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D.H. Griffin Looks Back at 9/11 Efforts

D’Annunzio & Sons Celebrates 30 Years…8

Work is moving along to replace a 60-year-old bridge between Keyser, W.Va., and McCoole, Md. The Memorial Bridge is a part of U.S. Route 220, and crosses the Potomac River. Mine Reclamation Job Heads Toward Finish…24

Memorial Bridge Project Progresses in W.Va., Md. By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

UTCA Hol ds Annual Conve ntio n in A.C . …46

Table of Contents ....................4 Truck & Trailer Section ..65-73 Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section ..........77-102 Attachment Section ....109-116 Snow & Ice Section ....117-121 Parts Section ................122-123 Business Calendar ..............124 Auction Section ..Starts at 131 Advertisers Index ................146

Work is moving along to replace a 60year-old bridge between Keyser, W.Va., and McCoole, Md. The Memorial Bridge is a part of U.S Route 220, and crosses the Potomac River. The full dollar amount of the project is $26.5 million, with funding coming from

the Federal Highway Administration, the state of Maryland, and the state of West Virginia. The contract was awarded by the West Virginia Department of Transportation to Ahern & Associates of Saint Albans, W.Va., a division of Kokosing Construction Co., Fredericktown, Ohio. The project manager is Steve Diehl.

Piles of debris stood 50 ft. (15 m) high when Griffin arrived at the scene.

By Giles Lambertson CEG CORRESPONDENT

Not every day does a visitor to an unprecedented public disaster show up to volunteer with recovery efforts and almost immediately become de facto manager of the project. But the eleventh day of September 2001 was not just any day in New York City. That day the city became the target of coordinated terrorist attacks that quickly spread to Washington, D.C. After an airliner was intentionally crashed into each of the World Trade City towers in New York City — with a third flown into the Pentagon in Washington and a fourth into the noted that the local employment data ground before it could hit another Washington tarremains relatively split as private sector get — the world in general, and America in particdemand increased and public sector activity ular, was stunned. declined more rapidly during the past year. David H. Griffin Jr. wasn’t stunned for long. “The construction market is caught Two days after the towers fell, with concrete dust between increases in private sector demand see BRIDGE page 124

Demands From Private Sector Boost Industry Employment Construction employment increased in 146 out of 337 metropolitan areas between August 2010 and August 2011, declined in 145 and stayed level in 46, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released Sept. 26 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials

see ANALYSIS page 140

see GRIFFIN page 38


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AFTER 30 YEARS, D’ANNUNZIO & SONS REMAINS BUSY IN N.J.

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D’Annunzio & Sons Completes 30 Years in Construction Recent Work Reflects Family-Owned Company’s Unique Engineering, Construction Strengths New Jersey is well known for its family-owned and operated construction firms. D’Annunzio & Sons is one of those who has come a long way from when the original family firm got its start in the 1950’s as a pipe contractor. However, 30 years ago the third generation families decided to go their separate ways and in 1981 Joseph Sr. and his four sons started anew under the name of D’Annunzioi & Sons Inc. Since that time the firm has grown and completed many complex and challenging projects, while developing the capability to successfully complete a wide variety of unique heavy highway construction projects in the NYC metropolitan area. At its inception, the company started with railroad foundation work, utility installation and environmental cleanup contracts, while it also began to move into the highway and bridge sector in 1983. As more money flowed into that area of infrastructure, the frim continued to expand into larger projects for the NJDOT. D’Annunzio & Sons completed numerous road and bridge projects which included major work at Routes 70 and 88 in Brick Township, Parkway interchanges 131A and 109, reconstruction and a new interchange at Route 10 in Parsippany, reconstruction of Route 38 in southern New Jersey, reconstruction of a portion of Route 17 in Mahwah, reconstruction of Route 211 in Middleton, N.Y., and roadway widening and construction of bridges on approzimately 14 mi. (22.5 km) along Route 287 in Riverdale through Morristown. The firm also spent nearly two straight decades continuously performing work at Newark Liberty International Airport for the PANYNJ. This work included runway expansions, electrical substation construction, road, bridge, utilities and maintenance work as well. During the past five years, D’Annunzio & Sons has been especially active with work in New York City as well as New Jersey. Projects have included foundation and site work, util-

Pier 86 Intrepid Park renovations project on the Hudson River.

ity installations, several unique park construction projects, major utility relocation and road decking on Second Avenue, extensive remediation of the Brookfield Avenue Landfill and reactivation of the Staten Island Railroad. D’Annunzio’s unique park work included Pier 25 uplands utilities and park construction for the Hudson River Park Trust where the firm constructed the park on a recently renovated pier. This park serves the residents of the Battery Park City neighborhood and includes a skate board facility, mini golf course, volley ball court, water park, soccer field and other facilities. The firm also constructed two other parks along the Hudson River, one of which is the home of the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum. In addition, the con-

A portion of the work on the 2nd Avenue South Shaft in NYC.

pany recently completed a major foundation project that included utilities and site work as a subcontractor to Skanska Building USA as part of the United Nations refurbishment project and constructed a deep foundation in the area for a Con Edison underground power transformer vault. D’Annunzio & Sons is also currently involved in the construction of a part of the Second Avenue Subway. This work includes open excavation, extensive utility relocation and road decking on Second Avenue between 83rd and 87th Streets. The project has involved coordination of the relocation of underground Con Edison electric, gas mains up to 30 in. (76 cm) diameter, NYC DEP water and sewer lines up to 48 in. (122 cm) diameter and Empire City Subway/Verizon ducts and manholes, while maintaining active services. D’Annunzio’s contract also includes construction of two 30 ft. (9 m) deep pilot shafts and road decking for ongoing traffic. These shafts will be extended and used for the mucking activities for the 86 th St. station cavern project. All of the work has been constructed in stages across the full width of 2nd Avenue, while hanging/supporting existing utilities from a temporary road framing structure and maintaining traffic. D’Annunzio’s work at the Brookfield Avenue Landfill in Staten Island is a substantial joint venture contract with Barbella and Servidone/B.Anthony Construction. The work is for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection and consists of an overall site of about 220 acres of which 128 acres includes the final capping of the

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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: 1H9US333SAS196339; 238 Hours; Trailer Mounted 35 foot Bridge Inspection and Work Platform ........................................................................$166,000 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 ..$44,500 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 ............................................................................................................................................$49,000 2006 GMC TOPKICK C6500, 1,799 Hrs; 2000 Gallon Ledwell Water Truck ........................$43,500 Wheel Loader 2008 CAT 930H, S/N: DHC1137, 2017 Hrs, AC, Coupler, GP Bkt & Forks ........................$149,000 2009 CAT 938H, S/N MJC407; 3,620 Hrs; AC, 3V, Fusion Cpl, GP, New Tires, From Dealer's Rental Fleet....................................................................................................................................$168,000 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

We buy used and salvaged machinery. Specializing in used Caterpillar® parts. Place your parts requests on-line at www.outbackparts.com

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 10/31/11 –  cash or approved financing Subject to prior sale – Rental purchase not available 2001 John Deere TC62H, Unit# 21633, 10,162 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”

Starting in January 2011, the First Friday of every month in 2011, we will serve lunch from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM at all four locations.

LEBANON, PA

SELLERSVILLE, PA

BETHLEHEM, PA

LEWISBERRY, PA

2550 E. Cumberland St. (717) 273-2616 (800) 225-4001

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

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

640 Lowther Rd. (717) 938-6568 (866) 787-0001

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 60 Ton

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2+2 or 3+1 with

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

NEW

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USED Rogers 60 Ton No-Foot, Air Ride, Wheel Covers..................................................................................Just Traded

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CIM Program Eyes Donations for World of Concrete Auction

The Kandey Company is using a utility panel guide system on the Parker-Fries Project.

The Pro-Tec slide rail shoring system is installed from the top down and removed from the bottom up.

The slide rail system Kandey Company is using consists of a bore pit and a receiving pit.

Slide-Rail System Aids Kandey Co. on Challenging Parker-Fries Project in N.Y. Imagine houses, trees, sidewalks, fractured clay, sticky clay and glacial till. Add to that the challenge of keeping a road lane open while boring a 48 in. (122 cm) pipe underneath. These and many other challenges are what Kandey Company Inc. out of West Seneca, N.Y. is facing while completing the first of the multiphase ParkerFries Project. The Parker-Fries Project is a major construction project in Tonawanda, New York. The project started in the summer of 2010 and will continue over the next 18 to 24 months. It will replace more than 11,000 ft. (3,353 m) of aging and deteriorating sanitary sewer system line. The old sewer line has been a source of contention between the town of Tonawanda and the state Department of Environmental Conservation, due in part to the unfortunate instances in which the overflow has entered the storm water system, eventually ending up in nearby waterways. The Kandey Company was awarded the $26.4 million dollar ParkerFries Project in June 2010. Originally, the project was going to be done with an H-pile system, but the concern over the width required by that style of shoring had Kandey Company searching for alternatives. The project was designed to be in the street while keeping one lane open, but Kandey did not want to deal with the added expense of open cutting and replacing

a double lane street. “I was on another slide rail job for Kandey and I was talking about the utility panel guide [UPG] system,” said Leo Shaw, western New York northern Pennsylvania representative of Mabey Bridge and Shore, a trench shoring and shielding distributor of Pro-Tec Equipment. “That foreman mentioned that Bill Duncan [foreman of the Parker-Fries Project] was looking for a system through which to run utilities. I drove straight to the job trailer and explained the Pro-Tec Equipment Slide Rail System and the UPG’s to him.” The Pro-Tec Equipment utility panel guide system is part of the slide rail shoring system, which is a modular, dig and push shoring system. The Pro-Tec slide rail shoring system is installed from the top down and removed from the bottom up, minimizing the size of excavations, soil disturbances, and restoration time and cost. The installation is done with low vibration, providing soil support for excavations, adjacent structures and existing utilities. The UPG allows those existing utilities to enter and exit the excavation site and also provide a means for boring operations to take place in a safe and shored excavation. At Pro-Tec Equipment Joshua Thorne, slide rail manager, and the C.A.D.D. department quickly created a design that met the needs of Kandey and Mabey Bridge.

“My initial thoughts were to try and pursue a high clearance arch system,” recalled Thorne, “but after talking with Leo, and flying out to the site, I knew that the UPG system was the system that could get the project done.” “The biggest concern that I had,” remarked Bill Duncan, “was with the active lines being where they were. Doing this job with H-pile would have been difficult, with the extra width that would have been needed.” “Installing the [slide rail] system took some time to get used to,” said Bobby Walter, site support of Kandey Company, “but after talking with the site consultant that Pro-Tec Equipment sent out, things went together nicely.” The Slide Rail System that Mabey Bridge and Shore is providing Kandey Company consists of a bore pit that measures 12.5 ft. wide by 46 ft. long by 24 ft. to 28 ft. (3.8 by 14 by 7.3 to 8.5 m) in depth, which is to be installed and removed six separate times, and a receiving pit that measures 16 ft. wide by 16 ft. long by 24 ft. to 28 ft. (4.8 by 4.8 by 7.3 to 8.5 m) in depth, which is to be installed and removed two separate times. Shaw added, “Without the great partnership between Mabey Bridge and Pro-Tec Equipment, a large job like this doesn’t happen. It is a pleasure knowing that Pro-Tec Equipment is there when we need them.”

The Concrete Industry Management (CIM) program — a business intensive program that awards students with a fouryear Bachelor of Science degree in Concrete Industry Management — is seeking donations for its seventh annual auction to be held at the World of Concrete. The auction is scheduled for Jan. 25 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The silent auction will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the live auction begins at 1 p.m. According to Gene Martineau, chairman of the CIM National Steering Committee, “The proceeds from the 2012 auction will benefit the CIM National Steering Committee [NSC] and support the current CIM programs, the new executive MBA program, as well as help fund future program expansion.” Organizers hope the 2012 auction is even bigger than the 2011 auction, which raised more than $500,000. The money raised from the CIM auction will benefit the NSC and support the CIM programs at Middle Tennessee State University, Arizona State University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Texas State University and the California State University - Chico. “The NSC of CIM has raised more than $2 million through the previous six CIM auctions,” said Brian Gallagher, CIM marketing committee chairman. “We’ve been blessed with tremendous support from the concrete industry. The World of Concrete [WOC] show management, Hanley Wood Publications, The Concrete Producer magazine, Concrete Construction magazine, McNeilus and Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers have been with us from the beginning,” he added. Previous auction items have included concrete mixer trucks, cement, skid steers, concrete saws, drills, mixers, vibrators, scaffolding, safety equipment, screeds, fiber transport systems, dust collectors, NDT equipment, decorative concrete tools, water meters, pumps, generators, training sessions, reference books, advertisements, laptop computers, mobile computers, sports memorabilia, sports travel packages, golf school packages and vacation travel packages. Those interested in making a donation should contact CIM Auction Committee Chairman Gene Martineau at eugenemartineau@comcast.net or 904/735-5537.

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2007 KOMATSU PC228USLC-3 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR 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

$142,500

2000 JOHN DEERE 650H LT CRAWLER DOZER

SOLD

C002225

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

$6,950

C001601

YR

Model

KOMATSU 2007 JOHN DEERE 2000 KOMATSU 2006 2008 2006 KOMATSU 2005 2008 2005 2006 2007 1997 2005 DRESSER 1988 1988 KOMATSU 1998 2007 2007 2007 1997 KUBOTA 2009

PRICE

WB156-5 C001935 SOLD CRAWLER DOZERS/LOADERS

$67,500

SOLD

$35,000

D37EX-21 D61EX-15 D65EX-15

C002101

$99,500

$67,500

EE# BACKHOES

650H LT

EDWARD EHRBAR, INC. NOW OFFERS THE FULL LINE OF TEREX® COMPACT EQUIPMENT.

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 C001935

$39,500

2007 LEEBOY L8515T PAVER

2007 KOMATSU WB156-5 LOADER/ BACKHOE

SOLD

$35,000

1988 DRESSER 560B WHEEL LOADER

2003 ECONOLINE 20 TON TAG TRAILER C002165

COMPACT EQUIPMENT SPECIALIST

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

C002225 18502 20178 18219 EXCAVATORS

PC09-1 C001746 PC35MR-2 C002239 PC35MR-3 C002046 PC220LC-8LR C001119 PC228USLC-3 C002175 PC300LC-6 C002048 PW220-7 C002089 WHEEL LOADERS

YR

Model

EE#

PRICE

GRADERS

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

$19,500 $37,500 $33,500 $189,000 $142,500 $75,000 $122,500

510B 560B

C002158 C001601

$12,500 $39,500

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

CATERPILLAR VGSOND 12 C002030 SOLD 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 1979 HFR50TD3 C002126 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

Representing These Fine Lines of Equipment:

$6,900 $7,950 $6,950 $14,500

$19,500

TO MEET THE INCREASED DEMAND FOR QUALITY TEREX® EQUIPMENT IN THE NEW YORK AND CONNECTICUT AREAS, EDWARD EHRBAR, INC. IS NOW AN AUTHORIZED TEREX® EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTOR. BACKHOES, WHEELED & TRACKED SKID STEERS, COMPACT EXCAVATORS AND LOADERS... TEREX HAS THE RIGHT MACHINE TO MATCH UP WITH YOUR NEXT PROJECT. CALL EDWARD EHRBAR INC. TODAY TO FILL ALL OF YOUR COMPACT EQUIPMENT NEEDS. EDWARD EHRBAR, INC. WORKS FOR YOU BY HELPING TO KEEP YOUR TEREX® EQUIPMENT ON THE JOB. YOU CAN READ MORE INFO ON THIS ANNOUNCEMENT BY VISITING WWW.EHRBAR.COM OR WWW.CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENTGUIDE.COM

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

Contact: Hank Ruttura • Holbrook Office

631-563-7600

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

www.ehrbar.com


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Contact: Paul Oliveira 781-935-1919 x206 poliveira@cn-wood.com

www.cn-wood.com

2009 Komatsu WA200-6, Coupler/Bucket/AUX Hydraulics with 508 Hrs..........$108,500

2006 Komatsu WA250-5, Coupler/Bucket/AUX Hydraulics with 2212 Hrs $100,000

2000 Komatsu WA320-3L, New Engine, Pin on Bucket with AUX Hydraulics with 4806 Hrs............$85,000

2002 Komatsu WA380-5H, Newer Tires/Coupler/Bucket with 11,620 Hrs ...... ................$85,000

2000 Komatsu WA420-3MC, New Pins and Bushings in Work Equipment with 13,151 Hrs ...... ................$48,500

2007 Komatsu WB156PS-2, Coupler/Bucket/Aux Hydraulics / 4WD / Extendahoe with 552 Hrs ....$85,000

2008 Komatsu SK820-5, with Cab/Heat with 263 Hrs............$25,500

2002 Trackless MT5, with Sander / Snow Blower / Snow Plow / Sweeper with 2606 Hrs............$50,000

1996 Volvo L50C, with Coupler/Bucket/Aux Hydraulics with 7114 Hrs ................ ................$52,500

2004 Gradall XL4300, with Aux Hydraulics and 3 Buckets with 3609 Hrs..........$135,000

2004 Elgin Pelican SE, with 4801 Hrs .... ................$65,000

2002 Elgin Pelican SE, with 3609 Hrs .. ................$45,000

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

2002 CAT 963C, 2DS02441, 12889 Hrs .... ........$34,000

2005 CAT 314C LCR, PCA00669, 4767 Hrs ...... ........$66,000

2008 CAT 297C, GCP01503, 275 Hrs ........ ........$56,000

2008 CAT 906H, TPE00897, 2048 Hrs ...... ........$65,000


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Murphy Tractor & Equipment Hosts Meet, Greet Event Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. invited customers to attend a special reception and dinner event held on Sept. 27, 2011, at its Cranberry Township, Pa., location. More than 100 attendees enjoyed dinner as they got to learn about Murphy Tractor’s services, share their views and meet new and existing staff members.

Employees from both the Cranberry Township, Pa., and Delmont, Pa., locations attended the event as well. Mike Slinger, region manager, welcomed everyone to the event and Tom Udland, president, spoke about the history of John Deere and introduced personnel. Throughout the evening, customers had the opportunity to view some

of the John Deere equipment, which was on display for them. Murphy Tractor and Equipment Company, Inc. one of John Deere’s largest North American construction equipment dealer organizations, is headquartered in

Wichita, Kan. The organization has 26 locations throughout the mid-western states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Nebraska. For more information, visit www.murphytractor.com.

A new John Deere 333D compact track loader was on display. Customers enjoying their evening as they view the John Deere equipment on display.

Mike Slinger, region manager, welcomes customers to the event.

A John Deere ADT and CT 315 were on display.

Veronica Cushing (L) and Deb Smith, branch administrative assistants, are ready to welcome guests to the event.

President Tom Udland speaks to customers about the history of Murphy Tractor and introduces staff members.


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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)

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

1990 KOMATSU PC90-1, STK# E05832, S/N A5001, 7798 HRS, EXCAVATOR W/MANUAL COUPLER & 32” BKT, CALL PINE BUSH! ......................$22,000 ATTACHMENTS 8’ DOZER BLADE FOR A SKID STEER, STK# A05745C POR COMPACTOR 1991 REX SP848PD, STK# R05266X, S/N 8PHX1090, 2609 HRS, COMPACTOR, SHEEPS FEET, CALL PINE BUSH! ................................................................................$15,000 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 2006 KOMATSU PC200LC-8, STK# E05414C, S/N C60292, 4234 HRS, ESCO 42" BUCKET, MACHINE WELL MAINTAINED, GOOD CONDITION, CALL EAST PBE! ......$94,500

1997 CASE 580L, STK# B06304, S/N JJG0235103, 4550 HOURS, 4WD, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................................................................$33,500

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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 OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCKS 1996 MOXY MT30X, STK# H04588X, S/N 353574, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................................$39,000 MOTOR GRADER 2000 LEEBOY 635B, STK# G05929, S/N 143, 300 HOURS, MOTOR GRADER, CALL PINE BUSH!......................$23,900 TELESCOPIC BOOM LIFT 1999 GROVE AMZ50XT, STK# J04288X, S/N M48623, ALL WHEEL DRIVE, COMBINATION PROPANE-GASOLINE, CALL PINE BUSH! ..................................................$12,000

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

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

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 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

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CRAWLER DOZERS 2000 CASE 650H, STK # D06381X, S/N JJG0216631, 3000 HOURS, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................$27,000 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 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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Hoffman Equipment Moves Into a New Bronx Location Hoffman Equipment, the dealer in New York for Case construction equipment and the Manitowoc family of cranes, has completed its move to a new 15,000 sq. ft. location. Just a few doors down from its former Bronx address, the new facility is at 1144 Zerega Ave., near the Bruckner Expressway interchange. The move was completed on Aug. 20, 2011. At the new location, Hoffman Equipment will continue to sell new and used equipment to offer rental equipment, and to provide parts and service for any equipment brand and model. Service capabilities have been expanded significantly. “Hoffman Equipment opened its Bronx location over 5 years ago,” said Tim Watters, president of Hoffman Equipment. “We are pleased to have expanded our facilities with this move. We appreciate how quickly our company has been embraced by loyal construction and crane customers throughout the area.” By nearly tripling the size of the location, the Bronx facility offers expanded capabilities. It includes three service bays, a machine rebuild area, and a larger yard to showcase new equipment. For more information, call 800/4-HOFFMAN or visit www.hoffmanequip.com.

The new facility is at 1144 Zerega Ave., near the Bruckner Expressway interchange.

ARTBA Presents Women Leaders in Transportation Awards Seven industry professionals and organizations were recognized Sept. 7 for their “extraordinary leadership and dedication to innovation in the transportation construction field, as well as the promotion of women leaders within the industry,” during a special event hosted by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA). The inaugural 2011 ARTBA “Women Leaders in Transportation Design & Construction Awards” included three categories and were presented during a gala dinner at ARTBA’s “TransOvation Workshop,” held at the Lansdowne Resort & Conference Center near Dulles Airport in Virginia. Ethel S. Birchland Lifetime Achievement Award Named after ARTBA’s executive director from the mid-1920s, it is given to individuals who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and long-term service in the industry’s public or private sectors. Catherine Connor, senior vice president and manager of federal government affairs for Parsons Brinckerhoff Connor directs the company’s federal legislative, regulatory and political activities in Washington, D.C. She serves on numerous committees and coalitions that advance the

cause of the transportation construction industry, including ARTBA, the American Public Transportation Association, American Council of Engineering Companies, American Society of Civil Engineers, Coalition for America’s Gateways and the Construction Industry Roundtable. In 2009, she received a prestigious company-wide award for her efforts to educate employees about the benefits of civic and political engagement. Connor also is a founding member of Parsons Brinckerhoff’s Women’s Outreach Network, through which she mentors women within her firm and advises senior management on women’s initiatives. Kathleen Buck Holst, RoadSafe Traffic Systems senior vice president Holst is a successful business woman who founded Alternate Construction Controls Inc. in 1988. She sold the company in 1999, which is today known as RoadSafe Traffic Systems Inc. and is based in Romeoville, Ill. She served as the company’s COO. Holst, an ARTBA director, was recently named a senior vice president, charged with driving the firm’s geographic expansion and development of new services and products. She has been a long-time industry safety leader, serving as the first woman president

of the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) and the first woman president of the Illinois Road and Transportation Builders Association (IRTBA). Under her leadership, the IRTBA developed its first formal succession plan and adopted modern association governance policies. A 2005 breast cancer survivor, Holst advocates for the early detection of breast cancer and has been a top fundraiser for breast cancer research through the AVON Walk for Breast Cancer in Chicago. The Glass Hammer Award It honors companies in the transportation construction industry that have innovative programs and activities directed at successfully promoting women leaders within their organization. AECOM AECOM, a global planning and design firm, has dedicated significant resources to creating programs that promote the advancement of women within the transportation construction industry. In 2010, the firm launched its Global Women’s Council, which acts as a “change agent” focusing on improving retention, development and advancement of women within the company. Last year, AECOM also established the

North America Women’s Leadership Collaborative (WLC), consisting of more than 300 employee “volunteers” who encourage diversity and collaboration through activities such as mentoring and networking. The WLC also offers innovative development programs, such as diversity awareness, leadership coaching, public speaking and professional branding. Corman Construction Inc. While men kept a management stronghold in the male-dominated construction industry, Annapolis-Junction, Md.-based Corman Construction stepped outside conventional boundaries and hired its first woman engineer 30 years ago. What emerged from this monumental step was unprecedented support by executive management from within Corman Construction to promote women leaders. Today, the firm’s roster holds six female project engineers, three female executive managers and nine females in non-traditional roles with tenures spanning 5 to 31 years. Corman provides its women employees with support and training opportunities needed to move up the corporate ladder, including a program where professional engineers (PE) within the firm mentor colleagues in pursuit of their see AWARDS page 131


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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.

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

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

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

2005 Link-Belt HTC 8650 50 ton, 110' boom, 1716 hours, CAT C11 diesel engine, auto trans, hydraulic 5th outrigger FOB: North Carolina P.O.R.

1996 Krupp KMK 5175 175 ton, 5 axle, 161' boom, 59' jib FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

1980 Manitowoc 4100W SII 230 ton, S/N: 41649, 150' boom FOB: New York P.O.R.

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

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

1983 Link-Belt HC258 200 ton, S/N: 28H31668, 300' main boom-tubular FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

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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 ..................................................$259,500

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........................................$399,500

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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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

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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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Earthmovers Unlimited Leads Mine Reclamation Project A reclamation job involving two abandoned mine shafts is rapidly nearing completion in Pennsylvania, due to the efforts of Earthmovers Unlimited Inc. of Kylertown, Pa.

The shafts were 790 ft. (240.7 m) deep, with one opening being 10 by 17 ft. (3 by 5.2 m), and the other opening 10 by 20.5 ft. (3 by 6.2 m).

By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

A reclamation job involving two abandoned mine shafts is rapidly nearing completion in Pennsylvania, due to the efforts of Earthmovers Unlimited Inc. of Kylertown, Pa. The project is being done for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Abandoned Mine Reclamation Division, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., office. Work began on Aug. 15 and is scheduled for completion in late October or early November 2011. The full dollar amount is $149,490, and one hundred percent of the project is self-performed by Earthmovers Unlimited. According to John P. Niebauer, Jr., president and CEO of Earthmovers, the contract calls for the filling of two separate and distinct mine shafts that have been abandoned since mining practices changed, as is typical in Northeast Pennsylvania mining practices of this era.

The shafts were 790 ft. (240.7 m) deep, with one opening being 10 by 17 ft. (3 by 5.2 m), and the other opening 10 by 20.5 ft. (3 by 6.2 m). “Over the years, the caps that were installed on these shafts have deteriorated and have fallen into the mineshaft itself, creating a severe hazard,” Niebauer said. “The water in the bottom of the mine pool was approximately 605 feet deep. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection put out strict specifications that no man-operated machinery could be within 60 feet of the edge of the mine opening. To complicate matters, material had to be dropped straight down into the shaft to prohibit any side loading of the top of the mine shafts for fear of the mine shaft collapsing.”

John Niebauer Jr., president and CEO of Earthmovers Unlimited, noted that department specs called for the fill material to be no greater than 24 in. (61 cm) in diameter. Earthmovers chose to do the project with an Extec Megabit Crusher.

Niebauer noted that department specs called for the fill material to be no greater than 24 in. (61 cm) in diameter. Earthmovers chose to do the project with an Extec Megabit Crusher. “The contract also prohibited the use of hi-reach excavators because the government wanted no side loading problems with the walls of the existing mine shaft,” Niebauer said. “Earthmovers employees very skillfully adapted our existing Extec Model C12 crusher to allow maximum flow of materials to the shaft in order to meet production schedule.” To expedite filling operations, they chose to remove the grate restrictions in the crusher to allow all material smaller than the recommended size to flow directly on the belt. Material larger than 24 in. (61 cm) was crushed to size by the Extec Crusher and placed on a conveyor traveling 52 ft. (15.8 m) directly into the top of the mine opening. The crusher was equipped with a remote control, which allowed Earthmovers to move the machine away from the mineshaft for servicing and fueling and then remotely send the machine into the restricted area. “This resulted in a win-win situation for not only Earthmovers, but for the government’s strict specifications,” Niebauer said. Material was removed from the designated borrow area by using a Komatsu PC650 excavator to load a John Deere 400C articulated rock truck to take the material to the mine site. Next, a PC400 Komatsu excavator was used to re-handle the material and feed the crusher, thus allowing Earthmovers to completely comply with the 60 ft. (18.2 m) restriction. “At this time, it is estimated that 10,000 cubic yards of fill was used to fill both shafts in seven days,” Niebauer said. “Once the filling operations were complete, a 10-foot cap was placed over both shafts, seeded, mulched, and the entire area was then fenced to inhibit from entering the site. In addition to the mine shaft filling, an additional 67,000 cubic see MINE page 132


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ABC Keystone Holds Annual Rodeo

Rodeo events included picking up and transferring eggs with a backhoe, driving a skid steer through an obstacle course, putting a ball into a barrel with a crane, among others.

K

eystone Chapter, Associated Builders & Contractors Inc. (ABC Keystone) held its 15th annual Construction Rodeo Sept. 25, on the grounds of its facility in Manheim, Pa. Rodeo events included picking up and transferring eggs with a backhoe, driving a skid steer through an obstacle course, putting a ball into a barrel with a crane, among others. Other events included: • A nail driving contest; • Craft competitions feature apprentices from ABC member companies; • Kids’ activities, such as an inflatable slide, remote-controlled construction equipment, peg driving competition and more. Junior and senior high school students could participate in a construction obstacle course; • Interactive family safety area featuring a smoke trailer

A JCB Dancing Digger performs for the crowd.

and fire extinguisher training; • The “Celebrity Backhoe Competition” featuring local radio and TV personalities, along with state legislators, working a backhoe to complete a task, with a professional coach to guide them; and • Food was available for a donation to Make-A-Wish at full concession stands; door prizes also were distributed throughout the day. “Parents bring their children to the rodeo, and everyone has a great time,” said John “Jack” R. Zimmer, CAE, ABC Keystone Chapter president and CEO. “It’s always a funfilled day, with loads of activities for all ages. The bonus is that this event raises money for two wonderful causes; Make-A-Wish and our own Merit Shop Scholarship Fund.” Proceeds benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which helps terminally ill children realize their dreams, and the Merit Shop Scholarship Fund, which assists students seeking

Family-friendly activities abounded during ABC Keystone’s recent construction rodeo in Manheim, Pa.

There were plenty of activities for young, aspiring construction enthusiasts.

to pursue careers in construction. Total money raised for Make-A-Wish since the first Rodeo in 1996 is more than $338,000. Total money raised for the Merit Shop Scholarship Fund is more than $25,000.

An interactive family safety area featured a smoke trailer and fire extinguisher training.


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Terex Cranes Taps McClung-Logan as New Distributor Terex Cranes announced McClungLogan Equipment Company Inc. as an authorized crane distributor for the states of Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and the District of Columbia. McClung-Logan now provides local equipment sales, applications expertise, and service and parts support for a wide range of Terex Cranes models. “Terex is proud to have McClung-Logan as a distributor in the Mid-Atlantic region,” said Frank Bardonaro, vice president and managing director of Terex Cranes. “The company has earned an outstanding reputation as a customer-focused organization. They will offer world-class product support and customer service for the Terex brand throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.” The distribution agreement includes dozens of models from the Terex line of rough terrain, all terrain, lattice boom, boom truck and truck cranes. The equipment offering includes the Terex Roadmaster 9000. Configurable for road transport in all 50 states and offering highway mobility, the new Roadmaster 9000 delivers lift capabilities reaching 90 tons (81.6 t) and a maximum system length of 242.8 ft. (74 m). “We are very excited about our distributorship with Terex Cranes. Their endless enthusiasm for their company and the indus-

try, along with their complete line of cranes, allows us to broaden our relationships in the equipment industry,” said Darrin Brown, president of McClung-Logan Equipment Inc. “The addition of Terex Cranes greatly increases our equipment and product support offerings. In turn, this will allow

The sales team of McClung-Logan went to Waverly, Iowa, for training on products.

(L-R) are Tony Marlin, director of sales, Terex; Frank Bardonaro, vice president and managing director of Terex; Tom Logan, chairman of the board, McClung-Logan; Kevin Bradley, president Terex Cranes; and Darrin Brown, president McClung-Logan.

us to develop deeper partnerships with our customers and help them to be more successful.” Serving highway and heavy equipment contractors for more than 70 years, the privately owned McClung-Logan blankets its territory with eight full-service locations throughout Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. Its core philosophy is to provide

customers with unsurpassed local service and parts support to ensure the equipment delivers high utilization rates. Crane industry veteran Robert Greene leads McClungLogan’s applications team to help customers select the right crane for the job, so they can operate more efficiently and profitably. For more information, visit www.terex.com.


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DOZERS NEW HOLLAND DC80H, ROPS, 6 WAY BLADE, 1382 HOURS............................................$24,995 2005 NEW HOLLAND DC85 DOZER, 9’ BLADE, CAB WITH A/C, 693 HOURS ....................$64,995 1997 CAT D5C DOZER, OPEN CAB ........................................................................SOLD $24,500 1985 FIATALLIS FD5, OPEN CAB, 2593 HRS......................................................................$13,995 1992 FIATALLIS FD7 DOZER, ROPS, 6 WAY BLADE, 2513 HOURS ..................................$13,995 EXCAVATORS 2000 KOBELCO 45SR MINI EXCAVATOR, 2800 HOURS, PLUMBED, CAB WITH HEAT ......$24,500 2004 KOBELCO SK290LC, CAB, 3487 HRS, THUMB ..........................................................$79,995 2007 KUBOTA KX080 EXCAVATOR, 500 HOURS, COUPLER, THUMB ..................SOLD $69,995 2008 LIUGONG 835, FULL CAB, 468 HRS, QUICK COUPLER, FORKS, 2YD BKT ..............$86,995 2004 NEW HOLLAND EH160, CAB WITH HEAT, MANUAL THUMB ....................................$79,995 TLB’S 1992 CAT 416, CAB WITH HEAT, 3300 HOURS ..................................................................$25,995 1995 FORD 445D TRACTOR LOADER, CAB, PTO HITCH, 8 SPEED, 1075 HOURS ..............$9,995 2002 KUBOTA L35, 1201 HOURS, 8’ WOODS LR108 RAKE, OPEN ROPS ........................$11,900 2009 KUBOTA L45, 280 HOURS, FRONT AND REAR HYDRAULICS, HYD. THUMB, 3 PT HITCH, LIKE NEW CONDITION ........................................................................................................$37,995 2004 NEW HOLLAND LB75.B, FULL CAB, PILOT CONTROLS, 672 HRS............................$38,995 SKID STEERS 2007 NEW HOLLAND L175, SN:3424, 267 HOURS, CAB W/HEAT, NEW TIRES ................$27,995 2008 NEW HOLLAND L175, SN: 4511, CAB WITH HEAT, HI FLOW, 341 HOURS ..............$33,995 2010 NEW HOLLAND L175, DELUXE CAB, 2 SPEED, HI FLOW, 69 HOURS ......................$42,125 2010 NEW HOLLAND L180, SN:2034, 181 HOURS, DELUXE CAB, 2 SPEED, LIKE NEW MACHINE, 96” MULCH & SNOW BUCKET ..........................................................................$33,395 2006 NEW HOLLAND L185, SN: 5839, CAB WITH HEAT/AC, 469 HOURS, 78” LOW PROFILE BUCKET ..............................................................................................................................$29,995 2001 NEW HOLLAND LS190, OPEN CAB, NEW INJECTION PUMP, 1748 HOURS ............$22,000 2005 NEW HOLLAND LT190B COMPACT TRACK LOADER, OPEN CAB..............................$22,000 1996 NEW HOLLAND LX665, ENCLOSED CAB, HEAT, 2205 HOURS....................................$8,995

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After 30 Years, D’Annunzio & Sons Remains Busy in N.J.

A photo of the night erection of steel for Turnpike Contract 802.

A view of the completed work at Interchange 12 of the Turnpike.

D’ANNUNZIO from page 8

old municipal waste landfill. Major construction at the site includes a soil bentonite slurry and self-hardening barrier wall around the perimeter of the landfill, final cap system consisting of a gas venting layer, a barrier layer, drainage layer, protective cover layer and topsoil layer. Work also involves the installation of a leachate collection system, oil/water separators, gas collection and gas flare system as well as considerable earthwork, landscaping, wetland creation and installation of roads, trails and storm water management controls. In recent years D’Annunzio & Sons has also completed several New Jersey Turnpike and NJDOT projects. The firm’s Route 139 Viaduct contract leading into the Holland Tunnel was especially challenging. This bridge work involved the rehabilitation of a complicated structural steel lattice substructure and a complete superstructure deck rehabilitation and replacement. To accommodate traffic, a new parallel structure with up to 140 ft. (42.6 m) deep caisson foundations was built to add a lane to facilitiate the reconstruction of the 70 year old structure in multiple stages, while not reducing the existing number of travel lanes. This project was of major importance to the traffic flow to the Holland Tunnel and required coordination of work with numerous multi-state and NYC transportation agencies as well as multiple utility companies. The contract included specific milestones and completion liquidated damage penalities as well as substantial bonus provisions. D’Annunzio & Sons engineering group devised a better method of construction and through the value engineering provisions within the contract, redesigned the viaduct superstructure construction technique and staging to facilitate the completion of every milestone ahead of schedule and final completion 10 months early to capture the maximum bonus achievable. The D’Annunzio firm also recently completed the construction of a major Interchange at Exit 12 in Carteret for the Turnpike Authority. The project area footprint was made up of over 60 percent wetlands, and it also involved the coordination and relocation of a multitude of utilities from 10 sep-

A view of the work under way at the 220 acre Brookfield Landfill site.

arate agencies. The project management teams at the Turnpike, D’Annunzio and Urban Engineering all participated in a Partnering fashion to work through numerous conflicts and delays to keep the project moving. The work included the total replacement and expansion of the existing Interchange 12 toll plaza from 7 to 17 stalls, a new administration building, the reconstruction of access ramps and widening of Rossevelt Avenue and Industrial Avenue in Carteret, extensive MSE walls and a 2000 1f bridge. This three year contract increased the capacity to handle traffic to the new warehouse development in the area. D’Annunzio & Sons is also currently constructing two contracts on the New Jersey Turnpike’s widening project between Interchanges 6 and 9. The work includes widening the northbound outer roadway for 8 mi. between

Interchanges 8A and 9, installation of drainage facilities, noise barrier and four bridges. This work is progressing on schedule. The firm is positioned well and has been welcoming the next generation as Christopher D’Annunzio, a graduate Civil Engineer from M.I.T., has been working on the firm’s Second Avenue Project in NYC for the past two years and his cousin Jeffrey D’Annunzio recently joined the firm after graduating from Loyola with a business degree. Over the years the company has also attracted and hired sons of employees to join the ranks of the professionals wthin the D’Annunzio team. This article was reprinted with permission from Utility and Transportation Contractor Magazine, August 2011 Issue.


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St. Mary’s • Harford • Garrett • Prince Georges • Frederick • Wicomico • Howard • Halethorpe • Montgomery • Anne Arundel • Baltimore • Maryland... Queen Annes • Charles • Worcester • Caroline • Kent • Clear Spring • Washington • Talbot • Dorchester • Oxon Hill • District Heights • Allegany St. Mary’s • Harford • Garrett • Prince Georges • Frederick • Wicomico • Howard • Halethorpe • Montgomery • Anne Arundel • Baltimore • Queen Annes • Charles • Worcester • Caroline • Kent • Clear Spring • Washington • Talbot • Dorchester • Oxon Hill • District Heights • Allegany • Calvert • Somerset •Cockeysville • Lutherville • Westerport • Manchester • Carroll • Silver Spring • Cecil • St. Mary’s • Harford • Garrett •

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Listed below are some bids on projects for the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT). Counties/Districts: Baltimore and Harford Contract No.: XY2305477. Project: Line striping roadways at various locations. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Denville Line Painting Inc. — $756,500 • Alpha Space Control Company Inc. — $903,750 • Midlantic Marking Inc. — $969,000 • Priceless Industries Inc. — $1,402,500 Counties/Districts: Baltimore and Harford Contract No.: XY2295477. Project: Sealing joints and cracks in roadways and shoulders at various locations. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Image Asphalt Maintenance Inc. — $509,540 • E.J. Breneman Inc. — $628,925 • Pavement Contracting Services Inc. — $673,600 Counties/Districts: Montgomery and Prince George’s Contract No.: XY2275377. Project: Concrete pavement restoration at various locations. Contractors and Bid Amount: • M. Luis Construction Company Inc. — $983,700 • Concrete General Inc. — $1,187,716 • Fort Myer Construction Corporation — $1,976,600 County/District: Calvert Contract No.: XY2045177. Project: Mill/grind, patch and resurface roadway pavements at various locations. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Bardon Inc. d/b/a Aggregate Industries — $4,266,993 • Francis O. Day Company Inc. — $4,385,898 • Reliable Contracting Company Inc. — $5,195,110 County/District: Anne Arundel Contract No.: XY2025177. Project: Mill/grind, patch and resurface roadway pavements at various locations. Contractors and Bid Amount: • American Infrastructure MD d/b/a/ American Infrastructure — $6,931,111 • Reliable Contracting Company Inc. — $7,343,535 • M. Luis Construction Co., Inc. — $7,412,360 • Bardon Inc. d/b/a Aggregate Industries — $7,435,714 • P. Flanigan & Sons Inc. — $7,646,776 Counties/Districts: Districts 1 and 2 Contract No.: XX6615185. Project: Modification/reconstruction of traffic signals. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Thompson Electric Inc. — $2,780,533 • Kap Contracting Company Inc. — $2,827,767

• Midasco LLC — $2,982,337 • Rommel Engineering & Construction Inc. — $2,992,334 • Traffic Systems Inc. — $3,288,188 County/District: District 4 Contract No.: XX6445185. Project: Modification/installation/reconstruction of lighting. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Traffic Systems Inc. — $1,558,762 • Rommel Engineering & Construction Inc. — $1,585,060 • Thompson Electric Inc. — $1,607,014 • Lighting Maintenance Inc. — $1,678,439 • Midasco LLC — $1,734,734 County/District: Montgomery Contract No.: XX6275177. Project: Sealing joints and cracks in roadways and shoulders at various locations. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Image Asphalt Maintenance Inc. —$550,150 • Pavement Contracting Services Inc. — $790,000 • E.J. Breneman Inc. — $900,000 Counties/Districts: Montgomery and Prince George’s Contract No.: XX4385376. Project: Install and replace raised pavement markers at various locations.

Contractors and Bid Amount: • D. W. Miller Inc. — $242,750 • WL Markers Inc. — $260,000 • Traffic Lines Inc. — $383,650 • Midlantic Marking Inc. — $431,000 • Priceless Industries Inc. — $458,500 • Denville Line Painting Inc. — $574,000 County/District: Montgomery Contract No.: MO2645177. Project: Safety and resurfacing improvements on I270 (Eisenhower Memorial Highway) from I495 (Capital Beltway) to 0.3 mi. south of Md. 187. Contractors and Bid Amount: • American Infrastructure MD d/b/a/ American Infrastructure — $2,559,777 • Richard F. Kline Inc. — $2,571,610 • Francis O. Day Company Inc. — $2,576,984 • Pessoa Construction Inc. — $3,464,166 County/District: Montgomery Contract No.: AX3775560. Project: ICC construction of the Lake Frank shared used path. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Peak Incorporated — $883,310 • Harland Shoemaker & Son Inc. — $985,045 • Highway & Safety Services Inc. — $990,943 • HMF Paving Contractors Inc. — $999,211 • Facchina Construction Company Inc. — $1,135,076 • BS Environmental Inc. — $1,176,117 • Fort Myer Construction Corporation — $1,405,885


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Jersey Agrees to Pay $95M to Feds for Scrapped Railroad Tunnel to New York By Beth DeFalco ASSOCIATED PRESS

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) New Jersey has agreed to pay back the federal government $95 million for a railroad tunnel to New York that Gov. Chris Christie scrapped nearly a year ago — far less than the original $271 million bill the state was sent. On Sept. 30, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced the deal, which calls for New Jersey to pay back the money on the Hudson River tunnel project in five years. The $8.7 billion project to construct a second rail tunnel between New Jersey and New York — known as Access to the Region’s Core, or ARC — was 15 years in the making when Christie pulled the plug in October, citing potential cost overruns of up to $5 billion. By then, the state had already

received $271 million in federal money to get the project started. The federal Department of Transportation sent Christie a $271 million bill, which the administration has fought for the past year, incurring more than $2.6 million in interest and penalties. Those fees were dropped as part of the deal. In a statement issued by his office, Christie called the deal a “good-faith settlement” that he said “puts the interests of New Jersey taxpayers first by substantially reducing the federal government’s original demand.” After Christie halted the tunnel, U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey asked the federal government to mitigate the amount the state owed, and the Federal Transit Administration offered to send back $128 million if New Jersey paid the full bill first. The governor refused, and the administration went on to spend more

than $1 million to fight the bill. However, under terms of the settlement, New Jersey must spend more than $128 million in federal funds on transit-related projects that have been approved by the Department of Transportation. The money cannot be diverted for other projects. “The governor’s decision to kill the ARC tunnel project will hurt New Jersey in the long-term, but we were happy to work with the Department of Transportation to help reduce the costs of this mistake,” Lautenberg said. The tunnel was intended to supplement a century-old, two-track tunnel under the Hudson River that has been at capacity for years. The new tunnel would have been able to handle an extra 25 New Jersey Transit commuter trains per hour during peak periods. Without it, New Jersey is left a tunnel that can handle 23 Amtrak and NJ Transit trains.

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Stereotyped as Rednecks, Griffin’s Crew Earned Respect GRIFFIN from page 1

still covering lower Manhattan and authorities scrambling to ward off feared additional attacks, Griffin drove with his wife and children to New York from his home in Greensboro, N.C. His mission was to help. Griffin took to the immense clean-up project with more than good citizenship, which virtually everyone in America was feeling at that moment. Cynicism and partisanship had been quickly shelved in those post-attack days. American flags flew everywhere and there was no shortage of volunteer help available. But Griffin also was vice president of a family firm, D.H. Griffin Wrecking Company, which in 2001 had been around for more than 40 years. He knew demolition and he knew he wanted to put himself in a position to help New York City begin to shake off the effects of its catastrophic structural collapse. Ten years later, Griffin looks back on the days that followed his arrival in New York City with the same down-to-earth, pragmatic calm that stood him in good stead in the days of national panic. He declines to talk about it at length, embellishes nothing in the telling, and seems unchanged by the heady experience of being a major player in NYC recovery efforts while the whole world watched. He received no special public honors for his work, nor is his name engraved on plaques around the city. He likes that just fine. “The heroes were the firemen and rescue responders who worked and died that day,” he said quietly from his office in Greensboro almost precisely a decade after his fateful drive to New York. “They’re the ones who deserve the honors.” Griffin’s story, however, deserves recalling, heroic or not, because it is about construction and demolition expertise, personal gumption and character. It also is about a man from the rural South who had the chutzpah to take on New Yorkers on their own concrete-and-asphalt turf and win their respect. “They called us all kinds of names,” a North Carolina newspaper quoted Griffin telling some Kiwanis club members the year after the towers fell. He and a few D.H. Griffin crew members working with him were rudely, if teasingly, stereotyped. “They thought for sure I was a redneck from North Carolina. They called us the Clampetts and asked if we sat around and played banjos on our porches.” R.E.S.P.E.C.T The day Griffin arrived in New York City, he parked his wife and children in a hotel, put on a hardhat and walked toward the

Griffin and other clean-up personnel worked a 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a-week removal process.

Cranes, dump trucks and excavators with grapple attachments were used to dismantle, separate, load and haul away the mountains of debris.

debris-laden site. To get there, he had to cross two barricaded lines. The first line, five blocks from the scene, was unguarded and he just walked through it without challenge. At the second barricaded line a block farther on, police and National Guardsmen patrolled. Griffin looked wistfully beyond them toward the destruction. The serendipitous arrival of a Salvation Army donut truck at that moment distracted the armed guards, and Griffin took a deep breath, crossed through, and walked on ahead. This may have been the only 2001 security failure that no one rues today. Griffin was appalled by what he saw at the scene, including piles of debris 50 ft. (15 m) high. He walked over to where various emergency department employees were working through 15-ft. (4.5 m) high mounds of debris in the street, the outer edge of the remains of one of the towers. At one point, the workers labored in the shadow of an upright steel girder that posed a threat to their safety, and discussion began about how to remove it. Griffin spoke up, revealing a Southern accent notably different from everyone else on the site as well as evident knowledge of how to proceed. People turned to him wondering who the heck he

was. It was the beginning of a general recognition of Griffin’s demolition expertise. Engineers on site began to consult with him, though he was not yet deemed to be an authority: It took two full days for New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani to put him in charge of demolition — not bad for a “redneck.” General respect for his professional judgment was still to come, however. It arrived about two weeks later when on-site debate ensued about removal of a steel curtain wall that stood shakily 12 stories high. Contractors wanted to call in cranes, hoist workers with torches, and cut the structure apart where it stood. Griffin and his company workmates, including his cousin Rusty Griffin, thought the crane approach too timeconsuming and unsafe. As skeptics watched, Griffin simply attached cables to the huge upright shard and pulled it back and forth till it toppled. In less than an hour, the structure was down and being cut apart safely on the ground. “Getting that curtain wall down saved millions of dollars,” Griffin said. “There wasn’t anyone else around to make such decisions. We had the ability to make the

decision and to move on.” The decision cemented his reputation as a decisive leader, a label he had begun to earn a few days earlier when he had summarily fired a contractor that wasn’t fulfilling the terms of its contract. Griffin was subsequently told he had fired a Mafia-front company, which he admits concerned him for a few days. Working from a trailer parked a block from the site, Griffin and other clean-up personnel settled into a 24-hour-a-day, 7-daysa-week removal process. His quarters improved in a few months. His office was moved to the American Express Tower, also known as the Three World Financial Center, after it was repaired, having been heavily damaged by the falling towers. However, his work schedule didn’t change much. Many 100-hour weeks were recorded by Griffin along with everyone else working there. Griffin said he was away from the site 19 days in 8 months. “It was stressful,” he said. “It was tough, tiring in many ways.” Looking Back Griffin smoothly transitioned back to work with the family company after the twin-tower clean-up was completed in 2002 — four months ahead of schedule and hundreds of millions of dollars under budget. His was a successful stewardship by just about any yardstick, and at the end of it, Griffin simply resumed work at D.H. Griffin Wrecking. In 2009, the company was listed by Demolition & Recycling International as the 6th largest demolition / recycling company in the world. Today, David H. Griffin Jr. is president of the companies, which includes affiliated new construction, environmental, site preparation and general contracting divisions. Its corporate office still is in Greensboro, but the company operates from offices in eight states from Virginia to Texas. Griffin’s father who founded the company still puts in a full day and is, Griffin said, “the real boss.” What Griffin took away from the New York City experience was many memories, some of which he obviously is reticent to talk about. He said it seems like it happened three or four years ago, not 10 years. “It has gone fast.” Memories aside, Griffin talks mostly about the excruciating demands placed upon everyone working the project — physical, emotional, and spiritual — as well as the relationships forged. “It was a lot of pressure and the stakes were as high as they get,” he said. “It was pretty much a baptism by fire. Looking back, I learned an awful lot. I was hoeing a rough see GRIFFIN page 40


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row, but I had a lot of good, smart people working with me.” Construction equipment called in to dismantle, separate, load and haul away the mountains of fallen-building debris was not exotic at all — mostly cranes, heavy dump trucks and excavators with grapple attachments because the steel girding was too large for shearing and had to be torched apart. No special machinery was required and, he added, nothing that has come on the market since 2001 would have been used instead. The project was, he suggested, just another demolition job but on a horrifically large scale. “It was,” Griffin observed, “the super bowl of the demolition industry.” Griffin also came away with renewed confidence about running projects and crews. “I learned some new management skills,” he said, “what with being involved with 28 different agencies and all the maneuvering and figuring out how to work though the different agencies. There were so many moving parts and you had to tiptoe around to get what we wanted. Now when I’m working with only three agencies, it feels like a cakewalk.” He said he learned some more things about how to work with people. “There was so much emotion, so I learned some new negotiating skills.” His straight-forward approach to demolition problems, which landed him the management position, continued to operate for the duration of the project. “We would make a plan and we would move forward,” he recalled of the work days. “I’d say, ‘You can’t talk it down. You can only study something so long. You ain’t going to talk it down.’ So we would make a plan and implement it and go.” Griffin said that “a lot of things we learned in New York, we use now on other sites.” There are many opportunities to do so: The D.H. Griffin Companies network has 1,000 employees and a 600-piece equipment fleet. The company annually produces more than $400 million in project revenue.

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Turner Construction Gets Smart to Avoid Surprises Innovation has been crucial to Turner Construction Company’s philosophy since 1902, when Henry Turner pioneered the use of reinforced concrete on New York City subway stairs. Throughout its history, the company has applied new ideas and methodologies to its processes. Turner has worked on some of the world’s most challenging buildings, including New York’s Yankee Stadium, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai and Taipei 101. Identifying the Challenge Turner focuses its innovative energy on a fundamental challenge — resolving unexpected construction issues that can bring the building process to an expensive halt. “Surprises aren’t good on a construction project,” said Brian Krause, national manager, Integrated Building Solutions. In the construction business, surprises usually cause scheduling delays and cost overruns. Crafting the Solution Turner has implemented a strategy that enables the building team to build digitally first, significantly reducing the element of surprise. Using a combination of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and SMART solutions, teams can anticipate construction issues before they occur, according to the manufacturer. During the project coordination process, Turner staff lead regular meetings in iRooms — interactive workspaces equipped with a computer and two SMART Board interactive whiteboards. The interactive whiteboards provide a large area to view BIM models, interact with the digital models and keep everyone focused on the issue at hand. Taking a Visual, Collaborative Approach The SMART Board interactive whiteboards also foster the kind of teamwork approach Turner finds essential to its process. “A big part of building information modeling is the collaboration that occurs within the team,” said Vice President, General Manager, Jack Beaudoin. “Collaboration is furthered because of SMART solutions and because of the software.” The BIM process provides teams with a dynamic, 3D digital model of a building, displaying information such as projected cost and time. Coordinating a project with BIM and SMART solutions allows everyone, from trades people to architects, to easily see and focus on problem areas where different

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UTCA Holds 46th Annual Convention in Atlantic City;

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Binder Machinery of South Plainfield, N.J., is a proud, long-time supporter of the UTCA. (L-R): Bill Morrison, vice chairman; Alan Binder, executive vice president; Bill Gano; Dominick Vecchiarelli, sales representative; and Brendan Binder, president and COO, all of Binder Machinery.

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Foley Inc. once again had a large presence at the annual UTCA show. (L-R, back row): Jon Souliere, executive director of marketing, human resources and IT; Scott Warren, heavy construction sales consultant; Kirk Chagnon, heavy construction sales consultant; Warren Gonzalez, heavy construction sales consultant; Jeff Merle, vice president of machinery sales; Pete Reis, rental account manager; and Bobby Dauigoy, vocational truck sales specialist of the On-Highway division. (L-R, front row): Susan Connolly, executive vice president and COO, and Lauren Stanley, advertising and promotion supervisor.

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Brendan Binder, president and COO of Binder Machinery, thanks guests after receiving the Larry Gardner Memorial Award.

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Hmmm well, the first thing I was going to ask the little guy in the back of my mind was, What’s going on in the sports world this week? Then I realized there was a word missing. That is, What’s NOT going on in the sports world? The MLB playoffs, the NFL regular season, no NBA season (yet), Tiger Woods teeing it up again, college football and Division I colleges divorcing their long-time conferences, the NHL hitting the ice, NASCAR speeding toward the home stretch, and who knows or even cares what else. Holy cow, no wonder I can’t sleep! A couple of those are bugging me, a couple got my attention and a couple are ho-hummers. First, it’s almost laughable that so many are saying that all the Buffalo Bills did last Sunday in Cincinnati was get back on their game when they lost to the Bengals, 23-20. Never mind that the Bills won their first three games, which nobody on earth thought they would do. And quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who had the best passing numbers in the league after three games and drawing praise from everyone everywhere, is suddenly a mere so-so (again). He completed 20 of 34 passes for 199 yards, no interceptions and no touchdowns against the Bengals — just average for an average quarterback. Meanwhile, Cincy QB Andy Dalton was the second coming of Johnny Unitas, despite going 18 for 36 with no TDs and two interceptions. Look around, all you cynics out there: New England’s Tom Brady was 16 for 30 for 226 yards and one TD. New Orleans Drew Brees was 31 of 44 for 351 yards, 1 touchdown but he threw two interceptions. The Bills obvious problem is their defense. No way they can get into a shootout every week and expect Fitzpatrick, Fred Jackson, et al, can save them. Will it happen? We’ll see. Every player at every position in every sport has bad-to-mediocre days. Period. End of paragraph. As for baseball, Boston killed some of my interest when they became the Dead Sox and went into a 7-20 coma in September, reportedly their worst September won-loss record in eight decades. And now the Yankees are trying to figure out how to survive and make it to the World Series. How many people watch a movie instead of the Series when the Yankees are playing golf instead of baseball, especially in this part of the U.S. I know I’ll be interested to see who does what, but I won’t be riveted. In fact, I’ll probably fall asleep in the sixth or seventh inning of

the night games. Meanwhile, on the court will the owners and players reach an agreement in time to have an NBA season? If the players can figure out a way to live on $6 million or $7 million a year, then maybe it’ll happen. However, trying to feed a family with only three or four millions bucks net income could be tough, right guys? Reportedly, the owners and players are arguing over how much each group should get of the total revenue brought in by the league. And the NBA has declared that 23 of the 30 teams lost money last season. The players got 57 percent of the income and supposedly have agreed to take only 53 percent this season. And the owners want that number down to 46 percent. It also was reported earlier this week that some agents sent out a letter to their players warning them not to ratify a deal with major concessions, telling them that a 5 percent drop would mean a $500,000 loss per player. Both the owners and the players are drastically overestimating their importance not only in the world of sports but in the world, period. Once an addicted pro basketball fan, the way the game is played these days I wouldn’t walk across the street to watch LeBron James stop dribbling and take three or four steps to the hoop for a slam-dunk. Sorry, NASCAR — go Jeff Gordon! — and money-hungry D-I colleges, but I am much more interested to see how Tiger Woods does in the Frys.com Open this week. In case you haven’t heard, last weekend Tiger shot a 29 on the back nine for a course-record 62 at Medalist Golf Club in Florida. He has said that his physicians have given him the go-ahead to resume working out and working on his game. Love him or hate him, that’s good news for the PGA Tour. If the new Tiger returns the same as the old Tiger — that is, on the golf course — and with all the incredible young talent teeing up on the Tour now, I’m one of the millions who can’t wait ’till the 2012 season tees off. (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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Gulf Winds Renewable-Construction Opens Its Doors By Mary Reed

service, various heavy lift cranes, working with engineering, and The humble windmill in the foreground, understanding site preparation in backed by the new generation the construction industry are very It’s an ill wind that proverbially beneficial. blows no one any good, but in the “We believe it is beneficial for case of certain forms of renewable construction professionals to have a energy quite the opposite applies. minimum of OSHA 10 safety trainGulf Winds Renewableing for both sides of the fence — Construction LLC (GWRC), an that is, in the crane industry international company specializing and the wind industry,” she in renewable energy projects with stated. “Tracey Kelly and I the motto, “Building together for a are in the class of 2012 at the greener, healthier tomorrow” recPinnacle Training Institute ognizes this fact, for the company (www.pcitraining.edu) in logo features an “l” in the shape of As more women enter the renewable energy industry, they find supKansas City, Mo., for the a green turbine tower. port and assistance from the Women of Wind Energy organizationWind Technology/Wind Established in September 2011 http://www.womenofwindenergy.org/, which defines its role as procertification by Nancy C. Caralla in New Port Samir Benaskeurs, GWRC’s IT Technician moting the professional development, education and advancement of course. This education will Richey, Fla., and headquartered in administrator, designed the women in the industry. To this end, WoWE provides educational felGWRC logo and is responsible provide us with additional that city, its satellite offices are lowships, mentoring, local chapter meetings, webinars and awards. for Web sites and creativity. knowledge and skills for located in Durham, N.C., and working in this great industry Genova, Italy, with additional international effort, Lazzari is currently makand the ability to join wind professionals branches opening overseas in 2012. ing contacts with a Swiss utility company Cranes and Wind worldwide.” “There is no doubt that throughout the developing wind farms in Italy. In addition, Crane operations are of particular imporWith regard to the renewable energy world other sources of energy are needed. company personnel will be attending an tance in this industry, as Caralla pointed out. Solar and wind, two natural sources, are April 2012 event organized by the European “Over the years many crane manufactur- industry, Caralla sees it as “a field that available and easily harvested to produce Wind Energy Association (www.ewea.org) ers have researched and developed specific embraces women with skills, knowledge clean energy for every country,” said in Copenhagen, Denmark. Here at home guidelines and attachments to safely assem- and confidence to provide quality service International Sales & Marketing Director GWRC staff are attending networking ble the wind turbines for onshore and off- during each project, while sharing responsiCaralla. “Through research and develop- events offered by the American Wind shore wind farms. The weights for each bilities with co-workers. The passion for gentle giants, environments in the industry, wind (i.e., GE, Vestas, Energy Association (www.awea.org) and wind turbine are provided by each manufacmental friendly sources of energy, and great Siemens, Suzlon, Gold Wind, Enercon) and related wind gatherings. turer for their model and will ensure safety in solar manufacturers (i.e., SpectraWatt, Caralla acknowledged “the success of any placing the correct cranes on any given proj- heights in small spaces make for an adventurous career path in the wind technician Suntech, Yingli, LDK Solar Co, JA Solar) good company is in the team and I appreci- ect,” she said. are available to meet every area and terrain ate everyone’s skills, talents, knowledge and In Caralla’s experience, the most common profession.” Caralla and Kelly are both members of the worldwide. backgrounds.” manufacturers of crawler crane models used Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) organiza“Gulf Winds Renewable-Construction In doing so, she welcomed International in the wind industry today are: tion (side bar) and Kelly will be assisting brings with it many exciting new ideas, new Energy Engineer Syed Mohammad Zakiur • Manitowoc 2250 – 300 ton (272 t) Caralla with the founding of the WoWE’s adventures and many positive upcoming Raheman, who will be managing GWRC’s • Manitowoc 16000 – 440 ton (399 t) North Carolina chapter, which is expected to projects in the renewable energy sector new European branch next year, noting his • Manitowoc 18000 – 825 ton (748 t) start up at the beginning of 2012. worldwide,” Caralla continued. “European expertise and background in construction • Liebherr LR1300 – 330 ton (299 t) As a new company, GWRC is connecting offshore wind farms have been in existence management and utility energy manage• Liebherr LR1600/2 - 660 ton (598 t) and networking with wind contractors and for nearly 20 years and have proven ability ment. • Link Belt 548 – 500 ton (453 t) companies world-wide and beginning to bid to grow over the years, producing clean “Scott Battles is our International • Terex/Demag CC2800 – 660 ton (599 t) on upcoming domestic and international energy to reduce energy demands. We have Consulting Engineer (Renewable All of these models are available for rental onshore wind farm projects. It is already witnessed the same positive results in many Energy/Wind), whose knowledge and solid with assistance from GWRC. countries developing onshore wind farms professional background in the renewWith more than 30 year’s combined expe- working on military renewable energy projtoo. able/wind energy industry is greatly appreci- rience in the crane industry, GWRC is able ects, and will be attending the Federal “With today’s economy, wind and solar ated by everyone,” she went on. to offer construction management profes- Contractors Conference in Wilmington, energy projects demonstrate continued “Samir Benaskeurs, our IT administrator, sionals and contractors the necessary cranes N.C., in October 2011. Summing up, Caralla stated “Gulf Wind growth potential and with the crane and con- designed the GWRC logo and is responsible to assemble and erect wind turbines in struction industry slowing, international for Web sites and creativity, while upcoming onshore wind farm projects. The Renewable-Construction is able to deliver wind and solar energy construction has International Sales Engineer Charles M. company is able to provide short- and long- quality service, knowledge and understandremained viable, allowing GWRC to work Hersh joins us with his solid background in term crane rentals manned or unmanned, ing of wind turbines and wind farms, while in the best of both industries.” operations management and is a key team crane sales, transportation and logistics of working with crane and construction. We offer safety plus quality service, resulting in player in our International Sales Division. wind turbines. Overseas Operation Another key team player is Anthony It also is currently working with other positive results, and look forward to working The company’s Italian office in Genova is DelMonaco, consulting in the bidding and countries in developing renewable energy with developers of utility-scaled wind farms managed by International Sales Engineer logistics for upcoming projects. Tracey sources and projects to reduce power- and worldwide.” For more information, send e-mail to Massamiliano Lazzari, and through his pro- Kelly, operating engineer and future wind energy-strained areas and bring those counfessional experience and contacts with pro- technology/technician, joins GWRC with tries future savings, along with increased gulfwindsrenewable@yahoo.com. (This story also can be found on fessional associates in other countries, more than twenty years of professional crane safety training for their wind professionals. Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site GWRC has been able to view and monitor operations, safety, and construction knowlWith regard to this last service, Caralla future wind energy projects for both onshore edge, while moving ahead in the wind tech- stated that skills and experience in customer at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG and offshore wind farms. As part of this nology/technician profession.” CEG CORRESPONDENT

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According to a recent newspaper article that I carefully clipped out and then lost but I remember the gist of, traffic gridlock in the United States is very bad. It’s getting to the point where many commuters arrive at work, use the bathroom, then immediately begin commuting home. FACT: The average American commuter whose car radio is tuned to a “Classic Rock” station spends more time singing along to the Kiss song “Rock And Roll All Nite” than talking with his or her spouse. FACT: I made the preceding fact up, but for all we know it could be true. What is causing this traffic congestion? According to a report from the U.S. Department of Transportation, which recently completed a six-year, $187.3 million study of the problem, the root cause is, quote, “a whole lot of people driving.” But that is only part of the problem. The other part is: highway construction. I happen to travel extensively, because of the nature of my profession (I am a monarch butterfly). I would estimate that, at present, approximately two-thirds of our nation’s highways have been rendered impassible by “construction” crews. If there had been this much highway construction going on back in 1804, Lewis and Clark would never have gotten any farther west than Atlantic City, N.J. Now, I realize that we must pay a price for progress. As the old saying goes, “You can’t make an omelet without putting millions of motorists through living hell for decades.” I honestly believe that when all these highway projects are finally done, the world will be a better place. Unfortunately, that will be 17 million years from now, and the only living things left on Earth will be cockroaches. As they crawl along the wide-open, obstaclefree highway system, they’ll wave their feelers at each other, communicating the message: “I’m so glad they finished this thing before they became extinct!” The problem is, at the current rate of progress, 17 million years might not be enough. To understand why, let’s take a look at how a typical highway construction project works: PHASE I: The Division of Traffic Cones (motto: “Over Our Dead Bodies”) sets out the hundreds of thousands of cones that form the heart of any highway project. Often, in fact, they ARE the project. What happens is, a crew will strew cones all over a stretch of highway the length of Tennessee, and this effort will use up the entire budget for that

particular project, leaving the highway department with no financially responsible choice but to abandon it and move on to the next project in the Master Highway Construction Plan, which was originally developed during World War II by Nazi undercover agents seeking to bring American to its knees. If there is any money left over, the project moves to: PHASE II: Large, angry men come with jackhammers and do not leave until every square inch of usable road surface has been smashed into pieces no larger that a standard Chiclet. PHASE III: Nothing happens in Phase III, which typically lasts six years. PHASE IV: Workers from the Division of Great Big Machines That Never Actually Move litter the construction site with huge, powerful-looking pieces of construction equipment, many of which do not have engines. Eventually these are worn away by erosion. PHASE V: The project is actually completed, and a giant talking cucumber from Mars dances the hula. I don’t mean to be overly critical of highway-construction workers. They’re only doing their jobs. I’m especially grateful to the unsung employees of the Division of Really Helpful Signs. Think of this crack unit the next time you’re trying to get somewhere, traveling at roughly the same speed as the Chrysler Building, creeping past miles of cones and immobile construction equipment, some of which has vines growing on it, and at last you come to what is, as far as you can tell, the only working machine in the entire highway project: a generator-powered electric sign, flashing the vital message: “EXPECT DELAYS.” Yes, gridlock is indeed a problem. What can we, as citizens, do about it? Plenty! We can form car pools with our co-workers, so that instead of being stuck in traffic, we’ll be stuck in traffic smelling our co-workers’ bodily odors. Or we can take mass transit, defined as “transit that does not go where you need to go.” Finally, we can demand that Congress take action, in the form of laws requiring “Classic Rock” stations to play some different songs. Working together, we CAN make a difference! Then we can rock and roll all nite, and party every day. © 2011 Tribune Media Services Inc. (This article first appeared Oct. 15, 2000.)


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Vt. Infrastructure Damages SANY America Chooses GE Could Pass $500 Million Capital for Financing Solutions By John Curran ASSOCIATED PRESS

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) Fixing the infrastructure carnage left by Tropical Storm Irene will cost between $300 million to $500 million, Vermont’s transportation secretary told lawmakers Sept. 13, giving the first public estimates of the cost of repairing dozens of bridges, roads and culverts wrecked in flooding. That’s not counting the damage to municipal roads, which Transportation Secretary Brian Searles told lawmakers also will be “huge.” Cleaning up and stabilizing the flooddamaged Waterbury state office complex will cost $15 million to $20 million, according to Administration Secretary Jeb Spaulding, who sat beside Searles at a meeting of the Joint Fiscal Committee as they delivered the grim numbers. “We suffered loss of life, we suffered loss of homes, we suffered loss of livelihoods for many people and very personal losses,” Searles said. “The good news about infrastructure is that it’s replaceable. It’s temporary. And we’re working on that. But it is also huge.” Progress has been made, due to help from National Guard units from five states, transportation workers from three states, an army of private contractors and help from members of the public who have taken it upon themselves — and their tractors, backhoes and excavators — to pitch in. According to the Agency of Transportation: • Of 139 segments of state routes closed after the Aug. 28 storm, 124 have reopened either to emergency vehicles only, one lane only or to “varying levels of service.” • Of 34 state bridges closed, 13 have reopened. Whatever the tab, Vermont taxpayers won’t be on the hook for all of it. Federal reimbursement will be available for some, but the percentage isn’t known yet. Typically, the Federal Emergency Management Agency reimburses at a rate of 75 percent federal, 12.5 percent state and 12.5 percent local. But Vermont’s expenses will be so exorbitant that the state may qualify for a 90 percent-10 percent split instead, according to Spaulding. By law, the Federal Highway Administration’s relief program can provide only up to $100 million in emergency funding to a state for each natural disaster. But the state and its three-member congressional delegation will be pushing for a special authorization to lift that cap, to have Washington pay 100 percent of all costs over $100 million and permission to take longer

than six months to spend the money on emergency repairs. The state has about $25 million in insurance, including $7.5 million on the Waterbury complex, with a $1 million statewide deductible, according to Spaulding. The state has already received $5 million in “quick release” funds, from which it is paying the private contractors working to repair roads and bridges, Searles said. One lawmaker took Searles to task after seeing paving projects continuing on a section of Interstate 89 that was unaffected by the flooding. “That just boggles my mind,” said state Sen. Richard Sears, D-Bennington. “People are struggling to get across the state, whether it be Route 9 or Route 4 ... You get out there onto the interstate, which to my knowledge hasn’t seen any damage, and you’ve got people out there paving. That’s the image I’m concerned about.” Searles said that Vermont had “deficits” in its infrastructure upkeep before Irene hit and that it was neither practical nor logical to have all Agency of Transportation work halt to concentrate on the flood damage. He said paving contracts were set before the storm and that private workers on them won’t be transferred to the severely-damaged roads and bridges, in part because the flood-repair projects are for shoring up and rebuilding, not paving. What happens with the Waterbury complex, where about 1,500 state workers have been displaced from the flood damage, remains to be seen. Spaulding’s estimate of up to $20 million is just to address the damage, not refurbish. The state is still weighing whether to try to rehabilitate those buildings and plans to send out a request for proposals to see whether private entities would be interested in buying them outright or entering into some kind of public-private partnership, Spaulding said. In any event, some state functions — including the Department of Public Safety — will remain there, he said. The committee voted Sept. 13 to approve a one-day approval process for the distribution of food, emergency equipment and money that have been donated from all parts of America. Usually, the governor’s administration submits proposed grants to the committee and it has a month to review them. The action Sept. 13 means the review period is 24 hours for all grants of up to $100,000. “The last thing we want is for red tape to stand between flood victims and the aid they need,” said state Sen. Ann Cummings, DWashington, chairwoman of the committee.

SANY America has established a program with GE Capital to expand wholesale and retail financing solutions for distributors and their end user clients. The news comes as the U.S. based subsidiary of Chinese heavy equipment manufacturer SANY Heavy Industry continues to grow its production and distribution base in North America. “Our company has outlined very aggressive growth strategies in the North American heavy equipment markets,” said SANY America Finance Manager Scott Morrish. “As we accelerate the expansion of our dealer networks, our partnership with GE Capital will afford our customers a wide variety of financing solutions,” he added. The announcement comes only months after SANY Heavy Industry joined the Financial Times Global 500 List, an annual ranking of the world’s strongest firms by market capitalization. SANY Heavy

Industry’s financial stability, coupled with the strength and flexibility of GE Capital, will allow dealers and end users to update existing fleets and add new products while maximizing profitability and value. “We are pleased to support SANY’s expansion strategy by offering both attractive inventory financing for SANY dealers and compelling retail financing for enduser commercial customers,” said Kristi Webb, general manager, GE Capital, Dealer Finance. “GE’s deep expertise and broad coverage network in the heavy equipment market makes us uniquely able to assist SANY as they build their U.S. business.” In late August, SANY America moved to its new 400,000 sq. ft. corporate headquarters in Peachtree City, Ga. The facility features 60,000 sq. ft. of office space and 340,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing area, where the company will assemble its line of crawler cranes, hydraulic excavators and concrete pump trucks.

AGC Plans to Launch New Fall Protection Training Program The Associated General Contractors of America will launch a new fall protection safety training program next year due to a new federal safety grant the association is being awarded. The association will use the $130,000 Susan Hardwood Training Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to tackle one of the most pressing safety issues in construction, officials said. “The new training program will help us continue to make construction safer for millions of workers,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “This is another sign of the commitment our association and our members have to improving construction safety.” Sandherr said that while the overall number of construction fatalities has declined by nearly 50 percent over the past five years, fall-related fatalities remain the single largest cause of construction deaths, Sandherr said. He noted that fatalities from falls accounted for 260 out of the 751 con-

struction fatalities reported in 2010, or nearly 35 percent of the total. The association head noted that the safety program would provide comprehensive information about fall protection for both commercial and residential construction. He added that the association would offer the safety program in eight different sites during 2012 and expected to instruct as many as 500 construction workers during the year. Sandherr added that, in addition to the new fall protection program, the association already offers a host of safety programs and materials that construction firms are taking advantage of. These include in-seat safety training programs and making educational materials available to construction firms. “Any chance we get to improve safety for construction workers we are going to take,” Sandherr said. “After all, the construction industry is only as strong as its workers are safe.”

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Terex Unveils Fuel-Efficient Generation 9 Truck Range dard. This design, which also is available as an option on the Gen 9 TA250, greatly reduces operator fatigue and increases machine stability, enabling these machines to excel in rough terrain environments. Completing the Terex range of Gen 9 articulated trucks is the powerful TA400 which has a maximum payload of 40 tons (36 t) and a heaped capacity of 30.3 cu. yds. (23.3 cu m). It has a gross power of 444 hp (331 kW), and with six forward gears and one reverse in addition to a two speed drop box, the Gen 9 TA400 can travel up to 37.3 mph (60 kmh). At home on sites ranging from sand and gravel quarries to coal mines and road construction projects, the new Gen 9 Terex articulated trucks are designed to keep productivity levels high, fuel consumption low and cycle times short. For more information, visit www.terexconstruction.com. The new Generation 9 range of Terex articulated trucks are powered by Scania engines.

Engineered for the toughest applications around the world, the new Generation 9 range of Terex articulated trucks are powered by Scania engines, which are renowned for high uptime and reliability, underpinned by a worldwide service network. Back-toback testing with the new Generation 9 Tier IVi TA300 and the previous model (Tier III TA300) demonstrates that the new range is not only more productive but also more fuel efficient, according to the manufacturer. Dedicated to reducing downtime, the service points on Terex articulated trucks are designed for quick and easy access. The electronic-assisted hood raise and the fully tilting cab simplify access to major components and ground level service points, which further reduces downtime. As well as reduced downtime, lower cost of ownership is a key feature of Terex artic haulers. All models in the Generation 9 range benefit from oil-cooled multiple-disc brakes on each axle providing extended brake component life, reducing service intervals and operating costs, and improving overall braking performance compared to

traditional dry-disc brake systems that are fitted as standard on other manufacturers’ trucks. The Terex cab is developed around the operator to improve comfort, efficiency and productivity. The new ergonomic cab has reduced interior noise levels, more effective air conditioning, a high-quality sound system and even a new steering wheel and mirror arrangement. Interior aesthetics also have been updated to anthracite grey with a matte finish to reduce glare. The smallest truck in the range boasts a hauling capacity of 20.3 cu. yd. (15.5 cu m) and is powered by a 311 hp (232 kW) engine, making the Gen 9 TA250 the perfect partner for any construction project in the 25-ton (22.6 t) class market, according to the manufacturer. With a 370 hp (276 kW) engine, the Gen 9 TA300 is one of the most powerful trucks in the 30-ton (27 t) class market and this power is combined with a heaped capacity of 22.9 cu. yd. (17.5 cu m). Another feature of the updated TA300 is the fully independent front suspension, which is fitted as stan-

Detachable Trailer Line Now Available at Felling Trailers Felling Trailers recently added an agricultural detachable trailer line to its X-Force product mix. These models’ capacities range from 35 to 60 tons (31 to 54 t) with 2 to 4 axle configurations. Additionally, Felling Trailers’ agricultural detachable trailer line has a five-year limited structural warranty and a three-year paint warranty. Some standard features of the Felling Trailers’ X-Force agricultural detachable trailers include: • five-position quick change load block (capable of 15 positions) • 2400 psi hydraulic low pressure requirements • low angle/height approach with tapered beam (main deck) • air gauge and dump valve • T-1 fully cambered beam (Non-ABS available for heavy haul applications) • 360 degree Roto-D-rings on trunion bolsters • interchangeable trunion approach • boomwell options • true scraper neck design • flip axle brackets and plumbing • LED Lighting Optional features include: • Infinite customizable options • Light weight aluminum pullouts for 13 in. (3.9 m) wide For more information, visit www.felling.com.


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Rogers Adds 55-Ton Capacity Ultima Trailer to Lowboy Line

Rogers 55-ton (50 t)capacity Ultima Trailer features a 20 in. (51 cm) loaded deck height. (Some optional equipment shown).

Rogers Ultima Series lowboy trailers now includes a 55-ton (50 t) capacity production model. This model features a 20 in. (51 cm) loaded deck height, 25 ft. (7.6 m) deck length and a 98 in. (249 cm) swing clearance. Cambered mainbeams, fabricated with 100k psi and 130k psi materials, reduce the trailer’s tare weight while maintaining strength and durability. Popular

options available on the Ultima models are wheel wells, self-adjusting front folding ramps, full center decking and hydraulic trap doors. Specialized Ultima models offer a wider selection of payload capacities, deck styles, gooseneck lengths and other options and accessories to simplify any hauling need. The number of hauling configura-

tions can be maximized with a minimum investment by taking advantage of Ultima’s detachable rear frame, interchangeable decks and detachable axles. Rogers No Foot self-lifting gooseneck, which quickly and easily raises or lowers the front of the deck under full load without a ram foot contacting the ground, is standard equipment. Boom wells and

notched deck crossmembers allow equipment to ride low, consequently reducing load height. Self-aligning tapered beam hooks assure a positive gooseneck-to-deck connection and make reconnecting a oneman, one-minute operation. For more information, call 800/441.9880 or visit www.rogerstrailers.com.

Michelin Launches XDR2 Tire for Rigid Dump Trucks Michelin Earthmover unveiled the Michelin XDR2 tire for severe mining and quarry applications. The tire — designed for rigid dump trucks — offers up to 20 percent more tread life than its predecessor, the Michelin XDR tire and is available in a 27R49 size. Additional sizes will be available later in the year. “The best has gotten better,” said Luc Minguet, president of Michelin Earthmover Tires worldwide. “The XDR tire is the benchmark on haul trucks in quarries around the world, and has been for many years. This new XDR2 tire builds on that foundation to deliver even more productivity, better performance and unquestioned value, all leading to a lower total cost of tire operation.” In addition to the increased tread life, the XDR2 tire also delivers up to a 10 percent thicker undertread between the protective plies and tread base for better cut and impact resistance. With a new self-cleaning tread pattern, the XDR2 tire combines full-depth blocks, a 13 percent larger central lug (compared to XDR tire) and the new non-directional design to provide increased protection against aggressions and cut separations. The

evolving tread design provides an increased contact patch as the tire wears, while sculptured cooling vents help keep running temperatures low, according to the manufacturer. The XDR2 tire also incorporates Michelin’s C2 Technology in the casing to provide an overall cooler operating temperature to maximize the potential life of the tire without compromising operating speed or load carrying capacity. Compared to the XDR tire, the steel protective plies are 60 percent stronger to provide a significant improvement in shielding the tire against aggressions and separations. The XDR2 tire also provides twice the sidewall thickness of the previous generation to resist cuts

and abrasions. The XDR2 tire underwent more than 2 million hours of real-world testing at Michelin’s Almeria, Spain, proving grounds — the only dedicated earthmover tire testing center in the world — as well as numerous other challenging environments and sites across the globe. The extensive testing aided the development of the tire to provide an overall balance of performance characteristics, including longer tread life,

In addition to the increased tread life, the XDR2 tire also delivers up to a 10 percent thicker undertread between the protective plies and tread base for better cut and impact resistance.

improved damage resistance and greater environmental consciousness through raw material conservation, according to the manufacturer. The XDR2 tire also demonstrates Michelin’s commitment to conserving natural resources by using advanced design techniques to use nearly 10 percent less materials than the leading competitive 49inch OTR tire. The reduction in materials used means fewer materials need to be recycled, and the lighter tire weight also provides additional fuel savings. The tires are produced in ISO 14001 certified facilities and are free of aromatic oils. Michelin designs, manufactures and sells tires for every type of vehicle, including airplanes, automobiles, bicycles, earthmovers, farm equipment, heavy-duty trucks, motorcycles and the space shuttle. The company also publishes travel guides, hotel and restaurant guides, maps and road atlases. Headquartered in Greenville, S.C., Michelin North America employs more than 21,400 and operates 18 major manufacturing plants in 16 locations. For more information, visit www.michelinearthmover.com.


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DuraClass Sidewinder Works New Cat CT660 Vocational as All-Season Dump Body Trucks Ready for Work

The DuraClass Sidewinder contains COR-TEN steel, a heavy-duty box braced tailgate, full depth corner posts with additional support added to the right rear post and continuous 100 percent welding on the body.

The DuraClass 3 to 4 cu. yds. (2.3 to 3 cu m) Sidewinder dump body is designed for standard dump use, as well as winter snow and ice control. The 3 to 4 cu. yd. Sidewinder is designed for medium duty truck applications and complements the larger 5 to 14 cu. yd. (3.8 to 10.7 cu m) capacity DuraClass Sidewinder dump bodies. With its compact size, the 3 to 4 cu. yd. Sidewinder increases maneuverability on narrow roads and in metropolitan areas, while minimizing clearance concerns, according to the manufacturer. The body sidewall is shaped into a continuous top rail, side and running board configuration, eliminating the outside seam weld below the top rail, preventing moisture and freeze problems. The DuraClass Sidewinder contains high quality construction including COR-TEN steel, a heavyduty box braced tailgate, full depth corner posts with additional support added to the right rear post and continuous 100 percent welding on the body. The DuraClass Sidewinder also can be built with stainless steel and HARDOX and is fully customiz-

able for municipal and commercial construction needs. The DuraClass Sidewinder’s understructure is a stacked structural steel design with channel crossmembers and I-beam long members. Front mounted inverted telescopic hoist with hard chrome plated sleeves eliminates the need for a cylinder housing inside of the body and minimizes cylinder contamination. The body is easily prepared for unexpected early or late snowfalls and can be used for mid-winter construction events, such as water main breaks, without having to remove sanding equipment. The 3 to 4 cu. yd. Sidewinder delivers salt/sand to the front of the truck’s rear tires through a conveyor system, providing added traction for traveling up and down hilly terrain. The unit’s low profile allows for safe traveling in minimum clearance areas such as under power lines, areas with low tree branches or under bridges. The unit is able to spread sand or salt up to 25 ft. (7.6 m) — the width of two full traffic lanes — with continuous feed from the dump body.

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Caterpillar will continue ramping up CT660 production through the third quarter to fill customer orders, Cat dealer rental fleets and dealer inventory.

The new Caterpillar CT660 vocational truck, officially announced at the ConExpoCon/AGG 2011 in March, has passed all requirements of Caterpillar’s rigorous new product introduction process and is approved for shipment to customers, the company announced. The CT660 has been in limited production since June, with the first units off the line used to validate manufacturing procedures and to ensure that the CT660 meets Caterpillar’s stringent quality standards. Customer deliveries of the CT660 vocational trucks began in September. “Caterpillar is extremely pleased with the response we have received from our vocational truck customers,” said George Taylor, director of the company's Global OnHighway Truck Group. “A number of customers, who saw the CT660 for the first time at ConExpo-Con/AGG, actually ordered trucks before having the opportunity to drive them. I think that speaks highly of their confidence in Cat products and the Cat dealer network.”

Caterpillar will continue ramping up CT660 production through the third quarter to fill customer orders, Cat dealer rental fleets and dealer inventory. Most Caterpillar dealers in North America have held or plan to hold open house events to introduce customers to the CT660 and explain how the trucks can be configured to meet demanding vocational applications. “Most important for Caterpillar at this point is to focus on increasing production and getting customers behind the wheel of the CT660,” said Taylor. “Once customers drive the CT660 and take note of how carefully it’s designed to meet the demands of vocational service, we think they’ll immediately recognize how the truck can benefit them. The CT660 is a significant new product for Caterpillar, and we’re excited about supplying a truck that will help with rebuilding our infrastructure in a recovering economy.” For more information, visit http://drivecat.com/.


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Vermeer HG6000 Features New Productivity Enhancements Vermeer Corporation has have the ability to adjust the screen support on the HG6000, redesigned the HG6000 horizontal Customers allowing the screen to be moved closer or farther away from hammer grinder with new design enhance- tips to match clearance with the type of material being processed. ments and a Tier 4i/Stage IIIB engine to meet wood-waste processors’ needs for productivity and government emission regulations. “Vermeer spent considerable time redesigning the HG6000 horizontal grinder,” said Jay Sarver, environmental sales manager of Vermeer Corporation. “The machine incorporates features that will help enhance productivity, and a new Tier 4i/Stage IIIB engine provides more fuel-efficient horsepower while meeting tier regulations.” The HG6000 is powered by a Cat C18 Tier 4i/Stage IIIB engine that meets all U.S., Canada and European Union tier regulations while producing 755 hp (563 kW), a 20 percent increase in horsepower over the previous Tier III engine. A dual-screen system allows screens to be mixed and matched to attain the desired end product. The screens also are reversible and interchangeable to obtain the maximum usage of the wear portion of the screen. Customers also have the ability to adjust the screen support on the HG6000, allowing the screen to be serviceability is increased by providing away from the chamber when prompted. moved closer or farther away from hammer ground-level access. All hardware used to The operator can reverse the feed roller indetips to match clearance with the type of secure the anvil is located on the outside of pendently of the feed table to reposition material being processed. Vermeer eliminat- the machine, away from the wear path of irregular material as it enters the hammered the transition area between the anvil and material. mill. Feed roller hydraulic down pressure screen, increasing the screen area on the Vermeer also increased the thickness of can be applied using the remote control unit. HG6000 by 20 percent, which allows for the mill box sidewalls in front of the mill, as Down pressure aids in feeding difficult more throughput, according to the manufac- well as made it easier for the plates between material sizes and shapes. turer. the end of the mill and sidewall to be A single-piece 48-in. (121.9 cm) wide The Series II duplex drum hammermill replaced. Optional, abrasion- resistant wear belly and discharge conveyor belt eliminates consists of 10 hammers and 20 cutter blocks plates are available. the transition point from belly to load-out, with a 36.4-in. (92.5 cm) cutter tip diameter The Vermeer SmartGrind system stops helping to reduce the occurrence of plugging and 62-in. (157.5 cm) cutting width. This and reverses material from feeding into the or bridging in some conditions. Vermeer also design helps to decrease daily maintenance hammermill when engine rpm drops below enhanced the overlap of the infeed and distime, while increasing the life of major wear a preset droop speed. This helps increase charge conveyors to reduce spillage on the components simply by reversing the cutter machine and job site productivity by reduc- ground, resulting in less cleanup time under blocks, hammers and center section of drum. ing operator effort. The feature reduces wear the machine. A box beam-style anvil — with replace- to vital engine and machine components by The thrown object deflector (TOD) is able wear surfaces on top — uses a wedge constantly monitoring engine loading. The designed to reduce both the quantity and dissystem to maximize retention while provid- feed table and feed roller pull material into tance of thrown material, allowing operation ing good resistance to bending. Additionally, the grinding chamber or reverse material in smaller and controlled work sites. The

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Terex Cedarapids MVP450X Promises Increased Uptime The Terex Cedarapids MVP450X cone crusher boasts numerous features that increase the machine’s productivity and ease of use. Major new enhancements include high speed clearing of jammed material; quick crusher separation capability for faster manganese changes; easy to operate computer controls — the optional “Guardian” PLC control system optimizes production and is fully automated. The new 400 hp (298 kW) MVP450X incorporates pinned cylinder ends that remove quickly to allow fast cone separation, which results in faster manganese changes, reducing downtime. At the press of a button, fully guided dual action tramp relief cylinders provide 6 in. (15.2 cm) lift for easy clearing of jammed feed material to reduce downtime and increase productivity, according to the manufacturer. The hydro-pneumatic tramp iron relief system instantly resets the crusher setting after passing uncrushable material without having to activate valves and pumps. A high

flow manifold system with five accumulators provides redundant cylinder protection. The hydraulic powered threaded upper assembly allows for quick crusher setting adjustment under load and computer optimized main frame components are high endurance, all-cast construction. The new cone head is four times stronger for longer life and the ElJay Rollercone roller bearing design provides high efficiency, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call 319/363-3511 or visit www.terexmps.com.

The new 400 hp (298 kW) MVP450X incorporates pinned cylinder ends that remove quickly to allow fast cone separation.

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GrinderCrusherScreen.com expanded its new product line with the introduction of the TR3650, TR3660, and TR4265 track mounted conveyors. “The addition of these three conveyors was imperative, as we sell a great deal of used track mounted crushers and screening plants,” according to President Neal Kaiserman. “These same customers require track conveyors to accompany their existing tracked processing equipment .” All three models are equipped with top quality parts such as Caterpillar engines, Sauer Danfoss hydraulic motors, pressure compensated hydraulics, and remote control, Kaiserman said. For more information, visit www.GrinderCrusherScreen.com.


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Telsmith Introduces Tel-Trax TC52 Cone Crushing Plant

Telsmith Inc.’s, Tel-Trax model TC52 is a high capacity, track-mounted cone crushing plant that is designed to work in conjunction with larger, high production, track primary plants.

Telsmith Inc.’s, Tel-Trax model TC52 is a high capacity, track-mounted cone crushing plant that is designed to work in conjunction with larger, high production, track primary plants (such as the Tel-Trax TJ3258 Jaw plant) to offer higher production, mine duty, track-mobile solutions. Built around the 400 hp (298 kW), model 52SBS cone crusher, the TC52 is one of the largest track cone plants

available. The plant significantly boosts tonnage output in secondary and tertiary applications, while accepting larger feed (up to 12-in. [30.5 cm] topsize) when compared to the more common 300 hp (298 kW) units, according to the manufacturer. For enhanced operating efficiencies, the Telsmith TelTrax Model TC52SBS is outfitted with automation controls that reduce the need for operator oversight. The sys-

tem monitors parameters such as crusher overload, feed bin levels, diesel power supply and the discharge conveyor to automatically adjust the feed rate. The automated controls package also allows a soft link to additional TelTrax crushing and screening plants to provide a completely linked and integrated processing solution. For more information, call 800/765-6601 or visit www.telsmith.com.

Sandvik QA331 Designed for Recycling, Contractors The Sandvik QA331 is a three way split screener based on the QA330. The new model now comes with improved screening capacity, and is designed specifically for the recycling and contractor market. At the heart of the QA331 is a 14 by 5 ft. (4.27 by 1.52 m) two bearing screen box that possesses an increased six degree screening angle in-built into the bottom deck of the screen. This feature, coupled with the larger screening surface area, and increased throw on the screen box, enhances screening efficiency and capacity through the actual screen box itself, according to the manufacturer. The key features and values of the QA331 are: • High production rate through large screening area, high frequency adjustable angle, double deck screen and a six degree inclined angle on screen-box to produce a “banana” effect. • Fully capable of working at the quarry face, inner city development or recycling center. • Modern chassis I-beam design ensures maximum durability for arduous conditions. • Global aftermarket support, with standard stock parts to ensure maximum uptime. • Machine designed for optimum fuel

At the heart of the QA331 is a 14 by 5 ft. (4.27 by 1.52 m) two bearing screen box that possesses an increased six degree screening angle in-built into the bottom deck of the screen.

economy and low operating costs. The QA331 also has a folding access walkway fitted as standard around the screen box, thus providing the operator with easy access for maintenance. Additionally, the hopper has a 9 cu. yd. (7 cu m) capacity and comes complete with a

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The QA330/1 has proved suitable for aggregate production, surface mining, quarried rock, road construction, top soil and remediation, and recycling of construction materials, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call www.sandvik.com.


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Superior Industries’ Conveyor Includes Portable Package Superior Industries’s Trailblazer conveyor, is an overland conveying system. This highly mobile 500-ft. (152 m), fully-belted and assembled groundline conveyor is easily towable from site to site, allowing rapid deployment from the road to working status. Unlike other groundline conveying systems, which would require days or even weeks for setup or teardown, the Superior Industries trailblazer conveyor is designed to deliver savings in costs and manpower, while also eliminating the downtime associated with the erection of traditional systems — and the need to transport material onsite via costly trucks or loaders, according to the manufacturer. The trailblazer conveyor is suitable for numerous appli- The 500-ft. (152 m) long Trailblazer Conveyor features a 36 in. (91 cm) belt; two 25 hp (18.6 kW) 1800 RPM cations and industries includ- TEFC motors; a capacity of 1,000 STPH of 100 PCF material; a belt speed of 400 fpm; Superior CEMA C idlers; ing aggregate, mining, recy- gravity style take-up; and three Superior Navigator return trainers.

cle, waste handling, bulk processing and more. Fully-belted with drive and gravity style take-up built into the trailer structure, the new trailblazer conveyor simply folds in or out easily and quickly in an accordionfashion with a minimal crew required to position the supports. Its towable package is equipped with a fifth wheel hitch, brakes and directional lights. The 500-ft.-long Trailblazer Conveyor features a 36 in. (91 cm) belt; two 25 hp (18.6 kW) 1800 RPM TEFC motors; a capacity of 1,000 STPH of 100 PCF material; a belt speed of 400 fpm; Superior CEMA C idlers; gravity style take-up; and three Superior Navigator return trainers. For more information, call 320/589-7085 or visit www.superior-ind.com.

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MB Crusher Bucket Celebrates 10 Years of Innovation in Construction It has been 10 years since MB made the crusher bucket available to the earth movement world. The crusher bucket works by taking advantage of the excavator system and can be used in many fields of application. Today, MB’s crusher bucket has crossed all borders, from the Far East (the company recently opened a branch in Japan) to the “Stars & Stripes” States (where another branch was opened) all the way to South America and Oceania, and did not stop even when faced with the cold stones of Siberia or the burning hot ones of Nigeria. Of all the various fields of applications, the MB crusher bucket is especially useful during excavation and filling jobs, according to the manufacturer. Usually, during excavations and the jobs that follow, the soil must be dug up, the debris material loaded onto trucks and taken to the nearest dump for disposal, with the trucks then returning to the work site and so on. The excavation site must then be filled in again, thus requiring other trips to the waste dump, but this time to purchase the same material that was dumped just a few days before, which in the meantime has been crushed and prepared in the right size to fill in the trenches.

Obviously, the material must be paid for and hauled to the work site. Using an MB crusher bucket reduces costs and times needed for the disposal and procurement process, up to fully eliminating them. In fact, the material is already at the work site, where it can be reused after having gone through demolition processes using pneumatic hammers and pliers. Subsequently, with the MB crusher bucket the material is collected and crushed in the desired diameter and unloaded directly by the bucket onto the truck or in another location, and can thus be used again, for example, to build yards, road embankments, drainage works and to fill in various excavations. The MB crusher bucket is especially useful for laying special piping in difficult soil, according to the manufacturer. The crusher bucket is easy to transport, has low maintenance costs, does not require an additional operator other than the one who operates the excavator and saves fuel that would have been used up by a mobile crusher, which would in any event be powered by an excavator. For more information, visit www.mbcrusher.com.

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Eriez Plans Expansions in U.S., Canada, China, India Eriez, an authority in advanced technology for magnetic, vibratory and inspection applications, will expand its operations in the United States, Canada, China and India to address the growing global demand for Eriez products. “We are proud and excited to report that Eriez is not only growing at home, but also across the globe,” said Tim Shuttleworth, Eriez president and CEO. In the United States, Eriez has purchased a 114,000 sq. ft. building that is approximately 15 mi. from its Asbury Road World Headquarters facility in Erie, Pa. The new building, located at 1901 Wager Road in Erie, will house the company’s 5-Star Service Center and handle manufacturing of Eriez’ largest and hottest selling equipment including recycling systems, column flotation cells and hydroflow fluid filtration and recycling equipment. Eriez completed the purchase of the Wager Road building in late June. According to Shuttleworth, Eriez plans to finish some renovations to the space and move operations in by the end of 2011. Eriez Minerals Flotation Group (EMFG),

headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, will be moving from its current location to a larger building nearby. “This brand new building is being custom built to suit EMFG’s needs,” said Mike Mankosa, Eriez’ vice president — operations. “Our new facility will allow us to build our larger proprietary equipment inhouse, rather than utilizing sub-contractors.” EMFG equipment offerings include flotation columns for minerals and liquids, StackCell high efficiency mechanical flotation cells, Hydrofloat coarse particle flotation cells, gas injection systems and mineral processing test equipment. Construction of the new building in Vancouver currently is under way. “We hope to move into the space by early 2012,” said Mankosa. Eriez-China will add another manufacturing operation in Tianjin to supplement its current Qinhuangdao plant. “Our new facility in Tianjin gives us an additional 10,905 cubic meters including 1,650 cubic meters of office accommodation,” said Andy Lewis, vice president —

international. “Our new building in Tianjin will be ideal for building our Hydroflow fluid filtration equipment, suspended magnets, recycling products as well as some of our other large pieces of equipment,” said Lewis. Eriez-India is moving to a new factory facility located on Vanagaram-Ambattur Road, near Ambattur industrial estate in Chennai, which is one of the largest industrial estates in Asia. “This facility has two factory buildings measuring 25,600 square feet with an array of sophisticated cranes as well as welding and rolling machines and more,” Lewis said. The new space will enable Eriez-India to manufacture Eriez products to the highest quality standards, while offering faster delivery. “In addition to the factory buildings, this facility also has an office lab building measuring 8,700 square feet. This lab has the facility to test both dry and wet type samples for our customers using high quality pilot testing equipment manufactured by Eriez,” Lewis said.

According to Lewis, both these buildings are under construction now and Eriez-India is planning to shift to this facility in September 2011. “While other companies are struggling, Eriez is thriving,” said Shuttleworth. “We believe that innovation, coupled with great customer service, is vital to maintaining our success. Therefore, it’s more important than ever for us to continue to introduce new technologies that help our customers maintain efficiency and increase their profits, while offering the world-class support our customers deserve.” Eriez is recognized as world authority in advanced technology for separation, vibratory and inspection applications. The company’s separation, metal detection, x-ray, materials feeding, screening, conveying and controlling equipment have application in the process, metalworking, packaging, recycling, mining, aggregate and textile industries. Eriez manufactures and markets these products through 12 international facilities located on six continents. For more information, call 888/300ERIEZ or visit www.eriez.com.


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VS Series Shears Allow Scrap Processing to Go Mobile Mobile scrap processing operations can look forward to productivity and durability equal to the standards of today’s most advanced stationary plants, as Vezzani S.p.A. introduces the new VS Series of transportable shears. The new VS model pre-compression shear is offered as a mobile system in the 600 to 700 ton (544 to 635 t) range that utilizes the same gravity feed system that Vezzani used for its PC/AC stationary shears. According to Gabriele Merlo, business development director at Vezzani, the company’s goal in developing the VS Series was to engineer a light, compact and transportable unit that could be manufactured and supported to the same standard as Vezzani’s stationary machines. “Our customers want us to cut scrap, not corners,” Merlo stated. “The VS press shear is built to out produce existing mobile shears for many, many years. And we designed it to ensure that, when you take your shear on the road, you don’t have to leave your service support behind.” While Vezzani has established a global reputation for its large production shears, Merlo said the VS Series incorporates features developed with smaller operations in mind. “The VS Series fills our product portfolio with a product that can help small companies to grow their business. It gives owner-operators and small crews a flexible piece of machinery that can travel anywhere and go right to work without installing a foundation or pit or electrical lines.” Operators of any size also will welcome VS Series for projects facing logistic challenges. High mobility and easy setups provide an option to process the material directly on site and ship the finish product to its final destination right away. Field trials on customer job sites have shown the VS transportable shear is meeting Vezzani’s design goal of achieving greater than 20 tons/hour of dense, high grade material. Customers have been especially pleased with the unit’s ability to load oversize material and to minimize the time required for pre-cutting. This is achieved as a result of the adaptation of the Vezzani inclined-plane gravity feed system. The powerful side compression and cutting operations cycle continuously so no time or energy is wasted on the job site, according to the manufacturer.

Once arriving on site, the Vezzani mobile shear can process mountains of material.

design concept. The single compaction ram of the PC/AC was replaced by two rams, one on each side. This was done to balance its weight in transit. Retractable legs were added so the machine can self-load on and off a low-boy trailer. This feature allows for fast set-ups and take-downs as the system is moved between job sites. Setup is especially quick as the VS shears require no foundation or Designed to be street-legal without waivers on most roads, the pit; their evacuation system allows the material to Simpler Is Better When You Travel retractable legs allow the machine to self-load off and on a low boy slide horizontally. The simplicity of the feed system also saves trailer. The VS shears are sized for “street legal” transcosts. A single operator can load the feed box and port without waivers on most roads and, the Merlo said that Vezzani’s factory support team actually machine’s diesel tank was right-sized to allow a full shift of operate the shear through a remote control system from the cab of any standard loader. All types of material, including travels along with the VS shear, due to the remote “teleser- continuous operation without refueling. bulky and long-dimensioned scrap, can be loaded into the vice” communications system built into every unit. Like Vezzani’s PC/AC, the VS shear uses a combination “To ensure maximum utilization of each piece of equip- of strategies to reduce energy costs and increase profitabililarge open target of the feed box, which is inclined to a 30 degree angle. The operator never has to stop loading to ment, we include advanced training for operators and tech- ty. The gravity feed eliminates the cost of conveying materiprocess a batch, as the material automatically advances into nicians with the purchase of the machine, so our customers al into the compression and shearing zone. The side-comthe side compression chamber. A new evacuation system are well-prepared to handle most of their own troubleshoot- pression is concentrated on a very small area, compared to a developed by Vezzani also gives the operator more flexibili- ing right on the job. But if they do run into a problem, our traditional shear. This results in a much higher specific presfactory team can dial in and run diagnostics wherever the sure on the material, up to 10 times the specific pressure ty for transloading finished material to trucks. Simplicity is a key factor for Vezzani’s engineered shear is working. In most cases, that’s enough to resolve the obtained in a traditional shear box. The final product is much issue. If not, we’ll have a technician on site within 48 hours denser than material produced by traditional shears, which approach to reliability and service support. “Our support concept begins with minimizing the number — and he’ll arrive with all the necessary information on the leads to lower costs for shipping it to the final customer and of moving parts in the machine. Now there is less to go nature of the problem, regardless of where the machine is a higher value when the material is sold, according to the wrong. Using the highest grade steels, we bolt on our wear located.” manufacturer. plates, even though it costs less to weld. We do it this way Vezzani is currently offering its new mobile system in two Proven Productivity and Profitability because it lets clients replace just a small part instead of the models based on nominal cylinder forces: the VS 600 and Vezzani was able to adapt the PC/AC shear into the VS 700. entire plate. This means less maintenance costs and it also mobile VS shear with relatively few changes in the overall makes the plates easier to uninstall.” For more information, visit www.vezzani.biz.


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Terex-Pegson XR400 Jaw Crusher

2006 model. with approx. 5200 hrs. CAT C-9 engine. Vibrating grizzly feeder, extended hopper sides, hydraulically raise/lower product conveyor, dust suppression system. Hydraulic release system protecting major jaw components from un-crushables. Quick hydraulic adjust setting. Ideal for recycling! Location: Virginia. Priced to sell at $229,500

Powerscreen Powerscrub 120R

Extec S-4 Screen

2004 Model, Two deck double screen box, 16’ x 5’, giving 3 end products. Hydraulically adjustable screen angle. Variable speed conveyors. Machine had only one owner. Location: Virginia. $95,000

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

Spare Parts 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

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


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

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

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USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE Crushers 1989 TELSMITH 3646 Roller Bearing Jaw Crusher

s/n 7810/C17768, 36”x46” Bare Jaw Model D, Complete with: Fabricated Steel Frame, Spherical Roller Bearings and Cartridge Type Bearing Mountings, Cast Manganese Steel Jaw Dies (50% Worn), Cast Swinging Jaw Hub Guard, Cheek Plates, Hydraulic Locking/Unlocking Adjusting and Wedge Lock Mechanism, Oil Lubrication System, and Grooved Crusher Sheave. As-Is, Where-Is. Loaded on Truck...Available for Immediate Sale...EXCELLENT CONDITION!!! ........................................................$185,000

Eagle 1536 Portable Jaw Crushing Plant

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

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

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

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Redfern Appointed Capital Equipment Mgr. of Atlas Copco

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

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

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Andrew Redfern has been appointed capital equipment manager at Atlas Copco Construction Mining Technique.

Andrew Redfern has been appointed to the position of capital equipment manager at Atlas Copco Construction Mining Technique (CMT) USA LLC based in Commerce City, Colo., effective immediately. In his new role, Redfern will report directly to Torbjorn Redaelli, president and general manager of Atlas Copco CMT USA. Since 2007 Redfern has served as product manager of Atlas Copco’s Surface Drilling Equipment (SDE) division. He began his employment with Atlas Copco as manager of the company’s rental fleet in the United States in 2005. Before joining Atlas Copco, Redfern’s experience spanned the fields of exploration, geotechnical and foundation drilling. “His background and experience make him uniquely qualified for this new role,” said Redaelli. “Andrew will begin by managing the SDE rental business, and his mission will grow to include the rental equipment of the other business lines. He will have overall administrative and managerial responsibility for the rental assets of our business going forward.” For more information, call 800/732-6762 or visit www.atlascopco.us.


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ADMAR SUPPLY www.admarsupply.com 449 Commerce Rd. Vestal, NY 13850 607-798-0333 1394 Military Rd. Buffalo, NY 14217 716-873-8000 2390 Rochester Rd. Canandaigua, NY 14424 585-396-0031 1950 Brighton-Henrietta Town Line Rd. Rochester, NY 14623 585-272-9390 6014 Drott Drive E. Syracuse, NY 13057 315-433-5000 Introducing the Kubota SVL Series. The new standard for productivity, comfort and speed on the worksite – with the proven power of a Kubota turbo-charged diesel engine. Everything you value for versatile, multi-terrain work. They’re all Kubota designed, engineered and manufactured – the compact track loaders only Kubota could build. Call today for a demo.

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A770 All-Wheel Steer Loader Provides Versatility in Various Conditions Bobcat Company has updated its line of all-wheel steer (AWS) loaders by introducing the Bobcat A770. The unit — which offers both all-wheel steer and skid-steer drive options by simply pressing a switch — has a vertical lift path and a 3,325 lb. (1,508 kg) rated operating capacity (ROC). The A770 replaces the A300 model, and was designed to meet the needs of users who require the low ground disturbance, reduced tire wear and faster travel speed of a small wheel loader, but also the maneuverability and versatility of a skid steer. That makes the A770 the ideal machine for landscapers, retaining wall installers, paving crews and general contractors, as well as industrial users who face multiple operating conditions on a daily basis. The design provides a lift height of 132 in. (335 cm), reach of 31.5 in. (80 cm), and dump angle of 42 degrees for easy truck loading. The new design also results in a hefty 3,325lb. rated operating capacity (ROC) and a 6,650-lb. (3,016 kg) tipping load. It comes standard with two-speed transmission and a travel speed of 12.3 mph (19.8 kmh) in high range and 7.1 mph (11.4 kmh) in low range. The A770 is equipped with a 92-hp (68.6 kW), liquid-cooled Tier III diesel engine and has an operating weight of 9,460 lbs. (4,291 kg). The A770 has a turning circle diameter of 12.6 ft. (3.8 m) in AWS mode and 7.2 ft. (2 m) in skid steer mode. Production is Key The A770 all-wheel steer loader has the same increased hydraulic performance as the other M-Series loader models, enabling it to efficiently accomplish more work. The hydraulic systems on M-Series loaders have been engineered for higher standard flow and pressure that give attachments more power to work more quickly, according to the manufacturer. New job-enhancing features were added to the optional deluxe instrumentation panel. Available only on M-Series machines, the panel intelligently monitors key loader functions and the keyless start with password protection helps prevent theft. The new 5-in., full-color LCD screen offers better readability and interaction. Easy-to-read virtual sweep gauges allow the operator to quickly read and understand the machine’s performance. Increased Uptime The loaders are designed to work long hours on demanding job sites, and operators want to spend minimal time on routine maintenance to start the workday earlier. Simple checks and enhanced design make it easier to perform maintenance correctly at the proper intervals. The auxiliary hydraulic quick couplers are mounted directly to the front plate of the lift arm to provide a solid mounting and hoses are routed through the loader arms for better protection. A guard bar extends in front of the coupler for added security. Keeping the loader cool when working long hours is important in prolonging the service life of the machine. That is why Bobcat redesigned the cooling system on the MSeries for increased efficiency and higher performance. The new design also makes it easier to clean out the cooling system, with an oil cooler that swings up, allowing the operator to clean the area between the oil cooler and the radiator.

Improved Visibility The A770, like other M-Series loader models, features a cab-forward design that not only makes the loaders look different, but also moves the operator closer to the attachment and provides added visibility in all directions. Visibility is provided to the cutting edge of the bucket or the corners of an attachment because of the large cab door. The cab door threshold has been lowered and the overall surface of the door has increased more than 40 percent to provide improved visibility and make it easier for operators to enter and exit the cab. Windows on the sides and rear of the cab

The Bobcat A770 which offers both all-wheel steer and skid-steer drive options by simply pressing a switch — has a vertical lift path and a 3,325 lb. (1,508 kg) rated operating capacity (ROC).

also have been increased in size to provide more visibility to the tires and to the rear. The larger top window makes it easier and more comfortable for the operator to see the attachment with the lift arms raised; an advantage when loading trucks or performing other tasks. Cab Comfort Comfortable operators are more productive, so to create a better working environment, Bobcat increased the size of the M-series cab by 10 percent, redesigned the interior to allow operators to adjust the environment to their individual preferences and improved cab pressurization. Bobcat M-Series loaders have a pressurized cab, with a new one-piece seal that goes all the way around the door and fits into a special curved pocket. This minimizes the amount of dirt and dust that might enter the cab, creating more enjoyable working conditions and making it easier to clean the cab, according to the manufacturer. Noise is another factor affecting operator comfort, and Bobcat reduced the sound level of M-Series loaders by more than 60 percent. New engine mounts improve isolation to decrease vibration and reduce sound levels. The standard joystick control levers move up and down in conjunction with the seat to reduce arm movement and fatigue as the operator controls the machine. These joysticks are also mounted on slides so they can be adjusted forward or backward to the preference of each individual operator. For more information, visit www.bobcat.com.

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

Highway Equipment Company 22035 Perry Highway 1 Zelienople (Pittsburgh), PA 16063 724/452-7800 5846 West Rd. & I-79 McKean (Erie area), PA 16426 814/476-7755 Rte. 219 North Dubois, PA 15801 814/371-3600 Westchester Tractor, Inc. Westchester Tractor 60 International Blvd. Brewster, NY 10509 845/278-7766 Fax: 845/278-4431 www.wtractor.com

E.W. Sleeper Company, Inc. 391 Loudon Road Concord, NH 03302 603/225-3361 800/358-6007 www.ewsleeper.com

Frank Martin Sons, Inc. 491 Lakewood Road Madison, ME 04950 207/858-4748 Fax: 207/858-4747 316 Market Street Fort Kent, ME 04744 207/834-3171 Fax: 207/834-3115 www.f-m-s.com


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

Tracey Road Equipment, Inc. Syracuse 6803 Manlius Center Road, P.O. Box 489 East Syracuse, NY 13057 800/872-2390 Binghamton 1523 Route 11 North Kirkwood, NY 13795 800/370-9488 Watertown 19598 Cady Road (Exit 44-Watertown Center off I-81) Adams Center, NY 13606 888/335-0200 Albany 115 Railroad Ave. Albany, NY 12205 866/740-8853 www.traceyroad.com

Elliott & Frantz, Inc. 450 E. Church Rd. King of Prussia, PA 19406 610/279-5200 Jessup, MD 410/792-9134 Washington, D.C. 301/725-7394 Hagerstown, MD 301/733-8100 Harrisburg, PA 717/652-5430 Delmar, DE 302/846-3033

Harter Equipment, Inc. 615 State Route 33 Millstone Twp, NJ 08535 732/446-7600 888/HARTER-1

Chadwick-BaRoss, Inc. 15 Katrina Road Chelmsford, MA 01824 978/256-9571 800/804-0775 www.chadwick-baross.com

HISTORY KCMA’s parent company, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, has over 100 years of experience providing technology solutions. Kawasaki Heavy Industries is a global supplier of innovative engineering with a portfolio ranging from jet turbines to bridge design to construction equipment.

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

McClung Logan Equipment Co., Inc.

Highway Equipment & Supply Co.

Liftech Equipment Companies

Penn Jersey Machinery

Trask-Decrow Machinery

Route 309 Drums, PA 18222 (570) 788-1127

241 Paul Rd. Rochester, NY 14624 (585) 328-6380 (800) 339-9651 Fax: (585) 328-3622

120 Gordon Drive Lionville, PA 19341 (610) 363-9200

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

4500 Paxton St. Harrisburg, PA 17111 (717) 564-3031

4601 Washington Blvd. Baltimore, MD 21227 (410) 242-6500

200 Burkholder Drive Ephrata, PA 17522 (717) 859-3132

Bridgeville, DE (302) 337-3400

122 Fritz Road Lock Haven, PA 17745 (570) 769-1070

4381 Walden Ave. Lancaster, NY 14086 (716) 684-9045 (800) 284-9580 Fax: (716) 684-9044

61 County Line Road Somerville, NJ 08876 (908) 218-1919 1330 Hurfville Road Deptford, NJ 08096 (856) 227-6400 331 Edward Curry Ave. Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 889-0105

Walter S. Pratt & Son 317 Columbia St. Rensselaer (Albany), NY 12144-2920 (518) 465-1549 Fax: (518) 465-0712

Washington Air Compressor Rental Company 7304 Grove Rd. Frederick, MD 21704 (301) 662-7711 4622 42nd Pl. Hyattsville, MD 20781 (301) 277-1300 1800 4th St., NE Washington, DC 20002 (202) 635-1500 44180 Wade Drive Chantilly, VA 20152 (703) 742-6200

The W.I. Clark Company www.wiclark.com 30 Barnes Industrial Park Rd. Wallingford, CT (203) 265-6781 Brookfield, CT (203) 775-1203 Plainfield, CT (860) 546-4808

Volvo Construction Equipment & Services 300 Turnpike Road Southborough, MA 01772 (800) 544-8098


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Paladin Brands Holding to Be Acquired by KPS Capital Partners Paladin Brands Holding Inc. Sept. 7 announced that KPS Capital Partners LP, through a newly formed holding company, International Equipment Solutions Inc., has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Paladin and Crenlo LLC from Dover Corporation. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Paladin is an independent North American provider of engineered attachment tools for operator‐driven equipment serving a wide range of markets. Paladin operates four business units, each focused on specific markets and products. Paladin Construction Group serves the construction, landscaping, agriculture and aviation markets under industry leading brands, including Bradco, McMillen, FFC, Sweepster, Harley, JRB, C&P and CustomWorks. Paladin Demolition and Recycling, through its Genesis brand, serves the demolition and metal recycling markets. Paladin Utility, through its Pengo brand, provides augers and related tools for the utility and foundation drilling markets. Paladin Custom Material Handling, through its Jewell brand, provides custom excavator packages for the demolition, forestry and material handling markets. Crenlo is a North American provider of steel cabs and

“Our entire team at Paladin is pleased to move forward under KPS and excited about their commitment to manufacturing excellence and to supporting our future growth.” David Burdakin Paladin Brands Holding Inc.

roll‐over protective structures and electronics enclosures for customers serving a wide range of markets. In the operator interface cab segment, Crenlo serves OEM customers in the construction, mining, agriculture and specialty truck markets. Crenlo, through its Emcor brand, provides standard catalog and custom products for customers serving the technology, aerospace, government and energy markets.

David Burdakin, president of Paladin, said, “Our entire team at Paladin is pleased to move forward under KPS and excited about their commitment to manufacturing excellence and to supporting our future growth. We will remain focused on providing our customers with industry leading products and unsurpassed service.” Raquel Palmer, a KPS partner, said, “We are very excited to create International Equipment Solutions. IES, by acquiring Paladin and Crenlo, launches as the premier international engineered equipment manufacturer, with an industry leading portfolio of brands and an exceptionally strong reputation for quality, durability, delivery, product support and product innovation. We intend to grow IES aggressively both organically and through acquisition in North America and globally. The combination of the company’s exceptional operational expertise and strong customer relationships, combined with financial resources provided by KPS, will facilitate IES’s global expansion, especially in China, India and South America.” The closing of the transaction is expected during the third quarter of 2011 and is subject to customary closing conditions.

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CEAttachment Offers Edge to Fence Pounding, Pulling CEAttachment Inc.’s Edge post pounder and puller is a useful attachment for quick and cost effective installation and removal of property line fences with solid steel or wood posts, and particularly in agricultural applications. This one-person operation will drive fence posts as wide as 10 in. (25 cm) and up to 10 ft. (3 m) long into the ground in minutes with its 50,000 lb. impact force. Use the attachment to pick up the post, position it using the 12 in. (30.5 cm) plumb chain, and use the power of the skid steer to drive it into the ground, even as low as

18 in. (45.7 cm) above ground. The Edge post pounder and puller also will pull old fence, small trees or steel posts 1 in. (2.5 cm) in diameter out of the ground with ease. An optional T-Post adapter kit is a simple accessory to assist in driving or pulling T-Posts. The Edge post pounder and puller requires a minimum of 15 gpm (56.7 Lpm) hydraulic flow and is recommended for use on a skid steer with a minimum lift capacity of 1,650 lbs. (748 kg). For more information, call 866/232- This one-person operation will drive fence posts as wide as 10 in. (25 cm) and up to 10 ft. (3 m) long into the ground in minutes. 8224 or visit www.ceattachments.com.


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We’ve become attached to your machines. Sandvik (Rammer) G-Series hydraulic impact hammers

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Allied Construction Products, LLC For over 65 years, we’ve developed many attachments that are legendary in the construction and demolition industries that demand high performance. Names like Ho-Ram, Hy-Ram®, Rammer, Ho-Pac® and Pedestal Breaker System™ are names that equal: UÊ Simple, proven design (Our attachments have high resale or trade-in value) U Reliable performance (If you purchased an Allied attachment, you’re probably still using it) U Superior productivity (Compare AEM– formerly CIMA– ratings, our attachments get the job done faster)

Sandvik (Rammer) S-Series hydraulic impact hammers

And, now Allied adds to that great family background with the Sandvik (Rammer) and AR Series™ hammers. Allied’s attachments don’t take a back seat to any competitor. In particular, our Sandvik (Rammer) product features a long-stroke design, all oil operation and ProControl. All of our high performance boom-mounted attachments are supported by the most respected parts and service organization in North America. Customer satisfaction is job one at Allied. Great products supported by people who know the industry and its customers. To put a high performance Allied attachment on your machine, call 1-800-321-1046 for the name of the Allied Distributor nearest you. We’ve become attached to your machines.

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SBU 220 Hydraulic Breaker Features Solid-Body Concept

With an operating weight of 494 lbs. (224 kg) and a tool shank diameter of 2.56 in. (6.5 cm), the SBU 220 hydraulic breaker is intended for carriers ranging from 6,150- to 13,230-lbs. (2,789 to 6,001 kg).

The Atlas Copco SBU 220 hydraulic breaker features a one-piece housing construction — the solid-body concept, which integrates the percussion mechanism and guide system into one single block of steel. The one-piece housing is designed to have fewer components to maintain and to provide a greater return on investment, according to the manufacturer. With an operating weight of 494 lbs. (224 kg) and a tool shank diameter of 2.56 in. (6.5 cm), the SBU 220 hydraulic breaker is intended for carriers ranging from 6,150- to 13,230-lbs. (2,789 to 6,001 kg). The breaker is designed to offer a favorable percussive power-to-weight ratio. The SBU 220 offers an oil flow rate of 11to 20-gal. per minute (41.6 to 76 Lpm) and an impact rate of 720- to 1,380-blows per minute. The unit features the Atlas Copco VibroSilenced system with sound pressure

rated at 89 dB(A) and sound power at 118 dB(A). This is designed to allow the unit to work close to schools, hospitals and other areas where noise can be an issue. With the breaker’s solid-body concept, which integrates the impact mechanism and the guide system, the SBU 220 is lighter in weight and features a slimmer profile when compared to other hydraulic breakers, making it ideal for small carriers, according to the manufacturer. The Atlas Copco SBU 220 hydraulic breaker is designed for production breaking: demolition, trench rock, utility and landscaping. The SBU 220 is designed to be wellsuited for use in confined spaces such as indoor demolition work, along buildings and for narrow trenching. For more information, call 800/732-6762 or visit www.atlascopco.us.


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VTN Rotobec provides high quality demolition and recycling attachments for today’s contractors. With unmatched quality and precision, VTN Rotobec attachments will be an excellent choice to complete your demolition equipment needs.

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Snow and Ice Section Sectional Sno-Plow’s Slip-Hitch Adjusts Automatically Sectional Sno-Plow, a product division of Arctic Snow and Ice Control Products, HD Plows include features designed for maximum productivity and are compatible with a variety of large pieces of equipment including wheel loaders, backhoes, skid steers, tractors and telehandlers. Sectional SnoPlow’s HD line is practical for established snow and ice management professionals, as well as fleet owners looking for a productive solution for idle equipment during the winter months, including facility managers, and construction and landscape contractors. The HD plows include several features designed to increase pushing efficiency, increase fuel savings, greatly reduce salt usage and eliminate follow-up plowing, according to the manufacturer. Constructed of durable steel, the moldboard design features individual 32-in. (81 cm)-wide sections, equipped with independent, spring-loaded trip

edges. Each section of moldboard responds to changes in the pavement and moves up and down on its own, allowing the plow to contour to uneven surfaces and reduce the amount of snow left behind to re-plow. Every individual moldboard section features an AR-400 hardened-steel trip cutting edge. The steel edge is designed to scrape snow and ice down to the pavement and offer cleaner removal with a single pass. If a cutting edge is damaged, just that section needs to be replaced, resulting in cost savings. With typical one-piece moldboard plows, several feet of expensive cutting edge, often equal to the entire length of the plow, must be replaced upon damage. Designed for faster, easier and more efficient operation, Sectional

Constructed of durable steel, the moldboard design features individual 32-in. (81 cm)-wide sections, equipped with independent, spring-loaded trip edges.

Sno-Plow’s Slip-Hitch system is included on every HD plow. The system automatically and continuously adjusts the plow to the pavement grade, resulting in fewer missed areas and less follow-up plowing. And because it adjusts to the pavement mechanically, less operator time and effort is required to position the plow, making it ideal for inexperienced operators. It also allows the plow to operate independently of the equipment, ensuring full traction and eliminating drag, as well as loss of horsepower, according to the manufacturer. To eliminate damage to the plow, equipment and operator, the HD plows feature bolt-on mechanical side panels. Unlike rigid fixed panels that can be severely damaged if an obstacle such as a curb or median is encountered, mechanical side panels lift up and over obstructions, and are able to clear objects up to 9-in. (22.8 cm) in height. This not only protects the plow from damage as a result of impact, but the equipment and operator as well. For added longevity, the panels feature durable, long-lasting AR-400 hardened-steel shoes. When combined with the Slip-Hitch system, the shoes ride flat along the pavement, allowing even wear and prolonged life. Each section of moldboard is individually mounted to the plow’s mainframe with engineered polyurethane blocks. Rather than replace the

entire plow in the unlikely event of damage, one section can be easily unbolted, removed and replaced for both time and cost savings. Designed for equipment weighing more than 18,000 lbs. (8,164 kg), the HD plows are available in six sizes to accommodate a variety of equipment. The 12-ft. (3.6 m), HD12 model is the smallest, with a weight of 3,300 lbs. (1,497 kg) and pushing capacity of 19-yds. (17 m). Weighing in at 3,700 lbs. (1,678 kg), the HD14 is a 14-ft. (4.2 m) model that offers a capacity of 23-yds. ( 21 m). The 16-ft. (4.8 m), HD16 model weighs 4,100 lbs. (1,859 kg) and has a 28-yd. (25.6 m) capacity. Offering a capacity of 35-yds. (32 m), the HD19 is a 19-ft. (15.8 m) model weighing 4,500 lbs. (2,041 kg). At 22-ft. (6.7 m), the HD22 weighs 4,900 lbs. (2,222 kg) and offers a capacity of 39-yds. (35.6 m) Finally, the HD26 is the largest model available. The 26-ft. (7.9 m) plow weighs in at 5,500 lbs. (2,494 kg) and offers a 46-yd. (42 m) capacity. The universal bucket mounting system allows the plow to be connected in minutes. It ensures the HD plows will fit most any make and model of wheel loader. Optional OEM coupler connections also are available. The HD plows are backed by a 2-year limited warranty. For more information, call 888/242-3766 or visit www.sectionalplow.com.


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New “Positive Control” Hydraulic System In view of the large number of hydraulic consumers that often have to actuate three or more overlapping or synchronized functions, modern hydraulic excavators need advanced, technically mature systems. All Liebherr 6th-generation crawler excavators are therefore equipped with the “positive control” hydraulic system and the corresponding control logic. By supplying an ample flow volume available quickly and making full use of the available energy, the two independent hydraulic circuits energize the hydraulic circuits in the most efficient way, especially when overlapping movements are performed. Maximum speeds are obtained for individual movements by combining the outputs from the pump circuits. With its “positive control advanced” hydraulic system, the R 916 advanced litronic has performance advantages when superimposed movements are performed, for instance when grading surfaces or when travelling in a straight line or following a curved path, according to the manufacturer. The higher operating pressure also boosts tractive, tearout and breakout forces. As well as Liebherr master and input/output modules, the new Liebherr excavator system technology includes integrated engine and power management and a man-machine interface. Sensors located at strategic points on the excavator form a basis for this intelligent system, for faster, smoother working movements. A typical benefit of Liebherr excavator system technology is easy operation of hydraulic attachments. The working pressure and the necessary volume of oil can be input quickly and accu-rately with the tool management. This system technology also incorporates basic equipment for the LiDat on-board diagnostic system, which is the key to even greater economy in modern machine fleet management according to modern business management principles. Advanced Cab With Unique Convenience Standards The large advanced cab gives the operator a feeling of space. The windscreen, roof and right-hand cab windows are of splinterproof two-layer safety glass and the windscreen can be fully retracted. For even greater safety, the cab com-

plies with ROPS requirements, and the hydraulic hoses between the control valves and the base of the boom have been re-routed to give the operator a larger field of view. The large, high-resolution 7-in. color display can be operated as a touch screen or as a turn-and-push knob. It has Liebherr’s R 916 advanced litronic has a four-cylinder diesel engine with an output of 157 hp (115 kW).

video-compatible resolution and incorporates a wide variety of adjustment, checking and monitoring facilities. The display screen is glare-proof and has automatic brightness and contrast control. Xenon lights are available as an optional extra for the best possible work-area visibility. Proportional control is another optional extra: it improves precision and sensitivity even further when working with hydraulic add-on equipment such as a trench clearing bucket, according to the manufacturer. Optimized Structural Steelwork, Improved Drive Trains The 6th-generation crawler excavator’s undercarriage has been designed for increased performance and longer troublefree operation. The center-section connections are extended as far as the ends of the side members in an X-pattern layout that distributes forces more effectively and prolongs undercarriage life. The new slewing platform structure acts as the basis for the ROPS-specification cab. The large-diameter slewing ring distributes the forces that occur here more effectively, so that operating life is again increased. Weight- and function-optimized structural steelwork is a new development in the equipment area. Increased box section dimensions enhance the excavator’s ability to withstand severe loads. The R 916 Advanced achieves breakout forces of up to 179 kN and tearout forces as high as 139 kN. For more information, call 757/928-8746 or visit www.Liebherr.com.


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Contract Includes New Fire House, New Pump Station

The bridge includes 10 spans. It is 2,115 ft. (644.6 m) in length and 55.83 ft. (17 m) wide. It includes 5.3 million lbs. (2.4 million kg) of structure steel, 6,000 cu. yds. (4,587 cu m) of concrete, and 1.5 million lbs. (680,388 kg) of reinforcing steel. BRIDGE from page 1

The project, which is currently on schedule for a November 2012 completion, calls for the demolition of the existing structure and construction of a new one. The replacement is necessitated by the condition of the existing bridge. In addition, demolition of several existing buildings was required for the proposed alignment of the bridge. The contract also calls for the construction of a new fire station for the city of Keyser, construction of a new pump station in McCoole, and relocation of water and sewer lines beneath the North Branch River. The bridge includes 10 spans. It is 2,115 ft. (644.6 m) in length and 55.83 ft. (17 m) wide. It includes 5.3 million lbs. (2.4 million kg) of structure steel, 6,000 cu. yds. (4,587

cu m) of concrete, and 1.5 million lbs. (680,388 kg) of reinforcing steel. Approximately 30 people are assigned to the job. Major subcontractors include Shelly Drilling, Avonmore, Pa., for drilled shaft foundations (caissons); and D.T. Read, Chesapeake, Va., for reinforcing steel. Major equipment used on the job includes several cranes: a Manitowoc 999, Manitowoc 4000, Manitowoc 222, and Grove RT745. There also is a Komatsu PC200LC excavator, a Cat IT28G dozer, a Cat DG5 dozer, and several lifts, including a Snorkel TB60, a Snorkel TB85J, and a Haulotte HB767. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Business Calendar The AGC of ST. Louis is excited to announce a new award to recognize excellence among the Specialty Contractor members of the AGC of St. Louis. Through a secret ballot process, AGC General Contractors will vote for FIRST PLACE specialty contractor in ten separate categories: Concrete/Paving Earthwork & Utilities Electrical Environmental Remediation & Demolition Finishes, Openings & Fixtures Masonry Mechanical Structural & Finish Carpentry Structural & Finish Metals Thermal & Moisture Protection Each first place contractor will be recognized with a FIRST PLACE award in the specified category. The Specialty Contractor receiving the highest number of votes overall will also be awarded the distinction of Specialty Contractor of the Year by the AGC of St. Louis. This award allows the General Contractors to publicly acknowledge those best practices. To be eligible, a Specialty Contractor must be a member of the AGC of St. Louis. The Specialty Contractor award recipients will be named and presented their awards at the AGC of St. Louis Awards Gala featuring the Keystone Awards & the Specialty Contractor of the Year on Thursday, November 3, 2011 at the Millennium Hotel in downtown St. Louis. You won’t want to miss this event as we name the first Specialty Contractor of the Year! AED Dealer Executive Events Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) is pleased to announce several events and programs tailored specifically for dealership principals and senior management. AED’s CFO Conference: Financial Issues for Distribution CFOs and CEOs October 20-21, 2011 Join the financial powerhouses of the industry for an in-depth examination of the accounting and tax issues, financial strategies, and profit opportunities for the equipment distributor. The CFO Conference is your chance to meet with financial experts and peers for frank discussions, thorough analysis, and an insider’s perspective on the current year and what lies ahead. The AED CFO Conference is designed specifically for CFOs, CEOs, COOs, as well as other key executives with financial responsibilities. All attendees will enjoy a blended program of seminars and workshops with an emphasis on hands-on learning, group discussion and Q&A forums. ARTBA Members Join FHWA Technology Workshop Two ARTBA members represented the association at a Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) national workshop on emerging technologies in highway design and construction last week in St. Louis, MO. Phil Hocher of Pace Construction in St. Louis, MO and Ben Biller of Burns & McDonnell in Kansas City, MO, participated in the Intelligent Construction Systems & Technologies workshop on behalf of ARTBA’s Contractors Division and Planning & Design Division, respectively. ARTBA also co-sponsored the event, in which participants developed recommendations for promotion of new technologies to improve construction quality while reducing time and cost. Successful 2010 Build St. Louis Expo. The Build St. Louis Expo was a great success! The aisles were full of representatives from all facets of the industry. All of the booths were sold, so attendees had some great new specialty contractors to meet and view new products on the market by the suppliers. The expo gave another meaning to the words “social networking” and actually shaking hands. Our appreciation to our industry participants – St. Louis Council or Construction Consumers, AIA St. Louis, St. Louis Minority Business Council and Contractors Assistance Program who helped promote the event to their members.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES!!! Taylor Excavating and Crane is now accepting resumes for an assistant dispatcher and a project manager.


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it successfully. He further explained that when “Flags of Our Fathers” was made into a movie, directed by Clint Eastwood and produced by Steven Spielberg, the former said that, “I don’t begin thinking that anything is a good idea until at least two people think it’s a bad one.” Later during the convention, a few highlights included Darrell Harms inducted as new UTCA president; the 2011 Construction Safety Award Presentations, sponsored by George Harms Construction, were made; a grand prize — a week’s vacation to St. Maarten and sponsored by Hoffman Equipment — was awarded; and the annual PAC Auction party was held.

Long Branch N.J.’s Kiely Equipment was represented by Mike Warakomski (L), general manager, and Benjamin Taylor, vice president.

Mike DeVito of the UTCA draws another door prize winner during the association’s trade show.


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registered PE license. Texas Transportation Institute The Texas Transportation Institute (TTI), based in College Station, has developed multiple programs to provide a pipeline for leadership opportunities, continued professional development and career advancement. TTI created a diversity Web site to connect new female employees and their families in order to facilitate information exchange, enhance support and provide a sense of community. TTI also established a partnership with Monster.com, to expand the scope and reach of its recruitment efforts. The efforts have paid off since TTI’s budgeted workforce is now nearly 50 percent female. Future Industry Spotlight Award It recognizes students enrolled in undergraduate or graduate studies at a U.S. college or university who have achieved an outstanding academic record and demonstrated extraordinary leadership skills within and outside the academic environment. Mary Robbins Mary Robbins is a Ph.D. candidate in civil engineering at Auburn University, focusing on pavement materials. Her research is dedicated to improving roadway networks through innovative use of materials and technology. She has an M.S. in civil engineering from Auburn and a B.S. in civil engineering from the University of Toledo. In her spare time, Robbins is involved with the student chapter of Engineers Without Borders, an organization that tackles engineering issues for communities in need. Her interest in pavement research came from her experience working at the Ohio Department of Transportation after college, where she spent time working at bridge and roadway construction sites. After completing her doctorate, she hopes to secure a position that allows her to further the development of the nation’s transportation infrastructure by way of pavement design. Dimitra Michalaka Dimitra Michalaka is pursuing a Ph.D. in transportation engineering at the University of Florida. She has an M.S. in civil engineering from Florida and an undergraduate diploma in civil engineering from the National Technical University of Athens. She is one of the founding members of the University of Florida’s Women’s Transportation Seminar Student Chapter, and is leading the chapter’s effort to introduce transportation engineering to middle school and high school girls. Michalaka works as project manager of a CMS/ FDOT funded research project focusing on ways to provide alternatives to travelers and increase transportation funds through congestion pricing and demand management strategies. She strives to be a leader in the transportation field, working to improve the movement of people and goods, and continue her research and implementation of HOT lanes and other classes of managed lanes. The awards program is a signature initiative of the association’s Women Leaders in Transportation Design & Construction Council, which promotes “leadership and career advancement for women in the industry through mentoring, recognition, educational activities and networking.” Established in 1902, ARTBA is the transportation design and construction industry’s voice in the Nation’s Capital.

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Sunday, November 13: ROCHESTER, NEW YORK: Light Construction, Shop & Support Equipment Auction.

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Tuesday, November 15: HOUSTON, TEXAS: Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Support, Trucks & Trailers.

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Wednesday, November 16: PELL CITY, ALABAMA: Truck Tractor & Specialized Trailer Auction. Large Quantity of Specialized Trailers of Different Configurations: 19 axles, Trailkings, Liddell, Hobb & Others.

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Saturday, October 15: LAKE GEORGE, NEW YORK: Late Model 17. Friday, November 18: SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA: Complete Construction Equipment, Forestry Attachments, Support Equipment, Tagalong Liquidation Construction Equipment, Support, Trucks & Trailers. & Equipment Trailers. 18. Saturday, November 19: LEDYARD, CONNECTICUT 4. Thursday, October 20: ST. LOUIS (TROY), MISSOURI: Complete (FOXWOOD CASINO): Earthmoving Construction Equipment, Aerial Liquidation of Concrete Precast Plant, plus Real Estate. Lifts, Forklifts, Support, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Equipment & Dump 5. Friday, October 21: MANASSAS, VIRGINIA: Cat Construction Trailers. Equipment, Support, Attachments, Forklifts, Dump Trucks, Pickups & 19.-20. Thursday, December 1 and Friday, December 2: BEAUMONT, Equipment Trailers. TEXAS: 2 DAY AUCTION! Complete Liquidation of Bankruptcy Assets of 6. Tuesday, October 25: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA: Rental Returns of CONEX (Refinery/ Service Company). Large Quantity of Rough Terrain Late Model Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers. Plus (15) Cranes, Construction Equipment. 250 Pickups up to 2011 Year!, Truck Late Model Mack triaxle Dumps, (6) Cat 966H. Tractors, Trailers, Large Welding and Fabricating Shop along with Large 7. Thursday, October 27: CLEVELAND, OHIO: Complete Quantity of Support Equipment. Liquidation Cat Construction Equipment. HILITES: Cat 988B, Cat 970F, (5) 21. Tuesday, December 6: ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Construction, IH 350B Pay Haulers, Cat D8N, Cat D8N, Cat D8L, (4) Cat D6HLGP, (3) Cat Aerials, Support, Attachments, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers. 826C, Cat 825C, Cat 825B. 22. Tuesday, December 13: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS: Late Model Truck 8. Friday, October 28: DETROIT, MICHIGAN: Large Construction, Tractors, Dump Trucks, Construction Equipment, Attachments, Support Agricultural Equipment, Attachments, Support Equipment. Equipment & Dump Trailers. 9. Saturday, October 29: SYRACUSE, NEW YORK: Construction, 23. Saturday, December 17: ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY: Rental Support, Attachments, Aerials, Trucks & Trailers. Returns of Construction, Support Equipment, Attachments, Pickups, Dump 10. Wednesday, November 2: JACKSON, ALABAMA: Complete Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers & More. Liquidation of Late Model Construction, Paving & Support Equipment, 24. Thursday, December 29: ALBANY (GREENWICH), NEW YORK: Asphalt Plant, Late Model Mack Dump Trucks (tri.), Equipment Trailers. Rental Returns of New Holland, Kobelco, Cat Construction Equipment, HILITES: (2) 2008-(2) 2007 Mack GV713 (tri.), 2010 Komatsu WA430, Support, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers. 2006 Komatsu WA320, 2011 Komatsu D39PX-2, Blaw Knox Road Widener, 2006 Blaw Knox PF3200. 11.

Saturday, November 5: COLUMBUS (DELAWARE), OHIO: Late Model Rental Return Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Attachments, Support Equipment and Camping Trailers.

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35.-36. DTBA: WRIGHT CITY, OKLAHOMA: (2 Day Auction!) Very Large, Saturday, November 12: RACINE, WISCONSIN: Late Model Complete Liquidation of One of the Largest Wood Mills in The United Earthmoving Equipment, Truck Tractors, Dump Trailers, Equipment Trailers, States. Campers.

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ANNUAL FALL AUCTION CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT – TRUCKS & TRAILERS 423 ASHWOOD ROAD, DARLINGTON (PITTSBURGH), PA 16115

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Now Accepting Quality Consignments CALL OUR HOLLAND, OH OFFICE AT 1-800-842-6221 PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE AND FUTURE ADVERTISING FOR UPDATED INFORMATION. FEATURING: RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: CATERPILLAR 966C; MICHIGAN 125C; EXCAVATORS: CATERPILLAR 315L; KOMATSU PC228 USLC-3; HITACHI EX200LC; LOADER BACKHOES: CASE 580K SERIES I; CASE 580D; CRAWLER TRACTOR: CATERPILLAR D5M; CRAWLER LOADER: CATERPILLAR 955L; SKID STEER LOADER: CASE 1840; ROLLERS: BOMAG BW60HG; BOMAG BW6HG; DUMPERS: TEREX BENFORD PTR9000 9 TON; TEREX BENFORD PTR7000 7 TON; TEREX BENFORD PTR6000 6 TON; TEREX BENFORD PSR6000 6 TON; TEREX BENFORD PSR5000 5 TON; TEREX BENFORD PTR3000 3 TON; TRACTORS: JOHN DEERE 4955; JOHN DEERE 4755; JOHN DEERE 4255; JOHN DEERE 4240; (2)

JOHN DEERE 3140; JOHN DEERE 1050; MASSEY FERGUSON 8160; KUBOTA M8580DT 4X4; FORD 1710; CASE 480D W/BROOM; ANTIQUE TRACTOR: CASE C; AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT: POWERSCREEN MARK 2 DOUBLE DECK MOBILE SCREENING PLANT W/REBUILT ENG.; 16”X20’ ELECTRIC CONVEYOR; 40’ ROLLER CONVEYOR; 4’X10’ DOUBLE DECK SCREEN; 4’X12’ DOUBLE DECK SCREEN; GRAVEL BOX; 16’X8’ UNDER-

GROUND PIPE BOX; CHIPPER BOX; TRENCHER: DITCH WITCH 2010 WALKBEHIND; MANLIFT: GROVE MZ116D 4X4; 2000 JLG 40H 4X4 BOOM; FORKLIFTS:GRADALL 534D-9 TELESCOPIC; MASTERCRAFT A178 ROUGH TERRAIN; HYSTER E50XL-27 ELECTRIC; TM-12 SCISSOR; TRUCKS/SUV: 2001 FORD F350XL SD MECHANICS; 2000 JEEP WRANGLER; 1991 NISSAN 24’ BOX; 1981 INTERNATIONAL MECHANICS; 1999 GMC 4X4

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MECHANICS; 1998 FORD F250 PICKUP; 1997 FORD F350 MECHANICS; TRAILERS: 2010 TOPLINE S/A TILT TOP TAG; 1999 LUFKIN S/A DROP DECK; 1987 RODGERS 20 TON TAG; 1983 FRUEHAUF 28’ PUP; CROSLEY 5 TON TAG; MISC: ESCO ES-16 ELIMINATOR HYD HAMMER; ESCO ES-18 ELIMINATOR HYD HAMMER; 500 GALLON TANK W/HYD PUMP MTD ON TRAILER; CHIPPER; GENERATOR; ATTACHMENTS; MURRAY 42” MOWER; SAWS; SALT SPREADER; SNOW PLOWS; HYD PLATFORM TABLE CART; AIR COMPRESSORS, GENERATORS; HEATERS; TOOLS; PRESSURE WASHERS; LIGHT PLANTS; ENG. HOIST; PUMPS; NEW SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS, ETC.

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Mine Reclamation Job Steams Toward Quick Conclusion MINE from page 24

yards of material will be re-graded by the use of a Komatsu 475A-2 dozer on the site, and the entire site will be seeded, mulched, and trees planted.” The job involves two shifts with approximately 10 employees total. Earthmovers Unlimited was started by Niebauer in the early 1960s and has been engaged in mine reclamation activities for the past 40 years. The number of employees varies from season to season, but is generally between 50 and 100. The company has completed hundreds of these types of jobs for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, the U.S. Department of the Interior, the Office of Surface Mining and others. Jobs have ranged in scope from $100,000 to as high as $8 million, according to Niebauer. “Earthmovers has also completed many commercial and industrial demolition projects,” Niebauer said. “These include the demolition of the Kelly Springfield Plant located in Cumberland, Md., the six-story Hendler Hotel in Johnstown, Pa., as well as thousands of smaller commercial and residential buildings.”

According to Niebauer, Earthmovers owns all of its own equipment and basically rents nothing. The company has a fleet of nine Komatsu 475A-3 and A-5 bulldozers, three Komatsu 575 super Dozers, and a full complement of smaller bulldozers. It has a complete complement of haul trucks ranging from 30 to 100-ton (27 to 90.7 t), as well as excavators and a 13.5 cu.-yd. (10.3 cu m) Hitachi shovel. Currently, the company operates approximately 50 tri-axle and tractor trailer units of various sizes and shapes, including a 13-axle heavy duty 65-ton (59 t) lowboy. Niebauer noted that Earthmovers has many other ongoing projects throughout the state of Pennsylvania, one of which is a major reclamation site near Hazelton, Pa., on a 165-acre (66.7 ha) site. It involves the grading of approximately 1.35 million cu. yds. (1.03 million cu m), as well as various other rock and ditch excavations. All operations on this site as well as other sites in the state involve the self-performance of all operations, including seeding and mulching. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web The contract calls for the filling of two separate and distinct mine shafts that have been abandoned since mining practices changed, as is typical in Northeast site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG Pennsylvania mining practices of this era.


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PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from THE SHELLY COMPANY & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 9:00 AM • 700 HART ROAD, COLUMBUS, OHIO 43223 FULL INVENTORY OF EARTHMOVING, SITE DEVELOPMENT & PAVING EQUIPMENT, HEAVY TRUCK TRACTORS, DUMP TRUCKS, TRAILERS & FLEET VEHICLES PARTIAL LISTING: EARTHMOVING & CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT: 2004 Cat 980G II, Erops, A/C, 11’3” BOCE Bkt, 29.5R25, Hrs Read: 21,336, s/n AWH01430; 1998 Kawasaki 90Z IV-2, Cummins Dsl, Erops, A/C, 10’2” BOCE Bkt, 23.5R25, Hrs Read: 18,652, s/n 90C35538; 1994 Kawasaki 90Z III, Erops, A/C, 10’ BOCE Bkt, 23.5R25, Hrs Read: 9434, s/n 90C15137; 1987 Cat 950B, Erops, 9’ BOCE Bkt, 23.5-25, Hrs Read: 20,759, s/n 22Z02728; 1992 Case 1845, Hrs Read: 4480, s/n JAF0101844; CRUSHING & SCREENING PLANTS & EQUIPMENT: Extec T/A Portable Screener, Deutz Dsl, Vib Feed Hopper, Side & Rear Folding Discharge Conveyors, 385/65R22.5, Hrs Read: 6614, s/n 4062; LARGE GENSETS: 1993 Cat SR4, 500 KW, Hrs Read: 22,109, s/n 6PA02606; Cat SR4, 400 KW, Cat 3406B, Mtd In 20’ Container, s/n 9GF02823; PAVING EQUIPMENT & ROAD WIDENERS: 2002 Cat AP900B Pneumatic Paver, Extend-A-Mat, 10-20B Screed, Generator, Wash Down Kit, Hrs Read: 6914, s/n CATAP900CAGJ00146; 2001 Cat AP900B Paver, Hrs Read: 9019, s/n 98Z35362Z; 1994 Blaw Knox RW100, Road Widener, Hrs Read: 4572, s/n 10009-11; 1990 Blaw Knox RW100A, Road Widener, John Deere Dsl, 385/65R22.5, Hrs Read: 5873, s/n 10014-02; Etnyre Chip Spreader, Cummins, Truck Hitch, Hopper, 2 20” Feed Conveyors, 12’ Spreader, 385/65R22.5, s/n K5519; FORCE FEED LOADER: 1985 Athey 7-12D, John Deere Dsl, Flights w/30” Feed Conveyor, Articulating 30” Rear Conveyor w/Hyd Raise, Hrs Read: 1820, s/n 7-12D703-1530K3/85; MOTOR GRADERS: COMPACTORS & ROLLERS: 1999 Hypac C340C Tandem Smooth Drum Static Roller, Cummins, 49” Front Drum, 50” Rear Drum, Hrs Read: 4782, s/n 109C14603325; 1991 Hyster C350A Dbl Drum Roller, Hrs Read: 6300, s/n A091C4158N; 1990 Dynapac CS14 3 Wheel Smooth Drum Static Roller, 20” Front Drum, 40” Rear Drum, Hrs Read: 4812, s/n 676B112; 1997 Hamm HW90B/10 3 Wheel Smooth Drum Static Roller, Deutz Dsl, 43” Front Drum, 21” Rear Drum, Hrs Read: 4792, s/n 38039; Hamm HW90-10 3 Wheel Smooth Drum Static Roller, Deutz Dsl, 43” Front Drum, 21” Rear Drum, Hrs Read: 7636, s/n 2331782; 1990 Hamm GRW18 8 Wheel Roller, Deutz Dsl, Hrs Read: 8050, s/n 1432689; Hamm GRW18 Roller, Hrs Read: 3294, s/n 1429807; 1987 Hamm 1630T Roller, Hrs Read: 879, s/n R1429954; RIDGID FRAME & ARTICULATED END DUMPS: BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: Allied Hyd Hammer For Excavator; TRUCK TRACTORS: 2000 Int’l 9400, Miles Read: 307,700, Vin #2HSCNAET4YC088716; WATER & TANK TRUCKS: 1994 GMC Topkick S/A Water Truck, Cat 3116, 185 HP, 5+2, Spring Susp, Dbl Frame, Tool Box, Steel Tank, Honda Pump, Aux Fuel Tank w/Electric Pump, 11R22.5, Miles Read: 118,370, Vin #1GDM7H1J8RJ503605; 1992 GMC Topkick S/A Water Truck, Cat 3116, 185 HP, 6 Sp, Spring Susp, Tool Box, Steel Tank, Mitsubishi Pump, 11R22.5, Miles Read: 114,033, Vin #1GDM7H1J4NJ525062; 1992 GMC Topkick S/A Water Truck, Cat 3116, 185 HP, 6 Sp, Spring Susp, Steel Tank, PTO w/Pump, Miles Read: 118,443, Vin #1GDM7H1J9NJ525350; MULTI AXLE & S/A DUMPS: 1984 Int’l S2600 T/A Dump, Cummins 240 HP, 8LL, 20K F, 46K R, Spring Susp, Dbl Frame, 15’ Steel Body w/48” Sides, Miles Read: 25,913, Vin #1HTZVL6T1EHA56412; 1993 Ford F800 S/A Dump, Ford Dsl, 10 Sp, 10’ Steel Body w/24” Sides, Miles Read: 412,005, Vin #1FTXK84E0PVA35910; DISTRIBUTOR TRUCKS: 1990 Ford F800, S/A, Ford Dsl, 5+2, Etnyre BT-HL, 1910 Gal Tank, 12’ Folding Spray Bar, Hand Wand, 11R22.5, Miles Read: 87,005, Vin #1FDXK84A4LVA11936; 1990 Chevy Kodiak, S/A, Cat 3116, 185 Hp, 5+2, Etnyre BT-HL, 1910 Gal Tank, 10’ Spray Bar, Hand Wand, 11R22.5, Miles Read: 93,939, Vin #1GBM7H1JXLJ201846; FRONT DISCHARGE MIXER TRUCKS: 1998 Oshkosh SSE, Miles Read: 220,562, Vin #10TFAMC29WS063831; 1998 Oshkosh SSE, Vin #10TFAMC21SW064293; 1998 Oshkosh SSE, Miles Read: 158,518, Vin #10TFAMC21WS064294; REAR DISCHARGE MIXER TRUCKS: 1995 Ford L9000 T/A Mixer w/Boost A Load, Cummins L10, 280 HP, 7LL, 20K F, 46K R, Hendrickson Rubber Block Susp, 10.5 Yd Mixer, 125 Gal Water Tank, Miles Read: 247,555, Vin #1FDZU90L9SVA47877; 1995 Ford L9000, Miles Read: 246,950, Vin #1FDZU90L9SVA47877; 1995 Ford L9000, Miles Read: 281,230, Vin #1FDZU90L7SVA47876; 1994 Ford L9000, Miles Read: 247,806, Vin #1FDZU90L3RVA41809; 1994 Ford L9000, Miles Read: 203,412, Vin #1FDZU90L9RVA22214; 1994 Ford L9000, Miles Read: 298,255, Vin #1FDZU90LXRVA22061; 1993 Ford L9000 T/A Mixer w/Boost A Load, Cummins L10, 300 HP, 7LL, 20K F, 46K R, Hendrickson Rubber Block Susp, 11 Yd Mixer, 125 Gal Water Tank, Miles Read: 195,745, Vin #1FDZU90L3PVA29401; 1993 Ford L9000 T/A Mixer w/Boost A Load, Cummins L10, 300 HP, 7LL, 20K F, 46K R, Hendrickson Rubber Block Susp, 11 Yd Mixer, 125 Gal Water Tank, Miles Read: 137,657, Vin #1FDZU90L2PVA29759; 1993 Ford L9000 T/A Mixer w/Boost A Load, Cummins L10, 300 HP, 7LL, 20K F, 46K R, Hendrickson Rubber Block

Susp, 11 Yd Mixer, 125 Gal Water Tank, Miles Read: 210,155, Vin #1FDZU90L9PVA29760; 1993 Ford L9000 T/A Mixer w/Boost A Load, Cummins L10, 300 HP, 7LL, 20K F, 46K R, Hendrickson Rubber Block Susp, 11 Yd Mixer, 125 Gal Water Tank, Miles Read: 214,788, Vin #1FDZU90L5PVA05360; 1993 Ford L9000 T/A Mixer w/Boost A Load, Cummins L10, 300 HP, 7LL, 20K F, 46K R, Hendrickson Rubber Block Susp, 11 Yd Mixer, 125 Gal Water Tank, Miles Read: 210,101, Vin #1FDZU90L0PVA29758; 1993 Ford L9000 T/A Mixer w/Boost A Load, Cummins L10, 300 HP, 7LL, 20K F, 46K R, Hendrickson Rubber Block Susp, 11 Yd Mixer, 125 Gal Water Tank, Miles Read: 191,870, Vin #1FDZU90L0PVA30148; 1993 Ford L9000, Miles Read: 210,190, Vin #1FDZU90L8PVA03070; 1993 Ford L9000, Miles Read: 262,010, Vin #1FDZU90L9PVA30150; 1993 Ford L9000, Miles Read: 218,974, Vin #1FDZU90L9PVA29970; SWEEPER TRUCKS: 2003 Freightliner FL70, S/A, Cummins ISB, 205 HP, Auto, w/Schwarze M6000 (s/n 03M60000002) Sweeper, Deutz Dsl, Dual Controls, Gutter Brooms, 5’9” Rear Broom, Hyd Dumping Hopper, Hrs Read: 735, Miles Read: 60,678, Vin #1FVABTBV13HK38121; 2000 Mobil 3WS, Cummins 3.9L, Gutter Brooms, 5’ Mid Broom, Hyd Dumping Hopper, Hrs Read: 1900, Vin #1A9W23DFXYR059007; CRANE & BOOM TRUCKS: 1998 Ford F800 S/A Boom Truck, Ford Dsl, 6 Sp, 18’ Flatbed Body, 11R22.5, w/National 500C 30K Lb Crane, Miles Read: 24,850, Vin #1FDXF80E4WVA18029; UTILITY, FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: 1997 Dodge 2500 Utility, V8 Gas, Auto, 8’ Body w/6 Compartments, 235/85R16, Miles Read: 175,024, Vin #1B6KC26D6VJ511076; SERVICE, FUEL & LUBE TRUCKS: MECHANICS & WELDERS TRUCKS: 2000 Ford F450 Mechanics Truck, Dsl, 5 Sp, 11’ Body w/8 Compartments, PTO/Hyd Driven Air Compressor, Vise, 2 Hyd Stabilizers, 225/70R19.5, Miles Read: 160,302, Vin #1FDXF46F2YEC47109; 2004 GMC 5500, Miles Read: 180,803, Vin #1GDE5C1294F513884; 1998 GMC 3500HD, Miles Read: 107,726, Vin #1GDKC34FXWJ511536; TRAILERS: 1998 Eager Beaver 10HDB T/A 10 Ton Equipment Trailer, 8’x19’ Deck, 5’ Beaver Tail, Ramps, 8.75R16.5, Vin #112HAN302WL050613; 1997 Trail King Lowboy, Vin #1TKA04839VM038331; 1987 Trail King TK20-2400 T/A 12 Ton Equipment Trailer, 8’x19’ Deck, 5’ Beaver Tail, Ramps, 8.50R16.5, Vin #1TKC02425HM049146; 1969 Fruehauf Tri-Axle Tank Trailer, 5000 Gal, Insulated, Vin #0MK469805; Doolittle 82x18 14K Dual Cylinder Utility Dump; Doolittle 77x16 9800 Lb Utility; Doolittle 77x12 7000 Lb Utility; Doolittle 77x12 2990 Lb Utility; Doolittle 60x8 Rally Sport Utility; Doolittle 56x10 2990 Lb Utility; FLEET VEHICLES: 2007 Dodge 1500, V8 Gas, Auto, 245/70R17, Miles Read: 51,160, Vin #1D7HA16K87J585578; 2006 Dodge 1500, Auto, 245/70R17, Miles Read: 169,260, Vin #1D7HA16N66J205324; 2005 Pontiac Aztek, Miles Read: 70,981, Vin #3G7DA03E45S502997; 2004 Ford F150, Miles Read: 203,292, Vin #1FRTPX12584NA63753; 2003 Chevy Astro, Miles Read: 136,933, Vin #1GDCM19X3B106137; 2002 Ford F150, Miles Read: 90,036, Vin #1FTRF17212NB05073; 2002 Ford F150, Miles Read: 184,644, Vin #1FTRX18WX2NB40001; HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT: UTILITY & BROOM TRACTORS: 2003 Broce RC350, Cummins, Erops, A/C, 7’6” Blade, Water Tank, 8’ Broom, Hrs Read: 2565, s/n 403105; 2001 Broce RC350, Cummins, Erops, A/C, 7’6” Blade, Water Tank, 8’ Broom, Hrs Read: 3594, s/n 90040; 1999 Rosco RB48, Cummins, Erops, A/C, 7’6” Blade, 7’8” Broom, Hrs Read: 4902, s/n 36476; 1998 Rosco RB48, Cummins Dsl, Erops, A/C, 7’6” Blade, Water Tank, 8’ Broom, Hrs Read: 2631, s/n B35494; 1987 Ford 340B, Orops, Loader w/5’6” BOCE Bkt, 540 PTO, 3 Pt Hitch, Remote, Rear Tire Weights, Hrs Read: 4798; 1985 Case 480D, Orops, 480LL Loader w/6’8” Bkt, 6’ Scraper Box, Rear Tire Weights, Hrs Read: 2530, s/n 17000914; Massey Ferguson 240, Hrs Read: 3817, s/n F44073; FORKLIFTS: 1985 Cat VC60D, Cushion Tire, Orops, 48” Brick Forks, Side Shift, 2 Stage Mast, Hrs Read: 536, s/n 2MC477; GENSETS, COMPRESSORS, PUMPS & WELDERS: SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & TOOLS: AND MORE!

MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from TILCON NEW YORK INC. & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 9:30 AM • 625 MT. HOPE ROAD, WHARTON, NJ 07885 MAJOR INVENTORY OF MINING, EARTHMOVING & PAVING EQUIPMENT, HEAVY DUMPS, SERVICE TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS, TRAILERS & FLEET VEHICLES

MAJOR EQUIPMENT AUCTION for COMPANY WRENCH & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 9:00 AM • 4805 SCOOBY LANE, CARROLL (COLUMBUS AREA), OH 43112 INVENTORY OF NEW & USED DEMOLITION & SCRAP HANDLING RELATED HEAVY EQUIPMENT & ATTACHMENTS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS TERMS: Complete payment or a minimum requirement of 20% deposit day of sale in Cash, Certified Check or Guaranteed Funds. Balance due within 4 days. Ohio Lic #2002000176, Ohio Firm #2002000177 ONLINE BIDDING THROUGH EQUIPMENTFACTS.COM.

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

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Ritchie Bros. Holds Complete Dispersal Deere & Company’s Auction for Emory N. Stull Inc. in Md. Michael Mack Jr. Joins AEM Board

On-site bidders check out some hydraulic excavators sold for Emory N. Stull Inc. at Ritchie Bros. unreserved auction in Sykesville, Md., on Sept. 20.

More than 600 bidders participated online or in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers unreserved public auction in Sykesville, Md. on Sept. 20. More than 120 equipment items and trucks were featured in the auction as part of a oneowner complete dispersal for Emory N. Stull Inc., a contractor with 45 years experience in the land clearing business. Bidders came from more than 25 countries, including 45 U.S. states. More than 90 percent of equipment and trucks were sold to buyers from outside the state. More than 70 per-

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cent of the bidders at the auction participated online, accounting for approximately 37 percent of total sales. Equipment sold for Emory N. Stull Inc. included wheel loaders, hydraulic excavators, skidders, crawler loaders, environmental equipment, log trailers, chip trailers, utility trucks and truck tractors.

Michael J. Mack Jr., president Worldwide Construction & Forestry Division of Deere & Company, Moline, Ill., has been named to the board of directors of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). AEM directors help set the guidelines and operating policies of the association on behalf of its members in areas including public policy representation, technical and product safety support, equipment statistics and market information, trade shows, global business development services, education and training, workforce development and work site safety/ educational materials. Mack has held his current position since June 2009. He began his career at the John Deere Des Moines Works as a summer intern engineer and has held positions in Treasury while living in Europe. He has held assignments elsewhere in dealer systems, business development, engineering, purchasing, manufacturing and marketing. Prior to returning to the finance division as vice president and treasurer in 2004, Mack served as senior vice president, marketing and administration for the company’s Worldwide Commercial & Consumer Equipment Division. He was named senior vice president and chief financial officer of Deere & Company in January 2006. For more information, visit www.aem.org.

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JOB COMPLETION AUCTION Cat Construction Equipment, Forklifts, Dump Trucks, Pickups & Equipment Trailers

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 @ 9:30 AM

RENTAL RETURN AUCTION Late Model Cat, Komatsu Construction, Support Equipment, Mack Dump Trucks & Trailers

Neff Rentals RSC Rentals

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25 @ 10:00 AM KISSIMMEE (WINTER GARDEN), FL

MANASSAS, VIRGINIA

NOTE: This auction will be consisting of late model construction rental fleet equipment and support from several national rental fleets plus a large group of Mack triaxle dump trucks.

(PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS)

HILITES: 12 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: (6) 2008 Cat 966H, Komatsu WA450-3L, Komatsu WA320-5, Komatsu WA250, (2) Komatsu WA50-3, Volvo L70C, 12 CRAWLER TRACTORS: (4) 2011 JD 650JXLT, (2) 2011 JD 650JLT, JD 700J, 2004 JD 700HLGP, JD 650J, (2) 2005 JD 450CLC, (2) 2005 Volvo EC210BLC, Cat D4CXL, 2005 Case 850K, Case 850GLT, 5 MOTOR GRADERS: (2) 2008 Cat 140M, JD 670C, Fiat Allis 65B, Leeboy G440, 340 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2004 Kobelco SK330LC, Kobelco SK300LC, 2006-2005 Kobelco SK250LC, (2) 2005-(2) 2004 Kobelco SK210LC, 2006-(2) 2005-(3) 2004 Kobelco SK135SRLC, 2004 Kobelco 80CS, 2003 Cat 320CL, Cat 320CL, Cat 320N, Cat 320BL, (2) Cat EL240CLC, 2005-2004 JD 450CLC, JCB JS330LC, Hitachi EX270LC, (2) 2004 Bobcat 331E, 2005 IHI 35NX, (7) 2005 IHI 35N, (2) 2005-2004 Takeuchi TB135, (2) Komatsu PC78MR, 2004 Case CX160, LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: 2005 Kobelco SK250LC, ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: Grove RT63-S, 10 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) 2003 Volvo A40D, (2) Cat D400E, Cat D250E-II, (5) Terex TA30, MOTOR SCRAPERS: Cat 621F, PULL BEHIND SCRAPERS: Michigan 24yd. 8 wheeled, CRAWLER LOADER: Cat 973C, 19 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2008 Cat 430EIT (4x4), 2006 NH LB75B, (5) 2004 Case 580M (4x4), Case 580 Super L, (5) 2004 JD 310G (4x4), 2004 Komatsu WB150 (4x4), 2006 Komatsu WB140-2N (4x4), JD 710B, JCB 1400B, Ford 750B, Ford 445A, 6 ASPHALT PAVERS: Cat AP1055C, 2005 IR PF3200, Blaw Knox PF180H, 2006 Blaw Knox PF3172, 2007 Leeboy 8510, Leeboy 500, 13 ASPHALT ROLLERS: (2) Cat CB534C, IR DD110, IR ST75, 2006 IR DD70, (4) IR DD24, (3) IR DD12S, 2003 Sakai SW320, TRENCH ROLLERS: 2005 Multiquip P33HHMR, 3 PNEUMATIC ROLLERS: 2005 IR PT125R, 2001 Leeboy 420, Ferguson SP912, 5 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: IR SD100D, 2004 IR SD77FTF, 2005 IR SD70TF, 2004 IR SD70D, IR SD45, 6 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2004 Bobcat T300, (3) 2006-2005 Bobcat T190, 2005 ASV RCV, 6 SKID STEERS: (5) 2005 Bobcat S175, 2006 Bobcat S160, 2005 NH LS180B, 12 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (7) 2005 Terex TH636C, Lull 844C-42, (2) JCB 506C, (2) Gradall 534C-6, 6 FORKLIFTS: Cat GP35K, 2005 Hyster H155XL2, Hyster H80XM, Hyster H80XL, TCM 8,000lb., Doosan GC30E, 7 BOOM LIFTS: JLG 600S, Genie S65, (2) Genie S60, (2) Snorkel TBA42, JLG 400S, 5 SCISSOR LIFTS: (3) JLG 2032, (2) JLG 1932, 5 AIR COMPRESSORS: (3) 2005 IR P185WJD, 2005 Sullair 375. Smith 200CFM, 4 GENERATORS: Demo Cat 500kw, New Mustang 40kw Silent, (2) Magnum MM35, WELDER: 2005 Miller Big Blue 400D, 13 LIGHT PLANTS: (5) 2005 Amida AL4060D4MH, 2004 Genie TML4000, 2004 IR Lightsource, (6) Magnum MLT 3060, Specialty, General 6in., Excavac, CONVEYORS & STACKERS: Powerscreen M60 60ft. Conveyor, BORING EQUIPMENT: 2005 Ditch Witch JT520 Directional Boring Unit, WATER TANK: (2) Vermeer 300gal., 2 SWEEPERS: 2005 Terramite TSS38, Rosco, DISTRIBUTOR TRUCKS: Chevy, 3 BOOM TRUCKS: 2009 Int’l. 4700 17 1/2T (s/a), 1999 Int’l. 15T (s/a), 2000 GMC C7H042 15T (s/a), FIRE TRUCKS: 1969 Int’l. Water/ Foam Fire Truck (s/a), ROLLOFF TRUCKS: 1997 Int’l. 4700 (s/a), 16 DUMP TRUCKS: (15) 2004 Mack CV713 (tri.), 1992 Peterbilt 373 (t/a), 2 TRUCK TRACTORS: (2) 2004 Mack CV713 (tri.), 4 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2004 International, 1998 Int’l. 4700 (s/a), 2002 Ford F450XL (s/a), 1990 Ford F700 (s/a), SUV: 2005 Cadillac Escalade (4x4), 6 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) 2012 Witzco 50T (tri.), 2001-1999-1998 Fontaine RAM50-NGB 50 ton (tri.), 1998 Fontaine E654T1CNGB 2+2+2 East Coast 75Ton (9 axle), 2 TAGALONG TRAILERS: 1991 Hudson (t/a) , Econoline 316D (t/a), 4 CAMPERS: (2) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (2) Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., 11 WELDER TRAILERS: (11) Tristate Industries (s/a), OFFICE TRAILER: 30ft. (t/a), ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, 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, New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Hydr. Hammer, Excavators: New 3500-5600 thumbs, Bucket, Hammers: NPK H10, Atlas Copco AC1550, Cay H90CS, (2) Cat H780S, Tractors: 6FT. & 5FT. Dsic Plow, Sweeper w/ front mount, 6ft. Drag, Woods Iron Side Box Blade, SURVEY EQUIPMENT: New CST/ Berger CLVP26D, New Northwest NEXPK99, Topcon RT55A, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Allen Power Trowel, (2) New Easy Kleen Magnum Plus Pressure Washers, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New 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, New Smartquip Plate Compactor, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, New Diamond Blades, Ratchet Straps, Demo Saws, New Abrasive Blades, Hammer Drill, Air Hose, 250B Electric Welder, Mustang Submersible Pump, 2700psi pressure washer, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Air Spray Gun Kit, Water Pump, Mustang Rammer, Jack Hammer Air Hose, Bottle Jacks, Socket Sets, Air Hose reels, Booster Packs, Trailer Jacks, Chainsaws, Shovels, Rakes, Bench Grinders, Straps, Porta Powers, Drill Press, Outfitter Grill, Fuel Pump, Pressure Washer, Jack Stands, Wagons, Tricycles, Generators, Hoists, Welding Gloves, Tractor Seats, MBW Plate Compactors, Multiquip Plate Compactors.

NOTE: Selling will be well-maintained equipment from several large, recently completed jobs in Northern Virginia. HILITES: 5 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 345BL, Kobelco SK480LC, Hitachi EX450LC-5, Hitachi EX200LC-5, Komatsu PC150-6, 2 RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: 2004 Gradall XL4100, Cat 318, 2 MOTOR GRADERS: JD 770CH, Champion C80A, 3 MOTOR SCRAPERS: Cat 621F, Cat 621F, Cat 621F, 6 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D8R (ripper), Cat D5G, Cat D3C, 2004 JD 850C-II, 2004 JD 750C-II, JD 650H, 6 CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 963C, Cat 963B, Cat 963B, Cat 963B, Cat 963B, Cat 963B, 6 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 950G-II, Cat 950F, Cat 950F, Cat 938F, Cat 928G, 2009 Cat 904B, 10 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: JD 710C, JD 510D (4x4), JD 510D (4x4), (2) Cat 436C (4x4), 2007 Cat 420EIT, (3) Cat 416D (4x4), Case 580 Super M (4x4), 3 HYDRAULIC DRILLS: Gardner Denver GD300, Gardener Denver GD300, Gardener Denver GD300, 2 COMPACTORS: Cat 825G, Dynapac CT262, 2 ASPHALT PAVERS: (2) 2003 Leeboy 8000, ASPHALT ROLLERS: IR DD110, 3 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (2) 2007 Cat 277B, 2006 ASV RC100, 4 SKID STEERS: 2004-(2) 2003 JD 250, JD 250, WOOD CHIPPERS: 2004 Bandit 200, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2005 Terex TH636C, 8 BOOM LIFTS: (2) Snorkel PRO126, (2) Snorkel TB80, (4) Snorkel TB60, SCISSOR LIFTS: 2005 Genie GS2632, 2 GENERATORS: 2005 Atlas Copco QAS78, New Mustang 40kw Silent Diesel, 2 WELDERS: (2) Miller Bobcat 225G, 2 BROOM TRACTORS: Case 595, Massey Ferguson 283, 6 DUMP TRUCKS: (4) 2000 Mack (quad axle), 1999 Mack RD688 (t/a), 2005 Ford F550 (4x4), 4 FUEL & LUBE TRUCKS: 1997 Mack RD688S (t/a), 2001 Mack RD688S (fuel), 1997 Chevy Steam, 1995 Ford F8000 (s/a), HYDROSEEDERS: 1999 Mack RD688S (tri.), ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 1999 International 4700 (s/a), 7 FLATBED & STAKE TRUCKS: 2001 IH 4700, (2) 1998 Chevy C7500, 1998 Ford F800, 1998 Ford F800, 1990 C70, 5 UTILITY TRUCKS: (2) 2000 Ford F550, (2) 2000 Ford F450 (Super Duty), 2000 Ford F250, 3 SUVS: 2002-2000 GMC Yukon (4x4), 2007 GMC Envy Denali (4x4), 4 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) 2012 Witzco RG50 50 ton (t/a), Nelson (tri.), 4 CAMPERS: (2) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (2)Unused RVision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: 2000 lb. ATV Winch, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, New Mustang 40kw Silent Diesel Generator, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New MSI Cutoff Saw. Demo Saw, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Water Hose., 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, Bottle Jacks, Socket Sets, Air Hose reels, Booster Packs, Trailer Jacks, Chainsaws, Shovels, Rakes, Bench Grinders, Straps, Porta Powers, Drill Press, Outfitter Grill, Fuel Pump, Pressure Washer, Jack Stands, Wagons, Tricycles, Generators, Hoists, Welding Gloves, Tractor Seats, MBW Plate Compactors, Multiquip Plate Compactors. VIRGINIA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: Larry Garner #2907 002879 SITE PHONE: (863) 660-3613

online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com DIRECTIONS: From Washington, DC and Points North: I-395 S to I-495 N; follow I-495 N to I-66 W: follow I-66 W to Virginia Rt. 234 S (Bypass), exit 44; follow Virginia Rt. 234 S (Bypass) to the fifth traffic light (Business 234), turn left; go 1 mile to the Fair Grounds entrance on the left. From Richmond, VA and Points South and East: Take I-95 north to Virginia Rt. 234 north, (Dumfries Road) exit 152; follow Virginia Rt. 234 14 miles to Business Rt. 234, turn right; 1 mile to the Fair Grounds entrance on the left. Address: Off Business Rt. 234, Manassas, VA 20108. Physical Address: 10624 Dumfries Road, Manassas, VA 20112.

ALEX LYON & SON

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

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

ALEX LYON & SON

Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315/633-2944 Fax: 315/633-8010 www.lyonauction.com

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SOUTHERN PA CONTRACTORS AUCTION Friday, Oct 28th, at 8:30 AM YORK SPRINGS, PA – Off Rt 15 DIRECTIONS: From Harrisburg PA: Rt 15 S – Approx 25 miles, Turn Right onto “Old Rt 15”. Sale site on Right. From Frederick MD: Rt 15 N – Approx 50 mi, To York Springs exit. Follow York Springs exit to your right. Turn Right onto State Rd. Sale site is approx 1.5 mi on left. ** Depending on weather conditions – may have alternative parking – Look for signs

PRELIMINARY LISTING ONLY – NEW ITEMS ADDED DAILY CRAWLER LOADERS: CAT 953C II, Erops, a/c, heat, 1500 hrs, S/N BBX2200; CAT 953B, cab, heat, new uc; CAT 963LGP, Erops, heat, gp bkt, S/N 21Z00795; CAT 939C, Orops, hystat, 4+1 bkt, S/N 60501499. CRAWLER TRACTORS: CAT D5C III, Erops, heat, pwr shift, new uc, S/N 9DL01319; JD 650J, Erops, heat, a/c, 6-w bld, finger tip cntrls, S/N T0650JX111348; JD 650H LGP, Erops, heat, a/c, S/N 924556; ’00 JD 650H LT, Orops, 6-w bld, S/N 886011. HYD EXCAVATORS: ’07 CAT 324 DL, cah, Cat coupler, 42” bkt, 32” pads, 9’6” stick, pattern chg. 3rd & 4th valves, S/N CAT0324DTJJG00609; CAT 314C LCR, cah, leveling bld, aux hyd coupler, S/N PCA00786; CASE CX160, cah, plumbed; VOLVO EC 140B LC, cah, aux hyd, leveling bld, S/N EC140BLCV10994; MINI: VOLVO EC 45, cah, rubber trks, leveling bld, hyd thumb, S/N 28415269; JD 60D, cah, radio, plumbed for hammer, leveling bld, 16500 lbs, 154 hrs, S/N FF060DX28018; ’08 JD 50 DZTS, Orops, 24” bkt, leveling bld, S/N FF050DX245749; KOMATSU PC88, 26 hrs; KOBELCO SES445 cab, leveling bld, S/N YR00218. LOADER BACKHOES: CAT 420E, cah, 3rd valve, 4x4, 4+1 bkt, flip frks, ehoe, 600 hrs, S/N HLS01412; CASE 580 Super M Turbo, Erops, R/C pilot cntrls, ehoe, gp bkt, S/N N6C412777; CASE 580 SM Turbo, Erops, 4x4, e-hoe, gp bkt, ride cntrls, S/N JJG0278682; CASE 590 Turbo, Erops, heat, e-hoe, gp bkt. PS, S/N JJG0286865; JD 310G, cab, 4x4, e-hoe; JCB 214 3CX, cab, 4x4, e-hoe, rear clam bkt, ride cntrl; JCB 212S, Erops, 4x4x4, coupler, gp bkt, S/N 76192Y; ’04 NH LB75B, cah, 4x4, e-hoe, gp bkt, ride cntrl, S/N 031049763.

RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: CAT 950G, Erops, ride cntrl, a/c, coupler, gp bkt, 23.5 x 25 radials; CAT 950 F, cab, heat, gp bkt; KOMATSU WA 320-5L, Erops, heat, a/c, ride cntrl, frks, bkt; VOLVO L70C, Erops, a/c, coupler, gp bkt; ’97 VOLVO L90C, Erops, a/c, coupler, gp bkt, 20.5x25 rubber; JD 544H, Erops, heat, a/c, aux hyd, gp bkt, 20.5x25 rubber. COMPACTION: IR Pro Pal Series 100, Rops, S/N 146502. SKIDLOADERS: ’10 JD 329D, cah, 84” bkt, High Flow hyd, 700 hrs, warranty, S/N 179416; JD CT332, cah, hyd coupler, 84” gp bkt, S/N B154674; CAT 268B XPS, cah, aux hyd, XPS High Flow, 72” gp bkt, pilot cntrls, 1K hrs, S/N LBA00459; CAT 262B, cah, 72” bkt, 50 hrs, S/N CAT02263; CAT 257B, Orops, 4+1 bkt, S/N CMM01404; BOBCAT S300 Turbo, cah, 72” gp bkt, rear stabilizers, aux hyd, S/N 5281590; NH C185, cah, 72” bkt, 2spd, S/N N6M437012; JCB 190 GL robot, rubber trks, Orops; CASE 1835B, dsl, 66” gp bkt, aux hyd, S/N 9866057.

TERMS OF SALE: Complete Payment on Sale Day with CASH or CASHIERS CHECK. Company or Personal check accepted only if accompanied by a "Current Bank Letter of Guaranteed Payment". Visa & MasterCard accepted - a 5% administrative fee charged on all noncash/non-check purchases. *BUYERS PREMIUM of 10% will be charged to buyer, on each lot $2,000.00 and under. PRESALE INSPECTION: Thurs, Oct 27th from 10:00 to 5:00. UPDATED LISTS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE

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FORKLIFTS: JCB 940, 2wd, Erops, 21’ mast, side shift, 8K lbs, S/N 662985. FARM TRACTORS & AG EQUIP: NHTC40 DA, 16 LA ldr, 4x4, hydstat, 500 hrs; JD 2520 hydstat, JD 200 CX ldr, 4x4, 406 hrs ATTACH-FRONTIER GM1060R finishing mwr; FRONTIER RB2060 3pt bld; FRONTIER LR1060L 3pt stone rake: FRONTIER 3pt 60” box scraper; JD 3pt 40 gal sprayer. DUMP TRUCKS: ’89 FORD L8000, S/A, Cummins dsl, auto, ab, frt plow lift, rear hitch, tail gate spreader, central hyd, S/N 27702. UTILITY TRUCKS: ’05 IHC 4300, DT466E, 6spd, ab, air ride drivers seat,

Public Auction Construction and Utility Equipment

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

Omaha std body, Lift more crane, Miller Welder w/leads, 5500 watts, gen sys, acetylene reel, gas eng air comp, 3 product lube & recovery sys.

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

301-898-0340 800-443-9580 9801 Hansonville Rd • Frederick, MD 21702 PA # AY-000206-L

ASSE Releases Updated Standard for Explosives, Blasting Agents 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, smallarms 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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COMPLETE LIQUIDATION RECYCLING & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT Norton Environmental

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 @ 9:30 AM CLEVELAND, OHIO AREA NOTE: 2 LOCATIONS! Broadview Heights, OH and Navarre, OH NOTE: Having sold our current operation, we will not need the following equipment and will sell it all at public auction. EARLY HILITES: 6 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D8L, (2) Cat D8N, (2) Cat D6HLGP-II, Cat D6H, 7 LANDFILL COMPACTORS: (7) Cat 826C, 4 SOIL COMPACTORS: (2) Cat 825B, (2) Raygo Gator, 5 STRAIGHT FRAME HAUL TRUCKS: (5) Int’l. 350B Pay Haulers, HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 330BL, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: Gradall G3WD, 4 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: (2) Cat 988B, Cat 970F, Cat 938G, 3 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (2) Terex TS24B, Terex TS14, 2 WATER WAGONS: (2) 1986 Cat 613C, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Cat 416C (4x4), Ford 755, ASPHALT ROLLERS: Dynapac CC21-A, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CP563, Cat CS553, 2 SKID STEERS: 2005 Bobcat 453, Gehl SL6625, 2 FORKLIFTS: Toyota 426FGCU15, Towmotor T50B, 2 INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFTS: Taylor T300M, Taylor TB250M, 5 WELDERS: Miller DeltaWeld 650, Miller DialArc HS-P, Miller Regency Lincoln Wire Matic 255, Lincoln SA-200F-163, 2 WATER PUMPS: CH&E 290 6in., Gorman Rupp 1402-F3L 4in., SHREDDERS: Komptech Farwick Terminator, HORIZONTAL GRINDER: Terex Gruendler, TUB GRINDER: Duratech HD10 10ft., STRAW BLOWERS: EZ Lawn Straw Blower, TROMMEL SCREENING PARTS: 6 1/2ft. x 18ft. Barrel, SANDBLASTER: Econoline 48-24ft. 48in. Sandblast Unit, 2 SWEEPERS: Elgin Premier, Cargo 7000, HOOK LIFT TRUCK: 1996 Ford F800 (s/a), 2 WATER TRUCKS: 1999 Peterbilt 330 (s/a), Int’l. 1700 (s/a), DUMP TRUCKS: 1994 Int’l. 9400 (tri.), TRUCK TRACTORS: 1999 Mack CH613 (t/a), 3 FUEL/ LUBE TRUCKS: 2002 Int’l. 4300 (s/a), 1999 Chevy 3500 (s/a), 1990 Ford LN7000 (s/a), 2 SERVICE TRUCKS: 1996 Ford F800, 1978 Chevy C60, PICKUPS: 1983 GMC 3500, AUTOMOBILES: Chevy Caprice Classic Brougham, 3 HOOK & GO FRAMES: 20ft. main frame, 14ft. x 96in. body, 12ft. body, RECREATIONAL/ UTILITY VEHICLES: Kawasaki 360 Prairie, 3 TAGALONGS: Cleveland 10ton (tri.), 1998 MGC HM256ED 16ft. (t/a), Custom Built 5ft. x 33ft. (t/a), UTILITY TRAILERS: 74in. x 112in., WATER TRAILERS: Custom Hay Wagon w/ 2 1550 gal. tanks, ROLLOFF BODY: 96in. x 23ft., 2 ROLLOFF CONTAINERS: (2) 8ft. x 12ft., 4 ENGINES: (2) Mack 8cyl. In Line Diesels , (2) Detroit diesel for Terex Motor Scrapers, Detroit diesel for Int’l. 350B, ATTACHMENTS: Trucks: MB 84in., Tractors: Vermeer Round Bale Chopper, (2) 12ft. Adjustable Sections, (2) 10ft. Adjustable Sections, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Belt Sanders, Pipe Fusion Machine, Tub Seeder, Mitre Band Saw, Drill Press, Sweeper Brush Assembly, Sandblast Unit, Pallets of New Sweeper Gutter Brooms, Parts Washer, Torch Sets, Battery Chargers, Tool Carts, Transit w/ Tripod, Band Saw, Cat Manuals, Easy Kleen Magnum Gold Pressure Washers, Various: Drive Shaft Parts- Extension Cords- Straps – Slings - Hydr. Cylinders – Exhaust Manifold Parts – Air Dryer Parts- Air Hose, Mack Parts: Turbos, Misc. Parts: Pipes & Fittings, PVC Couplers, Plastic Mesh Fencing, OHIO LICENSE #: 63199360809, OHIO AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 62199360989

online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com DIRECTIONS: To Broadview Heights Site: Take I-77 N to exit 149 Brecksville / Broadview Hts, turn left onto State Route OH-82 W / E Royalton Rd. Follow for about a mile, and Postal Dr is on the right. To Navarre Site: If coming from Canton / Massillon Head south on highway 62 until you reach the town of Wilmot, you will turn right at the intersection onto US-250. Continue for approx. 7 and a half miles, turn right on W Lebanon Rd, follow for a little over a mile to reach the Landfill. SITE ADDRESSES: Broadview Heights: Norton Environmental - 9191 Postal Dr. Broadview Heights, OH 44147. Navarre, OH: Mount Eaton Landfill - 8544 W Lebanon Rd SW Navarre, OH 44662.

LARGE CONSTRUCTION, AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT, ATTACHMENTS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENTT

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28 @ 9:30 AM LAPEER (NORTH BRANCH), MICHIGAN NOTE: Selling will be late model Construction Equipment, Agricultural Tractors, Implements, Trucks & Trailers. HILITES: 9 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 312, Cat 304CR, 2003 Case CX130, Kobelco SK115DS (long reach), Komatsu PC-60, 2005 JD 50D, 2003 Bobcat 435ZHS, Bobcat 328, 2006 Gehl 303, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: Cat 214, ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCK: Moxy MT30, 2 MOTOR GRADERS: Cat 12E, Fiat Allis FG65, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: JD 624E, JCB 406, 3 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D4, JD 550JLGP, JD 350, 6 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: JD 310E (4x4), (2) JD 310C (4x4), Case 580 Super L (4x4), 2000 JCB 214-III (4x4), Ford 555C, 2 ASPHALT PAVERS: ProPaver by Gilchrist, Mauldin, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) IR SD70D, 8 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2003 Cat 277, Cat 277, 2003 Bobcat T300, 2003 Bobcat T200, Bobcat T200, 2007 Gehl 4640, 2004 Takeuchi TL130, ASV RC50, 11 SKID STEERS: (2) 2009 Cat 232B-2, 2008 Bobcat S250, Bobcat 863, Bobcat 763, JD 6675, Case 1845C, NH 775, Ford CL20, Gehl 66357, 3 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: IR 8,000lb., JCB 506C, JCB 505-22-5, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: JD 482C, PIGGYBACK FORKLIFTS: Princeton, AIR COMPRESSOR: IR 300CFM, 3 GENERATORS: New Unused Sparks 6800watt, Airman 25 25000kw, Power Unit 30,000kw, 7 LOADER LANDSCAPE & UTILITY TRACTORS: JD 7405 (4X4), 2007 JD 5525 (4X4), JD 5210, NH TS-100A, Ford 3930, Kubota B8200 (4x4) Turbo, Kioti LB1914 (4x4), 6 UTILITY TRACTORS: 2006 JD 6320, JD 2750, JD 870 (4X4), Ford 4610, Ford 1920, Massey Ferguson 1030, STRAW BLOWER: Finn (trailer mounted), FORESTRY EQUIPMENT: Kershaw Clipper 55-3 Tree Saw, 3 WOOD CHIPPERS: Vermeer 1230, Vermeer BC-935, Brush Bandit, 3 TREE SPADES: (2) Vermeer TS-44, Care Tree 636 36in. Tree Spade, 2 BOOM TRUCKS: (2) Ford 16 ton (s/a), SWEEPERS: Sweepster/Bros 8ft. Self Propelled, DUMP TRUCKS: Volvo (t/a), DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: General 35ton, EQUIPMENT TRAILER: 1998 TrailEze, GOOSENECK TRAILER: Phelam 25 ton, 4 TAGALONG TRAILERS: Assembled 25 ton, 1999 Eager Beaver 12 ton, 1999 Interstate 10 ton, Assembled (s/a), 3 GRAVEL TRAINS: MAC (3) axle lead - (5) axle pup, MAC (3) axle lead - (5) axle pup, Fruehauf Gravel Lead & Gravel Pup, DUMP TRAILERS: Fruehauf (tri.), VAN TRAILER: Summit (t/a), GRAVEL TRAIN: ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Cat Hydr. Concrete Breaker, Lowe Auger, Concrete Breaker, 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, Loaders: (13) New Pro-Tech Snow Pushers, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (4) Sumner Material Jacks, Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Demo Saws, Ratchet Straps, Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Gun Kits, Pintle Hitches, Air Hose, Water Hose, Electric Welder, Hammer Drill, Sandblaster, Smartquip Plate Compactor, Easy Kleen Pressure Washers. SALE SITE PHONE: (248) 388-0918

online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com DIRECTIONS: From Bishop Airport: W Bristol Rd./ M-121 .6 miles, take I-75 N/ US-23 N ramp oward Saginaw .6 miles, merge onto I-69 toward Flint/ Port Huron 21.9 miles, take M-24 exit 155 toward Lapeer/ Pontiac .4 miles. Left on M-24/ S Lapeer Rd. – follow M-24 12 miles. Address: 5630 North Lapeer Rd. (M-24), North Branch, MI 48461

ALEX LYON & SON

ALEX LYON & SON

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Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315/633-2944 Fax: 315/633-8010 www.lyonauction.com

Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315/633-2944 Fax: 315/633-8010 www.lyonauction.com


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Cat Auction Services Holds First-Ever Northeast Auction

Prior to a Cat Auction Services sale, equipment is available to inspect on site. Onsite attendees and bidders view each auctioned item on a giant leaderboard.

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at Auction Services held its first auction in the northeast Sept. 20 in York, Pa.

Bill Yurkovic (L), corporate used equipment manager, and Steve Culbertson, used sales remarketing, both of Cleveland Brothers, track the action.

Cleveland Brothers of Harrisburg, Pa., partnered with Cat Auction Services for the sale, which featured more than 100 pieces of construction equipment ranging from backhoe loaders to large and medium-sized excavators, wheel loaders, off-highway trucks and more. Bidders were able to view the entire equipment list and detailed TA1 inspection reports online. Real-time online bidding was available on the day of the auction through the company’s Web site. Cat Auction Services was formed in 2008 through a partnership of Cat dealers. With the endorsement of Caterpillar in 2011, Cleveland Brothers became the first Caterpillar dealer in the northeast to join Cat Auction Services. Cat Auction Services offers the following advantages to buyers and sellers over traditional auction services: • Equipment pre-inspected to Cat Used standards, Cat Auction Services personnel take bids on site as well as from the Internet. The leaderboard indicates if the • Range of warranty protection available on qualified lot was sold online or on site. Caterpillar equipment, At every Cat Auction Services sale a tent with seating is • Parts discounts on all Caterpillar equipment, provided for onsite bidders. • Cat dealer parts and service support after the sale, • Onsite financing to pre-qualified customers through Cat Financial Services, and • Opportunities to use Like-Kind Exchange for tax efficiency. For more information, call 855/228-2286, or visit www.catauctions.com.

Cat Auction Services recent auction in York, Pa., drew a lot of bidders from all over the northeast, (L-R) including Mike Sherman, Milton CAT, Milford, Mass.; Joe Villa, Ransome CAT, Bensalem, Pa.; and Rich Califano and Art Vida of Foley Inc., Piscataway, N.J.

Attending the first Cat Auction Services auction in the northeast are Sean Higgins (L), territory manager of Caterpillar Financial Services Corp., and Dave Perry, vice president of machine sales, Milton CAT.

Inspection reports are performed by a Caterpillar certified technician before each auction.


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CONSTRUCTION, SUPPORT, ATTACHMENTS, AERIALS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29 @ 9:30 AM CANASTOTA (SYRACUSE), NEW YORK NOTE: Selling in this sale will be late and great construction equipment, aerials, forklifts, trucks, trailers, attachments & support equipment. HILITES: HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR: JD 80C, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: JD 624H, 2008 JD 344J, CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 JD 650J, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2003 JD Super G, (2) 2003 Case 580 Super M (4x4), SKID STEERS: JD 250-II, SCREENING PLANTS: 2006 Nordberg/ Metso ST171, 6 SCISSOR LIFTS: Genie GR2632, 2005 Genie GS1930, (2) Skyjack 4832, 2004 Skyjack 7127, Skyjack 3226, 8 BOOM LIFTS: Snorkel PRO126, Snorkel TB125, Snorkel PRO66,2004 JLG E400AJPN, JLG E400AJPN, (3) Genie Z45/25, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: Lull 644B-37, 2 FORKLIFTS: 2003 Heli FG50-H, 4 CAMPERS: (2) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (2)Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Sweepster Broom, New 66in. -78in., Buckets, Snow & Mulch Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears & Grapple Buckets, New Excalibur Thumbs, Pallet Forks, Loaders: (11) New Pro-Tech Snow Pushers, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Easy Kleen Magnum Gold Pressure Washers, Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Demo Saws, Ratchet Straps, Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Gun Kits, Pintle Hitches, Air Hose, Water Hose, Electric Welder, Hammer Drill, Sandblaster, Smartquip Plate Compactor, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Pallets of Tumbled Blue Stone, Pallet of Field Stone, Pallet of Snapped Colonial Stone, Pallet of Full Color Thermal. SALE SITE PHONE: (315) 697-3239 online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com

COMPLETE LIQUIDATION South Alabama Contracting WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 @ 9:30 AM JACKSON, ALABAMA HILITES INCLUDE: 7 DUMP TRUCKS: (2) 2008 – (2) 2007 Mack CV713 (tri.), 1985 GMC 9500, 2001 Ford F750, 1995 Ford F350, 5 TRUCK TRACTORS: (2) 2008 Mack CHN613, 1999 Mack CH613, 2000-1998 Kenworth W900, 2 WATER TRUCKS: 1985 Mack R600, 1985 Ford F800, DISTRIBUTOR TRUCK: 1985 Ford F800, SERVICE TRUCK: 1989 Ford F450, FUEL TRUCKS: Chevy C-60, MOTOR GRADERS: Cat 120G, 7 ASPHALT PAVERS & ROLLERS: 2006 Blaw Knox PF3200, Barber Green BG220, 2004 Leeboy 8500LD Crawler, Cedar Rapids CR451, Blaw Knox TW100 Road Widener, 2004 Sealmaster TR55 Sealing Machine, Etnyre Chip Spreader, 10 ASPHALT ROLLERS: (2) IR DD130, IR DD90, 2004 Dynapac (steel), 2004 Dynapac CP132, Hyster C350B, Hyster 340, Sheepsfoot, Pull Behind Roller, Roadtec RX45B Cold Planer, 3 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2007 Komatsu WA450, 2010 Komatsu WA430-6, 2006 Komatsu WA320-5C, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2004-2002 Komatsu WB140, 2 HYDRAULIC EXACAVATORS: 2004 Komatsu PC220LC-7, Cat 325BL, 3 BROOMS: 2008-2006 Broce RJ350, Broce RJ300, 2 UTILITY TRACTORS: 2006 New Holland TN60A, Ford 4630, 2 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2011 Komatsu D39PX (50 hrs.), 2006 IH TD9H, CRAWLER DUMPS: Morooka MST2000, SKID STEERS: 2004 Komatsu SK1020-5, 3 SCREENING PLANTS: 2004 Powerscreen Chieftain 1400 Tracks, 2004 Powerscreen Chieftain 1400, Griffin Screening Plants, GENERATORS: Cat 545kw (totally rebuilt), CRUSHERS: Impact Crusher (with conveyors), ASPHALT PLANT: Warren Brothers, SCALES: Fairbanks (digital), PAINT MACHINE: Econoline 8000, 2 CAMPERS: Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Signs, Cones, Drums, Cold Planers, (2) Bushhogs, Arrowboards, Straw blower, Tools, Spare Parts, Pressure Washers, Asphalt Saws, (6) Disc, Seeders, Blowers, Cultipackers, Skid Steer Attachment, 4 STORAGE TRAILERS: (4) 40ft. (t/a), 4 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2000 50ton, 2006 Gooseneck 25ft. Dovetail, Pitts, Lowboy, 10 TAGALONGS. ALABAMA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #1394, Jack Lyon, Auctioneer: Mark White AL#1808 online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com

DIRECTIONS: 20 miles East of Syracuse. Use Exit 34 (Canastota) off New York State Thruway (I-90), turn right. Sale site is 1/4 mile on left. Address: 601 North Peterboro St., Canastota, NY 13032. (Route 13)

NOTE: South Alabama Contracting, a highly successful paving and general contracting business for many years has decided to sell their fine equipment and trucks at public auction.

ALEX LYON & SON

ALEX LYON & SON

Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315/633-2944 Fax: 315/633-8010 www.lyonauction.com

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Waste Management Debuts Dumpster in a Bag; Can Hold Up to 3,300 Lbs. Bagster — a dumpster in a bag — is a woven bag designed for disposing as much as 3,300 lbs. of debris. It is large enough to hold full sheets of plywood, doors and even a bathtub, according to Waste Management. The bag, which is sold in home improvement stores, holds 3 cu. yds. (2.3 cu m) of debris and is 8 ft. long by 4 ft. wide by 2.6 ft. tall (2.4 by 1.2 by .8 m). The Bagster bag is useful for remodeling projects, home and garage cleanups, community clean-up projects and moving preparation, according to Waste Management. For more information, call The bag, which is sold in home improvement stores, holds 3 cu. yds. (2.3 cu m) of 877/789-2247 or visit debris and is 8 ft. long by 4 ft. wide by 2.6 ft. tall (2.4 by 1.2 by .8 m). www.thebagster.com.

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6 percent); and New York City (minus 3,400 jobs, minus 3 percent). Redding, Calif. (minus 19 percent, minus 600 jobs) lost the highest percentage. Other areas experiencing large percentage declines in construction employment included Wilmington, N.C. (minus 17 percent, minus 1,600 jobs); Montgomery, Ala. (minus 16 percent, minus 1,100 jobs) and Panama City-Lynn HavenPanama City Beach, Fla. (minus 16 percent, minus 800 jobs). Association officials said the two most important steps Washington officials could take to boost construction employment are passing long-term infrastructure bills and reconsidering many of the costly regulatory obstacles that have been put in place. They noted that even as highway and transit legislation has languished, state and local officials are being forced to spend billions of limited transportation funds on butterfly bridges and bat-safe highway lighting. “It’s like we are trying to rebuild our economy with two hands tied behind our back,” said the association’s chief executive officer Stephen E. Sandherr. “We’re penny pinching on infrastructure even as we allow entitlement spending to spiral out of control, while we are doing a lot of things to inflate the cost and delay the completion of infrastructure projects.”


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Alex Lyon & Son Holds Rental Return Lean Construction Auction at Atlantic City Race Track Program to Include

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Jack Lyon catches bids during his company’s Atlantic City auction.

Ralph Clayton (L) of Egg Harbor Township, N.J., meets up with Stu Harris of Alex Lyon & Son at the sale.

Alex Lyon & Son held an auction Sept. 24 in Atlantic City, N.J.

Mike Zyndorf of Mike Zyndorf LLC, Mays Landing, N.J., regularly attends Alex Lyon & Son auctions in the area.

Latest Research The first-ever lean construction education program will include the latest research and content due to an agreement between the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and the Lean Construction Institute (LCI). Both groups will now be able to work together to create additional resources for contractors about lean construction because of the new agreement, officials noted. “This agreement will connect our nationwide network of contractors with the Institute’s unique expertise with and knowledge of lean construction,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America. “We will be able to offer more content to more contractors in more places working together than either organization ever could on its own.” As part of the agreement, AGC will be able to incorporate the extensive research, analysis and source materials compiled by LCI into the new AGC Lean Construction Education Program. The program, which is scheduled to be launched this winter, will ultimately include 16 separate courses and three levels of credentials, to be delivered in a combination of self-paced online, classroom and webinar settings. “As an organization that stresses collaboration and transparency, we’re pleased to partner with AGC in delivering a collaborative curriculum to contractors and trades,” commented Dick Bayer, LCI’s interim executive director. “We believe this provides an important first step for working with other leaders in our industry to drive lean construction and design principles into project delivery.” In addition to providing content for the new curriculum, LCI also will have an active role in AGC’s Lean Construction Forum, which brings together those with an interest in lean construction and creates learning opportunities, by providing staff and resources. The agreement also establishes a framework to allow the two organizations to work together to develop new educational materials, host workshops and provide other resources designed to help construction firms understand and use lean construction practices. The agreement, which was negotiated during the summer, takes effect immediately and will last for at least three years.

What’s going on in your company? We want to know! Would you like your company featured in CEG? If so, give us a call. Mike Devino of Devino Trucks & Parts, Newark, N.J., is looking for some bargains at the auction.

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LATE MODEL RENTAL RETURN CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, AERIAL LIFTS, ATTACHMENTS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND CAMPING TRAILERS

3 AUCTIONS IN ONE DAY! COMPLETE LIQUIDATION

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5 @ 9:30 AM

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COLUMBUS, OHIO (DELAWARE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS)

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NOTE: Selling will be a large quantity of both large and small, late model rental fleet equipment in tip top shape. HILITES INCLUDE: 10 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (2) 2005 Kobelco SK210LC, (2) 2005 SK210LC, (3) Kobelco SK135, (2) 2005 JD 120C, 2005 Bobcat 322, 13 SKID STEERS: NH LS180 (HiFlow), (8) 2005 NH LS160, Bobcat S250, (2) Bobcat S185, 2005 Bobcat S150, 4 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (2) Bobcat T250, (2) Bobcat T190, 4 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Case 580M (4x4), Case 580M (4x4), (2) Terramite T5C, 3 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (3) 2005 JLG 944E (2 cab), 4 TRENCHERS: Vermeer RT200, (3) Vermeer RT100, Case TF300, 2 STUMP GRINDERS: (2) Vermeer SC252, AIR COMPRESSORS: IR 185, 7 LIGHT PLANTS: 2005-20042003 IR LS6kw, 2004 Genie TML4000, (3) 2005 Allmand, 6 CAMPERS: (3) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (3) Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft, CONCRETE BUGGIES: Multiquip WBH16, ATTACHMENTS: Finn Straw Blowers, (10) Post Hole Augers, Skid Steers: Bradco Broom, (3) Bradco Grapple Buckets, (2) Harley Rake, Landscape Rake, McMillan Auger, Flail Unit, Forks, GP Buckets, Quick Attach, Excavators: (2) Okada 35, Okada 302, Backhoe Hammers: Okada 60, JACK HAMMERS: (20) 90lb., 10 TRASH PUMPS: (10) Tsurumi 2in. SALE SITE PHONE: (740) 363-6000, 863-602-8365 OHIO LICENSE #: 63199360809, OHIO AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 62199360989

Independent Constructors & 2 Job Completions

Lindsay Construction & KTSW

NOTE: Independent Constructors, at this time has decided to retire and sell all their fine working equipment at public auction, and 2 exceptional job completions. EXTRA NOTE: This will definitely be an event of 3 premier Houston contractors. Excellent, low houred equipment from one clean liquidation and 2 major job completions. HILITES INCLUDE: 5 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2011 Cat 966H, 2011 Cat 966H, Cat 966H, Cat 950H, Cat 950G, 11 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2007 Cat D6TLGP, 2006 Cat D6RLGPIII, 2006 Cat D6RLGP-III, 2006 Cat D6RLGP-III, 2006 Cat D6RLGP-II, 2004 Cat D6RLGP-II, 2004 Cat D6RLGP-II, 2006 Cat D6NXL (ripper), Cat D3CXL, Komatsu D37E-5, 2005 JD 650JLGP, 6 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: 2006 Volvo A30D (bedliner), 2006 Volvo A30D (bedliner), 2006 Volvo A30D (bedliner), 2006 Volvo A30D (bedliner), 2005 Terex TA30, 2005 Terex TA30, WATER WAGONS: 2004 Cat 621G (8,000 gal. Mega tank), 9 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2005-2003 Cat 330CL, Cat 330BL, Cat 320DL, Cat 320CL, JD 490 ELC, Bobcat 331, 2005 IHI 30NX, 2005 IHI 28N, MOTOR SCRAPERS: 2004 Cat 621G, 9 MOTOR GRADERS: 2009-(2) 2008 Cat 140M, 2004 Cat 14HVHP (ripper), 2004 Cat 14HVHP (ripper), Cat 140H, Cat 140H, 2007 Cat 12H, Cat 120G, CRAWLER CRANE: Nagano NS55 Cramer, ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: 1993 Grove RT58D, CARRY DECK CRANE: Broderson TC352B, 14 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Cat 420E (4x4), Cat 420E (4x4), Cat 420D (4x4), 2007 Case 580M (4x4), Case 580M (4x4), (2) Case 580L, (2) Case 580 Super K, (4) 2008 Komatsu WB146 (4x4), JD 310G (4x4), 3 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2005 Bobcat T250, (2) 2006 Bobcat T190, 5 SKID STEERS: (2) 2006 Bobcat S160, (2) 2006 Bobcat S130, Bobcat 753, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2008 Volvo SD100 (157hrs.), IR SD100, TRENCHERS, 4 BOOM LIFTS: Snorkel TBA60, (2) Snorkel TB60, Snorkel TBA42R, JLG 600S, FORKLIFTS: Hyster H50XM, 3 AGRICULTURAL TRACTORS & PULLING TRACTORS: 2006 JD 9520 (4x4, Scraper Special), 2006 JD 9520 (4x4, Scraper Special), 2006 JD 9520 (4x4, Scraper Special), 6 EJECTOR PULL SCRAPERS: (4) 2006 JD 1814E, (2) 2005 JD 1814E, 3 GENERATORS: Cat 175kw, Cat 304DI, Cat 3406, 2 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2006 Atlas Copco XAS186, IR P185, WELDERS: Miller Portable 300amp, 4 LIGHT PLANTS: 2004 IR LS6kw, 2005 Genie TML4000N, (2) 2005 Amida AL406D4MH, FLATBED DUMP TRUCKS: 1989 Ford F700 (s/a), SERVICE TRUCK: 2005 Peterbilt 330 (s/a), FUEL/ LUBE TRUCKS: Peterbilt 330 (s/a), PICKUPS: 2007 Ford F250XLT (super Duty), 2000-2002-1990 Chevy 2500, 1997 Ford F350, 1998 GMC 2500, 2 CAMPERS: Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., 4 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) 2012 Witzco 50T (tri.), 1999 Ameritrail 25ft. (t/a), GOOSENECK TRAILER: 1999 Americatrail 28ft. (t/a), 2 OFFICE TRAILER, 7 CONTAINERS: (2) 40ft., (5) 20ft. , SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Plate Compactors, Jumping Jacks, Welders, Hammers & More. TEXAS AUCTION LICENSE: AUCTIONEER #16356 Michael W. Powers SALE SITE PHONE: (863) 660-3613, (832) 350-6032

online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com DIRECTIONS: From the North/South: take I-71 to Rte. 36 & US 37 Exit, proceed West on Rtes. 36 & 37 for 9 miles to Delaware. Turn right on Rte. 23 North for 1.2 miles to the sale site. Entrance on left at the Travelodge. From the East/West: Take I-70 to I-270 bypass, proceed North on I-270 to I-71 to Exit for Rtes. 36 & US 37 and proceed as noted above. NOTE: Auction Entrance is off of Rt. 23. Address: 935 U.S. 23 North Delaware, OH 43015.

DIRECTIONS: From Bush International Airport: Airport exit on JFK Blvd., take left ramp onto Will Clayton Parkway toward Central Cargo .2 miles. Continue on Jetero Blvd., continue on McKaughan Rd., left on Viscount Rd., left Mecom Rd. Take ramp onto JFK Blvd. toward Airport exit (I-45)/ Beltway 8/ Hardy Toll Rd. 2 miles. Take ramp onto Hardy Toll W toward Hardy Toll Rd. (tolls) for 2.9 miles. Take Hardy Toll Rd. North/ Woodlands exit onto Hardy Toll N (tolls) – 11.9 miles. Merge onto I-45 N for 8.4 miles. Exit #81/ Magnolia (FM-1488) toward Magnolia (I-45 S)/ Hempstead .3 miles. Take ramp onto I-45 S .2 miles, take ramp onto FM 1488 Rd. (FM-1488) toward I-45 N/ Sherbrook Dr. .3 miles. Take ramp onto North Fwy toward I-45 N .2 miles. Take ramp onto FM 1488 Rd. (FM-1488) toward Magnolia (I-45S) Hempstead for 8 miles. Site is on left. Address: 8215 FM 1488, Magnolia, TX 77354.

ALEX LYON & SON

ALEX LYON & SON

Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315/633-2944 Fax: 315/633-8010 www.lyonauction.com

Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315/633-2944 Fax: 315/633-8010 www.lyonauction.com


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Mustang 519 Now Features Turner Construction Employs Interim Tier IV Engine Strategy to Build Digitally First TURNER from page 43

the ramps, they tackled the problem in the iRoom. “We built it in a 3D model and worked through it with the owner, the architect and the engineer,” said Gramer. “We were able to express constructability issues that helped designers optimize the design, such that the owners still got what they wanted. If we hadn’t caught the issue until it got to the field, who knows how much it would have cost.” In the end, Turner saved the Port Authority more than $2 million. “For any project,” said Gramer, “that’s a notable amount.” Increasing Productivity — Quantifiable Results Resolving issues digitally on projects like the Sea-Tac airport car rental facility has significant implications for Turner. “Being able to provide feedback that helps optimize the construction process saves us all money and gives us the ability to deliver a project on time,” said Gramer. “Plus, it brings our repeat clients back to us.”

The results of Turner’s technologyenabled process also are quantifiable. “We did a study over a number of our projects using BIM and not using BIM; using technology and not using technology,” said Krause. “In the mechanical trade alone just from coordination and clash detection, they’ve become significantly more productive.” Turner’s success in resolving constructability issues and maximizing field productivity keeps the company motivated to continue pushing the boundaries of technological innovation. Turner staff tend to be early technology adopters, and they recently installed the latest SMART Board interactive whiteboard system — the 885i5 model — in the iRoom at their Seattle office. “It’s a game changer in terms of what we’re seeing from companies like SMART,” said Beaudoin. “They’re providing technologies to enhance the use of BIM. These collaboration tools allow a team to work better together, and when teams work better together we have much better results.” For more information, call 888/42SMART.

Maine Road Workers to Spend Four Weeks Helping Vermont AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) The Maine Department of Transportation is going to Mustang’s 519 telehandler now features a powerful Yanmar Interim Tier IV spend up to four weeks helping rebuild roads compliant engine. and bridges in Vermont damaged by flood• Strong, welded box-section boom ing from Tropical Storm Irene. Mustang’s 519 telehandler now features The 149 workers left Maine on Aug. 30 a powerful Yanmar Interim Tier IV compli- reaches up to 19 ft. 1 in. (5.8 m). with their dump trucks, loaders, excavators ant engine. The new 68 hp (50.7 kW) natu• Move more material with a lift capaci- and other pieces of heavy equipment. rally aspirated diesel engine meets the latest ty up to 5,500 lbs. (2,495 kg). Some of the Maine crews will work in the emission standards. Owners of the Mustang • Internal wet disc service brakes and Dummerston area of southeastern Vermont 519 telehandler will also note the upgraded SAHR (spring- applied, hydraulic-release) while others will work in the White River engine uses less fuel, providing a signifiparking brakes are standard. cant overall cost savings, according to the • Hydraulic flow up to 22 gpm (83 Lpm). manufacturer. • 360-degree view from ROPS/FOPS Key features of this upgraded model canopy. Fully enclosed cab with air condiinclude: tioning is optional. Super-compact design and tight turning For more information, call 800/628-0491 radius of 11 ft. (3.35 m) allows the machine to go in and out of tight spaces with ease. or visit www.mustangmfg.com.

Junction area, about 70 mi. north of the Massachusetts border. About 200 Maine National Guardsmen also are in Vermont helping repair flood damage Department of Transportation spokesman Mark Latti told the Kennebec Journal Maine will help Vermont for up to four weeks, with individual workers staying up to two weeks before others will be brought in to take their place.

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Online Auction Thursday, November 10 Featuring equipment from:

Link Belt LS418A Lattice Boom Crawler Crane

2006 Caterpillar 631G Motor Scrapers (2)

Caterpillar 345BL Track Excavators (6)

Caterpillar 623F Elevating Motor Scrapers (4)

Caterpillar 627F Motor Scrapers (4)

Caterpillar 631E Motor Scrapers (13)

Caterpillar D9N Crawler Tractor

Caterpillar D10N Crawler Tractors (2)

E-Ject E-45 Ejector Trailers (6)

E-Ject SC-17-U Pull Scrapers (19)

Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedule, guaranteed inspection reports, and place your bids. Auction Company Bond #70259785. Preliminary list to date. Equipment subject to change.


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ADVERTISER INDEX ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ............................100 ACR EQUIPMENT CO ..........................................122 ALBAN CAT ............................................................14 ALEX LYON & SON INC PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ............................131 MANASSAS VA 10/21 KISSIMMEE FL 10/25..135 CLEVELAND OH 10/27 LAPEER MI 10/28 ..137 CANASTOTA NY 10/29 JACKSON AL 11/2 ..139 COLUMBUS OH 11/5 HOUSTON TX 11/15 ..143 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ..................23 ALL ERECTION & CRANE RENTALS ....................52 ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP ............................7 ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ..............113 ALLU GROUP ........................................................37 AMERICAN RENTAL EQUIPMENT ......................118 ANACONDA CONVEYORS USA INC ....................91 ARTIC SNOW & ICE CONTROL PRODUCTS ......119 BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ....................................97 BARGAINS ............................................................125 BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ............................122 BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ......................................35 BINDER MACHINERY CO ........................................3 BODINE MFG ........................................................110 C N WOOD CO INC ..............................................14 CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ........................................52 CEG SCALE MODELS ........................................108 CENTRAL TURBOS ..............................................123 CHADWICK-BAROSS ............................................25 CHENANGO TRUCK ..............................................72 CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ..........48,72,96 CHICAGO PNEUMATIC ........................................83 CLASSIFIED ........................................................127 CLAYTON BLOCK & SUPPLY ................................26 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO ..........33 COBLE TRENCH SAFETY ....................................44 COMPASS WIRE CLOTH CORP ..........................95 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ......................86 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ..........64,76 COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC................22 CRAIG MANUFACTURING LTD ..........................114 CREAN EQUIPMENT ..........................................122 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ........................59 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ............................107 DYNAPAC ..............................................................58 EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ..........6,147 EASTERN PROCESSING EQUIPMENT ................94 EDWARD EHRBAR INC ........................................13 EESSCO ................................................................89

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ..................................45,50 EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP ....................121 EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ....................31 ERRICKSON EQUIPMENT INC ............................52 ESCO CORP ........................................................112 FELLING TRAILERS ..............................................71 FLUID POWER ....................................................123 FOLEY INC ..............................................................9 GEHL SKID STEER ................................................60 GEITH INC ..............................................................41 GENSCO EQUIPMENT CO LTD ..........................112 GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP ..................140 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ....................96 GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ................30 GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE) ..........................54 H & R PARTS ..........................................................44 HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT CO ..................................88 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............61 HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT INC ................................29 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ....................110 IRON PLANET ONLINE AUCTION 10/20 ..............................145 J & J TRUCK BODIES ............................................45 J & J TRUCK EQUIPMENT ....................................43 JERRE MARTIN REPAIR ......................................32 JESCO ....................................................................21 JOHN DEERE ........................................................55 KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ........104 KLEEMAN ..............................................................78 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ..................................57 KOMATSU CRUSHERS ........................................85 KUBOTA ..................................................................51 KUBOTA SVL ........................................................103 LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC ..................115 LIFTECH EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................40 LINCOLN INDUSTRIAL ..........................................49 LIUGONG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..........53 LUCKY’S TRAILER SALES ....................................73 MB AMERICA INC ..................................................95 MCCLOSKEY INTERNATIONAL ............................87 MESSICK’S ..............................................................6 METSO MINERALS CRUSHING ..........................101 METSO MINERALS SCREENING ........................82 MUNICIBID.COM ..................................................140 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ..................................110 NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS ..................110 NORTRAX ..............................................................39 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ............111

OPDYKE INC ..........................................................73 PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ..................................5 PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ................................102 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC COLUMBUS OH 10/14 ..................................133 PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ................................17 PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ......................10 POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ..........................99 PRO-TECH MANUFACTURING ..........................121 RANSOME CAT ........................................2,22,37,52 RIGHT TRACK SYSTEMS INC .................................. RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS DETROIT MI 11/3 CLEARFIELD PA 11/15 ....141 NORTHEAST MD 11/2........................................148 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ..............................6 ROTOBEC ............................................................116 ROYAL TRUCK & EQUIPMENT ............................68 RUBBLE MASTER ..................................................96 RUDD EQUIPMENT CO ........................................22 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ................................122 SENNEBOGEN ......................................................81 SOUTHERN TRACTOR SERVICE & SALVAGE ..122 STATE LINE MACHINE INC ................................118 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ..........................11 STU HARRIS ........................................................130 SUMMIT AUTO GROUP ........................................68 TEREX CRANES ....................................................63 TEREX POWERSCREEN ......................................93 THE READING GROUP ........................................69 THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ..........123 TOPCON POSITIONING SYSTEMS ......................42 TOWMASTER INC ..................................................67 TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ........................15 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ......................19 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ............................42 TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES LLC ....................79 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC WILMINTON DE 10/28 ..................................136 VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ..............................48 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA ..........74 WANTED................................................................130 WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ..........................32 WHITNEY & SON INC ............................................92 WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS YORK SPRINGS PA 10/28 ............................136 WOODS CRW CORP ............................................20 YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS DARLINGTON PA 10/20 ................................132

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Case CX210B with Rubber Tracks

RECENT TRADES 2006 Geith HDG-110-QL Grapple for Case CX210, Stk# 32810........................................................................................$7,400

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

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

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

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

2006 Case 580SM Loader Backhoe, Stk# 32692, 3470 Hrs .... ..............................................................................................$49,900

Authorized Dealer for These Quality Lines: Eager Beaver & CAM Trailers • Rammer by Allied Hydraulic Hammers & Shakers • Sims Cabs & Cab Enclosures • Guest Industries Forks • Airman Portable Air Compressors • Zanetis Planers •  Trailking Trailers •  FFC Attachments Frank Beck

Pat DiCicco

Jim Lutz

Tom Scott

Richard Verna

Rodney Bush

Dean J. Leonetti

S. Montgomery Co.

Phila Co. & Bucks Co.

Bucks & N. Montgomery Counties

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

Delaware Co. & S. Chester Co.

215/870-4546

215/680-9203

215/870-8567

302/530-9134

610/420-4770

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

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

302/354-1947

215/783-1847

Dean R. Leonetti, Sales Manager

953 Bethlehem Pk (Route 309) Montgomeryville, PA 18936 215/699-5871 Fax 215/699-6416 NEW HOURS Mon.-Fri. 7AM-5:30PM

215/699-5871

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55 Senn Drive Eagle, PA 610/458-7054 Fax 610/458-7094 NEW HOURS Mon.-Fri. 7:30AM-4PM


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UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

Mid-Atlantic (North East, MD) November 2, 2011

1 OF 4– 2005 JOHN DEERE 310G 4x4

1 OF 6– 2004 JLG 1930ES

2005 TAKEUCHI TB016

CURRENT INVENTORY INCLUDES:

LIFTING, AERIAL AND GENERAL RENTAL EQUIPMENT AUCTION Over 650 lifting, dirt and aerial equipment items from United Rentals available for inspection at six different locations, including Ritchie Bros.’ auction sites in:

2006 & 2– 2005 SULLAIR 185DPQJD

1 OF 2– 2003 JLG 600A 4x4

9 – Crawler Tractors Ž 22 – 11 – 10 – 22 –

Wheel Loaders Skid Steer Loaders Excavators Trenchers Loader Backhoes

Ž 20 – 155 – 67 – 20 – 14 –

Environmental Equipment Telescopic Forklifts Scissorlifts Boom Lifts Generator Sets Concrete Items

▸ North East, MD ∙ Columbus, OH As well as United Rentals locations in: ▸ Ridgefield Park, NJ ∙ Bridgeport, CT ∙ Syracuse, NY ∙ Forest Park, GA

For complete and up-to-date equipment listings visit

» rbauction.com/unitedrentals

CALL TO CONSIGN: 410.287.4330 AUCTION SITE: 3201 West Pulaski Highway, North East, MD 21901 • Sale Starts 8 AM


Northeast #21, 2011