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N.J. Lawmakers Vote to Raise State’s Gas Tax

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By Michael Catalini Tracey Road Equipment Celebrates 40 Years…14

UTCA of NJ Holds 51st Annual Convention, Trade Show…36

Ritchie Holds Record-Breaking Auction in Columbus…138

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trEnton, n.J. (AP) gas in new Jersey is about to get more expensive after lawmakers voted on oct. 7 to raise the tax by 23 cents per gallon to pay for the state’s expired transportation trust fund. if republican gov. chris christie approves the bill, which he is expected to, it would make new Jersey’s gas tax the sixth-highest in the nation, up from 49th before. it would still remain lower than the gas tax in neighboring new York and Pennsylvania, though. the measure would go into effect nov. 1 or 15 days after christie signs it, whichever is later. the bill — raising the tax from 14.5 cents per gallon while cutting the sales and estate taxes — passed in the Democrat-led Assembly and senate despite robust bipartisan opposition from lawmakers and many residents. “this is the most dangerous bill that has ever been presented, certainly since the 39 years that i’ve been here,” said Democratic state sen. ray lesniak, who opposed the measure. but it also had significant support from business

PennDOT Invests $266M to Upgrade Section of Route 202

for the work — section 330, awarded to Allan A. Myers lP began in April 2013. “Due to significant growth in the region,” the project to expand and rebuild section said Eugene J. blaum, PennDot’s assistant 300 of u.s. route 202 in chester county, Pa., press secretary, Engineering District 6, “traffic see TAX page 142 is complete. the final contract ($63.4 million) increased on u.s. 202 to levels well beyond those that the four-lane highway was originally designed to handle. More than 75,000 vehicles a day traveled on this section of u.s. 202 prior to the start of construction, and the improvements being made will allow the highway to carry current and future traffic safely and more efficiently.” By Senior Airman Aaron J. Jenne U.S. Air Force photo/Roland Balik the improvement of u.s. 202 436th Airlift Wing Public AffAirs section 300 has been a priority of chester county since the 1990s due More than 200 members of team Dover and to stifling traffic congestion and its the local community attended a ribbon-cutting aging infrastructure. this part of u.s. ceremony sept. 23, 2016, on the flightline 202 is located in the heart of the great behind the 436th civil Engineer squadron fire Valley corporate center between Department on Dover Afb. those in attenKing of Prussia and West chester. it A C-5M Super Galaxy lands on Runway 01-19 on dance included several u.s. senators, local By Irwin Rapoport

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Tenaska, an energy developer headquartered in Omaha, Neb., is constructing a state-of-the-art electric generating facility in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa.

14 TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT CELEBRATES 40TH ANNIVERSARY Tracey Road Equipment celebrated its 40th anniversary with an open house on Oct. 6, at its Syracuse, N.Y., headquarters.

28 held its 51st annual convention and trade show Sept. 29 through Oct. 2 at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, N.J.

“Every time I get an invitation to attend a demo day, or any event put on by Stephenson Equipment, I make the time on my calendar. They are always well worth it” was just one of the positive comments from attendees at the JCB Demo Day held Oct. 4 at the Northeast Fairgrounds in Pittston Twp., Pa., just outside Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

82 SH280 STUMP HOG FOR FECON’S FTX128

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22 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT HOLDS JCB DEMO DAY IN PITTSTON

On display were 4 REV drills with assorted tooling such as a 24 (61 cm) continuous flight auger, 36 in. (91 cm) short auger, tie back rig with clamps and breakers and a 24 in. LP/cluster drill.

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88 CEMCO OFFERS EFFICIENT, PRODUCTIVE

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CANNONSVILLE DAM, RESERVOIR The Lane Construction Company of Meriden, Conn., built the Cannonsville Dam and Reservoir under an $11.7 million contract with the New York City Board of Water Supply.

98 FURUKAWA ROCK DRILL USA INTRODUCES HCR1100-ER DRILL WITH INCREASED IMPACT

GRAND OPENING EVENT Guests enjoyed a BBQ lunch, door prizes, tours of the new facility and demonstrations of the newest Bomag and John Deere Construction and Forestry Equipment.

34 ENR CONTRACTING TURNS TO N.J. DEALER FOR DEMO JOB HELP When ENR Contracting was hired to take on the monumental task of demolishing Congoleum’s former 65-acre manufacturing plant in Trenton, N.J., there was no question they were up to the challenge.

34 CASE, FOLCOMER, GROFF TRACTOR WORK WITH TEAM RUBICON Case Construction Equipment, Folcomer Equipment and Groff Tractor provided equipment and product/training support to veteran-led disaster response organization Team Rubicon for use in training 10 new participants in its heavy equipment training program.

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50 ABLE EQUIPMENT RENTAL FALL OPEN HOUSE A SUCCESS Drawing on the success of an open house they held earlier this year, the company opened its doors to decision makers from existing and new customers, municipalities and industrial facilities.

138 RITCHIE BROS. CONDUCTS LARGEST-EVER TWO-DAY AUCTION More than 3,400 equipment items were sold in Columbus, Ohio, for more than $76 million. Approximately $61 million of the equipment was sold on day one of the auction — the largest single sale day the company has ever had in the United States.

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Tenaska Powerhouse Construction Continues in Pa.

Rendering of the 925-megawatt Tenaska Westmoreland Generating Station set to open in 2018.

By Jennifer Rupp CEG CORRESPONDENT

Tenaska, an energy developer headquartered in Omaha, Neb., is constructing a state-of-the-art electric generating facility in South Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. It will be fueled by natural gas and is expected to bring hundreds of jobs and power to meet the growing demand for electricity in the region. The plant will be operated in an environmentally responsible manner. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), an environmental organization, has listed Tenaska in benchmarking studies since 2004 as having among the lowest fleetwide average emission rates for fossil-fueled power plants in the United States. On April 19th of this year, Tenaska closed approximately $780 million in commercial financing for the Tenaska Westmoreland Generating Station, a 925-megawatt (mW) natural gas-fueled power plant project near Pittsburgh, Pa. Since its founding in 1987, Tenaska has raised approximately $14.4 billion in capital through bank facilities, capital market transactions, corporate facilities and equity, supporting the successful development of approximately 10,000 mW of natural gas-fueled and renewable power projects. The company has approximately 2,500 mW in pre-financing development. The project site is south of Interstate 70 between exits 49 and 51 in South Huntingdon Township. The power generating station itself will encompass roughly 50 acres. Production equipment will be enclosed in a building, further shielding operations from the public. Construction started in 2016; commercial operation targeted for 2018. Black & Veatch is the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for the project. “Black & Veatch’s experience in power plant and infra-

structure construction, combined with Tenaska’s record of success in power plant development and operation, will help ensure that Tenaska Westmoreland is a safe, efficient and reliable power plant,” said Nick Borman, Tenaska senior vice president of engineering and construction. The plan is based on an approximately 925 mW electric generating facility. At 925 mW, the plant will be able to produce enough power to meet the energy needs of approximately 925,000 homes. The electricity will be sold into the PJM Interconnection regional transmission organization to meet growing regional energy needs. “Black & Veatch is leveraging its global knowledge and experience in delivering another advanced combined-cycle project,” said Steve Edwards, chairman and CEO of Black & Veatch. “We are focused on optimizing the schedule and execution on the project to support Tenaska in safely delivering its customers clean, efficient and reliable energy supplies.” Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems will provide the two natural gas turbines for Tenaska Westmoreland. The plant will utilize the latest emission control technology to meet all local, state and federal environmental standards and permits. As a combined-cycle facility, energy produced by combustion of natural gas drives turbine-generators to produce electricity. The exhaust heat is used to produce steam, which drives a steam turbine-generator to produce more electricity from the same amount of fuel. MUFG Union Bank, N.A., BNP Paribas, Citigroup Global Markets and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited, led the bank group for the financing. The Tenaska Westmoreland project is owned by Tenaska Pennsylvania Partners LLC, which is comprised of affiliates of Tenaska and Diamond Generating Corporation (DGC), a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Mitsubishi Corporation. Tenaska formed Tenaska Pennsylvania Partners LLC to

build, own and operate the Tenaska Westmoreland Generating Station. An affiliate of Tenaska serves as the managing partner. The facility has contracted with the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County to obtain water from the municipal water treatment plant. In order to minimize water consumption, the plant will recycle water through the cooling process multiple times to maximize use of the water purchased. An existing regional natural gas pipeline near the site will deliver clean-burning natural gas to the facility. A short delivery pipeline is under construction. The facility will connect via a short transmission line to the PJM Interconnection regional transmission organization, which coordinates movement of power in all or parts of 13 regional states, including Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. Tenaska continues to work with Westmoreland County and South Huntingdon Township officials to provide substantive information to local residents during construction. Benefits of this project include: • More property tax revenue to local units of government • Boost the local economy, with a total estimated construction cost of more than $500 million • Create more than 300 jobs, on average, during construction and up to 25 well-paying, full-time jobs during operation. Tenaska is an energy company based in Omaha, Neb. Tenaska develops, constructs, owns and operates non-utility electric generating plants. It manages operations for approximately 7,000 megawatts (mW) of power generation consisting of nine power plants owned by Tenaska in partnership with other companies. For more information, visit www.tenaska.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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DUMPERS 2012 DIECI DP1000, DIECI DP1000 DUMPER 1.3 CU YD CAPACITY 4 WHEEL DRIVE, DRIVE: WHEEL, CAPACITY: 1.3 TN, STOCK NUMBER: 12R0609..........................................................$12,000 EXCAVATORS - CRAWLER 2013 CAT 311DLRR, LANE 2 ORDER, REGIONAL PKG-ROPS: NACD, TRACK: 20" T.G. W/RUBBER PAD, TOOL CONTROL PKG: HP, *JOYSTICK: THUMB WHEEL, *SYSTEM 23: COMBINED, *READY: AUXILIARY, *CIRCUIT: INITIAL, WASHER: WINDSHIELD, CHANGER: HAND CONTROL PATTERN, MOUNTING, RADIO, 12V AND 24V, PEDAL: STRAIGHT TRAVEL, BUMPER: SIDE STEER, HOURS: 576, SERIAL NUMBER: PNJ00367, STOCK NUMBER: 13M0289 ..........................................$115,000 2013 CAT 318EL, *318EL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, *LIGHT: BOOM RIGHT SIDE, *CHANGER: HAND CONTROL 2-WAY, *RAIN PROTECTOR: CAB FRONT, *SEAT, H-BACK, W/HEATER,S/AIR, *LIGHTING: CAB (HALOGEN), *STANDARD OIL, *AIR CLEANER: STANDARD, *QUICK DRAINS: READY (OIL), *TRACK: 24" TG (GLT), *COVER, FENDER, STANDARD, HOURS: 600, SERIAL NUMBER: WZS00165, STOCK NUMBER: 14M0338 ..............................................................$161,000 2013 CAT 328D LCR, HOURS: 2,310, SERIAL NUMBER: RMX00474 ..................................$245,000 2013 CAT 329EL, AIR CONDITIONER, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, UNDERCARRIAGE: LONG, HOURS: 2,037, SERIAL NUMBER: PLW01218, STOCK NUMBER: RCPLW1218 ..................$193,000 2013 CAT 336EL, HOURS: 2,902, SERIAL NUMBER: BZY02499, STOCK NUMBER: RCBZY2499 ...... ..................................................................................................................................................$258,000

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Tracey Road Equipment Celebrates 40th Anniversary

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racey Road Equipment celebrated its 40th anniversary with an open house on Oct. 6, at its Syracuse, N.Y., headquarters. Contractors and municipalities from across New York State were invited to view the latest advancements and technologies in road building, excavation, trucking, and road maintenance equipment. Factory representatives were on hand from industry leading manufacturers that included Kawasaki-KCM, Kobelco, Terex, Sakai, Liebherr, Bell, New Holland, Western Star, Freightliner and many more. Guests were given goodie bags with items supplied by

Tracey Road Equipment vendors and were treated to a celebratory feast. Plenty of equipment was on display, as were manufacturer representatives and Tracey Road Equipment’s staff. The Loader Rodeo, where operators demonstrated their skill, was a highlight for many. Tracey Road Equipment has been a proud supporter of the Anthony S. Santaro AGC Scholarship Fund and its annual Golf Classic. Each year at the event’s banquet bidders compete to have the right to determine where a beautiful velvet painting will hang for the next year. This has been a fundraising tradi-

tion for more than 25 years. This year Jerry Tracey’s friends, customers and competitors formed a group and spent $14,000 to see to it that the painting found a home in Jerry’s office. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG see ANNIVERSARY page 106

A Liebherr 926 excavator feeds a Bell 30-ton (27 t) B30E articulated truck.

Kobelco presents Jerry Tracey with a hand-crafted wooden model of a Kobelco excavator to commemorate Tracey Road Equipment’s 40th anniversary and long history with Kobelco. (L-R): Terry Ober of Kobelco; Randy Hall of Kobelco; Jerry Tracey of Tracey Road Equipment; and Pete Morita, president and CEO of Kobelco.

(L-R): Travis Marshall, Tracey Road Equipment; Brad Hotaling, highway superintendent of the town of Pitcher; and Brian Delee, of the town of Pitcher, check out the features of a Kobelco SK140SR.

(L-R): Scott Collins, Tracey Road Equipment; Scott Chenet, Barton and Loguidice; Jerry Tracey, president and owner of Tracey Road Equipment; and Jeff Hanion, Slate Hill Contractors, show off this beautiful velvet painting that will be proudly displayed in Jerry Tracey’s office for the next year.

As hundreds of visitors registered for the open house, each was provided a bag of goodies containing all sorts of useful items supplied by Tracey Road Equipment vendors.

(L-R): Ken Cunningham, Alan Petry, Kevin Murphy, Marcus Barnes and Jason Brady, all of Liebherr, present the new Liebherr 566X wheel loader equipped with a new hydrostatic power shift transmission.

Andy Neff (L), factory representative of Paladin, and David Kohuth of New Holland demonstrate that this New Holland excavator can accept any one of dozens of specially engineered attachments manufactured by Paladin.

A customer appreciation feast was prepared for all in attendance.


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1998 KOMATSU PC300LC-6LC HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, ENC CAB W/AIR CONDITIONER, 32” TRIPLE GROUSER SHOES, 21’ ONE PIECE BOOM, 13’ ARM ASSEMBLY, 54” EXCAVATOR BUCKET, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, C021217 ..........$24,500

1993 KOMATSU PC300LC-5L HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, ENC CAB W/HEATER, 32” TRIPLE GROUSER SHOES, 21’1” ONE PIECE BOOM, 10’5” ARM ASSEMBLY, 46” SAND LIP BUCKET, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, C020933 ..........$29,000

2003 KOMATSU PC300LC-7 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, ENC CAB W/AIR CONDITIONER, 33’5” TRIPLE GROUSER SHOES, 21’3” ONE PIECE BOOM, 13’2” ARM ASSEMBLY, ESCO 48” GP BUCKET, ESCO QUICK COUPLER, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, C019345 ............................................$69,000 YR

Model EE# PRICE CRAWLER DOZERS/LOADERS KOMATSU 1999 D65EX-12 C020925 $49,500 2012 D65WX-17 C005727 $195,000 1994 D275A C020148 $69,500 CATERPILLAR 2000 D9R C020150 $189,500 EXCAVATORS CATERPILLAR 1998 320BL-L C020143 $45,000 2004 321C-LCR C006409 $52,500 HITACHI 2004 ZX800 “ZAXIS” C008172 $244,000 JOHN DEERE 2008 190DW C021549 $62,000 KOBELCO 2012 SJK210LC-9 C019951 $89,500 KOMATSU PC120LC-6 C023164 $TBD 2011 PC138USLC-10 C019465 $99,500 2013 PC138USLC-10 C022755 $129,000 2013 PC170LC-10 C022916 $TBD 2008 PC200LC-8 C021246 $37,000 2009 PC200LC-8 C021243 $34,000 2001 PC210LC-6K C020926 $45,000 2014 PC210LC-10 C006317 $169,000 PC228USLC-3 C023168 $TBD 2013 PC240LC-10 C006323 $179,000 2013 PC240LC-10LR C022421 $189,000 2005 PC270LC-7 C020272 $39,500 PC300LC3 C022605 $22,500 1993 PC300LC-5 C020933 $29,000 PC300LC-6 C021741 $69,500 1998 PC300LC-6 C021217 $24,500 2003 PC300LC-7 C019345 $69,000 2014 PC360LC-10 C021518 $239,000 2013 PC360LC-10 C006325 $269,000 PC400LC-5 C023172 $TBD 2001 PC400LC-6 C021782 SOLD $27,500 2010 PC450LC-8 C005953 $239,000

2012 KOBELCO SK210LC-9 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, ENCL CAB W/ AIR CONDITIONER & HEATER, WERK BRAU 48” BKT W/SIDECUTTERS, HYDRAULIC THUMB, 9’8” ARM, 31.5” TRIPLE GROUSER SHOES, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, C019951 ............$89,500 YR Model EE# PRICE 2013 PC490LC-10 C006069 $279,000 2008 PC800LC-8 C022399 $339,000 LIEBHERR 2006 A900C C003281 $99,000 MATERIAL HANDLERS, RECYCLERS FUCHS 2005 MHL350D C003296 $79,000 2011 RHL340D C022333 $179,500 2005 Grapple for MHL350D C003297 $8,000 2007 Grapple for MHL350D C003670 $4,000 SENNEBOGEN 2004 830 C005918 $59,000 2007 830M C022591 $35,000 2010 830M C022032 $89,500 2012 830M C022031 $219,000 2014 840M C022592 $279,000 WHEEL LOADERS CATERPILLAR 924G C022174 $52,500 2002 966G C021163 SOLD $52,000 KOMATSU 2004 WA120-3 C021238 $29,500 WA200-6 C022593 $79,500 2002 WA320-3 C022508 SOLD $19,500 2000 WA320-6 C022071 $75,000 2014 WA320-7 C005540 $159,500 1997 WA380-3 C006463 $29,000 2006 WA380-5L C020908 $75,000 2002 WA380-7 C020308 $55,000 1997 WA450-3 C021827 SOLD $69,000 2000 WA450-3 C021214 SOLD $27,000 2002 WA450-3 C021164 $59,000 WA470-7 C021898 $122,000 2013 WA470-7 C006216 $249,000 2013 WA470-7 C019954 $239,000 2004 WA480-5 C006219 $49,000 2006 WA480-5 C021700 $89,000 2007 WA480-6 C021168 SOLD $55,000

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KOMATSU GD650AW-2 C020907 $49,500 650AW-2 C023121 $TBD 2005 GD655-3C C003433 $89,500 2008 GD655-3E0 C004620 $139,500 COMPACT TRACK LOADERS JCB 225T C020581 $25,000 SKID STEERS CATERPILLAR 246 C022623 SOLD $12,000 MILLERS, PAVERS, ROLLERS GEHL 1999 1438 C006470 SOLD $9,900 HAMM 2010 HD10CVV C021850 $15,000 2010 HD10VV C021840 $29,500 2011 HD+120VVHF C004069 $109,000 LEEBOY L8510T C022008 $32,500 WIRTGEN 2011 W200 C020931 $319,000 2011 W200 C022730 $289,000 TRAILERS ROGERS 1997 CR50PL C008064 $28,000 SP50PL C021755 $28,000

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2008 JOHN DEERE 190DW WHEELED EXCAVATOR, ENCL CAB W/AIR CONDITIONER & HEATER, WAIN ROY COUPLER, DIGGING BUCKET, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, 4-WAY OUTRIGGERS, C019645 ............................................$62,000 YR CEC 2007

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BUCYRUS ERIE 1980 88B C020922 $225,000 DOPPSTADT 2012 SM720 Trommel C021573 $219,000 ETNYRE 1990 DISTRIBUTOR C021240 SOLD $19,500 ATTACHMENTS CATERPILLAR 52” Exc. Bucket/345 C006595 $3,900 HAMM 2012 Pad-foot shell kit for 3412, 84” Drum P.O.R. LaBOUNTY 2003 UP20 pulverizer jaw set 18715 $4,500 2009 CP60 pulverizer (PC200/PC308 linkage) C000879 $19,500 HDR40 C005990 $12,500 HDR50S C020273 $8,500 1500R Shear C008173 $65,000 NPK 2010 GH4 C005986 $7,500 2000 GH6 C021137 $14,900 2008 GH15 C002364 $39,000 ROCKLAND 2009 BTH-D-CL hydraulic thumb C000380 $7,500 HD-V spade-nose rock bucket for WA500-3 $15,000

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Stephenson Equipment Holds JCB Demo Day in Pittston JCB’s Dancing Diggers demonstration was front and center at the event, showing the strength and agility of JCB’s backhoes.

Stephenson’s JCB representative. Stacie Prest (R) talks with Damian Florian (L) and B J Sotko of 84 lumber about their thoughts on the JCB event, and the JCB machines that they demo’d.

“Every time I get an invitation to attend a demo day, or any event put on by Stephenson Equipment, I make the time on my calendar. They are always well worth it” was just one of the positive comments from attendees at the JCB Demo Day held Oct. 4 at the Northeast Fairgrounds in Pittston

JCB representative Bob Fuend talks with crews from Springbrook Township about the easy accessibility for maintenance on the JCB 3CX backhoe.

Twp., Pa., just outside Wilkes-Barre, Pa. The event featured many opportunities for those in attendance to get into the JCB machines and see first hand how well these machines operate. Alex Ramer of Penn Township got into a JCB miniexcavator for the first time and put his operator skills to the test in a contest Stephenson had set-up for attendees. After Ramer had put all three balls in the bucket in only 26 seconds he said “The machine and its controls were surprisingly smooth. I have never been in a JCB, but I really like how comfortable it is.” JCB representatives were on hand as well at the JCB event truck and when JCB shows up so do the dancing diggers. Also available were piles of material for attendees to feel the power and maneuverability of JCBs while in a more realistic situation. A few of the compact machines that were there in-use like the JCB 407 compact wheel loader, and a JCB 260T compact track loader are featured in a new snow removal 1,000 hour a year lease program offered by JCB where a customer would only pay $50 a month from April to October. The backhoes are always where a lot of attendees gather

The JCB 407 wheel loader is featured in a 1,000-houra-year snow removal lease program by JCB for which customers only pay $50 a month from April through October.

SEI’s Wilkes-Barre, Pa., branch manager Dave Donati (R) goes over the JCB operator skills challenge with Alex Ramer of Penn Township before he starts. The JCB event truck seen in the background was on hand for the event.

BBQ was provided by West Pittston’s own Barry’s B3Q Smokehouse and enjoyed by all in attendance.

and Stephenson keeps hands-on learning and education at the core of its events. If you are interested in a demo of a JCB product and are close to one of Stephenson Equipment’s locations, call 800/325-6455 in eastern Pennsylvania or visit www.stephensonequipment.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

JCBs were available to operate by all who attended the event in Pittston Township near Stephenson Equipment’s Wilkes-Barre, Pa., location.


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

724/947-2235 Day/Night Fax 724/947-3820 Call Andy Miller Established 1928 Our Greatest Assets .. Our Employees COMPACTORS

Hamm GRW-5 Pneumatic Roller, 1994, Deutz Diesel, ROPS Canopy, (9) Ea. 7.50-15C1 Tires . . . . .$15,500 IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean $69,500 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . . .$49,500 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .From $79,500 Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP gas engine . . . . .$2,500 Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in stock, lever & remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 to $10,000 (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & single drum, tow type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 OFF ROAD HAULERS

Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideboards, tailgate (currently off work), work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$145,000 Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 hitch rebuilt $115,000 Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . . . . . .$147,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on jobsites . . . . .$87,500 Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500

Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing Case/IH 485 Utility Tractor, 1986, Case 3 cyl dsl engine, 55 gal water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500 very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 Case/IH 385 Utility Tractor, 1987, 3 cyl dsl engine, 72" TRUCKS & TRAILERS hydraulic broom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,500 Rome TRCH16 Disc, hyd offset disc, 16 ea 32” dia, Hyd (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Condition . .CALL angle tongue, scrapers, 2” axles . . . . . . . . . . . .$9,500 AIR COMPRESSORS LANDSCAPING

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(2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a-blade, SPECIALS winches, v. good . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade . .$85,000 (12) Allmand Light Plants, 2008-2010, diesel, s/a tow(2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT blade . . . type, (4) MH lights, excellent . . . . . . . . .From $5,200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. BACKHOES CRANES Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, dual fuel, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,500 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$21,500 Ford 455C Loader Backhoe, 1990, 36” Rear Bucket, Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., 70' boom 8532 HMR, Overall in Decent Condition . . . . .$10,500 anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 DRILLS MOTOR SCRAPERS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop tank, Duraquip dust collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$150,000 ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, very good MISCELLANEOUS condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, very nice 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Rivinius R600B, 1995, 10’ Wide, Mount on Dozer Blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25,500 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS JD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . .$29,000 Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on rubber, operational . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$57,000 (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, work ready . .CALL

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 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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Westchester Tractor, Inc. 60 International Blvd • Brewster, NY 10509 RS NEW CHIPPE RS & GENERATO K NOW IN STOC

Ford F650 Truck

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DOZERS:

1994 Cat 426 TLB with 4WD, Cab, Standard, Backhoe, Standard Loader, 5500 Hrs ............$22,995 1973 John Deere 410B, Open Cab, Hydraulic Hammer ..........................................................$7,500

1985 Cat D3B Dozer, 3436 Hrs ............................................................................................$14,995 2006 New Holland D85, 1607 Hrs ........................................................................................$39,995

TRACTORS:

CHIPPERS/STUMP GRINDERS

2002 John Deere 110, Top Tilt Kit on 3PT Hitch, 4WD, Hydrostatic Transmission, 1972 Hrs .......... ....................................................................................................................................SOLD $11,995 New Holland TS100A, SWD w/21’ Machette Flailax, Boom Model MB21 sn 02221, Flail Axe (Belt Driven), 48”, New replacement Head - MF48-01598, 1433 Hrs ............................................$69,000 2012 New Holland T6030, 4WD, Air Seat, Radio, Alamo Axtreme 22’ Boom Mower with 48” Flail Axe, 420 Hrs ..........................................................................................................................$89,000

2008 Bandit 150XP, 12HP Deere, Auto Clutch, 4065 Hrs, Auto Feed Not Working ..............$21,995 2009 Bandit 255XP, Winch, Auto Feed, 125 HP Deere Engine, Twin Disc Clutch, 1860 Hrs .............. ....................................................................................................................................SOLD $27,995 2012 Bandit 250XP, Winch, Hand Crank Swivel, Hand Crank Lift, Auto Feed ......................$26,995 1994 Morbark EZ17, Twin Disc Clutch, 796 Hours, 116 HP Cummins Engine......................$19,995 1986 Vermeer 2465 Stump Grinder, Tow Behind, Deutz 48HP diesel, 905 Hrs, Pivot Tongue and Side Shift ......................................................................................................................SOLD $5,500

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TRUCK: Ford F650, Cummins Diesel 225 HP, 605 FT LBS Torque, 26,000 GVW Pkg, 7 Speed Manual, A/C, 50 Gallon Fuel Tank,Power Windows and Locks, Rebuilt Transmission from Camarota 10,000 Mile Ago, Electric Brake Controller, Trailer Plug with 2" Receiver Hitch, Bobcat 250NT Welder, 37 CFM Self Contained Hydraulic Driven Air Compressor with 30 Gallon Tank, 1 Coxreel, 1/2"X50, 8,000 LB Hydraulic Crane, 70 Gallon Lube System, Graco Fireball 5:1 Pump, 2 Way Reversing Valve$42,995

EXCAVATORS: 1995 Cat 322L, Cab, 48” bucket, Geith Grapple, 20” Hendricks Bucket, 8948 Hours ..........$27,995 2004 Cat 320C, Full Cab, with Heat/AC, 48” Bucket, 3418 hours..........................................$75,995 1988 John Deere 690D LC, Cab, Steel Tracks, 4470 Hrs......................................................$18,000 2003 Volvo EC240B LC, Full Cab, 36” & 48” Buckets, Ripper Tooth, 8305 Hrs ........SOLD $44,995

Bobcat SB200 Snow Blower, 72” High Flow Snow Blower for Bobcat....................................$4,995 Goossen G350 Vacuum System..............................................................................................$3,995 2007 Kubota 1100C RTV, Camo, Cab w/AC, Hydraulic Dump, 1550 Hrs ................................$9,995

SOLD 1986 Vermeer 2465

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2012 Deere 310SK, Stk# 23313, 1035 Hrs, Ult Cab, 4WD, Aux Hyd, 24” Bkt .... ................................................$66,000

1996 Deere 650G, Stk# 23310, 6507 Hrs, ROPS, 18” Pads, 104” Blade .......... ................................................$34,000

2014 Deere 624K, Stk# 23137, 898 Hrs, Cab, RC, 2FH, 20.5 Tires, 3.5 Yd Bkt..........................................$145,000

2013 Deere 624K, Stk# 23152, 1138 Hrs, Cab, RC, 2FH, 20.5 Tires, 3.5 Yd Bkt..........................................$132,000

1993 Case 621B, Stk# 31291, 6994 Hrs, Cab, 3FH, QC, 20.5 Tires, MP Bkt .......... ................................................$28,000

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financial assistance to college students who have an interest in pursuing a career in New York State’s construction industry. Since its conception more than $1 million in scholarships have been granted, maintaining the funds status as the largest state industry effort of its

Enjoying a libation after a rigorous round of golf (L-R) are Tom Kinsella, Kinsella Industries; Jerry Tracey, Tracey Road Equipment; Jason Green, Saunders Concrete; and Greg Rinaldi, Superior Seal and Paving.

The folks from Milton CAT supplied the barbecue lunch at this year’s event. (L-R) are Steve Washburn, Milton CAT; Eric Bjornson, Metso Minerals; Frank Dambrosio, Milton CAT; Mike Stratton, Milton CAT; and Geoff Plis, Milton CAT.

(L-R) are Mike Savage, Honeywell; Rick Duff, O’Brien and Gere; Matt Widay, O’Brien and Gere; Mike App, Precision Trenchless; and Jerry Kruegler, Precision Trenchless.

kind. This year the scholarship fund received 57 applications for the scholarship program. Twenty-four scholarships were awarded worth $62,000. The event was made possible due to the efforts of the following participants and sponsors: • Milton CAT • Anderson Equipment • Rifenburg Construction • Vector Construction • Slate Hill Contractors • A.J. Colarusso & Son • Adirondack Trust • Arthur Gallagher & Company • Barrett Paving Materials • Bunkoff General Contractors • Callanan Industries • CCI Companies • D.A. Collins • Dolomite Group • EJ USA • Elderlee Inc. • Ferguson Water Works • Firley, Morgan, Freer & Essas • Five Star Equipment • The Fort Miller Company • Hanson Aggregates • Harrison Burrowes Inc. • Hayward Baker Inc. • LM Sessler Excavating & Wrecking Company • Liebherr Construction Equipment • Metso Minerals • Mirabito Holdings Inc. • QCI Asset Management • Tracey Road Equipment • The Precision Group • Turner Construction Company • Union Concrete & Construction Corp. • Vantage Equipment

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(L-R) are Kevin Labas and Bob Gilchrist, both of Capital Safety Services; and Al Hall and Dan O’Connor, both of The Pike Company.

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(L-R) are Jim Connors, The Chazen Companies; Dave Hollander, Sano Rubin Construction; Paul Matarzzo, Union College; and Scott Hawkins, Sano Rubin Construction.


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Murphy Tractor & Equipment Hosts Grand Opening Event

Murphy Tractor & Equipment major account manager Mark Hash (L) spoke with Bomag Americas territory manager Dale Alferink during the event.

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urphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. recently celebrated the opening of the dealership’s new state facility in Harmony, Pa., with a grand opening event on Sept. 16. Guests enjoyed a BBQ lunch, door prizes, tours of the new facility and demonstrations of the newest Bomag and John Deere Construction and Forestry Equipment. Customers also had the opportunity to see the newest attachments from ALLU Buckets, NPK, Paladin and Vacuworx. Manufacturer representatives and Murphy Tractor & Equipment employees were on hand to answer questions and enjoy the festivities. The new 46,000 sq. ft. (4,273.5 sq m) facility is located at 179 Perry Highway in Harmony, Pa. It is situated on more than 20 acres of land and features a sales floor; parts counter; office space; and 8,000 sq. ft. (743 sq m) parts storage area with modular shelving. In addition to a vast outdoor heavy equipment yard, the facility also has 11 work bays and one wash bay, as well as a balcony above the office area for additional parts storage. Murphy Tractor & Equipment’s Harmony location A great assortment of machinery was on display in Murphy employs 33 sales, office and service personnel and has Tractor’s new equipment yard. four service trucks that can be dispatched from the facility. Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc., one of John Deere’s largest North American construction equipment dealers, is headquartered in Park City, Kan. The organization has 28 locations throughout the states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Nebraska. For more information, visit www.murphytractor.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website (L-R): NPK’s Ken Skala and Nik Shah joined Murphy at www.constructionequip- Tractor & Equipment’s Chris Mears, along with Jay Noel, NPK vice president, to talk about the compamentguide.com.) CEG see MURPHY page 114

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A.J. (L) and Chris Sullivan, both of Sullivan Excavating, recently took delivery of a John Deere excavator from Murphy Tractor & Equipment and stopped by to join in the festivities.

(L-R): Paladin’s Brian Serio caught up with Murphy Tractor & Equipment’s Bailey Perry and Jeff Vivian of Independence Excavating at the event.

Guests enjoy a catered lunch during the grand opening.


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Case, Folcomer, Groff Tractor Work With Team Rubicon Case Construction Equipment, Tractor understand the dual benFolcomer Equipment and Groff efits of this partnership and how Tractor provided equipment and it relates to the Case mission,” product/training support to vetersays Scott Harris, vice president an-led disaster response organiza— North America, Case tion Team Rubicon for use in Construction Equipment. “We’re training 10 new participants in its providing skills training for vetheavy equipment training proerans to use in both disaster gram. The training included response operations and their course work, and then practical careers. We’re also helping operation in laying riprap for eroimprove critical natural habitats sion control and spreading topsoil and supporting sustainability in to encourage growth of the natuthe process. Folcomer and Groff ral habitat for wildlife at really stepped up to make this Blackwater National Wildlife training possible.” Refuge (NWR) in Cambridge, For more information about Md. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Team Rubicon, visit Service’s Blackwater NWR proTeamRubiconUSA.org. To tects approximately 28,000 acres donate to Team Rubicon in supof tidal marshlands and wood- Case Construction Equipment, Folcomer Equipment and Groff Tractor provided equipment and prod- port of its disaster response lands for the benefit of wildlife uct/training support to veteran-led disaster response organization Team Rubicon for use in training efforts, visit new participants in its heavy equipment training program. species. Case.TeamRubiconusa.org. Team Rubicon is training its For more on Case, visit members in the safe use and maintenance Association dates back to November 2015 Eventually, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife CaseCE.com. Groff Tractor can be found of heavy equipment for its disaster response when the three organizations began work- Service hopes that about 100 Team online at www.grofftractor.com, and operations. Folcomer Equipment provided ing together to complete training and proj- Rubicon members will be available to Folcomer Equipment can be found at a SR240 skid steer, and Groff Tractor sup- ect work. Other refuge training projects refuges for heavy equipment work and hun- www.folcomerequipment.com. (This story also can be found on plied a CX75C SR excavator to the effort. have been completed in Texas, California dreds more available as volunteers for servConstruction Equipment Guide’s website at The partnership between Case, Team and Washington, with additional training ice projects across the country. “Both Folcomer Equipment and Groff www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) Rubicon and the National Wildlife Refuge taking place at sites throughout the country.

ENR Contracting Turns to N.J. Dealer for Demo Job Help When ENR Contracting was hired to take on the monumental task of demolishing Congoleum’s former 65-acre manufacturing plant in Trenton, N.J., there was no question they were up to the challenge. For more than 50 years, ENR has been providing environmental management services for onsite demolition and cleanup at some of the most demanding job sites in the Northeast. “We immediately sat down to figure out the best way to execute the demolition,” said Ted Budzynski, owner of ENR Contracting. “Our first call was to Hoffman Equipment, who we’ve relied on for over a decade to consult with us on the best equipment to use on a specific project, and then to provide those machines for our crews.” “We needed to make sure ENR had equipment capable of handling the sensitive demolition required when there is a contaminated site, but still had the versatility to handle any issues that may arise,” said Tim Watters, president of Hoffman Equipment.

“Ultimately, we recommended the Doosan DX 420LC-5 excavator with a PTC 13H hydraulic sheet driver and DX 300SLR-5 long reach excavator with a ditching bucket.”

ENR relies heavily on Doosan machines for all of their work, and the Congoleum plant was no different. “Our experience with Doosan equipment is that it’s extremely durable, especially with

demolition projects,” said Budzynski. “The uptime is also critical, and we’ve had really good experiences with the Doosan equipment we’ve purchased from Hoffman.” While demolition is going as expected, that’s not always the case. Hoffman Equipment helped ENR Contracting choose the right equipment to han“On any project, no matter dle the demolition of a 65-acre manufacturing plant. how much you plan, you’re probably going to run into the unexpected,” said Budzynski. “But we’ve learned to work with others to find the right solution whenever an issue comes up. Hoffman has always been very responsive and cooperative in that regard, no matter what we need. In the past they have come out to the job site and shown us different methods of completing a job, and it’s that type of collaboration that really drives the success of our entire industry.” For more information, call 800/4-HOFFMAN or visit www.hoffmanequip.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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UTCA of NJ Holds 51st Annual Convention and Trade

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Manning the Ritchie Bros. booth at the UTCA convention to discuss their company’s extensive list of upcoming auctions (L-R) are Ryan Funck, Gary King and Fred Vilsmeier.

Proudly standing in front of a Hyundai excavator are Sam Maury (L), general manager of heavy construction equipment, and Ron Dortone Jr., sales representative, construction equipment division.

Harter Equipment of Millstone Township, N.J., a longtime exhibitor at the UTCA show, was represented (L-R) by Vice President of Sales Victor Rega and Dick Clark and Matthew Sams, both equipment sales specialists.

he Utility & Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey (UTCA) held its 51st annual convention and trade show Sept. 29 through Oct. 2 at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, N.J. On Friday, Sept. 30, equipment dealers and construction services companies met with Garden State contractors (and contractors from neighboring states) during the trade show in the Borgata. The Annual Awards Luncheon began at noon, where the Larry Gardner Memorial Award was presented to Rob Culnen of C & H Agency. Each year, this award is given to a UTCA member who has demonstrated outstanding service to the association. The Awards Luncheon’s keynote speakers, sponsored by the Engineers-Labor Employer Cooperative and the Utility Contractors Industry Advancement Fund, were Cal Thomas, syndicated conservative political columnist and analyst, and Bob Beckel, political analyst and pundit. Beckel and Thomas are co-authors of a book titled, “Common Ground: How to Stop the Partisan War That Is Destroying America.” In the book, they attempt to expose the hypocrisy of the issues created by

Binder Machinery Company of South Plainfield, N.J., has been an exhibitor at the UTCA show for many, many years. (L-R) are Alan Binder, executive vice president; Brendan Binder, president and COO; Michael Finnegan, technical solutions expert; and Jared Nutter, account manager, all of Binder Machinery.


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Show at Borgata Hotel Casino and Resort in Atlantic City

Eric Seikel, (L), sales manager, and Ed Chili, account manager, both of Hoffman Equipment, Piscataway, N.J., are eager to discuss with New Jersey contractors their company’s extensive equipment line, including Doosan, JCB, Manitowoc, Grove, Atlas Copco and more.

At the JESCO booth during the UTCA show (L-R) are Shawn Mulvenna, territory manager; Michael Delia, territory manager; Tom Reszkowski, Ditch Witch territory manager; Anthony Falzarano, vice president of sales; Greg Swartz, territory manager; Jerome Ferri, customer support manager; Dave Dellaratta, sales manager; and Steve Mazzarella, territory manager.

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Rick Person (L) and Scott Smith, both territory managers of IronPlanet, are ready to discuss upcoming online auctions with UTCA convention guests.

Norris Sales Company, headquartered in Conshohocken, Pa., with a branch in Sicklerville, N.J., was represented (L-R) by Ed Zoranski, sales representative; and Aaron Brown and Frank Kimberling, both inside sales.

Rui DaSilva of Vianini Pipe, Somerville, Pa., who is just a bit obscured by the cash flying around in the Kennedy Companies’ Green Machine, was able to capture $96.

Jersey Rents & Equipment Sales of Bayville, N.J., is a diversified distributor of construction equipment, materials and supplies. (L-R) are Robert Mennona III, assistant manager; Rob Mennona, owner; and Jim Szymczyk, branch manager.


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REV Drill Holds Successful Open Toyota Plant Still House, Customer Appreciation Day Creating Good Jobs

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n Sept. 22, 2016, REV Drill hosted an open house/customer appreciation event at its Frederick, Md., headquarters. On display were 4 REV drills with assorted tooling such as a 24 (61 cm) continuous flight auger, 36 in. (91 cm) short auger, tie back rig with clamps and breakers and a 24 in. LP/cluster drill. A live demonstration of the 24 in. LP/cluster drill was one of the highlights of the event. There were about 80 distinguished guests in attendance. The menu was highlighted by a roasted pig prepared by two of REV Drill’s serv- Everyone enjoyed a delicious lunch. ice team members. There were many prize giveaways and the grand prize, a 50 in. Sceptre TV was won by Jerry McNeal of Terra Site Constructors. After the lunch, some of the attendees engaged in games of corn hole, took a shot at dunking one of REV’s service team members in the dunk tank, and were treated to a tour of the Flying Dog Brewery located adjacent to the REV Drill facility. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) A REV drill 36HDT with hydraulic side to side tilt, 27,000 ft. lb. rotary, 20,000 lb. line pull winch.

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BUFFALO, W.Va. (AP) Two decades have passed since ground was broken on Toyota West Virginia Motor Manufacturing’s engine and transmission plant in Putnam County. On Sept. 18, 1996, Japanese and American officials planted 10 Japanese maple trees at a ceremony in Buffalo. Built on a swampy field filled with dead trees, the plant opened in 1998 with about 300 employees. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reported the plant now employs about 1,100 workers. A new $90 million production line opened in 2014, increasing the plant’s annual capacity from 500,000 transmissions to 700,000. The plant has expanded eight times since it opened. “Before Toyota, it seemed like a lot of people were having to look outside of this area for jobs,” said Jamie Barton, a Toyota employee since the plant opened. “Lot of jobs in this area weren’t good-paying jobs or had very good benefits. Once Toyota decided to come here and build a plant here, there was a lot more hope in the area.” As director of the Putnam County Development Authority in 1996, Debbie Phillips remembers sleeping on her office floor waiting in the middle of the night for faxes to arrive from Toyota headquarters in Japan. She would then wake up county commissioners and other officials with the latest news, and more faxes would later be sent back to Toyota. Phillips said the county had to meet a deadline set by Toyota — 18 months to obtain permits and build the plant, according to the Gazette-Mail. “It was a crazy time,” Phillips said. “Everybody was excited.” Phillips recalled being slightly intimidated when she went to a Charleston law office for negotiations attended by two dozen Toyota representatives. “It was such a rush, because they were the best the country had to offer and I think we were the best too,” Phillips said. “They were excellent negotiators but we have good people on our side too.” The plant was one of the signature achievements of thenU.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, who was chairman of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee and has known Toyota’s founding family since the 1960s. For more information, visit http://wvgazettemail.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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MINExpo 2016 Offers the Latest in Mining Equipment,

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INExpo 2016 was held in Las Vegas, Nev., from Sept. 26 to 28. Manufacturers displayed the latest in mining equipment, innovative technology and solutions. Exhibits covered more than 840,000 sq. ft. (78,038.5 sq m), outpacing MINExpo 2012. According to the website, MINExpo is widely recognized as the premier exposition of mining equipment and services in the world, featuring a wide range of new product introductions and exhibits of equipment parts and services for the global mining industry. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG Nicklas Berggren, senior engineer of Atlas Copco, traveled from Sweden to promote the new Smartroc series.

Warren Lafoy, sales manager of Ultra Seat Corporation, Edmonton Alberta, Canada, informs event goers that the company has been manufacturing industrial seating for more than 20 years.

Ryan Benbo, senior director of marketing of Vermeer, exhibited at the Center Hall and reported having a great show. Amelia Pearce, global marketing director of Ahern Rentals, Las Vegas, Nev., displays the latest high-reach equipment.

Jason Penland of McElroy demonstrates the new Tracstar 1200 for large pipe applications. The Tracstar 1200 has advanced emission control technology that meets EPA Tier IV standards.

Becky Fellows (L), director of marketing, and Brad Huie, regional sales manager of Allmand, presented the company’s mobile light towers.

Putzmeister’s Alejandro Monastrio (L), regional sales manager, and Marc Aguilar, vice president of Latin America sales, present the company’s 14000 concrete pump.

Sayuri Tsuji (L) and Jonathan Tolomeo, product managers of Komatsu, display Komatsu’s latest 930E electric drive truck.


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(L-R): Dominic McNamara, owner of AU Equipment, Arizona dealer of MB Crusher, and Frank Kurnik and Kyle Taylor, area managers of MB Crusher, Reno, Nev., are on hand to give live demonstrations of the crusher bucket. MB Crusher hauled in 200 tons (181 t) of rock for the demonstrations.

(L-R): Minnie, Kevin and Tony Beets of Discovery Channel’s “Gold Rush” and Ian Harvey, director of publicity of Volvo, celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary with the Volvo Golden Hauler.

John Hall (L) and James McKnight of Caterpillar want expo-goers to see the Caterpillar 777G (Tier IV). The new G series represents a new era for this size class from Caterpillar.

Jenifer Golba, general manager of global marketing, Goodyear, displays tires for mining machines.

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Mark Strebel, division manager of Martin Engineering, demonstrates the latest innovations in the handling of bulk materials cleanly and safely.

Topcon Positioning Systems exhibited in the Center Hall with Joel Frost, eastern regional sales manager.

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Looking Back: Building the Cannonsville Dam, Reservoir

Lane Construction photo

One of the four Kolman belt loaders is seen in this circa 1962 photo. The oversize material not suitable for use in the dam is being scalped by a screen. The haul trucks are Euclid R-27 end dumps.

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The Lane Construction Company of Meriden, Conn., built the Cannonsville Dam and Reservoir under an $11.7 million contract with the New York City Board of Water Supply. The project was completed in 1964. The dam and reservoir is located on the west branch of the Delaware River within the towns of Tompkins and Deposit, Delaware County, N.Y. It has a capacity of 95.7 billion gallons. The dam was constructed of a rolled earth Lane Construction photo embankment 175 ft. (53 m) high and 850 ft. wide at the base. It required 2.75 million cu. A fleet of idle Lane Construction Caterpillar DW-21 scrapers are visible. Beyond yds. (2.1 million cu m) of earth obtained from a nearby borrow pit. The material was is the 748 ft. (228 m) long Trout Creek Road Bridge. The bridge and the reloca- loaded with four Kolman belt loaders charged with bulldozers. tion of Trout Creek Road were built under a separate $2.4 million contract between Lane and the NY Department of Public Works.

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Construction Giants, NASA Join for Centennial Challenge Caterpillar Inc. is working with Bechtel, Brick and Mortar Ventures and Bradley University to sponsor NASA’s latest Centennial Challenge — the 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge. The competition is created to incent America’s most talented to come up with innovative ways to design and print a habitat that could be used for deep space exploration, including the agency’s journey to Mars, as well as have applications on Earth today. For more than 90 years, Caterpillar has been building the world’s infrastructure, and plans to develop the world’s infrastructure for the next 90 years—whether that’s in a great city, a developing village or even beyond our planet, according to the company. “As technology evolves, so do our machines. The future of construction will look very different than it does today,” said Justin Speichinger, advanced engineering manager of the Caterpillar excavation division. “By expanding our horizons and engaging in progressive opportunities like the Centennial Challenge, we are better equipped to develop disruptive technologies to solve our customers’ current challenges as

well as prepare for our mutual long-term success.” “There’s no better way to solve big problems and come up with the next breakthrough than by working together with our customers, such as Bechtel, a true innovator in construction; a forward-thinking, sectorspecific venture capital firm such as Brick & Mortar Ventures; our hometown University, Bradley, that is focused on innovation; and of course, NASA,” said Eric Reiners, Caterpillar research program manager. “Caterpillar and NASA have collaborated for years, and we are proud to work with NASA on this next great challenge.” The competition is designed in three phases. The first phase, the design competition, was completed in September 2015. The second phase, which just opened, is the structural competition, which focuses on the technologies needed to manufacture structural components from readily available and recyclable materials. The third phase will be the actual building of habitats. “Innovation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics drove the last 100 years and it will supercharge the next 100,” said Bechtel Deputy Chief Innovation

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Wynn Receives License, Begins $2.1B Construction Project Wynn Resorts has officially received its Chapter 91 license from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and will immediately start construction on the $2.1 billion Wynn Boston Harbor resort. “After three years and one of the most thorough licensing and environmental review processes in the history of Massachusetts, Wynn Boston Harbor has its license in hand and will begin construction.” said Robert DeSalvio, president of Wynn Boston Harbor. “That’s good news for 4,000 union construction workers, their families, and all the local businesses and nearby communities who will benefit from our $2.1 billion project.” More than 15 cranes have been moved to the site and more than 500 union workers are expected to be working daily on the 33acre development soon after full construction starts. The final license award comes nearly two months after a June 2nd hearing where the city of Somerville appealed the DEP’s earlier award of a Chapter 91 license to Wynn. Jane Rothchild, DEP hearing offi-

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ing requirement for any development that is on the water and is designed to ensure public access and use of the waterfront. All Wynn hiring, further site remediation and construction within the Chapter 91 area was suspended when Somerville filed its appeal in February of this year. Wynn Boston Harbor is a $2.1 billion Forbes five-star global destination gaming resort that will feature more than 600 hotel rooms with sweeping views of the Boston skyline and Boston Harbor and ultra-premium spa, retail, dining, ballroom and meeting spaces. The 3-million sq. ft. (278,709 sq m) resort will generate more than 4,000 construction jobs and 10 million labor hours, more than 4,000 permanent jobs, $265 million in traffic mitigation and approximately $660 million in direct annual expenditures from Wynn ($242 million in annual taxes and fees, $170 million in payroll and $249 million in goods and services to operate and maintain the resort). It will be the largest private single-phase development in the history of the Commonwealth. Situated on the waterfront along the

Mystic River and connected to Boston Harbor, Wynn Boston Harbor will open up the Everett shoreline to the public for the first time in more than a century. Wynn is spending $30 million to clean up the heavily contaminated site and create a six-acre park along the water that will feature pedestrian and bicycle paths that provide access to the harbor, an events lawn, picnic and public viewing areas, ornate floral displays and retail and dining experiences that overlook the Wynn river walk. Wynn privately funded the $30 million site cleanup with no public funds being used. Guests and employees of Wynn Boston Harbor can connect to points across the harbor via a robust water transportation system that Wynn is introducing. Low-profile, European style boats will be used to sail back and forth without the need to raise area drawbridges. For more information, visit http://www.wynnineverett.com/. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Preliminary Work Continues as MBTA Revises Plans

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The Cambridge City Council’s Transportation Subcommittee has recommended that the full Council approve a commitment of $25 million in funding to GLX.

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is currently preparing a new bidding process to complete the $1.992 billion Green Line Extension (GLX) project in the greater Boston area.

By Irwin Rapoport CEG CORRESPONDENT

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is currently preparing a new bidding process to complete the $1.992 billion Green Line Extension (GLX) project in the greater Boston area. Officials, consultants and commuter activists estimated that the project was $1 billion over budget based mainly on the bidding method. Last November consultants stressed that the MBTA did not create proper systems to monitor the contracting process, which led to costs getting out of control. Some of the JV contracts were cancelled in December. MBTA photo In response to the cancellation, the joint The MBTA is allowing the elements already under construction to venture stated in a press release: “[it was] continue, but is not awarding new contracts. disappointed by the board’s decision to cancel the contract for convenience and that we will not be able a report was released on “the strategy and progress/schedule to see this project through to its completion’’ and that “we for hiring and structuring project management in accordance continue to be a collaborative partner with the MBTA and with the program management plan outlined; recommendathe Commonwealth as we focus on finishing the work that is tions for advancing additional low-cost elements of the GLX Project, during the same time that the FTA process and the already in progress for the Green Line extension project.” The MBTA is allowing the elements already under con- management hiring strategy are being pursued; [and] recomstruction to continue, but is not awarding new contracts. In mendations for a schedule of ‘gates’ at which point staff will May, the re-evaluation of the project was completed and a return to these boards for further consideration and direcreport prepared by the GLX Interim Project Management tion.” In addition, the Cambridge City Council’s Transportation Team had been submitted to the MassDOT Board of Directors and the MBTA Fiscal & Management Control Subcommittee has recommended that the full Council approve a commitment of $25 million in funding to GLX. Board. The plan is to extend transit services along the Green Line MassDOT and the city are currently developing an MOU to beyond its current northern terminus at Lechmere Station in codify the agreement. A similar process is ongoing with the Cambridge so that residents in densely populated municipal- city of Somerville. The next steps are to work with FTA to reach agreement on required review process and timeline, ities of Somerville and Medford will be better served. “Bringing MBTA light rail service to this corridor,” stated create a Staff Interim Project Team to meet FTA requirethe MBTA, “will greatly improve local and regional mobili- ments, provide regular updates to the FMCB and MassDOT Board, and communicate progress with project stakeholders ty, address longstanding transportation inequities.” At a June 20 MassDOT Board and FMCB joint meeting, and the general public.

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The plan is to extend transit services along the Green Line beyond its current northern terminus at Lechmere Station in Cambridge.

Jason Johnson, the MBTA’s deputy press secretary, told The Construction Equipment Guide that “the project is under review by FTA at the moment and an update to the board, and the public, will come in the near future.” Commenting on the key principles behind the redesign, Johnson said that “the redesign should reduce the cost of GLX to as close as possible to the original Full Funding Grant Agreement (FFGA) program cost of $1.992 billion and that it should not violate the requirements of the FFGA or reduce the project’s functionality and benefits. The redesigned project should contain only the most streamlined project elements that are still needed for core functionality and benefits.” The GLX was identified as a top priority and will eliminate the need for bus and rail transfers at Lechmere Station and at Orange and Red Line stations and improve travel times within the project corridor; reduce regional daily vehicle miles traveled by 25,728 mi. (41,405 km) which will improve air quality and reduce traffic; will increase daily see MBTA page 58


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Bobcat Co. Introduces New Authorized Dealer in Olean, N.Y. Bobcat Company has expanded its dealer network with the addition of Bobcat of Olean as an authorized new and used sales, service and parts provider of Bobcat equipment. The dealership is located at 3101 Constitution Ave., Olean, N.Y., 14760, and is the second location of Bobcat of Kane. Bobcat of Olean also will offer a wide variety of Bobcat products through its rental department, including compact equipment, attachments and more. Bobcat of Kane, which services northwestern Pennsylvania, opened in May 2010 with only a few machines, limited parts and no rental department. Six years later, the dealership has 10 to 20 machines in stock at any given time; fully staffed sales, service and parts departments; and a 15-unit rental fleet with a complete line of attachments. Bobcat of Olean looks to build off of Bobcat of Kane’s success by providing compact equipment as well as exemplary

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MBTA’s Green Line Extension Being Built in Several Phases

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The planning for the current project began in 2005 with the completion of the MBTA’s Beyond Lechmere Northwest Corridor Study Major Investment Study/Alternatives Analysis.

The GLX was identified as a top priority and will eliminate the need for bus and rail transfers at Lechmere Station and at Orange and Red Line stations.

3, 2015 stated, “The MBTA has entered into contracts associated with Phases 1 through 4A construcridership at the seven GLX stations by approximatetion packages. The total contract value is $206.5 milly 45,000 by 2030; and operate in existing railroad lion. Phases 5 through 7 construction packages are rights-of-way, which reduces the need to purchase currently in design. local property and minimizes construction impacts. “With respect to the construction package, the The planning for the current project began in 2005 project budget used for the FFGA assumed a cost of with the completion of the MBTA’s Beyond approximately $487 million,” it added. “However, Lechmere Northwest Corridor Study Major the construction package submitted was approxiInvestment Study/Alternatives Analysis. mately $889 million. As contemplated by the current The project was divided into several phases. Phase process, if the MBTA and CM/GC are unable to 1, which began in 2013 and is substantially complete reach agreement on a contract, then the MBTA may (2015), dealt with the reconstruction of the Harvard re-procure the work by any other lawful procureStreet Railroad Bridge in Medford and the Medford ment method. The MBTA may also terminate the Street Railroad Bridge in Somerville, as well as the entire process and procure the remaining elements of demolition of the MBTA-owned facilities at 21 the GLX Project by any other lawful procurement Water Street in Cambridge. Phase 2/2A, which began method.” in 2014, is extending service from the (new) MBTA photo The project received a funding boost on January Lechmere Station to Washington Street and Union The project was divided into several phases. 5, 2015 when the MBTA and the U.S. Department of Square Stations, and should be completed in midTransportation Federal Transportation 2017. Administration (FTA) signed a Full Funding Grant Phase 2 activities include the construction of viaduct and Street and School Street bridges; and drainage work in the Agreement that had federal funding of approximately oneguideway from Land Boulevard to the New Lechmere Millers River area and relocation of the Fitchburg Main Line half of the GLX project engineering and construction costs, Station, New Lechmere Station (including bus station), between the Red Bridge area and Union Square. Phase 1 is with the state covering the other half. Washington Street Station, and the Green Line viaduct, track expected to be completed in August; Phase 2 in December; The Green Line Extension Review Interim Project and guideway to Washington Street, Union Square and the and Phase 3 in September. Management Team Final Report, issued on May 9, via The The procurement, fabrication and installation pricing for New Program Cost Estimate, put forward a total cost of the VMSF site; reconstruction of the Washington Street rail bridge; demolition of existing Lechmere viaduct and station; viaduct steel began in November 2014. Phase 4, which project at $2.288 billion. This is based on: improvements to area roadway, traffic and pedestrian sys- includes the balance of the work for Phase 2/2A, as well as • construction — $1,192,400,000 tems; relocations of utilities; and the construction of an inter- the retaining walls north of College Avenue, is expected to • real estate — $112,500,000 im LRV storage yard; and associated signal systems and be complete by March 2017. • vehicles — $182,700,000 Phase 5 would have covered the balance of the work for power and communication systems. • professional services — $414,900,000 The elements associated with Phases 2-4 were broken Phase 4; Phase 6, the remediation and demolition at the • unallocated contingency — $182,200,00 down into several contracts that included procurement of maintenance facility site (Phase 3); and Phase 7, the con• current construction contracts — $203,900,000 long lead items (bridge steel, special track work, signal and struction of the maintenance facility, transportation building Sunk-cost included in the estimate is $700,600,000 electrical equipment); construction of utility relocation work and train yard. (This story also can be found on Construction According to the request for information regarding Green Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipelements that do not require additional FTA approval; the construction of utility bridges at the Broadway, Medford Line Extension Project, a document released on November mentguide.com.)CEG MBTA from page 54


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County: Bergen Contract No.: 16108 Location: Routes 1, 9 and 46 over Jones Road. Project: Bridge superstructure replacement. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • J.F. Creamer & Son Joint Venture With Joseph M. Sanzari Inc. — $4,366,502 • IEW Construction Group Inc. — $5,002,138 • Anselmi & Decicco Inc. — $5,430,000 • Beaver Concrete Construction Company Inc. — $6,051,737 Completion Date: Jan. 16, 2018

County: Burlington Contract No.: 16115 Location: Route 70 Red Lion Road (CR 685) to Dakota Trail. Project: Pavement resurfacing, restoration and rehabilitation Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Trap Rock Industries LLC — $6,984,288 • Richard E Pierson Construction Company Inc. — $7,127,731 • Stavola Contracting Company Inc. — $7,397,000 • A.E. Stone Inc. — $7,500,000 • Earle Asphalt Company — $7,777,913. • Joseph Defino Trucking Company Inc. T/A Defino Contracting Company — $8,483,179 Completion Date: Nov. 7, 2017

County: Sussex Contract No.: 16109 Location: Route 206 south of Paterson Ave. to south of Pines Road.

County: Somerset Contract No.: 16116 Location: Route 287/78, I-287/202/206. Project: Interchange improvements.

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New Coastal Rail Link Runs Through Restive Region By Elias Meseret ASSOCIATED PRESS

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) The timing is uncomfortable. One of Africa’s best-performing economies on Oct. 5 launched its latest massive infrastructure project, a railway linking the landlocked country with a major port on the Gulf of Aden. But it came just days after dozens were killed in anti-government protests in the region the railway runs through. The new line between Ethiopia and the small coastal nation of Djibouti, the portal for almost all of Ethiopia’s imports, is one of several high-profile projects that have attracted Chinese and Turkish investors, among others, as foreign investment climbed to more than $2 billion last year. But Oct. 2 deadly stampede brought international attention of another kind. Anger in the Oromia region began a year ago, against a government plan to take farmland and incorporate it into the capital, Addis Ababa, to help shift the largely rural country’s economy from agriculture to manufacturing. The plan was dropped, but the protests have widened to demand wider freedoms and the release of detained activists and journalists.

The unrest has disrupted Ethiopia’s business boom: In some cases, both foreign and local companies have been targeted by protesters who have accused them of government ties. On Oct. 4, Oromia’s regional government said protesters attacked a cement factory owned by Nigeria’s richest man, multibillionaire Aliko Dangote, in response to the deadly stampede. While economic growth has slowed after averaging more than 10 percent in the decade through 2014, it has remained what the United States last year called “impressive.’’ Ethiopia is set to become one of subSaharan Africa’s four major manufacturing hubs along with South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya, said Zemedeneh Negatu, managing partner at Ernst & Young’s office in Addis Ababa. The new railway will help, he said. The railway is a result, in part, of past unrest. Ethiopia shifted its import focus to Djibouti after its border war with Eritrea between 1998 and 2000 created tensions that remain today. These days, more than 95 percent of Ethiopia’s imports come through Djibouti port, the director-general of Ethiopia’s Maritime Authority, Mekonnen Abera, told The Associated Press.

“This railway line will greatly reduce the travel time between the two countries and will contribute to the development of Ethiopia’s hinterland,’’ said Dereje Tefera, spokesman of the Ethiopian Railway Corporation. “It is an electrified system and environmentally friendly. This is what makes it different from other railway projects in Africa.’’ Officials hope the railway will help ease the notorious road traffic from hundreds of trucks that transport goods daily. According to Ethiopian officials, the 408-mi. (656 km) railway inside Ethiopia, constructed at a cost of $3.4 billion, will shorten a three-day journey to just 12 to 15 hours. The length of the railway line in Djibouti is 62 mi. (100 km), Dereje said. Once the line is fully operational, it will be able to transport up to 5,600 people per day and carry up to 3,500 tons of goods at a time. The railway section in Ethiopia, which was completed in three and half years, received 70 percent of its financing through China’s EximBank while the Ethiopian government covered the rest. Two Chinese companies were selected to carry out the construction, and the locomotives were imported from China.

During a recent tour for journalists, the Chinese conductors and attendants who will run the system for at least six months received their first guests with a smile. Ethiopia’s other infrastructure development projects are aimed at bringing in yet more foreign investment. They include the Grand Renaissance Dam, which will be Africa’s biggest hydropower plant. And a year ago, the country completed Africa’s newest light railway transit system that connects four parts of Addis Ababa. Another railway system is being built across the country by a Turkish company as Ethiopia aspires to link to connect to more of its neighbors by rail. The large-scale projects do come with risks. A World Bank report released in September said Ethiopia “could see a notable increase in government debt as the government continued to borrow to finance an ambitious infrastructure program.’’ And the protests in Oromia and elsewhere are a growing concern for a country that has promoted itself to investors as “one of the most stable countries in Africa.’’ (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Futuristic Dubai Dreams of Hyperloop Transit Tubes By Jon Gambrell ASSOCIATED PRESS

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) A network of tubes whisking passengers across a country at close to the speed of sound may seem like a sci-fi pipe dream, but in the already futuristic city of Dubai it would fit right in. The city-state just hosted a two-day competition for designs related to a high-speed system known as a hyperloop, in which levitating pods powered by electricity and magnetism would hurtle through low-friction pipes at a top speed of 760 mph (1,220 kph). The idea, first proposed by Tesla cofounder Elon Musk in 2013, is still being tested. But Dubai has already partnered with Los Angeles-based Hyperloop One to examine possible lines going to the United Arab Emirates’ capital, Abu Dhabi, and elsewhere. At a presentation Oct. 4, Hyperloop One suggested such a network could include an undersea tunnel connecting Abu Dhabi to Doha, Qatar, with a trip time of just under 22 minutes. The network could extend to the island nation of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.

“Imagine that you can live in Riyadh, work in Dubai, have your dinner in Abu Dhabi and watch a movie in Qatar,’’ Saif alAleeli, the young CEO of the Dubai Future Foundation, which hosted the competition, told The Associated Press. “Dubai is trying, as a mission, to prove that concept.’’ The heart of this effort can be seen around the Emirate Towers, where the office of Dubai’s ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, looks out on a glass skyline that was mainly built in the last 15 years. Outside, construction has begun on the Museum of the Future. The world’s first office entirely built of material made by 3-D printers sits nearby. A mall underneath the towers looks like one of Dubai’s many luxury shopping centers until you see the robot assisting customers at a local bank branch. Just around the corner is the Dubai Future Foundation, the government initiative that helped sponsor the hyperloop competition with the citystate’s Roads and Transportation Authority. Sheikh Mohammed visited the foundation Oct. 3, putting on a virtual-reality headset and walking among its chic offices filled with 3-D printers and other gadgets. “Our goal is to anticipate challenges and explore future investment opportunities,’’ a

message on Sheikh Mohammed’s official Twitter account later read. “We all need to think afresh as we develop for the future.’’ It’s unclear how much a regional hyperloop network would cost — or who would pay for it at a time when Gulf budgets are strained by low global oil prices. But Dubai is already home to the world’s tallest building, the longest driverless metro line and long-haul carrier Emirates. A hyperloop network could cement its status as a global transit hub for decades to come. Government-backed port operator DP World has held talks with Hyperloop One about cutting transport times for its cargo, said Chris Vasquez, the director of product development for the hyperloop company. Such a system could be in place in Dubai as early as 2020, he said. “This is a place where big things happen,’’ Vasquez said. “They don’t get bogged down by regulations, not that those things aren’t important and don’t deserve due diligence, but we’ve all seen projects stalled by over-crippling regulatory environments where it just stalls for years and years and years.’’ At the ceremony Oct. 4, selected groups involved in the 48-hour hyperloop project presented ideas for a possible track between

Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central, Dubai International Airport and Fujairah International Airport. Under their plans, the hyperloop trip of some 90 mi. (145 km) over a mountain range would be 10 minutes or less, compared to the current hour and 20 minutes by road. Focusing less on the science, those involved offered visions of hyperloop stations and seating inside bullet-shaped transit cars. A team from Paris-based transit company Systra won the competition, walking away with a certificate and a crystal trophy resembling Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. But among the contest’s competitors were few Emiratis, though others attended the event watched over by white-gloved Asian waiters serving hors d’oeuvres. Asked about the low participation, al-Aleeli, the Dubai Future Foundation CEO, said Emirati university students on hand for the event would help lead the UAE in future innovations. “We are paving the road to build the right future for them,’’ he said. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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CTDOT Launches New Website for Walk Bridge Program Information The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) announced the launch of a new website for the Walk Bridge Program as part of its ongoing effort to keep the public informed as this railroad bridge project in Norwalk advances. The new website,www.walkbridgect.com, will provide the public with access to current project information, including meeting notices and construction updates. While construction of the Walk Bridge is not scheduled to begin until mid-2018, CTDOT is planning to complete three advance construction projects that are necessary before the bridge View of the Walk Bridge and fender system. replacement project begins. The 120-year-old bridge carries four tracks of the New in late spring. • The Danbury Branch Dockyard Project required to Haven commuter rail line over the Norwalk River. It swings open and closed to accommodate commercial and recre- facilitate rail operations during construction of the Walk ational marine traffic on the river below. When it fails to Bridge, is scheduled to start construction in early 2017. This close properly — as has happened in recent years — it can work will consist of adding track sidings, signal work and cause major disruptions to rail service in the Northeast electrification to the southern end of the Danbury Branch of the New Haven line. These improvements will be made from Corridor. CTDOT is undertaking the replacement of the Walk where the Danbury Line splits off the main line to one mile Bridge to provide safe, reliable rail service, and enhance north, in the area formerly known as the Dock Yard. There Connecticut’s transportation system, now and for the future. will be minimal impact to local roads as a result of this projAs one of the oldest movable bridges on the New Haven ect • The CP243 Interlocking Project, also scheduled to Line, replacement of the Walk Bridge has long been recognized as a priority to maintain critical rail service on the begin in 2017, will construct a new four-track interlocking to allow for two-track Metro-North Railroad operations during nation’s busiest commuter rail line. Constructing the new Walk Bridge in the highly devel- reconstruction of the Walk Bridge. The project location is on oped commercial and residential area of historic South the New Haven line approximately 1.5 mi. (2.4 km) east of Norwalk presents unique challenges, which CTDOT is now the Walk Bridge, vicinity of Norden Place. There will be working to address in advance of construction. Construction minimal impact to the roadway network as a result of this will be completed in phases to maintain rail service and min- project. (CP243 refers to the numbered overhead power line imize impacts to stakeholders. Coordination with rail and Catenary Post at that location. An “interlocking” allows a maritime users, neighbors and other stakeholders will be a train to change tracks.) Design of the new Walk Bridge is still at the preliminary priority to minimize traffic and business disruptions. CTDOT has been meeting with local officials and key stage and the project team is evaluating construction stakeholders throughout the past year to gain their input and impacts. The overall goal is to minimize disruption in the will continue this coordination as the project advances. area and to reduce the duration of construction. The Walk Bridge carries four tracks of the New Haven CTDOT also is coordinating this project with other projects in the area scheduled for construction in a similar timeframe. Line and is critical to intercity and high-speed passenger rail In addition, a local office will be opened in conjunction with service by Metro-North Railroad and Amtrak as well as the Walk Bridge project to provide opportunities for interac- freight rail service by CSX and Providence and Worcester Railroad. Approximately 200 trains and 125,000 passengers tion with the public. Construction on the main Walk Bridge project will start in travel across the Walk Bridge every day and ridership is promid-2018. In late spring 2016, construction began on the first jected to double by 2065. Constructed in 1896, the aging in a series of related projects that need to be completed in bridge has outlived its useful lifespan and has experienced advance of the bridge replacement. 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Genie SX-135XC Self-Propelled Boom Lift Features 90-Ft. of Outreach The Genie SX-135XC self-propelled telescopic boom lift delivers industryleading outreach and capacity throughout the full working envelope for incredible operational accessibility. The first model in the new Genie Xtra Capacity (XC) family, the Genie SX135XC boom lift is packed with industry-leading features, including 90-ft. (27.43 m) of outreach, 660-lb. (300 kg) unrestricted lift capacity, the ability to work 19 ft. 8 in. (6 m) below grade and a 12 ft. 11 in. (3.94 m) x 13 ft. 6 in. (4.11 m) compact footprint. “With 10 feet more outreach and 32 percent more capacity than typical selfpropelled boom of this size, the Genie SX-135XC boom lift is ideal for rental customers working on challenging jobsite applications with its unique up-andover style capability to navigate obstacles at height,” said Adam Hailey, Genie director of product management, Terex AWP.

The first model in the new Genie Xtra Capacity (XC) family, the Genie SX-135XC boom lift is packed with industry-leading features, including 90-ft. (27.43 m) of outreach, 660-lb. (300 kg) unrestricted lift capacity, the ability to work 19 ft. 8 in. (6 m) below grade and a 12 ft. 11 in. (3.94 m) x 13 ft. 6 in. (4.11 m) compact footprint.

Spec’d for Productivity Built to safely and quickly lift operators to full platform height — 135 ft. (41.15 m) — in 2-1/2 minutes and drive enabled at full height, the Genie SX135XC boom lift will position workers and gear exactly where they are needed. And, it’s powerful enough to work on most job sites with a Deutz TD2.9 L4 74-hp (55 kW) Tier IV/Stage 3B emissions-compliant diesel engine with fourwheel drive and four-wheel steer capabilities. The Genie SX-135XC boom’s innovative design includes a working envelope ideal for the most extreme access jobs with a working height of 141 ft. (43.15 m) and a horizontal reach of 90 ft. (27.43 m). That’s 10 ft. (3 m) more of outreach than any other self-propelled boom the market offers, according to the manufacturer.

Enhanced Design Adds to Jib’s Versatility and Flexibility The new Genie SX-135XC boom also boasts exceptional range of motion with an 18 ft. (5.48 m) to 30 ft. (9.14 m) telescoping Jib-Extend jib, which offers operators up and over capabilities, as well as 125 degrees of jib articulation, boasting 55 degrees down to 70 degrees up of vertical articulation. The working envelope also is increased with this boom’s extended reach out and down capability — 19 ft. 8 in. (6 m) of reach below grade. “To accommodate the Genie SX-135XC boom lift’s increased capacity and range of motion, Genie engineers developed a new hydraulically telescoping Jib-Extend design that is robust enough to handle all of the up, over, out and below tasks rental customers need to do. And when the job is done, the jib is designed to be stowed under the primary boom for ease of transport,” Hailey said.

On, Off and Around Job Sites Designed with transportability in mind, the Genie SX-135XC boom features the new Genie mini XChassis axle design, which extends and retracts the axles to and from the stowed position with a more compact footprint — 8 ft. 2 in. (2.49 m) by 13 ft. 6 in. (4.11 m) retracted or 12 ft. 11 in. (3.94 m) by 13 ft. 6 in. (4.11 m) extended — to provide both stability on the job and a narrow profile for transport. “Similar in design to the full-size XChassis expanding axle on the Genie SX-150, SX-180 and ZX-135 booms, the mini XChassis system boasts two-thirds the footprint of the full-size version for excellent maneuverability on and around confined job sites without disrupting people or traffic,” Hailey said. Weighing 47,900 lb. (21,727 kg), with an overall transport length of 43 ft. 7 in. (13.3 m), a tail swing of 3 ft. 9 in. (1.14 m) and ground clearance of 15 in. (0.38 m), the Genie SX-135XC boom lift is transportable on a standard trailer; no over width or over height permits are required.

Xtra Capacity Is Standard With the ability to perform a wider range of heavier lift and access tasks on rough terrain using a single machine, the new Genie family of XC boom lifts, including this Genie SX-135XC model, offer a dual lift capacity with an unrestricted 660 lb. (300 kg) and a restricted 1,000 lb. (454 kg), giving customers the ability to work with up to three people onboard while still leaving room for tools and jobsite materials. The new XC design includes a standard 8-ft. (2.44 m) tri-entry platform with side-swing gate. The Xtra Capacity, or XC, nomenclature also lets rental customers know that this new boom complies with the overload restriction guidelines in the proposed ANSI A92 and CSA B354 industry standards in North America, as well as the current European EN280 and Australian AS 1418.10 standards. Hailey noted that all Genie XC models include a new low-maintenance load sense cell technology that monitors the weight on the platform and disables function if the load exceeds the platform load limit. “The overload sense functionalities are compensated for on all Genie XC boom models by increased platform load capacity, increasing these booms’ utilization in heavy-load applications compared to units with more restrictive platform load limits,” he said. The new Genie SX-135XC boom shares commonality in design, parts and accessories, as well as serviceability benefits, including easy access to crucial service points, with all Genie products. For more information, visit: www.genielift.com.

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Cummins Introduces Next Generation X Series Engines Cummins Inc. President Engine Business Srikanth Padmanabhan introduced a new era in Cummins heavy-duty power with the next-generation X Series. With the lineup expanded to three X engines, and ratings extending from 350 to 605 hp, this represents the broadest and most capable heavy-duty engine range that Cummins has ever made available to the North American truck market, according to the manufacturer. “Inspired by our customers and their business needs, Cummins is delivering the power of great ideas with our next-generation engines revealed today as the X15 Performance Series, the X15 Efficiency Series and the X12 focused on productivity — each optimized for specific duty cycles and applications,” said Padmanabhan. The new engines were launched at the Cummins “Four Strokes of Genius” event held at the Transportation Research Center (TRC) in Ohio, where a fleet of trucks powered by the big-bore X15 and medium-bore X12 were put through their paces on the test track. The engines demonstrated the power of great ideas with four defining attributes: performance, fuel economy, uptime and integration. The X15- and X12-powered truck test runs took place 85 years after Clessie Cummins tested the first heavy-duty truck diesel engine in North America — the 125-hp Model H — on the track at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. “Clessie was a visionary and he used his innovation and mechanical genius to propel the diesel to the forefront of the North

The X engine platform builds on the success of the current heavy-duty engines, taking on new names to reflect the evolution and introduction of the product platforms to meet Phase 1 greenhouse gas (GHG) and fuel-efficiency standards, to be fully implemented in 2017.

American commercial vehicle market. He would be proud of us for launching the latest heavy-duty engines 85 years after he first introduced that new diesel technology. We continue to harness our history of great ideas to deliver tomorrow’s products, today,” Padmanabhan said. “Our latest X15 and X12 engines deliver unparalleled performance while achieving the lowest cost of operation. Equally important — they are great to drive, with faster response and more braking power than ever before, and that will help fleets retain their best drivers.” The X engine platform builds on the success of the current heavyduty engines, taking on new names to reflect the evolution and introduction of the product platforms to meet Phase 1 greenhouse gas (GHG) and fuel-efficiency stan-

“Cummins’ ability to integrate doesn’t stop with our products, but continues through our network of accessible experts ready to partner with fleets and drivers all over North America.” Srikanth Padmanabhan Cummins Inc.

dards, to be fully implemented in 2017. By taking highly innovative approaches, combined with a series of finely tuned improvements on existing technologies, the X15 brings unmatched performance and fuel efficiency, with the implementation of an optimized compression ratio, air handling system and cam profile. The X12

redefines the meaning of mediumbore power with by far the highest power-to-weight ratio of any heavy-duty engine. All three engines are integrated with the revolutionary Single Module aftertreatment. Up to 60 percent smaller and 40 percent lighter than modular aftertreatment systems, the Single Module is capable of taking DPF ash cleaning events to

as much as 800,000 miles on the X15, according to the manufacturer. “Our technology success achieves an unprecedented degree of integration across the powertrain and with the driver — as represented by the Cummins and Eaton SmartAdvantage Powertrain — enabling major fuel savings by precisely adjusting to grade, vehicle weight and throttle position. Together with features such as ADEPT, SmartCoast and Predictive Cruise Control [PCC], we can make every driver an expert,” Padmanabhan said. “Cummins’ ability to integrate doesn’t stop with our products, but continues through our network of accessible experts ready to partner with fleets and drivers all over North America. We can also deliver engine calibrations and Cummins expert guidance over the air, without the truck needing to visit a service bay. That’s how the power of great ideas translates into real-world benefits for our customers.” The X15 Performance Series is ideally configured for heavy-haul and vocational trucks, with a 485 to 605 hp ratings range, while the X15 Efficiency Series is tailored for line-haul and regional- haul applications, with a 400 to 500 hp range. The X12 medium-bore engine has a 350 to 475 hp range for regional-haul, intracity delivery and vocational trucks. All three engines will be manufactured at the Cummins Jamestown Engine Plant. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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ARRIVING NOW! 2017 Western Star 4700’s 470 h.p. Detroit, auto. trans., 20,000# F/A, 46,000# R/A, 20,000# steerable pusher, 17’ bodies. 2017 Mack GU713’s 455 h.p. Mack, 8LL & auto. trans., 20,000# F/A, 46,000# R/A, 20,000# steerable pusher, 17’ bodies. (2) 2015 Mack GU713’s, 425 h.p. Mack, 10 spd., 18,000# frt, 44,000# rear w/20,000# pusher, 16’ HardOx body. Extremely low miles.

(2) 2016 Kenworth T880, 500 h.p. Paccar, 18 Speed trans., 20,000# F/A, 46,000# R/A, 17’6” bodies, extended warranty, extremely low miles.

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Kenworth Adds Options to Support Heavy-Duty Applications Kenworth is enhancing its reliable, rugged and versatile Kenworth T370 with additional new options that further expand its capabilities for vocational customers. The T370 is a medium duty vocational truck, and shares a heavy duty heritage and key components with Kenworth’s heavy duty vocational trucks. Now, the Kenworth T370 — already offered with heavy duty 16,000-, 18,000- and 20,000-lbs. (7,257, 8,164 and 9,072 kg) front axles — is adding a durable straight steel channel bumper, larger size 385/65R22.5 steer tires, and rugged, molded thermoplastic fender extensions to benefit vocational customers. The heavy front axles can be paired with 46,000-lbs. (20,865 kg) rear axles to create specifications ideally suited for vocational applications, such as dump, fuel delivery, utility, crane, service trucks or mixers. “The Kenworth T370 already provides excellent performance and value for a wide range of medium duty and vocational applications,” said Kurt Swihart, Kenworth marketing director. “Now, Kenworth is enhancing this proven performer to bring cost-effective operation and heavy duty performance to truck operators in even more demanding vocational applications.” The T370 is available with Meritor or Dana non-drive front steer axles rated from 16,000- to 20,000-lbs. and 44,000- and 46,000-lbs. heavy duty tandem-drive rear axles. The T370 can be spec’d with the PACCAR PX-9 engine rated up to 350-hp and 1,150 lb.-ft. of torque. For more information, visit www.kenworth.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

The Kenworth T370 is adding a durable straight steel channel bumper, larger size 385/65R22.5 steer tires, and rugged, molded thermoplastic fender extensions to benefit vocational customers.


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

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

Douglas Equipment & Supply Co. 7100 Kreidler Rd. York, PA 17403 717-428-1517 Fax: 717-428-2990 www.douglasequip.com

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

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

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

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

Metro Bobcat, Inc.

Cleveland Brothers 4565 William Penn Highway Murrysville, PA 15668 866-551-4602 Erie 3950 Depot Road Erie, PA 16510 814-898-3388 Somerset 168 Industrial Park Road Somerset, PA 15501 814-445-7915 Clearfield 1307 S Second Street Clearfield, PA 16830 814-765-1611 Mansfield 18512 Route 6 Mansfield, PA 16933 570-662-7171

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

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

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

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

Turbotville 190 Cleveland Brothers Road Watsontown, PA 17777 570-538-2551

Clarksburg 6286 West Veterans Memorial Highway Bridgeport, WV 26330 304-842-2222

Lancaster 4326 Oregon Pike Ephrata, PA 17522 717-859-4905 State College 2955 Stewart Dr. State College, PA 16801 814-237-8338

Shinnston 5541 Benedum Drive Shinnston, WV 26431 304-592-5855 www.clevelandbrothers.com

Metro Bobcat, Inc. 8250 Beechcraft Ave. Gaithersburg, MD 20879 301-840-9300 www.metrobobcat.com 33 West Old Liberty Rd. Eldersburg, MD 21784 410-795-1500 11000 Pulaski Hwy White Marsh, MD 21162 410-483-0600 7002 Marlboro Pike, Forestville, MD 20747 301-568-1104


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Mack Granite Model Works for Concrete Mixer Applications Mack Trucks is offering customers with concrete mixer applications a lighter-weight solution to meet their demanding needs. The Mack Granite model, equipped with the 2017 Mack MP7 11-L engine and the Mack mDRIVE HD 14-speed automated manual transmission with creeper gears, delivers unmatched performance and driveability, while cutting weight compared to its predecessor, according to the manufacturer. “The Mack Granite model has always handled the most challenging jobs, which is why it was the No. 1-selling Class 8 heavy duty conventional straight truck in the U.S. in 2015 based on Polk data,” said Tim Wrinkle, Mack construction product manager. “Now with our 2017 powertrain, the Granite is helping increase our customers’ return on their investment through improved efficiency, performance and reliability.” Mack’s 11-L MP7 engine received a number of advancements for 2017, simplifying maintenance and improving efficiency. The MP7 is about 51 lbs. (23 kg) lighter with up to 425 hp and 1,560 lb.-ft. of torque. The engine features an updated wave piston design that, in conjunction with the new common-rail fuel injection system, enables more complete combustion of fuel resulting in reduced emissions and improved efficiency. Combined with a twospeed coolant pump, these features help increase MP7 fuel efficiency by up to 2.1 percent. “The Mack MP7 offers the power and performance to manage any task, but in a smaller displacement engine to provide weight savings,” Wrinkle said. “The integration with the Mack mDRIVE HD 14-speed allows for seamless communication among components so that the vehicle is always in the right gear without the driver having to manually shift, reducing driver fatigue and increasing safety. It also provides a deep ratio of 32:1 in the lowest creep gear to facilitate low speed functionality such as curb pouring when needed.” Mack was the first truck manufacturer in North America to offer low reduction gear ratios in a proprietary automated manual transmission. Along with the Mack

Mack Trucks’ Mack Granite model, equipped with the 2017 Mack MP7 11-L engine and the Mack mDRIVE HD 14-speed automated manual transmission, delivers added performance and driveability for concrete mixer applications, while cutting weight compared to its predecessor.

“The Mack MP7 offers the power and performance to manage any task, but in a smaller displacement engine to provide weight savings.” Tim Wrinkle Mack Trucks

mDRIVE HD 14-speed, Mack also offers the mDRIVE HD 13speed, meeting the needs of an even wider range of customer applications with the performance that only a fully integrated powertrain can offer. The mDRIVE HD with creeper gears is approximately 150 lbs. (68 kg) lighter than an automatic transmission. Mack Granite models for con-

crete mixer applications also come standard with Mack ClearTech One, a single-package Exhaust Aftertreatment System (EATS) that frees up frame rail space and reduces weight by approximately 17 lbs. (7.7 kg). With Mack ClearTech One, the diesel particulate filter (DPF), selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) dosing

system are all combined into one unit. With the rail space gained, customers have more space to add water tanks and chutes with more wheelbase flexibility than before. Mack Granite mixers come ready for upfit right from the factory with a rear-engine PTO, a special mixer crossmember designed for mounting of the mixer barrel pump, frame rail transition plates for mixer body mounting and an additional access panel in the cab floor to service the rear-engine PTO. Mack’s BodyLink III bodybuilder connector simplifies the installation of the body to the chassis and facilitates communication to the truck ECU without compromising quality from bodybuilder wire splicing. Post block terminals also are conveniently located in the top of the dash for additional connection points. All Mack Granite models are backed by Mack GuardDog Connect, Mack’s proactive diagnostic and repair planning system.

The telematics system monitors fault codes that could potentially shut down a truck or lead to an unplanned visit to the dealer. GuardDog Connect enables quick diagnosis of issues, proactive scheduling for repairs and confirmation that needed parts are in stock and ready to install, all while the truck is still on the job. Along with Uptime support, Mack also has made significant strides to simplify body builder support services. Mack has a focused body builder support group that offers prompt access to Mack product experts who can answer questions that may arise while spec’ing a truck or during the body upfit process. The group also addresses customer inquiries after a vehicle is in service. For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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2002 2002 20 02 C CH CHEVY HEVY EVY VY C/8500: /8 8500: 500: 00 0: CA CAT AT 3126 6 CYL (300 HP); FULLER 8SP; 8SP; A/C; A/C; 52,080K GVW. GVW. 2 2004 20 004 04 MOFFETT MOFFET M OFFET OFF ETT TT M5500 M5500 50 00 PIGGYBACK PIGG GGY GY YBACK BA ACK CK FORKLIFT; FORKLIF FORKLIF RKLIF KLIF LIIF FT; 2.5 TON TON;; 5,500LB MAX CAP; CAP; 21’ STEEL FLATBED. FLA ATBED.

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Thunder Creek Redesigns Service, Lube Trailer; Includes New Chassis

Northland JCB 6 Jonspin Road Wilmington, MA 01887-1057 800-225-7956 978-658-5900 Fax: 978-658-8837 230 Cherry Street Shrewsberry, MA 01545 800-698-8517 508-842-3880 Fax: 508-842-4404 3 Chalet Road (Rte 44) Middleboro, MA 02346 800-489-8000 774-766-6058 Fax: 781-645-1315 23 Foss Road Lewiston, ME 04240 800-640-6050 207-784-1501 Fax: 207-777-5503

The new SLT features a modular tank design that is capable of holding 440 gal. (1,666 L) of fluid in up to eight tanks. This can include tanks for diesel fuel, oil delivery (engine or hydraulic), used oil reclamation, grease delivery, antifreeze, DEF and other fluids based on field maintenance needs.

Thunder Creek Equipment has redesigned its service and lube trailer (SLT) to include a new chassis and front-end design, expanded storage in the front and rear utility boxes, and a modular design that allows owners to add new features and components at any time after purchase. The new SLT features a modular tank design that is capable of holding 440 gal. (1,666 L) of fluid in up to eight tanks with combinations of 25, 55 and 110 gal. (94.6, 208 and 416 L). This can include tanks for diesel fuel, oil delivery (engine or hydraulic), used oil reclamation, grease delivery, antifreeze, DEF and other fluids based on field maintenance needs. “The Thunder Creek SLT provides a significantly lower total cost of ownership compared to full-sized lube trucks with similar capacities and functions,” said Luke Van Wyk, general manager, Thunder Creek Equipment. “We give equipment managers the flexibility to customize their trailer with up to eight fluids, plus separate solutions for DEF and grease in the newly expanded front and rear compartments. All together, it is one of the most comprehensive field maintenance solutions available to heavy equipment fleet operations today. “The ability for owners to easily field install many of these options after their purchase, such as the DEF system and the rear utility box, further allows the trailer to grow with their field service needs.” New SLT Provides Greater Flexibility and Customization The redesigned front-end allows for an additional 100-gal. (378.5 L) DEF storage tank and Thunder Creek’s proprietary 2-in-1 closed DEF distribution system. This can either be

included at the time of purchase or field installed at a later date. The new front enclosure is 23 percent larger than the previous model, and the rear utility box is 56 percent larger. These newly enlarged spaces give owners the opportunity to add toolboxes, workbenches, grease delivery systems and added oil/fluid capacity. In addition to fluid delivery, the SLT is outfitted with either a combination generator/air compressor or an optional 3-in-1 welder/generator/air compressor. This helps power the pneumatic pumps for fluid delivery and other jobsite tools needed for field maintenance. An optional WorkSight light tower with powerful LED lights also is available for performing service work at night. The SLT retains many of the design and performance features of the previous model, including 10-gauge steel tanks, interior LED lighting, and the pneumatic pumping system with reels up to 75-ft. (22.8 m) long. The trailer can be purchased without the rear utility box and combination generator/air compressor for those who prefer to run the air off of their truck. The redesigned front-end and chassis also helps make the trailer more maneuverable, and it features better access to working areas via hatch-style doors and ergonomically positioned components. The fenders are removable, and holes are pre-drilled into the frame to move the axle position and ensure proper weight distribution for owners who add features after the initial purchase. For more information, call 866/535-7667 or visit ThunderCreek.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

44 Locke Road Concord, NH 03301 877-767-0655 603-717-0390 Fax: 603-717-7035 150 North Plains Industrial Road Wallingford, CT 06492 888-828-7767 203-626-7670 Fax: 203-774-0071

A.G.ALLEBACH

Tracey Road Equipment www.traceyroad.com 6803 Manlius Center Road PO Box 489 East Syracuse, NY 13057 315-437-1471 800-872-2390 Fax: 315-437-4041 1523 Route 11 North Kirkwood, NY 13795 607-775-5010 800-370-9488 Fax: 607-775-5104 300 Middle Road. Henrietta, NY 14467 585-334-5120 866-950-6210 Fax: 585-334-5127 19598 Cady Road (Exit 44 - Watertown Center - off I-81) Adams Center, NY 13606 315-788-0200 888-335-0200 Fax: 315-788-3227 115 Railroad Ave. Ext. Albany, NY 12205-0306 518-438-1100 866-740-8853 Fax: 518-438-4430

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A.G. Allebach, Inc. PO Box 321 1690 Quarry Rd Kulpsville, PA 19443 215-368-7707 Fax: 215-368-9955

E.W. Sleeper Company, Inc. www.ewsleeper.com 391 Loudon Rd. Concord, NH 03301 603-225-6711 Fax: 603-225-4918


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Stephenson Equipment, Inc. Prospect Park, PA 610-534-0700 Harrisburg, PA 800-325-6455 Wilkes-Barre, PA 866-667-6756 Pittsburgh, PA 800-692-7600

Binder Machinery Company www.bindermachinery.com 2820 Hamilton Avenue South Plainfield, NJ 07080 908-561-9000 Fax: 908-753-1644 Winslow, NJ 856-767-5900

Edward Ehrbar, Inc. www.ehrbar.com 4 Executive Plaza Yonkers, NY 10701 914-738-5100 601 Coates Ave. Holbrook, NY 631-563-7600 New York City, NY 718-626-3331 42 Kenosia Ave. Danbury, CT 203-743-0088

Lucky’s Trailer Sales www.luckystrailers.com 402 Vermont Route 107 South Royalton, VT 802-763-2585 Fax 802-763-2492 28 Jasper Mine Road Colchester, VT 05446 802-893-6565 Fax 802-893-6604

Ditch Witch Mid-States www.ditchwitchmidstate.com 3660 Interchange Road Columbus, OH 43204 614-443-9751 888-DITCHWITCH FAX: 614-443-9219

Vermeer Mid Atlantic, Inc. www.vermeermidatlantic.com 8830 Corridor Rd. Annapolis Junction, MD 20701 301-498-5200 800-492-1274 Fax: 301-498-8720

9052 Marshall Road Cranberry Township, PA 16066 724-742-2844 888-DITCHWITCH FAX: 724-742-2877

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Contact your local dealer: Chadwick-BaRoss Westbrook, ME 207.854.8411

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Contact your local dealer: Chadwick-BaRoss Westbrook, ME 207.854.8411

Penn-Jersey Deptford, NJ 856.227.6400

Bangor, ME Frenchtown, NJ Contact your local dealer:908.824.4200 207.942.4838 Caribou, ME Dealer Name 207.498.2547

Lionville, PA Dealer Name 610.363.9200

Concord, NH City, ST 603.224.4063

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Highway Equipment & City, SCo. T Supply 123.456.7890 Harrisburg, PA 717.564.3031

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McClung Logan Equipment City, ST Company, Inc.123.456.7890 Baltimore, MD 410.242.6500 City, ST Manassas, VA 123.456.7890 703.393.7344 Winchester, VA Dealer Name 540.722.3700 Chesapeake, VA City, ST 757.485.3314 123.456.7890 Richmond, VA City, ST 804.266.0000 123.456.7890 Roanoke, VA

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Vantage Equipment 123.456.7890 Latham, NY 518.220.9500 City, ST 123.456.7890 Batavia, NY 585.344.1931 City, ST

Syracuse, NY 123.456.7890 315.437.2611 Woodco Machinery Dealer Name Woburn, MA 781.935.3377 City, ST 123.456.7890 City, ST 123.456.7890 City, ST 123.456.7890

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

Pulp, Paper Mill Combines Sennebogen Machines Mondi, the international packaging and paper company based near Prague, CZ, is operating three widely different models of Sennebogen log-handling equipment to support the same mill. In total, the Mondi log-handling fleet consists of five machines including 835, 825 and 735 models. Two stationary 835 electric material handlers are the centerpieces of the new log yard, feeding materials into the wood processing area. Two 825 M machines handle truck-loading requirements, while the 735 “pick & carry” unit moves and stacks wood between the yard’s storage areas. Mondi has operated one of its largest pulp and paper factories in Št tí, approximately 26.7 mi. (40 km) north of Prague, since 1949. Log yard logistics were reorganized recently, and the Sennebogen machines formed the core of its new fleet. Site manager Tomáš Wojnar reports that half of the operation’s logs are delivered by train, and loaded directly from the wagon into the wood processing area. The two Sennebogen 835s, powered by 215 HP (160 kW) electric motors, stand directly alongside the tracks. The stationary machines are mounted on a 20 ft. (6 m) high pylon with a total reach of 200 ft. (60 m). see SENNEBOGEN page 102

Two Sennebogen 835 machines on stationary pedestal mounts are estimated to reduce operating costs by about 50 percent with their electric-drive.

Rubble Master, Ambrose Equipment Host Demo Event Rubble Master and Ambrose Equipment Co. partnered to host a two-day, live demo on Sept. 16 and 17 in Belmont, Mass. The event allowed local New England contractors a firsthand look at the RM70GO! and RM90 compact crushers with representatives from both companies available to answer any questions and provide them with a thorough breakdown of the machine. The RM 70GO! 2.0 is a compact mobile crusher that provides an extremely high output. It meets the most demanding expectations in terms of flexibility and handling, and The RM 70GO! 2.0 is a compact mobile crusher that produces up processes a wide range of materials: to 120 tons (109 t) of cubic high-quality grain per hour. Weighing rubble, asphalt, concrete and medium- Rubble Master and Ambrose Equipment Co. partnered to host a just 19 tons (17 t), the RM 70GO! 2.0 is amongst the most lighthardness natural rock, according to the two-day, live demo on Sept. 16 and 17 in Belmont, Mass. weight crushers. manufacturer. It produces up to 120 tons (109 t) of cubic high-quality ing buckets loads of old asphalt into a 3/4 in. material with a mineral materials into high-quality cubic aggregate. With an efficient diesel consumption, it processes up to 160 ton (145 grain per hour. Weighing just 19 tons (17 t), the RM 70GO! single pass at the demo. The RM90, boasting a John Deere 6 cylinder Diesel t) of material per hour. 2.0 is amongst the most lightweight crushers. Additionally, Using the wireless remote control, RM mobile impact the RM 70GO! 2.0 is powered by a Deutz diesel 4 cylinder Engine, was demonstrating its ability to crush concrete into engine, which allows the machine to operate on minimal fuel drainage stone and also a 3/4 in. recycled material. With its see AMBROSE page 102 in a whisper quiet environment. The RM70GO! was crush- versatile and profitable features, the RM90 transforms all


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The NEW 1100DS Track Mounted Impact Crusher MILTON CAT www.miltoncat.com Contractor and recycling customers in ME, RI, VT, NH, MA and state of NY , excluding New York City and surrounding counties 100 Quarry Drive Milford, MA 01757 508-634-3400 14 Kendrick Road Wareham Industrial Park Wareham, MA 02571 508-291-1200 84 Concord Street North Reading, MA 01864 978-276-2400 2158 Plainfield Pike Commerce Park W #10 Cranston, RI 02920 401-946-6350 Route 2, One Cat Lane Richmond, VT 05477 802-434-4228

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SH280 Stump Hog for Fecon’s FTX128 Boasts Impressive Torque, Wheel Speed Fecon Inc.’s SH280 Stump Hog stump grinder for the company’s FTX128 track carrier brings big performance and robust construction to the job when powered by the 60-gpm/4,600-psi high flow of the FTX128. The SH280 delivers impressive torque and wheel speed of 1,000 rpm through a large displacement direct drive 227cc hydraulic motor and the large 28.75 in. (73 cm) diameter wheel is swept from side to side with the ergonomic control of the FTX128 joystick. The dedicated auxiliary low flow of the tractor powers the sweep function so no performance is taken from the high flow power to the wheel, according to the manufacturer. This powerful combination enables operators to be more productive, moving quickly from stump to stump in the quiet and comfortable enclosed FTX128 cab. Working from the enclosed cab also means working comfortably in the ambient heat or cold, or when rain might otherwise stop work entirely. The SH280 stump hog is a complementary extension to the growing number of approved attachments that make FTX128 owners more versatile. The SH280 is a high performance solution for stumps after mulching with Fecon’s BH85SD-4 mulching attachment or felling trees with the company’s FBSD1500 bunching shear. For more information, call 800/528-3113 or visit www.fecon.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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H.O. PENN MACHINERY CO., INC. www.hopenn.com Contractor and recycling customers in lower thirteen counties of NY state, and in the state of CT 122 Noxon Road Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 845-452-1200 699 Brush Avenue Bronx, NY 10465 718-863-3800 783 Bloomingburg Road Bloomingburg, NY 12721 845-733-6400 660 Union Avenue Holtsville, NY 11742 631-758-7500 225 Richard Street Newington, CT 06111 860-666-8401 Contact our Aggregate Specialists In CT call Scott Gilligan 860-461-6534 In NY state call Kevin Kretschmer 646-315-2284

Fecon Inc.’s SH280 Stump Hog stump grinder delivers impressive torque and wheel speed of 1,000 rpm through a large displacement direct drive 227cc hydraulic motor and the large 28.75 in. (73 cm) diameter wheel is swept from side to side with the ergonomic control of the FTX128 joystick.


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MELLOTT COMPANY www.mellotts.com Aggregates, quarry, contractor & recycling customers in MD, VA, WV, DE, and NC. Aggregates and quarry customers in NJ and NY, excluding New York City and surrounding counties. 100 Mellott Drive Warfordsburg, PA 17267

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Improve the efficiency and profitability of your crushing operation with the redesigned Lokotrack® LT106™ jaw plant. New features, including a radial side conveyor, high inertia flywheels, and an IC700™ process control system, ensure high productivity, user-friendly operation, and good mobility in tough crushing applications. The LT106 is also available with Metso’s Fleet Management technology, providing remote monitoring of functions, parameters, and location for more efficient operation. Find out more about profitable crushing at metso.com/showroom/aggregates #TheMetsoWay

WHITNEY & SON, INC. www.whitneyandson.com Aggregates and quarry customers in CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, & VT 95 Kelley Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420

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Live Demos Highlight MB Crusher’s Presence at MINExpo As a newcomer to MINExpo, the American subsidiary of MB Crusher in Italy gave live performances of its crushing attachment and displayed a drum cutter and screening attachment designed for loaders at its booth. This was the first time the subsidiary displayed its drum cutter and loader screening attachment product lines at an exhibition. MB Crusher America Inc. had live crushing demonstrations of the BF135.8 crusher attachment on a Hyundai excavator. It crushed granite to a 4-in. (10 cm) minus for MINExpo attendees. The BF135.8 crusher attachment is designed for excavators weighing over 94,000 lbs. (42,638 kg). It has an adjustable output setting from a 1.5-in. (4 cm) minus to a 6-in. (15 cm) minus. The productivity rate can get up to 115 cu. yds. (88 cu m) per hour, about 170 tons (154 t) per hour, at a 6-in. minus output adjustment. “We had people tell us during the demo that they have not seen a machine like our BF135.8 crushing attachment. It’s a machine we

The MB-R800 drum cutter has a direct drive twin-motor system and runs on the hydraulic system of the excavator. It is designed to cut, grind, mill, or till surfaces and hard materials.

The MB-LS170 screening attachment is designed for wheel loaders and backhoe loaders weighing between 14,000 and 24,000 lbs. (6,350 and 10,886 kg).

MB Crusher America Inc. had live crushing demonstrations of the BF135.8 crusher attachment on a Hyundai excavator.

believe will help miners with their jobs,” said Miriano “Max” Ravazzolo, C.E.O. of MB Crusher America. “Our BF90.3 crusher bucket is being used by Kinross at Round Mountain Gold for its gravity plant. And our BF150.10 crusher bucket is being used by a major mining company.” On the other side of its booth, the company displayed its MBR800 drum cutter and MB-LS170 screening attachment. Both are new products created within the year. The MB-R800 drum cutter has a direct drive twin-motor system and runs on the hydraulic system of the excavator. It is designed to cut, grind, mill, or till surfaces and hard materials. The drum cutter is used in these areas of application: demolition, refurbishment, trenching, quarries, excavating, special foundations and road building. The MB-LS170 screening attachment is designed for wheel loaders and backhoe loaders weighing between 14,000 and 24,000 lbs. (6,350 and 10,886 kg). It has a load capacity of 1.6 cu. yds. (1.2 cu m) and a basket depth of 35 in. (89 cm). It is created with a cone-shaped basket to increase production and allow contractors to quickly sift through material

without residue. The MB-LS170 can screen mixed materials; sift wet and dry materials; and clean superficial powder from natural stones. In the past year, the company has expanded its product line to include several models and sizes of grapples, drum cutters and a new line of screening attachments designed for skid loaders, backhoes and loaders. In addition to its expansion, MB offers magnetic separators and dust suppression kits for its crushing and screening attachments, which just last year was not an option for screening attachments. MB’s attachments are ideal for quarries and mines, mineral processing, on-site processing, gold mine projects and gravity plants. Besides the mining industry, MB products have a wide scope of work that includes demolition, excavation, road work, pipeline work and environmental reclamation projects. For information, call 855/MBCRUSH or visit www.mbamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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CEMCO Offers Efficient, Productive Turbo 80 VSI Crusher CEMCO Inc.’s Turbo 80 VSI crusher is an efficient, highly productive vertical shaft impact crusher capable of processing a variety of aggregate materials and industrial minerals. Available in two models, the Turbo 80 offers a mid-sized option powerful enough to process materials up to 4-in. (10 cm) wide into a uniform, cubical, crushed, high-quality product. Fully customizable, from internal components to portable or stationary configuration, the Turbo 80 is ideal for multiple industries including aggregates, energy production, mining and recycling, according to the manufacturer. The standard Turbo 80 features a single-drive motor with input horsepower capabilities up to 400. A compact yet powerful option, this model weighs 19,000 lbs. (8,618 kg) and produces throughputs up to 275 tph (249 t). Featuring an optimally balanced V-Twin motor design, the Turbo 80 V-Twin offers greater power input and higher product output. The dual-drive Turbo 80 is available with up to 600 hp, weighs about 25,000 lbs. (11,340 kg) and offers production capabilities up to 350 Available in two models, the Turbo 80 offers aggregate, energy production, mining and recycling contractors a mid-sized option powertph (317.5 t). ful enough to process materials up to 4-in. (10 cm) wide into a uniform, cubical, high-quality product. Combining advanced internal components with the principles of centrifugal force, the Turbo 80 crushers offer effi- material. Additional combination options are available, the standard Turbo 80 is available with options such as cient, economical operation. Material enters through the providing further customization for various materials and internal wet kits for sticky material, dust control systems, diesel motors and automation software. wear-resistant adjustable feed tube at the top of the crush- customer needs. By producing a consistent, ideally shaped product, the CEMCO provides VSI crushing equipment in more er and drops onto an impeller table or closed rotor, depending on internal configuration. Revolving at a rate of Turbo 80 ensures higher production of saleable material than 27 countries to the majority of the world’s largest pro500 to 1600 rpm, centrifugal force directs the material with less waste. Not only is this more efficient and eco- ducers and green-friendly companies. Its complete line of from the impeller and casts it at speeds exceeding 300 ft. nomical, it’s crucial in meeting ever-changing state DOT VSI crushers ranges from the Turbo 35 to the Turbo 175 (91.4 m) per second against a stationary, abrasive-resistant specifications. Cubed fines provide stronger asphalt in and is available in diesel, electric, stationary and portable options. anvil. The material shatters on natural impact points, comparison to slivered or elongated material. The Turbo 80 has been designed for maximum uptime resulting in uniform, cube-shaped material with minimal About CEMCO slivered, “slabby” product. Heavy-duty, self-aligning and longevity, with minimal maintenance requirements. CEMCO Inc. has more than 50 years of experience in spherical roller bearings enable the unit to handle dynam- The unit’s upper and lower double-row spherical-bearing pedestal system offers the longest operational life of any designing and manufacturing a full line of TURBO VSI ic loads of up to 163,000 lbs. (73,935 kg). The final product size produced by the Turbo 80 is con- VSI crusher due to CEMCO’s customized lubrication sys- crushers that provide solutions for a variety of recycling trolled by the combination of rotor size and type, rotor tem. Designed to maintain the proper quantity of clean, applications, including cement, glass, ceramic tile, dryspeed and other configurations, all determined by each cool oil on the bearings, the system reduces maintenance wall, brick, roofing tiles, copper slag and steel slag. customer’s needs. Internal configuration options can be and repairs while increasing longevity. Further, the Turbo CEMCO offers a number of portable and stationary crushadjusted to modify product output, depending on the cus- 80 VSI crushers are equipped with a hydraulic lid lifter ing systems, including the patented Glass Gator glass and Camlock system to provide quick internal access for crushers, which are easy to maintain and highly energy tomer’s application and desired material. efficient. CEMCO ships around the world from its manuSpecifically designed for highly abrasive materials, the easy routine inspection and maintenance. For added convenience, the Turbo 80 is the first crush- facturing plant in New Mexico. optional SuperChipper rotor and Anvil Ring combination For more information, call 505/864-1200 or visit is ideal for customers processing material such as basalt, er to be offered as a truck-mounted portable unit. Able to cement clinker, glass, abrasive quarry rock and granite. maneuver itself to the material face, the hydraulically www.cemcoturbo.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Alternatively, crushers can be equipped with a Shoe Table powered, track-mounted Turbo 80 eliminates the need to rotor and Rockshelf anvil for medium- to low-abrasion transfer material to the crusher. In addition to portability, Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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MILTON CAT www.miltoncat.com Contractor and recycling customers in ME, RI, VT, NH, MA and state of NY , excluding New York City and surrounding counties 100 Quarry Drive Milford, MA 01757 508-634-3400 14 Kendrick Road Wareham Industrial Park Wareham, MA 02571 508-291-1200 84 Concord Street North Reading, MA 01864 978-276-2400 2158 Plainfield Pike Commerce Park W #10 Cranston, RI 02920 401-946-6350 Route 2, One Cat Lane Richmond, VT 05477 802-434-4228

Larger than any other vibrating screen from Haver & Boecker, the XL-Class is intended for high tonnage production rates, yet designed for low maintenance, easy operation and increased reliability.

Tyler XL-Class Vibrating Screens Work for Highest Production Needs The Tyler XL-Class vibrating screen from Haver & Boecker combines advanced exciter drive technology with a wide body to offer better screening action and more throughput, according to the manufacturer. Larger than any other vibrating screen from Haver & Boecker, the XL-Class is intended for high tonnage production rates, yet designed for low maintenance, easy operation and increased reliability. Traditionally developed for copper and iron ore, the XL-Class is suitable for almost any application, which either requires above average production rates and/or above standard process reliability. Exciter drive technology ensures smooth operation and high uptime. The linear stroke is generated by counter weights, which are mounted on two machined shafts and spin in opposite direction via two heavy duty spur gears mounted in a nodule iron casting. This casting mounts to the rugged, reliable FEA (finite element analyzed) exciter bridge. The bridge is the main exciter support, and transmits dynamic force through the entire structure. In addition to better operation, the exciter design increases bearing life up to 50,000 hours. This makes the XL-Class the screen of choice for applications requiring maximum reliability, including SAG mill processes, or the feeding of key components such as blast furnaces in the steel industry, according to the manufacturer. Designed for the highest production rates, the XL-Class offers large screening surfaces, up to 390-sq. ft. (36 sq m), allowing it to replace up to two inclined screens in virtually the same footprint. This enables the XL-Class to effectively handle incredible production rates up to 15,000-tons (13,608 t) per hour and cut sizes from 1/4- to 5-in. (.6 to 12.7 cm) with varying degrees of incline. In addition, the XL-Class can be configured as a banana screen. The decks are sloped

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MELLOTT COMPANY www.mellotts.com Aggregates, quarry, contractor & recycling customers in MD, VA, WV, DE, and NC. Aggregates and quarry customers in NJ and NY, excluding New York City and surrounding counties. 100 Mellott Drive Warfordsburg, PA 17267

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New Responsibilities…

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Atlas Copco Mining, Rock Excavation and Construction has appointed Shawn Cheney to the position of business line manager — rock drilling tools, and Jason Blais to Cheney’s former position as vice president of specialty stores. Torbjorn Redaelli, president and general manager of Atlas Copco Mining, Rock Excavation and Construction LLC, said, “Shawn’s industry experience with distributors, business lines and store channel sales, coupled with his strong results-driven approach, makes him well suited for this position.” Cheney joined Atlas Copco as the vice president of its Road Construction Equipment company in 2010 after holding a variety of management positions over 13 years for other companies. Redaelli said, “The vast experience Jason has held in several positions during his career with Atlas Copco, not to mention his own experience as an end-user in the industry, gives him a unique skillset and the overall expertise in the mining and construction business to ensure his success in his new position.” After joining Atlas Copco Construction and Mining as a service technician and sales support representative in 1997, Blais assumed the position of technical product specialist and service coordinator, becoming a demo and training specialist in 1999. In 2001 Blais became an area sales manager until his promotion to store manager of the Abingdon, Md., customer center in 2007. Blais also was product manager of down-the-hole drilling products and most recently regional manager of Atlas Copco stores in the Southeast USA region since 2012. Redaelli said, “Jason’s industry expertise and the emphasis on customer satisfaction he has consistently exhibited throughout his 20-year career in sales and support roles combine to make him the perfect choice for this assignment.” For more information, call 800/732-6762 or visit www.atlascopco.us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Furukawa Rock Drill USA Introduces HCR1100-ER Drill With Increased Impact Furukawa Rock Drill USA, a manufacturer of blast hole drills, hydraulic breakers and various other attachments for skid steers, mini-excavators, backhoes and excavators, is introducing a high performing blast hole drill that delivers better penetration than its predecessor with increased impact — all while offering enhanced fuel efficiency, according to the manufacturer. When coupled with the Furukawa HD822 drifter, the HCR1100-ER Drill is proven to minimize

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

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U.S. Congressman John Katko (L) discusses his platform with Jerry Tracey.

Interested buyers seek information on the Hyundai excavators from factory representatives.

Mark Armel (L) of Sakai discusses compaction and density with Alex Dewitt of the town of Onondaga.

Jesse Weller (L), inside sales, and Tom Collins, Tracey Road Equipment used equipment manager, are ready to assist customers who wish to purchase a New Holland skid steer.

The Loader Rodeo gave operators the opportunity to put Hyundai, Kawasaki-KCM and Liebherr loaders through their paces.

Holder Trucks offer endless possibilities for municipalities. This one is equipped with a boom mower and end dump.

Tracey Road Equipment has supplied NYSDOT and countless towns, cities, villages and counties with Western Star, Freightliner and Oshkosh trucks.

Pat Steger, highway superintendent of the town of Niles, takes an up-close look at a Freightliner truck with Glen Plaisted, factory representative of Freightliner.

Tom Krick (L) and Zack Rissey of Hi-Way Equipment show off the new XTS dual auger body that offers better clean out, less carry over and lower maintenance.

Tracy Saunders, president of W.F. Saunders, stands proudly with her 1925 Mack truck that has remained in the W.F. Saunders fleet all these years.


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Significant Growth Spurs Upgrades to Vital U.S. Route

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The final contract ($63.4 million) for the work — Section 330, awarded to Allan A. Myers LP began in April 2013.

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The project called for the expansion and rebuilding of Section 300 of U.S. Route 202 in Chester County, Pa.

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This part of U.S. 202 is located in the heart of the Great Valley Corporate Center between King of Prussia and West Chester. It lies in proximity to major business parks, shopping centers and residential neighborhoods.

The improvement of U.S. 202 Section 300 has been a priority of Chester County since the 1990s due to stifling traffic congestion and its aging infrastructure. UPGRADE from page 1 highway in 2014. In 2015, crews rebuilt the northbound side of U.S. lies in close proximity to major 202 and traffic ran in the median business parks, shopping centers and on the southbound side. The and residential neighborhoods. final phase of work in 2016 was U.S. 202 is a vital artery in the the reconstruction of the center of Philadelphia Region and its proxU.S. 202. imity to several business centers in “Travel on U.S. 202 through Chester County make it an invaluthe Section 300 is much better able transportation resource. The now because the corridor is open purpose of the improvement projto six travel lanes,” he added. ect is to relieve weekday traffic “Motorists realize the importance congestion, which is a daily occurof this project, which includes rence in Section 300 where U.S. new ramps and improved signals 202 reduces from six lanes to four at the Route 401 interchange.” lanes and where eastbound U.S. PennDOT photo Construction workers were pro30 (Exton Bypass) traffic merges PennDOT rebuilt and widened U.S. 202 tected with a glare screen barrier onto northbound U.S. 202. Section 300 to improve traffic flow, reduce to create isolated work zones and PennDOT rebuilt and widened congestion and enhance safety. access points that permitted crews U.S. 202 Section 300 to improve to reach the work sites and traffic flow, reduce congestion and enhance safety. U.S. 202’s former pavement and bridges allowed for materials to be delivered. “We started work on the final phase just before were worn, deteriorated and in need of replacement. PennDOT added a third northbound and southbound travel Christmas,” said David Palmer, a project manager with lane along the 6.5-mi. (10.5 km)-long section of the highway. Urban Engineers Inc., the firm serving as PennDOT’s conSix lanes of U.S. 202 now tie into the six-lane section to the struction manager. “The final phase involved the construction of the concrete north from the Route 252 Interchange to Interstate 76 in King of Prussia. This northern part of U.S. 202, Section 400, glare screen and concrete median shoulders. ” The barriers were prefabricated and were installed as was rebuilt and widened from 1999 to 2003. The new U.S. delivered. 202 Section 300 also ties into U.S 30. “The Department held progress meetings every other The overall project cost $266 million, which includes $228 million for the five construction contracts and close to week and discussions occurred daily,” said Blaum. “The $37.4 million for preliminary engineering, final design, util- work was well-executed and well-orchestrated. The winter ity relocations, and right of way acquisitions. The improve- wasn’t tremendously harsh, other than a few storms.” While anticipated, some of the earlier grouting work still ment project is financed with 80 percent federal and 20 perposed a challenged. cent state transportation funds. “We had to perform compaction grouting under three “The contractor [Allan Myers] advanced the project from the start and maintained four travel lanes on U.S. 202 during structures — the Chester Valley Trail culvert, the Route peak travel times” said Blaum. “This project required U.S. 401 bridge, and the bridge that carries U.S. 202 over 202 to be rebuilt in stages and we’ve done this through a Planebrook Road,” said Palmer. “Each location required series of traffic shifts. Initially, the contractor strengthened compaction grouting in advance of starting the substructure the shoulders and moved traffic onto them. Then traffic was work. The solutions were prepared in advance and ended shifted to the northbound side and to the center to allow up more involved than anticipated. We did an initial round crews to reconstruct and expand the southbound side of the see UPGRADE page 148


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CLEVELAND BROTHERS www.clevelandbrothers.com Murrysvile, PA 888-232-2016 Harrisburg, PA 717-564-2121 Clearfield, PA 814-765-1611 Ephrata/Lancaster, PA 717-859-4905 Erie, PA 814-898-3388 Frackville, PA 570-874-3560 Indiana, PA 724-463-8743 Kane, PA 814-778-5250 Mansfield, PA 570-662-7171 Mount Pleasant, PA 724-696-4080 Pittston, PA 570-883-1044 Somerset, PA 814-445-7915 State College, PA 814-237-8338 Turbotville, PA 570-538-2551 Wilkes-Barre, PA 570-822-8141

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Plasterer Equipment Co., Inc. 2550 E. Cumberland St. Lebanon, PA 717/273-2616 800/225-4001 3215 State Rd. Sellersville, PA 215/258-5700 800/523-2209 400 Stoke Park Rd. Bethlehem, PA 610/867-4657 800/587-9790 640 Lowther Rd. Lewisberry, PA 717/938-6568 866/787-0001 www.plasterer.com


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Annual AGC Golf Outing Benefits Scholarship Fund SANTARO from page 28

Equipment manufacturers, dealers and contractors combine their resources to assure that New York State construction firms have a ready supply of highly trained students in the pipeline for the future growth of the industry. (L-R) are Mark Armel, Sakai; Kevin Murphy, Liebherr; Brian Garrett, Tracey Road Equipment; Peter Iwanicki, Savannah Civil; and Peter Paragon, Paragon Environmental.

Turning Stone Resort and Casino’s beautifully manicured courses provide an amazing backdrop for the scholarship’s fundraiser.

(L-R) are Russ Huta; Ken Barth; Ken Rifenburg; and Matthew Scott, all of Albany, N.Y.’s Rifenburg Construction.

Heavy highway contractors, CCI Companies Inc., was represented by Doug Fusillo, Tim Evans and Nick Fusillo.

One of western New York’s leading asphalt producers and paving companies, Midland Asphalt, was represented by (L-R) Brad Collins, Tim McNally and Bill Coleman.

(L-R) are Charlie Reller, Reller Risk Management; Brian Hanlon, Slate Hill Contractors; Jeff Smith, J.C. Smith; and Jeff Hanlon, Slate Hill Contractors.

(L-R) are Joe Rizzo, Upstate Paving; Dave Gates, Broome Bituminous Products; Don Basley, D.A. Collins; and Dave Perry and Mike Courchaine, both of Milton CAT.

Milton CAT’s George Maggiolo (L) catches up on industry trends with IronPlanet’s Tim Delaney.


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Murphy Tractor Celebrates Opening of New Pa. Facility

Bomag rollers are available to buy or rent at the Harmony, Pa., store.

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John Deere backhoes were on display at the grand opening.

Several compact equipment units were on display, including this John Deere 317G compact track loader with a broom.

Murphy Tractor & Equipment’s WorkSight Solutions Specialist Jason Welch spoke with attendees about this John Deere 700K LGP SmartGrade dozer equipped with integrated grade control.

Ken (L) and Tom (R) Dulemba of Tom Dulemba Excavating show off their door prize presented by Candace Jindra of Murphy Tractor & Equipment.

Craig Wolfley (C), former Pittsburgh Steeler and Minnesota Viking, came to the open house to greet customers. He also talked with Claude Bynum (L) and Alan Frederick, Murphy Tractor parts representatives. Wolfley podcasts weekly on The Craig Wolfley Podcast.

Katie (L) and Laura Riley helped customers register for all the wonderful door prizes.

Tom Udland (L), Murphy Tractor & Equipment president, came from company headquarters in Park City, Kan. He joins Harmony branch manager Sean Riley in welcoming visitors to the grand opening celebration.

Sean Riley (R), Murphy Tractor area sales manager, welcomes customers to the grand opening.

Future customer Joey Ciz has a blast in the miniexcavator.


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Political Pundits New Dover AFB Runway Opens; More Deliver Keynote Runway Renovations Scheduled Luncheon Speech DOVER from page 1

UTCA from page 37

Tino Garcia (R), immediate past president of UTCA of New Jersey, presents Rob Culnen of C & H Agency with the Larry Gardner Memorial Award.

Cal Thomas, syndicated conservative political columnist and analyst, addresses UTCA attendees during the Keynote luncheon.

Bob Beckel, political analyst and pundit, makes the liberal case for this year’s presidential election during the UTCA’s keynote luncheon.

government members and members of the 436th Airlift Wing, 512th AW, 166th AW and Joint Base McGuireDix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. The ribbon-cutting ceremony commemorated the completion of Phase II of runway construction and celebrated the effective partnerships between various organizations at every level of cooperation that culminated in the successful conclusion to this phase. It featured static C-5M Super Galaxy and C17A Globemaster III displays, which were made available for viewing and tours, and concluded with the touchdown of a C-5M and C-17A, the first to land on the newly reconstructed Runway 01-19. This runway closed Feb. 2, 2015, for a complete renovation intended to extend its lifespan an additional 50 to 75 years with proper maintenance and upkeep. The construction project reached a stage in which the intersection of both runways required maintenance in February 2016, temporarily decreasing Runway 14-32’s effective length from 12,900 to 6,000 ft. (3,932 to 1,829 m), limiting the operational capabilities of Team Dover’s C-5M Super Galaxy fleet. For eight months, the C-5M fleet was temporarily moved to JB MDL to ensure the continued success of the Air Force’s global mobility mission. A contingent of C-5 maintainers and other support Airmen plus their equipment operated at JB MDL during this time. With the reopening of Runway 0119 these Airmen and assets will be able to return to Dover AFB. To date, prime contractor and subcontractor construction crews have placed more than 220,000 cu. yds. (168,202 cu m) of concrete materials, installed 1,040 lighting fixtures with 209 mi. (336 km) of cable, moved 51 acres of dirt, installed 5,000 linear ft. (1,524 m) of box culvert and placed 123,000 sq. yds. (102,844 sq m) of asphalt. Most of the concrete pouring was conducted during the night. Though the runway has reopened, runway construction is not yet complete. As the construction moves into Phase III, Dover AFB’s shorter Runway 14-32 will close to allow construction on a portion in close proximi-

U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jared Duhon

A C-17A Globemaster III lands on runway 01-19 during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 23, 2016, on Dover Air Force Base, Del.

U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman William Johnson

(L-R): Airman 1st Class Joseph Cho, 436th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron; Tony Price, subcontractor representative; Jeff Wagonhurst, Versar Inc. president and CEO; Col. Scott Durham, 512th AW commander; Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del.; Col. Ethan Griffin, 436th AW commander; Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del.; Rep. John Carney D-Del. representative; Robin Christiansen, Mayor of Dover; and Airman 1st Class Paula Padilla, 9th Airlift Squadron loadmaster.

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This C-5M Super Galaxy is the first aircraft to land on the newly reopened and reconstructed runway.

ty to Runway 01-19 as well as several taxiways. All construction is slated for completion during the summer of 2017, ending the 28-month long, $112 mil-

lion construction project. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


Pages 119-124

Snow and Ice Section For more information on snow-clearing equipment and spreaders, visit CEG's Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

Buyers Products Introduces SnowDogg VUT65 Snowplow for Utility Vehicles Buyers Products’s SnowDogg VUT65 plow for utility vehicles is ruggedly designed and versatile, offering operators aggressive snow removal in tighter spaces, with more control, according to the manufacturer. Features of the new plow include: • Optimized weight, designed to work with most full-size utility vehicles • Simple, rugged design featuring Buyers’ signature stainless steel for increased durability • Optimal V-plow design with narrow, 60-in. (152 cm) width (at V), a 70-degree attack angle and fast-acting hydraulics • Aggressive flared moldboard is specifically

designed to move the maximum volume of snow coupled with a simple, torsional trip edge for smooth plowing • Double-acting cylinders provide powerful backdragging • Greasable hinge pin for easy maintenance • Standard, wire-reinforced blade guides • Digital controller with large, glove-friendly buttons and one-hand use “This plow really brings a world of new options for UTV plowing,” said Dave Zelis, director of sales and marketing at Buyers Products. “Farm, municipal, professional and private users will benefit through increased use, flexibility and durable design of the VUT plow.”

The SnowDogg VUT65 plow for utility vehicles offers aggressive snow removal in tight spaces.

For more information, visit SnowDogg.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Fisher Engineering Updates Poly-Caster Line of Spreaders Fisher Engineering, has updated its Poly-Caster hopper spreader. The new features improve the efficiency of the Poly-Caster spreader by making it easier for operators to control and optimize their spreading operations, according to the manufacturer. More efficient material dispersal and greater spread control can now be achieved with the enhanced dual vari-

able-speed control, which is compact in size, fits easily into most trucks and allows operators to change delivery and spread according to conditions. Four standard accessory buttons and a dedicated blast button provide optimum in-cab efficiency, and an easy-to-understand digital self-diagnostics LED display alerts the operator when the hopper is empty or requires adjustments.

Also offering added convenience to operators are an enclosed accessory hub for easy plug-n-play accessory integration and convenient work light and dump buttons located at the rear of the hopper. The updated Poly-Caster now incorporates Fleet Flex technology, a universal wiring and control system that gives fleet managers the added advantage of quick and easy interchanges between electric hopper spreaders.

Hiniker’s Model 975 Electric Spreader Features Dual Motor, Large Capacity

Hiniker Company’s Model 975 dual-motor electric salt and sand spreader features a large 4-cu. yd. (3 cu m) capacity. The spreader uses a 5.75-in. (14.6 cm) diameter auger conveyor system to provide positive delivery control with no material carry-back into the truck bed. Two electric motors provide independent variable speed control of the auger and the spinner for precise rate and pattern control. With no conveyor chain, far fewer bearings, and 12-volt electrical motor power, maintenance needs are cut to a minimum. The unit also features blast control for quick, extra dense applications and a reverse switch to clear jams quickly and easily. A convenient tip-up spinner assembly makes unloading unused material simple and provides easy trailer hitch access. For more information, call 507/625-6621 or visit www.hiniker.com.

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

More efficient material dispersal and greater spread control can now be achieved with the enhanced dual variable-speed control, which is compact in size, fits easily into most trucks and allows operators to change delivery and spread according to conditions.


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2000 Sterling L7500, Unit# 521942, Engine Caterpillar 3126B 300, Transmission MD3560P........................................$41,900

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Hydraulic Attachments Do Double Duty for Contractors By Rich Elliot ATLAS COPCO CONSTRUCTION TOOLS DIVISION

Hydraulic attachments serve a dual purpose: They can be used in both demolition and deconstruction applications, from buildings and tunnels to bridges and roadways. Demolition requires breaking down materials, such as asphalt, concrete and rebar into small, transportable pieces that are taken to a landfill or sorting yard. Deconstruction, on the other hand, means dismantling and sorting materials for recycling or proper disposal. In both cases, whether you are disposing or recycling, contractors gain the advantage of greater productivity when they have the right tool for the job. Break It Down Regardless of whether material will be disposed or recycled and repurposed, it must be removed, and there are a wide variety of attachments that contractors can use to do this. Breakers — ranging from 120 to 22,000 lbs. (54 to 9,979 kg.) — are the go-to choice for demolishing materials. These attachments provide the force to break up some of the toughest materials, which Using a variety of attachments on demolition and deconstruction projects can help optimize productivity and profits. earned them their name. But when One example where cutter-crusher combo Copco CC3300 Combi Cutters and four of it comes to attachments and what they can help increase efficiency. For example, a cutter that can crush concrete and cut steel, such attachments have played an integral role in the company’s hydraulic breakers to demoldo, breakers just scratch the surface. Pulverizers crush and separate reinforced as rebar, at the same time helps boost pro- the success of a job was during a bridge proj- ish the bridge. The Combi Cutters and concrete from steel, which makes them ideal ductivity and reduces time spent on the job. ect in Colorado. The Colorado Department breakers started in the middle of the bridge for demolishing or deconstructing cement The demolished materials are then easily of Transportation chose an Accelerated and worked outward. As the breakers struck Bridge Construction, or ABC, approach to rebar, the cutters came over, sheared through columns in parking garages and building sorted. Cutters like these can often be equipped improve operations at Denver’s Pecos Street the bars and moved to the next spot. Despite entrances. These attachments quickly eat through concrete and rebar with as much as with a wide range of jaws. Universal, or U- and Interstate 70 interchange. Staker Parson having only four hours to complete the job, 350 tons (317.5 t) of cutting force and 110 Version, jaws, for example, are perfect for Company had only four hours to demolish the crew finished by deadline with minimal cutting general structural steels, separating the old bridge and move a replacement cleanup — and the new bridge was opened tons (100 t) of crushing force. Pulverizer attachments cleanly separate steel from concrete and demolishing heavi- bridge into place. In addition to the tight to traffic on schedule. In addition to the accuracy of attachments rebar from concrete, so they’re ideal for sec- ly reinforced concrete. Other jaws, such as deadline, the existing bridge was still in good ondary demolition and sizing reinforced the S-Version, are for cutting steel and shape, which made it harder for crews to like the Combi Cutters, drum cutters are a demolishing steel materials with scissor-like demolish. concrete materials. see DEMOLISH page 132 The demolition crew used two Atlas Other attachments serve two purposes to cutting heads.


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WANTED: ENCLOSED CAB FOR GALION 503L I AM LOOKING FOR AN ENCLOSED CAB FOR GALION 503L ROAD GRADER, THAT I CAN INSTALL AIR CONDITIONING IN CONTACT: RICHARD PH: 817-219-2521 LEAVE MESSAGE EMAIL: LINDALOUK@HUGHES.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CASE 850D LOOKING FOR LOW HRS.CASE 850D PREFERABLY WITH A WINCH CONTACT: JAMES HOPKINS EMAIL: MTRAY10@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CONSTRUCTION & AG MANUALS NEW OR USED BUYING NEW OR USED CONSTRUCTION AND AGRICULTURE SERVICE, PARTS AND OPERATOR MANUALS. EQUIPMENT DEALERS & PRIVATE COMPANIES, IF YOU HAVE MANUALS , AND YOU NO LONGER NEED THEM PLEASE WANTED: CATALYTIC CONVERTERS. GIVE ME A CALL OR EMAIL. I BUY WE BUY COMMERCIAL CATALYTIC CONVERTER'S AND PAY TOP DOLLAR LARGE & SMALL LOTS. JOHN DEERE, ON THE SPOT. BRANDS WE BUY: CAT, KOMATSU, CASE, NEW HOLLAND, DODGE, FORD, CAT, FREIGHTLINER, VOLVO, DOOSAN AND SO ON. PETERBILT, KENWORTH, MAC, ETC. CONTACT: JOHN WHITNEY WE CAN PAY $50-$175 EACH PH: 5308640771 CONTACT: JOHN FORD EMAIL: WHITNEYJ65@YAHOO.COM PH: 814-779-9208 FAX: 5308640771 EMAIL: KCANON.ERS@OUTLOOK.COM FAX: 814-779-9208 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: N-2926 GENERATING PLANT WANTED: CAT 79U D3 ENGINE TOTAL 60 MW. PREFER WITH FOUR 15 LOOKING TO BUY A COMPLETE MW GAS UNITS 50 HZ. CAN BE NEW OR ENGINE OR BLOCK ONLY FOR A CAT USED. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE D3 79U ENGINE SERIAL #45V9767 SEND FULL DETAILS, PICTURES AND ENGINE ARRANGEMENT #4N169 PRICE. CONTACT: PATRICK CONTACT: VICTOR LEBRON PH: 901-205-8305 PH: 864-574-0404 EMAIL: PMAN287@GMAIL.COM EMAIL: APESALES@ –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KENWORTH RIGS ASAP! I AM AMERICANPLANTANDEQUIPMENT.COM LOOKING FOR A SINGLE OR FLEET OF FAX: 864-576-7204 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KENWORTH RIGS, W900, OR IN THAT WANTED: BULLDOZER D11T SERIES, WITH SLEEPERS, LOW BULLDOZER D11T ENC CAB WITH RIPMILEAGE, IN GOOD RUNNING CONDIPER BETWEEN 2000 AND 3000 HOURS. TION. NOTE: PLEASE NO DEALERS I CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN AM A SERIOUS BUYER I WILL BUY PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975 ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. EMAIL: CONTACT: JOHN FORD JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA PH: 814-779-9208 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EMAIL: KANIN.ERS@OUTLOOK.COM WANTED: FINAL DRIVE, 120B CAT P/N –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1R5123 WANTED: BULLDOZER KOMATSU CONTACT: WAYNE 355WITH RIPPERS. NEED BULLDOZER PH: 912-682-4536 «3« KOMATSU 355 WITH RIPPER ONLY EMAIL: NEAR GEORGIA OR NEW YORK FROM DRYBRANCHVILLAGE@GMAIL.COM CONTRACTORS ONLY NOT ADVERFAX: 912-239-5594 TISED MUST BE CLEAR PLEASE. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN WANTED: BULLDOZER D6MXL WITH PH: 1-450-346-8975 OR 1-514-386-8975 RIPPER UNDER 6000 HOURS ONLY I EMAIL: NEED 2 NOT ADVERTISED USER NEAR JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA NEW YORK UNDER 25000US NO JUNK –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN WANTED: CAT 773F, CAT 772 AND CAT PH: 1-450-346-8975 OR 1-514-386-8975 770 ROCK TRUCKS. WE ARE LOOKING EMAIL: TO PURCHASE IMMEDIATELY: CAT JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA 773F, CAT 772 AND CAT 770 ROCK –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRUCKS, 2006 TO 2013 MODELS WITH WANTED: DEERE 644K WHEEL LESS THAN 12,000 HOURS, WELL LOADER 4 YD GENERAL PURPOSE MAINTAINED WITH RECORDS, QUANTI- BUCKET TY NEEDED: 2 TO 4 CONTACT: FRANK @ GROFF TRACTOR CONTACT: MARK OR JOHN PH: 800-33-GROFF PH: 519-686-1123 EMAIL: FRANKHORAN@ EMAIL: GROFFTRACTOR.COM SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM FAX: 732-780-3618 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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• Wausau, WI October 28 - 29, 2016 For: Wisconsin Contractors 51st Annual Auction

UTILITY AUCTIONS

• Shrewsbury, MA Sat., October 29, 2016 For: Heavy Vehicles & Equipment

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS

JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS

www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • North Franklin, CT October 28 - 29, 2016 For: 2 Day Heavy Equipment & Truck Auction

A Ritchie Bros. Company

www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., October 28, 2016 For: Construction, Utility & Forestry Equipment

WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700

HOUSBY AUCTIONS

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., October 27, 2016 For: Construction Equipment

• Kenmore, WA Sat., December 3, 2016 For: Heavy & Contractors Equipment & Vehicles

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 3, 2016 For: Truck & Trailer Auction

• York Springs, PA Fri., October 21, 2016 For: Southern PA Contractors Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 10, 2016 For: Construction Equipment

WSM AUCTIONEERS

• ONLINE ONLY November 2, 2016

• ONLINE ONLY November 30, 2016

• Prospect, CT Sat., December 3, 2016 For: Construction Equipment

• Syracuse, NY Sat., October 22, 2016 For: Onondaga County area Municipal & Contractor Equipment Auction. NYS Fairgrounds.

• Warm Springs, OR November 16 - 17, 2016 For: Sawmill Equipment

• ONLINE ONLY November 9, 2016

• Long Island, NY Sat., January 7, 2017 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more

McGREW EQUIPMENT COMPANY

www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563

• ONLINE ONLY Tues., October 25, 2016 For: Englert Partners Equipment Reduction Auction

• ONLINE ONLY October 26, 2016

www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087

RTI AUCTIONS

• Cave Junction, OR November 2 - 3, 2016 For: Public Auction - Rough & Ready Lumber, LLC

• ONLINE ONLY October 26, 2016

DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC.

• Panama City, FL Wed., December 7, 2016 For: Absolute Auction – Triangle Asphalt, Inc.

• Marietta, PA Fri., December 9, 2016 For: Truck, Trailer & Equipment

www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493

www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558

• Albany (Greenwich), NY Fri., December 30, 2016 For: Final Auction of Year – Late Model Construction Equipment

• Denver, CO Wed., November 9, 2016 For: Construction Equipment

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION

HESS AUCTIONEERS

• Las Vegas, NV Sat., December 10, 2016 For: Large Job Completion & Rental Returns

• ONLINE ONLY November 16, 2016

• Greenville, SC Sat., November 19, 2016 For: One Owner Absolute Retirement Auction

www.rollerauction.com 866-515-1668

• Forks, WA Thurs., October 27, 2016 For: Winney Construction Retirement Auction

www.housby.com 866-218-6266

• Atlantic City, NJ Sat., December 17, 2016 For: Rental Equipment

ROLLER AUCTIONEERS

www.jjkane.com 855-GO2-KANE

www.murphyauction.com 800-426-3008

• Flandes (Roxbury Twp), NJ Sat., October 22, 2016 For: Public Auction – George Mohr Excavating, LLS

• Man, WV Tues., November 1, 2016 For: One Owner Absolute Retirement Auction

J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS

• Kansas City, MO Thurs., October 27, 2016 For: Heavy Vehicles & Equipment

HENDERSON AUCTIONS

www.mmaauction.com 864-947-7888

• Gastonia, NC Sat., October 29, 2016 For: Utility Equipment & Trucks

• ONLINE ONLY Closes October 24, 2016 For: Strack Construction Retirement Auction

BIG IRON AUCTIONS

• ONLINE ONLY November 9, 2016

www.IronPlanet.com 888-433-5426 • Kissimmee, FL February 13 – 17, 2017 For: Unreserved Public Auction – Leading Equipment Brands

• South Beloit, IL Sat., October 22, 2016 For: Heavy Vehicles & Equipment

• Vienna, WV Fri., December 9, 2016 For: Trucks, Construction & Oil Field Equipment

• Manassas, VA Fri., December 16, 2016 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more

IronPlanet AUCTIONS

www.hansenandyoung.com 715-837-1015

• Atlanta, GA Tues., December 6, 2016 • Sacramento, CA Tues., December 6, 2016

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• Chehalis, WA Fri., October 21, 2016 • North East, MD Tues., October 25, 2016

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MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC.

• ONLINE ONLY December 14, 2016 • ONLINE ONLY December 28, 2016

JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com 601-450-6200 • Brooklyn, MS November 11 - 12, 2016 For: Construction & Farm Equipment, Heavy Trucks & more

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY

JOEY MARTIN AUCTIONEERS

www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898

www.joeymartinauctioneers.com 864-940-4800

• Cadiz, OH Wed., November 2, 2016 For: Absolute Complete Liquidation Anthony Mining Company

• Blairsville, GA Sat., October 22, 2016 For: Job Completion & Fleet Reduction Auction

www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 17, 2016 For: Truck & Trailer Auction

• Princeton, MN Sat., December 10, 2016 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com 800-443-9580

www.wsmauctioneers.com 623-936-3300 • Phoenix, AZ Sat., November 12, 2016 For: Live Public Auction

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 3, 2016 For: Construction Equipment

ROBERT H. CLINTON & COMPANY, INC. www.rhclintonauction.com 610-847-5432

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Darlington, PA Thurs., November 17, 2016 For: Construction Equipment • Kissimmee, FL February 6 – 11, 2017 For: 43rd Annual Consignment Auction


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Digga’s MM-10K Anchor Drive Ideal for Multiple Apps

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With a maximum theoretical output torque of 10,378 ft.lbs., the new Digga MM-10K Anchor Drive, manufactured by Iowa-based Digga North America, delivers more powerful performance than comparable units for increased overall productivity, according to the manufacturer. The result of more than 30 years of experience in the design and manufacture of planetary gearboxes and drives, the Digga MM-10K anchor drive is engineered for use on mini-loaders, skid steers and excavators. The new planetary gearbox-driven anchor drives will work effectively on auxiliary flows of up to 18.5 gpm (70 Lpm) to accommodate the wide range of units on the market today, and comes complete with a unit-specific mounting plate for easy installation and set-up. The Model MM-10K drive is ideal for the tight overhead conditions of most helical piling applications and was specifically designed for multiple applications where dual axis four-way swing capabilities (FWD-REV-LFT-RGT) are required. Offering the four-way swing design ensures that the exact job requirements will be achieved without purchasing more than is needed for the application, according to the manufacturer. In addition to the design characteristics of this anchor drive unit, it carries an additional advantage as well. Digga’s MM-10K is covered by a one-year warranty on the hydraulic motor, and lifetime shaft pull-out warranty for extra protection. For more information, call 563/875-7915 or visit www.diggausa.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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The Digga MM-10K anchor drive is engineered for use on mini-loaders, skid steers and excavators. The new planetary gearbox-driven anchor drives will work effectively on auxiliary flows of up to 18.5 gpm (70 Lpm) to accommodate the wide range of units on the market today, and comes complete with a unit-specific mounting plate for easy installation and set-up.

Important Auctions

Friday, October 21: MANCHESTER,NEWHAMPSHIRE: Complete Liquidation (15)Telescopic Forklifts, (5)Warehouse Forklifts, (35)Boom & Scissor Lifts, Air Compressors, Welders, Generators, (10)Light Plants, Skid Steers, Rubber Tired Loaders, Loader Backhoes, Support, Attachments, Large Quantity New JLG Parts. 2. Friday, October 21: QUERETARO, MEXICO: Late Model Cat, Case, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks and Trailers, Support, Attachments. 3. Saturday, October 22: ROCHESTER(DANSVILLE),NEW YORK:Large Municipal Cat & John Deere Construction Equipment, Support, Attachments, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Trailers. HILITES: (4)2016 Cat 926M, 2014 Cat 924K, (4)2016-2015 Cat 262D, (2)2010 KOBELCO SK200LC, (10)2016 Tagalongs, (10)2010 Magnum Light Plants, Agricultural Tractors. 4. Thursday, October 27: AMARILLO, TEXAS: Complete Liquidation. Secured Creditors Auction. HILITES: Jaw and Impact Crushers, Screens, Conveyors, Crawler Tractors, Rubber Tired Loaders, Motor Graders, Articulated Dump Trucks, Rotary Mixers, Tractor Loader Backhoes, Vibratory Rollers, Mack Truck Tractors, Water Trucks, Dump Trucks, Service Trucks, Belly Dump Trailers, Tag Trailers, Cargo Trailers, Pickup Trucks, Generators and much more including Attachments and Support Equipment. 5. Friday, October 28: KISSIMMEE (WINTER GARDEN), FLORIDA: Rental Return of Late Model Construction Equipment, (10)Late Model Kobelco SK210LCs, Cat, Komatsu, John Deere, JLG and Genie Aerial Lifts, JLG and Skytrack Telescopics PLUS Air Compressors, Welders, Lite Plants, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Equipment Trailers, (28)Skid Steers. 6. Saturday, October 29: WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: Rental Fleet Equipment Auction One Owner, Very Nice Midi and Mini Construction Equipment, Attachments, Tools, Support Equipment. 7. NEW DATE-Saturday, November 5: BOSTON (PLYMOUTH), MASSACHUSETTS: Late Model Snow Equipment. Rubber Tired Loaders, Cat, Case, JCB, Snow Trucks, Pickups, Snow Accessories, Earthmoving Equipment, Skid Steers, Crawler Tractors, Air Compressors, Welders, Light Plants, Support Equipment. 8. Tuesday, November 8: HOUSTON, TEXAS: Late Model Construction Equipment, Cranes, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers, Attachments and Support. 9. Saturday, November 12: AUGUSTA, MAINE: 2 Complete Liquidations Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Attachments, Support Equipment and Complete Water Well Drilling Estate. 10. Friday, November 18: WOOSTER, OHIO: Rental Fleet Equipment. Cat, John Deere, Bobcat, Komatsu Hydraulic Excavators, Rubber Tired Loaders, Crawler Tractors, Booms, Scissors, Skid Steers, Forklifts, Light Plants, Air Compressors, Generators, Tagalongs, Attachments, Support Equipment. 11. Saturday, November 19: ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS:Late Model Bucket Trucks, Digger Derrick Trucks, Boom Trucks, Service Trucks, Vans, Pickups, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Light Plants, Generators, Welders, Air Compressors, Forklifts, Boom & Scissor Lifts, Rubber Tired Loaders, Loader Backhoes, Skid Steers and Attachments. 12. Monday, November 21: WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO: 2DAYAUCTION,DAY1: Very Large Late Model Agricultural and Construction Equipment Auction. Farm Tractors and Agricultural Implements, Haying, Forage and Tillage Equipment, Lite Construction Equipment, Support and More. 13. Tuesday, November 22: WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO: 2DAYAUCTION,DAY2: Very Large Late Model Agricultural and Construction Equipment Auction. Farm Tractors and Agricultural Implements, Haying, Forage and Tillage Equipment, Lite Construction Equipment, Hydraulic Excavators, Skid Steers, Tractor Loader Backhoes, Crawler Tractors, Support and More.

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NEW DATE-Saturday, November 26: CANASTOTA,NEW YORK: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Snow Equipment, Support, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers. 15. Tuesday, November 29: DALLAS(FT.WORTH),TEXAS: RENTALS, RENTALS, RENTALS. Construction Equipment, Forklifts, Aerials, Trailers, Attachments. HILITES: (4)Kobelco SK210LC. 16. Thursday, December 1: SAN ANGELO, TEXAS: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Large Quantity Hydraulic Excavators, Aerials, Forklifts, Light Plants, Skid Steers, Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers. 17. Friday, December 2: BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS: One Owner Liquidation. Save This Date. Something Very Special. 18. NEW DATE - Tuesday, December 6: JOHNSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA: Large Cat, Komatsu, John Deere, Euclid, Mining and Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Attachments, Support Equipment. 19. Friday, December 9: VIENNA, WEST VIRGINIA: Unbelievable Very Late Model Oil Field Trucks (years up to 2013), Late Model Cat Construction and Oil Field Equipment (years up to 2015), Attachments and Support. 20. Saturday, December 10: LASVEGAS,NEVADA:Large Job Completion and Rental Returns-2 Auctions in One Day. Late Model Construction, Utility Equipment, Telescopic Forklifts, Warehouse Forklifts, Booms and Scissors, Hydraulic Excavators, Loader Backhoes, Rubber Tired Loaders, Air Compressors, Welders, Generators, Utility Vehicles, (25)JD, Kawasaki, Kubota 4-Wheelers. 21. Friday, December 16: MANASSASVIRGINIA:Late Model Cat Construction Equipment, Kenworth and Peterbilt Dump Trucks, Pickups, Aerials, Attachments, Support Equipment. 22. Saturday, December 17: ATLANTICCITY,NEWJERSEY: Rentals, Rentals, Rentals- Cat, Case, Komatsu, John Deere Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks, Trailers, Attachments, Support. HILITES INCLUDE: Over 20 2016 Cat 926M Rubber Tired Loaders, (10)2016 Cat 262D Skid Steers from Arctic Snow & Ice Control. 23. Friday, December 30: ALBANY (GREENWICH), NEW YORK:Final Auction of the Year. Rental Returns. Late Model New Holland, Cat, John Deere Construction Equipment and Telescopic Forklifts, Booms & Scissors, Attachments, Tools, Trucks and Trailers. 24. Saturday, January 7: LONGISLAND,NEWYORK:Late Model Construction Equipment, Cat, Komatsu, Case, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Pickups, Support Equipment. 25. Sunday, January 8: SYRACUSE, NEW YORK: Light Construction Skid Steers, Mini Excavators, Forklifts, Attachments, Large Quantity New Electric Motors, Large Quantity Racking and Shelving, Support Equipment, New Buildings and Tents. 26. Saturday, January 14: COLUMBUS (DELAWARE), OHIO:Very Late Model Cat, Case, Komatsu, Bobcat Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Truck Trailers, Support Equipment & Attachments. 27-35. Saturday, January 28 to Sunday February 5: THE24TH ANNUAL 9-DAY FLORIDA AUCTION: Where the Best Equipment is the Norm, not the Exception. The Greatest Auction On Planet Earth. Primarily selling 2015-2016 Construction, Aerial Equipment, Trucks and Trailers. 36. DTBA: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Attachments, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers.

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Ritchie Bros. Conducts Largest-Ever Two-Day Auction,

Ritchie Bros. conducted its largest-ever two-day auction in the United States on Sept. 28 to 29.

As the pipeline construction event of the year, with more than 175 crawler pipelayers and other equipment up for sale, bidders turned out in huge numbers on site and online from around the world.

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itchie Bros. conducted its largest-ever two-day auction in the United States on Sept. 28 to 29. More than 3,400 equipment items were sold in Columbus, Ohio, for more than $76 million. Approximately $61 million of the equipment was sold on day one of the auction — the largest single sale day the company has ever had in the United States. As the pipeline construction event of the year, with more than 175 crawler pipelayers and other equipment up for sale, bidders turned out in huge numbers on site and online from around the world. More than 3,600 bidders from 52 countries registered to bid in the auction, including 2,500-plus online — surpassing the previous Columbus attendance record by 36 percent. Approximately 91 percent of the equipment was purchased by U.S. buyers, including 21 percent purchased by Ohio buyers. International buyers purchased approximately 9 percent of the equipment from such countries as Singapore, South Africa and The Netherlands. “This was a truly unique event — it’s not often you sell more than $31 million in pipelayers in a single auction,” said Terry Dolan, president of Ritchie Bros. in the United States and Latin America. “This week we showcased our ability to build and market a successful pipeline event and reach the right buyers from around the world, even with the current state of the oil and gas market. This wasn’t just a Columbus auction; this was a global event. We attracted equipment from consignors across the United States, marketed it to the world, generated strong demand and pricing and achieved record results.”

Pete Culicerto (L) and Bob Runions, Leslie Equipment Company, W.Va., attend the auction. (L-R): Josh Poston, Ohio representative of Rudd Equipment Company, joins Marcela Newman and Albert Medcalf, Rudd Equipment Company, Louisville location, during the auction.

(L-R): Steve Weaver of Yak Mat and Justin Dick of Upstream Services talk with James Schulte of CAT Pipeline Machinery International, based in Texas.

Steve Oyster (L) and Dave Maier, both of Highlift Equipment/Valco Equipment, attend the auction.


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Selling More Than $76M of Pipeline, Heavy Equipment Beside the massive selection of pipelayers, the auction also featured 135 excavators, 110 dozers and more than 235 truck tractors, 210 trailers and much more. Equipment in the auction was sold for more than 265 owners, including more than 70 items for Denver, Co., based Cross Country Pipeline Supply Company Inc. “We’ve been selling and renting equipment to pipeline contractors for 35 years,” said John James, president of Cross Country Pipeline Supply. “We were looking to liquidate some of our surplus equipment. We talked to Ritchie Bros. and chose them because of their expertise in marketing to people in our industry. Turnout at the auction was great and overall we ended up with better results than we expected.” see RITCHIE page 144

“This was a truly unique event — it’s not often you sell more than $31 million in pipelayers in a single auction,” said Terry Dolan, president of Ritchie Bros. in the United States and Latin America.

Brothers Mike Johnson (L) of Michigan CAT and Chris Johnson of Alta Equipment Company enjoy their time at the sale. Bruce Knapp (L), Anderson Equipment Company, and his son, Jeffery Knapp of Commercial Credit Group, spend some quality time at the Ritchie Bros. auction.

(L-R): Dan James, Larry Kane and Kipp Savage, all of J&S Maintenance, based in Zanesville, Ohio, take a closer look at the machines.

Butch Graham, Ritchie Bros., finds the next bid during the record-breaking auction.

(L-R): Tim Keane, Ritchie Bros., greets Richard Pierson and John Kernan, both of Diamond Materials, Wilmington, Del.


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2-DAY MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION With Equipment From

ELMORE ASSOCIATES, INC., & F&J, INC. (Complete Dispersal Final Phase) & REBCO INC. (Undercarriage Specialists) & TROCOM CONSTRUCTION CORP. (Per Order U.S. Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of N.Y. Chapter 11 Proceedings Case 15-42145)

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 8:30 AM INVENTORY OF EXCAVATION, CONSTRUCTION, COMPACTION, PAVING, CRUSHING & SCREENING EQUIPMENT, HEAVY & MEDIUM DUTY TRUCKS, TRAILERS & FLEET VEHICLES

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and labor groups, including the Chamber of Commerce. Most significantly, it had the backing of Christie, Democratic Senate President Steve Sweeney and Democratic Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto. They announced the deal together at a news conference. “When you get in these jobs, you have to do what’s right. You can’t just say no,” Sweeney said. The transportation trust fund expired three months ago, and Christie ordered the shutdown of transportation projects. Christie had said he would only support a plan that represented “tax fairness,” or cutting other taxes if the gas tax was going to increase. The measure decreases the sales tax from 7 percent to 6.875 percent by January and to 6.625 percent by July. It would phase out New Jersey’s estate tax, changing the threshold from $675,000 to $2 million in 2017 and eliminating it completely in 2018. The deal includes raising the earned income tax credit, which helps low-income

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residents, from 30 to 35 percent for the current tax year, as well as increasing the tax exclusion on retirement income over four years to $100,000 for joint filers. Veterans would get a personal exemption for state income taxes under the measure. Christie and leaders call the new measure, which would boost the transportation trust fund from $1.6 billion to $2 billion a year, a compromise. Not everyone is happy about the deal, though. Both Republicans and Democrats have spoken out against it. Radio host Bill Spadea of NJ101.5 FM has dedicated his morning drive-time program to defeating the gas tax and pressuring lawmakers to vote against it. During the Senate vote, he stood on the chamber floor and tweeted out photos of lawmakers who supported the bill, promising voters would “remember in November.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation Anthony Mining Company Wed., Nov. 2, 2016 – 9:00AM Cadiz, Ohio (Steubenville, OH/Pittsburgh, PA Area) Crawler Tractors: (3) CAT D11N • `95 CAT D9N • `85 CAT D9L • CAT D9H • (2) CAT D9G • CAT D8K • KOMATSU D65E-6 Hydraulic Excavators: `95 CAT 375L • `93 KOMATSU PC650LC-5 • (3) CAT 245B • (2) CAT 245 • CAT 235 Rubber Tired Loaders: `93 CAT 992D • `90 CAT 992C • (2) CAT 980F • (2) CAT 966D Motor Grader and Scraper: CAT 14G • TEREX TS24C End Dumps: (5) TEREX 3309 • `75 EUCLID R50 Rotary Drill: DRILLTECH D40K Crawler Trucks: (2) `88 IHC F9370 Tri-Axle Dumps • Service Trucks • Fuel Trucks • Water Trucks Trailers: (2) EAST 30’ Aluminum Dumps • TRAILSTAR 33’ Aluminum Dump • (3) Flatbed Trailers • (5) Aluminum Storage Trailers Parts: LARGE Quantity of New and Used Parts Including Rebuilt Major Components • Buckets • Attachments • And More! PLUS: Coal Crushers • Generators • Pumps • Salem 1600 Coal Auger • NPK Hydraulic Hammer • (6) 7 yd3 Dragline Buckets • and More !

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Approximately 91 percent of the equipment was purchased by U.S. buyers, including 21 percent purchased by Ohio buyers.

Specific equipment highlights included: • 15 Caterpillar 583T crawler pipelayers sold for a combined $7.62 million • 14 Caterpillar 594H crawler pipelayers sold for a combined $3.795 million • Five 2008 Caterpillar 572R series II crawler pipelayers sold for a combined $1.725 million • Two 2008 Caterpillar 587T crawler pipelayers sold for a combined $1.4 million • Eight 2012 Caterpillar D8T crawler tractors sold for a combined $2.58 million • Three Caterpillar D7E crawler tractors sold for a combined $860,000 (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

(L-R): Jon St. Julian of Columbus Equipment Company talks with Eric Emch and Bill Kuhar, both of Ohio CAT, at the auction.


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Guests Enjoy Tours of New Murphy Tractor Facility MURPHY from page 114

BusinessCalendar

To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. STAFDA – Specialty Tools & Fasteners Distributors Association Welcome to STAFDA! STAFDA is an international educational association comprised of distributors, manufacturers, rep agents, and affiliates (trade press) serving the construction/industrial market. We have 2,500 members from across the globe and have been serving the Construction & Industrial Channel since 1976. UPCOMING EVENTS: STAFDA’s 40th Annual Convention & Trade Show Atlanta, GA November 6 – 8, 2016 Georgia World Congress Center Registration materials will be mailed to members the third week of June. You must be a member to attend! STAFDA has a series of training manuals, along with benchmarking surveys, and over 65 different programs to serve your needs! We encourage you to explore our website and learn more! STAFDA 500 Elm Grove Road – Suite 210 – P. O. Box 44 – Elm Grove, Wisconsin 53122 Phone: 800/352-2981 or 262/784-4774 Fax: 262/784-5059 Info@STAFDA.org Nebraska Land Improvement Contractors Association NLICA CONVENTION PLANNING MEETING DATE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2016 TIME: 1:00 PM PLACE: Holiday Inn Convention Center Kearney, NE For additional information visit www.NELICA.org

Tim Hilton (R), John Deere crawler product consultant, discusses the new 700K SmartGrade dozer with a customer.

Nebraska Land Improvement Contractors Association NLICA BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING DATE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2016 TIME: 6:00 PM PLACE: Holiday Inn Convention Center Kearney, NE For additional information visit www.NELICA.org ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS Fall BIMForum DATES: MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2016 to WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2016 BIM https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS AGC’s 2016 BuildCon Atlanta, GA DATES: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2016 to WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2016 DIVISION and COMMITTEE MEETINGS https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS WebEd: Drone Series Part Four – Insurance Coverage for Drones and Risk Management Strategies for Outsourcing Their Operation and Use DATE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2016 – 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM TECHNOLOGY https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar

Adam Karsten (L), Murphy Tractor general sales manager-compact equipment, and NPK representative Ken Skala.

(L-R) are Mike Slinger, region director, Midwest; Rodney Young, CFO; Tom Udland, president; and Rich Fawson, general manager, product support, all of Murphy Tractor.

ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS WebEd: Hiring and Retaining the Right People for Future Growth DATE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2016 – 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM LABOR and HR https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar

DAY, OCTOBER 29, 2016 Training/Professional Development https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2016 Utility Infrastructure Conference DATE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2016 https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS WebEd: Lean and the Specialty Contractor: Successfully Implementing Lean as the Primary Advocate on a Project DATE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2016 - 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM TRAINING/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2016 AGC Highway & Transportation Construction Conference Phoenix, Arizona DATES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2016 to SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2016 DIVISION and COMMITTEE MEETINGS https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS Advanced Management Program Dallas, Texas DATES: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2016 to FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2016 TRAINING/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS WebEd: Smarter Construction – Superior project delivery from start to finish with collaborative project management DATE: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2016 – 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM TECHNOLOGY https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS WebEd: Cybersecurity Webinar Series DATES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2016 to FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2016 TECHNOLOGY https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar TDWI Seminar in New York 2016 New York//October 17-20, 2016 Modern Data Modeling Seminar Location: India House One Hanover Square • New York, NY 10004 Monday, October 17: Business Information and Modern BI: Balancing OLAP, Analytics, and Performance Management Tuesday, October 18: TDWI Dimensional Data Modeling Primer: From Requirements to Business Analysis Wednesday, October 19: Advanced Dimensional Modeling: Techniques for Practitioners Thursday, October 29: Data Modeling in the Age of Big Data If you register to become a Premium Member of TDWI at the time of your seminar registration, you can attend at TDWI Premium Member rates. Please contact us at 425/277-9201 or registration @tdwi.org. All non-member registrations for three or more days include a one-year TDWI Premium Membership. You may decline Premium Membership on the registration form. Missouri Land Improvement Contractors MLICA Board of Directors and Committee Meetings DATE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2016 LOCATION: Bobcat of St. Louis-Columbia 1101 North Lenway, Columbia, MO TIME: 10:00 AM For more information, contact Deb Dickens, Executive Director. Phone: 573/634-3001 Email: MLICA@aol.com

managers, grounds managers, interior plant scrapers, international importers, irrigation experts, lawn & garden centers, lawn & landscape professionals, merchandisers, buyers, oem engineers, plant care pros, rental dealers, retailers, turf care experts, trade & national consumer media. The GIE+EXPO is an annual event. Future Show Dates: October 18-20, 2017: October 17-19, 2018: October 16-18, 2019. For more information on this event, contact info@gieexpo.com; Phone: 800/558-8767; 812/949-9200. Fax: 812/949-9600. Visit https://tradeshowz.com/gieexpo. AWWA Water Infrastructure Conference & Exhibition, Phoenix, AZ, American Water Works Association DATES: Sunday, OCTOBER 30, 2016 to Wednesday, NOVEMBER 2, 2016 LOCATION: Phoenix, AZ Booth: 301 AWWA Water Infrastructure Conference 2016 It’s time to solve America’s water infrastructure challenges! The Water Infrastructure Conference & Exposition is AWWA’s newest conference, and this year’s focus will be on addressing water infrastructure planning and reinvestment strategies, critical infrastructure protection through comprehensive emergency preparedness efforts, and enhanced security measures. Copperleaf is excited to be attending this brand new event. For more information: http://www.copperleaf.com/news/events/awwa-waterinfrastructure-conference-2016/. North American Crane Bureau, Inc. (NACB, Inc.) LIFTING & LOAD HANDLING TRAINING EXPO DATES: OCTOBER 17th – 20th, 2016 WHERE: ORLANDO MARRIOTT LAKE MARY, ORLANDO, FLORIDA Changes are constantly happening in our industry. New federal regulations and ASME standards are written, safety gear is modified and tools of our trade are continually updated. However, you can stay on top of the crane and lifting world by spending a valuable time at our 2016 Lifting and Load Handling Training Expo. Who should attend? • Safety Managers • Lift Directors • EHS Managers • Plant Managers • Lift Planners • Riggers • Risk Managers • Crane Operators NACB Professionalism, quality and integrity - Worldwide Innovators in Lifting & Load Handling Solutions. Find out More! Call Toll Free: 800/654-5640 or Fax: 407/869-8778 for more information! You can also go to www.cranesafe.com. AASHTO Annual Meeting 2016 DATES: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2016 to TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2016 American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Annual Meeting (AASHTO Annual Meeting) is one of the industry’s most important gatherings of transportation, government and commercial organizations, offering transportation executives the opportunity to network and share the latest in industry policies and innovations. The venue of this event is Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel which is situated in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. AASHTO Annual Meeting 2016 will showcase a wide range of products and services related to transportation sector from the leading exhibitors. Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel 425 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210 PHONE: 617/532-4600 Be a part of AASHTO 2016 Annual Meeting. For Info on Exhibition Opportunities, contact AASHTO’s Trade Fair Manager David Gerhardt at david@corcexpo.com. Phone: 312/265-9664

AGC (Associated General Contractors) of Minnesota DATE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 3016 EVENT: Member Business Meeting/Holiday Reception PLACE: HEARTLAND RESTAURANT, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA Michigan Construction News TIME: 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM November 11 – 15, 2016 (Friday to Tuesday) ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS Denise Woods at AGC of 2016 AGC/CFMA Construction Financial Management American Association of State Highway & Transportation AGC Contact: Officials, 2016 Annual Meeting, Westin Boston Conference Minnesota, 525 Park Street, #110, St. Paul, Minnesota Waterfront Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts. Las Vegas, Nevada 55102. Telephone: 651/632-8929 Fax: 651/632DATES: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2016 to FRIDAY, Contact: AASHTO, 850/224-7775 8928 OCTOBER 21, 2016 Email: info@agcmn.org GIE+EXPO: The Green Industry & Equipment Expo FINANCIAL ISSUES Dealer Day: OCTOBER 19, 2016 https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association (CSDA) to All Attendees: OCTOBER 20-21, 2016 Meet in Puerto Rico for the First Time LOCATION: KENTUCKY EXPO CENTER ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS CSDA is heading to beautiful Puerto Rico for the assoTRADE SHOW EXHIBIT DESIGN – Design, fabrication, ciation’s 45th Annual Convention & Tech Fair. WebEd: Drone Series Part Five national & international logistics & management. How to Manage and Make Effective Use of the Dates: March 14-18, 2017 Green Industry and Equipment Expo (GIE+EXPO) is the Puerto Rico is an ideal location for industry professionAdditional Data that Drones Will Make Available DATE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2016 – 2:00 PM largest trade show for outdoor power equipment, lawn and als to meet, network and relax – a tropical island paragarden equipment, light construction and landscape dise that remains part of the U.S. and is easily accessito 3:00 PM equipment, featuring new products, education and an out- ble for American and international travelers. Technology door demonstration area. This three (3) days green https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar industry trade show is being organized by Interlocking CSDA has chosen the luxurious Gran Melia Resort as the Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI). GIE+EXPO 2016 will convention venue – a highly sophisticated architectural ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS WebEd: Incentive Compensation Best Practices in the showcase a wide range of products and services related to gem nestled on Puerto Rico’s northeastern coast in Coco agriculture sector from the leading exhibitors such as lawn Beach, Rio Grande. The CSDA Annual Convention is US Construction Industry DATE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2016 – 2:00 PM to and garden products, outdoor leisure products, rental attended by owners, managers and operators from conlines, outdoor power equipment, design, build, plant care, crete cutting, polishing and imaging companies as well 3:00 PM turf. The event will accommodate approximately 500,000 as representatives from manufacturers and distributors Labor and HR square feet of exhibit space. Over 20,000 visitors are who support the industry with products and services. https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar expected at this green industry trade show which will fea- Anyone who falls into these categories should join CSDA ture over 750 exhibitors. Visitor profile of this event for this important networking event. Registration opens ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS For more information, visit includes buyers for municipalities, parks & recreation, September. 2016 CLC Leadership Development Conference design & build pros, distributors, equipment dealers, gen- www.csda.org/convention, call 727/577-5004 or Atlanta, GA eral contractors, golf course superintendents & equipment email info@csda.org. DATES: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2016 to SATUR-


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of grouting and then had to go in with secondary holes. Through verification drilling, we identified some areas that required tertiary grouting in-between the previous locations for the stability of the structures.” Urban Engineers also served as the project management firm for the previous widening done on PennDOT photo Section 400 of U.S. 202, Motorists realize the importance of this project, which immediately north of the includes new ramps and improved signals at the Route 401 interchange. current project. “We learned that communications is key to a successful project and this has made the current project a success,” said Palmer, who noted that the new road is a concrete one. “The potential for sinkholes played into the pavement design and a rigid pavement was selected. PennDOT did a cost/benefit analysis based on the area. The northern area of Section 400 was prone to sinkholes because of the underlying karst limestone formations underneath this area of U.S. 202.” A concrete roadway was also installed for the Section 400 work. Palmer noted that subsurface problems occurred on that project PennDOT photo with the construction of a long exit ramp to The purpose of the improvement projtake U.S. 202 traffic to I-76 east. “A considerable amount of sinkhole ect is to relieve weekday traffic congesgrouting was done due to the amount of tion, which is a daily occurrence in voids underneath the area where a new ramp Section 300 where U.S. 202 reduces from lanes to four lanes and where easthad to be built,” he said. “Thankfully, we six bound U.S. 30 (Exton Bypass) traffic have not encountered such issues on the merges onto northbound U.S. 202. Section 300 work, but we were prepared just in case.” The subcontractors include: A-Deck Inc. Volvo ECR235 excavator; a Cat CS56 dirt for light weight fill; Atlantic Concrete roller; a John Deere 605J XLT dozer with an Cutting Inc. for concrete cutting; Callahan RIP GPS; a Cat TL1055C telehandler; a Cat Paving Products Inc. for the soundwalls; 420EIT backhoe; a John Deere 872GP gradG.M. McCrossin Inc. for compaction grout- er; a John Deere 624K wheel loader; a ing; Guidemark Inc. for pavement markings; Roadtec asphalt shuttle buggy; a Cat CB434 Lenni Electric Corporation for electrical and asphalt roller; Cat AP655D and AP1055D intelligent transportation systems; Mattiola pavers; a Weiler W530 road widener; Services LLC for environmental; Gomaco — a concrete paver and a concrete MorganRail Inc. for guide rail; and placer; a Lay-Mor 3-wheel broom; a Stake Strongtown B&K Enterprises Inc. for con- body straight truck; an Attenuator crash truck; and Ford F150, F250, F450, and F550 crete barrier. To complete the project, 319,000 tons trucks. Allan A. Myers’ main yard/shop is 40 (28,939 t) of earth, 95,000 tons (86,182.5 t) of concrete, and 1,000 tons (907 t) of asphalt minutes away from the job site. The firm will be removed, and 142,000 tons (128,820 also rented some property nearby to serve as t) of concrete, 3,000 tons (2,721.5 t) of steel a staging area for the duration of the project. (This story also can be found on and 69,000 tons (62,595.7 t) of asphalt were Construction Equipment Guide’s Web used. Equipment at the construction site includ- site at www.constructionequipmented: Cat 321, 324, 328 and 335 excavators; a guide.com.) CEG


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ADVERTISER INDEX ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..............................101 AED SUMMIT/CONDEX............................................57 ALBAN CAT ..............................................................30 ALEX LYON & SON INC PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ..........................137 ROCHESTER NY 10/22................................140 AMARILLO TX 10/27 ....................................141 KISSIMMEE FL 10/28 W PALM BEACH FL 10/29............................143 BOSTON MA 11/5 AUGUSTA ME 11/12 ......145 WOOSTER OH 11/18 ATTLEBORO MA 11/19 ................................147 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ....................23 ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP ..............................7 ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ..........126,129 ALLU GROUP..........................................................131 ARTIC SNOW & ICE CONTROL PRODUCTS ......122 ATI LEVEL BEST ....................................................132 BAIR PRODUCTS INC ..............................................49 BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC........................................99 BARGAINS ..............................................................133 BECK EQUIPMENT ..................................................42 BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ..........................................26 BINDER MACHINERY CO ..........................................3 BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..................29 CALEDONIA DIESEL LLC ........................................50 CATERPILLAR INC ..................................................51 CEG SCALE MODELS ..............................................43 CEG WANTED ........................................................135 CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ............26,39,42 CLASSIFIED ............................................................134 CLEARSPAN FABRIC STRUCTURES......................57 CLEVELAND BROTHERS ........................................27 CONEXPO ................................................................55 CONSTRUCTION & INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT......80 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ............68,124 DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT..............39 DAVE HALLMAN CHEVROLET ................................42 DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................50 DITCH WITCH OF VIRGINIA ....................................47 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ..........................113 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..............................117 DYNAPAC ................................................................110 EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS ....................................33 EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ................151 EDWARD EHRBAR ..................................................17 EESSCO ....................................................................91 ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ....................................30,46 EMERALD EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS ......................104

EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP ......................103 EQUIPMENT CORP OF AMERICA ..........................38 EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK........................21 FELLING TRAILERS ................................................74 FIVE STAR EQUIPMENT INC (PA) ..........................24 FLUID POWER........................................................128 FOLEY INC..................................................................9 GEHL SKID STEER ................................................107 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ......................102 GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT INC ..................39 GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE) ............................116 H O PENN MACHINERY CO INC ............................16 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL ..........................18 HINIKER ..................................................................121 HORST WELDING /HLA ATTACHMENTS ..............120 HUNYADY AUCTION CO CADIZ OH 11/2 ............................................144 DUNCANSVILLE PA 11/30............................148 BUFFALO NY 11/16 ......................................148 I-STATE TRUCK CENTER ......................................120 IROCK CRUSHERS ..................................................94 IRONHORSE EQUIPMENT INC ..............................38 IRONPLANET KISSIMMEE FL 2/13-17 ................................149 J & J TRUCK EQUIPMENT ......................................53 JESCO ........................................................................6 JOHN DEERE ..........................................................111 K W REESE INC ......................................................56 KAWASAKI - KCM ....................................................66 KLEEMAN..................................................................89 KOBELCO ................................................................63 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ........................64,65,115 KPI-JCI ......................................................................87 KUBOTA ....................................................................59 LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC......................130 MCDEVITT TRUCK CENTER ..................................70 MESSICK’S ..............................................................26 METSO MINERALS CRUSHING ..............................82 METSO MINERALS SCREENING ............................92 MIDLANTIC MACHINERY ........................................13 MONROE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO INC ........94 MUNICIBID.COM ....................................................144 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ....................................131 NEW MILLENNIUM RENTALS..................................41 NEWARK EQUIPMENT CO ......................................56 NORAM ..................................................................109 NORRIS SALES CO INC ..........................................12 NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS ....................128 OKADA AMERICA ....................................................57

OPDYKE INC ............................................................73 PARAMOUNT EQUIPMENT LLC ..............................53 PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ....................................5 PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ....................................96 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC NORTH FRANKLIN CT 10-28-29..................142 PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ..................................25 PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ........................10 POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ..........................105 POWERSCREEN NEW ENGLAND ..........................86 PROFILE PUBLICATIONS ........................................78 RANSOME CAT ..........................................................2 RANSOME EQUIPMENT SALES LLC/LRH............135 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY........................80 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ............................152 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ............................132 ROBERT H FINKE & SON ........................................19 ROCKSTER NORTH AMERICA................................82 ROGERS BROTHERS CORP ..................................73 ROY TEITSWORTH INC WARSAW NY 10/27 ......................................140 RUBBLE MASTER AMERICAS CORP ....................98 SANDVIK MINING & CONSTRUCTION ..................85 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ..................................132 SCREEN MACHINE INDUSTRIES INC ....................97 SDLG ......................................................................123 SENNEBOGEN ........................................................95 SPECIALTY RENTALS & ATTACHMENTS ..............35 ST PIERRE MANUFACTURING CORP ..................122 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ............................11 TEREX CRANES ......................................................61 TEREX FUCHS ........................................................81 THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS..............128 TOWMASTER INC ....................................................71 TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ..........................15 TRAMAC CORP ........................................................53 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES..........................31 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ..............................49 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC WILMINGTON DE 10/28 ..............................142 VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ................................46 VIRNIG ATTACHMENTS ........................................127 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA ............76 WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC..............................24 WHITNEY & SON INC ............................................100 WOODS CRW CORP................................................20

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2012 Takeuchi TW800C Compact Wheel Loader, Stk# 36115, 1108 Hrs......................................................................$56,400

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