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Full Impact of Gulf Oil Spill Still Uncertain

A Francis J. Palo crew sets a beam on the northbound lane, using their Manitowoc 100-ton (90.7 t) crane.

By Giles Lambertson

Groff Purchases Cambria Tractor…8

Mass. Firm Shares Recipe for Success…40

CEG CORRESPONDENT

New Bridge in Punxsutawney, Pa., Ensures Smoother Travels By Jennifer Rupp

CEG CORRESPONDENT

N.Y. Scrap Yard Crushes the Competition…67

Table of Contents ........4 Truck & Trailer Section .. ..............................59-63 Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section 67-90 Parts Section ....104-105 Business Calendar....118 Auction Section112-128 Advertisers Index ....126

If Punxsutawney Phil can’t see his shadow next year, he can always go stand in the shade of the new Mahoning Creek Bridge. The Punxsutawney Borough in Pennsylvania will soon be accessible via a smoother and safer bridge over the Mahoning Creek. The current 200-ft. (61 m) bridge which carries U.S. 119 over the creek is being replaced with a 220-ft. (67 m)

three-lane, two-span composite steel multi-girder bridge. The $5.3 million project is located between SR 3017 (Indiana Street) and Church Street in Punxsutawney Borough, Jefferson County. The PennDOT (Pennsylvania Department of Transportation) project includes bridge replacement, approach work and additional paving extending to downtown Punxsutawney. Work began in March 2010 and is anticipated to be

The blowout of the Deepwater Horizon oil well in April has been a slow-motion disaster for Gulf states, with the agony measured in economic uncertainty as well as in real-and-present environmental injury. Construction contractors are among the residents of states bordering the Gulf of Mexico who are still assimilating what it all means. There is not yet general agreement whether the spill, now capped, will end up hurting the industry a little, a lot, or not at all. In truth, the immediate impact on builders is mostly positive. That’s because manmade and natural disasters always spur clean-up activity, which nearly always means building industry job creation in the short term. After Hurricane Katrina smashed Louisiana and Mississippi in 2005, debris removal and then reconstruction of vast stretches of those states were a tremendous boon to contractors. One of the differences between that catastrophe and this one is that most of the oil spillage is affecting Gulf waters and coastal areas. While some sand berm-building and coastal dredging work suddenly has been needed, the bulk of the manpower

see BRIDGE page 32

see SPILL page 14

Stimulus Transportation Investments a Bright Spot The highway investments in the stimulus law have been a bright spot for a transportation construction industry hard hit by recessioninduced cutbacks in state programs and decline in private sector work. But continued uncertainty about passage of a multi-year surface transportation reauthorization bill

is hindering chances for a sustained economic recovery. That was the thrust of the message delivered by Kevin Gannon, vice president of Appleton, Wis.based Northeast Asphalt Inc., at a July 27 House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee hearing on implementation of the

American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA). Gannon, a director on the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) board, told the committee that recovery act-funded projects his company is working on have not wholly offset the 50 percent drop in

private sector work in recent years. He said, however, that ARRA projects have allowed them to hang on to the firm’s existing workforce. Gannon noted that as of July 16, more than 11,000 highway and bridge projects under the recovery act had moved to the construction see ARTBA page 104


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2007 Cat 938G II Stk#: UP20074, S/N: CRD02494, 2307 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, forks, limited slip differential, QC, ride control $135,000

1998 CAT 990, S/N: 4FR00308, Stk #: UP20035, CAT Certified Powertrain Rebuild $CALL

2004 CAT D8R II WDA Stk#: UT10078, S/N: 6YZ01964, 6130 Hours, cab, AC, Caron SU blade, diff steer, Caron pads, pins & bushings turned & new sprocket segments, minor blade repairs. . .$279,000 SOLD

OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCK

2003 CAT CB534D, S/N: FGH00176, Stk#: UT10139, 1108 hrs, ROPS, COCOA Mats, Roading Lights, Off-Set Hitch, Drum Covers ..............................................................$55,000 SOLD

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EXCAVATOR - CRAWLER

2006 CAT 953C, S/N: BBX02600, Stk #: UT10083, 3577 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, serviced every 250 hours ..............$79,000 2006 CAT 953C, S/N: BBX02603, Stk #: 96098, 1,004 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, like new machine, U/C about 90%....$CALL

2006 CAT 303.5C CR, S/N: DMY00553, Stk #: UT10044, 698 hours, cab, air, long stick 5'10", blade, rubber pads, hammer lines ..............................................................................$39,900 2005 CAT 330CL, S/N: DKY03490, Stk #92777, 2366 hrs, 77,000 lbs, 12' 6" stick, 34" pads, 36" bkt ..................$159,000 2003 CAT 345BL, S/N: AGS01717, Stk #92774, 4941 hrs, 100,000#, 11' stick, 36" pads, 60" bkt, pin grabber ....$165,000 2006 CAT 365CL, S/N: MCS00331, Stk #HR3179, 2121 hours, 145,450#, 25' 7" Boom, 13' 7" Stick, 60" bucket, 36" Track Pad Width ..........................................................................$495,000

BACKHOE LOADER 2006 CAT 420EIT, S/N: KMW00157, Stk#: UP20087 CAB, AC, MP BKT, Forks, 24"Rear BKT, Ride Control....................$72,500

COMPACTION EQUIPMENT - SMOOTH DRUM

DOZER - CRAWLER 2005 CAT D6R XL II, S/N: AAX01075, Stk #: 92811, 4551 hours, AC, SU Blade, New UC, New Injectors, New Equalizer Bar, Ripper Valve ........................................................$139,000 2004 CAT D6RIIXL, S/N: AAX00874, Stk #: UP20086, 2601 Hrs, Cab, A/C, 6SU-Blade, 24” Track, Wired/Plumbed for Trimble GPS ................................................................$145,000 2004 CAT D8R II, S/N: 6YZ01580, Stk #: 92739, 4413 hrs, cab, air, 3rd valve, SS ripper ..............................................$369,300

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air, liners, 23.5 R 0 25 XADN Tires at about 50 % ......$269,000 2004 CAT 735, S/N: AWR00715, Stk #92703, 4035 hours, cab, AC, liners ....................................................................$249,000 2006 CAT 740, S/N: B1P01461, Stk#: UX30002, 3675 hrs, Liner, Steel Bed, Tailgate, CAB, AC ..............................$305,000

WHEEL LOADER 2006 CAT 904B, S/N: B4L00355, Stk#: URR0075, 4080 hrs, CAB, AC, 12-16.5 10 PLY Tires......................................$29,000 2005 CAT 928GZ, S/N: DJD001847, Stk #: UP20034, 2900 Hrs, Cab, A/C, GP Bkt, 82% Life Remaining on Tires............$87,300 2007 CAT 938G II, Stk#: UP20074, S/N: CRD02494, 2307 hours, cab, air, GP bucket, forks, QC, ride control..................$135,000 2006 CAT 950GII, S/N BAA01037, Stk# UP20079, 6525 hrs, CAB, AC, Ride Ctrl, 3rd Valve, GP Bucket, Auto Shift, CTWT .... ....................................................................................$119,000 2007 CAT 950H, S/N K5K00929, Stk# UP20078, 3319 hrs, CAB, AC, Forks, GP BKT, Auto Shift, CTWT..........................$169,000

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2005 CAT 735, S/N: AWR00825, Stk #92704, 3738 hrs, cab,

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ASPHALT / PAVING / CONCRETE EQUIPMENT

1996 WIRTGEN 2100DC, S/N 3.21.259, 300 HRS, 79” DRUM W/ HT3 TOOTH HOLDERS; MERCEDES 600 HP DIESEL ENGINE; DUAL GRADE & SLOPE CONTROLS. COMPLETE REBUILD .... ..........................................................................................................PRICE REDUCED $275,000

CRAWLER DOZERS

2006 KOMATSU PC400LC-7L S/N A86772, 2,756 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 11’1” ARM; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 54” BUCKET....................$195,000

2006 KOMATSU D31PX-21A, S/N 51070, 480 HRS, 24” TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 10’6” BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ............................................................................................$60,000 2006 KOMATSU D31PX-21A, S/N 51021, 107 HRS, 24” TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 10’6” BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ............................................................................................$65,000 2005 KOMATSU D31PX-21A, S/N 50683, 609 HRS, 24" TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 10'6" BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ............................................................................................$55,000 2006 KOMATSU D37EX-21A S/N 5721, 540 HRS, 16" TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 9' BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ......................................................................................................$57,500 2006 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1941, 544 HRS, KOMSTAT II; 20" TRACKS; 9' BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB WITH A/C ..............................................................................................$75,000 2007 KOMATSU D61EX-15E0, S/N B45024, 598 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 24” TRACKS; 6-WAY BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB WITH HEA-DEF-A/C ....................................$160,000 2005 KOMATSU D61PX-15, S/N B40114, 709 HRS, 34” TRACKS; 6-WAY BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB W/ HEA-DEF-A/C; 100% CERT. REBUILD AT 3,965 HRS........................................$125,000 2005 KOMATSU D65EX-15, S/N 67617, 1,682 HRS, 26” TRACKS; SEMI-U TILT DOZER; ADDED CWT; ENCLOSED CAB W/ HEA-DEF-A/C, NEW OEM PAINT-JOB @ 1,682 HRS ............$148,500 2005 KOMATSU D65PX-15, S/N 67683, 4,972 HRS, 36” AR TRACKS; POWER PITCH & TILT BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB W/ HEA-DEF-A/C; PIN & BUSHING TURN @ 4806 HRS ........$135,000

CRAWLER EXCAVATORS

1996 WIRTGEN 2100DC S/N 3.21.259, 300 HRS, 79” DRUM W/ HT3 TOOTH HOLDERS; MERCEDES 600 HP DIESEL ENGINE; DUAL GRADE & SLOPE CONTROLS. COMPLETE REBUILD .......... ................................................PRICE REDUCED $275,000

2006 KOMATSU D31PX-21A S/N 51070, 480 HRS, 24” TRACKS; KOMSTAT II; 10’6” BLADE; OPEN ROPS; ROPS HEATER ....................$60,000

2006 KOMATSU PC138US LC-2, S/N 1904, 2,873 HRS, 24” ROADLINER PADS; 8’2” ARM; HYDRAULIC HAMMER KIT; BLADE; HYDRAULIC GEITH THUMB; ESCO 36” BUCKET....$95,000 2007 KOMATSU PC200 HD-8, S/N A88277, 639 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 28” TRACKS; A/C; HD 9’7” ARM; HKX HAMMER/THUMB COMBO KIT; HAMMER AUTO LUBE WINDOW GUARD; JRB SLIDE-LOC; PSM PROGRESSIVE LINK HYD THUMB; ESCO 42” BUCKET .... ......................................................................................................................................$139,500 2006 KOMATSU PC220 LC-8, S/N A88066, 1,289 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 32” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; PATTERN CONTROL CHANGE VALVE. JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 48” BUCKET ....................................................................................$149,500 2000 KOMATSU PC228US LC-2, S/N 15511, 9,280 HRS, 28” TRACKS; 9’6” ARM; ESCO 42” BUCKET; NEW TRACK LINK ASSEMBLIES; CYLINDERS REPACKED; SERVICED & PAINTED...... ........................................................................................................................................$81,200 2000 KOMATSU PC228US LC-2, S/N 15317, 10,790 HRS, 32” TRACKS; 9’6” ARM; A/C; PARTIAL ENGINE REBUILD; FRONT END REPINNED & BUSHED; NEW HYD PUMP. CYLINDERS REBUILT; NEW UC; HKX HAMMER KIT W/ AUTO-LUBE ................................................$129,400 2007 KOMATSU PC228US LC-3E0, S/N 40209, 4,034 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 32” TRACKS; 9’6” ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; PATTERN CHANGE VALVE; ESCO 30” BUCKET ........................................................................................................$125,000 1999 KOMATSU PC270 LC-6, S/N A83064, 7,203 HRS, 24" TRACKS; 10' HD ARM W/ PIPING; HYD CONTROL UNIT; ESCO 48" DIPPER; SERVICED & PAINTED ................................$110,000 2005 KOMATSU PC270 LC-7L, S/N A86254, 2,017 HRS, 32” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC ..................................................................................$140,000 2007 KOMATSU PC270 LC-8, S/N A87090, 2,381 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 3; 32” TRACKS; A/C; PATTERN CHANGE VALVE; YOUNG 60’ LONG FRONT; 60” BUCKET ......$225,000 2007 KOMATSU PC300 LC-7E0, S/N A88848, 966 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 34” TRACKS; A/C; 10’6” ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; JRB SLIDE-LOC. ESCO 54” BUCKET $185,000 2006 KOMATSU PC308US LC-3, S/N 20340, 3,210 HRS, 34” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 30” BUCKET ..................................................$160,000 2006 KOMATSU PC308US LC-3, S/N 20357, 2,999 HRS, 34” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; HKX HAMMER KIT; AUTOLUBE SYSTEM; HENSLEY 30” BUCKET ............$160,000 2007 KOMATSU PC308US LC-3E0, S/N 30009, 2,577 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 34” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; A/C; HKX HAMMER KIT; JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 30” BUCKET ......$185,000 2007 KOMATSU PC308US LC-3E0, S/N 30033, 2,329 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; 34” TRACKS; 10’ ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; ESCO 30” BUCKET ..............................$185,000 2001 KOMATSU PC400 LC-6, S/N A84212, 1,131 HRS, 36” TRACKS, 11’1” ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; NEW LINK ASSY. HR METER INSTALLED AT 7,160 HRS; TRAMAC V56 HAMMER ................................................................................................$138,500 2000 KOMATSU PC400 LC-6, S/N A84122, 11,858 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 13’2” ARM; A/C; NEW MAIN CONTROL VALVE; ESCO 48” BUCKET; REPAINTED ..............................................$79,500 2001 KOMATSU PC400 LC-6, S/N A85043, 16 HRS, 36” TRACKS; ACTIVE MODE; A/C; 11’1” ARM; GEITH 36” BUCKET; COMPLETE CERTIFIED REBUILD ........................................$175,000 2007 KOMATSU PC400 LC-7E, S/N A87667, 2,011 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2+; HD MACHINE W/ VARIABLE GUAGE; 36” TRACKS; A/C; 11’1” ARM; HYD CONTROL UNIT; JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 30” BUCKET ....................................................................................$225,000 2004 KOMATSU PC400 LC-7L, S/N A86203, 3,283 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 11’1” ARM; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 60” BUCKET ....................................................................................$185,000 2005 KOMATSU PC400 LC-7L, S/N A86361, 6,521 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 11’1” ARM W/PIPING; HKX HYD CONTROL UNIT; A/C; ESCO 54” BUCKET ......................................................$175,000 2006 KOMATSU PC400 LC-7L, S/N A86772, 2,756 HRS, 36” TRACKS; 11’1” ARM; A/C; JRB SLIDE-LOC; ESCO 54” BUCKET ....................................................................................$195,000 2006 KOMATSU PC600 LC-8, S/N 30028, 3,882 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; 36” TRACKS; A/C; 14’ ARM; KOMTRAX 2+; 68” ESCO BUCKET #RH91462 ....................................................$275,000 1997 KOMATSU PC750 LC-6, S/N 10095, 14,103 HRS, 44” TRACKS; 14’6” PIERCE PACIFIC ARM; A/C..........................................................................................................................$75,000

EXCAVATOR - MINI (UP TO 12,000 LBS)

2007 KOMATSU PC35MR-2, S/N 10216, 760 HRS, 12” ROAD LINER PADS; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; 5’9” ARM W/PIPING; 4 WAY POWER ANGLE BLADE. WERK-BRAU HYD THUMB W/PIPING; 4 WAY POWER ANGLE BLADE; WERK-BRAU 24” BUCKET..............$40,000

OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCKS

2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1174, 3,470 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 23.5 X R25 TIRES; A/C; AUTO-LUBE SYSTEM; BODY HEATER; TAILGATE; QUALCOM SYSTEM ......................$195,000 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1312, 2,060 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 23.5 X R25 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE; QUALCOM SYSTEM ........$235,000 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1310, 2,356 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 23.5 X R25 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE; QUALCOM SYSTEM ........$235,000 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1208, 2,266 HRS, GOODYEAR 23.5 RL-2 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; RETARDER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE ................................$210,000 2005 KOMATSU HM300-1, S/N 1177, 2,307 HRS, GOODYEAR 23.5 RL-2 TIRES; A/C; BODY HEATER; RETARDER; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE ................................$215,000 2005 KOMATSU HM350-1, S/N 1081, 2,371 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 26.5 X 25 RADIAL TIRES; BODY HEATER; AUTO LUBE SYSTEM INSTALLED; QUALCOMM SYSTEM. TAILGATE..$245,000 2005 KOMATSU HM400-1, S/N A10022, 2,808 HRS, MICHELIN 26.5 X 25 RADIAL TIRES; BODY HEATER; A/C; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE. QUALCOM SYSTEM $275,000 2005 KOMATSU HM400-1, S/N 1230, 2,517 HRS, BRIDGESTONE 29.5 X 25 RADIAL TIRES; A/C; LINCOLN AUTO LUBE SYSTEM; TAILGATE; QUALCOM SYSTEM ..........................$295,000

1997 KOMATSU PC750 LC-6 S/N 10095, 14,103 HRS, 44” TRACKS; 14’6” PIERCE PACIFIC ARM; A/C ................................................$75,000

SCRAP PROCESSING / DEMOLITION EQUIPMENT

2008 SENNEBOGEN 850M, S/N 850.0.285, 9 HRS, MAGNET SYSTEM W/25KW BALDOUR GENERATOR; 57’9” REACH; MAGNET LINK; FRONT WINDOW GUARD; ADDITIONAL LIGHTS .. ......................................................................................................................................$695,500

SKID STEERS

2007 ASV POSI-TRACK SR70, S/N SSB00558, 421 HRS, 15” RUBBER TRACKS; MP1 PACKAGE; ENCLOSED CAB; A/C; HEATER; HYD QUICK COUPLER; 67” BUCKET; I-R Q/D FORKS (LOOSE) ..........................................................................................................................$46,500 2007 ASV POSI-TRACK SR70, S/N SSB00557, 196 HRS, 15” RUBBER TRACKS; MP1 PACKAGE; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER; 67” BUCKET. 8” JRB SNOW PUSHER; ASV BUCKET ........................................................................................$47,500 2007 ASV POSI-TRACK SR80, S/N SEB00957, 320 HRS, 20” RUBBER TRACKS; MP1 PACKAGE; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; WIPER KIT; BACK UP ALARM; 72” BUCKET ..$47,500 2009 ASV PT30, S/N PTA03860, 77 HRS, 11” RUBBER TRACKS; OPEN ROPS; BACK-UP ALARM; UNIVERSAL MOUNT ADAPTER (LOOSE); 48” 0.25CY QDGP BUCKET..............$25,000 2009 ASV PT70, S/N PTH00667, 45 HRS, 15” RUBBER TRACKS; ENCLOSED CAB; A/C; HEATER; WIPER KIT: BACK-UP ALARM; HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER. 74” BUCKET W/ RUBBER EDGE ........................................................................................................................$55,400 2009 ASV PT80, S/N PTI01318, 21 HRS, 20” RUBBER TRACKS; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; WIPER KIT; BACK UP ALARM; HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER. 72” BUCKET ..........$60,000 2009 ASV PT80, S/N PTI01319, 9 HRS, 20” RUBBER TRACKS; ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER & A/C; WIPER KIT; BACK UP ALARM; HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER. 72” BUCKET ..........$60,000

WHEEL LOADERS

2007 KOMATSU WA320-5L, S/N A33025, 3,630 HRS, MICHELIN 20.5X25 XHAT TIRES; A/C; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; ECSS RIDE CONTROL; JRB COUPLER. Q/D S/D BUCKET & QD FORKS..............................................................................................................................$90,000 2007 KOMATSU WA320-5L, S/N A33076, 4,461 HRS, MICHELIN 20.5X25 XHAT TIRES; A/C; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; ECSS RIDE CONTROL; JRB COUPLER. S/D BUCKET & QD FORKS .. ........................................................................................................................................$85,000 2007 KOMATSU WA320-5L, S/N A33108, 2,660 HRS, MICHELIN 20.5X25 XHAT TIRES; A/C; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; ECSS RIDE CONTROL; JRB COUPLER. Q/D S/D BUCKET & QD FORKS..............................................................................................................................$95,000 2006 KOMATSU WA320-5L, S/N A32603, 3,021 HRS, MICHELIN 20.5X25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER & S/D BUCKET; QD FORKS ............................$95,000 2005 KOMATSU WA380-5L, S/N A52668, 5,228 HRS, MICHELIN 23.5XR25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER & S/D BUCKET; QD FORKS, NEW PAINT ....$123,400 2006 KOMATSU WA380-6, S/N A53081, 2,010 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2; MICHELIN 23.5 X R25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER. JRB Q/D 4 CY G/P BUCKET; NEW OEM PAINT ............................................................................................$182,000 2006 KOMATSU WA380-6, S/N 65029, 2,002 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2; MICHELIN 23.5 X R25 XHAT TIRES; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; A/C; JRB COUPLER. Q/D 4 CY G/P BUCKET ......................................................................................................................................$150,000 2007 KOMATSU WA380-6, S/N A53176, 4,108 HRS, TIER 3 ENGINE; KOMTRAX 2-; MICHELIN 23.5 X R25 XHAT TIRES; A/C; 3RD VALVE; ADDED CWT; JRB COUPLER. 4 CY S/D BUCKET & Q/D FORKS ....................................................................................................................$130,000

ATTACHMENTS FOR SALE

2008 SENNEBOGEN 850M S/N 850.0.285, 9 HRS, MAGNET SYSTEM W/25KW BALDOUR GENERATOR; 57’9” REACH; MAGNET LINK; FRONT WINDOW GUARD; ADDITIONAL LIGHTS .............. ..........................................................................$695,500

2006 KOMATSU D39EX-21A S/N 1941, 544 HRS, KOMSTAT II; 20” TRACKS; 9’ BLADE; ENCLOSED CAB WITH A/C ......................$75,000

Contact: Gerry Yarka 800-562-0012 gyarka@bindermachinery.com

LABOUNTY HDR100QC GRAPPLE ......$27,300

INDECO HP16000

ESCO PC250 36”

JRB KB3926C11

HAMMER WITH BRACKET FOR PC750 MACHINE ..........................................$75,000

#RH92942, 1.43 CY ............................$7,800

S/N H50175, GP BUCKET, FITS A KOMATSU WA653, QDGP 1.18 CY W/ CUTTING EDGE........$1,250

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NORTHEAST EDITION Circulated Throughout

IN THIS ISSUE 74

67 8 18 8

24 28 32

24 40

40 67

SPECIAL SECTION… RECYCLING, CRUSHING AND SCREENING

Be sure to check out this special section! Keep up to date with the latest information on recycling, crushing and screening.

FEATURES… GROFF TRACTOR ACQUIRES LONG-PLANNED EDENSBURG FACILITY

This acquisition has been many years in the making as it was part of Groff Tractor’s original vision when it acquired territory and opened branches in western Pa. in 1998.

COMMERCE DEPT. SAYS JUNE CONSTRUCTION UP 0.1 PERCENT

Economists are worried that growth will slow even more in the second half of this year as still high unemployment restrains consumer spending and the impact of the government’s massive stimulus programs fade.

NATIONAL PIKE STEAM, GAS & HORSE ASSOCIATION HOLDS 30TH ANNUAL SHOW

Widely known as the “Largest Digging Show in the USA,” the show features two operating steam shovels, operating track type tractors, graders, scrapers, bulldozers and other vintage machines.

COPPER, INDUSTRIAL METALS RISE ON STRONG CHINESE DEMAND

Copper producer Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. said July 21 that global copper demand was robust despite the bumpy economic recovery.

OSHA ISSUES NEW RULE ADDRESSING CRANES, DERRICKS

The new rule is designed to prevent the leading causes of fatalities, including electrocution, crushed-by/struck-by hazards during assembly/disassembly, collapse and overturn.

MASS. BUSINESS SHARES ITS RECIPE FOR RENTAL SUCCESS

From the start, Craig Sessions, owner of West County Equipment Rentals put to work his concept of using the machines as 3D billboards.

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Groff Tractor Acquires Long-Planned Ebensburg Facility On July 30, Groff Tractor & Equipment Inc. purchased the assets of Cambria Tractor in Ebensburg, Pa. Groff’s newest location will be known as the Ebensburg location and is located at 4355 Admiral Peary Highway, Ebensburg, Pa. This acquisition has been many years in the making as it was part of Groff Tractor’s original vision when it acquired territory and opened branches in western Pa. in 1998. “The Ebensburg location and territory is the missing piece of the puzzle that Groff Tractor has been waiting for in order to complete our contiguous footprint in two-thirds of Pennsylvania,” said Mike Savastio, president, Groff Tractor. Customers of Cambria Tractor will see many familiar faces as Groff Tractor retained all of the previous employees who applied. In addition, at least two employees are transferring from the Bellefonte location. The acquisition “will give us the ability to provide better coverage for our customers, including an additional branch and employees with many years of experience in the construction equipment industry,” said to Katie Reed, director of human resources and marketing. “In fact, all of the employees hired from Cambria Tractor have worked in the industry for 15 to 30 years.” Positive Changes Ahead There are many positive changes that will benefit customers as a result of this acquisition, according to Groff. First, customers formerly working with Cambria Tractor will now have access to all of Groff Tractor’s inventory, product Groff’s newest location will be known as the Ebensburg location and is located at 4355 Admiral Peary Highway, lines and branches. Additional inventory allows for more in- Ebensburg, Pa. stock equipment for sale and rent, and substantially more in-stock parts inventory. It also will allow for additional service technicians, many of whom have specialized training in various product lines. With Ebensburg being only about an hour west of Bellefonte and east of New Stanton, Groff Tractor will have the ability to dispatch service technicians from other branches when needed. “Although we will bring the benefits of economies of scale to the Cambria Tractor customers, we want to assure them that we don’t have a cookie cutter approach to the operations of our company or branches. Our operational procedures vary to meet the needs of the customers in the area closest to each branch,” said Savastio. For more information, call 814/472-7300 or visit www.grofftractor.com. CEG (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG The Cambria Tractor acquisition brings the number of Groff Tractor locations to six across much of Pennsylvania.

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QUALITY USED EQUIPMENT • VALUE & PERFORMANCE ASSURED

1985 CAT 988B, S/N 50W7075, 52 Hrs, CAT Certified Power Train Rebuild, 11,420 Frame Hrs, 52 Hrs on PT............................$295,000

2007 CAT 963C, S/N BBD3113, 1157 Hours, AC, GP, 3V for MP Bkt or Ripper, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ........................$159,000 Air Compressor 2009 Sullair 1150XH, S/N: 2009012600; 26 Hrs; New Cond., Low Hrs, 900/1150 CFM Towable Air Compressor ........................................................................................$118,000 2008 Sullair 1150XH, S/N: 2008121900; 465 Hours; 1150 CFM Air Compressor 350 PSIG @ 1150CFM & 500 PSIG @ 900CFM ....................................................................$106,000 Asphalt / Paving / Concrete Equipment 2001 CAT AP-1055B, S/N: ABB363, 3466 Hrs, Screed 10-18’ ................................$95,000 1995 CAT WIRTGEN 2100DC, S/N: 3210177; Stk #: 3210177; 4,213 Hours; 84" drum, Poly pads,UC in good shape, Surface rust on many areas. Machine sold "as is,where is" ............ ..............................................................................................................................$125,000 Compaction Equipment - Padfoot 2006 CAT CP-563E, S/N: CNT1103, 797 Hrs, OROPS, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..$85,000 Compaction Equipment - Smooth Drum 2010 CAT CB34, S/N: 34500346, 30 Hrs, ROPS, Water Spray System, Beacon, Coco Mats ................................................................................................................................$52,000 2008 CAT CS56, S/N: FCS196, Stk #:KRCS196, 200 Hrs, Cab/Air ........................$145,000

2007 CAT 953C, S/N BBX3020, 624 Hours, AC, GP Bucket, 2 lever control. From Dealer's Rental Fleet ......................................$145,000

Compaction Equipment - Walk/Tow Behind 1999 RAMMAX RW1404, 258 Hours; 33" drum Rammax trench roller- ready to work ........ ..................................................................................................................................$4,800 Crawler Loader 2007 Cat 953C, S/N: BBX3020; 624 Hours; AC, GP Bucket, 2 lever control. From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ............................................................................................................$145,000 2007 Cat 963C, S/N: BBD3113, 1157 Hrs, AC, GP, 3V for MP Bkt or Ripper, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ............................................................................................................$159,000 Dozer - Crawler 2008 CAT D3K LGP, S/N: LLL437, 285 Hrs, OROPS, PAT, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet .......... ................................................................................................................................$79,000 1999 CAT D4C HST III, S/N: 6BS497, 3852 Hrs, Rebuilt Engine & Hystat Pumps @ 3552 Hrs, March 2007. U/C almost New, One Owner........................................................$22,000 2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N: MMM239, Stk #: VMMM239, 1137 Hrs, AC, PAT Blade, System One U/C ....................................................................................................................$99,000 2005 CAT D5G LGP, S/N: RKG1641, 1,886 Hrs, OROPS, PAT, From Dealer's Rental Fleet .... ................................................................................................................................$59,000 2007 CAT D5G XL, S/N: WGB3661; 1,015 Hrs; OROPS, Accugrade ready. From Dealer's Rental Fleet ..............................................................................................................$77,000 2006 CAT D6R DS XL III, GJB333; Stk #: KGJB333; 2,435 Hrs; DS,AC,6SU,70% UC System1..................................................................................................................$194,000 2007 CAT D6T LGP, S/N: KJL451; Stk #: KKJL451; 2,997 Hrs; AC, Contact Bob Kukulski for details. 732-261-8445 ......................................................................................$249,000 Forklift - Mast 2001 CAT GPL40, 1,591 Hrs; 9,000 lb, propane-powered ......................................$10,250

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

Forklift - Telescopic 2004 CAT TH560B, S/N: SLG445; 3,676 Hrs; Customer Consignment, Cab, AC, Stabilizers, Pallet Forks & Bucket, Sold "AS IS" ..........................................................................$55,000 2008 CAT TL943, 848 Hrs; 9,000 LB Telehandler, 43' High Reach 4WD Stabilizers .............. ................................................................................................................................$73,500 2007 Genie GTH644, S/N: 10521, 928 Hrs; 6,000 LB Telescopic Forklift, 44' Reach ............ ................................................................................................................................$36,500 2007 Genie GTH844, S/N: 10501, 577 Hrs; 8,000 LB Telescopic Forklift, 44' Reach ............ ................................................................................................................................$39,500 2007 Genie GTH1056, 955 Hrs, 4WD Drive Diesel, Cab w/Heat, 48” Pallet Forks, Foam Filled Tires, Outriggers..............................................................................................$60,000 Lift - Boom (4) 2006 GENIE S40, S/N 10229, 10184, 10171, 10225, Genie S40 Self Propelled Aerial Work Platform............................................................................................$27,000-$33,000 2007 GENIE Z34/22DC, S/N: 7327; 5 Hrs ................................................................$24,800 (3) 2006 GENIE Z45/25JRT, S/N 30136, 30129, 30136, Self Propelled Aerial Work Platform ....................................................................................................$31,000-$38,000 2007 GENIE Z60/34RT, S/N: 7625; 60' Articulating Boom Lift ................................$57,985

2008 CAT M322D MH, S/N W2T304, 2901 Hrs, Generator, Cab Riser, 22’4” Boom with Check Valve, 19’4” Drop Nose Stick, No Attachments ..$259,000

2006 CAT 735, S/N BIN503, 2,936 Hours; A/C, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ....................$249,000

Generator Sets 2001 CAT XQ60, 10,505 Hrs, Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..................................................................$15,000 2001 CAT XQ105, 5,200 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..................................................................$17,000 (2) 2000-2002 CAT XQ125, 7,265-9,120 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..............................$22,000 Ea. 1999 CAT XQ225, 11,400 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..................................................................$35,000 2005 CAT XQ400, 3,175 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..................................................................$80,000 2006 Multiquip DCA125USJ, S/N: 8500500; 2,535 Hrs; 110KW(137KVA) Ultra Silent Whisperwatt Generator ............................................................................................$21,500 Lift - Scissor 2006 GENIE GS1930, S/N 82133, 93 Hrs, GS1930 Self-Propelled Scissor Lift, 19 foot ........ ..................................................................................................................................$4,000 2006 GENIE GS1930, S/N 78537, 128 Hrs, GS1930 self-propelled scissor lift, 19 foot ........ ..................................................................................................................................$3,800 2007 GENIE GS2646, S/N 85785, 73 Hrs ..................................................................$6,950 (2) 2006 GENIE GS4390RT, S/N 43006, 43659, 43' RT Self Propelled Scissor Lift .............. ..........................................................................................................................$17,000 Ea. 2007 GENIE GS5390, S/N 44796 ............................................................................$47,000 Light Tower 2007 GENIE TML4000N, S/N 543; 716 Hrs; 4 1000 watt towable light tower with generator $3,985 Backhoe Loader 2006 CAT 420E IT, S/N: KMW650, Stk #: VKMW650, 2100 Hrs, Cab, Heat, Auxiliary Hydraulics, GP/24, Front Tires 80% Remaining, Rear Tires 50% ............................$68,000

2007 CAT D6T LGP, S/N: KJL451; Stk #: KKJL451; 2,997 Hours; AC ..............$249,000

Off-Highway Truck 2006 CAT 735, S/N: B1N503, 2936 Hrs, A/C, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..............$249,000 2006 CAT 735, S/N: B1N422, 3291 Hrs ................................................................$229,000 Other Equipment 2007 E3000 Ground Heater, S/N 02195, 2,200 Hrs; ground heater with onan generator...... ................................................................................................................................$40,500 (2) 2006 HX50 Ground Heaters, S/N 295, 368 ......................................................$600 Ea. (2) 2006 HX100 Ground Heaters, S/N 370, 466................................................$975-$1000 Scrap Processing/Demolition Equipment 2008 CAT M322D MH, S/N W2T304, 2,901 Hrs, Generator, Cab riser, 22'4" boom w/ check valve, 19'4" drop nose stick, no attach ..................................................................$259,000 Skid Steer 2008 CAT 226B II, S/N MJH12218, 116 Hrs, Cab, Heat, Manual CPL, GP, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ..............................................................................................................$34,000 (2) 2008 CAT 236B II, S/N HEN8070, HEN7724, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ....$35,000 Ea. (3) 2007 CAT 252B, S/N SCP4732, SCP3935, SCP3962, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ............ ..................................................................................................................$39,000-$41,000 (3) 2007 CAT 256C, S/N DWS298, DWS381, DWS299, From Dealer's Rental Fleet .............. ..................................................................................................................$39,900-$48,000 (2) 2005-2006 CAT 287B, S/N ZSA2982, ZSA1853 ..........................................$26,000 Ea. (2) 2007 CAT 297C, S/N GCP261, GCP300 ..................................................................CALL Trencher / Boring Machine / Cable Plow 1996 TESMEC 900SLO, S/N 9173; Stk #: 9173; 2,683 Hrs; Customer Consignment, Contact Earl Harrar 908-561-8005 WXT 508..........................................................$175,000 Wheel Loader 2002 CAT 924G, S/N 9SW1945; 2,634 Hours; AC, Good tires, GP bucket and forks ............ ................................................................................................................................$69,500 2009 CAT 938H, S/N MJC407; 3,529 Hrs; AC, 3V, Fusion Cpl, GP, New Tires, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ..............................................................................................$179,000 2008-2009 CAT 950H, S/N K5K2515, K5K1729 ....................................$205,000-$229,000 2006 CAT 966H, S/N A6D334; Stk #: KA6D334; 4,624 Hrs; AC, GP ......................$220,000 2007 CAT 972H, S/N A7D364; Stk #: KA7D364; 2,713 Hrs; AC ............................$270,000 2008 CAT 980H, S/N JMS4209; 1,967 Hrs; AC, Ride Control, 60% Tires Remaining, 7 CY GP Bucket ..............................................................................................................$359,000 1985 CAT 988B, S/N: 50W7075, Stk #: RB50W7075, 52 Hrs, Caterpillar Certified Power Train Rebuild, 11,420 Frame Hrs, 52 Hours on PT ................................................$295,000 2007 CAT 988H, S/N KBXY1234; 5,600 Hrs; High Lift, New tires & Bkt ................$510,000

2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N MMM239, 1,137 Hrs, A/C, PAT Blade, System One Undercarriage..... ..........................................................$99,000

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1995 CAT WIRTGEN 2100DC, S/N: 3210177; Stk #: 3210177; 4,213 Hours; 84" drum, Poly pads,UC in good shape, Surface rust on many areas. Machine sold "as is,where is" ................ ........................................................$125,000

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PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Serving Contractors, Municipalities, and Industry since 1912 Special pricing good through 08/31/10 – cash or approved financing Subject to prior sale – Rental purchase not available 2001 John Deere 310SG Backhoe, Unit# 27780, 1565 Hrs, Cab w/Interior Trim, Suspension Fabric Seat, Synchroshift M Fwd Axle, 12.5/8018’/19.5Lx24 Rear, Extendable Backhoe, Five Function Valve, Two Lever Controls, Less Auxiliary Plumbing, Std Stab w/Rev Feet, Ldr w/Rtd & 2 Func Hyd, 7645-1.30 Cu. Yd. Lng Lip Ldr Bkt, 1150 Lb Frt Counterweight, Two Batteries-300 Min Cap, Chrome Exhaust Extension, OPS STAT Roof w/Deluxe Light, Electric Ether Starting Aid, 95 AMP Charging System, Frt Windshield Washer ....$34,900

2000 John Deere 160LC Crawler Excavator, Unit# 25849, 600 MM Triple Semi-G Shoes, Aux. Lines on Boom/Arm ...... ............................................................................$34,900

2008 John Deere 313, Unit# 41460, No package, Tires 10x16.5 Hauler, Hyd Cir Std, 2" Seat Belt w/ shoulder strap, std foot controls, electric quick tach, backup alarm kit, cab enclosure w/ wiper kit, deluxe wire harness, heater w/ defroster kit, rear counterweight, suspension seat kit, horn, PT & Hyd secure expires 8/13/2010 or 2000 Hrs ..........$18,450

2008 John Deere 315, Unit# 41462, Tires 10x16.5 Hauler, Hyd. Cir Std, 2” Seat Belt w/Shoulderstrap, Standard Foot Controls, Electric Quick Tach, Backup Alarm Kit, Cab Enclosure with Wiper Kit, Deluxe Wire Harness, Heater with Defroster Kit, Rear Counterweight, Suspension Seat Kit, Horn, PT&HYD Secure Expires 9/8/2010 or 2000 Hrs. ....................$19,350

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Still Too Early to Evaluate Full Effect of Gulf Oil Spill SPILL from page 1

enrolled to contain the oil has been way offshore. The biggest economic blow so far has been to industries inextricably linked to the Gulf of Mexico waters — fishing, tourism and offshore drilling. Most operators of fishing boats and charters in Louisiana are now working for British Petroleum, containing oil or skimming oil from the water instead of throwing lines into it. State governors tried for awhile to stave off tourist cancellations by putting out brave calls for tourists to come on down. As for oil drillers, President Obama’s moratorium on offshore drilling remains a threat to close the doors on any number of drilling support companies in Louisiana and Mississippi. A judge initially halted the ban, ruling it regulatory overkill, but the administration promptly issued a second moratorium and hopes its language passes judicial muster. In response to the second ban, one company — Diamond Offshore — announced it was moving its drilling rig from the Gulf to waters off Egypt. If undersea boring in the Gulf is stopped by the administration for six months, hundreds of construction and machinery contractors for the industry — many of whom never leave dry land — will face hard times. An oil industry-sponsored report by the American Energy Alliance issued July 20 says the 6-month moratorium could cost the region more than 8,000 jobs – including construction contractors – and $2 billion in economic activity. “The moratorium could be more costly than the oil spill itself,” said the author of the report, Louisiana State University professor Joseph R. Mason. A Moody’s Analytics report issued the same week pegs the cost of the oil spill itself at 17,000 regional jobs lost and more than a billion dollars in economic growth sacrificed. Immediate Work Impact Is Positive For now, though, things are not so bad. “Work actually is getting busier,” said Anirban Basu, who is CEO of Baltimorebased Sage Policy Group and economist of Associated Builders and Contractors. “In the short term, any disaster is somewhat positive as a job producer.” Though Basu affirmed the linkage between disasters and work opportunities for construction companies, he, too, saw longterm instability in the industry as a consequence of the spill. State governments already are hard hit by the economy. They also are about to have the stimulus-funding spigot turned off. As oil spill-reduced tourism further depletes Gulf states’ revenues, state budgetary traumas will only worsen. What Basu finds most startling is the neg-

ative reaction of Gulf coast residents to the moratorium and the general response of government to the spill. The residents’ greatest concern clearly is that jobs are at stake. “It is fascinating, frankly, to see the level of outrage directed toward government about jobs,” Basu said. In June, Louisiana’s unemployment rate was 7 percent, up from 6.8 percent in May, but still much lower than the U.S. rate of 9.5. Construction employment in the state increased during the month but the jobless rate remains high. Brian Turmail, an Associated General Contractors spokesman in Washington, reported that members are anxious about the potential impact of the floating oil on Gulf contractors. Turmail said feedback from members in the region has been inconclusive, but worrisome. “Everyone is kind of nervous because of a public view that all the beaches are covered with oil,” Turmail said, which they are not. “If that fear shakes out to a multiyear concern and tourism is hurt, that will have real impact.” Any reduction in tourism will shrink government budgets and result in less money for school and infrastructure construction, he observed. “We haven’t seen the beginning of the impact, or are just seeing the beginning of it.” But not everyone shares his view. In Baton Rouge, Ken Naquin is not at all worried about job losses. The CEO of the Louisiana chapter of Associated General Contractors is confident that few if any jobs of AGC member companies are jeopardized by the Deepwater Horizon incident. “It’s pretty much business as usual,” Naquin said at the end of June. “The spill and the clean-up really won’t affect our highway, building and utility contractors.” This is partly because Louisiana contractors are still living off stimulus money. The state received $433 million in American Recovery & Reinvestment Act funds. About three-dozen stimulus-funded projects are under way or completed in the state, according to the American Road and Transportation Builders Association, and twice that many are scheduled to start soon. Louisiana’s highway projects are specifically funded by a state fuel tax dedicated to such work, Naquin said, and doesn’t see spill-related layoffs impairing those contracts. “We don’t anticipate any impact at all,” he said. Impact on Some Louisiana Contractors Part of Naquin’s confidence stems from the fact that Louisiana’s AGC chapter has no members working in the oilfield industry. Those contractors are represented by the Louisiana Oilfield Contractors Association (LOCA), which was formed 43 years ago when some road builders, oilfield service

contractors and drilling companies organized to repel attacks upon the industry by union activists. This story is told colorfully in the organization’s published history, wherein it notes that association organizers “are a tough and independent group of self-made individuals who will not be intimidated. LOCA was created by determined men to resolve tough problems… This proud tradition of facing the toughest challenges in the industry head on and overcoming them continues at the Louisiana Oilfield Contractors Association.” The BP oil spill may give the association a chance to add to its toughness tradition. If an offshore moratorium sticks, the impact of it on the Gulf oilfield industry is incalculable, industry observers believe. Dock work and levy construction, pipeline laying and right-of-way clearing, equipment supply and metal fabrication activities as well as on-land and offshore crew assignments would be cut back sharply. A Louisiana Oilfield Contractors Association executive was contacted for this article but did not respond. One Louisiana company already benefiting from the spill is The Shaw Group. The Baton Rouge-headquartered corporation made a name for itself as a disaster-response firm after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita when its construction division was awarded several contracts. It succeeded rather famously in pumping some 50 billion gallons of water out of New Orleans in 17 days, almost two months quicker than expected. Construction crews also temporarily repaired an estimated 1,200 roofs in 24 hours and built 30 temporary housing facilities for refugees of the storm. It subsequently was awarded the contract to erect a two-mile-long Inner Harbor Navigation Canal Surge Barrier to protect New Orleans from future Katrinas, and that work continues. In this disaster, the international firm was awarded a contract to construct more than 120 mi. (193.1 km) of temporary sand berms along coastal barrier islands to — it is hoped — stop the migration of oil into ecologically sensitive marsh areas. The work is being done from a fleet of scows and specialized dredging barges. “Our roots are firmly planted in this state,” Shaw CEO J.M. Bernhard Jr. said in a formal news release about the contract. “As with our Hurricane Katrina recovery work, Shaw has a deep personal interest in our state’s protection and recovery.” Shaw public affairs representatives declined comment for this article. Equipment Dealers Hold Their Breath Construction equipment dealers in the region are uncertain about how much misery the spill eventually will wash ashore. One of

the seven offices of Vermeer Midsouth Inc. is in Gulfport, Miss., and Midsouth president Dennis Vander Molen is keeping an eye on the drifting crisis. “We are still trying to figure out what opportunities for Midsouth there are in this mess. Most of the oil is still in the water and off Louisiana where we don’t have any [sales] jurisdiction,” Vander Molen said in late June. That day, the first oil reached mainland Mississippi, coming ashore in the area of Biloxi. The Vermeer Midsouth executive said he was aware of some funding available for cleanup work, which could include equipment rental or purchase. His dealerships carry such specialty equipment as mobile vacuum excavation systems and compact loaders, both of which might be useable in beach restoration work. “There are some marine grants or something being handed out to the county governments, but those funds are pretty limited,” Vander Molen said. “It is not going to have much of an impact in terms of what those people can buy.” Employment equipment to suck up the crude oil is more likely to occur in Mississippi than in Louisiana, if it happens at all, he added. “Using such equipment in Louisiana is problematic because so much of that coast is bayou and marsh land.” Vander Molen said the business community is not panicking as the oil begins to stain the coastline. “But there definitely is some fear.” Louisiana Machinery is a statewide Caterpillar dealer, with 21 locations. Three of its engine sales and service locations hug the coast. Among the dealership’s offerings are Caterpillar and MaK marine engines. The dealership notes on its Web site that its engine outlets offer “experience to service the needs of the offshore petroleum industry. Our highly trained field service technicians with offshore experience and passports enable our customers to receive specialized marine engine services whenever necessary and wherever they work, worldwide.” The impact of the spill on Louisiana Machinery was still being evaluated as July began. On the one hand, the spill obviously threatens oil-drilling work off Louisiana’s shore. On the other hand, it has augmented the fleet of motorized craft in the Gulf trying to corral the oil. The result is kind of a wash for some equipment suppliers. “We aren’t feeling anything yet,” said Sarah Paola, marketing manager. The mostly unstated hope of construction companies and suppliers across the region is that the feeling continues. CEG


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2007 KOMATSU PC160LC-7EO, STK# E02951, S/N K45064, 16’11” BOOM, 8’7” ARM, 24” GROUSER, TRK FRAME U/C, P/C VALVE, 36” BKT. W/TEETH, CALL PINE BUSH!........................................$90,000

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2006 KOMATSU PC220LC-8, STK # E04116CR, S/N 70160, 2218 HOURS, 11'6" ARM, 28" GROUSER, 42" BUCKET, CALL EAST PBE! ................$114,500 2002 KOMATSU PC228USLC-3, STK # E02641X, S/N 20922, 18’8” BOOM, 9’6” ARM, 42” BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................................$50,000 2007 KOMATSU PC300LC-7, STK# E01326C, S/N A86681, A/C, 2333 HRS, 33" PADS, 42" ESCO BUCKET, H.D. FRAME GUARD W/CATWALK, CALL EAST PBE! ....................................................................................REDUCED $144,000 2007 KOMATSU PC400LC-7, STK # E02859CR, S/N A87682, 2211 HOURS, STD. BOOM, 11’1” ARM, 31.5” TRACKS, NO BUCKET, KOMTRAX, CALL EAST PBE! ......................................................................................................$209,000 YANMAR B50, STK # E04347, S/N 00356, MINI EXCAVATOR W/STEEL TRACKS, CALL PINE BUSH! ..................................................................$14,500 TELESCOPIC BOOM LIFT 1999 GROVE AMZ50XT, STK# J04288X, S/N M48623, ALL WHEEL DRIVE, COMBINATION PROPANE-GASOLINE, CALL PINE BUSH! ....................$12,000 ROLLERS 2007 BOMAG BW177D-40, STK# R2423C, 3 HOURS, 66” DRUM, ROPSFOPS CALL EAST PBE!.......................................................................... $75,000 BROS SPV627VA, STK# R04003, S/N 0137, 605 HOURS, 84" SINGLE DRUM VIBRATORY ROLLER, CANOPY, CALL PINE BUSH! ................................$10,50 2004 HYPAC C830C ROLLER, STK# R1939C, S/N 531030, 1165 HRS, 66" DRUM, CAB W/HEAT, CALL EAST PBE! ..............$42,0000 CRAWLER DOZERS 2003 CASE 850K, STK # D03536, S/N JJG0296716, NARROW GAUGE DOZER, 104” BLADE, CAB W/HEAT, A/C, CAB REAR SCREEN, CALL PINE BUSH!....................................................................................REDUCED $51,000 1997 KOMATSU D65EX-12, STK # D03650X, S/N 61881, DOZER WITH FULL CAB, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$57,500

2003 KOMATSU D155AX-5, STK# D01598C, 6699 HRS, CAB, A/C, SEMI U, TRASH RACK WASTE PACKAGE, VERY GOOD UNDERCARRIAGE, CALL EAST PBE! ......................................................................................................$156,000 HAUL TRUCKS 2006 KOMATSU HM300-2, STK # H02876, S/N 2009, HAUL TRUCK, 21.7 CU. YD. BODY, SCISSOR TAIL GATE, CALL PINE BUSH! ........REDUCED $199,000 LOADER BACKHOES 1990 FORD 545C, STK# B04411, S/N PA413885, 642+ HOURS, 4 WHEEL DRIVE, CAB W/FORD BACKHOE & FRONT LOADER, CALL PINE BUSH!$6,500 2003 KUBOTA B21TLB, STK# T04061, S/N 61674, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOE, CALL PINE BUSH! ................................................................$14,500 2007 KUBOTA B26, STK # B03235, S/N # 50324, 347 HOURS, LOADER BACKHOE W/HYD. THUMB, 3RD AUX. HYDRAULICS, 18” AND 66” BUCKETS, FRONT AND REAR WORKLIGHTS, FLIP PADS, CALL PINE BUSH! ......$29,900 WHEEL LOADERS 1984 FORD A64, STK # W04409, S/N RSO2938, ARTICULATED WHEEL LOADER, CAB BUCKET W/BOLT ON EDGE, CALL PINE BUSH! ............$12,500 1998 KOMATSU WA250-3L, STK # W04416X, S/N 53090, 5094 HOURS, FULL CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, AUX. HYD., CALL PINE BUSH! ..........$45,000 2001 KOMATSU WA380-3, STK# W02389CX, 9200 HRS, CAB, THIRD VALVE, FACTORY AUTO LUBE, NEW TIRES, 4.25 YD BKT, WELL MAINTAINED CALL EAST PBE! ..............................................................................................$80,300 2005 KOMATSU WA380-5, STK # W04115C, S/N A52658, 6000 HOURS, A/C, ECSS, 4.3 CU. YD. BUCKET, CALL EAST PBE! ......................................$88,000 2001 KOMATSU WA450-3MC, STK# W02330X, 10913 HRS, SOLID TIRES, 5 YD GP BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ......................................................$78,900

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JOHN DEERE 110T, 2006, Stk# 38876, 624 HRS................................................................................$30,000 JOHN DEERE 310G, 2007, Stk# 604846, 930 HRS ............................................................................$56,000 JOHN DEERE 310J, 2008, Stk# 638256, 4 HRS..................................................................................$69,500 JOHN DEERE 310J, 2009, Stk# 672168, 512 HRS..............................................................................$69,000 JOHN DEERE 310SE, 1998, Stk# 842437A1, 6703 HRS ....................................................................$26,000 JOHN DEERE 310SG, 2002, Stk# 907024A1, 3646 HRS....................................................................$36,000 JOHN DEERE 310SG, 2005, Stk# 949558A1, 452 HRS......................................................................$39,500 JOHN DEERE 310SJ, 2007, Stk# 622925, 1322 HRS ........................................................................$60,000 JOHN DEERE 310SJ, 2007, Stk# 623582, 1125 HRS ........................................................................$59,000 JOHN DEERE 310SJ, 2008, Stk# 650276, 986 HRS ..........................................................................$65,000 JOHN DEERE 310SJ, 2008, Stk# 660246, 1065 HRS ........................................................................$69,000 JOHN DEERE 310SJ, 2009, Stk# 672169, 801 HRS ..........................................................................$79,000 JOHN DEERE 310SJ, 2008, Stk# 157704, 1859 HRS ........................................................................$62,000 JOHN DEERE 410J, 2008, Stk# 160005, 1186 HRS ..........................................................................$65,000 JOHN DEERE 410J, 2009, Stk# 172515A1, 2 HRS ............................................................................$69,900 JOHN DEERE 410J TMC, 2007, Stk# 614483, 778 HRS ....................................................................$79,900 NEW HOLLAND LB90B, 2004, Stk# 050629A1, 2462 HRS ..............................................................$28,500

! COMPACT TRACK LOADERS

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! COMPACTORS

BOMAG 120AD, 2008, Stk# 6650A, 448 HRS......................................................................................$27,000 BOMAG 120AD, 2008, Stk# 7113A, 613 HRS......................................................................................$25,000 BOMAG 138, 2008, Stk# 7113D, 296 HRS ..........................................................................................$44,500 BOMAG 145D-3, 2005, Stk# 6658C, 884 HRS ....................................................................................$32,000 BOMAG 145D-3, 2007, Stk# 7091D, 272 HRS ....................................................................................$49,000 BOMAG 145D-3, 2007, Stk# 7091E, 384 HRS ....................................................................................$45,000 BOMAG 177, 2007, Stk# 7091F, 455 HRS............................................................................................$65,000 BOMAG 177D-3, 2003, Stk# 061499A2, 1052 HRS............................................................................$36,000 BOMAG 211D-40, 2008, Stk# 7133J, 408 HRS ..................................................................................$75,000 BOMAG 213D, 2007, Stk# 7091L, 1166 HRS......................................................................................$82,000 BOMAG 213D, 2007, Stk# 7091M, 837 HRS ......................................................................................$91,000 BOMAG 213D-4, 2007, Stk# 7133A, 248 HRS ....................................................................................$90,000 BOMAG 213D-4, 2007, Stk# 7133B, 368 HRS ....................................................................................$99,000 BOMAG 266AD4, 2008, Stk# 6650D, 331 HRS ................................................................................$113,000 BOMAG 278D, 2007, Stk# 6616, 543 HRS ........................................................................................$116,000 INGERSOLL RAND DD-90HF, 2004, Stk# 176986A1, 1694 HRS ......................................................$39,000 INGERSOLL RAND DD-90HF, 2004, Stk# 178129A1, 1250 HRS ......................................................$39,000

! CRAWLER DOZERS

JOHN DEERE 1050C, 2005, Stk# 538908, 2697 HRS ......................................................................$196,000 JOHN DEERE 450J, 2006, Stk# 568199, 1438 HRS ..........................................................................$43,500 JOHN DEERE 550J, 2008, Stk# 659312, 624 HRS..............................................................................$85,000 JOHN DEERE 650J, 2007, Stk# 620598, 1074 HRS ..........................................................................$82,500 JOHN DEERE 650J, 2007, Stk# 634089, 358 HRS..............................................................................$85,000 JOHN DEERE 650J, 2007, Stk# 634090, 519 HRS..............................................................................$83,500 JOHN DEERE 650J, 2007, Stk# 148203, 1150 HRS ..........................................................................$77,000 JOHN DEERE 750C, 2004, Stk# 529966, 2526 HRS ........................................................................$122,000 JOHN DEERE 750J, 2006, Stk# 574572, 3171 HRS ..........................................................................$99,000 JOHN DEERE 850C, 2004, Stk# 509304, 3648 HRS ........................................................................$145,000 JOHN DEERE 850C, 2005, Stk# 528588, 2361 HRS ........................................................................$105,000 JOHN DEERE 850J, 2006, Stk# 554083, 2704 HRS ........................................................................$145,000 JOHN DEERE 850J, 2006, Stk# 564176, 2531 HRS ........................................................................$170,000 JOHN DEERE 850J, 2006, Stk# 570672, 2391 HRS ........................................................................$170,000 JOHN DEERE 850J, 2006, Stk# 571178, 2400 HRS ........................................................................$145,000 CAT D6H, 1995, Stk# G06137A1, 8319 HRS ......................................................................................$47,000

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INDECO HAMMERS 12000#, 2003, Stk# 002084, 0 HRS..................................................................$75,500 INDECO HAMMERS 1500#, 2007, Stk# 6640A, 80 HRS....................................................................$19,500 INDECO HAMMERS 2000#, 2002, Stk# 0001841, 1 HRS..................................................................$21,500 INDECO HAMMERS 2000#, 2004, Stk# 0002098, 51 HRS................................................................$15,500 INDECO HAMMERS 5000#, 2005, Stk# 00003743, 7 HRS................................................................$40,500 INDECO HAMMERS 8000#, 2005, Stk# 6702F, 2 HRS ......................................................................$54,500 INDECO HAMMERS IHC130, 2005, Stk# 6702G, 15 HRS..................................................................$10,500

! MINI EXCAVATORS

JOHN DEERE 27D, 2009, Stk# 109220, 54 HRS ................................................................................$28,500 JOHN DEERE 27D, 2009, Stk# 116790, 294 HRS ..............................................................................$26,500 BOBCAT 331, 1999, Stk# 917888A1, 0 HRS........................................................................................$11,900 JOHN DEERE 50D, 2007, Stk# 068726, 210 HRS ..............................................................................$45,000 JOHN DEERE 50D, 2007, Stk# 072127, 791 HRS ..............................................................................$39,000 JOHN DEERE 50D, 2007, Stk# NE245854, 314 HRS ..........................................................................$49,500 JOHN DEERE 60D, 2008, Stk# 097281, 568 HRS ..............................................................................$52,500

2000 Case 590 Super L Series 2 – 4X4, Cab No A/C, MP Bucket, 2,369 Hours, S/N 285864, STK#285864A1 Asking $29,500

! OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCKS

JOHN DEERE 250D, 2006, Stk# 548648, 2634 HRS ........................................................................$160,000 JOHN DEERE 250D, 2006, Stk# 548649, 2526 HRS ........................................................................$175,000 JOHN DEERE 300D, 2006, Stk# 548659, 3760 HRS ........................................................................$140,000 JOHN DEERE 300D, 2006, Stk# 559818, 3440 HRS ........................................................................$145,000 JOHN DEERE 350D, 2004, Stk# 508712, 5061 HRS ..........................................................................$99,000 JOHN DEERE 350D, 2005, Stk# 538797, 4413 HRS ........................................................................$185,000 JOHN DEERE 350D, 2006, Stk# 559821, 3189 HRS ........................................................................$175,000 JOHN DEERE 350D, 2006, Stk# 559822, 2664 HRS ........................................................................$210,000 JOHN DEERE 400D, 2003, Stk# 492376, 6428 HRS ........................................................................$100,000 JOHN DEERE 400D, 2005, Stk# 538799, 5126 HRS ........................................................................$155,000 JOHN DEERE 400D, 2005, Stk# 538800, 4023 HRS ........................................................................$195,000 JOHN DEERE 400D, 2006, Stk# 559827, 2345 HRS ........................................................................$300,000 JOHN DEERE 400D, 2006, Stk# 559828, 2516 HRS ........................................................................$315,000 HYDREMA 912C, 2006, Stk# 6598C, 1718 HRS ................................................................................$77,500

! SKID STEERS

JOHN DEERE 270, 2004, Stk# 934514A1, 765 HRS ..........................................................................$19,500 JOHN DEERE 315, 2008, Stk# 093401, 183 HRS................................................................................$20,000 JOHN DEERE 332, 2007, Stk# 066751, 793 HRS................................................................................$30,500 JOHN DEERE 332, 2005, Stk# 0792560, 315 HRS ............................................................................$31,500 JOHN DEERE 332, 2008, Stk# 161837A1, 127 HRS ..........................................................................$33,000 JOHN DEERE 332, 2008, Stk# 173199A1, 331 HRS ..........................................................................$31,500 NEW HOLLAND L190, 2007, Stk# 436470A1, 336 HRS ....................................................................$25,500 NEW HOLLAND LS170, 2000, Stk# 167497A1, 843 HRS..................................................................$14,000

! TRAILERS

MISC. CAM716, 2008, Stk# 023252A1, 0 HRS ....................................................................................$4,500 MISC. M20825TA, 2010, Stk# 014340, 0 HRS....................................................................................$18,500

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2007 John Deere 410J TMC Backhoe Loader – Quick Coupler, Cab, A/C,, AM/FM/CD, 778 Hrs, Stk# 614483, S/N# 149664 Asking $79,000


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

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OFF ROAD HAULERS

Komatsu WA180-1, 1996, EROPS, Quick Coupler, Exc. Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,500 Komatsu WA250-3PT, 1999, EROPS w/AC, JRB coupler, bucket, forks 20.5x25, good cond. . . . .$63,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 . . . . . .$100,000 Cat 936E, 1989, EROPS, 2.75 cy GP bkt, clean . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$59,000 New Holland LS170 Skid Steer, 2004, 300 hrs . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,000 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick coupler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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BACKHOE LOADERS

1994 CASE 580SK, SN: JJG0182954, Unit # U20172, 4WD, Std Hoe, 7772 Hrs....................................................................................$16,500 1994 CASE 580SK, SN: JJG0182981, Unit # U20027, 4WD, E-Hoe, 4472 Hrs....................................................................................$20,000 1991 CASE 580SK, SN: JJG0171396, Unit # U30128 , 2WD Std Hoe, 5621 Hrs....................................................................................$15,000 2004 CASE 580SM II, Stk# U18486, 2876 Hrs ........................$44,650

ROLLERS

2007 CASE CX460, SN# N6SAS7001, 1145 Hrs $165,000

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1999 HYPAC C-530AH, SN: A222C1628V Pneumatic 9 wheel .............. ..................................................................................................$22,500 1976 HYPAC C-530A, SN: A911C1549M Pneumatic 9 Wheel ..$14,000 2005 CAT CB-224E, SN: 22401346 2146 hrs............................$21,500

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National Pike Steam, Gas & Horse Association Holds 30th Annual Show

The National Pike Steam, Gas & Horse Association held smith shop, 180 hp generator, oil well derrick and engines. its 30th annual show Aug. 13 to 15 at the fairgrounds locatFor the kids, there is a large sand pile with toys and a pedal ed just off U.S. Route 40, 4 mi. west of Brownsville, Pa. power tractor pull. From just 5 acres and 20 members, the show has grown For more information, visit www.nationalpike.com. over the years to 100 plus acres and more than 600 members. Vintage tractors, graders, scrapers and bulldozers Widely known as the were featured. “Largest Digging Show in the USA,” the show features two operating steam shovels, operating track type tractors, graders, scrapers, bulldozers and other vintage machines. The show also features antique tractors, steam traction and portable engines, shingle mill, threshing and baling, rope making, rock crusher, antique gas engines, flour and corn mill, sawmill, and hay rides, crafts and flea market. Also featured are antique cars and trucks, a working black- Antique tractors, steam traction and portable engines were featured at the show. Operating steam shovels were in action.

NYC City Hall Renovation Targets Dangerous Decay By Sara Kugler Frazier

ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

NEW YORK (AP) After rotting trusses, faulty wiring and sagging ceilings were discovered in New York’s City Hall, the nearly 200-year-old national landmark is undergoing a major renovation that will displace the City Council and other operations for at least a year. The city discovered deteriorating conditions during a minor renovation a few years ago, which prompted a wider examination of the building. Officials found widespread failings and alarming decay: cracks through the trusses that support the roof, a rotting basement floor, wiring that was known to spark and dangerously sagging ceilings. The New York City Hall is a major part of New York City history. It displayed assassinated President Abraham Lincoln’s body for public viewing in 1865 and is among the nation’s oldest continuously used city halls, the seat of municipal governments in the United States. The building once was the home of executive, legislative and judicial operations, including a criminal court and jail, in the city, but it is now primarily occupied by the offices of Mayor Michael Bloomberg, City Council and their supporting operations. The white Renaissance Revival-style building was the site of viewings of the bodies of Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant, the Northern

general who accepted the Southern surrender after the U.S. Civil War and later became president. It was illuminated one September evening in 1813 to commemorate American victories in the War of 1812 against the British. General Dwight D. Eisenhower was welcomed with a party in the City Hall on his return from leading the Allied victory in Europe in 1945. Its grandeur is fading. “It’s gotten to the point where it’s really bad,” said Philip J. Kelly, the city official overseeing the renovation. “It has to be done. It’s amazing no one’s been hurt or there hasn’t been a fire.” Recently, just before repairs were to begin in a City Council hearing room, a 10-ft. (3 m)long 6-in. (15 cm)-wide piece of plaster molding broke away from the wall and crashed to the floor. The lower Manhattan building also has survived disaster, including a fire in 1858 during fireworks celebrations marking the laying of the first trans-Atlantic telegraph cable. Many of the crumbling elements date to the building’s original construction. When workers first eyeballed the renovation project, the cost was estimated at $65 million. Officials now say the expense has shot up to $106 million as crews found more problems when they ripped into walls and ceilings. The building’s last major update was in the

1950s, when the exterior marble and brownstone were replaced with white limestone, and an elevator was installed. That elevator will be replaced in the coming project. The work also involves reinforcing the wood trusses in the roof, part of the original 1812 construction, plus repairing the roof and ceiling of the council chambers and adjoining rooms. A building-wide fire sprinkler system also will be installed. The building is getting more efficient lighting, heating and cooling controlled by a computerized building-management system, water fixtures and lighting that are activated by sensors, and solar panels on the roof. Officials acknowledged that the environmental retrofits are not the highest level of upgrades available but cited cost limitations as restrictions on what can be done. Crews began some of the work in 2008, starting on the west side of the building, where Bloomberg’s desk is. Engineers said the trusses would not last another winter without possibly failing, so the beams were reinforced with steel. The renovations will not move the mayor from the west wing, where repairs are being completed without displacing staff. Heavier work is now concentrated on the building’s east side, where the 51-member City Council meets and where many council offices are.

The room that has housed the City Hall press corps since 1898 will be closed during the work. During the construction, council meetings will be at the old Emigrant Savings Bank building on nearby Chambers Street. Hearings will be shifted to another office building across Broadway, where council officials recently settled into temporary offices. Speaker Christine Quinn said there have been a few hiccups, such as telephone problems and having to adjust to closer quarters. “It’s a little bit of an adventure for a year,” she said. “We had no choice: the building is in structural disarray, and it wasn’t safe for us to remain there.” One headache that has added to the growing cost of the renovation: Crews digging behind the building discovered the remains of an 18th century structure the city believes was an almshouse that stood from the 1730s to the 1790s. The area is now being dug by hand and supervised by archeologists. The dig has turned up the remains of other structures, including a water cistern and an icehouse. Evidence of daily life, including bone buttons, medicine bottles and ceramic egg holders, also have been found. The city Landmarks Preservation Commission is overseeing the digging and will determine what to do with the artifacts.


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NEW YORK (AP) Copper and other industrial metals rose recently on signs of strong demand and expectations for growth in China, sending copper to its highest level in three weeks. Copper for September delivery rose 9.15 cents, or 3 percent, to settle at $3.0930 a pound, its highest close since June 29. Adam Klopfenstein, senior market strategist at Lind-Waldock, said it was unclear if copper prices would be able to stay above $3 a pound as the strength of the economic recovery remained uncertain. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke sounded caution about the economic recovery in testimony before Congress July 21. Bernanke said the economic outlook remains “unusually uncertain,” and the central bank was considering options to help

revive the recovery if it faltered. Industrial metals such as copper are used in manufacturing and construction. Strong economic growth would mean more production at factories and more building, boosting demand for the metal and its production. Tom Pawlicki, commodities analyst with MF Global Research in Chicago, said higher expectations for growth in China was driving copper’s gains. On July 20, the International Energy Agency said China had surpassed the United States to become the world’s biggest energy consumer. Copper producer Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. said July 21 that global copper demand was robust despite the bumpy economic recovery. The company was planning to restart some operations stopped during the recession. The copper market was strong in northern Europe, China and in the United States, said CEO Richard Adkerson.

Terex Construction has appointed Jim Robbins to the position of vice president and general manager of its Americas operations. In this role, Robbins is responsible for all Terex Construction business in North and South America, including onsite logistics functions. Robbins is not new to Terex, having held a number of roles during his five-year tenure with the company. Since March 2008, Robbins has been vice president general manager of operations of Terex Cranes, where he was responsible for establishing a global footprint for Terex Cranes businesses in developing markets and for supporting new infrastructure requirements of existing markets for all Terex Cranes product lines. Prior to this assignment, Robbins was vice president, global aftermarket in the Terex

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(2) 06 KOMATSU D65EX-15, CAB, A/C, 24” PADS, SU BLADE W/ TILT, 65% UC, 2500+/- HRS......................................Starting at $129,000 Each (2) 06 CAT D3G LGP, OROPS, 28” LGP PADS, 6-WAY BLADE, RENTAL FLEET RETURN, JOB READY ..............................Starting at $29,500 Each 89 CAT D5H, OROPS, 6-WAY BLADE, 22” PADS, DRAWBAR........$29,900 05 CAT D6N LGP, EROPS, A/C, 32” PADS, DIFF STEERING, DRAW BAR, 70% UC, ONE OWNER SINCE NEW ..............................................$99,000 03 CAT D5GXL, EROPS, A/C, 20” PADS, 80% UC, PAT BLADE, WORKING DAILY ............................................................................................$39,000 01 JOHN DEERE 650H, OROPS, 28” LGP PADS, 6-WAY BLADE ..$29,000 86 CAT D4H II, OROPS, 18” PADS, ST BLADE ..............................$19,000

ROLLERS 08 SAKAI SV505, 84” VIBRATORY ROLLER, OROPS, DRUM DRIVE, NEAR NEW ....................................................................................$59,000 (2) 06 SAKAI SV400T, OROPS, 66” FACTORY SMOOTH DRUM SHELL WITH PAD DRUM, ONLY 500+/- HRS ................Starting at $49,000 Each (4) 06 DYNAPAC CA250D, 84” VIBRATORY ROLLER, OROPS, DRUM DRIVE..................................................................Starting at $59,000 Each 05 DYNAPAC CA150D, 66” VIBRATORY ROLLER, OROPS, SMOOTH DRUM, W/PADFOOT KIT ................................................................$49,000 05 IR SD45D, OROPS, 54” VIBRATORY ROLLER, SMOOTH DRUM, DRUM DRIVE, LOC IN FLA ............................................................$24,500 04 IR SD45D, 54” VIBRATORY ROLLER, DRUM DRIVE, OROPS, PADFOOT KIT........................................................................................$27,500

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SKID STEERS 07 KOMATSU CK30-1, OROPS, RUBBER TRACKS, Q/A BUCKET ..$25,000 06 CAT 226B, OROPS, 68” G.P. BUCKET, 10X16.5 RUBBER ........$16,900 06 CAT 242B, OROPS CAB, AUX. HYD. PLUMBING, VTS TRACK SYSTEM, 12” TRACKS, MANUAL COUPLER ........................................$26,000 06 KOMATSU SK1020-5N, ENCLOSED CAB W/HEAT, CTRWT, CTRL CHANGE ........................................................................................$29,000 04 BOBCAT T250, EROPS, A/C, TRACK MACHINE ........................$25,000

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Buckingham Properties: ‘I Did It Because I Was Curious’ By Laurie Mercer

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The best part of his long-term career as a seminal developer in Rochester’s resurgence, said Larry Glazer, CEO and managing partner of Buckingham Properties, is flying his TB-850 single-engine turbo prop. “When I want to get away, that’s what I do,” he said. “I love to fly it.” Glazer’s been a pilot for 25 years. Other projects located in Lakeland, Fla., give him plenty of reasons to pilot his dreams. In Florida, he just completed his first new, from-the-ground-up Florida building—165,000 sq. ft. of space. Although he is recognized for his adaptive use projects in Rochester, he said, in Florida “everything is new.” In Florida the company’s attention is on developing flex office parks for distribution and hospitality. Buckingham, named for his first real estate purchase, is always involved in approximately 40 different locations. Some ideas, like the old Genesee Hospital, are in long-term development phases while others are just breaking ground. A crew of 48 people comprises the company. “We have our own creative, design, finance, marketing and management people. Although we are a general contractor, the actual shovel in the ground stage is subbed out.” Small jobs connected to property maintenance are handled internally. It isn’t surprising that he loves bonsai — the ancient Oriental, time-consuming art of sculpting, through judicious pruning, a miniature aesthetically pleasing form from a tiny tree. Like development, bonsai takes time, but the results can be spectacular. Along with his partner, Harold Samloff, who retired in 2001, Glazer’s first purchase of a modest home (located on Buckingham Street) with rental apartments occurred when he was only 22 years old. “I did it because I was curious,” he said. “I didn’t know anything about real estate, but I played tennis with a group of guys at

Sutherland High School on Sunday mornings. Another player, Samloff, an attorney, had a partner who wanted out, so he asked me if I wanted to be in real estate.” Devoting lots of time during “lunch, evenings and weekends,” real estate became a second job for

He now heads the largest and most diverse real estate development and property management company in Rochester. Buckingham Properties currently owns and/or manages more than 40 properties totaling more than 7 million sq. ft. in the Rochester/Finger Lakes

End Even Kodak founder George Eastman’s mansion is nearby. Built 110 years ago, Genesee Hospital had fallen on hard times and had been vacant for several years when Buckingham Properties bought the hospital and

Larry Glazer, CEO, Buckingham Properties LLC, at his office on South Washington Street in Rochester, points to the 1.1 million sq. ft. project — Alexander Park. The full campus view of Alexander Park shows existing buildings, now occupied with a large medical insurance company provider and several physicians, the planned new medical buildings, and the future mixed-use development. The 15-acre site should be completely occupied by 2012.

Glazer in addition to running a large commercial printing company for his wife’s family business called Great Lakes Press. He had earned a master’s degree in finance in 1969 from Columbia University. From residential housing with apartment units the partners almost immediately branched out into acquiring several single-use industrial complexes and redeveloping them into multiple mixed-use properties. Old Rochester companies including Burroughs Corporation, Gleason Works and General Railway Signal morphed into lofts, homes, offices and restaurants for Rochester’s more trendy urban dwellers. When he finally left the printing industry in 1983, following the sale of Great Lakes Press, Glazer turned to development full time.

region. Holdings include industrial, office, medical office, retail, residential, mixed use/flex space and prime vacant land positioned for new-build ideas and opportunities. The Old Genesee Hospital Becomes Alexander Park The $80 million Alexander Park, formerly Genesee Hospital, is a good case in point for Glazer’s work ethic, vision and business acumen. The 15-acre Alexander Park project encompasses 1.1 million sq. ft., making it the largest Buckingham Properties has undertaken to date. If the old real estate adage about location, location, location is true, this property is a gemstone. Well trafficked, Alexander Park connects the welldefined neighborhoods of the city’s South Wedge with the popular East

acreage attached to it for $6.6 million. “But that excludes the $10 million we had to put into it just to stabilize the place, abate the asbestos, and untangle what I used to call the spaghetti factory of facilities,” Glazer said. “Everything had to be untangled, sorted out, and taken apart before we could put it all back together again.” The plans on which the development was predicated provided by the former hospital’s owners turned out to be hopelessly inaccurate. “We spent way more than the purchase price just to do that part of it,” he said. “Abatement proved to be a much bigger issue than we ever anticipated,” he added. “This was a major surprise. It’s been a real

nightmare. We had a report that the hospital had supplied so we were able to cost it out. But their contractors had missed an awful lot. We were stuck doing the work, and that proved to be a big problem. Then we had to bring all of the utilities — water, sewer, electric, gas, heat and cooling — over to another side of the building.” The full campus view drawings for Alexander Park give Glazer a chance to point to the already occupied parts of the project — the 220 Building — where MVP (formerly Preferred Care) has offices. The 140,000-sq.-ft. building on Alexander Street was gutted and rebuilt and leased by MVP. “They are a growing company,” he said, “And looking for even more space from Buckingham.” Next the team had to acquire and demolish properties on the corner of Alexander Street and Monroe Avenue. The former Raj Mahal restaurant, closed in 2007, proved to be a hard nut to crack. “I think we paid more for that piece of land than anything sold in Rochester because they realized we needed that property. The owner wanted to retire off of it — and he did,” said Glazer. Buckingham also acquired a large indoor parking garage, which they rebuilt to add improved lighting, security, heat, and cleanliness. The second phase, begun in late May 2009, is the construction of a Canandaigua National Bank branch, and ground-breaking for two multi-story medical and office complexes is set to follow suit. An 80,000-sq.-ft., three-story building on the northeast corner of Alexander and Monroe and an adjoining 100,000-sq. ft., fourstory building on Monroe are scheduled for completion in August 2010. A two-story, 20,000-sq.-ft. office building on the north side of the four-story building also has an August 2010 completion date. With full occupancy expected in 2012, Glazer said, “It’s been moving along pretty fast.” Glazer said that medical buildings are unusual in that they require more capacity for plumbing (all that hand washing) and cabinets for storage. Medical see BUCKINGHAM page 114


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Use of ‘Phase’ Construction Lessens OSHA Issues New Disruptions, Delays on Bridge Project Rule Addressing Cranes, Derricks BRIDGE from page 1

complete in October 2010. Francis J. Palo Inc. of Clarion, Pa., is heading up the operation with bridgework and drainage. Palo has recently been involved in other Jefferson County projects, including Hamilton Bridge, Sandy Lick Point Bridge and Fordham Bridge. “We’re using phase construction on this project,” said PennDOT Project Manager Richard Polenik. “This basically means that crews will be tearing down half of the bridge while traffic has been diverted into a single lane where temporary girders have been put into place.” This method is used to ensure traffic flow with minimal delays. Also noteworthy is the structure’s integral abutment design feature. “This abutment construction involves predrilling holes within the abutment “footprint” and placing H-piles in the holes backfilling with sand, then driving the piles to refusal,” said The Manitowoc crane teams up with a Bid-Well 3600 paver for Polenik. “The piles tops are then casted into an pouring the bridge deck. abutment cap of concrete prior to girder placement. The advantage of the integral abutment design allows the expansion joint to be located off of the structure and prohibit potential deterioration of substructure elements through leaking joints.” The work zone begins approximately 1,600 ft. (487.7 m) south of the SR 119/Mahoning Shadow Trail intersection northward to approximately the SR 119/SR 36 intersection. The project will maintain one lane of traffic over the bridge during construction through the use of temporary traffic signals at each end, provided by Dixon Electric Inc. of Claysburg, Pa. Additional Pennsylvania subcontractors include the Cuddy location of Howard Concrete Pumping Company for placement of the bridge deck; New Enterprise Stone and Lime Inc., based in New Enterprise, for paving; Clark Traffic Herbert F. Darling Foreman, August Gallagher (L), Control Inc. of Homer City; and Green Acres Contracting, works with Palo team members to install pilings. Sand is being poured into the pre-drilled 10-ft. (3 m) holes. headquartered in Scottdale, for guide rails and seeding. Herbert F. Darling of Williamsville, N.Y., was contracted for piling installation. Crews are bringing in 1,500 to 2,000 cu. yds. (1,146.8 to 1,529 cu m) of dirt to build an access road for construction of the bridge. The material will later be taken out and reused in the construction of an access road for a local Little League field, as per the request of the community. The deck and structure of the bridge call for 1,044 cu. yds. (798.2 cu m) of concrete. Crews will be laying approximately 10,000 sq. yds. (8,361.3 sq m) of bituminous wearing course. The contractors are working 10-hour shifts with no overnights and infrequent weekend work. On June 22, the northbound lane was completed and traffic was switched over so that work could begin on the southbound side. Motorists are asked to slow downs and exercise caution when traveling through the work zone. Flag crews are directing traffic as needed. (This story also can be found on Construction Howard Concrete Pumping Company collaborates Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequip- with the Palo crew to pour the concrete deck on the northbound lane using a Bid-Well 3600 paver. mentguide.com.) CEG

The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration today announced that it is issuing a new rule addressing the use of cranes and derricks in construction, which will replace a decades-old standard. Approximately 267,000 construction, crane rental and crane certification establishments employing about 4.8 million workers will be affected by the rule published today. “The significant number of fatalities associated with the use of cranes in construction led the Labor Department to undertake this rulemaking,” said Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis. “After years of extensive research, consultation and negotiation with industry experts, this long overdue rule will address the leading causes of fatalities related to cranes and derricks, including electrocution, boom collapse and overturning.” The previous rule, which dated back to 1971, was based on 40-year-old standards. Stakeholders from the construction industry recognized the need to update the safety requirements, methods and practices for cranes and derricks, and to incorporate technological advances in order to provide improved protection for those who work on and around cranes and derricks. “The rule addresses critically important provisions for crane operator certification, and crane inspection, set-up and disassembly,” said Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA Dr. David Michaels. “Compliance with the rule will prevent needless worker injuries and death, and provide protection for the public and property owners.” The new rule is designed to prevent the leading causes of fatalities, including electrocution, crushed-by/struck-by hazards during assembly/disassembly, collapse and overturn. It also sets requirements for ground conditions and crane operator assessment. In addition, the rule addresses tower crane hazards, addresses the use of synthetic slings for assembly/disassembly work, and clarifies the scope of the regulation by providing both a functional description and a list of examples for the equipment that is covered. In 2003, the secretary of labor appointed 23 experienced Cranes and Derricks Advisory Committee members representing manufacturers and trade associations, who met 11 times until a consensus on the regulatory text was reached in July 2004. The proposed rule was published Oct. 9, 2008, and the public was invited to submit comments until Jan. 22, 2009. Public hearings were held in March 2009, and the public comment period on those proceedings closed in June 2009. OSHA staff incorporated input from the public comments and testimony to develop the final regulatory text. The new rule will take effect on Nov. 8, 2010. For more information, visit http://www.osha.gov.

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WHEEL LOADERS 1978 JD 444, #1002355, Unknown hrs, OROPS, 1.5 CY, 15.5-25 ........................................$13,500 2006 JD 444J, #1410346, 550 hrs, EROPS, 2.5 CY QC GP bkt, 3rd spool, 17.5R25 ..............$81,000 2003 Hyundai HL740XTD-3, #CON10, 1502 Hrs, EROPS, 2 CY, 20.5-25 L3........................$44,500

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The New York State Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. Counties: Albany, Essex, Greene, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady Project No.: D261167. Project: Cleaning 263 bridges at various locations. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Dandrow’s Painting Inc., Plattsburgh, N.Y. — $1,953,534. County: St. Lawrence Project No.: D261169. Project: Bridge and culvert replacements on Route 68 in towns of Oswegatchie and Libson. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Barrett Paving Materials Inc., Clayville, N.Y. — $2,876,768. • Luck Brothers Inc., Plattsburgh, N.Y. — $3,076,076. • CCI Companies Inc., Canastota, N.Y. — $3,107,023. • Slate Hill Constructors Inc. Warners, N.Y. — $3,213,388. • New Century Construction LLC, Watervliet, N.Y. — $3,644,293. • Barber Corp., Watertown, N.Y. — $3,724,137. • Tuscarora Construction Co. Inc., Pulaski, N.Y. — $3,774,355. County: Schoharie Project No.: D261326. Project: Highway intersection improvements on NYS Routes 30/30A and 30/443. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Ketco Inc., Albany, N.Y. — $4,150,878. • Lancaster Development Inc., Richmondville, N.Y. — $4,335,182. • James H. Maloy Inc., Loudonville, N.Y. — $4,446,000. • CCI Companies Inc., Canastota, N.Y. — $4,676,264. • Cobleskill Stone Products Inc., Cobleskill, N.Y. — $4,889,817. • W.M. Schulte Construction Inc., Ballston Spa, N.Y. — $5,077,767. • Kubricky Construction Corp., Queensbury, N.Y. — $5,175,446. • Economy Paving Co. Inc., Cortland, N.Y. — $5,184,122. • Rifenburg Contracting Corp., Troy, N.Y. — $5,308,825. County: Oneida Project No.: D261348. Project: Highway rehabilitation and reconstruction on Rte. 28 in town of Forestport. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Ketco Inc., Albany, N.Y. — $5,476,543. • CCI Companies Inc., Canastota, N.Y. — $5,544,027.

• Rifenburg Construction Inc., Troy, N.Y. — $5,695,115. • Luck Brothers Inc., Plattsburgh, N.Y. — $6,033,134. • Tioga Construction Co. Inc., Herkimer, N.Y. — $6,294,328. • Economy Paving Co. Inc., Cortland, N.Y. — $6,332,482. • Barrett Paving Materials Inc., Clayville, N.Y. — $6,347,598. County: Sullivan Project No.: D261407. Project: Reconstruction of N.Y. Route 17 interchange 106, including a new eastbound off-ramp, a new CR 173A bridge (composite girder) over N.Y. Route 17, intersection improvements to CR 173/CR 173A and reconstruction of local roads in town of Thompson. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • The Delaney Group Inc., Gloversville, N.Y. — $9,181,780. • A Servidone/B Anthony Construction JV, Castleton, N.Y. — $9,280,195. • Bette & Cring LLC, Latham, N.Y. — $9,771,640. • Economy Paving Co. Inc., Cortland, N.Y. — $10,146,391. • Lancaster Development Inc., Richmondville, N.Y. — $10,390,074. • Fahs Construction Group, Binghamton, N.Y. — $10,417,000. • Sullivan County Paving & Construction, Cochecton, N.Y. — $10,489,830. • R. DeVincentis Construction, Binghamton, N.Y. — $10,523,000. • D.A. Collins Construction Co. Inc., Mechanicville, N.Y. — $12,446,942.

Counties: Putnam, Westchester Project No.: D261418. Project: Maintenance of 31 bridges at various locations. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Harrison & Burrowes Bridge CNS, Glenmont, N.Y. — $14,502,205. • Burtis Construction Co. Inc., Yonkers, N.Y. — $14,757,000. • Beaver Concrete Construction Co., Hazlet, N.Y. — $15,299,526. • GCCOM Construction Co. Inc., Flushing, N.Y. — $15,630,711. • ECCO III Enterprises Inc., Yonkers, N.Y. — $16,315,155. • Defoe Corp., Mt. Vernon, N.Y. — $16,643,079. • Ahern Painting Contractors Inc., Woodside, N.Y. — $16,944,366. • Persico Contracting & Trucking, Mt. Vernon, N.Y. — Informal. County: Onondaga Project No.: D261319. Project: Routes 5, 695 and I-81 safetap contract (11.2 mi., guide rail, delineator, median barrier and sign replacement and drainage system repair). Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Elderlee Inc., Oaks Corner, N.Y. — $6,600,382. • Crane Hogan Structural Systems, Spencerport, N.Y. — $6,977,441. • Slate Hill Constructors Inc., Warners, N.Y. — $6,998,510.


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Mass. Business Shares Its Recipe for Rental Success Craig Sessions, owner of West County Equipment Rentals, said letting the machine do the talking is half of his recipe for success. “Securing high visibility parking spots for our machines, so people can see them, touch them and get really tempted to rent them,” are key factors according to Sessions. From the start, he put to work his concept of using the machines as 3D billboards, parking them in a visible spot with clear “Rent Me” decals. The other half, though, is a bit more difficult. “Give nothing but top-notch service,” he explained. Giving top-notch service means a few key things to Sessions. One of them is being open seven days a week. Another is always answering the phone — after the fourth ring, all calls go directly to Session’s cell phone. And the list goes on to include, for example, taking the time to really listen to people and understand what they are trying to achieve, not just rushing to close the deal by renting them whatever they think they should rent. “I do whatever it takes to get the rental,” he said, explaining that it may take him two hours to extract from somebody enough information to understand that what they really should be renting was not the piece of equipment they were inquiring about, but a different one. Selling or trading anything with more than 2,000 hours, and washing and greasing every piece of equipment when it’s returned also is part of it, according to Sessions, so West County rental customers only get “shiny, new-looking machines.” Besides the fact that a clean piece of equipment says “rent me” in a louder voice than a shabby, dirty looking one, there’s another advantage to being fanatical about renting only like-new, shiny machines, according to Sessions. “They respect it,” he explained, adding that customers take much better care of a well maintained piece of equipment. West County also doesn’t believe in raising its prices unnecessarily and works to be fair on its delivery charges, and to deliver in a timely fashion.

More than 125 attachments enable West County to meet just about any job, regardless of the time of year.

“We charge the same now that we used to charge in 2005,” said Sessions, adding, “Why would I increase the rates if it’s working well for (L-R): Three generations of the Sessions family — Norman, Tyler and Craig — are the driving force behind West County everyone?” Equipment Rentals. According to Sessions, the answer to the typical customer question, “When can you guys deliver?” is simply, “When do you need it?” The only caveat? The neighbors. “We always ask the customer about that, to make sure Rowell gives a Cat mini-excavawe don’t end up creating trou- Donnie tor a top-to-bottom cleaning. ble,” said Sessions, who added that his father has been known to drop off a machine at a customer’s site at 4 a.m. “to make sure it was there with plenty of time, because he said he needed it at 6.” And last but certainly not least — at West County, topnotch service means top-notch The newest location, in Palmer, Mass., has a spacious showmaintenance. The company room stocked with a complete line of hand tools to meet the does it all, in-house. needs of the homeowners and contractors in the area. Standing in his well equipped service area at the Shelburne Falls location, machines he bought from ing machine maintenance and Craig Sessions’s father, Milton CAT in Milford, Mass., deliveries. West County Norman, showed his tools and after working for 20 years in Equipment Rental’s customer list explained how he puts to work Sessions relies upon his more his car and truck repair busi- shows a 50/50 ratio of homeownhis many years of experience Norman ers versus contractors and than 40 years of equipment repair ness. and the same “outstanding experience to keep the West County “I was getting a little stir Sessions still believes time spent service only” philosophy his fleet in top shape for the company’s crazy and claustrophobic,” he with a customer prior to actually son has so successfully imple- customers. said in explaining the career closing a deal is never wasted mented across the business. change. time. “We don’t count the hours Working as a Caterpillar West County Equipment has we spend doing maintenance,” hose reseller at the time, it was expanded its product line to 125 attachments and counting, and said Norman, “we just do whatev- four locations — Shelburne Falls, a conversation with his hose repre- include compaction equipment, er it takes.” Palmer, Hadley and North Adams sentative, who put him in contact pumps, generators, concrete cutCraig’s son, Tyler, is learning the — there’s a good chance that with the Milton CAT rental manag- ting, breaking and finishing equipropes and being trained to move nowadays, West County has a er, that set him on his current path. ment and landscape equipment. seamlessly from one job to anoth- solution for any challenge. These days, two new employees “We also offer a wide variety of er, supporting his father and his have joined the Sessions family; contractor’s supplies such as pergrandfather, “doing whatever it one will work at the Palmer, Mass., sonal safety items, traffic control In the Beginning takes.” Craig Sessions started his rental location and the other one will products, silt and safety fence, rain With 85 pieces of equipment, business in 2005 with four assist with daily operations, includ- gear and hand tools,” added Tyler.


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Astro Crane Gives Big Lift to Route 111 Bridge Project By Jay Adams

CEG CORRESPONDENT

High above the New Hampshire roads, in the shadow of Canobee Lake Park, two cranes and a dozen men coupled big steel beams into place. Those huge steel beams for the bridge were set by S & W Construction, a steel erecting company in Concord, N.H., and lifted up by cranes supplied by Astro Crane Company of Stow, Mass., subcontractors working under the guidance of Middlesex Corporation, the project’s general contractor, based in Littleton, Mass. The new bridge is part of the construction of a new I93 northbound roadway in the area of Exit 3 on the new highway alignment. Middlesex is overseeing the $25 million project, which is scheduled for completion by the end of September 2010.

Astro Crane has kept two all-terrain, truck-mounted Liebherr hydraulic cranes, models LTM 1160 and LTM 1220, on the project.

Working Partners Mike Wright of Astro Crane is the project manager for his company and the crane operator on the Route 111 bridge. It is his job to hoist the steel beams for S & W to put in place. The second operator on the job is Steve Piso. “It’s a big bridge going over Route 111,” said Wright, who also is one of the sons of Astro Crane coowner Marty Wright. “I’ve been running a crane for 14 years now, and this is a pretty interesting job. “There is some big steel being used,” he added. “It’s a good job for us. We’ve kept two cranes on site, two Liebherr cranes. They are all-terrain, truck-mounted, hydraulic cranes. The two models are LTM 1160 and Astro Crane holds the beams up while S & W connects LTM 1220. They are great to them. hoist steel. Each crane picks up one beam length. We hold them up while kg). “The beams are 97 inches tall, just over 8 S & W connects them and puts in the splice, where the two beams connect, then, they put feet high,” said Wright. “The largest ones we did were 116 feet long. The span, the total in all the bolts,” said Wright. A total of 32 beams make up the bridge, length of the bridge, is just under 400 feet.” He added that working with S & W is as the heaviest weighing 59,000 lbs. (26,761

The new bridge is part of the construction of a new I-93 northbound roadway in the area of Exit 3 on the new highway alignment.

smooth as the steel beams themselves. “S & W really know what they are doing. You have to know a lot to bolt together those big beams. To get the diaphragms [connections between beams] all connected to get everything bolted up, you have to work well.” The companies’ work schedule requires them to lift and secure two beams per crane each night. “The first 16 beams were on Route 111. That was four nights, probably 10 to 12 hours a night,” said Wright. “It was eight days total, two beams a night, an average of 10 hours per day.”

Ambitious Planning According to the New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT), the 20-mi. (32 km) widening of I-93 between Exits 1 and 5, from the Massachusetts state line to Manchester, N.H., may be its most ambitious road project to date. The overall goal is to make this busy highway corridor safer and to improve traffic mobility. NHDOT literature states that Interstate 93 is one of New Hampshire’s principal see BRIDGE page 46


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Workers Complete Mining for New York City Subway Extension Tunnel By Marc Beja

ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

NEW YORK (AP) Workers burrowing through bedrock completed mining July 15 on a new New York City subway tunnel that officials hope will help revive business on the West side of the city. City and transit officials looked on as workers used a massive tunnel boring machine to slice through a wall of rock 40 ft. (12 m) underground, connecting the new tunnel to the end of and older one. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said extending the subway line will encourage growth in the city’s far West side. “It will revitalize that area of the city with new business and residences and parks and open spaces and most importantly, particularly now, jobs,” Bloomberg said. The city spent $2.1 billion dollars on the project. The subway now ends at 42nd

Street and Seventh Avenue and is being extended to go to 34th Street and 11th Avenue near the site of a 26acre property along the city’s Hudson waterfront. Plans for the subway extension originally planned for a second subway stop at 41st Street and 10th Avenue, but it was postponed because the cost of the project was getting too high. Bloomberg said he wants the state and federal governments to pay for the additional subway station. Bloomberg has tried to develop the area for years. In 2004, he proposed a cluster of skyscraper commercial buildings near the Hudson River and an adjacent 75,000-seat stadium that could have been used for the New York Jets and for the 2012 Olympics if the city won its bid to host the event, which it did not. Although the stadium has been scrapped, the development is progressing. But on July 15, Bloomberg was happy the subway station is on sched-

ule to open near the property, called Hudson Yards, in 2013. “This is the gold coast of New York,” he said. “This is the one great place in Manhattan that hasn’t been developed.” Just after 4 p.m. on July 15, the ground shook and the tunnel boring machine rumbled louder and louder as rocks fell to the floor of the chamber under the Port Authority bus terminal. After a few minutes, dust filled the air and the rest of the rocks fell as the machine’s blades spun in a circular motion, leaving a 22-ft. (6.7 m)-wide round hole. Once it was complete, construction workers cheered as their co-workers crawled through a small opening at the bottom into the tunnel. “It’s amazing. This is the first tunnel I’ve worked on that I’ve been able to see after it was done,” said Mark Litz, a shift engineer from Bellwood, Pa., after he crawled through the boring machine. “I’m glad to get this done.”


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New Bridge Arrives in NYC After Float Down Hudson NEW YORK (AP) A prefabricated Getting 4.8 million pounds of steel onto 350-ft. (107 m)-long bridge that will the barges required four 50-ft. (15 m)replace a 109-year-old span across the long steel ramps connecting the vessels’ Harlem River arrived July 26 aboard decks to the docks. The move was timed two barges that were pushed and pulled to the peak of high tide. The 4 1/2-hour by tugboats. process involved precise measuring of the The 2,400-ton (2,177 t) swing bridge height of the tide and pumping ballast passed under the Brooklyn Bridge, on its water through the barges to keep them way to its home, just south of the old level with the dock. Willis Avenue Bridge. The new bridge All the heavy lifting was carried out by will be tied up to the shoreline until it is a crew from Mammoet, a Dutch company installed. The city Department of that specializes in moving extraordinarily Transportation hopes to have traffic large objects. Its past projects include raisrolling across the span in November. ing the Russian submarine Kursk after it The new bridge connecting Upper was sunk by an explosion a decade ago, Manhattan and the South Bronx will and transporting the 400-ft. (122 m)-long, replace a span that opened in 1901 and 5.5-million lb. new Providence River carries more than 70,000 vehicles a day. Bridge 12 mi. (19 km) up Rhode Island’s The existing Willis Avenue Bridge will Narragansett Bay in August 2006. remain open to traffic as the new span is Barend Schuring, Mammoet’s project floated into place atop foundations and (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) manager for the bridge job, said each piers. A 350-ft.-long replacement bride is floated on a barge on the East River as it passes barge was 180 ft. (55 m) long and, when The new bridge was built for the beneath the Brooklyn Bridge, Monday, July 26, 2010, in New York. The Statue of Liberty is welded together, had a total width of 108 transportation department at a privately seen at upper right. The bridge will replace the Willis Avenue bridge which connects ft. (33 m). owned port in Coeymans, near Albany. Manhattan and the Bronx. A crew from Weeks Marine Inc. was A marine transportation crew loaded the handling the bridge transportation in a On July 26, the span was hauled from East River because the load’s height, 82 ft. joint venture with the Kiewit Corp., the finished span onto the barges that were welded together for the two week-long, 130-mile Bayonne 15 mi. (24 km) north through the (25 m) from the barges’decks to the bridge’s Omaha, Neb.-based construction company top crossbeam, was too tall for the low contracted by New York City for the $612 trip down the Hudson River to a dock in East River to its final destination. The last leg of the journey was via the bridges over the narrow Harlem River. Bayonne, N.J. million bridge replacement project.

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concurrently for about a mile before New Hampshire Route 101 heads directly east as its own freeway, serving Portsmouth and the Seacoast region.

arterials and is critical to the economic vitality of the state, region and local communities. After carefully reviewing several alternatives and their environmental, social, ecoCranes For Any Job nomic and cultural impacts Astro Crane is a wellon the southeastern New known small company speHampshire region, NHDOT cializing in hydraulic crane and the Federal Highway rental and operations. Its Administration (FHWA) inventory includes cranes moved forward to reconstruct ranging from 8 to 365 tons and widen I-93 to safely and efficiently meet the mobility A total of 32 beams make up the bridge, with the heaviest weighing (7.2 to 331t). Over the last 30 needs of New Hampshire, 59,000 lbs. (26,761 kg). The beams are just over 8 ft. (2.4 m) high. years, Astro Crane has grown now and in the future. The largest ones are 116 ft. (35 m) long. The span, the total length steadily. It currently employs 14 According to the NHDOT of the bridge, is just under 400 ft. (121 m). crane operators, two truck Web site, I-93 travels just drivers, a mechanic, two secover 131 mi. (211 km) in the ramps (leading to the Mall at Rockingham retaries and a yardman. Granite State; around two-thirds of the high- Park) along with the reduction of the freeway “We are strictly a crane rental company, way’s total distance. from four northbound lanes to only two, with an operator provided, hourly,” said Serving as the main interstate route in tends to cause traffic backups. New Hampshire, it connects the state capital, The corridor remains only two lanes wide Wright. For more information, visit www.astroConcord, and its largest city, Manchester. in each direction for its first 18 mi. (29 km), crane.com. Beyond Concord are the towns of Tilton, until the split with Interstate 293 and the (Editor’s note: This article originally Plymouth, and Littleton. junction with New Hampshire Route 101 appeared in the New England state suppleI-93 enters New Hampshire at Salem, add a third lane back to the freeway. where the current reconstruction of the Exit 1 I-93 and New Hampshire Route 101 run ment.) CEG

Astro Crane’s Mike Wright said, “S & W really know what they are doing. You have to know a lot to bolt together those big beams. To get the diaphragms all connected, to get everything bolted up, you have to work well.”


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AEM Announces Winners in Construction Challenge Twelve student teams from the United Equipment North America, explained that 2010 AEM Construction Challenge Results Volvo is committed to helping tomorStates and Canada have won the 2010 AEM Construction Challenge presented row’s workers develop the right skills 1st Place Teams by Volvo Construction Equipment during now. Elementary — Sheboygan Christian School in Sheboygan, Wis. the Global Finals competition of “The prosperity of our industry very Middle — Bedford MADI in Bedford, Mass. Destination ImagiNation. The competimuch depends on the availability of a Secondary — Tahoma Learning Community in Renton, Wash. tion took place May 26 to 29 at the qualified workforce. We at Volvo are University — Ravenna Public Schools in Ravenna, Mich. University of Tennessee, Knoxville. committed to supporting efforts that 2nd Place Teams This year’s AEM Construction develop the workforce of tomorrow. We Elementary — White Bluffs Elementary in Richland, Wash. Challenge asked each student team to look forward to working with AEM on Middle — Blessed Sacrament Catholic School in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada build a device that effectively delivered promoting the value of construction and Secondary — Londonderry School District in Londonderry, N.H. construction materials over a barrier to the construction industry in communities University — Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y. targets they were unable to see, which across North America,” Lindgren said. 3rd Place Teams required innovation, mathematics, and The AEM Construction Challenge Elementary — Plano ISD in Plano, Texas engineering and design skills. blends the creative problem-solving Middle — Blair Community Schools-OMS in Blair, Neb. The Association of Equipment methodology of Destination ImagiNation Secondary — Wylie ISD in Abilene, Texas Manufacturers (AEM) initiated the AEM with subject matter from AEM to create a University — St. Michaels College University in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada Construction Challenge in 2007 as a program that engages youth in a fun response to the severe shortage of qualilearning experience and exposes them to fied workers to meet future construction needs. As a sign of exposition, where the entire construction industry will have new careers in the construction industry. After the first year, its success, Volvo Construction Equipment signed on as the a chance to meet this new generation.” nearly 70 percent of AEM Construction Challenge particiThe AEM Construction Challenge offers a chance for stu- pants said they are now considering a career in construction. presenting sponsor of the competition. “It takes time to build an understanding with young peo- dents, teachers, parents and community leaders to learn more The finals of the 2011 AEM Construction Challenge preple so they can see how our industry creates a quality of life about the construction industry and the need for skilled sented by Volvo Construction Equipment will return to and makes us globally competitive,” said Al Cervero, senior employees to deal with infrastructure problems that include where it began: the ConExpo-Con/AGG exhibition in Las vice president at AEM. “It takes a constant communication crumbling bridges, overcrowded roadways, and aging water Vegas in March 2011. This international gathering place for to ‘move the needle’ and the Construction Challenge is one and wastewater systems. The Bureau of Labor Statistics esti- the construction industry showcases the latest equipment, big important way to accomplish that goal. We congratulate mated that employment in the construction industry is pro- products, services and technologies and is one of the largest each team that participated in 2010 and we look forward to jected to increase by 1.3 million jobs by 2018. trade shows in North America of any industry. AEM is show Göran Lindgren, president of Volvo Construction producer and a show owner. seeing them in 2011 in Las Vegas at the ConExpo-Con/AGG

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Construction Employment Edges Down in July, Spending Up in June Non-farm payroll employment fell by 131,000, seasonally adjusted, in July, “reflecting the departure of 143,000 temporary Census 2010 workers from federal government payrolls,” the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported on Aug. 6. Total private-sector employment rose by 71,000. “Thus far this year, private sector employment has increased by 630,000, with about two-thirds of the gain occurring in March and April,” BLS stated. The job loss in June was revised to 221,000 from the initial estimate of 125,000. The unemployment rate in July was 9.7 percent, not seasonally adjusted (9.5 percent, seasonally adjusted, matching the June rate). Construction employment dropped by 11,000, seasonally adjusted, to 5,573,000, a 14-year low. BLS said, “10,000 construction workers were off payrolls due to strike activity,” which has now ended. Construction job losses have moderated: the decrease from July 2009 to July 2010, 6.3 percent or 376,000 jobs, was only about one-third as large as a year ago. Among the five BLS construction categories, residential building contractors had the most severe losses, minus 1.7 percent for the month and minus 8.9 percent over 12 months; followed by residential specialty trades, minus 0.5 percent and minus 4.3 percent; nonresidential building, minus 0.3 percent and minus 5.4 percent; heavy and civil engineering, minus 0.1 percent and minus 3.6 percent; and nonresidential specialty trade contractors, plus 0.4 percent and minus 8.4 percent. The unemployment rate in construction fell to 17.3 percent, unadjusted, in July 2010, from 18.2

percent in July 2009, as the number of unemployed construction workers dropped to 1,528,000 from 1,687,000. Given the drop in employment over that span, the decrease in unemployment reflects workers who have left construction for other industries or have stopped looking for work in the past 12 months, not net hiring. Average hourly earnings in construction rose 4 cents in July to $25.19, seasonally adjusted, and 33 cents (1.3 percent) compared with July 2009. Architectural and engineering services employment, a harbinger of future demand for construction, edged up by 0.1 percent in July but fell 2.6 percent over 12 months. Construction spending in June totaled $836 billion at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, up 0.1 percent from the total for May but down 7.9 percent from June 2009, the Census Bureau reported on Aug. 2. The May figure was revised down by $7 billion after the American Wind Energy Association reported lower investment in wind turbines. The monthly increase was limited to public construction, up 1.5 percent for the month and down 4.1 percent over 12 months. Public construction spending has increased in four of the past five months, possibly indicating a pickup in federal stimulus funding. Of the 13 public segments Census presents in its press release, 12 showed gains for the month, including highway and street construction (0.1 percent in June and 1.7 percent over 12 months). The only falling public category was educational construction (minus 3.2 percent and minus 22 percent). In contrast, private nonresidential spending dropped 0.5 percent and 24 percent, with all

11 segments showing year-to-year decreases. Results for the month were mixed: among the five biggest segments, power construction had the largest monthly gain (3.1 percent, minus 8.9 percent); the next largest were manufacturing (minus 4.2 percent, minus 33 percent); commercial — retail, wholesale and farm (minus 1.9 percent, minus 24 percent); health care (0.4 percent, minus 16 percent); and office (minus 1.1 percent, minus 38 percent). Private residential spending slipped 0.8 percent in June but climbed 12 percent from a year earlier. Of the three private residential segments, the largest was improvements — additions and major renovations to existing single- and multi-unit housing (minus 1.0 percent, 17 percent), followed by new singlefamily (minus 0.7 percent, 26 percent) and multi-family (0.3 percent, minus 52 percent). Despite the plunge in public school construction reported by Census, other sources suggest stimulus funding may help school construction. The National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities lists 12 stimulus-spending programs administered by a variety of agencies and five tax provisions that universities, schools and daycare centers may qualify for. By NCEF’s count, the list of Build America Bonds posted by Bond Buyer includes at least $12.6 billion issued by school districts and $4 billion by higher education agencies, plus an unknown number of state and local governments that may be using bond proceeds for school projects. Bond Buyer also has a list (credited to Thomson Reuters) of more than 100 Qualified School Construction

Bonds issued to date. New orders for U.S.-manufactured goods (excluding semiconductor manufacturing) fell 1.2 percent in June, seasonally adjusted, following a revised drop of 1.8 percent in May, Census reported on Aug. 3. Orders were 15 percent higher in the first six months of 2010 than in January-June 2009. Orders for construction materials and supplies slipped 0.1 percent in June but rose 7.2 percent year-to-date. Orders for construction machinery, typically a volatile series, fell 23 percent for the month but doubled year-to-date. BLS on July 22 issued occupational pay comparisons among 79 metro areas for 2009. These “pay relatives control for differences among areas in occupational composition as well as establishment and occupational characteristics….to isolate the geographic effect on wages. To illustrate the importance of controlling for these effects, consider the following example. The average pay for construction and extraction workers in the Chicago-Naperville-Michigan City, Illinois-Indiana-Wisconsin metropolitan area in 2009 was $32.15,” 53 percent higher than the $20.98 average for the nation. “Controlling for differences in occupational composition, establishment and occupational characteristics, and the payroll reference date in Chicago relative to the nation as a whole, the pay relative for construction and extraction occupations in Chicago is 132.” The lowest pay relative was 67 in Brownsville-Harlingen, Texas. © Kenneth D. Simonson is chief economist of the Associated General Contractors of America.


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Skanska USA Building Inc. Achieves Environmental, Safety Certifications Skanska USA Building Inc. has become among the first U.S. construction firms to have all of its operations certified to meet the environmental and safety standards of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the Occupation Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS). Skanska achieved OHSAS18001 certification in June, demonstrating its commitment to providing a safe work-

place. The OHSAS is an international standard created to help organizations control health and safety risks. All Skanska operating units globally have been ISO14001 certified since 1999. Skanska was the first U.S. construction company to achieve ISO 14001 standards, which help organizations minimize how their operations negatively affect the environment. “The ISO and OHSAS systems are consistent with our goal to provide the

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W.Va.’s 2nd Oldest Bridge Being Retired MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) West Virginia’s second oldest bridge is heading for retirement. Built in 1832, the Van Metre Ford bridge in Berkeley County carries Golf Course Road over Opequon Creek east of Martinsburg. The state Division of Highways plans to

replace the one-lane stone-arch bridge with a new three-lane span upstream. Gary R. Klavuhn with the DOH’s District 5 said July 22 that construction on the new bridge is expected to begin next year. Klavuhn said the Van Metre Ford

bridge will be remain open to foot traffic after the new span opens. The state Department of Transportation’s Web site said West Virginia’s oldest bridge is the Elm Grove Stone Arch on U.S. 40 near downtown Wheeling. It was built in 1817.

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From the Bleachers Last week’s PGA Championship notwithstanding, the huge Tiger Woods questions remain unanswered: Will he ever again be the Tiger the rest of the golf world both respected and feared? Is Tiger still a threat to break Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 professional major championships? Despite him shooting a final round 77 — his worst final round as a pro — and finishing a ghastly 18 over par in the World Golf Championship, there are those who are convinced that the Woods of old will be back, and sooner than later. And there are those who are absolutely positive that the Golden Bear can relax because the Tiger is toast — at least the one who dominated the PGA Tour for a dozen years is toast. And, because of his marriage infidelities, there are those who wish Woods would buy a rocket ship, move to Mars and never be heard from again. Many of us once wondered if the guy was even human because he was such a machine on the golf course. At age 33 he already had a remarkable career — 71 Tour victories, 14 majors, and a beautiful wife. Then came Thanksgiving weekend 2009, when he not only wrecked his vehicle, but his marriage,

his life and … his golf game. Then it was revealed: Tiger had convinced himself that he really was the Golf God, or at least some other divine being who could do what he wanted when he wanted and with whomever he wanted. The result was his harem — a dozen or so women with whom he had intimate relations. And before you could say, “Better tee up another one, that may be OB,” Tiger’s life, not to mention his golf game, had turned into a triple bogey, which is much more difficult to fix than a slice. And as we have all observed, it still is. Oh, after coming out of his closet back in April, he finished fourth in both the Masters and the U.S. Open but it was obvious something was missing. Now, as he demonstrated in early August, it’s long gone and many members of the media, of course, have raked him up one side and down the other. It was almost as if they were delighted that Woods’ reputation and his golf game were shattered — probably because of his cold demeanor on and off the golf course. My guess is, though, that Tiger’s game is only temporarily long gone. OK, so I’m almost on the bandwagon, or at least chasing it. My guess is,

Tiger will be back — as in, all the way back — but probably not until 2011. My advice: After the PGA Championship, he should hang it up, put the clubs away for a few weeks. Go fishing. Go sailing. Go anywhere but to a golf course. Then come back to the Tour next year a new man, a new Tiger, 180 degrees from the old Tiger. Turn over a whole new tree, not just a leaf. Smile at those who cheer for you despite your previous immoral behavior. High-five ‘em if they reach out to you. Give autographs. Give cordial interviews instead of acting as if you’re strapped in a chair and some guy’s standing over you with a rubber hose. Show the world there’s blood in your veins, not SAE 30, or ice. Warm up to the world that has warmed up to you since you were a teenager. Bottom line, Woods, is that there is more to life than winning golf tournaments, being famous and wealthy — none of which makes you able to walk on water. Who knows, maybe you have finally figured that out by now. Let’s hope so. As far as the intimidating Tiger, who cares if he no longer exists? So what if all these young guns have no fear of going head-to-head with Woods?

The competition makes the Tour more fun to watch. Duels are more interesting than blowouts. Many have predicted that Woods won’t even make the 36-hole cut in the PGA Championship, which he has won four times. And he finished second last year. By the time you read this, though, we will know whether Woods will be around for the weekend or headed back to seclusion. Golf not only needs Tiger, but Tiger also needs golf. But as I said before, he should treat the game like what it is: a game, instead of approaching it as if he were performing brain surgery on his mother. It’s not likely we’ll see a new Woods this year, even if plays in the Ryder Cup because he makes the team or is one of captain Corey Pavin’s four picks. I just hope a new Tiger exists somewhere in his heart and mind and it will make its debut in 2011. (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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WHERE, but we have no real clue who is making them, or how. We have enough trouble figuring out how to remove the packaging. After we stopped making things, America became a “service economy,” which is a business term meaning “an economy where it is virtually impossible to get service.” But now even our service industries are being outsourced. Take, for example, “technical support,” which is the department you call when you’re having a technical problem and need to be placed on hold. Today, when you finally get through to a human, he or she is often in a different country. This is good news and bad news: THE GOOD NEWS IS: The foreign tech support people are smart, educated and eager to help, and they speak English. THE BAD NEWS IS: They speak it in such a way that you understand only about every fifth word. I recently had a problem with a computer, so I called technical support, which in the case of this company is located, I believe, on Mars, and although the person on the other end sincerely tried to help, the only word I consistently

understood him saying was “David.” I felt like the dog in the Far Side cartoon who’s getting a stern lecture from his master, but the only thing the dog understands is his own name: TECH SUPPORT GUY: David, wokm todelc strsprot, David. Cnygv meth serilnbr? ME: The serial number? You want the serial number? TECH SUPPORT GUY: Thtsrdy ndimsng, David. Logndr btmmrstit, David? ME: What? TECH SUPPORT GUY: Sit, David. Lie down. But we might as well accept it: Outsourcing is here to stay. And it’s happening EVERYWHERE, including industries that would surprise you: When you order a hamburger at McDonald’s drive-thru, the person who’s taking your order is actually located in the Philippines. Your hamburger is physically cooked by workers in China, then transmitted almost instantaneously to the U.S. via a high-speed digitized beef patty line (DBPL). When you take a commercial airline flight, the plane is actually being controlled from

India by a 10-year-old girl holding a remotecontrol joystick in one hand and a lollipop in the other. The “pilot” in the front of your plane is a retired security guard whose sole responsibility is to notice when the plane starts shaking, and make an announcement that you are experiencing turbulence. When you go to the hospital for surgery, after the anesthesiologist puts you out, your body is… You don’t want to know. Congress recently tried to pass a law against outsourcing, only to discover that all federal legislation since 1997 has actually been produced by Taiwan. So outsourcing is here to stay. Which leads me to my announcement: Starting today, I will no longer personally write my column. It will be produced by foreign humor workers, who, rest assured, are highly trained. You will notice no dropoff in quality as you continue to enjoy the wacky hmogrins of fblsevry lftht hvfrsmnyrs not making this up rltngn alrtrds a good name for a rock band. NEXT WEEK: Have you ever noticed that Mgrgjhr hvfrdf? Ha ha from that. Booger. © 2010 Tribune Media Services Inc.


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‘Stories in Stone’Captures Rhode Island Building Tradition Documentary Highlights 400 Years of Stone Wall Building by Narragansett Tribal Masons “We were a wood and stone people. The tools, utensils and weapons were made from stone. The stone was extremely important.” Narragansett Tribal Genealogist

Ella Sekatau, “Stories in Stone”

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They wind around South County, R. I., like exposed roots made of minerals, their colors of the earth, their form as old as time itself. They tell a story. They are a story — the stone walls of this state — built by master craftsmen of the Narragansett tribe, and without high-powered tools, cranes or the like. Filmmaker Marc Levitt, himself a storyteller in many shows, saw the history of a people in their story, as well as art, craft and tradition. He discovered legend. He discovered friendship. He met an Elder who changed his life. Levitt, now 59, a New York City native and Cornell graduate, has been living, on and off, in Wakefield, R.I., for some 32 years. “Stories in Stone,” which chronicles the artistry of two prominent Narragansett mason families, is Levitt’s first documentary film, co-produced and directed with Lilach Dekel of Transformation Films. The film, with original music, pastoral images and no central narrator, introduces us to tribal stonemasons who, over the last 400 years, have constructed the many stone walls which picturesquely serpentine through the woods of southern New England. “Sometimes, for the visionary people there will be a small vision that comes and goes. And, it makes you wonder.” — Ella Sekatau, “Stories in Stone”

Interspersing footage that elegantly captures the beauty of the walls with interviews with tribal Elders and members of two prominent Narragansett mason families, Dekel and Levitt weave a story that is at once poetic and inspirational. According to productionnotes, “Stories in Stones” speaks to place, heritage and family and a tale that demonstrates how a craft, utilized initially at the point of European contact, has served “as a strategy for resiliency and resistance.” It is the first film that looks at the Narragansett wall-building tradition from multiple perspectives, including tribal affirmation. While some would see wall building as the haphazard placement of rocks, “Stories in Stone” demonstrates that the wall’s beauty is the result of a finely honed and everevolving sculptural aesthetic. While some see the walls as “the only option” for the Narragansett, “Stories” makes clear, that more often than not, becoming a mason is a choice that allows freedom of movement, freedom from “inside” work, freedom from working for others and the freedom to join a long and illustrious line of

Many of the masons grew up surrounded by these walls and their artistry and craftsmanship has soaked into their souls since childhood.

ancestors; and that wall building remains a means to assert and perpetuate Tribal identity. “I never felt a stone that was cold. And I never have. On the coldest day, I never felt a stone that was cold.” — Lloyd Wilcox, medicine man, “Stories in Stone” Levitt came to filmmaking from telling stories in a different way. “‘Stories in Stone’was my first and only film,” said Levitt. “When at Cornell University in the 1960s, I was not sure what I wanted to be. After graduation in 1971, I went to The craft dates back more than 400 years and many of the same families who worked as masons hundreds of years ago continue to do so today. Stone wall building eventually became not only a way for Narragansett men to avoid millwork, but also a vehicle for the preservation of Native heritage.

Seattle and San Francisco, where I got a job as a nursery school teacher. Eventually moving to Rhode Island, I co-created and performed in an old-time ‘faux’ medicine show with music, magic and comedy. Later, I discovered storytelling and eventually hosted a radio variety show.” Ever since moving to Rhode Island in 1977, Levitt said he was fascinated with the beauty of its stone walls. see STORIES page 56

Russell Spears was the patriarch of the stone wall tradition. According to filmaker Marc Levitt, he was “a unique man who combined reverence for nature with a great mischievous appreciation for the sensual.”


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New Film Details Tradition of Narragansett Tribal Masons STORIES from page 54

Narragansett themselves. We “The tribal elder, who were accepted into the 2007 hunted deer, played guitar “I even wrote a story about one, San Francisco Native and sang love ballads, was and envisioned its maker as an old American Film Festival. Other part of a stone-working tradiman with long white hair and a festivals, including the New tion practiced by the long white beard. Then, I met York Native Film Festival, Narragansetts since the Russell Spears, who at the time haven’t included the film and I 1600s. He…wore cowboy looked exactly as I pictured the believe it is because there is a hats and gave his daughters wall maker,” said Levitt. “In 2000, perspective that the only ‘true’ beautiful names: Starr and I did an oral history/photographic American Indians are those Sky and Autumn Leaf. He project with Mathias Oppersdorf, a from the Western part of the taught his sons how to shape well-regarded local photographer, U.S.,” added Levitt. “I think and carve rock,” wrote Davis about stone wall makers of South that even within the native of Spears. County, Rhode Island. community, there is the belief As a youth, Spears worked “It was while conducting these that because there was so at the Kenyon Piece Dye interviews that I first discovWorks mill, but hated Filmmaker Marc Levitt, himself a story- much ‘mixing’ and because ered and got interested in the it. One day, he left, teller in many shows, saw the history of much of the land originally Narragansett heritage of used his hands out- a people in their story, as well as art, inhabited by Eastern Tribes stone wall making. I became doors, and “never craft and tradition, and that is what he have been occupied, there is fascinated with the fact that looked back.” sought to capture in his film “Stories in no way that Indian ways and the craft dated back over 400 beliefs could have been perLevitt’s film pivots Stone.” years, that many of the same petuated. In my opinion, our around Spears, who families who worked as film proves this to be false in worked with uncles masons hundreds of years and relatives, all masons, has been ignored and/or marginal- unexpected ways.” ago continue to do so, and In this instantly disposable quickly learning his craft. ized and the role, played by both that stone wall building Spears, over 70 years, built the U.S. government and the State world, Levitt said he never worries eventually became a way for around homes and build- of Rhode Island has been sani- when he sees a Narragansett wall Narragansett men to avoid being built. ings in Rhode Island, tized,” added Levitt. What sets their meticulous work millwork and how it served “I do, however, worry, when I Connecticut and Cape Cod. as a vehicle for the preservaThe finished 26-minute apart, said Levitt, is their four cen- see a new McDonald’s being contion of Native heritage.” documentary had pre- turies of doing it. “There are cer- structed. These walls are built from Levitt added that he miered on Rhode Island tainly other non-Native masons material that comes from the earth wanted people to be able to public television almost who do wonderful work in our and share veneration for the “slow down,” when they exactly a year before region. I think that the uniqueness inherent in art and Narragansett’s long history with craft,” said Levitt. “A hastily conwatched the delicately paced Spears’ death. movie and to notice the Filmed in both video and wall building has given them a structed subdivision, mall or fast beauty of the walls. film, it captured both the ‘leg-up,’ however, in that there is food restaurant has no relationship “I also wanted my audicommitment of the masons both a connection to, and venera- to its environment, no respect for ence to understand that the and the beauty of the parti- tion for, the past as well as just as beauty and its effect on those who Narragansetts were deeply tions, through advance importantly, a commitment to not lay their eyes upon or inhabit the integrated into the creation artistic expression informed get stuck there,” he said. “Many of building and have a regard only for of the walls, their history and by Native American the builders talk about the ‘leg- short-term financial return. This is ends’ or ‘high names’ of the past, not only apparent from the truths artistry, and that the building iconography. of walls was part of a familyIt further shed light on realizing that they have big shoes of economics, but from what is visbased apprenticeship sys- “Stories in Stone” is the first film that looks the lesser-known world of to fill and an opportunity to build ible and felt.” tem. Additionally, I was at the Narragansett wall-building tradition East Coast Native on this foundation to create their interested in how a task often from multiple perspectives, including tribal Americans, whose internal own ‘legend.’ Additionally, many “It’s a sad loss. He had the forced on the Narragansett affirmation. diversity was often used of the masons grew up surrounded biggest smile and the warmest was appropriated by them to against them in their by these walls and their artistry and heart, and he was a phenomenal suit their needs.” attempts to establish craftsmanship has soaked into their artist. I tell people that if they have souls since childhood.” a Spears fireplace, they can add tion for the sensual. He was one of “Tribal Identity.” “Many craftsmen in the tribe the wisest and kindest men I’d ever another $20,000 to the value of “There wasn’t one person in the “I build because I love it. Some their home. His work is just that developed a close, wonderful affin- met and I feel his loss greatly,” said film whom I wasn’t impressed ity with the stone. They could read Levitt. with as a human being,” said will do stone work, but they are just special.” — Paulla Dove the stone, so to speak. Anything Spears, who fathered 12 chil- Levitt. “All had a dedication to doing it to get paid. Get up to the Jennings, who once lived with the that was within the environment dren, died at age 92 in 2009. craft and a personal dignity that I top and get the money and then, Spears family, in Paul Davis’ that had presence, had spirit.” In a stirring obituary written in hope comes out in the film. Each gone. I don’t do (it) that way. I’m Providence Journal obituary of – Lloyd Wilcox, medicine man, the Providence Journal last year, person we interviewed demon- doing it to satisfy me. Not the Russell G. Spears Sr. “Stories in Stone” Anyone interested in purchasjournalist Paul Davis described strated a deep appreciation for the money. When I get through, I want During the shoot, Levitt devel- him this way, “Russell G. Spears craft and a veneration of nature and to be proud. I want to look at it and ing Marc Levitt and Lilach Dekel’s say, ‘You did a good job, Russ!’” “Stories in Stone” should go to oped a great friendship with Craig Sr., the Narragansett Indian who Tribal history. and Russell Spears, the elder of built stone walls, patios and fire“I know that there is still a — Russell G. Spears Sr., “Stories www.marclevitt.org whom was approaching his 90s, places across New England, died residue of racism towards them in Stone” (Editor’s note: This article orig“People seem to love this film, inally appeared in the New when filming began on the project Monday in South County Hospital, and that their role in the history of in 2002. Wakefield. Southern New England’s history including, most importantly, the England state supplement.) CEG “I got to know and respect all of those masons and elders in the film,” added Levitt. “Access to the Narragansetts was quite simple. 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Birmingham has long single-axle dumps and two been known as the “Magic front-end dumps (which City” due to its rapid growth operate like a large dust pan in the late 1800s. With railto pick up debris from street roads crisscrossing the comsweepers). The five T370 munity, the town sprang up, garbage trucks include three “just like magic,” say historiside-loaders and two 18-yard ans. Today the city is rear loaders. Alabama’s largest with 1.1 Four T370s are pickers or million people in the metrolimb loaders, which work politan area, and the banking with the city’s Department of and the medical industries Public Works. Four are shutare its mainstays. tle trucks with flatbeds that “It’s a can-do city,” said can pull self-dumping trailers Cedric Roberts, deputy for brush and demolition. director of fleet operations Two are street sprayers for for the city of Birmingham. work with sweepers or used “That goes all the way to our Cedric Roberts, deputy director of fleet operations of the city of for dust control. One is a work public works department, Birmingham in Alabama, stands next to one of the city’s 27 T370s. truck with a digger and an which handles road repairs, auger bit-equipped derrick to tree services, garbage pick drill telephone post holes. up and street cleaning, among other duties. Birmingham. The trucks were purchased The last T370 is used as an aerial bucket While other cities typically outsource many through Kenworth of Birmingham. truck. “Each application has different specs and of these responsibilities, we take pride in The Kenworth T370s are equipped with that shows the versatility of the T370 to PACCAR PX-6 engines rated at between handling them ourselves.” The city is responsible for 151 sq. mi. sur- match up to what we need,” said Roberts. 245 and 280 hp (182.6 and 209 kW), rounding Birmingham and operates a fleet of “We’re thrilled that we were able to get the depending upon the application, driven 2,300 vehicles, ranging from scooters up to Kenworths since, as with other government through Allison automatic transmissions. Class 7 and Class 8 trucks. The city recently agencies, there is a competitive bid process.” “The T370s are an upgrade from what our According to Roberts, the city operates drivers have been running,” said Roberts. put 27 Kenworth T370s, covering various applications, into service throughout 10 new T370 dump trucks, including eight “Drivers really like the comfort and the city

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The Sennebogen machines will process approximately 700 tons (635 t) of scrap this year. Upstate Shredding owns 13 Sennebogen cranes, most of which are model 835D.

Building the Fleet In 2005, Weitsman started to accumulate his fleet of Sennebogen cranes. Prior to that he had owned primarily excavators with elevated cabs and extended sticks for handling the scrap in his yards. He made the decision to convert his fleet to Sennebogen to take advantage of the machines’ 360-degree pick and lower fuel consumption The fuel consumption is approximately half of other machines because it is engineered for one purpose only, moving metal. It is not designed for breakout force as an excavator would be and everything is engineered towards lifting, not digging. The end result is considerably less fuel consumption, according to the manufacturer. Weitsman also received positive feedback from his operators, who preferred the elevating cab, the operating ease, the cab comfort, improved visibility and creature comforts including heated seats.

The Owego, N.Y., facility of Upstate Shredding has mountains of crushed vehicles waiting to be processed.

Entire cars are fed through the shredding machine at Upstate Shredding, resulting in a sorted and separated pile of shredded metal, each piece about the size of a toothpick.

Keeping Things Moving The material handlers operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week in continuous operation. “The performance has been stellar. We have been very pleased with the Sennebogen operations. Repair costs have been well within expectations. Parts availability from Tracey Road Equipment has been excellent. We purchased a service contract from Tracey Road Equipment and they handle all of our machine maintenance and scheduled service,” Weitsman said. “We try to be proactive when it comes to keeping our fleet see SENNEBOGEN page 70


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Upstate Shredding Sees Improved Customer Satisfaction

A truckload of crushed cars waits to be unloaded at the Owego, N.Y., facility of Upstate Shredding. SENNEBOGEN from page 67

running well and it makes a lot of sense to pay for factorytrained technicians to maintain our machines in lieu of dealing with equipment failures and downtime. Thus far we have had no major equipment failures and any time we have needed repair Tracey Road Equipment has had us up and running within a day. The Sennebogen machines and the support from Tracey Road Equipment have exceeded our expectations. That’s why we have converted our entire fleet to The Owego, N.Y., plant of Upstate Shredding is one of the largest shredding plants in the United States. Sennebogen and all of our future expansion plans include Sennebogen. “Another advantage to the Sennebogen is improving our customer satisfaction,” Weitsman added. “Our customers are the owners of the truckloads of crushed cars that are delivered to our facility each day. To them time is money and the Sennebogen machines dramatically improved our unload time. Our entire facility is on a concrete slab. Tracked machines virtually destroy the slab. The Sennebogen machines are rubber-tired and do no damage to our facility’s flooring. “Additionally, when the machines need to be moved the Sennebogen machines move significantly faster than the undercarriage machines. Another big plus to rubber tires is that rubber tires equals no undercarriage and undercarriages eat up parts and are costly to maintain.” Upstate Shredding currently has two operations in Owego and facilities in Syracuse, Ithaca, and Binghamton, and later this year will open facilities in Rochester, N.Y.; and Scranton, Pa. For more information, visit www.upstateshredding.com or www.sennebogen-na.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

A Sennebogen crane drops entire automobiles into the shredder at Upstate Shredding’s facility in Owego, N.Y.


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Toro Hydraulic Breaker Ideal for Multiple Projects

The MTH series of attachments are categorized as asphalt grinders and are positioned in the marketplace for the purpose of full-depth reclamation or “inplace milling,” which simply requires compaction and becomes a quality sub base for asphalt overlay.

The MTH series is a lineup of three models of PTO driven attachments for milling asphalt and concrete in place.

Asphalt Grinders…

FAE Unveils MTH Line of Attachments FAE USA has combined its experience in engineering and removal. The “A” type teeth rotors for the MTH series will development of its soil stabilizer and stump grinder attach- be available for sale at a later date. ment line and put that same technology into manufacturing With the new rotor design on the MTH incorporating its new multi-task heavy (MTH) series of attachments. more teeth, increases in efficiency for specifically grinding Although positioned in the market place as road stabiliza- asphalt is obtained. tion units, the MTH series has the versatility for “multi-taskAlthough the MTH series has the ability to crush rock, that ing” as a soil stabilizer, stone crusher, is not the primary design and funcasphalt shredder and forestry tiller, tion of these attachments as FAE according to the manufacturer. already has a line of dedicated purThe MTH series is a lineup of three pose designed rock crushers on the models of PTO driven attachments for market. milling asphalt and concrete in place. FAE USA’s Giorgio Carera said, Water sprayers can be added and bind“we’ve always had the ability to ing agents such as cement, lime or new process asphalt with our soil stabilizgeneration of polymers can be added, ers. But that was always considered a as well, for use as a traditional stabilizsecondary benefit to these attacher. ments and not the recommended sinThe models all have a working FAE’s cutter heads. gular purpose. Now, it becomes the depth of 12 to 20 in. (30.5 to 51 cm) primary feature-benefit of the MTH and a working width of 82 in. (208 cm) attachment with the secondary being for the MTH 200 GV model, 90 in. (228 cm) for the MTH forestry tilling, mixing, and processing asphalt. We feel the 225 GV and 100 in. (254 cm) for the MTH 250 GV. All three multiple functions of the MTH puts us ahead of the compemodels can be powered by a standard four-wheel drive agri- tition.” cultural tractor with a rating of 280 to 360 hp (208 to 268 The MTH series of attachments are categorized as asphalt kW) using the “creeper gear” or IVT style transmission. grinders, and positioned in the marketplace for the purpose The transmission of the MTH series is entirely mechani- of full-depth reclamation or “in-place milling” which simply cal to allow transfer of as much power from the tractor PTO requires compaction and becomes a quality sub base for directly to the rotor. Rotor revolutions have been reduced to asphalt overlay. FAE representatives said this is not intended 190 rpm to allow maximum torque to be transferred to the for interstate work but is the ultimate way of reclamation and material being stabilized. The key feature of the MTH that repaving of non-interstate county roads. After reclamation allows for total versatility of the attachment is the use of a and “rolling” the base meets or exceeds the engineering spec variable displacement chamber (VDC). This is simply a for compaction the MTH can mill through the existing fixed structural frame with an independent internal frame (or asphalt road base and all or part of the sub base below it for chamber) that houses the rotor, which is hydraulically adjust- an even mix of recycled asphalt and original road surface sub ed for desired digging depth through the use of two power- base. ful cylinders. This makes the machine more efficient for digThe overall MTH attachment design is based on the origging depth and overall quality of grinding and mixing, inal technology of the FAE SSH line of soil stabilizers, but according to the manufacturer. incorporates a different style drum and more teeth for a more The versatility of these attachments comes from changing homogeneous and even mix of “milled” material. Instead of the rotor configuration. Using the typical bullet teeth, milling a fixed rotor, it now moves independently from the outer can be accomplished just like a standard road profiler or scar- frame. ifier. Using FAE’s “A” type teeth makes the attachment an For more information, call 877-FAEUSA-1 or visit efficient forestry tiller or stump grinder and for light asphalt www.faeusa.com.

The Toro hydraulic breaker uses 175 ft.-lbs. of force and delivers 1,200 blows per minute to break materials to a depth of 11 in. (28 cm).

The Toro hydraulic breaker attachment, for use with Dingo compact utility loaders, simplifies the tough job of breaking concrete, asphalt, rock or brick. The Toro hydraulic breaker uses 175 ft.-lbs. of force and delivers 1,200 blows per minute to break materials to a depth of 11 in. (28 cm). Ideal for breaking up footings, sidewalks, foundations and other solid structures, the breaker features a multi-position mounting head, allowing users to break materials in both horizontal and vertical positions. The hydraulic breaker utilizes Toro Dingo’s hydraulic system, which produces up to 12 gpm (45 Lpm) of flow at 3,000 psi of hydraulic power. The Dingo’s versatility allows users to switch from the hydraulic breaker attachment to a bucket attachment for cleanup in under a minute. Using the Toro Dingo quick-attach system, the hydraulic breaker quickly and easily attaches to any of the compact utility loaders by simply turning two locking pins and connecting two hydraulic lines, according to the manufacturer. Unlike larger breakers, the Toro Dingo equipped with the hydraulic breaker can work in tight or confined spaces, eliminating time-consuming manual labor. Clear sight lines to all moving parts of the attachment allow users control and operation to complete jobs quickly and efficiently, according to the manufacturer. The hydraulic breaker is one of more than 35 attachments in the Toro Dingo system to meet the needs of any contractor or homeowner. Other attachments include an auger, trencher, vibratory plow, stump grinder, backhoe, leveler, tiller, cultivator, hydraulic blade, adjustable forks, tree forks, two-stage snowthrower, rotary broom, several sizes of buckets and more. For more information, call 800/344-8676 or visit www.toro.com/dingo.

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Getting Bigger. Getting Better.

Introducing the new Powerscreen® Warrior 2400, specially designed for large scale operators in the quarrying and mining sectors. Featuring a heavy duty incline screen, the Warrior 2400 is capable of handling large feed sizes, lending it to screening, scalping, 2 or 3 way splitting and stockpiling a range of materials. The Warrior 2400 has an output potential of up to 771 US tons per hour while remaining simple to operate, maintain and transport. Powerscreen combines global resources, decades of experience and in-depth industry knowledge to deliver a complete range of crushers, screens and wash plants to match your needs. You can depend on your Powerscreen dealer for knowledgeable advice, skilled installation and responsive local support. Together, we help you become more productive and cost efficient. Powerscreen 11001 Electron Drive Louisville, Kentucky 40299 Tel: +1 502 736 5233 Email: gerald.mccarthy@powerscreen.com Web: www.powerscreen.com Powerscreen is a registered trademark of Terex GB Ltd in the United States of America and many other countries. © 2010 Terex Corporation.


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Metso Expanding With Appointment of Scott Snyder

Metso has appointed Scott Snyder to the position of product manager, vibrating product line.

Metso has appointed Scott Snyder to the position of product manager, vibrating product line, North America. The appointment is effective July 1, 2010, and Snyder will be based in Metso’s York, Pa., office. “We are delighted to welcome Scott to the Metso team,” said Greg Albert, Global vice president, vibrating equipment, Metso. “He brings an extensive knowledge and expertise in screening, instrumentation and process control systems.” Snyder will assume the leadership of Metso’s vibrating equipment product line for the North American mining, construction, and mobile equipment markets. This will include the establishment and development of manufacturing operations at Metso’s Columbia, S.C., facility. The focus of Snyder’s position will be the introduction of Metso’s global product lines, which are new to the North American construction and mining markets. “Introduction of the proven Metso global construction and mining product lines, in combination with all the other industry leading Metso products, will be an exciting time for the industry. My team’s goal is to become the industry benchmark for vibrating equipment,” said Snyder. Prior to joining Metso, Snyder was a director of Schenk Mining North America, and was president and founder of International Precision Controls Inc., which commercialized analyzer technology for coal, power and mineral mining applications. For more information, visit www.metso.com.


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KPI-JCI, Astec Mobile Topcon Acquires InlandGEO Names New Sales Director KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens recently introduced Dave McCracken as its new international sales director. McCracken will cover the Latin American and Caribbean territories for all track mounted products. This newly created position will allow for increased exposure of the KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens brands into these specific regions. McCracken brings to this position nearly two decades of experience, including his prior position as sales management in Latin America for McCloskey International. He previously served KPI-JCI for 14 years covering the Northeastern portion of the United States as a regional sales manager. “We are all very excited to welcome Dave back,” said Mike Johnson, vice president of sales and marketing of KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens. “He spent fourteen years with us and really knows our products and our companies. We have decided to take an aggressive approach to developing

Dave McCracken is KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens new international sales director.

these markets and are pleased Dave is heading that effort.” For more information, visit www.kpijci.com/track-mount.

Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) has acquired InlandGEO, one of Topcon’s top performing distributors. InlandGEO is headquartered in Madrid, Spain, and has four additional offices in Spain, two in Portugal and one in the Canary Islands. In addition to continuing to distribute Topcon and Sokkia positioning products to the construction and survey markets in Spain and Portugal, InlandGEO will become the headquarters for distribution and support for Topcon precision agriculture products in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Established in 1987, InlandGEO “has a deep knowledge of the positioning industry, starting with lasers, machine control and precision land leveling systems,” said Ray O’Connor, TPS president and CEO. “This acquisition reinforces InlandGEO as a premiere Topcon and Sokkia distributor in Spain and Portugal, and now provides the opportunity for rapid growth of Topcon’s position in precision agricultural markets all across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.” From 1993 through 2005, InlandGEO was a top European distributor of Trimble positioning products. It acquired one of the world’s largest Sokkia dealers in 2002, and then acquired Topcon distribution for Spain and Portugal in 2005. O’Connor also announced that Carlos

Monreal, InlandGEO president and CEO, will remain president of the company, in addition to his current duties as vice president of global agriculture for Topcon Precision Agriculture (TPA), and he will be responsible for TPA’s European operations. TPA is a business unit of TPS and is led by Albert Zahalka, senior vice president and general manager of the division. Tony Hirayama, former executive vice president of TPS and president and CEO of TPA, as well as holding several positions with Topcon Corporation in Tokyo, will assume the position of CEO of InlandGEO. Dave Mudrick, president of Topcon America Corporation, the holding company for TPS, will be chairman of the InlandGEO board of directors. Ewout Korpershoek, managing director of Topcon Europe Positioning, Ivan Di Federico, TPS senior vice president of global engineering, and O’Connor round out the board of directors. Monreal praised the acquisition, saying, “The global scope of the new board of directors, with officers from Europe, the United States and Japan shows a strong commitment to InlandGEO and its expanded customer base. This acquisition is a very positive step for Topcon, InlandGEO, the company’s employees, customers and potential customers.” For more information, call 925/245-8300 or visit www.topconpositioning.com.

CaterpillarInc. Names Frank Topcon Positioning Systems Crespo New Vice President Unveils Grader, Slope Sensor Caterpillar Inc. announced July 30 that its board of directors has appointed Frank Crespo as a vice president of the company. He will serve as Caterpillar’s chief procurement officer with responsibility for the Global Purchasing Division. Crespo will join the company on Aug. 16 and will report to Group President Steve Wunning, who has responsibility for Resource Industries. Crespo is currently vice president and chief procurement officer for Honeywell International, a $31 billion company located in Morristown, N.J. Crespo graduated from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., with an engineering degree and earned his MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. “We are fortunate to bring Frank on board with Caterpillar, and I know he will build on his proven track record of leadership, supply chain management and low cost country sourcing that will bring Caterpillar’s supply chain performance to the next level,” said Group President Steve Wunning. “He brings an extensive record of driving successful supplier collaboration, which is one of the

nine key operating principles embedded in Caterpillar’s enterprise strategy.” Prior to joining Honeywell, Crespo was the director of global category management at Electronic Data Systems in Plano, Texas, where he was responsible for creating a global commodity management structure across each business unit. Before joining Electronic Data Systems, Crespo was the vice president of Semiconductor Materials for Praxair Inc. Prior to this role, he was the vice president of global procurement and materials management for Praxair Inc. Crespo also served in senior procurement roles for Texas Instruments Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Company. Following his graduation from the Naval Academy, Crespo served as a Nuclear Submarine Officer in both Vallejo, Calif., and Norfolk, Va., as the department head for supply, where he managed a large inventory and logistics budget for the Navy. He concluded his active duty career as a defense contract specialist for the Naval Sea Systems Command in Washington, D.C. Crespo went on to serve an additional 18 years in the Naval Reserve and retired as a captain.

Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) recently unveiled a slope sensor for graders and dozers. The upgraded sensor is a simple drop-in replacement for existing sensors. Its main features include improved cross slope performance in a wide temperature range; backward compatible to Topcon’s Systems Four and Five machine control systems; and LED status lights makes trouble-shooting easier and faster. For more information, visit www.topconpositioning.com.


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2009 (New / Unused) JCI FT5162I Track Mounted 5’x16’ Double Deck Screening Plant, with Heavy Duty 48”Apron Feeder. 2008 Pioneer FT2640 Track Mounted Jaw Crushing Plant. 2008 (New / Unused) Pioneer 620E3 Portable Screening Plant, Electric. 2008 Astec Mobile Screens 710T Track Mounted Screening Plant, with Fines Conveyor. 2008 Custom 30”x 50’ Radial Stacking Conveyor, Electric Drive. 2008 Custom 30”x 50’ Radial Stacking Conveyor, Electric Drive.

1101 Maple Road • Elma, NY 14059

716-655-1101

Toll Free: 888-655-1101 Fax: 716-655-0374 www.baschmann.com

Elliott & Frantz Inc. Signs on as New Morbark Dealer Morbark has signed a dealer agreement with Elliott & Frantz Inc., based in King of Prussia, Pa. Elliott & Frantz Inc. will sell and service Morbark’s recycling and forestry product lines in Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia, from its branch locations located in Jessup, Md., and Delmar, Del. Founded in 1962, Elliott & Frantz Inc. has comprehensive experience in the construction equipment industry. It maintains a parts inventory in excess of 2 million dollars and a complete fleet of service vehicles. “We feel that aligning Morbark with a dealership as reputable as Elliott & Frantz will be a benefit for both companies and the customers being served,” said John Foote, vice president of sales and marketing at Morbark. “Their years of experience and focus on the customer, coupled with the personnel they’re adding for our product line, should meet all of our customer’s needs.” “We are very pleased to be partnered with Morbark. We feel the Morbark line will enhance our current product lines and give us a presence in the forestry and recycling segments,” said President of Elliott & Frantz Robert Schaeffer. For more information, visit www.elliottfrantz.com or www.morbark.com.

This public service announcement is sponsored by Construction Equipment Guide.


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! tru e mo bility ! hig h cap acity ! reli abilit y ! ver satilit y ! inte lligen ce

Top contractors know value Lokotrack LT Series Crush more material, minimize downtime and build profitability. Top contractors know the value of Lokotrack jaw, cone and impactor plants from Metso. Whether you’re tackling hard rock, demolition or recycling material, you can expect reliable, efficient crushing performance from Lokotrack – backed by world-class service and support.

www.metso.com

Lokotrack LT96 Jaw Plant BINDER MACHINERY CO. Contractor & recycling customers in New Jersey

WHITNEY & SON, INC.

Aggregates, quarry, contractor & recycling customers in CT, MA, ME, NH, RI and VT

www.bindermachinery.com

914/738-5100

908/561-9000 856/767-5900

Aggregates & quarry customers in New York City and surrounding counties

www.ehrbar.com 4 Executive Plaza Yonkers, NY 10701

2820 Hamilton Blvd. South Plainfield, NJ 07080 201 North Route 73 Winslow Twp., NJ 08095

EDWARD EHRBAR, INC.

www.whitneyandson.com 95 Kelley Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420

800/245-5472 978/343-6353 Fax: 978/343-6586 info@whitneyandson.com

Long Island: 601 Coates Ave Holbrook, NY

631/563-7600 New York City

718/626-3331

CB CON-AGG

MILTON CAT

Contractor & recycling customers in state of New York

www.miltoncat.com 55 Industrial Park Drive Binghamton, NY 13904

607/772-6500 294 Ainsley Drive Syracuse, NY 13210

315/476-9981 500 Commerce Drive Clifton Park, NY 12065

518/877-8000 4610 E. Saile Drive Batavia, NY 14020

585/815-6200

Aggregates, quarry, contractor & recycling customers in PA 1500 S. Altamont Blvd. Frackville, PA

www.cbconagg.com 5300 Paxton Street Harrisburg, PA 17111

717/564-2121 Old Town Rd & Rte. 879 Clearfield, PA

2995 Stewart Drive State College, PA

570/874-3560

814/237-8338

146 Rose St. Indiana, PA

Rt. 54 & I 180 (Exit 5) Turboville, PA

724/463-8743

570/538-2551

3105 Route 219 Lantz Corners, PA

Wilkes-Barre Twp. Blvd. Wilkes-Barre, PA

814/778-5250

570/822-8141

US Rt. 6 East Mansfield, PA

4326 Oregon Pike Lancaster, PA

814/765-1611

570/662-7171

717/859-4905

11 Progress Drive Cranberry Twp., PA

4565 William Penn Hwy. Murrysville, PA

309 Foothills Lane Mount Pleasant, PA

724/776-7660

724/327-1300

724/696-4080

3950 Depot Road Erie, PA

168 Industrial Park Road Somerset, PA

590 Suscon Road Pittston, PA

814/898-3388

814/445-7915

570/883-1044


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INCREASE RAP USAGE Ephrata, PA (717) 625-2800

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

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

Pennsylvania, Delaware & Maryland Todd Weikel - (717) 773-5825 • todd@keystonecrushers.com

IROCK Crushers Launches Parts On-Line Option On-line parts ordering is now available from the IROCK Crushers Web site, enabling all IROCK equipment owners and dealers to log on to the Web site at any time of the day and order replacement parts for their impact crushing equipment. The on-line parts ordering also allows owners of an older model IROCK Crusher access to parts as well. “The fact that our customers can now order parts on-line gives them maximum flexibility and ensures they can get what they need when they have to replace their parts inventory or keep equipment running in the field,” said Sean Donaghy, national sales manager of IROCK Crushers. “Now more than ever contractors and dealers need their equipment suppliers to service them with short lead times and quality replacement parts. With just a couple clicks and some quick information, our customers can order what they need on their own time.” IROCK Crushers manufactures and sells Rock Crushing Equipment throughout North America and has been in business for more than 20 years. IROCK equipment is primarily used by demolition contractors, recycling facilities that process concrete and asphalt and for aggregate production in rock quarries. For more information, call 866/240-0201 or visit www.IROCKCrushers.com.


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100%

rock star

(always an outstanding performance)

If you’re looking for maximum productivity with minimum maintenance, take a look at the Komatsu BR380JG-1. With a 180HP engine and a production output of 55 to 265 U.S. tons per hour, it’s ideal for crushing concrete debris or natural stone. And a one-touch setting adjustment gives you total control over the crushing capacity. For equipment that always gives 100%, choose machines that are 100% Komatsu.

100% Komatsu.

866.513.5778

www.komatsuamerica.com

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© 2005 Komatsu America Corp.

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MIDLANTIC MACHINERY INC.

ANDERSON Corporate Headquarters Pittsburgh 1000 Washington Pike Bridgeville Pa 15017 412/343 2300 Clearfield Pa 814/756-5311 Clarion Pa 814/226-4100 Cambridge Springs Pa 814/398-8899

Somerset Pa 814/443-2867 Albany, NY 518/785-4500 Buffalo, NY 716/877-1992 Endicott, NY 607/748-3400 Olean, NY 716/372-8822

Rochester, NY 585/334-6770 Syracuse, NY 315/463-8673 Watertown, NY 315/788-5572 Fairmont, WV 304/366-3075 Charleston, WV 304/756-2800

Manchester, NH 603/627-7696 Cumberland, ME 207/829-5503 Bangor, ME 207/942-0177 East Montpelier, VT 802/223-9689

2240 Bethlehem Pike Hatfield, PA 19440 215/822-0145 Harrisburg, PA 717/652-3190 Wilkes-Barre, PA 570/824-9891 Downingtown, PA 610/518-5870

Delmar, DE 302/846-0224 Odessa, DE 302/449-2850 Baltimore, MD 410/247-2100

EAST PBE, INC. 283 Pane Road Newington, CT 06111 860/665-7470 Fax: 860/665-7478

PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT INC. Pine Bush Office 97 Rt. 302 P.O. Box 106 Pine Bush, NY 12566 845/744-2006 Fax: 845/744-2900 www.pbeinc.com Holmes Office 24 Sybil Court Holmes, NY 12531 845/878-4004 Fax: 845/878-9626


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These Grinders Mean Business.

Visit One of These DuraTech Dealers Today! Chadwick-BaRoss Inc.

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160 Warren Avenue â&#x20AC;˘ Westbrook, ME 04092 800-262-5714 207-854-8411 Fax: 207-856-2995 www.chadwick-baross.com

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Wm. Biers, Inc.

PO Box 1940 â&#x20AC;˘ Jamestown, ND 58402-1940

Port of Albany, NY 12202 518-434-2747 Fax: 518-434-2754 www.wmbiers.com

U-SCREEN C-36

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Construction Equipment Co. 18650 SW Pacific Highway ‡ Tualatin, Oregon 97062  ‡ID[   www.ceccrushers.com

The PRODUCT you want.... The PRODUCTION you need.... 102x115 Track Mounted Impactor

6x16 Screen-It

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....At a PRICE you can afford W.I. CLARK CO.

6640 State Rte 5 Nelliston, NY 518/993-2100 New York

2550 W. Cumberland Street Lebanon, PA 17042 717/273-2616 Fax: 717/273-5928 Sellersville, PA • 215/258-5700 Lewisberry, PA • 717/938-6568 Bethlehem, PA • 610/867-4657 Pennsylvania

30 Barnes Industrial Park Rd. Wallingford, CT 06492 203/265-6781 Fax: 203/294-1216

15 Station Road Brookfield, CT 06804 203/775-1203 Fax: 203/740-2579 www.wiclark.com 80 Pratt Road Plainfield, CT 06374 860/642-3500 • 860/642-3507

Connecticut


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TERRIFIC VALUES ON REMANUFACTURED TRAMAC BREAKERS 6 MONTH WARRANTY INCLUDED

MB 750 Breaker Features Double Retainer Bar System

RETAIL & DEALER FINANCING AVAILABLE

Tramac SC-22, 550 Ft/Lb Breaker $4,956 LIST PRICE Tramac V1600, 7500 Ft/Lb Breaker $47,082 LIST PRICE Tramac V56, 12,000 Ft/Lb Breaker Like New, Only Used in Demo, 1 Year Warranty $115,000 LIST PRICE Tramac V65, 15,000 Ft/Lb Breaker $145,730 LIST PRICE Geith Precision MTP-200 Multiprocessor w/Concrete Jaw Like New, Only Used in Demo, Includes Concrete Jaws $47,082 LIST PRICE Geith Precision PRT-180 Rotating Pulverizer Like New, Only Used in Demo $31,636 LIST PRICE Geith Precision MTP-350 Multiprocessor w/Concrete Jaw $73,283 LIST PRICE Additional Remanufactured Units Available

For more information, please contact your Tramac Dealer or Customer Service at (866)472-4373 customerservice@diiattachments.com

A new feature on the MB 750 is the double retainer bar system, which maximizes the service of the tool and retainer system.

The MB 750, Atlas vibrations that could be Copco’s recent addition to detrimental to both the carits line of medium-duty rier and the operator. hydraulic breakers, brings A new feature on the MB power, dependability and 750 is the double retainer flexibility to the job site. bar system, which maxiWith high efficiency and mizes the service of the tool output-to-weight ratio, the and retainer system. Extra MB 750 also features a new long retainer bars provide a double retainer bar system maximum contact surface and DustProtector II to to the tool and the lower maximize the service life of hammer, and they can be the tool. used on both sides for Powered by a combinaextended service life. tion of oil and gas, the MB Double retainer bars offer 750 recovers energy by higher wear resistance than maximizing the recoil a retainer pin and are a relieffect. This boosts the outable and proven locking put power of the breaker system for the locking pins, without increasing the according to the manufachydraulic input power of the turer. carrier, which results in less The MB 750 also is availfuel consumption during able with the DustProtector Powered by a combina- II, a two-stage sealing sysoperation. The MB 750 also tion of oil and gas, the MB tem with coarse and fine achieves greater perform- 750 recovers energy by strippers that prevents the the recoil penetration of abrasive dust ance and productivity with- maximizing effect. out adding weight to the into the lower section of the carrier or requiring the use breaker. DustProtector II of a larger carrier to handle the load. In also keeps the lubricant around the wear addition, the MB 750’s general versatility bushing for a longer period of time, lowerand compatibility with a broad spectrum of ing grease consumption. The system excavators means more options on the job reduces wear on the bushings and the hamsite, according to the manufacturer. mer and protects against damage. Atlas Copco breakers are among the quiThe MB 750 is ideal for secondary etest on the market, and the MB 750 is no breaking, demolition, excavation and exception at 118 dB (A). Atlas Copco���s trenching, tunneling, and special applicaVibroSilenced system isolates the percus- tions such as underwater — or any job that sion mechanism acoustically from the calls for a hydraulic breaker. external guide system. Moreover, the For more information, visit VibroSilenced system prevents damaging www.atlascopco.us.


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CRUSHING EQUIPMENT, PARTS & SERVICE

(860) 429-2793 • Fax: (860) 429-0542

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

Don Bayer • (518) 527-1910 John Patton • (860) 429-2793 Bill Dahill • (203) 314-2113

Go to www.acecrushers.com for a complete listing and description of our new and used equipment.

TELSMITH model SBS Cone Crushers are the most efficient and cost effective cone crushers available today. In models ranging from the 38SBS (200hp) up to the 68SBS (600hp) with capacities that can exceed 900 tons per hour, the SBS is designed to deliver consistent performance for decades. 52 SBS BARE CONE AND PORTABLE IN STOCK IN CONNECTICUT

The QUARRYTRAX model TJ3258 offers hydraulic adjustment, overload relief, higher production yields, less maintenance, fewer repair parts, an ability to safely clear the crushing chamber following an emergency shutdown, handheld wireless controls, PLC controls and sonar level sensors.

TELSMITH QUARRY-TRAX Model TJ3258 is designed for the serious contractor or aggregate producer. It is a high production, track mobile, primary jaw crushing plant.

IN STOCK IN CONNECTICUT CALL TO SCHEDULE A DEMONSTRATION

USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE GENERATORS

CRUSHERS TELSMITH 52H Cone Portable Plant, Just Rebuilt ..............................................$245,000 TELSMITH 3646 BARE JAW, Excellent Condition ..........................................$185,000

For over a hundred years, Telsmith has designed and manufactured in the United States of America.

Eagle Impactor Portable Plant 1000-15CC, Rebuilt ..............................................$225,000 Eagle 1536 Jaw Portable Plant, Excellent Condition ..........................................$140,000

Caterpillar Generator 725 KW Prime Power, s/n 2WJ02025 ....................................$75,000 Caterpillar Generator 350 KW, s/n 2WB01444 ............................................................$30,000

DID YOU KNOW?

Crushers should operate for decades. With that standard in mind, Telsmith designs, manufactures and services a range of jaw, cone and impact crushers as well as single-deck to quad-deck screens.


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REMU Screening Buckets

Even more productive than big trommels!

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Sheldon ‘Red’Mandell Saluted for Lifetime Achievement Sheldon J. “Red” Mandell, Chicago demolition industry veteran and first president of the National Demolition Association (NDA), received the association’s Lifetime Achievement Award for the influential role he played in the growth of the association. He currently serves as chairman of the board of National Wrecking Company, a family-owned business he has managed since 1952. “Red helped launch the National Demolition Association [then called the National Association of Demolition Contractors] 37 years ago when it was then a small group of member companies looking to raise the professionalism and image of our industry,” said Michael R. Taylor, executive director of the association. “Today, the association has grown to 1,000 member companies in North America and around the world involved in a highly sophisticated industry requiring knowledge in engineer- Sheldon J. “Red” Mandell (L), chairman of the board of the National Wrecking Company in Chicago, is ing, mechanical and electrical presented with the National Demolition Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award by Richard Adamo systems, and environmental regu- of Adamo Demolition Company, Detroit, Mich., chairperson of the association’s awards committee.

lations.” The NDA’s Lifetime Achievement Award was presented recently at the association’s 37th Annual Convention in Las Vegas. Mandell held the position of NDA president from 1973 through 1975 and also served on the executive committee and the board of directors for five years. At the same time, he was shepherding the National Wrecking Company into the national spotlight as a premier demolition services organization. Over the years, his firm has demolished in excess of 100,000 structures for more than 1,500 clients. Its experience includes the demolition of heavy industrial buildings, skyscrapers, large commercial structures, bridges, refineries, smokestacks, towers, and residential properties. In addition to the full range of demolition activities, the company also handles environmental remediation services. For more information, visit www.demolitionassociation.com.


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EFM Logo - 2C - Black & PMS 876 Bronze

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


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Powerscreen Phoenix 1600, #S1728, 1000 hours, 5’ x 16’ wheel drive drum, radial fines conv, oversize conc, grid ......................$99,000

Powerscreen Phoenix 1200, #S1707, 600 hours, 5’ x 12’ wheel drive drum, radial fines conveyor ............................................$105,000

Powerscreen Phoenix 2100, #S1948, 800 hours, 6’ x 21’ wheel drive drum, radial fines conv, oversize cov ..............................$199,000

Powerscreen 820, #S1445, 1000 hours, 8’ x 20’ drum, pan feeder, dines & oversize conveyors ........................................................$99,000

Retech Magum & conveyors, #U153, 4100 hours, 7’ x 27’ drum, 60’ fines conv, 30’ oversize conv ..............................................$69,000

Kiverco 620 tracked, #S2064, NEW 6’ x 20’ punch plate spiral drum, track unit, fines & oversize conv..............................................POR

Cedarapids Cobratrak 1100 Jaw, #S1816, 30” x 42” Jaw, 1700 hours, Cummins eng, Direct drive via fluid coupler ........................$250,000

Cedarapids Cobratrak 1100 Jaw, #S1889, 30” x 42” Jaw, 750 hours, Cummins eng, Direct drive via fluid coupler ........................$275,000

Cedarapids JPR 3054, #S1946, NEW 30” x 54” Tesab 643 impactor, #U218, 36” rotor, closed Jaw, 200 HP electric motor, 52” x 20’ VGF, circuit unit, 4’ x 6’ screen, 2300 hours, reject Mobile chassis....................................$399,000 grid ....................................................$129,000

Pegson 428 Trakpactor, #U196, 3500 hours, 42” wide rotor, track unit, magnet......$250,000

5 Bay enclosed picking station, #S2053, NEW 4 picking station + magnet, cabin enclosure, control panel, fully assembled ............$199,000

Keestrak Pioneer, #U195, 2300 hours, 5’ x 16’ 2 deck, track unit, apron feeder, 3 conveyors.... ............................................................$89,000

Powerscreen Commander 1400, #U217, 1850 hours, shredder, 5’ x 11’ 2 deck screen ............ ............................................................$99,000

Powerscreen Powergrid 800, #U181, 3900 hours, 7’ x 10’ 2 deck scapler ..............$59,000

Powerscreen Warrior 1800, #S1418, 2500 hours, 5’ x 16’ 2 deck screen, track unit, 3 stockpiling conveyors ........................$139,000


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

Tough and rugged, the Terex® RT 130 is the crane of choice for the most demanding rough terrain applications. Other Terex® Cranes Products: Telescopic Truck Cranes Boom Trucks

All Terrain Cranes Crawler Cranes

Lattice Boom Truck Cranes Tower Cranes

Rough Terrain Cranes

Terex Cranes Waverly Waverly, IA Tel 319 352 3920 • Fax 319-352-5727 www.terex-cranes.com inquire@terexwaverly.com © 2008 Terex Corporation • Terex is a registered trademark of Terex Corporation in the United States of America and many other countries.

For Your Local Terex Dealer, Please Contact: Waverly Operations 106 12th Street S.E. Waverly, IA 50677 USA Phone: (319) 352-3920 Fax: (319) 352-9395 email: inquire@terexwaverly.com web: http://www.terex-cranes.com


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Pajamas optional. Operators spend more time in their cabs than they do in bed. That’s why the new Dash-3 cab is the most comfortable, operator-friendly work environment on an excavator today. Shock isolation. More interior space. Added legroom. A multilingual, widescreen, color LCD monitor. An adjustable suspension seat with wider seatback. Plus 47-percent more glass on the right-hand side for improved visibility. See how much gets done when operators are really comfortable. Not to mention content. Let them work in a new Zaxis Dash-3 Excavator. www.hitachiconstruction.com

EQUIPMENT COMPANY Pittsburgh, PA 412/741-1731

30 Barnes Industrial Park Rd Wallingford, CT 06810 203/265-6781

Clearfield, PA 814/765-8500

Brookfield, CT 06804 203/775-1203

Charleston, WV 304/755-7788

Plainfield, CT 06374 860/546-4808

80 Southbridge Rd. North Oxford, MA 01537 508/987-8786 Billerica, MA 01862 978/667-4345 Plymouth, MA 02363 508/830-9997 No. Swansea, MA 02777 508/379-9810 Springfield, MA 01104 413/543-5595

118 St. Nicholas Ave. South Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 800/241-7070 Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 800/321-8080 Lumberton, NJ 08048 609/267-2020 888/217-0600 Beacon, NY 12508 845/831-1800 800/724-0725


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TRUST Leadership Air Compressors Generators Light Towers Light Compaction

Absolute Equipment

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

Highway Equipment & Supply Co. Route 309 Drums, PA 18222 (570) 788-1127

4500 Paxton St. Harrisburg, PA 17111 (717) 564-3031 200 Burkholder Drive Ephrata, PA 17522 (717) 859-3132 122 Fritz Road Lock Haven, PA 17745 (570) 769-1070

doosanportablepower.com © 2010 Doosan Infracore

Liftech Equipment Companies

241 Paul Rd. Rochester, NY 14624 (585) 328-6380 (800) 339-9651 Fax: (585) 328-3622 4381 Walden Ave. Lancaster, NY 14086 (716) 684-9045 (800) 284-9580 Fax: (716) 684-9044

Penn Jersey Machinery

120 Gordon Drive Lionville, PA 19341 (610) 363-9200 61 County Line Road Somerville, NJ 08876 (908) 218-1919 1330 Hurfville Road Deptford, NJ 08096 (856) 227-6400 331 Edward Curry Ave. Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 889-0105

Trask-Decrow Machinery

W.I. Clark

95 Main St. South Portland, ME 04106 (800) 287-1538 Fax: (207) 799-4063

30 Barnes Industrial Park Rd. Wallingford, CT (203) 265-6787 www.wiclark.com

Walter S. Pratt & Son

Brookfield, CT (203) 775-1203

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

Franklin, CT (860) 642-3500


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Change, Challenges, Hard Choices; How to Manage Change If there’s one word that captures the essence of what is occurring in the world today, it’s “change.” Downsizing, reorganizing and cutting costs, are now the norm when it comes to surviving during this economic slow down. No industry is exempt; there are no sacred cows. Even the most venerable and conservative institutions are undergoing significant change just to survive. For this industry, in spite of the improvement that many equipment distributors are reporting, a full recovery is not predicted to occur in the immediate future.

The Challenge of Change

No one likes the change that has occurred — least of all an equipment distributor — especially when it is a negative turn of events that dramatically impacts their bottom line. The difficulty is even more pronounced after an era of relatively solid growth and strong revenues. Unfortunately, while it may not be easy, you need to deal with it the best that you can. For those who have made a conscious decision to make it though these tough times, their survival instincts have kicked in. They have decided to meet these challenges head on and move forward. They have assessed which changes they can control and which ones they cannot. By adopting this mindset, they are in a better position to meet additional challenges they will confront as they strive to carry their dealer organization forward.

Making Hard Choices

Today’s distributor will have to get even tougher to make the hard choices and difficult decisions that will continue to face them in the months ahead. They will have to dig in their heels and fight. Accepting that the world has changed and knowing that the organization must change as well is the first step in a long process. What worked in the past will not necessarily work in the new business environment. Smarter decisions will have to be made, new ways of doing business will have to be uncovered and the required organizational changes will have to be made to ensure survival and what constitutes the new success.

Managing Change Effectively

Once the decisions are made, the next challenge is implementing the changes throughout the organization. This is, of course, a key responsibility for executives. If the necessary changes are not managed correctly, the result can be a distraught organization filled with a disgruntled staff, exhibiting poor performance and only average customer service. All this inevitably leads to greater loss in revenues and lower profit margins.

Ten Ways to Implement Change Successfully

• Communicate the reason for your hard choices and the changes you need to make. Communication is always important, but it is critical in a changing business environment. Make every effort to ensure that all employees understand the hard choices you’ve had to make and how difficult it has been for you, personally. They will respect you for it. Talk to them about your competitive strategy and the changes you want to make. Make them a part of it so that they can assume a degree of ownership in the situation. Ask for their ideas and input. Communicate your goals and direction to every level of the company. Use sincere language, such as: “I fully understand that things are going to be different from what they have been in the past, but I’m committed to ensuring that we make it through these tough times, and I’m counting on you to help me make it happen. Here’s what I need from you…” Then tell them.

While every business leader has their own communication style, the following are examples of how to best communicate. • “We need everyone to give their full support to our sales team. Without more sales, we can not move forward.” Then, ask the sales team to come forward and have a candid conversation about how everyone can help them in their efforts to win new sales and maintain loyal customers. • “We need everyone to display initiative beyond their job description. I realize that means doing more, but I know that you can do it, and we’ll do our best to be supportive and helpful to each other.” • “We need to be accountable to each other, not only for our performance and the level of service we provide to customers and each other, but also for the attitude we bring to work with us each day.” Then, facilitate a discussion. Ask them to be specific as they write down ways they will agree to be accountable. • “We need to stay positive and maintain high morale. I know it’s been tough, but together we’ll see progress.” • Involve your management team in strategic planning and develop them to be change coaches. Your entire management team needs to be involved with creating your competitive strategy and on board with the changes you want to implement. Share the role you expect them to have and provide a detailed set of actions. Make sure they understand that they are the coaches that will spur the team forward and their job is to make sure your entire team is aligned with your competitive strategy. Remind them to think and act as dynamic leaders who will provide the inspiration and encouragement to your entire workforce. • Establish a “change” team. Follow the example of a major construction equipment manufacturer who has established a “change center” in its headquarters. Even appoint top performers to be on your “change” team to lead the way to deploy the change management process. Let them know you understand that they already have a heavy workload, but you are confident they can help make a difference in your company. Choose people who have high levels of credibility in the company; give them direct access to customers. Let the team know it is expected to help identify problems and focus on offering solutions. Use the motto — “For every problem there is a solution,” not only with your team, but also throughout the company. As problems occur during the onset of change implementation, ask the team to help. New ways of doing things rarely occur without glitches, so ask them to brainstorm ways to identify and solve problems even before they present themselves. • Establish an atmosphere and culture of open communication. Open communication is important in every organization at all times. It becomes even more critical when implementing change. As you begin planning organizational changes, consider developing a concurrent communication strategy to remind people about the nature of the changes, the expectations and the progress that is being made. In today’s changing business environment, employees quickly lose their motivation if they are not involved and kept informed of changes going on around them. The less they are informed, the more it will have a negative impact on their performance. Your silence will undoubtedly be misinterpreted. They may believe you are hiding some other significant changes…especially when it comes to their job security. With open communication, you will build the most important link between you and your people — one of trust. Communicate what you know and, as uncomfortable as it may be, communicate what you don’t know. “I promise you I will make every effort to drive business growth. I do not want to have to let a single person lose their job from here on. I’m not sure this new competitive strategy will carry us through, but I’m going to make every effort to keep

and even hire back the people we’ve had to let go.” They will respect you for your honesty. Failing to address the difficult questions — questions people may already be asking each other and their peers, does not make the issues go away. Encourage every employee to talk to you about any concerns they may have. Establish a culture of open communication, where people feel free to speak up without fear of losing their jobs. Consistently ask for ideas and suggestions from employees. Encourage them to speak openly about every single thing that might hold your organization back. Ask them to come forward to identify any service flaws that might exist, any wasteful spending they see, ways to streamline operations and any other areas where you need help. • Introduce change gradually whenever possible. While you may genuinely not have the time to move slowly, changing a situation too quickly will create chaos for your organization. You may feel your people are ready to respond to change, but they may not be able to absorb the changes as quickly as you like. It takes time to assimilate new information, learn new systems or procedures, and to do things in a new and different way. Give your staff time to understand the first wave of changes before introducing more. There are some managers who prefer a single big macro change rather than several small ones. They feel if everyone learns the game plan all at once, they can get on with the business at hand. They believe that disruption continues during the change process whether the changes are big or small. Unfortunately, the reality is that most people are shocked by any major change. The bigger the change, the bigger the shock. If there needs to be a major change, try to anticipate the reaction and prepare your staff to the best of your ability. This empathetic approach will help everyone concerned in the long run. You know your people, so think about what would be best for them. Keep in mind that while you may be committed to the changes, others will not have had the time to recognize the problem and understand the need for the changes. You will be setting yourself up for misunderstanding. You must make sure they understand what your needs and expectations are. Try to introduce changes incrementally, if possible. Remember it’s important to move at a pace that will ensure you meet your business goals while giving your people the opportunity to process the changes for themselves. • Be in tune to difficulties some may be experiencing. Recognize that change affects each individual differently. Some people are more adaptable than others. Many top performers will roll up their sleeves to make things work — moving out of their comfort zone instantly. Others may be completely overwhelmed. Let them know you understand the challenges they are facing and that you are there to help them through it. Here, remember the importance of open communication. Keep your door open to allow people to come in to discuss any apprehension. Provide a comfortable environment where people can air their concerns. . • Manage resistance. Human beings are basically creatures of habit. They like doing things the same way. Doing things differently takes them out of their comfort zones. Some people may resist, and hold back their team and, consequently, your company. Talk to any person who comes to work with a chip on his or her shoulder. Ask the person who is making negative remarks and pulling down morale to refrain from doing so. Explain that everyone is working hard pull together and deliver their best performance each day. Ask them what you can do to help them. • Be a role model. It is up to you as their leader to maintain employee morale through change. Set the tone; be a role model and be an example for others to follow. During tough times people will always watch how their leader is acting. Don’t let your guard down when it comes to your attitude. When the econ-

omy is down, you have to be up. • Take the time to train. To reduce the loss of productivity during change, make sure your people have the necessary skills to succeed. Training must be a top priority. The time and money you invest in training will eventually pay off in increased profits and service quality. As you look at the changes you plan to implement, ask yourself these training-related questions: • What is the level of competence needed to support the changes in our company and help us make it through these challenging times? • What training will be needed to bring the staff up to that level of competence? • What training is needed on new products, procedures, and especially product support? It is the area where you are likely to make the most profit in the environment. Don’t treat training as though it is the flu — if your staff hangs around together long enough, they will catch it. Training is the vaccine that helps to eliminate the stress common during change. It demonstrates that you appreciate their efforts, want them to feel as though they are a strong part of your team, and also that you plan on keeping them working for you. In essence, training gives your employees a “shot in the arm.” • Alleviate job pressure. Meeting the demands placed upon people during the change process requires managing job pressure for yourself and others. What is occurring in the construction industry is serious, but the stress can be reduced by keeping an effort to maintain high morale. For example, one dealer holds an annual customer event. Employees and their families are included as well as customers’ families. In spite of the tough economy, this smart dealer recognizes the importance of continuing this management/employee and customer relationship building activity. Another way to alleviate job pressure is to find simple ways to celebrate even the smallest successes. They will pay off big.

The Bottom Line

Now for the final issue: Making those hard choices, meeting your challenges head on, and adapting to change with new ways of doing business is the only way to go. Will you choose to be like the chameleon, which can quickly adapt to a changing environment? Or, will you choose to follow in the path of the once powerful Tyrannosaurus Rex that became extinct because it could not respond to a changing environment? Putting it this way, the answer seems easy. No one wants to be extinct. Unfortunately, we sometimes (even unknowingly) put up our own roadblocks to success. We wait for things to turn around, complain loudly, and refuse to take on the challenge. We simply can’t adapt. The truth is that the business environment has changed, it’s business not as usual. We must accept it and move forward. We can choose to embrace new ways of doing business or be left behind. Can you rise to meet the challenges? ©Copyright 2009 — Christine Corelli & Associates Inc. — 847/581-9968. www.christinespeaks.com Christine is the author of the popular book, Wake Up and Smell the Competition. Reprinted with permission from Construction Equipment Distribution magazine, published by Associated Equipment Distributors (AED). This article appeared in the November 2009 issue. Christine Corelli is an AED Foundation premier education service provider, specializing in sales communication, employee motivation and creating a sales-service excellence culture. She is the author of four books including “Wake Up and Smell the Competition” and “The Art of Influencing Customers to BUY from YOU”. To learn more about her presentations and services and to sign up for Corelli’s Clips, a free e-mail publication of ideas and solutions to problems plaguing businesses, contact the AED Foundation, call 847/581-9968, e-mail cc@christinespeaks.com or visit http://www.christinespeaks.com.


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stage and more than 3,000 were now finished, worth a total of $23 billion. “This is $23 billion that is generating jobs in direct construction and the supply sectors and all of it is boosting the economy,” Gannon said. He cautioned that while the recovery act was currently supporting transportation work and jobs in 2010, its impacts will phase down quickly when those funds are no longer available in 2011. “Frankly, the uncertain outlook about the reauthorization of the federal highway and public transportation programs is making a challenging situation worse,” Gannon said. ”It also is the uncertainty and trepidation caused by how the delay is being handled — with short-term extensions and deficit spending.”

Gannon told the committee that for 50 years the federal-aid highway and transit programs have been “a model of responsible and stable financing” benefitting system users. “That dependability, which is needed to plan and execute multi-year transportation improvement projects, is now threatened by a lack of political will to enhance Highway Trust Fund revenues,” he said. He closed his testimony saying that true economic recovery for the transportation construction industry will only be realized when Congress and the Obama Administration address the nation’s infrastructure challenges head on and pass a robustly funded highway and transit investment bill. For more information, visit www.artba.org.

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1998 Case 580 Super L, 4WD, E-stick, 2875 hours....$24,000. Call Dean Frey Equipment 973-875-7888 2007 JCB Midi-EX, canopy, 50hp hydrostatic skid steer coupler with detached 10’ backhoe, PTO & 3 pt. hitch, pictures available, mint condition, 20 hours..........................$42,000. Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697 2007 John Deere 310J, ROPS, turbo, 4x4, GP loader, 24’’ bucket, very good condition, 71 hours.....$58,635. 2007 John Deere 310J, ROPS, 4x4, power S trans., GP front bucket, 24’’ BH bucket, very good condition, 55 hours ........ ..................................$57,200. 2009 John Deere 310SJ, ROPS, turbo, 4x4, PS trans., P controls, ext. hoe, GP loader bucket, 24’’ BH bucket, excellent condition, 38 hours .......... ..................................$73,700. 2006 John Deere 310SG, ROPS, turbo, 4x4, PS trans, P control, ext. hoe, GP bucket, 24’’ BH bucket, excellent condition, 384 hours ..........$57,300. 2004 John Deere 410G, ROPS, 4x4, turbo, P controls, PS trans, ext. hoe, GP bucket, 24’’ BH bucket, good condition, 2862 hours ................$39,500. Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 843-572-0400

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com Phone: 315-633-2944 • Orlando, FL Thurs., August 19, 2010 For: Late Model Rental Returns of Forklifts, Aerial Lifts, Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Lexington, KY Fri., August 20, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Equipment Hauling Company • Columbus, OH Sat., August 21, 2010 For: Secured Party Sale, Truck Tractors, Van Trailers, Asst. of Construction Equipment • Houston, TX Wed., August 25, 2010 For: Rental Return Auction of Forklifts, Aerial, Construction, Support, Trucks & Trailers • Richmond, VA Thurs., August 26, 2010 For: Construction, Support Equipment, Attachments, Trucks Tractors, Dump Trucks, Trailers • Atlanta, GA Fri., August 27, 2010 For: Major Job Completion Auction of Late Model Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Tuckahoe, NY Sat., August 28, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Earthmoving Equipment, Support, Trailers & Trucks • Keene, NH Sat., September 11, 2010 For: Construction, Ag, Support Equipment, Parts, Tools, Attachments • Fort Wayne, IN Wed.-Thurs, September 15-16, 2010 For: Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklift, Support Equipment, Trailers, Truck Tractors, Pickups • Chicago, IL Wed., September 22, 2010 For: Construction, Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Pickups, Trucks, Trailers • Syracuse, NY Wed., September 22, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Undercarriage Repair Shop • Atlantic City, NJ Sat. - Sun., September 25-26, 2010 For: Very Large Construction, Forklift, Aerial Truck & Trailer Rental Returns, New Building Supplies • Dallas, TX Tues., September 28, 2010 For: Construction and Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts & Forklifts, Truck Tractors, Equipment Trailers, Support & Light Vehicles • Bronx, NY Fri.-Sat., October 1-2, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Big Apple Wrecking, Safeway Environmental Corp., Dynapac Equipment Company • Saginaw, MI Fri., October 8, 2010 For: Large Construction, Agricultural, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

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YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com Phone: 419-865-3990

• Lebanon, TN Sat., December 11, 2010

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Miller Trailblazer 302 EFI, Bobcat 250 EFI Reduce Costs Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has introduced two Electronic Fuel Injected (EFI) engine-driven twin-cylinder welder generators: The Trailblazer 302 EFI and the Bobcat 250 EFI. Replacing the carburetor with EFI improves fuel economy up to 27 percent, reduces harmful emissions up to 33 percent and eliminates carburetor icing, according to the manufacturer. Miller also increased the weld output and generator power (12,000 peak/10,500 continuous watts) on both machines to provide contractors a green, cost-efficient machine with improved performance over carburetor-based models. Replacing carburetors with EFI reduces hydro- Miller’s Trailblazer 302 EFI fuel economy by carbon (HC) and nitrogen improves 27 percent and reduces oxide (NOx) emissions by harmful emissions — all 33 percent and carbon while increasing weld and monoxide (CO) emis- generator outputs. sions by 27 percent while also saving as much as $1,000/year (assuming 25 gallons per week at $3 per gallon) in fuel costs, according to the manufacturer. Higher Welding Output The Trailblazer 302 EFI and Bobcat 250 EFI are both true multi-process machines that provide strong Stick, MIG, flux cored, AC/DC TIG and gouging capabilities. The Trailblazer 302 welds 280 amps at 100-percent duty cycle (300 amps/wire welding); The Bobcat 250 welds 250 amps at 100-percent duty cycle (275 amps for wire welding). Running Miller welders off either machine’s generator power further transforms these engine drives into powerful multi-arc systems that increase productivity while lowering fuel use and cost-per-arc ownership, according to the manufacturer. All rated outputs are tested at 104F (40C) for optimal performance and integrity. Both machines feature a protective armor similar to that used in automotive bumpers and tractor hoods. This offers high-impact resistance in all temperatures and is chemical resistant. EFI eliminates carburetor icing and ensures easy starting and optimal performance in all climates. For more information, call 800/426-4553 or visit www.MillerWelds.com.

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buildings require certain types of HVAC, air recovery, and particular types of services including vacuum and air pressure, making the build-out more intense and costly. Other early occupants on the east side of MVP are some independent and Rochester General Health System physicians. The lobby area at the main entrance to the complex connects both buildings. One allergist is so dedicated to the location that his practice has been using the parking garage during the abatement phase on the building. The final phase for Alexander Park involves the demolition of several Genesee Hospital buildings on 6.5 acres on the north side of the site. Demolition is expected to take three to four months. The north section, as Glazer referred to it, will be turned into mixed-use development for retail, office and residential tenants. “We will finish the abatement of asbestos, then demolish, and then work on a series of patio homes, town houses and offices. This is a unique urban design concept that will fit very well into the neighborhood. The houses will be market rate, not subsidized, but not real high end because the market’s not too big for that.”

A native of Buffalo who once worked on Wall Street in Manhattan, Glazer has spent much of his life in Rochester. “It’s not the city it once was,” he said, “but everything changes and everything runs in cycles. I believe we have done an awful lot of bottoming out over the past number of years, and I believe there is great opportunity in Rochester. “You have to work hard for it. Nothing is easy. Pricing pressure and competition are just there because this is not a growing economy. But if you are willing to work hard and settle for a little less, there is business here.” More Than History, Nostalgia Sells The expansive view from Glazer’s office window confirms his convictions. From his window view on the second floor of a fine old Rochester building just off West Main Street, he can easily point to the old Art Craft Optical building that Buckingham restored to become residential lofts with offices and restaurants below beginning a serious rehabilitation trend in city living. “That building [now called Buckingham Commons] filled up very fast, and we were a little surprised because we though the loca-

tion was a little isolated. That turned out not to be true, and residents like the quiet,” he said. The 80,000 sq.-ft. redevelopment project has 36 market rate loft apartments and 30,000 sq. ft. of office space. “Now we are doing the building across the street from Buckingham Commons,” said Glazer, turning his view slightly southwest. “It’s the old Daily Record building. We are converting it into a combination of offices and lofts.” Another gem, also nearby, is now a health care center, but long ago it used to be Judge Motors, located at 81 Lake Avenue. Glazer said that in its earliest history in 1880 this building housed the largest employer in Rochester — even bigger than Eastman Kodak Company. The property, now managed by Buckingham Properties, began life in 1880 as a whiskey plant. Glazer described a building, with no elevators but horse ramps instead. “They used horses to pull hops up to the top of the building and whiskey would eventually flow down,” he said. Although Glazer is well recognized for his ability to generate commercial tenancy in projects centered on historic buildings, he

said it’s not about history for him at all. A more important quality, beyond mere years, he cited is “nostalgia.” He said people always like to know where a building came from. For example, someplace in the new Alexander Park will be visual reminders and artifacts that reflect the centuries-old hospital that is entwined with the city’s medical and cultural history, including probably thousands of nursing school graduates over the years. “People,” he said (including him), “always like nostalgia. “As we went through the old hospital we discovered a lot of artifacts that we have stored away for future display. We have had discussions with the historian who works with Via Heath, which is now RGHS. Our basement is full of all the old plaques we took out. We intend to use them in some kind of commemorative fashion on-site. “We thought we could create an opportunity here, and that’s what we have tried to do.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Petrowsky Holds Liquidation Auction in Warwick, R.I.

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etrowsky Auctioneers held a complete liquidation auction of assets and equipment July 20 in Warwick, R.I.

The sale featured equipment from L.J. Site Development Inc., L.J. Heavy Hauling & Roofing and L.J. Crane & Rigging Inc. Going on the block was an extensive collection of equipment, including truck tractors, lowbed and flatbed

trailers, various assortments of trucks, fleet vehicles and an extensive inventory of crane and rigging support equipment, accessories and attachments, as well as several cranes. (Editor’s note: This coverage originally appeared in the New England state supplement.) see PETROWSKY page 122

Denny Easton of T-Quip Sales and Rentals Inc. in Londonderry, N.H., took his son, Brady, 7, to the sale for the day in Warwick, R.I.

Bill McCormick of Linde Corp. in Honesdale, Pa., showed his son, Jacob, 8, what it would be like to sit behind the driver’s seat of a 2007 Peterbilt 379 tri-axle tractor.

Auctioneer Freddie Goodrich sold more than 200 lots to bidders at the July 20 Petrowsky Auctioneers sale.

Bob Butler of Butler Company in Windsor, Conn., uses his handy measuring tape to identify the specs on a trailer for sale.

These two gentlemen could fool anyone into thinking they’re related … but they’re not! Chris Palmer (L) of Wood’s CRW Corp. in Williston, Vt., stands with Bill Palmer of Smedley Crane & Rigging in Branford, Conn.

Chuck Cappello (L) of Cappello Trucking in Marlboro, Mass., and Barry Haines of Norton and Haines Transportation in Hopkinton, Mass., weren’t afraid to strike a pose for the camera on the hot and humid July day.


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ESTATE AUCTION COMPLETE LIQUIDATION CONSTRUCTION, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, ATTACHMENTS, TRUCK TRACTORS, DUMP TRUCKS, EQUIPMENT TRAILERS.

JL GOMER EQUIPMENT COMPANY THURSDAY, AUGUST 26 @ 9:30 AM RICHMOND, VIRGINIA DIRECTIONS: Directions from the North: 95 South to 295 South. Exit 41B (301 S) First light make a Left. First business on the Right. Directions from the South: 95 North to 295 North Exit 41B (301 S) First light make a Left First business on the Right. Directions from the East: 64 West to 295 North, Exit 41B (301S). First light make a Left. First business on the Right. Directions from the West: 64 East to 295 South. Exit 41B (301 S). First light make a Left First business on the Right. Directions from Richmond Intl Airport: Hanover Airport – Private Airport Drive to 295 North Exit 41B (301 S). First light make a Left. First business on the Right. Address: 8383 Old Richfood Rd., Mechanicsville, VA 23116 NOTE: Due to the untimely passing of Joe (JoJo) Gomer, a great businessman and a great person, the decision has been made to liquidate this long time company. HILITES INCLUDE: 8 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) Cat D300, (2) 2005 JD 250D (6x6), Volvo A25C, Volvo A25, Moxy HA270, Bell 25B, 18 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 325L, 2004 Cat 320CL, Cat 320CL, 2001 Cat 315CL, Cat 313BR, Cat 312B, Cat 312B, Cat 312, Cat 311CU, 2006 Cat 303, 2005 Case CX290, 2004 Case CX36, 2002 Komatsu PC200-VII, 2004 Komatsu PC160LC, Komatsu PC120, Kobelco 200CLC, Kobelco Sk200, 2007 Yanmar SV100, LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: Kobelco 200CLC, 3 MOTOR GRADERS: (2) Cat 12H, 2001 NH RG80, 5 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (2) Cat 623E, Cat 623B, Cat 615, Cat 613C, TOOL CARRIER: Cat IT28G, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 924F, JD 544B, 13 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2004 D5GLGP, 2006 Cat D5G, 2004 Cat D5G, Cat D4C, Cat D4CII, (2) JD 750C, JD 650HLGP, JD 650H, 2006 JD 550J, JD 550H, Komatsu D37E-5, 2004 Case 650KWT, 10 CRAWLER LOADERS: (2) 2005 Cat 963C, (2) Cat 963LGP, (2) Cat 963, Cat 953CL, Cat 953, Cat 953, 2004 Cat 939C, 4 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Cat 426B (4x4), 2003 Cat 420D (4x4), 2004 JD 310G (4x4), 2003 Case 590 Super M (4x4), ROAD WIDENERS: Midland, ASPHALT ROLLERS: 2004 Wacker RD25, 10 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2005 Cat CP433E, IR SD100PD, IR SD100D, 2005 IR SD70D, IR SD70F, 2002 IR SD77F, 2006 Sakai SV400, 2005 Hamm 3307, Hamm 2310D, Ampac 36in., 2 TRENCH ROLLERS: 2007 Wacker RT82C, Rammax, 3 PULL BEHIND ROLLERS: 60in. Sheepsfoot, 60in. Single Drum, Sheepsfoot, Dual Drum Sheepsfoot, 5 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2005 Cat 287B, 2006 Takeuchi TL140, 2004-2003 Takeuchi TL130, Bobcat T200, 3 SKID STEERS: 2006 Cat 262B, 2006 Case 420, 2003 Case 60XT, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: Case 586E, WELDERS: 2006 Miller 60 amp, UTILITY TRACTORS: 2008 JD 3203 (4x4), HYDROSEEDERS: Int’l./Finn (s/a), STRAW BLOWER: Finn B70, LOG LOADER: Barco 160B, 2 VAN TRUCKS: 1995 GMC W4 Forward, 1995 Chevy 30HD, WATER TRUCK: Mack (t/a), FLATBED TRUCKS: 2005 Ford F350XL (4x4), 5 DUMP TRUCKS: 1994 Mack RD688 (tri.), 1988 Ford L9000 (t/a), 1989 Ford L8000 (t/a), Ford (s/a), 1996 Int’l. 4900 (t/a), 8 TRUCK TRACTORS: 1999 Freightliner FLD120 (t/a), 1997 Freightliner FL112 (t/a), 1998 Volvo (t/a), Kenworth W900 (tri.), 1994 Kenworth T800 (t/a), 1998 Int’l. 9400 (t/a), 1987 Mack RW613 (t/a), 1987 Autocar (t/a), 3 SERVICE TRUCKS: 1997 Ford (s/a), 1996 Ford F450 (s/a), 1986 GMC Brigadier (s/a), VANS: 2008 Frod E250, 2 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: Eager Beaver 50 Ton (tri.), Nelson 18ft. (t/a), 4 TAGALONGS: 2007-2004-2003 Eager Beaver 10 ton (t/a), 1991 Eager Beaver 9 ton (t/a), FLATBED TRAILERS: 1999 Transcraft 48ft. (t/a), 2 DUMP TRAILERS: 1995 East 24ft. (quad.), 1995 East 24ft. (tri.), LOG TRAILERS: Omni 42ft., 3 REEFER TRAILERS: (2) 1999 Utility 53ft. (t/a),1994 Utility 46ft., VAN TRAILER: 1990 Trail (t/a), 2 LOG TRAILERS: 1994 Omni 42ft. (t/a), Omni (t/a), STONE BOXES, BUCKETS, BARRIER LIFTERS, NEW & USED TIRES, SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 72in.-66in.-60in. Buckets, New Root Grapple Buckets, New 56004800-3600 Thumbs, Excalibur Thumbs, Stump Buckets, New Tree Booms, New Backhoe, New 48in. Forks & Frame, Snow & Mulch Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Pressure Washers: (2) 2010 Easy Kleen Magnum Gold, PLUS LARGE QUANTITY OF HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR HAMMERS, BUCKETS, GRAPPLES.

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Plateau Contracting Bickers Construction FRIDAY, AUGUST 27 @ 9:30 AM ATLANTA (BREMEN), GEORGIA DIRECTIONS: From Atlanta Airport: take Camp Creek Parkway West to 285N to I-20W to Exit 11. Turn right onto Rt. 27N, go 1 mile to 4th light, turn left, sale site on left. Address: 6315 Highway 78 West, Bremen, GA 30110. NOTE: Selling in this sale will be late model, low-houred equipment from two major job completions in the Atlanta area. The machines here have been taken care of the best and records will be available. EARLY HILITES: 10 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) 2004 Cat 740, (2) 2004 Cat 730, (2) Cat D300D, (2) 2003 Terex TA27, JD 300C, Bell B30B, 15 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2002 Cat 385BL, Cat 375, Cat 365BL, Cat 330BL, 2006 Komatsu PC400LC-7E, (2) 2007 Komatsu PC300LC7, 2007 Komatsu PC220LC-8, 2008 Komatsu PC200LC8, 2007 Komatsu PC160LC7K, 2007 Komatsu PC138USLC, 2006 JD 200CLC, JD 892E, JD 790E, JD 690E, 3 MOTOR GRADERS: 2005 Cat 140H, Cat 140H, Cat 12H, 6 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (4) Cat 621F, (2) 2002 Terex TS14G, 4 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2005 Cat 924G, 2008 Komatsu WA250-5, 2005 JD 544J, JD 544GTC, 12 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D8R (ripper), Cat D8R, Cat D8N, Cat D8N, (2) Cat D8K, Cat D6RLGP, Cat D6RLGP, 2006 Cat D5GXL, 2008 Komatsu D61EX-15, 2008 Komatsu D51EX, JD 550G, 5 CRAWLER LOADERS: 2004 JD 755C-II, 2005 JD 655C-II, Cat 963B, Cat 953, 2003 Cat 939C, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: NH 555E (4x4), 3 COMPACTORS: Cat 815F, Cat 815B, Cat 815B, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2003 Terex SP2010PD, Bomag BW172PD, 2 TRENCH ROLLERS: 2005 Multiquip P33/24MHR, 2005 Wacker RT82-SC, RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2005 Mustang MTL 25, 3 SKID STEERS: Cat 246, Cat 226, NH LS170, CARRY DECK CRANE: Shuttlelift 3330ELB, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2004 Lull 644E-42, 2 FORKLIFTS: Hyster S155AL, Clark GCP25, 4 BOOM LIFTS: (2) Genie S60, Snorkel TBA60, Marklift 30ft., 7 SCISSOR LIFTS: 2003 Genie GS3246, Genie GS3246, JLG 3246E2, 2005 Skyjack SJ8841, (2) 2005-2003 Skyjack SJ7127, AIR COMPRESSORS: 2005 Atlas Copco QAS78, 2 GENERATORS: 2006 Magnum MMG55, 2005 Magnum MMG35, 2 WELDERS: (2) 2005 Lincoln SAE400, 13 LIGHT PLANTS: 2007-(6) 2005-(3) 2004 Magnum MLT360, (2) 2005 Amida AL4060D4MH, 2004 IR Lightsource, LOG SKIDDERS: Cat 535B, AG TRACTORS: JD 4250 (4x4), CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: Reid Manufacture Ditch Runner DR250, 4 SWEEPERS: (3) 2004-2003 Terramite TSS38, 3 WATER TRUCKS & TANKERS: 1999 Sterling A95, (2) Volvo A30C, 2 DUMP TRUCKS: 1999 GMC C7500 (s/a), 1999 GMC C7500 (s/a), TRUCK TRACTOR: 1994 Freightliner (t/a), 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (2) 2010 Witzco 50T (tri.), 2010 Witzco 35T (t/a), ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: 5600-4800-3600 Thumbs, Pallet Forks, Fork Frames, 60in. – 72in. Buckets, Thumbs, New Versatech Hay Spears, Snow & Mulch Buckets, Grapples, Thumbs, Fork Frames, Stump Buckets, Backhoes, Tree Booms, Asphalt Planer, SURVEY EQUIPMENT: (2) New Northwest NEXPK99 Laser Pkgs., (2) New CST/Berger CALP26D Auto Levels, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Over 100 Lots of New Support for United Rentals: Plate Compactors, Jumping jacks, Concrete Vibrators, Hammer Drills, Generators, Impact Wrenches, Chainsaws, Generators, Hose reels, Scaffolding, Pallet Forks, Air Compressors, Hose Reels, Job Boxes, Pintle Hitches, Diamond Blades, Spray Gun Kits, Cargo Straps. Etc., Pressure Washers: (2) 2010 Easy Kleen Magnum Gold. SITE PHONE: (770) 537-7386 GA LICENSE: AUNR002859 – Jack Lyon Auctioneer.

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Sat, August 28 at 9am Howard County Fairgrounds 2210 Fairgrounds Rd

West Friendship, MD Early highlights to Include: tJD 330C-LC tHitachi 160 tKomatsu 160 tJD 35C tCat D5M tCase 1150C t Cat 963 tJD 544E

20+ skid steer loaders 100+ trucks

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Terms Of Sale: Complete Payment on Sale Day with CASH or CASHIERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CHECK. Company or Personal check accepted only if accompanied by a â&#x20AC;&#x153;Current Bank Letter of Guaranteed Paymentâ&#x20AC;?. Visa, MasterCard, Discover & American Express accepted â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a 5% administrative fee charged on all non-cash/non-check purchases. BUYERS PREMIUM of 10% will be charged to buyer on each lot $2,000.00 and under. Sample Bank Letter: This letter is to confirm that (Bank Name) will honor checks drawn in an amount of (Amount) from (Account Number) in the name of (Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Name). Proceeds will be used at the auction to be held on (Date of Auction).

877.631.0650

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Friday, August 27th @ 9:00 AM 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 25th & 26th from 8am²5pm Visit our website for a list of inventory & pictures

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Terex Telelect Commander 4045 w/Rock Star 3000 hammer drill on 2002 GMC C8500, JLG 600BT on a 1996 GMC Topkick, 1998 John Deere 310E extendahoe backhoe, OK Champion RL12047 on a 2000 Volvo WX64 reel trk, Vactor 2110-36 on a 1999 Volvo WX64 vactor trk, (4) 2000 Sterling L8500 refuse trk, Terex Telelect Hi Ranger 50OM on a 2002 GMC C8500, Teco G5-42IP-TBFSIon a 1999 IHC 4700 bucket trk, Versalift SHV36PI on a 1999 GMC C7500 bucket trk, (3) Teco V50CH-55IP-4TFSI on 1998 Ford F800 bucket trks, MTI 805 on a 1997 Ford F800 bucket trk, Altec LB650A on a 1993 Ford F700 forestry trk, 1997 Ford F800 chipper dump trk, 1997 Ford F450 chipper dump trk, Terramite T5C mini backhoe, Yale GDP080LGNUBE083 8000 lb forklift, (3)1999 Ford F800 dump trks-2 w/snow plow, 1998 Ford F800 dump trk w/snow plow & leaf box, 2000 GMC T8500 flatbed trk w/liftgate, 2000 IHC 3600 school bus w/wheel chair lift, 1998 IHC 3800 school bus, 2003 Ford F450 utility trk w/compressor, (4) 2002 Chev G3500 enclosed utility trks, 2000 Ford F450 utility trk, 2003 Freightliner Sprinter 3500 cargo van, 2001 Freightliner MT45 stepvan, (12) 1998-1993 GMC & IHC stepvans, over 20 2003-1995 Ford, Dodge, Chev cargo vans, over 30 2005-1997 Dodge, &KHY *0&SDVVHQJHUYDQVSLFN XSV689ÂśV IOHHWFDUV PRUH ,QYHQWRU\ DGGHG GDLO\ FKHFN website for updates 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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August 18, September 15, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Golf Outings. The CAM (Construction Association of Michigan) Golf Committeeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2010 CAM Golf Outing Schedule which features four value-packed outings at remarkable prices include dates August 18 Fieldstone Golf Club - Auburn Hills; September 15 Cherry Creek Golf Club - Shelby Township. For more information and any other questions please contact Diana Brown at (218) 972-1000. September 8, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Contractor Meeting. AGC St. Louis Contractors and Specialty Contractor Members Invited to Chase Park Plaza â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Zodiac Room on 20th Floor, 212 N. Kingshighway, St. Louis, MO. Cost is $80.00 and Time is 5:30 P.M. Cocktails; 6:30 P.M. Dinner; 7:30 P.M. Presentation. Call the AGC of St. Louis office at (314) 781-2356 if you have questions. Call Kathy Givens at (314) 480-3172 to register (by September 3, 2010). September 13, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Meeting. To all IAAP Members! Register now for the 7th annual meeting of the Transportation for Illinois Coalition to be held on Monday, September 13th at the Wojcik Conference Center at William Rainey Harper College in Palatine, and begins with an address by Congressman Jerry Costello (D-Belleville). For those who want to stay the night before the event and/or after the meeting, TFIC has reserved a block of rooms at the Embassy Suites Chicago, Schaumburg, Woodfield. This hotel is within 10â&#x20AC;? of the Harper College conference center. The room rate is $139/night. Contact information for the hotel is telephone: (847) 397-1313 or Fax: (847) 397-9007. John Henriksen, Executive Director, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, Cell: (217) 899-7389; Office: 217241-1639; Fax: (217) 241-1641 and email: iaap@hansoninfosys.com. September 17, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Tournament. The 2010 Fall Sporting Clays Tournament is a fun event for shooting enthusiasts held at the St. Louis Skeet and Trap Club, 18554 Franklin Road, pacific, MO 63069 (www.skeetrap.com). All proceeds benefit the AGC of St. Louis Political Action Committee. Questions? Please contact Denise Hasty at 312-781-2356 or dhasty@agcstl.org. September 21, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Training Program. Supervisory Training Program, Associated General Contractors of St. Louis. Unit 7 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Accident Prevention & Loss Control (7th Edition). Tuesday evenings â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 6:00 to 8:30 P.M. (September 21 to November 30, 2010). This course will cover the roles and responsibilities of a construction supervisor in accident prevention and loss control. For additional information, contact Joanne Engel at 314-644-1525 ext. 225 or jengel@stl-cts.org. September 20-21, 2010 and October 25-26, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Construction Conferences. Associated Owners & Developers 2010 National Conferences. AODâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 14th Annual Industry Conference, a 1-1/2 Day Program featuring leading experts who will focus on todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s construction market strategies for continued success, where our industry is headed, and how best to get there in the years to come. September Conference to be held at the W. Atlanta Midtown Hotel, Atlanta, GA and October Conference at LePavilion Hotel, New Orleans, LA. For further information, please go to www.constructionchannel.net under â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mark Your Calendar.â&#x20AC;? Also, contact Andrew at Associated Owners & Developers (AOD) Telephone: (703) 734-2397. September 23, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Training Program. Supervisory Training Program, Associated General Contractors of St. Louis. Unit 3 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Problem Solving & Decision Making (6th Edition). Thursday

evenings â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 6:00 to 8:30 P.M. (September 23 to December 9, 2010). This course will help construction supervisors identify problems and how they occur and learn techniques for solving them in the construction industry. Supervisors will learn how to use the decision making process and the important considerations to take into account. For additional information, contact Joanne Engle at 314-644-1525 ext. 225, jengel@stl-cts.org. September 25 thru October 1, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Course. AGC of America (The Associated General Contractors of America) is offering this 5-day course with experienced project managers and project engineers instruction on project planning, safety management, construction productivity, subcontractor/vendor management, CPM scheduling, claims management, legal issues/contract clauses, construction ethics, cost control, project record keeping, communications, leadership/human resource issues, time management, problem solving and decisions making, and blending family and work. Early bird registration available: Register by July 15, 2010 and receive $5.00 off your tuition! Hotel information: Dolce Hayes Mansion, San Jose, CA (408) 2263200 and Contact information: Contact education@agc.org for more information. October 1, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Golf Tournament. Construction Data Services (CDS) presents the 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament, Quail Creek Golf, 6022 Wells Road, St. Louis, MO 63128. The festivities will include a golf tournament and auction. Founded by the Associated General Contractors of St. Louis and the St. Louis Construction industry, Construction Careers Center (CCC) is committed to preparing interested St. Louis high school students with the skills, knowledge and attitudes needed for entry into a career pathway in the St. Louis construction industry. Thank you for your continued support. For this event and others, please contact Paul Jacobi at 314-645-5577, paul@cdsonsite.com. Mining New Members. Everyone knows wordof-mouth advertising from satisfied customers brings more business to your company. As an IAAP member, you have experienced valuable benefits from membership in this Association and along the way maybe you have talked with others in the industry about joining the IAAP. Your efforts are now being rewarded through a new member recruitment program called â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mining New Members.â&#x20AC;? For more information, please contact IAAP Outreach Manager Shawn McKinney at (217) 241-1639 or shawn@hansoninfosys.com. DONATION - HELP Support IAAPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Political Activities â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The IAAP Political Action Committee (PAC) was created in order to provide financial support for our allies in the Illinois General Assembly. Whether from Chicago or Downstate Illinois, Democrat or Republican, these legislators all have one thing in common â&#x20AC;&#x201C; they support bills that help the Illinois aggregates industry and oppose bills that hurt our interests. As the cost of political campaigns continues to rise, we want to ensure that legislators who support this industry can compete and continue to do good work. For that reason, supporting the IAAP PAC is critically important to the future of our industry, your company, and your Associationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s political activities. Please consider sending a donation, payable to the IAAP, to: John Henriksen, Secretary/Treasurer, IAAP PAC, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, Illinois 62704. AGC Volunteer Appreciation - The AGC of St. Louis is grateful for the many members who serve on committees. The time devoted by these individuals and the knowledge they share with the industry in very important to the success of the AGC.


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IT’S GOOD! MAJOR JOB COMPLETION AUCTION MVM CONSTRUCTION SATURDAY, AUGUST 28 @ 9:30 AM TUCKAHOE (MT. VERNON), NY DIRECTIONS: From LaGuardia Airport: Grand Central Parkway W for 1.8 miles, continue onto I-278 E for 3 miles (tolls), exit 47 on left for I-87 N/ Maj. Deegan Expressway toward Albany, merge onto I-87N for 10 miles. Exit 4 toward Cross County Parkway, merge onto Central Park Ave. for 1.7 miles, slight right to stay on Central Park Ave for .3 miles, turn right at Tuckahoe Rd. for .6 miles. Right at Garrett Ave., left at Armour Villa Ave., continue on Lake Ave., right at Main St. .3 miles, right at Midland Pl. Address: 76 Midland Pl., Tuckahoe, NY 10707. NOTE: MVM, a well respected contracting and paving company having finished successfully several projects in the Yonkers/Mt. Vernon area, will sell the equipment that was used on these various jobs. EXTRA NOTE: The equipment and trucks found here are in like new condition. AN EXTRA SPECIAL SALE! HILITES INCLUDE: 4 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006 Cat 325CLCR/ hammer, 2003 Komatsu PC160LC, Komatsu PC75UU-3C, 2006 Komatsu PC18MR2, 2 RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: Cat M318, JD 595, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 980G, Cat 950F-II, CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D5C-III, 5 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2007 Cat 430E (4x4), 2007 Cat 420EIT (4x4), 2007-2006 Case 580M-II (4x4), DynahoeBCP-290-2, ASPHALT PAVERS: 2010 Mauldin 1750C, 6 ASPHALT ROLLERS: (2) IR DD90, IR DD24, IR DD10S, Western R2000, Buethling, 3 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2004 Cat CB334E, (2) IR SD100D Pro-Pac Series, ASPHALT EQUIPMENT: 2009 Advantage Equipment Sealant Tank/ Trailer, 3 SKID STEERS: 2003 Bobcat S300 (Gold Pkg. – Hammer), 2003 Gehl 6635DXT-II, Scattrak 1500D, 2 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2003 IR VR636B, JCB 50519, BOOM LIFTS: Genie S60 (4X4), AIR COMPRESSOR: 2004 IR P185WIR, WELDERS: Lincoln Weld Pack 125, HYDR. POWER UNIT: Wacker w/ 80lb. Hammer, SCREENING PLANT: Demo Screen Machine 55C, CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: 2005 Multiquip WM120SHHD, 2005 Multiquip WM70PH8, 2005 Multiquip WM700SH8 ), Mortar Mixers: Stone 355OM, Stone 95CM, Stone 6CM, HYDROSEEDERS:1989 Ford F900/ Hydroseeder, BOOM TRUCK: 1987 Mack RD688S(t/a w/ National 23T), WATER TANKER: 2007 Magnum MWT0500, KNUCKLEBOOM DUMP TRUCKS: 1999 Mack CL713 Elite (t/a), ROLLOFF TRUCK: 2007 Mack CTP713 (tri., - 51,000 miles - Galbreath Body), 6 EXTRA NICE DUMP TRUCKS: (2) 2007-2006 Kenworth T800 (quad. axle), 2007 Kenworth T800 (tri.), 2006 Kenworth T800B (quad. axle), 1999 Mack CL713 Elite (landscape dump),– All Trucks Very Low Miles!, 6 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2007 Peterbilt 386 (tri.), 2003 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 2005 Kenworth W900 (t/a), 2001 Peterbilt 379 (tri.), 2008 Mack CH613 (t/a),1998 Autocar (t/a), UTILITY TRUCK: 2003 Ford E450 (diesel), SERVICE TRUCKS: 1988 IH 1754 (s/a), PICKUPS: 2006 Ford F150, 2 SUVS: 2007 Lexus GX470 (4x4), 2006 Ford Explorer XLT (4x4), VAN: 1999 GMC G31705 Van, 7 ROLLOFF CONTAINERS: (4) 2007 Galbreath 30 yd. Containers, Galbreath 30 yd. Container, Galbreath 20 yd. Container, 2007 Galbreath 10 yd., 1 Dump Box, DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: Rogers 60T (tri.), 3 TAGALONGS: 1997 Eager Beaver 20XTP 20 ton (t/a) (air), Econoline 6 ton (t/a), Custom Built 14 1/2ft. (t/a), 2 DUMP TRAILERS: 2000 East 40 ton ( quad. axle), 10ft. (t/a), ATTACHMENTS: Bobcat Snow Blower, Grapple Buckets, Broom, Excavators: New 5600-4800 & 3600 Thumbs, Skid Steers: Hay Spears, Root Grapples, Tree boom, Forks, Buckets, Pallet Forks, Stump Bucket, Excalibur Thumb, Fork Frame, Mount Plate, Backhoes, Fork Frames, UTILITY VEHICLES: Cushman/ Dump Body, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Rock Blaster Hydraulic Hammer, Bremer B300 Core Drill, Magnum H20 Trailer/ Pump, Miller Mig Welder, Steel Plates, Heaters, Tile Cutters, Concrete Saws, Concrete Screed, Step Ladders, Core Drill, (3) Cement Mixers, (3) Fuel Tanks, Cutoff Saws, (4)Demolition Boxes, Orange Barrels and barriers, Concrete Blankets, Curb Forms, Scaffolding, Pressure Washers, Jack Hammers, Table Saws, Shop Lathe, Work Benches, Goodall 700amp Jump Start, transmission Jack, Hydraulic Hammers, Pipe Threader, Chain Hoists, Rebar Bender, Sod Cutter, Dust Collector, Plate Compactors, Pallet of Cut Granite, Concrete Form Ties, Jack Stands, Saw Horses, Pressure Washers: 2010 Easy Kleen Magnum 4000, Easy Kleen Magnum Gold, SURVEY EQUIPMENT, LARGE QUANTITY OF ADVANTAGE FORMS, PLUS MUCH MORE!

A GREAT SALE! SALE SITE PHONE: (863) 660-4811 Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

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Ritchie Bros. Announces Second Quarter Results, Increases Dividend

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Inc. announced Aug. 6 net earnings for the six months ending June 30, 2010 of $38.9 million, or $0.37 per diluted share, and adjusted net earnings of $38.2 million, or $0.36 per diluted share. This compares to financial statement net earnings of $58.7 million, or $0.56 per diluted share, and adjusted net earnings of $58.1 million, or $0.55 per diluted share, for the first half of 2009. “There is a lot of uncertainty in equipment markets right now, and Ritchie Bros. unfortunately is not immune,” said Ritchie Bros. CEO Peter Blake. “Our growth in the second half of the year will not reach the levels we had

expected at the beginning of this year, which is substantially being driven by market dynamics in the United States, our largest market. Equipment owner and creditor actions that we have experienced in previous down cycles have not yet materialized. “Low interest rates, lack of confidence in the firmness of the pricing environment, and lack of urgency on the part of creditors to react and liquidate assets as they have in past down cycles have all contributed to this effect, which is significantly impacting our ability to generate consignments to sell at our U.S. auctions.” In the first half of 2010, the company conducted 105 industrial auctions in 15 countries throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, Central America, Asia and Australia. Quarterly dividend

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The company also announced a quarterly cash dividend of $0.105 per common share payable on September 10, 2010 to shareholders of record on August 20, 2010. This represents a 5 percent increase over the company’s previous quarterly dividend. Gross auction proceeds and auction revenues For the six months ending June 30, 2010 gross auction proceeds were $1.7 billion and auction revenues were $186.8 million compared to $1.9 billion and $204.1 million, respectively, in the first half of 2009. The company’s auction revenue rate (auction revenues as a percentage of gross auction proceeds) was 10.81 percent for the first six months of 2010, compared

to 10.70 percent for the first six months of 2009, mainly due to the continuing strong performance of the company’s at risk business. The company achieved gross auction proceeds of $951.6 million for the second quarter of 2010, representing a 14 percent decrease compared to the second quarter of 2009. Auction revenues were $103.3 million for the three months ended June 30, 2010, compared to $120.5 million for the second quarter of 2009, a decrease of 14 percent. The company’s auction revenue rate was 10.86 percent for each of the second quarter of 2010 and 2009. Net earnings for the quarter Net earnings for the three months ended June 30, 2010 were $26.1 million, or $0.25 per diluted share, compared to net earnings for the three months ended June 30, 2009 of $38.8 million, or $0.37 per diluted share. Adjusted net earnings for the three months ended June 30, 2010 were $25.4 million, or $0.24 per diluted share, which represented a 35 percent decrease over the adjusted net earnings for the three months ended June 30, 2009 of $38.8 million, or $0.37 per diluted share. Bidders, buyers and sellers The company had approximately 167,000 bidder registrations at its industrial auctions in the first half of 2010, of which more than 48,000 were successful buyers. In the first half of 2009, the company had more than 177,000 bidder registrations, of which almost 51,000 were buyers.

In the first half of 2010, Ritchie Bros. sold close to 145,000 lots on behalf of approximately 20,000 consignors. In the first half of 2009, Ritchie Bros. sold more than 148,000 lots for more than 18,000 consignors. Average Ritchie Bros. auction The company’s auctions varied in size over the 12 months ending June 30, 2010, but the average Ritchie Bros. industrial auction attracted more than 1,500 bidders who competed for more than 1,300 lots consigned by 187 consignors. For the 12 months ending June 30, 2009, the average industrial auction attracted almost 1,700 bidders, who competed for more than 1,400 lots consigned by 185 consignors. The average gross auction proceeds per industrial auction for the 12 months ending June 30, 2010 was $15.1 million (12 months ending June 30, 2009 — $17.6 million). Online bidding statistics Ritchie Bros. sold more than $430 million worth of trucks, equipment, and other assets to online bidders during the first half of 2010, compared to almost $425 million in the first half of 2009. The company currently has registered online users of its website from 159 countries. Internet bidders represented approximately 25 percent of the total registered bidders at Ritchie Bros. industrial auctions for the six months ending June 30, 2010, and they were the see RITCHIE page 125


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Absolute Construction Equipment Complete Dispersal Auction Thursday, September 2nd, 2010 - 10:00 AM CDT L.B. Enterprises, Inc. • Cleveland, Missouri

Online bidding is now available at www.delpeterson.com Go to the website for photos and descriptions!

Sale Site: The auction will be held at the L.B. Enterprises shop. 1 mile east and 1/2 mile north of the 231st Street and Route D intersection, Cleveland, Missouri. Watch for signs!! Scrapers: ‘89 Caterpillar 631E, ‘89 Caterpillar 631E, ‘89 Caterpillar 631E, ‘89 Caterpillar 615C, ‘77 Caterpillar 637D, ‘78 Caterpillar 631D, ‘78 Caterpillar 631D, ‘76 Caterpillar 631D. Dozers: ‘78 Caterpillar D9H, ‘68 Caterpillar D9G, ‘94 Caterpillar D8N, ‘74 Caterpillar D8H, ‘72 Caterpillar D8H, ‘71 Caterpillar D8H, ‘69 Caterpillar D8H, ‘74 Caterpillar D8H, ‘71 Caterpillar D6C, ‘97 John Deere 750C, ‘85 Komatsu D31A-17. Loaders: ‘97 Caterpillar 973 crawler loader, ‘89 Caterpillar 973 crawler loader, ‘71 Caterpillar 977K crawler loader, ‘97 Case 1840 skid loader, John Deere 544-A wheel loader. Motor Graders: ‘02 Caterpillar 140H VHP, ‘81 Caterpillar 140G, ‘78 Caterpillar 140G, ‘74 Caterpillar 12G. Compaction Equipment: ‘88 Caterpillar 815B, ‘02 Caterpillar CP433C vibratory roller, ‘86 Bomag BW172D vibratory roller, Double 48” sheeps foot roller, Double 48” sheeps foot roller, 72” sheeps foot roller, 60” sheeps foot roller. Excavator: ‘01 John Deere 330LC. Off Road Trucks: ‘93 Caterpillar D350D, ‘93 Caterpillar D350D, ‘93 Caterpillar D350D. Trucks: ‘99 Volvo, ‘92 Ford F800, ‘86 Ford F700, ‘83 Kenworth day cab, ‘82 Mack R Series, ‘88 GMC 60, Chevrolet C60, Ford 700, Ford 600, Chevrolet 30 dually, ‘98 Chevrolet 1500, ‘82 Mack R286ST, ‘81 Mack R286ST. Trucks for parts: (2) Mack R686ST, Dodge 400 fuel truck, Ford F600, GMC 6, GMC 9500, International Transtar 4200, Mack Super Liner, International R190 , Old GMC , Ford 800 water truck. Trailers: ‘88 Traileze 40 ton triple axle low boy, ‘72 Arco 8,500 gallon fuel trailer, ‘70 Trailmobile 8,750 gallon fuel trailer, 5500 gallon fuel trailer, Fruehauf 40’ van trailer, 28’ office trailer, 14’ office trailer, 16’ tandem axle trailer, 12’ tandem axle trailer with ramps, 10’ single axle trailer, (2) Single axle dolly, (5) Van trailer for storage, (5) Belly dump trailers. Light Plants & Air Compressors: Magnum Nightbuster 4000, (2) Coleman light plant on cart, Davey 190 air compressor, Le Roi air compressor on cart. Numerous Scraper, dozer and motor grader parts, Many more related items. Go to www.delpeterson.com for information and photos! For more information, contact Del Peterson & Assoc, 419 West Judy Drive Fremont NE, 68025, 800-492-9090 or 402-721-4388, Fax: 402-721-4583, E-mail: auction@delpeterson.com, Web Site: www.delpeterson.com


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L.J. Companies Liquidate With Help From Petrowsky Auctioneers in R.I.

In addition to the other types of equipment for sale, such as truck tractors, lowbed and flatbed trailers, various assortments of trucks, fleet vehicles and an extensive inventory of crane and rigging support equipment, accessories and attachments, five cranes went up for bid.

Lou Tomolonis (L) of Dutchman Global Inc. in Chepachet, R.I., and Marc Varricchione of Wood’s CRW Corp. in Worcester, Mass., took a moment to catch up on the old times and the new at the auction.

PETROWSKY from page 116

Kevin O’Connell (L) of Shawmut Equipment in Manchester, Conn., and Mike Invernizzi of Consigli Construction in Milford, Mass., stop talking business for a quick minute for a photo-op at the Petrowsky Sale.

The complete liquidation auction of assets and equipment for L.J. Site Development Inc., L.J. Heavy Hauling & Roofing and L.J. Crane & Rigging Inc. attracted a large crowd of interested buyers from all over the world.

Todd Campbell (L) of Campbell Inc. in Greenville, S.C., and Forrest Boone of Edward’s Crane in Spring Hope, N.C., traveled a long ways to visit the sale site and peruse through the multi-million dollar inventory up for auction. These two happy contractors are Patrick Carr (L) of A #1 Crane Company in Fairhaven, R.I., and William Dunlap of Dunlap Crane in Seekonk, R.I.


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CASE RENTAL RETURN AUCTION

COMPLETE LIQUIDATION:

LATE MODEL CASE CONSTRUCTION, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

OVER 50 YEARS IN BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION, AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT, PARTS, TOOLS, ATTACHMENTS & SUPPORT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 @ 9:30 A.M. KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE

HILITES: 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERDS: JD 644G, JD 544A, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: JD 410, JD 310B, LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2008 Kubota L2800D (4x4), LIGHT PLANTS: 2005 Amida AL40604MH, DUMP TRUCKS: 1994 Int’l. 4700 (s/a), STAKE TRUCKS: 2001 GMC Sierra 3500HD, FLATBED BODIES: New 12ft. Steel, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: 5600-4800-3600 Thumbs, Pallet Forks, Fork Frames, 60in. – 72in. Buckets, Thumbs, Hay Spears, Snow & Mulch Buckets, Grapples, Thumbs, Fork Frames, Stump Buckets, Backhoes, Tree Booms, Asphalt Planer, PLEASE NOTE: *** NO SALES TAX IN NEW HAMPSHIRE *** AUCTIONEER: Jim Horn, AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 2868

McCann Industries WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 @ 10:00 AM CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

NOTE: This Sale Will Consist Of Very Late Model Case Rental Return Equipment From Job Completions From McCann Industries, A Leading Authorized Case Dealer In The Midwest, Along With Construction & Support Equipment and Other Rental Fleet Equipment. EXTRA NOTE: Found here is very low houred rental fleet equipment that will suit the most critical buyer. HILITES INCLUDE: 6 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006 Case CX330, 2006 Case CX290, 2007 Case CX240, 2007 Case CX210N, 20072005 Case CX210, 11 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (2) 2007 Case 580M (Anniversary Series), (6) 2006 Case 580M (cab), 2006 Case 580 Super M (4x4), 2004 Case 580 Super M, 2005 Case 590 Super M (4x4), 8 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2007-2006 Case 1850KLGP (cab,6 way blade), 2004 Case 1650KXLT (cab, 6 way blade), 2007 Case 1650K (cab,6 way blade), 2007 Case 1150KWT (cab,6 way blade), 2007 Case 850K (cab), 2005 Case 650K, 2006 Case 550HLGP, VIBRATORY ROLLER: 2005 Vibromax VM116PD (900 hours), 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2007 Case 621D (882 hours), 2007 Case 621D (1500 hours), 15 SKID STEERS: 2008 Case 450 (cab), 2006 Case 450 (200 hours), (2) 2005 Case 440, 2006 Case 435, (5) 2007-2006-2005 Case 430, 2005-(2) 2003 Case 60XT, PLUS ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS, AIR COMRPESSORS, WELDERS, GENERATORS, LIGHT PLANTS, ATTACHMENTS FOR: Hydraulic Excavators-Skid Steers-Rubber Tired Loaders, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT INCLUDING: Plate Tampers, Air Tanks, Battery Cables, Small Generators, Impact Hammers & More. SALE SITE PHONE: (262) 903-6269

Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

Visit us on the Internet at www.lyonauction.com

The Complete Auction And Appraisal Service

ALEX LY

N & SON

SALES MANAGERS & AUCTIONEERS, INC.

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


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ABSOLUTE AUCTION NEW DATE!!!

Late Model Off Lease Equipment

Weds., Sept. 22, 2010 – 9:00 EDT Telford, PA Notice: This is a preliminary listing of equipment which has been added by SunTrust Leasing. Additional consignment packages will be added by various financial institutions and contractors. Please review subsequent advertising for listing updates. If interested in discussing consignment opportunities of quality equipment, please contact Hunyady Auction. Rough Terrain Cranes `05 GROVE RT760E, 60 Ton, s/n 224424 • `05 GROVE RT760E, 60 Ton, s/n 224425 Crawler Tractors `06 CAT D6R Series II, s/n AEM00119, e/w ms ripper (2,495 Hours) • `08 CAT D6N XL, s/n DJA00543 (3,437 Hours) • `07 CAT D6N XL, s/n DJA00297 (2,715 Hours) • `04 CAT D6N LGP, s/n ALY00712 • `06 JD 550J LT, s/n X120530 Rubber Tired Loaders `06 KOMATSU WA320-5L, s/n A32760 • `06 KOMATSU WA320-5L, s/n 60663 • `05 CAT 930G, s/n TWR00536 Motor Grader and End Dump `06 CAT 140H, s/n APM02860 (2,850 Hours) • `02 JD 400C, 6x6, s/n BE400CT200323 Hydraulic Excavators `07 JD 850D LC, s/n FF850DX973051 • `06 CAT 325DL, s/n A3R00269 • `06 CAT 325CL, s/n BFE02056, e/w demo guards • `03 CAT 320CL, s/n PAB00644 Vibratory Compactors and Asphalt Rollers `08 LEEBOY 685B, s/n 48683, e/w 10’ moldboard (365 Hours) • `07 CAT CS563E, s/n CNG02178, e/w EROPS w/ac • `06 CAT CS563E, s/n CNG01591 (1,140 Hours) • `06 BOMAG BW213DH-3, s/n 901581511141 • `08 CAT CB534D-XW Asphalt Roller, s/n EAA00620, e/w 79” drums (556 Hours) • `08 CAT CB534D-XW Asphalt Roller, s/n EAA00628, e/w 79” drums (610 Hours) Hydraulic Tail Trailer `07 LOADKING HFT70, 35 Ton Hydraulic Tail Trailer

“Quality Consignments Will Be Accepted”

2 DAYS – 1000’S OF LOTS - 2 DAYS

MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from

TILCON CT CASTLE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO. INC. & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS 275 ROUTE 32, NORTH FRANKLIN, CT 06254

NEW DATE – DAY 1 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH, 9:00 AM CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING & PAVING EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS PARTIAL LISTING: EXCAVATORS: CRAWLER TRACTORS & LOADERS: RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: SKID STEERS: SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: PAVING EQUIPMENT: CRUSHING & SCREENING PLANTS & COMPONENTS: LARGE GENSETS: ROLLERS & COMPACTORS: TELESCOPIC BOOM LIFTS: ROUGH TERRAIN, TELESCOPIC & PNEUMATIC TIRED FORKLIFTS: MOTOR GRADERS & SCRAPERS: FORESTRY EQUIPMENT: ARTICULATED & RIDGID FRAME END DUMPS: CRANES: BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: ROLLOFF & ROLLBACK TRUCKS: FRONT DISCHARGE MIXER TRUCKS: REFUSE TRUCKS: RECYCLING TRUCKS: TRUCK TRACTORS: TRI, T/A & S/A DUMPS: BUCKET & BOOM TRUCKS: REEFER TRAILERS: DETACHABLE & LO WBED TRAILERS: DUMP TRAILERS: VAN, FLATBED & SGL DROP TRAILERS: TAG-ALONG & OTHER H.D. EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: WALKING FLOOR TRAILERS: SNOW HANDLING EQUIPMENT: UTILITY, FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: SERVICE, WATER, FUEL & LUBE TRUCKS: HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT: FLEET VEHICLES: SWEEPERS: PARTS VEHICLES: TRENCH & SHORING BOXES & ROAD PLATES: SEA & STORAGE CONTAINERS (Some Both Days): EQUIPMENT & TRUCK PARTS & COMPONENTS: AND MORE!

NEW DATE – DAY 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH, 9:00 AM CONTRACTOR SUPPORT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT WALK BEHIND SWEEPERS & SCRUBBERS: GENSETS, COMPRESSORS, PUMPS, WELDERS & LIGHT TOWERS: MESSAGE & ARROW BOARDS: MAN LIFTS & SCISSOR LIFTS: CUSHION TIRE AND WAREHOUSE FORKLIFTS: UTILITY TRACTORS & ATTACHMENTS: UTILITY VEHICLES: RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: WOOD CHIPPERS, STUMP GRINDERS & MULCHERS: COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE & GROUNDS CARE EQUIPMENT: UTILITY & LANDSCAPE TRAILERS: THREE PT HITCH ATTACHMENTS: OUTBUILDINGS: MAJOR INVENTORY OF CONSTRUCTION, GENERAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY CONTRACTOR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: AND MORE!

PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from

THE SHELLY COMPANY & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15TH, 9:00 AM 700 HART ROAD, COLUMBUS, OHIO 43223

FULL INVENTORY OF EARTHMOVING, SITE DEVELOPMENT & PAVING EQUIPMENT, HEAVY TRUCK TRACTORS, DUMP TRUCKS, TRAILERS & FLEET VEHICLES TERMS: Complete payment or a minimum requirement of 20% deposit day of sale in Cash, Certified or Guaranteed Funds. Balance due within 4 days. ONLINE BIDDING THROUGH EQUIPMENTFACTS.COM

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.

ICON Rolling Packer Packs in Versatility

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 www.petrowskyauctioneers.com

Equipped with a pair of 15-19.5 6-ply tires on a hydraulically actuated lift, the rolling packer with hydraulic lift allows the operator to pack a wide range of surfaces; then lift the entire drum off the ground for greater ease of turning, moving and/or loading the unit for transport.

Equipped with a pair of 15-19.5 6-ply tires on a hydraulically actuated lift, the rolling packer with hydraulic lift from ICON Industries allows the operator to pack a wide range of surfaces; then lift the entire 60 by 93-in. (152 by 236 cm) drum off the ground for greater ease of turning, moving and/or loading the unit for transport. “The wheel lift system certainly isn’t designed for transporting the packer from job to job,” explained Jamie Meier, sales manager of ICON Industries. “However, the hydraulic lift system provides the perfect solution when it comes to backing the unit onto a trailer or simply moving it around the job site. Contractors who frequently work on both sides of existing paved roads have also shown a tremendous amount of interest in this particular model. They can simply raise the packer and move from one shoulder of the road to the other without damaging the pavement or having to lay down boards to protect the surface.” The lift system features a 5 by 24-in. (12.7 by 61 cm) hydraulic cylinder, .75-in. (1.9 cm) hoses rated to 4,000 psi, and wheel hubs and spindles rated at 15,000 lbs. (6,804 kg) each. Overall length of the unit with the wheels raised to the work position is 18 ft., 8 in. (5.7 m); yet, overall width is 101 in. (256.5 cm), meeting the legal transport width in most states and communities. Like the conventional ICON rolling packer, the hydraulic lift rolling packer features elliptical teeth that allow for increased speed and a higher percentage of pack with less chipping. The 9-in. teeth, which feature a 6 by 3-in. (15 by 7.6 cm) base, also allow deeper penetration, while the threeby-three tip provides 9 sq. in. (58 sq cm) of bearing surface and 259 psi of compaction — 419 psi when the drum is filled with water. Teeth cleaners that work in both directions, as well as high-speed drum bearings, also are standard equipment. For those who require a smooth drum without teeth, the rolling packer with hydraulic lift system also is available with a smooth roller that provides 75 psi pressure when empty, or 168 psi when the drum is filled with water. As an option, both configurations can be equipped with a front leveling blade for smoothing the work surface ahead of the drum. For more information, call 785/738-6613 or visit www.iconindinc.com.


Company Remains Solid in Spite of Challenging Times RITCHIE from page 120

buyer or runner up bidder on 38 percent of the lots offered online at these auctions (first six months of 2009 — 34 percent). Since launching its real-time online bidding service in 2002, the company has sold almost $3.6 billion worth of trucks, equipment, and other assets to online bidders (June 30, 2009 — almost $2.7 billion) confirming Ritchie Bros.’ position as the largest seller in the world of used equipment and trucks to online buyers. Summary comments “In spite of the challenges we are facing in some of our markets, our business model is very much intact and we are pleased with our operational execution to date in 2010. We expect equipment market conditions will improve as the economy returns to a more balanced state, which we believe will allow us to resume our historic growth,” said Blake. “We have a solid team in place and our investments in places and processes position us well for future growth. We continue to believe that although we are experiencing a challenging environment in the U.S., our long-term growth strategy is sound.” The company defines adjusted net earnings as financial statement net earnings excluding the after-tax effects of excess property sales and significant foreign exchange gains or losses resulting from financing activities that are not expected to recur, and has provided a reconciliation below.

Adjusted net earnings is a non-GAAP financial measure that does not have a standardized meaning, and is therefore unlikely to be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. The company believes that comparing adjusted net earnings as defined above for different financial periods provides more useful information about the growth or decline of its net earnings for the relevant financial period and identifies the impact of items which the company does not consider to be part of its normal operating results. Gross auction proceeds represent the total proceeds from all items sold at Ritchie Bros. auctions. The company's definition of gross auction proceeds may differ from those used by other participants in its industry. Gross auction proceeds is an important measure the company uses in comparing and assessing its operating performance. It is not a measure of the company’s financial performance, liquidity or revenue and is not presented in its consolidated financial statements. The company believes that auction revenues, which is the most directly comparable measure in its Statements of Operations, and certain other line items, are best understood by considering their relationship to gross auction proceeds. Auction revenues represent the revenues earned by Ritchie Bros. in the course of conducting its auctions, and consist primarily of commissions earned on consigned equipment and net profit on the sale of equipment purchased by the company and sold in the same manner as consigned equipment.

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VERY LARGE CONSTRUCTION, FORKLIFT, AERIAL, TRUCK & TRAILER RENTAL RETURNS PLUS ALL TYPES OF NEW BUILDING SUPPLIES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 @ 9:30 AM & SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 @ 11:00 AM ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY (ATLANTIC CITY RACE TRACK) DIRECTIONS: Take Atlantic City Expressway to Exit 14 (Leipzig Ave) and follow signs to Atlantic City Race Track. Address: 4501 Leipzig Ave, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. NOTE: Selling Day 1: will be Late Model Construction, Support, Rental Support Equipment plus Trucks & Trailers. Selling Day 2: will be New, Fancy Kitchen Cabinets, Building Supplies & Recreational Vehicles. DAY 1 HILITES: TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: JCB 214S (4x4), RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2006 Bobcat T190, SKID STEERS: 2005 Bobcat S150, 2 ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: IR RT708H-4W, JCB 940 (4x4), BOOM LIFT: JLG 40H, GENERATORS: 2004 Multiquip DCA45, PUMPS: Peabody Barnes 110CCG-4 4in., ARROW/MESSAGE BOARDS: Addco, 6 LIGHT PLANTS: (6) 2005 Amida AL4060D4MH, VAN TRUCKS: 1996 Ford E350 (s/a), DUMP TRUCKS: Int’l. 4700 (s/a), PICKUPS: Chevy Silverado, 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (2) 2011 Witzco 50T (tri.), 2011 Witzco 35T (t/a), DROP DECK TRAILERS: 1997 Talbert TSDW80KFCTILS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Bed & Bath Knob Set, 30in. Slab Door, 36in. Brass/Glass Storm Door, AGL Big Site Tripods, Hanging Chandeliers, Entry Door Handle Set, 5/16in. x 18ft. Chain, (4) Tires for Telehandler or Grader, SURVEY EQUIPMENT: New 2010 GT-4 20X Transit Levels, New Northwest NEXPK99 Laser Packages. DAY 2: NEW BUILDING SUPPLIES: (20) Complete Kitchen Cabinet Sets In Cherry, Oak, Hickory, Maple And Rope, Scroll Design, Name Brand Kitchen And Lavatory Faucets, Laminate Flooring, Porch Posts, 50 Lights In Different Styles, Hunter Ceiling Fans-Remote And Non-Remote, Solid Surface Sinks, Jacuzzi Single Sink, Drop In Sinks- Undermount Sinks, Kohler & Sterling Sinks, Jacuzzi Toilet & Pedestal Sets, High End Bathroom Bar Sets In Pewter, Gold And White, Decorative Toilet And Pedestal Sets, Decorative Bidet And Urinal, Electric & Burley Fireplaces, Fireplace Mantels, Wood Burning Fireplace With Pipe Kit, Fireplace Screens, Complete Granite Countertop Sets In Various Colors, Vanity Tops, Floor Medallions, Tile Floor Medallions, Whirlpools, Appliances In Stainless, Titanium And White, Oak Handrail In Various Sizes, Newels In Oak And Poplar, Spindles In Oak And Poplar, Variety Of Exterior Prehung Doors In 6 Panel, 9 Lite, Leaded Glass Style, Single Prehungs, Larson Storm Doors, Dexter Handle Sets, New High End Real Hardwood Flooring-Floating/Snap Together, Porcelain Tile In 12x12, 18x18 And 24x24, Prefinished Flooring In Oak, Maple And Cherry, Slot Machines, Router Bits, Name Brand Bostitch Air Compressors, Register Covers, Dexter Handle Sets, Over 200 Lock Sets, Dead Bolts, Bostitch Nail Guns-Finish And Bead, Bostitch Staple Guns. SALE SITE PHONE: (609) 272-9702 or (609) 272-9703, (863) 660-4811. Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

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ADVERTISER INDEX ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..............................87

EOP ......................................................................106

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

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

EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ....................27

PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ..................................76

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

EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP ......................72

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC ....................124

ALEX LYON & SON INC

FELLING TRAILERS ..............................................61

PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ................................17

PLAN AHEAD CALENDER ............................113

FLUID POWER ....................................................105

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

RICHMOND VA 8/26 ATLANTA GA 8/27........117

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

PROFILE PUBLICATIONS ......................................66

TUCKAHOE NY 8/28/10 ................................119

G & H SERVICE INC ..............................................33

PRO-TECH MANUFACTURING ............................45

KEENE NH 9/11 CHICAGO IL 9/22 ..............123

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

RANSOME CAT ........................................2,23,44,51

ATLANTIC CITY NJ 9/25-26 ..........................125

GEITH INC ..............................................................86

REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY ....................88

GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP

RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ..........................128

ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ..................22 ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP ............................7

HOWARD CNTY FAIRGROUNDS 8/28/10 ....118

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ..............................6

ALLU GROUP ........................................................45

GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ................23

RSC EQUIPMENT RENTAL ..................................16

ALPINE SALES AND RENTAL CORP ....................44

HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............92

RUBBLE MASTER ..................................................72

ARTIC SNOW & ICE CONTROL PRODUCTS........35

HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT INC ................................19

RYAN AUCTION SALES ......................................120

BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ....................................79

HOOBER INC ........................................................48

SALVAGE DIRECT INC ..........................................57

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

HOWELL TRACTOR ............................................104

SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ................................104

BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ..............................80

HUNYADY AUCTION CO ....................................124

SENNEBOGEN ......................................................73

BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ......................................12

HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ....................16

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

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

INDECO NORTH AMERICA ..................................71

STU HARRIS ........................................................111

BODINE MFG ........................................................23

IROCK CRUSHERS ................................................84

TEREX CRANES ....................................................91

CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ........................................53

IRON PLANET ......................................................106

TEREX POWERSCREEN ......................................75

..............................................41

ONLINE AUCTION 08/26/10 ..........................115

THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ..........105

CEG SCALE MODELS ..........................................39

J D EQUIPMENT ....................................................51

TOWMASTER INC ..................................................63

CHADWICK-BAROSS ............................................13

JESCO ............................................................21,106

T-QUIP SALES & RENTAL INC ..............................29

CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ..........48,60,80

JOHN DEERE ........................................................97

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

CLASSIFIED ..........................................................108

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ........103

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ......................31

COBLE TRENCH SAFETY ....................................33

KEYSTONE PROCESSING EQUIPMENT ............82

TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ............................25

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ......................85

KING OF PRUSSIA EQUIPMENT CORP ..............38

TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES LLC ....................69

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ....49,58,106

KMP USA LTD ......................................................105

U-SCREEN ............................................................84

COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC................48

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ..................................95

UTCA OF NJ ............................................................43

CRANE MATS NORTHEAST ..................................48

KOMATSU CRUSHERS ........................................83

UTILITY AUCTIONS INC

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

KUBOTA ................................................................101

WILMINGTON DE 08/27/10 ..........................118

DAKOTA AG INNOVATIONS ................................120

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

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

DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT ............23

LIFTECH EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................57

VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ..............................38

DEL PETERSON AUCTIONEERS ........................121

LIUGONG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..........47

VERNON E STUP CO ..............................................6

DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP ..............55

LUCKY’S TRAILER SALES ....................................60

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

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..............................93

MESSICK’S ............................................................31

W H E N ..................................................................57

DURATECH ............................................................84

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

WANTED ................................................................111

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

METSO MINERALS SCREENING ........................68

WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ..........................26

EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS ............................36,37

MS UNLIMITED ......................................................16

WHITNEY & SON INC ............................................77

EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ........28,127

MUSTANG MFG ....................................................96

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

EESSCO ................................................................89

NORCO ATTACHMENTS ......................................26

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ............................18,51,106

NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ..........102

LANCASTER NH 8/26/10 ..............................114

EMERALD SCREENING ........................................90

OPDYKE INC ..........................................................60

ZM INDUSTRIES ....................................................31

CATERPILLAR INC

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Case CX210B with Rubber Tracks

RECENT TRADES

1999 Case 586FL Forklift, 4 wd, 21 Foot Mast, Stk# 31679 .............. ......................................................................................................$21,400

2005 Ingersoll Rand ZX075 Excavator, Stk# 32038................ ..............................................................................................$35,800

1995 Case 570LXT Loader, Stk# 32098, 7492 Hours, Cab $12,800

2008 Kubota L39 Loader Backhoe, Stk# 32136........$33,000

2007 Case 621D Wheel Loader, A/C, Ride Control, Stk# 31814 ................................................................................................$89,800

2007 Kubota KX121 Excavator, Stk# 32067 ..............$31,000

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302/530-9134

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Richard Verna

S. Chester Co., Cecil County, MD, New Castle Co., DE

610/420-4770

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2211 Dupont Highway New Castle, DE 19720 302/652-3028 Fax 302/652-7540 N E W H O U R S Mon.-Fri. 7AM-5PM

Rodney Bush

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

302/354-1947

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

215/783-1847

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