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Feds Weigh Infrastructure Solutions By Giles Lambertson CEG CORRESPONDENT

Eastern O il & G as Conference Hel d in Pa. …8

N.H. Good Roads Show a Success …12

Swank uses a Bidwell to level the concrete on Bridge 7 (southbound SR 885).

Swank Bring Bridges Up to Grade in Allegheny County, Pa. By Jennifer Rupp CEG CORRESPONDENT

Rit chie Re els i n 1,900 Bidders at Md. Sale…134

Table of Contents ................4 Truck & Trailer Section ........ ......................................65-70 Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section ......77-102 Parts Section ..........104-105 Snow & Ice Section..106-109 Auction Section .................... ........................Starts on 130 Business Calendar ..........132 Advertisers Index............146

The Mifflin Road Bridges project in Allegheny County, Pa., takes place amidst a labyrinth of roads and interchanges just south of a dip in the Monongahela River. This area, approximately 6 mi. (9.6 km) southeast of downtown Pittsburgh, was in need of two new bridges to accommodate increased traffic demands. The $8.1 million contract includes repairs to Bridge 8, which is a six-span pre-stressed I-beam

bridge, and Bridge 7 — a three-span pre-stressed spread box beam bridge. Approximately 3 mi. (4.8 km) away on SR 2046 (Streets Run Road), a small bridge crossing over Streets Run also is being replaced in conjunction with this project. Prime contractor Swank Associated Companies of New Kensington, Pa., broke ground in July 2010. Swank is responsible for demolition and concrete work, pavement associated with approach work and drainage. The whole project will be complete this fall. see MIFFLIN page 30

Some leaders in the construction industry and in Washington believe a “national infrastructure bank” (NIB) is the way to fund major building projects across the country. They view the bank as a way to reform infrastructure funding and leverage other public and private sector money. Skeptics are not persuaded that the “bank” really is a bank, nor that it will do much in the way of reducing the pork barrel that taints so much of today’s infrastructure funding. Both sides of the NIB question are amply expressed on the public record and in this article. Interviews by CEG amplify the positions. In summary: While a consensus to proceed with an NIB seems possible, there are plenty of objections to be overcome. Three Bank Ideas Three variations on the theme have been introduced into the public discussion, one by President Obama and two in Congress. They vary slightly in the amount of start-up funds authorized and in the money’s distribution. The proposals are: see SOLUTIONS page 38

AGC Reviews July’s Construction Numbers Construction employment increased in 136 out of 337 metropolitan areas between July 2010 and July 2011, declined in 148 and stayed level in 53, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released Aug. 30 by the Associated General Contractors of America.

Association officials noted that the local employment data remains mostly stagnant amid declines in publicly-funded construction activity. “Even as we are beginning to experience a modest increase in private sector construction

activity, public construction budgets are contracting,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “The big worry for construction workers is that private demand will again slip while governments continue to cut back on see EMPLOYMENT page 40

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2006 CAT 953C, Stk#: 96098, 1100 Hrs, CAB, AC, U/C +/- 90%, GP Bkt....................$119,000 2004 CAT 963C, Stk#: UP20124, 2173 hrs, CAB, AC, GP Bkt, P&B Turn................$115,000

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The member driven organization encourages the sharing of ideas, concerns and solutions among all of those involved with the association.

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NEW HAMPSHIRE GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION SHOW A SUCCESS

Sixty businesses participated in the Equipment Show, displaying an extraordinary variety of “highway related” products and services.

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HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT COMPANY RECEIVES FINN CORP. AWARD

Highway Equipment has established itself as one of America’s leading sales and service providers of construction, landscaping, demolition, mining, quarrying and industrial material-handling machinery.

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EPA WITHDRAWS ITS DECISION TO LIMIT DIRT IN STORMWATER RUNOFF

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2008 CAT D8T, 0KPZ02808, 4108 Hrs ...... ......$390,000

2008 CAT D6T XL, 0LAY00854, 1077 Hrs ...... ......$272,500

2006 CAT D6R III LGP, WRG00622, 2113 Hrs ...... ......$225,000

2005 CAT D5G XL, 0WGB02175, 3340 Hrs ...... ........$62,000

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2002 CASE 580SM, Stk #: U22554, 7967 HRS, CAB W/AIR, ESTICK, 4WD, COUPLERS, RIDE CONTROL, 24” BKT......$35,000

2006 CASE 430, Stk #: U30227, 2049 HRS, CAB W/AIR, HIFLOW ..............................................................................$23,000

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2003 WIRTGEN W2000, STK #: U30017, 6200 HRS, NEW DRUM, READY TO WORK ..............................$210,000 1999 CMI RS650 MILLING MACHINE, 6942 HRS, NEW KENNAMETAL DRUM ....................................$97,500 2006 HAMM HD120VO 78” SMOOTH DRUM ROLLER, STK #: U30202, 2375 HRS, OSCILLATION & VIBRATION ............................................................................................................................................$74,500

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2004 Leeboy 8515, 2500 Hrs, 8’-15’ Propane Heated Screed, Steering Wheel Controls $26,500

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Eastern Oil & Gas Conference, Trade Show Held in Pa. The Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association (PIOGA) held its annual Eastern Oil & Gas Conference &

Mike Tyler (L) and Todd Courinos of Precision Laser & Instrument share information about new laser and GPS technologies.

Trade Show on Aug. 30 and 31. The event was held in the outskirts of Pittsburgh at the Monroeville Convention Center in Monroeville, Pa. Conference events were scheduled to allow attendees time to visit with the nearly 350 exhibitors at the show. The event drew gas industry professionals from Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. Conference speakers included Congressman Tim Murphy, chairman of the House Natural Gas Caucus; State Representative Brian Ellis; Michael Krancer, secretary, Pa. Department of Environmental Protection; and Patrick Henderson, Governor’s Energy Executive along with others involved with the development of the Marcellus Shale gas well play in Pennsylvania. The event included an annual meeting of members. As a nonprofit trade association representing Pennsylvania’s independent oil and natural gas producers, marketers, service companies and related businesses, the Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association of Pennsylvania helps communicate upcoming changes in proposed regulations to its membership and works with regulators to address problems and achieve workable solutions. The member driven organization encourages the sharing of

Doug (L) and Keith Goldstrohm of Wojanis Supply Company answer questions about fluid power products.

Rick Sutter (L) and Bill Bair of Cleveland Brothers welcome attendees to their booth.

Bill Brenoel (L) and Charlie Zirkle discuss equipment transportation issues at the Rogers Brothers Corporation booth.

Belt Line Equipment’s Jim Cheunes (L) and Tom Gibson talk about the equipment sales and rental fleet with attendees at the show.

(L-R): Dennis Mathieson and Joe Kleiner of Curry Supply are joined by Adam Leber of Hunter Truck Sales at their outdoor exhibit.

ideas, concerns and solutions among all of those involved with the association.

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2010 CAT 336DL, S/N: W3K542, 2,181 Hours, 42” Bkt ............................................................$299,000

2010 CAT 450E, S/N: EBL421, 1094 Hrs, AC, AUX Hyd, MP/24 ..............................................$129,000 Air Compressor 2011 ATLAS COPCO XAS185, S/N: NEW, 185 CFM CAT AIR COMPRESSOR CAT ENGINE MODEL C2.2, ask about 0% for 12 special financing........................................................................$12,875 2009 SULLAIR 1150XH, S/N: 2009012600, 240 Hours, New Condition, Low Hour 900/1150 CFM Towable Air Compressor ....................................................................................................$128,000 Backhoe Loader 2004 CAT 420D IT, S/N: BLN11063, 4455 Hrs, AC, E-Hoe, 4WD, MP/24............................$47,000 2008 CAT 420E IT, S/N: KMW2813, 1647 Hrs, AC, E-Stick, Thumb, New Tires, GGP/24....$77,000 2006 CAT 420E IT, S/N: KMW169, 2835 Hrs, AC, E-Hoe, Hyd Thumb, CPL, GP/24” ..........$64,000 2010 CAT 450E, S/N: EBL421, 1094 Hrs, AC, AUX Hyd, MP/24........................................$129,000 Compaction Equipment - Combination 2006 CAT CP-323C, S/N: DAR353, 464 Hrs, OROPS ..........................................................$43,000 Compaction Equipment - Smooth Drum 2004 BOMAG BW211D-3, S/N: 901580861, STK: RC80861, 1700 Hrs ..............................$49,000 2010 CAT CB14, S/N: DDT609, 71 Hrs, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ....................................$24,000 2006 CAT CB-114, S/N: C2Z139, Beacon, ROPS, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet......................$16,500 2006 CAT CS-563E, S/N: ASA1060, 1042 Hrs, A/C ..........................................................$105,000

2007 CAT 953C, S/N BBX3020, 991 Hours, AC, GP Bucket, 2 lever control. From Dealer's Rental Fleet......................................$145,000

Crawler Loader 2007 CAT 953C, S/N: BBX3020; 991 Hours; AC, GP Bucket, 2 lever control. From Dealer’s Rental Fleet....................................................................................................................................$145,000 2007 CAT 963C, S/N: BBD3113, 1,157 Hrs, AC, GP, 3V for MP Bkt or Ripper, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet....................................................................................................................................$159,000 Dozer - Crawler 2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N: MMM239, Stk #: VMMM239, 1,429 Hrs, AC, PAT Blade, System One U/C ............................................................................................................................................$94,000 2008 CAT D3K LGP, S/N: LLL367, 877 Hrs, OROPS, PAT Blade, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ............ ............................................................................................................................................$59,000 2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N: MMM303, 971 Hrs, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ............................$69,000 2003 CAT D6R DS XL II, AAX175; Stk #: VAAX175; 3,726 Hrs; AC, Ripper Valve, 6SU, New Undercarriage ....................................................................................................................$175,000 2008 CAT D8T, S/N: KPZ2780, 1097 Hrs, AC, Ripper Hydraulics, 8SU, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet .. ..........................................................................................................................................$509,000

2006 CATERPILLAR M318C, S/N: H2D446; Stk #: KH2D446; 1,234 Hours..........$195,000

Excavator - Crawler 2001 CAT 312C, S/N: CAE191, 5215 Hrs, Machine sold “as is, where is” No Warranty......$47,000 2009 CAT 314C LCR, S/N: BYJ196, 621 Hrs, AC, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Blade ..................$159,000 2006 CAT 320CL, S/N: PAB5981, Stk #: KPAB5981, 3,408 Hrs ........................................$115,000 2007 CAT 321C LCR, S/N: MCF1082, 1807 Hrs, Tool Control, Coupler, Bkt......................$179,000 2007 CAT 321C LCR, S/N: KCR298, Stk#: KKCR298, 4109 Hrs, AC, Auxiliary Hydraulics$156,000 2009 CAT 321D LCR, S/N: NAS386, 77 Hrs, Tool Control, Coupler, Bkt ..................................CALL 2006 CAT 325C LCR, S/N: BKW446, 2443 Hrs, Aux. Hydraulics, Pin Grabber..................$195,000 1997 CAT 325BL, S/N: 2JR1322, 2783 Hrs, Original Hours, Combined Function, Piping Down to the End of the Boom, Manual Thumb ..................................................................................$95,000 2008 CAT 330DL, S/N: MWP2451, 2365 Hrs, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Coupler, 60” Bkt..............CALL 2006 CAT 330DL, S/N: B6H326, 1757 Hrs, AC, 42” Bkt....................................................$239,000 2010 CAT 336DL, S/N: W3K542, 2181 Hrs, 48” Bkt..........................................................$299,000 2007 CAT 345CL, S/N: PJW1924, Stk #: KPJW1924, 2,427 Hrs ......................................$279,000 2008 CAT 345DL, S/N: EEH350, 281 Hrs, AC, Quick Coupler, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet $369,000 Excavator - Wheel 2006 CAT M318C, S/N: H2D446; Stk #: KH2D446; 1,234 Hours ......................................$195,000 Forklift - Telescopic 2011 Genie GTH1056, S/N: GTH1011-14528, New 10,000 lb capacity w/Cab w/Heat and A/C IT Coupler ..............................................................................................................................$116,000

2006 CAT 740, S/N: B1P659, 9,251 Hrs, Tailgate, Heated Body, 5 New Radial Tires, #6 almost new...... ..................................................................$239,000

2006 CAT 420E IT, S/N: KMW169, 2,835 Hrs, AC, E-Hoe, Hyd Thumb, CPL, GP/24” $64,000

Lift-Personnel 2010 HYDRA PLATFORMS HP35, S/N: 1H9US3335AS196342; 502 Hours; Trailer Mounted 35 foot Bridge Inspection and Work Platform ........................................................................$149,000 Lift - Scissor 2006 GENIE GS4390RT, S/N: 43610; 442 Hours; 43 foot rough terrain DUAL FUEL ..........$29,925 2007 GENIE GS5390, S/N 44796 ........................................................................................$47,000 Lift - Boom 2006 GENIE Z45/25JRT, S/N: 30129; 1,195 Hours; SELF PROPELLED AERIAL WORK PLATFORM ............................................................................................................................................$35,000 Generator Sets 2010 CAT XQ30, S/N: GBE00254; 1,508 Hours; 30kW standby 27kW prime rating - 60hz $24,650 2001 CAT XQ60, 10,505 Hrs, Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..............................................................................................$15,000 2001 CAT XQ105, 5,200 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..............................................................................................$17,000 (2) 2000-2002 CAT XQ125, 7,265-9,120 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..........................................................$22,000 Ea. 1999 CAT XQ225, 11,400 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel......................................................................................$35,000 2005 CAT XQ400, 3,175 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..............................................................................................$80,000 2008 MULTIQUIP DCA125SSJUC, S/N: 8510101; 1,007 Hours; 110KW(137KVA) ULTRA SILENT WHISPERWATT GENERATOR ..............................................................................................$34,985

2006 CAT 330DL, S/N B6H326 ......$239,000

Off-Highway Truck 2006 CAT 740, S/N: B1P659, 9,251 Hrs, Tailgate, Heated Body, 5 New Radial Tires, #6 almost new ....................................................................................................................................$219,000 Other Equipment 2007 E3000 Ground Heater, S/N 02195, 2,200 Hrs; ground heater with onan generator ..$42,500 Skid Steer 2008 CAT 226B II, S/N MJH12218, 116 Hrs, Cab, Heat, Manual CPL, GP, From Dealer's Rental Fleet......................................................................................................................................$34,000 2007 CAT 236B, S/N: HEN6272, 312 Hrs, Heat, Bkt, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ................$28,000 (2) 2010 CAT 246C, S/N JAY3843, JAY3938 ................................................................$44,000 Ea. (8)2007-2011 CAT 256C, From Dealer's Rental Fleet............................................$32,000-$43,000 2008 CAT 257B II, S/N: SLK8700, 693 Hrs, Heat Only, NO AC, GP Bkt, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet.. ............................................................................................................................................$30,000 (2) 2007 CAT 297C, S/N GCP261, GCP300 ..........................................................$64,000-$69,000 2011 CAT 262C, S/N: MST3772, 33 Hrs, AC, GP Bkt, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..............$46,000 (3 ) 2010 CAT 262C, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..................................................$42,000-$51,000 Water Equipment - Truck 2007 GMC TOPKICK C6500, 3,499 Hrs; 2000 Gallon Ledwell Water Truck, Hyd Brakes, Automatic ............................................................................................................................................$50,000 2006 GMC TOPKICK C6500, 1,799 Hrs; 2000 Gallon Ledwell Water Truck ........................$44,000 Wheel Loader 2008 CAT 930H, S/N: DHC1137, 2017 Hrs, AC, Coupler, GP Bkt & Forks ........................$149,000 2009 CAT 938H, S/N MJC407; 3,609 Hrs; AC, 3V, Fusion Cpl, GP, New Tires, From Dealer's Rental Fleet....................................................................................................................................$179,000 2009 CAT 938H, S/N MJC428, Stk #: VMJC428, 1268 Hrs, AC, CPL, No 3V/Ride Control, Good Tires ..................................................................................................................................$204,000 2009 CAT 938H, S/N MJC109; 2066 Hrs; AC, RC, 3V, QC, GP, Forks................................$199,900 2008 CAT 938H, S/N MJC103, Stk #: VMJC103, 1226 Hrs, AC, 3V, CP, GP, Forks, Good Tires ........ ..........................................................................................................................................$209,000 2008 CAT 938H, S/N MJC84; 1923 Hrs; AC, RC, 3V, QC, GP............................................$199,900 2008 CAT 950H, S/N: K5K1879, 2279 Hrs, AC, GP ..........................................................$205,000

2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N MMM239, 1,404 Hrs, A/C, PAT Blade, System One Undercarriage..... ..........................................................$94,000

Used parts • Quality parts • Attachments Are you looking for a reliable source for quality used components and parts? Outback Parts is linked nationwide with three used parts networks, so finding dependable parts fast and conveniently is never a problem. Outback Parts also supplies replacement parts for Non-Cat® machines. So when you’re needing parts, call or visit us on-line.

2009 CAT 321D LCR, S/N: NAS386, 77 Hrs, Tool Control, Coupler, Bkt ......................CALL

Call: 732/885-3005 Fax: 609/443-1146 jmeyer@foleyinc.com

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2009 CAT 938H, S/N MJC109; 2,066 Hrs; AC, RC, 3V, QC, GP, Forks ....................................$199,900

www.foleyinc.com Call Art Vida, Used Equipment Manager 800-939-6611 • 732-885-5555 • Fax: 732-457-0551 855 Centennial Avenue, Piscataway, NJ 08855


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PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Serving Contractors, Municipalities, and Industry since 1912 Special pricing good through 09/30/11 –  cash or approved financing Subject to prior sale – Rental purchase not available 2000 John Deere TC62H, Unit# 21632, 10,473 Hrs, 2002 John Deere 3 Spool w/Sgle Lever & 450CLC, Unit# Aux, Axle, w/Hyd Front & 21552, 9128 Rear, 20.5x25 Xhat L-3 Hours, MOD Michelin, Heavy Duty Mainframe, CWT Battery, Access Platform & Steps, Cloth Seat w/ Air & CWMD, Suspension, Cab w/Air, 900MM Track Shoes, Standard Ether Start Aid, 80 Amp Boom, 3.9 Arm.... Alternator for Air, Ride ............$100,000 Control System, Front & Rear Cab Work Lights, Battery Disconnect, Front & Rear Fenders, Trans. Guard, Bottom Guards, Rear Cwt, License Plate Bracket, Loader Coupler ................................$58,000 2010 John Deere 135D, Unit# 21578, 198 Hrs, 600M 24” Track w/o Backfill, Boom, One Piece, Arm 3.01M 9’11” 2006 CEC 5X12, Unit# 61696, 627 Hrs, 5x12 Track Screen-It, w/ Linkage, Track Screening Plant, Grizzly Remote........................................ Mechanical ....................................................Special Sale Price $140,000 Thumb ....................................................................$119,400 2007 John Deere 650J LGP, Unit# 21563,4071 Hrs, cab, AC w/ 3-function EH controls, Air Suspension, HD inside All Hyd 124” Blade, Hyd Pump Fuse w/o winch, Full length RK Guard LGP/XLT, 24” Extd MS 40 Lnk, Str. Chrome Exhaust, Retrieval Hitch, Enviromental Drain ................$63,400

2002 John Deere 650H, Unit# 27676, 4832 Hrs, Power-Angle-T Blade, Hydrostatic Transmission, Long Track, 105" Blade, ROPS ........................$34,900

2004 John Deere 544J, Unit# 27806, ZBar Linkage (ZB), 2 Fn Vlve/Jystk/Strg Clm Fnr, Axle, Std Rear Hyd Front, 20.5x25 12PR Splt Rim FS, Standard Battery, Standard Rear Lights, Cab with Air, Chrome Exhaust, 80 Amp Alternator for Air, Front Rear Cab Work Lights, Full Frt Fndr/Rear Platform, Transmission Guards, Bottom Guards, GP Bucket ..............$71,900

• Deere 30MT and 35MT ADT fleet in stock. Low hour, Models 300D & 350D. • Short term and long term competitive rental rates. • Rental Purchase Options available and Lease packages through John Deere Credit. • Call your local Plasterer Salesman.

2003 John Deere 755C II Crawler Loader, Unit# 27756, Cab w/Heater Air Cond, Lub Tr 20” 508MM Dbl Grouser, Heavy Duty Rear Bumper, GP Bkt, CRL006, Standard Track, Hyd. Transmission .. ..........$67,500

FIRST FRIDAY “HAVE LUNCH ON US”

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3215 State Rd. (215) 258-5700 (800) 523-2209

400 Stoke Park Rd. (610) 867-4657 (800) 587-9790

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FOR QUALITY NEW AND USED JOHN DEERE EQUIPMENT, BE SURE TO VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.plasterer.com

For additional information, please contact Leonard Leiphart at (717) 938-6568 OR Jeremy Walborn at (717) 273-2616


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NEW ROGERS 25 TON XXL IN STOCK

NEW ROGERS 21 TON IN STOCK

Enjoy Smooth Sailing with a Rogers Trailer! USED New Rogers 35 Ton ........................................IN STOCK

Rogers CR55PL110, 25’ deck, 3 or 4 Axles ..............IN STOCK

Rogers CR5OPL98, 24’ deck, 3 or 4 axles ................IN STOCK

Rogers 35 Ton No-Foot, Air Ride, 22’ Deck, Aluminum Wheels, Ready for Paint

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New Hampshire Good Roads Association Show a Success From the VIP Night reception to the final clean up, the New Hampshire Good Roads Association’s (NHGRA) 2011 Equipment Show, Clambake, Barbecue and Golf Tournament was a success Three days of clear summer weather gave exhibitors the opportunity to set up and put the finishing touches on their exhibits in plenty of time to kick-off this year’s festivities. Once again, people came together to celebrate the strength and commitment of our industry in New Hampshire. With the help of twenty corporate sponsors, NHGRA kicked off the 2011 events with VIP Night for our corporate members and exhibitors. The evening offered the opportunity to preview the Equipment Show, visit with friends, enjoy a delicious buffet provided by our friends at Alan’s Restaurant, and many nice raffle prizes donated by several of our corporate members. Many thanks to Vice President of Operations & Development, John Zudell for welcoming us to New Hampshire Motor Speedway and sharing a few words about the new infield and additional Attendees had the opportunity to see the latest in loaders, dozers, excavators, changes being made to the cranes, surveying equipment, facility. accessories and much more. On day two more than 2,000 NHGRA exhibitors, It was a cool and misty beginning members and friends for the 184 golfers teeing off in a attended the show, this shotgun start for the annual golf year held in the spectacutournament. Threesomes and fourlar infield and hosted for somes at Pheasant Ridge Golf Club the 16th year by the New in Gilford and Beaver Meadow Golf Hampshire Motor Course in Concord competed for Speedway. It was a cool, first place on each golf course and a overcast day but the rain number of terrific prizes donated by held off until evening givcorporate members. ing everyone the chance to The team of Tim McLaughlin, enjoy the day. Norman Brown, Paul Greenler, and Sixty businesses particKarin Marshall of SPS New ipated in the Equipment England playing at Pheasant Ridge Show, displaying an Golf Club were the winners of the extraordinary variety of Everyone enjoyed the Clambake served for the New Hampshire Good Roads tro“highway related” prod- 26th year by Paul Murphy of the Maine Lobster phy. The team of Ron Puchalski, ucts and services. Outlet in York, Maine. Nate Stauseth, Stanley Plifka and The food was excellent Garrett Plifka of All States Asphalt as well. More than 25 galplaying at Beaver Meadow Golf lons of clam chowder, 600 hot dogs, 10 Roundabout Diner in Portsmouth, Course were the winners of the bushels of steamers, 700 ears of corn and N.H., and Paul Murphy and the folks Randolph K. Pike trophy. more than 1,400 lobsters were served to a from the Maine Lobster Outlet in (This story also can be found on York, Maine, provided the meals. hungry crowd. In addition to the clambake, there was a St. Louis style barbecue with This was Murphy’s twenty-sixth A big hit every year at the equipment show is the back- Construction Equipment Guide’s year preparing the clambake for the hoe contests, this one presented by Anderson Web site at www.construcchicken, ribs and pulled pork. Equipment, Manchester, N.H. tionequipmentguide.com.) CEG Dan Posternak, Chill Catering and the event.


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2007 KOMATSU PC228USLC-3 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR

2000 JOHN DEERE 650H LT CRAWLER DOZER

Cab w/Air, 9’6” Arm, 18’8” HD Boom, Hammer Circuit, 48” KM Bucket, 31.5” Shoes, 120 Day KM Defined PTW , Parts & Labor. Very good condition for age and hours. C002175

Enc. Cab w/Air Conditioner & Heater, 104” Angle Blade w/Tilt, 18” Single Grouser Shoes, Drawbar, Good Overall Condition for Age & Hours

$142,500

C002225

1988 DRESSER 560B WHEEL LOADER

2003 ECONOLINE 20 TON TAG TRAILER

Cummins Diesel Engine, Steel Cab w/AC, Heater & Sound Suppression, 144” General Purpose Bucket, 29.529 L5 Tires, Vandalism Kit, 2 Spool Hydraulics-Good, Clean Overall Condition for Age & with 15-20,000 Hrs

8’ X 20’ Deck, 5’6” Beavertail, ABS Brakes C002165

$6,950

C001601

Very Low Hour, Legend Electric Screed, TSD Sonic Feeder, Dual Spray System

Cab w/Air; MP Bkt; 30” Bkhoe Bkt; Extendable Dipper; Auxiliary Hydraulics; 14-17.5 10 Ply Front & 19.5L-24 R4 Rear Firestone Tires; P/S Trans; 4 Wheel Drive; Torque Converter

YR

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KOMATSU 2007 JOHN DEERE 2000 KOMATSU 2006 2008 2006 KOMATSU 2005 2005 2006 2007 1997 2005 DRESSER 1990 2003 1988 1989 KOMATSU 1998 2007 2007 2007 1997 KUBOTA 2009 VOLVO 2001

C002101

$99,500

$67,500

EE# BACKHOES

PRICE

YR

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EE#

PRICE

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WB156-5 C001935 CRAWLER DOZERS/LOADERS

$67,500

650H LT

$35,000

D37EX-21 D61EX-15 D65EX-15

$39,500

2007 LEEBOY L8515T PAVER

2007 KOMATSU WB156-5 LOADER/ BACKHOE

C001935

$35,000

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C002225 18502 20178 18219 EXCAVATORS

$49,500 $167,500 $159,000

PC09-1 C001746 PC35MR-3 C002046 PC220LC-8LR C001119 PC228USLC-3 C002175 PC300LC-6 C002048 PW220-7 C002089 WHEEL LOADERS

$19,500 $33,500 $189,000 $142,500 $75,000 $122,500

555 555B 560B 560B

C002306 C002305 C001601 C001607

WA320-3 WA380-6 WA450-6 WA480-6 WA500-1

C002186 C001830 C001982 C001270 C002151

$42,500 $119,500 $201,000 $162,500 $59,500

R520S

C002313

$49,500

L90D

C002310

$49,500

SOLD

$25,000 $69,500 $39,500 $29,500

CATERPILLAR VGSOND 912 C002030 KOMATSU 2007 GD655-3EO C000949 PAVERS/ROLLERS HAMM 2011 HD12VV C002314 INGERSOLL RAND 2005 DD118HF C002076 LEEBOY 2007 L8515T C002101 OFF ROAD TRUCKS KOMATSU 2008 HM300-2 C000602 2003 HM350-1 C002118 2008 HM350-2 19847 TRAILERS EAGER BEAVER 2000 20XPT C001620 2005 HALX20 C002300 ECONOLINE 2003 20 Ton Tag C002165 HYSTER HFR50TD3, 50 ton hyd, folding G.N. trailer, 8’x25’ deck, pony mtr., V.G. Cond MISCELLANEOUS LOADAL CENTER LOAD GARBAGE TRUCK 1991 EVO MAG-20-US C000834

$5,500 $199,000

$39,500 $69,500 $99,500

$149,000 $135,000 $229,000

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• Many popular sizes in stock for skid steer & mini excavator models • Contact our parts professionals to help you with your rubber track needs

$6,900 $7,950 $6,950

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not all manufacturers WIRTGEN • VOGELE • HAMM • KLEEMANN • FUCHS • NPK • E.D. ETNYRE • LIEBHERR • DOMINION • METSO MINERALS • ALLU represented in all areas served JRB • BROCE • BAGELA • CARLSON • TEREX • ROGERS BROS • ESCO • LA BOUNTY • KOMATSU • FELLING • MAULDIN

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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.

www.ehrbar.com


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H&R Construction Parts and Equipment Inc has been in business since 1984 & while we are known for our quality alternative parts….we are in the equipment business as well.

2003 Caterpillar D6R XL Series II, s/n AAX-00293, 10,450 Hrs, $89,500

2002 Terex TA30, s/n A799145, 6000 Hrs, Cummins Dsl, A/C, 23.25 Tires, Work Ready, $59,500

2006 Komatsu D65EX-15EO, EROPS w/ Air. NEW sprockets & Track groups-600mm pads. Rollers avg 75% wear remaining. 7690 Hrs, Call for Price

Call Patrick Kelly at 800.403.2263 to ask about our current stock of machines or if you have equipment to trade or for sale. Corporate Headquarters

H&R East - Buffalo, New York

Construction Parts & Equipment www.HRparts.com

20 Milburn Street, Buffalo, NY 14212 716-891-4311 • Toll Free: 800-333-0650 • Fax: 716-891-4346

Also Serving...

Riverside, California

Edmonton, AB CANADA

Ocala, Florida

Blue Springs, Missouri

00 New Holland 345D ..........$13,500

75 Cat D6C............................$29,000

98 JCB 215E ........................$25,000

04 Hitachi ZX80 2748 hrs......$46,000

96 Gradall 534C-9 ................$13,500

99 Deere TC54H ..................$40,000

93 Cat 312 8628 hrs..............$29,500

97 Cat D6R XL 13710 hrs ....$58,000

04 Cat 953C 4510 hrs ..........$49,000

93 Deere 544G TC ................$36,000

09 Bobcat S330 1420 hrs......$34,000

04 Deere 644J 13750 hrs......$75,000

06 Caterpillar 302.5C ............$22,500

02 Terex TA27 ......................$42,500

05 Daewoo 140 2793 hrs ......$39,000


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Albany, NY

NEW YORK Batavia, NY

Syracuse, NY

(518) 220-9500

(585) 344-1931

(315) 437-2611


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J&J Truck Named Distributor of Equipment Washers J&J Truck Equipment, a division of Somerset Welding & Steel has been appointed the first authorized distributor and service center of Vehicle & Equipment Washers Inc. (VEWI). VEWI systems provide quality and cost-effective portable and permanent debris control solutions for industrial, commercial, government and military vehicles. The systems clean tires and vehicles quickly while controlling and containing debris on-site. The wash systems can be customized to fulfill the needs of a broad variety of industries. Federal, state and local environmental regulations are getting more stringent. As drilling and mining sites spur economic growth in local communities, they also increase industrial traffic. The need for employing the most effective wheel-washing and dust control products available has become crucial. To answer this need, VEWI provides complete, self-contained wash systems that offer versatility and provide environmental containment solutions by recycling and filtering water, making debris removal quick, easy, and safe, according to the manufacturer. The use of non-potable water minimizes water usage and eliminates the use of other cleaning equipment. J&J Truck Equipment has a fully functional VEWI TW2000 system set up at its facility in Somerset and interested customers can make appointments to see the VEWI system

J&J Truck Equipment has a fully functional VEWI TW-2000 system set up at its facility in Somerset.

in action. J&J Truck Equipment is a distributor of several manufacturers of field service crane bodies, air and hydraulic operated lubrication trucks, hydraulic systems, mechanic bodies, flat beds and snow removal equipment. In addition, the company has a full service and repair department that provides

custom welding and fabrication, dump and trailer body repair and painting, and a wide variety of other services. J&J Truck Equipment currently is updating its showroom located in the former Lincoln Supply building. For more information, call 814/444-3452 or 877/4558785.

HCEA Announces Two Firms Join as Corporate Members The Historical Construction Equipment Volvo Construction Equipment is one Association (HCEA), a 501(c)3 non-profit of the world’s oldest industrial firms organization dedicated to preserving the his- engaged in construction equipment mantory of the construction, dredging and sur- ufacturing, tracing its roots to a machine face mining equipment industries, shop founded in Eskilstuna, Sweden, by announced that Taylor Machine Works and Johan Thefron Munktell in 1832. Today, Volvo Construction Equipment have joined it has plants in Sweden, Germany, the HCEA as corporate members. France, Poland, the United States, Taylor Machine Works Inc., located in Mexico, Brazil, Korea, China and India, Louisville, Miss., is possibly the only pri- and its products and services are offered vately held industrial lift truck manufacturer operating in America today. Founded by W. A. Taylor Sr. in 1927 as a small family-owned automotive and repair business, Taylor is now under the leadership of the third generation of the Taylor family, and its “Big Red” forklifts have made an impressive impact in the materials handling equipment industry worldwide. The American Heritage “Big Red” Fire Museum also is in Louisville; founded in 1989 by W. A. Taylor Jr., it houses more The first Michigan wheel loader, this model 75A, was than 100 vehicles and exhibits as donated to the National Construction Equipment Museum in the late 1990s. old as the late 1700s.

Equipment Museum, operated by the HCEA in Bowling Green, Ohio, has two Michigan wheel loaders including the first one produced, and an MRS 150AGT wheel tractor in its collection, and its Archives house substantial collections of records from both companies. Volvo Construction Equipment donated one of the loaders and a sizeable volume of archival records directly to the HCEA. Corporate members designate up to five of their officers and employees to receive the The National Construction Equipment Museum HCEA’s quarterly magazine, also owns this circa 1950 M. R. S. 150AGT wheel Equipment Echoes, and VIP tractor. passes to its annual International Convention and Old Equipment in more than 125 countries through proExposition, to be held at its Bowling Green, prietary or independent dealerships. Ohio, headquarters Sept. 14 through 16, Volvo also has acquired a number of 2012. They also receive links on the HCEA’s other historic firms, including the Web site at www.hcea.net and are publicized Michigan product line from Clark, Champion motorgraders, Akkerman in Equipment Echoes and in press releases to excavators, Blaw-Knox paving trade publications and Web sites. For more information, call 419/352-5616 machines and Samsung excavators. The National Construction or visit www.hcea.net.


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Pine Bush Equipment Co, Inc.

Holmes, NY Branch

East PBE, Inc.

97 Route 302 Pine Bush, NY 12566

24 Sybil Court Holmes, NY 12531

283 Pane Road Newington, CT

Phone: (845) 744-2006 Call Karie (ext 232)

Phone: (845) 744-2006 Call Damien (ext 232)

Phone: (860) 665-7470 Call Lisa (ext 232)

www.pbeinc.com • view our entire inventory online! • www.eastpbe.com

1994 DRESSER TD7H, STK# D05581C, S/N P025643, 3471 HOURS, RECENT BOTTOM, GOOD RUNNING CONDITION, CALL EAST PBE! $17,900

2007 BOMAG BW177D-40, STK# R2423C, 3 HRS, 66” DRUM, ROPS-FOPS, CALL EAST PBE! ................................................................................$75,000

2006 KOMATSU PC200LC-8, STK# E05414C, S/N C60292, 4234 HRS, ESCO 42" BUCKET, MACHINE WELL MAINTAINED, GOOD CONDITION, CALL EAST PBE!....................................................................................................$94,500

1990 KOMATSU PC90-1, STK# E05832, S/N A5001, 7798 HRS, EXCAVATOR W/MANUAL COUPLER & 32” BKT, CALL PINE BUSH! ......................$22,000

2004 KOMATSU PC200LC-7, STK# E04517, S/N A86936, 2637 HOURS, 18'8" BOOM, 9'7" ARM, MULTI PATTERN CONTROL VALVE, THUMB, QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLER, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................$82,500

1995 CAT 924F, STK# W05253, S/N 6MN00226, 7200 HRS, CAB W/HEAT, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................................$32,500

EXCAVATORS 2001 CASE CX130K, STK# E05436, S/N DAC0713158, EXCAVATOR, 15’2” BOOM, 10’ ARM, 24” SHOES, CALL PINE BUSH!..................................................................................$33,500 HITACHI EX160LC, STK# E05537, S/N 13K002376, 6700 HRS, EXC. W/BKT & THUMB, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................$42,000 KOMATSU PC60-7E, STK# E06227X, S/N 52206, 4363 HOURS, STEEL TRACK EXCAVATOR W/ BLADE & HYD. THUMB, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$25,000 1990 KOMATSU PC90-1, STK# E05832, S/N A5001, 7798 HRS, EXCAVATOR W/MANUAL COUPLER & 32” BKT, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................................................................$22,000 2004 KOMATSU PC160LC-7, STK# E04518, S/N K40241, 4096 HRS, 16'11" BOOM, 8'7" ARM, PATTERN CHANGE VALVE, THUMB, 36" BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................................$60,000 1998 KOMATSU PC200LC-6 LE, STK# E05824, S/N A84245, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$43,000 2004 KOMATSU PC200LC-7, STK# E04517, S/N A86936, 2637 HS, 18'8" BOOM, 9'7" ARM, MULTI PATTERN CONTROL VALVE, THUMB, QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLER, CALL PINE BUSH! .......... ............................................................................................$82,500 2006 KOMATSU PC200LC-8, STK# E05414C, S/N C60292, 4234 HRS, ESCO 42" BUCKET, MACHINE WELL MAINTAINED, GOOD CONDITION, CALL EAST PBE!............................................$94,500 1996 KOMATSU PC300LC-6LC, STK# E04586X, S/N A80425, 7234 HRS, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................$72,000 1996 SAMSUNG SE210W-2, STK# E06260, S/N GAY1055, 6200

HOURS, RUBBER TIRE EXCAVATOR, HAMMER BRACKET, BLADE, OUT RIGGERS, CALL PINE BUSH!......................................$33,500 MINI EXCAVATORS 2008 KUBOTA KX121-3ST3, STK# E06261, S/N 70255, 1516 HOURS, EXCAVATOR, FULL CAB, A/C, COUPLER & THUMB, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$35,900 2009 KUBOTA KX161-3, STK# E05063, S/N 70332, 510 HRS, CAB, RADIO, ANGLE BLADE, COUPLER, THUMB, 24" BUCKET, RUBBER TRACKS, CALL PINE BUSH! ................................$52,000 2003 KUBOTA U35-1, STK# E06243, S/N 20381, CALL PINE BUSH!..................................................................................$22,400 VOLVO EC25, STK# E06303, S/N 28117745, 3000 HOURS, OPEN ROPS, RUBBER TRACK EXCAVATOR WITH THUMB, BUCKET & BLADE, CALL PINE BUSH! ..................................................$13,500 COMPACTOR 1991 REX SP848PD, STK# R05266X, S/N 8PHX1090, 2609 HRS, COMPACTOR, SHEEPS FEET, CALL PINE BUSH! ................$15,000 OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCKS 1996 MOXY MT30X, STK# H04588X, S/N 353574, CALL PINE BUSH!..................................................................................$39,000 TELESCOPIC BOOM LIFT 1999 GROVE AMZ50XT, STK# J04288X, S/N M48623, ALL WHEEL DRIVE, COMBINATION PROPANE-GASOLINE, CALL PINE BUSH!.... ............................................................................................$12,000 CRAWLER DOZERS 1987 CATERPILLAR D6H, STK# D04592X, 2831 HOURS, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$39,000

1994 DRESSER TD7H, STK# D05581C, S/N P025643, 3471 HOURS, RECENT BOTTOM, GOOD RUNNING CONDITION, CALL EAST PBE! ..........................................................................$17,900 1974 FIATALLIS 12GB, STK# C05742X, S/N 96Y02889, 3YD. CRAWLER LOADER, CALL PINE BUSH!................................$8,500 1987 KOMATSU D37E-2, STK# D06226X, S/N 1686, 7253 HOURS, DOZER W/OPEN ROPS AND 6 WAY BLADE, CALL PINE BUSH! ...... ............................................................................................$17,000 KOMATSU D39E-1, STK# D06277, S/N P095675, 3490 HOURS, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................$24,500 KOMATSU D85E-17, STK# D04590X, S/N 26682, 5298 HRS, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$45,000 LOADER BACKHOES 1997 CASE 580L, STK# B06304, S/N JJG0235103, 4WD, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$33,500 EARTHFORCE EF4, STK# B06299, 1183 HOURS, S/N 412190, OPEN ROPS, SKID STEER COUPLER, 12” BACKHOE BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................$11,000 FORD 555E, STK# B05192, S/N 031004825, 3821 HRS, S/N 031004825, BACKHOE LOADER, CAB, HEAT, EXTENDAHOE, SIDE DUMP BKT, CALL PINE BUSH!............................................$21,000 MOTOR GRADER 2000 LEEBOY 635B, STK# G05929, S/N 143, 300 HOURS, MOTOR GRADER, CALL PINE BUSH! ................................$23,900 ATTACHMENTS 8’ DOZER BLADE FOR A SKID STEER, STK# A05745C............POR ROLLERS

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2007 BOMAG BW177D-40, STK# R2423C, 3 HRS, 66” DRUM, ROPS-FOPS, CALL EAST PBE! ..........................................$75,000 SKID STEERS BOBCAT S185, STK# S05531, S/N 525012286, SKID STEER W/7 FT. POWER ANGLE PLOW, CALL PINE BUSH! ....................$18,500 BOBCAT S185, STK# S05928, S/N 525011021, TURBO SKIDSTEER, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................................$16,500 2004 KOMATSU SK820-5, STK# S03442X, S/N TF50093, SKIDSTEER WITH CAB, HEAT, PALLET FORKS, STEEL TRACKS, CALL EAST PBE! ................................................................$15,500 KOMATSU SK1020-5, STK# S05536, S/N A80031, 1250 HRS, SKID STEER W/CAB, MANUAL COUPLER, BKT, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................................................................$21,500 SWEEPER 2001 TERRAMITE TSS38, STK# L05837, S/N 21TS0114, 624 HRS, CALL PINE BUSH!........................................................$9,000 WHEEL LOADERS 1995 CAT 924F, STK# W05253, S/N 6MN00226, 7200 HRS, CAB W/HEAT, CALL PINE BUSH! ................................................$32,500 2001 KOMATSU WA250-3 MC, STK# W05617, S/N A71386, 3350 HRS, CALL PINE BUSH!......................................................$55,000 2005 KOMATSU WA320-5L, STK# W06246, S/N A32330, 5990 HOURS, CALL PINE BUSH! ................................................$85,000


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EROPS, Heat/AC, radio, new tracks. approx. 650 hrs ..................$39,500

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1998 Ingersoll Rand SD100D Pro-Pac Vib. Compactor

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2009 Link-Belt 218HSL, 160’ Boom, (2) 15’ Tube Jib Exts, 15T Swvl Hkball, 80T 4-Shv Hkblk, A&B Upper & Side Front Ctwts, 5’ Tip Ext., stk5383...... ......................................................................$POR

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

2011 Link-Belt RTC8065II, 65 Ton, 2 Winches w/2-Spd, 40-T 4-Shv QR Hkblk, Aux Lifting Sheave, Winch Roller 2-Drum, 8.5-Ton Swvl Hkball, Upper Heat & AC, 35-58’ Offset Fly, stk6193 ........................................................$POR

2008 National 14127A, 30’ Boom Ext., Hour Meter, O/R Controls Box, Sterling LT9513 410HP, stk4885 ..................................................$269,500

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

2007 National 13110H, 110’ Boom, 44’ Jib, 22’ SD Flatbed, Ctwt, SFO, Sterling LT9513, Air Shift PTO, 22’ Torsion Box, Rear Removable Boom Rack, stk4287 ........................................$199,500

2008 Terex RT230-1, 26-43’ Offset Jib, 7T Overhaul Ball, 30T 4-Shv Hkblk, Subheater Assy Kit, 5/8 x 450 Cable Assy, stk4581 ..............$POR

1985 National 666A, 12.5-Ton, 66’+42’, Ball, Single Sheave Block, Bulkhead, Steel Deck, Ford LN9000, Cummins, Tandem, stk6410 ......$19,500

2007 Link-Belt 108H5, 100’ Boom, Pile Driver Attachment, Boom Folding Equipment, 40T 4-Shv Hkblk, 8.5T Swvl Hkball, 36” Track Shoes, A/C, 10,000 lb. “B” Counterweight, 1 Upr & 2 Lwr Ctwts, stk4434........................................$409,500

2009 Link-Belt RTC8050II, 40T 4-Shv QR Hkblk, 8.5T Swvl Hkball, Aux Lifting Sheave, 28.5’-51’ Offset 2-Stage Fly, Upper Heat & AC, Rear Steer Indicator, stk5214 ........................................$POR

2010 Link-Belt TCC750, 60T 4-Shv QR Hkblk, 8.5T Swvl Hkball, Single Axis Ctrls, Auc Lifting Sheave, stk5699............................................$POR

2011 National 800D, 22’ SD Flat Bed, 29’-100’ 4Sect Boom, 44’ Jib, A/C, int’l 7500 330HP, Jake Brake, Trailer Pkg, stk6417 ..........................$POR


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N.Y.’s Tracey Road Equipment Joins Highway Equipment Sennebogen’s ‘Dealers of the Year’ Company Receives Sennebogen LLC recently recognized Tracey Road Equipment of Syracuse, N.Y., as one of its three top-selling distributors for 2010. All equipment distributors faced the challenges of the year’s difficult economy, but the top Sennebogen dealers succeeded by putting a personal face to their machinery lines. Along with Tracey Road Equipment, the three sales leaders included Top Lift Enterprises of Stoney Creek, Ontario, and Gibson Machinery of Cleveland, Ohio.

pride in his company’s ability to provide customers with the “total package.” “We know how to use financing as a tool to meet the customer’s needs. We can develop programs that fit their operation and help them with their plans for cash flow, taxes and investment opportunities,” said Dick Ridings, construction sales and finance manager. “Operating a rental fleet and accepting used equipment in trade gives Tracey additional flexibility to deliver the ‘total package.’ We always keep Sennebogen machines in our rental fleet and use them for demonstrations as well as to bridge short-term needs. Tracey Road Equipment also offers extended service contracts and full maintenance contracts on leased equipment, so customers can see their true cost of ownership up front.”

Tracey Remaps Territories Jerry Tracey, president of Tracey Road Equipment, said that he expects each member of his sales team to be a “true solution provider.” Tracey agreed with the other top-selling dealer principals that one key to success is to field a sales team that adds personal value to the customer. Tracey felt he was bucking an industry trend when he remapped his sales (L-R) are Dick Ridings, Constantino Lannes and Jerry Great Service Leads regions to give each repre- Tracey. to Loyal Customers sentative a smaller territory to Tracey’s service capabilicover. ty goes an extra step, too, “I want them to have less windshield time and more face with its own fully equipped machine shop for fabrication and time,” Tracey explained. “Our guys are becoming the equip- a hydraulic shop to handle cylinder and pump repairs inment managers for many of their clients. We know that our house as well as a complete body shop. Tracey’s commitcustomers are great at what they do; we just want to help ment to service and flexibility has paid off with the emerthem make sure they get the best equipment for the jobs they gence of a close connection with some of New York’s largest have to do. customer fleets. “We are very fortunate to have such quality personnel to Recycling continues to be a major growth sector for work with the customer and not only to make sure they get Tracey, although the firm plans to grow its presence in the right equipment, parts and service, but the right payment forestry and port applications over the next year. schedules too.” “We have plans for expansion and will be growing again Tracey has been representing Sennebogen equipment next year,” Tracey predicted. “We enjoy our relationship since 2007, but the firm’s territory was expanded from the with Sennebogen and we get great support from Anthony Syracuse area recently to cover all of New York state outside Laslavic, our Sennebogen regional sales manager. 2010 was of NYC. Tracey Road Equipment was started in 1976 and a good year for us, and we are already ahead of last year’s now operates five locations with more than 250 employees. pace.” Delivering the “Total Package” Along with the distinctive green line material handlers, Tracey is an authorized distributor of leading lines of construction and demolition equipment, and also is the regional dealer of Freightliner and Western Star Trucks. This mix of transportation and heavy equipment, according to Jerry Tracey, puts the firm in a unique position to plan its marketing and sales. “The auto market sees trends first,” he explained, “then the truck market and then construction. So we can see what’s coming and know how to respond in a timely fashion.” Whether he is supplying trucks or machinery, Tracey takes

Flexibility Requires Expertise Constantino Lannes, president of Sennebogen LLC, believes that the quality of personal service from his distributors has been an essential ingredient in the manufacturer’s rapid growth over the past 10 years. “The depth of the Sennebogen line and the engineering behind it allows us to be very flexible in matching our machines to the customer’s applications. We rely on high caliber sales people to fully understand the details of what the customer needs. Then we use this flexibility to develop exactly the right solution but it all starts with the right mindset.”

FINN Corp. Award

(L-R) are Chris Scofield, FINN Corporation; Al Springer, Highway Equipment Company; James Higgens, Angie Arnold, and Don Sharp, all of FINN Corporation; John McNally, Jim Langer, and Matt Jacobs, all of Highway Equipment Company.

During a recent FINN Corporation Dealer Sales Meeting, Highway Equipment Company was presented with the “2010 Dealer of the Year Don Sharp Award.” Highway Equipment has established itself as one of America’s leading sales and service providers of construction, landscaping, demolition, mining, quarrying and industrial material-handling machinery. They sell, rent, and service equipment throughout western Pennsylvania from three convenient locations: With the headquarters office located 22 mi. north of Pittsburgh in Zelienople, Pa., and two branch locations in McKean and DuBois, Pa. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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CHIPPER/STUMP GRINDERS 2007 BANDIT 150 CHIPPER, 1175 HRS, WINCH, AUTO FEED, LIFT CYLINDER ..SOLD $18,995 2005 BANDIT 254XP CHIPPER, 1190 HRS, AUTO FEED, QUAD FEED, WINCH, YOKE LIFT ............ ............................................................................................................................................$22,500 2009 BANDIT 2900T STUMP GRINDER, GREEN TEETH, 206 HRS, WIRELESS REMOTE ..$43,995 2000 RAYCO STUMP GRINDER, SELF PROPELLED, DUAL WHEELS, 1067 HOURS ........ $25,995 2004 VERMEER BC625 CHIPPER, AUTO FEED, VARIABLE SPEED AUTO FEED, 1200 HRS, TELESCOPING TONGUE ................................................................................................................$9,995 WHEEL LOADERS 1991 KOMATSU WA300-1, 4800 HRS, CAB, HEAT & A/C ..................................................$32,995 2008 NEW HOLLAND W130, FULL CAB, 510 HOURS, LIKE NEW MACHINE, CLEAN ......$96,995 2009 NEW HOLLAND W110, FULL CAB, 250 HOURS, 2.25CU YD. BUCKET, LIKE NEW MACHINE ..............................................................................................................................SOLD $87,995 MISCELLANEOUS 1996 MEYER ST-84 SNOW PLOW, MANUAL ANGLE, LOADER ARM MOUNTS ......................$750 FFC LAF-1474 SNOW PLOW, POWER ANGLE, SKID STEER QUICK ATTACH ......................$1,000 1996 NEW HOLLAND 716 SNOW THROWER, 3 POINT 2 STAGE THROWER ......................$1,999 2000 FREIGHTLINER BOX TRUCK, 15,038 MILES, REAR LIFT, SHELVING, COMPRESSOR $49,000 TEREX PS6AWS SITE DUMPER, 2139 HRS, FULL ROPS, 4.5CU YD. DUMP BKT ............$24,500 TEREX PS3000 SITE DUMPER, FULL ROPS, ARTICULATED DUMPER ..............................$13,500 2002 WOODS MODEL 1130 POST HOLE DIGGER ..................................................................$750 2004 UNIVERSAL AP450 PLANER, 18” COLD PLANER ......................................................$4,995 2010 GOOSEN/HARPER DB2700 DEBRIS BLOWER, 3 POINT MOUNT, PTO DRIVEN, 180 DEGREE AIR DEFLECTOR ....................................................................................................................$2,995 2004 GROUSER BAR TRACKS, STEEL TRACKS FOR LS180/185 SKID STEER, WHEEL SPACER .... ..............................................................................................................................................$1,500

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ARTBA Announces Development Hall of Fame Class Three distinguished American engineers have been selected for induction into the highest place of honor in the transportation design and construction industry: the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) Foundation’s “Transportation Development Hall of Fame.” Launched in 2010, the Hall honors individuals or families from the public and private sectors who have made extraordinary contributions to U.S. transportation development during their careers. A committee of judges comprised of construction industry journalists reviewed the nominees and selected: • James L. Lammie, former president and chief executive officer of Parsons Brinckerhoff; • Enoch Needles, a founding partner in HNTB Corporation; and • W. Denney Pate, senior vice president and principal bridge engineer at FIGG. Nominees were considered in two categories. Transportation Design & Construction Industry Leaders (Individuals or Families) This category honors men, women and families who have made significant contributions — beyond just having successful businesses or careers — that have notably

helped advance the interests and image of the transportation design, construction and safety industry. James L. Lammie Jim Lammie has a saying: “You don’t sit still. You either go forward or backward.” During a career that spanned more than 50 years, Lammie continually moved forward. He spent 30 years at Parsons Brinckerhoff and was president and CEO from 1990 to 1996. He was a key player in major transit development projects, including: Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, Pittsburgh’s light rail system, San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit, the Los Angeles Metro Blue and Red lines, Boston’s Central Artery/Tunnel project and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s Philadelphia elevated rapid transit line. Lammie helped turn Parsons Brinckerhoff into a global company, doubling its revenue and number of employees. He spearheaded development of programs to encourage young people, women and minorities to pursue careers in engineering and construction, and was a long-time leader in more than a half dozen national industry organizations. Enoch Needles, 1888-1972 Colonel Enoch Ray Needles had a prolific engineering career that spanned 45 years

and took him from the halls of Congress to the job sites of some of America’s landmark infrastructure projects. His legacy lives on as a founding partner in HNTB, today one of the nation’s largest engineering and architecture firms. Needles spearheaded the post World War II development of turnpikes and bridges in Maine, New Jersey, Florida, Missouri, Illinois and Delaware. He testified before Congress on transportation issues and was a distinguished leader in pushing for passage of the landmark 1956 law creating the Interstate Highway System. His voluntary service to the industry is legendary, having been the chief elected officer of four advocacy groups: the American Institute of Consulting Engineers, American Road Builders Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, and Engineers Joint Council. Transportation Design & Construction Industry Innovators This category honors the men and women who discovered or created a “game changing” product or process that significantly advanced transportation design, construction and/or safety. It seeks to honor the original innovator. W. Denney Pate Denney Pate wanted to design bridges since he was eight years old growing up in

north Alabama. He graduated with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering from Auburn University and bridges have been his passion during his 31 year career at Florida-headquartered FIGG. His experience on more than 30 cablestayed bridge designs led him to create a revolutionary cradle system that significantly improves the service life of a bridge and reduces initial construction costs. The cable-stay cradle system uses individual sleeves to carry strands through the pylon, allowing the strands to act independently. As a result, engineers can monitor individual strands and swap them out without closing the bridge, greatly improving ease of inspection and long-term maintenance. The system has been installed on bridges around the country and become a model for other major spans. The 2011 and 2010 classes were inducted Sept. 7 during a gala dinner at ARTBA’s TransOvation Workshop, held at the Lansdowne Resort & Conference Center in Leesburg, Va. Inductees from the inaugural 2010 class included: Bob Burleson, Florida Transportation Builders’ Association, the Lanford Family of Roanoke, Va., and the late Philip Koehring, founder of the Koehring Machine Company in Milwaukee, Wis.

The Rental Show to Return to New Orleans in February 2012 As The Rental Show returns to New Orleans for the first time in 10 years, the focus for 2012 is on “new.” In addition to new and innovative products available during the trade show annually, the show will include new and expanded educational opportunities, new events such as an evening at Mardi Gras World and new inspiration from keynote speaker Aron Ralston, the subject of the Academy Award-nominated film “127 Hours.” The Rental Show is Feb. 5 to 8 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Registration is now open, with special discount pricing available for a limited time. And with the trade show more than 90 percent sold and hotels filling up quickly, there’s a great enthusiasm about revisiting a place that has put into practice its own new and improved outlook since The Rental Show was last there in 2002. “It’s fitting that the American Rental Association is having a brand-new show in a city that has achieved renewal. ARA will be recognizing the significance of New Orleans’ revitalization during The Rental

Show,” said Chris Wehrman, American Rental Association CEO. “The association’s goal with the upcoming Show is to provide an engaging celebration of the rental industry as we move into the pivotal year of 2012. Show attendees will be able to see, learn from and take advantage of everything the industry offers. Most of all, attendees and exhibitors alike can share in a vision for the renewed spirit of rental as we continue to define and build market opportunities much like the spirit attendees will find in New Orleans. It’s definitely a can’t-miss event for all within the industry.” Here are highlights of The Rental Show 2012. • More educational opportunities, with 30 total seminars on Feb. 5, 7 and 8. New indoor/outdoor half-day product demonstration sessions are included, plus a half-day financial seminar with Steve Abercrombie, the session “Up Close and Personal With Dan Kaplan,” a new town hall session on family business issues and round-table discussions. • The keynote session with Aron Ralston,

who will share the account of his remarkable will to survive that was the basis for the movie “127 Hours.” Ralston’s story made headlines worldwide in 2003 when he was pinned by a half-ton boulder for nearly a week while hiking in Utah. He narrowly escaped death by severing his right forearm with a dull pocketknife. After applying a tourniquet, he hiked and rappelled for five hours before searchers in a helicopter miraculously rescued him. • New events include Crescent City Carnival on Feb. 7 at Mardi Gras World. A producer of floats, sculptures and props, Mardi Gras World creates most of the parades held for Mardi Gras in New Orleans from concept through completion. ARA’s Crescent City Carnival will feature a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the floats and how they’re created, with live entertainment, networking, food and beverages. Also new for 2012 is An Evening for ARAPAC, an event for ARA’s political action committee on Feb. 6 at the National World War II Museum where invited guests will be able to tour the displays and exhibits.

• Returning events include Lunch With ARA, Next Generation Reception and a revamped The Rental Show Golf Tournament on Feb. 5; Regional Receptions on Feb. 6; International Reception and the Reception With a Purpose featuring the ARA Foundation charity auction on Feb. 7. • Three days of trade show, Feb. 6 to 8. • Events & Tents on Feb. 4 to 5, continuing its Saturday/Sunday schedule from 2011 with an industry tour, networking reception, breakfast speaker and focused education including an indoor/outdoor demonstration seminar. Registration is open now for The Rental Show online, with a special $99 Internetonly rate available for ARA members through Oct. 31. (The prospective member rate is $199.) This includes three days of trade show, all show seminars and the keynote session. In addition, there are special early-bird hotel rates available for a limited time through Travel Planners, ARA’s official housing company. For more information, call 800/334-2177 or visit www.TheRentalShow.com.


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

724/947-2235 Day/Night Fax 724/947-3820 Call Andy Miller Established 1928 Our Greatest Assets .. Our Employees WHEEL LOADERS Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 Cat 936E, 1989, EROPS, 2.75 cy GP bkt, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$59,000 Komatsu WA250-3PT, 1999, EROPS w/AC, JRB coupler, bucket, forks 20.5x25, good cond. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$63,500 Komatsu WA500-1, 1992, EROPS, w/ A/C, high-reach, 6.5 cy GP bkt, 29.5x25 $79,500 John Deere 624G, 1996, EROPS, quick coupler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . .$89,500 COMPACTORS IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,500 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . .From $79,500 Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP gas engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever & remote . . .$4,000 to $10,000 (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . .$4,000 - $6,500

LANDSCAPING Case 480 Broom Tractor, frt mounted 6' sweepster broom, ROPS . . . . . . . .$13,000 Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor, 1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . .$10,500 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" hydraulic broom . . . . . .$11,500 Taylor-Way 12' Transport Disc, 24" discs, (4) tires, hyd lift, exc . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500

CRAWLER LOADERS

MOTOR SCRAPERS Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . .$49,500 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, OFF ROAD HAULERS Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 (2) Cat 637 scrapers, 1975, 91P series, dual Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 engine, OROPS, good rubber . .$23,500 Ea. hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently off work), work HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . .$145,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29,000 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 hitch rebuilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, rubber, operational . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . .. Kobelco SK200LC Extra Long Reach, 1993, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 32" TBG pads, 42' reach, nice . . . .$68,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$87,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . .$57,000 hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” CRAWLER TRACTORS boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, Cat D6H, 1987, Semi U blade w/tilt, ROPS, bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . .$255,000 fair U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,000 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, aJRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice blade, winches, v. good . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade .. of bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$77,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85,000 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” (2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$97,500 Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG CRANES pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, Broderson IC80-1B, 1984, 8.5 ton, Perkins work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL dsl, OROPS, 20’ boom,, 3500hrs, good . . . .. Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition dual fuel, 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs$21,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . .. TRUCKS & TRAILERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 Drott 3330B Carry Deck, 7.5 ton capacity, (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good dsl, 4 section boom 8' jib . . . . . . . .$14,500 Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000

AIR COMPRESSORS IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL SPECIALS Vermeer 5800 Trencher, 1997, 4 cyl dsl eng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,900 (12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a tow-type, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $5,200 IAmerican Augers 16" Boring Machine, 10 HP gas, 35,000# thrust, 30' track . .$7,500 BACKHOES Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . .$24,500 Volvo BL60, 2006, 4x4, EROPS, ext hoe, aux hyd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32,500 CRUSHING & CONVEYING Read RD90B screening plant, 1994, Lister diesel, dual tires on axle, hyd extensions, good condition, work ready . . . . . .$32,500 Viper 301 Portable Screening Plant, 1997, dsl, 5'x7'. side & rear conveyors, T/A carrier. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL DRILLS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Duraquip dust collection . . .$150,000 MISCELLANEOUS (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea.

ATTACHMENTS BUCKETS PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . .$9,500 Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple Buckets in Stock -Call For Your Needs FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 (5) Cat 936/926/950 pallet forks, for a Balderson quick coupler, exc. cond . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,500 Ea. Others Available Call Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection All Equipment is Owned & Operated By ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.


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Swank completed the northbound deck of Bridge 8 in 2010.

Roadway approach work on the southbound lanes of Bridge 8 (SR 885) will be complete by early fall of this year.

Mifflin Road Bridges Near Completion in Western Pa. MIFFLIN from page 1

Both bridges 7 and 8 are receiving complete bridge preservation work, including replacement of neoprene beam pads, new bridge barriers, expansion dams, highway lighting and drainage. There also is approximately 70 to 90 ft. (21 to 27 m) of approach work for the bridges. Bridge 8 is a 500-ft. (152 m), six-span dual bridge with two northbound and two southbound lanes separated by a mountable curb. It carries SR 885 over Streets Run Road (a.k.a. Baldwin Road), Streets Run and the Allegheny Valley Railroad. In 2010, the northbound deck was completed and traffic has been routed to this deck while the two lanes of the southbound bridge are renovated.

A southern-facing aerial view of the Mifflin Road Bridges project.

This bridge also has a dedicated exit lane for Streets Run Road. PennDOT estimates that crews are about six weeks ahead of schedule on this bridge, which should be fully open in late September. Bridge 7 is located approximately .25 mi. (.4 km) north of Bridge 8, and it exclusively carries southbound SR 885 over Glass Run Road. The 130-ft. (40 m) bridge was closed on May 23, 2011, and a detour was put in place, making northbound 885 a bi-directional road for the duration of the project. PennDOT reopened the bridge on Aug. 13. Work on the SR 2046 / Streets Run Road Bridge began in July 2010. Swank is performing a complete bridge and culvert removal, and widening the two lanes from 24 to 50 ft. (7.3 to 15 m) to accommodate truck traffic. The bridge cross-

es over Streets Run, a 10-ft. (3 m) wide tributary of the Monongahela River. The Lane Construction Corporation, Pittsburgh office, was subcontracted for the bituminous paving work on Streets Run Road. Other subcontractors on the project include Zavalla Inc. of Pittsburgh for electrical work; Protection Services Inc. (PSI), headquartered in Harrisburg, for traffic control; and Robinson Pipe Cleaning of Pittsburgh for pipe cleaning. Additionally, Green Acres Contracting of Scottdale is providing guiderails, and Strongstown B&K, based in Strongstown, was contracted for structural work, including a mounted barrier for Bridge 8 to protect the bridge that is open to traffic. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

The Allegheny Valley Railroad did its part to improve the Streets Run Road Bridge by placing precast concrete units in between the tracks and installing new cross arms.


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UNBEATABLE POWER AND EFFICIENCY. New Holland loader backhoes out-push, out-dig, and out-power the competition. • 4.5-liter turbocharged engines – more horsepower and more torque • Superior backhoe dig force and crowd power – outstanding performance in tough or hard-packed conditions • Narrowest backhoe boom in the market – the best visibility into the trench • Fast backhoe swing – faster cycle times • Tool Carrier and Long Reach versions available See your New Holland construction equipment dealer today.

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2000 Manitowoc 2250 300 ton, Series III ctwt option, 260' boom, Cummins diesel, S/N: 2251051 FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

2004 Shuttlelift 3340B 10.5 ton, diesel engine, 13'-32' boom w/ 12' - 18' jib, block & ball, 220 hours FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

2009 Elliott G85R 85' working height, 16' steel floor, 5,900 lb. winch, 40" x 60" platform w/ jib, 33,000 GVWR, cab guard, 2009 Sterling Actera, 110 volt, Allison Auto FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

1999 Link-Belt 238H 150 ton, 240' boom, carbody jack, Ctwt removal system, S/N: F519-1753 FOB: Virginia P.O.R.

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Distribution of Infrastructure Funds Remains Uncertain SOLUTIONS from page 1

• American Infrastructure Financing Authority introduced by Sen. John Kerry (D–MA). It would be funded by a one-time appropriation of $10 billion for loans and loan guarantees to eligible infrastructure projects. It does not authorize borrowing of money, and would consider many different kinds of infrastructure projects. • The National Infrastructure Development Bank Act introduced by Rep. Rose DeLauro (D–CT). It would be capitalized by annual appropriations of $5 billion for five years, and would issue debt instruments that would not be guaranteed by the federal government. It would provide loans and loan guarantees on many different kinds of infrastructure projects. • National Infrastructure Bank proposed by President Obama in his FY 2012 budget would be funded by authorization of $5 billion per year in each of the next six years. It would function under the U.S. Department of Transportation. It would provide loans, loan guarantees, and grants for transportation projects. The proposals are more alike than they are different, but some differences are noted by critics. The administration’s NIB idea, for example, proposes to authorize distribution of funds in “loans, loan guarantees, and grants.” Grants, of course, are not paid back, which Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) observed is not how a bank operates. “Institutions that give away money without requiring repayment are properly called ‘foundations,’ not ‘banks,’” publicly commented the senator, who is the ranking member of the Senate Environmental and Public Works Committee. “Banks don’t give out grants; they give out loans. There is also currently a mechanism for giving out federal transportation grants: It is called the highway bill. I don’t believe an infrastructure bank will increase total transportation investment; it will only take money away from what would otherwise go through the existing highway and transit programs.” The two congressional infrastructure bank bills are faulted by opponents for different reasons. The Kerry proposal relies on congressional appropriations for its

funding. Unlike banks, which borrow money at one interest rate and lend it at a higher rate, Kerry’s “bank” takes the money from the federal till and spends it, which is no different from any other stimulus appropriation. The DeLauro proposal would function more like a bank, acting as an intermediary in project funding, but it would not guarantee any third-party loans secured by contractors. That would seem to be a less risky use of tax dollars as seed money. However, opponents of the bill note that the “development bank” would operate very much like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac did in the housing market, with disastrous results for the economy when the bubble burst. The debts of those agencies weren’t guaranteed either, but a $150 billion infusion of tax dollars subsequently was ordered up by Congress to bail them out. How to Distribute the Money Aside from questions about the structure of an NIB and sourcing of its funds, skeptics also question assurances that the funds would be distributed according to true national priorities and genuine local need. Randal O’Toole, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, alludes to the Fannie Mae controversy in referring to the bank proposal as “Trannie Mae” and expresses confidence that it would “become one more source of pork and social engineering.” However, proponents say that will not be the case. Though an actual instrument to prioritize distribution has not been revealed, assurances are given that this time it will be different. “An infrastructure bank helps keep politics out of the equation,” U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue said in a statement of support. “Careful procedures have been established to ensure that projects that receive funds or loan guarantees are based on merit and are of national or regional significance.” Yet there appears to be no inorganic mechanism that will force the bank to actually operate clear of political influence. Robert Poole, director of transportation policy at the Reason Foundation

(which has generally endorsed the bank idea), questions whether “an entity beholden to the president and Congress would really be able to do that.” “As part of SAFETEA-LU, Congress actually created a program called Projects of National and Regional Significance,” Poole wrote when the infrastructure bank first was proposed by the Obama administration. “It appropriated $1.7 billion for the PNRS program, intended to fund a handful of projects of great benefit but with such high costs or benefits beyond the jurisdiction of a single state or region that those entities could or would not fund them. What happened? Members of Congress proceeded to earmark the entire $1.7 billion, parceling it out to 25 highway, railroad, intermodal, and transit projects.” Everyone involved in the discussion seems to value the idea of funding a project according to merit, rather than doing so because it is in the congressional district of an influential congressman or in a state a president needs to pull into his electoral vote column. Jim Kessler, vice president for policy in the Third Way organization, says, “A national infrastructure bank would make a critical contribution by supporting projects on merit and harnessing public and private capital to bridge the infrastructure gap.” Says James Corless, director of Transportation for America: “Because projects would compete based on merit, it would help to select the investments that do the most to advance our national goals, whatever the mode: rail, highway, ports or public transportation." So merit is the gold standard in evaluating projects. What gives skeptics pause is that, presumably merit always has been the standard in distributing public funds. Yet in recent years that standard clearly has been ignored, with bridges and roads to nowhere being funded and built. Kessler and Corless are part of a national coalition of organizations and political leaders endorsing and promoting the NIB. Among the members are such heavyweights as: Gov. Ed Rendell of Pennsylvania; Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York City; Andrew Herrman, chairman of an

American Society of Civil Engineers report card on U.S. infrastructure; Stephen E. Sandherr, CEO of Associated General Contractors of America; Pete Ruane, president and CEO of American Road & Transportation Builders Association, and Mark H. Ayers, president of the Building and Construction Trades Department of the AFL-CIO. A Bipartisan Issue Coalition member Robert Puentes, senior fellow in the Brookings Institution’s Metropolitan Policy Program, believes the NIB is “no silver bullet, but if appropriately designed and with sufficient political autonomy, it could improve the efficiency and effectiveness of future federal infrastructure projects of national significance.” Puentes says such a result is possible because the issue of efficient funding is a bipartisan issue. “I don’t want to be naive,” he says, “but the key elements of a national infrastructure bank span political ideologies.” He cites such overriding principles as the need for a better project selection process and more accountability for funds expended, as well as the need to maintain existing infrastructure and deliver projects more efficiently. “These are not Republican or Democratic issues. So substantively, there is nothing that should prevent action,” Puentes says. Some observers believe infrastructure banks are a federal-state issue. That’s the position of U.S. Rep. John Mica (R-FL), chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, who prefers that states establish infrastructure banks. “That way they won’t have to come to Washington to get approval.” In fact, 33 states already operate such banks, using revolving loans and loan guarantees to fund priority projects. Some of the state infrastructure banks, or SIBs, use federal transportation money to capitalize their accounts; others fastidiously avoid commingling federal money in an SIB so that federal regulations on expending the funds don’t come into play. Other issues surround the NIB proposal. One is the impact of union labor on project costs, which

critics say is not addressed in NIB legislation. American Banker, the 176-year-old industry publication for the financial and banking community, offered the view last November that project labor agreements requiring union labor undercut the NIB premise of getting the most project for the money. “Proponents argue that the NIB will include charter limitations to safeguard that funds get directed to infrastructure projects with the highest (public) returns, but that’s never worked,” declared Kevin Villani, a guest columnist and former chief economist at Freddie Mac. “Federal government policy entrenches rather than bypasses the labor cost problem.” Villani noted that the $867 billion stimulus bill was “not designed in the spirit of FDR’s public works projects to get the ‘most jobs for the buck.’ DavisBacon Act hiring requirements and project labor agreements maintain the artificially high union wage rates for private-sector employees, and spend the ‘most bucks for the job.’” It is relevant to note that Associated Builders and Contractors has taken no position on the infrastructure bank. Rather, it is focusing its lobbying efforts in 2011 on eliminating the aforementioned public labor agreements. One premise of NIB supporters is that its board of directors somehow would come together and agree on what constitutes true priorities in infrastructure work. Certainly no such agreement exists widely today. A constituency in Congress along with the president is pushing for funding mass transit projects, for example, while another congressional contingent prefers to maintain existing highway networks and build new ones. With only a finite pool of money available to spend, who is to say where the true priority lies? The DeLauro infrastructure proposal in the House has a softer focus on infrastructure priorities. Her bankers would evaluate projects according to such yardsticks as job creation, reduction in carbon emissions, pollution reductions, and training for low-income workers, to name some. Consequently, the “merits” of, say, a transportation project might end up having see SOLUTIONS page 40


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Such public-private partnerships are envisioned by bank supporters, with NIB money leveraging private money to complete largescale projects. Pete Ruane of ARTBA testified to Congress in July about the power of public-private cooperation. “Congress should certainly pursue innovative methods of delivering transportation improvements and attempt to leverage public sector resources with private sector funds through proven programs… (as well as) new concepts such as an infrastructure bank,” Ruane testified. He went on to warn that “innovative financing is a supplement to core public sector investment…While not a panacea, bank projects could be ‘game changers’ and catalysts to major productivity and efficiency gains for our national economy.” Could be. Or NIB could be just another federal agency handing out project money with strings attached, just like the departments of Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, Education, Energy, Defense and every similar agency in Washington.

Construction Employment Rises in 136 of 337 U.S. Metro Areas EMPLOYMENT from page 1

infrastructure investments.” Chicago-Joliet-Naperville, Ill. added more construction jobs (12,900 jobs, 11 percent) than any other metro area during the past year while Lake County-Kenosha County, Ill.-Wis., added the highest percentage (23 percent, 2,900 jobs). Other areas adding a large number of jobs included the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown area (7,200 jobs, 4 percent); Santa Ana-Anaheim-Irvine, Calif. (3,800 jobs, 6 percent); the DetroitDearborn-Livonia area (3,700 jobs, 20 percent) and Dallas-Plano-Irving (3,300 jobs, 3 percent). The largest job losses were in the AtlantaSandy Springs-Marietta area (minus 8,300 jobs, minus 9 percent); followed by New York City (minus 6,600 jobs, minus 6 percent); Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale (minus 5,500 jobs, minus 5 percent); Los Vegas-Paradise (minus 5,400 jobs, minus 12 percent) and Denver-Aurora-Broomfield (minus 4,700 jobs, minus 6 percent). Both Lewiston, Idaho (minus 18 percent, minus

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Godwin Pumps Lends Support to Irene Relief Efforts Godwin Pumps, manufacturer of the Dri-Prime automatic self-priming, dry-running pump continues to support emergency relief efforts throughout the East Coast after Hurricane Irene. “We fleeted 85 diesel Dri-Prime pumps last week,” said Grant Salstrom, Godwin’s chief operating officer. “This speaks volumes about the commitment of our people and the collaboration between our branches, sales, manufacturing, dispatch, delivery and field mechanics.” As Irene’s path unfolded throughout the week, Godwin Pumps delivered in excess of 350 Dri-Prime pumps from eight east coast branches in support of municipal, industrial and even recreational flood relief applications, including controlling water levels in Citizens Bank Park — home of the Philadelphia Phillies. “Our goal was keeping our customers above water,” said Salstrom. “So much so that we skipped painting the pumps our signature orange color in an effort to get them where they needed to be before they were needed. I’m sure the Phillies didn’t care if it wasn’t orange, as long as the bullpen stayed dry.” Godwin also rented dozens of portable diesel generators. “It’s one thing to say you’re an emergency response company. It’s another thing to take the calls, build the pumps, load, deliver and set equipment up at all hours of the night, in all sorts of conditions. Responsiveness is in the DNA of Godwin employees,” said Salstrom. “With so much flooding left to control, our work on In an effort to keep its customers ahead of the flood waters, Godwin’s Pumps helped control water levels in Citizens Bank Park — home of the Hurricane Irene is not yet complete. However, I am proud of the Godwin Pumps sent pumps out without taking the time to paint effort that our team put forth,” he said. them its signature orange color. Philadelphia Phillies.

SANY America Opens Corporate HQ in Peachtree City, Ga. SANY America is opening its new corporate headquarters in Peachtree City, Ga. On Aug. 26, SANY America began transitioning its assets to the new 400,000 sq. ft. office and manufacturing facility and employees began reporting to the location Aug. 29. “For the last fourteen months we have pursued an aggressive construction schedule to complete our new manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters,” said SANY America President Jack Tang. “Over the weekend, we moved our company into the new office space, and all of our departments are now under a single roof,” he added. While SANY is a newcomer to the North American heavy equipment market, the company is well-established in Asia’s booming construction sector. This year, SANY Heavy Industry joined the Financial Times Global 500 list and the Forbes World’s Most Innovative Companies list. “We are looking forward to ramping up production in our manufacturing area,” Tang said. “By the end of this year, we should have our first concrete pump trucks roll off of our assembly line, and then it will only be a short time before we are producing our cranes and hydraulic excavators as well,” he included. The facility in Peachtree City, Ga., features a 400,000 sq. ft. manufacturing and assembly area. To date, SANY has invested $60 million in the site.

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The New York State Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. Counties: Cayuga, Cortland, Onondaga and Seneca Project No.: D261695 Project: Install of epoxy reflectorized pavement strips on various highways at various locations. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Accent Stripe Inc. — $1,271,532 • Denville Line Painting Inc. — $1,567,440 • Oglesby Construction Inc. — $1,789,927 Counties: Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens and Richmond Project No.: D261713 Project: Where and when emergency repair contract. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Burtis Construction Company Inc. — $6,847,000 • Ahern Painting Contractors Inc. — $6,899,980 • E Daskal Corp — $7,117,840 • El Sol Contracting/El Sol Limited Enter — $7,246,895 • TWI Construction Corp. — $7,382,702 • Perfetto Enterprises Inc. — $7,399,204 • Oliveira Contracting Inc. — $7,444,800 • RML Construction Inc. — $7,641,730 • Navillus Tile/Dba Navillus Con — $9,707,300 • Restani Construction/DBA Excellent — $9,989,150 Counties: Columbia, Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Ulster and Westchester Project No.: D261714 Project: Bridge washing and deck sealing at various locations. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Dandrow’s Painting Inc. — $2,100,000 • Dom's Lawn Maker Inc. — $2,872,704 Counties: Columbia, Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Ulster and Westchester Project No.: D261728 Project: Safety 10/11 Highway where and when. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Ben Ciccone Inc. — $946,247 • Sun Up Enterprises Inc. — $980,302 • Lancaster Development Inc. — $1,007,018 • Burtis Construction Company Inc. — $1,031,511 • McNamee Construction Corp. — $1,033,722 County: Monroe Project No.: D61717 Project: Restoration of 4.4 mi. of existing concrete pavement on Route 390 in the town of Greece. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Ramsey Constructors Inc. — $2,978,086 • Crane Hogan Structural Systems — $3,444,888 • Sealand Contractors Corp. — $4,880,354

County: Nassau Project No.: D261721 Project: HOV access improvements on I-495, Exit 37 to 38, in the town of North Hempstead. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Village Dock Inc. — $2,320,491 • Newborn Construction Inc. — $2,358,467 • United Fence and Guard Rail — $2,668,838 • A.L.A.C. Contracting Corp. — $3,210,210 • DCA Construction LTD — $4,578,003

County: Cattaraugus Project No.: D261657 Project: Asphalt concrete single course mill and overlay on Route 950A (5.76 mi.) in the towns of South Valley, Cold Springs and Seneca Nation of Indians Territory. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Sicar Management and Construction — $1,237,804 • Amherst Paving Inc. — $1,355,039 • D&H Excavating Inc. — $1,397,749 • Occhino Corp. — Informal

County: Albany Project No.: D261729 Project: Bridge pier repairs at 10 locations in downtown Albany. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Bette & Cring LLC — $1,672,958 • Economy Paving Company Inc. — $1,766,802 • Da Collins Construction Company Inc. — $1,855,791 • Vector Construction Corp. — $2,337,660 • Reale Construction Company Inc. — $2,415,000

Counties: Cayuga, Cortland, Onondaga and Tompkins Project No.: D261726 Project: Guide rail and other safety improvements at various locations on N.Y. Routes 13, 34B, 38, 41 and 90 in Region 3. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Slate Hill Constructors Inc. — $1,289,826 • Vector Construction Corp. — $1,315,999 • Economy Paving Company Inc. — $1,378,522 • Barrett Paving Materials Inc. — $1,483,055 • Suit-Kote Corp. — $1,546,104 • CCI Companies Inc. — $1,594,367

Counties: Clinton, Franklin and St. Lawrence Project No.: D261734 Project: Rustic box beam guide rail replacement inside the Adirondack Park on various routes. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Cardona & Sons Inc. — $1,626,467 • F & R Unlimited LLC — $1,692,478 • Pavilion Drainage Supply Company — $1,739,344 • Elderlee Inc. — $1,745,363 • EMI Guide Rail LLC — $1,831,738

County: Chemung Project No.: D261731 Project: 3.4 mi. of asphalt concrete milling and resurfacing with intersection improvements on Route 14 in the towns of Horseheads and Elmira. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Bothar Construction LLC — $1,581,569 • Villager Construction Inc. — $1,676,278 • Dolomite Prod/dba A L Blades — $2,115,774 • Chemung Contracting Corp. — $2,121,212


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Strong Farm Equipment Sales Drive Up Deere 3Q Profit By Josh Funk AP BUSINESS WRITER

Strong sales of Deere & Co.’s farm equipment pushed up the company’s third-quarter net income by 15 percent, and it boosted its 2011 outlook after beating Wall Street expectations for both quarterly revenue and profit, but none of that appeared to satisfy investors Aug. 17. Analysts raised concerns about how much cost increases were hurting Deere’s margins, and the company’s outlook for the year represented only a modest improvement from conservative earlier predictions. Deere said it benefited from strong sales, the weak dollar and price increases. Equipment sales outside the United States and Canada grew 49 percent. They rose 10 percent in the United States and Canada. Deere’s net income was $712.3 million, or $1.69 per share, in the quarter that ended July 31. That’s up from $617 million, or $1.44 per share, in the same period last year. The company, based in Moline, Ill., said its quarterly revenue grew 22 percent to $8.4 billion from $6.84 billion. Analysts surveyed by FactSet on average expected earnings per share of $1.67 on

$7.52 billion revenue. Edward Jones analyst Jeff Windau said investors may have been expecting still more because of recent strength in the agriculture sector. “There’s just some concern about profitability,’’ Windau said. Deere said its costs increased 23 percent to $7.29 billion in the quarter from last year’s $5.92 billion as raw materials and research and development grew more expensive. Deere is rolling out new products to comply with new EPA air pollution regulations so its R&D costs have risen considerably. Another reason for the share drop might be that Japan’s earthquake and tsunami proved to be a much smaller drag on earnings than expected, said Credit Suisse analyst Jamie Cook. Deere predicted earlier this year that the Japanese disaster would cut its sales by $300 million, but the actual impact was about $70 million. Cook said that lesser impact bumped up Deere’s third-quarter earnings about 9 cents per share and helped Deere beat Wall Street expectations. Deere expects its 2011 equipment sales to grow 25 percent to $29.47 billion. That’s up

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from a previous forecast for 20 percent growth. Analysts were expecting 2011 sales of $29.05 billion, according to FactSet. The company also slightly lifted its profit forecast, from $2.65 billion to $2.7 billion, or about $6.40 per share. Jefferies & Co. analyst Stephen Volkmann told clients Aug. 17 that Deere’s quarterly results were good but not great and its forecast for 2011 profit suggests a disappointing fourth quarter. Deere’s 2011 net income forecast is in line with Wall Street expectations, but that would mean fourth quarter results of about $1.39 per share that would fall about 5 cents per share short of expectations, Volkmann said. Still, Chairman and CEO Samuel Allen said global trends in food, as well as demand for shelter and infrastructure, have provided positive signals going forward. “We remain confident that these positive macroeconomic trends have staying power and should prove rewarding to the company and its stakeholders in the years ahead,’’ Allen said. Allen said the recent turmoil in financial markets and concerns about the health of the global economy have added some uncertainty to Deere’s short-term outlook.

But Deere officials still feel good about the outlook for farming worldwide, which should translate into strong demand for the company’s tractors, combines and other equipment. “The global ag fundamentals are still extremely strong. I can’t emphasize enough that [the] USDA report was very positive for global agriculture,’’ said Marie Ziegler, Deere’s treasurer. The company is now predicting U.S. farmers will get cash receipts of about $377 billion in 2011, up from $325 million last year. In another important market, Deere trimmed its prediction for Brazilian farm income to $20.2 billion from an earlier forecast of $26.1 billion. But that result would still be better than last year’s $15.4 billion farm income in Brazil. Deere’s results offer an indication of how well farmers worldwide are doing. In addition to agricultural equipment, Deere makes construction and forestry equipment, such as backhoes, excavators, riding mowers and leaf blowers. But construction and forestry sales represent a small portion of Deere’s business compared to its agricultural equipment.

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From the Bleachers Yes, Hank Jr., I am really ready for some football! But unlike all those gridiron guzzlers out there, I’m not ready for all of it. What’s that? Sure, I’ll explain. I don’t live and die with pro football, but I enjoy watching NFL teams play, even though the game is way too brutal. I’m fired up about what I’m hoping to be a significantly improved Buffalo Bills team. I’m squeezing for the Saints to bring another Super Bowl victory celebration to Bourbon Street down in New Orleans. I want to see QBs Ryan Fitzpatrick and Drew Brees light it up. I’m anxious to see how well Michael Vick plays for the Philadelphia Eagles. I’m curious to see if Reggie Bush performs better for the Miami Dolphins than he did the Saints — and since he’s now in the AFC East, I hope he doesn’t, at least not against the Bills. I wonder when (if?) Peyton Manning will be back under center for the Indianapolis Colts. In other words, questions abound. And only time will provide the answers. It should be — and let’s hope I’m right — an interesting season. I’m sorry, Hank, but that’s where my interest in football ends, Hank. No, college football,

especially Division I college football, does not turn me on. In fact, it’s 180 degrees from there: It not only turns me off, but almost makes me toss my cookies. See, Hank, in case you haven’t noticed, there is nothing phony about the NFL. It’s all about winning and owners, general managers and coaches don’t pretend anything else means anything. Why? Because it doesn’t. As Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis said decades ago: Just win, baby. In the NFL, there are no so-called student athletes. They’re all there for fame and fortune and make no bones about it. And it’s the same for thousands of college players, but they just won’t admit it. There are exceptions, of course. My favorite is former Minnesota Vikings defensive Alan Page, a Pro Football Hall of Fame player who became a Minnesota Supreme Court Justice. I remember his saying once how surprised he was at training camp that so many of the defensive linemen couldn’t even read the Vikings playbook. Why? Well, in case you haven’t noticed lately, there are several big-time football programs that have broken the rules to keep players aca-

demically eligible so the head coach can win enough games to keep his job. Or, the schools have seen to it that some superstar gets enough of whatever under the table so he won’t leave. Thanks to the National Collegiate Asinine Association, coaches, cousins, wealthy alumni — in fact, nobody except mom and dad can provide a college player with anything that can be counted or has a price tag on it. It’s a problem that needs to be solved. A friend of mine suggested the other day it would be better if big-time college football players didn’t have to enroll at school, just get a year of free education for every year they played for the team. There has never been any doubt in my mind that there are many more D-I programs that haven’t been caught cheating yet. Maybe even many more than many. And I was right. The NCAA reported earlier this summer that only 103 of the 120 colleges in the Bowl Championship Series have committed a major violation in one of their sports programs. And only four of the clean 17 — Boston College, Northwestern, Penn State, and Stanford — are in one of the six BCS conferences. The problem is, of course, that there is so much pressure on D-I head coaches to win

enough games to get invited to a bowl game that results in money for the school. Still, if you tied the college president and the athletic director in a chair and whipped them with a rubber hose, they’d never admit that. Hey, sometimes the truth hurts worse than a rubber hose. Having said all this, I will still cheer for my alma mater, the Northwestern State U. Demons, to have a good season. And if they lose to the Demons, I won’t mind if LSU Tigers have a great season, even win the national championship (oh, and don’t get caught). Otherwise, it would tickle me pink if Auburn, Miami, Southern Cal, Ohio State and those other you-know-who cheaters all went 011. Sometime, somewhere and somehow, the NCAA should clean up all that garbage piled up in D-I athletics. Will it happen? No way as long as it remains the PFO — the Phony Football Organization. (Rick Woodson is a regular columnist for the “Rochester Business Journal” in Rochester, N.Y., and is the author of “Words of Woodson”, a collection of sports columns, available at www.authorhouse.com and www.thegolftee.net. Woodson’s e-mail address is rwoodson@rochester.rr.com. )


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what contractors charge for construction projects — increased between 1.0 and 1.3 percent in July and from 2.3 to 3.1 percent for the year, depending on building type. With the exception of school construction, the monthly increases are at their highest rate of growth in two years, and the annual increases for all types of new construction are all at two-year highs. Sandherr noted that the producer price index for all construction materials increased by 0.3 percent in July and 8.9 percent over the past 12 months. Contractors got some relief, however, from rising diesel prices in July, as prices declined by 1.8 percent for the month, yet diesel prices are still 49.9 percent higher than a year ago. Meanwhile, prices for copper ores experienced the highest rate of increase in July, 7.0 percent, and are up 33.9 percent for the year. Prices rose sharply in July for a num-

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Readying for Selective Catalytic Reduction in Cold Weather By David W.H. Fenderson SPECIAL TO CEG

Since the early 1990s the Environmental Protection Agency has been pushing the requirements for reductions in particulate and NOx emissions for modern diesel engines. These reductions are targeted to reduce the environmental impact and the health hazards associated with diesel emissions. The 2010 requirements are .20 (g/hphr) an 83 percent reduction and .01 PM (g/hp-hr) a 90 percent reduction since 1994. One 1994 on-highway engine will emit the same amount of pollutants as 65 of the equivalent engines that were built in 2010. Many changes have occurred in both engine technology and fuels in the last 15 years to meet these stringent EPA requirements. Most notably the sulfur content of diesel fuels has dropped from 500 PPM in 1993 to 15 PPM in 2006. Additionally engine manufactures have employed changes in engine timing, EGR, and diesel exhaust particulate filtration, and most recently SCR to meet these mandated emission levels. SCR will be the most foreign and most noticeable change in truck engine design and performance, and may be the final chapter in reducing NOx emissions. Historically NOx emission requirements have been managed

through a combination of engine timing changes and EGR. Although these changes have benefited the environment they have challenged both engine maintenance and fuel economy. SCR is an exhaust after- treatment that manages NOx emissions downstream of the diesel particulate filter and uses DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) to neutralize toxic NOx gasses. DEF is injected into the emissions, which react with the NOx and the catalyst creating harmless nitrogen gas and water vapor. SCR allows the engine to function at higher combustion temperatures, providing increased fuel efficiency and power. It has been reported that fuel consumption could be improved as much as 6.5 percent with trucks using SCR as their chosen method for NOx reduction. The application of DEF in the engine will be simple as each truck will be outfitted with an outboard storage tank between 3 and 24 gal. depending on class of vehicle. The level of NOx in the emissions system will transmit a need for DEF to be injected into the system as a fine mist. This DEF mist will hydrolyze into ammonia gas (NH3) and react with the NOx in the SCR catalyst to form nitrogen and water. DEF is a high purity mixture of 32.5 percent urea and deionized water meeting the stringent ISO 22241-1 quality standards.

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The amount of DEF required will vary by engine manufacturer, horsepower, and load, however, on average one can expect to use 3 to 5 percent of DEF as a relation to fuel consumed. The average truck going 100,000 miles per year at 6 miles per gallon will consume between 500 and 850 gallons of DEF. Although the 2010 engines are more costly to purchase than later model engines, this cost, as well as the cost to purchase DEF will be offset by a much cleaner and safer environment for generations to come as well as significant improvements in fuel consumption. The critical issues surrounding DEF will be handling and storage as any contamination to the fluid will result in significant threats to the catalysts and engine performance. It also is very important to use only a certified DEF as both the urea as well as the water used to blend DEF are required to meet specifications with very close tolerances. DEF is being made available through many channels of distribution both at the pump and in packages. It will be advisable to top off DEF tanks during routine maintenance and inspections as well as carry a 2.5 gallon bottle on board the truck as an emergency dose. The average truck will go 400 miles on 2.5 gallons of DEF. DEF will be available in packages sizes of 1 Gal., 2.5 gal., drums, totes, as well as bulk deliveries.

Of potential concern to DEF users in Maine as well as other cold weather states, DEF will freeze when the temperature drops below 11F. Fortunately the SCR systems are designed for this and will not crack the DEF dispensing equipment and will quickly thaw as hot engine coolant will be circulating through heating coils in the system. Additionally during typical engine start up the need for DEF is limited as the equipment has very low NOx emissions. The recommendation will be to follow the OEM instructions for cold weather operation, which will ultimately mean increased idling to ensure the DEF is thawed. Fortunately the EU has been using SCR for more than 10 years in many of the world’s coldest environments with excellent results. Each SCR truck will be equipped with onboard hardware to detect levels of DEF in the storage tank. If the truck runs out of DEF or if the wrong or contaminated fluid is used, the engine will derate. It is possible for the engine to derate down to a maximum speed of 5 miles per hour during these conditions. Again it cannot be emphasized enough to keep appropriate levels and quality of DEF in the truck’s reservoir to avoid these costly conditions. For more information, call 508/450-6371. David Fenderson is the senior vice president-marketing of Windward Petroleum.

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One Degree of Separation A commencement address: This is your big day — the day when you jam four years’ worth of unlaundered underwear into a Hefty bag and leave college, prepared by your professors to go out into the Real World. The first thing you’ll notice is that your professors are not going out there with you. They’re not stupid; that’s why they’re professors. They’ve figured out that college is a carefree place where the most serious real problem is finding a legal parking space. So your professors are going to stay in college until they die. Even then, they’ll go right on teaching classes. This is called “tenure.” But you have committed the grave tactical blunder of acquiring enough credits to graduate. So now you’re leaving college and embarking upon the greatest adventure — and the biggest challenge — of your young lives: moving back in with your parents. Decades ago, when I graduated from college, my friends and I would rather have undergone a vasectomy with a fondue fork than move back in with our parents. But times have

changed, and today many graduates don’t want to go straight from college into a harsh and unforgiving world fraught with unbearable hardships, such as no free high-speed Internet. And so many of you will return home, hand your Hefty bag to Mom for processing, and move back into your old room, which is filled with your childhood memories, not to mention the faint aroma of gerbil doots. Is this a bad thing? Does the fact that you, a grown adult, are moving back in with your parents mean that you’re a sponging loser? Yes. You are SpongeBob LoserPants. No! Sorry! I mean: No. It’s fine! Your parents don’t mind! They’re thrilled to have you back home! Even from way up here on the podium, I can hear their teeth grinding with joy. Besides, it’s only temporary, right? In time, you’ll get tired of living with your parents, with their constant nagging about how you need to find a job, or at least help with the house work, and could you put gas in Dad’s car when you borrow it, and can you explain the Mystery Thong that Dad found in the backseat cup hold-

er, and MY GOD IS THAT A TATTOO, and could you not play that music so loud at night, or could you at least play some DECENT music, we’re not “square” you know, we like GOOD rock ‘N’ roll, we like The Mamas and the Papas, the Beatles — though not the later Beatles — but this music today, you can’t even call it music, it sounds like angry men clubbing a yak to death with electric guitars, and HOW COULD YOU GET A TATTOO THERE, and there are 15 Starbucks — no wait, now it’s 16 Starbucks — within walking distance of this house and surely one of them would be happy to hire somebody with a degree in anthropology, and here’s an article I found in Women’s Day about tattoo removal that you might want to ... DON’T YOU WALK AWAY WHEN I’M TALKING TO YOU. Yes, graduates, as much as you love your mom and dad, you’re realistic enough to understand, deep down inside, that they are the two most annoying human beings on the planet. And so the time will come — I give it six weeks — when you realize that you can no

longer continue living with them. And so, you will summon your courage, take a deep breath, and ask them to move out. It’s only fair! They’ve had the house practically to themselves for years! Now it’s your turn! Let THEM go work at Starbucks. Of course, eventually, you will want to have a career. You may think you’ll never find your “dream job,” but trust me: If you set your goals high, and you never, ever give up, I guarantee you that one day you will find yourself working for a huge impersonal corporation run by morons. Everybody does! It’s not so bad: You get a little cubicle where you sit all day doing some tedious corporate thing that has absolutely nothing to do with anything you learned in college. On your break, you’ll go buy a mocha latte from Dad. You’ll settle into a comfortable routine, and before you know it, you’ll have kids of your own. And one day, you’ll send them off to college. When that happens, change the locks. © 2011 Tribune Media Services Inc. (This article first appeared June 13, 2004.)


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Flood-Ravaged Bridge in R.I. Reopens After One Year By Jay Adams CEG CORRESPONDENT

The raging flood waters caused by the March 31 to April 1, 2010 deluge have long dried up, but, thankfully for the people in two towns, funding did not. Thus, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has reopened the Woodville Road Bridge which crosses the Wood River at the Hopkinton/Richmond, R.I., town line. The well traveled rural span was one of the last remaining road and bridge projects to be restored in the state after torrential rains washed dozens out more than a year ago in early spring. The bridge was closed for more than 15 months because of Noah-like flooding in the region from 40-hour rains that damaged asphalt, concrete, wood and steel in spans and highways in Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. “Because it’s considered a state road the state made it a priority that it had to be fixed right away,” said State Rep. Brian Patrick Kennedy (District 38 — Hopkinton) when announcing the reopening. “Everyone knows the extent of the flooding and the damage caused by those April rains,” said RIDOT Deputy Chief Engineer Frank Corrao. “We had to close this bridge due to damage to the concrete bridge deck.” Corrao explained that the Woodville Road Bridge is a steel structure, the base of which stayed in place. Damage was considerable, primarily to the bridge deck, asphalt joints and the asphalt coat atop the structure. Corrao placed a $600,000 figure on the repair work, but Charles St. Martin, chief of information and public relations at RIDOT, put total cost of the project at $791,000. Cardi Corp. of Warwick was the main contractor. “They have a very good reputation in the state of Rhode Island,” said Corrao. “They did the work, which involved the replacing of all the steel beams, putting in a new concrete deck and asphalt overlay. A new bridge rail was installed as well.” Originally, the bridge was 110-ft. (33.5 m) long, including four spans, with three piers in the water, abutting on either side — one in Hopkinton, the other in Richmond, R.I. “The original bridge was built in 1949,” said Corrao. “It’s a country road, a rural roadway, but it is very important to the community, those who access schools in the area, commute, get to and from home. That is why it was a priority to get the bridge repaired. It was on a list of bridges to be done [in the near future]. But, because of the extensive damage, it was moved up on the priority list.” Before the floods, Corrao added, there was a posting of a 3-ton (2.7 t) bridge limit for vehicles. “Now, it is a new bridge with a full load posting,” he said. DOT Challenges Ahead Corrao said that the RIDOT is experiencing success stories like this all over Rhode Island, despite tight resources. “We are pushing, doing the best we can with what we have to work with [limited funding],” he added. “There are real successes out there.” The Woodville Road Bridge was completed slightly ahead of schedule. “There were sub-contractors, steel erectors, steel fabricators who installed the rails. The old bridge was completely removed from the Super Structure. Everything that sat on top of the piers, the steel deck, the rails, the abutments. It went

smoothly. They finished on June 27 and it was scheduled to be completed by June 30. The contract went out, a bid contract, last fall. It was a lump sum, low-bid process and the low bidder was Cardi Corp.” Seven new steel beams were put in place, ranging in

length from 104 to 112 ft. (31.6 to 34 m). Some 135 cu. yd. (103 cu m) of concrete was used for the deck and its sidewalks. Some 27 tons (24 t) of asphalt was used, which included paving and overlay and the approach work from the see WOODVILLE page 60

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The bridge was closed for more than 15 months because of Noah-like flooding in the region from 40-hour rains that damaged asphalt, concrete, wood and steel in spans and highways in Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.


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Well Traveled Woodville Road Bridge Reopens in R.I.

The Woodville bridge was heavily damaged in the floods that hit the area on March 31 and April 1, 2010.

struction. “We are at the point where the contractor will be roads in Hopkinton and Richmond to both sides of the hiring a design consultant and a design engineer to bridge, he added. design the [new] bridge with RIDOT advising.” The bridge has been completely reconstructed and He added that rain damage was so deep and extenshould decrease travel time between the two towns. sive statewide, that some 500 isolated locations — Commuting to the Chariho (Charlestown-Richmondindividual roads, highways, bridges, etc. — throughHopkinton) Regional School complex will be quickout Rhode Island alone were affected. er and easier for parents, staff and students who need The most popular set of buildings affected was the to cross the river. Warwick Mall, a shopping center of dozens of stores There were some chief environmental concerns, that was submerged under nearly two feet of water Corrao added, after flood waters receded. from the spring floods. The mall was closed for “We are always concerned with the environment weeks and it forced the mall’s private owners and tenwhen we are working with the natural resources the ants to spend a combined $110 million on a difficult state has,” he said. “In this case, the Woodville Road rebuild. Bridge, which is the premium recreational resource About a dozen stores did not return to the mall for that area’s boating, kayaking and fishing. We when it dried out. needed to be sensitive to that and did not want the The last remaining space, the two-floor departwas considerable primarily to the bridge deck, asphalt impact of any debris from the demolition and recon- Damage ment store of Macy’s, reopened in spring, a year after joints and the asphalt coat atop the structure. struction to enter the river below.” the devastation. At the reopening, Warwick mayor Scott Avedisian said it’s “incredibly symbolic that Safe Work Equals Success ing reconstruction projects to be completed, there are still a within a year… it’s business as usual at a mall that was fully “Obviously, the work went successfully. It was done safe- few more to go. submerged.” ly and now a new bridge is serving the community,” said “We are getting to the end,” said Corrao. “Next up, regardAnd that was in the midst of dry land. As Corrao said of Corrao. “We are pleased with the results.” ing repairs on flooded bridges, is the Laurel Avenue Bridge the 500 isolated locations and 60 bridges, “Pretty much Some 60 projects have faced the state, as a result of the in Coventry. It has just gone out to bid and the work will start everywhere there was a pond, a river or a bridge structure, massive flood damage in 2010, addressed and completed by shortly.” there was work to do.” a combination of priority need, funding and access. While Corrao said the Laurel Avenue Bridge is one of “the first (Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the RIDOT continues to whittle down the list of the last remain- design-build bridge projects” to be dealt with in its recon- New England state supplement.) CEG WOODVILLE from page 56


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9/11 Brought Changes to Skyscrapers, High-Rises By Don Babwin ASSOCIATED PRESS

CHICAGO, Ill. (AP) What if it should happen again? A decade after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, could any of the nation’s 21,000 high-rises withstand an attack like those that caused New York’s twin towers to collapse? Could the thousands of people inside find a way to safety? At Chicago’s Willis Tower, like other skyscrapers around the country, much has changed since two hijacked jetliners slammed into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. North America’s tallest building now has concrete barriers, metal detectors and sophisticated security cameras that trace every movement in and around the structure. Those measures, however, might do little to prevent a calamity on the scale of Sept. 11. Despite proposals for major structural changes over the past decade, thousands of buildings remain vulnerable, experts say, because the cost to retrofit existing structures is too high, and cities and states have been slow to adopt tougher building codes for new construction. Other, less sweeping improvements, such as equipping elevators for use in evacuations, are lagging behind other countries, too. “You only can do as much as lobbyists, politicians, and the agencies you’re dealing with will let you do,” said Monica Gabrielle, whose husband died in the 9/11 attacks and who co-chairs the Skyscraper Safety Campaign that sprang up afterward. “The further away you get from events, then you become more complacent.” And for all the talk about reinforced security, there is only so much that can be done to protect buildings that stand 1,000 ft. (305 m) or more, which Donald Trump implicitly acknowledged when he decided his new Chicago skyscraper would not climb as high as the Chicago’s Willis Tower because he did not want it to become a target. As for skyscrapers themselves, while there was talk after 9/11 about making them sturdier and easier to escape from in an emergency, the structural work that would have been necessary was either too expensive or just impossible. “I don’t know of any buildings that have gone through a structural retrofit for the purpose of withstanding a major attack like

But money is never far from mind. “That’s one of the frustrations,” said Irwin Cantor, a structural engineer and consultant who has engineered major high-rises nationally and sits on New York City’s planning commission. “A guy says, ‘I want to protect my building against a bomb blast of ‘X’ pounds ... and you tell them, ‘I can protect it from a bomb of such-andsuch pounds and such- and-such a distance for $10 [million], $20 million. “And they say, ‘Wait a minute, I’m scared but I’m not that scared,’” Cantor said. One major change that experts say is coming is the construction of elevators that can be used in fire emergencies by both people fleeing buildings and firefighters climbing up Adrian Smith inside them, a common practice in Architect other parts of the world. “We like to think of not using elevators in fire emergencies as one of the most successful public education under construction and those on the drawing campaigns in history,” said Jason Averill, a board have a number of features that older fire safety expert with the National Institute buildings did not. of Standards and Technology. In New York City, for example, stairwell It is unclear how many of the 2,700-plus enclosures in high-rises must be wider and people who perished at the twin towers died made of harder materials, and eleva- before getting to the ground. A study contor shafts must be stronger as well. cluded many of them would have survived To prevent the pancaking that haphad they been able to take elevators. pened at the World Trade Center as “I’m absolutely convinced it shortens one floor fell onto another, the city evacuation time to such a degree we have to requires high rises to be built to prevent “progressive collapse,” but it find ways to embrace the technology,” Averill said. doesn’t spell out how to do that. A question looming over all of these Even in places where codes have preparations and code changes has far less to not been updated, some high-rises are do with elevators and stairwells than it does taking steps to strengthen their buildwith a public’s memory of people in the twin ings, said Jon Schmidt, an associate towers who perished because voices on the structural engineer and director of intercom told them to go back to their desks. anti-terrorism services for the Kansas There is real concern among safety City, Missouri-based Burns & experts that the next catastrophe will trigger McDonnell, an engineering, architeca stampede of workers no matter what they Monica Gabrielle tural and consulting firm. Skyscraper Safety Campaign Materials and measures once are told, which is one reason why some fire reserved for military and government departments, including Chicago’s, now take buildings gradually are becoming command of a building’s intercom system as more mainstream, including con- soon as they arrive. “There’s more trust listening to a reprecrete-encased stairwells to protect sentative from the fire department than attack, Willis Tower installed airport-style evacuating tenants and laminated glass that someone from building security,” said Larry security, complete with officers searching is less likely to shatter into fragments during Langford, a spokesman of the Chicago Fire a blast, Schmidt said. bags. More attention is being paid to fireproof- Department. That has been scaled back, said David But to some high-rise residents, it won’t Milberg, a spokesman of the Schiff Hardin ing material that better sticks to steel — an law firm, which has offices a little more than issue that got a lot of attention because the matter. Nan Feiber, who lives on the 33rd jets that hit the twin towers apparently floor of a 57-story Chicago high-rise, said halfway up the 110-story building. “Now we have keycard access for tenants. knocked the coating off the girders to the she wouldn’t hesitate if the day comes. “I’m getting the hell out of here.” Nontenants must produce photo IDs, and we point they softened and broke. 9/11,” said Adrian Smith, an architect who designed the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago and the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, now the world’s tallest building. At the same time, some actions have been taken to make new buildings safer and more secure. The International Code Commission has recommended 40 post-9/11 building code changes, including wider stairways to ensure firefighters can climb up while occupants are coming down. Municipalities can adopt the changes as they see fit, but they are not mandatory, said ICC spokesman Steve Daggers. Chicago, for example, adopted an ordinance that requires high-rises to have an emergency evacuation plan on file with the city. And the tallest buildings must provide the fire department with their floor plans so crews know the exact layout of the buildings when they walk in. People who live and work in highrises around the city say evacuation drills are now routine, something many say never or rarely happened before 9/11. Many high-rises also are more difficult to enter. In the immediate aftermath of the

“The further away you get from events, then you become more complacent.”

have to register guests in advance,” he said. “It’s not as conspicuous as it was, [but] you don’t get in here unless you’re vetted,” he said. Not surprisingly, new buildings, those

“I don’t know of any buildings that have gone through a structural retrofit for the purpose of withstanding a major attack like 9/11.”


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Mack Trucks to Participate in SuperTruck Development Mack Trucks Inc. will participate in the development of technologies to improve the freight-moving efficiency of heavy-duty trucks and reduce greenhouse gas emissions as part of a SuperTruck contract with the U.S. Department of Energy under which the Volvo Group, of which Mack is a part, is scheduled to receive $19 million in federal funding. Mack builds its trucks in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania, at the company’s Macungie Assembly Operations. R&D work under the SuperTruck program will be conducted over the next five years in Greensboro, N.C., where Mack is headquartered, and in Hagerstown, Md., where all of the company’s engines and transmissions are assembled. Areas of focus will include heavy-duty truck prototypes aimed at moving more freight with less fuel, with a particular emphasis on improved aerodynamics and energy conversion efficiency. Mack has been participating in other DOE-funded heavy vehicle fuel efficiency efforts, and now, under SuperTruck, plans to capitalize on its long standing position as a vertically integrated manufacturer. “Integrated proprietary components provide superior

performance because they’re specifically designed to work together,” said Kevin Flaherty, Mack senior vice president, U.S. and Canada. “Our EPA 2010 solution is a good example. The intelligent integration of the Mack MP series engines and Mack ClearTech SCR system delivers maximum fuel efficiency and near-zero regulated emissions. We look forward to bringing this kind of expertise to the SuperTruck table.” Work under the SuperTruck award will be done in conjunction with supplier and university partners. For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com.

EPA’10 versions of the MACK Pinnacle model can deliver a 10 percent or more improvement in fuel efficiency over EPA’07, demonstrating expertise the company plans to capitalize upon under SuperTruck.

Felling Trailers Adds New I-Series to Its Drop Deck Lineup

Felling Trailers has added a new I-Series to its drop deck line. The I-Series is constructed of a single cold-formed I-Beam to make the outer trailer frame from tongue to tail. Available capacities range from 7,480 to 20,000 lbs. (3,393 to 9,072 kg) and various deck lengths. Standard features include an approximate deck height of 21 to 29.5 in. (53 to 74.9 cm), Dexter Nev-R-Adjust brakes, DOT approved LED lights with sealed modular wiring harness and a five-year limited structural warranty and three-year paint warranty. For more information, visit www.felling.com.


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Kenworth will add durable, factory-installed, front frame brackets for easy winch bumper installation on Kenworth T270 and T370 trucks.

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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section FLSmidth Adds Three Models to Raptor Cone Crusher Line FLSmidth Pekin LLC added three new models to its Raptor cone crusher line: the XL500, XL1300 and XL2000 cone crushers. The XL500 cone crusher is a 500 hp (373 kW) machine, falling between the XL400 and XL600 in size and capacity. The XL1300 cone crusher, at 1,300 hp (969 kW), has production capacities up to 2,085 tph (1,890 t). The XL2000 cone crusher, a 2,000 hp (1,491 kW) machine, doubles the capacity of FLSmidth’s previous largest crusher, the XL1100 cone, and offers new features to increase overall crushing throughput. Available in the XL300, XL400, XL500, XL600, XL900, XL1100, XL1300 and XL2000 models, the Raptor high-performance cone crusher is the result of research conducted with the operators in the field. The company gathered input from mining and aggregate operations of all sizes, and integrated the best ideas into the Raptor cone line. From its extra-heavy-duty steel mainframe to its automated control package to the hydraulic tramp release cylinder and clearing system, the Raptor Cone line is designed to keep operators crushing efficiently, day-in and day-out, according to the manufacturer. XL300 Cone The design profile of this machine offers maximum productivity and size reduction versatility — not only for stationary applications, but also for wheel-mounted portable crushing plants. This compact unit has a physical height and mass that allow for many options in the design of multi-functional, street-legal portable plants. All XL300 cone crushers feature one-piece cast steel mainframe, with a forged steel main shaft. XL400 Cone A solution as a secondary crusher following a jaw crusher, the XL400 Cone produces more usable and salable aggregate per ton processed. A versatile and highly portable machine, this model also accepts primarycrushed material with greater flexibility, due to its large feed opening, high-pivot-point crushing action and wide crushing stroke. With a large head diameter of 52 in. (132 cm), the XL400 can accept feed that is up to

in the three-arm mainframe delivers durability and provides more open area. Features include a fail-safe hydraulic system, advanced eccentric, spiral-bevel gearing and alloy castings. The XL1100 cone can draw up to 1,200 hp (894 kW). XL1300 Cone A 1,300 hp (969 kW) cone crusher with large throw and high pivot point, the XL1300 cone has 30 percent more production capacity than the XL1100 cone, while maintaining the same overall footprint and space constraints of the XL1100. The XL1300 utilizes FLSmidth’s double-acting tramp release and clearing cylinders. By eliminating the need for a socket, this model offers easy access to load-carrying bearings.

The XL500 cone crusher is a 500 hp (373 kW) machine, falling between the XL400 and XL600 in size and capacity.

25 percent larger than can be accepted by a crusher with less throw or head diameter, according to the manufacturer.

material. The countershaft is integrated into the mainframe arm, creating a stronger frame.

XL500 Cone One of FLSmidth’s newest models, this 500 hp machine provides enhanced secondary crushing capabilities. Like the XL400 cone, the XL500 cone handles a large feed and has a wide crushing stroke, producing more material of desired cubicity and gradation. The double-acting tramp release and clearing cylinders ensure the machine stays protected from mechanical overload in the event of an accumulator bladder failure.

XL900 Cone Offering both strength and performance, this unit improves throughput and feed size over comparable models in the 700 to 900 hp (521 to 670 kW) range. Production rates for the XL900 cone reach up to 1,400 tph (1,270 t). With its 70-in. (177 cm) head diameter and integral countershaft built into the four-arm mainframe, the XL900 cone is not only large, but is one of the most robust crushers in its size range, according to the manufacturer. Like all Raptor cone models, the high pivot point and large crushing stroke offer better crushing action throughout the crushing chamber.

XL600 Cone A cost-effective solution for medium- to high-tonnage mining and aggregate operations, the XL600 cone has a maximum throughput capacity of almost 1,000 tph (907 t) in secondary applications. It can handle feed sizes up to 14 in. (36 cm) and has an active feed opening that creates better end product shape for high production of salable

XL1100 Cone One of the largest cone crushers on the market, the XL1100 cone breaks productivity barriers, while its integrated countershaft

XL2000 Cone The XL2000 cone doubles the capacity of the XL1100 Cone. Like its smaller counterparts, the XL2000 cone contains all of the design and automation features that have set FLSmidth’s machines apart, while offering several new features, including double-acting tramp release and clearing cylinders and easy access to critical load carrying bearings. This direct drive 2,000 hp (1,490 kW) variable speed machine has a significant eccentric throw and high-pivot point crushing action. Portable Plants Working with chassis and screen manufacturers, FLSmidth’s engineers can customdesign a portable wheel-mounted plant based on customers’ unique applications. Wheel-mounted plant options include rear discharge and rear feed-side discharge for both the XL300 and XL400 cone. When combined with a horizontal 6 by 20-ft. (1.8 by 6 m) two- or three-deck screen, the XL300 cone can be configured into a closedcircuit crushing and screening plant. The XL300 and XL400 cone crushers can both be configured with two- or three-deck horizontal screens that are 6, 7 or 8 x 20-ft. (1.8, 2 or 2.4 by 6 m) to provide open-circuit crushing and screening plants. For more information, call 801/871-7000 or visit www.FLSmidth.com/Raptor.


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KPI-JCI, Kolberg Pioneer Inc. has developed the FT4250CC track mounted Impactor, engineered exactly with a 6 by 12 ft. (1.8 by 3.6 m) — two deck screen — making this one of the largest closed circuit screens with a horizontal shaft impactor (HSI) on tracks. With a portable design, the FT4250CC matches the impactor with the screen for efficiency. The dual cross conveyors allow for up to three product screening. The FT4250CC has an 18 ft. (5.5 m) feeder, which enables operators to easily load it with a loader or a backhoe to get maximum capacity. The machine also features a wide range of variable speed rotors making it cost efficient as well, according to the manufacturer. “The two deck screen provides the efficiency and productivity that complements the aggressive 4250 MPR HSI to the maximum,” said Ron Griess, product manager at KPI-JCI, “This machine is a great asset for small contractors to large producers in road construction, asphalt recycling and anywhere you need to crush on site.” The FT4250CC will fit on a lowboy trailer for easy siteto-site transport and has the flexibility to pair with other Astec FT track machines for a seamless processing system. With set up of less than 15 minutes, customers are able to process material at a lower cost. For more information, call 605/668-2524 or visit www.kpijci.com.

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6x16 2 Deck Screen-It

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GrinderCrusherScreen.com Named Flexco Introduces Exclusive Distributor of Red Rhino New Belt Conveyor Audit Program

GrinderCrusherScreen.com has added Red Rhino crushers to its line of new and used recycling equipment. Red Rhino manufacturers small track mounted and stand mounted crushers designed for small recyclers, contractors and rental houses. GrinderCrusherScreen.com has the exclusive dealership for North and South America. In Europe, the countryside is covered with these small crushers and GrinderCrusherScreen is confident that the same will be true in the United States in only a short period of time. “We have had opportunities to carry other lines and they were definitely not as good as the Red Rhino,” said Neal Kaiserman, president of GrinderCrusherScreen. Red Rhino Crushers are designed to crush concrete block, brick, concrete, asphalt and rock.

The Red Rhino 3000 is one of the Red Rhino crushers being promoted by GrinderCrusherScreen.

GrinderCrusherScreen.com is promoting the three most popular Red Rhino crushers: Red Rhino 3000, Red Rhino 5000 and the Red Rhino 7000. In addition, GrinderCrusherScreen has come out with a custom Red Rhino 7000 Plus, which is equipped with a vibrating feeder, pre-screen with fines discharge belt, 28 by 16 in. (71 by 40.6 cm) jaw, hydraulic adjustable jaw opening (not manual shims) and a built-on conveyor. A hydraulic driven cross magnet is an option on all of these machines. For more information, visit GrinderCrusherScreen.com has added Red Rhino crushers to its line of new and used recycling equipment. www.GrinderCrusherScreen.com.

Red Rhino Crushers are designed to crush concrete block, brick, concrete, asphalt and rock.

Flexco’s conveyor audit program is designed to help operations evaluate the performance of their conveyor systems, allowing them to proactively address belt conveyor concerns before they lead to costly repairs and unscheduled downtime. Flexco field specialists will visit the operation and evaluate the entire conveyor system. These specialists are knowledgeable experts with strong technical skills and years of hands-on training with conveyor systems and components. Focusing on issues such as spillage, carryback, and mistracking, the specialists will record their findings and return to the operation with a complete presentation on the system, identifying immediate needs and suggested future fixes, according to the company. “Owners and operators that are around the conveyors every day may not notice the slight changes in the system, while a fresh set of eyes can,” said Rich Gilman, global service program manager of Flexco. “Instead of waiting for something to go wrong, they can address the issues proactively, saving time and money in unscheduled downtime.” Audits are recommended at least once a year, are conducted at no charge to the operation, and can be scheduled through a Flexco distributor or their local territory manager. “At Flexco, we feel that it is a good rule of thumb to inspect and perform maintenance on all of your conveyor system components as part of an overall maintenance plan. An audit is a good start,” Gilman said. “We’ve had people come back after an audit to tell us that simply reducing the amount of time spent cleaning up carryback materials is a cost savings in itself.” Flexco specialists also will perform separate cleaner audits, lagging audits and roller audits by request. For more information, visit www.flexco.com.


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Rock Star Powercrusher™ Crushers & Screeners from Atlas Copco

There are many reasons why the Powercrusher is a star. The 11 models of crushers and six models of screeners offer capacities ranging from 250 to 500 tons per hour. Other features include: t Jaw crushers that use Quattro Movement, a figure-eight motion that increases feeding capacity and produces a post-crush at the outlet—like two crushers in one. t A pre-screen feature available on the PC 6 model for higher value end product. tTrack mounted for mobility and maneuverability in a smaller footprint. t National support for parts and service from Atlas Copco

Powercrusher—POWER is just the beginning.

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

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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

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

Oakwood Village, OH 440-439-4000 Neville Island, PA 800-843-1205 www.gibsonmachinery.com

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


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The T Th he rright ight crusher crusher for for e every very applica application tion Lokotrack Lokotrack LLTT SSeries er ies Metso e offfers a complete range of tracked jaw, cone and im impac mpact crushers, so you always get the right crusher for your o operation. Our Lokotrack LT Series for contractors gives v you more models and more options combined with proven reliability, high output and per formance. With Lokotrack, you have the freedom to crush just about any type of feed material – from hard rock to reccycling and demolition debris. And every Lokotrack is baacked by Metso’s know-how and distributor support. Co ontac nta t your local Metso distributor today for more infformation

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New Portable Screener Can Be Towed Virtually Anywhere Lake Erie Portable Screeners lection hopper transfers the has introduced a new portable screenings onto a secondary stackscreener that can be towed virtuing conveyor. This 20 ft. (6 m) ally anywhere, setup in minutes, long heavy duty stacking conveyand will screen dirt and debris or is hydraulically adjustable in with maximum productivity, height from 4 ft. 6 in. to 13 ft. (1.3 according to the manufacturer. to 4 m) for stock piling or loading The Pitbull 2300 commercial directly into a truck or construcgrade portable screener is manution vehicle. factured in the USA with conAll system and engine controls struction that includes a 47 hp (35 are conveniently located within an kW) Tier IV compliant diesel access panel at the front of the unit engine, two-tier shaker table with on the driver’s side. The engine quick-change two-piece screens, compartment is fully enclosed and hydraulic leveling system and lockable. The unit comes with a 24 adjustable height stacking congal. (91 L) fuel tank and a large veyor. separate hydraulic reservoir. Street The Pitbull Screener offers a legal trailer lighting, directional large 78 by 76 in. (198 by 193 The Pitbull 2300 includes a 47 hp (35 kW) Tier IV compliant diesel engine, two-tier shaker table with signals, electric brakes, and 17.5 cm) screen area with a deep load- quick-change two-piece screens, hydraulic leveling system and adjustable height stacking conveyor. in. (44.4 cm) radial tires are staning apron that allows for fast loaddard. Curb weight is 12,140 lbs. ing of material with a front end (5,506 kg) and the overall length loader or excavator. The dual tier shaker class. When the unit is in operation it is vir- and rugged off-road construction sites. A is 34 ft. (10 m) including the conveyor. table design includes two sizes of screens tually vibration free except in the screening hydraulic system transforms the axle and Available options include a fifth wheel tongue jack from transport to operating posi- trailer hitch, spare tire and wheel assembly, that can be quickly changed for different area itself, according to the manufacturer. This portable screener has been engi- tion. sized screening options. Standard screen generator, air compressor, and secondary The Pitbull screener incorporates two chute for sorting two graded materials at openings are from .25 to 3 in. (.6 to 7.6 cm) neered to be easily transported with a standard pintle hitch or optional gooseneck reinforced rubber belted conveyors for mov- once. square. The Pitbull frame construction is structur- hitch. A tough Torflex axle with oil bath hubs ing screened materials. A large, heavy duty For more information, visit al tubular steel making it the most rigid in its is utilized for safe highway transportation conveyor directly under the shaker table col- www.pitbullscreeners.com.

Radial Travel Tracks Option Delivers High Capacity Radial Stockpiling Superior Industries has a new conveyor mobility option — radial travel tracks. When applied with the TeleStacker conveyor, the new option allows highcapacity radial stockpiling in applications, such as low pressure soils, sand or wet clay, where maximum flotation and traction is required. Radial travel tracks are highly suitable and costeffective mobility options for gold and copper heap leach operations particularly. When combined with the new track-mounted mobile pivot base, producers realize an increase in mobility with the combination of free-ranging onsite and transfer point mobility, as well as radial travel capability — all while reducing the need for haul trucks and loaders, and additional labor and material handling, according to the manufacturer. Engineered for easy, simple bolt-on installation, the radial travel tracks option can be retrofitted onto existing conveyors in the equipment fleet; and can provide the versatility for site to site operation no matter what the soil conditions. Consisting of two 24-in. (61 cm) steel tracks on each side of the conveyor, Superior’s radial travel tracks attach directly to the FD axle radial fold-down

arms, and are easy to remove for road portability. The system is designed to reuse existing planetary drives and is equipped with hydraulic hoses and fitting connections. Superior Industries also offers non-powered travel tracks for use on short stackers, jump or grasshopper conveyors. The tracks can be bolted on right over the standard tire hub when flotation and traction is needed. For more information, visit www.superior-ind.com.

Consisting of two 24-in. (61 cm) steel tracks on each side of the conveyor, Superior’s radial travel tracks attach directly to the FD axle radial fold-down arms, and are easy to remove for road portability.


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

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

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

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Terex Cedarapids Portable Plant Maximizes Production The Terex Cedarapids The high lift screen (HLS) and the cone hopper overflow system CRC380HLS portable crushing and allow a large head of material to build up, force-feeding the screening plant’s unique design cone crusher. allows the cone crusher to be constantly choke fed, maximizing production capability. The high lift screen (HLS) and the cone hopper overflow system allow a large head of material to build up, force-feeding the cone crusher, which increases throughput. The large cone hopper and overflow chute buffer feed variations and prevent material from backing up to the screen, which allows production rates to stay at peak levels with no need to throttle back. A gross throughput of up to 1,200 tons (1,088 t) per hour is possible in sand and gravel, according to the manufacturer. The HLS system also increases uptime by hydraulically moving the screen forward, providing easy access for faster manganese changes. The plant quickly and easily transforms into its operating and transport modes. The CRC380HLS plant incorporates a oval stroke design. A blending gate system reversible product conveyors discharge 44 high efficiency 300 hp (223 kW) MVP380 allows combining center and bottom decks in. (117 cm) beyond the plant frame on ElJay roller bearing cone crusher and a high in 25 percent increments for numerous prod- either side. The 4-axle configuration and a 3+1-axle option provide portability in most performance 6 by 20 ft. (1.8 by 6 m) triple uct variations. Two large 30 in. (76 cm), 7.5 hp (5.6 kW) any location. Optional run-on hydraulic deck TSH6203 horizontal screen with ElJay

jacks, self-cleaning feed conveyor magnet, dust suppression system and zero speed interlocks also are available. For more information, call 319/363-3511 or visit www.terexmps.com.

Terex Simplicity DM Screens Are Built to Handle Heavy Jobs Terex minerals processing systems offers custom Terex simplicity DM series inclined screens designed for most any application. The customized screens are built to fit existing structures and individual customer needs. Terex simplicity DM (dual mechanism), two-bearing inclined screens are built to handle heavy jobs. The dual 140mm mechanism provides long bearing life in heavy-duty applications and high-speed fine screening applications. Two and three deck models in sizes ranging from 6 by 20 ft. to 8 by 24 ft. (1.8 by 6 m to 2.4 by 7.3 m) are available and all can be customized to customer needs. Single piece, continuously welded decks are Huck fastened to extra deep corner supports and rugged steel side plates for a box-type structural strength that is extremely durable. Corner support ribs extend full height for extra rigidity in the side walls, adding toughness to the entire screen, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call 989/288-3121 or visit www.terexmps.com. Terex simplicity DM (dual mechanism), two-bearing inclined screens are built to handle heavy jobs. Two and three deck models in sizes ranging from 6 by 20 ft. to 8 by 24 ft. (1.8 by 6 m to 2.4 by 7.3 m) are available and all can be customized to customer needs.


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Ready Ready tto o sscreen creen Screen more material aat the job site, and spend less on hauling and aan tipping with Metso’s compact, highly reliablee CV mobile screens. • Easy transport and seet up • Simple operation requir eq qu es no standby operator • Compact design works rks easily in tight spaces • Rugged and durable construction • Versatile shakerhead accepts a wide variety of screening media Contact your local Metso ettso distributor today! www.metso.com

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ELEVATE YOUR PROFITS – recycle, crush and produce your own aggregate for less - with the RUBBLE MASTER RM60 versatile power pack Eliminate dump fees Eliminate trucking Recycle and produce your own aggregate Crush asphalt, concrete, gravel & stone Improve utilization of existing equipment and labour RM60 skid mounted impact crusher demo cost evaluation & Call for your free s! ion at ct pe ex ur te yo today – and eleva 18 CALL 800-230-04

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Morbark M20R Forestry Brush Chipper a Versatile Addition Designed to increase safelarge diameter material, ty and reduce ground labor, which makes this machine the Morbark Beever M20R more productive and the forestry is a practical option owner more profitable, for those looking to enter the according to the manufacturbiomass-market with low er. startup costs. The Beever A chambered air impeller M20R forestry is an entrysystem with four fan blades level biomass chipper for increase airflow and reclaiming forestry slash and improves chip discharge harvesting tops. With a 28velocity and increases the in. (71 cm) wide infeed ability to load all kinds of opening and engine options foliage. Chips follow a between 330 and 400 hp smoother, more gradual tra(246 and 298 kW), the jectory at a greater velocity Beever M20R forestry is a because of the forestry dishard-working, aggressive charge chute with AR-400 machine, according to the top. This makes it capable of manufacturer. packing maximum tonnage The frame of the Beever in semi trailer chip vans. M20R forestry is built for The 15-function wireless enhanced strength with a 2 The Beever M20R forestry is an entry-level biomass chipper for reclaiming forestry slash and harvesting tops. remote that comes standard by 10 in. (5 by 25 cm) recon the M20R forestry allows tangular structural steel tubcontrol of hydraulic funcing mainframe. The front and rear hydraulic stabilizers pro- need to replace an entire holder assembly. Babbitt style tions; throttle and engine kill, without requiring an operator vide stability at all points of the machine, and the rear drop knives maintain the chip consistency and reduce the need for in the immediate vicinity of the machine. The tether cord anvil adjustment at knife changing time. backup reduces the opportunity of any downtime if the legs reduce strain on the feed bed at the connecting point. The feed yoke of the M20R forestry is located near the remote is misplaced or the battery dies. The Beever M20R forestry is designed with removable For more information, call 800/255-8839 or visit knife holders to reduce repair and maintenance costs. Wear chipper bearings, reducing the amount of dead space behind strips reduce the wear on the knife holders and reduce the the feed wheel. This reduces the opportunity for stalling on www.morbark.com.

Color Monitors Standard on Track-Mounted Equipment KPI‐JCI has introduced color monitors as standard in its track‐mounted equipment line. The color monitors, which have been engineered to enhance performance, navigation and diagnostics for operators and technicians, feature advancements, including improved display resolution and a more user‐friendly design, said Ron Griess, crushing and tracks product manager at KPI‐JCI. The monitors have been installed on track jaws and impactors to include the GT125, FT5260, FT4250, FT2650, FT4240 and FT3055 units. “The color displays have a higher resolution, which allows for bigger and clearer text and images on the screens that help with navigation, diagnostics and performance monitoring,” Griess said. “The brightness of the displays allows for easy viewing in the sunlight, a significant improvement from the former black‐and‐white displays.” The new displays offer easy‐to‐understand symbol navigation, which help operators and technicians navigate the system without the use of a manual. The icon‐driven design eliminates the need to scroll through technical menus, thereby reducing downtime and improving plant performance. “The new color monitors will provide more diagnostics of the electrical system and the hydraulic system than we have had in the past,” Griess said. “The monitors also allow for better engine diagnostics with more information including fuel PSI, intake manifold temperature, boost PSI and an onscreen manual fuel prime feature.” For more information, call 605/668-2510 or visit www.kpijci.com/track-mount/.

KPI-JCI has introduced new color monitors in its track-mounted equipment line to enhance performance, navigation and diagnostics for operators and technicians. The monitors, shown here on a FT4250 unit, feature improved display resolution and a more user-friendly design.


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Sandvik Unveils Track Mounted QH440 Cone Crusher Sandvik expanded its mobile crushing range with Sandvik expanded its mobile crushing range with the QH440 track mounted the QH440 track mounted cone crusher, aimed at the cone crusher. most demanding of aggregate producers. At the center of this model sits the Sandvik CH440 cone crusher, which has been used in the most arduous static applications for more than 50 years. It can process material of up to 85 in. (215 cm) and is capable of producing up to 388 tph (352 t). The machine is designed for ease of mobility, transportation and quick set up time, which makes it adaptable to reach the most remote areas within and outside the quarry, according to the manufacturer. The key features include: • Heavy duty, wear resistant hydraulically folding feed conveyor • Dual coil metal detector • Automated material level feed control for maximum production, reduction and shape • Cat C13 Tier IIIA and 3B engines both delivering 440 hp (328 kW) • Direct drive to ensure maximum power delivery and fuel efficiency • Chassis constructed from a heavy duty “I” beam to ensure maximum durability • Fitted with four jacking legs for maximum stabil• Global aftermarket support, with standard stock parts to 44 mm). The product shape and grading can be adjusted by ity changing the throw to ensure the machine provides the exact • Wide selection of optional extras to suit every climate ensure maximum uptime The QH440 comes with a choice of six different crushing quality and quantity of material required, in both secondary and need • Designed with the latest EC standards, with operator chambers, ranging from fine to extra course, paired with and tertiary applications, according to the manufacturer. eight different bush settings ranging from .6 to 1.7 in. (16 to For more information, visit www.sandvik.com. safety as a priority

HIC Offers Greater Capacity in Heap Leach Operations Superior Industries’s horizontal index conveyor (HIC) provides continuous material flow, reduced downtime and greater capacity in gold, copper and ore heap leach operations; or in linear, flat-top pile applications. The horizontal index conveyor reduces or eliminates the need for costly haul trucks, loaders and dozers, which can compact piled material. When combined with portable jump conveyors, the horizontal index conveyor minimizes the frequent removal or adjustments of the jump conveyors along the material transfer line. Importantly, the flexibility and mobility of the horizontal index conveyor allows larger leach pad footprints, which leads to The horizontal index conveyor has a full-length receiving hopper that feeds into any radial stacking conveyor or can be mounted to increased profitability, accord- Superior’s TeleStacker conveyor. ing to the manufacturer. The horizontal index conveyor has a full-length receiving behind the stacker, powered tracks on the horizontal index veyor. Providing linear travel, the HIC is 110-ft. (33.5 m) in hopper that feeds into any radial stacking conveyor or can be conveyor are designed to pull both the HIC and the stacker; length with 95-ft. (29 m) of travel. The unit features onboard power, an operator platform and a wireless remote. mounted to Superior’s TeleStacker conveyor, a telescoping and automation can be controlled by the HIC if desired. Providing maximum flexibility, the horizontal index conFor more information, call 320/589-7085 or visit stacker which eliminates material segregation concerns. For greater heap leach site mobility, and as the HIC retracts veyor can be fed at any point along the length of the con- www.superior-ind.com.


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Nordberg Screen-All CV40D 1999 Model. 1798 Hours. Has John Deere engine. Comes with attached dolly to easily maneuver on site. Self-cleaning finger screens on top deck. Machine is like new! Location: North Carolina. $29,500

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Spare Parts 2008 model. Static Powerscreen logwasher with attached 30HP electric motors & control panel. Twin shaft. Capable of up to 130 tons per hour. Trough length of nearly 20’. Perfect machine to clean any gravels. Location: North Carolina. Priced to sell at $95,900

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Secondary Impactor Plants Available in Various Designs Grasan secondary crushing plants for limestone and sand/gravel feature horizontal-shaft impactors and are available in road-portable, pit-portable and stationary designs with diesel or electric power. Capacities range up to 500 tons (453.6 t) per hour. Six independent hydraulic legs provide total support for the crushing plant with infinite height adjustments for fast, precise leveling. Grasan can customize the crushing plant to meet individual requirements and can incorporate horizontal screens to feed the secondary crusher, complete with blending chutes, transfer conveyors and radial stackers, as well as generators and manual or computerized electrical control systems. Grasan also manufactures primary jaw or impactor plants and can design and build entire crushing and handling systems from the ground up or can install new crushers and related equipment and controls into existing systems. For more information, call 419/5264440 or visit www.grasan.com.

Grasan secondary crushing plants for limestone and sand/gravel feature horizontal-shaft impactors and are available in road-portable, pit-portable and stationary designs with diesel or electric power.


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SnowEx Releases New High Output V-Maxx Spreader SnowEx’s V-Maxx 8550 high The V-Maxx 8550 is controlled by output spreader is ideal for snow an independent-speed controller. The and ice professionals looking to separate spinner and auger speed setspread high volumes of sand in tings maximize efficiency and can be one pass, rather than making mulused to adjust the spread width from tiple passes to achieve a heavy 6 to 40 ft. (1.8 to 12 m). A digital sysapplication. tem LED display with status moniOffering a 2-cu.-yd. (1.5 cu m) toring and system protection is stanhopper capacity, the V-Maxx 8550 dard, as well as an auto-reverse funcfeatures a new transmission with a tion in the event of auger jams. gear ratio of 40:1. This allows the Furthermore, the V-Maxx 8550 unit to spread 295 to 680 lbs. of contains an improved quick-connect material per minute (3.6 to 8.3 cu. spinner assembly with integrated ft. per minute), which triples the handle for easy removal. It uses a rate of the comparable V-Maxx simple latch system to detach the 8500 model. assembly in a matter of seconds. The Designed to spread sand, the Vlatch also eliminates the hassle of Maxx 8550 comes standard with a aligning a pin during installation and multi-angle hopper, an invertedremoval. “V” baffle and an attached vibraOther standard features include an tor. For reduced maintenance, the auxiliary light kit, auxiliary LED spreader’s hopper is made from brake light, top screen, fitted tarp and corrosion-resistant polyethylene, a non-combustible HD automotive and there are no engines, pulleys, wiring harness. Optional accessories sprockets, belts or chains to maininclude the Salt-Traxx digital job tain. The unit is completely electracker and AccuSpray material pretric-powered with a high-torque, wetting system. ½-horsepower motor, and all elecFor more information, trical components are fully sealed Designed to spread sand, the V-Maxx 8550 comes standard with a multi-angle hopper, an call 800/725-8377 or visit for weather protection. www.trynexfactory.com. inverted-“V” baffle and an attached vibrator.


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Utility Work Machines Produce Big Results at University of Rhode Island Toolcat 5600 Units and Multiple Attachments a Valuable Resource for URI Campus Maintenance Staff At the University of Rhode Island, where they use the slogan “Think Big, We Do,” the lands and grounds staff does indeed think big when it comes to maintaining the 40-acre campus. The power units may be small — a pair of Toolcat utility work machines — but with 13 Bobcat attachments, the results are mighty big. “The Toolcat 5600 units have had a major impact on the university,” said Brian Boesch, turfgrass manager at the Kingston, R.I., campus. “Originally purchased for snow removal, the versatile machines have made us much more efficient and we are able to do many more jobs in-house rather than hiring outside contractors. In the two years we have owned the Bobcat equipment, we have saved significant time and money while improving the quality of our work.” Started With Snow Most students and staff park around the outside and walk into the campus. “That’s why clearing the 13 miles of sidewalks is so important,” Boesch said. “For a while we were using another vehicle that plowed at the rate of about one mile per hour. If we got a foot of snow it took a long time to clear the sidewalks. The snow was getting packed down. We were losing the battle. As a result, there were a lot of complaints, especially from parents of students. So snow removal became a huge issue.” Finding the solution fell into Boesch’s lap. He either had to purchase the right equipment, or hire another 25 people and give them shovels. “It became obvious that if we were going to make a major equipment purchase, we should look at something that could be used throughout the year,” he says. “As I checked out several multi-use vehicles, people kept recommending the oneof-a-kind Toolcat utility work machine.” Replacing the previous vehicle with a pair of Toolcat 5600s, two snowblower attachments, a V-blade attachment and two rear-mounted sand/salt spreaders instantly improved snow removal capabilities around the campus. All of the Bobcat equipment was purchased from J. J. Gregory and Son, Inc., the dealer in East Providence, R.I. “We could never complete clearing sidewalks in an acceptable timeframe,” Boesch recalls. “Even though we have a lot of nooks and crannies to plow out, now we can get around the entire campus within 3 to 4 hours, and we do a much better job. Previously we could never completely remove all the snow. “Both Toolcat machines are set up with spreaders on the back; one has a snowblower, the other the V-blade [both are front-mounted attachments]. The snowblower works better where sidewalks are next to buildings. We use the V-blade on sidewalks in more open areas.” Equipment Used Every Day The utility work machines and attachments are shared by two crews. The campus crew maintains the grounds, which includes sidewalks, roads, lawns, landscaping and trees. The athletic group takes care of the stadiums (football, soccer,

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Grounds maintenance staff at the University of Rhode Island utilize their Toolcat utility work machines for routine asphalt paving projects. The bucket is just one of 13 attachments paired with the Toolcat machines at the university.

baseball) and fields (softball and practice) and 50 acres of general recreation grounds. Many of these jobs used to be done by hand or contracted to outside suppliers. “With budget restrictions, it had always been a struggle to hire others to come in and work on campus,” Boesch said. “We always asked what we could do ourselves. With the 5600 machines and all of our attachments, the answer now is, ‘most everything.’ With the arrival of this equipment we are more productive, more efficient and staff morale is much higher. “The Toolcat machines have proved themselves so worthy and productive on campus that the University administration has recently given us approval to purchase three additional Toolcat utility work machines. Additionally, we’ll purchase salt and sand spreaders and snowblowers for each machine. We expect to have the new equipment by June.” This article was reprinted with permission from WorkSaver Magazine summer 2011 issue.

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

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TECHNOLOGY Kawasaki is the most experienced manufacturer of articulated wheel loaders in the world. Since introducing our first models in 1962, we have maintained a leadership position in technology, service, and support. Backed by the massive resources of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, KCMA Corporation’s focus on wheel loaders translates into real benefits for you and

your business. Kawasaki articulated wheel loaders incorporate innovative design features coupled with extensive knowledge and experience gained from real-world applications. Kawasaki pioneered Z-Link design to provide unmatched utility, high breakout force and efficiency in its machines.

INNOVATION, Technology in Motion Kawasaki engineers work with end users all over the country to access and review their wheel loader needs. With in-house special application engineers, Kawasaki is capable of responding to new industry demands quickly with comprehensive solutions. Kawasaki operates its own rebuild center. This fully equipped facility is

staffed by skilled technicians with the in-depth knowledge and specialized equipment. Kawasaki provides a totally focused approach to support your business. From carefully designed programs and services to engineered special applications options, your Kawasaki wheel loader is ready to tackle the most demanding applications and environments.

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Volvo Adds L110G, L120G to Its Wheel Loader Lineup Designed for high production applications in heavy infrastructure, quarrying and recycling, the L110G and L120G are the latest additions to the Volvo flagship G-Series wheel loader range. At 19.8 to 22.0 tons (18 to 20 t), these machines fulfill the requirements of the latest U.S. emissions legislation — while at the same time boasting improvements in a number of other important areas. When compared to the models they replace, the L110G and L120G feature a 25 percent increase in lifting force, a 15 percent increase in breakout force and lower fuel consumption — up to 5 percent in load-and-carry and truck loading duties. This improved efficiency comes with enhanced ease of operation and reliability — significantly reducing the lifetime operating costs per ton of these machines. All this comes wrapped in a modern exterior design and with improved operating environment and better visibility, according to the manufacturer.

machines feature improved engine response at low engine speeds. The production of torque and power at low engine speeds, combined with load-sensing hydraulics, removes the need to overrun the engine, which in turn extends engine life as well as lowering fuel usage and dramatically reducing noise, according to the manufacturer. A waste gate on the turbocharger allows some of the exhaust to bypass the turbine when the set intake pressure is achieved. This contributes to good engine response across the entire engine speed range. A hydraulically driven, electronically controlled cooling fan works only when needed, increasing engine power, while lowering noise and fuel consumption. The L110G and L120G are fitted with heavy duty axles whose housings absorb the weight of the machine and load. This means that the axle shafts transmit torque to the hub reductions, thereby reducing stresses on the propeller and

the automatic power shift (APS) concept ensures the loader always operates in the ideal gear by sensing engine and travel speed, kick-down, engine braking and other factors. Offering operators a choice of four gear shifting programs, APS results in more efficient work cycles with lower fuel consumption and wear. Volvo’s torque parallel (TP) linkage combines the benefits of Z-bar and parallel linkages in one system, delivering good parallel movement and high breakout force, even in the highest lift position. The TP linkage has a strong and durable design that is designed to withstand the toughest conditions. Its geometry enables operators to get closer to the materials and raise them quickly, with smooth horizontal stability. Enhanced visibility through the linkage and quick coupler promotes faster and safer loading. Pallet forks can easily be seen without the operator needing to shift in the seat for a better view, according to the manufacturer. Care Cab ROPS/FOPS approved, visibility in the spacious new cabin is improved, to the rear, to the bucket edge and to the centrally located instrumentation. With controls that fall easily to hand, operators can breathe easily due to efficient air management and filtering systems. This allows them to get on with the job in hand in a comfortable, clean, low-noise and vibration work environment. The servo controls are mounted on the operator seat, and include settings such as return to dig. Boom and bucket positions can be set electronically from inside the cab so there’s no need to use tools and move around sensors outside the cab. Also, encouraging operators to work smoothly, the accelerator pedal applies an appropriate amount of mechanical back pressure, to facilitate low fuel consumption operating techniques (Eco-Pedal) and optimize fuel efficiency.

When compared to the models they replace, the L110G and L120G feature a 25 percent increase in lifting force, a 15 percent increase in breakout force and lower fuel consumption — up to 5 percent in load-and-carry and truck loading duties.

Designed and Produced by Volvo Featuring new engines and driveline systems for improved productivity, lower emissions, greater smoothness, serviceability and operator comfort, the L110G and L120G are fitted with a Tier 4i certified engine that is married to drive train, hydraulics and lifting systems that are all designed and produced by Volvo to work in harmony. The engine is a Volvo six cylinder turbocharged V-ACT (Volvo advanced combustion technology) off-highway diesel unit, which features cooled gas recirculation and a particulate filter with active regeneration. The active-type diesel particulate filter (DPF) temporarily holds the particulate matter and then incinerates it, further reducing emissions. Producing between 256 to 268 hp (191 to 200 kW), these

shafts. The rear axle cradles are maintenance free and the front axle is fitted with a hydraulically operated differential lock. This transfers 100 percent power to the wheels and reduces wheel spin, giving good traction in soft or slippery conditions. High Pressure Hydraulics = Greater Lifting Force Two stronger, variable displacement load-bearing axial piston pumps are fitted, allowing higher working hydraulic pressure and providing enhanced control of the load and attachments — as well as higher breakout force, faster lifting and tilt functions. Load sensing hydraulics match power when it is needed for lower fuel consumption and high performance. Transmissions feature a stiff torque converter and

Caring for the Machine The L110G and L120G come with advanced electronic monitoring diagnostics that are designed to prolong machine life, enhance uptime and maximize productivity. Contronics monitors functions in real time and alerts the operator if problems occur. MATRIS, meanwhile, charts and analyzes data on machine handling and operation. Finally, CareTrack, the Volvo Construction Equipment telematics system, allows machine location and operating data to be securely viewed via the Internet from anywhere in the world, aiding fast decisions on maintenance and repairs. Servicing is made easy, with daily pre-start items quickly checked and scheduled service items conveniently grouped together. Both machines are fitted with a newly designed engine cover that provides excellent ventilation of the engine compartment. The cover can be electronically opened backwards — giving open access for fast and easy cleaning or servicing duties. Centralized, ground level lubrication banks lower the time spent on scheduled maintenance. And consumables like filters are easy to reach and easy to replace. The L110G and L120G are available with a large number of purpose built Volvo attachments to suit the application, including rehandling and light material buckets. It’s not just buckets — there is a wide range of other attachments available, as well as brackets that make changing tools fast and easy — all designed and approved by Volvo to work in harmony with the machines’ link-arm geometry, breakout, rim pull and lifting forces. For more information, call 828/650-2000 or visit www.volvo.com.


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Maslizek to Oversee Manitowoc, Grove North American Sales Manitowoc Cranes has named Joe Maslizek as the new vice president of sales of Manitowoc crawler cranes and Grove mobile hydraulic cranes in North America. Maslizek will oversee sales in North America for Grove and Manitowoc cranes, including distribution management and major accounts management in the region. He will report to David Hull, senior vice president of sales and marketing for North America. Hull said that Maslizek’s industry knowledge will serve him well in his new role. “Joe has been in the lifting industry for over two decades — half of Manitowoc Cranes has named Joe Maslizek as that with Manitowoc,” he said. “His the new vice president of sales of Manitowoc knowledge of our cranes, customers crawler cranes and Grove mobile hydraulic and the North American market is a cranes in North America. valuable asset to our company.” Maslizek joined Manitowoc in 2001 as joining Manitowoc, Maslizek worked in the senior regional business manager for sales and distribution management within Potain tower cranes. In 2010, he transitioned the cranes and construction industry. For more information, call 920/684-6621 to director of sales and major accounts for Grove and Manitowoc products. Prior to or visit www.manitowoc.com.

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SweepEx’s Mega 720 Broom CUT-R-TACH Designed for Attachment Is Largest Yet Range of Asphalt Cutting Jobs The SweepEx Mega 720 broom attachment is built with a 72-in. (183 cm) long mainframe, making it the largest unit within the Mega Series line. Ideal for a wide variety of applications, including cleanup of dirt, leaves, snow, material spills, standing water, steel shavings and gravel, the SweepEx Mega Series broom attachment is adaptable to most service vehicles. Mounting kits for forklifts, bucket lips, three-point hitches (class 1 and 2) and skid steer pivots are available to maximize the broom’s versatility. Designed for high productivity and minimum down time, SweepEx brooms are built with no moving parts, eliminating the cleaning and lubrication of sprockets and bearings typically associated with rotarystyle brooms. Brush replacement is quick and easy with the unique brush section system. By simply detaching the rugged end protectors, the broom’s brush sections are easily replaced, rotated or removed. The modular construction of the

SweepEx line minimizes dust and flying debris, protecting the operator, machinery and work environment. The broom’s polypropylene brush sections offer both durability and flexibility. Constructed of industrial steel and protected with a heavy powder-coat finish, the Mega Series includes 11 brush rows for maximum cleaning power. With the ability to attach MegaWing 90 (9-in. [22.8 cm]) and MegaWing 180 (18-in. [45.7 cm]) broom extenders to each end of the broom, the Mega 720 can be increased up to 108 in. (274 cm) for the largest applications. Other SweepEx Mega Series models include the Mega 480 (48-in. [122 cm] mainframe) and Mega 600 (60-in. [152 cm] mainframe). Optional accessories for all SweepEx models include a magnetic bar, dustmop, edge marker kit and the debris containment ends. For more information, call 800/7258377 or visit www.trynexfactory.com.

The 190C clamps directly to the buckets of tractor loader backhoes and wheel/track type loaders without special tools, modifications or adapters.

General Equipment Company’s 190C CUT-R-TACH rotary asphalt cutting attachment is specifically designed as a heavyduty, high production solution to a wide range of asphalt cutting projects. The 190C clamps directly to the buckets of tractor loader backhoes and wheel/track type loaders without special tools, modifications or adapters. Its twin screw clamping mechanism guarantees a tight fit in both forward and reverse cutting directions, according to the manufacturer. A 19-in. (48 cm) diameter cutting blade is Ideal for a wide variety of applications, including cleanup of dirt, leaves, snow, material spills, standing water, steel shavings and gravel, the SweepEx Mega Series machined from a special service duty, alloy steel and yields a maximum asphalt cutting broom attachment is adaptable to most service vehicles.

depth of 5.5 in. (14 cm). The unit is designed to handle a maximum downward force of 50,000 lbs. and the blade life expectancy is in excess of 25,000 lineal ft. (7,620 m). Blades are fully field replaceable without disturbing bearings or seals. The CUT-R-TACH unit features unitized, welded steel plate construction that is reinforced at critical stress areas. It is capable of cutting up to 6,000 lineal ft. (1,829 m) per hour in high density asphalt and is an alternative to conventional sawing and jackhammering methods. For more information, call 800/533-0524 or visit www.generalequip.com.


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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. WANTED 14G CAT MOTOR GRADER | WE WANT TO BUY USED CAT 14G MOTOR GRADER, YEAR MODEL 19761995. OFFER US WITH PICTURES, SERIAL NUMBERS, YEAR MODEL, MACHINE CONDITION AND LAST OFFER PRICE. ConTaCT: aIMn BLBoL Phone: +971504814823 Fax: +97165355291 eMaIL: saLe@aLWaFaequIPMenT.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– A30D | LOOKING FOR 3 LATE MODEL, LOW HOUR TRUCKS EQUIPPED WITH TAILGATES. ConTaCT: DaVID MuLLIns Phone: (276) 870-0005 Fax: (606) 644-0477 eMaIL: DMuLLIns@VerIzon.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MKT VIBRATORY PILE HAMMERS | I AM SEEKING TO PURCHASE MKT VIBRATORY PILE HAMMERS LOCATED IN THE USA. FORWARD PHOTOGRAPHS AND MODEL/YEAR INFORMATION TO MY EMAIL ADDRESS. I AM SEEKING USED CONTRACTOR OWNED VIBROS PRICED WHOLESALE. PROMPT PAYMENT AND EQUIPMENT PICKUP ASSURED. EMAIL ME IF YOU HAVE USED MKT V20B OR V35 MODEL VIBROS FOR SALE. ConTaCT: JeFF LaWson Phone: 864-542-4369 eMaIL: JLaWson29321@CharTer.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED TRACKS | LOOKING TO BUY USED SET OF TRACKS W/PADS FOR A CASE 850D ConTaCT: JaMes hoPKIns Phone: 559 676 2845 eMaIL: MTray10@gMaIL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR580 JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR WORK READY ConTaCT: rICharD Phone: 603 828-6100 eMaIL: CMIsoLD@CoMCasT.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LANDOLL TRAILER | 50 51 OR 53 FOOT AIR RIDE 35,40,50,55 TON USED FOR EXPORT ConTaCT: PaTrICK seMenuK Phone: 813-985-8546 exT # 204 Fax: 813-989-2554 eMaIL: LanDoLLTraILer@aoL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT BULLDOZERS | CAT D10T BULLDOZERS, UNDER 3,000 HOURS. MUST HAVE RIPPERS. ConTaCT: equIPMenT Manager Phone: 914-693-0300 eMaIL: ITC@BesTWeB.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZER D7G WITH RIPPER ONLY USER I NEED 3 ConTaCT: Jean MaurICe BouTIn Phone: 1 450 346 8975 eMaIL: JeanMaurICeBouTIn@BuLLDozerJM.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE 580SM | 580SM UNDER 3500 HRS. 4X4, EROPS, EXT, CLOSE TO PHILA, PA. ConTaCT: John neVIns Phone: 215-254-0120 eMaIL: JneVIns720@aoL.CoM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

BOBCAT EQUIPMENT | BOBCAT BRAND EQUIPMENT **WANTED** INSTANT CASH PAID. NO DEALERS PLEASE ConTaCT: Warren Phone: 239-682-4141 eMaIL: TWoPeTIes@aoL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LULL 844 OR 1044 FROM CONTRACTOR WHOLESALE PRICE ConTaCT: BrIan Phone: 856-207-5340 eMaIL: KeVIn@sansaLoneexCaVaTIng.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAB FOR KAWASAKI 70Z LOADER | COMPLETE CAB IS NEEDED ConTaCT: JennIFer Phone: 435-744-5580 Fax: 435-744-5586 eMaIL: JennIFerL@aLLIeDCon.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 951B UNDERCARRIGE PARTS CHEAP OF USED ConTaCT: KeVIn Phone: 856-297-4758 eMaIL: KeVIn@ sansaLoneexCaVaTIng.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– (2) CAT 627GS, UNDER 5,000 HRS, PREFER NE US • PREFER EROPS W/ A/C BUT NOT NECESSARY. ConTaCT: John neVIns eMaIL: JneVIns720@aoL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZER 550G LT «CASE« LOW HOURS AND D4G LT ConTaCT: Jean MaurICe BouTIn Phone: 1 450 346 8975 eMaIL: JeanMaurICeBouTIn@ VIDeoTron.Ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 12G,1990 1992, HM4001, 2001 2002, PC SERIES EXCAVATORS • WE ARE LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENT. IF YOU HAVE ANY UNIT IN YOUR STOCK, PLEASE SEND DETAILS & PICTURES ALONG WITH YOUR BEST PRICE. USA DEALERS ONLY. THANKS ConTaCT: MarK eMaIL: aaMarK.saLe@gMaIL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PC350 • WANT YEAR 2000~2002 ConTaCT: aLaM Phone: +971555999819 Fax: +97165433292 eMaIL: TM_TrD@yahoo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LATE MODEL F550 SERVICE TRUCK WITH CRANE, WELDER, AIR COMPRESSOR ConTaCT: nICK Phone: 203-535-9824 eMaIL: nBD.nICK@gMaIL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZER D7G AND D8K FROM USER ONLY STATES ConTaCT: Jean MaurICe BouTIn Phone: 1 450 346 8975 eMaIL: JeanMaurICeBouTIn@BuLLDozerJM.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 532DX ConTaCT: DaPhnIe eMaIL: DaPhnIe.rIVera@yahoo.CoM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

CAT 416C BACKHOE LOADER ConTaCT: MarK snoW Phone: 336-215-5388 Fax: 336-215-5388 eMaIL: MsnoW@CaroLInaCaT.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 815F | WE ARE LOOKING FOR 1 OR 2 CAT 815F COMPACTORS WITH 1500 TO 8000 HOURS, EROPS, AC. ConTaCT: MarCeL equIPMenT LTD Phone: 519-686-1123 Fax: 519-686-9350 eMaIL: saLes@MarCeLequIPMenT.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR ConTaCT: rICharD Phone: 603 828-6100 eMaIL: CMIsoLD@CoMCasT.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI EXCAVATOR EX200, EX200LC, UH083 | PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE AVAILABLE OR UP COMING UNIT. ConTaCT: hIDayaT Khan Phone: +92-345-8818803 eMaIL: naqIB_KhanInTrCo@hoTMaIL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DYNAPAC ROLLER CA251 & CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS 950B, 950E, 966F | LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE AVAILABLE OR UPCOMING UNIT. ConTaCT: naqIB Khan Phone: +92-333-3298751 eMaIL: naqIB_Khan73@yahoo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 66" SMOOTH DRUM FOR AN INGERSOLL RAND SD70F ConTaCT: WenDeLL CaIn Phone: 770-381-8984 Fax: 770-381-6977 eMaIL: WenDeLL@CaInanDToDD.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DUMPER | WE WANT TO BUY A KOMATSU CD110 RUBBER TRACK DUMP. ConTaCT: Larry LeIsTIKoW Phone: 608-655-1300 Fax: 608-655-1399 eMaIL: Larry@BaDgerMaChInery.neT ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

ALUMINUM PANELS FOR CONCRETE ConTaCT: LuIs CarMona Phone: 917 517 1117 eMaIL: VanCasaCxa@aoL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE LOADER BACKHOES • TRICO EQUIPMENT NJ : LOOKING FOR 580E K SK L SL M & SMS ConTaCT: FranK horan Phone: 1-800-654-useD (8733) exT. 1230 Fax: 856-697-1414 eMaIL: Fhoran@TrICoequIPMenT .CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR & DAEWOO & DOOSAN • 300 & 420 EXCAVATOR DAEWOO OR DOOSAN CAT EXCAVATOR 235 WHEEL LOADER 966F2 966G 972G 970F ALL CAT ConTaCT: MoDy shouKry Phone: 815-543-5252 Fax: 815-398-6715 eMaIL: MshouKry9@gMaIL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MASSEY FERGUSON BACKHOE ATTACHMENT • WANTED MODEL 2375 BACKHOE FOR MASSEY FERGUSON GC2310. CALL AFTER 8:00PM ConTaCT: gene Phone: 814-685-3147 eMaIL: FoxhoLLoW.nurserIes@ FronTIerneT.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONCRETE FORMING AND SHORING EQUIPMENT, PIPE BRACES, SHORING COMPONENTS, GANG FORMS, HANDSET FORMS • ANY TYPE ANY CONDITION ConTaCT: JIM Phone: 630-231-6900 Fax: 630-231-0266 eMaIL: saLes@ForMIngaMerICa .CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BUCKET • 48" BUCKET TO FIT HITACHI 450 EXCAVATOR. PLEASE CALL ConTaCT: Larry Phone: 608-655-1300 Fax: 608-655-1399 eMaIL: Larry@BaDgerMaChInery .neT ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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CONSTRUCTION • KOMATSU, PC200 LC7, 1997-2000 CASE 580SL 2W/D 19911999 KOBELCO SK200LCIV 1997-1998 ConTaCT: TruDy Phone: 832-295-4903 eMaIL: TruDyC165@gMaIL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU FORK LIFT 45 TON CAPACITY • LOOKING TO BUY A KOMATSU FORKLIFT 4 TO 5 TON CAPACITY, UP TO 4000 HOURS, FROM YEAR 2004 UP ConTaCT: Cargo aWay CorP Phone: 786-287-7056 Fax: 305-573-7038 eMaIL: CargoaWayCorP@LIVe.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EAGLE 1000CC OR 1200CC PORTABLE CRUSHING PLANT | ConTaCT: Joe 724-944-5569 eMaIL: FJs-1@aTT.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VAIL RIPPERS FOR A 700 J JOHN DEERE DOZER ConTaCT: Larry PaTTerson Phone: 918-625-2638 Fax: 918-352-3069 eMaIL: BeThPaTTerson@ sBCgLoBaL.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR • ND 30,00040,000LB PLUMBED EXCAVATOR FOR DEMOLITION WORK. ConTaCT: John neVIns eMaIL: JneVIns720@aoL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MINI LOADERS WPLATFORM AND CONCRETE BREAKER ConTaCT: MarCo eMaIL: MLoFFreno@aoL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MANITOWOC 4100 BOOM BASE • WANTED: MANITOWOC 4100 BOOM BASE DAMAGED OK. ConTaCT: BruCe haLL Phone: 281-485-3337 eMaIL: BaWCo@Juno.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SK210 • LOOKING FOR EXCAVATORS KOBELCO HITACHI AND KOMATSUS ConTaCT: Juan LaDIno Phone: 305-594-6968 Fax: 305 594-6512 eMaIL: saLes@ PoWerheaVyMaChInery.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAB WITH A/C JD50D EXCAVATOR ConTaCT: MaCon ThornTon Phone: 615-337-9712 eMaIL: MrTTLs@hoTMaIL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FINAL DRIVE PART # 195-27-00210 LH FOR A KOMATSU D375A-1 S/15267 CAN BE OEM, REMAN, USED. ConTaCT: roBerTo J PaLaCIos Phone: 786-287-7056 Fax: 305-573-7038 eMaIL: CargoaWayCorP@LIVe.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1998-2004 E7 MECHANICAL ENGINE | NEED A GOOD USED MECHANICAL MACK ENGINE/WITH A JAKE BRAKE, 350HP OR BETTER ConTaCT: JIMMy geTer Phone: 828-238-6080 Fax: 828-326-9153 eMaIL: honesTJIM59@aoL.CoM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: CATERPILLAR 939C, PREFER 4 IN 1 BUCKET, EITHER OPEN CAB OR CLOSED CAB WITH WORKING A/C | ConTaCT: Warren or Maureen eMaIL: TWoPeTIes@aoL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GEHL CTL80 • I AM LOOKING FOR A CYLINDER HEAD FOR A YANMAR 4TNV106T DIESEL ENGINE IN A GEHL CTL80 TRACK LOADER ConTaCT: JaMes zheLTonoga Phone: 610-847-8697 Fax: 610-847-8461 eMaIL: JMzee@FronTIer.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SAND DREGES ConTaCT: FLynT ray eMaIL: FLynTray@hoTMaIL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380JG1 TRACK CRUSHER | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR! ConTaCT: rICharD Phone: 603-828-6100 eMaIL: CMIsoLD@CoMCasT.neT –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED TO BUY CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADER 966F, 966FII, PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE AVAILABLE OR UPCOMING UNITS FOR SALES. ConTaCT: hIDayaT Khan Phone: +92-345-8818803 eMaIL: naqIB_KhanInTrCo@ hoTMaIL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200, EX200LC, UH083, UH083, UH07 • WE WANTED TO BUY FOLLOWING HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200-1, EX200LC-1, UH083, UH07-7. LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE AVAILABLE OR UPCOMING UNITS. ConTaCT: naqIB Khan Phone: +92-333-3298751 eMaIL: naqIB_Khan73@yahoo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED WHEEL LOADERS • WE ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR USED CAT WHEEL LOADERS 936, 950E, 966D, 966E, 966F, 966G, 966H, 980C, 988B. OFFER US WITH PRICES, SERIAL NUMBERS, PICTURES, YEAR MODELS AND MACHINE CONDITION. OFFER US WITH WHOLESALE PRICES ONLY. ConTaCT: aIMn Phone: +971504814823 eMaIL: saLe@aLWaFaequIPMenT.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANT TO PURCHASE PC400-7, ORIGINL PAINT . ConTaCT: rashID MahMooD Phone: +97150 2663939 Fax: +9716 5350006 eMaIL: rrashIDMahMooD@ hoTMaIL.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU D61PX12 • LOOKING FOR A MID HOUR (4-7K) MACHINE WITH AT LEAST 50% UNDERCARRIGE AND REASONABLY TIGHT BLADE ConTaCT: ToM sChIMeLFenIg Phone: 701-984-2522 Fax: 701-984-2523 eMaIL: ToMPeggy@DaKTeL.CoM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944

• Ledyard, CT (Foxwood Casino) DATE TBA For: Construction and Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Atlanta, GA Thurs., September 15, 2011 For: Construction and Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers

• St. Louis, IL DATE TBA For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers

• Baltimore, MD Fri., September 16, 2011 For: Construction, Aggregate Equipment, Trucks, Trailers • Monticello, NY Sat., September 17, 2011 For: Construction , Aggregate Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Plymouth, IN Fri., September 23, 2011 For: 2 Auctions in 1 Day! Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., September 23, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Support, Aerials, Trucks & Trailers • Atlantic City, NJ Sat., September 24, 2011 For: Rental Returns of Construction, Aerials, Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers • Altoona, PA Sat., October 1, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • City Island, NY Sun., October 2, 2011 For: One Island on the Long Island Sound and One City Block with Tenants in Downtown City Island, plus Personal Equipment • Dallas, TX Mon., October 3, 2011 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Attachments, Support, Aerials, Trucks and Trailers • Chicago, IL Thurs., October 6, 2011 For: Remediation – Demolition – Asbestos Removal Equipment, Tools & Accessories • Tuscaloosa, AL Fri., October 7, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Logging, Attachments, Support, Dump Trucks • Lexington, KY Wed., October 12, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Detroit, MI Fri., October 14, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Lake George, NY Sat., October 15, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Forestry Attachments, Dump Trailers, Support Equipment • Manassas, VA Wed., October 19, 2011 For: CAT Construction Equipment, Support, Forklifts, Pickups & Trailers • St. Louis, MO Thurs., October 20, 2011 For: Complete Liquidation of Concrete Precast Plant, plus Real Estate • Kissimmee, FL Tues., October 25, 2011 For: Rental Return of Late Model Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Cleveland, OH Thurs., October 27, 2011 For: Complete Liquidation CAT Construction Equipment, • Detroit, MI Fri., October 28, 2011 For: Large Construction & Ag Equipment, Attachments, Support

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Kansas City, MO September 15, 2011 • Salt Lake City, UT September 15, 2011 • Charleston, SC September 16, 2011 • Sykesville, MD September 20, 2011 • Olympia, WA September 21, 2011 • Jackson, MS September 21, 2011 • Columbus, OH September 22, 2011 • Los Angeles, CA September 23, 2011

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BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700 • San Bernardino, CA Thur., September 22, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Sacramento, CA Sat., October 8, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Sat., October 22, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Sacramento, CA Sat., November 12, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Thurs., November 17, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Sacramento, CA Sat., December 10, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Fri., December 16, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

• Phoenix, AZ September 27, 2011 • Statesville, NC September 28, 2011 • St. Louis, MO September 30, 2011 • Fort Worth, TX October 4-5, 2011 • Hartford, CT October 6, 2011 • Sacramento, CA October 7, 2011 • Chicago, IL October 7, 2011

CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432 • York, PA Tues., September 20, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Baltimore, MD Wed., September 21, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Fort Worth, TX Fri., September 0, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

• Denver, CO October 11, 2011 • Evansville, IN October 13, 2011 CANA DA • Montreal, QC September 22-23, 2011 • Toronto, ON September 26, 2011

COMLY AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS www.comly.com 215-634-2500 • Berlin, NJ Tues., September 27, 2011 For: Landscaping Vehicles and Equipment

• Grande Prairie, AB September 29-30, 2011

DAVIS AUCTIONS

• Saskatoon, SK October 6, 2011

www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087

• Chilliwack, BC October 12, 2011 • Ottawa, ON October 14, 2011 • Prince George, BC October 19, 2011 • Sept-Iles, QC October 20, 2011 I NTERNA TIONA L • Geelong, Australia September 15, 2011 • Ocana, Spain September 15-16, 2011

• Prospect, CT Sat., October 15, 2011 • Prospect, CT Sat., December 10, 2011

DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com 601-656-9768

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GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP

MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS, INC.

www.gforceauction.com 877-631-0650

www.myronbowling.com 513-738-3311

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., September 15, 2011 For: Construction

• Bergen, NY Thurs., September 15, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Lift Trucks, Trailer, Tractors

G.W. McGREW AUCTION COMPANY

• Springfield, MO Fri., September 16, 2011 For: Complete Liquidation Construction Equipment

www.mcgrewequipment.com 717-428-0922

• McClellandtown, PA Wed., September 21, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

• West Fargo, ND Tues., September 20, 2011 For: Small Contractor Business Estate Auction

ROGERS REALTY & AUCTION COMPANY

• Twin Valley, MN Fri., September 23, 2011 For: Harold Bergstrom Estate – Farm Equipment

www.rogersauctiongroup.com 800-442-7906 • Mt. Airy, NC Sat., September 17, 2011 – 11AM For: Sign Company Equipment Liquidation

UNITED AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS

• Novi, MI Thurs., September 22, 2011 For: Industrial/Commercial Masonry Equipment

UTILITY AUCTIONS

www.nitkeauctions.com 715-362-6162

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY

• Wausau, WI Fri.-Sat., October 28-29, 2011 For: Heavy Construction, Trucks and Trailers

ROY TIETSWORTH AUCTIONEERS

www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Ellwood City, PA Wed., October 5, 2011 For: Construction Equipment and Trucks

PAUL E. SAPERSTEIN INC. www.pesco.com 800-660-6553

• Flemington, NJ Wed., October 12, 2011 For: Surplus Equipment Liquidation

• Hudson, MA Tues., Oct 4, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

IRAY AUCTIONS

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC.

www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., September 16, 2011 • Portage, WI Fri., October 14, 2011 • Sioux Falls, SD Fri., November 11, 2011 • Foley, MN Fri., December 9, 2011

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Thurs., September 15, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., September 29, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 864-947-7888 • Pelzer, SC Wed.-Thurs., Sept 21-22, 2011 For: Annual Fall Contractors Auction • Brooklyn, MS Fri.-Sat., September 23-24, 2011 For: Mississippi Contractors Auction

DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC.

• Dubai, UAE September 27-28, 2011

• Columbus, OH Sat., November 5, 2011 For: Late Model Rental Return Construction Equipment, Attachments, Aerials

www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277

• St, Aubin Sur Gaillon, France Oct. 4, 2011

• Racine, WI Sat., November 12, 2011 For: Late Model Earthmoving Equipment, Trucks and Trailers

• Meppen, Germany October 6, 2011

FREY & SONS, INC.

• Hermosillo, Mexico October 7, 2011

www.freyandsons.com 419-455-3739

• Williamson, NC Thurs., October 6, 2011 For: Construction Equipment and Trucks

• Krakow, Poland Oct. 11, 2011

• East Peoria, IL Thurs., September 15, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Crushing & Screening quipment

• Lumberton, NC Thurs., October 6, 2011 For: 17th Annual December Contractors Auction

• Panama City, Panama Oct. 21, 2011

www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173

• Charlotte, NC Sat., September 24, 2011 For: Construction Equipment and Trucks

• Moerdijk, Netherlands September 22-23, 2011

• Kissimmee, FL Sat.-Sun., Jan 28 – Feb 5, 2012 For: 19th Annual Florida Sale! Rental Returns Construction Equipment, Attachments, Aerials, Support, Trucks and Trailers

www.rittenhouseauction.com 724-438-0581

NITKE AUCTIONS

• Philadelphia, MS Wed.-Thurs., Sept. 14-15, 2011 For: Huge 2 day Contractors Auction

• Pendleton, IN Fri., September 16, 2011 For: 19th Annual Fall Auction

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC.

• Online Only Thurs., September 15, 2011 For: Construction Equipment and Truck Auction

• Syracuse, NY Sat., October 29, 2011 For: Construction, Support, Attachments, Aerial, Trucks and Trailers

• Caorso, Italy October 6, 2011

RITTENHOUSE AUCTION COMPANY

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560

www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • Lowell, MA Thurs., September 15, 2011 For: Entire Equipment Fixture and Rolling Stock Inventory from Wood Processing Facility • North Franklin, CT Fri.-Sat., Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Paving, Trucks, Trailers, AG, Landscape & Mfg. Equipment • Columbus, OH Fri., October 14, 2011 For: Construction & Paving Equipment, Trucks, Trailers & Fleet Vehicles • Wharton, NJ Fri., October 28, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers & Fleet Vehicles

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Bidding Starts to Close Thurs., September 15 - 10AM For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Bidding Starts to Close Tues., September 27 - 10AM For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Bidding Starts to Close Thurs., September 29 - 10AM For: Construction Equipment

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., September 17, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 10, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

www.tietsworth.com 585-243-1563 • Groveland, NY Sat., September 17, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Heavy and Light Trucks

www.uaa-auctions.com 517-202-9173

www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., October 28, 2011 For: Construction and Utility Equipment

• Springville, NY Sat., September 24, 2011 For: Farm Tractor and Machinery Auction

WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY

• Rochester, NY Sat., October 1, 2011 For: Heavy Construction Equipment, Cars and Trucks

• Princeton, MN Sat., September 17, 2011 For: Heavy Equipment, Trucks, Trailer and Logging Auction

• Hamburg, NY Sat., October 8, 2011 For: Municipal and Contractor Equipment Auction

WILSON AUCTION & REALTY CO., LTD.

• Syracuse, NY Sat., October 22, 2011 For: Municipal and Contractor Equipment Auction • Groveland, NY Sat., December 3, 2011 For: Farm and Construction Equipment, Heavy and Light Trucks

RYAN AUCTION SALES www.ryanauctionsales.com 603-491-6159 • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., September 22, 201110AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Tues., October 11, 2011-10AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., October 27, 2011-10AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., Nov. 17, 2011-10AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., Dec. 15, 2011-10AM

SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC www.salesauctioncompany.com 860-627-7506 • Windsor Locks, CT Sat., October 1, 2011 For: Public Equipment Auction

www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700

www.wilsonauctionltd.com 419-636-5500 • Harrington, DE Sat., September 24, 2011 For: Mid-Atlantic Fall Equipment Auction

WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com 800-443-9580 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., September 22, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Steelton, PA Sat., October 15, 2011 For: Complete Liquidation of Glenwood Trucking, Plus Others • York Springs, PA Fri., October 28, 2011 For: Southern PA Contractor Auction

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Cadiz, OH Thurs., September 22, 2011 • Mt. Airy, NC Tues., September 27, 2011 • Darlington, PA Thurs., October 20, 2011 • Bow, NH Thurs., November 17, 2011 • Kissimmee, FL Mon.-Mon., February 6-13, 2012


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ASSE Releases Updated Standard for Explosives The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) released a revised A10.7 standard for construction and demolition operations, titled, “Safety Requirements for Transportation, Storage, Handling and Use of Commercial Explosives and Blasting Agents.” The American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/ ASSE A10 Accredited Standards Committee serves the construction and demolition industry and the A10 standards serve as guides for contractors, labor and equipment manufacturers in the construction and demolition industry to help make work practices safer for all. The A10.7 standard is applicable to the storage, handling and use of commercial explosives and blasting agents in the construction industry. The standard should not, however, be applied to pyrotechnics, small-arms ammunition or explosive power packs in the form of explosive-activated or explosive-charged construction devices such as explosive rivets, explosive bolts, charges for driving pins or studs, and cartridges for explosive-activated power tools. The standard provides best practices for use of commercial explosives and should be used to guide handling and use in a construction and demolition environment. Chair of the A10.7 subgroup, Lon Santis, stated, “Knowledge of the state-of-the-art best practices found in A10.7 is vital for any operator wanting to provide adequate explosives safety and security.” ASSE currently serves as the ANSI secretariat for ten additional standards committees, working with professionals worldwide to establish best practices for protecting people, property and the environment. ASSE has published more than 60 standards and has several new standards under development. For more information, call 847/699-2929 or visit www.asse.org/publications/standards.

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down the lake on two barges, lifted into position and then secured to the rest of the bridge, said Grady. “There will be a lifting system of cables that will come off the new bridge on the ends of the approaches, and the entire structure will be lifted into place. And beams will be placed underneath it and it will be bolted into place,” Grady said. “We are looking somewhere near the end of the month we hope,” he said. Almost two years ago the 80-year-old bridge that had spanned the lake was closed after it was found to be structurally unsafe. It was demolished. Construction on the new bridge began last year. It’s due to be finished by Oct. 9, but the contractor has been given a 65-day extension because of high water on the lake this spring.

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Ritchie Reels in More Than 1,900 Bidders at Md. Auction

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Talking shop are John Alexander (L), Alban CAT, Baltimore, Md., and Tom Jamison, Cleveland Brothers, Harrisburg, Pa.

Auctions always seem to have equipment that appeals to all buyers, including a John Deere crawler loader with attachment and a Caterpillar crawler loader.

Colombia, Chile, Indonesia, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Online bidders purchased approximately 34 percent of the equipment sold. The auction featured approximately 1,600 equipment items and trucks, including 50 hydraulic excavators, 45 loader backhoes, more than 30 crawler tractors, more than 25 articulated dump trucks, more than 40 truck tractors and 70 pick-up trucks. see RITCHIE page 144

The next Ritchie Bros. North East, Md., auction is scheduled for Oct. 18.

Reviewing the big board, bidders check bids on timed auction lots.

Backhoe loaders roll over the auction ramp during Ritchie Bros.’s recent North East, Md., sale.

Terex articulated trucks are ready for the auction ramp.

A large selection of rough-terrain cranes was available for bidding at Ritchie Bros.’s Aug. 25 North East, Md., auction.


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RENTAL RETURN AUCTION Construction, Aerials, Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers.

RETIREMENT AUCTION COMPLETE LIQUIDATION Krieger Contracting

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 @ 9:30 AM ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY (ATLANTIC CITY RACE TRACK) HILITES: 3 CRAWLER TRACTORS: (2) 2011 JD 650JXLT, 2006 Cat D6RXL, 12 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 325CL, Cat 325BL, Cat 324DL, Cat 320CL, 2006 Cat 315CL, 2005 Cat 303CR, Komatsu PC120-6, (3) 2004 Case CX160, 2004 Case CX14, Hitachi EX2002, ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: Grove AT635, Grove AT628 (4x4), RUBBER TIRED LOADER: Cat 950G-II, CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2004 Case 850K, CRAWLER LOADER: Cat 963C, 8 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2007 Cat 420EIT (4x4), Cat 420D (4x4), JD 310, Case 580L, (2) 2006-(2) 2005 JCB 214E, 5 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2003 Cat CB224, (2) Dynapac CC501, Dynapac CA302D, Dynapac 301D, 2 ASPHALT ROLLERS: IR DD24, Galion 3-5 ton, TRENCH ROLLER: Wacker, CURB MACHINES: Gomaco GT3600, 5 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2006 ASV RC100, (2) 2004 ASV RC85, 2007 ASV SR80, 2004 Bobcat T190, 5 SKID STEERS: 2003 JD 260-II, 2005 Case 410, (2) 2004 Case 40XT, Case 1845C, 6 TRENCHER: 2005 Vermeer R100, (2) 2005-2004 Vermeer RT100, 2007-2005 Vermeer RT60, 2 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2004 Terex TH842C, Gradall 534C, FORKLIFTS: Komatsu FG25, 3 BOOM LIFTS: 2005 JLG 860SJ, Simon MP60, Haulotte HB44J, 2 AIR COMPRESSORS: (2) 2004 IR P185WIR, GENERATORS: 2006 Wacker GA9.7HE 10,000watt, MQ 2500-5000watt Generators, 4 WOOD CHIPPERS: 2005 Vermeer BC1000XL, 2004 Bandit 200, (2) Brush Bandit 200XP 12in., BROOM TRACTOR: Massey Ferguson 4243, SWEEPERS: Johnston 4000, BOOM TRUCKS: 1995 Int’l. 4700 (s/a), DUMP TRUCK: 1986 GMC Brigadier (tri.), 2 TRUCK TRACTORS: (2) 2008 Kenworth T800 (t/a), ROLLOFF TRUCK: 2001 Freightliner FL70, STAKE TRUCKS: 1994 Chevy C3500 (s/a), FUEL/OIL TRUCK: 1995 IH 4900 (s/a), FUEL/ LUBE TRUCK: 1988 Ford LN8000 (t/a), SUVS: 2001 Ford Explorer, PICKUP: 2001 GMC 2500HD (4x4), 2 VANS: (2) 2004 GMC Savana Cargo, MOTORCYCLES: 1999 Harley Davidson Heritage Soft Tail, 4 CAMPERS: (2) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (2)Unused RVision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) 2012 Witzco 50T (tri.), 2 TAGALONG TRAILERS: Talbert 20 ton (t/a), Istat 20 ton (t/a), 8 UTILITY TRAILERS: 2005 Centerville TA614 (t/a), (2) 2002 Centerville 612T 6ft. x 12ft (s/a), 2005 Centerville 4ft. x 8ft. (s/a), 2005 JLG 7612 6ft. x 12ft. (t/a), 2005 JLG 7610 6ft. x 12ft. (t/a), 2005 JLG UT410 6ft. x 12ft. (t/a), Bobcat 3EC14 6,000lb. (t/a), 2 DUMP TRAILERS: (2) 1988 Atlas 50ton (tri.), 2 OIL TANKER TRAILERS: 1980 Fruehauf 7,000gal. (t/a), 1970 Pennco (t/a), CARGO TRAILER: 2007 American Hauler, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: New 3500-5600 thumbs, Unused Grapples, Unused Clamshell Buckets, Unused Rippers, Unused Tilting Buckets, Unused Cat-KomatsuHitachi Buckets, Skid Steers: New 60in. Brush Cutter, New Stump Bucket, Unused 48in. Pallet Forks, 2004 Bobcat 48in. Pallet Forks, Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Root Grapple, Tree Boom, Backhoe, Versatech Hay Spears, Root & Grapple Buckets, Frames, Stump Buckets, Quick Attach Plates, Snow & Mulch Buckets, SURVEY EQUIPMENT: (2) New 2011 Geotop GL-5 Laser Level, (2) New 2011 Geotop 32X Long Range, (2) New 2011 Geotop 20X Builder’s Transit Level, (4) New CST/Berger CLVP20D Auto Levels, (4) New Northwest NEXPK99 Laser Pkgs., SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: 16ft. Chain G70, 16in. Bulldog drain spade, Choker straps, 8,000lb. Mossy Oak Winch, Han Tech 2 ton Overhead Crane, Wet/Dry Vac, Rivet Busters, Air Hammers, Hardwood Floor Edger, Rear Tine Tiller, Drywall Lifts, lawn Vac, Brad Nailers, Air Staplers, Aerators, Laser Levels, Concrete Planers, Brick Saws, Air Compressors, Floor Stripper, Paint Sprayers, Hilti Core Drill Rigs, Rotary Combo Hammers, Jumping Jacks, Concrete Mixers, Pumps, Plate Tampers. SALE SITE PHONE: (609) 272-9702 or (609) 272-9703, (863) 660-4811.

online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com DIRECTIONS: Take Atlantic City Expressway to Exit 14 (Leipzig Ave) and follow signs to Atlantic City Race Track. Address: 4501 Leipzig Ave, Mays Landing, NJ 08330.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 @ 10:00 AM ALTOONA (DUNCANSVILLE), PENNSYLVANIA NOTE: Robert Krieger, president and owner of Krieger Contracting, has decided to retire and sell all of his equipment and trucks at public auction. JACK’S NOTE: Krieger Contracting’s equipment is in excellent condition and ready to go to work. All the equipment and trucks were under strict maintenance programs. HILITES INCLUDE: 6 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D10L/ripper (brand new undercarriage), Cat D9H (ripper), Cat D9H, Cat D9H (parts), Cat D5H (new undercarriage), Cat D4H, Cat D9H Blade, (2) Cat D10 Undercarriages, Cat D9H engine, CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 973, 2 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 235 (plumbed), Cat 225LC, Hitachi EX55UR, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR: Cat 980B, Cat 930, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Cat 446 (4x4), Cat 436 (4x4), MOTOR SCRAPERS: Cat 641, Cat 641, Cat 641, Terex TS18, 4 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: Cat D400, DJB 400C, Euclid R35, Euclid R35, VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CS553 (84in.), SKID STEERS: Bobcat 873, HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR BUCKETS: (25) Cat & Hitachi various sizes up to Cat 330, TRUCK TRACTORS: 1988 Peterbilt heavy hauler (tri.), Mack R Model (t/a), FUEL TRUCKS: Ford (s/a), IH (s/a), SERVICE TRUCK: Ford (Boom), 2 CAMPERS: Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2006 Talbert 55T (tri.), PLUS WELDERS, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: New 3500-5600 Thumbs, Buckets, Skid Steers: Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Root Grapple, Tree Boom, Backhoe, Versatech Hay Spears, Versatech Root Grapples, Root & Grapple Buckets, Frames, Stump Buckets, Quick Attach & Mount Plates, Snow & Mulch Buckets, JUMPING JACKS, CHAIN BINDERS, PRESSURE WASHERS, TIRES, SWEEPER BROOMS, STEEL PLATES & MORE, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Impact Wrenches, New Water Hose, Pintle Hitches, Ratchet Straps, Diamond Blades, Submersible Pumps, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Air Spray Gun Kit, Water Pump, Mustang Rammer, Jack Hammer Air Hose, Hammer Drill, Hose Reels, Scaffolding, Porta Powers, Straps, Bottle Jacks, Battery Charger, Winches, Socket, Hose Reel, Booster Packs, Weedeater, Chainsaws, Vise, Sandblaster, Drill Press, Tri-Ball, Post Hole Digger, Cherry Picker, Wagon, Trailer Jacks, Pressure Jack.

online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com DIRECTIONS: From Altoona-Blair County Airport: PA-866 N 1.2 miles, left on PA-164 W/ W Allegheny St. 4 miles (follow PA-164 W.) Right on PA-164 W/ Trail 611 3.2 miles (follow PA-164 W.) right on Ols US 220 N .9 miles, left on Donnertown Rd. .7 miles. Site on right. From Pittsburgh International Airport: Left at fork, follow signs for I-376 E/ I-79 E Pittsburgh/ Pennsylvania Turnpike E – merge on I-376 E 16.9 miles. Slight right – stay on I-376 E 14.5 miles. Continue onto US-22E 66.6 miles (signs for Murrysville.) Take exit toward Summit .3 miles, right onto Admiral Peary Hwy./ State Rt. 2014 .8 miles. Follow Admiral peary Hwy, continue on Old Rt. 22 6.7 miles. Right on Old US 220 S 2.9 miles, right on Donnertown Rd. .7 miles. Site on right. From State College: US-322 BUS W/ N Atherton St. 3.4 miles, take ramp to I-99 S/ US-220 S/ US-322 W .5 miles. Left at fork, follow signs for I-99 S/ US-220 S/ US-322 W/ Altoona/ Philipsburg and merge onto I99 S/ US-220 S/ US-322 W 46.4 miles. Follow I-99 S/ US-220S. Exit 23 to merge onto PA-164 E toward PA-36/ Roaring Spring/ Portage .8 miles. Left onto Old US 220N .9 miles, left on Donnertown Rd. .7 miles. Site on right. Address: Off exit 23 on I- 99. 100 Donnertown Rd, Duncansville, PA 16635.

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Terex Skid Steers Offer High Ground Clearances, Rear Angle of Departure

Online Auction Sale By Order of U.S. Bankruptcy Court Case # 11-19474-JHW

LANDSCAPING VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT DUMP TRUCKS, BOX TRUCK, PICK-UP TRUCKS TRACTOR, EQUIPMENT TRAILERS, SALT SPREADER, MOWERS, TRIMMERS, SNOW PLOWS BLOWERS, TOOLS, AIR COMPRESSORS BRICK INVENTORY

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(5) DUMP TRUCKS, (2) PICK-UPS, BOX TRUCK, TRACTOR EQUIPMENT TRAILERS, SALT SPREADER, PLOWS, BLOWERS 2000 Ford F-650 15’ Dump Truck, 2002 Ford F-550 & F-450 9’ Dump Trucks, (2) 2004 Ford F-350 9’ Dump Trucks, 1983 Ford E-350 Box Truck, 2000 Ford F-250 Pick-Up, 1999 Ford Ranger Pick-Up, 1992 F-Series 12’ Stakebody Truck, Kubota L3750 Tractor, (6) Asst. 10’ to 18’ Equipment & Landscaping Trailers, (5) Asst. 14’ – 24’ Storage Trailers, Salt Dogg 8’ S.S. Salt Spreader, (5) Asst. Franklin 8’ Snow Plows. MOWERS, TRIMMERS, AIR COMPRESSORS, TOOLS COMPUTERS, OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT (3) Toro & Ferris 60” Riding Mowers, (6) Asst. Scag, Lesco 36” - 52” Walk Behind Mowers, Push Mowers, Seed Spreaders, Toro & Craftsman Snow Blowers, Leaf Blowers, Cut-Off Saws, Weed & Hedge Trimmers, Edgers, Sprayers, 50. Gal Sprayer, Air Compressor, Bomag Plate Compactors, Chain Saws, Wheel Barrows, Hand Tools. Etc.

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With eight models ranging from 50 to 83 hp (37 to 62 al two-speed transmission propels Terex loaders to the fast kW), Terex skid steer loaders are designed to be more pro- top speeds — up to 12 mph (19 kmh). Terex loaders also ductive due to their high ground clearances and rear angles offer increased fuel capacities, with 25-gal. (94.6 L) fuel of departure, high travel speeds, increased fuel capacities, tanks in the medium-frame loaders and 30-gal. (113.5 L) fuel strong tractive effort and mechanical-faced axle seals. tanks in the large-frame models, translating to longer operat“Terex skid steer loaders are engineered to give operators ing times between refueling. more power and productivity during operation and are built Productivity of the new Terex skid steer loaders also is to keep working when and where others can’t,” said Jamie enhanced by the ergonomic operator’s environment. The Wright, product manager, Terex Construction Americas. “Terex skid steer loaders are ideal for rental, landscape, construction and agricultural applications where contractors and owner/operators need reliable, productive machines that get the job done efficiently and cost effectively.” Offering four radial lift path models (TSR50, TSR60, TSR70 and TSR80), as well as four vertical lift path models (TSV50, TSV60, TSV70 and TSV80), Terex designed its skid steer loaders with enhanced ground clearances and rear angles of departure: 10.5 in. (22.6 cm) ground clearance and 29 degree rear angle of departure on medium-frame loaders (TSR50/60 and TSV50/60) and 26 degree on large-frame loaders (TSR70/80 and TSV70/80). These features improve the ability of the Offering four radial lift path models (TSR50, TSR60, TSR70 and TSR80), as machine to traverse soft, uneven well as four vertical lift path models (TSV50, TSV60, TSV70 and TSV80), Terex terrain, according to the manufac- designed its skid steer loaders with enhanced ground clearances and rear turer. angles of departure. Offering improved tractive effort on all models — 8,453 lbs. (3,834 kg) on the medium-frame models and 8,700 lbs. (3,946 kg) tower design on the loaders offers enhanced visibility, while on the large-frame models, Terex skid steer loader operators the sealed and pressurized cab on the new Terex loaders proare able to move more material per loader per day. The drive vides a clean operating environment. Open-style and pumps and motors on these loaders are performance enclosed cab operator stations are available, allowing Terex matched to provide operators with the optimum amount of customers to select a machine to best suit their job site needs. hydraulic horsepower on every task. Terex loaders also are “Everything from the hydraulics to the balanced machine designed with load-sensing hydraulics to ensure that fuel and weight, ensures smooth operation, reduced vibrations and energy are not wasted on surplus hydraulic power, so opera- exceptional stability, contributing to improved operator comtors can push material, dig, grade and drive-through the fort,” said Wright. toughest job site conditions, yet conserve power when To keep operators fresh and in control, hydraulic joystick requirements are less demanding. controls come as standard equipment on all Terex loaders For increased versatility, the loader arms on the Terex models, allowing for quick, agile manipulation of the models are designed to easily accommodate over-the-tire machine’s bucket, loader and travel functions with minimal steel tracks, and because these loaders run cool, allowing effort. The joystick controls feature built-in switches for auxoperators to work longer in hot, humid environments. iliary hydraulic and electric control of attachments — each To get more done on every job site, Terex offers perform- model is pre-wired for quick, easy connection to attachance-matched attachments for its skid steer loader line, ments. including auger, backhoe, rotary broom, general purpose To combat unnecessary downtime and maintenance costs, bucket, light-material bucket, multi-purpose bucket, dozer mechanical-faced axle seals are standard in all Terex skid blade, pallet forks, power box rake, snow blade, snow blow- steer loaders. These seals extend the life of the axle bearings er, stump grinder, trencher, vibratory roller and the by preventing the migration of material such as dust, sand Loegering Eliminator rake. Each attachment comes standard and debris. Terex skid steer loaders also feature a tilt-up with the necessary hydraulic lines and connectors or electric ROPS to ensure quick, trouble-free service checks by makconnections for a quick, easy fit. ing all daily service points easily accessible. For quick cycle times, a powerful drive train with optionFor more information, visit www.terexrealitycheck.com.


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Wed., October 5, 2011 – 9:00AM Ellwood City, Pennsylvania (New Castle/Butler Area) Antique Crawler Tractors and Grader: `54 CAT D2, s/n 05U14694 • `54 CAT D2, s/n 05U14102 (Complete Parts Machine-Not Running) • `29 CAT 10 • GLEDHILL Tow Behind Grader, s/n 200 Rubber Tired Loaders and Attachments: KOMATSU WA75-3H, s/n KMTWA062C79H21509 • KOMATSU WA75-3, s/n HA950750 (Parts Only) • 60” & 48” Fork Attachments Mini Excavators and Attachments: KOMATSU PC78MR-6, s/n A01001956 • `95 CAT 307, s/n 9ZL01589 • INDECO HP1100 Hydraulic Demo Hammer • NPK C-4B Hydraulic Plate Compactor • 32” Compaction Wheel Skid Steer Loader, Attachments and Forklift: `05 CAT 262B, s/n T02238 • MELROE/IR Sweeper 60 Hydraulic Broom • MELROE/IR LR5B Rock Hound • BOBCAT 84” Hydraulic Angle Broom • JD 48” Fork Attachment • GROUSER 84” 6-Way Blade • 3-Point Hitch Mounting Plate, with Gill 72” pulverizer • 7’ Lifting Boom • Receiver Hitch Mounting Plate • 15” Steel Tracks • CLARK 8,000# Pneumatic Tired Forklift, s/n Y6851043051 Hook-Lift Truck and Bodies, Dump and Utility Trucks: `95 CHEVY Kodiak S/A Hook-Lift Truck, Swap Industries mdl 125 hook lift system • Hook Lift Beds: WACK 11’ Steel Hook Lift Dump Body • (2) WACK 91”x13’ Hook Lift Flatbed Bodies • `88 FORD F-700 S/A Dump • `08 FORD E-350 Super Duty Utility Truck PLUS MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST: Electric Motor Car • Tag-Along and Office Trailers • Pipe Wagons • Landscape Equipment and Concrete Saws • Compactor • Generator and Air Compressor • Pipeline Contractors Tools • Trench Boxes, Road Plate, and Pipe • Shop and Contractors Tools

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Huge Sinkhole Opens Up Under Highway in Big Dig Tunnel BOSTON (AP) State transportation officials say a massive 4 ft. (1.2 m) deep hole has opened up about 9 ft. (2.7 m) below the road surface in a Big Dig tunnel in Boston, but poses no danger to drivers. The roughly 190 ft. (58 m) long sinkhole that has filled with water was caused by settling of the clay around the tunnel. During construction 11 years ago, contractors chemically froze the soil so it wouldn’t collapse as they dug the tunnel

connecting the Massachusetts Turnpike with the Ted Williams Tunnel under train tracks. Engineers expected settling, but it has happened faster than expected. It’s expected to cost $15 million to fix the problem, but not until the ground finishes settling by 2014. The $15 billion Big Dig highway project has been plagued by cost overruns and construction problems.

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6 @ 8:30 AM CHICAGO, ILLINOIS NOTE: The decision has been made to sell the following equipment that will not be used in further operations. HILITES INCLUDE: HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 315L, 3 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2005 Cat 950G, 2007 Cat 924H, JCB 411, CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2005 JD 450JLT, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Case 590, SKID STEERS: 2003 Cat 236B, 2 DECK CRANES: (2) IC701A, 6 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2002 Atlas XAS96DD 185CFM, Coleman 25 gal, Coleman 110, (3) Husky 5HD, 8 WELDERS: (2) 2003 Miller Trail Blazer 250G, (2) 2002 Miller AEAD200LE Gensets, (2) 2004 Miller Welder Gensets, Lincoln Stick, Pro Weld CD-212P, LIGHT PLANTS, SWEEPERS: Tennant 6500LP, WATER TRUCK: Dodge 800, DUMP TRUCKS: 2004 Mack CV713 (t/a), 3 FLATBED TRUCKS: 1994 Freightliner FL70 (s/a), Isuzu, Chevy Tiltmaster, 2 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2007 Peterbilt 335 (s/a), Ford 750, VAN TRUCKS: 2003 Isuzu NPR, 4 VANS: 2004 GMC Packvan, 1995 Ford Econoline 150, (2) Chevy 3500, 6

CAMPERS: (3) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (3)Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., 3 ROLLOFF BOXES: 2007 40yard, 2006 30 yard, 2006 20 yard, 3 DUMP TRAILERS: (2) 2007-2003 Dierzen Dominator 22ft. (t/a), VAN TRAILERS: United (t/a), CARGO TRAILERS: 2010 Haulmark DLX (s/a), DUMP BOXES: 2005 3 cu. yd., CEMENT HAULER TRAILER, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Stanley Hammer, New 66in. -78in., Buckets, Snow & Mulch Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears & Grapple Buckets, New Excalibur Thumbs, Pallet Forks, Excavators: 2004 Genesis GXP500R Hydr. Shear, Hydr. Arm, Grapple for 330CL, Hammer for 312CL, Grapples for 345BL, Cat 325, Concrete Muncher, Demo Poker, MP30 Shear, MP20, Labounty Shear, Labounty Grapple, Concrete Muncher, Buckets, 10,000lb. Wrecking Ball, Loaders: Bider Bucket for 950G, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Blastrac Vacccum, Cummins Generator, Tile Machines, Power Washers,Trash Pumsp, Wire Stripper, Patented Super Collectors, Floor Grinders, Hako Explosion Proof Vacuum, Blas-It-Alls, Airline Monitor Board, Paper Baler, Craftsmans Hand Tools, Neg Air Machines, Floor Chippers, Titan Sprayers, Jack Hammers, Portable Shower, Snapper Snow Blower, Buffers, Hammer Drills, Motorola Hand radios, Chop Saws, Concrete Saws, Voltage Testers, Sensidyne Air Pumps, Steel Carts, Pallet Jacks, Air Nailers, Defogger, 3x6 Baker Scaffold, Engine Hoist, Rival Reddy Heaters, Propane heaters, Band Saws, Makita Cordless Drills, Extension & Step Ladders, Craftsman Tool Boxes, Craftsman lawn Mower, Poulan Chain Saws, Makita & DeWalt Sawzalls, Battery Chargers, Cordless Drills, Jig Saws, Wheel Barrows, McCulloch -Husqvarna - Homelite Chainsaws, Water Trough, Hand Truck, DeWalt & Skil Circ Saws, Mop Buckets/ Wringers,Water Pump, Pintle Hitches, Extension Cords, Air Hose, Finishing Sanders, Braces, Jack Stands, Bolt Cutters, Flow Meter Testers, First Aid Kits, Air Compressor Hose, Scaffold Jack, Scaffold Pins, Fire Hydrant Wrench.

IL LIC. # 441001125 Jack Lyon Sponsored by: IL LIC. # 444.00318 Powers Auction & Equipment Sales LLC online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com

ALEX LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc. Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315/633-2944 Fax: 315/633-8010 www.lyonauction.com


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ABSOLUTE AUCTION FEATURING EQUIPMENT FROM ROBERSON CONTRACTING INC. 1294 Greenville Avenue, Williamston, NC 27892

THURSDAY, OCT. 6th, 2011 - 8:30AM Note: This will be a DriveThru Auction and there will be no sales tax charged on this auction on items belonging to ROBERSON CONTRACTING INC.

CALL TO DAY FOR A FREE BR OCHURE

2011 DEERE 672GP AWD MOTOR GRADER For more information on this major auction or for consignment information, contact auction Sales Manager, EB Webb at (252) 245-1405

For more information on this major absolute auction, such as full equipment listings with pictures and descriptions, visit our company website at: www.meekinsauction.com

2006 DEERE 544J ARTICULATED DUMP TRUCKS (2) 2003 CASE 325

HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS 2005 JOHN DEERE 450C LC 2005 JOHN DEERE 270C LC (2) 2006 KOMATSU PC200LC-8 2003 KOMATSU PC200LC-7L 2004 HITACHI ZX200LC 2000 HITACHI EX230LC-5 2006 LINK-BELT 210LX 2002 VOLVO EW170 (RUBBER TIRE)

CRAWLER DOZERS 2007 JOHN DEERE 700J LGP

2009 VOLVO PF-6170 2005 JOHN DEERE 750C LGP SERIES II 2002 JOHN DEERE 750C LGP SERIES II 1998 JOHN DEERE 750C LGP 2007 JOHN DEERE 650J LGP 2005 JOHN DEERE 650J LGP 2001 JOHN DEERE 650H LGP 1998 CAT D6M LGP 1997 CAT D4C XL SERIES III 1988 DRESSER TD-15E

1996 CHAMPION 710A 2007 NORAM 65E 2003 PSI M413XT

MOTOR GRADERS

ASPHALT EQUIPMENT

2011 JOHN DEERE 672GP AWD 1995 CAT 12H 2001 VOLVO G716A VHP AWD 1996 CHAMPION 730A SERIES IV

2009 VOLVO PF-6170 PNEUMATIC ASPHALT PAVER 2001 CAT AP-900B PNEUMATIC ASPHALT PAVER 1994 CEDARAPIDS CR351 PNEUMATIC ASPHALT PAVER

MOTOR SCRAPER 1991 CAT 615C

AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT POWERSCREEN MARK II PORTABLE TOPSOIL SCREENING PLANT

2001 CAT AP-900B

(1 OF 4) CASE IH STEIGER STX430HD

2003 MIDLAND SP-8 ROAD WIDENER INGERSOLL-RAND MT-6520 ASPHALT MILLING MACHINE 2000 ROADTEC MTV-1000B ASPHALT SHUTTLE BUGGY CMI TR-500 TRACK ASPHALT RECLAIMER LITTLEFORD 434 ASPHALT TACK WAGON

TANDEM VIBRATORY ASPHALT ROLLERS

VIBRATORY SMOOTH DRUM COMPACTORS

2002 ROSCO TRU-PAC 915

2006 INGERSOLL-RAND SD-116DX 2006 HAMM 3410 2002 HAMM 2420D 1998 HYPAC C850B

1998 LAYMOR 8HB 1998 LAYMOR 6HB BROCE RC300 M-B COMPANY MB96

Auction conducted by:

2008 INGERSOLL-RAND DD-138HFA (2) 2002 INGERSOLL-RAND DD-110HF 2001 INGERSOLL-RAND DD-110HF 2008 VOLVO DD-24 1997 INGERSOLL-RAND DD-22

PNEUMATIC ASPHALT ROLLER BROOM TRACTORS

Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company 4070 NC Hwy 211 East, Lumberton, NC 28358 NC Firm License #858 Office Phone: (800) 499-6560 (910) 739-0547 Email: info@meekinsauction.com


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2008 VOLVO DD-24

(1 of 3) 2009 PETERBILT 365 QUAD DUMPS

2001 VOLVO G716A VHP AWD

2005 DEERE 450C LC

2006 LINK-BELT 210LX

2007 NEW HOLLAND TN60A (4X4) LOADER BACKHOES 2007 JOHN DEERE 310J (4X4) 2007 JOHN DEERE 310SG (4X4) 2003 KOMATSU WB140-2 (4X4) 2006 RHM GF6LM GO-FOR-DIGGER

WHEEL LOADERS 2002 JOHN DEERE 644H 2006 JOHN DEERE 544J 2010 CHALLENGER L256

SKID STEER LOADER 2006 TAKEUCHI TL150 CRAWLER HIGH FLOW – FECON MULCHING ATTACHMENT

1999 INT 9900 EAGLE - TUFF THOM TLB25

2002 DEERE 644H

2009 JOHN DEERE 5065E

2003 MIDLAND SP-8 ROAD WIDENER

2004 HITACHI ZAXIS 200LC

2006 HAMM 3410

2006 INT 7300 - ROSCO MAXIMIZER II DISTRIBUTOR

(1 of 3) 2006 INT. 7600 QUADS

2007 PETERBILT 379 - 1998 FERREE 50 TON

1995 CASE/INTERNATIONAL 7150 (4WD) MASSEY FERGUSON 3120T (4WD) MASSEY FERGUSON 399 (4WD) MASSEY FERGUSON 240

AGRICULTURAL TRACTORS 1999 NEW HOLLAND 8360 (4WD) JOHN DEERE 8760 (4WD)

2007 GMC SIERRA Z71 CREW CAB - 4X4

2008 INGERSOLL RAND DD-138HFA

WATER TRUCKS/WATER WAGON

2008 PETERBILT 340 QUAD DUMP

FUEL TRUCK

LOWBOY TRAILERS

SUPPORT EQUIPMENT/ATTACHMENTS

DUMP TRUCKS – TRI AXLE

2001 AIR BURNER T-350 PORTABLE PIT BURNER (2) FINN PORTABLE STRAW BLOWERS GOOSEN BCG-3 BALE CHOPPER 2003 ALKOTA 5355J PORTABLE PRESSURE WASHER UNIT (2) 2011 EASY KLEEN MAGNUM GOLD 4000 INDUSTRIAL PRESSURE WASHERS (2) 2011 EASY KLEEN MAGNUM PLUS 4000 INDUSTRIAL PRESSURE WASHERS STOW CC813H18 WALK-BEHIND CONCRETE SAW TARGET WALK-BEHIND CONCRETE SAW ROME RIPPER ATTACHMENT (2) 2005 BUSH HOG SBX840 BOX BLADES 1995 WOODS XT184 ROTARY CUTTER

FUEL & LUBE TRUCK

2004 INTERNATIONAL 5000 PAYSTAR 1999 INTERNATIONAL 5000 PAYSTAR

1995 FORD F-SERIES

FUEL TANKER TRAILERS

MECHANIC TRUCK 2008 FORD F-550XL SUPERDUTY

BUTLER 8,500-GALLON FUEL TANKER (6) OFF-ROAD DIESEL FUEL TRAILERS

SERVICE TRUCKS

CARGO TRAILERS

2006 CHEVROLET 2500HD CREW CAB 1999 FORD F-250XLT SUPERDUTY EXTENDED CAB (4X4)

2008 LARK

WELDING EQUIPMENT 2003 MILLER TRAILBLAZER 301 PORTABLE MILLER SYNCROWAVE 200 MILLER BOBCAT 225 PLUS PORTABLE

INDUSTRIAL PAN TRACTORS

(2) 2007-2006 NEW HOLLAND TN60A (4X4) 2005 NEW HOLLAND TN60A 1995 FORD 8340 POWERSTAR SLE 2009 JOHN DEERE 5065E 2005 CHALLENGER MT525B SLOPE MOWER 2006 BRANSON 2910i (4X4)

HARRELL 8204 (4-ROW) BOTTOM SWITCH PLOW JOHN DEERE 215 OFF-SET DISC HARROW MIDLAND 885 OFF-SET DISC HARROW EFFICIENCY 7.5 CUBIC YARD ROCK BOX (4) 2008 CLUB CAR PRECEDENT GOLF CARTS WANCO PORTABLE ARROW BOARD (6) PORTABLE CHANGEABLE MESSAGE BOARDS CARVER SUPER C DRAG BLADE ATTACHMENT

2007 DEERE 700J LGP

DODGE RAM 350 (4X4) MOBILE DRILL B31

2003 REYNOLDS 18CMX (6) 2002 REYNOLDS 18CMX 2002 REYNOLDS 17CS12

2008 THOMPSON 6 INCH PORTABLE (4) MEYERS-SETH 6 INCH PORTABLE 2006 WACKER PDT3A MAGNUM MTP300 RED LION 5RLAG-2

UTILITY TRACTORS

2008 FORD F-550XL SUPERDUTY MECHANIC

(1 OF 2) 2006 KOMATSU PC200LC-8

(3) 2009 PETERBILT 365 – ALLISON TRANS 2008 PETERBILT 340 (3) 2006 INTERNATIONAL 7600

HYDRAULIC PULL SCRAPERS

2002 LULL 844C-42 TELESCOPIC CASE 586E (4X4) ROUGH TERRAIN CASE 585E (4X4) ROUGH TERRAIN 1996 MOFFETT M5000 PIGGYBACK

(4) 2007 CASE IH STEIGER STX430HD (4WD)

2007 DEERE 650J LGP

2005 CHALLENGER MTS25B

1998 CHEVROLET 3500 SILVERADO CREW CAB DUALLY 1996 CHEVROLET 3500 SILVERADO CREW CAB DUALLY (4X4) 2007 FORD F-150XLT EXTENDED CAB (4X4) 2006 FORD F-150XLT EXTENDED CAB (4X4) 2006 FORD F-150XLT CREW CAB (4X4) (2) 2001 FORD F-150 LARIAT CREW CAB (4X4) 2001 FORD F-150XLT CREW CAB (4X4) (5) 2001 FORD F-150 EXTENDED CAB (6) 1998 FORD F-150 EXTENDED CAB (7) 1997 FORD F-150 EXTENDED CAB 2003 FORD EXPLORER SUV 1997 CHEVROLET 2500 SUBURBAN (4X4) SUV 1998 FORD CLUB WAGON PASSENGER VAN 1992 DODGE RAM 350 PASSENGER VAN

WATER/TRASH PUMPS FORKLIFTS

INGERSOLL RAND MT6520 MILLING MACHINE

2000 ROADTEC MTV-1000B

2002 ROSCO TRU-PAC 915 PNEUMATIC

2007 DEERE 310SG - 4X4

2007 DEERE 310J - 4X4

2007 NORAM 65E TURBO

1999 NEW HOLLAND 8360

TRUCK TRACTOR – TRI AXLE

KAISER (AWD) 5,000-GALLON 2000 INTERNATIONAL 4700 2,000-GALLON INT LOADSTAR 1800 2,000-GALLON 1,500-GALLON WATER WAGON

ASPHALT DISTRIBUTOR TRUCK 2006 INTERNATIONAL 7300 SFA – ROSCO MAXIMIZER II

2007 PETERBILT 379 DAY CAB

SEPTIC TANK PUMP TRUCKS

TRUCK TRACTORS – TANDEM AXLE

1995 FORD L8000 2,000-GALLON 1995 FORD F-SERIES 2,000 GALLON

1999 INTERNATIONAL 9900 EAGLE DAY CAB 1990 KENWORTH T800 DAY CAB

MOBILE DRILL TRUCK

DUMP TRUCKS – QUAD AXLE

DUMP TRUCK – TANDEM AXLE

1994 INTERNATIONAL 4900 (2,000-GALLON) FORD F600 (800 GALLON)

1999 INTERNATIONAL 5000 SFA PAYSTAR

DUMP TRUCKS – SINGLE AXLE 2000 INTERNATIONAL 4700 FLATBED 1991 CHEVROLET KODIAK FLATBED 1987 FORD F800

PICKUPS/SUVS/VANS FLATBED TRUCK 1997 CHEVROLET 3500HD

2007 GMC SIERRA Z71 CREW CAB (4X4) 2004 GMC SIERRA 1500

1998 FERREE LTTV-50W (50-TON) 1997 LANDOLL 35-TON TUFF THOM TLB25 (25-TON)

DRY VAN TRAILERS (2) FRUEHAUF 45 FT LUFKIN 45 FT TRAILMOBILE 42 FT STRICK 40 FT


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Komatsu Hybrid Saves an Average of 25 Percent Fuel Komatsu America Corp has introduced the Hybrid HB215LC-1 hydraulic excavator into the North American market. Now in its second generation, the HB215LC-1 builds on the first generation Komatsu hybrid excavator. The HB215LC-1 is powered by the Komatsu hybrid system, which includes Komatsu’s electric swing motor, power generator motor, capacitor and a 141 hp (104 kW) diesel engine. Komatsu developed its hybrid system to work on the principle of swing energy regeneration and energy storage using the Komatsu ultra capacitor system. Komatsu’s ultra capacitors provide fast energy storage and instantaneous power transmission. The kinetic energy generated during the swing-braking phase is converted to electricity, which is sent through an inverter and then captured by the ultra capacitor. This captured energy is then discharged very quickly for upper structure rotation and to assist the engine as commanded by the hybrid controller when accelerating under workload conditions.

ments and a pattern change valve as standard equipment. Also, the hybrid power train components are backed by a 5 year/7,000 hour warranty. The HB215LC-1 saves an average of 25 percent fuel with an equivalent reduction in CO2 emissions as compared to the standard excavator model. The new Hybrid HB215LC-1 offers power and efficiency, yet reduces environmental impact, according to the manufacturer. The HB215LC-1 comes standard with the Komtrax technology, which sends machine operating information to a secure Web site utilizing wireless technology. Data such as operating hours, location, cautions and maintenance alerts are relayed to the web application for analysis. The Komtrax fleet monitoring system increases machine availability, reduces the risk of machine theft, allows for remote diagnosis by the distributor, and provides a wealth of other information to drive business efficiency and productivity. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.

The HB215LC-1 has an operating weight of 47,530 lbs. (21,559 kg) and a bucket capacity of 1.57 cu. yd. (1.2 cu m).

The HB215LC-1 has an operating weight of 47,530 lbs. (21,559 kg) and a bucket capacity of 1.57 cu. yd. (1.2 cu m). Komatsu’s second-generation hybrid excavator has been designed for even easier serviceability. The HB215LC-1 has an additional service valve for use with hydraulic attach-

Ritchie Puts 1,600 Items on the Block in North East, Md. RITCHIE from page 134

Jeff Keeney catches bids at Ring 2, the virtual ramp.

A self-serve kiosk is one way to bid on equipment.

Ritchie Bros.’s Steve Kriebel takes bids on a Caterpillar dozer.


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IronPlanet Now an Exclusive Auction Site for IRON Search IronPlanet has become the exclusive auction site for IRON Search, an online remarketing outlet for agricultural equipment. Equipment dealers can now seamlessly move inventory from IRONSearch.com to IronPlanet.com for auction as the result of a newly formed alliance between the two industry leaders. Additionally, equipment to be auctioned at IronPlanet is now searchable on IRONsearch.com. “We are very excited to offer dealers a seamless transition from IRON Search listings to IronPlanet’s online auctions and the convenience of selling equipment without any undue transportation expense, plus IronPlanet’s exclusive IronClad Assurance resulting in better prices for the dealer’s equipment,” said Jeff Jeter, executive vice president of IronPlanet. “We look forward to working with IRON Search to enhance their marketplace experience through the integration with IronPlanet and the ability for sellers to send aged inventory to IronPlanet.” Unlike traditional auctions, sellers at IronPlanet achieve sales through weekly auctions, fair market value for equipment, low selling costs, and a global audience of buyers.

IronPlanet sells the equipment from the consignor’s location, eliminating transportation costs for the seller. The detailed inspection reports and exclusive IronClad Assurance attract bidders from around the world and enable buyers to bid with a high degree of confidence, according to the company. “Everyone wants more — buyers want more selection and sellers want more ways to sell what they have at fair market value,” said David Greenberg, president of IRONsearch.com. “The alliance makes it possible to provide more for both.” IRON Search subscribers who manage their used inventory and publish equipment listings for sale on the web using IRON Search will now be able to consign inventory to auction on the IronPlanet auction site. Using IRON Search, dealers can choose which pieces of equipment go to auction and when, resulting in improved inventory turnover rates and reduced handling costs. For more information about IronPlanet, call 888/433-5426 or visit www.ironplanet.com. For more information about IRON Solutions, visit www.ironsolutions.com.

Public Auction Construction and Utility Equipment

Friday, October 28th @ 9:00 Auction Location:

601 Christiana Ave. Wilmington, DE 19801

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

Inspection on October 26th & 27th from 8am-5pm

Visit our website for a list of inventory & pictures

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

ABSOLUTE AUCTION Surplus Equipment Mannon Excavating & Paving Co., Inc. Wed., Oct. 12, 2011 – 9:00AM

Flemington, New Jersey Hydraulic Excavators: `95 CAT 330L, s/n 5YM01668 • `84 KOMATSU PC220LC-2, s/n 12007 Crawler Tractors: `06 JD 750JLT Series IV, s/n 131494 (725 Original Hours) • `99 JD 650G Series IV, s/n 875039 • `86 CAT D6H, s/n 4RC00804 • `03 CAT D5GLGP, s/n RKG00621 • `89 CAT D4H Series II, s/n 8PB03666 Rubber Tired Loaders: `98 CAT 962G, s/n 4PW00218 • `88 KOMATSU WA250-1L, s/n A10511 • Hydraulic Side Dump Bucket (WA250) Motor Graders and Road Maintainers: `95 CHAMPION 720AVHP, s/n X025287, 6x4, 12’ moldboard (2,700 Hours) • `81 CAT 12G, s/n 61M08608, 12’ moldboard (8,100 Hours) • HUBER M650 Maintainer, s/n CM3762 • HUBER M500 Maintainer, s/n CM3042 Vibratory Compactors: `96 BOMAG BW213D2, s/n 109400270308T, 82” • `99 DYNAPAC CA152D Vibratory Compactor, s/n 64220539, 66” Tractor Loader Backhoes and Utility Tractor: `97 CASE 580SL, 4x4 Extend-A-Hoe, s/n JJG0201292 • `96 CASE 580 Super L 4x4 Extend-A-Hoe, s/n JJG0193184 • `86 CASE 580SE, 4x4, s/n 17037673 • 2002 JOHN DEERE Model 4510, 4x4 Utility Tractor, s/n 155901 • Digging Buckets: GEITH 36”; (2) CASE 24” • CASE 16” • CASE 12” Skid Steer Loaders and Attachments: `10 BOBCAT S650, EROPS, hi-flow hyd • `08 BOBCAT S330, EROPS • `04 CAT 262B, OROPS, aux hyd • `08 BOBCAT Forestry Cutter • (1 set) Steel Tracks Asphalt Pavers and Rollers: `02 LEEBOY L8500T Elite II Crawler, s/n 2931HD, Legend 8’-15’ screed • `98 BLAW-KNOX PF3172 Pneumatic, s/n 31722817, Omni II 10’16’ screed • `03 HAMM HD75, s/n 50205, 66” • `95 BOMAG BW141AD-2, s/n 101490040162, 58” • `98 DYNAPAC CC142, s/n 60211358, 51” • `99 CAT CB224C, s/n 3AL01672, 46” Truck Tractor and Lowboy Trailer: `87 AUTOCAR T/A, Cummins diesel, 8LL, double frame • `79 ROGERS 50 Ton T/A, 8’x22’ well, hydraulic ground bearing detachable Dump Trucks: `04 MACK CV713 Granite T/A • `03 WESTERN STAR 4964FA T/A • `95 WESTERN STAR 4964F T/A • `95 WESTERN STAR 4964F T/A • `86 MACK RD686SX T/A • `87 GMC 7000 S/A • `72 MACK U685T S/A • `93 MACK RD690S Tri-Axle Asphalt Distributor Truck and Tank Trailer: `90 MACK MS250P COE S/A, 1998 Etnyre 1,250 gallon distributor body • `88 ETNYRE CT1040, 6,500 Gallon T/A Insulated Asphalt Tank Trailer Mobile Sweeper and Water Truck: `88 ELGIN Premier Whirlwind Mobile Sweeper, s/n L0138D • `77 MACK R686ST, 3,000 Gallon T/A PLUS: Dump and Tag-A-Long Trailers • Utility and Pickup Trucks • Portable Air Compressor, Arrowboard, Mulch Blower, and Skid Steer Attachments.

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

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


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ADVERTISER INDEX ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..........................................99 ACR EQUIPMENT CO ....................................................104 ALBAN CAT ..........................................................................6 ALEX LYON & SON INC PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ....................................131 ATLANTIC CITY NJ 9/24 ALTOONA PA 10/01/11 ..137 CHICAGO IL 10/06/11 ............................................141 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ............................27 ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP ......................................7 ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ..........................121 ALLU GROUP ....................................................................47 ANACONDA CONVEYORS USA INC ................................90 ARTIC SNOW & ICE CONTROL PRODUCTS ................109 ATLAS COPCO - ROCKSTAR ..........................................84 BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ................................................98 BARGAINS ........................................................................125 BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ........................................104 BAY-LYNX MANUFACTURING INC ................................107 BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ..................................................35 BINDER MACHINERY CO ..................................................3 BODINE MFG ..................................................................118 CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ..................................................22 CAT AUCTION SERVICES YORK PA 09/20/11 ..................................................135 CEG SCALE MODELS ......................................................71 CHADWICK-BAROSS ........................................................29 CHENANGO TRUCK ........................................................69 CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ..................32,66,102 CHICAGO PNEUMATIC ....................................................85 CLASSIFIEDS ..................................................................126 COBLE TRENCH SAFETY ................................................34 COMLY AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS BERLIN NJ 09/27-28/2011 ....................................138 COMPANY WRENCH ......................................................124 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ..................................80 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ..........42,51,76,129 COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC ..........................52 CRAIG MANUFACTURING LTD ......................................120 CREAN EQUIPMENT ......................................................104 DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT........................22 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ....................................55 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ........................................63 DYNAPAC ........................................................................114 EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ....................40,147 EDWARD EHRBAR INC ....................................................13 EESSCO ............................................................................81 ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ..............................................39,84 EMERALD EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS ................................83 EOP ................................................................................124 EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ................................18 ERRICKSON EQUIPMENT INC ........................................48 ESCO CORP ....................................................................118 FELLING TRAILERS ..........................................................70

FLUID POWER ................................................................104 FOLEY INC ..........................................................................9 GEHL SKID STEER ..........................................................64 GEITH INC ........................................................................43 GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP ..............................133 GRIDIRON AFTERMARKET ............................................105 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ..............................102 GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ..............................6 GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE) ....................................116 H & R PARTS ....................................................................14 HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO ........................124 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ......................112 HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT INC ............................................23 HUNYADY AUCTION CO ELLWOOD CITY PA 10/05/11 ................................141 FLEMINGTON NJ 10/12/11 ....................................145 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ..............................118 ICUEE ................................................................................58 INDEXATOR INC ..............................................................119 IRON PLANET ONLINE 09/29/11 ....................................................139 J & J TRUCK BODIES ......................................................39 J & J TRUCK EQUIPMENT ................................................37 JERRE MARTIN REPAIR ..................................................14 JESCO ................................................................................21 JOHN DEERE ....................................................................57 KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............110,111 KLEEMAN ..........................................................................95 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ............................................115 KOMATSU CRUSHERS ....................................................97 KUBOTA ............................................................................53 KUBOTA SVL ......................................................................61 LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC ..............................123 LIEBHERR EQUIPMENT ..................................................36 LIFTECH EQUIPMENT CO INC ........................................37 LINCOLN INDUSTRIAL ......................................................41 LIUGONG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ......................59 LLOYD MEEKINS & SONS ..............................................142 LUCKY’S TRAILER SALES ..............................................68 MB AMERICA INC ..............................................................94 MCCLOSKEY INTERNATIONAL ........................................91 MESSICK’S ........................................................................22 METSO MINERALS CRUSHING ......................................87 METSO MINERALS SCREENING ....................................93 MONROE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO INC ................124 MUNICIBID.COM ............................................................138 MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS BERGEN NY 09/15/11 ............................................132 NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS ..............................120 NORTRAX ..........................................................................31 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ........................45 OPDYKE INC ....................................................................68 PAUL E SAPERSTEIN CO INC

HUDSON MA 10/04/11............................................140 PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ..............................................5 PENSKE ............................................................................66 PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ............................................78 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC LOWELL MA 09/15/11 ............................................133 PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ..........................................17 PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ..................................10 POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ..................................101 PRO-TECH MANUFACTURING ......................................107 PROFILE PUBLICATIONS ................................................49 RANSOME CAT ....................................................2,36,48,52 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS STATESVILLE NC 9/28/11 HARTFORD CT 10/06/11........................................148 RITTENHOUSE AUCTION CO MCCLELLANDTOWN PA 09/21/11 ........................136 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ........................................48 RUBBLE MASTER ............................................................94 RUDD EQUIPMENT CO ....................................................28 SALES AUCTION COMPANY LLC WINDSOR LOCKS CT 10/01/11 ............................140 SENNEBOGEN ..................................................................86 SHUR-CO ..........................................................................69 SOLESBEE EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ..........................122 STATE LINE MACHINE INC ............................................108 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ....................................11 STU HARRIS ....................................................................129 SUMMIT AUTO GROUP ....................................................69 TEREX CRANES ................................................................73 THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ......................104 TOPCON POSITIONING SYSTEMS ................................47 TOWMASTER INC ......................................................67,124 TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ....................................19 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ..................................33 TRASK-DECROW MACHINERY ......................................34 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ......................................32 TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES LLC ..............................79 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC WILMINTON DE 10/28/11 ......................................145 VANTAGE EQUIPMENT ....................................................15 VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ..........................................25 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA ......................74 WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ......................................25 WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT INC ..........................................34 WHITNEY & SON INC ......................................................89 WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS VIRTUAL AUCTION 09/22/11..................................136 WOODS CRW CORP ........................................................20 YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS FLEMING OHIO 09/22/11 ......................................136 ZADOON ............................................................................28

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Case CX210B with Rubber Tracks

RECENT TRADES 2003 Case CX75, Stk# 32824, 2475 Hrs..........................$33,000

1997 Case 621B Wheel Loader, Stk# 33116, 8855 Hrs.............. ..............................................................................................$28,000

2005 Takeuchi TL130, Stk# 32993, 2828 Hrs ................$18,750

2008 Kubota L39, Stk# 32136, 66 Hrs ............................$33,000

2008 Astec TF300B, Stk# 32929, 15 Hrs........................$17,000

2004 Case 580SM Loader Backhoe, Stk# 32690, 3400 Hrs .... ..............................................................................................$39,000

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