serving customers in Missouri, Kansas and surrounding states. “Jerry has been on the road selling Major Wire’s Flex-Mat 3 & OptimumWire screen media for nearly 10 years as part of our authorized dealer network,” commented Gary Pederson, vice president of sales at Major Wire. “He is very familiar with the industry as well as our company and the benefits of our screen media, making him a valuable asset to our customers in the south

central United States and Puerto Rico.” As Major Wire’s newest territory manager, Teague will offer the company’s revolutionary Flex-Mat 3 tensioned and modular high-performance, self-cleaning screen media technology. Flex-Mat 3’s independently vibrating wires increase product throughput by up to 40 percent over traditional woven wire or polyurethane/rubber panels by increasing open area and eliminating blinding, pegging and clogging. Teague also will recommend Major Wire’s OptimumWire woven wire, which provides up to 40 percent longer wear life when compared to traditional woven wire of the same diameter. Delivering a combination of ductility, hardness and tensile strength, OptimumWire is less susceptible to breaking in high-impact conditions and with highly abrasive materials, so it lasts longer and minimizes labor, maintenance and lost production costs, according to the manufacturer. Teague also will work with Major Wire to conduct on-site screening plant audits for customers at no cost that will clearly identify where and how an operation can produce more material for less cost. For more information, call 417/612-0422 or visit www.majorwire.cc.

Major Wire Industries Limited has named Jerry Teague as its new territory manager of the south central United States and Puerto Rico. Teague will work directly with Major Wire authorized dealers and aggregate, mining and recycle customers in Arkansas, southern Illinois, eastern Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, eastern Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas (excluding El Paso) and the U.S. Territory of Puerto Rico.

NDA Announces Environmental Excellence Award Winners The National Demolition Association (NDA) presented the 2nd annual Environmental Excellence Awards to four companies which have performed demolition projects that demonstrate significant environmental conservation and community improvement, while bringing about a discernible positive impact on the quality of life in the United States and Canada. “The Environmental Excellence Awards recognize NDA member companies which are true leaders in environmental stewardship,” said Michael R. Taylor, executive director of the NDA. “Environmental stewardship is one of the demolition industry’s primary missions and these winning projects help illustrate truly dramatic efforts our members have made to make this a reality.” The winning projects, which were honored at the National Demolition Association Annual Convention in Las Vegas in March, are: Project: Prichard Stadium Sports Complex Demolition, Fort Hood, TX NDA Member: Charter Environmental, Boston, Mass. Charter led abatement and demolition of the 60-year-old Prichard Stadium Sports

Complex in Fort Hood, which was demolished to make room for a new hospital. The project exceeded the client’s recycling goals, reusing or recycling 99.56 percent of the debris. Among the many steps taken during the project was concrete being crushed on site and stockpiled for construction of the new medical center. The stadium lighting fixtures were salvaged for use in a new stadium, while telephone poles were reused on the Fort Hood firing range. Materials of value, e.g. copper, aluminum, etc. were recycled and reclaimed, while asphalt parking lots were ground and recycled. Funds from recycled materials were used to support and improve the lives of soldiers and their families. Project: Demolition and Remediation of Newton (MA) North High School, Newton, MA NDA Member: Costello Dismantling Co. Inc., West Wareham, Mass. To make way for athletic fields and grounds adjacent to the new high school, Costello handled the difficult demolition of the former school, coupled with a massive environmental remediation scope of work. All interior block walls were asbestos-con-

taminated, which had permeated the inner cavities of the masonry block walls and settled on top of ceiling tiles. An innovative bracing system that enabled contaminated exterior walls to remain standing and be used as a critical barrier during abatement saved the city millions of dollars in containment expense. More than 75,000 tons of brick and concrete and 4,750 tons of steel were recycled, while 1,850 tons of non-asbestos debris was sent for processing/recycling. Project: Woodside Dam Demolition Project, South Carolina NDA Member: Envirocon Inc., Portland, Ore. Envirocon’s Woodside Dam demolition project restored the river to its natural state, allowing it to flow freely again over native bedrock for the first time in more than 100 years, and fish and wildlife to flourish. By removing two reinforced concrete dams and PCB-contaminated river sediments, Envirocon is letting the river regenerate itself. The company designed and installed thee siphons to lower the water behind the dam so that dredging could take place, which was followed by the demolition of 34-ft.-high dam. The second dam removal

also required the demolition of the dam powerhouse. Many innovative techniques were employed to complete this project, including the use of a crane to lift and place machinery upon floats in the upstream pool behind the dam. Project: Sappi Fine Paper Property Project, Muskegon, Mich. NDA Member: Melching Inc., Nunica, Mich. The former 1.1 million sq.-ft. Sappi Fine Paper mill sits on a 119-acre site, with nearly one mile of Muskegon Lake shoreline. Doug Melching purchased the property with the intention of creating jobs in west Michigan. When complete, the project will transform the site into a redevelopment project that will include a green energy biomass power plant, a potential ship repair dry dock repair, and other manufacturing operations. Working with the Melching team, the demolition contractor handled all demolition, environmental cleanup and an asbestos abatement with a scope of work estimated to cost $2 million dollars. For more information, call 800/541-2412 or visit www.demolitionassociation.com.


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the marine byproducts from the many fish processing plants in southern New England. The fish byproduct adds a level of fertility to the compost incomparable to any I’ve seen during my 33 years in the business. The soil web and nutrient analysis testing we do support this.” In addition to moving materials into the maturing compost piles, the Hyundai loader is used to move and load mature compost from the piles into the screener, where any particles larger than 3/4” are removed. Once screened, the mature compost is ready for loading into the trucks of landscapers, garden centers, farmers, gardeners and homeowners as they arrive at the farm. “We work this loader for a minimum of 40 hours each week. When you depend that heavily on one machine, it needs to be reliable, it needs to be comfortable and it needs to be supported, because when you work a machine that hard, eventually it’s going to need some maintenance. The Hyundai HL760 met all these criteria.”

Kahn Tractor of North Franklin, Conn., was the dealer who introduced Earth Care Farm to the HL-760 loader. Having owned other loaders, the staff knew what they were looking for and trusted the dealer and its sales representative to stand behind the product. “The cab on the HL760 is extremely comfortable year round,” said Barth. “Its climate control in terms of air conditioning and heat allow us to work productively on the coldest and hottest days of the year. The cabin air fresh filter is also a nice feature, particularly since the smell of some of the materials delivered before its incorporated into the compost piles can be pretty offensive. Another nice feature of the cab is its wide, tinted and laminated windshield, which has no framing cutting through it, allowing me to see in all directions to easily assess both the terrain and the work to be done.” Maintenance on the Hyundai HL760 also was well thought out. The loader has easyto-access service points for routine maintenance and oil changes, as well as an easy-to-

access pilot filter, grease fittings, central electric controllers and fuse box and remote drain port. To date, routine maintenance is the only time that the Hyundai HL-760 hasn’t been working on the farm. When asked why their business continues to grow, Barth said, “Most of our new business comes from word of mouth. When someone’s neighbor sees a garden with plants that are thriving, full of tomatoes or rhubarb that are twice the size as theirs early in the season, they ask questions. The answers to those questions typically result in new customers for our farm. Word of mouth is our only form of marketing.” Base materials delivered and incorporated into the piles are turned in an aerobicallymanaged compost system. Each batch of compost takes approximately one year from start to finish. The mature, finished black compost bares little resemblance to the ingredients it was made from, with the exception of little pieces of shellfish, which give Earth Care Farm’s compost a regional uniqueness not found in compost produced

inland. Earth Care Farm was founded by Michael Merner in 1972, with the compost operation starting shortly thereafter. Merner has made his living by allowing local businesses and towns to dump natural waste byproducts from around the state on his farm for incorporation into the chemical free compost that is manufactured. For more information, call 401/364-9930 or visit www.earthcarefarm.com. Kahn Tractor is a 64 year old agricultural and construction equipment dealership located in North Franklin, Conn. Some of the company’s leading lines of equipment include Hyundai wheel loaders and excavators, Kubota and New Holland tractors. Kahn Tractor offers sales and rentals of Hyundai equipment as well as full service maintenance and parts. For more information, call 800/327-5246 or visit www.kahntractor.com. For more information about Hyundai or Hyundai products call 877-509-2254 or visit www.hceamericas.com.

Equipment Lease Finance Industry Confidence Lower The Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation (the Foundation) released the June 2012 Monthly Confidence Index for the Equipment Finance Industry (MCI-EFI) June 22. Designed to collect leadership data, the index reports a qualitative assessment of both the prevailing business conditions and expectations for the future as reported by key executives from the $628 billion equipment finance sector. Overall, confidence in the equipment finance market is 48.5, down from the May index of 59.2, reflecting growing concern over the European debt crisis, U.S. unemployment, and regulatory and political uncertainty. When asked about the outlook for the future, MCI survey respondent Harry Kaplun, president, Frost Equipment Leasing and Finance, offered comments shared by others responding to the MCI survey, “Uncertainty is becoming more pronounced in the economy. International economic problems, U.S. unemployment, and potential political changes all contribute to a hesitancy to make major capital expenditures.” June 2012 Survey Results The overall MCI-EFI is 48.5, down from the May index of 59.2. • When asked to assess their business conditions over the next four months, 8.1 percent of executives responding said they believe business conditions will improve over the next four months, down from 17.1

percent in May. 64.9 percent of respondents believe business conditions will remain the same over the next four months, down from 77.1 percent in May. 27 percent believe business conditions will worsen, up from 5.7 percent the previous month. • 8.1 percent of survey respondents believe demand for leases and loans to fund capital expenditures (capex) will increase over the next four months, a decrease from 20 percent in May. 64.9 percent believe demand will “remain the same” during the same four-month time period, down from 77.1 percent the previous month. 27 percent believe demand will decline, up from 2.9 percent in May. • 10.8 percent of executives expect more access to capital to fund equipment acquisitions over the next four months, down from 25.7 percent in May. 86.5 percent of survey respondents indicate they expect the “same” access to capital to fund business, an increase from 74.3 percent the previous month. 2.7 percent survey respondents expect “less” access to capital, up from no one who expected less access in May. • When asked, 24.3 percent of the executives reported they expect to hire more employees over the next four months, down from 31.4 percent in May. 64.9 percent expect no change in headcount over the next four months, an increase from 62.9 percent last month, while 10.8 percent expect fewer employees, up from 5.7 percent in May. • 78.4 percent of the leadership evaluates

the current U.S. economy as “fair,” down from 88.6 percent last month. 21.6 percent rate it as “poor,” up from 11.4 percent in May. • 8.1 percent of survey respondents believe that U.S. economic conditions will get “better” over the next six months, down from 22.9 percent in May. 64.9 percent of survey respondents indicate they believe the U.S. economy will “stay the same” over the next six months, down from 65.7 percent in May. 27 percent believe economic conditions in the U.S. will worsen over the next six months, an increase from 11.4 percent who believed so last month. • In May, 29.7 percent of respondents indicate they believe their company will increase spending on business development activities during the next six months, down from 37.1 percent in May. 70.3 percent believe there will be “no change” in business development spending, up from 62.9 percent last month, and no one believes there will be a decrease in spending, unchanged from last month. Why an MCI-EFI? Confidence in the U.S. economy and the capital markets is a critical driver to the equipment finance industry. Throughout history, when confidence increases, consumers and businesses are more apt to acquire more consumer goods, equipment and durables, and invest at prevailing prices. When confidence decreases, spending and

risk-taking tend to fall. Investors are said to be confident when the news about the future is good and stock prices are rising. Who Participates in the MCI-EFI? The respondents are comprised of a wide cross section of industry executives, including large-ticket, middle-market and smallticket banks, independents and captive equipment finance companies. The MCIEFI uses the same pool of 50 organization leaders to respond monthly to ensure the survey’s integrity. Since the same organizations provide the data from month to month, the results constitute a consistent barometer of the industry's confidence. How Is the MCI-EFI Designed? The survey consists of seven questions and an area for comments, asking the respondents’ opinions about the following: • Current business conditions • Expected product demand over the next four months • Access to capital over the next four months • Future employment conditions • Evaluation of the current U.S. economy • U.S. economic conditions over the next six months • Business development spending expectations • Open-ended question for comment For more information, visit www.LeaseFoundation.org.


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John Deere Adds ‘Customer-Inspired’ G-Series Hydraulic Excavator Line John Deere has introduced two customer-inspired excavators (160G LC and 210G LC) models that build on the G-Series class. “The G-Series models provide impressive arm force, bucket force and lift capacity for applications such as stockpiling overburden, excavating basements, loading trucks, or placing pipe,” said Mark Wall, product marketing manager of excavators, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “These new easily transportable units provide contractors big productivity in a mid-size package.” Each of the new G-Series excavators feature rugged, field-proven IT4/EU Stage IIIB John Deere PowerTech The 210G LC is one of two new customer-inspired excavators in the G-Series class. diesel engines, enabling operators to work anywhere jobs are available, including non- control provides extra muscle to drive through tough digging attainment areas. The horsepower of these models is 121 hp conditions. The hydraulically driven, highly efficient fan at the heart (90 kW) for the 160G LC and 159 hp (157 kW) for the 210G of the excavators’ cooling system also runs only as needed, LC. Focusing on operator comfort, John Deere redesigned the reducing noise, fuel consumption and operating costs. The G-Series cab to be more spacious with a larger entryway and cooling system keeps things running cool, even in high-trash extra legroom. Silicone-filled mounts effectively isolate environments and high altitude. An operator-activated operators from noise and vibration, affording a noticeably reversing option back-blows cooler cores to keep them clean quieter cab. Contractors also will appreciate the fabric-cov- and free of debris. John Deere’s engine technology is simple, fuel efficient, ered high-back seat, unsurpassed all-around visibility, loweffort joysticks, a highly efficient HVAC system, and numer- fully integrated and fully supported by the nationwide Deere ous other amenities to help with productivity, according to dealer network. It uses field-proven cooled exhaust gas recirthe manufacturer. There is no shortage of storage options culation (EGR) for reducing NOx emissions, and a diesel either. There’s a place for a cooler, cup holders, and a particulate filter and a diesel oxidation catalyst to reduce parhot/cold box that keeps beverages at just the right tempera- ticular matter. Periodic active and passive filter cleaning automatically cleans the filter without the operator having to ture. John Deere also enhanced the multi-language LCD con- stop the machine and impact productivity. Like all John Deere machines, the G-Series are loaded trol monitor in the cab to simplify navigation. Now the operator can easily access a wealth of machine information and with features that make them hassle-free to maintain. Large, functionality with a tap and turn of the monitor’s rotary con- easy-to-open service doors and easy-access service points make quick work of the daily routine. Remote-mounted vertrol. Operators have quick access to information such as engine tical oil and fuel filters and extended engine and hydraulic rpm and oil temperature, and they can easily check mainte- oil-change intervals minimize maintenance too. In addition, nance intervals, adjust cab temperature, tune the radio and the machine information center (MIC), LCD monitor and fluid-sample ports help with timely decisions about machine select productivity modes. The G-Series come equipped with a Powerwise III upkeep. For those fleet managers, owners or operators looking to hydraulic management system that yields pinpoint metering and smooth, low-effort control. The Powerwise III perfectly get the most out of their equipment, a standard three-year balances engine performance and hydraulic flow for pre- subscription of JDLink continuously collects and transmits machine data for machine management. The system enables dictable operation. Three productivity modes (high-productivity, power, timely preventive maintenance and remote diagnostics, as economy) allow an operator to choose the digging style that well as the coordination of machines working on multiple fits the task at hand. High-productivity delivers more power jobsites to get the right machine to the right place at the right and faster hydraulic response to move material. Power deliv- time. The 160G LC and 210G LC are available with a variety ers a balance of power, speed and fuel economy for normal application and economy reduces top speed and helps save of track widths, arm lengths, buckets and other options. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com. fuel. In addition, a “power boost” button on the right hand

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Terex RT130 Rough Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ..................................$145 Caterpillar CT660 On-Highway Truck w/Lowboy Trailer, 1:50 Scale ......................................................................$100 Allis-Chalmers HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale............$75 Allis-Chalmers HD-41 Dozer, 1:25 Scale ....................$200 Bantam C-35 Crawler Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ..................$60

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International TD-24 Military Dozer, 1:50 Scale ............$45 International TD-25 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..........................$65 JCB 456 ZX Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$60 John Deere 200C LC Excavator ....................................$40

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Bobcat Plate Compactors Expand M-Series Versatility Two updated plate compactor attachments expand the versatility of Bobcat M-Series compact excavators, making safer and more efficient work of restoring trenches, according to the manufacturer. The new PCF34 and PCF64 flat-top plate compactor attachments offer enhanced compatibility with Bobcat MSeries excavators. Mounting changes to the top of the plate, including the use of a bolt-on breaker cap, provide new trench compaction capabilities to the E80 excavator. The largest excavator offered by Bobcat Company, the E80 features a maximum dig depth of 15 ft. 6 in. (4.7 m) and a maximum reach of 24 ft. 5 in. (7.4 m). Applications for the plate compactor attachment include

compacting trenches, footings and slab areas. Other applications include driving piles when building retaining walls and compacting spoil. The compact design of the plate enables compacting even in hard-to-reach areas like down in trenches and on slopes. Shock mounts distribute vibration evenly while keeping the attachment level, increasing stability and improving compaction efficiency. Mounted at the end of an excavator arm, the plate compactor attachment provides more powerful compaction force than a hand-operated compactor and reduces the need for a worker in the trench. The PCF34’s length is 26 in. (66 cm) from the excavator arm and its plate width is 18.75 in. (47.6 cm). The attachment’s dynamic force is 3,400 lbs. and the

Geo-Boy Brush Cutter 4x4 Model Earns ROPS, FOPS Certifications The Geo-Boy brush cutter 4x4 model from Jarraff Industries, St. Peter, Minn., recently received ROPS (roll over protective structures) and FOPS (falling object protective structures) certification. The certification announcement comes after a lengthy testing and evaluation process. Jarraff President/CEO Heidi Boyum explained that the certifications are significant for existing Geo-Boy owners, as well as prospective customers. “The ROPS and FOPS certifications can be applied retroactively for Geo-Boy brush cutters produced since 2004. Our goal is to provide the safest, most effective brush cutter on the market, now owners and operators can be assured that they are utilizing one The Geo-Boy brush cutter 4x4 model recently received ROPS and FOPS cerof the safest self-contained brush tification. cutters available today.” Available in both wheeled and track configurations, the clear brush and trees up to 12 in. (30.5 cm) in diameter. Geo-Boy also offers a number of safety features including With two Tier III engine options, 220 and 260 hp, (164 and full Lexan, No Mar windows and a rear view camera. The 194 kW) the Geo-Boy is powerful, maneuverable and fuel Geo-Boy has the ability to lift the cutter head approxi- efficient, according to the manufacturer. The track model mately 11 ft. (3.3 m) high and can quickly and effectively Geo-boy has been ROPS and FOPS certified since 2004.

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compaction frequency is 2,100 vpm. The PCF34 is compatible with the Bobcat E32, E35, E42, E45, E50 and E55 excavators. The PCF64’s length is 34 in. (86 cm) from the excavator arm and its plate width is 23.5 in. (59 cm). The attachment’s dynamic force is 6,400 lbs. and the compaction frequency is 2,000 vpm. The PCF64 is compatible with the three largest Bobcat excavators including the E55, E60 and E80. With the PCF34 and PCF64, Bobcat excavator operators can compact down in trenches without leaving the cab and reduce the need for a person working in the trench, increasing job site safety and operator comfort. For more information, visit www.bobcat.com.


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Tramac has a new hydraulic breaker line called the “NSeries.” “The N-Series breaker is designed and assembled by Montabert, renowned for their innovative engineering and quality standards. Combine that with Asian economies of scale, and we’ve got a really robust and well-priced hammer,” said John Sad, Tramac product manager. “While the N-Series doesn’t share all the features of Tramac’s V-Series, they do share the reliability, quality, and long-life that the Tramac name represents.” The N Series is a nitrogen-fired breaker combining a shock system with blank-fire protection to provide powerful blows, reduced vibration and less wear on the internal components plus an optional breaker-mounted grease station. “The market has asked for an entry level breaker with an eye on value that provides strong performance at a lower price without compromising on quality… and we delivered,” said Gregory Henry, Tramac’s general manager. The N-Series breakers are currently offered in 2,000, 5,000 and 8,000 ft. lb. classes, for carriers from 10 to 37 tons (9 to 33.5 t). A 3,000 ft. lb. class will be launched this spring, with additional models to come. All are designed for heavyduty use in breaking rock and concrete demolition. The NSeries breakers are identified with its charcoal gray color and N-Series logo. This also will visually differentiate the NSeries from the traditional Tramac “green or V-line.” For more information, visit www.tramacbymontabert.com


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Thompson Pump Introduces New 6JCC High-Head Pump Thompson Pump and Manufacturing Co. Inc., a full-service provider of pumps, pumping equipment and engineering expertise, introduced the 6-in. (15 cm), high-head 6JCC pump. The portable 6JCC pump delivers 1,100 gallons-per-minute (4,164 L), high heads to 490 ft. (149 m) and 212 psi with automatic initial priming and re-priming. The 6-in. 6JCC is ideal for high pressure applications such as for clear water jetting, water boosting, wellpoint installation, water supply for hydraulic fracturing, washdowns, tank cleaning and fire protection in markets such as construction, mining, oil and gas, and marine.

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NCCCO to Issue Separate CCO Certification Cards The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) will issue separate CCO certification cards to CCO-certified crane operators who also have been certified in the CCO rigger and/or signalperson categories. Previously, all certifications were listed on one card. The new cards also will reflect the full five-year certification period for each category. Previously, all certifications had a common expiration date, regardless of when the candidates passed the test(s). Riggers and signalpersons who are not certified in crane operation have always been issued their own separate cards, and this policy is unchanged. The new policy is effective July 2. However, previously CCO-certified crane operators who hold rigger or signalperson certifications also will be issued new rigger and signalperson certification cards at no charge. Mailing of the new cards to existing certificants will be completed by midsummer. “This major policy change will make it much easier for employers as well as state and federal authorities such as OSHA to determine the qualifications of those working onsite,” said NCCCO Commission Chairman, Kerry Hulse. “And it will ensure that certificants receive a full five-year certification period for each of the certification categories that they have earned.” CCO certification cards are nationally accepted as official proof of certification, and the new cards have been designed to meet all federal OSHA and state requirements, including the need to have details about the certifications (such as the types of signals in which a signalperson is certified) readily available on the job site. The new cards have been color coded for each certification category. Operator CCO cards continue to have a black band across the bottom, while rigger and signalperson cards feature a green band for easy recognition. The new policy of separate expiration dates does not affect the crane operator certification program, however. “All crane operator certifications will continue to have the same expiration date regardless of when new crane operator designations are added,” said Joel Oliva, NCCCO program manager, test development. NCCCO currently has nine crane operator designations, three crane inspector designations, two rigger designations and a signalperson designation. New certifications for digger derrick operators and lift directors are currently in development for launch before the end of 2012. The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators is an independent, non-profit organization We Used Heavy Equipment Parts established in 1995 by SAVE industry to develop and SAVE $$$ administer a nationwide pro- $$$ gram for the certification of We Heavy Equip & Salvage Machinery crane operators and related personnel. Since then, NCCCO has administered more than 625,000 nationally accredited written and New Aftermarket Parts practical examinations to RUTLAND, VT 802-773-5926 more than 170,000 opera- Check our inventory of machinery for sale at tors in all 50 states. WWW.CREANEQUIPMENT.COM

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EMPLOYMENT Full-Hydraulic Aerial Platform OPPORTUNITY Control System Developed Sales Professional Eagle Power and Equipment, a leading equipment distributor representing major equipment manufacturers in the tri-state area for over forty years, has a sales territory opening for a full line sales representative. The ideal candidate will be responsible for maintaining and developing strong sales relationships within established territory as well as expanding sales within the existing territory.

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Elliott Equipment Company has developed a full-hydraulic upper platform control package for its HiReach aerial work platform product line. The full-hydraulic platform controls are designed to be “spark and electronics free” for special applications including underground mining, high corrosion environments and harsh work environments like salt mining as well as for users that require it as part of their standard work practice The full-hydraulic control system was developed with Elliott distributor "Mirk Inc.” and “Aggregate Resources Inc.,” a drilling and blasting company. Aggregate Resources purchased an H50F HiReach with a 55 ft. (16.7 m) working height and an ANFO hose in an oversized cable carrier on the boom to allow workers to deliver ammonium nitrate fuel oil (ANFO) explosives from within the work platform. ANFO Along with full hydraulic controls, Elliott also offers a is a highly corrosive removable platform roof, plexi-glass control covers, tool lines to the platform including air, welding, ANFO, and explosive chemical mix pressure washers and material handling capabilities, used in the mining among other options. process to fracture rock surfaces. The full hydraulic control console Company is suited to serve the needs of eliminates many components that can be end-users that require features not available damaged from coming in contact with elsewhere in the aerial work platform and ANFO or harsh conditions, reducing down- crane manufacturing industry. Along with full hydraulic controls, Elliott time and costly repairs. The new full-hydraulic upper platform also offers a removable platform roof, plexicontrol system will attract customers from glass control covers, tool lines to the platmining, oil/gas, and utilities around the form including air, welding, ANFO, and globe that need equipment that can lift per- pressure washers and material handling capabilities, among other options. To build sonnel and survive harsh conditions. The controls are fully proportional, intu- a customized machine, companies can conitive and accessible for easy service and tact the Elliott distributor in their state or maintenance. As a solution based equip- country and request a consultation with ment manufacturer, Elliott Equipment Elliott’s engineering and sales team.


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Highway Jobs Bill Passes Preserving Jobs, Projects BILL from page 1

law the President signed today. This law is going to restore public confidence in the federal highway and transit investment program,” said ARTBA President and CEO Pete Ruane. “This wasn’t business as usual, just ‘rearranging the deck chairs,’ adding pet programs and throwing money at congressional earmarks. The new law is truly a ‘good government’ measure that makes the significant program reforms necessary to set the stage for meaningful, transparent and accountable federal transportation investments in the future.” The bill consolidates various transportation programs and reduces the number of programs by two-thirds. States will have more flexibility on how they spend transportation aid. It also revamps rules on environmental studies of the potential impact of highway projects, with an aim toward cutting in half the time it takes to complete construction projects. And the measure contains an array of safety initiatives, including requirements that would make it more likely passengers would survive a tour bus crash. “It doesn’t have everything,” Rep. John Mica, R-Fla., chairman of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee said. But “we were able to do more with less and move transportation for the nation forward.” The bill will spend about $100 billion on federal highway programs over two years, but puts off the politically tricky decision on how to pay for them after that. The federal 18.4 cent-a-gallon gasoline

tax and 24.4 cent-a-gallon diesel tax are no longer enough to pay for current spending on highway and transit programs. And two commissions and an array of private sector experts have said the United States should be spending about twice as much or more on its transportation infrastructure as it does now. But Congress and the White House have refused to discuss raising fuel taxes or an alternative long-term source of money. The fuel taxes are not indexed for inflation and haven’t been increased since 1993, so their buying power has steadily eroded. Also, cars and trucks today are more fuelefficient and the number of miles driven has flattened, resulting in less gas tax revenue. Since 2008, Congress has three times dipped into the national general treasury to borrow a total of $34.5 billion to keep transportation programs going. Obama signed a one-week temporary measure the evening of June 29, permitting the highway and loan programs to continue until the full legislation reached his desk. “We have a bill that will boost this economy. We have a bill that is supported by conservatives and liberals, progressives and moderates. I think it’s a great day,” said Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., who led Senate negotiations on the transportation portion of the package. Boxer estimated the bill would save about 1.8 million jobs by keeping aid for highway and transit construction flowing to states and create another 1 million jobs by using federal loan guarantees to leverage private sector investment in infrastructure projects.

Under the bill, interest rates of 3.4 percent for subsidized Stafford loans for undergraduates will continue for another year, instead of doubling for new loans beginning on July 1 as scheduled by a law passed five years ago to save money. Had the measure failed, interest rates would have mushroomed to 6.8 percent for 7.4 million students expected to get the loans over the coming year, adding an extra $1,000 to the average cost of each loan and antagonizing students — and their parents — four months from Election Day. The Democratic-led Senate sent the measure to Obama by a 74-19 vote, just minutes after the Republican-run House approved it 373-52. The unusual display of harmony, in a bitterly partisan year, signaled lawmakers’ eagerness to claim credit for providing transportation jobs, to avert higher costs for students and their families and to avoid being embarrassed had the effort run aground. “The law has no congressional earmarks,” Ruane said. “It focuses federal dollars on meeting critical national needs like efficient freight movement and driving down the number of motor vehicle crashes that result in unnecessary American deaths and injuries. It eliminates, consolidates or streamlines dozens of programs, giving state and local governments more decision-making control. It opens the door to more private investment in large, congestion-busting transportation projects. And, most importantly, it ushers in performance standards and reporting requirements so that the public will now know how their federal transporta-

tion dollars are being used and what kind of return on investment they are receiving.” This year has seen the two parties mostly drive each other’s plans for tax breaks and economic revival into a stalemate, although lawmakers have enacted bills retaining the Social Security payroll tax cut for a year and renewing a government agency that promotes U.S. exports. “It’s important for Congress to act, not just talk about problems we have but to get things done,” said Rep. John Mica, R-Fla., a chief House author of the transportation measure. All the no votes were cast by Republicans. The compromise ended up sprinkled with unrelated nuggets dealing with Asian carp, roll-your-own tobacco and federal timber aid. But its most significant provisions dealt with transportation and student aid. The final transportation measure dropped a provision — which had drawn an Obama veto threat — that would have forced government approval of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to the Texas coast. But it contains curbs on environmental reviews of transportation projects. Republicans sought those curbs in hopes of cutting construction time almost in half. The bill consolidates federal transportation programs and gives states more flexibility in spending money from Washington. It also contains an array of safety initiatives including requirements aimed at enhancing bus safety. And it makes advocates of bike and pedestrian paths compete for money see BILL page 130

Key Components of the Highway Bill • Reauthorizes transportation programs through September 2014 at a cost of more than $100 billion. About 80 percent of that goes to federal highway programs, 20 percent to mass transit. • Retains the federal taxes — 18.4 cents a gallon for gasoline and 24.4 cents for diesel — that have been unchanged since 1993. Because the gas taxes are inadequate to pay for the bill, it includes other savings such as $9.4 billion from changing the method of calculating pension plan liabilities, $10.8 billion from increasing Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation premiums and $2.7 billion from raising premiums in the flood insurance program. It also saves $100 million by ending a loophole where machines selling roll-your-own

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CAT 245B EX, CAT 980G, LABOUNTY MSD 228 | LOOKING FOR 2 CONTROL VALVES FOR CAT 245 EXCAVATOR P/N 9T2290 & 9T2293 ALSO LOOKING FOR A SET OF TIRES TO FIT CAT 980G LDR SOLID OR FOAM FILLED AND LOOKING TO BUY LABOUNTY MSD 228 SHEAR WILL LOOK AT IN ANY CONDITION CONTACT: JOSE PHONE: 847-812-5205 EMAIL: JOSECBZADC@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED BULLDOZER D8K WITH SPACER BLADE RIPPER I NEED 2 USER USA CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN @BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ***WANTED*** BOBCAT BRAND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT LOCATED IN THE SOUTH EASTERN UNITED STATES. PREFER LARGE FRAME MACHINES; S320, S300, S250, T320, T300, T250. PREFERENCE GIVEN TO "GOLD PACKAGE" MACHINES, BUT WE ARE INTERESTED IN ANY BOBCAT YOU MAY HAVE FOR SALE. ***DEALERS NEED NOT RESPOND*** PLEASE SEND PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE. CONTACT: WARREN EMAIL: TWOPETIES@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRUCK CONTACT: GONZALO PHONE: 201 282 7689 EMAIL: ANGEL2MYHEART@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––���–––––––––––––––––––– EQUIPMENT MANUALS | WE BUY BULK OF FARM OR CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT MANUAL CONTACT: GRACE OR DAVE FRANCES PHONE: 2708492270 EMAIL:TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 561N OR M PIPE LAYERS | I WANT 2 OR 3 LATE MODEL LOW HOUR 561N OR M PIPE LAYERS, CAN BE LGP. ALSO NEED 572R AND 572G PIPE LAYERS. CONTACT: JEFF WILLISON PHONE: 918-449-1966 EMAIL: JEFFWEQUIPCO@TULSACOXMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PETERSON 4310 EMAIL: GAN@HARDAYA.CO.ID –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYD PUMP 440 WABCO CONTACT: LARRY BARTH EMAIL: BARTH.LARRY1@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BG380JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR, USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

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www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631

• Syracuse, NY Tues., July 24, 2012 For: Construction and Shop Equipment • Dallas, TX Wed., July 25, 2012 For: Rental Fleet Construction, Support Equipment and Attachments • Midland, TX Thurs., July 26, 2012 For: Late Model Cat Construction Equipment • Albany, NY Fri., August 10, 2012 For: Forestry and Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Queretero, Mexico Sat., August 4, 2012 For: Used and Unused Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment • Atlantic City, NJ Sat.-Sun., August 11-12, 2012 For: Large Rental Return Auction, Aerial Lifts, Cranes, Skid Steers, Trucks and Trailers • Kissimmee, FL Wed., August 15, 2012 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerials, Trucks and Trailers • Atlanta, GA Fri., August 17, 2012 For: Construction/Support Equipment, Dump Trucks and Trailers • Racine, WI Sat., August 18, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Truck Tractors and Support • Houston, TX Tue., August 21, 2012 For: Construction/Support Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Westminster, VT Sun, August 26, 2012 For: Complete Liquidation of Santa’s Land Amusement Park: Running Trains, Merry-GoRound, Rides, Real Estate

• Albuquerque, NM July 19, 2012 • Rocky Mount, VA July 19, 2012 • Boise, ID July 20, 2012 • Fort Worth, TX July 24-25, 2012

Coming Auctions • Prospect, CT October 13, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • Prospect, CT December 8, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

• Las Vegas, NV July 27, 2012 • Aurora, IL August 1, 2012 • Chicago, IL August 2, 2012 • Sacramento, CA August 15, 2012 • Orlando, FL August 16, 2012

DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com 601-656-9768 • Philadelphia, MS Wed.-Thurs., July 18-19, 2012 For: Huge 2-Day Public Auction

• Tipton, CA August 17, 2012 • Louisville, KY August 21, 2012 • Northeast, MD August 28, 2012 • Columbus, OH September 13, 2012 • Atlanta, GA September 20, 2012 • Nashville, TN September 21, 2012 • Raleigh-Durham, NC September 26-27, 2012 • Las Vegas, NV September 27-28, 2012 • Moultrie, GA October 19, 2012

COLLAR CITY AUCTIONS www.collarcityauctions.com 518-895-8150 • Potsdam, NY Wed., July 18, 2012 For: Complete Block Manufacturing Plant, Trucks, Trailers, Forklifts and Tools • Delanson, NY Thurs., August 9, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

• Scranton, PA Sat., September 22, 2012 For: Aggregate Construction, Support Equipment

DAVIS AUCTIONS

• Barranquilla, Columbia Sat., November 24, 2012 For: Late Model Construction and Support Equipment

• Prospect, CT August 18, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087

Tues., September 25, 2012 For: Annual Fall Contractor’s Auction

FAHEY SALES AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS www.faheysales.com 952-873-2555 • Online Only Closes July 30, 2012 For: Equipment Consignment Auction • New Prague, MN Sat., August 11, 2012 For: Equipment Consignment Auction • Lathrop, MO Sat., August 25, 2012 For: Mid Country Equipment Consignment Auction • Online Only Closes September 24, 2012 For: Equipment Consignment Auction

• Bethlehem, PA Sat., July 28, 2012 For: Trucks, Excavating & Paving Equipment, Shop Tools

Wed., August 15, 2012 For: Construction Rental Equipment

IRAY AUCTIONS

www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Scottsbluff, NE Wed. August 8, 2012 For: Complete Liquidation Power Line – Transmission Contractor

www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • ONLINE ONLY Fri., July 27, 2012 • Foley, MN Fri., September 14, 2012 • Foley, MN Fri., November 30, 2012

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • ONLINE ONLY July 19, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY July 25, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY July 26, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

JOEL HEISEY AUCTIONEER www.joelheiseyauctioneer.com

GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP www.gforceauction.com 877-631-0650 • Online Only Thurs., July 19, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

HAHN AUCTION C OMPANY www.hahnauction.com 610-387-7140

717-949-3211 • Thomasville, PA Sat., July 28, 2012 For: Excavating Equipment, Trucks, Trailers & Tools

MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.myronbowling.com 513-738-3311 • Novi, MI Tues., August 7, 2012 For: Tony Angelo Cement Construction Co.

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY

• Presto, PA Thurs., August 23, 2012 For: Complete Liquidation Snow & Ice Management Co.

LENNY BRYSON, AUCTIONEER www.lennybrysonauctioneer.com 815-946-4120 • Forreston, IL Tues., July 24, 2012 For: Land and Gravel Pit Auction

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com

• Online Only Tues. August 14, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • Pelzer, SC Wed.-Thurs. August 15-16, 2012 For: Two Day Public Equipment and Truck Auction

• Southern CA Sat., October 13, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers • Northern CA Sat., October 13, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Govt. Vehicles

• Stamford, CT Thurs., July 19, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • Wharton, NJ Fri., August 10, 2012 For: Construction and Paving Equipment

• Southern CA Sat., December 8, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., July 26, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173

www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728

• Northern CA Sat., September 8, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Govt. Vehicles

• Northern CA Sat., November 17, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Govt. Vehicle

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MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC.

For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers

• West Fargo, ND Wed., July 25, 2012 For: AgIron 61 Consignment Event – Construction Equipment • Online Only Wed., August 1-8, 2012 For: Ag, Construction, Trucks, Vehicles and more!

• Brooklyn, MS Sat. August 25, 2012 For: Construction and Farm Equipment

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www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560

• Northern CA Sat., July 28, 2012 For: Times Online Only Sale on Behalf of PG&E

• Quincy, MA

• Lumberton, NC

www.theauctioncompany.net 951-657-5300

• Southern CA Sat., August 18, 2012

• Northern CA Sat., December 15, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Govt. Vehicles

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 760-731-7760 • Perris, CA Thurs., August 2, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

WILSON’S AUCTION SALES www.wilsonsauction.com 302-422-3454 • Harrington, DE Sat., September 22, 2012 For: Mid-Atlantic Equipment Auction

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Williamston, MI Thurs., August 16, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

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ALEX

LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

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Important Auctions

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AUCTION CALENDAR 1.

Tuesday, July 24th (EVENING): SYRACUSE, NEW YORK: Complete Liquidation: Asphalt Paver, Late Model Vibratory Rollers, Rough Terrain Crane, Skid Steers, Mini Excavators, Very Large Amount of Shop Equipment, Tooling & Accessories. VERY NICE!

2.

Wednesday, July 25th: DALLAS (Ft. Worth), TEXAS: Rental Fleet Construction, Support Equipment & Attachments.

3.

Thursday, July 26th: MIDLAND, TEXAS: Complete Liquidation Late Model Cat Construction Equipment, (20) Mack Truck Tractors and Dump Trucks, Large Quantity of Pickups, Support Equipment. HILITES: (6) Cat 140H, Cat 324DL, (8) Cat D6T, (2) Cat D6R, Cat 966H, (40) Pickups, (20) Belly Dumps & Equipment Trailers, Plus Much, Much More!

4.

Saturday, August 4th: ALBANY, NEW YORK: Large Forestry, Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer, Support & Attachments Auction. Late Model John Deere Construction Equipment: 2012 JD 200DLC, 2012 JD 524K, 2012 JD 650J, 2010 JD 310 Super J, (2) 2010 JD 333D.

5.

Friday, August 10th: QUERETARO, MEXICO: Unused & Used Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment.

6-7.

Saturday, August 11th & Sunday, August 12th: ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY: 2 Day Auction! DAY 1: Large Rental Return Auction: Boom & Scissor Lifts, Normal & Telescopic Forklifts, Cranes, Skid Steers, Air Compressors, Welders, Generators, Light Plants, PLUS HEAVY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS DAY 2: Over 1500 Lots of Like New Support Equipment from the Largest Distributor in the World.

8.

Wednesday, August 15th: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Cranes (up to 150 Ton), Aerials, Trucks & Trailers, Hilites: (6) 2007-2006-2003 Grove RT9130E, Grove RT865B, Grove RT870, Linkbelt RTC 80100, Terex RT175, Manitowoc 555, Cat 980H, Komatsu WA500, Kobelco SK480LC.

9.

Friday, August 17th: ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Complete Liquidation 30 PLUS Truck Tractors, 15 PLUS Dump Trailers, Equipiment & Van Trailers, Construction & Support Equipment.

10.

Saturday, August 18th: RACINE, WISCONSIN: Complete Liquidation of Late Model Earthmoving Equipment,

New WTC Building Slated for Opening in Autumn 2013 WTC from page 40

tower at 150 Greenwich has two fundamental elements — a ‘minimalist’ tower that achieves an appropriate presence, quiet but with dignity and a ‘podium’ that becomes a catalyst for activating the surrounding urban streetscape as part of the revitalization of lower Manhattan.” The conceptual design for 4 World Trade Center was unveiled in September 2006. In February 2008 excavation and foundation work began and in July 2009 below-grade work on the project was completed. Steel erection began in December 2009. Glass curtain wall installation began in April 2011 and the building will be fully enclosed in December 2012. 4 World Trade Center is scheduled to open in fall 2013. “Everyone at Tishman is delighted to have helped bring 4 WTC to this great day as another symbol of the progress of the rebuilding — and also of the determination and vision of Larry Silverstein and his team,” said Daniel R. Tishman, chairman and CEO of Tishman Construction, an AECOM company, which also built 7 World Trade Center and is building 3 WTC for Silverstein Properties. “Our role at the World Trade Center site is something we are all extremely proud of. I want to thank all of the architects, engineers, safety managers, subcontractors and, most of all, the thousands of trade workers who are making it possible for this project to become a reality.” “More than 1,200 union construction workers put in over 3 million hours to build this tower from bedrock to 977 feet,” said Gary LaBarbera, president, Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York. “It now stands as part of the skyline of New York as a testament to their resolve to never give up, always move forward, and build New York bigger, better and stronger.”

Truck Tractors, Equipment Trailers & Support. 11.

Tuesday, August 21st: HOUSTON, TEXAS: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment, Crawler Tractors, Hydraulic Excavators, Rubber Tired Loaders, Skid Steers, Aerials, Tractor Loader Backhoes, Trucks & Trailers, Support Equipment.

12. Sunday, August 26th: WESTMINSTER, VERMONT: Complete Liquidation Santa’s Land Amusement Park: Running Trains, Merry-Go-Round, Amusement Rides, Support & Real Estate. 13.

Saturday, September 22nd: SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA: Complete Liquidation: Aggregate Construction, Support Equipment, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks & Trailers.

14.

Saturday, November 24th: BARRANQUILLA, COLOMBIA: SECOND TIME IN COLOMBIA! Very Large Late Model Construction & Support Equipment Auction.

15. DTBA: ST LOUIS, MISSOURI: Construction, Support Equipment, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers. 16. DTBA: LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY: Late Model Cat, John Deere, Komatsu Earthmoving Equipment, Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers.

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About Silverstein Properties Silverstein Properties Inc. (SPI) is a privately-held, fullservice real estate development, investment and management firm based in New York. Founded in 1957 by President and CEO Larry Silverstein, the company develops and acquires office, residential, hotel and retail properties. SPI has developed, owned and managed more than 35 million square feet of commercial, residential and retail space. SPI has $10 billion worth of development activities under way, including rebuilding the commercial office space at the World Trade Center, one of the largest public-private developments ever undertaken. The company is building the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort, which is set to open in 2014. The company recently developed and opened Silver Towers, the largest residential rental development in New York. The company has been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work in New York City” by Crain’s New York Business for the past four years. For more information, visit www.silversteinproperties.com or www.wtc.com.


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Ritchie Bros Holds Auctions in Birdsboro, Canton, Pa.;

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itchie Bros. recently held two auctions in Pennsylvania.

More than 1,300 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’ multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction in Canton, Pa., on June 28. Bidders came from more than 40 countries, including 48 U.S. states. More than 64 percent of the equipment was sold to buyers outside the state, from as far away as Australia, Bolivia, Malaysia and Norway. Online bidders purchased more than 23 percent of the equipment sold (based on total gross auction proceeds).

In total, more than 500 equipment lots were sold in the auction in Canton, Pa.

The crowd gathers indoors to take a look at the large variety of smaller items offered at the auction in Birdsboro.

This 1993 Chevrolet 7000 Kodiak dump truck is ready to roll out when the right bidder comes along to take it home.

Butch Graham calls out bids in Canton, Pa. Graham has been a Ritchie Bros. auctioneer for more than 25 years and has been a long-time liason to the pipeline, gas and oil field industries.

Old Glory waves in the wind in Birdsboro as this 1978 P&H Omega 18 18-ton rough-terrain crane stands at attention and waits for the right bidder.

A long line of Caterpillar pipelayers went on the block in Canton, Pa.

In Birdsboro, Auctioneer Steve Kreible takes to the back of this truck to call the indoor auction as the crowd is ready to make their bids on the items.


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Canton Sale Features Five Cat Pipelayers Going on Block In total, more than 500 equipment lots were sold in the auction, including more than 40 hydraulic excavators, 20 crawler tractors, as well as wheel loaders, truck tractors, pickup trucks and more. The sale included five 2009 Caterpillar 583T crawler pipelayers that all sold for $590,000 each. In Birdsboro, Pa., more than 600 bidders participated online and in person June 29. Bidders came from close to 30 countries, including 41 U.S. states. More than 76 percent of the equipment was sold to buyers outside the state, from as far away as Australia, Columbia, India and New Zealand. Online bidders purchased more than 22 percent of the equipment sold (based on total gross auction proceeds). In total, more than 900 equipment lots were sold in the auction.

Bidders came to Canton from more than 40 countries, including 48 U.S. states.

Ed Green (L) and Mark VanSciver are enjoying the day in the sun in Birdsboro, talking over their potential purchases at the Ritchie Bros. auction.

Ty Radney (L) and J.R. Watts, both of Ajax Pipeline, are all smiles as they discuss the finer points of this 16 by 8 ft. sloop in Birdsboro.

Andy Berncote (L) and Larry Solomon take some time to pose for a picture while discussing the wide variety of items for sale at the auction in Birdsboro.

Steve McGonigle of MCG Developmental and his daughter, Sophia, are spending some quality time together as they roam the Ritchie Bros. auction in Birdsboro, Pa., looking for items to bid on.

More than 1,300 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’ multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction in Canton, Pa.


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UPCOMING AUCTIONS

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FINAL NOTICE - ONE OWNER SALE EQUIPMENT AUCTION for FRED N. DURANTE JR. GENERAL CONTRACTOR, INC. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 10:00 AM • 331 SELLECK ST, STAMFORD, CT 06902 INVENTORY OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, ROLLING STOCK, SHOP & OFFICE FIXTURES, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES FROM ONE OF FAIRFIELD COUNTY’S PREMIER CONTRACTORS

MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT LIQUIDATION AUCTION with equipment from TILCON NEW YORK INC. & BACKHOE SERVICES, INC. & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 9:30 AM • 625 MT. HOPE ROAD, WHARTON, NJ 07885 INVENTORY OF EXCAVATION, EARTHMOVING & PAVING EQUIPMENT, HEAVY & LIGHT DUTY TRUCKS & TRAILERS PARTIAL LISTING: EXCAVATORS: CRAWLER TRACTORS & LOADERS: RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: SKID STEERS & COMPACT TRACK LOADERS: COMPACTORS & ROLLERS: ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: TRI & T/A DUMPS: BUCKET & BOOM TRUCKS: WATER TRUCKS: SWEEPER TRUCKS: TRAILERS: FLATBEDS & VAN BODY TRUCKS: FLEET VEHICLES: SNOW HANDLING EQUIPMENT: PUMPS: COMPRESSORS: SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: AND MORE!

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

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

Columbus, OH (614) 444-4300 Providence, RI (401) 455-0200 Boston, MA (617) 427-8888

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

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NASCAR Drivers Laud H&K’s Paving Work in Pocono POCONO from page 8

smooth, had great grip, and was much faster, which led to predictions of several track records being broken. Those predictions, in fact, became reality even during the practice sessions held two days before the race, when 36 of 44 drivers posted a faster lap than the 172.533 mph NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying record set by Kahne in 2004. Logano, who went on to win the race two days later, set the new record at 179.598 mph. Many NASCAR drivers expressed praise and confirmed their initial impressions of the track following the race. 2010 Pocono Winner and Sprint Cup Points Leader Greg Biffle stated, “It’s glass smooth [the track]. I think it’s going to bring a lot more energy and excitement to this raceway.” Biffle also addressed previous safety concerns with the track that have been resolved with the new improvements. “My hat’s off to them as far as

safety goes. They put safer barriers in and paved the run-off area. They’ve done a really nice job.” Jeff Gordon added, “The track feels really good. I haven’t heard a single complaint.” The NASCAR organization also expressed its satisfaction of the completed project and for The H&K Group, as Mike Helton, NASCAR president and Robin Pemberton, NASCAR vice president of competition stated, “You delivered, gave everything promised, and more.” Chief Operating Officer James T. Haines stated, “The Pocono Raceway project truly exemplifies The H&K Group’s total team approach when undertaking a job of this magnitude. From initial design through project completion, our team demonstrated the ability to brainstorm, plan, implement, construct and operate on all cylinders. Thank you to all involved in the success of the Pocono project.” The H&K Group and The H&K Group Family of Companies pro-

vide site contracting and construction services, construction materials including crushed stone, asphalt and ready-mix concrete, and associated architec-

tural stone and manufactured hardscape and retaining wall products and services through over 80 operations in four states including eastern Pennsylvania,

New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware. For more information, call 610/584-8500 or visit www.hkgroup.com.

Specific Items, Materials and Quantities Required for the Project • Remove Existing Guiderail and Concrete Retaining Wall = 3,185 lin. ft. • Mill and Remove Existing Bituminous Pavement = 17,829 cu. yd. • Install Cast in Place Concrete Pit Wall = 1,899 lin. ft. • Install Cast in Place Concrete Pit Stalls (18 ft. wide) = 3,728 sq. yd. • Various Class I Excavations = 29,107 cu. yd. • Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) entire track area = 111,871 sq. yd. • Rahns Concrete supplied Type “A” Portland Cement for FDR = 3,221 ton • Lime Stabilize Pit Areas = 10,852 sq. yd. • Place Millings as Subbase in Apron Areas = 25,389 ton • Install various Types of Bituminous Concrete Pavements a) 19MM, PG 64-22, .3< 3 esals = 24,089 ton b) 9.5MM, PG 64-22, .3< 3 esals, SRL “E” = 8,001 ton c) 9.5MM, PG 76-22, .3< 3 esals, SLAG = 2,985 ton d) 9.5MM, PG 82-22, .3< 3 esals, SLAG = 6,303 ton e) 9.5MM, PG 76-22, Porous Pavement = 1,112 ton f) FJ1, PG 64-22, SRL “E” = 22 ton • Install Polymer Modified Joint Adhesive (Mattiola Services ) = 31,680 lin. ft.


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CAT, KOMATSU, DOOSAN

ONE OWNER

RENTAL FLEET CONSTRUCTION, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & ATTACHMENTS.

COMPLETE LIQUIDATION

Hertz Equipment Rentals & Neff Rentals

AUCTION

DALLAS, (FT. WORTH),

LATE MODEL CAT CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, (20) MACK TRUCK TRACTORS AND DUMP TRUCKS, LARGE QUANTITY OF PICKUPS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. TAW

AUCTION

MIDLAND,

TEXAS

NOTE: Selling in this sale will be late model construction rental fleet equipment from several Cat Rental Fleets and also several national rental fleets that will suit anyone any time and any place.

HILITES INCLUDE: 5 MOTOR GRADERS: 2006 Cat 160H (ripper), 2008 Cat 140M (ripper), 20072006-2005 Cat 140H (ripper), Cat 140G, 18 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2007-(2) 2005 Cat 315CL, 2006 Cat 314CLCR, (2) 2006-(2) 2005 Cat 312CL, Cat 312BL, 2006 Cat 307CCR, (3) 2007 Cat 303.5CCR, Unused Doosan DX225LC, 2004 Case CX330LC, 2006 Case CX135SR, JD 270LC, 2 LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: Unused 2012 Doosan DX225LCL, 2006 Case CX210LRLC, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADER: 2007 Cat 950H, Case 721B, 13 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2008 Cat D6TXL, 2008 Cat D6T (cab, ripper), 2004 Cat D6RLGP-II, 2006 Cat D6RLGP (cab, 6 way blade), 2005 Cat D6RXL, Cat D6RXL, 2010-2009 Cat D5KLGP, 2006 Cat D5GXL, 2005 Cat D5GXL, Cat D3CLGP, Komatsu D45E-1, Komatsu D41E, 21 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2008-2007-(2) 2006 Cat 420E (4x4), (2) 2007 Cat 416E, (2) Cat 416C (4x4), Cat 416B, Cat 416 (4x4), Cat 416, Unused Case 580 Super N, Unused Case 580N, 2006 Case 580 Super M-II (4x4), 2006 Case 580 Super M (cab, air, 4x4), 2006-2005 Case 580M-II (4x4), 2007 Case 580M (ROPS, 4x4), 2006 Case 580M (cab,air, 4x4), 2006 Case 580M (cab,air, 4x4), 2006 Case 580M (4x4), ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: P&H R150 (4x4), 7 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) 2008 Cat CS54 (1000hrs.), (2) 2007 Dynapac CA260PD, 2007 IR SD100PD, 2006 Hamm 3205, Vibromax VM75D, 9 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2006-2005 Cat 287B, 2008 Cat 277C, 2003 Cat 277, 2005 Cat 257B, 2009 Cat 247B-II, 2007 Cat 247B, 2007 Gehl CTL60, Scat Trak 1700, 11 SKID STEERS: 2006 Cat 236B, (2) 2008 Cat 232B-II, 2011-2010 Cat 226B-III, 2006 Bobcat S185, (2) 2006 Bobcat S175, 2006-2005 Bobcat S130, 2005 Bobcat 863, TRENCHER: 2006 Ditch Witch 1230, 2 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2006 JLG G9-43A, 2007 Genie GTH844, 2 ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2006 Harlo HP6500, 2005 Harlo HP6500, 3 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2006 IR XP375WCU, 2007 IR P185WJD, 2007 IR P185, 3 GENERATORS: 2007 Cat QX230, 2008-2007 Terex T120, 2 LIGHT PLANTS: (2) 2008 Allmand Max-Lite ML20, CONVEYORS & STACKERS: 24in. x90ft. radial stacker, 3 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2006-(2) 2005 Case 570MXT (4x4), 2 SWEEPERS: (2) 2008 Broce CR350BLD (cab), 2 WATER TRUCKS: 2001 Sterling (s/a, unused 2500gal. tank), 1999 Sterling (s/a, unused 4,000gal. tank), CONCRETE MIXER TRUCK: 2000 Sterling (t/a), 3 UTILITY VEHICLES: (3) 2009 Kubota RC900 (4x4, diesel), 2009 JD Gator XUV (4x4), ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 60in. -78in. Smooth- Stump- Rock - Mulch Buckets, New Mount Plates, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, AIR CONDITIONING UNIT: 2005 Trane CGAFC604 Chiller 60T Water Chiller, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT: 006 LEX 200amp-Rv Panel, 2004 300kva Transformer, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (4) New Easy Kleen Magnum 4000 Pressure Washers, Demo Plate Compactors, Demo Power Trowels, Demo Edco Vacuums, Demo Edco Walk Behind Saws, Demo Edco Scarifier, Demo Edco Masonry Saw, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Water Hose, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Mustang Rammer, Hose Reels, Porta Powers, New Smartquip Plate Compactor, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, MBW Plate Compactors, Multiquip Plate Compactors, New Mustang CV3500 Concrete Vibrator, 2 gal. Rockworth Air Compressor, Paint Tank, Multiquip Power Trowels, Multiquip Rammer, Ryan Sod Cutter, Air Compressors, Tile Saws, Concrete Saws, Multiquip Diaphragm Pumps, Multiquip Jumping Jack Tampers.

Address: 1815 Hicks Field Rd. East Fort Worth TX 76179. (Adjacent to JRP Trucking) DIRECTIONS: From DFW Airport – Hwy 183 West to I-820 West to Exit 13 (Saginaw). Bear right onto North 287 (Main St.) go approx. 6 miles turn right on Hick’s Field Road. Go 1/2 mile to sale site on right. TEXAS AUCTION LICENSE: AUCTIONEER #15791 Jack H Lyon SALE SITE PHONE: (817) 847-2071, (863) 660-3613, SALE SITE FAX: (817) 847-2077

WED., JULY 25 @ 1:00 PM

TEXAS NOTE: TAW of Texas, a very prominent contracting operation of exploration, has decided to liquidate this fine company with its very late model construction equipment and trucks.

HILITES INCLUDE: 6 MOTOR GRADERS: (2) 2008-(3) 20072006 Cat 140H, 6 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2007 Cat 966H, 2009 Cat 950H, 2008 Cat 950H, (3) 2009 Cat 924HZ, 10 CRAWLER TRACTORS (all Cat D6Ts have rippers or winches): 2009 Cat D6TXW, (8) 2008 Cat D6TXL w/ Ripper, 2007 Cat D6RXL w/ Ripper, 2 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2008 Cat 324DL, 2010 Cat 320DL, 6 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) 2008 Cat CS54 (1000hrs.), (2)2008(2) 2007 Dynapac CA250D, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2008 NH B90B, 18 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2010-(6) 2009- (5) 2008 –(3) 2006 Mack CHU613 & Mack CHN613, 2008 Mack GU713, 1999 Mack CH600, 4 WATER TRUCKS: 2006 Int’l. 740, (2) 1999 IH 8100 (t/a, new body),1996 Kenworth T800, DUMP TRUCK: 2008 Mack GU713, 5 LOWBOY TRAILERS: 2008-2005 Trailking (50T), 2005 AWF (50T), Atoka 60T, 2007 Atoka (60T), 5 BELLY DUMP TRAILERS: (3) 2008 CPS 40ft., 2007-2005 CTS Belly Dump, 4 BARREL TRAILERS: 2009 Troxell (130bbls), (2) 2008 Overland (130bbls), Shopbuilt (130bbls), ASSORTMENT TAGALONG TRAILERS, UTILITY TRUCK: Ford F550 (4x4), 32 PICKUPS: 2008 Ford F350 (4x4), (2) Ford F350 (4x4), 2010-(4) 2009-(7) 2008 Ford F250 (4x4), (13) Ford F250 (4x4), (2) 2010 Ford F150 (4x4), 2007 Chevy 3500 (4x4), 2008 Chevy C2500 (4x4), PLUS LARGE QUANTITY OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. Address: Site is on right before 3319 East State Highway 158 Midland, TX 79706. TEXAS AUCTION LICENSE: AUCTIONEER #15791 Jack H. Lyon SALE SITE PHONE: (585) 749-0022

THURS., JULY 26 @ 9:30 AM

ALEX

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Cat Auction Services Holds Sale in St. Thomas, Pa.

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at Auction Services held an auction June 28 in St. Thomas, Pa.

The complete equipment dispersal auction was conducted at the Charles E. Brake Company headquarters. Along with a host of Caterpillar equipment, the auction featured a wide variety of service, dump and pickup trucks. The sale attracted bidders primarily from Pennsylvania, Maryland, and West Virginia, as well as heavy online bidding activity.

Cat Auction Services’ President Rick Alban (L) keeps an eye on the bidding as Auctioneer Darryl Yoder calls out the bids.

Patrick McGrew (L) of McGrew Equipment and Bill McGrew of HTI Contractors came in from Maryland in hopes of taking back some equipment.

Having purchased a few Topcon systems, Bob Brown of EM Brown Inc., Clearfield, Pa., has his eye on a Caterpillar D8 dozer at the auction.

Ryan Yaukey (L) and Bernard Washabaugh of Second State Enterprises check out a Caterpillar 224E roller at the auction.

Bill Kirchhoff of Cleveland Brothers CAT and wife, Jean, stop by to wish everyone at Charles E. Brake Company all the best.

Cleveland Brothers CAT’s Joe Goncalves (L) and Jeremy Andrews (R) catch up with former associate, Frank Kessler, at the auction.

(L-R): Scott Parson of Scott’s Hauling & Excavating, Joe Mumma of Valley Quarries, Corey Berkheimer of Groff Tractor and Equipment, and John King of Valley Quarries get ready to watch the auction.

Edwin (L) and Kirk Martin (R) of David H. Martin Excavating meets up with Cleveland Brothers CAT’s Jason Ritchey at the sale.

Jim Renehan of MJR Contracting tries out a Caterpillar 420E backhoe.


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Online Auction Thursday, July 26 Featuring equipment from

2008 CAT 740

2006 INGERSOLL RAND DD118HA

2008 CAT 416E

2005 CAT RM250C

2007 CAT 740

1997 BARBER GREEN

Visit www.ironplanet.com to see the complete list of equipment, review the guaranteed inspection reports, and place your bids.

Inspected and Guaranteed www.ironplanet.com s 855-685-5491 California Auction Company Bond #70259785. Preliminary list to date. Equipment subject to change. Copyright © 1999-2012 IronPlanet, Inc. All Rights Reserved. IronPlanet ®, IronClad Assurance ® and Auctions you can trust ® are registered service marks of IronPlanet, Inc. All other marks and brands are the property of their respective owners.


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HADE’S EXCAVATING - COMPLETE DISPERSAL

EXCAVATING EQUIPMENT-TRUCKS-TRAILERS-TOOLS-INVENTORY

PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday - July 28, 2012 - 9:00 AM 6442 Lincolnway W.; Thomasville, PA 17364 Along Route 30 between Roth’s Church Road & Labbott Rd EXCAVATING EQUIPMENT: ‘02 CAT 953C Track Loader 2600 Hrs GP Bucket; EX 200-Landy-5 HITACHI Track Hoe 4600 Hrs AC/Heat 42” Bucket w/ Cutters; Vibropac Compactor for Excavator; Robin Compactor; Hopper w/ Infinite Variable Sp. Conveyor. SKID STEER & ATTACHMENTS: 773 BOBCAT 5K Hrs; (4) Non-Pneumatic McLaren Tires w/ Rims; McLaren Steel Track Set for 12x16.5 Tire Size; Quick Attach Power Axe Tree Shear w/ 90° Rotation; 709 Q/Att. Hoe; Add. 12” & 14” Buckets; 79” St. Edge Material Bucket; Hoover Rock Bucket w/ Grapples; 6-Way Dozer Blade for Skid Steer (Low Use); (2) Bobcat Hydro. Auger Drives; 6”, 12” & (3) 24” Auger Bits; Shaver HD 10 Q/Att/3 Pt. Post Driver; 60A Rock Hound 5’ Landscaper; 5’ Bobcat Ripper w/ (2) 12” Ext.; 5’ Quick Attach Flail Mower; Alitec CP 12 LSA Asphalt Cold Planer. TRUCKS & ACCESSORIES: ‘77 FORD 8000 w/ Ntl. Crane S4 55’ 7 Ton Boom; ‘86 MACK RD822S w/ Brandon Steel Dump; ‘95 VOLVO WG64T Day Cab, 500K Mi., Wet Line, Air Ride; ‘01 FORD F450 XL 7.3 Liter Pwr Stroke V8 Diesel Crew Cab w/ Stahl Service Body Auto, 61K Mi., Pintle Hook; ‘99 FORD XLT V10 4x4 4 Sp. w/ OD, 9 ft. Stake Dump Body, 76K Mi; 9’ HD Fisher Plow Plus More Truck Accessories. (See website for details). TRAILERS: ‘95 TRAILSTAR 39’ Frameless Dump, New Air Bags & Flex Bows, Bed Liner, 3-Way Gate, Sure-Lock Tarp, Good Rubber; ‘02 CHALLENGER 35 Ton Low Boy; ‘77 General 20 Ton Tag Along; 16’ TOWMASTER 12,000 lbs; (4) 45’ Storage Trailers. FUEL & POLY TANKS: 2000 Gal. Single Wall w/ Electric Pump; 50 & 100 Gal. 12V; 500 Gal. Nurse Tank; 250 Gal. Truck Bed Tank; 275 Gal. Tote. WOODWORKING TOOLS & LUMBER; TOOLS; BUILDING SUPPLIES & NEW INVENTORY. (See website) NOTE: Nice selection of equipment & tools—a dispersal you don’t want to miss! Good food. Come for the day. SALE ORDER: Starting w/ small items & tools, followed by woodworking equipment & machinery. TERMS: Cash or Good PA State Check. Out-of-State Buyers Must Have a Bank Letter of Credit Addressed to this Auction with Allowable Amount Clearly Stated. No Buyers Premium. Announcements Sale Day Take Precedence over Printed Material.

JCB Updates Its JS145 With Dieselmax Engine

SEE WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE LISTING & PHOTOS: www.aemauction.com AUCTION FOR: Hade’s Excavating Glenn & Miriam Hade 717-225-6325 or 717-577-5284

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PUBLIC AUCTION COMPLETE LIQUIDATION Trucks, Excavating & Paving Equip., Shop Tools, Etc. For SENICK INC. 1623 Freemansburg Road, Bethlehem, PA 18020 Sat., July 28, 2012 @ 9:00 A.M. (inspect auction day from 7:00 A.M.)

EXCAVATION: 1989 CAT 963 crawler loader 7800 hrs; 1986 CAT 953 crawler loader 11,155 hrs.; 2001 J.Deere 310SG tractor loader backhoe 4670 hrs., 4WD, Ext.-A-Hoe; 1967 CAT 922 4WD wheel loader; PAVING/ROLLERS: Allatt Model C300 Paving Mach.; Wolf Pac DDR3100 1½ Ton Roller; Bomag BW55E walk behind vibratory roller DUMP TRUCKS: 2000 Mack RD6885 Tri-Axle: 284,500 mi. w/Hewey 17’6” heated alum. body; 1998 Volvo Tri-Axle: 459,800 mi. w/Rogers 16’ steel body; 1979 R-Model Mack T/A: 230,400 mi. w/14’ steel body; TRUCK TRACTOR: 1987 Mack Ecodyne T/A: 404,100 mi.; OIL TANKER: 1987 GMC Brigadier S/A: 182,500 mi. w/2800 gal. ss tank-2 compart.; LIGHT DUTY: 2000 Ford E-250 Cargo Van: 115,000 mi.; 1989 Ford F-250 & 1989 GMC 2500 SLX Sierra Pick-Ups; TRAILERS: 1977 Hyster 35 Ton T/A Lo-Boy; T/A tag-a-long-3 ton cap.; ALSO: Pro-Tech SP10B 10’ Sno Pusher; I-R P160A-W-JD air comp.; ofc. trailer, scaffolding, pipe threading & concrete equip., trash & test pumps, Wacker tampers, Spectra & Porter Cable lasers, 4400 lb. shop crane, full selection of shop tools, etc. Terms: Absolute Auction * 13% Buyer’s Premium w/3% Discount w/Cash or Appr. Check * View websites or auctionzip for Photos/Details * HAHN AUCTION COMPANY 102 W. Main Street * Bath, PA 18014 610-837-7140 * AU-001271-L www.hahnauction.com

ROBERT H CLINTON & COMPANY, INC. Auctioneers & Appraisers P.O. Box 29 * Ottsville, PA 18942 610-847-5432 * AY-000093-L www.rhclintonauction.com

The JCB Dieselmax engine provides a 47 percent larger capacity than the previous machine, delivering 5.4 percent more power and a 12.7 percent increase to engine torque.

JCB is updating its JS145 tracked excavator, adding the Tier III JCB Dieselmax engine to another model in the JS excavator range. The revised model also takes on recent styling changes and an updated cab structure seen on the larger crawler models. The new machine features: • The JCB Dieselmax 444 engine • Advanced hydraulic technology to increase efficiency • All black counterweight with the latest JCB branding • Revised cabs with increased glazing • Greater in-cab storage space Fuel Saving JCB Engines The JCB Dieselmax engine provides a 47 percent larger capacity than the previous machine, delivering 5.4 percent more power and a 12.7 percent increase to engine torque. This increased output allows faster machine response from idle with higher torque backup, for demanding applications. The increased torque output also allows the engine to operate at lower rpm, increasing efficiency and lowering noise levels. The JS145 will now be powered at 100 hp (74 kW) and feature 320 lb. ft. of torque. The machine benefits from a larger cooling package and a 9 percent larger cooling fan, allowing slower rotation and lower noise output.

Robust Upperstructure and Revised Cab Design The JCB JS145 has been restyled for a more rugged appearance, with an all-black counterweight with yellow chevrons at the corners. Strengthened side access doors complete the look. The new cab can be ordered with an integral ROPS structure. All JCB JS excavators will be available with roll over protection structure approval, in compliance with ISO 12117-2:2008 as an option. ROPS certification for models below 26 ton (24 t) has been achieved through internal strengthening of the cabin and machine structure. Externally the ROPS cab is identical, while internally the cab will be marked with a data plate identifying compliance. Bolt-on FOPS protection also is available. The cab benefits from larger storage areas and the front wiper is now completely isolated when the front screen is opened. Improved sealing reduces noise and dust ingress into the operator’s compartment. All hoses and harnesses passing through the cab floor now have rubber grommets with a bolted retaining ring to provide improved sealing, improving heating and ventilation performance and reducing noise in the cab, according to the manufacturer.


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LARGE FORESTRY, CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, TRUCK & TRAILER, SUPPORT & ATTACHMENTS AUCTION

AUCTION

Neff Rentals Hertz Rentals

AUCTION

KISSIMMEE,

ALBANY, (CASTLETON),

LATE MODEL RENTAL FLEET CRANES, CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, AERIALS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS.

NEW YORK

(WINTER GARDEN),

FLORIDA

NOTE: Selling in this sale are some of the fanciest top conditioned cranes ever offered at auction that

NOTE: Selling in this sale will be late model

are in super condition along with a large quantity of rental fleet construction equipment from several national rental fleets.

construction & support equipment from several various rental fleets in the Northeast area.

HILITES: CRAWLER CRANES: 2002 Manitowoc 555 (150T), 10 ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES:

EARLY HILITES: 6 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2012 JD 200DLC, JD 230LC, JD 200CLC, 2006 Cat 312CL, Hitachi 135UR, Hitachi EX120, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: Case 1085, MOTOR GRADERS: Galion A550, 5 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 928G, Unused JD 544K (fully loaded), JD 544G, JD 544E, Case W24C, Unused New Holland LW190C, 5 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2012 JD 650JLT, 2012 JD 650J (850hrs.), JD 550J, JD 450J, JD 450HLGP, 7 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: JD 710D (4x4), (2) 2009 JD 310 Super J (4x4), JD 310 Super G (4x4), JD 310G (4x4), Cat 416B (4x4), NH 555E (4x4), 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2006 IR SD116FTF, IR SD100D, 15 SKID STEERS: (2) 2010 JD 333D (rubber tracked), 2010 Cat 256C (1000hrs., 2 speed), 2009-2008 Cat 247B-II, 2008 Cat 277C, 2010 Cat 226B-III, (2) 2008 Bobcat S300, JD 270, (2) NH LS185.5, (2) NH L170, NH L160, 3 COMPACT TRACTORS: (2) Mahindra, Kubota L3180 (4x4, loader), GENERATORS, 5 LIGHT PLANTS: (3) Amida, (2) Allmand, PLUS PICKUPS, TRUCK TRACTORS, AIR COMPRESSORS, WELDERS, ATTACHMENTS, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 60in. 78in. Smooth- Stump- Rock - Mulch Buckets, New Mount Plates, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) New Easy Kleen Magnum 4000, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Water Hose, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Mustang Rammer, Hose Reels, Porta Powers, New Smartquip Plate Compactor, New Mustang Submersible Pumps.

Address: 1237 Route 9, Castleton-on-Hudson, NY 12033 DIRECTIONS: From Albany: Take NYS Thruway I-90 East to exit 12. Turn onto Route 9 North. Follow auction signs.

SAT., AUGUST 4 @ 9:30 PM

(2) 2007 Grove RT9130 (130T), 2006 Grove RT9130E (130T), (2) 2005 Grove 9130E (130T), 2003 Grove 9130E (130T), 2000 Grove RT870 (70T), Grove RT865B (65T), 2002 Linkbelt RTC80100 (80T), Terex RT175 (75T), 2 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) Cat 740, 17 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2004 Cat 330CL, (2) 2007 Cat 320DL, 2003 Cat 305SR, Cat E120B, 2007 Kobelco SK480LC, 2005 Kobelco SK250LC, Kobelco SK220LC, 2006 Kobelco SK210LC, (2) 2007 Kobelco SK210LC, Kobelco SK210LC, (3) 2008 Volvo EC210CL, 2006 Gehl 353, 2005 Takeuchi TB135, HIGH CAB EXCAVATORS: 2007 Kobelco SK250LC, 3 LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: (2) Cat 322CLLR, 2003 Kobelco SK250LCLR, MOTOR GRADERS: 2005 Cat 12G, 2 TOOL CARRIERS: Cat IT38G, Cat IT28G, 12 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2010-2008-2006 Cat 980H, 2011 Cat 966H, 2006 Cat 950H, Cat 928G, (2) 2009 Cat 924HZ, 2005 Cat 924G, 2007 Komatsu WA500-6, Komatsu WA250, 2008 Volvo L110F, 11 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2007 Cat D5GXL, (4) 2005 Cat D5GXL, (2) 2006 –(2) 2005 Cat D5GLGP, Cat D3C-III, 2005 JD 650JLGP, 11 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (2) 2011 Cat 420EST (4x4), 2008-2007 Cat 420E (4x4), 2011 Cat 416E (4x4), (2) Unused Case 580 Super N (4x4), (4) 2005 JD 310G (4x4), 8 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) 2012 Unused Cat CS54 (Cab), (2) 2010-(4) 2008 Cat CS54, 12 ASPHALT ROLLERS: (4) New Unused Cat CD54, (2) 2005 Cat CB634D, 2003 IR DD130, 2005 IR DD112HF, 2005 IR DD90, 2005 Dynapac CC322, (2) Bomag BW75AD, 7 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2008-2007 Cat 247B-II, 2008-2007 Cat 277C, 2007 Bobcat T250, 2007 ASV SR80, 12 SKID STEERS: 2007 Cat 256C, 2007-2006 Cat 252B, 2006 Bobcat S220, 2006 Bobcat S185, (4) 2006 Bobcat S175, 2004 Bobcat S150, Bobcat 863G, 2008 Case 465, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2005 IR VR843C, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: JCB 930, 14 PIGGYBACK FORKLIFTS: 2003-2000 – (14) 1999 Moffett M500, 4 FORKLIFTS: Cat DP70, 2004 Linde H80, Hyster 8000, Yale E088, SCISSOR LIFTS: 2003 Genie AWP-30S, LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: New/Unused Cub Cadet Yanmar LX450 (4x4), 21 GENERATORS: (2) Demo Cat 500kw, (2) 2006 Cat XQ400, (2) 2006 Cat XQ100, 2008 Cat XQ60, 2006-2005 Cat XQ30, 2006 IR G460, (2) 2005 Multiquip DCA125US, (2) 2005 Multiquip DCA85USI, (2) 2005 Multiquip DCA45USI, (4) 2008-2007 Terex T120, 23 LIGHT PLANTS: (2) 2009(10) 2008-(2) 2007-2006-(2) 2005 Magnum MTL3060, (5) 2008 Allmand Max-Lite ML20, 2007 Amida AL4060D4MH, 2 SWEEPERS: 2009 Broce CR350BLD (cab), 2009 Broce KR350 (cab), DIGGER DERRICK TRUCKS: 1982 Int’l. S1800 (s/a), WATER TANKERS: Cat 613C, DUMP TRUCKS: 1997 GMC 6500 (s/a), 3 SERVICE TRUCKS: (3) 2006 Ford F350XL, 2 PICKUPS: 2005 Ford F250 (4x4), 2000 Ford F150XLT, FUEL TANK: 2006 550gal. Fuel Tank, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 60in. -78in. Smooth- Stump- Rock - Mulch Buckets, New Mount Plates, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT: 2003 1200amp Breaker Disconenct, 2005 800amp Automatic Transfer Switch, 2004 LEX 600amp manual -600v transfer switch, 2007 LEX 400amp, 600v Disconnect, 2006-(3) 2005 LEX 400amp Distribution Panels, 2007 225amp Distribution Panel, (4) 2006 LEX 200amp RV Panels, 2006 LEX 100amp, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Water Hose, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Mustang Rammer, Hose Reels, Porta Powers, Multi Hitches, Water Pump, Demo Saws, Electric Welder.

Address: 12601 State Rd. 545 North (Avalon Rd.), Winter Garden, FL 34787. DIRECTIONS: From Tampa: I-4E to Rte. 27N for 6.5 miles to Rt. 192E for 1 mile. Left on Avalon Rd. for 3 miles to sale site on left. From Orlando: I-4W to Rt. 192W for 5.5 miles, turn right on Avalon Rd. to sale site.

FLORIDA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #AU 0001548, FLORIDA LICENSE: #AB-1091. SALE SITE PHONE: (407) 239-2700, (770) 537-7386, FAX: (407) 239-0068.

WED., AUGUST 15 @ 9:30 AM

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Written Exam Prep (must pre-register August 20 - 24 2012 EVENTS CALENDAR: At least 2 weeks prior to class) October 15 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 19 Tuesday, July 24th - 22nd ANNUAL WIDMER GOLF TOURNAMENT Mobile Crane Practical Exam Practice Call To Schedule (12:30 PM CST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 6:00 PM CST) Must Schedule th Thursday, July 26 - LANDSCAPE DESIGN TOUR NCCCO Mobile Crane Certification Call To Schedule Thursday, July 26th - ROLLING RETAIL EXPERIENCE (9:00 AM CST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Practical Exam â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Must Schedule 1:30 PM CST) For More Information or to Register, Call Nancy DeCarr Thursday, August 9th - 2012 WISCONSIN NURSERY FIELD DAY (ALL 800-4-HOFFMAN DAY) www.hoffmanequip.com Thursday, August 9th - GIRLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NIGHT OUT (6:30 PM CST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:30 PM New Jersey Corporate Headquarters CST) Hoffman Equipment Thursday, August 16th - CARLIN: 2012 BUYERFEST (ALL DAY) 300 South Randolphville Road Tuesday, August 21st - OPEN HOUSE DAYS AT THE MINNESOTA Piscataway, NJ 08854 LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM GRASS COLLECTION (1:00 PM CST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4:00 PM CST) 2012 FLORIDA Contractor Associations Meetings Postings: th Thursday, September 13 - CLEAN WATER SUMMIT 2012 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CLEAN WATER: THE ESSENTIAL ROLE OF New Installations: Wednesday, October 10th and Tuesday, SOIL December 4th NASTTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mission is to advance trenchless technology (8:30 AM CST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 6:00 PM CST) and to promote its benefits for the public and the environment by Tuesday, September 18th - OPEN HOUSE DAYS AT THE MINNESOTA increasing awareness and knowledge through information disseminaLANDSCAPE ARBORETUM GRASS COLLECTION (3:00 PM CST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; tion; research and development; education and training; and partner6:00 PM CST) ships with organizations and agencies interested in trenchless techWednesday, September 19th - MNLA SHOOTOUT (ALL DAY) rd Wednesday, October 3 - ISA CERTIFIED ARBORIST, UTILITY SPECIAL- nology and its benefits. NASTT provides a representative voice for all sectors of the trenchless technology industry. For more information IST, and MUNICIPAL SPECIALIST EXAM (12:00 PM EST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5:00 PM about NASTT and the variety of training opportunities provided, please EST) visit www.nastt.org or contact Michelle Hill, Communications & th Wednesday, October 10 - OPEN HOUSE DAYS AT THE MINNESOTA Training Manager at 440/638-4676 or mhill@nastt.org. LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM GRASS COLLECTION (1:00 PM CST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 6:00 PM CST) 2012 Annual Asphalt Contractors Association of Florida Convention, ***Please contact MNLA at mnla@mnla.biz or July 19 to 21, 2012 at UUCF Convention, The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, telephone toll free: 888-886-6652 for more information. Grande Lakes, Orlando, FL. American Subcontractors Association â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Midwest Council The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest Council HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION is a construction trade association made up of quality specialty con- 2012 HCEA International Convention & Old Equipment Exposition tractors and suppliers serving the construction industry and the com- September 14-16, 2012, National Construction Equipment munity in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area and southern Illinois. Museum, Bowling Green, Ohio The ASA Midwest Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s purpose is to improve the construction FEATURING CATEPILLAR! Equipment of all vintages built or powered process through active participation in education, legislation and by Caterpillar will be featured. Stationary and operational equipment cooperation. The ASA Midwest Council has been named â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chapter of in any condition is welcome. Bring your equipment and have some the Yearâ&#x20AC;? by the American Subcontractors Association five out of the fun, because we have a lot of digging, dozing, loading, shoveling, last seven years. For more information about the ASA Midwest Council, hauling and scraping work to do. Come watch and participate in visit www.asamidwest.com or contact Susan Winkelmann at 314- the 27th Annual Convention of the Historical Construction Equipment 845-0855. ASA Midwest Council â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Voice of the Midwest Association! ACMOC ANNUAL NATIONAL SHOW: Subcontractor. Also hosting the Antique Caterpillar Machinery Owners Club Annual AGC of AMERICA is pleased to offer a wide variety of meetings, events National Show. Featuring many finely restored Caterpillar machines and seminars for construction professionals that can help you improve on static display and in action! Show Hours: every aspect of your business. Friday, August 3th â&#x20AC;&#x201C; AGC GOLF TOURNAMENT â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Join your colleagues Friday, September 14th â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:00 AM to Dusk and fellow members at our golf tournament on Friday, August 3, at Fox Saturday, September 15th â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Sunday, September 16th â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Hollow Golf Club in St. Michael. Location: National Construction Equipment Museum, Bowling SAVE THE DATE!!! nd rd 2 Annual AGC of ST. LOUIS BIM EXPO is THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 Green, OHIO from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM at Washington University in St. Louis. HCEA/ACMOC Banquet: Coming off a successful inaugural event in 2011 with close to 150 Saturday, September 15th â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Social Hour at 6:00 PM; Dinner at 7:00 attendees, the AGC of St. Louis BIM Expo Advisory Committee has PM begun planning for our 2012 EXPO. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event will be held at $30.00 for Adults; $15.00 for age 12 and under. Washington University in St. Louis on Thursday, August 23rd, and is Order tickets through the HCEA office at 419/352-5616. First come, first served â&#x20AC;&#x201C; seating is limited to 250. FOR MORE INFORMATION: sure to be bigger and better! The AGC of St. Louis is now accepting proposals for a limited number CALL THE HCEA: 419/352-5616. of speaking opportunities. For more information, please contact Association of Equipment Manufacturers Joanne Engel at jengel@stl-cts.org. W. Washington Street, Suite 2400, Milwaukee, WI 53214 VOLUNTEER OF THE WEEK! Thank you to the Construction Leadership Council for putting on a suc- 414/272-0943 cessful Build-A-Brat Picnic last Thursday, June 7th. The picnic had AEM Education Team presents a Customer Support Council Seminar great weather, great attendance and great food! â&#x20AC;&#x153;Change, Challenge, Growthâ&#x20AC;? ***HAVE you UPDATED your AGC DIRECTORY LISTINGS? Are they September 17 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 19, 2012 up-to-date? Does your company profile show why you are better Sheraton City Centre, Indianapolis, IN Join us for a reception and tour of Lucas Oil Stadium. than your competition? Listed all your branches? All members You saw it all over television during Super Bowl XLVI, now come and have received AGC of Minnesota directory update information â&#x20AC;&#x201C; company profile/personnel update, advertising opportunities, and see Lucas Oil Stadium in person while networking with your peers. updating up to five company specialties. Unsure if your company You will enjoy a private group reception in the Quarterback Suite information has been updated? Contact Jane Sanem to check by located on the upper suite level. With amazing views of the field and a private tour of the stadium, you will have an all-access pass email at isanem@agcmn.org or 651/796-2187. Advertising to great NFL accommodations and networking at the same time. space is still available and reasonable! The reception will be held Tuesday evening, September 18. There is no additional fee, but registration is required. ***THROUGH ITS ON-LINE BOOKSTORE, AGC OF AMERICA offers monthly featured products, available at a discount to AGC members. A link to the bookstore is available through our home page, IEDA (Independent Equipment Dealers Association) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Independent Equipment Dealers Association is happy to announce www.agcmn.org. that Great American Insurance Group has joined the Association, effective June 1, 2012. The IEDA Board of Directors has accepted Great Georgia Utility Contractors Association, Inc. American, a provider of equipment finance insurance solutions, as an 2012 3rd Quarter Safety Training Schedule IEDA member. Please welcome Great American Insurance Group as a Topics Include: new IEDA member, and take a moment to introduce yourself to Great . Competent Person Excavation Americanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s representative, Brent Fox, at our mid-year meeting in Las . Confined Space Entry Program Vegas, September 25 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 27, 2012. . Damage Prevention/GUFPA Law/PSC IEDA LAS VEGAS MEET & GREET â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Nine Fine Irishmen Pub, Las Vegas . ISEE Blasting Certification 5 PM to 7 PM. BY INVITATION ONLY . Temporary Utility Workzone Traffic Control IEDA MID-YEAR MEETING â&#x20AC;&#x201C; LAS VEGAS . NPDES Level 1A Course and Exam* Wednesday, September 26th â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 8 AM to 3 PM, NY NY LAS VEGAS . NPDES Level 1A Recertification Course* HOTEL & CASINO . NPDES Level 1B Course and Exam* IEDA Go-KART TOURNAMENT . GDOT Approved Flagging Program Wednesday, September 26th - 4:30 PM . GDOT Approved Flagging Instructor Program First Lap Indoor Kart Racing, Las Vegas *No Checks accepted less than 5 days prior to class date payment QUESTIONS? reserves the seat for class â&#x20AC;&#x201C; we do not save seats. Please contact Kristen Williams, Executive Director, IEDA, Victor, NY, For more information on the above classes which include Office: 585/869-9002, Toll Free: 888/379-0353, Email: dates/locations/costs, please contact Scott Brumbelow, Assistant Executive Director, GUCA, 404/362-9995. kristen@iedagroup.com


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with other transportation projects. White House spokesman Jay Carney said the administration was glad Congress acted “before middle class families pay the price for inaction.” He said Obama will keep pressing for approval of more of his job-creating proposals from last year, to hire teachers, police officers and firefighters and for tax credits to companies that hire new workers. Most of the overall measure was financed by extending federal taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel for two more years. Those levies, unchanged for nearly two decades, are 18.4 cents a gallon for gasoline and 24.4 cents for diesel and now fall well short of fully financing highway programs, which they were designed to do. About $20 billion would be raised over the next decade by reducing tax deductions for companies’ pension contributions and increasing the fees they pay to federally insure their pension plans. In return, a formula was changed to, in effect, let companies apportion less money for their pensions and to provide less year-to-year variation in those amounts. To raise other revenue, the government will start charging interest on subsidized Stafford loans no more than six years after undergraduates begin their studies. Today no interest is charged until after graduation, no matter how long that takes. In addition, a loophole was tightened to make it harder for businesses with roll-your-own cigarette machines to classify the tobacco they sell as pipe tobacco — which is taxed at a lower rate than cigarette tobacco. The change is expected to raise nearly $100 million. Some federal workers would be allowed to work part-time as they gradually retire, saving the government money because the workers would receive only partial salaries and retirement annuities. As often happens with bills that are certain to win the president’s signature, the measure became a catch-all for other unrelated provisions. One would order the government to accelerate work on a plan for preventing Asian carp, which devour other species, from entering the Great Lakes from the Mississippi River. It drew opposition from Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind., and some other lawmakers arguing that blocking the fish could interfere with shipping, but the Senate turned their objections aside. Federal flood insurance programs that protect 5.6 million households and businesses were extended, allowing higher premiums and limiting subsidies for vacation homes to help address a shortfall in the program caused by claims from 2005’s Hurricane Katrina. The measure also steers 80 percent out of billions in Clean Water Act penalties paid by BP and others for the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion to the five Gulf states whose beaches and waters were soiled by the disaster. The money would have otherwise gone to federal coffers. Federal timber subsidies worth $346 million would be distributed for another year to rural counties, while other funds would be steered to rural school districts. The bill also eases restrictions that force most American food aid to be shipped abroad on U.S.-flagged vessels.

The Industry Responds The Road Connection Lisa Carson, marketing manager of KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens, The Road Connection’s primary sponsor, said after three tumultuous years of partisan bickering, the company is pleased to see Congress making strides in protecting and advancing America’s infrastructure and economic growth. “We are proud to say that advocates like The Road Connection and other industry organizations have made a difference by getting Congress to see that this is not an issue they can push aside,” Carson said. “While the measure is far from perfect, it gives our contractors and dealers the stability they need to continue their operations and provide jobs to millions of Americans. As an American manufacturer, we know that this bill will help stimulate equipment sales, which will be used to fix our crumbling roads and bridges.” At the same time applauding Congress’ action, Carson also cautioned supporters that The Road Connection’s work is “far from over.” “This new bill gives us time to ramp up our efforts for 2014, which will come sooner than we think,” Carson said. “If we want to improve our nation’s infrastructure grade from a D- to acceptable levels, we are going to need serious investments that can be promised for more than two years at a time.” Associated General Contractors of America The chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, issued the following statement in reaction to Congressional passage of a 27-month highway and transit measure: “The passage of the 27-month transportation bill ends nearly three years worth of temporary extensions that have made it increasingly difficult for state and local officials to plan for, fund and execute major new infrastructure projects. The new highway and transit bill should allow construction to finally begin on many longdelayed, yet vital, projects. In addition, this bill will make it easier for a host of long-contemplated projects to move through a regulatory review process that until now was hopelessly inefficient. “The members of Congress that worked so hard to craft this measure understand that the benefits to our economy from infrastructure investments are too important to be undermined by legitimate disagreements over a handful of policy questions. Indeed passing this measure is

a significant victory for construction workers, commuters, shippers and the economy. “Today’s legislative accomplishments must be seen, however, as the start of a broader effort to address the long-term funding challenges that still threaten the federal transportation program. That is why we look forward to resuming work on an even-longer term transportation measure that includes key revenue reforms as soon as Congress returns later next month.” Associated Equipment Distributors Upon the measure’s passage, AED President and CEO Toby Mack and 2012 National Chairman Larry Glynn, president and owner of CMW Equipment in St. Louis, released the following statements. “After years of inaction, we are pleased to see the House and Senate work together in a bipartisan manner to complete a new multi-year highway bill that restores certainty to federal infrastructure programs and lays a solid foundation for America's future economic growth,” said Mack. “The legislation not only maintains critical investments in our nation’s deteriorating surface transportation infrastructure, but it also makes significant programmatic improvements that will restore public confidence in the federal highway program, paving the way for future discussions about how to restore the long-term viability of the Highway Trust Fund and increase investment. “Congratulations and thanks to House and Senate leadership, Sen. Boxer, and Rep. Mica, and members of the conference committee for their dogged persistence. Thanks also to all the AED members who participated in this process and made it clear to their lawmakers that inaction on a highway bill was unacceptable.” “This is a long-awaited, positive development for the construction equipment industry. Contractors around the country have been on life support over the last few years. This bill will provide much needed certainty for contractors, dealers, and suppliers,” said Glynn. “Equipment distributors sell the equipment that builds and maintains this country’s infrastructure. And building that infrastructure creates American jobs. Ninety-five to ninety-nine percent of the equipment I sell at CMW is manufactured at factories in the United States. A new highway bill will encourage equipment sales and stimulate manufacturing here in this country.”


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SPECIAL 2 DAYAUCTION DAY 1: LARGE RENTAL RETURN AUCTION: (CAT, JOHN DEERE, JLG, GENIE) BOOM & SCISSOR LIFTS, NORMAL & TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS, CRANES, SKID STEERS, AIR COMPRESSORS, WELDERS, GENERATORS, LIGHT PLANTS, PLUS HEAVY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS PLUS DAY 2: OVER 1500 LOTS OF LIKE NEW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT FROM THE LARGEST DISTRIBUTOR IN THE WORLD

ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY (ATLANTIC CITY RACE TRACK) NOTE: Day 1: Selling will be very late model construction equipment, aerial lifts, both booms & scissor, telescopic forklifts, utility equipment including cranes, skid steers, midi-mini excavators from several of the best Cat, John Deere Rental Fleets in America. HILITES: 19 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2008-(2) 2007 Cat TL1255, (2) 2008-2007 Cat TL1055, 2009-(2) 2008-2006 Lull 1044C-54, 2008(3) 2007-2006- (2)2004 Lull 944E-42, 2007 Lull 644E-42, 37 BOOM LIFTS: (9) 2008- (2)2004 JLG 600AJ (4x4), (15) 2004-2000 JLG 600S (4x4), JLG 600A, (2) 2008-2007-2004-1999 JLG450AJ (4x4), 2007 JLG 400AJ (4x4), 2007 Genie Z34/22N (4x4), 73 SCISSOR LIFTS: (4) 2008- (4) 2007 JLG 4394RT, 2008-2007- 2005 JLG 3394RT, 2008 JLG 2646ES, 2008-2004 JLG 2030ES, (10) JLG 2032, (2) 2009 JLG 20MVL, (4) 2008-(5) 2004 JLG 1930ES, 2001- (3) 2000 JLG 1932, (5) 2004 JLG 15DVSP, (2) 2007-2006-(4) 2005 Skyjack 4632 (4x4), Skyjack 6826 (4x4), 2005 Skyjack 4626, 2005-2004 Skyjack 3220, 2005 Skyjack 3219, (3) 2008-2007-(5) 2006-(8) 2004 Lift Works HB-1030E, 8 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (4) 2012 Unused Cat CS54 (cab), (2) 2010 Cat CS54 (cab), (2) 2008 Cat CS54, TRENCH ROLLERS: 2004 Wacker RT82SC, 8 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2010 Cat 420EST (4x4), 2010 –(4) 2008 Cat 420E (4x4), Cat 420D (4x4), (2) 2009 JD 310 Super J, 2 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2008 Cat 320DLRR, 2006 Cat 304CCR,

RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR: Cat 316C, RUBBER TIRED LOADER: 2011 Cat 980H, 7 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2006-2005 Cat 287B, 2008 Cat 277C, Cat 277C, 2009-2008-2007 Cat 247B, 17 SKID STEERS: (2) 2010 Cat 256C ( 2 speed travel), (8) 2007 Cat 236B, 2011 Cat 226B-III, 2010 Cat 226B-II, 2010 Bobcat S300, (4) 2006 Bobcat S220, CARRY DECK CRANE: 2008 Broderson IC-80, 3 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2009-2007 Sullair 375CFM, 2009 Sullair 185DPQ, 17 LIGHT PLANTS: (9) 2007-(6) 2006 -2004 Genie TML4000, 19 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2007-(10) 2006-(4) 2005 Sterling 9500, (4) 2008 Kenworth T800, PLUS A LARGE QUANTITY OF ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 60in. 78in. Smooth- Stump- Rock - Mulch Buckets, New Mount Plates, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, PICKUPS, TRAILERS OF ALL TYPES. DAY 2: Selling for a large distributor of support: OVER 1500 LOTS INCLUDING Carpet Cleaners, Generators, Air Compressors, Sockets, Tree Pruners, Jacks, Deck Sprayers, Furniture Movers, String Trimmers, Battery Chargers, Grinders, Screwdrivers, Gas Blowers, Homelite Weed Wackers, Roofing Nailers, Chainsaws, Cut Off Saws, Tape Measures, Impact Wrenches, Hammer Drills, Rigid Shop Vacs, Rigid Miter Saws, Tile Saws, Recreational Vehicles,

Lawn Mowers, Toro 17in. Trimmers, Titan Extension Ladder, Wagner Paint Sprayers, Belt Sanders, Black & Decker Shop Vacs, Measuring Tapes, Ryobi Rollers, Air Hose, Floor Jacks, Power Steamer, Diamond Blades, Jumping Jacks, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (4) New Easy Kleen Magnum 4000 Pressure Washers, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Water Hose, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Mustang Rammer, Hose Reels, Porta Powers, New Smartquip Plate Compactor, New Mustang Submersible Pumps. WATCH FOR FURTHER COMPLETE DETAILS!

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ONSITE –

PUBLIC AUCTION

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CONSTRUCTION RENTAL EQUIPMENT BOOM LIFTS – SCISSOR LIFTS – GENERATORS – PICKUP TRUCKS EXCAVATORS – HEATERS – RAMP TRUCK – LOADER/BACKHOE NEW ENGLAND RENTAL & SUPPLY INC. 41 Liberty Street, Quincy, MA 02170

Wednesday, August 15th @ 11:00 AM Equipment: RAMP TRUCK: 2006 Kenworth T800 Ramp Truck, Jerr-Dan 815TRB 28’ Ramp Body BOOM LIFTS: (2) 2006 Genie S65 Boom Lifts, 65’; (2) 2006 Bil-Jax 3632T DC Towable Boom Lifts; 1997 JLG 45E Electric Boom Lift, 45’ SCISSOR LIFTS: (50) Genie GS-1930 Electric Scissor Lifts, 19’, 30”; (10) Genie GS-2032 Electric Scissor Lifts, 20’, 32”; (2)

Genie GS5390 Rough Terrain Scissor Lifts, 53’; Genie GS-2668RT Rough Terrain Scissor Lift, 26’ GENERATORS: (2) Airman/MMD Power Pro 65-SDG65S Towable Generator; MQ Power Whisperweld SGW-250SS Engine Drive Welder/Generator PICKUP TRUCKS: 2006 Ford F150 Pickup Truck; 2004 Ford F350 Pickup Truck LOADER/BACKHOE: Allmand TLB6235-ESL Loader Backhoe, 1,101 Hrs.

EXCAVATORS: Yanmar VIO-35-3 Mini Excavator, 1,757 Hrs.; Yanmar B08-3 Mini Excavator, 289 Hrs. HEATERS: (3) Allmand Bros Maxi-Heat MH1000 Portable Heaters; (3) Heatstar HS3001D Portable Heaters, Diesel, 289,000 BTU Compactors – Mixers – Forklift Concrete Buggy – Light Towers – Trailer Landscaping – Surface Equipment Lifts – Earth Drills

ABSOLUTE AUCTION Presto, Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh Area) Hydraulic Excavators and Crawler Loader: `02 KOBELCO SK35SP-2E Mini, s/n PX1008637 • `98 KOMATSU PC120-6, s/n 60927 • `01 JD 555G Series IV, s/n T0555GA893130 Skid Steer Loaders and Attachments: `99 NEW HOLLAND LS180, s/n 181765 • NEW HOLLAND LS170, s/n LMU015653 • NEW HOLLAND LS170 Skid Steer Loader, s/n 171935 • NEW HOLLAND LS170, s/n 169610 • `90 NEW HOLLAND L785 Skid Steer Loader, s/n 772921 • CAT BP15B Hydraulic Boom • ROCK HOUND 60B Landscape Rake • BOBCAT Sweeper 60 Broom Attachment, s/n 714408687 • (2) Hydraulic Preparator Attachments • BRADCO C1825 Hydraulic Auger Attachment Backhoe, Tractor, and Compactor: `91 FORD 655C, 4x4 Extend-A-Hoe, s/n A416715 • FORD 1720 • DYNAPAC CA25 PLUS! Cable Plows and Air Compressor • Dump and Flatbed Trucks • Pickup, Utility, and Stake Body Trucks • Tag-A-Long Trailers • Snow and Ice Maintenance Equipment • Landscape Material and Support Equipment • Contractors Tools • Shop Equipment

Please Call (800) 233-6898 or Email sales@hunyady.com For Complete, Descriptive Brochure!

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

ONSITE TERMS: 25% Deposit cash, certified check or bank letter honoring payment with uncertified checks. A 6% Buyer’s Premium will apply WEBCAST TERMS: All online bidders must provide a 25% deposit up front with the auctioneer’s office by Tuesday, August 14th at Noon to be approved to bid. A 6% Buyer’s Premium will apply

Public Auction Construction and Utility Equipment

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Thurs., August 23, 2012 – 9:00AM

INSPECTION: Tuesday, August 14th 9:00AM to 4:00PM

Friday, August 24th @ 9:00 Auction Location:

601 Christiana Ave. Wilmington, DE 19801

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

Inspection on August 22nd & 23rd from 8am-5pm

Visit our website for a list of inventory & pictures

www.utilityauctions.net Fleet vehicles from Delmarva Power, Con Edison, Orange & Rockland, South Jersey Gas, DE River & Bay Authority, City of Wilmington, & others To consign equipment to this auction please contact Marty Piela @ (302) 530-9103 Financing can be provided by Northern Atlantic Financial, LLC JoAnn Cucciarre: Office 800-710-4361 Cell 610-909-8023. All financing must be pre-approved prior to the auction


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ADVERTISER INDEX MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS

A E D ..............................................................................38

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

ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ....................................95

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ..........................................22,80

ACR EQUIPMENT CO ..................................................111

ELLIOTT MACHINE WORKS INC ................................66

NORAM ..........................................................................58

ALBAN CAT ....................................................................16

EOP ..............................................................................112

NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS ..........................94

ALEX LYON & SON INC

EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP ............................92

NORTRAX ......................................................................29

PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ....................................119

EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ..............................6

OPDYKE INC ..................................................................65

DALLAS TX 7/25 MIDLAND TX 7/26 ....................123

ERRICKSON EQUIPMENT INC ....................................48

PEMBERTON INC ........................................................108

ALBANY NY 08/04 KISSIMMEE FL 08/15 ............127

EXODUS MACHINES ....................................................79

PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ....................................5,75

NOVI MICHIGAN 08/07 ........................................128

ATLANTIC CITY NJ 08/11-12 ................................131

FEL-TECH ....................................................................107

PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ........................................90

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

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

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC

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

FLUID POWER ............................................................110

STAMFORD CT 07/19............................................122

ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ....................106

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

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

ALLU GROUP ................................................................47

GEHL SKID STEER ......................................................98

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

ASSET AUCTIONS (SRI) ............................................118

GEORGE & SWEDE SALES ....................................34,38

POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ................................78

BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ............................................83

GORILLA HAMMERS....................................................109

BARGAINS ....................................................................113

GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ............................94

BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ..............................44,111

GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ........................32

BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ..............................................19

GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE) ..................................45

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

H & K GROUP ................................................................48

BODINE MFG ..............................................................108

H & R PARTS ................................................................33

BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT C ..................42

HUNYADY AUCTION CO

CALEDONIA DIESEL LLC ............................................27

PRESTO PA 08/23 ................................................133

CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ..............................................34

HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ..........................108

CAT AUCTION SERVICES

IROCK CRUSHERS ......................................................92

CONSIGN TODAY UPCOMING AUCTION 8/8 ....129

IRON PLANET

CATERPILLAR ..............................................................43

ONLINE AUCTION 7/26 ........................................125

CATERPILLAR INC ......................................................35

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

CEG SCALE MODELS ................................................104

JOEL HEISEY AUCTIONEER

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

THOMASVILLE PA 07/28 ......................................126

CHENANGO TRUCK ....................................................65

JOHN DEERE ................................................................53

CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ................12,36,62

JOSEPH FINN CO INC

CHICAGO PNEUMATIC ................................................72

POWERSCREEN OF NEW ENGLAND ........................85 RANSOME CAT ................................................2,24,27,28 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY ............................94 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ................................136 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ..................................41 ROBERT H CLINTON CO BETHLEHEM PA 07/28..........................................126 ROGERS BROTHERS CORP ......................................66 RUDD EQUIPMENT CO ................................................27 SENNEBOGEN ..............................................................89 SOUTHERN TRACTOR SERVICE & SALVAGE ..........111 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ................................11 STU HARRIS ................................................................117 TEREX CRANES ............................................................55 TEREX FUCHS ..............................................................91 THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ..................110

QUINCY MA 08/15 ................................................133

TOWMASTER INC ........................................................67

CLASSIFIEDS ........................................................115,116

K W REESE INC ............................................................38

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

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ............................77

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..............102

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ..............................37

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ..........39,70,132

KLEEMAN ......................................................................97

TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ..................................28

CONTRACTORS SALES CO INC ................................17

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ....................................48,56

U S EQUIPMENT FINANCING ......................................36

COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC ......................36

KUBOTA ..........................................................................57

UTILITY AUCTIONS INC

CREAN EQUIPMENT ..................................................111

KUBOTA SVL ..................................................................99

WILMINGTON DE 08/24........................................133

DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT ..................12

LIFTECH EQUIPMENT CO INC ....................................42

VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ......................................34

DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC ....................................24

MCCLOSKEY INTERNATIONAL ..................................84

VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA ................68

DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ................................50

MEDICO INDUSTRIES INC ..........................................41

WALSH EQUIPMENT ....................................................47

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..................................101

MESSICK’S ....................................................................41

WANTED........................................................................117

DYNAPAC ......................................................................54

METSO MINERALS CRUSHING ..................................81

WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ..................................16

EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS ........................................60

METSO MINERALS SCREENING ................................73

WHITNEY & SON INC ..............................................86,88

EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ........12,112,135

MONROE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO INC..............87

WILSON FINLEY ..........................................................111

EASTERN PROCESSING EQUIPMENT ......................93

MUNICIBID.COM ..........................................................122

WOODS CRW CORP ..............................................20,112

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