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Aging Md. Bridges Bolstered by New Project By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

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The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) is spearheading a project in the western Maryland city of Cumberland to extend the life of two bridges that are Crews use a wet nearly 50 years old. saw and an The bridges are a part excavator to of Interstate 68, carrying it remove sections over Kelly Boulevard and of the old deck Patterson Avenue. The (driving surproject will completely face) of the I-68 bridge over replace the driving surPatterson faces. The average traffic Avenue. volume on this section of I-68 is currently 33,540 vehicles per day. The construction contract bid amount is $9.2 million, and funding is approximately 80 percent federal and 20 percent state. Construction began in May 2013 and will be complete in the fall of 2014, weather permitting. It is currently on schedule. Work is being performed by Kokosing Construction Company Inc., where Erik Trail serves as superintendent. The SHA’s project engineer for construction is Tom Fulton.

Recycling Section ....73-99 Business Calendar ......114 Attachment Section .......... ..............................117-122 Auction Section ..126-137 Advertisers Index ........138

al steel of both bridges, grinding and paving 1.02 mi. (1.6 km) of I-68 (five lanes plus two shoulders, resulting in seven “lane miles”), constructing storm water management measures, see BRIDGES page 46

Foreclosure Decline Spells Good News for Industry By Lori Tobias CEG CORRESPONDENT

Trucks & Trailers Section ..................................63-69

This project includes removal and replacement of the bridge decks on I-68 over Patterson Avenue and I-68 over Kelly Boulevard, rehabilitation and repairs to the substructures of both bridges, cleaning and painting the structur-

A new report putting the so-called shadow inventory of houses at a three-year low, and showing a decrease in foreclosures spells good

ConExpo Retro See page 32 for the first of an ongoing series o f highlights from past ConExpos as th ey were reported in the p ages of CEG.

news for the construction industry, economists said. According to a report by CoreLogic, a provider of business data and analytics, “The overall shadow inventory is down 34 percent from its peak in 2010, when it reached 3 million

homes, and down 18 percent from a year ago, when it was at 2.4 million.” The shadow market is generally defined as the homes that are in foreclosure, but not on the market, or homes that the bank or mortgage see HOUSING page 134

N.Y. Officials Fear Transportation Chaos By David Porter ASSOCIATED PRESS

FORT LEE, N.J. (AP) California had its “Carmageddon,’’ complete with sequel. Now, New York could be staring at its own potential transportation disaster. Officials at the Port Authority of New York and

New Jersey were hoping for the best Aug. 2 as they announced plans to close three of four lanes on the heavily traveled upper deck of the George Washington Bridge to replace sections of the steel beams that support the roadway. The work is expected to last through the end of the year and will be performed during overnight hours — see TRANSPORTATION page 23


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KINSHOFER North America recently appointed Binder Machinery as its dealer for the state of New Jersey, the five boroughs of NYC, South East NY. Now available from Binder Machinery: KINSHOFER DRS mobile shears, MQP demolition processors, DSP Static Pulverizers, Demolition and Scrap Grapples. KINSHOFER has 42 years experience in hydraulic attachments and during this time has pioneered many of the innovations now taken for granted in the attachment industry. KINSHOFER attachments

have a legendary reputation for quality, performance and reliability, with a nationwide network of specialist dealers such as Binder Machinery. Binder Machinery President and COO, Brendan Binder states: Kinshofer fits into the company’s equipment offerings very well. We’ve always aligned ourselves with top manufacturers, and KINSHOFER certainly falls into that category. We encourage anyone who’s interested in high-quality attachments to make their business more productive, efficient or versatile to give KINSHOFER a try. We recently delivered several shears and concrete processors to projects in our area as noted in recent jobsite photos.

FOR PRICING OR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 888-460-7983 CARLIN R. BINDER - General Manager JIM CASENDINO - Equipment Manager www.bindermachinery.com 2006 KOMATSU PC270 LC-8LF S/N: A87022, 1050 Hours, 60’ Long Front, 32” Tracks, 60” Ditching Bkt., Komtrax, Tier 3 Engine, Ready for Work

2007 METSO CV50 S/N: 10174, 434 Hours, 3” Top Screen, Slotted Bottom Screen, Towable, Shaker Head Design, Ready for Work!

2004 KOMATSU PC400 LC-7 S/N: S/N: 50109, 10162 Hours, Variable Gauge U/C, 36” Tracks, 13’ Arm, Choice of Bucket, Serviced & Re-Painted.

2007 VOGELE VISION 5200-2 S/N: 07740013, 543 Hours, Cummins Diesel Engine, Carlson EZ-IV Screed, Grade & Slope Controls, Autolube System

1997 Komatsu D155AX-3 S/N: 60542, 6698 Hours, 26” ESS Tracks, Enclosed Cab with Heater & A/C, Semi-U Blade, Complete Rebuild


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KLEEMANN HOSTS TRAINING PROGRAM FOR EDWARD EHRBAR INC.

Joe Schappert, a technical sales manager of Kleemann, led the course in which the Ehrbar staff was taught how to identify potential Kleemann customers, particularly in the niche recycling market.

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HIGHWAY PROGRAM ‘YEAR ZERO’ COULD COST INDUSTRY $2.3B The crisis facing the federal highway program will send shockwaves through the construction equipment industry, Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) Vice Chairman Tim Watters

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U.S. RENTAL REVENUE CONTINUES TO OUTPACE ECONOMY

Revenues will reach $33.5 billion in revenue, representing a 7.0 percent increase over 2012 with revenue growth reaching 7.8 percent in the fourth quarter according to the latest quarterly forecast updated July 29, 2013.

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BEST LINE EQUIPMENT OPENS LOCATION IN UNIONTOWN, PA.; NOW HAS 12 BRANCHES

With the purchase, Best Line Equipment now has 12 operating locations and one under construction in West Chester, Pa. Best Line began operating out of Uniontown on July 1.

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KOBELCO USA HOLDS SUCCESSFUL DEALER MEETING IN TEXAS

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TOWMASTER HOLDS 4TH ANNUAL EQUIPMENT, EDUCATION EXPO

More than 300 key people from MN-DOT, multiple county, township, and city agencies, attended this event, which featured more than 30 exhibitors, and included four educational seminars

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CAT IRON HELPS BREAK GROUND ON HISTORIC DAYTONA RISING

On July 5, Cat machines participated in the groundbreaking of Daytona Rising, a historic $400 million redevelopment project at Daytona International Speedway.

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2008 EC360C: with 4,800 hours and 2011 LaBounty MSD3000 with less than 100 hours $265,000


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2003 DAEWOO MEGA 400V WHEEL LOADER

SOLD

6 CYLINDER, ROPS CAB W/AIR CONDITIONER & HEATER, 126” GENERAL PURPOSE BUCKET W/TEETH, 26.5R25 FOAM FILLED TIRES C003469

PERKINS DIESEL, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, 10.00x20 RUBBER TIRES, 16’ 2-PIECE BOOM, 4 OUTRIGGERS, NO BLADE, 9’ ARM 22” BKT W/TEETH, POWERSHIFT TRANSMISSION, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS

$43,500

YR

Model EE# PRICE CRAWLER DOZERS/LOADERS CATERPILLAR 2000 D5C-III-XL C003831 $29,500 1996 D5HLGP C003591 SOLD$31,500 KOMATSU 2008 D61EX-15 20178 $139,000 2000 D61P-12 C003920 $69,500 2007 D65PX-15 C003596 $99,500 2007 D65PX-15 C003597 $99,500 OFF ROAD TRUCKS KOMATSU 2008 HM350-2

19847

$249,000

EXCAVATORS CATERPILLAR 2002 M315 2002 M315 KOMATSU 2004 PC78MR-6 PC138USLC-2 1988 PC150-3 2006 PC160LC-7 2002 PC200LC-7 2006 PC220LC-8LR 2005 PC300LC-7 2007 PC300LC-7 2010 PC450LC-8 2010 PC450LC-8 2002 PW170ES-6 2006 PW220-7

C003428 C003429

$43,500 $43,500

C003671 C003944

$45,000 $49,000 $15,000 $59,500 $59,500 $189,000 $75,000 P.O.R. $282,000 $292,000 $59,500 P.O.R.

C003820 C004093 C001119 C004260 C004261 C003387 C003313 C003385 C004250

LOADER BACKHOES KOMATSU 2006 WB140PS-2N C004145 SOLD$29,500 MATERIAL HANDLERS, RECYCLERS FUCHS 2005 2007

MHL350D MHL350D

C003296 C003669

ENCLOSED CAB W/HEATER, 135” GENERAL PURPOSE BKT, QUICK COUPLER 29.5-25 TIRES, POWERSHIFT TRANSMISSION, 4 SPEEDS FORWARD/REVERSE

C003211

$49,500

C004007

2002 CATERPILLAR M315 WHEELED EXCAVATOR

C003429

1998 DRESSER 555 WHEEL LOADER

1997 KOMATSU WA500-1LE WHEEL LOADER $42,000

$139,500 $149,500

$32,500

2009 KOMATSU WA480-6 WHEEL LOADER KM DIESEL, ROPS CAB, A/C, HTR, DEF, 26.5R-25 XHA MICHELINS, KM 124” GP BKT W/BOCE, ADD’L CTW, AUTO P/S TRANS, 4 SPDS F/R, ECSS RIDE CONTROL

CUMMINS N14C DIESEL, STEEL CAB W/ROPS CANOPY, A/C, HTR, DEF, 29.5R25 TIRES, ADD’L CTWT, JRB 132”/6.75 CY GP PIN-ON BUCKET, LOAD-RITE LR810 SCALE

YR

Model

EE#

PRICE

C002861

YR

Model

714

$12,500 TRAILERS

CUSTOM 1993 TR100-15KDE EAGER BEAVER 20XPT FELLING 2007 FT20-GN FLOWBOY Live Bottom

EE#

PRICE

GRADERS

CRANES CLARK 1978

$189,500

C003445

$1,500

C001620

$6,900

C004180

P.O.R.

C003766

$6,200

WHEEL LOADERS CATERPILLAR 1999 950G C003578 $70,500 2007 980H C003427 $175,000 IT28G C004177 SOLD$39,500 DAEWOO Mega 400V C003729 $39,500 DRESSER 1989 540 C004006 $21,500 1988 555 C004007 $32,500 HALLA 1998 HA380E C003470 $32,500 KOMATSU 1995 WA450-2 C002602 $35,000 1998 WA450-3 C003941 $69,500 2004 WA450-5 C003986 $69,000 2009 WA480-6 C002861 $189,500 1994 WA500-1 C004163 $39,500 1997 WA500-1 C003311 $42,000 1998 WA500-3 C004020 $59,500 2002 WA500-3 SOLD$105,000 2005 WA500-3 C003947 $119,500 2007 WA500-6 C004053 SOLD$215,000 MICHIGAN 1990 L320 C004264 P.O.R. VOLVO 2001 L220E C003620 $57,500

Representing These Fine Lines of Equipment:

KOMATSU 2001 GD650A-2 2005 GD655-3C

C003420 C003433

$90,000 $128,500

MILLERS, PAVERS, ROLLERS HAMM 2011 HD12VV C003762 $29,500 INGERSOLL RAND 1999 DD24 SOLD$7,500 1998 DD70 C004111 $18,500 1999 DD70 C004112 $16,500 1995 DD90 $19,000 1999 DD90HF $25,000 2000 DD90HF $25,000 2001 DD110HF $25,000 CRUSHING & SCREENING CEC 2007 32”X54” Jaw Crusher 2007 616 Screen-In 2008 40CC Cone Crusher SCREEN MACHINE 2012 107D Screener Box 2012 6036 Tracked Conveyor/ Stacker METSO 2008 CV50

EQUIPMENT C003725 C003726 C003727

$225,000 $105,000 $210,000

C003242

$115,000

C002626

$65,000

20912

$59,000

MISCELLANEOUS BROCE RJ350 MCCLOSKY 621 Trommel PETERBILT Truck w/Stone Slinger

C004205

P.O.R.

C004168

P.O.R.

C004085

$35,000

ATTACHMENTS HAMM Pad Foot Shell Kit for 3412 84” Drum C002872 KOHLER 350kw generator w/DD8-92 engine

$14,500

not all manufacturers represented in all WIRTGEN • VOGELE • HAMM • KLEEMANN • FUCHS • NPK • TROUT RIVER • LIEBHERR • DOMINION • ALLU DOPPSTADT • JRB • BROCE • BAGELA • CARLSON • TEREX • ROGERS BROS • ESCO • LA BOUNTY • KOMATSU • FELLING • MAULDIN areas served

$29,000

Contact: Hank Ruttura • Holbrook Office

631-563-7600

DENOTES KOMATSU CERTIFIED REMARKETING USED MACHINE DEPENDING ON CERTIFIED GRADE, UNIT MAY QUALIFY FOR SPECIAL FINANCING RATE AND/OR MANUFACTURER SUPPORTED WARRANTY. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS ON THESE OR ANY OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED USED PIECES.

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631/643-2605 www.allislandequipment.com

Serving Nassau, Suffolk and the Five Boroughs since 1970

Takeuchi understands the needs of the industry and responds with solutions. Track loaders feature high sprocket double reduction planetary reduction final drives which provide the most efficient use of power for more traction and digging force. Wheel loaders feature pushbutton 100% front and rear axle differential lock which provides immediate traction for superior digging and

lifting power. Excavators feature pressure compensating piston pumps which provide smooth multi-function operation with unmatched break-out force and control. Driven to provide maximum functionality and performance. Try a Takeuchi and feel the power


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Kleemann Hosts Training Program for Edward Ehrbar Inc.

Kleemann portable plants are available with both cabled remote controls and a wireless remote control.

leemann hosted a training program July 9 for the sales (L-R): Ken Moses, Kleemann technical service representative; TJ Gannon, EEI sales coordinator; Matt Ahern, EEI executive vice president; Joe Schappert, Kleemann technical sales manager; Jim Hogan, EEI sales representative; representatives of Edward Ehrbar Inc.

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Dan Stanton, EEI sales representative; Steve Schiavetta, EEI sales manager; Jim Dapp, EEI sales representative; Andy Jett, EEI sales representative; Hank Ruttura, EEI branch manager; Chris Thompson, EEI sales representative; Steve Gambutti, EEI sales representative; and Larry McCrann, EEI field sales manager, take a break after hours of some rigorous application, technical and sales training that involved both classroom and hands on operating at a local site on Long Island.

Joe Schappert, a technical sales manager of Kleemann, led the course in which the Ehrbar staff was taught how to identify potential Kleemann customers, particularly in the niche recycling market. Schappert shared information gathered over his many years of experience in the aggregate industry, with a focus on matching up the right piece of equipment to satisfy the customer’s needs After the classroom setting of the training concluded, Ehrbar representatives were taken out into the field for a demonstration of the Kleemann Model MS15 scalping screen at a local Ehrbar rental job site on Long Island, N.Y. Kleemann is a division of the Wirtgen Group and is a manufacturer of portable crushing and screening products. The Edward Ehrbar Company is the authorized dealer of Kleemann Products in the New York metropolitan area and Fairfield County in Connecticut. Ehrbar sells and rents the Kleeman product (both crushing and screening), long and short time. Jim Dapp, EEI sales representative,

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

inspects the variable speed feed conveyor and primary scalping screen of this trackmounted MS15Z “Mobiscreen.”

The Komatsu WA470 feeds the hopper of the Kleemann MS15D scalping screen. The portable plant has a processing capacity of 350 tons (317.5 t) per hour.

Joe Schappert (L), Kleemann technical sales manager, and Hank Ruttura, EEI Holbrook branch manager, discuss the broad range of both screening and crushing products produced by the Kleemann division of the Wirtgen Group.

This pile of mixed demolition debris was ideal for demonstration purposes.

The Kleemann Model MS15 scalping screen is equipped with four conveyers and can produce up to four different sized materials in a single pass. It is ideal for many recycling applications.


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QUALITY USED EQUIPMENT VALUE & PERFORMANCE ASSURED

2008 CAT 345DL, Stk #: RCEEH299; 3,335 Hours; AIR CONDITIONER, BOOM: 1 PIECE, STICK: MEDIUM, PRODUCT LINK ..$285,000

2010 CAT 12M, S/N: B9F715, 221 Hours; 14' moldboard, EROPS, AC ..........$285,000

AIR COMPRESSORS New 2013 ATLAS COPCO XAS185, 185 CFM CAT AIR COMPRESSOR CAT ENGINE MODEL C2.2 ask about Zero % for 12 Special Financing............................................................................$13,875 New 2010 ATLAS COPCO XAS375, HOP070482, 600 Hours.......... ..........................................................................................$19,000 2008 SULLAIR 375HAF, 102500, 6,726 Hours; 375 cfm towable compressor cat engine ......................................................$12,300 ASPHALT / PAVERS / CONCRETE EQUIPMENT 2004 TARGET PRO65II, excellent condition ready to work $6,000 2009 WHITEMAN WM90PH8, J2859187 ............................$1,500 COMPACTORS - SMOOTH DRUM 2010 CAT CB54XW, JLM00313, Stk #: 10M0119; 411 Hours; Extra Wide Roller, From Dealer's Rental Fleet., OROPS, WATER SPRAY SYS......................................................................$139,000 2011 CAT CS44, M4C00159, Stk #: 10M0443; 478 Hours; From Dealer's Rental Fleet, OROPS, CONSISTING OF:, CS44 VIBRATORY COMPACTOR, ENGINE: TIER 3 ....................................$76,000 2009 CAT CS56, C5S00670, Stk #: 08M0223; 705 Hours; From Dealer's Rental Fleet, Damage on rear hood., OROPS, SCRAPER: STEEL, DRUM: SMOOTH, FREQUENCY ............................$95,000 COMPACTORS - WALK/TOW BEHIND 2003 MULTIQUIP P33HHMR, 1533857, 1,572 Hours ........$7,000 2008 MULTIQUIP RX1510CI33, 1839031, 217 Hours; 33 inch drum articulating trench roller with remote control ..........$17,500 DOZERS - CRAWLER 2011 CAT D6K LGP, DHA01751, Stk #: RCDHA1751; 712 Hours; Accugrade ready,, OROPS, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS ....$156,000 2008 CAT D6K XL, FBH00782, Stk #: RCFBH782; 1,593 Hours; EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS ..$152,000 2008 CAT D6N XL, DJA01027, Stk #: DJA1027; 771 Hours; Accugrade ready, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONER, BLADE: PAT, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, *D6N XL TRACTOR......................$215,000

2009 CATERPILLAR 329DL, S/N: JHJ00280; 3,960 Hours, Air Conditioner, Stick, Medium, Undercarriage, Long ..................$205,000

EXCAVATORS - CRAWLER 2012 CAT 308E CR SB, GBJ00349, Stk #: CGBJ349; 107 Hours; For sale by owner. For more information please contact Bill Reith @ 973-216-5092. Machine located..................................$105,000 2011 CAT 311DLRR, PNJ00231, Stk #: RCPNJ231; 653 Hours .... ........................................................................................$124,500 FORKLIFTS - TELESCOPIC 2010 CAT TL1055, TBM01218, 1,744 Hours; 10,000 LB TELEHANDLER,CAB A/C 4WD STABILIZERS ..........................$114,000 New 2010 GENIE GTH1056, GTH1011-14231, 1,033 Hours; 10,000 lb cpacity with CAB WITH HEAT AND A/C..............$85,000 LIFTS - BOOM 2006 GENIE S40, 10229, 2,200 Hours; GENIE S40 SELF PROPELLED AERIAL WORK PLATFORM ..................................$34,500 2007 GENIE S85, 6077, 989 Hours; S85 Genie Boom lift 4WD Foam Filled Diesel ..............................................................$86,000 1996 JLG 80HX, 028082 0300024990, 7,700 Hours; 1996 80HX JLG Boom Lift....................................................................$15,000 LIFTS - SCISSOR 2007 GENIE GS3246, 86612, 238 Hours; 32 foot platform height electric siccor lift................................................................$11,000 2007 GENIE GS4390RT, 44630, 412 Hours; 43 foot rough terrain DUAL FUEL ........................................................................$29,000

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Highway Program ‘Year Zero’ Could Cost Industry $2.3B The crisis facing the federal highway pro- they’re terrifying,” Watters, the president gram will send shockwaves through the con- and CEO of Hoffman Equipment in struction equipment industry, Associated Piscataway, N.J., said. “Those are my Equipment Distributors (AED) Vice employees, my coworkers, my colleagues Chairman Tim Watters said July 25. and my friends, and they could very well According to data released by the find themselves out of work if Congress Congress Budget Office (CBO), in FY 2015 doesn’t get its act together and solve this the Highway Trust Fund (HTF) will be problem.” unable to support any highway or transit Watters was speaking at a press conferspending, jeopardizence organized by ing more than $50 Senate Environment billion in annual “For me, those numbers & Public Works investment. Committee Chairman The potential loss aren’t abstract, they’re Barbara Boxer (Dof almost $36 billion Calif.) to draw attenin core annual high- terrifying.” tion to the highway way investment funding crisis. Watters alone would take an Tim Watters said AED would stand enormous toll on the with Boxer as she Associated Equipment Distributors equipment industry. works with her House Each dollar in highand Senate colleagues way spending generates 6.4 cents in equip- to put the HTF back on solid fiscal footing. ment market activity (sales, rental and prod“This isn’t a Democratic or Republican uct support) and dealerships average issue. This is a jobs issue,” Watters said. $606,000 in sales per employee. AED esti- “This is a battle for the health of the conmates the HTF “year zero” scenario will cost struction equipment industry and, more the equipment industry $2.3 billion in lost broadly, the future of the U.S. economy.” (This story also can be found on market activity and threaten more than 3,700 Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at dealership jobs. “For me, those numbers aren’t abstract, www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

(L-R) are Sen. Barbara Boxer; Bud Wright, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO); and Tim Watters, Hoffman Equipment.

U.S. Rental Revenue Continues to Outpace Economy The equipment rental industry in the United States continues to outpace gross domestic product (GDP) in the United States by four times in 2013, according to American Rental Association’s (ARA) latest forecast from the ARA Rental Market Monitor. Revenues will reach $33.5 billion in revenue, representing a 7.0 percent increase over 2012 with revenue growth reaching 7.8 percent in the fourth quarter according to the latest quarterly forecast updated July 29, 2013. Economic data and analysis for ARA’s Rental Market Monitor is compiled by IHS Global Insight, economic forecasting firm based in Lexington, Mass. In the United States, the construction market and consumer spending continue to be the most important drivers of growth of the equipment rental market in 2013. “Though real nonresidential construction is forecast to decline 0.8 percent, real residential construction is expected to grow 8.2 percent, yielding an overall real construction growth rate of 2.6 percent in 2013. Real con-

sumer spending is projected to increase 1.9 percent in 2013, with spending on recreational services forecast to grow 1.3 percent. These improvements will translate into increased revenue in all segments of the equipment rental market,” according to the U.S. economic analysis from the ARA Rental Market Monitor. The construction and industrial equipment segment is forecast to grow 8.1 percent in 2013, while general tool segment revenue is expected to increase 5.4 percent over 2012. Party and event rental revenue is forecast to increase 2.4 percent. The second quarter of 2013 is projected to be the slowest for the overall rental equipment market compared with 2012, but quarter-on-quarter growth is forecast to pick up in the final two quarters of the year. The forecast for 2014 is more positive, calling for 9.2 percent growth in U.S. equipment rental revenue followed by 12.9 percent growth in 2015. By the end of 2017, equipment rental revenue in the United

States is expected to exceed $46.5 billion. In Canada, the equipment rental industry is forecast to generate nearly $4.6 billion in revenue in 2013, a 2.8 percent increase, and to continue growing throughout the forecast to reach nearly $5.4 billion in rental revenue in 2017. “As we look toward the third quarter of the year, we continue to see significant growth opportunity in succeeding future years for equipment rental. The dynamics of the economy drive this industry, along with individual management initiative. Rental operators adeptly balance these factors to build their rental revenue volume. Rental penetration continues its growth pattern, as the customer base relies on rental as a preferred business option,” said Christine Wehrman, ARA’s executive vice president and CEO. “The U.S. economy slowed more than expected in the first half of the year, but equipment rental demand has remained strong. We have lowered our growth expec-

tations for 2013 modestly to reflect this, but rental growth will still handily outperform the overall economy. The path ahead still looks promising with employment growth continuing and housing data coming in strong, which implies an improving commercial construction market to follow. Industrial markets, especially those tied to energy exploration and production, also should see growth,” said Scott Hazelton, a senior partner with IHS Global insight, which compiles data and analyses for the ARA Rental Market Monitor. The ARA Rental Market Monitor is a subscription-based service for American Rental Association (ARA) members provided by ARA and Rental Management as part of a partnership with IHS Global Insight. For more information, visit www.ARArental.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Bomag Significantly Expands JESCO’s Dealer Territory Bomag Americas Inc. and Territory Manager Jim Head announced a significant expansion of JESCO Inc.’s territory and Bomag product line offering, representing a strategic move for the manufacturer to secure solid representation in the northeast United States. “Jesco has been a long-time Bomag distributor who has delivered results for us and for their customers, and to say we are excited about them taking on the full Bomag equipment offering in a larger territory is an understatement,” said John Hood, director of sales, heavy equipment of Bomag Americas Inc. JESCO is now a full-line Bomag equipment distributor — from tampers and plate compactors to road building equipment and landfill compactors — for contractors in the Hudson Valley and Long Island in New York, nearly the entire state of Maryland, and the states of Delaware and New Jersey. “JESCO is an exceptional Bomag distributor with an ownership committed to growing the company,” added Head, “and this new contract establishes them as a major asphalt house with milling machines, pavers and reclaimer/stabilizers to complement their strength on the soil side of the business. They are truly a one-stop shop for both soil

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(MTV); and the Asphalt Manager intelligent compaction system, designed to measure asphalt stiffness and prevent mat over-compaction. A construction equipment distributor since 1972, JESCO prides itself on the development of deep, long-lasting relationships with its customers by supplying a wide range of quality equipment. “We only represent the top equipment lines in a category, and Bomag is definitely a worldwide leader,” said Falzarano. The foundation of JESCO’s success with its customers lies in having the right equipment for the job and supporting that equipment through stocking parts, maintenance

programs and service support in the field or at the shop, according to the company. “JESCO has committed to having Bomag product specialists and their seasoned sales and service representatives have been thoroughly trained on the entire line, so they are ready to partner with their customers to ensure their success,” added Head. In recent years, JESCO has expanded beyond its New Jersey roots to open branches in the surrounding states, and this new contract takes advantage of the company’s growth within the region. JESCO responds to customer and equipment needs from 10 locations — three in New Jersey, two in New York, four in Maryland and one in Delaware. “We are excited with the new contract, honored that Bomag has mirrored our footprint expansion, and eager to take advantage of this opportunity to further partner with our customers,” said Falzarano. For more information, visit www.jesco.us or www.bomag.com/us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

U.S. Senate Committee AcceptsICPI Provision on THUD Bill The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee has agreed to include a permeable pavements provision in the committee report to accompany the Senate version of the “THUD” Appropriations Bill. The language was drafted and offered to the Senate by the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute, ICPI. “THUD” is the key appropriation to fund all activities by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, and is of paramount interest to all transportation business stakeholders. David Pitre, ICPI’s board chairman-elect, hailed the action taken by the Senate Committee as an “extension and expansion of the language that ICPI secured on the MAP-21 Transportation Authorization law. ICPI is helping government institutions at all levels overcome outmoded barriers to adoption and increase the use of pavers to obtain their public policy benefits in transportation.” The permeable pavements appropriation language is the first action by ICPI in the appropriations element of transportation issues on Capitol Hill. Charles McGrath, ICPI’s executive director, added that “ICPI’s activities on this effort reflect the association’s commitment to

grow paver penetration into the huge U.S. transportation network as a mainstream technology to expand and upgrade the transportation infrastructure.” The provision offered by ICPI is included in Senate Report 113-45, and urges the U.S. Secretary of Transportation to expend discretionary funds to address the purposes set forth in MAP-21. However, the appropriations provision expands USDOT/FHWA activities to include testing of high-traffic permeable pavements using infiltration concrete or asphalt bases, validation of hydrologic/hydraulic/pollutant removal performance data and modeling, and data collection and reporting on permeable pavements, installation, maintenance and life cycle costs. The committee provision further directs USDOT to issue reports on its findings to State and municipal transportation agencies. “ICPI staff are working closely with USDOT/FHWA officials to implement the new policy and encourage the agencies to allocate discretionary funds to these tasks,” said McGrath. Randall Pence of Capitol Hill Advocates, ICPI’s Government Affairs Counsel, commented that “the ICPI appropriations provi-

sion was made possible in large part by the prior placement of the permeable pavements language in MAP-21. Procedurally, the provisions are designed to work in tandem, and also to lay the foundation for the successor bill to MAP-21.”

Appropriations Committee, particularly Sens. Patty Murray (D-WA) and Susan Collins (R-ME), for their bipartisan work on the THUD subcommittee. Collins is particularly interested in how permeable pavements can provide environmentally-friendly stormwater reduction enhancements to the nation’s transportation infrastructure. In addition, ICPI thanked Sen. David Vitter (R-LA), a key player in passing MAP-21, who signed a letter to the appropriations committee supporting the inclusion of the permeable pavements language. Charles McGrath Floor action was expected on both Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute the Senate and House versions of the THUD Appropriations Bill during the At least one Senate staff member called week of July 22. ICPI is lobbying the House the ICPI action “a bold move” on the heels Committee on Appropriations with respect of ICPI securing permeable pavements lan- to ICPI’s support for the Senate language. guage on MAP-21 a short time ago — the ICPI has asked the House Committee to first appearance of permeable pavements accept the Senate language during the policy sought by ICPI. Nonetheless, ICPI upcoming House-Senate conference to conwas able to convince members of the Senate solidate all proposals into a final bill to be that permeable pavements should share the signed into law. future of the U.S. transportation infrastrucFor more information, visit www.icpi.org. ture. (This story also can be found on Pitre, McGrath and Pence jointly praised Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at the leadership and foresight of the Senate www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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NEWARK, N.J. (AP) Several environmental and neighborhood groups have sued the Coast Guard and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in an effort to halt a project to raise the Bayonne Bridge until a fuller environmental study can be conducted. The Coalition for Healthy Ports filed the suit July 31 in U.S. District Court in New York. The Coast Guard failed to comply with federal environmental laws before authorizing the Port Authority to raise the bridge, the suit alleged. The Coast Guard approved the $1.3 billion plan in May after completing its environmental review. The project would raise the 82-year-old bridge’s roadway by 64 ft. (19.5 m) in order to accommodate larger cargo ships anticipated to begin using the expanded Panama Canal by the end of 2015. The suit claims the project will expose neighboring communities in New Jersey and Staten Island to elevated levels of air pollution and toxins such as asbestos, lead and arsenic. It seeks to force the Coast Guard to conduct a more detailed environmental impact study before the project, now in a preconstruction phase, moves forward. The Port Authority and the Coast Guard declined to comment on the lawsuit Aug. 1. The lawsuit charges that while the Port Authority has said New York and New Jersey ports need the raised bridge to stay competitive and will see a significant increase in cargo, the Coast Guard’s environmental study “concluded the raising of the bridge would have only a minimal effect on future cargo volumes at the port.’’ The environmental groups said in the lawsuit their own analysis concluded that cargo would increase in the ports west of the bridge — Howland Hook, Elizabeth and Port Newark — by 44 percent, posing a greater health risk to surrounding communities than the Coast Guard study predicted. Also, construction on the New Jersey and Staten Island sides of the bridge would take place on former industrial sites and expose residents to toxic materials, according to the lawsuit. The Bayonne Bridge project is one of several involving New York metropolitan-area bridges totaling nearly $3 billion over the next several years. The biggest will be the replacement of the 85-year-old Goethals Bridge, also connecting New Jersey and Staten Island, at a cost of $1.5 billion that will be funded by a public-private partnership, the Port Authority has said.

not that that will be any comfort to the estimated 20,000 vehicles that cross the span during those hours on weeknights, or the 50,000 that cross on weekend nights. The bridge has two levels: Trucks are restricted to the upper level, which has four lanes in each direction. The lower level has three lanes in each direction and is not part of the current repair project. Crews will cut, remove and replace more than 600 deck panels — steel topped with asphalt — using two large cranes. Delays of 45 to 60 minutes are expected, but that could be an optimistic assessment. A test run produced 90-minute-delays, albeit with no public notification, said Port Authority tunnels, bridges and terminals director Cedrick Fulton. “There are going to be delays, no question about it,’’ Fulton said. “We’re trying to communicate with the public and urge them to change their driving habits. We’re trying to push as many cars as possible down [to the lower level].’’ About 300,000 vehicles per day cross the 82-year-old span, which car-

ries Interstate 95 from northern New Jersey across upper Manhattan and northeast into Connecticut. The upper deck opened in 1931, and the lower deck was added in 1962. About 7 percent of those vehicles travel in the overnight hours during the week and would be affected by the lane closures, Port Authority officials said. That number rises to 17 percent on weekend nights. The $82 million repair will replace the steel beams underlying the upper deck roadway, which were last replaced in the late 1970s. They were designed to have a 20-year life span, but tests every two years showed they had maintained their integrity, Fulton said. But in recent years, according to bridge chief structural engineer Bernard Yostpille, small cracks had begun to crop up with greater frequency, leading to increasing repairs. The bridge was never in danger from the cracks, said Andrea Giorgi Bocker, engineer of construction of the bridge. The repairs are being funded by phased-in toll increases implemented in 2011 that will ultimately raise cash tolls from $8 to $15.

Fulton said one concern is that some motorists won’t take the warnings seriously because a project last year to shore up a structure on the New York side of the bridge led to far shorter delays than were expected. Two years ago, a weekend-long closure of a portion of Interstate 405 in Los Angeles was dubbed “Carmageddon’’ but didn’t produce anything resembling the epic traffic jams that many feared. Another weekend closure last fall didn’t produce “Carmageddon II,’’ as many motorists stayed off the road. The George Washington Bridge work began Aug. 5 in the westbound lanes and shifted to the eastbound lanes the following Monday. The Port Authority plans to extend the hours gradually until the closures last from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. on weeknights and 11 p.m. to 9 a.m. on weekends. Work schedules also will be tailored around the New York Yankees’ home games in the Bronx, Port Authority officials said. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Best Line Equipment Opens Location in Uniontown, Pa.; Now Has 12 Branches

Best Line Equipment has acquired Uniontown Industrial Equipment Company in Uniontown, Pa. With the purchase, Best Line Equipment now has 12 operating locations and one under construction in West Chester, Pa. Best Line began operating out of Uniontown on July 1. “It will be great for all parties involved, both employees and customers,” said Robert Hess, one of the owners of Uniontown Industrial Equipment Company. “Our product offering is going to increase dramatically which will better satisfy our customer’s needs.” Hess, along with the other two owners, Mike Clower and Tammy Mauk, have decided to accept positions with Best Line Equipment. Hess has (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment assumed the role of branch manager. Clower has taken the sales manager Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

position and Mauk will now be the office manager. Adam Houseknecht, general manager of operations at Best Line Equipment, is looking forward to continuing the work that UIEC has started. “Customers can expect to see the same friendly faces they’ve known and trusted for years, with increased parts and service availability, product and equipment offerings and expanded selection.” Best Line Equipment also will provide area businesses, government institutions, and the Utica and Marcellus Gas Industry with equipment rental and emergency after-hours equipment delivery and service. “This is an exciting time for us,” Houseknecht added. “Anytime a strong local business can become

stronger with added services, the entire community benefits.” Best Line Equipment enters the Uniontown area as a leader in equipment rental, sales, and service. Michael Houseknecht started Best Line Equipment in 1985. Now headquartered in State College, Pa., Best Line operates with more than 300 employees and more than 50 equipment manufacturers. Brands like Doosan, Terex, Eager Beaver, Dynapac and Lay-Mor will be carried over from UIEC to Best Line. The community is invited to visit the location at 2266 University Drive in Lemont Furnace, Pa., directly off of Route 119. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Kobelco USA Holds Successful Dealer Meeting in Texas Kobelco Construction Machinery USA recently held a dealer meeting at the Woodland’s Resort and Conference Center in The Woodlands, Texas. The meeting started on July 8 and ended the morning of July 10. Forty-three Kobelco dealers were represented at the event by nearly 100 attendees. “Given the rather recent relaunch of our brand, we are extremely pleased with the turnout at our first official dealer gathering,” said Ron Hargrave, vice president of marketing and sales of Kobelco Construction Machinery USA. Following an opening night reception and networking event the evening of July 8, was the company’s official ribbon cutting ceremony to its new U.S. Dealers participated in a traditional sake barrel ceremony. headquarters in Houston the next mornPete Morita, president and CEO of react quickly to the needs of your local maring. After the ribbon cutting, dealers were given tours of Kobelco’s new offices and Kobelco Construction Machinery USA, ketplace. We will work with you one on one parts distribution warehouse. The balance of specifically addressed how Kobelco will to develop win-win situations so that we can the day was educational, with dealers learn- work with dealers in each of their designated jointly grow Kobelco’s market share and become a market leader.” ing more about the company’s long term territories. “Our goal is to work with and listen to Though packed with information, the goals, its global approach and its approach as it relates specifically to gaining market share each and every Kobelco dealer to help meeting also provided plenty of time for in North America. Additional time was ded- improve Kobelco excavators and our inter- networking. The night of July 9 was all icated to discussions surrounding product nal processes so that we can provide the about having a little fun. Kobelco kicked development, marketing, customer service, equipment your customers want and need. off a group dinner with a traditional sake We are flexible and nimble and we want to barrel ceremony. Select dealers were asked warranty, order management and parts.

to participate by beating three wooden barrels open with a wooden mallet. Once open, the barrels signified a fresh start for Kobelco in North America. Dealers toasted Kobelco’s new beginning with the sake inside the barrels. Following dinner, dealers participated in a casino night. The meeting wrapped up with a golf outing on the morning of July 10. “The event had such positive energy from start to finish. That energy stemmed from Kobelco executives who flew in from overseas, to our Kobelco USA employees to each and every dealer who willingly participated in the meeting. This is such a wonderful and exciting time for the company. Dealers are genuinely thrilled to have the true Kobelco back in the United States and Canada. Our passion for innovation and single line focus is something that has been missed by the industry for a very long time,” said George Lumpkins, product marketing manager. For more information, call 281-888-8430 or visit www.Kobelco-USA.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Va. Road-Funding Law: Long-Haul Fix or Jump Start? By Bob Lewis AP POLITICAL WRITER

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) You didn’t notice the 6.4 cents-per-gallon overnight drop in the price of gasoline the morning of July 1? You didn’t notice it because it didn’t happen. Somewhere between the oil company pipelines and your pocketbook, the state gasoline tax decrease that took effect when the final seconds of June ticked off the clock took a detour. Had the tax break been passed along to consumers, the June 30 statewide average of $3.36 per gallon as calculated by GasBuddy.com should have fallen the next day to $3.29.6 per gallon. Instead, it declined just nine-tenths of a penny, to $3.35.1. Over four days, the statewide average declined by 3.1 cents, then shot to about $3.50 per gallon. Virginia tax changes had no bearing because comparable price shifts played out at the same time in bordering states’ price averages. The lower tax was the shiny selling feature on Virginia’s first-in-a-generation transportation funding makeover. The new law is engineered to yield an additional $1.4 billion for long-needed road and rail projects that lay unfunded and dormant for a decade or more.

The transportation funding triumph stands as Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell’s most conspicuous legislative legacy — a feat that eluded two Democratic predecessors. Now, less than half a year before his single, non-successive term expires, it’s the brightest point in McDonnell’s scandal-scarred final year. It’s not the same bill McDonnell proposed in January on the eve of the 2013 General Assembly. His legislation would have made Virginia the first state without a tax on gasoline. He’d have shifted more of the revenue burden onto Virginia’s retail sales and use tax. The compromise that emerged from a tax-averse, GOP-ruled legislature was quite different, but one that McDonnell came to embrace and even champion, despite having to ally himself with legislative Democrats to win passage when his own party split with conservatives balking at the new taxes. It replaced the failing 17.5-cents-per-gallon retail tax on gasoline with a 3.5 percent tax on the wholesale cost of gas — at June 30 prices, a per-gallon decrease of 6.4 cents. Revenues had declined for years under the obsolete volume-based levy because of greater automotive fuel efficiency and a decrease in discretionary driving after monumental gas price increases. Keyed to price, the new tax will keep pace with inflation.

Other taxes besides gasoline were devoted to transportation. The sales and use tax increased from 5 percent to 5.3 percent statewide. There’s a $64 annual registration fee on hybrid and alternative-fuel vehicles and increases the titling tax on car purchases from 3 percent to 4.3 percent. Other taxes apply in urbanized areas, generating up to $350 million for northern Virginia and $200 million for Hampton Roads for projects exclusively within those regions. McDonnell is proud of it. “We had a 30 year funding failure to fix and a 30 year backlog in construction to address, and this bill did it,’’ McDonnell spokesman J. Tucker Martin said as McDonnell returned from a Department of Defense trip to the Middle East and Germany to visit American troops. “Like all bills there certainly could be technicalities to work out and items to address as it moves forward, but when it comes to transportation in Virginia, the next decade should be about paving and building, not sitting and debating,’’ Martin said. He’s right. Without a change, Virginia risked burning out its economic engines — northern Virginia and Hampton Roads — in interminable highway gridlock that strands commuters on asphalt deserts for hours daily. Virginia also risked losing billions in

federal transportation funds if the state couldn’t muster its matching share. But the technicalities he mentioned could cost you. First, there’s serious concern over a Portsmouth judge’s ruling against tolls necessary to finance an ongoing $2 billion public-private project to build new highway tunnels connecting Portsmouth and Norfolk beneath the Elizabeth River. If the Virginia Supreme Court upholds Portsmouth Circuit Judge James Cales’ decision, it could imperil toll-financed public-private highway projects across the state and cost taxpayers billions of dollars. Second, the new law presumes that a dysfunctional Congress can pass the Marketplace Fairness Act that would allow states to collect sales taxes from online merchants and interstate catalog sales. If it doesn’t pass this year, Virginia will miss out on hundreds of millions of dollars in additional revenue, and it would trigger an automatic jump in Virginia’s wholesale gasoline tax from 3.5 percent to 5.1 percent. Unlike the first morning of July, that’s a price change that will probably be passed along to you at the pump. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Towmaster Holds 4th Annual Equipment, Education Expo

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Huge crowds attended the Towmaster 4th Annual Equipment and Education Expo.

owmaster Inc., manufacturer of equipment trailers and truck bodies/equipment, held its 4th Annual Equipment and Education Expo on July 16. More than 300 key people from MN-DOT, multiple county, township, and city agencies, attended this event, which featured more than 30 exhibitors, and included four educational seminars all focused on the needs of the local and statewide transportation field. “This expo has become a huge event for Towmaster and its partners,” said Tim Erickson, Towmaster Truck Equipment sales manager. “It builds and solidifies relationships between us, our suppliers, and our customers, as well as offers ongoing education and information vital to the various maintenance departments of cities, townships,

counties, and the state of Minnesota.” Towmaster partnered with representatives from Omaha Standard/Palfinger, Falls Plows, Valley Blades Ltd., Force America, Whelen, Astleford International, Boyer Trucks, and Swenson Products, by sponsoring this event. Attendees learned about trailer payload and GVWR requirements, DOT Commercial Motor Vehicle regulations, upcoming crane operator certification requirements, and cutting edges, from attending the educational seminars. A lunch was provided and prizes were given away, including a $4,000 Swenson Spreader to one lucky municipality. “This event has grown over the last four years and it’s something unique to Towmaster,” said Len Stulc, president of Towmaster. “Our employees pull together as a team and work hard to make this event positive and successful. Our partners help in a tremendous way and all the exhibitors told me it was a great event for them.” Towmaster uses this event as an opportunity to network and build positive and ongoing relationships with both supplier partners and customers.

This 2014 Mack truck is decked out just right for the crew from Yellow Medicine County in southwestern, Minn. (L-R) are Mechanic Trer Luepke, Maintenance Foreman Jim Marquardt and Shop Foreman Dave Moset.

Palfinger had a great truck-mounted crane on hand, the Palpro 43, with fully proportional controls, maintenance free with a hexagonal extension system that gives the setup its strength. Mario Hufnagl (L) and Andrew Schumacher of Palfinger, Omaha, Neb., point out all of the features.

Outside in the sun doing his best not to melt is Jay Kockler, sales with Farm-Rite, Dassel Minn., with a 2013 Bobcat all-wheel steer 2-speed A770.

Steve London (L) of Inver Grove Heights, Minn., and County Engineer Ronald Mortensen take a look at the popular DD13 engine of this Freightliner 1145D.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) see TOWMASTER page 108

(L-R): Craig Schmieg and Mark Bellamore of Chaska, Minn., look over this John Deere 644K hybrid loader with RDO Equipment Specialist Dan Rud, Burnsville, Minn.


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ConExpo 1975 — Chicago, Ill. Road Shows From Past to ‘Present’ CEG Gears Up for ConExpo 1975 These ConExpo articles were published in Construction Equipment Guide (CEG) on Feb. 5, 1975. These and other ConExpo articles to follow will be part of a continuing series that take a look back at ConExpos past through the reporting of CEG. We hope you enjoy these retros as much as we did searching for them deep in our archives.

Fifty years ago, in 1925, when the first formal road show was conducted in Chicago, the crowd of approximately 15,000 people was thought to be spectacular. Now, a half century later, the ConExpo, formally known as the Road Show, is anticipating a Chicago crowd of at least 150,000 to wander through the International Amphitheatre and McCormick Place to view practically every piece of construction equipment that is manufactured in the world. The first known road show was actually nothing more than a trade show conducted in Chicago in 1909 — at least these are the earliest available records of a meeting of this type. In 1925, the first major show was held in Chicago and was repeated again in 1926. In those years, crowds of 15,000 to 16,000 were considerable and the exhibit area available at that time was less than 100,000 square feet, which by today’s standards would only accommodate the three largest exhibitors at this year’s ConExpo. The early 1930s precluded any shows because of the condition of the economy, but by 1936 the construction industry association felt more confident and conducted a show in Cleveland. With over 14,000 visitors in attendance it made the show a great success. In 1938 another show was staged, using both indoor and outdoor space, also in Cleveland. The success of that year’s show provided the impetus to stage a show in San Francisco in 1939 to tie in with the Golden Gate Exposition. The advent of World War II prevented any road shows until 1948, when a show was held back in Chicago for the first time since 1926. That year’s production was staged at Soldier Field in Chicago and was the first totally outdoor show and also was the last summer time show that the association ever attempted. Regardless of the conditions, however, the magnitude of the show far exceeded any previous ones. It was at this show that there was in excess of a million square feet of exhibit space available, with over 75 percent of this used for equipment exhibits. It also was the first time that all exhibitors had as much space as they cared to use and the city of Chicago also had enough accommodations for

all of the visitors. After the 1948 success, the association changed their name to CIMA and scheduled the next road show for Chicago in February of 1957. Once again, even though it was nine years after the last voyage to Chicago, the show proved to be tremendously successful. The number of exhibitors and visitors, as well as the size of equipment on display, was larger than anything previously staged. However at this time it also became apparent that as the show got bigger, the cost and money involved was getting to be enormous. Regardless of the cost, the 1957 show was a huge success and as a result, 1963 was scheduled for the date

of the next show. The 1963 show was even bigger as the Amphitheatre, the largest exhibition hall in the country, was once again utilized. This show was the biggest ever and proved one thing … that the preparations, the costs and the time involved for such a show meant that a long period of preparation time had to be granted to all the exhibitors. The board at that time resolved on a six-year interval between shows. This would provide the industry, construction equipment manufacturers and their engineering departments with an adequate amount of time to develop and announce new equipment. It was at this time that the theme of the show was changed to ConExpo and 1969 was scheduled for the next show. The 1969 show turned more international in flavor as countries from all over the world were represented by well over 10,000 overseas visitors to Chicago. The ConExpo ’69 registered 124,000 guests and exhibitors invested an estimated $100 million, including the value of the equipment on display, cost of exhibits and the preparation and staging expenses of the show. Of the $100 million, approximately 60 percent was the cost of all the equipment on display. ConExpo ’75, which will be staged February 9 through the 14, will be housed in two buildings as the 1969 show was. The International Amphitheatre will be open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and McCormick


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ConExpo 1975 — Chicago, Ill. ConExpo ’75 Attracts Visitors From Across the Globe

Evil Knievel’s ill-fated rocket hung from a crane in McCormick Place.

Place will be open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. As to exhibitors, it could very briefly and correctly be stated that everyone will be there. As far as the major exhibitors are concerned, the dominating space of ConExpo ’75 will be taken by JI Case, Caterpillar Tractor Co., Clark Equipment Co., John Deere, Fiat-Allis, International Harvester, Challenge Cook, Poclain, Terex, MasseyFerguson, and Wabco, to mention a few. The exhibitors will number in excess of 200, to give you a good idea of the scope of this year’s ConExpo. In addition to equipment, you can also expect to see an extravaganza that will rival some Broadway productions. The entertainment will range from movies to miniature models of equipment working from computers and also being worked by electronics from nearby remote units. A laser manufacturer will give free training in leveling their laser units, the manufacturer of a large rear dump will allow you to lounge in the bed of the truck and listen to some narrators discuss the features of the vehicle. Various entertainers will be utilized including an ESP mental telepathy act, magicians will be on hand, as well as famous entertainers, athletes, and others who will all contribute to the construction industry on parade. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG Coming next issue: ConExpo ’75 Showcases the Latest, Greatest in Equipment.

(Editor’s note: This article was published in CEG Feb. 19, 1975.) ConExpo, the show everyone involved in the construction equipment industry has been waiting for, opened this past week in Chicago. Held every six years by CIMA, ConExpo is the world’s largest privately sponsored indoor trade show. The doors opened as Mayor Richard Daley cut the ribbon and the crowd poured in. And a crowd it was as 75,000 braved sub-zero temperatures on opening day to see and marvel at the latest developments in construction equipment. It was the largest opening day crowd in the 50year history of ConExpo and it didn’t stop there. By Monday night, only the second day of the event, the crowd had exceeded the most optimistic predictions of 125,000 for the entire week. The crowd was as varied as it was large, ranging from the mid-western excavator in his working clothes to some dressed in cowboy hats and boots, while others were in their Wall Street business suits; it seemed that all types of people came to see the exhibits. Over 15,000 people came from overseas representing about 80 countries. England, Europe, Japan, Australia, the Middle East and even some communist countries were among the many represented. There was plenty to see — 230 exhibitors displayed the latest in construction equipment, methods and accessories, for every segment of the construction industry. Thousands of pieces of equipment ranging in weight from many pounds to many hundreds of tons, were on exhibit in the two halls, McCormick Place and the International Amphitheatre, that offered over two million feet of space. The total value of the equipment on display was in excess of $150 million. The display was awesome. One of the attractions was a huge rubber-tire loader with a 24 cu. yd. bucket. It was so big it had to be displayed out of doors — a tall man could easily walk under it. Some manufacturers such as Fiat-Allis, John Deere and Massey Ferguson entered the heavy crawler market with many new models. The big scoop bucket was featured on several of the many excavators displayed. Articulated graders, huge rubber-tire loaders, a large electronic wheel dozer, all types of cranes and much foreign

made equipment were just some of the fascinating exhibits. The exhibitors themselves put on a first-class show. In addition to the dazzling array of equipment there were other attractions to pep up the weary eye. Shows, movies, comedy sketches, and stars all had a part in making this a great event. Football players, coaches and golfers were on hand to help promote. Jack Nicklaus, George Blanda, Ken Stabler, Roger Staubach and Don Shula were all there. Evil Knievel’s ill-fated rocket hung from a crane in McCormick Place. The show had to be seen to be experienced and its success encourages an optimistic outlook for the future. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Tax Relief in Sight…

Sandherr Issues Positive Statement on New Coalition The chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, issued the following statement in reaction to the launch of the new Coalition for Fair Effective Tax Rates. The association is a founding member of the new coalition, which will work to ensure that comprehensive tax reform efforts focus on lowering the effective corporate tax rates — what firms actually pay in total federal taxes. “The launch of this new coalition will help bring needed tax relief to a construction sector that currently pays the highest effective corporate tax rate of any industry type. That relief can’t come soon enough as the hard-hit construction industry pays an effective corporate tax rate of 31 percent, the highest level in the economy and more than double the rate some sectors pay, according to the most recent analysis by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. “Given federal officials’ repeated insistence on wanting to put in place policies to boost employment levels, it is hard to under-

stand why our tax policies discriminate against the labor-intensive construction industry. Fortunately, members of Congress have an opportunity to address the disparity among effective rates as they undertake broader, comprehensive tax reform. These reform efforts need to focus on, and ultimately lower, the effective corporate tax rate employers actually pay, instead of the ostensible, pre-deductions, corporate rate that is so often cited. “In addition to serving as a founding member of this new coalition, the Associated General Contractors of America will continue to work with federal officials to educate them about the disproportionate tax burden imposed on construction employers and work to promote the kind of tax relief needed to encourage more growth in construction employment.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

NJDOT to Replace Route 4 Bridge Deck Over Flat Rock New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials announced the replacement of the Route 4 bridge deck over Flat Rock Brook in Englewood City, Bergen County. The $1.5 million state-funded project will replace the existing, deteriorated structure with a new pre-cast concrete bridge deck. The construction will take place in several stages, with the contractor, CreamerSanzari Inc., conducting slab stabilization work requiring lane closures in both the eastbound and westbound directions. At least one travel will be maintained in each direction during this initial work. The eastbound lanes will have a single lane closure from 9 p.m. through 6 a.m. and a double lane closure from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. on both Monday and Tuesday nights. The westbound lane will have one lane closed from 11 p.m. to 6

a.m. on both nights. The new bridge deck will be manufactured off site and installed by the contractor over two separate weekends. One direction of Route 4 will be fully closed to traffic and detoured each weekend for the bridge deck installation expected to take place in late July or early August. The use of pre-cast concrete bridge components will enable NJDOT to significantly shorten the construction schedule and minimize impacts to traffic. In addition to the replacement of the existing bridge deck, NJDOT will resurface the bridge approaches on Route 4 in both directions. Construction is scheduled for completion later this summer. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Listed below are some bids on projects for the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT). Counties/Districts: Caroline, Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne’s and Talbot Contract No.: 492D21415 Project: Linestriping. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Alpha Space Control Company Inc. — $1,377,950 • A - Annandale Inc. — $1,539,000 • Denville Line Painting Inc. — $1,696,500 • Zone Striping Inc. — $1,895,500 • Midlantic Marking Inc. — $2,337,500 • Traffic Lines Inc. — $2,355,000 County/District: Prince George’s Contract No.: PG7865477 Project: Md. 212 safety and resurfacing; from Pleasant Acres Drive to I-95. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Ardent Company LLC — $1,834,300 • American Infrastructure-Md Inc. d/b/a American Infrastructure — $1,860,777 • Francis O. Day Company Inc. — $1,925,463 • Bardon Inc. d/b/a Aggregate Industries — $1,929,989 • Civil Construction LLC — $2,187,631 • A & M Concrete Corporation — $2,205,384 County/District: Prince George’s Contract No.: PG9795477 Project: U.S. 50 (John Hanson Highway) from western corp. limits of Cheverly to VMS sign #315. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Francis O. Day Company Inc. — $2,455,063 • Bardon Inc. d/b/a Aggregate Industries — $2,779,408 County/District: Prince George’s Contract No.: PG7865277 Project: Safety and resurfacing on Md. 197 from Evergreen Parkway to U.S. 301. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Francis O. Day Company Inc. — $1,391,096 • Bardon Inc. d/b/a Aggregate Industries — $1,409,929 • American Infrastructure-Md Inc. d/b/a American Infrastructure — $1,427,777 • Reliable Contracting Company Inc. — $1,435,001 • Fort Myer Construction Corporation — $1,483,189 • Civil Construction LLC — $1,876,655 County/District: Prince George’s Contract No.: PG9795677 Project: Safety and resurfacing from Good Luck Road to I-95 (Capital Beltway). Contractors and Bid Amount: • American Infrastructure-Md Inc. d/b/a American Infrastructure — $3,435,777 • Bardon Inc. d/b/a Aggregate Industries — $3,499,870 • Francis O. Day Company Inc. — $3,658,748 • Fort Myer Construction Corporation — $3,833,145 • Civil Construction LLC — $4,420,430

County/District: Statewide Contract No.: SDSC2013A Project: Field exploration drilling — contract support at various locations statewide. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Froehling & Robertson Inc. — $2,650,550 • Hillis-Carnes Engineering Associates Inc. — $2,833,950 • Tidewater Inc. — $3,930,924 Counties/Districts: Baltimore and Harford/District 4 Contract No.: XY1475133 Project: Areawide ADA compliance project. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Romano Concrete Inc. — $2,722,198 • Image Asphalt Maintenance Inc. — $3,221,485 • Civil Construction LLC — $4,308,615 • Allied Contractors Inc. — $4,564,700 County/District: Montgomery Contract No.: 4771531415 Project: Install, repair or replace traffic barrier. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Guardrails Etc. Inc. — $1,143,596 • L. S. Lee Inc. — $1,328,000 • Chesapeake Guardrails a division of PDI-Sheetz — $1,582,782 • Long Fence Company Inc. — $1,587,831 County/District: Prince George’s Contract No.: PG7865777 Project: Safety and resurfacing from Md. 458 (Silver Hill

Road) from Md. 5 (Branch Avenue) to Walker Mill Road. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Milani Construction LLC — $6,500,000 • Ardent Company LLC — $6,633,300 • Fort Myer Construction Corporation — $6,789,467 • Francis O. Day Company Inc. — $6,844,425 • A & M Concrete Corporation — $7,328,515 Counties/Districts: Prince George’s and Montgomery Contract No.: 492D31415 Project: Linestriping. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Midlantic Marking Inc. — $1,145,010 • A - Annandale Inc. — $1,328,900 • Zone Striping Inc. — $1,504,333 • Denville Line Painting Inc. — $1,587,500 • Traffic Lines Inc. — $2,086,000 • Roadmark Corporation — $2,234,750 • Priceless Industries Inc. — $2,487,850 County/District: Baltimore Contract No.: BA7725187 Project: Intersection improvements — Md. 145 at Md. 146. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Concrete General Inc. — $2,630,567 • Machado Construction Company Inc. — $3,035,169 • Gray & Son Inc. — $3,113,000 • P. Flanigan & Sons Inc. — $3,386,863 • Civil Construction LLC — $3,748,695


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As part of the event, current and former NASCAR stars were pitted against each other in a competition to see who would win the opportunity to pilot the 336E H and actually break ground at Daytona. Each had to operate a Cat 950K wheel loader safely through a course with skill and speed.

A $400 million redevelopment project is under way at Daytona International Speedway.

Cat Iron Helps Break Ground on Historic Daytona Rising On July 5, Cat machines participated in the groundbreaking of Daytona Rising, a historic $400 million redevelopment project at Daytona International Speedway. The significance for Daytona parent company International Speedway Corporation (ISC) and Caterpillar Inc. is the long-standing 20year partnership between the two companies. Additionally, the project marks the largest redevelopment ever at ISC’s 54-yearold flagship motorsports facility and is the first time a Cat 336E H hydraulic hybrid excavator has been used for such a significant undertaking. “There’s no better way to showcase our machines than through participation in the Daytona Rising groundbreaking,” said Greg Towles, manager of the Cat racing program. “When ISC asked us what machines would make sense for an event and project like this, we immediately thought of our new state-ofthe-art hydraulic hybrid excavator.” As part of the event, current and former NASCAR stars were pitted against each

other in a competition to see who would win the opportunity to pilot the 336E H and actually break ground at Daytona. Current drivers Jeff Burton and Ryan Newman and Trevor Bayne and Greg Biffle competed against former NASCAR greats Darrell Waltrip and crew chief Larry McReynolds in a unique relay race. Each had to operate a Cat 950K wheel loader safely through a course with skill and speed, and the team of Bayne and Biffle came out on top. “When I was approached to do the competition, I was excited because we use Cat equipment at my rock quarry business in Virginia, and I understand the importance of owning fuel-efficient equipment,” said Biffle. “We have a Cat 980 wheel loader, so I may have had the upper hand. Trevor and I spent time strategizing because we wanted to win and be the first in the seat of the new hybrid. Being the first person to use the hybrid to break ground for the new grandstands at Daytona was truly an honor.”

The vision for the redevelopment of the Daytona International Speedway places an emphasis on enhancing the complete fan experience while celebrating the history of the speedway and its many unforgettable moments throughout more than 50 years of racing. Every seat will be replaced with wider and more comfortable seats, and more restrooms and concession stands will be added throughout the facility. Before that work begins, however, site preparation using more Cat gear will take place. And that’s where Mark Scott, president of RA Scott Construction, comes in. His company now owns the 336E H hybrid excavator used in the groundbreaking and many other Cat machines. “Over the next 90 days or so, our company will be removing existing utilities and installing new storm, sewer, and water lines for the speedway,” said Scott. “We’ll be using the 336E H hybrid excavator along with a standard 336E, a 320E, a 314E, two D3Ks and three 938Ks. We are really look-

ing forward to seeing the fuel savings from the new hybrid Cat.” The redevelopment is expected to be complete by January 2016 — just in time for the 58th Daytona 500. “The redevelopment of Daytona International Speedway reaffirms its status as the ‘World Center of Racing’ for years to come,” said Lesa France Kennedy, ISC vice chairperson and CEO and granddaughter of NASCAR co-founder Bill France Sr. “It is imperative that we build upon my grandfather’s vision to create a world-class facility with premium amenities to provide unparalleled experiences for our guests and partners. Doing so will ensure that the Daytona 500 and all our other events continue to drive our business while serving as a significant economic engine for the region.” For more information, visit www.daytonarising.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

NAPA Awards Industry Leaders Operational Excellence Honors The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) honored the winners and finalists of its 2012 Operational Excellence Awards on July 15 during the association’s midyear meeting in Boston. The Operational Excellence Awards honor leaders in the asphalt pavement industry for innovation and excellence in marketing, communications and community outreach with the Community Involvement, Outstanding Brochure and Outstanding Web site awards. Companies also are lauded for their responsible practices with the Asphalt Operations Safety Innovations and Ecological awards. The 2012 winners are: • Asphalt Operations Safety Innovations Award: The Lane Construction Corp.,

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Wooten Corp., Wilson, N.C., for Wilmington Asphalt Plant. • Outstanding Brochure Award: Commercial Asphalt Co., Maple Grove, Minn. • Outstanding Brochure Award: APAC Mid-South Inc., an Oldcastle Materials Co., Birmingham, Ala. • Outstanding Web site Award (Producer Member): Superior Paving, Gainesville, Va., for www.superiorpaving.net. • Outstanding Web site Award (Associate Member): Gray & Son Inc., Timonium, Md., for www.graynson.com. • Outstanding Web site Award (State Asphalt Pavement Association): Flexible Pavements of Ohio for www.flexiblepavements.org.

The Operational Excellence Awards are a counterpart to the annual Quality in Construction Awards, which recognize asphalt paving jobs completed in line with best practices and standards known to yield high-quality asphalt pavements. The NAPA Awards Program recognizes and encourages continuous improvement in all aspects of paving and asphalt operations. The 2013 NAPA Awards program is now accepting nominations. Quality in Construction Award nominations are due by Oct. 31; Operational Excellence Award nominations are due by Dec. 9. For more information, visit www.AsphaltPavement.org/Awards. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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It’s safe to say that the summer of 2013 hasn’t been the greatest for Texas A&M star quarterback Johnny Manziel. It certainly has been memorable, albeit not exactly for all the right reasons. Manziel, who famously made history last season as the first freshman to be awarded the Heisman trophy, seemingly cannot get enough negative press this summer. First it was the curious events surrounding his early dismissal as a counselor from the Manning Passing Academy football camp in Louisiana. Rumors swirled that Archie Manning, former New Orleans Saints legend and the patriarch of the Manning family, personally sent Manziel home for excessive partying. Of course none of these suspicions were ever confirmed, with Manziel making a statement claiming that he simply “overslept” and was sent home to recharge the ol’ batteries after cramming too much into the already busy life of a superstar college athlete. Then Texas A&M’s most well-known current student tweeted that he couldn’t wait to get out of College Station (home of the university), and was later spotted partying in a Tim Tebow jersey at a University of Texas fraternity before eventually being recognized and promptly escorted out (guess that old Big 12 hatred lives on). If that wasn’t enough, recent allegations that Manziel was paid for autograph sessions at this past year’s National Championship game and other events have brought “Johnny Football” and his antics back to national prominence. The NCAA has responded by launching a full-scale investigation in an attempt to uncover whether or not Manziel received any improper benefits from sports memorabilia brokers. If he is found to be in violation of NCAA rules, we likely have already seen the last of Johnny Football in a Texas A&M uniform. Despite all of this, people need to give the Manziel kid a break. I am not an A&M fan or even a particularly huge supporter of the enigmatic Aggies quarterback, but I am not far removed from my own college years and I feel that I can somewhat relate. I’m not going to sit here and advocate underage drinking or anything like that, but imagine yourself in Manziel’s cleats. Would you not go just as wild, if not more so, given the chance to be the star athlete and big man on campus at a major university? Even if you answered that question with a resound-

ing “no,” I’m willing to bet next to no one would be able to pull off a completely unblemished career. With social media outlets seemingly increasing by the day and cell phones with camera and video capabilities, everyone can play journalist for a day. It’s becoming more and more common to see NCAA athletes getting busted because of something posted on Twitter or Facebook. I’m not trying to say that Manziel should be allowed to run free without consequences, but I think he’s just being a prototypical college student. Is he well adjusted to the exceptionally high standard that we hold college athletes to? No, he clearly isn’t, but you can’t really blame him for that. He is, after all, only 20 years old. As far as the alleged payments for the autograph signing, this is an issue that is much bigger than Manziel. As it stands, only the NCAA can make a profit off a college athlete’s likeness, and they want to keep it that way. Their rules prohibit players from receiving any additional money, although college football itself is a money making machine. Last season alone, Texas A&M football brought in just shy of $120 million in revenue. And don’t you think Manziel had a vital role in that return? The NCAA system has severely broken down and is in need of a major overhaul. However, it’s difficult to determine a pay scale for college athletes, because how can the NCAA fairly and evenly compensate its players? To remedy this, I would provide athletes an equal base stipend, as well as allow them to seek any additional money they wish. Johnny Football’s autograph is his autograph. If he can make a profit off it, then I believe that’s his prerogative. People say that the media have been on a Manziel witch-hunt this summer, a notion that I truthfully can’t casually dismiss. I’m not sure what the reasoning would be to zero in on Manziel, perhaps the most famous college athlete of today, in an attempt to bring him down. He’s just a kid having a good time. I’m sure any 20 year old, superstar quarterback or not, given the same amount of constant media coverage and attention would cause controversy with their actions. I think it’s time we lay off Johnny Football for a while. That is, of course, until he starts underperforming on the field this season.


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Road Institute Releases 2013-2014 Training Schedule Road Institute has released its 2013 - 2014 training schedule for road building industry professionals. The course curriculum offers two- to five-day training sessions beginning mid-October and continuing through May 2014, with training in Chambersburg, Pa., and Phoenix. Road Institute sessions cover a wide variety of focus areas, including asphalt paving and compactor training, and are designed to help attendees garner the most from their equipment on every application, with a balance of classroom-style instruction and hands-on learning. Instructors at the Road Institute bring nearly 50 years of combined teaching and field experience in a multitude of compaction and paving projects that span the globe. “We work to combine the firsthand knowledge our instructors have received over the years to each course, but also, the insights and tips that thousands of students have shared with us and one another,” said Wade Turlington, director of product and sales education. “These combined lessons help us reach our goal of ensuring every attendee walks away with the ability to take a smarter approach to every application moving forward. The combined classroom-style and hands-on learning ensures students have an opportunity to apply the knowledge they gain, and address any questions that may arise as they apply new knowledge in the hands-on learning sessions.” Courses are offered in asphalt paver and compactor operation maintenance and applications; screed operation; soil compaction operations; and automatic grade and slope control systems. Topics in each session range from daily and weekly maintenance to the operation and application of asphalt paving. Safety — a core value of Volvo — is a key component of the instruction in each course. “I have nearly 20 years of paving and compacting experience, and I took away so many lessons that I’ve been able to apply on our jobs that have helped us operate more efficiently, more safely — and — have allowed us to deliver higher quality jobs,” 2013 Road Institute student Mike Escher, owner of M.C.E. Dirtworks, said. “The most valuable thing is that the instructors don’t speak from a podium, they have firsthand experience with the challenges that can come up on paving and compaction jobs — from traffic control to compacting cul-de-sacs — and they apply that to their instruction.” Class size is limited for ideal instructor-to-student ratios and team learning. Tuition is $750 per student per three- to five-day course, or $500 for two-day seminars. Registration and hotel information is available online at roadinstitute.com. A 20 percent discount will be given to those who register by Sept. 30 for all classes held October through December. For more information on the Road Institute or to register for classes, visit roadinstitute.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Road Institute 2013–2014 Course Schedule Automatic Grade and Slope Systems • March 18 - 20, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Grader Hydraulic and Electric Systems (Step 1) • April 28 - May 2, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Large Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 1) • Nov. 5 - 7, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Jan. 28 - 30, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Large Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 2) • April 15 - 17, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. MT2000 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 1) • Dec. 9 - 13, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Jan. 6 - 10, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • Feb. 24 - 28, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. MT2000 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 2) • April 8 - 10, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. MW500 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 1) • Nov. 19 - 21, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver and Compactor Operation and Maintenance • Oct. 15 - 18, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Nov. 5 - 8, 2013, Phoenix • Dec. 10 - 13, 2013, Phoenix • Jan. 7 - 10, 2014, Phoenix • Jan. 14 - 17, 2014, Phoenix • Feb. 11 - 14, 2014, Phoenix • March 11 - 14, 2014, Phoenix • April 8 - 11, 2014, Phoenix • May 6 - 9, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • May 13 - 16, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver and Compactor Operation and Maintenance, Warm-mix Asphalt • Nov. 12 - 15, 2013, Phoenix • Jan. 28 - 31, 2014, Phoenix • Feb. 18 - 21, 2014, Phoenix • March 25 - 28, 2014, Phoenix • April 22 - 25, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa.

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China Bans Construction of Government Buildings for Five Years BEIJING (AP) China’s leaders have banned the construction of government buildings for five years as another step in a frugality drive that aims to calm public anger at corruption. The general offices of the Communist Party’s central committee and China’s Cabinet jointly issued the directive July 23, according to the official Xinhua News Agency. No directive was immediately available online. Across China, grand government buildings with oversized offices and fancy light-

ing have mushroomed in many cities. They are often among the most impressive buildings in their own towns, drawing disapproval from the public. President Xi Jinping has spearheaded a campaign to cut through pomp, formality and waste among senior officials that have alienated many ordinary citizens. This year, high-end restaurants have reported a downturn in business as government departments and state-owned companies canceled banquets.

Xinhua reported that the directive orders an “across-the-board halt’’ to construction of official buildings, and “glitzy” structures built as training centers, hotels or government motels. Some government agencies have built such buildings in seaside resorts and other scenic spots as a perk for their officials and employees who can stay for free or at deeply discounted prices. They sometimes open to the public as profit-making ventures. Xinhua said the directive noted that some departments and localities have built govern-

ment office compounds in violation of regulations, which has tainted the image of the Communist Party and the government and stirred vehement public disapproval. It added that the directive calls on party and government bodies to be frugal and ensure that government spending goes toward developing the economy and boosting living standards. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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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. County: Bronx Project No.: D262162 Project: Asphalt milling and resurfacing along with other roadway and roadside repairs on the Cross Bronx Expressway. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Perfetto Contracting Company Inc. — $11,629,362 • Restani Construction Corporation — $12,233,135 • Tully Construction Company Inc. — $12,367,703 • Yonkers Contracting Company Inc. — $13,211,103 • Intercounty Paving Assocs LLC — $13,678,180 • Petrillo Contracting Inc. — $14,159,180 County: Suffolk Project No.: D262172 Project: Bridge rehabilitation, Robert Moses Causeway (RMC) over Fire Island Inlet (FII), town of Islip. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • L&L Painting Company Inc. — $16,537,006 • Imperial Iron Works Inc. — $16,882,827 • Commodore Maintenance Corporation — $16,883,490 • Ahern Painting Contractors Inc. — $17,530,341 • Posillico Civil Inc. — $18,485,896 • Kiska Construction Inc. — $19,113,600 • Liberty/Alpha JV LLC — $20,134,233 • Iron Bridge Constructors Inc. — $23,270,000 • Hercules Painting Company — $32,961,040 Counties: Nassau and Suffolk Project No.: D262179 Project: Drainage systems rehabilitation and upgrades in the towns of Brookhaven, Hempstead, Huntington, Islip, Oyster Bay and Smithtown. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • J Anthony Enterprises Inc. — $5,655,555 • Intercounty Paving Associates LLC — $6,249,499 • Bove Industries Inc. — $6,998,750 Counties: Genesee, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne Project No.: D262204 Project: Guide rail improvements at various locations in Region 4. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Elderlee Inc. — $1,196,642 • EMI Guide Rail LLC — $1,350,001 • Keleman-Bauer Construction — $1,497,638 County: Monroe Project No.: D262213 Project: Rehabilitation of nine bridges along N.Y. 590 and N.Y. 104. Work involves concrete repairs, pier replacement, deck joints, mill existing overlay, membrane and

pave decks in the town of Irondequoit. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Sealand Contractors Corporation — $4,430,590 • Crane Hogan Structural Systems — $4,464,450 • The Pike Company Inc. — $5,784,131 • C P Ward Inc. — $6,073,361 County: Suffolk Project No.: D262222 Project: N.Y. Route 27 recharge basins (18) reconditioning, town of Islip. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • G&M Earth Moving Inc. — $2,182,949 • D F Stone Contracting Ltd — $2,186,666 • Quintal Contracting Corporation — $2,210,522 • Galvin Brothers Inc. — $2,519,329 • Tri-State Paving LLC — $2,538,378 • Coastal Contracting Corporation — $2,579,055 • Intercounty Paving Associates LLC — $3,248,000 Counties: Broome, Delaware and Sullivan Project No.: D262225 Project: Route 17, preventive maintenance — bridge painting. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Amstar of Western New York Inc. — $7,088,794 • Limnes Corporation — $7,971,470 • Atlas Painting & Sheeting Corporation — $8,469,000 • Allied Painting Inc. — $8,492,770 • Tda Construction Inc. — $9,270,000 • Corcon Inc. — $12,660,835 • Hercules Painting Company — $13,561,699

Counties: Allegany, Chemung, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Schuyler, Steuben, Wayne, Wyoming and Yates Project No.: D262232 Project: Traffic signal improvements. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Power & Construction Group — $2,043,015 • M L Caccamise Electric Corporation — $2,065,419 • Power Line Constructors Inc. — $2,546,089 County: Erie Project No.: D262233 Project: 9.4 mi. of asphalt concrete resurfacing on I-290 in the towns of Tonawanda and Amherst. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Oakgrove Construction Inc. — $4,425,691 • D&H Excavating Inc. — $4,924,145 • Dipizio Construction Company Inc. — $5,898,000 • Concrete Applied Tec/dba Catco — $7,393,393 Counties: Chemung and Steuben Project No.: D262244 Project: 3.8 mi. of Asphalt concrete milling and resurfacing on N.Y. Routes 54, 415, 352, 962E and 962F in the towns of Bath, Corning and Horseheads. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Sealand Contractors Corporation — $1,070,570 • Chemung Contracting Corporation — $1,123,137 • Bothar Construction LLC — $1,132,583 • Villager Construction Inc. — $1,148,481 • Dolomite Prod/dba A L Blades — $1,204,139


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Currently there is a bridge crew, drainage crew, site crew, and a layout crew.

Red-Listed N.H. Bow-Concord Bridge Undergoes Long Awaited Replacement By Jay Adams CEG CORRESPONDENT

About 50 percent complete, the next phase includes constructing a traffic phasing crossover from southbound to northbound, median barrier and drainage work and complete construction and demolition of the northbound bridge.

The replacement of the Bow-Concord, N.H., Bridge on Interstate 93 broke ground on Oct. 13, 2011. Now midphase, the $14.7 million project is under the control of general contractor R.S. Audley Inc., in Bow, N.H. Audley focuses on roads, bridges, utilities, large site work and unique structural projects throughout northern New England, with many projects in Maine and Vermont. This family-owned company has become one of the state’s largest, most successful heavy contractors. The company has completed, according to its Web site, more than $800 million worth of bonded projects in its history. NHDOT, bridge owners, are overseeing the replacement of the I-93 northbound and southbound red-listed bridges over Interstate 89 and the Turkey River, some smaller repairs to the Collector Distributor Road Bridge and resurfacing nearly 1,650 ft. (502.9 m) of I-93 and reconstructing 4,050 ft. (1,234.4 m) of highway. “The general contractor, R.S. Audley, based out of Bow, is a very well-known contractor in the state and is currently working on multiple NHDOT projects,” said Kyle Zorawowicz, CE II, and field support. Audley’s current project, the Bow-Concord Bridge, is one of the two densely traveled north-south highways in the state. The highway lies about 1,100 ft. (335.3 m) south of the Grandview Road overpass. It extends northward about 1.1 mi. (1.8 km), to just south of Exit 12N on the Interstate.

According to Zorawowicz, steel beams on the southbound bridge lanes have just been put into place. Many sub-contractors have worked on this project, but R.S. Audley does its own site and bridge work. Continental Paving, Inc. is another New Hampshire based general contractor and has been contracted by Audley to perform all of the paving on the project. Delucca Fence & Guardrail, based in Massachusetts, has been contracted to install the entire new guardrail on the project. H. B. Fleming, based in Maine, has been contracted to install all support of excavation, and pile driving for each new bridge foundation. HUB Foundations, based in Massachusetts, has been contracted to install the drilled shaft foundations for each new bridge pier. Insituform Technologies, a world-wide-based contractor, was contracted by Audley to install a steam cured-in-place pipe liner for a 6 ft. (1.8 m) culvert spanning underneath I-93 from one side to the other. JCB Colby, based in Vermont, has been contracted to perform all of the concrete flatwork and masonry headwalls on the project. Currently there is a bridge crew, drainage crew, site crew, and a layout crew. All crews have been working days 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. unless night work is needed. “Depending on the day, there can be upwards of 7-plus crews working on the project,” said Zorawowicz. Structural steel came from Casco Bay Steel Structures Inc., based in Maine. All of the reinforcing steel came from Barker Steel, based in New Hampshire. see BOW page 54


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Christie Admin. Breaks Ground on $265M Route 35 Reconstruction Job The Christie Administration recently officially broke ground on the $265 million construction project to rebuild Route 35, the gateway to many of the barrier islands that make up the Jersey Shore. Heavily damaged by Sandy nine months ago, Route 35 runs through nine municipalities along the Barnegat Peninsula. In many places, the Superstorm carried away entire sections of the highway and completely destroyed the highway drainage system. The Federal Highway Administration has committed to pay 80 percent of the cost of the project from its Sandy Emergency Relief funds. “Route 35 is the heart of many of our Jersey Shore communities, and today’s groundbreaking sends a clear message that it’s on its way back,” said Gov. Christie. “Back in February, I announced an aggressive schedule to rebuild Route 35 so that our Shore residents and visitors could resume normal travel along the barrier islands. Route 35 will come back stronger and better, and I am grateful to our federal partners at the Federal Highway Administration for working with us to secure funding for such an essential part of our state’s recovery.” The New Jersey Department of Transportation (DOT) plans to substantially complete the 12.5-mi. (20 km) reconstruction project of the roadway, from the border between Point Pleasant Beach and Bay Head to the entrance of Island Beach State Park in Berkeley, by the summer of 2015. DOT officials will maintain the normal complement of travel lanes on Route 35 during the summer seasons to ease congestion for residents, while still meeting the deadlines set by the Administration. “The extent of damage to Route 35 prompted Gov. Christie to accelerate a Route 35 reconstruction project that had been planned for later this decade,” said DOT Commissioner James Simpson. “We need to rebuild now because the highway remains severely compromised and would likely sustain multiple failures were another strong storm to batter the peninsula. That is an unacceptable risk because Route 35 supports commerce and tourism in this very popular Shore region.” The department has divided the project into three geographical sections and has awarded contracts to three contractors. Work in the northern section of the project in Mantoloking and Bay Head will start this month, with work in the middle and southern sections expected to start in August. DOT is scheduling the work to minimize inconvenience to motorists during the busy summer seasons. With substantial completion anticipated prior to the summer of 2015, extra care will be taken to minimize construction-related traffic disruptions this summer and the summer of 2014. The department also is incorporating Complete Streets features into the project in accordance with its policy to design accommodations for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users and the mobility impaired into project plans. Complete Streets features promote safety and mobility for all who share the road. Experience has shown that it is more costeffective to incorporate such features into a project design rather than to try to retrofit them into a completed project. Project Details The new roadway will be built in a manner that makes it stronger and better able to withstand future storms. Significant portions of the existing roadway consist of nothing more than 8-in.-thick (20 cm) slabs of concrete on sand. The new roadway will be 24 in. (61 cm) thick and consist of a stable sub-base of rock and stone topped by several layers of asphalt.

The new drainage system will be substantially improved. The existing system relies on gravity to draw storm-water through a system of pipes to outlets along Barnegat Bay. Flash flooding plagues portions of the roadway as a result of this inadequate system. The new system will include underground pump stations to efficiently pull large quantities of storm-water through the drainage pipes. It is being designed to handle 25-year storms. Inlet grates will trap debris, and subsurface water quality manufactured treatment devices will purify stormwater prior to discharge into the bay. The electrical and control equipment for the pump stations will be built on platforms near the pumps. Contract 1 Work under Contract 1, a 3.5-mi. (5.6 km) segment of the highway covering Mantoloking and Bay Head up to the border with Point Pleasant Beach, will begin in a week or so. To minimize inconvenience to motorists during the busy summer season, any work that would require the closure of a Route 35 travel lane will not occur until after Labor Day. Crews will focus on drainage system work this summer. In this section, Route 35 consists of a single roadway offering just one travel lane in each direction. After Labor Day, crews will need to close portions of one travel lane and direct traffic through quarter-mile work zones. Alternating traffic patterns will be established by flagmen who will momentarily stop traffic in one direction to allow vehicles heading in the opposite direction to pass, and then reverse the flow. Work in this section is expected to reach substantial completion by the summer of 2014. A $36 million contract for this section of the project has been awarded to Agate Construction Co. Contracts 2 and 3 The project sections covered by Contracts 2 and 3 will not require alternating traffic patterns because the highway is wider and features a divided layout. Along this nine-mile stretch, Route 35 generally consists of two northbound lanes and two southbound lanes, with some space or even several blocks separating the northbound and southbound sides. During the summers of 2013 and 2014, all existing travel lanes will be maintained. Between the months of September and May, one travel lane in each direction will be maintained at all times. Contract 2 covers the middle portion of the project, a 5-mi. (8 km) stretch in Toms River, Lavallette and Brick. A $101 million contract was awarded to George Harms Construction Co. Contract 3 includes the southernmost portion of the project area, a 4-mi. (6.4 km) segment of Route 35 starting at the entrance of Island Beach State Park in Berkeley and continuing north into Seaside Park, Seaside Heights and Toms River. An $81 million contract has been awarded to Union Paving & Construction Co. Work under Contracts 2 and 3 is expected to start in August 2013 and be substantially complete by the summer of 2015. The federal government will be providing 80 percent of the total project costs with Sandy emergency relief funds, with the balance paid by the state. Including inspections, engineering, utility and other costs, total project costs are expected to be about $265 million. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Northbound Bridge Will Provide Space for NASCAR BOW from page 50

According to Zorawowicz, the existing bridges were constructed in the 1960s. The bridges have been high ranking red list bridges in the state for several years and have been in dire need of replacement. The first phase of the new I-93 southbound bridge is complete and traffic has resumed. The old southbound bridge has been demolished. Traffic is still running on the existing northbound bridge, but is scheduled to shift to the second phase of the new southbound bridge sometime in late summer, according to Zorawowicz. Traffic will be travelling north and south, separated by an anchored jersey barrier, on the new I-93 southbound bridge while the existing northbound bridge is demolished and the new northbound bridge is constructed. About 50 percent complete, the next phase includes constructing a traffic phasing crossover from southbound to northbound, median barrier and drainage work and complete construction and demolition of the northbound bridge. In addition, patching concrete scaling on the collector-distributor bridge that sends traffic northbound on Interstate 89 and takes traffic from I-89 southbound to I-93 southbound will be necessary. “The existing bridges are of high-priority on the New Hampshire red-listed bridges list and have significant concrete scaling where there are multiple locations with exposed rebar on the piers and pier caps,” said Zorawowicz. “There were nets installed underneath the existing decks to catch any falling chips of concrete.” The old southbound bridge carried only two lanes of traffic; the new bridge will carry three lanes. The existing bridges were both 5-span bridges. The two new bridges will be two-span bridges, and provide a cleaner look, according to Zorawowicz. There are approximately 31,000 cars that travel on both north and southbound bridges daily. This number does not include the traffic that diverts off from I-93 south to I-89 northbound and from I-93 northbound to I-89 southbound. The new northbound bridge will carry two lanes of traffic, but will be constructed with an extra-large 24 ft. (7.3 m) shoulder for possible future expansion. The extra-large shoulder will provide another lane for the traffic shifts performed during the two weeks NASCAR races in Loudon, according to Zorawowicz. “One of the biggest sources of state revenue we have is the NASCAR races each summer in Loudon,” said Zorawowicz. “The two lanes up to Loudon get tight. Going north is easier as the fans usually go up to stay a week earlier, before the races. But when the races are over, southbound is much tougher. We currently have portable barriers and push the southbound traffic into the northbound, leaving a single lane northbound and multiple lanes southbound and it is still tight. We want very much to accommodate the traveling public without delaying them for hours and hours.” NHDOT is making strides on local highways. Besides Bow-Concord, there is the Hooksett Toll Plaza project, a $22.9 million project with an anticipated completion of early October 2013. This project consists of converting the Interstate 93 mainline cash and EZPass Toll Plaza in the town of Hooksett to an open road tolling facility. The project includes the widening and rehabilitation of the existing toll plaza, roadway widening and reconstruction and bridge rehabilitation. Another major project is the widening of the Seabrook, N.H., road with an estimated cost of $6.3 million with a com-

Traffic is still running on the existing northbound bridge, but is scheduled to shift to the second phase of the new southbound bridge sometime in late summer. The replacement of the Bow-Concord, N.H., Bridge on Interstate 93 broke ground on to Zorawowicz. There is 24,435 sq. ft. (2,270 sq m) of Oct. 13, 2011.

pletion date of June 2014. This project will widen N.H. 107 from the westerly limits of the Interstate 95 on and off ramps east to the intersection with U.S. 1 to accommodate the addition of two lanes. The N.H. 107 Bridge over I-95 will be widened 29 ft. (8.8 m) on the south side. Curbing, guardrail and fencing will be replaced on the north side. The existing deck will be rehabilitated using full and partial depth deck repairs and include the placement of new pavement and membrane. The current NHDOT project Bow-Concord has required an impressive amount of materials. Both northbound and southbound bridges will need 1.2 million lbs. (544,310.8 kg) of structural steel set on the project. Half of this amount was lifted into place in May and June. The project total for concrete will be about 2,700 cu. yds. (2,064.3 cu m) and 1,000 cu. yds. (764.6 cu m) of that will be placed for solely the deck and the remaining 1700 cu. yds. (1,299.7 cu m) will and has been placed in the abutments, approach slabs, drilled shafts, piers, and pier caps according

pre-stressed concrete bridge deck panels scheduled to be installed on the project and 26,000 tons (23,586.8 t) of asphalt to be paved on the project. “We are currently on Phase Two of the bridge construction,” he said. “The northbound bridge has to come down now. We are currently building the second half of the southbound bridge. We left the deck rebar sticking out in order to do a closure pour. There is a big gap currently, but we will be forming the new bridge decks in Phase Two and tying in both bridges.” Bow Brook had to be temporarily diverted in order to perform repairs and extend the 6 ft. (1.8 m) culvert underneath Interstate 93. Crews constructed a new stone-lined ditch for Bow Brook according to Zorawowicz. Bow Brook is now a new stream bed approximately 20 ft. (6 m) west of its original configuration. “We even installed a custom babbling brook at the inlet with some handy excavator work and we also had New Hampshire Fish & Game come out on site to direct the installation of boulders in the stream line for trout and other fish to possibly live and lay eggs,” said Zorawowicz. Years of meeting local officials in both Bow and Concord, public planning sessions, presentations, designs, bids and countless hours of public affirmations had to be performed before a single shovel went into the earth in October 2011. Zorawowicz had great praise for the area, the officials and those who have to drive through it. “I would like to thank the travelling public for bearing with all of the construction delays pertinent to the project,” said Zorawowicz. “I know it can be a pain to travel through on some days but it will ultimately benefit everyone in the end.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Allowing a lower court’s decision to strike down Virginia’s Public Private Transportation Act would deprive citizens of a “necessary tool to meet a pressing public need” and potentially “undermine public-private partnership statutes in other states.” That was the key message delivered July 19 by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) to the Supreme Court of Virginia. The association, along with the National Conference of State Legislatures filed a “friend of the court” brief July 19 in the case of Elizabeth River Crossings OPCO LLC and Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) v. Danny Meeks. At issue is a lower court rul-

ing which held that Virginia’s public private partnership (P3) enabling legislation was unconstitutional because it allowed VDOT to set toll rates on the Midtown Tunnel Extension project in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia. ARTBA’s brief argues that as manager of the state’s roadways, VDOT is the most qualified entity to determine toll revenues needed to support the Hampton Roads project. P3’s have become a useful tool in helping cash-strapped states meet the public’s growing transportation needs. ARTBA stressed that, if allowed to stand, the lower court’s holding would prevent Virginia from entering into future P3 project agreements and also potentially put existing projects relying on tolls at risk. A number of other

states have P3 enabling legislation that is structured similarly to the Virginia statute, and ARTBA is concerned the lower court ruling, if upheld, could foster challenges in other states. The case will now proceed to oral arguments, though an exact date has not yet been set. An in-depth discussion of the case and its potential impact on P3 projects in other parts of the country took place July 25 as part of ARTBA’s milestone 25th Annual Public Private Partnerships Conference in Washington. For more information, visit www.artba.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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HUD Launches Regional Bay State Must Pay for Most Design Competition Region Big Dig Tunnel Leaks, Repairs In an effort to promote resilience for the Sandy-affected region, U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan, who also chairs the Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force, launched Rebuild By Design, a multi-stage regional design competition. The goal of the competition is to attract world-class talent, promote innovation and develop projects that will actually be built. Once the best ideas are identified, HUD will incentivize their implementation using funds made available through the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) program as well as other public and private funds. Examples of design solutions are expected to range in scope and scale — from large-scale green infrastructure to small-scale residential resiliency retrofits. The Rockefeller Foundation is the lead funding partner for Rebuild By Design and will provide support for the analysis and design process. HUD and The Rockefeller Foundation have coordinated closely following several catastrophic events including Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and especially Sandy. The Rockefeller Foundation’s support of the Rebuild By Design competition builds upon its strong commitment to promoting urban resilience through a $100 million investment, which includes its recent announcement of the “100 Resilient Cities Centennial Challenge.” The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) serves as a special partner, providing critical expertise and guidance to shape and launch Rebuild By Design. NEA’s experience investing in and facilitating place-based work through the Our Town and Mayor’s Institute on City Design initiatives, as well as NEA’s history with supporting and facilitating design competitions, will help ensure the success of Rebuild By Design. “The competition process will deliver a better understanding of regional interdependencies and foster regional coordination and resilience across the United States,” said Donovan. “Natural disasters like Hurricane Sandy do not respect state or local borders, and we too must know no boundaries — both literally and figuratively — as we think about our plans for the future.” “As globalization, urbanization and climate change converge, shocks such as Hurricane Sandy will only increase in frequency, scale and impact,” said Judith Rodin, president, The Rockefeller Foundation. “As a result, we must come together to design around these problems to build greater resilience within our cities. Rebuild By Design gives us the dynamic opportunity to uncover the innovative col-

laboration and connections that will allow us to strengthen our resilience as a city, a region and a nation.” “The public sector is too often locked into being reactive to crises,” said NEA Acting Chairman Joan Shigekawa. “With Rebuild By Design, Secretary Donovan and HUD are providing vital and forward looking leadership by inviting the nation’s best design thinking and analysis to inform public investment.” Rebuild By Design will center on four focus areas: coastal communities, high-density urban environments, ecological networks and a fourth category that will include other innovative questions and proposals. The competition will have a region-wide focus to help provide solutions to problems that are larger or more complex than individual towns have the capacity to solve themselves. The regional focus also will help provide a better understanding of the many interconnected systems (infrastructure, ecological, climate, economic and others) in the Sandy-affected region. Design teams will start with regional analyses to understand major vulnerabilities and then, through the collaborative design process begin to focus on local implementation and key projects for improving the region’s resilience. Rebuild By Design will have four stages: Stage 1: Call for concept proposals and selection of 5-10 teams June 2013 to July 2013 Attract and form 5 to 10 teams with world-class expertise in infrastructure engineering, landscape design, urban design, architecture, land use planning, industrial design, communication and other fields. Stage 2: Analysis of the region through collaborative process August 2013 to October 2013 The teams will interact with a wide-range of stakeholders to develop a comprehensive understanding of the region, its interdependencies, key players and areas that warrant integrated design thinking and solutions. Stage 3: Development of design solutions and selection of key projects November 2013 to February 2014 Teams will submit their designs in the beginning of February. A jury will select the winners. Stage 4: Implementation of winning designs and projects Will commence March 2014 Winning design solutions, having been developed in close collaboration with government and stakeholders, will be implemented using public and private funds. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

BOSTON (AP) State transportation officials said the Big Dig tunnels will continue to have leaks and it may be largely up to the state to pay for fixing them in the future. Secretary of Transportation Richard Davey said that the tunnels were not designed to be completely leak proof and not all leaks can be pinned on design flaws. But he said the state will seek to tap a Big Dig trust fund whenever it believes engineering or design problems were responsible.

The Boston Herald reported that the state is on pace to spend $2.5 million plugging leaks this year. The federal government has said the trust fund cannot be tapped for routine maintenance on the tunnels. The trust fund was created in 2008 from a settlement with Big Dig contractors over allegations of shoddy construction. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

New N.H. Historical Markers Commemorate Bypass, Dam PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) Two new historical highway markers in New Hampshire commemorate the U.S. Route 1 Bypass in Portsmouth and the site of the Homestead Woolen Mills Dam in West Swanzey. The Route 1 Bypass marker is next to the Portsmouth Traffic Circle. It says the bypass was part of a New Deal project in 1940 to move U.S. Route 1 traffic away from the congested city streets. The bypass created a second Piscataqua River crossing into Maine via the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge. “Today, the U.S. Route 1 Bypass is one of the oldest signed bypasses in the country’s numbered route system,” the marker says. The Homestead Woolen Mills Dam marker is near the West Swanzey Bridge on Route 10. The dam on the Ashuelot River was built in the 1850s to power woolen and woodenware mills. It was later used only for water

controls after the 1920s until it was removed in 2010. Any municipality, organization or individual wishing to propose a historical highway marker to commemorate significant New Hampshire places, persons or events must submit a petition of support signed by at least 20 New Hampshire citizens. They must also draft the text of the marker and provide footnotes and copies of supporting documentation, as well as a suggested location for marker placement. The historical marker program is jointly managed by the state Division of Historical Resources and the Department of Transportation. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Kobelco USA Appoints Hoffman as National Parts Manager Kobelco Construction Machinery Kobelco was just as eager to get USA appointed Eric Hoffman as Hoffman back on their team. national parts manager. Hoffman “Eric was a tremendous asset to will initially spearhead the research, our company during its initial sucdesign, set-up and stocking of the cess in North America. Dealers company’s North American parts appreciate his commitment to cusfacility in Houston, Texas, before tomer service and attention to detail transitioning into the ongoing manin all areas of parts operations,” said agement of the parts operation where Ron Hargrave, vice president of he’ll oversee inventory control, promarketing and sales of Kobelco curement, supply chain manageConstruction Machinery, USA. “As ment, transportation and warehousKobelco gears up its operations in ing, quality control and the timely North America, hiring highly qualifulfillment of all customer and dealer fied personnel such as Hoffmann parts orders. will be crucial to the company’s Hoffman brings with him to long-term success and aggressive Kobelco more than 30 years of growth strategy.” industry experience, 25 of which As Kobelco replants its roots in have been dedicated to the managethe United States and Canada, Eric ment of parts operations. Although will not only be key to identifying new to this position, he is certainly Eric Hoffman will initially spearhead the research, design, set-up and stocking of the company’s new opportunities for sales growth not new to Kobelco, having served North American parts facility in Houston, Texas, before transitioning into the ongoing manage- as it relates to parts, but also in as the company’s parts manager ment of the parts operation. implementing parts promotions and from 1994 until 2003, when Kobelco marketing materials that drive revsigned a global agreement with CNH to mar- position of director of parts operations of the opportunity to fill the role of national enue growth, according to the company. parts manager of Kobelco presented itself, I ket its excavators. Once the agreement was LiuGong North America. For more information,visit “Working for Kobelco early in my career didn’t hesitate. Kobelco’s corporate culture www.Kobelco-USA.com. finalized, Hoffman transitioned with the (This story also can be found on company as a parts sales and service manag- was a wonderful experience,” said Hoffman. and drive to deliver excellence in every er of CNH, serving in that capacity for a “When I learned about the termination of the aspect of their operations is something I Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) period of five years, before moving onto the company’s global agreement with CNH, and wanted to get back to.”

Blastrac’s 2-4800DH Used at Friction Workshop in Pa. International registrants who attended the 2013 International Friction Workshop, hosted by the Thomas D. Larson Pennsylvania Transportation Institute from May 13 to 16 at Penn State, were shown Blastrac’s 24800DH ride-on shot blasting system and its effective surface preparation technology. The workshop is part of a research initiative to revise existing American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) specifications for the calibration and quality assurance of continuous friction measuring devices. Research is warranted due to the number of friction measurement devices used today for the assessment of surface conditions on highways and airports is numerous, with a significant number of design and operational differences. ASTM governs most of the standards under which this equipment operates. Josh Jones, Blastrac’s transportation market manager put on a live demonstration, showing how this surface prep machine strips, cleans and profiles, simultaneously improving skid resistance by enhancing micro/macro textures. The 2-4800DH has a

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Talbert Manufacturing Shows Off Customization Skills Talbert Manufacturing, a North American leader in specialized heavy-haul solutions, put its customization capabilities on full display during the Mid-America Trucking show (MATS) earlier this year. Talbert displayed a 55SA-HX and a 65-ton (59 t) modular HRG hydraulic gooseneck trailer that can be set up in a 3+3+2 East Coast configuration. Both trailers were customized specifically to meet the end-users’ capacity, geography and payload needs. 55SA-HX The 55-ton (50 t), which features Talbert’s special edition 75th Anniversary Package, is a spread axle (SA) model with auxiliary cross members (HX) and The Equalizer. Talbert built and customized the 55SA-HX specifically for JP Trucking Inc., Gypsum, Colo., which provides equipment and demolition hauling services throughout Colorado and in surrounding states. JP Trucking bought the trailer at the Denver branch of Jim Hawk Truck Trailers, a Talbert dealer headquartered in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Spec-for-spec, the 55SA-HX is lighter than other 55ton models while still offering standard features that other trailer OEM’s do not. Those features include the T-1 steel construction, a removable kingpin that provides for either a 114-in. or a 90-in. (289 or 228 cm) swing, a 26-ft. (7.9 m) deck length, strobes and a 3rd lift axle. The trailer features 24-in. (61 cm) spacings of the structural cross members, which run the full width of the trailer from outer bay to outer bay. For more support on the deck, the outer bays also feature 12-in. (30.5 cm) spacing of cross-members, which are junior I-beam affixed between the two structural cross-members underneath the decking, and upper-outer flange reinforcing for extra support on the deck when hauling wide track machinery. The trailer’s axles have 25,000-lb. (11,340 kg) capacities, and they are equipped with Ridewell suspensions. The 55SA-HX also is spreader bar and/or 4th axle capable to provide flexibility for meeting bridge laws. Talbert manufactured this 55SA-HX trailer with upper flange reinforcement through the two outside main beams where there’s a gusset from the web to the bottom of the

flange. This supports the upper flanges so they resist curling when the trailer is hauling a wide-tracked machine. The trailer design also incorporates a five-ride-height adjustable ratchet neck. This gives operators a total of five different ride heights on the gooseneck along with the ability to adjust the suspension height with Talbert’s plus-3 minus-3 leveling valve. The gooseneck is hydraulically operated and can be powered in either of two ways: through a power takeoff (PTO) on the truck or a gasket mounted in the gooseneck. The trailer provides connections for both. Overall, 55SA-HX trailers are used to haul heavy equipment for a wide range of industries, including construction, oil and gas, paving, heavy towing and specialized heavy haul. They deliver greater lifting capacity over comparable models due to the number of hydraulic cylinders. While most conventional trailers feature only two cylinders, Talbert engineers its trailers to include four hydraulic cylinders. This key differentiator means that Talbert trailers offer a lifting capacity that minimizes or even eliminates the need for the frequent load adjustments typically required when operating a two-cylinder trailer. In addition, Talbert strategically places its cylinders further from the trailer’s fulcrum point to allow for greater vertical travel in the deck, according to the manufacturer. The Equalizer is Talbert’s trademarked nitrogen dampened axle extension that hydraulically transfers loads in all terrains. It allows a 14-ft.-1-in. (4.2 m) spread with 54-in. (137 cm) axle spacing or a14-ft.-7-in. (4.4 m) spread with 60-in. (152 cm) axle spacing. It is an ideal solution for haulers who wish to expand their service region into states that require the 4th axle to be at least 14 ft. 1 in. from the spread on the last axle. It incorporates a dual two-speed landing gear to make connecting the trailer to the axle attachment much easier. The design of The Equalizer also allows users to easily lift the axle attachment out of the way for backing. Since no shimming is required, considerable time also is saved operationally and empty travel is possible without removing the booster and attachment.

65-Ton Modular Talbert built and customized the 65-ton (59 t) trailer for Catom Trucking, Geneva, Ill. While Catom has purchased all the modular equipment needed to run a 3+3+2, the show trailer featured a three-axle jeep, a gooseneck extension, three-axle trailer with attached fourth flip axle. The 65-ton HRG hydraulic gooseneck trailer is ideal for a variety of markets including general construction, heavyhaul trucking, and oilfields. It is engineered with heavy-duty T-1, 100,000-psi minimum yield steel construction, upperflange reinforcement on the deck and auxiliary cross members for extra support, the 65-ton HRG also offers strength, reliability and longevity, according to the manufacturer. The trailer’s design includes a flip extension to accommodate a tandem-axle jeep dolly, permitting it for use in all states at full rating. Talbert also designed it to provide the ability to add a tag- or pin-on axle to the jeep to allow a 3+3+2 axle configuration. Especially crucial for those without a 4-axle tractor, operators can access the optional pin-on axle for the jeep to maintain axles that are legal to scale the payload. Featuring 60-inch axle spacing, as well as an airlift on axle 3 and a chain lift on axles 1, 2, 4, and 5, the trailer is capable of running with 3, 4, or 5 axles in a row without the booster. The 65-ton modular trailer comes with a 28-ft. (8.5 m) deck length, with a 9-ft. (2.7 m) wide, four-beam flat deck and a 30-ft.-6-in. (9.3 m) beam deck, and it is rated for 65tons in any 12-ft. (3.6 m) section of the deck length. It also can accommodate 10-ft. and 15-ft. (3 and 4.5 m) deck extensions varying in type from beam to drop side. Loaded deck height is 22-in. (55.9 cm) and the trailer features an 8-ft., 6in. (2.6 m) deck width. The trailer will be equipped with the 30-ft.-6-in. beam deck at the show. In addition, the trailer is equipped with an optional Right Weigh onboard load scale system that meets the toughest trucking industry requirements. Standard features include air-ride suspension and connections for a PTO system, while an onboard power pack operates the trailer hydraulic system, the removable fenders over the tires and polished aluminum wheels are optional. For more information, call 800/348-5232 or visit www.talbertmfg.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Plan to Save Trucking Industry $1.7B Announced U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced a proposal to eliminate a burdensome daily paperwork requirement for professional truck drivers that will reduce costs to the industry by an estimated $1.7 billion annually while still maintaining the department’s high safety standards. “President Obama challenged his administration to find ways to cut waste and red tape, a challenge I pledged to meet during my confirmation hearing,” said Foxx. “With today’s proposal, we are delivering on that pledge, saving business billions of dollars while maintaining our commitment to safety. It’s the kind of win-win solution that I hope our department will continue to find over the coming months.” “This is a great example of the progress being made under the administration’s regulatory lookback initiative,” said Office of Management and Budget Director Sylvia Mathews Burwell. “The administration is carefully examin-

ing rules on the books to see where we can streamline, modify or repeal regulations to reduce unnecessary burdens and costs on businesses and consumers. By making this common-sense change to the DVIR process, the Department of Transportation is dramatically reducing paperwork burdens on the trucking industry, while continuing to protect public safety.” Current federal regulations require commercial truck drivers to conduct pre- and post-trip equipment inspections and file driver vehicle inspection reports (DVIRs) after each inspection, regardless of whether or not an issue requiring repairs is identified. DVIRs are the 19th-highest paperwork burden, based on the number of hours needed to comply, imposed across all federal agencies and only 5 percent of reports filed include defects. Foxx’s announcement represents the largest paperwork reduction achieved since President Obama’s May 2012 executive order to reduce

regulatory burdens on the private sector. Under the proposed change announced, commercial truck drivers would continue conducting preand post-trip inspections. However, DVIRs would be required only if defects or deficiencies were discovered by or reported to the driver during the day’s operations. “We can better focus on the 5 percent of problematic truck inspection reports by eliminating the 95 percent that report the status quo,” said Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrator Anne S. Ferro. “Moving to a defect-only reporting system would reduce a significant paperwork burden facing truck drivers and save the industry billions without compromising safety.” Federal regulations require that every commercial vehicle in the United States undergo a thorough annual safety inspection conducted by a certified commercial vehicle mechanic. In addition, state and federal inspectors conduct unan-

nounced, random inspections of commercial vehicles at terminals, weigh stations, truck stops along the roadside and at destinations. Vehicles that fail random safety inspections are immediately placed out of service and not allowed to operate until the identified safety problems are addressed. In 2012, approximately 3.5 million random inspections were conducted. In June 2012, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration eliminated a comparable requirement for truck drivers operating intermodal equipment trailers used for transporting containerized cargo shipments. By eliminating a requirement for drivers to submit “no defect” inspection reports of intermodal equipment trailer, cost savings to the intermodal industry is estimated to be $54 million annually without an adverse impact upon safety. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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2003 INTERNA INTERNATIONAL TIONAL 7400 7400;; DT466 6 CYL SP;; A/C; (250 250 HP); FULLER 10 SP A/C; 52K GVW. GVW.

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and tailgate chains. “The DumperDogg truck insert makes pickup trucks more versatile by giving users the ability to have a dump truck without having to purchase or rent a dump truck,” said Brian Smith, marketing manager at Buyers Products. “These inserts are ideal for landscapers and contractors who use pickup trucks for their businesses and need to haul and dump mulch or other material.” DumperDogg pickup inserts also are available with optional bolt-on cab guards, tarp kits and wall extension brackets. Established in 1946, Buyers Products Company is a manufacturer of products for the mobile equipment industry. Buyers manufactures a full line of truck accessories and equipment including its SnowDogg line of snow plows, ScoopDogg line of snow pushers, SaltDogg line of salt spreaders, DumperDogg dump inserts and a comprehensive line of toolboxes. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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of Connecticut Asphalt Care Equipment & Supply 2765 Galloway Rd. Bensalem, PA 19020 215-639-9800 Fax: 215-639-9802 www.asphaltcare.com

Foley Rents 833 Centennial Ave. Piscataway, NJ 08855 888-417-6464 Fax: 732-885-3052 www.foleyinc.com

H.A. DeHart & Son 311 Crown Point Rd. Thorofare, NJ 08086 856-845-2800 www.hadehart.com

Alban Cat 8531 Pulaski Highway Baltimore, MD 21237 800-492-6994 www.albancat.com Abingdon, MD 410-679-7800 Myersville, MD 301-293-2377 Upper Marlboro, MD 301-420-3700 Felton, DE 302-284-4100 Sterling, VA 703-450-6700 Winchester, VA 540-667-4200

Bobcat of Connecticut, Inc. 54 Alna Lane E. Hartford, CT 06108 860-282-2648 Fax: 860-282-6164 www.bobcatct.com Bobcat of Stratford 821 Wooden Road Stratford, CT 06615 203-380-2300 Fax: 203-380-9791 Bobcat of Greater Springfield 181 Wayside Ave. West Springfield, MA 01089 413-746-4647 Fax: 413-746-4648

of North Jersey Bobcat of North Jersey 201 Maltese Dr. Totowa, NJ 07512 973-774-9500 Fax: 973-774-9501

H.O. Penn Machinery 122 Noxon Rd. Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 845-452-1200 699 Brush Ave. Bronx, NY 10465 718-863-3800 783 Bloomingburg Rd. Bloomingburg, NY 12721 845-733-6400 660 Union Ave. Holtsville, NY 11742 631-758-7500 15 Middle Ave. Holtsville, NY 11742 631-758-7500 225 Richard St. Newington, CT 06111 860-594-4800 www.hopenn.com

Cleveland Brothers 4565 William Penn Highway Murrysville, PA 15668 866-551-4602 Erie 3950 Depot Road Erie, PA 16510 814-898-3388 Somerset 168 Industrial Park Road Somerset, PA 15501 814-445-7915 Clearfield 1307 Old Town Rd. & Route 879 Clearfield, PA 16830 814-765-1611 Mansfield US Route 6 East Mansfield, PA 16933 570-662-7171

Lantz Corners 3105 Route 219 Kane, PA 16735 814-778-5250

Harrisburg 5210 Paxton Street Harrisburg, PA 17111 717-564-0598

Mount Pleasant 309 Foothills Lane Mt. Pleasant, PA 15666 724-696-4080

Wilkes-Barre 970 Wilkes Barre Twp. Rd. Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 570-822-8141

Turbotville Route 54 and Interstate 180 (Exit 5) Turbotville, PA 17772 570-538-2551

Clarksburg Route 76E and Route 40 Clarksburg, WV 26330 304-842-2222

Lancaster 4326 Oregon Pike Ephrata, PA 17522 717-859-4905

Shinnston Route 2, Box 849 Shinnston, WV 26431 304-592-5855 www.clevelandbrothers.com

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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section For more information on crushing, screening and recycling equipment, visit CEG's Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

GreyStone Aggre-Spec Classifying Systems, Controllers Aggre-Spec sand classifying systems, manufactured by Columbus, Neb.-based GreyStone Inc., produce up to three products, including two spec products, from natural or manufactured sand blends. Aggre-Spec classifying systems allow producers to scalp excess water, reject excess material, separate and size sand particles and re-blend up to two industry-standard spec products simultaneously. Urethane discharge valves and seats are self-aligning to keep valves centered for maximum flow and long life. Discharge boots also are urethane, with the optimum angle for maximum flow and reduced wear of the flume’s abrasion-resistant lined floor. GreyStone offers a full line of AggreSpec classifying systems, as well as controls, including: Stationary Aggre-Spec tanks, with 10 classifier models, ranging in size from 8 by 20-ft. (2.4 by 6 m) to 12 by 48-ft. (3.6 by 14.6 m). Stationary structures offer from six to 11 classifying stations with three cells, capable of producing up to three products at one time. Semi-Portable Aggre-Spec classifying systems, featuring a modular, low-profile construction and stack-up design for quick installation. This line includes 18 classifier models, ranging in size from 8 by 24-ft. (2.4 by 7.3 m) to 12 by 48ft. (3.6 by 14.6 m). Semi-portable structures offer from seven to 11 classifying stations and produce up to 820 tph (744 t). Portable Aggre-Spec classifying systems, featuring a GreyStone’s stationary classifying system.

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Northeast Dealers Among Morbark’s Top Performers Morbark Inc. recognized four of its top dealers — Columbus Equipment Company was named Industrial Dealer of the Year for the second straight year, while Alexander Equipment Company, Nortrax Northeast, and Schmidt Equipment Inc. earned Gold Tier Dealer status for their tree care products divisions. “Morbark’s dealers are instrumental to our customers’ success,” said John Foote, vice president of sales and marketing of Morbark. “They provide more than just our high-performance equipment; they give our customers local knowledge and support to help them grow and maintain their businesses. We’re honored to recognize these dealers who are as devoted to continuous improvement as Morbark is. We’re proud to have them in the Morbark family.” Established in 1952 and known as “Ohio’s Dependable Dealer,” Columbus Equipment earned the Morbark Industrial Dealer of the Year Award for its 2012 sales of industrial equipment. Columbus Equipment operates in 10 locations in Ohio, and serves customers in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and West Virginia. Morbark dealers are reviewed and scored annually on their customer service, business plan, equipment and parts sales, service and

(L-R) are Charlie Stahl, Morbark territory specialist; Jesse Garber, Columbus Equipment Company environmental sales; Jim Shoemaker Jr., Morbark president; Tim Smith, Columbus Equipment Company environmental division sales manager; Bob Stewart, Columbus Equipment Company environmental sales; John Foote, Morbark VP of sales and marketing; and Don Duperow, Columbus Equipment Company environmental sales.

warranty process, marketing efforts and much more. As a result of the 2012 review process, Alexander Equipment and Nortrax Northeast retained Tree Care Product Gold Dealer status while Schmidt Equipment earned its first Gold Tier ranking, marking these companies as exceptional in all aspects of customer support.

Alexander Equipment, Nortrax Northeast and Schmidt Equipment all represent both the Tree Care Products and Industrial lines for Morbark. Alexander Equipment, based in Lisle, Ill., handles Morbark sales for northern Illinois; Nortrax Northeast has 10 locations covering Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and northeastern New York; and,

with five locations, Schmidt Equipment serves Morbark customers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. For more information, visit www.morbark.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Pro-Deck Screen Approach Now Includes Modular Panels W.S. Tyler has expanded its consultative Pro-Deck approach to vibrating screens using modular screen media. For the first time, customers are able to benefit from the flexibility of modular panels in combination with the Pro-Deck approach for extended screen life and higher production rates. “Many mine operators and producers prefer the wear life of modular screen media, but think that this comes with a high sacrifice in open area. With Pro-Deck, different style screen panels are blended in a way that both wear life and open area are optimized,” said Darcy Bishop, manager of W.S. Tyler’s media division. The Pro-Deck approach is a five-step process that implements W.S. Tyler’s vibration analysis and modification strategy to professionally blend multiple types of screen media on a single deck. Traditionally, processing operations have used the same screen media on an entire deck of the vibrating screen. But after extensive research and years of experi-

ence, W.S. Tyler concluded that a non-traditional approach of incorporating more than one type of screen media extends the life of the screen media while also enhancing efficiency. Additionally, the ProDeck approach helps eliminate common screening problems such as blinding, pegging and premature wear that cause unscheduled downtime, according to the manufacturer. The Tyler Pro-Deck process begins with an onsite visit to the vibrating screen by a Pro-Deck specialist. Using its self-developed vibration analysis tool, W.S. Tyler’s screening experts ensure that the machine is working within the operational parameters specific to the application requirements. Based on screen performance and the wear experienced on the individual sections and deck, a recommendation for screen media modification is made. Upon implementation of the new screen media, the results are measured and documented before focusing on the next section. This process continues

until all recommendations are implemented and the customer’s product quality is positively enhanced. In addition, it allows the customer to continuously evaluate the new performance and wear advantages. “We recommend a ProDeck setup for any operator or producer using modular panels. Pro-Deck offers a solution for virtually every situation, regardless of whether the user is experiencing blinding, contamination or excessive wear. Pro-Deck can even improve situations in which both screening results and wear are deemed satisfactory,” said Bishop. “The secret to Pro-Deck’s success lies in understanding that the vibrating screen and the screen media are an integral system. You need to synchronize both in order to achieve optimal results.” W.S. Tyler Modular screen media is generally customized to every application and often manufactured in 1x1, 1x2, and 1x4 sized panels. Formulated with rubber,

polyurethane or a wire and polyurethane hybrid blend, these panels are known for high wear life in comparison to tensioned wire cloth screens. The modular panels are lightweight, easy to handle, and designed to be snapped in or installed with a built-in pin and sleeve or groove system, making screen media changeouts quick and simple. Additionally, a single person can perform changeouts safely, according to the manufacturer. W.S. Tyler offers an extensive line of screen media products to build the right Pro-Deck for their

customers’ applications. “Our Ty-Wire hybrid panels deliver amazing results as they combine the open area of woven wire with the wear characteristics of polyurethane. Ty-Wire has become an integral building block in designing customized Pro-Decks for our customers,” said Bishop. Because of their high durability and the capacity to change out only small portions of the deck, modular panels are ideal for high impact areas. When used in these situations, particularly as part of a Pro-Deck setup, modular panels are cost effective. Although the panels have a higher initial cost per square foot, their long-term cost is lower because operators only have to change out the worn portions of the screen rather than changing out an entire traditional tensioned wire cloth screen. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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6x16 2 Deck Screen-It

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Demolition & Recycling

SOLD 2000 Komatsu PC290LC-6K MH #K34003, 14,025 Hrs, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, Material Handling Front, Drop Nose Stick, HGT 3/4 yd3 5 Tine Grapple w/360 rotation, and Very Good U/C. FOB Summerville, SC ..........Call for price.

1999 Liebherr A932 HD #361-5179, 15,000 Hrs, Fixed Elevated Cab, Material Handling Front, Drop Nose Stick, 20 kw Belt Drive Generator, NEW Generator Controller, Recent Engine, Trans & Pumps by Liebherr Dealer, Solid Tires. Good Overall Running Condition for the Age & Hours. FOB Hanover, MD. ..............Call for price.

1999 Fuchs MHL350 #2100317, 16,618 Hrs, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, 49’ Max Reach Material Handling Front, Drop Nose Stick, Deutz Engine, Generator System, and Solid Tires. Clean Older Machine that is Sold “asis” with Inspection Report Available. FOB East Longmeadow, MA. ........Only $79,500

2006 Hitachi ZX270LC-3 with 6600 Hrs, Cab w/Heat & A/C, Cab Guarding, Very Good U/C and Equipped w/ LaBounty MSD2000R Saber Series Mobile Shear w/360 Rotation. Less than 250 Hour Use Since Complete Rebuild of Shear and All Components. Through Shop and Work Ready. .................... ....................Available for Sale or Rent.

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2007 Cat 330DL #MWP1293, 6554 Hrs, Cab w/Heat & A/C, Cab Guarding, Equipped w/Genesis GSP500R #500529R. One Owner Since New. Completely through shop and work ready, FOB Summerville, SC ............................Call for Price.

2010 Cat M322D MH #W2T05047, Delivered NEW in 2011, 3847 Hrs, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, FOPS Cab Guarding, Heat & A/C, 41’ Material Handing Front, Drop Nose Stick, 12.5 kw Gen Set, Cat GSH15-5 3/4 yd3 Grapple w/360 rotation (Fully Installed), Dual Solid Tires, Rear Camera System, and Outriggers x4. Cat Dealer Maintained Since New w/Service History Report Available. Excellent Condition & Appearance ................Call for price.

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CEC Expands Manufacturing Capabilities in Sheridan, Ore. In early 2013 Construction Equipment Company (CEC), a rock crushing and screen equipment company, expanded with a 24,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility and 2,000 sq. ft. paint shop on 8 acres in Sheridan, Ore. While some may think that the decision to expand could have been premature, the father and son duo of Gary and Roger Smith thought it the perfect time to build. “With the market on the way to recovery, we thought this was the perfect opportunity to expand our product line and better serve our customers,” said Gary Smith, CEO. The shop will complement the company’s Tualatin, Ore., home office facility, which has been in operation for more than 30 years. Since its inception in 1981 CEC has grown from just three employees to more than 70. The company is headquartered in Tualatin, Ore., and the fabrication facility is located in Kelso, Wash. The majority of

In early 2013 Construction Equipment Company expanded with a 24,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility and 2,000 sq. ft. paint shop on 8 acres in Sheridan, Ore.

CEC’s employees are based out of the Tualatin office, however, there are seven outside salesmen located throughout the United States. CEC has established dealerships with approximately 140 equipment dealers throughout the United States, creating an extensive distribution system of the CEC

product line. CEC currently manufactures the largest screen machine in the world and manufactures several different sizes in the Screen-It product line. CEC also manufactures portable jaw plants, cone plants and both vertical and horizontal shaft impactor plants. CEC provides complete crushing plants

including electrical switch gear, control houses, generator sets and dust control systems. For more information, call 800/600-5427 or visit ceccrushers.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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LoMc Credits Ohio CAT, IROCK, Hard Work to Success It’s a testimony to both men that Joshua McNary’s former employer, Jerry Baden of TVEK Enterprises, helped he and partner, William Lockhart get their start in business, named LoMc LLC, in the fall of 2012 with a screening plant they built themselves. When they landed a job recovering iron from an old Republic Steel dump site in Canton, Ohio, they were tasked with processing a five acre mound averaging 60 to 70 ft. (18 to 21 m) deep. Faced with moving a mountain to separate slag from the reusable iron, McNary and Lockhart soon set about searching for equipment that would deliver greater efficiency. The first screening plant they tried out was an improvement but still didn’t provide the processing speed they’d need if they were to stay in business. Joshua McNary with a hand held magA call to Chris Harris of Ohio CAT put net shows the iron content in this them on the road to profitability. According to LoMc LLC’s William Lockhart (L) and Joshua McNary credit hard work, Ohio CAT screened material. McNary, Harris introduced them to IROCK’s and IROCK with their ongoing success. screening plants which turned out to be exactly what they had in mind for the job. They’re currently running an IROCK TS-522 triple deck tracked screener and an IROCK TS-522 double deck tracked screener on the job. In the first stage of the process, they load materials into the triple deck screener to separate materials into piles of 2x slag. Slag fines and the remaining materials are conveyed past a Dings #33 magnet to separate out iron from 304 slag. The second stage is to run the iron materials through the IROCK TS-522 double deck tracked screener to separate 23/4 in. iron from 3/8 to 1/8 in. iron and a final recovery of Finished product piles up after being processed by the fines. According to McNary, with the separation of fines, IROCK TS-522 double deck tracked screener. their pace is 3,000 tons (2,722 t)per day. He added that if they were running 1/2 in. material they could double the amount which separates materials by density for a high grade iron. processed daily. In all, they’ve processed more than 2 million According to McNary, his old employer Jerry Baden is tons (1.8 million t) of materials at the site. working on improvements to the water jig process for a high- In the initial processing stage, slag fines come off the The iron they process is sent to steel mills in Ohio, er production level. IROCK TS-522 triple deck tracked screener. Michigan and other nearby states to be melted down and According to McNary, having IROCK machines on the reused while the slag will be used for fill. job has helped the company land a new recycling job in the initial feed that allows the operator to dump oversized McNary explained that the material they’re recovering is Lorain, Ohio on a 400 acre site averaging 70 ft. (21 m) deep materials from the loader. Another feature is the ease and rated at 68 percent FE. The recovered iron also contains that could keep them busy for the next 20 years. speed with which they can change the angle of the screens to lime, phosphorous, nickel and cadmium, all materials that Regarding the IROCK screening plants, McNary said that remove fines. McNary also is impressed with the vibration would need to be added to a mill’s furnace to produce iron while not all of the features he found beneficial are unique to speed, adding that while it’s not considered high frequency, products if virgin iron was used. Currently the mills they IROCK, it’s the features combined in one machine that it’s as close as it gets with a portable plant. supply can’t take any recycled materials under 3/8 in. so the make the IROCK screeners stand out. McNary said the tracks on the plants make a huge contriiron fines are being saved for a process called water jigging Key features start with the remote controlled grizzly on bution to their productivity, allowing them to move with the pile of materials, making set up time incredibly quick. He said that both IROCK and Ohio CAT are great to work with. Both companies are extremely responsive to their needs, providing a level of support that indicates a vested interest in their ongoing success. Maintenance and service issues have been treated with a demonstrated concern for LoMc LLC’s success. LoMc LLC, which currently has six employees, with plans to add four to five more, now has four IROCK plants, two Cat excavators, and two Cat wheel loaders along with other miscellaneous equipment. LoMc LLC employs two IROCK TS-522 conveyor systems and Dings magnets to stockpile recycled iron destined for steel mills in Ohio, Michigan and surrounding states.

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


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High Productivity – Low Operating Costs SENNEBOGEN green line material handling machines make your competitors “green with envy” TYLER EQUIPMENT CORP.

C.N. WOOD CO., INC.

TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT, INC.

GIBSON MACHINERY

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

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

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HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT COMPANY

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www.mcclung-logan.com Baltimore, MD 410-242-6500 Bridgeville, DE 302-337-3400 Winchester, VA 540-722-3700

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

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In Connecticut: In Delaware: In Delaware: In New York: In Pennsylvania/New Jersey IRON IRON SOURCE LLC LLC WILLIAM M. BIERS, INC. MODERN EQUIPMENT SOURCE MUENCH CO., INC. 2511325113 Dupont Dupont Blvd. • Georgetown, DE 19947 100 Port Street • Albany, NY 12202 201CT W. 06902 Church Rd., Suite 500 Blvd.s'EORGETown, DE 19947 15 6IRGIL3TREETs3TAMFORD, 302-856-7545 | 888-733-5119 518-434-2747 King of Prussia, PA 19046 302-856-7545 | 888-733-5119 203-323-9921 www.ironsourcede.com www.wmbiers.com 610-825-1952 | 800-445-4381 www.ironsourcede.com

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Bristol, PA 215-943-9100 In Massachusetts: WESTCHESTER TRACTOR, INC. Edison, NJ 732-738-9200 CLEAVES CO., INC. 60 International Blvd. • Brewster, NY 10509 In Massachusetts: In New York: Sicklerville, NJ 800-682-9673 300 Reservoir Street • Needham, MA 02494 845-278-7766 CLEAVES CO., INC. WESTCHESTER TRACTOR, INC. 781-449-0833 | 877-449-0833 www.wtractor.com 300 ReserVOIR3TREETs.EEDHAM, MA 02494 60 International Blvd.s"REWSTEr,.9 www.moderngroup.com www.cleavesco.com 781-449-0833 | 877-449-0833 845-278-7766 NIAGARA FRONTIER EQUIPMENT www.cleavesco.com www.wtractor.com In Massachusetts/Connecticut: SALES, INC. TYLER EQUIPMENT CORPORATION 4060 Lake Ave. • Lockport, NY 14094 251 Shaker Rd. • East Longmeadow, MA 01028 716-434-2000 NIAGARA FRONTIER In Massachusetts/Connecticut: 413-525-6351| 800-292-6351

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RPA Demo Grapples Can Equip Dangling or Positioned Rotator

Rotobec Power Attachment (RPA) demolition grapples can accomplish demanding jobs in C&D, recycling, landscaping and general contracting. They can be equipped with either a dangling or positioned rotator. A positioned continuous rotator minimizes excavator travel, thus reducing fuel consumption, undercarriage wear and maintenance costs, according to the manufacturer. The RPA features high-pressure cylinders, integrated valve-on-swivel option and an interlocking design for increased strength and durability. Other configurations available include rake, bucket, trash, and pulp. For more information, call 855/ROTOBEC or visit www.rotobec.com.

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KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens has been recognized for one of the 2012 Best New Products Top Rollouts from Better Roads Magazine for the company’s “Be FRAP Ready” Web site. The “Be FRAP Ready” Web site (www.befrapready.com) was designed and produced by KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens, and is intended to help producers in the aggregate recycling industry understand the benefits of fractionated reclaimed asphalt pavement (FRAP). “The goal of the ‘Be FRAP Ready’ Web site is to answer the most common questions that KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens receives for those who want to incorporate FRAP into their operation,” said Lisa Carson, marketing manager of KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens. “We know that by fractionating reclaimed asphalt, producers can be environmentallyfriendly and put more money back in their

wallet, all while maintaining a high-quality asphalt mix.” The “Be FRAP Ready” Web site was selected as a top rollout for 2012 because of the prevalence of RAP in the industry and the usefulness of the Web site to consumers. “Once a year, Better Roads’ editors assemble a collection of remarkable new products that make a significant different in the transportation infrastructure industry, our Top Rollout Awards,” said Joe Donald, vice president of sales of construction media. “It’s a one-of-a-kind list for the industry that recognizes companies, designers, engineers and production teams that deliver exceptional, head-turning products that stand out in a field that is filled — every year — with a very, very long list of outstanding candidates.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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The machines are shown with optional equipment.

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

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

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

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

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Eagle 1536 Portable Jaw Crushing Plant

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

Pioneer 540CSE Cone Portable Plant

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

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Brokk Names Catalanotto New Sales Representative

L L I H E H T F O G N I K www.superior-ind.com

At Superior, we’re constantly searching for new ways to use our knowledge of bulk material handling systems to solve challenges and improve production. We’re driven by curiosity, loaded with determination and energized by progress. How can we help you?

WHITNEY AND SON, INC. 95 Kelley Avenue • Fitchburg, MA 01420

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Official dealer partner of Superior Industries in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.

Brokk AB, a manufacturer of remote con- encountered Brokk machines, which were trolled demolition machines, has added being used on parts of the Big Dig in Boston. James “Cat” Catalanotto to its U.S. sales Officially known as the Central team. Catalanotto, who owns and operates Artery/Tunnel Project, the Big Dig was a EMCAT LLC, a manufacturers’ representa- massive undertaking that rerouted Interstate tive company in Boston, is Brokk’s new 93 from the city center into a 3½-mi. tunnel. regional sales representative of the New “Brokk machines have proven their England states. Catalanotto is working to strengthen relationships with current customers while developing new connections for Brokk in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. “Cat brings a wealth of experience to meeting the needs of our customers in the northeastern region of the United States, and we’re delighted to welcome him to our sales family,” said Peter Bigwood, vice president of sales and marketing of Brokk in North America. “Cat is going to be a dependable asset for customers in terms of information about the unusual tasks our machines handle and the value Brokk brings to a wide range of demolition and construction projects.” Catalanotto brings more than 22 years of sales experience in both distribution and James “Cat” Catalanotto is Brokk’s new regional sales direct lines to the relation- representative of the New England states. ship and his company represents numerous complementary brands of equipment and attachments. unique capabilities on some of the largest Now, with the Brokk relationship, projects in the world,” Catalanotto said. Catalanotto is able to demonstrate solutions “Brokk is also the largest and most experito unique challenges that only the compact, enced specialty robotic equipment company remote-controlled machines can handle. For in the industry and it has earned its reputaexample, while the Brokk machines can tion as the cream of the crop for support after work in tight spaces, they are extremely the sale. I’m proud to be on the front lines powerful relative to their weight. Further, with our customers in the field.” they are safer for operators because they can For more than 30 years, Brokk has been be controlled from a distance. In addition, manufacturing remote-controlled demolition because they are fully electric Brokk and construction machines and attachments. machines do not emit harmful emissions, Brokk is able to offer solutions to multiple making them ideal for enclosed spaces, industries worldwide including construction, according to the manufacturer. demolition, mining and tunneling, cement Prior to launching EMCAT in 2012, and process, nuclear and other specialty Catalanotto was the northeastern United applications. States sales manager of Husqvarna For more information, call 800/621-7856 Construction Products for nearly 12 years, or visit www.brokk.com. and before that he was a sales lead for Pro(This story also can be found on Companies, Waltham, Mass. It was while he Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at was with Pro-Companies that he first www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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National Demolition Association Director Testifies at Hearing

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

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

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In testimony on July 9 before the Pennsylvania House Committee on Urban Affairs concerning legislation meant to change safety requirements for city demolition projects, the executive director of the National Demolition Association supported many elements of the law but took issue with requirements on project oversight. Specifically, the bill would require all demolition plans for commercial structures in class one cities in the commonwealth to be reviewed by a licensed architect or professional engineer. “While in no way impugning the value of these professions…they simply lack the training and education in the demolition process to oversee the work being performed by a competent demolition contractor,” said Michael R. Taylor, executive director of the NDA. “The National Demolition Association strongly recommends the use of a professional engineer when an association member is confronted with a challenging structural issue on a project site…however, few, if any, architects or professional engineers, unless they have worked in the demolition industry, have the training or expertise to knowledgeably comment on the work plans of a demolition project.” The hearing was precipitated by the June 5 demolition accident in Philadelphia that killed six people. The NDA was invited to provide testimony because it represents more than 800 firms involved in the approximately $5 billion U.S. demolition industry. Taylor pointed out in his testimony that according to statistics compiled by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and OSHA, the seemingly dangerous industry is in fact overwhelmingly safe, with only one workplace fatality occurring every one million man-hours. “It seems a wise idea to the association to include a system of review of construction codes, administrators and third party agencies charged with enforcement and administration of laws,” Taylor said. He noted that under OSHA standard 29 CFR 1926.850, a written engineering survey is prepared by a competent person to determine a structure’s condition and the possibility of unplanned collapse of any portion of the structure. In the testimony, Taylor also addressed the proposed requirement for at least $1 million in liability insurance could have an economic impact on certain smaller demolition projects. “For companies new to the demolition industry, these additional costs could have an impact on getting started in the industry,” Taylor said. For more information, visit www.demolitionassociation.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Powerscreen H6203

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2012 model with approx 1175 hrs. Tier 4 engine. 28 x 44” jaw crusher with quick hydraulic adjust settings. Vibrating grizzly feeder, overband magnet, wireless remote, dust suppression system, side dirt conveyor. Location: South Carolina. Priced to sell at $395,000

Terex-Pegson Premiertrak HA Jaw Crusher

2007 Model with Approx. 2825 Hrs. One of the largest Mobile Tracked Screening Plants on the Market. Three Deck 20’ x 6’ Horizontal Screen Box, Ideal Machine for Fine Aggregate Screening. Comes with Additional Recirculating Conveyor Mounted on Machine. Has a CAT Engine. Location: North Carolina. Price: $265,000 REDUCED TO ONLY $229,500

Telestack Conveyors Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic is a dealer for Telestack conveyors. Providing mobile tracked stockpiling conveyors, radial telescopic conveyors and more! We have tracked units available for rental or purchase.

Spare Parts 2006 model with approx 3100 hours. 26 x 44" jaw crusher with quick hydraulic adjust settings. Overband magnet and side dirt conveyor. CAT C-9 engine. Wireless remote control. Location: North Carolina. Priced to sell for $229,500

We also sell the full range of Powerscreen & Pegson parts. Want crusher & screen wear parts for Extec, Sandvik, Fintec, Finlay, Metso or Komatsu machines? Conveyor Belting Available! Call Us!


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PACCAR MX-13 Engine Offers Fuel Economy Benefits Coming off a record year of PACCAR MX engine sales in Kenworth trucks, Kenworth is anticipating even further proprietary engine adoption with the PACCAR MX-13. “We’ve taken an excellent engine platform and made it even better with the PACCAR MX-13,” said Preston Feight, Kenworth assistant general manager of sales and marketing. “The immediate impact is an improvement in fuel economy of up to 3.5 percent. That’s a significant gain for customers which may amount to about a $2,500 annual fuel savings for the typical long-haul truck averaging 120,000 miles per year. “We feel that Kenworth and the PACCAR MX-13 will be the truck make and engine of choice for those fleet and truck operators who want a fuel-efficient, reliable 12.9-liter engine in their Class 8 trucks,” said Feight. Designed for linehaul and vocational heavy duty truck operators, the PACCAR MX-13 utilizes the latest common rail fuel-delivery technology, which enables injection pressures of up to 2,500 bar, enhancing fuel efficiency and performance. The common rail system uses controls to regulate the fuel in a central manifold, only compressing the amount of fuel mixture needed. The result is finer fuel atomization for optimized combustion, enabling lower fuel consumption and emissions, according to the manufacturer. In addition to its fuel efficiency, the engine offers high reliability and durability, lightweight design and low cost of ownership.

The PACCAR MX-13 is rated up to 500 hp (372.7 kW) and is the only 13-L class engine rated up to 1,850 lb.-ft. of torque. It is available for Kenworth Class 8 models, including the T660, T680, T700, T800, T880 and W900. The PACCAR MX-13 is assembled at the PACCAR engine plant in Columbus, Miss. The PACCAR MX-13 meets the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulation requiring that all model-year 2013 engines be equipped with on-board diagnostics (OBD). OBD improves engine reliability by monitoring the performance of the vehicle’s emission system to help detect emission issues, recognize component faults, and ensure optimal performance. For more information, visit www.kenworth.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Designed for linehaul and vocational heavy duty truck operators, the PACCAR MX-13 utilizes the latest common rail fuel-delivery technology, which enables injection pressures of up to 2,500 bar.


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

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Peninsula Equipment, ZB Group Offer New Metal Shredder ZB Group, in conjunction with Peninsula Equipment, is offering a portable track-mounted, true hammer-mill style metal shredder. In addition, Peninsula also will became a master distributor of the ZB product line in the United States and Canada. Based in Spain, ZB Group has earned a lasting reputation on producing portable and stationary hammer-mills for more than 20 years in various locations throughout the world. Designed to complement the distinctive line of Peninsula product offerings in the United States and Canada, this venture represents a new frontier for both companies in exploring new service territories. Ranging in rotor lengths from 39 to 82 in. (99 to 208 cm), five hammer-mill metal shredder models will be introduced, ranging in horsepower from 440 to 2,000 (328 to 1,491 kW). The first machine to make its debut in the United States will be the Thor 1519K. This model will feature a 60 in. (152 cm) hammer-mill powered by a Cat C-18 765 hp (570 kW) engine. “This machine is aimed at the small to

ZB Group, in conjunction with Peninsula Equipment, is offering a portable track-mounted, true hammer-mill style metal shredder.

medium scrap yard that wants to take control and bring processing in house. This true hammer mill design affords the owner the opportunity to size reduce and densify,” said

Bill Padula, vice president of Peninsula Equipment. “Through this partnership, ZB Group brings to Peninsula a time-tested product line specifically aimed at the needs

of a changing scrap market.” These same products also excel at processing aggregate and recycled concrete, as well as construction and demolition debris. The scrap ramp and compression roller has been replaced with a “grizzly” bar and a fines conveyor. Parts and service for the machines will be offered by Peninsula Equipment and stocked in Buford, Ga.; Lakeland, Fla.; and Lexington, S.C. In time, regional distributors will be assigned to assist in product distribution.

About Peninsula Peninsula serves industries such as C&D, wood waste, mulch, MSW, rock, concrete, demo and scrap. The company’s complete line of products includes crushing, grinding and screening equipment, which fits most unique application needs. Product manufacturers include Metso, McCloskey, ZB, Thor, Peterson and Doppstadt. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Rayco Dons New Modern Look

In celebration of its 35th year in business, Rayco has launched a campaign to better communicate its company values. It also is shedding the yellow and red logos and paint scheme in favor of a new, more modern look. Those visual cues will be carried through from the machines, down to marketing literature, print advertisements and Web site.


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Baschmann Services, Inc. 1101 Maple Road Elma, NY 14059

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

Murrysville Machinery Company

Thompson Rolec Enterprises LLC

100 Commercial Court Irwin, PA 15642

51 North Lisbon Road Lewiston, ME 04241

742-863-7000 Fax: 742-863-9908

207-784-6273 Fax: 207-784-9483

www.murrysvillemachinery.com

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John Deere Power System’s Engines Receive Final Tier IV Certification John Deere Power Systems’ (JDPS) engine lineup 174 hp (130 kW) and above has received U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Final Tier IV, European Union (EU) Stage IV and California Air Resources Board (CARB) emissions certification. The PowerTech PVS 6.8L, PowerTech PSS 6.8L, PowerTech PSS 9.0L and PowerTech PSS 13.5L models are the first John Deere offhighway engines to receive Final Tier IV, Stage IV and CARB emissions certification in the 174 to 750 hp (130 to 560 kW) power category. “We began the design process by listening to our customers, and we have worked with them every step of the way to ensure our solutions deliver the industry-leading performance and low operating cost they expect from John Deere,” said Geoff Stigler, manager of worldwide marketing of John Deere Power Systems. “Our building-block approach has enabled us to adopt the best available technologies to meet each new regulatory tier, and this continues with Final Tier IV/Stage IV.” Final Tier IV/Stage IV emissions regulations begin Jan. 1, 2014, for engines 174 hp (130 kW) and above, and require an 80 percent reduction in nitrogen oxides (NOx) from previous Interim Tier IV/Stage III B requirements. Particulate matter (PM) levels remain the same as those mandated by Interim Tier IV/Stage III B regulations. For Final Tier IV/Stage IV, John Deere continued with its planned building-block approach by developing the integrated emissions control system to meet the challenging standards. For 125 hp (93 kW ) and above engines, John Deere will offer models equipped with an integrated emissions control system configured with cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and diesel particulate filter (DPF), as well as a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system. The DOC/DPF reduces PM while cooled EGR and the SCR system reduce NOx. “The certifications of our PowerTech engines 174 hp and above are tremendous milestones for John Deere, and confirm that our customers can be confident in our tailored integrated emissions control systems, which deliver innovative technologies capable of meeting more stringent emissions standards,” Stigler said. “We are confident that all of our Final Tier IV/Stage IV solutions will provide the power, performance, ease of operation, fluid efficiency, reliability, durability and economical operating costs customers expect from

John Deere Power Systems’ (JDPS) engine lineup 174 hp (130 kW) and above has received U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Final Tier IV, European Union (EU) Stage IV and California Air Resources Board (CARB) emissions certification.

John Deere.” With the use of SCR technology for Final Tier IV/Stage IV engines, total fluid economy becomes important, and John Deere is confident that its total fluid operating costs will maintain an industry-leading position. Total fluid economy takes into account both diesel fuel and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). DEF consumption with John Deere Final Tier IV/Stage IV engines will be 1 to 3 percent of diesel fuel consumption depending on the application. With diesel fuel economy gains achieved through increased injection pressures and the optimized integrated emissions control system, John Deere Final Tier IV/Stage IV engines are expected to improve upon the total fluid economy of Interim Tier IV/Stage III B engines. Low DEF consumption also means the DEF tank size can be smaller, minimizing space required on equipment. Other benefits of low DEF consumption include less onsite bulk storage requirements for customers and extended DEF filter service intervals. “Our Interim Tier IV/Stage III B engines have been tested in many applications around the world and have established the benchmark for fluid economy,” Stigler said. “We’re confident that our Final Tier IV/Stage IV engines will continue to provide world-class fluid economy while delivering improved performance and higher machine productivity.” Models and power ratings for the certified Final Tier IV/Stage IV engine lineup 174 hp and above include: • PowerTech PVS 6.8L: 185 to 250 hp (138 to 187 kW) • PowerTech PSS 6.8L: 225 to 300 hp (168 to 224 kW) • PowerTech PSS 9.0L: 250 to 425 hp (187 to 317 kW) • PowerTech PSS 13.5L: 414 to 600 hp (309 to 448 kW) For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com/ jdpower. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Medico Industries 1500 Highway 315 • Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 570/825-7711 Fax: 570/824-1169 Route 611 & Shafer School House Rd. • Stroudsburg, PA 18360 570/420-0877 Fax: 570/420-0866 www.medicoind.com

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MSR Excavators Meet Standards With CEGR Technology Case Construction Equipment announced the availability of the CX145C SR and CX235C SR minimum-swing radius (MSR) excavators, both of which use Tier IV certified cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) technology to meet current environmental standards — and save on fuel consumption when compared to previous models. The CX145C SR and CX235C SR also combine maneuverability and power to ensure productivity in restricted conditions — and incorporate a host of new features to improve overall performance, boost operator comfort and provide ease of maintenance. Compared with previous B Series models, the CX145C SR and the CX235C SR deliver fuel savings of up to 9.2 percent and 17.5 percent, respectively. The new excavators’ diesel engines each achieve 100/160 net hp (75/119.3 kW) using Tier IV Interim CEGR technology to burn cleaner, reduce fuel consumption and deliver superior horsepower. Each excavator boasts a 3,659/2,677 lb. (1,659.7/ 1,214.3 kg) increase in operating weight. “Our latest excavators are ideal for projects where the work envelope is limited and the combination of maneuverability and power is essential to getting the job done as effectively and efficiently as possible,” said Rob Marringa, brand marketing manager of Case Construction Equipment. “We engineered these models to meet the current Tier IV emissions mandate while giving contractors easy-to-maintain machines that not only boost productivity but also deliver lower owning and operating costs.” The CX145C SR and CX235C SR excavators are engineered with a compact counterweight and boom placement that minimizes the machines’ work envelope. The excavators are well-suited for restricted conditions, such as those encountered with road and bridge work, residential projects and urban construction. They also are an excellent choice for wide-open job sites, according to the manufacturer. Improved Productivity, Overall Performance The CX145C SR and CX235C SR excavators incorporate a number of enhancements when compared with the previous models to boost productivity and improve overall performance, including: • Case intelligent hydraulic system: The system combines with CEGR Tier IV Interim technology for increased fuel savings. It also helps manage the engine and hydraulics to boost performance, including the ability to load trucks faster. The CX145C SR cycles 4-percent faster and delivers a 9percent increase in lift capacity versus the previous model. The CX235C SR excavator cycles 7-percent faster than its predecessor and touts a 15-percent increase in lift capacity. Five energy-saving features manage engine RPMs, as well as hydraulics, to lower operating costs and improve productivity. • Automatic power boost: Delivers added power for extremely heavy breakout and lifting requirements. • Three power modes: With the SP (speed priority), H (heavy duty) and A (automatic) modes, operators can choose the best mix of power and fuel efficiency. Throttle settings also adjust hydraulics for further tailoring to specific tasks. Increased Operator Comfort and Safety Enhancements that improve operator comfort and safety on the CX145C SR and CX235C SR excavators include: • More cab comfort: Compared to previous models, each excavator provides 6-percent more space and 28-percent more airflow inside the cab. Air conditioning performance within the cab has increased by 20 percent. All controls are

Compared with previous B Series models, the CX145C SR and the CX235C SR deliver fuel savings of up to 9.2 percent and 17.5 percent, respectively.

ergonomically designed. • Better visibility: The low profile common to all C Series excavators results in 32-percent more visibility, in addition to a new roof skylight. • High definition camera and non-glare monitor: The review camera feeds a 7-in. LED, non-glare monitor in the cab. Operators can easily switch the large, clear monitor between rear and optional side camera views. It also provides simultaneous visibility to key operating data. Tool changes are quick and easy with an in-cab auxiliary hydraulic setting system that includes an option for 10 memory-recall settings. • Noise reduction: The cab’s reinforced tubular structures help create an extra-quiet cab environment with automotivelike noise levels as low as 69.9 dBa. • Deluxe air-ride seat: Includes adjustable armrests and five primary adjustments to customize the comfort. • Level 1 ROPS/FOPS (rollover/falling-object protection systems) cab structure: Specifically engineered to enhance operator safety. Ease of Maintenance and Greater Versatility The CX145C SR and CX235C SR excavators achieve a 14.8- and 12-percent improvement score, respectively, over previous models on the SAE maintainability index. The new models provide: • Extended service intervals: Oil change intervals are 500 hours via a high-performance filtration circuit. Hydraulic oil change intervals are 5,000 hours, while easy maintenance system bushings result in greasing intervals of 1,000 hours. • Improved serviceability: The air filter and fuse box are readily accessible inside the cab. Ground-level access points, wide service panels, and grouped lubrication points speed routine maintenance. A full range of attachments, along with five auxiliary hydraulic options for powering them, lets users tailor the

machine to the job for added versatility and optimum productivity. As with all C Series excavators, the CX145C SR and CX235C SR feature a number of Case smart digging systems components, including: • Case multi-fit coupler: Provides complete hydraulic latching — and allows operators to quickly attach and detach buckets and other components without leaving the cab. • Productive and diverse bucket selection: CASE coupler buckets feature integrated bucket pins to prevent any loss of breakout force that might otherwise occur when using a coupler device. Pin-on buckets are designed for heavy-duty, high-capacity applications, such as digging in dense soil, clay, loose rock and gravel. • SmartFit bucket tooth system: Provides stronger, more durable teeth and adapters, as well as hammerless, reusable locking pins. The SmartFit lineup includes general purpose, rock chisel, heavy penetrator, tiger, twin tiger and flare teeth. Working Specs The CX145C SR has an operating weight of 33,290 lb. (15,100 kg), a bucket digging force 20,200 lb. (90.0 kN) to 21,400 lb. (95.0 kN), arm digging force of 12,600 lb. (56.0 kN) to 16,600 lb. (74.0 kN) and a maximum dig depth of 18 ft. 10 in. (5.51 m) to 19 ft. 8 in. (5.83 m). Standard bucket sizes range from .43 cu. yd. (0.33 cu m) to 1.02 cu. yd. to (0.60 cu m). The CX235C SR offers an operating weight of 56,029 lb. (25,400 kg), a bucket digging force 31,920 lb. (142 kN) to 34,170 lb. (152 kN), arm digging force of 23,160 lb. (103 kN) to 29,670 lb. (132 kN) and a maximum dig depth of 20 ft. 1 in. (6.12 m) to 21 ft. 3 in. (6.49 m). Standard bucket sizes range from .55 cu. yds. (.42 cu m) to 1.53 cu. yds. (1.17 cu m). For more information, visit www.Casece.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Like all of our equipment, the 850K was designed with extensive input by owners and operators like you. We listened and responded with numerous K-Series enhancements, including additional power and weight for increased productivity. An EPA Interim Tier 4 diesel engine for work in nonattainment areas. Spacious redesigned cab that’s noticeably quieter and more comfortable. And best-inclass serviceability features, such as an innovative easy-toclean “V-Cool” package. Add to those, the unsurpassed operating ease and maneuverability operators have come to expect from our crawlers, and the 850K is an obvious choice. To get your hands on one, see your John Deere dealer.

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Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Brunswick,OH 800/716-9796 Cambridge,OH 740/439-2747 Canton,OH 866/235-0438 Chillicothe,OH 740/663-5300 Cincinnati,OH 800/844-3734 Columbus,OH 800/222-2010 Lima,OH 800/423-7445 Poland,OH 866/503-7259 Vandalia,OH 800/233-4228 Painesville,OH 866/800-1398

Five Star Equipment, Inc. 711Route199 Athens,PA18810 570/882-8800 Dunmore,PA18512 570/346-1701 46Route97 Waterford,PA16441 814/796-2663 2585LycomingCreek Road Williamsport,PA17701 570/494-4030

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Jesco, Inc. Middletown,DE 302/376-0784

IOWA Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. SiouxCity,IA 800/352-4693 Waterloo,IA 800/772-2019 DesMoines,IA 800/822-2212 FortDodge,IA 800/362-2487

MARYLAND Jesco, Inc. Baltimore,MD 410/687-1700 Delmar,MD 410/546-1090 Frederick,MD 301/874-5500 WhitePlains,MD 301/870-1438

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Jesco, Inc. 495FishkillAvenue Beacon,NY12508 845/831-1800 800/724-0725 Fax: 908/821-1671

NEW HAMPSHIRE Nortrax Pembroke,NH 603-225-2769

VERMONT Nortrax Springfield,VT 802-885-6840 Williston,VT 802-658-2121

Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. CranberryTwp,PA 724/776-3636 Delmont,PA 724/837-4500


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Annual Towmaster Event Topcon HiPer SR, Pocket 3D Continues Winning Streak Bring GNSS Receiver to Sites TOWMASTER from page 30

Towmaster Trailer crew Anna Johnson (L), in-house sales, and Chris Pokornowski, sales manager, stand beside the 2012 Mack Truck with a Towmaster truck body from Nuss with a Towmaster pup trailer.

Dan Kraemer, regional sales manager of Tommy Gate, is with the G2-60-1342 EA 38 with a 1300 lb. (590 kg) lift capacity and aluminum platform.

Titan Machinery Field Marketer Dave Sebald (L) and Mike Wentlandt, of Woodbury, Minn., look over this 2013 Case 580 Super N WT TLB.

With the introduction of a new version of Pocket 3D software for its HiPer SR GNSS receiver, Topcon Positioning Systems is expanding the delivery of high-accuracy 3D positioning technology to contractors needing a low-cost, one-man layout and measurement system. Pocket 3D is powerful, but easy-to-use data collection and control software that has become the de facto standard for grade checking and other measurement applications on a job site, according to the manufacturer. The new version 10.0.2 makes it fully functional with the recently introduced HiPer SR receiver. The new receiver is not only “perfect for contractors, but also for other non-traditional GNSS users such as Topcon’s Pocket 3D software for its HiPer SR GNSS is uselandscape architects, ful for contractors needing one-person layout. law enforcement forensics projects or any others requiring nologies and packaged them in a small, enerhigh-accuracy 3D positioning,” said Tony gy-efficient design.” Anyone looking for a Vanneman, Topcon construction products rugged, easy-to-use, low-cost 3D GPS system will find what they need in the HiPer marketing manager. Its field-rugged and fully-integrated SR.” Additional key features of the HiPer SR design delivers a 1,000-ft. (305 m) working radius through Topcon’s new LongLink include: • Shock-resistant magnesium alloy houstechnology. “This innovative wireless data link was ing — allowing the HiPer SR to take a 6 ft. developed specifically for the HiPer SR, and (2m) pole drop onto concrete; • Weighs only 1.8 lbs. (0.8 kg); provides reliable and interference-free base• 226 channel Vanguard technology, feato-rover communications that don’t require an FCC license to operate,” Vanneman said. turing Universal Tracking Channel technolo“It’s never been easier to realize the produc- gy, supports all satellite constellations; • Fence Antenna technology; tivity benefits of one-man GPS control,” he • Quartz Lock Loop technology for GNSS said. “[Topcon] continues to set the standard tracking in high-vibration environments, with state-of-the-art devices combining lead- such as on a four wheeler; • Capable of simultaneous LongLink ing technology in ultra-compact designs. Cable-free and simple to operate, the HiPer operation with multiple rovers; • Sealed battery pack provides more than SR is the most compact professional-grade base and rover RTK system available for the 15 hours of operation. For more information, visit topconposiconstruction and survey industry,” he said. “We took the best signal tracking tech- tioning.com.


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The GMK6300L all-terrain crane At Grove, we provide high-performance features, reliable 24/7 support and a quality product lineup – because cranes are all we do. With 15 all-terrain models ranging from 40-450 USt, we’ve got a crane to handle any jobsite. Featured is the GMK6300L – its 350 USt capacity, 263 ft. boom, Allison transmission and MEGATRAK™ suspension system are ideal for a wide range of applications and will keep you working.

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300 S. Randolphville Rd. at Route 287 Piscataway, NJ 08855 800/446-3362 22 Peconic Ave. Medford, NY 631/207-2900

1130 Zerega Ave Bronx, NY 718/822-1179 Black Horse Pike Williamstown, NJ 856/875-0036 1440 Route 9W Marlboro, NY 12542 845/236-3000

Baltimore, MD 410/355-3800

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Roanoke, VA 540/362-3600

Ashland, VA 804/798-9740

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20 Tolland Turnpike Manchester, CT 06042 800/829-4161 136 Eastman St. South Easton, MA 02375 877/526-9213 327 King William Rd. Saint John, NB Canada E2M 7C9 888/594-8444

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Murrysvile, PA 888-232-2016 Harrisburg, PA 717-564-2121 Clearfield, PA 814-765-1611

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Indiana, PA 724-463-8743 Kane, PA 814-778-5250 Mansfield, PA 570-662-7171 Mount Pleasant, PA 724-696-4080 Pittston, PA 570-883-1044

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Winchester, VA 540-667-4200 Sterling, VA 703-450-6700 Felton, DE 302-284-4100

Milford, MA 508-634-3400 Wareham, MA 508-291-1200 Cranston, RI 401-946-6350 Richmond, VT 802-434-4228 Hopkinton, NH 603-746-4611

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On-Slab Drills OfferAlternative to Drilling Dowel Pin Holes The Minnich A-1C and A-2C on-slab drills are ideal for a variety of dowel pin drilling applications. With a total of four models available in the A-1C (single drill) series, plus the versatile A-2C double drill model, contractors can easily choose the proper on-slab drill for any project, according to the manufacturer. “On-slab drills offer a smart alternative to drilling dowel pin holes when it’s important to leave the subgrade untouched,” said Todd Jurjevic, sales and marketing director of Minnich. “Equipped with a steering wheel to enhance operator accuracy and control, our on-slab models are making a big impact with road builders.” The most popular model in the series requires a minimum

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A-1C On-Slab Single Drill The A-1C units have an operating weight of 670 lbs. (304 kg), and feature adjustable drill height and depth. They also operate in three positions; horizontal, vertical, and at a 35degree stitch. Furthermore, they are capable of skew drilling for special applications. The A-1C on-slab series come standard with urethanefilled, flat-proof tires to ensure job site productivity. The models in the A-1C line have a drilling distance from the top of the slab ranging from 1.5 to 11.75 in. (3.8 to 30 cm). The A-1C series product line is available from Minnich’s global network of distributors and feature the following models: • A-1C-24 • A-1C-30 • A-1C-36 • A-1C-48 A-2C On-Slab Double Drill The A-2C, like its single drill counterpart, allows drilling in horizontal, vertical and 35-degree stitch positions, making it a highly versatile machine. Designed with productivity in mind, the A-2C cuts operating time roughly in half due to the incorporation of the second drill, according to the manufacturer. Additionally, the A-2C is equipped with a larger oiler for reduced maintenance, and the drill height and depth are adjustable at the shift of a lever from the easy-to-use, on-slab operator’s panel. The A-2C is capable of drilling a distance from the top of the slab ranging from 1.5 to 11.75 in. For more information, visit www.minnich-mfg.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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CRANES EMPIRE CRANE CO. RT-T-HC/CC-AT-BT-Towers 7021 Performance Drive N. Syracuse, NY 13212 315/458-4101 Fax: 315/458-3169 Boston, MA 508/868-7734 NYC/NJ 315/663-4043

MCCLUNG-LOGAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY INC. RT-T-HC/CC-AT-BT www.mcclung-logan.com MARYLAND 4601 Washington Blvd. Baltimore, MD 21227 410-242-6500 VIRGINIA 160 Kentmere Court Winchester, VA 22603 540-722-3700 1345 Mountain Rd. Glen Allen, VA 23060 804-266-0000 4112 Holland Blvd. Chesapeake, VA 23323 757-485-3314 8450 Quarry Rd. Manassas, VA 20110 703-393-7344 2025 Cook Drive Salem, VA 24153 540-989-3750

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808 Norton Rd. Wise, VA 24293 276-328-8027 DELAWARE 17941 Sussex Highway Bridgeville, DE 19933 302-337-3400 NORTH CAROLINA 3908 N. Graham St. Charlotte, NC 28206 704-509-2728 For Your Local Terex Dealer, Please Contact: Terex USA, LLC 106 12th St. SE Waverly, IA 50677 USA Phone: (319) 352-3920 Fax: (319) 352-9395 email: info.cranes@terex.com web: www.terex.com/cranes


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AGC ST. LOUIS IF IT’S NEW, IT’S HERE! CONEXPO-CON/AGG will represent an immense unveiling of all the newest equipment, technology and product breakthrough in construction. From earthshaking big iron to groundbreaking innovations, it’s all assembled in one place to help you work smarter. CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 – If it’s new, it’s here! CONEXPO – CON/AGG 2014 – if it’s new, it’s here! MARCH 4 thru 8, 2014 LAS VEGAS, NEVADA USA LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 WILL FEATURE: . 2,400 exhibitors showcasing new products and technologies from for every major construction industry including asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, lifting, mining, utilities and more. . Over 130,000 attendees that range from contractors, to dealers & distributors, to service providers, engineers, producers, municipalities, and more. . A comprehensive education program during the five-day exposition with sessions emphasizing industry issues and trends, management and applied technology. For more information, please contact AGC of St. Louis, 6330 Knox Industrial Drive, Suite 200, St. Louis, MO - Phone: 314/781-2356; Fax: 314/781-2874.

Dynapac’s complete line of rollers and pavers combine years of experience with innovative thinking to make the job as fast, simple, and profitable as possible, from beginning to end. F1000 series pavers: t Cummins QSB 6.7 liter interim Tier 4 engine t North American styling featuring the lowest deck height in the industry at 63 inches t Easy to use control panel with one touch auto fill and cleaning modes CA2500-CA4000 single-drum vibratory rollers: Dynapac’s complete line of rollers and pavers combine years of experience with innovative t Static linear loads of 140-252 pli thinking to make the job as fast, simple, and profitable as possible, from beginning to end. t Active bouncing control F1000 series pavers: t Cummins or Deutz interim Tier 4 engine t Cummins QSB 6.7 liter interim Tier 4 engine CP224, CP224W and CP274 pneumatic tired rollers: t North American styling featuring the lowest deck height in the industry at 63 inches t Smooth start-stop system for directional changes t Easy to use control panel with one touch auto fill and cleaning modes t Wide-base tires CA2500-CA4000 single-drum vibratory rollers: t Air-on-the-run t Static linear loads of 140-252 pli Built for maximum performance, ease of maintenance and lower total cost of ownership, t Active bouncing control Dynapac’s rollers and pavers will provide you with more Uptime by Design. t Cummins or Deutz interim Tier 4 engine CP224, CP224W and CP274 pneumatic tired rollers: ANDERSON EQUIPMENT t Smooth start-stop system for directional changes COMPANY 800/414-4554 t Wide-base tires New York Pennsylvania West Virginia New Hampshire t Air-on-the-run Pittsburgh Charleston Manchester Buffalo Rochester Built forSprings maximum performance, total cost of ownership, Cambridge Albany ease of maintenance Syracuse and lowerFairmont Dynapac’s with more Uptime by Design. Clarion rollers and pavers Maine Endicottwill provide you Watertown Clearfield Vermont Cumberland Olean Somerset East Montpelier Bangor

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IOGA, WEST VA (INDEPENDENT OIL & GAS ASSOCIATION) SEPTEMBER 17 thru 19, 2013 - FARM SCIENCE REVIEW. Farm Science Review@OhioStateFSR. If your business is agricultural, our business is you! Please contact Leslie Risch, Program Assistant at 614/292-4278 for more information on this program. AGC of Minnesota–Fundraiser Event. Sporting Clays Fundraiser to Benefit Scholarship Event, Monday, August 19th. Join us for the 14th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser on Monday, August 19, at Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake. The early bird registration deadline is Monday, July 29. For more information on this event, please contact Denise Woods, CMP; Communications & Events, Associated General Contractors of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota; Direct: 651/796-2186; Cell: 612/201-5501; Fax: 651/632-8928; Toll Free: 800/552-7670 or go to www.agcmn.org. Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association Tessman Company Greenhouse Buying Expo Event Details: Date(s): August 14, 2013 Time: 8:00 AM CST – 4:00 PM CST Location: The Prom Center, 484 Inwood Avenue North, Oakdale, MN Organization Details: Organization: The Tessman Company Contact Phone: 651/487-3850 For more information, you may contact the MNLA office at 651/633-7987. AGC of Minnesota–Fundraiser Event. Sporting Clays Fundraiser to Benefit Scholarship Event, Monday, August 19th. Join us for the 14th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser on Monday, August 19, at Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake. The early bird registration deadline is Monday, July 29. For more information on this event, please contact Denise Woods, CMP; Communications & Events, Associated General Contractors of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota; Direct: 651/796-2186; Cell: 612/201-5501; Fax: 651/632-8928; Toll Free: 800/552-7670 or go to www.agcmn.org. Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association American Horticultural Therapy Association Annual Conference. September 20, 2013 to September 21, 2013 Time: All Day Location: The Commons Hotel, 615 Washington Ave., SE, Minneapolis, MN Celebrating AHTA’s 40th Anniversary This year’s anniversary celebration will feature past AHTA presidents and luminaries from the field, as well as a host of international presenters who will discuss their research, practices and the future of horticultural therapy. For more information, please contact the MNLA office phone at 651/633-4987; Toll Free: 888/886-6652 or email mnla@mnla.biz; Fax: 651/633-4986; Toll Free Fax: 888/266-4986. Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association 2013 Irrigation Show & Education Conference – Austin, Texas November 4, 2013 to November 7, 2013 Time: All Day Location: Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas Where Irrigation Meets Innovation What better place to think about changing things up than in Austin, Texas? A place to be different and stand out from the crowd. A place where energy and creativity run high and diverse ideas come together. This year’s show is the place to uncover opportunity, launch new ideas, up your game and have fun! For more information, please contact the MNLA office phone at 651/633-4987; Toll Free: 888/886-6652 or email mnla@mnla.biz; Fax: 651/633-4986; Toll Free Fax: 888/266-4986. CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN (CAM) GOLF SEASON is JUST AROUND THE CORNER !!! Be sure to mark your calendars for these upcoming CAM GOLF OUTINGS. September 23 – Plum Hollow Country Club, Southfield, Michigan “Old Timers Classic” - $135 per person. Package includes complimentary driving range; 18 holes of golf with cart; grilled lunch on the course; beverage service on the course; dinner with open bar; awards and door prizes. For more information, please contact Diana Brown at (248) 972-1000. August 14 – 16, 2013 – Conference. COAG-GEN – Register today and participate in the COAL-GEN 2013 Conference and Exhibition in Charlotte, North Carolina. COAL-GEN is the industry’s most dynamic event covering the latest topics affecting the design, development, upgrading, operation and maintenance of coal-fueled power plants. This conference is being held at the Charlotte Convention Center, 501 S. College Street, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.

August 16 – 18, 2013 – Convention. Historical Construction Equipment Association – HCEA International Convention and Old Equipment Exposition. The HCEA holds one annual convention and old equipment exposition each year. Somewhere in either the lower 48 or Canada, members, local fans, exhibitors, merchandise retailers and, of course, a lot of working machines are brought together for learn and share a bit of history. Next Show: WILMINGTON, ILLINOIS HCEA International Convention’s next show is AUGUST 16 thru 18, 2013 at the International Union of Operating Engineers’ Local 150 Training Center at 19800 West Arsenal Road, Wilmington, Illinois. For more information on this event, you may call the HCEA office at 419/352-5616; fax at 419/3526086 or email: info@hcea.net. Tuesday, August 27, 2013 - Wednesday, August 28, 2013 – Conference and Trade Show. Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association’s (PIOGA’s) Eastern Oil & Gas Conference and Trade Show is being held at the Monroeville Convention Center, Monroeville, PA For more information on the above PIOGA events, please contact PIOGA’s office at 724/933-7306 or fax: 724/933-7310. September 4-6, 2013 – Seminar. RAM, Inc.’s Fall 2013 Blasting and Explosives Safety Training Seminar. The two and one-half day continuous education training session will be held at the South Dakota School of Mines in Rapid City, S.D., September 4-6, 2013; presented by Robert A. McClure, Inc. (RAM, Inc.). The final day of the seminar will be capped by a special night blast at the Crazy Horse Memorial on September 6 for all attendees. An early course registration fee of $895/person is available thru July 31, 2013. Full registration fee is $950 beginning August 1, 2013 with a deadline date of August 15. Hotel: Adoba Eco Hotel Rapid City/Mt. Rushmore – special seminar rates available. 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A Terex dozer blade, attached to a Terex compact track loader, gives precision control and visibility for a wide range of earthmoving and site prep applications.

Terex Attachments Work With Compact Track Loaders Using compact track loaders with different attachments can revolutionize a small business, enabling it to bid on larger projects and to work in all weather and ground conditions. By carefully selecting the right attachments, customers can maximize their profits — the attachments pay for themselves. Because compact track loaders use the same attachments (buckets, dozer blades, mulchers, augers, trenchers, levelers, box rakes, snow blowers, backhoes, etc.) and perform in the same applications as skid steers (construction, landscaping, rental forestry and agricultural applications), the most distinct advantage of a compact track loader (CTL) is its maneuverability in adverse ground conditions. CTLs provide exceptional operation in muddy or snowy conditions where skid steers would not be able to work at all. Dozer blades are an excellent example of an attachment that normally isn’t used with skid steers due to their limited tractive effort, according to Terex. A compact track loader has an advantage over a skid steer for dozing especially on uneven terrain, slopes, and muddy or snowy

ground conditions, which can be very challenging and tough on skid steer loaders. CTLs are designed and built to handle these types of conditions. Most operators start out by hitting the high points in the first passes so that they have a more even surface to work on for completing the finish grade. A Terex dozer blade, attached to a Terex compact track loader, gives precision control and visibility for a wide range of earthmoving and site prep applications. The Terex loader’s traction, flotation and stability enables you to work in ground conditions that prevents other machines — even other compact track loaders — from working at all, according to the manufacturer. Two different models match the blade to the width of the machine. Hydraulic connections for power tilt and angle are via quick disconnect fittings to the machine’s low flow auxiliary hydraulics. Control of power tilt and angle are via switches integrated in the machine’s right-hand joystick. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Atlas Copco has Atlas Copco’s BC 3500 bucket crusher is added a line of bucket one of four new bucket crushers added crushers to its silent to Atlas Copco’s silent demolition demolition tool range of tool line. hydraulic attachments. Rig-mounted bucket crushers solve job site waste management issues by recycling asphalt, stone and concrete debris as well as mine, quarry and trench material. The recycled material may be reused on site or sold to third parties. The new line became available July 1. In addition to the environmental benefits of recycling, Atlas Copco BC-model hydraulic bucket crushers reduce the overall cost of a job by reducing the amount of equipment needed on site and saving on transportation and dump site expenses. They are designed for use at all our customers a lower total cost of ownerconstruction, demo or trenching work sites ship,” said Keith Becker, product development specialist of Atlas Copco hydraulic and are even effective in tight workspaces. The four new Atlas Copco bucket crush- attachments. “The total cost of ownership is ers were engineered with a wide aperture the sum of all costs generated by a piece of bucket and large capacity. The output size equipment throughout its lifetime, where the easily adjusts from 0.5 to 4.75 in. (1.3 to 12 upfront investment only represents a minor cm) or from 0.5 to 4 in. (1.3 to 10 cm) in portion of the total cost. Our approach the BC 1500. The bucket jaws, which assures our customers of a more profitable receive the most wear, can be inverted. The business over time.” The models range in weight from 3,307 to top and bottom jaws can be replaced or single jaws can be rotated by 180 degrees to 10,803 lbs. (1,500 to 4,900 kg) and may be provide for more even wear and longer used on carrier classes from 26,455 to service life. With just two grease points, 132,277 lbs. (12,000 to 60,000 kg). For more information, visit they require a relatively low level of maintenance; Atlas Copco specifies a 30-hour www.atlascopco.us. (This story also can be found on greasing interval. “Like all our hydraulic attachments, the Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at new bucket crushers are designed to deliver www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Orlando, FL Wed., August 14, 2013 For: Late Model Construction Rental Fleet Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Canton, OH Sat., August 17, 2013 For: Major Job Completion of Cranes, Forklifts, Skid Steers, Welders, Trucks & Trailers • Parkersburg, WV Thurs., August 22, 2013 For: Late Model John Deere & Cat Construction Equipment • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., August 23, 2013 For: Late Model Construction Equipment (mostly Cat), Asphalt & Vibratory Roller, Aerial Lifts • Atlantic City, NJ Sat., August 24, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers • Houston, TX Tues., August 27, 2013 For: Late Model Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Skid Steers, Cars • Barranquilla, Columbia Sat., August 31, 2013 For: Late Model Cat, John Deere, Komatsu Equipment • Long Island, NY Sat., September 7, 2013 For: Complete Liquidation of Local Rental Construction Company • Ashtabula, OH Thurs., September 12, 2013 For: Complete Liquidation of former Major Scrap Company • Cleveland, OH Fri., September 13, 2013 For: Complete Liquidation Construction Equipment

• Central Square (Syracuse), NY Sat., October 12, 2013 For: Complete Liquidation of Construction Equipment • Las Vegas, NV Sat., October 19, 2013 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment, Booms, Scissors, Telescopic & Warehouse Forklifts • Lima, Peru Sat., October 26, 2013 For: Late Model Earthmoving Construction Equipment, Support & Attachments. • Buffalo, NY Fri., November 1, 2013 For: Late Model Construction & Boring Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Canastota (Syracuse), NY Sat., November 2, 2013 For: Rental Returns of Late Model Construction Equipment • Delaware, NJ Sat., November 9, 2013 For: Very Large Contract Completion Auction

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Hillsville, VA August 14, 2013 • Orlando, FL August 15, 2013 • Las Vegas, NV August 16, 2013 • Sacramento, CA August 20, 2013 • Charleston, WV August 21, 2013 • Los Angeles, CA August 22, 2013 • Medford, OR August 23, 2013 • Houston, TX August 28-29, 2013

• Bangor, ME Sun., September 15, 2013 For: Light Construction & Support Equipment

• North East, MD August 29, 2013

• Reno, NV Thurs., September 19, 2013 For: Earthmoving, Asphalt & Paving Equipment, Trucks/Trailers

• Towanda, PA September 13, 2013

• Boston, MA Sat., September 21, 2013 For: Complete Liquidation, Construction Equipment, Truck Tractors & Trailers

• Nashville, TN September 24, 2013

• San Bernardino, CA Fri., September 27, 2013 For: Cat, Komatsu, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment • Portland, OR Fri., October 4, 2013 For: Late Model Construction Rental Fleet Equipment

• Columbus, OH September 12, 2013

• Atlanta, GA September 20, 2013

• Raleigh Durham, NC September 30, 2013

BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700 • San Bernardino, CA Sat., August 24, 2013 For: Heavy Equipment & Commercial Truck Auction

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CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432 • Albuquerque, NM Thurs., September 19, 2013 For: Unreserved Public Auction, Complete Dispersal A.S. Horner Inc

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DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com 601-656-9768 • Philadelphia, MS September 18-19, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Philadelphia, MS November 20-21, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • York, PA Wed., August 28, 2013 For: Late Model Fleet Trades • Eighty Four, PA Thurs., September 12, 2013 For: Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation Mingo Creek Construction • New Orleans, LA Sealed Bid – Deadline: Wed., September 18, 2013 For: Pedestal Mount Stevedoring Crane Barges

IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Friday, September 13, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Foley, MN Friday, December 6, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS www.murphyauction.com 800-426-3008 • Kapolei, HI Wed., August 14, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 • Pelzer, SC Wed., September 25, 2013 For: Public Fall Equipment & Truck Auction

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY

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DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277 • Pendleton, IN September 20, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Pendleton, IN December 13, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid!

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www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560 • Lumberton, NC Tues., August 20, 2013 For: Construction & Agricultural Equipment

ROY TIETSWORTH AUCTIONEERS www.tietsworth.com 585-243-1563

• Halifax, NC Sat., August 31, 2013 For: Construction & Agricultural Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

• Seneca Falls, NY Sat., September 21, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

MOTLEY’S AUCTION & REALTY GROUP

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• Windsor Locks, CT Sat., October 5, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

NORTH COUNTRY AUCTIONS

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PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • Bayonne, NJ Thurs., September 12, 2013 For: Equipment Liquidation

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 22, 2013 For: Oil & Gas

• North Franklin, CT September 27-28, 2013 For: Major Public Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., September 11, 2013 For: Lift & Access Auction

• Columbus, OH Thurs., Oct 10, 2013 For: Public Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., September 12, 2013 For: Crane Auction

• Carroll (Columbus Area), OH Thurs., Oct 17, 2013 For: Major Public Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY September 25 & 26, 2013 For: Quarry, Aggregate & Paving Auction

• Ponce, Puerto Rico Thurs., November 14, 2013 For: Major Job Completion Equipment

• Wilmington, DE Fri., August 23, 2013 For: Construction, Utility & Forestry Equipment

VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP www.vaughanauctiongroup.com 903-873-6777 • Wills Point, TX Thurs., August 22, 2013 For: Summer Contractor’s Public Auction

WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat., September 14, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Princeton, MN Sat., December 7, 2013 For: Construction Equipment


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New IronPlanet App Improves Equipment Inspection Reports IronPlanet improved its equipment inspection reports with the release of a new iPad app for its field inspectors. The app improves the quality of these reports by allowing inspectors to complete reports in the field using an iPad app that provides step-by-step instructions for gathering key data based on the type of equipment being inspected. “Since our online buyers don’t have physical contact with the equipment they’re bidding on, they rely on the data and images in our guaranteed inspection reports,” said Randy Berry, senior vice president of operations and services, IronPlanet. “Our IronClad Assurance guarantees the accuracy of these reports, and we want buyers to have access to the most detailed reports possible. This app improves the quality of our inspection reports while also reducing complexity for our field workers.” IronPlanet’s app offers numerous benefits, including: • Better data through standardization: The app enhances the integrity of the information in the inspection reports through a standardized process. Field workers choose from 120 different checklists based on the type of equipment being inspected. The app then walks the inspector through each step and requests pictures to supplement ratings and text. The app provides an alert if an inspector has missed any necessary information, which eliminates incomplete reports and the need for return trips. • Improved service: The app improves service and creates a faster sales cycle because inspection data and images are being reported together electronically. Since additional data entry is not required, items and their inspection reports can be listed for IronPlanet buyers more quickly. • Better media for IronPlanet’s marketplace: Since buyers rely on photos when bidding on equipment, it’s important for images to be high quality. The app allows inspectors to take better quality pictures using the iPad camera. The checklists ensure inspectors have images of every aspect of the equipment. Recently, IronPlanet’s app was featured at a series of technology seminars organized by Apple Canada in Montreal, Toronto and Calgary. The seminars highlighted the importance of mobile strategy and showcased exemplary business apps. For more information, visit www.ironplanet.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Saturday, September 21: BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS: Complete Liquidation, Construction Equipment, Attachments, Pickups & Service Trucks, Truck Tractors & Trailers. 14. Friday, September 27: SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA: Cat, Komatsu, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment: (6) Cat 836S Trash Compactors, (2) Cat 826C, Cat D9N, (2) Cat D9Rs, Cat D9L. 15. Friday, October 4: PORTLAND, OREGON: Late Model Construction Rental Fleet Equipment, Forklifts, Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers. 16. Saturday, October 12: CENTRAL SQUARE (SYRACUSE AREA), NEW YORK: Complete Liquidation of Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers and Extra Large Amount of Support Attachments, plus 4 Parcels of Real Estate. 17. Saturday, October 19: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment, Booms, Scissors, Telescopic & Warehouse Forklifts, Air Compressors, Welders, Light Plants. Plus all types of Support & Attachments. 18. Saturday, October 26: LIMA, PERU: Late Model Earthmoving Construction Equipment, Support & Attachments. 19. Friday, November 1: BUFFALO, NEW YORK: Late Model Cat, Komatsu, John Deere Construction Equipment. Large Quantity of Support Equipment & Attachments. 20. Saturday, November 2: (SYRACUSE) CANASTOTA, NEW YORK: Rental Returns of Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks, Trailers, Support Equipment. 21. Saturday, November 9: DELAWARE, NEW JERSEY: Very Large Contract Completion Auction. 75+ Late Model Truck Tractors (The Best & Cleanest!) Quantity of Late Model Walking Floor Dump-StepDeck & Hi-Flat Trailers. Large Quantity of Parts, Support Equipment, Quality - Quality QUALITY!! 22. DTBA: ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Rental Fleet Construction. Support Equipment, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers. 23. DTBA: RACINE, WISCONSIN: Construction Rentals, Attachments, Support, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Pickups, All Types of Trailers. 24. DTBA: SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA: One Owner Job Completion of Late Model Construction Equipment, Support, Trucks & Trailers.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! ALEX LYON & SON IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE ITS FIRST EVER CONSTRUCTION AUCTION IN PERU! We are honored to be the FIRST AMERICAN AUCTION COMPANY to have an auction in Peru. It will consist of late model earthmoving equipment, support & attachments. SEE US SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 IN LIMA!

www.lyonauction.com


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Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Announces Volvo Guarantees Quarter Results, Increases Dividend Fuel Efficiency for Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated announced net earnings and adjusted net earnings for the quarter ended June 30, 2013, of $30.0 million, or $0.28 per diluted share, compared to net earnings of $31.3 million, or $0.29 per diluted share, representing a 4 percent decrease in net earnings, and adjusted net earnings of $32.5 million, or $0.30 per diluted share, for the same period in 2012, representing a 7 percent decrease in adjusted net earnings. The company’s auction revenues for the second quarter of 2013 grew 1 percent to $128.3 million compared to $127.2 million for the same period in 2012. For the six months ended June 30, 2013, net earnings and adjusted net earnings were $44.1 million, or $0.41 per diluted share. This compares to net earnings of $49.3 million, or $0.46 per diluted share, and adjusted net earnings of $50.5 million, or $0.47 per diluted share, for the six months ended June 30, 2012, representing an 11 percent decrease in adjusted net earnings. The company’s auction revenues during the first six months of 2013 grew 1 percent to $230.4 million compared to $228.5 million for the same period in 2012. During the second quarter of 2013, the company conducted 72 unreserved industrial auctions in 14 countries throughout North America, Central America, Europe, the Middle East and Australia. Commenting on the performance of the company, Peter Blake, CEO of Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers said: “While we were pleased with our strong revenue rate performance in the quarter, our gross auction proceeds are down year over year as our business continues to contend with a reduced supply of used equipment within the three to five year age bracket — a traditionally strong segment of our auction business. We expect this supply shortage will dissipate in the future as larger inventories of newer machinery become available for resale. Although this macro challenge has created headwinds for our business, we are focusing on what we can control and executing strategies to drive our growth. “Our continued recruitment of new territory managers has significantly expanded the size of our sales force, and we expect the productivity of our new TMs will improve as they gain experience, build customer relationships and benefit from targeted training. In addition, our disciplined approach to purchase and guaranteed consignment contracts, our ‘at risk’ business, continued to bring positive results, leading to another near-record auction revenue rate for the second quarter. We are not pleased with the company’s lack of gross auction proceeds growth and the resulting performance through the first half of the year and have taken steps to better align our costs with our current revenue levels. These steps included reorganizing some administration departments and our teams associated with capital infrastructure and also rationalizing some operational procedures. We continue to make progress in growing our sales force and delivering solid results from our ‘at risk’ business, and we believe the full impact of those strategies will be demonstrated in our future performance.” Quarterly Dividend The company also announced a 6 percent increase in its quarterly cash dividend. The quarterly cash dividend increases to $0.1300 per common share payable on Sept. 13, 2013, to shareholders of record on Aug. 23, 2013.

Gross Auction Proceeds and Auction Revenues Gross auction proceeds were $1.1 billion during the second quarter of 2013, a 10 percent decrease compared to the same period in 2012. This decline is primarily attributable to the increased average age of items sold at auctions, largely as a result of the OEM production decrease during the recent recession which has reduced the supply of lesser aged equipment. In addition, the lower productivity of territory managers due to the lower average tenure of the territory manager group should improve as they gain further experience and training. EquipmentOne and other online marketplaces contributed gross auction proceeds of $26.8 million in the second quarter of 2013 compared to $16.9 million in the same period of 2012. Gross auction proceeds is a non-GAAP financial measure. For the six months ended June 30, 2013, gross auction proceeds was $1.9 billion which is 7 percent lower than in the first half of 2012. EquipmentOne and other online marketplaces contributed gross auction proceeds of $45.5 million in the six months ended June 30, 2013, compared to $16.9 million in the same period of 2012. The company’s auction revenue rate (“ARR”, or auction revenues as a percentage of gross auction proceeds) during the second quarter of 2013 was 11.96 percent, significantly higher than the 10.65 percent ARR achieved in the same period in 2012. The company’s ARR was 12.01 percent during the six months ended June 30, 2013, compared to 11.10 percent in the same period in 2012. The higher ARR combined with lower GAP, resulted in nearly generally flat overall revenue growth over 2012. These increases in the ARR are consistent with the company’s strategic focus on managing the performance of “at risk” business. The company’s “at risk” business, which is comprised of guarantee and purchase contracts, represented 24 percent of gross auction proceeds in the first half of 2013 as compared to 33 percent in the same period of 2012.

Some Iron Models

Upcoming Auctions There are currently 76 unreserved auctions on the 2013 Ritchie Bros. auction calendar at rbauction.com, including auctions in North America, Central America, Europe and Australia.

Volvo Construction Equipment North America is backing its dedication to fuel efficiency with a fuel efficiency guarantee program, available with purchase of applicable articulated haulers, wheel loaders and excavators through Dec. 31, 2013. Fuel costs continue to be one of the most significant operating expenses owners face today. Volvo Construction Equipment continues to maximize operator fuel savings with advancements in product development and technology and is reinforcing this dedication with an expansion of its fuel efficiency guarantee program. The program — which was initially implemented in 2010, offering a fuel efficiency guarantee on Volvo wheel loaders — has expanded to include articulated haulers and excavators. Models covered in the fuel efficiency guarantee program include: excavators — EC220D, EC250D, EC300D, EC340D, EC380D, EC480D and EC700C, wheel loaders — L150F, L180F, L220F, L350F, L150G, L180G, L220G, L250G and L350F articulated haulers — A25E, A30E, A35E, A40E, A25F, A30F, A35F, A40F, A35F FS and A40F FS Qualifying fuel efficiency guarantee machine models are provided a free, three-year, Volvo CareTrack advanced subscription, valued at $7,000. CareTrack — the Volvo telematics system — provides owners with pertinent machine information to help them reduce fuel costs, optimize performance and maximize uptime, including real-time machine operating data and fuel reports, utilization reports, warning notifications via phone or computer and machine diagnostic history. Service reminders and history as well as parts alerts also are provided for operator ease of use and extended machine lifetime. Using GPRS (mobile network) or satellite technology, data is available for users securely and instantaneously online. At the time a qualifying model is purchased, fuel efficiency data will be measured using the Volvo CareTrack system. Based on fuel consumption reports, Volvo Construction Equipment will evaluate the fuel efficiency and share the difference in fuel cost with the equipment owner if the machine does not meet model-rated fuel efficiency levels. If reports show a machine is underperforming in field use, Volvo and its dealer network will provide assistance to review specific end-user applications/operations. For maximized performance and efficiency, Volvo recommends operators enroll in a customer support agreement through their local dealer. Volvo customer support agreements are designed to help operators achieve maximum cost control and minimum downtime, allowing owners to tailor Volvo machine maintenance to the specific needs of their operation at a fixed cost. Customers who enroll in a customer service agreement will receive double the fuel cost reimbursement under the fuel efficiency guarantee program. Customers who enroll in a blue, silver or gold level customer support agreement will receive an additional two-year subscription in CareTrack for a total of five years’ free service. This program is solely a guarantee of remedy and shall not constitute a warranty. Guarantee is non-transferable and available in the United States and Canada only. Some restrictions apply. For more information, visit www.volvoce.com.

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

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

Online Bidding Statistics Ritchie Bros. sold more than $720 million of equipment, trucks and other assets to online buyers during the first half of 2013, representing 38 percent of GAP. Internet bidders continued to comprise over 50 percent of the total bidder registrations at Ritchie Bros. industrial auctions in the second quarter of 2013. Web Site Statistics The Ritchie Bros. Web site (rbauction.com), which is a gateway to its online bidding system and showcases upcoming auctions and equipment to be sold, attracted approximately 3.5 million unique visitors in the first half of 2013, a 35 percent increase compared to the same period in 2012.


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RENTAL FLEET EQUIPMENT VERY SPECIAL AUCTION Late Model John Deere & Cat Construction Equipment. (Many 2010-2012 Units!)

AUCTION

PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA NOTE: Having completed several major jobs in the area, equipment used on those jobs will be sold at auction.This group of equipment is second to none! EARLY HILITES: 26 CRAWLER TRACTORS: (4) 2012 JD 850KWT/ winches (as low as 125hrs.), JD 650G, 2006 JD 550JLGP,2008 Cat D6TWX, 2011 Cat D6TLGP (6 way blade), 2010 Cat D6TLGP (ripper), 2009 Cat D6TLGP (cab), 2008 Cat D6TXL (winch), 2008 Cat D6NXL, Cat D6MXL, Cat D6M (winch), 2011 Cat D6KXL, (2) 2009 Cat D6KLGP, 2009-2008 Cat D5KXL, 2008 Cat D5KLGP, 2007-2006 Cat D5GLGP, (2) 2010 Cat D3KLGP, Case 850K (ripper), Case 850H (winch), 2005 Komatsu D61EX, 16 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2004 Cat 330CLC, 2012-2011-(2) 2010-2008 Cat 320DL, Cat 320BL, 2007 Cat 315CL, 2008 Cat 312DL, 2007 Cat 312CL, Cat 312BL, 2007 Cat 308CCR, New Kobelco Sk210LC-9, 2008 JD 75C, Daewoo DH320LC, 2007 Daewoo 175LCV, 3 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) 2007 Cat 725, Cat D300D, LONG REACH EXCAVATOR: 2009 Cat 324DLR, MOTOR GRADERS: Dresser A560E, 7 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: New 2013 Komatsu WA500, 2008 Cat 950H, 2009 Cat 938H HL, 2008 Cat 924H, 2011 Cat 906, 2011 JD 544K, Daewoo Mega200-III, 6 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2003 Cat 430D (4x4), (4) 2011 Cat 420E (4x4), 2004 Cat 420D (4x4), 4 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2012 Case SV212, 2008 Cat CP56, 2005 Cat CS563E, 2005 Hamm 3307, 2 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2006 Bobcat T190, 2007 Bobcat T140, 7 SKID STEERS: 2012 Cat 246C, 2011 Cat 236B3, (3) 2005 Bobcat S300, 2005 JD 320, JD 317, 6 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2010 Cat TH1255, 2010 Cat TL1055, 2003 IR VR1056, 2003 IR VR843, JLG G12-55A, 2006 Skytrak 8042 (4x4), SCREENING PLANT: Powersecreen, HYDROSEEDER: 2007 Sterling 9511 (t/a), 3 AIR COMPRESSORS: IR 185WJD, 2007 Atlas Copco XAS375, 2006 Sullair 185 DPQ, 2 WELDERS: (2) 2007 Multiquip DL400ES, 10 LIGHT PLANTS: 2012 Magnum MLT3060, (3) 2012 Doosan LSC, 2012 Doosan 60HZ-T, (5) 2011 Terex RL4, 2 WATER TRUCKS: 2007 Mack (t/a), 2002 Sterling (s/a), SWEEPERS: 2005 Broce RC350, 12 DUMP TRUCKS: (3) 2009 Mack GU713 (t/a), (3) 2007 Mack CL733 (quad.), 2006-2005 Mack CV713 (tri.), 2008 Peterbilt 367 (tri.), 2004 Sterling Acterra (tri.), (2) 2000 IH 9200 (tri.), 5 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2013-2012 Mack CXU613 (t/a) , 2008 Peterbilt 388 (tri.) , 2005 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 2005 Kenworth W900 (tri.), EXPLOSIVE MIXING TRUCK: 1988 Mack RD690S (tri.), 6 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2007 GMC C5500, 2001 GMC C7500 (s/a), 1996 GMC Topkick (s/a), 2004 Ford F750, 2004 Ford F650, 2000 Ford F550, FUEL/LUBE TRUCKS: 1979 Mack DM6855 (s/a), 2 PICKUPS: 1966 Chevy C-10, 2006 Chevy C2500, 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) 2013Witzco RG50 50 ton (tri.), 2010 Fontaine Magnitude 55L 55 ton (tri.), TAGALONG TRAILER: 1980 Goff (tri.), ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Smooth, Snow & Mulch Buckets, 66in.- 78in. Buckets, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, New Versatech Brush Grapples, New Stump Buckets, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Mustang LF82 Plate Compactor, (4) Ryobi Power Painters, (2) Unused 12 ton Log Splitters, Unused Gentec PC80 Plate Compactors, Unused Gentec PC60 Plate Compactors, (2) Unused Gentec 3in. Water Pumps, (4) New Mustang LF88 Plate Compactors, New Mustang ML80S Rammers, New Mustang M30 Core Drill, New Mustang MP3 3in. Water Pump, (3) New Mustang MP4800 2in. Submersible Pumps, (3) New Mustang CV3500 Concrete Vibrators, (12) New 3pc. 14in. Diamond Blades, (6) New 6 packs of 14in. Abrasive Blades, (6) New 4 packs of 10,000lb. Ratchet Cargo Straps, New 5 Ton Digital 4ft. x 4ft. Platform Scales, New Huskie 11218 SDS Hammer Drills, (4) New 1in. Drive Air Impact Wrenches, (4) New 1/2in. Drive Air Spray Gun Kits, (6) New 2in. x 50ft. Discharge Water Hoses, (4) New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, Makita Sanders – SawsHammer Drills- Angle Grinders, Extension Cords, Bottle Jacks, Battery Chargers, Winches. Address: Emerson Commons Blvd (behind Burger King) Parkersburg, WV 26104. DIRECTIONS: I77 exit 179 go west on Hwy 68 ¼ mile, turn left into Emerson Commons (behind Burger King). SALE SITE PHONE: (262) 903-6269 WV LIC.# 2061 Jack Lyon

THURS., AUGUST 22 @ 9:30 AM

LIKE NEW LOW HOUR COMPACT RENTAL FLEET EQUIPMENT TRUCK & TRAILER AUCHertz Equipment Rental United Rental

AUCTION

ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY (ATLANTIC CITY RACE TRACK) NOTE: Selling Will Be Very Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerials, Support, Trucks & Trailers To Be Found Anywhere From Several National Rental Fleets. HILITES: 30 SKID STEERS: (3) 2012 Cat 272C, (2) 2012 Cat 252B3, (2) 2011 Cat 426C, (12) Demo JCB 260, 2011-2008 NH C185, 2008 NH C175, 2012 Bobcat S750, (5) 2005 Bobcat S300, 2011 JD 326D, Case 85XT, 3 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (2) 2010 Cat 289C, 2007 Bobcat T300G, 19 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2011 Cat 328DLCR, Cat 312, 2004 Cat 304CR, 2010 Komatsu PC308-3, 2011 Komatsu PC128US-2EC, 2005 JCB 407ZX, (3) 2005 JCB JS220LC, 2005 JCB JS130, 2008- 2007-(2) 2006 Gehl 753Z, Gehl 753Z, Kobelco SK027, (2) 2006 NH E35, Kubota KX91-3, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR: Gradall XL4100, MOTOR GRADER: Dresser A560E-O, 10 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2006 JCB 456ZX, 2004 JCB 436HT, 2003 JCB 436ZX, JCB 436B, 2005-2004 JCB 426HT, (2) 2004 JCB 426ZX, JCB 426ZX, 2005 JCB 407ZX, Cat 950G, 2 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2010 Cat D3KXL, 2006 NH D95XLT, 12 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (2) 2005 Cat 446D, Cat 430D (4x4), 2011 Cat 420E (4x4),Demo JCB 3CX15 (4x4), 2011 JCB Midi CX-4 (4x4), 2007 JCB Mini CX (4x4), (2) JCB 214-3CX (4x4), 2005 JCB 212S (4x4), JD 710G, 2008 Volvo BL70, PAVERS: Blaw Knox PF172, ASPHALT ROLLERS: Hamm DV6-22, 3 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2006 Skytrak 6036, Gradall G9-43A, Gradall G6-42A, 2 FORKLIFTS: 2007 Cat P5000, Cat GC25K, 2 BOOM LIFTS: JLG 600S (4X4), 2012 JLG E300AJP, 13 SCISSOR LIFTS: 2012-(6) 2005 JLG 2630ES, 2008 JLG 20MVL, (2) 2005 JLG 1930ES, 2005 Genie GS2032, 2007 Genie GS1930, 2012 Skyjack 3219, 2 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2006 Sullair 375DPQ, IR P185WJD, 3 GENERATORS: Multiquip DCA70SSIU2, 30kw Military, 15kw Military, 4 WELDERS: (2) 2007 Miller BB500, 2007 Lincoln Vantage 500, Lincoln 225G7, 2 LIGHT PLANTS: (2) 2005 Allmand NL Pro, PUMPS: 2005 Pioneer PP63C17 6in., 3 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2010 Bobcat CT230 (4x4), 2011 Bobcat CT225B (4x4), 2011 Bobcat CT122 (4x4), HORIZONTAL GRINDERS: Norkot 9100, WOOD CHIPPERS: Vermeer BC1000XL 12 in., TRENCHER: Vermeer 1230, HYDROSEEDERS: 1983 IH/ Truck w/ Seeder, LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT: Toro Sand Pro 14, BOOM TRUCK: 2007 Sterling/ Elliot (26 ton), 8 DUMP TRUCKS: 2006 Mack CV713 Granite (tri.), 2005 MackCV713 (tri.), 2001 Ford F650 (s/a), (2) 2005 Ford F450, 1998 Ford, 2001 Sterling LT9000 (tri.), 1995 Peterbilt 378 (tri.), 3 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2013-2012-2009 Mack CXU613 (t/a), SERVICE TRUCK: 2004 Ford F650 (s/a), 6 PICKUP TRUCKS: 2008-2005 Ford F350, 2005-2001 Ford F250, 2001 Ford F150, 2003 Chevy 1500LT, COLLECTIBLE AUTOMOBILE: 1999 Ford Mustang Saleen, *** PICKUPS/ AUTOMOBILES/ SUVS/ VANS: (NOTE: A FEW OF THE FOLLOWING WERE AFFECTED BY HURRICANE SANDY, more will be added): New 2013 GMC Sierra (4x4), New 2013 GMC Silverado (4x4), New 2013 Chevy Z71 Silverado (4x4), 2003 Chevy LD1500, 2001 Ford F250, 2001 Ford F150, New 2013 2013 BMW 328I, New 2013 Buick Lacrosse, 2011 Chevy Express, 3 SUVS: New 2013 GMC Tahoe, New 2013 GMC Terrain, BMW X535I, New 2013 GMC Stand Up Cut Away Van, 2 ATTENTUATOR TRUCKS:2004 GMC C6500 (s/a), 2000 Int’l. 4300 (s/a), ATTENUATOR BODY: 2007 Attenuator Body, 2 DETACHABLER GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (2) New 2013 Witzco 50T (tri.), TAGALONG TRAILER: 1983 Eager Beaver 20 ton (t/a), ASPHALT TANKER TRAILER: 1991 Fruehauf (t/a), 4 UTILITY TRAILERS: (3) 3 ton Military, 1983 Homemade 8ft., ATTACHMENTS: New TRX HB1000 Backhoe/ Excavator Hammer, New Cat 48in. Digging Bucket for Excavators, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: 2008 Multiquip GA36H 3600 watt Generator, IR Impact Wrench, , Unused Gentec PC80 Plate Compactors, Unused Gentec PC60 Plate Compactors, (2) Unused Gentec 3in. Water Pumps, (4) New Mustang LF88 Plate Compactors, New Mustang ML80S Rammers, New Mustang M30 Core Drill, New Mustang MP3 3in. Water Pump, (3) New Mustang MP4800 2in. Submersible Pumps, (3) New Mustang CV3500 Concrete Vibrators, (12) New 3pc. 14in. Diamond Blades, (6) New 6 packs of 14in. Abrasive Blades, (6) New 4 packs of 10,000lb. Ratchet Cargo Straps, New 5 Ton Digital 4ft. x 4ft. Platform Scales, New Huskie 11218 SDS Hammer Drills, (4) New 1in. Drive Air Impact Wrenches, (4) New 1/2in. Drive Air Spray Gun Kits, (6) New 2in. x 50ft. Discharge Water Hoses, (4) New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches.

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

SAT., AUGUST 24 @ 9:30 AM

ALEX

LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

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


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Absolute Auction

Late Model Fleet Trades Wed., Aug. 28, 2013 11:00 AM EDT York, PA Sleeper Trucks:

(30) `09 KENWORTH T660 T/A Conventional, Cat C13 Acert diesel engines @ 470HP and Fuller

FRO16210C-10 spd transmissions, 38,000# rears, 12,000# front axle, 50,000# GVWR, 72” Aerocab sleeper, 232” wheelbase, 3.55 gear ratio, alum Budd wheels, 3-position engine brake, air ride suspension w/dump valve, dual 150 gal alum fuel tanks, air ride cab, power package, integrated GPS, differential lock, cruise control, heated power mirrors, AM/FM/CD, air slide 5th wheel. In good condition with good tires • (15) `07 KENWORTH T600 T/A Conventional, Cat C13 Acert diesel engines @ 430HP and Fuller FRO16210C-10 spd transmissions, 36,000# rears, 12,000# front axle, 48,000# GVWR, walk-in sleeper, 212” wheelbase, 3.55 gear ratio, alum Budd wheels, 3-position engine brake, air ride suspension w/dump valve, dual 90 gallon alum fuel tanks, power package, differential lock, cruise control, AM/FM/Tape, air slide 5th wheel. In good condition with good tires.

Day Cabs: ’07 VOLVO T/A, Volvo 395HP dsl and Eaton Fuller 10 spd trans, 38,000# rears, 12,000# front axle, 158” wheelbase, engine brake, air slide 5th wheel, air ride suspension w/dump valve, differential lock, heated and power mirrors. In very good condition with good tires • (4) `04 KENWORTH T600 T/A Conventional, Cat C15 Acert diesel engines @ 525HP and Fuller FRO17210C-10 spd transmissions, 38,000# rears, 12,000# front axle, 50,000# GVWR, 191” wheelbase, 03.70 gear ratio, alum Budd wheels, 3-position engine brake, air ride suspension w/dump valve, dual 90 gallon alum fuel tanks, differential lock, cruise control, AM/FM/CD, wind faring. In good condition with good tires • `00 KENWORTH T600 T/A Conventional, Detroit Series 60-12.71 @ 430HP-500HP, Fuller FRO16210C-10 spd trans, 36,000# rears, 12,000# front axle, 48,000# GVWR, 191” wheelbase, 43.7 gear ratio, alum Budd Wheels, 3-position engine brake, air ride suspension w/dump valve, differential lock, cruise control, AM/FM/Tape, wind faring, and 285/75R24.5 tires. In good condition with good tires.

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

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

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

MassDOT Announces Complete Callahan Tunnel Rehabilitation The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) announced plans to perform a complete rehabilitation of the Callahan Tunnel, which carries traffic from Boston’s North End to Logan International Airport and Route 1A in East Boston. The project will require a complete closure of the tunnel for approximately three months beginning in January 2014. The $34.9 million project includes rehabilitation of the 52-year old tunnel’s deck, curb line, gutters and replacement of the tunnel’s wall panels. The original deteriorated wall panels were removed in December 2012 as a safety measure due to significant corrosion to the panel wall anchor system. “The Callahan has served motorists well since the day it opened in 1961 and was paired with the Sumner tunnel,” said MassDOT Highway Administrator Frank DePaola. “However, every aspect of the tunnel is in fair to poor condition, and the time has come to put the Callahan in shape to last another 50 years.” The proposed work schedule includes a full tunnel closure with detours in place and posted for approximately three months beginning in January 2014, followed by an additional four to five months of work requiring overnight closures between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. The complete closure of the tunnel in the early months of 2014 will reduce the overall duration of the project, provide enhanced

public safety by minimizing changes to traffic flow, and better coordinate with other local projects including Tobin Bridge work, which is scheduled to end for 2013 in November and resume in spring 2014. Six-Month Look Back at the Callahan Tunnel • December 21, 2012 — A single wall panel comes down during evening rush hour — no injuries to motorists, no damage to vehicles, no structural concerns. Three additional panels are removed as a precaution that evening. • Sunday, December 23, 2012 — MassDOT conducts an overnight pull-test of all 2800 panels inside the Callahan Tunnel, removing approximately 120 panels due to either advanced corrosion or as a precaution. • January 2013 — Plans were made and carried out in the month of January to remove all the panels from the Callahan resulting in dim conditions but no structural issues. This plan was carried out to assure safety and reduce the man hours that would be required to perform regular pull-tests inside the Callahan. The public is informed that plans for a new Callahan wall panel system would be included in the rehabilitation of the tunnel beginning in January 2014. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

House Rules Committee Blocks Newtown School Amendment HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty said she’s disappointed the House Rules Committee blocked her amendment that would make construction of a new Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown eligible for federal funds. The Democrat said in a statement that she’s “going to keep fighting to try and bring relief to Newtown and every community that has experienced unimaginable tragedy” and allow them to apply for federal funds to help cover construction costs. Esty had asked the committee to allow

an up or down vote on her amendment to the Student Success Act. However, the request was denied. The amendment was co-sponsored by Connecticut’s four other U.S. representatives. The 5th District congresswoman also has proposed federal incentives for defense contractors that make donations to help build a new Sandy Hook. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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BUSINESS IS SOLD

COMPLETE LIQUIDATION

CONSTRUCTION RENTAL COMPANY

FORMER MAJOR SCRAP COMPANY

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, AIR COMPRESSORS, LIGHT PLANTS, SKID STEERS, LARGE QUANTITY OF SUPPORT

APPROXIMATELY 100 ROLLOFF & LUGER CONTAINER, ROLLOFF TRUCKS, LUGER TRUCK, SKID STEERS, FORKLIFTS, BALER, SCALE SYSTEMS AND VERY LARGE AMOUNT OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

Worth Supply

AUCTION

LONG ISLAND,

(HAUPPAUGE) NEW YORK NOTE: Worth Supply, has sold their business and assets to new owners. The new owners will sell construction equipment and all support equipment that is not needed at this time.

HILITES: 2 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 312B, 2003 NH E25, Bobcat 331, CRAWLER TRACTOR: Cat D3G, 6 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Cat 450E (4x4), Cat 420D (4x4), JD 710D (4x4), JD 310G (4x4), Ford 555C, MINI BACKHOE: Allmand TLB425, RUBBER TIRED LOADER: JD 344E, 2 ASPHALT ROLLERS: IR DA30, IR Walk-Behind, 8 SKID STEERS: (2) Bobcat S300, NH LS170, (2) NH LS160, (2) NH LS140, Cat 216, BOOM LIFTS: Stratolift SB30R, 6 SCISSOR LIFTS: Skyjack 4632, Genie GS1930, MEC 25ft., MEC 20ft., (2) Stratolift (20ft.), FORKLIFT: TCM, 15 AIR COMPRESSORS: (2) IR 825CFM, (2) IR 750CFM, IR 600CFM, (4) IR 375CFM, 2007-2006 IR 185CFM, (4) IR 185CFM, 7 GENERATORS: Coleman 190kw, Coleman CJ6T10550 105kw, Coleman 55kw, Multiquip 180kw, Multiquip 70kw, IR 70kw, IR EX50kw, 4 WELDERS: 2008 400amp, (3) Multiquip TLW300SS, 18 LIGHT PLANTS: (2) 2007- (2)2004 Allmand NL6, 2005-(8) 2003 IR Lightsource, (2) IR Lightsource, (3) Wanco, 4 MESSAGE BOARDS: (2) Sunray, (2) Addco, 3 ARROW BOARDS: (2) National, Wanco, 2 TRENCHERS: (2) Vermeer V1850, BORING MACHINE: Vermeer 3344 Horizontal, WOOD CHIPPERS: 2003 Vermeer BC1400, CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: Amida PB14W Concrete Buggy, Miller MB11 Concrete Buggy, ASPHALT TRAILER: Etnyre 6,000lb., 2 ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 20042001 Isuzu FTR (s/a), TRUCK TRACTORS: 2006-2004 Peterbilt 379, SERVICE TRUCK: 1994 Isuzu NPR (s/a), PICKUP: Chevy, SUV: Jeep Laredo, SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: Bobcat Breaker, Bobcat Sweeper, Grapple Bucket, Forks, Smooth Bucket, TAGALONGS: (2) 9 ton, (2) 3 tons, LARGE QUANTITY OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Shark & MTM Pressure Washers, (3) Diamond Concrete Saws, Stone -Mikasa & MBW Jumping Jacks, Target Saws, (8) Edco Grinders, Amida Concrete Buggies, Ground Hog 1 man Augers, IR & Tamco Rock Drills, Tamco Air Hammer, 1/2in. Magnetic Drill, Tsurumi 3in. & 6in. Pumps, Wacker Reversible Plate Compactors, (4) Hitachi Rotary Hammers, Hitachi Demo Hammers, Husqvarna 10in. Tile Saw, PLUS MUCH, MUCH MORE TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.

Ashtabula Metal & Iron

AUCTION

ASHTABULA, OHIO

NOTE: Selling in this sale will be the former assets of Ashtabula Metal & Iron.

EARLY HILITES: RECYCLING EQUIPMENT:

Address: 18 Central Ave., Hauppauge, NY 11788.

2006 Colmar SB6200-800 Metal Shear & Baler, Piranha Shear, Striptic Shear, 2001 Hammer Mill w/ 100ft. Belt Feeder-Shaker Tables-Radial Stacker, Horizontal Baler, Small Capacity of Balers, Can Pak CD500 Aluminum Can Compactor, 12ft. x 3ft. Shaker Table, Powerpac Conveyor, Wire Stripper, ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: P&H R150, 4 SKID STEERS: Cat 226B, Case 1845C, NH LS180, NH LS170, 6 FORKLIFTS: Cat DP80, Cat 50, Hyster 60, Yale GLC5050TF, Yale GLC5050T, Yale 5,000lb., WELDERS: Miller Big 40, SCREENING PLANT: Thomas TS400, 4 MAGNETS: 72in. Copper, 60in.-48in. Ohio, 38in. Copper, 3 SCALES: 10ft. x 80ft. 100K Truck Scale, 8ft. x 6ft. 10,000lb. Platform Scale, 4ft. x 4ft. 5,000lb. Platform Scale, ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 1992 Int’l. 4600 (s/a), ROLLOFF TRUCKS: 1994 Kenworth (tri.), DUMP TRUCK: 1986 Ford 9000 (s/a), 2 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2001 Sterling (t/a), 1984 Mack R686ST (t/a), STAKE TRUCK: 2002 Ford F350, LUGGER TRUCK: 2001 Mack DM690S (tri.), 2 CONTAINERS: (2) 40ft., 90 ROLLOFF CONTAINERS: (4) 80yd., (11) 60yd., (22) 40 yd., (11) 30yd., (19) 25 yd., (20) 20yd., (3) 10yd., 22 LUGGER CONTAINERS: (3) 18yd. (6) 15yd., (8)12yd, (3) 10yd., (2) 8yd., 2 FLATBED TRAILERS: Fontaine 48ft. (t/a), Hawks 48ft. (t/a), DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILER: 1996 Interstate 60 ton (tri.), 3 DUMP TRAILERS: 2004 Ace 34ft. (t/a), Cobra 34ft. (ta), 1992 Ravens 32ft. (t/a), 3 VAN TRAILERS: 1996 Strick 53ft. (t/a), 1996 Pines 53ft. (t/a), Great Dane 53ft. (t/a), NEW & USED TIRES: (15) Unused Recaps, STEEL SHEARS: LaBounty Linkage Shear, ATTACHMENTS: Grapples: 2006 Labounty 3 over 2 Grapple, 4 Tine Peel Scrap Grapple, Skid Steers: Bradco 9HD Backhoe, 4-in-1 Bucket, Custom N=Built Plow Frame, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (19) 3yd.-1/2yd. Steel Dump Hoppers, Forklift Ramp, Very Large Quantity of Shop Equipment, Quantity of Chains, Binders, Trailer Tarp Bows.

DIRECTIONS: For convenience, the auction will take place at Peterbilt of Long Island. Follow Long Island Expressway Rt. 495 to exit 56 (County Rt. 111).) Right turn at light to 18 Central Ave.

OHIO LICENSE #: 63199360809, OHIO AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 62199360989

SATURDAY, SEPT. 7 @ 9:30 AM

THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 @ 9:30 AM

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UPCOMING AUCTIONS

ABSOLUTE AUCTION Complete Liquidation

EQUIPMENT LIQUIDATION AUCTION for CIRCO CONTRACTING (Downsizing Operations & Closing Abatement Division) & TILCON NY (Surplus Equipment) & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

Mingo Creek Construction Thurs., Sept. 12, 2013 - 9:00AM Eighty Four, PA

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 9:30 AM 211 WEST 5th STREET, BAYONNE, NJ 07002 INVENTORY OF CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING, ABATEMENT & REMEDIATION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, SNOW PLOWS, SANDERS & MORE!

NEW DATES! 2 DAYS – 1000’S OF LOTS - 2 DAYS MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS 275 ROUTE 32, NORTH FRANKLIN, CT 06254 DAY 1 • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 8:30 AM CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING & PAVING EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS

Hydraulic Excavators: `04 KOMATSU PC160LC-7, s/n 10166 • `03 KOMATSU PC160, s/n 10061 • `00 BOBCAT 341 Mini, s/n 230611248

Hydraulic Truck Crane, Rough Terrain and Carry Deck Cranes: LINKBELT HTC50, 50 Ton, s/n 36H015443B, 35’-90’ 3-section hydraulic boom, 28’ swing away jib • GROVE RT518, 18 Ton Rough Terrain, s/n 44458 • GROVE 24, 6 Ton Carry Deck Crane, s/n 46110

Crawler Tractor and Rubber Tired Loader: `99 KOMATSU D38E-1, s/n 4740003P086019 • `87 KOMATSU WA120-1, s/n 10007 • JRB 48” Fork Attachment (Fits Komatsu WA120-1)

Bridge Inspection Platform and Overhang Stripping Buggy: `97 HYDRA PLATFORM HP30, s/n 1H9US2638VS196069 • RE CAMPBELL Overhang Stripping Buggy

Vibratory Compactor and Skid Steer Loader: `01 IR SD40D, s/n 168574 • `05 BOBCAT S150, s/n 526916935

PLUS! Dump and Utility Trucks • Van Trailers, Cargo Trailer, and Storage Container • Air Compressor and Arrowboard • Bridge Deck Finishing Equipment Including PERI Trio Form System • Parapet Forms • Contractor Tools • Shop Tools.

DAY 2 • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 8:30 AM

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

GENERAL CONTRACTOR SUPPORT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MFG EQUIPMENT

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

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.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 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

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2012 T Tere erex RT555-1 Rough T Ter er rain Crane

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Takeuchi Introduces Tier IV Final Hydraulic Excavator The Takeuchi TB260 is a completely new model weighing in at just over 12,500 lbs. (5,670 kg) and features a reinforced long arm with integrated thumb mount that provides a 12 ft. 9.4 in. (3.9 m) dig depth. The TB260 is equipped with a high performance, turbocharged engine that delivers more than 47 hp smoothly and efficiently, while meeting U.S. EPA Tier IV Final emission requirements. Automatic-idle helps reduce fuel consumption and engine noise levels, lowering operating costs and improving job site communication, and when combined with the ECO mode, fuel consumption can be reduced by as much as 21 percent in typical working conditions, according to the manufacturer. The precision pilot joysticks deliver smooth, metered control for the operator; variable displacement pumps provide excellent cycle times and 12,756 lbs. of bucket breakout force. Not only can the TB260 dig, it also is an attachment platform. Primary and secondary auxiliary hydraulics come standard, and are operated using independent fingertip proportional controls. An in-cab monitor can be used to select preconfigured work tools, or it may be customized for specific attachments.

The Takeuchi TB260 is a completely new model weighing in at just over 12,500 lbs. (5,670 kg) and features a reinforced long arm with integrated thumb mount that provides a 12 ft. 9.4 in. (3.9 m) dig depth.

In addition, the continuous-run mode helps reduce operator fatigue when operating motor driven attachments. For backfilling and cleanup work, the dozer blade is equipped with a blade float feature. An optional power angle blade that

includes a replaceable bolt-on cutting edge also is available. Not only will the operator be more productive with this machine, they also will be more comfortable in the spacious deluxe cab. The automotive-styled interior is

equipped with a high-capacity HVAC system to keep the operator comfortable throughout the year. A large LCD color monitor panel provides a wealth of information to the operator, and it is easy to read in all lighting conditions. The high back suspension seat with multiple height adjustments allows the operator to easily find a comfortable operating position, and the large door enables the operator to easily enter and exit the machine. “Takeuchi is excited about this new excavator, and we look forward to providing today’s contractors with machines that meet the requirements of their demanding job sites,” said Clay Eubanks, president of Takeuchi US. “We listen to our customers to understand the needs of the jobsite, we then take that feedback and channel it into our products to build quality, purpose-built machines. No other machine on the market can deliver the value, performance and features found on the new Takeuchi TB260 excavator.” For more information, visit www.takeuchi-us.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Drop in Foreclosures Lowers Competition, Adds Industry Jobs good numbers.” But while the news is good, it could be better, provider has taken “So I think what you have is the housing market is a good story, but I think Slater said. back but is holding until The U.S. Congress’s the market improves. the market uncertainty created by Congress does dampen that optimism. inability to pass critical “There has been some legislation is creating suspicion that whoever is market uncertainty. holding property is hang- We are positive, but it could be a better story.” “With the uncertain ing onto them, waiting Dennis Slater economic conditions, until prices improve or particularly with the lack Association of Equipment Manufacturers until they feel comfortof funding for the highable with the loss they way bill, contractors will take,” said David would be less likely to Crowe, chief economist shadow inventory is news that Affordability, despite the rise in “Reduced competition from buy equipment at all,” Slater said. of the National Association of completed foreclosures in May home prices over the past year, shadow inventory means more “One option would be to rent Homebuilders. “They were waiting to claim 2013 numbered 51,000, down and consumer confidence are big construction in new homes and because they don’t have the long that loss on their balance sheet from 71,000 in May 2012 , “a contributors to these positive we estimate that 100 new single term commitment. They aren’t when their balance is stronger. year-over-year decrease of 27 per- trends,” said Anand Nallathambi, family homes generates 300 addi- comfortable that they have jobs beyond the current horizon. president and CEO of CoreLogic. tional jobs,” Crowe said. The concern is that there are these cent, CoreLogic said. “So I think what you have is the “The stock of seriously delin- “We are particularly encouraged Construction equipment manuhouses are out there in nevernever land. The uncertainty is the quent homes, which is the main by the broad-based nature of the facturers are seeing the positive housing market is a good story, worst part. My take is that these driver of shadow inventory, is at housing market recovery so far in effects, too, said Dennis Slater, but I think the market uncertainty are not huge threats to the housing the lowest level since December 2013.” president of the Association of created by Congress does dampen that optimism. We are positive, market, particularly not now. 2008, said Mark Fleming, chief For the construction industry Equipment Manufacturers. Whatever concern there was economist of CoreLogic. that means less competition from “My central message is we feel but it could be a better story.” (This story also can be found on about the shadow and how it “We continue to see a sharp existing houses, and more con- good about it,” Slater said. “If you could affect the market is dissipat- drop in foreclosures around the tracts, more jobs and more sales look at the sales numbers by con- Construction Equipment Guide’s ing.” country and with it a decrease in of equipment as more new homes struction equipment manufactur- Web site at www.construcAlong with the decline in the the size of the shadow inventory. are built, said Crowe. ers as a whole, they are reporting tionequipmentguide.com.) CEG HOUSING from page 1


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COMPLETE LIQUIDATION Granville Rental

AUCTION

LIGHT CONSTRUCTION & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, PARTY SUPPLIES, LARGE QUANTITY OF TENTS

BANGOR (HOLDEN), MAINE NOTE: This Auction Will Feature All Types Of Large And Compact Size Construction Equipment, Support, Aerials and A Very Large Amount of Party Supplies & Tents.

EARLY HILITES INCLUDE: 7 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 303CR, Cat 302.5, Yanmar VIO45-5, (2) Yanmar VIO35-3, Yanmar VIO 26, Ditch Witch MX272, RUBBER TIRED LOADER: Yanmar V4-5b, 2 BACKHOES: Yanmar CBL40-LD (4x4), 2007 Kubota L396ST (4x4), 2 ROLLERS: Stone P3100, Stone WP2500, RUBBER SKID STEERS: Cat 257B2, (2) Cat 242, 2 SCISSOR LIFTS: JLG 1932-E2, Mark MRX25N, 2 BOOM LIFTS: JLG T350, Genie Z45, 7 WOOD CHIPPERS: (2) Vermeer BC1000XL, Vermeer BC600XL, (3) Bandit 90W, Bandit 65AW, 15 GENERATORS: (14) Tsurumi 7000watt-6000watt-3600watt3000watt-4300watt, Titan 5500watt diesel, 11 AIR COMPRESSORS: (2) IR 185CFM, Multiquip Whisperwatt, Leroi 185CFM, Lindsey 175CFM, (4) Emglo Twin Tank, (2) Dewalt Pancake, 4 MESSAGE BOARDS,13 WATER PUMPS/ Accessories: (5) Honda 3in.-2in, Wacker 3in. Centrifugal, (2) Multiquip 3in. Diaphragm, (5) Tsurumi Submersible 2in.-1in., Quantity of 3in.2in. Discharge & Suction Hoses, PICKUPS: 2003 GMC 1500EXT 4x2, RAMP TRUCK: 2000 GMC/Chevy C Series, VAN/ BOX TRUCK: 2002 Int’l. 4x2 4300SE, 2000 Ford F750 22ft., CAR HAULER: 1997 GMC/ Chevy C series, 13 PLATE COMPACTORS: (4) Stone 400lb., (5) Wacker SFP3000 185lb., (2) Wacker 150lb., FLATBED TRUCKS: 2000 Freightliner FL80 23ft. Curtainside, ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 2010 Chevy C6500, 5 TAGALONG TRAILERS: Towmaster 10 ton Tilt Top (t/a), Carry On 18ft. 8,000lb. (t/a), Performance 5ft. x10ft. (s/a), 6ft. x 10ft. Harvey (s/a), 4ft. x8ft. (s/a), ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Set of 48in. Forks, Bobcat Auger, 36in. Sweepster Broom, 60in. LandPride 3pt. Finish Mower, 5ft. York Rakes, Mini Grading Bucket, LOG SPLITTERS: BearCats-Huss 26 ton-22 ton-20 ton, ROTOTILLERS: (2) Barretto 1320, (4) Honda FRC8000, STUMP GRINDERS: Rayco WB, 8 TOW BEHIND AUGERS: (3) Rice , (5) EZ -Wack, QUANTITY OF MIXED SIZES OF AUGER BITS, 4 CEMENT & MORTAR MIXERS: (2) Stone Gas Powered Cement Mixers, (2) Stone gas Powered Mortar Mixers, CONCRETE POWER TROWELS, 4 ELECTRIC CEMENT MIXERS, 2 CONCRETE 12FT. ALUMINUM CHUTES, 4 ELECTRIC CEMENT MIXERS, 4 METAL BRAKES: (4) Mark 10ft.6in., PRESSURE WASHERS: (2) Shark 2000PSI, (4) Simpson 3500PSI, Farley 2500PSI, INSULATION BLOWERS: (2) Intek Force 1 & 2, FLOOR FINISHING MACHINES: (5) Silverline SL-8 Drum Floor Sanders, (2) EZ Verathane 17in. Floor Sanders w/ Vacuum Systems, Clarke OBS-18 orbital Floor Sander/ Buffer, (4) Silverline Floor Edgers, Quantity of Sander Paper for machines, LAWN CARE EQUIPMENT: (3) Bluebird Sod Cutters, (2) Billy Goat Brush Cutters, Little Wonder Lawn Edgers, Yardman lawn Vacuum, Outback Bruch Cutters, Kees Lawn Rake, Billy Goat Lawn Overseeder, Bluebird Lawn Thatchers, (2) BCS Rear Tine Rototillers, Lawn Roller, (2) Stihl Brush Cutters, (2) 36in. Walk Bhid Sweepster Brooms, (3) Shindaiwa Brooms, OUTDOOR COOKERS: (11) Big John & magic Chief Propane & charcoal Portable Grills (various sizes), HEATERS: Quantity of Heatwagon & Master Universal Propane & oil Heaters: 70,000BTU350,000BTU, LB White Tent Heaters, DRYWALL & MATERIAL LIFTS & CARTS: 600lb. Elec. Appliance Dolly, (1) Portable Sheetrock Lifts, (5) Appliance Dollies, , TOOLS & RENTAL EQUIPMENT: M&K 7in,-10in. Tile Saws, Bosch 12in. Cement Saw, ICS 12in.

Concrete Chain Saw, Stone 14in. Road Saw, Echo 14in. Cut off Saws, (10) Brute Elec. Jack Hammers, 2 1/2 ton Hydr. Floor jacks, Lincoln 225amp Welder, CDRE Drill & Bits, Garrett Metal Detectors, 20 ton Bottle jacks, Screw House Jacks, Shop vacuums, Pellet Woodstove, 42in. Box fans, Electric Tile Stripper, Piano Dolly Moving Sets, New Coils of 3/4in. Air Hose, Windsor & Essex Carpet Extractors, (2) 2 1/2 ton Hydr. Floor jacks, 48in. Rebar Benders, Texture Sprayer, (2) Transmission jacks, Lesco Airless Paint Sprayer, Asst. Wheel Pullers, Bluebird 2 ton Engine Hoists, (3) Warner wallpaper Steamers, (3) Dewalt Rotary Hammers, (2) Bosch Demo hammers, Lindsey 100lb Sandblaster, SCAFFOLDING & LADDERS: Quantity of 8ft.-24ft.-16ft. Aluminum Extension & Step ladders, (2) Trestle ladders, Quantity of Scaffolding Frames & Planks, (2) Sets of 48in, Forks, (21) 8ft. Crowd Barriers, LASERS & LEVELS: Spectra Physics LL200 w/stand & grad stick, (2) Robo RT3620-2 Rotating lasers w/ tripods, David White LG Transit Level w/ tripod/grad stick, VERY LARGE QUANTITY OF PARTY/ BANQUET SUPPLIES: Wedding Arches, Columns, Benches, Mailboxes, Urns, Pedestals, Portable Bars, TikiBar, Salad bar, 10in. Mirror Ball, Fog Machines w/ Fluid, Bubble Blowing machines, Wicker & Silver Baskets, Kneeling Benches,Book Stands, Candelabra w/ Candles, Qty. of Canopies: 10x10 – 20x40, Tents: 9x10 – 20x20 w/ drapes & sidewalls, Huge Qty. Folding White/ Colored Chairs (approx. 3500 assorted), Coffeemakers, Nut Crackers, Coolers, Flooring, Dance Floor, Stage, Cake & Champagne Fountains, Charcoal & Propane Grills, Griddles, Rotisseries, Fryers, Heaters, Lights, Large Quantity of Table Linens- SkirtingTablecloths & Napkins (all colors & sizes - 60x60-52x52-60x106), Freezer, Cookers, Sno-Cone Machine, Hot Dog Machine, Popcorn Machines, Bounce Houses & Accessories: TriceratopsBubba’s Gas - Space, Microwaves, Pitchers, Trays, Chafers & Warmers, Huge Quantity of Dishes, Flatware & Glasses to include (too numerous to number): Dinner & Salad Plates Coffee Cups – Creamers & Sugar Bowls - Dessert Plates- Platters – Gravy Boats- Saucers- Soup Bowls – Veggie Dishes, Tongs- Dinner Forks- Knives – Serving Forks – Pastry Servers- Steak Knives- Serving & Dinner Spoons –Ladles- Glasses: Champagne – Wine – Stem –Flat – Punch Cups- Mugs, Rollaway Bedding, Wood Birthday Cake (girl pop out of type), Commercial Dish Washing Machines: (2) Hobart- Unimac, (2) Commercial Dryers: Bosch, IDG, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Quantity of Dock Carts & Shop Carts, Dozens of 30in. & 48in. 6 wheel Lumber carts, General 100ft.-50ft. 5/8in. Electric Sewer Snakes, 2 Man Augers & Bits, 36in. Pedestal Fans, Electric Tile Strippers, Boach 12in. Cement Saw, Carpet Power Stretchers, 10 ton Porta Powers, Railroad Jacks, IS 12in. Concrete Chain Saw, Bosch 9in. Grinders, 3in.-4in, Bosch Belt sanders, Dewalt & Miwaukee Sawzalls, Right Angle Drill, Bosch Router, Quantity of Hardwood Floor Nailers, Remington 27 caliber Actuating Gun, Ridgid Manual Pipe Threaders, Bosch Electric Hedge Trimmers, CP 560lb.-90lb. Jack Hammers, Chipping Hammers.

Address: 205 Main Rd. Rt. 1A Holden, Maine 04429. DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 95 N: take exit #183A to Rt. 395 East for 2 miles to end. Take exit 6A for 5 miles to Granville Rental on right. MAINE AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: AN1316 Jack H. Lyon

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 @ 9:00 AM

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ADVERTISER INDEX ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ................................89 ACR EQUIPMENT CO ............................................122 AED ..........................................................................49 ALBAN CAT ..............................................................12 ALEX LYON & SON INC PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ..........................127 BANGOR ME 09/15/13 ................................135 LONG ISLAND NY 9/7 & ASHTABULA OH 9/12 ............................131 PARKERSBURG WV 8/22 & ATLANTIC CITY NJ 8/2 ............................129 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ....................23 ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP ..............................7 ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ................119 ALLU GROUP ........................................................121 ATI LEVEL BEST ....................................................121 BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ......................................85 BARGAINS ............................................................123 BECK EQUIPMENT ..................................................24 BEST LINE EQUIPMENT..........................................19 BINDER MACHINERY CO..........................................3 BLANCHARD MACHINERY INC ..............................28 CAT AUCTION SERVICES ALBUQUERQUE NM 09/19/13 ....................137 CHENANGO TRUCK ................................................66 CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES..........38, 51, 64 CHICAGO PNEUMATIC ..........................................118 CLASSIFIEDS ........................................................124 COMPANY WRENCH ..............................................59 CONEXPO ................................................................35 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ........................77 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE CEG WANTED..............................................125 MINI COMPACT PROMO ............................116 GEO TARGETED EMAIL................................72 ICUEE DEMO EXPO ......................................62 CONEX/CONNAGG........................................37 CEG SCALE MODELS ................................102 COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC ................56 CREAN EQUIPMENT ............................................122 CURRY SUPPLY CO ................................................34 DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT ............24 DAVE HALLMAN CHEVROLET................................45 DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................46 DOMINICS EQUIPMENT ..........................................42 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ........................109 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..............................103 DYNAPAC................................................................114

EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS....................................65 EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ..........27, 139 EDWARD EHRBAR INC ............................................6 EESSCO ..................................................................74 ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC....................................51, 86 EMERALD EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS ........................91 EQUIP SALES AND LEASING ................................94 EQUIPMENT CORP OF AMERICA ..........................55 EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ......................29 ERRICKSON EQUIPMENT INC ..............................56 EXODUS MACHINES ..............................................97 FELLING TRAILERS ................................................67 FLUID POWER........................................................118 FOLEY INC ................................................................9 GEHL SKID STEER ................................................115 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM........................98 GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ..................45 GROVE WORLDWIDE............................................110 H O PENN MACHINERY CO INC ............................16 HUNYADY AUCTION CO YORK PA 8/28/13 ........................................130 EIGHTY FOUR PA 09/12/13 ........................132 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY......................121 HYDREMA U S INC ..................................................12 ICUEE ......................................................................57 IROCK CRUSHERS..................................................80 IRON PLANET CRANE AUCTION 09/12/13 ........................133 JESCO ......................................................................21 JJ SCHECKEL CORP ..............................................28 JOHN DEERE ........................................................107 K W REESE INC ......................................................42 KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ........100 KLEEMAN ................................................................81 KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............31 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ............................52, 106 KPI-JCI ......................................................................99 KUBOTA ..................................................................105 KUHN EQUIPMENT SALES INC..............................79 LIFTECH EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................24 MARAKAE MARKETING INC ................................136 MESSICK’S ..............................................................27 METRO FUEL INJECTION ......................................56 METSO MINERALS CRUSHING ..............................78 METSO MINERALS SCREENING............................87 MIDLAND MACHINERY............................................61 MIDLANTIC MACHINERY ........................................13 MOBILE TRACK SOLUTIONS..................................45

MONROE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO ..............84 MUNICIBID.COM ....................................................136 NEWARK EQUIPMENT CO ......................................28 NORAM....................................................................111 NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS ....................122 OPDYKE INC ............................................................68 PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ..............................5, 75 PERKINS POWER NORTHEAST ..............................2 PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ....................................92 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC BAYONNE NJ 09/12/13 ................................132 PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ..................................25 PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ........................10 POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ............................93 POWERSCREEN NEW ENGLAND ..........................95 RANSOME EQUIPMENT SALES LLC ..................124 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION ..............140 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ..............................27 ROGERS BROTHERS CORP ..................................66 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ..................................120 SENNEBOGEN ........................................................83 SPECIALTY RENTALS & ATTACHMENTS ..............47 STARR PARTS & EQUIPMENT ..............................118 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ............................11 STU HARRIS ..........................................................125 SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES ........................................90 TEREX CRANES ....................................................113 TEREX FUCHS ........................................................88 TERRA SELECT INC ................................................84 THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ............122 TOWMASTER INC....................................................69 TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ..........................15 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ..................39, 41 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ..............................49 UNITED RENTALS....................................................43 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC WILMINGTON DE 08/23/13..........................130 VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ................................38 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA............70 WANTED MACK TRUCKS........................................46 WEACO ....................................................................59 WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ............................55 WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT INC ................................17 WHITNEY & SON INC ..............................................96 WILSON FINLEY ....................................................120 WOODS CRW CORP ..............................................20

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RECENT TRADES 2008 Kubota KX161-R3AT3 Excavator, Stk# 34504, 1369 Hrs ................................................................................................$36,500

2009 Takeuchi TW80C Compact Wheel Loader, Stk# 34233, 3436 Hrs..................................................................................$39,900

1996 Liebherr 631 Track Loader, Stk# 34269, 4791 Hrs............ ................................................................................................$25,000

2005 Gehl CTL70 Track Skid Loader, Stk# 34506, 1796 Hrs.... ................................................................................................$25,500

2011 Kubota U45R1AT3 Mini Excavator, Stk# 34298, 353 Hrs ................................................................................................$43,000

2005 Vibromax Dirt Roller, Stk# 34163, 417 Hrs ..........$55,400

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