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Cuomo Announces $1.595B Moynihan Train Hall Developer

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DelDOT expects to have the roadway open by December of 2018 to start collecting tolls.

H.O. Penn, Sitech Host New Technology Demo...8

SOM photo W.Va.’s I-79 Interchange Project Nears End...14

The Moynihan Train Hall will have more space than Grand Central’s main concourse, housing both Amtrak and LIRR ticketing and waiting areas, along with stateof-the-art security features, a modern, digital passenger experience and a host of dining and retail options.

DelDOT’s $400M U.S. 301 Project to Ease Congestion By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

ALLU Spo nsors De mo Event in New Jersey...28

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Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo unveiled sweeping plans for the complete transformation of the historic James A. Farley Post Office into a world-class transportation hub. At the Association for a Better New York, Cuomo announced the selection of a developer-builder team including three companies, Related Companies, Vornado Realty LP and Skanska AB to redevelop the Farley Building, creating a new 255,000 sq. ft. (23,690 sq m) Train Hall to house passenger facilities for the Long Island Rail Road and Amtrak. see CUOMO page 114

see DELDOT page 100

Cat’s Oberhelman to Retire in 2017

Paving Section ..............57-73 Crawler Loaders, Dozers, Undercarriages & Parts Section ..........................77-87 Snow & Ice Section..119-123 Parts Section....................124 Auction Section ......128-145 Business Calendar ..........138 Advertisers Index ............146

A large road project is progressing as planned in southern New Castle County, Delaware. The new U.S. 301 will reportedly improve safety, manage truck traffic and reduce congestion; support approved and proposed economic development in a key Delaware growth area; enhance the region’s ability to compete for economic development; create needed jobs; improve local access to the Northeast

Corridor Rail (Amtrak), commuter rail (SEPTA) and bus (DART) services; improve livability in the region; and reduce fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. On the project website, DelDOT states that the new U.S. 301 will remove the “neck in the bottle” of the regional highway network, i.e. existing U.S. 301 from the Maryland/Delaware state line to I-95 and its two-lane sections (one lane in each direction); 29 at-grade intersections (18

Caterpillar Inc., Chairman and CEO Doug Oberhelman.

After more than 41 years with Caterpillar Inc., Chairman and CEO Doug Oberhelman has elected to retire, effective March 31, 2017. During his time as Chairman and CEO, Oberhelman has reinvigorated the company’s focus on serving customers while also driving a culture of quality and safety. Oberhelman led the company to its highest sales and revenues peak in its 91-year history in 2012, and,

since that time, has successfully led the company through the unprecedented downturn affecting our key industries. During Oberhelman’s tenure: • Product quality levels have reached historically high levels. • Market position for machines has significantly increased. • New Lean Management processes have simplified and sped production capabilities, improving

product availability for dealers and customers. • The company has increased its quarterly dividend by 83 percent since 2010. • The balance sheet is strong, and at the end of the second quarter of 2016, Caterpillar’s Machinery Energy & Transportation debt-tocapital ratio was 39.0 percent, with $6.764 billion in cash as of June see CATERPILLAR page 110


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On Oct. 15, operating professionals from the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 14-14B took advantage of the opportunity to operate the latest machine control technology offered by Caterpillar and Trimble at Local 14’s training facility in Montrose, N.Y.

14 I-79 INTERCHANGE NEARS COMPLETION IN MORGANTOWN, W.VA. The $22 million project consists of providing a new interchange on I-79 approximately halfway between I-79, at Exit 152 — U.S. 19 Westover/Morgantown (Granville) and I-79, Exit 155 – WV 7 West Virginia University (Star City/Osage/WVU Football Stadium) exits.

18 40 CROWDS GATHER FOR PERMIAN BASIN

DVAED FALL MEETING

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22 MONTGOMERY COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS HOLDS ANNIVERSARY EVENT This event, sponsored by Municibid, marked the 50th anniversary of the association, which was founded in 1966 by Bill Stewart, who was in attendance and honored with a Pennsylvania State Legislature Proclamation and the PECO Crown Lights Award.

DEMO IN DAYTON, N.J.

GYM RENOVATIONS Villanova will soon have to pack its national championship banners and raise them in another gym during a season-long road trip.

96 ‘TRAILER FOR A CAUSE’ AUCTION BENEFITS Felling Trailers wants to bring awareness of and support to those individuals affected by brain tumors.

116 ELFA STUDY REVEALS FINANCING RISES

30 FIVE STAR EQUIPMENT TAKES ON FECON

Seventy-eight percent of respondents in a survey of businesses used at least one form of financing when acquiring equipment in FY 2015, according to the U.S. Equipment Finance Market Study: 2016-2017 released Oct. 24 by the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation.

BY SIX PERCENT LINE, INCLUDING BULL HOG

30 SHERI HOCKNELL JOINS RANSOME CAT AS PRODUCT SUPPORT REP Ransome CAT has appointed Sheri Hocknell as power systems product support representative responsible for New Castle, Salem, Cumberland, Gloucester, Cape May and Atlantic counties.

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144 CONTRACTORS FROM PA., TEXAS RECEIVE NATIONAL SAFETY AWARDS Transportation construction companies from Pennsylvania and Texas were recognized for their outstanding corporate worker safety programs at the 2016 American Road & Transportation Builders Association’s (ARTBA) National Convention in Tucson, Ariz.

86 JOHN DEERE CRAWLER DOZERS WIN RED DOT DESIGN AWARD

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H.O. Penn, Sitech Invite Operators to Test Latest Technology

Attendees line up to operate this Cat 323F excavator equipped with Trimble technology.

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n Oct. 15, operating professionals from the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 14-14B took advantage of the opportunity to operate the latest machine control technology offered by Caterpillar and Trimble at Local 14’s training facility in Montrose, N.Y. Local dealers H.O. Penn Machinery Co. and Sitech Metro Northeast provided representatives and product specialists to assist attendees with the various products on display, which are currently used on job sites. “Educating operators about our products is a mutually beneficial undertaking that helps us provide the very best option for the contractors we serve,” said Marty Callahan, technology solutions, paving specialist and eBusiness sales manager of H.O. Penn. The education of operators also is important to the leadership of Local 14. Tom Gordon, Richard Streeter and Michael Gonoud, co-directors of the journey person and apprenticeship training program of Local 14, work together to further educate operators in order to increase safety on job sites. Union members — from apprentice trainees to full journeymen — come to the facility to enhance their skills and obtain industry certifications. The facility is an accredited training site and offers a number of certifications ranging from NCCCO mobile crane certifications and tower crane certification to NYC OSHA certifications and NYC approved rigging, scaffolding and forklift certifications. In addition, the training facility will soon offer articulating boom crane certification. Classrooms of the advanced facility are see TECHNOLOGY page 142

This Cat D5K2 track-type tractor is enhanced with Trimble technology.

On Oct. 15, operating professionals from the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 14-14B took advantage of the opportunity to operate the latest machine control technology offered by Caterpillar and Trimble at Local 14’s training facility in Montrose, N.Y.

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I-79 Interchange Nears Completion in Morgantown, W.Va.

Unique aspects of the project include the construction of a roundabout and active developer pad grading within project limits. The project will tie the interchange into two new frontage roads, connecting a relocated County Route 46/3 to the west and an extension of University Town Centre Drive to the east of I-79.

By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

A new interchange along I-79 near Morgantown, W.Va., is nearing completion. The project is under the direction of the West Virginia Division of Highways. The $22 million project consists of providing a new interchange on I-79 approximately halfway between I-79, at Exit 152 — U.S. 19 Westover/Morgantown (Granville) and I-79, Exit 155 – WV 7 West Virginia University (Star City/Osage/WVU Football Stadium) exits. The project will tie the interchange into two new frontage roads, connecting a relocated County Route 46/3 to the west and an extension of University Town Centre Drive to the east The project also included extensions of both sides of a of I-79 including the new proposed WVU Athletic Facilities. tunnel crossing under the interstate to accommodate The project included 1.1 million cu. yds. (841,010 cu m) It is designed to improve access to a growing area. The the added ramps. of earthwork. three existing I-79 interchanges in Morgantown currently are congested during peak hours, and traffic volumes are expected to increase due to planned development in the surrounding area. Adding a fourth interchange will reportedly help alleviate congestion, reduce traffic conflicts, and improve safety and access to local roads. The original contact amount was $22.4 million. Mountaineer Contractors Inc. is the prime contractor. According to Michael A. Neely, P.E., of Mountaineer Contractors, Inc., the project is a design-build project with many subcontractors to coordinate on an accelerated schedule. “The design work coordination along with the owner review periods also provided challenges,” he said. “Due to the accelerated schedule, construction was ongoing while the final engineering designs and construction documents were being prepared. At the time of project award the Army Corps Permit for the 1,400 ft. (426.72 m) long 7 ft. by7 ft. (2.1 by 2.1 m) box culvert was still pending and the earthwork on the western side of the interstate was held up for several months until the permit was approved. “ see INTERCHANGE page 142

The project is a design-build project with many subcontractors to coordinate on an accelerated schedule.


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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

YR 2008 2010 2012 2013 1999 2000 VOLVO 2007

Model WA480-6 WA480-6 WA480-6 WA500-7 WA600-3 WA600-3 L180

EE# C022652 C006269 C020239 C020552 C006043 C022042

PRICE $125,000 $115,000 $109,000 $179,500 $69,000 $49,500

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$47,500

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

Model EE# CRUSHING & SCREENING EQUIPMENT CEC 32”x54” jaw crusher C003725 OFF-ROAD TRUCKS

PAYHAULER 1995 350C TEREX 2766C

PRICE

REDUCED $149,000

C022041

$49,500

C020252 MISCELLANEOUS

SOLD $22,500

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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Alban CAT Hosts 10th Annual CAT-A-Thon in Baltimore

Curtis Pennington, trade shop supervisor of Montgomery County, Md., purchased a Caterpillar 308 excavator and bought a skid steer earlier in the year. Pennington brought his whole crew to the CAT-A-Thon.

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lban CAT held its 10th Annual CAT-A-Thon Oct. 11 in Baltimore, Md.

The event featured competitive equipment pricing, includ- Alban Cat held its 10th Annual CAT-A-Thon Oct. 11 in Baltimore, Md. ing skids steers on sale for as low as $8,500, trench rollers as low as $7,500 and many other great deals More than 30 vendors also were on site to support Alban’s CAT-A-Thon. Among them was Rototilt, a manufacturer of attachments including buckets, grapples, plate compactors and tiltrotators, which turn any kind of excavator into a “jack of all trades.” Kevin Martin, superintendent of Love Point Ventures in Stevensville, Md., was impressed with the Rototilt bucket. “We have to go in after a development is built and when we do that, we have tight quarters to build the pond,” he said. “This technology enables us to keep the excavator still and not rip up the ground around the buildings. It is fantastic to sit in one spot and do just about anything. The Rototilt bucket eliminates the labor for a majority of the Mike Grevey (L), district manager, Wacker Neuson, Spencer Martin (L) of Clearing Concepts in Glenwood, Md., and work.” Buzz Engelke, Seafarers International Union, Walter Dustin of Crimco in Howard County, Md., check out some Technology also was a prominent highlight dur- shows Wacker Neuson rammers. Baltimore, Md., a Jumping Jack Rammer. ing the event, such as the skid steer with Remote Task. Steve Price, rental sales representative of Alban Rents, demonstrated the Torq Robotics technology for attendees. “The skid steer has fully functional capabilities through the handheld remote,” he said. “From auxiliary power controlled to hydraulic adjustments, you can move and adjust on the fly. Safety is the number-one concern and that is what this application is perfect for. Situations also have been shown that this technology is great for police and fire departments; they have armored vehicles for hostage situations. For facilities that need to have a full shutdown in order to clean up under equipment, they have the ability to run this remotely, so you don't need a full shut down. “ Upon registering at the event, attendees could enter a raffle to win a new Caterpillar 300.9 miniexcavator. Other door prizes included crab mallets Rick Grambo, vice president of sales and engineering, and a Rental Solutions keg cooler. (L-R): Hank Emilson and John Alexander, both of Alban CAT, and Pritchard Brown, Baltimore, Md., and Ethan Grambo see ALBAN page 44

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EXCAVATORS

2009 KOBELCO SK350-8 (2935001), 1,986 Hrs, Cab w/ heat, AC, 54” bucket ..................$125,000

2013 TEREX PT30 CTL (6003754), 885 Hrs, Cab w/heat, 48” bucket ....................................$25,000

2009 DYNAPAC CC424 (6010051), 1,265 Hrs, 68” asphalt roller $75,000

2012 KUBOTA KX41-3V (3004634), 395 Hrs, ROPS, rubber tracks, QC, 12” bucket ..........................$20,500 2014 KOBELCO 17SR (2901704), 234 Hrs, Rubber Tracks, QC, 12” Bkt ........................................$23,200 2013 KOBELCO SK35SRC (2903506), 485 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, rubber tracks, 4 way angle blade ...... ..........................................................................$39,900 2013 KUBOTA KX040-4R3A (3004658), 535 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, rubber tracks, angle blade, QC, 24” bucket................................................................$50,500 2013 KUBOTA U55-4R3A (3004674), 1,200 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, rubber tracks, angle blade, QC, 24” bucket, HYD thumb..........................................$57,900 2013 KUBOTA KX057-4R3 (3004673), 1,000 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, rubber tracks, QC, 24” bkt....$59,000 2011 KOBELCO 70 SR (2907018), 1,300 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, rubber tracks, 30” pin on bucket ..$59,000 2013 KUBOTA KX080-4R3A (3004660), 1,000 Hrs, Cab w/ heat, AC, rubber tracks, angle blade, QC, 30” bucket, HYD thumb..........................................$83,200 2009 KOBELCO SK350-8 (2935001), 1,986 Hrs, Cab w/ heat, AC, 54” bucket ........................$125,000 2009 KOBELCO SK260LR (2926001), 1,190 Hrs, Cab w/ heat, AC, 42” bucket, long reach ......$140,000 2012 KOBELCO 235SR (2923512), 1,115 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, 42” bucket ..................................$158,000 2013 KOBELCO SK260SR (2926004), 670 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, HYD QC, 42” bucket..........$159,900

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2014 GEHL 1648P (6004728), 955 Hrs, 8'-13' width vibratory screed, 6 ton hopper, single speed hydrostatic .. ..............................................$37,000

2013 JOHN DEERE 310K (20310537), 635 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, 4WD, extendahoe ..................$77,000 2013 JOHN DEERE 310SK (20310540), 1,070 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, 4WD, extendahoe..................$87,000

2013 JOHN DEERE 410K (20410289), 440 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, 4WD, extendahoe ..SOLD $104,000 1997 JOHN DEERE 410E (6002975), 5,799 Hrs, Cab w/Heat, AC, 4WD, Extendahoe ................$23,500

DOZERS 2012 JOHN DEERE 450J LGP (2045238), 1,400 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, 115” blade ....................$79,000 2012 JOHN DEERE 650K LGP (2065064), 1,437 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, 128” blade ........SOLD $99,000

SKID STEER & COMPACT TRACK LOADERS 2013 TEREX PT30 CTL (6003754), 885 Hrs, Cab w/heat, 48” bucket ............................................$25,000 2011 GEHL V330 SSL (5033001), 690 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, 84” bucket ....................................$32,000 2009 CAT 279C CTL (6003756), 3,876 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, GP bucket ....................................$33,000 2012 KUBOTA SVL 90-2HC CTL (3011022), 1,000 Hrs, Cab w/heat, AC, 80” bucket, HYD QC....$49,500

TRACTORS & UTILITY VEHICLES 2011 KUBOTA L3240HST-3 (6005233), 1,117 Hrs, 32 hp 4WD Grand L series tractor, quick attach style loader, turf tires ................................................$18,250 2014 KUBOTA M6060HDC (6005259), 863 Hrs, 63.5 HP 4WD M Series Tractor, Quick Attach Style Loader ..............................................................$32,000

LOADERS 2006 HYUNDAI HL740-7 (6002973), 4,400 Hrs, 2.5 cu yds bucket, JRB coupler ..............................$48,000 2010 KAWASAKI 65TMV-2 (2706507), 1,670 Hrs, 2.5 cu yds bucket, quick coupler, ride control $97,000 2010 KAWASAKI 70TMV-2 (2707005), 1,320 Hrs, 3.5 cu yds bucket, quick coupler, ride control .............. ........................................................................$129,000

COMPACTION & PAVING EQUIPMENT 2010 DYNAPAC LP8504-33 (4007034), 255 Hrs, Radio remote controlled ....................................$11,900 1997 INGERSOLL RAND SD115D (6004727), 9,895 Hrs, 84” dirt roller ..................................$27,500 2011 DYNAPAC CA134D (4007040), 825 Hrs, 54” dirt roller ..........................................................$36,800 2014 GEHL 1648P (6004728), 955 Hrs, 8'-13' width vibratory screed, 6 ton hopper, single speed hydrostatic ..........................................................................$37,000 2014 DYNAPAC CC1300 (4007072), 12 hrs, 51” Asphalt Roller ......................................SOLD $45,995 2011 DYNAPAC CA150D (4007023), 465 Hrs, 66” dirt roller ..........................................................$47,500 2010 DYNAPAC CA250D-II (4007022), 760 Hrs, 84” dirt roller ..........................................................$62,500 2009 DYNAPAC CC424 (6010051), 1,265 Hrs, 68” asphalt roller ....................................................$75,000

ARTICULATED DUMP TRUCKS 2013 BELL B35D (4003502), 1,200 Hrs, 35 ton ADT, GPS system ..........................................$325,000

MISCELLANEOUS 2016 WERK-BRAU WB60 (5801982), 60” Grading Bucket for Hyundai R80CR-9A ............................$750 2012 BRADCO FF72 (5805659), 72” Brush Grapple, Universal Skid Steer Coupler ..................................$2,900 2012 CAM 5CAM20C (6007682), Deck Length 20’, Overall Width 102” ................................SOLD $4,200 2015 KUBOTA M SERIES TIRES (6010720), AMR8532 rear tires, 2 AMR8993 front tires ........$5,000 2012 RANSOME GRAPPLE (5801820), 36” grapple bucket for Kobelco 170 ............................................$7,500 2010 CONTEQTEC AP600HD (5805264), Cold planer, 24” drum ..............................................$15,000

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2016 SDLG LG938L 103” 2.5yd3 Bucket with BOCE, Boom Suspension, 20.5-25 Tires, AC, AM/FM Radio w/USB, Deutz Tier 4i Engine, stk8857 $103,300

2015 Merlo Roto 45.21MCSS Telehandler, 10,000 lb. Max. Lift Capacity, 68’2” Max. Lift Ht., 4WD, Hyd Carriage Disconnect, Rear Axle Align Indicator, Work Lights on Boom & Cab Front & Rear, AC, Cold Start Kit, 6’6” Jib, 48” Forks, 1.75yd3 Bucket, Aerial Work Platform, Reduced Height Crane Boom, stk8469 ....................$POR

2014 National NBT45, 142’Boom, Calib for Jib, AC, SFO, Swivel Ball, Peterbilt 367, 425 HP Cummins ISX-12, Tag Axle w/Air Lock, stk7953..........................................$POR

2016 National NBT45, 127” 5-Section Boom, Calib for Jib, Swiveling Headball, Outrigger Monitoring System, SFO, 2016 Peterbilt 367, ISX-12 425HP, 13,200 lb. Tag Axle, Aluminum Flat Deck, Eaton Fuller RTO-16908LL Transmission, stk8698..............................................$POR

2014 Maeda MC285-2, 28’ Boom, Hookblock, Gas & Propane, Cable Remote Control, 244 Hours ............$POR

2010 National NBT45, 127’ Boom, Ball, AC Upper, SFO, Tandem + Tag, Eaton Fuller, Peterbilt 365, 380HP, stk8845 ..........................................................................$299,500

2004 Terex RS60100 on Sterling LT7501, 30-Ton, 10’ Boom Ball, One Winch, CAT 3126B 330HP, 20K/40K, stk9025 ..............................................................$115,000

2011 Link-Belt HTC86100, 140’+58’, Two Winches, 40T Block, Ball, Aux sheave, Pulse System, CAT C-13 445HP, Cruise Ctrls, LCF Composite Cab, stk9163 ........$595,000

2008 Link-Belt HTC8690, 140’+58’, Two winches, 40-Ton Block, 8.5-Ton Ball, Aux Sheave, CAT C-13 445HP, ABS Drum Brakes, Cruise Ctrls, LCF Composite Cab, stk9023 ..........................................................................$525,000


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Montgomery County Public Works Holds Anniversary Event

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he Montgomery County Public Works Association held its Bi-Annual Trade Show Oct. 13 in Horsham Township,

ties to win raffle prizes, including a flat screen TV. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Pa. This event, sponsored by Municibid, marked the 50th anniversary of the association, which was founded in 1966 by Bill Stewart, who was in attendance and honored with a Pennsylvania State Legislature Proclamation and the PECO Crown Lights Award. More than 300 attendees from local public works departments attended the event and enjoyed having the opportunity to meet with more than 50 equipment dealers and other vendors. Attendees also were able to demonstrate their heavy equipment operating skills by participating in equipment rodeo competitions (L-R) are Nilsa Rosario, marketing coordinator, and throughout the day. Matt Walp, business development, both of Ransome Guests were treated to a CAT. The Bensalem, Pa.-based Caterpillar dealer was continental breakfast, buffet among many equipment lunch as well as opportuni- distributors at the show.

Gene Yacapsin (L), heavy equipment specialist, and Bob Angell, tree care product specialist, both of Best Line Equipment.

Suzanne Ryan of PECO presents Bill Stewart, founder of the Montgomery County Public Works Association, with the PECO Crown Lights award.

(L-R): Chris Buchanan, Frank Raus, Eric Parker, Jim Sagl and Greg Chomyn, all of Plasterer Equipment, were eager to discuss John Deere equipment with attendees.

Ready to discuss Case equipment (L-R) are Brendan Belcher, Mike McIntyre, Dean Leonetti Sr. and Jim Lutz, all of Eagle Power & Equipment, based in nearby Montgomeryville, Pa.

Penn Jersey Machinery had a large display at the event. (L-R): Jerry Fleming, territory manager; Nick Schneider; Doosan specialist; Jim Fehr, director of governmental sales; and Michael Douglas, governmental sales representative.

Keith Littler, territory manager of Stephenson Equipment Inc., enjoyed having the opportunity to meet with representatives of local public works departments throughout the event.

Pa. State Rep. Kate Harper and Pa. State Rep. Todd Stephens present Bill Stewart (C), founder of the Montgomery County Public Works Association in 1966, with a Pennsylvania State Legislature Proclamation.


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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

CRAWLER TRACTORS

IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL

(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

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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

SKID STEERS:

EXCAVATORS:

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

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8832 8 832

228,716 22 2 28 8,,7 716 m miles mi ille es 65,509 65 6 5,,5 50 09 miles miilles m es 200 2003 20 03 K KE KENWORTH EN NW WO ORT O RT TH T T300; 300; CAT CA AT 3126 6 CYL 199 1999 99 IINTERNATIONAL NT TERNA NAT ATI ATIONAL TIONAL IO ONA NA AL L2 2674; 674 4; CUMMINS M11 6 (300 HP); FULLER 9 SP (9SP LO); LO); A/C; A/C; ALUM ALUM 19 13SP; A/C; A/C; 72,350 GVW. GVW. WHEELS; 54,600 GVW. GVW. 2 2002 20 00 02 P PROGRESS ROGRESS S ALUAL LU U- CYL (400HP); FULLER 13SP; NATIONAL NAT ATIIO ONA O NA AL L1 15 1500 50 00 0C CRANE; RA ANE; 36 TON; TON; 168’ HOOK HT. HT T. MINUM MI M IN NU UM FUEL FU F UE EL L TANK; TA T ANK; 4400 GAL; ANK; GAL; 3 COMPTS. COMPTS. NA

$59,500 $ 59,500 00

8781 8 781

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36,790 36 6,,7 79 90 miles

8735 87 735

271,154 27 2 71,154 miles miille m es

$99,500 $9 99,500 9,,500

129,071 1 29 2 9,,0 07 71 miles miille m es

2007 2007 20 07 7 ST STERLING TE ER RL LIIN L NG LT8500; LT8500; T8500; CA CAT T C C-7 -7 6 CYL (300HP); (300HP); FULLER 8 SP; SP; AIR MAINTAINER AINT NTA TA AIIN NE ER RIDE; A/C GVW. MA A/C;; 60K GVW. LUBE LU L UB BE B BO BODY; ODY; OD Y; 6 PRODUCT C TANKS. TA ANKS.

$79,500 79,500 8731 87 731 $

8827 8 827

149,018 1 49 4 9,,0 018 m mi miles ille es

127,199 1 27 2 7,19 99 miles miille m es 200 2007 20 07 7 ST STERLING TE ER RL LIN L NG LT9500; LT L T9500; CA T9500; CAT AT C C-9 -9 6 CYL (335 HP); FULLER U 10 SP; SP; A/C; A/C; 64,740 GVW.. 1 GVW 1995 19 99 95 T TRINITY RIN NIT ITY TY Y ST STEEL TE EE EL L P PROPANE ROPANE PA P ANE ANE TA T TANK; ANK; 4000 GAL; GAL; BLACKMER PUMP PUMP;; L/ L/C /C METER; METER TE ; REG/PRESET; REG/PRESET; 1 HOSE REEL. REEL.

UNMOUNTED KNUCKLEBOOMS

113,461 1 13 3,,46 461 61 miles iles le es 199 1995 95 INTERNATIONAL INTERNA NT TERNA RNA NAT ATIONAL ATIONAL IONAL ONAL NAL AL L 4 4700; 70 700; 00; (190HP); 5SP 2SP REAR. NA NATIONAL NAT AT TI O NA AL L N N9 N95 95 K KNUCKLENUCKLE UCK C K LE L EBOOM; B BO OO OM ; 7 TON; TON; PICKS 15.5K @ 6’ SIDE REACH; PICKS 1850 @ 39’ MAX SR; 12’ FLATBED. FLA ATBED.

$59,500 $ 59,500 ,5 500

$34,900 $ 34 4,900 900

8794 8 794

418,545 41 4 8,545 8 ,545 545 45 miles miles les es

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$39,500 $ 39,500 ,5 500

8843 8 84 43

825 82 8 25 hours ou urs rs 2 01 1 DITCHWITCH 2011 20 DIT T C HWIT HWITC T CH F FX30 X3 30 V VACUUM AC A CUUM UM E U EXXCAVATOR; CA AVA AT TO R T R; KUBOTA KUBOT TA 3 CYL DIESEL ENG; TUTHILL BL BLOWER; LOWER; BEL BELT LT DRIVE; W WATER ATER PUMP.

94,890 94 4,,8 89 90 miles miille m es

112,401 1 12 2,,401 40 01 miles iles le es

199 1996 19 96 MA 9 MACK AC CK R RD688S; D688S; E-7400 E-7400 (400 L 8SP; AIR TAG TAG AXLE; A/C; A/C; HP); FULLER 8SP; 280 GVW. MANITEX AN NIT IT TEX EX C CRA CRANE RA AN NE M MO MODEL ODE OD EL L GVW. MA 73,280 2284; 2 284; 22 TON; TON; 20’6’’ WOOD FLATBED. FLA ATBED.

8685 86 685

200 2006 20 06 F FREIGHTLINER FR RE EIIGHT TL LI L NE ER M2-106; M2-10 06; MERCEDES MBE-460 SP; A/C; A/C; MBE -460 6 CYL (370 HP); FULLER 10 SP; 66K GVW GVW.. T TEREX TE ER RE EX X C CRA CRANE RA AN A NE M MO MODEL OD O DE EL L BT BT4 BT4792; T47 T47 79 792 2; 23.5 TON; TON; 102’ HOOK HT; HT; 4 SEC HYD BOOM; BOOM; LMI SYSTEM; ANTI TWO TWO-BLOCK; -BLOCK; 2 SP WINCH; CONT ROROTATION; TATION TIO ; FRONT STABILIZER; ST TABILIZER; 21’ STEEL FLATBED. FLA ATBED.

1995 19 1 99 95 FO F FORD OR RD F F800; 800; CUMMINS 5.9L 6 CYL (190 ( HP); ); ALLISON N 4 SP; SP; A/C; A/C; 26K GVW. GVW. VACMASTER V AC A CMA MA AST STER TER ER VND VN V ND V VA VACUUM AC CU UU UM E EXCAVATOR; XCAVA X CA AVATOR; J JOHN DEERE 4 CYL L DIESEL ENG; ROOTS S BLOWER; BLOWER; SULLAIR AIR COMP COMP;; HYD DUMP.

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.

$89,500 $ 89,500 ,5 500

$44,900 $44 $4 44,900 4,,900 00

$59,500 $ 59,500

8785 8 785

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8747 8 747 47

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149,160 1 49 4 9,16 60 miles iles le es

170,272 1 70 7 0,272 ,272 27 72 miles miille m es

2003 MA MACK AC A CK K R RD688S; D688S; AI-350 6 CYL (350 HP); 10 0 SP; SP; A/C; A/C; 76K GVW. GVW. 2 2003 20 00 03 H HIA HIAB IAB AB MODEL 3 300-4 30 00 0--4 -4 K KNUCKLEBOOM; NUCKLEB NU UCKL LE LEB EB BO OOM; 13 TON; TON; RADIO REMOTES; R OTES; 22’6’’ STEEL E FLA FLATBED. ATBED.

2011 2011 20 FR F FREIGHTLINER RE EIIGHTLINER HT TL LINER L NE N ER M2 M M2-106; 2--10 06 6; FULLFULL L-ER 10SP 10SP;; AIR RIDE; CUMMINS ISC-300 ISC-300 6 CYL (300HP);P (300HP);PWR WR WIN/LOCK; WIN/LOCK; A/C; A/C; 54,600 GVW.. GVW 28’ 28 2 8’ LEDWELL LED DW WE EL LL WOOD WOO OD R ROLLBACK. O OLL LLBA AC CK K.

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19440 119 94 44 40

8835 8 835

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3123 331 12 23

8771 87 771

$39,500 $ 39,500

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starting sta st ta art rttiin ng at $ $3,900 $3, 3,9 90 00

8652 8 652

23 TON 2 TO T ON

$69,500 $6 69,500

$89,500 $ 89,500

8789 87 789

28,859 28 2 8,859 ,859 859 59 miles iles les es

8858 8 858 58

8803 8 803

7 TON TO T ON

2008 2008 20 08 8 INTERNATIONAL INTERNA NTERNA TERNA ER RNAT NA ATIONAL ATIONAL IONAL ONAL O NA AL L7 7400 400 00 0 C/CA C/ C/CAB /CA CA AB B/4 4X4; X4 4; 10SP; MAXFORCE DT 300HP; 300HP; FULLER LL 10SP P; 2SP TRANSFER CASE; 31K GVW.. 13’ 13 1 3’ F FLA FLATBED LAT LA ATBED ATBED TBED ED W/ BED WINCH.

19 1998 99 98 8W WESTERN WE ESTERN STERN TE ERN RN N STAR STA ST TAR TAR AR 4964F; 496 964F 64 4F F F; CAT CA AT 3406; 18SP. NA NATIONAL NAT AT TIONAL ONAL O NA AL L9 990 90 C CRA CRANE; RA A AN NE E; 23 TON; TON; 148’ HOOK HT; HT; 20” STEEL FLATBED. FLA ATBED.

22 2 2T TON TO ON

198 1989 19 89 GMC GM G MC 7 7000; 000; 366 GAS ENG; 5SP; 5SP; 28K GVW. 1968 19 968 B 96 BEA BEARD EA ARD ST AR S STEEL TE EE EL L P PROPANE RO R O OPA PA AN A NE GVW. 1 TA T TANK; ANK; ANK; 2200 GAL CAP; CAP; NEPTUNE MEMETER; REG/PRESET; REG/PRESET T; 1 HOSE REEL. REEL.

23.5 2 33.5 TON TO T ON

$23,900 $ 23,900 ,900 900 00

4x4 4x x4

2010 2 201 01 10 INT INTERNATIONAL NT TERNA NAT N AT TIIO ONA O ON NA AL 7 AL 74 7400 40 00 6 6X 6X6; X6; MAXFORCE 6 CYL (300 HP); FULLER 10 SP; SP; A/C; A/C; 52K GVW. GVW W. CAB CA A & C CHASSIS; HA AS SS SIS; 186’’ REAR OF CAB TO CENTER LINE TANDEM; T AN ANDEM; 288’’ TOT TOTAL TAL FRAME BEHIND CAB; 262’’ WHEELBASE. WHEELBASE.

$14,900 $ 14 4,900

1986 Vermeer 2465

MISCELLANEOUS:

6x6 6x x6

2001 2001 20 01 INT INTERNATIONAL NT TERNA NAT ATIO ONA AL 4 49 4900 90 00 ST STEELTEELHAULER HAU HA AUL LE L ER CA CAB; AB; CH215 6 CYL (215 HP); 6 SP SP;; A/C A/C;; 33K GVW. GVW. 2 26’ 26 6’’ WOOD WO W WOO OO OD FLATBED; FL FLA LA ATBED; 18’’ X 108’’ STEEL BED NEXT TO CAB.

SOLD

See dealer for financing details. CNH Capital America LLC standard terms and conditions apply. Subject to customer credit qualifications. CNH Capital America LLC reserves the right to cancel any program without notice.

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$29,500 $ 29 9,500

2013 New Holland L230-T4A

TRAILERS:

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

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New Holland TS100A Tractor

$69,500 $6 69,500

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2014 New Holland L223-T4B, 2 Speed E-H Controls, Enclosed Cab with Heater & AC, Hydraulic Coupler, High Flow Plus Package, 72” Low Profile Extended, 78” Bolt on Cutting Edge, 74 Hrs........ ..............................................................................................................................................$38,000 2013 New Holland L225-T4A, 2 Speed Mechanical Controls, Enclosed Cab with Heater & AC, I209 Hydraulic Coupler, Block Heater, High Flow Package, 78” Low Profile Extended Bucket, 72” Bolt on Cutting Edge, 310 Hrs............................................................................................................$39,995 2013 New Holland L230-T4A, Full Cab, Hydraulic Heavy Duty Coupler, High Flow Plus Package, 72” Low Profile Extended, 72” Bolt on Cutting Edge, E-H Controls, 347 Hrs ........................$42,000 2013 New Holland L230-T4A, Full Cab, Hydraulic Heavy Duty Coupler, High Flow Plus Package, 72” Low Profile Extended, 72” Bolt on Cutting Edge, E-H Controls ......................................$35,000

1994 Cat 426B TLB

845/278-7766 Fax: 845/278-4431 E-mail: equip@wtractor.com

866-239-0451 886 66 6--2 2339 9--04 04 451 45

36,944 36 3 6,,94 944 44 miles mille es 2008 20 2 00 08 FORD FO F OR RD F F650; 650; CAT CA AT C7 6 CYL (210HP); ALAL L-LISON 5SP A AUTO; UTO; A/C; A/C; 25,999LB. 2 2007 20 007 07 7E ELLIOT LL LIOT IOT O OT FUEL FU F UE EL LD DELIVERY ELIVERY LIVERY L IVERY VE ERY RY Y BODY; BO B ODY; 800 GAL STEEL FUEL OD TANK; T ANK; 2 COMPTS - 1-600,1-200; 2 HYD DRIVEN BLACKMER PUMPS; 2 REAR HOSE REELS.

UNDER UUND NDDEER CD CDL DL 2012 201 2 012 12

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70,041 70 7 0,,04 04 41 m miles iles es

4300 4 30 00

4 4X4 4X 4X4; X4 4;

MAXFORCE (300 HP); ALLISON 5 SP; SP; A/C; A/C C; GVW. 25,999 GVW. STELLAR TELLAR EL LLAR LL LAR AR 10921 10 0921 921 21 SERVICE SERVICE RV VIICE CE CRANE; C RA RANE; ANE; RADIO REMOTES; 12’ STEEL FLA FLATBED. TBED B .

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2007 CAT 312CL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, ID# UT14090, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, RADIO, PATTERN CHANGER, UC @ 12033HRS, 24IN TG SHOES 77-81%, BUSHINGS 18-21% NOT TURNED, LINKS 51%, INTERNAL TRACKS 15%, SEGMENTS 75%, IDLERS 76% ....$60,000

2015 CAT 313FL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, ID# UP15222, 8 HRS, AB, A/C, REAR VIEW CAMERA, HYDRAULIC COUPLER, BUCKET, COUNTERWEIGHT, 28” TG SHOES, UC 99% REMAINING............................................$128,000

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2004 CAT 314C LCR HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR, ID# UT13117, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, HYD QUICK COUPLER, UC @ 8509HRS, 24IN TRIPLE GROUSER SHOES 63%, IDLERS 80%, ROLLERS 70%, CARRIER ROLLERS 82%, BUSHINGS 70% NOT TURNED, 8509 HRS ................................$87,000

2013 CAT 303.5ECR MINI HYD EXCAVATOR, ID# UT14330, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, PATTERN CHANGER, SWING BOOM, AUX HYDRAULICS, MANUAL QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET, PLUMBED FOR HAMMER USE, 12IN RUBBER SHOES, ROLLERS 90% REM @ 730HRS, 734 HRS................................$43,000 RE PR DU ICE CE D

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KOMATSU WA320-6 WHEEL LOADER, ID# UT15352, 9436 HRS, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, WHEEL STEERING, RIDE CONTROL, VARIABLE SHIFT CONTROL, TRACTION CONTROL, FRONT AUX HYDRAULICS, JRB COUPLER, REAR COUNTERWEIGHT, 20.5-25 TIRES ..................................................................$65,000

2011 CAT D6T XL TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR, ID# UT14906, 7512 HRS, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, DIFF STEERING, ARO READY SU BLADE, SINGLE TILT, MS RIPPER W/ 3 SHANKS, RIPPER CONTROL, STANDARD UC @ 7511HRS:, 24IN SHOES 25% REM ......$155,000

2013 CAT 980K WHEEL LOADER, ID# UP14226, 3752 HRS, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, COMMAND STEERING, RIDE CONTROL, COLD WEATHER START, GP BUCKET, FAST FILL FUEL SYSTEM, MICHELIN TIRES ........$345,000

2006 CAT 950H WHEEL LOADER, ID# UP15005, 11569 HRS, TIER III C7 ENGINE, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, RETARDER, 3-VALVE RIDE CONTROL, HYD HORIZ PIN QUICK COUPLER, GP BUCKET, 23.5R25 TIRES @ 11569HRS:, RF 37%, LF 70%, RR 35%, LR 39%............$121,000

2008 CAT 963D TRACK-TYPE LOADER, ID# UP14095, 8431 HRS, TIER III C6.6 ENGINE, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, GP BUCKET, V-LEVER TRANS CONTROL, TWO LEVER BUCKET CONTROL ..............................$129,000

CAT CS563E VIB SOIL COMPACTOR, ID# UP15450, 2495 HRS, OROPS, SMOOTH DRUM, VIBRATORY ..............................................$64,500

2012 CAT D8T TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR, ID# UT14398, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, DIFF STEERING, SINGLE TILT, SS RIPPER, STANDARD SALT UC @ 8566HRS, 24IN SHOES 65%, LINKS 76%, SEGMENTS 50%, IDLERS 84%, BUSHINGS 60% NOT TURNED, ROLLERS 91%, 8607 HRS......................................$407,000

2005 CAT D10T TRACK TYPE TRACTOR, ID# UP12550, 19567 HRS, EROPS, AC, FINGER TIP STEERING, SS RIPPER, UC @ 19567HRS: 28IN SHOES 85%, LINKS 80%, ROLLERS 99%, CARRIERS WORN OUT, ENGINE RECONDITIONED 14,216 HR, TRANSMISSION /TORQUE /FINAL 11,949, UC REPLACED @ 18294HRS ..$740,000

2013 CAT 259B COMPACT TRACK LOADER, ID# UT14482, 1124 HRS, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, ELEC CONTROL FOR IMPLEMENTS, 2SPEED TRAVEL, LOW FLOW HYDRAULICS, MANUAL QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET, 16IN WIDE TRACKS ........................................$45,000

2015 CAT 272D SKID STEER LOADER, ID# UP15315, 185 hrs, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, 2SPEED TRAVEL, STANDARD FLOW HYD, PROPORTIONAL HYD, COLD WEATHER PKG, ELECTRIC COUPLER, BUCKET ............$49,000

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CAT 950H WHEEL LOADER, ID# UP15005, 11573 HOURS, TIER III C7 ENGINE, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, RETARDER, 3-VALVE RIDE CONTROL, HYD HORIZ PIN QUICK COUPLER, GP BUCKET, 23.5R25 TIRES @ 11569HRS: RF 37%, LF 70%, RR 35%, LR 39%, ALL RETREADS ............................................$121,000

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2012 VOLVO A40F ARTICULATED TRUCK, ID# UT14568, 3570 HRS CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, 6X6, ENGINE BRAKE, TAILGATE, YOKOHAMA TIRES @ 3474HRS, RF 80%, LF 82%, RR 83%, RR2 82%, LR 83%, LR2 83% ................$330,000

2005 CAT 735 ARTICULATED WATER WAGON, ID# UP13431, TIER II 3406 ENGINE, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, 6X6, TIRES @ 9307HRS: RF 59%, LF 34%, RR1 14%, RR2 28%, LR1 14%, LR2 28%, 7000GAL CURRY WATER TANK, 9307 HRS ........................................................$255,000

2000 CAT 777D OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCK, ID# UT12614, 20605 HRS, CAB, A/C, PMS, 4X6, RETARDER, TRACTION AID, DUAL SLOPE HEATED DUMP BODY, TIRES @ 19455HRS AVG 4570%, WET FRONT BRAKES, EXCHANGE TRANSMISSION 8/29/2011, NEW STD ROD AND MAIN BEARING, ROLLED IN @ 14736HRS ......$560,000


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USED PARTS

CATERPILLAR 980G,980H, Arm, Used, 1157044/68123 CATERPILLAR 930G, Arm, Used, 2357301/67960 CATERPILLAR 988F I,988F II, Arm, Used, 4E7522/63584 CATERPILLAR 980C, Arm, Used, 9V6026/3062 CATERPILLAR 980G, Axle, Used, 1079680/71963 CATERPILLAR 980G, Axle, Used, 1080060/68119 CATERPILLAR 988F, Axle, Used, 1159758/68771 CATERPILLAR 988H, Axle, Used, 1378832/68732 CATERPILLAR 950G,962G,IT62G, Axle, Used, 1383121/35700 CATERPILLAR 980H, Axle, Rebuilt, 2327558/34667 CATERPILLAR 930G, Axle, Used, 2677380/71827 CATERPILLAR 257,257B,257B2,257B3,257D, Blade, Angle, Used, 2315275/61395 CATERPILLAR D6T XW, Blade, Angle, Used, 3341764/58556 CATERPILLAR D8T, Blade, Angle, Used, 3377119/71768 CATERPILLAR D6T XL, Blade, Angle, Used, 3527618/66974 CATERPILLAR D6N, Blade, Angle, Used, 3593410/56510 CATERPILLAR CS-573E, Blade, Other, New, 2238997/65870 CATERPILLAR 314D LCR, Blade, Other, Used, 2824578/62303 CATERPILLAR 314, Blade, Other, Used, 3387943/51608 CATERPILLAR D8R,D8T, Blade, SU, Used, 8E6154/71101 CATERPILLAR D9L, Blade, U, Rebuilt, 9J7420/42578 CATERPILLAR 345B, Booms, Used, 1271409/71069 CATERPILLAR 303.5C, Booms, Used, 2811107/69549 CATERPILLAR 311,312, Booms, Used, 5I3412/54544 CATERPILLAR 305.5,305.5D CR, Bucket, Ditch Cleaning, Used, 700068060/60885 CATERPILLAR 345B, Bucket, GP, Used, 1458066/68565 CATERPILLAR 307CSB,308C CR, Bucket, GP, Used, 1778115/70124 CATERPILLAR 980K,980M, Bucket, GP, New, 3304357/69718 CATERPILLAR 420F, Bucket, GP, Used, 3377388/51594 CATERPILLAR 963C, Bucket, GP, Used, fb1416/68569 CATERPILLAR 963C, Bucket, Other, New, 1388999/68134 CATERPILLAR 216,216B,216B2,216B3,226,226B,226B2,226B3,228,232,232 B,232B2,232B3,236,236B,236B2,236B3,236D,242,242B,242 B2,242B3,242D,246,246B,246C,246D,247,247B,247B2,247B 3,248,248B,252,252B,252B2,252B3,256,256C,257,257B,257 B2,257B3,257D,259D,259B,259B3,262,262B, Bucket, Other, New, THSB/56740 CATERPILLAR 992C,992D, Bucket, Rock, Used, 5V5601/60577 CATERPILLAR 988B,988F, Bucket, Rock, Used, 9V0219/60984 CATERPILLAR 980G, Cab, EROPS, Used, 1097922/47687 CATERPILLAR 980G, Cab, EROPS, Used, 1097922/65276 CATERPILLAR D9R,D10R,D11R, Cab, EROPS, Used, 1118549/50331 CATERPILLAR 988G, Cab, EROPS, New, 1289664/29291 CATERPILLAR 992C,992D, Cab, EROPS, Used, 2V5075/46948 CATERPILLAR D10, Cab, EROPS, Used, 3T8106/36149 CATERPILLAR D350E, Cab, EROPS, Used, 7U4400/40232 CATERPILLAR D9N,D10N,D11N, Cab, EROPS, Used, 8E1085/48556 CATERPILLAR 992C,992D,690B, Cab, EROPS, Used, 9V5306/30599 CATERPILLAR D6T XW, C-Frame, Used, 3341767/66973 CATERPILLAR 980G, Counterweight, Used, 1146030/65810 CATERPILLAR 314D LCR, Counterweight, Used, 3374888/62291

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CATERPILLAR 966K,966M, Fork, Pipe/Pole, Used, FA1242/73954 CATERPILLAR D8T,D8T LGP,D8T LGP WDA,D8T II,D8T WDA,D8T XL, Ripper, Used, 2156422/55537 CATERPILLAR D6T,D6T LGP,D6T LGP VP,D6T LGP WDA,D6T XL,D6T XL DS,D6T XLVP,D6T XW,D6T XW LGP,D6T XWVP, Ripper, Used, 3871087/65643 CATERPILLAR 330B,330BL, Swing Drive, Rebuilt, 1141305/32317 CATERPILLAR 385,385B,385B ME,385BL,385BL LR,385BL ME,385BL UHD,385C,385C FS,385C LRE,385C ME,385CL,385CL LR,390DL, Swing Drive, Rebuilt, 1484626/57063 CATERPILLAR 311, Swing Drive, Used, 7I7761/57080 CATERPILLAR D10R, Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1102769/35220 CATERPILLAR D11R, Torque Converters, Used, 1210030/47691 CATERPILLAR 988H, Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1285303/52676 CATERPILLAR 824B,836,836C, Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1431234/56095 CATERPILLAR 836G, Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1457109/52159 CATERPILLAR 970F, Torque Converters, New, 1463329/43970 CATERPILLAR D6N LGP, Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1880502/44386 CATERPILLAR D11,D11N, Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 3T9677 CATERPILLAR D10L,D10, Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 6P6412/31183 CATERPILLAR 773B, Torque Converters, Used, 6T4674/42945 CATERPILLAR D8,D8L,D9N, Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 9P4890 CATERPILLAR D11N, Track Frame, Used, 6Y2686 & 6Y2687 CATERPILLAR D11,D11N, Track Frame, Rebuilt, 6Y2686/54865 CATERPILLAR D11,D11N, Track Frame, Rebuilt, 6Y2687/54866 CATERPILLAR D8R,D8R II, Track Frame, Rebuilt, 9W6491 & 9W6492 CATERPILLAR 980G, Transmissions, Used, 1066452/68237 CATERPILLAR 924G, Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1402772/57646 CATERPILLAR 988G, Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1922914/66703 CATERPILLAR 930G,938G, Transmissions, Used, 2348866/32134 CATERPILLAR 992C,992D, Transmissions, Rebuilt, 3P9241/59831 CATERPILLAR 988F, Transmissions, Used, 6Y6719/64339 CATERPILLAR D11N, Transmissions, Rebuilt, 7T8168/56623 CATERPILLAR 16, Transmissions, Used, 9M8300/42387 CATERPILLAR 988B, Transmissions, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318 CATERPILLAR D5H, Winch, Used, 08929/51595 CATERPILLAR D6T, Winch, Used, 09056/71087 CATERPILLAR D8T, Winch, Used, 09074/71769 CATERPILLAR D6R XW III,D6T,D6T LGP,D6T LGP VP,D6T LGP VPAT,D6T LGP WDA,D6T XL,D6T XL DS,D6T XLVP,D6T XW,D6T XW LGP,D6T XWVP, Winch, Used, 2827492/72873 CATERPILLAR D6T, Winch, Used, 3710954/72176

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ALLU Sponsors Crushing, Screening Demo in Dayton, N.J. Also demonstrated at the event was the ALLU pipeline padder, seen here attached to a Cat M318D wheel excavator.

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LLU sponsored a live crushing and screening seminar at the site of the International Union of Organized Engineers Local 825 in Dayton, N.J. on Oct. 20.

Attendees got to see a wide variety of demonstrations as ALLU made ample use of Local 825’s spacious testing site. In use and ready for presentation were the company’s M-Series for Mining attachment (which converts a base machine into a processing plant), the ALLU DL screening bucket, and the ALLU pipeline padder, which can screen excavated material back into a trench. Guests also enjoyed a free BBQ lunch, with hamburgers, hot dogs and a variety of egg roll cheesesteaks, all courtesy of ALLU.

The ALLU team — (L-R) Mary Diaz, vice president, finance & administration; Dale Mickle, V.P. of sales; Maggie Kozuszko, executive assistant; Mike Gonzalez, warehouse manager; and Bernie Olender, VP of operations, were on hand to answer any and all questions attendees had — and to have a great time at the free lunch.

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

This Cat 246C skid steer stands ready to demonstrate the abilities of the ALLU DL screening bucket.

Dale Mickle, V.P. of sales at ALLU, stands by as a Cat 928F wheel loader is used to demonstrate the crushing, screening and loading power of the ALLU M-Series.

A closer look at the work being put in by the ALLU pipeline padder.

There was plenty of food at the event as guests were served hamburgers, hot dogs and cheesesteak eggrolls, among other delicious items.

Byron Armstrong of Local 825 stands tall checking out the capabilities of the ALLU M Series.

Keidron Alexander enjoys the demo and the power of the Cat M318D and the ALLU pipeline padder.


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Sheri Hocknell Joins Ransome CAT as Product Support Rep Ransome CAT has appointed Sheri Hocknell as power systems product support representative responsible for New Castle, Salem, Cumberland, Gloucester, Cape May and Atlantic counties. Hocknell has a commercial industrial background with more than 10 years experience in generator maintenance. In her new role as power systems product support representative, she will work closely with individuals responsible for generator service contracts, emergency repairs, preventive maintenance, extended warranties, automatic transfer switch testing and repair.

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2011 Case 580SN, EROPS, AC, 4x4, GP Bkt, Stk# LB183 .............. ................$53,900

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Five Star Equipment Takes on Fecon Line, Including Bull Hog Five Star Equipment Inc. is augmenting its line of purpose-built, heavy-duty equipment with the mulching-industry leader, Fecon. Fecon manufactures durable, cutting-edge equipment that fits a wide range of applications for vegetation-management, environmental, oil and gas, and construction. Five Star Equipment will sell the complete line of Fecon FTX tracked carriers, rubber tire tractors, Bull Hog forestry mulchers and forestry attachments. Five Star Equipment Inc. was founded in 1980, employs more than 150 people in its eight locations, and sells various brands into the local construction and forestry industries, including John Deere and Hitachi. Fecon is well-known for innovative and proven attachment technology, including its signature Bull Hog line that features several configurations for skid steers, PTO tractors and excavators. Traditional drum and innovative depth-control rotor systems are available to match individual users’ clearing, right-of-way, pasture and wildlife

restoration and other applications. “The team at Five Star Equipment is excited to partner with Fecon, so we can provide our customers with additional highquality equipment to help them be more productive in their jobs,” said Tim Higley, director of corporate sales and marketing at Five Star Equipment. “Fecon works seamless with the John Deere Construction and Forestry line we offer. It is a great addition to our current line up.” “We are excited about Five Start Equipment Inc. coming on board with the Fecon as a full service stocking dealer,” said Joe Cox, regional manager at Fecon. “This partnership makes equipment inventory and parts inventory readily available to Fecon customers in Pennsylvania and western New York. Working together, Fecon and Five Star Equipment will be able to provide better service support to our customers in this area, as well.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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2016 Case 221F, 7 Hrs, EROPS, Aux Hyd, Hyd Q/C............................$67,400

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2012 Cat 312EL, Mechanical Thumb, Tier 4, Stock# 749H..................$124,500

2006 Cat 345C LME, 14,058 Hrs, 72” Bkt, Counterweight Removal Device, 152I..........................................$105,000

2014 Low Hour Bomag BW213D-4, EROPS, 84” Drum, High/Low Frequency, 23.1x26 Rubber................$109,500 Ea.

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Crowds Gather for Permian Basin International Oil Show

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dessa, Texas, was once again the site for the Permian Basin International Oil Show on Oct. 18 to 20 at the Ector County Convention Center. Held every even-numbered year, the show is a mainstay in the Odessa/Midland, Texas, area. Visitors come from all over the world to see the latest in equipment and technology. Construction Equipment manufacturers and dealers were among the 744 exhibitors. see OIL page 140

Yellowhouse Machinery Co. displayed the full line of John Deere construction equipment, including the 850K dozer. (L-R) are Brad Downing, Burt Stringer, Eric Schiel and Reid Layton, all of the Yellowhouse Odessa branch.

(L-R): Kirby-Smith’s Kevin Demel, Odessa, Texas; Britt Stubblefield, Amarillo, Texas; and Lonnie Stuart, Lubbock, Texas, couldn’t wait to talk about the Komatsu 65WX dozer.

(L-R): Greg Miller, John Kelly and Jim Miller, all of Permian Tractor Sales, Odessa, Texas, and Kyle Dauth of Case represent the Case Construction line.

(L-R): Lee Hanson and Karl Van Cleave of ASCO Equipment’s Odessa, Texas, branch along with Buddy Goodman of Volvo CE man ASCO’s booth at the Permian Basin Oil Show.

Brian Stubbs, general manager of Air Compressor Solutions of Odessa, Texas, displays his line of Doosan Portable Power equipment.

The Atlas Copco gang was all over the RD20 oil and gas drill rig. (L-R): John Wolfe, Russel Gold of WSJ; Delaney Erickson, Tyler Williams of Venture Drilling; Peter Redaelli, Michelle Pettit, Ray Shelor, Todd Armstrong of Venture Drilling; Ray Kranzusch and Shane Lein.

Brian Hall (L) and Randy Hayes of Vacuworx demonstrate their vacuum lifter attached to a Komatsu 360 excavator at the Kirby-Smith exhibit.

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Alban’s CAT-A-Thon Features Food, Demos, Discounts

Gerry Mallory (in cab), general manager of Rototilt, speaks with Kevin Martin of Love Point Ventures in Stevensville, Md.

Steve Price, rentals sales representative of Alban CAT, demonstrates the Remote Task Skid Steer handheld remote on a Caterpillar 2990 skid steer.

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“It’s a great day to get the guys out of the shop and over to this wonderful event,” said Curtis Pennington, trade shop supervisor of Montgomery County, Md.. “They really appreciate what Alban puts on for them.” “We love to bring the customers in to show them what we can do and to show off the house,” said John Alexander of Alban CAT. “It’s also important to have the vendors involved so that they can answer any questions customers may have.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.construcA 1950s Good Humor truck tempted guests with ice tionequipmentguide.com.) Alban CAT provided guests a catered lunch by Chaps Pit Beef and ice cream was served from a Good Humor truck from the 1950s. Alban CAT and its guests were both pleased with the day’s event.

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Villanova Faces Season on Road During Gym Renovations By Dan Gelston AP SPORTS WRITER

VILLANOVA, Pa. (AP) Villanova will soon have to pack its national championship banners and raise them in another gym during a season-long road trip. The outdated Pavilion is undergoing a needed face lift. The 2016 national champion Wildcats received a $22.6 million donation from an alumnus in April to renovate their arena, and plans are under way to use the cash to help give the gym a more contemporary feel. Because it takes time to add suites, concession stands and

other amenities, the Wildcats will be forced to play a season on the road during construction. “Earliest would be next year,” coach Jay Wright told The Associated Press. “It could be year after that, year after that. But it’s inevitable. And I think inevitable within the next two, three years.” The Wildcats most logical new home would be the Palestra, the basketball cathedral on Penn’s campus and home of city hoops. Saint Joseph’s played its home games there in 2008-09 when its gym also underwent extensive renovations. Bill Finneran made the largest athletic gift in Villanova

history to give the Pavilion an overhaul and support the men’s program. Finneran is a 1963 Villanova alumnus and chairman and co-founder of EXOP Capital, a long/short hedge fund firm in New York. The Pavilion opened in 1986 — months after the ‘85 team won the national title — and serves as the home arena for the men’s and women’s basketball programs. It’s a multipurpose gym for other varsity and intramural sports. The 6,500-seat venue is more of a super-sized YMCA rather than a state-of-the art arena. There are sparse concession stands and restrooms and no true suites and other highend amenities. Courtside seats are filled with aging, deeppocketed alumni instead of passionate students that would create a big-game atmosphere. It’s not a great venue to watch basketball. “It’s not,” Wright said, laughing. “We’ve got to gut it and we’ve got to make everything better. The fan experience, the sightlines, amenities, suites. It’s got to be a major project. And it’s got to be an all-basketball arena.” The Wildcats play three to six games a season at the Wells Fargo Center, the home of the NBA’s 76ers, and generally pack the 20,000-seat arena. “We want to keep the unique experience that our games [have] during the week, we’ll play here on campus. On weekends, we’ll play at the Wells Fargo Center,” Wright said. “If we just stayed here in our little Main Line building, we wouldn’t have any connection to Philly.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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W.I. Clark Company Holds Customer Appreciation Day in Conn.

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he W.I. Clark Company celebrated the first day of fall by hosting a customer appreciation day on Sept. 22 at its Wallingford, Conn., location. This family owned and operated business began in 1920 with Winfred Ira Clark selling parts off the back of a motorcycle. In 1925 he opened his first location in New Haven, Conn., selling Ingersoll Rand equipment and parts. W.I. Clark was very involved in the creation of many of the roads that exist in Connecticut today, and over the course of 90 successful years in business, has expanded into Connecticut’s premier John Deere, Hamm/Wirtgen/Vogele, Kleemann, LeeBoy, Hitachi, Doppstadt and Eager Beaver dealer with 88 employees and three locations throughout the state. The W.I. Clark company wanted to show its appreciation by giving back to its loyal customers and community. The event featured an array of food trucks, competitions, vendor displays, product demos and a truck show, which attracted more than 350 guests. Attendees had a chance to prove their skills in three different competitions: Aaron Nezvesky of Snow’s Farm won the Excavator Challenge as he mastered the controls of a John Deere 85G excavator. Brian Riendeau of Riendeau & Sons Logging won the Forestry Simulator Challenge by loading 42 logs in three minutes. The Excavator Simulator Challenge was won by Zack Tiezzi of Summit Landscaping. The grand prize raffle drawing featured the free use of a mini-excavator for an entire month, which was awarded to Chip Neal of Seymour Sealing Service. Topcon, a vendor at the event, had a wide range of GPS tools on display for land surveying and equipment control. It also had a demonstration allowing customers first-hand access to a Hitachi excavator equipped with a GPS system that allowed them to operate the machine without needing to look through the windshield. The Topcon 3D-MC2 increases speeds up to 200 percent when installed on a dozer, with a tighter accuracy than ever before, and machines can now be ordered already equipped with these devices. W.I. Clark proudly serves all of Connecticut, western Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Its Brookfield location is closing and moving to 17 Eagle Road in Danbury, Conn., conveniently located just off I-84.

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(L-R): Norm, Steve, Jack and Sam Haller, all of Haller Construction in Easton, Conn., have been loyal customers of The W.I. Clark Company for more than 25 years. Haller Construction Company prides itself on, “working in harmony with nature.”

The W.I. Clark Company celebrated the first day of fall by hosting a customer appreciation day on Sept. 22 at its Wallingford, Conn., location.

Tom Lawlor of Tom Lawlor & Son won 1st place in the pick-up division of the truck show with his 1977 Ford F-150. (L-R) are Mark Hansen, vice president of product support; Tom Lawlor; and Rob.

Kyle Pelletier of Truck Builders of Connecticut won 1st place in the tractor division in the truck show contest with his 1986 Mack Superliner.

Collin Morin of Morin Paving in Plainville, Conn., won 2nd place in the dump division of the truck show with his 1988 Mack RM FWD.

William “Bill” Dufford (L), founder of Riverview Farms in Glastonbury, Conn., and Doug Hansen, president of W.I. Clark Company, were enjoying catching up at the customer appreciation day.


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Equipment Displays, Demos at W.I. Clark’s Open House CLARK from page 52

Testing operators’ skills on this John Deere 85G excavator was just one of W.I. Clark company’s competitions for the day. Whoever could set this ball on the designated props without hitting the side cones, in the fastest amount of time would win, and Aaron Nezvesky of Snow’s Farm did just that. Customers were able to demo this Hitachi excavator equipped with Topcon GPS technology, showing them how effortlessly it can be operated without needing any visibility through the windshield.

(L-R) are Mark Mockovak, finance manager of W.I. Clark Company; Mark Hansen, vice president of W.I. Clark Company; and Kim Pelletier of Truck Builders of Connecticut. Peletier won 1st place in the dump division of the truck show contest with his 1963 Mack B-61 and also won the overall People’s Choice Award with the same truck. He was all smiles receiving his award.

The forestry simulator was another challenge to entice the customers to test their skills.

Erik J. Burr, executive chef of Pig Rig BBQ in Wallingford, Conn., served melt-in-your-mouth ribs and brisket to hungry customers.

Guests of all ages enjoyed the day at W.I. Clark’s customer appreciation day.

An inside view of the cab of the Hitachi excavator sporting the Topcon GPS technology.

“FREE ICE CREAM!” Mister Softee’s Ice Cream of Bridgeport, Conn., was a delicious treat on this surprisingly hot 85 degree “fall” day.


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Contractor Goes to Extremes to Complete Runway Rebuild By Jeff Winke SPECIAL TO CEG

Knik Construction Co. Inc., of Anchorage, Alaska, appears to thrive on the difficult construction, dredging, and paving projects that most would be intimidated to take on. A perfect example is a project in Yakutat, Alaska. Yakutat, as described by its own chamber of commerce, is “located along the rugged Alaskan Gulf Coast between Sitka and Cordova. Bounded by the Gulf of Alaska on the south, nearly impenetrable mountains to the north, and coastal glaciers to the east and west, Yakutat is about as remote as one can get in Alaska. There are no roads leading into or out of Yakutat. All commerce and access must occur via air or sea.” The project that took Knik to this picturesque village is the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Funding (ADOT&PF) Yakutat Airport Runway Pavement Rehabilitation project. In Alaska, the state DOT maintains all the airports. The Yakutat Airport (YAK) is a state-owned, public use airport located 3 mi. (6 km) southeast of the central business district of Yakutat. For the approximately 600 residents of Yakutat, this two-runway airport is critical. The FAA shows an average of 11,000 YAK airplane boardings annually. “Our project was the asphalt resurfacing of runway 11/29, A total of 6,000 tons which is 8,136 feet by 194 feet, (5,443 t) of millings plus a 300 foot taxiway,” said were removed. Amanda Gilliland, project manager of Knik Construction Co. “For the project, the runway was divid- plant, supplies and asphalt concrete material ed into three sections — raising the 29 end, had to be shipped via barge, which came to which tapered from the existing runway to Yakutat once a month. More than 3,000 tons an elevated 2.5 feet; a middle section where (2,721.5 t) of asphalt concrete material was the runways intersect, that required varied shipped to Yakutat with each cube of asphalt profile milling; and a final section that need- cement weighing about 27 tons (24.5 t). Knik started processing aggregate in ed .5-inch surface milling, which was March 2016 and began work on the runway enough to remove the texture grooves.” The four-month project was a logistical on May 1. It was opened up for use at the challenge. All the heavy equipment, asphalt end of August.

The existing runway served as the base for the paving.

There were two paving crews with six workers on each, plus eight locally-hired truck drivers.

“We needed to carefully plan our shipments, because if anything was forgotten, we were stuck until the next month’s barge, or we would need to fly it in,” Gilliland stated. “It also meant that we needed very reliable equipment with maintenance up to date — we wouldn’t want to send a truck over on the barge that needs new tires in a week.” Knik had a three-worker milling crew. They used a Roadtec RX900e with 12.5-ft.

(3.8 m) cutting drum. The machine features a Tier IVi Caterpillar C27 950 hp (700 kW) @ 1,800 rpm engine and 14-in. (35.5 cm) maximum cutting depth. A total of 6,000 tons (5,443 t) of millings were removed, which was mixed with 50 percent D-1 locally-produced aggregate base and reused as fill on the section of the see RUNWAY page 64


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Cat Designs 815K Soil Compactor for Optimum Compaction The Cat 815K soil compactor, weighing 49,353 lbs. (22,386 kg) and equipped with a Cat C7.1 ACERT U.S. EPA Tier IV Final/EU Stage IV engine, is designed for heavy-duty compaction and dozing operations. This durable design, which lasts through multiple life cycles, provides optimum customer value with high production and low-cost operation. The Caterpillar built power train ensures reliability in this difficult application, and the 815K’s wheel design delivers high ground pressures. In addition, the available Cat Compaction Control system and Cat COMPACT technologies provide compaction-measurement and mapping capabilities that enhance the overall efficiency of the compaction process, according to the manufacturer. Structures and Wheels The 815K’s full-box-section rear frame resists torsional shock, twisting forces and heavy-duty steering-cylinder mounts that dissipate steering loads into the frame. Axle mounting is designed to provide increased structural integrity. This robust design combines with high-strength materials and robotic welding to ensure durability and overall machine strength. Four forces (pressure, manipulation, impact and vibration) combine with the 815K’s modifiedchevron, tamping-wheel tip design to provide optimum compaction results, meeting density requirements (typically 95 to 100 percent standard proctor) in fewer passes (whether forward or reverse), while delivering increased traction and a smooth ride. The 815K achieves compaction from the bottom of the lift to the top, and the tampered wheel tips “walk” out of the lift without fluffing the soil, leaving the top of the lift compacted with a relatively smooth and sealed surface. Haul units can maintain high speeds on the surface when delivering fill, which the 815K can spread without assistance, possibly eliminating extra onsite machines. Each wheel has two cleaner bars with hardened-steel, adjustable tips. Compaction Technology Available for the 815K is the Cat compaction control system, which

The 815K achieves compaction from the bottom of the lift to the top, and the tampered wheel tips “walk” out of the lift without fluffing the soil, leaving the top of the lift compacted with a relatively smooth and sealed surface.

uses machine drive power (MDP) technology to measure rolling resistance and to correlate resistance with soil stiffness. The MDP system works in both cohesive and granular soils. An optional 3D mapping system correlates compaction measurements with the machine’s location, providing a graphic, real-time view of compaction progress and a record of compaction results. In addition, available Cat COMPACT technologies combine an advanced compaction- measurement system with in-cab guidance and reporting capabilities to assist in consistently meeting compaction targets, uniformly, in minimum passes, saving fuel and rework costs. Also, Cat LINK technologies, Product Link, for example, wirelessly deliver pertinent operating data (such as machine location, hours, fuel usage, idle time, and event codes) via the online VisionLink user interface to assist in managing the

fleet and lowering operating costs. Power Train The 815K’s Cat C7.1 ACERT engine, developing 248 net hp (185kW), features innovative Cat electronics, fuel injection process, air-management system, and emissions controls, including the Cat NOx (nitrogen oxide) reduction system and selective-catalyticreduction and diesel- particulatefilter (DPF) after-treatment systems. The DPF regenerates (eliminates accumulated soot) without interrupting the work cycle. The high-pressure, common-rail fuel system contributes to fuel efficiency, as does the 815K’s automatic idle-shutdown system. The 3F/3R Cat planetary powershift transmission uses integrated electronic controls for smooth shifting. Advanced gear metallurgy and premium, durable clutch-disc material ensure long service life, according to the manufacturer.

Operator Amenities and Safety The 815K’s cab is isolationmounted to reduce vibration and sound, and a Cat Comfort Series III air-suspension seat adds to operator comfort. Temperature control is automatic, and a cabpressurization system uses filtered air to keep the cab environment clean and fresh. Expansive glass areas ensure all-around visibility, enhanced by a rearview camera. The 815K uses Cat STIC steering control, which allows singlelever, low-effort steering with simple side-to-side movements, as well as fingertip transmission control. An electro-hydraulic, singlelever implement-control system provides responsive, precise blade positioning. For further machine control, the left pedal acts as a brake, transmission neutralizer, and engine decelerator. The decelerator allows quickly overriding

the engine speed selected by the throttle lock to slow the machine when maneuvering. Serviceability Routine maintenance is performed safely and conveniently with the 815K’s ground-level or platform access. Service points are grouped, swing-out doors on both sides of the engine compartment provide easy access to daily service checks, and ecology drains help prevent spills. Sight gauges permit quick, visual inspection of fluid levels and minimize fluid contamination. The Cat VIMS (vital information management system) provides notifications that allow potential operational issues to be resolved in a timely manner. For more information, visit www.cat.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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A. Montano Co, Inc. 571 Route 212 • Saugerties, NY 12477 845/247-0206 • Fax: 845/247-9321 www.amontano.com

Ambrose Equipment Co. 1401 Hooksett Road • Hooksett, NH 03106 603-644-8787 • Fax: 603-644-8747 1 Madison Street • Plainville, MA 02762 508-643-0044 • Fax: 508-643-0034 www.ambroseequipment.com

Best Line Equipment 25 Legion Rd. • Muncy, PA 17756 570/546-8422 183 Tomahawk Rd. • Towanda, PA 18848 570/265-4440 8001 Possom Hollow Rd. • Shippensburg, PA 17257 717/530-8400 www.bestline.com

E.W. Sleeper Company, Inc. 391 Loudon Rd. • Concord, NH 03302 603/225-3361 • 800/358-6007 Fax: 603/225-4918 www.ewsleeper.com

Groff Tractor New Jersey, LLC 551 N. Harding Highway • Vineland, NJ 08630 800-874-2650 212 Monmouth Rd. • Freehold, NJ 07728 800-874-2659 200 Bomont Place • Totowa, NJ 07512 800-558-7426 www.grofftractor.com

Highway Equipment Company 22035 Perry Highway • Zelienople, PA 16063 724/452-7800 • Fax: 724/452-7030 McKean, PA 814/476-7755 Dubois, PA 814/371-3600 www.highway-equipment.com

Midlantic Machinery 2240 Bethlehem Pike • Hatfield, PA 19440 215-822-0145 • Fax: 215-822-7971 6375 Allentown Blvd. • Harrisburg, PA 17112 717-652-3190 • Fax: 717-540-0251 1261 Highway 315 • Wilkes Barre, PA 18702 570-824-9891 • Fax: 570-822-3561 6 S. Eleanor Ave. • Frackville, PA 17931 570-874-6140 • Fax: 570-874-4200 1400 Joh Avenue • Baltimore, MD 21227 410-247-2100 • Fax: 443-543-0344 28587 Sussex Hwy. • Laurel, DE 19956 302-715-5382 • Fax: 302-715-5384 www.midlanticmachinery.com

Tracey Road Equipment Syracuse 6803 Manlius Center Rd • East Syracuse, NY 13057 315-437-1471 Binghamton 1523 Route 11 North • Kirkwood, NY 13795 607-775-5010 Rochester 300 Middle Rd • Henrietta, NY 14467 585-334-5120 Watertown 19598 Cady Road • Adams Center, NY 13606 315-788-0200 Albany 115 Railroad Ave. • Albany, NY 12205 518-438-1100 www.traceyroad.com

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MAXIMIZER 3 DIS DISTRIBUTOR TRIBUTOR DELIVER A ACCURATE, CCURATE, UNIFORM APPLICATIONS APPLIC PLIC CA ATIONS Extending spraybar allows for seamless transitioning from 8 to 16 feet spraying to handle intersections, obstructions, lane drops and more! road’ss surface in front of an asphalt Designed for tack coating a road’ paver or chip spreader Whether curved or straight, the MAX3 will deliver accurate and uniform application from start to finish Spray bar width adjustment on the fly with in-cab automatic controls

Max 3 Asphalt Distributor EZ spray e extendible xtendible spraybar spraybar,, 8 to 16 feet

Semi-automated Enviro-flush clean out system L LeeBoy eeBoy equipment manufactured in the US USA A www.leeboy.com

1440 Route 9W Marlboro, NY 12542 845/236-3000 www.hoffmanequip.com

King of Prussia, PA 800/733-3776 www.usmuni.com

39 Jersey Street West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 Fax: 631/643-4060 www.allislandequipment.com

1701 Roseneath Rd., Richmond, VA 23230 804/359-4048 www.richmondmachinery.com

1109 Middle River Rd. Baltimore, MD 21220 410/780-4000 www.valleysupplyequipment.com

THE W.I. CLARK COMPANY 1275 Bloomfield Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 800/321-8080 Fax: 973/575-5553 118 St. Nicholas Ave. S. Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 800/241-7070 Fax: 908/753-7853 www.jesco.us

30 Barnes Ind. Pk. Rd. Wallingford, CT 06492 203/265-6781 Fax: 203/294-1216 15 Station Rd. Brookfield, CT 06804 203/775-1203 Fax: 203/740-2579 80 Pratt Rd. Plainfield, CT 06374 860/546-4808 Fax: 860/564-6928 www.wiclark.com

20332 Leitersburg Pike Hagerstown, MD 21742 301/733-7414

1001 Lehigh Station Road Henrietta, NY 14467 585/334-3867 866/683-5338 5035 Genesee Street Buffalo, NY 14225 716/681-7100 800/834-9606 monroetractor.com

Harrisburg, PA 800/325-6455 Fax: 717/564-7580 Wilkes-Barre, PA 866/667-6756 Syracuse, NY 800/368-6455 Albany, NY 518/357-2200 www.stephensonequipment.com

796 Unionville Rd. Prospect, PA 16052 724/865-9221 2350 Munster Rd. Lilly, PA 15946 814/886-5191 walshequipmentinc.com


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Knik Construction Co. Inc. Thrives on Challenge of Alaska Runway Project ELLIOTT & FRANTZ, INC www.elliottfrantz.com 10421 Guilford Road • Jessup, MD 20794 301/725-7394 Fax: 301/725-7361 38420 Sussex Highway • Delmar, DE 19940 302/846-3033 Fax: 302/846-0763 12051 Tac Court • Manassas, VA 20109 703/257-2381 Fax: 703/257-2383 450 E. Church Road • King of Prussia, PA 19406 610/279-5200 Fax: 610/279-6366

MONROE TRACTOR

For the approximately 600 residents of Yakutat, this two-runway airport is critical. RUNWAY from page 57

runway that required elevation to alleviate water issues. “Working in a remote location, it is beneficial to try to reuse immediately rather than stockpile, since the pile could sit for years or longer before it would be used as fill or RAP,” said Gilliland. “To ensure accurate milling depth, our cold planer is equipped with GPS machine control.” For the Yakutat Airport runway, Knik shipped a 400 tph portable double drum Astec asphalt plant; eight belly-dump haul trucks; two 8-ton (7.25 t) Blaw-Knox PF4410 tracked pavers; and two Roadtec SB-2500e Shuttle Buggy material transfer vehicles. There were two paving crews with six workers on each, plus eight locally-hired truck drivers. For the most part, the existing runway served as the base for the paving. The asphalt plant was located near the shipping docks. The haul trucks would collect loads and transport them 8 mi. (12.8 km) to the material transfer vehicles (MTVs) at the runway site. “Shuttle Buggies worked great — we rarely do any paving without them,” Gilliland stated. “They give us consistency of HMA temperature and ensure against segregation. We’ve been using them a long time and, quite honestly,

couldn’t imagine doing any large paving projects without them.” According to Gilliland, the two MTVs kept both pavers productive and in instances where there was not adequate space for the trucks to dump, the belly dump could offload in another area not far from the paving train and the Shuttle Buggy would pick up the pile from there and transport it back to the paver — without having to stop the paver. The Shuttle Buggy has 25 tons (22.7 t) storage capacity. The Yakutat Airport project required 62,000 tons (56,245.5 t) of HMA, making it the biggest paving project in Alaska for 2016. On a good production day, Knik Construction paved as much as 6,000 tons, leaving the top lift of the runway with very few transverse joints. The company used infrared cameras to shoot the pavement right after it’s placed to confirm that there are no temperature variations — cold spots in the mat. Minimal color variation in the infrared image indicates minimal temperature difference in the mix, a result of good remixing. “The Shuttle Buggy uses a triple auger mixing technology which equalizes temperatures and evenly mixes large and small particles,” Gilliland said. “The asphalt spec for the job, see RUNWAY page 70

www.monroetractor.com 1001 Lehigh Station Road • Henrietta, NY 14467 585/334-3867 Fax: 585/334-0001 5035 Genesee Street • Buffalo, NY 14225 716/681-7100 Toll Free: 800/834-9606 7300 Eastman Road • N. Syracuse, NY 13212 315/452-0000 Toll Free: 800/287-5286 110 Old Ithica Road • Elmira, NY 14845 607/739-8741 6 Equipment Drive • Binghamton, NY 13904 607/754-6570

EDWARD EHRBAR, INC. www.ehrbar.com 4 Executive Plaza • Yonkers, NY 10701 914/738-5100 Long Island 601 Coates Ave. • Holbrook, NY 11741 631/563-7600 New York City 718/626-3331 42 Kenosia Avenue • Danbury, CT 06810 203/743-0088 Fax: 203/743-0266

SCHMIDT EQUIPMENT INC. www.schmidtequipment.com 80 Southbridge Rd. • Route 20 • North Oxford, MA 01537 508/987-8786 • 800/922-8295 Fax: 508/987-3578 2397 GAR Highway • Rte 6 & 136 • North Swansea, MA 02777 508/379-9810 • 800/456-6885 Fax: 508/379-1160 88 Camelot Drive • Unit 42 • Plymouth, MA 02360 508/830-9997 • 800/916-0997 Fax: 508/830-1014 1620 Page Blvd • Springfield, MA 01104 413/543-5595 • 800/734-5594 Fax: 413/543-5871 10 Republic Road • North Billerica, MA 01862 978/667-4345 • 800/531-2266 Fax: 978/667-4810

The Yakutat Airport (YAK) is a state-owned, public use airport located 3 mi. (6 km) southeast of the central business district of Yakutat.

The Yakutat Airport project required 62,000 tons (56,245.5 t) of HMA, making it the biggest paving project in Alaska for 2016.


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Serving the Asphalt Industry for 25 Years 2002 Etnyre Centennial distributor, 2000 gallons, computer w/1 ft cut-offs, diesel heat, 14 ft spray bar, Sterling Acterra w/Cummins diesel engine, 5 spd trans, 2 spd axle

1999 Ingersoll Rand PT125R pneumatic roller, 9 wheels, J.D. diesel engine, water system

2005 Blaw Knox PF 3200 paver, Omni IIIA 10-18 ½ ft screed w/diesel heat, power crown and slope, Cummins 5.9L diesel engine, power auger tunnels

2008 Cat AP1000D paver, AS2302 screed 10-18 ft w/electric heat, Cat C7 diesel engine, power crown, slope & height, spray down hose & reel, self lubing system, front wheel assist

2002 Rosco Maximizer II distributor, 1950 gallons, EZ2S computer w/1 ft cut-offs, 12 ft spray bar, diesel heat, Freightliner FL-70 w/Cat 3126 diesel engine, 5 spd trans, 2 spd axle

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Holbrook, NY 601 Coates Ave., Holbrook, NY 11741 631-563-7600 2012 Volvo DD25W double drum 47” vibratory roller, double drum drive, hydrostatic drive, Kubota diesel engine, water system, low hrs

2006 Blaw Knox PF 5510 track paver, Omni IIIE 10-18 ½ ft electric heated screed, Cummins diesel engine, power crown & slope, Ultra 3 auger sensors, power auger tunnels

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Piscataway, NJ 300A S. Randolphville Rd., Piscataway, NJ 08855 732-752-2828 2005 Rosco Maximizer II distributor, 1750 gallons, EZ-2S computer w/1 ft cut-offs, diesel heat, 12 ft spray bar, Freightliner FC-80, Cummins diesel engine, 6 spd auto trans, new rear tires

2010 Cat AP1055D track paver, Carlson EZIV-1019 electric heated screed, Cat C7 diesel engine, power crown, slope & height, spray down hose & reel, self lubing system, power auger tunnels

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Contact your local dealer: CHADWICK-BAROSS, INC. Bangor, ME 207.942.4838 Caribou, ME 207.498.2547 Westbrook, ME 207.854.8411 Contact your local Concord, dealer:NH 603.224.4063

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GEORGE ASSOCIATES, INC. Silver Spring, MD 301.589.9490 City, ST 123.456.7890 HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO. City,PA ST Drums, 123.456.7890 570.788.1127 Ephrata, PA 717.859.3132 City, ST Harrisburg, PA 123.456.7890 717.564.3031 Lock Haven, PA City, ST 570.769.1070 123.456.7890 PENN JERSEY Deptford, NJ 856.227.6400 Dealer Name Frenchtown, NJ 908.824.4200 CityIsland, , ST NY Staten 123.456.7890 718.448.2444 Lionville, PA 610.363.9200 City, ST 123.456.7890 TYLER EQUIPMENT E. Longmeadow, MA City, ST 413.525.6351 123.456.7890 Berlin, CT 860.356.0840 City, ST VANTAGE EQUIPMENT 123.456.7890 Batavia, NY 585.344.1931 Latham, NY Dealer Name 518.220.9500 Syracuse, NY 315.437.2611 City, ST 123.456.7890 WOODCO MACHINERY Avon, MA City, ST 508.584.8484 123.456.7890 Woburn, MA 781.935.3377 Johnston, City, SRI T 401.942.9191 123.456.7890

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Sakai Launches SW654-Series of Tier IV Final Rollers Attendees of World of Asphalt 2016 in March were the first to see Sakai’s upgraded SW654-series vibratory tandem rollers. The upgraded rollers now feature a Kubota engine. Designed to meet the rigors of daily use in medium-sized to highway-class paving jobs, the Sakai SW654-series rollers are ideal for small to large tonnage jobs requiring oscillation. These include thin lifts, bridge decks and compaction over existing utilities or near aging structures. General paving applications for the single eccentric shaft SW654 and SW654B and twin-eccentric shaft SW654ND oscillating rollers include widening of roadways to compaction of shoulders and ramps to parking lots and driveways. The “B” model features a split drum suited best for operating in tight corners without pushing or shoving material. “Our customers trust these products for Sakai’s industry-leading service record,” said Denver Weinstiger, Sakai VP of sales and product support. “Their confidence is backed by our nationwide network of dealer support locations ensuring end users of maximum reliability.”

sumption up to 37 percent. Weinstiger said, “This upgrade raises the performance bar for all rollers just that much more, coupling the economics of maximum uptime with reduced cost of operation.” Sakai America’s upgraded SW654-series vibratory tandem roller, pictured with new ROPS.

Engine Upgrade All of the 8-speed SW654-series models achieve Tier IV Final emissions compliance with Kubota’s 3.33 L diesel engine rated at 73 bhp. Cost of operation is further reduced with Sakai’s new ECO compaction mode (ECM). ECM reduces fuel con-

Quality Mat Vibratory compaction by the 58-in (147 cm) wide, 42-in. (106.6 cm) diameter drums is achieved at 3,000 vpm in low frequency or 4,000 vpm in high frequency for fast, efficient achievement of specified density targets. High-frequency rear drum dynamic linear pressure ranges from the SW654 roller’s 395 PLI to the SW654ND roller’s 715 PLI. Proven Sakai Features All Sakai tandem drum rollers employ crossmounted drive and vibration motors to evenly apply force to the mat as well as prevent material shoving or pushing during compaction. The upgrade also retains innovations such as Sakai’s custom-designed shock isolators that reduce the transmission of vibration back to the operator and critical machine components; a super-heavy-duty articulating and oscillating center hitch design for superior chassis stability, ground contact and operator control; neutral-activated dynamic hydrostatic braking, one of three separate braking systems found only on Sakai products for maximum operational safety, according to the manufacturer. For more information, visit www.sakaiamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Around-the-Clock Support…

Minnich’s New Website Boasts Responsive, Easy-to-Use Design Minnich Manufacturing, a manufacturer of concrete dowel pin drills, concrete paving vibrators and vibrator monitoring systems, launched its fully redesigned website, www.minnich-mfg.com. Responsive design and simplified navigation make the bold new Minnich website easy for contractors to use on any device. Plus, the site is now more informative than ever with robust new product pages, added training videos and a new monthly blog, according to the company. “We strive to provide our customers with around-the-clock support, and part of that is having a website that’s powerful and easy-to-use,” said Jim Minnich, company owner. “On the new site, our customers will find all the Minnich information and resources they need quickly and easily.” Minnich enhanced dowel-pin drill and vibrator product pages to include: • Interactive features information • Links to related videos, articles and products • Easier access to specifications • Ideal applications (road and runway construction, general construction, and/or gas and utility) The redesigned site features an expanded library of operation, maintenance, repair and tips videos. In addition, a monthly blog offers timely tips and the latest Minnich and industry news. Currently available in English, the site will soon be available in Spanish, German and French. Customers also can connect online with Minnich on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MinnichMfg/ and Instagram at www.instagram.com/MinnichMfg/. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Minnich Manufacturing has redesigned its website.


Construction Equipment Guide • Paving Section • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • November 2, 2016 • Page 69

5300 A ASPHALT SPHAL AL LT PAVER P PA AVER THE INDUS INDUSTRY’S TRY’S NEWEST NEWEST COMPACT C COMP OMP PACT PAVER P PA AVER Handles the material load of a standard paver while maintaining the ability to fit into tight spaces Large L arge capacity material hopper gives this compact paver great agility and versatility utility,, patch, path, mill and fill work Designed for trench, utility Tier 4 Final diesel engine Ultra-efficient material management system reduces hand work and increases productivity Legend Proven L egend HD mini electric screed technology

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JESCO 1275 Bloomfield Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 • 800/321-8080 Fax: 973/575-5553 118 St. Nicholas Ave. S. Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 • 800/241-7070 Fax: 908/753-7853 www.jesco.us

MONROE TRACTOR 1001 Lehigh Station Rd. Henrietta, NY 14467 585/334-3867 • 866/683-5338 5035 Genesee Street Buffalo, NY 14225 716/681-7100 • 800/834-9606 www.monroetractor.com

THE W.I. CLARK COMPANY STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT, INC. Harrisburg, PA 800/325-6455 Fax: 717/564-7580 Wilkes-Barre, PA 866/667-6756 Syracuse, NY 800/368-6455 Albany, NY 518/357-2200

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VALLEY SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 20332 Leitersburg Pike Hagerstown, MD 21742 301/733-7414 1109 Middle River Rd. Baltimore, MD 21220 410/780-4000

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Roadtec’s Shuttle Buggy Assists Paving Contractor on Runway

The company used infrared cameras to shoot the pavement right after it’s placed to confirm that there are no temperature variations — cold spots in the mat.

All the heavy equipment, asphalt plant, supplies and asphalt concrete material had to be shipped via barge, which came to Yakutat once a month. RUNWAY from page 64

talks about the HMA temperature requirement and the thermal segregation penalty, and also the requirement of using a MTV on the job.” With the project completed, Gilliland said, “Even with the numerous rain delays, the challenging logistics getting equipment and supplies, we’re proud that we’re completing

the largest asphalt paving project in the state this year and that we earned quality bonuses for the composition and density of our finished paved surface. This is definitely a unique project that all of us working on will remember for years to come.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s web- The project that took Knik to this picturesque village is the Alaska Department of site at www.constructionequipment- Transportation and Public Funding (ADOT&PF) Yakutat Airport Runway Pavement guide.com.) Rehabilitation project.


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

Penn-Jersey Deptford, NJ 856.227.6400

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CASE

JOHN DEERE Model

Engine Power hp (kw)

Loaders 605K 655K 755K Dozers 450J 550K 650K 700K 700K SmartGrade 750K 750K SmartGrade 850K 850K SmartGrade 850K WH 1050K

Weight lbs. (kg)

110 (83) 145 (110) 190 (141.7)

26,940 (12,220) 40,614 (18,422) 45,178 (20,492)

John Deere PowerTech PWX 4045 John Deere PowerTech PVX 6068 John Deere PowerTech PVX 6068

70 (52) 92 (69) 104 (78) 130 (97) 130 (97) 165 (123) 165 (123) 205 (152) 205 (152) 200 (151) 350 (261)

16,283-17,525 (7,386-7,949) 19,640-20,622 (8,908-9,354) 19,949-20,974 (9,049-9,514) 30,275- 31,290 (13,73314,193) 31,290 (14,193) 34,527-37,745 (15,661-17,121) 37,745 (17,121) 42,558-48,005 (19,304-21,775) 48,005 (21,775) 48,906 (22,183) 94,300-95,000 (42,800-43,100)

John Deere PowerTech M 4045 John Deere PowerTech PWX 4045 John Deere PowerTech PWX 4045 John Deere PowerTech PVX 6068 John Deere PowerTech PVX 6068 John Deere PowerTech PVX 6068 John Deere PowerTech PVX 6068 John Deere PowerTech PVX 6068 John Deere PowerTech PVX 6068 John Deere PowerTech PVX 6068 John Deere PowerTech PSS 6135

see CHART page 85

DRESSTA Model

Model

Engine Type

Weight Engine Power lbs. (kg) hp (kw)

Engine Type

Engine Power hp (kw)

650L LGP 650L LT 650L WT 750M LGP 750M WT 750M LT 850M LGP 850M WT 850M LT 1150M LGP 1150M WT 1150M LT 1650M LGP 1650M WT 1650M XLT 2050M LGP 2050M WT 2050M XLT 2050M LT

74 (55) 74 (55) 74 (55) 92 (66) 92 (66) 92 (66) 112 (84) 112 (84) 112 (84) 127 (95) 127 (95) 127 (95) 150 (112) 150 (112) 150 (112) 214 (160) 214 (160) 214 (160) 214 (160)

Weight lbs. (kg) 17,550 (7,959) 16,250 (7,370) 16,800 (7,619) 21,180 (9,607) 20,679 (9,379) 20,040 (9,089) 22,830 (10,355) 22,330 (10,129) 21,560 (9,779) 32,637 (14,804) 32,174 (14,594) 31,134 (14,122) 39,550 (17,939) 38,650 (17,531) 37,750 (17,123) 48,773 (22,123) 46,891 (21,269) 45,414 (20,599) 44,563 (20,213)

ONT. DRESSTA C Weight Engine Power Model

hp (kw)

TD25M Extra NDFILL TD25M Extra LA TD25R TD25R Extra NDFILL TD25R Extra LA tra Ex TD40E TD40R Extra

3.3 (Tier III) Cummins QSB 3.3 (Tier III) (8,516) B P 74 QS ,7 LG 18 rs ins ze m m Do Cu Crawler 78 (58) ,291) 4.5 (Tier III) (9 B 83 QS ,4 20 ins Cumm TD8R LGP 93 (69) ) 43 ,3 6.7 (Tier III) (9 B 98 QS ,5 20 Cummins TD9R LGP im) 101 (75) 0) 20 8, (1 ier 7 (T IV inter 40,124 mmins QSB 6. TD10R LGP 160 (119) 8.3 (Tier III) (18,720) Cu C 24 QS P ,1 LG 40 ins m tra m Ex Cu TD14M al) 160 (119) 0) 6.7 (Tier IV fin 47,663 (21,62 Cummins QSB TD14R LGP 190 (141) ier III) 0) (T 72 3 1, 8. (2 C 84 QS P ,8 47 Cummins TD15M Extra LG 205 (154) 0) 8.3 (Tier III) P 55,662 (25,23 Cummins QSC TD15R Extra LG 0 (179) 24 0) 24 8, (2 (Tier IV final) 58 L9 P ,2 QS LG 62 ins tra m Ex m Cu TD20M 0 (179) 0) (Tier IV final) P LANDFILL 24 54,719 (24,82 Cummins QSL9 TD20M Extra LG 248 (185) 0) 83 7, (2 55 P ,3 61 TD20R Extra LG 8 (185) 3.3 (Tier III) P LANDFILL 24 Cummins QSB TD20R Extra LG ) 80 ,1 3.3 (Tier III) (8 Non LG 18,034 Cummins QSB Crawler Dozers 78 (58) 4.5 (Tier III) B 95 (9,115) QS ,0 20 ins m Cum TD8R 93 (69) 6.7 (Tier III) B 48 (9,230) QS ,3 20 Cummins TD9R 101 (75) 0) 55 5, 6.7 (Tier III) (1 B 82 34,2 Cummins QS TD10R ) 160 (119) 0) 55 6, (1 (Tier IV interim 36,486 mins QSB 6.7 TD14M Extra 160 (119) IV interim) 6,570) Cum (1 ier (T 30 7 ,5 6. LT 36 B tra QS TD14M Ex 160 (119) 0) Cummins 8.3 (Tier III) 38,735 (17,57 Cummins QSC TD14R 160 (119) 0) 66 0, 8.3 (Tier III) (2 C 47 QS 45,5 Cummins TD14R LT 190 (141) 0) 81 0, 8.3 (Tier III) (2 45,878 Cummins QSC TD15M Extra 190 (141) 1,315) 8.3 (Tier III) (2 C 91 QS ,9 LT 46 ins m tra m Cu TD15M Ex 190 (141) 440) 1, ier IV final) (2 (T 7 67 6. ,2 T B W 47 Cummins QS TD15M Extra 190 (141) 0) 76 L 0, ier IV final) (2 (T FIL 7 68 ND 6. LA 45,7 Cummins QSB TD15M Extra al) 205 (154) 0) 91 0, (2 (T 6.7 ier IV fin 46,099 Cummins QSB TD15R Extra 205 (154) 1,415) 8.3 (Tier III) (2 C 12 QS ,2 47 LT ins m tra m Cu TD15R Ex 205 (154) 0) 8.3 (Tier III) T 53,351 (24,20 Cummins QSC TD15R Extra W 240 (179) 0) 21 7, 8.3 (Tier III) (2 C 87 QS ,9 59 Cummins TD20M Extra 0 (179) 24 0) 76 4, L 8.3 (Tier III) (2 C FIL ND 54,586 Cummins QS TD20M Extra LA 240 (179) ier IV final) (27,770) (T 22 L9 ,2 QS LT 61 ins tra m Ex Cum TD20M L 240 (179) 970) 3, ier IV final) FIL (2 (T ND 48 L9 LA ,4 QS LT 52 Cummins TD20M Extra 248 (185) 0) 21 7, ier IV final) (2 (T 87 L9 ,9 59 Cummins QS TD20R Extra 0 (179) 24 0) 35 4, ier IV final) L (2 (T FIL ND 53,682 Cummins QSL9 TD20R Extra LA 248 (185) (27,360) 18 ,3 60 LT tra Ex TD20R 0 (179) LANDFILL 24 TD20R Extra LT

330 (246) 330 (246) 330 (246) 330 (246) 330 (246) 515 (384) 536 (394)

D65WX-18 D65PX-18 D65EXi-18 D65PXi-18 D65EX-18 WH D65WX-18 WH D65PX-18 WH D85EX-18 D85PX-18 D85EX-18 WH D85PX-18 WH D155AX-7 WH D155AX-8 D155AXi-8 D275AX-5 D275AX-5WH D375A-6 D475A-5E0 D475ASD-5E0

Engine Type

15 (Tier III) Cummins QSX 0) 50 1, 15 (Tier III) (4 X 91 QS ,4 91 Cummins 0) 01 IV interim) 2, (4 ier (T 92,615 mmins QSX 15 Cu al) 0) 14 1, ier 15 (T IV fin 90,720 (4 Cummins QSX 0) ier IV final) (T 15 X 90,940 (41,25 QS Cummins 0) 9 (Tier III) 92,065 (41,76 Cummins QSK1 0) 70 7, ier IV final) (6 (T 1 06 149,25 Perkins 28 0) 149,251 (67,70

Engine Power hp (kw) 217 (162kW) 217 (162kW) 217 (162kW) 217 (162kW) 217 (162kW) 217 (162kW) 217 (162kW) 264 (197kW) 264 (197kW) 264 (197kW) 264 (197kW) 354 (264kW) 354 (264kW) 354 (264kW) 449 (335kW) 449 (335kW) 610 (455 kW) 890 (664 kW) 890 (664 kW)

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CASE 445TA/EG7a Tier III CASE 445TA/EG7a Tier III CASE 445TA/EG7a Tier III CASE F5HFL413J Tier IV Interim CASE F5HFL413J Tier IV Interim CASE F5HFL413J Tier IV Interim CASE F4HFE413P Tier IV Interim CASE F4HFE413P Tier IV Interim CASE F4HFE413P Tier IV Interim CASE F4HFE613F Tier IV Interim CASE F4HFE613F Tier IV Interim CASE F4HFE613F Tier IV Interim CASE F4HFE6132 Tier IV Interim CASE F4HFE6132 Tier IV Interim CASE F4HFE6132 Tier IV Interim CASE F4HFE613W Tier IV Inter im CASE F4HFE613W Tier IV Inter im CASE F4HFE613W Tier IV Inter im CASE F4HFE613W Tier IV Inter im

lbs. (kg)

KOMATSU Model

Engine Type

Weight lbs. (kg) 3) 51,529 (23,37 9) 51,960 (23,65 ) 45,780 (20810 ) 60 29 (2 20 ,4 50 ) 51,065 (23165 3) 57,035 (25,87 5) 53,468 (24,22 ) 20 09 (3 65 ,1 68 ) 63,800 (28940 ) 68,445 (31050 ) 64,080 (29070 0) 51 1, (4 15 ,5 91 ) 89,300 (40500 ) 90,610 (41100 0) 113,600 (51,53 0) 113,604 (51,53 0) 157,940 (71,64 90) 238,960 (108,3 00) 249,560 (113,2

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Case M Series Dozers Feature Increased Horsepower The Case Construction Equipment M Series line of dozers includes five models ranging from 92 to 214 net hp. M Series dozers were designed from the ground up and take into account extensive customer research, testing and feedback related to durability, productivity, controls, comfort and serviceability. Key features found on M Series dozers include best-in-class drawbar pull, increased horsepower ratings, the first selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology built into a dozer, fuel savings up to 14 percent, industry leading visibility, versatile controls and a pressurized cab for optimal comfort. The models include the 750M (92 hp), 850M (112 hp), 1150M (127 hp), 1650M (150 hp), and 2050M (214 hp). Pushing Productivity M Series Dozers deliver power and productivity through best-inclass drawbar pull (models 750M through 1650M), increased horsepower ratings, proven SCR engine technology, a hydrostatic drive system and an advanced load management system. The advanced load management system automatically reduces track speed (increasing torque) with a heavier load on the blade and increases track speed (reducing torque) with a lighter load on the blade, ensuring the machine is working at optimal power and efficiency. Exclusive Tier IV Interim Technology for Dozers The engines on models 850M through 2050M are built by Fiat Powertrain Technologies (FPT) and offer advantages in terms of maintenance (no regeneration or diesel particulate filter to maintain) and fuel efficiency (some models experience fuel savings up to 14 percent). One of the greatest advantages of SCR in this application relates to machine performance. SCR is well-suited for dozers because it lets the engine run at peak performance under variable loads without compromising the power or drawbar pull that achieves the brute force required for earthmoving. The 750M, designed primarily for the rental market, features a cooled exhaust gas recirculation

The Case M Series line of dozers includes five models ranging from 92 to 214 net hp. The models include the 750M (92 hp), 850M (112 hp), 1150M (127 hp), 1650M (150 hp), and 2050M (214 hp).

(CEGR) engine also produced by FPT. This emissions treatment requires diesel particulate filter maintenance but no end-user involvement in filling diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). Giving Control to the Operator Control customizations allow the operator to better tailor machine performance to jobsite conditions, including the ability to set blade sensitivity (1150M through 2050M), steering sensitivity and shuttle sensitivity to smooth, moderate or aggressive. This allows the operator to adjust machine responsiveness and controls to their preferences and ground conditions. An electrohydraulic joystick further simplifies operation by providing better feel and responsiveness to the operator. Fingertip blade shake allows for quick blade cleaning,

and a grading mode reduces blade speed by 40 percent for increased accuracy. Each M Series dozer also is compatible with blade control technologies from Leica Geosystems, Topcon and Trimble to match operator preference. Cab Built for Visibility, Comfort The models feature a cab-forward design with floor-to-ceiling glass doors to provide enhanced visibility down to the blade. A sloped hood and the position of the operator in the cab provide visibility to the ground in front of the machine. M Series dozers feature a sealed and pressurized cab that helps keep dust and other materials out of the operating environment. Noise is significantly reduced over previous generations down to 75 dBa, helping to reduce operator fatigue.

Amenities such as a factoryinstalled radio and environmental controls further make this the most comfortable Case dozer cab. Built to Last — Easy to Maintain The M Series dozers were designed to withstand the harshest of environments. This includes a box-style C-frame built for heavy earthmoving and a cooling system that is tested under maintained heavy load conditions and designed to optimize engine and hydraulic temperatures. Additional components, including cylinders, the electrical system and the rippers have been engineered to work in the toughest conditions, according to the manufacturer. All daily service checks — including hydraulic components, filters and electrical components –— are accessible from the ground and do not require hand tools for

access. Case ProCare Provides Peace of Mind All M Series dozers come standard with Case ProCare, heavy machine coverage. ProCare includes a three-year, 3,000-hour full-machine limited factory warranty; three-year, 3,000-hour planned maintenance contract; and a three-year Advanced Case SiteWatch telematics system. Case ProCare, when combined with Case’s extensive REMAN and undercarriage offering, help businesses acquire new equipment with confidence knowing that operating costs will be predictable for the first three years of ownership. For more information, visit www.CASECE.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Tracking the History of Crawler Loaders, Dozers

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A Cat Diesel D9 bulldozer does earthwork on a logging project in 1956.

In 1985, Caterpillar’s D9L crawler tractor was on the job.

By Brenda Ruggiero

tractor equipment for Caterpillar, and within the next year, Trackson created a loader attachment specifically for Caterpillar tractors that had the innovation of cable-operated vertical lift capabilities. Known as “Traxcavators” they were mounted above the tractor hood, which often made the machine unstable. The next step was to replace the cables with hydraulics, and Trackson was able to create a lighter attachment that was wellreceived in the industry. In fact, Caterpillar purchased Trackson Company in 1951 and adopted the Traxcavator name for all its crawler loaders. The company then began to

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Tracked (or crawler) loaders are machines with a tracked chassis and a loader that can be used for digging and moving/loading materials. They are a versatile component of any fleet, able to perform many tasks. These days, loaders are most often needed to move heavy materials on a construction site. They are well-suited for moving wood chips, sand, rock and recycled materials. Crawler loaders move on tracks, which can be manufactured using different materials and a varying number of grousers to make them capable of maneuvering various surfaces. Hydrostatic drives simplify the operation of the machines. The history of tracked loaders can be traced to the 1920s, when tractors were fitted with buckets that could be used for handling materials. Then in the 1930s, an English company, E. Boydell, created a small loader that included a tractor and a small bucket. While today’s crawler tractors are built as integrated units to provide the correct balance and strength for excavation, early models were manufactured as loader shovel attachments for specific tractors. These attachments are known to have been constructed as early as the 1930s, and were operated by cables and latches. Since that time, tracked loaders have reportedly had three notable evolutions in their design. The first versions, made from track tractors with scratch built loaders, were cable-operated like the bulldozers of that time. Both the loaders and the dozers lacked the ability to dig into hard ground, but

worked well when performing tasks like moving materials and loading duties, such as railroad cars and trucks. Hydraulic systems brought a major change for tracked loaders, increasing the power of the machine and allowing the application of down pressure to the bucket, which made it much easier to dig unworked ground with them. The next major change was the addition of hydrostatic drive systems. It is noted that one of the first companies to design crawler loader shovels was Trackson Company, which was founded in 1922. By 1936, the company was designing

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Liebherr 631 Kettenlader tracked loader.

build the loaders from the ground up rather than using attachments. The first integrated hydraulic crawler loader was released by Caterpillar in 1953, and was known as the No. 6 Traxcavator. In 1946, Tractomotive, a company based in Chicago, designed the first hydraulically powered bucket. It was supplied to AllisChalmers, which then went on to buy Tractomotive and build some of the largest crawler tractors in the industry. Around that same time, Bucyrus-Erie was building hydraulic attachments for International Harvester tractors. But it was Drott Company that was instrumental in helping International Harvester move into the crawler loader market. Drott designed a clamshell bucket that made the loader useful in four different ways as a loader, scraper, dozer, and clamshell. Hoover Machine Co. Ltd. and Caterpillar created an overhead dozer that worked by excavating from the front. The material was then lifted over the top of the machine so it could be released on the other side. For obvious reasons, overhead cab protection was a must with this design. By the 1970s, hydrostatic motors were introduced to crawler tractors, allowing them to be controlled by using a joystick for the tractor and another joystick for the loader. The first rear-engine hydrostatic crawler loader was introduced in 1971 by JCB. It reportedly set the standard for future crawler loaders. Since that time, hydraulic excavators have gained popularity and brought a downturn to the need for crawler loaders. However, many see HISTORY page 84


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Tracks Allow Dozers to Have Ground-Holding Capability HISTORY from page 82

are so large that they are difficult to move to various areas, making crawler loaders popular for companies that need to do specific tasks. A bulldozer is defined as a crawler (continuous tracked tractor) equipped with a substantial metal plate (known as a blade). It is most often used to push large quantities of soil, sand, rubble, or other such material during construction or similar work. The machines are used in many different projects, including farming, engineering, mining, factories, and quarries. Although the term “bulldozer” refers to the actual blade, most people associate the name with the entire vehicle. The tracks allow the dozers to have good ground-holding capability and mobility over even rough terrain. They are wide enough that the weight is distributed across the machine, preventing it from sinking even when the terrain is soft. This makes them good choices for numerous applications in construction, road building, and land clearing. The first endless chain tread was reportedly developed by Benjamin Holt in 1904 for his steam traction

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Caterpillar introduced the D9N crawler tractor in 1986.

engine. Around that time, the Hornsby Company in England converted a wheeled steam traction engine to a crawler format. This version was closer to what is

known today as a bulldozer. because it was steered by controlling power to each track. Hornsby’s patents were sold to Holt about a decade later.

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An early model (First Tractor Company) tractor, still operational, in Xinbu Island, Hainan Province, China.

A photographer working for Holt to take pictures of one of his crawler tractors commented that the rollers looked like a caterpillar when he saw the upside-down image through his camera lens. Holt reportedly liked the comparison, and used it as the name for his system. The Caterpillar Tractor Company was formed in August, 1925, by the merger of Holt’s company and its major competitor, the C. L. Best Gas Tractor Company. The first designs for the bulldozer were made in 1923 by farmer James Cummings and draftsman J. Earl McLeod, and a patent was issued on Jan. 6, 1925, for what was called an “attachment for tractors.” Tracked vehicles became common in the 1920s, such as the Caterpillar 60. They were equipped with thick metal plates in the front to enable them to complete earth-moving tasks. By 1929, attachments included three main types of bulldozer blades: a Ublade for pushing and carrying dirt for longer distances; a straight blade for spreading piles of dirt; and a brush rake for brush and roots. Over the years, dozers have been modified to fit the jobs that

they are needed for. One example of this is a smaller machine to be used in tight areas, such as in mining.As the size of the machines grew to meet the demands of the industry, they also became more sophisticated. This included the addition of automatic transmissions, hydraulic cylinders and electric motors, and grade control that was automatic. In more recent years, dozers have been outfitted with GPS technology, including systems made by Topcon Positioning Systems Inc., Trimble Inc. and Leica. Wellknown dozer manufacturers include Caterpillar, Komatsu, Liebherr, Case, and John Deere. Sources for this article include: •https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T racked_loader •http://www.ritchiewiki.com/wi ki/index.php/Crawler_Loader •http://www.ritchiewiki.com/wi ki/index.php/Crawler_Loader#ixz z4MKufM9x5 •http://inventors.about.com/od/b startinventions/a/bulldozer.htm (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Weight lbs. (kg)

Engine Power hp (kw)

Engine Type

141 (105) 181 (135)

,549) 37,245-40,893 (16,894-18 ,694) -22 ,746 (20 05 50,3 45,327-

125 (93) 161 (120) 201 (150) 248 (185) 336 (250) 416 (310)

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CATERPILLAR Model Crawler Dozers LGP D3K2 LGP D4K2 LGP D5K2 LGP D6K2 LGP (Tier IVF) D6N DS-LGP (Tier IVF) D6N DS-LGP WH (Tier IVF) D6T LGP (Tier IVF) D6T LGP WH (Tier IVF)

Engine Power hp (kw) 80 (60) 92 (69) 104 (78) 132 (98) 166 (124) 166 (124) 207 (154) 207 (154)

Weight lbs. (kg) 18,442 (8,365) 18,686 (8,476) 20,992 (9,522) 30,664 (13,909) 40,446 (18,346) 44,749 (20,296) 50,490 (22,902) 55,792 (25,307)

D 934 S A6 D 934 A7 D924 A7 D 934 A7 D 934 A7 D 936 A7 D 946 A7 D 9508 A7

Engine Type Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT

Model D7E LGP (Tier IVF) D7E LGP WH (Tier IVF) D8T LGP (Tier IVF) D8T LGP WH (Tier IVF) Crawler Dozers Non LGP D3K2 XL D4K2 XL D5K2 XL D6K2 XL (Tier IVF) D6N XL (Tier IVF) D6N XL WH (Tier IVF) D6T XL (Tier IVF) D6T XL WH (Tier IVF) D6T XW (Tier IVF) D7E (Tier IVF) D7E WH (Tier IVF) D8T (Tier IVF) D8T WH (Tier IVF) D9T D9T WH D9T (Tier IVF) D9T WH (Tier IVF) D10T2 D11T D11T CD

Engine Power hp (kw) 238 (177) 238 (177) 312 (233) 312 (233) 80 (60) 92 (69) 104 (78) 132 (98) 166 (124) 166 (124) 207 (154) 207 (154) 238 (177) 238 (177) 312 (233) 312 (233) 312 (233) 410 (306) 410 (306) 436 (325) 436 (325) 600 (447) 850 (634) 850 (634)

Weight lbs. (kg)

62,886 (28,525) 68,123 (30,900) 82,496 (37,420) 91,270 (41,399) 17,465 (7,922) 18,007 (8,168) 20,313 (9,214) 29,258 (13,271) 36,943 (16,757) 40,818 (18,515) 46,263 20,985) 51,563 (23,389) 48,034 (21,788) 57,441 (26,055) 63,537 (28,820) 86,900 (39,417) 85,650 (38,850) 94,265 (42,758) 109,705 (49,761) 95,917 (43,507) 110,471 (50,109) 139,010 (63,054) 208,589 (94,614) 220,385 (99,965)

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John Deere Crawler Dozers Win Red Dot Design Award The John Deere 850K and 1050K crawler dozers impressed a jury of independent design specialists from 41 countries, and took home the 2016 Red Dot Award — one of the world’s largest and most distinguished design accolades. In collaboration with BMW Group subsidiary Designworks, John Deere developed an industrial design language on the 850K and 1050K that delivered a consistent aesthetic to the entire dozer family. These machines boast industryleading toughness for mining, quarrying, road building and other large-scale operations, according to the manufacturer. “We are incredibly humbled to receive such prestigious recognition from these experts in the industrial design industry,” said Doug Meyer, global director construction engineering. “The award underscores the hard work of the John Deere team and our partners to deliver strong, durable machinery that helps our customers achieve outstanding results.” The John Deere 850K crawler

The John Deere 850K and 1050K crawler dozers took home the 2016 Red Dot Award — one of the world’s largest and most distinguished design accolades.

dozer boasts more power and weight for increased productivity and an EPA Final Tier IV/EU Stage IV diesel engine for work in non-attainment areas. Deere included equipment owners and operators from the beginning of the design process to develop optimal solutions for the updated 850K

crawler dozer. Key serviceability features, such as the easy-to clean “V-cool” package, give the 850K “best-in-class” status in the vehicle market. The entire K-Series crawler dozer product line now has a spacious redesigned cab that is noticeably quieter and more comfortable. The

overall design language emphasizes chamfering to enhance visibility to the blade, side and rear of the machine, according to the manufacturer. The John Deere 1050K crawler dozer is a production-class machine built to emphasize strength, toughness and durability.

Because operators spend long work hours in construction machinery, product durability and user comfort are of the utmost importance. Strong chamfers, surface breaks and stout overall proportions secure an active stance and directional assertiveness. Manufacturers and designers entered a record number of approximately 5,200 innovations in the Red Dot Award Product Design category in 2016. The jury also was bigger than before, with 41 experts coming together in Germany to assess each entry live and on site over a period of several days. The 850K and 1050K weren’t the only John Deere products to win. The 8000 Series self-propelled forage harvester from the Agricultural Division also secured a prestigious Red Dot Award. For more information, visit www.johndeere.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Komatsu D39EX/PX-24 Dozer Offers Powerful, Quiet Grading Komatsu America Corp. introduced the D39EX/PX-24 crawler dozer, a smooth, powerful, quiet machine for grading across a wide range of applications. “I’d say to anyone looking for a nimble, powerful machine that’s easy to transport and a breeze to operate, this is the dozer for you,” said Jonathan Tolomeo, Komatsu product manager. “Residential and commercial development, highways, golf courses — the D39EX/PX-24 gets it done on any of these light-to-medium dozing and fine grading applications and more.” Under The Hood • A 3.26 L, 105 hp, EPA Tier IV Final certified, SAA4D95E-7 engine offers the same power, while increasing fuel efficiency with the addition of the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). • A new water cooled variable flow turbocharger provides added durability and excellent engine response. • The Komatsu diesel oxidation catalyst provides 98 percent passive regeneration and does not interfere with machine operation. • New auto-idle shutdown and economy modes that help reduce idle time and

The Komatsu D39EX/PX-24 crawler dozer has a 3.26 L, 105 hp, EPA Tier IV Final certified SAA4D95E-7 engine.

save fuel. Machine Performance Enhancements • New standard, operator-selectable, automatic reverse grading mode enables automatic blade control, per customer feedback. • New triple labyrinth final drive and cover design provide improved protection from mud and debris. Other noteworthy features on the D39EX/PX-24 crawler dozer:

• A choice between quick-shift, three-speed mode and a variable, 20-speed customizable transmission mode to suit personal preferences. • Proprietary engine and hydrostatic transmission technology that improves machine efficiency and cuts fuel consumption. • Pioneering Level 5 KOMTRAX telematics system and monitor that provides key machine metrics, including DEF consumption, fuel level, operating hours, location, cautions and maintenance alerts.

• New operator ID also makes it possible to view KOMTRAX data by job, application or operator. • Large, multi-lingual, 7 inch, highresolution LCD monitor with ecology guidance that helps operators monitor machine performance for maximum fuel efficiency and follow real-time integrated diagnostics for troubleshooting without a laptop. • Standard rear-view monitoring system that promotes increased operator awareness of potential worksite hazards. The D39EX/PX-24, whether rented, leased or purchased, is covered by the Komatsu Care program for the first three years or 2,000 hours, whichever comes first. Komatsu Care includes scheduled factory maintenance, a 50-point inspection at each service and two complementary factory recommended services of the SCR (selective catalytic reduction)/DEF (diesel exhaust fluid) system, including tank flushes and strainer cleaning at 4,500 and 9,000 hours in the first five years. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Boston’s ‘Salt & Pepper’ Bridge Receives $255M Makeover By Irwin Rapoport

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MassDOT anticipates that crews from White-Skanska-Consigli Joint-Venture (WSC) will complete the $255 million Longfellow Bridge rehabilitation between Cambridge and Boston in June 2018. The project will restore the historic bridge, built in 1908, including rebuilding its iconic “salt and pepper” towers. The bridge is a crucial link between the two cities and is an important regional connection. The project began in March 2013 and is being funded by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Federal Highway Administration. The bridge is 2,135 ft. (650.7 m) long and has a deck width of 105 ft. (32 m). The existing structure has two vehicle lanes in each direction, and accommodates 28,000 cars and trucks daily, as well as cyclists and pedestrians. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Red Line also uses the bridge. When completed, the bridge will have two inbound to Boston vehicular travel lanes, one outbound to Cambridge lane, and the two rebuilt MBTA Red Line tracks. The project also includes the replacement of the adjacent Frances Appleton pedestrian bridge by widening sidewalks and adding bike lanes. A new lighting system is being installed and areas along the riverbank disturbed by the construction will be fully restored. The bridge, which has eleven original open-spandrel steel arch spans, plus two steel girder approach spans at the Cambridge end, was extended in 1956 and rehabilitated in 1959. The cross-section provided an upstream 6-ft. (1.8 m) sidewalk and a 33-ft. (10 m) wide roadway while the downstream side consisted of a 10-ft. (3 m) sidewalk and 29-ft. (8.8 m) wide roadway. The bridge’s substructure is built of granite block masonry and consists of ten hollow piers and two hollow abutments. The two central piers carry the neoclassicallyinspired dressed granite towers. Boston area drivers are used to major construction projects affecting traffic. WSC is required to maintain emergency response, MBTA Red Line service and bicycle and pedestrian access on the bridge at all times. Road and lane closures for materials delivery and equipment moves are scheduled during off-peak travel times to minimize traffic impacts. The following elements of the project are complete: • Installation of a new off-ramp from Storrow Drive to Charles Circle • Reinforcing steel and cast-in-place concrete for seismic reinforcement of the 10 piers and two abutments • Arch girder repairs • Fabrication and installation of replica spandrel columns • New floor beams, stringers, precast deck slabs and sidewalk framing • Cleaning, repairing and re-installing replica cast iron fascia plates and ornamental pedestrian railing

MassDOT anticipates that crews will complete the $255 million Longfellow Bridge rehabilitation in June 2018.

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The historical status of the bridge requires that certain portions of the work are refurbished accurately, including spans 1, 2, and 11 that go over dry land. The use of rivets is required for these portions.

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The bridge is a crucial link between the two cities and is an important regional connection.

• Installation of the reinforcing steel and cast-in-place concrete deck and sidewalk • Removal, cleaning, repairing and re-installation of the four salt and pepper towers and the granite wall and cap stones • Installation of the driven pile foundation and cast-inplace concrete for the new pedestrian bridge • Installation of new MBTA, MassDOT and third party utilities The current phase is due to be complete in June 2018, a three-month savings to the original schedule presented by WSC. At the conclusion of this phase MBTA Red Line Trains, vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic will all be in their final positions. A major problem for WSC has been the confined work area, which means that safety is a priority for workers and bridge users. “There are restrictions and limited elbow room because the arches between the spans are staying in place, you can appreciate the level of tolerance and accuracy of how things were built in the early 1900s,” said McInerney. “When you tie into existing pieces of infrastructure, it becomes more challenging. Things have to line up and in many instances they don’t. “The original builders used riveted construction for all the steel — a hot rivet was placed and compressed to conform to a hole. When we removed the rivets to replace the deficient steel, they did not necessarily line up. We have to replace the rivets with bolts and the bolts have to fit into the diameter of the hole. Some of the holes had to be reamed out to make them true and lined up to not impact the sizing of the see LONGFELLOW page 92


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Retired Caterpillar Inc. Chairman, CEO, Glen Barton Passes Away at 77 Glen Barton, former Caterpillar Inc. chairman and chief executive officer (CEO), died Oct. 24 in Peoria, Ill., at age 77. Mr. Barton retired in 2004 after nearly 43 years of Caterpillar service, spending the last five as chairman and CEO. “The Caterpillar family is extremely saddened by Glen’s passing,” said Caterpillar Chairman and CEO Doug Oberhelman. “Glen’s legacy of leadership extends far beyond Caterpillar’s walls. His commitment to Peoria and our communities was remarkable. I’ll start with his Caterpillar leadership. He rose through the Caterpillar ranks, starting in 1961 as a college graduate trainee. Under his leadership, Caterpillar fully embraced 6 Sigma. It brought remarkable improvements throughout the company, including an intense focus on quality and safety. We continue that focus today, and 6 Sigma remains our foundation for continuous improvement. We are forever indebted to him for his commitment to making Caterpillar a stronger company. “And just as important is his unprecedented generosity to the Peoria area. Glen’s dedication and hard work will continue to leave a positive impact for many, many future generations. Together with his wife Polly, Glen was the epitome of philanthropic leaders. He was the driving force behind Quest Charter Academy and a tireless leader and supporter of the Peoria Zoo, the Peoria Playhouse, WTVP and Illinois Central College. Our deepest condolences are extended to Polly and the entire Barton family.” Mr. Barton joined Caterpillar in 1961 and held numerous marketing and general man- Glen Barton agement positions. After two tours with Caterpillar Overseas S.A. in Geneva, Switzerland, where he served in various marketing capacities from 1964 to 1968, and from 1972 to 1975, Mr. Barton became manager for South American Sales. In 1977, he became manager of Merchandising Division General Offices. Mr. Barton moved to Mentor, Ohio, in 1983 to become the U.S. sales and product support manager for the industrial lift truck division of Caterpillar. From 1984 through 1986, he was manager of Products Control, involved in product development and strategic planning. In 1987, he was elected a vice president of Caterpillar and president of Solar Turbines Incorporated, a wholly owned Caterpillar subsidiary in San Diego, Calif. In 1989, he became executive vice president with responsibility for worldwide marketing. Effective July 1, 1990, Mr. Barton became group president with responsibility for the design, development and production of most of Caterpillar’s extensive line of forest, mining and construction equipment. His responsibilities also included marketing and sales operations in North America, South America, Latin America and Japan. On Feb. 1, 1999, he was named chairman and chief executive officer. Mr. Barton, a native of Alton, Mo., graduated from the

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bolts.” The historical status of the bridge requires that certain portions of the work are refurbished accurately, including spans 1, 2, and 11 that go over dry land. The use of rivets is required for these portions. “Rivets have not been used since the 1960s and we had to get people at the fabrication facilities to learn how to install them,” said White-Skanska-Consigli photo McInerney. “The rivets are heated up to 1,800 F The bridge’s substructure is built of granite block masonry and consists of 10 and we’ve had a few issues with how this has hollow piers and two hollow abutments. affected the coating of the steel. As a result, some steel has had to be galvanized and painted on-site. Some of the work required revisions to meet historical requirements and at the same time meet today’s codes and standards.” Another challenge is the replacement of the steam line beneath the bridge that services local hospitals. This is a major part of the project, especially as it deals with temperature and pressure. “We have to plan the replacement line carefully because White-Skanska-Consigli photo The project will restore the historic once it leaves the bridge, it does a lot of twists and turns,” bridge, built in 1908, including rebuildsaid McInerney. “It required a lot of reviews and analysis to ing its iconic “salt and pepper” towers. make sure that it worked. As the new steam line was being installed, cutovers were required to transition the new to the old.” Hazardous materials were also found during excavations White-Skanska-Consigli photo to remove soil under the salt and pepper towers for upgrad- The project began in March 2013 and is being funded by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the ing the foundations. “It was not foreseen,” said McInerney. “There were vari- Federal Highway Administration. ous levels of contamination and we changed our means and methods of work to keep some of the soil in place and Major subcontractors include: Atlantic Bridge and Engineering for structural steel fabrication and installation; remove the rest to proper disposal facilities.” To avoid impacts on the subway during traffic shifts for STV Inc. for design services; Tri-State Painting; NASDI for new stages, WSC is utilizing temporary tracks on the road demolition; Cianbro Fabrication and Coating for structural deck parallel to the two existing tracks (a shoo-fly) and uses steel; Newport Industrial Fabrication for pedestrian bridge them when work takes place close to or underneath the exist- steel; and Saugus Construction for steel installation. WSC is using a wide variety of equipment, including ing tracks. gantry cranes manufactured specifically for the rehabilitation Construction of the new pedestrian bridge connecting the of the roadway spans of the Esplanade with Charles White-Skanska-Consigli photo Longfellow. Barges with A new lighting system is being installed and areas Circle began in November cranes are used for rehabil- along the riverbank disturbed by the construction will 2015, with work starting on itation work from the be fully restored. the Esplanade side of water, including cleaning Storrow Drive to the west and painting the steel archof the existing bridge. It is es and removal and reinscheduled to be complete in stallation of the salt and the summer of 2018. pepper shaker towers. The project will see the Special MBTA tie plates removal of 7,000 cu. yds. are being used on the per(5,351.8 cu m) of concrete; manent track to mitigate 3,700 tons (3,356.6 t) of vibration on the bridge asphalt; 2,900 tons (2,630.8 photo from the red line trains. t) of structural steel; 525 The bridge was extended in 1956 and White-Skanska-Consigli rehabilitated in Special molds and casting tons (476 t) of rebar; and 1959. processes are used to repli7,200 cu. yds. (5,505 cu m) of earth. Crews will use 25,500 cu. yds. (19,496 cu m) of cate the cast iron fascia plates, ornamental railing and MBTA concrete; 13,500 tons (12,247 t) of asphalt; 2,900 tons fence posts. Specialty repair/restoration work is being per(2,630.8 t) of structural steel; 2,300 tons (2,086.5 t) of rebar; formed on the bronze doors that will be reinstalled in each 13,000 cu. yds. (9,939 cu m) of gravel; and 10,700 tons tower. White-Skanska-Consigli photo (This story also can be found on Construction The project also includes the replacement (9,706.8 t) of track ballast stone. of the adjaEquipment Guide’s website at www.construc- cent Frances Appleton pedestrian bridge by widening Materials that can be recycled are being maximized. On an average day there are nearly 160 employees on site. tionequipmentguide.com.) CEG sidewalks and adding bike lanes.


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DelDOT’s U.S. 301 Project Progresses in New Castle County DELDOT from page 1

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IAEE Announces AEM’s Slater to Win 2016 Pinnacle Award The International Association of Exhibitions and Events (IAEE) announced that Dennis Slater, president of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), will be recognized with the IAEE 2016 Pinnacle Award. The Pinnacle Award recognizes an IAEE member who, over the years, has furthered IAEE’s objectives of advancing exhibitions and events management through the promotion of education, the dissemination of knowledge and the introduction or development of innovative techniques, and who has been dedicated to the perpetuation of the highest ideals, trust and professionalism in this highly specialized field. The award was established in memory of the late Founder and Past President of IAEE (formerly NAEM) William Hunt Eisenman, and is presented by IAEE in recognition of extraordinary achievement in the exhibitions and events management field. According to a news release from IAEE, Slater embodies the significance of this award with more than 30 years of experience in the industry and as a member of IAEE. His professional accomplishments with AEM have propelled the organization’s growth to boast 900 corporate members and $32 million in annual revenue. Slater is well known as a generous mentor, and his contributions to IAEE span decades as he has served in various leadership roles. He has made an indelible mark on IAEE’s success both domestically and abroad, and is called upon regularly to share insights and best practices with colleagues as a speaker and panelist at numerous industry events. “This is an honor not only for Dennis, but for everyone who works at and is associated with AEM,” said Leif Magnusson, president of CLAAS Global Sales Americas and chair of AEM’s board of directors. “Dennis is a great leader who inspires everyone around him to go above and beyond. It is a privilege to be associated with someone who has dedicated his life to promoting manufacturing and I commend IAEE for bestowing this award on Dennis.” Slater, along with other award recipients will be honored during Expo! Expo! IAEE’s Annual Meeting & Exhibition to be held Dec. 6 to 8, 2016, in Anaheim, Calif. For more information, visit www.aem.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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DroneDeploy Launches Service Directory DroneDeploy, a leading cloudbased drone software platform, unveiled the Drone Mapping Directory, a drone mapping marketplace to connect businesses with drone service providers. At launch, the Drone Mapping Directory unites more than 250 drone service providers operating in 48 countries and servicing 10 industry verticals. DroneDeploy also announced the launch of a co-branded offering, which enables companies to brand their DroneDeploy portal and maps. The emerging global market for businesses using unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) is expected to be valued at more than $127 billion by 2020, according to PwC. However, a common challenge in nascent markets is creating an efficient marketplace. The Drone Mapping Directory was developed in response to DroneDeploy users frequently asking for drone service provider references. Now businesses will more easily be able to find quality drone services to help them gain aerial insights. Businesses will be able to search

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Toll Road, Bridges Part of DelDOT’s Plans for U.S. 301 DELDOT from page 100 DelDOT photo

proposal of $11,142,890.35. Notice to proceed was given on June 13. • The final contract has not yet been advertised, and is expected to go out for bids in the fall. The full scope of project includes building a toll road with bridges and a four-lane concrete highway (two lanes in each direction) with interchanges. According to Torrijos, the biggest challenge with this project involves dirt movement. “We’ve got about 7 million yards of dirt that we have to move in 750 calendar days, plus we have 40 structures that we have to construct and the mainline has to be open in 1,065 calendar days to collect tolls, which takes us to December of 2018 — a lot of work in a very short period of time,” he said.

Work on the project began on Dec. 24, 2015. Since then, multiple contracts were put out for bids.

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The full dollar amount for the entire contract is just under $400 million.

“When you’ve got to move 11 million yards of dirt and build 40 structures — culverts and bridges — that’s a lot of work. So that’s the biggest challenge is coming in on time and on budget. We have borrowed money from the federal government, and we have also sold bonds to pay for this project, so it’s imperative that we start collecting tolls at the end of 2018.” Besides the timeline, the project has some aspects that set it apart from others. “I think what makes it unique is that basically you have a bunch of contractors playing in a big old sandbox here — you’ve got six contractors that have been awarded contracts, and basically they all have to play nicely in the sandbox,” Torrijas said. “Some of them are sharing the same pit where they’re basically excavating a big hole that’s down at the levels borrow pit. You have two contractors in there basically digging out of the same hole, and there are milestones…there are liquidated damages if they don’t complete on time…so basically

it’s a lot of work in a very short period of time with five different contractors building six contracts currently — eventually there will be seven contracts, but the last one hasn’t gone out yet.” Torrijas described the overall project as “very intense because of the complicated schedule. “We have a very aggressive schedule,” he explained. “It’s an easy project to build because it’s mostly away from traffic — you’re basically out in the country away from traffic — there are some tie-ins at the north end and the south end, and there are some crossings of existing roadways to maintain traffic, but for the most part, it’s basically off alignment, and it’s a pretty easy project to build — there’s just a lot of it in a very short period of time. “The other thing is there are communities that surround us and there are also schools adjacent to us, so we have to be very mindful of working with these communities so we’re not disruptive at night or

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The full scope of project includes building a toll road with bridges and a four-lane concrete highway (two lanes in each direction) with interchanges.

during the daytime when it comes to traffic, construction noise at night, and things like that.” Torrijas stated that the project has been on the books for quite some time and there a lot of commitments were made. “We had a record of decision that was submitted to the regulatory agencies and also FHWA — commitments that were made from an environmental standpoint, and to the communities, so we have worked through all of that,” he said. “We are extremely cognizant of all the requirements that were in the record of decision and making sure that we meet those conditions.” Major subcontractors for the project include Crawford Trucking Co. LLC; Curbs

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Caterpillar Chairman, CEO to Retire; Jim Umpleby to Take Helm in 2017 CATERPILLAR from page 1

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The company’s board of directors has elected Jim Umpleby, currently a Caterpillar group president with responsibility for Energy & Transportation, to succeed Oberhelman as CEO. Umpleby, a 35-year veteran of the company, will join the Caterpillar board of directors and become CEO effective Jan. 1, 2017. He joined Solar Turbines Incorporated in San Diego, Calif., in 1980. Solar, a wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial gas turbine systems. Early in his career, he held numerous positions of increasing responsibility in engineering, manufacturing, sales, marketing and customer services. Umpleby lived in Asia from 1984 to 1990, with assignments in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Caterpillar board of directors elected Umpleby a Caterpillar vice president and president of Solar Turbines in 2010. He was named group president and a member

Dave Calhoun, a current member of Caterpillar Inc.’s board of directors, will assume the role of nonexecutive chairman of the board, effective March 31, 2017

of Caterpillar’s executive office, effective January 2013. “For more than 91 years, Caterpillar equipment has been renowned for its quality, durability, innovation and value,” Umpleby said. “I have been privileged to work with Caterpillar employees and dealers in supporting our customers as they develop the world’s infrastructure and improve standards of living and quality of life. I look forward to leading our dedicated team as we build upon the accomplishments of those that have come before us.” Oberhelman will remain as executive chairman of Caterpillar until March 31, 2017, when he will retire. Upon Oberhelman’s retirement, Dave Calhoun, a current member of the Caterpillar board, will assume the role of non-executive chairman of the board. Calhoun is senior managing director and head of private equity portfolio operations of The Blackstone Group L.P. Ed Rust, former chairman and chief executive officer of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, and currently presiding director of the Caterpillar board, will remain on the board, but will no longer hold the title of presiding director once Calhoun assumes the role of non-executive chairman. “The board has a robust, best-inclass succession planning process for the critical roles of chairman of the board and chief executive officer as see CATERPILLAR page 134

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Post Office Transformation Includes Penn Station Redesign

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The transformational redesign also includes upgrading the two subway stations at Penn Station. Many of these improvements to subway stations on Seventh and Eighth Avenues are expected as early as 2018.

SOM photo

The Moynihan Train Hall will include shops and restaurants located under a new skylight on the building’s historic and architecturally dramatic steel trusses.

CUOMO from page 1

include upgraded lighting and wayfinding, and digIn addition to constructing the Farley Train Hall, ital screens to convey information and create a modCuomo announced the joint venture will create ern passenger experience. It is anticipated that the 112,000 sq. ft. (10,405 sq m) of retail and nearly majority of the corridor improvements will be com588,000 sq. ft. (54,627 sq m) of office space within pleted simultaneous to the Train Hall’s opening, the Farley Building. Preconstruction work will begin with other elements completed sooner. Construction this fall, with the new Train Hall expected to be comof the new LIRR corridor will cost an estimated plete by December 2020. $170 million. Cuomo also announced that the MTA will at the The MTA will issue an RFP for the preliminary SOM photo same time initiate the comprehensive redesign of the The concourse will provide direct access to LIRR and Amtrak tracks design of Penn Station improvements to pre-qualiLIRR’s existing 33rd Street concourse at Penn and will connect the future Moynihan Train Hall to Penn Station fied consulting firms today. A contract is expected to Station and an extensive renovation to the adjacent underground via 33rd Street. be awarded by the end of 2016. Seventh and Eighth Avenue subway stations. The transformational redesign also includes Construction on the LIRR concourse and the subway sta- part of the agreement, will pay the state a total of approxi- upgrading the two subway stations at Penn Station. Many of tions will conclude by or before completion of the work on mately $600 million in recognition to the value of the devel- these improvements to subway stations on Seventh and the Farley Train Hall. The redesign will include nearly opment opportunity within the Farley Building. The remain- Eighth avenues are expected as early as 2018 and will cost tripling the width of the existing corridor, which will signif- der of the project will be supported by $570 million from approximately $50 million. icantly decrease congestion and result in notably higher ceil- Empire State Development and $425 million from a combiThe first phase of construction, to create a concourse west ings — providing bright lighting, new way-finding, ticketing nation of Amtrak, LIRR, Port Authority and federal govern- of Eighth Avenue, is nearing completion. The concourse will and informational systems. ment sources. provide direct access to LIRR and Amtrak tracks and will “New York’s tomorrow depends on what we do today, and The Moynihan Train Hall will include shops and restau- connect the future Moynihan Train Hall to Penn Station the new Moynihan Train Hall will be a world-class 21st cen- rants located under a new skylight on the building’s historic underground via 33rd Street. New plazas and street level tury transportation hub,” said Cuomo. “With more than and architecturally dramatic steel trusses. The building will entrances into the Farley Building on either side of the montwice the passengers of all JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark air- increase floor space 50 percent from Penn Station, and serv- umental staircase will provide access to this new, lower conports combined, the current Penn Station is overcrowded, ice riders on the LIRR, Amtrak and eventually accommodate course as well as speed boarding and exiting for passengers. decrepit, and claustrophobic. The Moynihan Train Hall will passengers from Metro-North. A total of nine platforms and In January, Empire State Development, Amtrak and the have more space than Grand Central’s main concourse, 17 tracks will be accessible from the Train Hall. MTA issued a Request for Expressions of Interest for redehousing both Amtrak and LIRR ticketing and waiting areas, In addition to the Train Hall, RVS will redevelop the entire veloping Penn Station. As Amtrak relocates to the Moynihan along with state-of-the-art security features, a modern, digi- Farley Post Office Building to include approximately Train Hall, the RFEI responses provided ideas for the future tal passenger experience and a host of dining and retail 700,000 sq. ft. (65,032 sq m) of office and retail space which proposed redevelopment of the current Amtrak concourse options. This is not a plan — this is what’s going to happen. will result in the creation of thousands of new construction that will be incorporated into concepts previously suggested People are going to walk through this station and recognize and permanent jobs. by the railway operators. ESD will partner with Amtrak on that this is New York.” The project will use union labor and has committed to the creation of an RFP for the concourse. fully meet the Governor’s nation-leading goal of 30 percent Ultimately, all of these coordinated efforts will result in a Moynihan Train Hall of the work completed by minority and women-owned busi- bolder, fully modernized Penn-Farley Complex, with In January, Empire State Development, the MTA, LIRR ness enterprises. increased passenger capacity, inviting entrances and access and Amtrak issued an RFP soliciting proposals for the compoints, and a state-of-the-art Train Hall at the Farley Building prehensive redevelopment of the historic Farley Building, Penn Station across Eighth Avenue. All work will be compatible with including a Train Hall and the surrounding office and retail A dramatic redesign of the LIRR portions of Penn Station future plans to add platform and track capacity to Penn space. RFP responses were received in April and reviewed will significantly improve passenger experience and circula- Station in conjunction with the completion of the Gateway by a panel of private and public experts from the real estate, tion. The plan will include nearly tripling the width of the Program. construction, design and finance fields. 33rd Street corridor, which is among the busiest sections of (This story also can be found on Construction Related, Vornado and Skanska have all provided guaran- Penn Station and stretches along the station’s lower level Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequiptees to complete the $1.595 billion project on time and, as from Seventh to Eighth Avenue. Other improvements will mentguide.com.)


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ELFA Study Reveals Financing to Acquire Equipment Rises by Six Percent Seventy-eight percent of respondents in a survey of businesses used at least one form of financing when acquiring equipment in FY 2015, according to the U.S. Equipment Finance Market Study: 2016-2017 released Oct. 24 by the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation. This is up from 72 percent of respondents from the previous Foundation market study released in 2012, and represents an increase in the overall propensity to finance. The survey also shows that 68 percent of the total value of equipment and software acquired in 2015 was financed, a significant increase from the previous estimate of 55 percent forecast in the 2012 Foundation market study. The new study, conducted by IHS Markit, forecasts the U.S. equipment finance market will grow by 1.31 percent to $1.03 trillion in 2016. Total public and private investment in equipment and software grew 4.0 percent in 2015, to $1.5 trillion, according to the study. In 2016, equipment and software investment is expected to be relatively flat, increasing by only 0.5 percent. However, due to excess liquidity and strong competition, which have driven down the cost of borrowing, finance volume is expected to outpace total investment in equipment and software. The study cites excess global capacity, low commodity prices, a strong dollar, sluggish export markets and the collapse in drilling for oil and natural gas as main factors holding back capital investment Ralph Petta, president of the Foundation and president and CEO of the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association, said, “This invaluable research provides a comprehensive picture of the size and scope of the equipment finance sector. In so doing, the analysis reaffirms the industry as an integral component of the U.S. economy, enabling firms — both large and small — to acquire capital assets to operate and grow their businesses.”

companies with lower risk profiles. The share of bank financing of highly profitable companies (profit greater than 20 percent of sales) was 43 percent in 2015, compared to 47 percent in 2011. Meanwhile the share of bank lending to unprofitable companies declined from 53 percent to only 26 percent, as less profitable companies were forced to seek alternative financing options. • The share of cash purchases declined for companies of all sizes from 2011 to 2015. Low interest rates, strong competition among lenders and abundant liquidity have made financing equipment acquisitions especially attractive as lenders compete to offer the best rates to borrowers. • As in 2012 and a previous 2007 Foundation survey, the 2016 Foundation survey confirms that larger ticket purchases are financed to a greater degree than smaller ticket purchases. • The growth of fintech companies has been a major development in the equipment leasing and financing industry recently. Industry experts indicate that fintech companies have driven faster adoption of technology and have contributed to the “digitalization” of the lending process. • Executives with knowledge of the leasing and finance industry indicated that customers are increasingly asking for managed solutions or bundled services and usage-based products. • Most industry experts indicated that they expect very little impact on the demand for leasing from the introduction of new lease accounting standards in December 2018. Under the new guidance, lessees will be required to recognize assets and liabilities for leases with terms of more than 12 months. As the new standards have been under discussion for many years, executives expressed that firms will be prepared for the changes.

Key Findings Highlights from the U.S. Equipment Finance Market Study 2016-2017 include: • Growth in investment in equipment and software is expected to accelerate slightly in 2017, growing at a 3.0 percent rate. By 2020, total investment in equipment and software is expected to reach $1.8 trillion. • The 2015 estimate for the equipment finance market (including software) is $1.02 trillion. The market for equipment and software financing is expected to grow to $1.03 trillion in 2016, and is projected to reach $1.24 trillion in 2020. • Sixty-eight percent of all equipment and software acquired in 2015 was financed. Of that, 39 percent was leased, 16 percent used a secured loan, and 13 percent used a line of credit. This represents a major shift toward the use of leases and secured loans, which accounted for only 17 percent and 9 percent of the total value of financing in 2011, respectively. This also marked a significant shift away from lines of credit, which accounted for 29 percent in 2012. • Bank financing accounted for 47 percent of financed purchases in 2015, compared to 57 percent in the 2012 Foundation market study. While banks’ share of financing activity has decreased, they remain the primary lenders across all equipment types in 2015. Non-bank lenders’ share of equipment financing includes 30 percent for manufacturers and vendors and 16 percent for non-bank independent financing companies. • Banks continue to focus their new financing efforts on

About the Study U.S. Equipment Finance Market Study: 2016-2017 was conducted by IHS Markit for the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation to provide comprehensive research on the size and expected growth of the U.S. equipment finance market. The study draws on data from a number of sources, including a custom Foundation borrower survey of businesses that acquired equipment in 2015, conducted in July and August 2016 by IHS Markit on behalf of the Foundation. Additional data sources include the Federal Reserve Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey on Bank Lending Practices, the Federal Reserve Flow of Funds, the U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis, the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association’s 2012 Survey of Equipment Finance Activity and the IHS Equipment Market Monitor. The financing market estimates reflect lending to businesses and government agencies. IHS conducted the previous Foundation market study in 2012. How to Access the Study The U.S. Equipment Finance Market Study: 2016-2017 is available for free download at www.leasefoundation.org/research/sefi. Key findings, a study results fact sheet and table of contents are also available for free download. For more information, visit www.LeaseFoundation.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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

Snow Push Features Durable Design With Cutting Edge A new straight snow push without trip is now available for Cat skid steer loaders, compact track loaders, multi-terrain loaders, and compact wheel loaders. Designed for moving snow in a range of applications, the new snow push is available in 8-, 10-, and 12-ft. widths (2.4, 3 and 3.6 m) and features a bolt-on rubber cutting edge that is reversible. The rubber edge allows cutting down to the pavement to remove the optimum amount of snow without damaging the surface. The rubber cutting edge also helps extend plow life and reduce operating costs. The new snow push features a moldboard specially profiled to roll and fold snow, resulting in consistent, full-capacity loads, while the adjustable, bolt-on skid shoes allow adjusting the height of the cutting edge, Designed for moving snow in a range of applications, the new snow push is available which then maintains a constant depth. The in 8-, 10-, and 12-ft. widths (2.4, 3 and 3.6 m) and features a bolt-on rubber cutting edge streamlined design of the sidewalls provides that is reversible.

rigid support for the outer sections of the push, ensuring long-term durability, while also keeping snow-cling at minimum for greater plowing efficiency. For added rigidity, a large box-channel torque tube resists twisting forces. For convenience, the snow push adapts to the skid-steer-type (universal) coupler, which features a robust, opposing-edge design that keeps work tools securely in position. For added safety when entering or leaving the cab, the snow push uses an integrated serrated step. An optional back-drag, available with either a rubber or steel edge, allows snow to be pulled away from such obstacles as loading docks and doors. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Simplify Snow Removal With John Deere Utility V-Blade This winter, skid steers, compact track loaders or compact wheel loaders are capable of tackling even more projects on the job site with the John Deere Snow Utility V-Blades, the latest additions to the John Deere Worksite Pro attachment lineup. These attachments provide multifunctional versatility and are ideal for customers removing snow or performing light dirt work on the road, trail or job site. The three new models (BV6, BV8 and BV9) offer increased flexibility, performance and productivity. Delivering four hydraulic angling positions — straight for making larger cuts, Vconfiguration for pushing through hard-pack, scoop (both sides inward) for easy snow stacking and 30-degree right or left positioning for accurately moving snow or dirt — the John Deere

Snow Utility V-Blades offer a variety of standard features to properly and efficiently tackle snow or light-dirt projects on the job site. The Snow Utility V-Blades feature an electrohydraulic (EH) valve for independent blade function that operators can control from the cab. A rubber cutting edge also is available for the blade to help prevent damage to decorative surfaces. Trip springs help protect the vehicle from sudden impacts with concealed obstacles and can be locked out for light grading and dirt work. “As many landscapers and contractors can tell you, winter weather doesn’t mean you have to close up shop,” said Gregg Zupancic, product marketing manager, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “Winter attachments, like the Snow Utility V-Blades, are great additions to make the most of your

compact equipment investment year-round and expand your business through diversification.” Like all Worksite Pro attachments, the V-Blades are optimized to work with John Deere E-Series and 313/315 skid steers, E-Series compact track loaders (CTLs) and K-Series compact wheel loaders. They’re also compatible with many competitive models. With the universal, self-cleaning Quik-Tatch easy attachment system found on all John Deere skid steers and CTLs, the machine can easily add and remove the snow blade in no time. They’re also compatible with many competitive models. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

The three new models (BV6, BV8 and BV9) offer increased flexibility, performance and productivity. The John Deere Snow Utility V-Blades offer a variety of standard features to properly and efficiently tackle snow or light-dirt projects on the job site.


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

1998 Volvo WG64 Tandem, Unit# 387037, Engine Cummins M11 330, Transmission HD4560 ..........................................$18,000

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CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN (PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975) EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CASE 450 CRAWLER COMPLETE STONE GUARDS LOOKING FOR USED SET OF BOTTOM ROCK GUARDS FOR 450 CASE CRAWLER LOADER SER.NO. 3062213 CONTACT: ROGER (PH: 5706393058) EMAIL: ROGERPF1@FRONTIERNET.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: VSI CRUSHER PORTABLE OR STATIONARY BARMAC OR REMCO VSI CONTACT: JOE (PH: 724-944-5569) EMAIL: FJS-1@ATT.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JENBACHER GAS GENERATOR JENBACHER GAS GENERATOR 1400 KW 50 HZ. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE SEND FULL DETAILS, PICTURES AND PRICE. CONTACT: VICTOR LEBRON (PH: 864-574-0404) EMAIL: APESALES@AMERICANPLANTANDEQUIPMENT.COM FAX: 864-576-7204 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CAT MOTOR GRADER 140G ORIGINAL PAINT, NO CRACKS OR WELDS, MUST HAVE RIPPER CONTACT: WASIM KHAN (PH: 832-533-1929) EMAIL: MWASIEM@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: USED GENERATORS USED DIESEL GENERATORS RÉNTAL TRAILER AND STANDBY CONTACT: FELUX (PH: 786 603 3060) EMAIL: EQUIPSALES2016@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DYNAPAC ROLLER CA 251D, 301D, CA262D, AND CA362D CONTACT: RIZ SUNESARA (PH: 8325280786) EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM FAX: 8325280786 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CAT HYDRAULIC PULL TYPE SCRAPER WANTED CAT 463 SCRAPER CONVERTED TO HYDRAULIC CONTACT: GEHRING GROUP INC (PH: 513-582-3874) EMAIL: GEHRINGGROUP@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: RUNNING OR NON RUNNING MACHINES!!!! 1) CAT WHEEL LOADERS: 920, 930,936 E/F, 950 B/E/F, 966 C/D/E/F/G/H 970F, 972G, 980G. 2) CAT MOTOR GRADER: 140G, 14G, 140H AND 14H. 3) CAT DOZER: D9R, D9N, D10N AND D10R. WITH RIPPER 4) CAT EXCAVATOR: 225D, 235 C/D AND 330BL. 5) HITACHI EXCAVATOR: EX200, EX200-1, EX400 AND EX400-1 6) JOHN DEERE EXCAVATOR: 595D 7) DYNAPAC ROLLER: CA251D, CA301D, CA262D AND CA362D IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE PLEASE

EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: RIZ SUNESARA (PH: 8325280786) EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM FAX: 8325280786 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WANTED TO BUY CATERPILLAR 140G , 140H RUNNING OR NON RUNNING!!!!!! WANTED TO BUY CAT MOTOR GRADER 140G AND 140H IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: STEVE (PH: 713-659-0593) EMAIL: STEVE@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM FAX: 281-727-0415 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: TO BUY EQUIPMENT MANUALS. WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT OF ALL SORTS (NOT INCLUDED TRUCKS AND VEHICLES). WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD. PERHAPS AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL US AT 270-849-2270 OR EMAIL US. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PH: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: 953C OR SAME SIZE NEEDED LOADER 953C OR 953D OR JOHN DEERE 2010AND UP LOW HOURS USER USER USA CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN (PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975) EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BELLY DUMPS I'M LOOKING FOR ALL MAKES AND SIZES OF BELLY DUMPS ASAP! WE WILL PAY CASH ON THE SPOT CONTACT: ROBERT BAKER (PH: 480-744-4008) EMAIL: RBAKER.WESTCOAST@OUTLOOK.COM FAX: 480-744-4008 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: 4 N 1 LOADER BUCKET LOOKING FOR A 4 N 1 LOADER BUCKET TO FIT ON A 2007 CASE 570 MXT CONTACT: RON WILLINGHAM (PH: 5806499524) EMAIL: WILLINGHAM@SWBELL.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WANTED HEAVY EQUIPMENT FORKLIFTS BOBCATS SKIP LOADERS WHEEL LOADERS BOX TRUCKS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT LANDSCAPING EQUIPMENT CHIPPERS ALL TYPES OF HEAVY EQUIPMENT LOCATED IN CALIFORNIA OR SURROUNDING AREAS. PACIFIC EQUIPMENT CO. OR GO TO PACIFICEQUIPMENT.ORG CONTACT: WALTER

WANTED: CAT 79U D3 ENGINE LOOKING TO BUY A COMPLETE ENGINE OR BLOCK ONLY FOR A CAT D3 79U ENGINE SERIAL #45V9767 ENGINE ARRANGEMENT #4N169 CONTACT: PATRICK PH: 901-205-8305 EMAIL: PMAN287@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KENWORTH RIGS ASAP! I AM LOOKING FOR A SINGLE OR FLEET OF KENWORTH RIGS, W900, OR IN THAT SERIES, WITH SLEEPERS, LOW MILEAGE, IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. NOTE: PLEASE NO DEALERS I AM A SERIOUS BUYER I WILL BUY ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. CONTACT: JOHN FORD PH: 814-779-9208 EMAIL: KANIN.ERS@OUTLOOK.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BULLDOZER KOMATSU 355WITH RIPPERS. NEED BULLDOZER «3« KOMATSU 355 WITH RIPPER ONLY (PH: 714-818-4136) NEAR GEORGIA OR NEW YORK FROM EMAIL: PACIFIC-EQUIPMENT@HOTCONTRACTORS ONLY NOT ADVERMAIL.COM TISED MUST BE CLEAR PLEASE. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN WANTED: BULLDOZER D8T UNDER PH: 1-450-346-8975 OR 1-514-386-8975 3500 HOURS NEED BULLDOZER D8T ENC CAB WITH EMAIL: UNDER 3500 HOURS 2012 AND UP WITH JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– U BLADES OR SEMI U WITH RIPPER WANTED: CAT 773F, CAT 772 AND CAT WITH EPA NOT ADVERTISED 770 ROCK TRUCKS. WE ARE LOOKING CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN (PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975) TO PURCHASE IMMEDIATELY: CAT 773F, CAT 772 AND CAT 770 ROCK EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA TRUCKS, 2006 TO 2013 MODELS WITH LESS THAN 12,000 HOURS, WELL –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MAINTAINED WITH RECORDS, QUANTIWANTED: MANITOU 2150 TY NEEDED: 2 TO 4 MANITOU 2150, UNDER 2005 - 2009, CONTACT: MARK OR JOHN UNDER MAX 3000 HOURS. THANKS PH: 519-686-1123 CONTACT: CONSTR. EQUIP. BROKER EMAIL: EMAIL: INFO@CEBROKER.ES SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WARTSILA HFO WARTSILA HFO ELECTRICAL GENERA- WANTED: ENCLOSED CAB FOR TOR 5 TO 6 MW. CAN BE ONE OR SEV- GALION 503L I AM LOOKING FOR AN ENCLOSED CAB ERAL UNITS ADDING UP TO 8 MW. FOR GALION 503L ROAD GRADER, MUST BE 50 HZ. IF YOU HAVE ANY, THAT I CAN INSTALL AIR PLEASE SEND FULL DETAILS, PICCONDITIONING IN TURES AND PRICE. CONTACT: RICHARD CONTACT: VICTOR LEBRON PH: 817-219-2521 LEAVE MESSAGE (PH: 864-574-0404) EMAIL: LINDALOUK@HUGHES.NET EMAIL: APESALES@AMERICANPLAN–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TANDEQUIPMENT.COM WANTED: CASE 850D FAX: 864-576-7204 LOOKING FOR LOW HRS.CASE 850D –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PREFERABLY WITH A WINCH WANTED: 450C JOHN DEERE DOZER CONTACT: JAMES HOPKINS WITH BACKHOE EMAIL: MTRAY10@GMAIL.COM 450C OR 550C OR NEWER 6 WAY –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DOZER WITH BACKHOE ATTACHMENT WANTED: CONSTRUCTION & AG CONTACT: BUTCH KELLER MANUALS NEW OR USED (PH: 970 749 6920) BUYING NEW OR USED CONSTRUCEMAIL: BUTCHANDKAREN@LIVE.COM TION AND AGRICULTURE SERVICE, –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PARTS AND OPERATOR MANUALS. WANTED: CATALYTIC CONVERTERS. EQUIPMENT DEALERS & PRIVATE COMWE BUY COMMERCIAL CATALYTIC PANIES, IF YOU HAVE MANUALS , AND CONVERTER'S AND PAY TOP DOLLAR YOU NO LONGER NEED THEM PLEASE ON THE SPOT. BRANDS WE BUY: GIVE ME A CALL OR EMAIL. I BUY DODGE, FORD, CAT, FREIGHTLINER, LARGE & SMALL LOTS. JOHN DEERE, PETERBILT, KENWORTH, MAC, ETC. CAT, KOMATSU, CASE, NEW HOLLAND, WE CAN PAY $50-$175 EACH VOLVO, DOOSAN AND SO ON. CONTACT: JOHN FORD CONTACT: JOHN WHITNEY PH: 814-779-9208 PH: 5308640771 EMAIL: KCANON.ERS@OUTLOOK.COM EMAIL: WHITNEYJ65@YAHOO.COM FAX: 814-779-9208 FAX: 5308640771 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: N-2926 GENERATING PLANT TOTAL 60 MW. PREFER WITH FOUR 15 MW GAS UNITS 50 HZ. CAN BE NEW OR USED. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE SEND FULL DETAILS, PICTURES AND PRICE. CONTACT: VICTOR LEBRON PH: 864-574-0404 EMAIL: APESALES@ AMERICANPLANTANDEQUIPMENT.COM FAX: 864-576-7204 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BULLDOZER D11T BULLDOZER D11T ENC CAB WITH RIPPER BETWEEN 2000 AND 3000 HOURS. CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: FINAL DRIVE, 120B CAT P/N 1R5123 CONTACT: WAYNE PH: 912-682-4536 EMAIL: DRYBRANCHVILLAGE@GMAIL.COM FAX: 912-239-5594 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BULLDOZER D6MXL WITH RIPPER UNDER 6000 HOURS ONLY I NEED 2 NOT ADVERTISED USER NEAR NEW YORK UNDER 25000US NO JUNK CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PH: 1-450-346-8975 OR 1-514-386-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DEERE 644K WHEEL LOADER 4 YD GENERAL PURPOSE BUCKET CONTACT: FRANK @ GROFF TRACTOR PH: 800-33-GROFF EMAIL: FRANKHORAN@ GROFFTRACTOR.COM FAX: 732-780-3618 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: NEEDED: CHALLENGER 865 OR 875 UNDER 4000 HRS CONTACT: GREG MARTIN EMAIL: MACHINERYMART@ MIDOHIO.TWCBC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU HD 1500 NEED FRONT WHEEL LH - RH FOR A KOMATSU HD 1500 OFF HIGHWAY TRUCK. FRONT SUSPENSION/SPINDLE + BRAKE ASSEMBLY + WHEEL HUB ASSEMBLY CONTACT: ORIEL BASTIDA PH: 005114512562 EMAIL: ORIEL@CCI.PE FAX: 005114519923 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: PEGSON XA / XR 400 TRACK JAW CRUSHER LATER MODEL, LOW HOUR EAST COAST LOCATION PREFERED CONTACT: RICHARD 603-828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD1@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: YANMAR Y10W OR Y10W-1 ANY CONDITION RUNNING OR NOT RUNNING OR FOR PARTS ONLY. CONTACT: GEORGE VARSHOCK PH: 619-933-7806 EMAIL: GVARSHOCK@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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• Boston (Plymouth), MA Sat., November 5, 2016 For: Late Model Snow Equipment

• Houston, TX November 9-10, 2016

• Houston, TX Tues., November 8, 2016 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Augusta, ME Sat., November 12, 2016 For: Construction Equipment • Wooster, OH Fri., November 18, 2016 For: Rental Fleet Equipment • Attleboro, MA Sat., November 19, 2016 For: Construction Equipment • Woodstock, Ontario November 21 - 22, 2016 For: 2 Day Very Large Agricultural & Construction Equipment Auction • Canastota, NY Sat., November 26, 2016 For: Late Model Rental Fleet

• Wharton, NJ Tues., November 15, 2016 • Orlando, FL Wed., November 16, 2016 • Phoenix, AZ Wed., November 16, 2016 • Tipton, CA Thurs., November 17, 2016 • Pittsburgh, PA Thurs., November 17, 2016 • Las Vegas, NV Fri., November 18, 2016 • El Paso, TX Tues., November 22, 2016 • Fort Worth, TX Nov. 30 – Dec. 1, 2016 • Williston, ND Fri., December 2, 2016 • Atlanta, GA Tues., December 6, 2016

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• Wills Point, TX Thurs., November 17, 2016 For: Heavy Equipment & Machinery

HENDERSON AUCTIONS www.hendersonauctions.com 225-686-2252 • Livingston, LA November 2 - 3, 2016 For: 2-Day Fall Construction Auction

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• Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Tues., November 29, 2016 For: RENTALS! Construction Equipment & more

• Lincoln, NE Tues., December 6, 2016

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• Sacramento, CA Tues., December 6, 2016

• San Angelo, TX Thurs., December 1, 2016 For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment & more

• Columbus, OH Wed., December 7, 2016

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

• Boston, MA Fri., December 2, 2016 For: One Owner Liquidation • Youngstown, OH Sat., December 3, 2016 For: Complete Liquidation Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers and more • Buffalo, NY Thurs., December 8, 2016 For: Major Job Completion Auction

• Raleigh-Durham, NC Thurs., November 8, 2016 • Los Angeles, CA Fri., December 9, 2016 • Salt Lake City, UT Mon., December 12, 2016 • Albuquerque, NM Tues., December 13, 2016 • Minneapolis, MN Wed., December 14, 2016 • Orlando, FL February 20 – 24, 2017

• Marietta, OH Fri., December 9, 2016 For: Late Model Construction Equipment and more

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• Manassas, VA Fri., December 16, 2016 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Atlantic City, NJ Sat., December 17, 2016 For: Rental Equipment • Albany (Greenwich), NY Fri., December 30, 2016 For: Final Auction of Year – Late Model Construction Equipment

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• Columbus (Delaware), OH Sat., January 14, 2017 For: Very Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment

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HOUSBY AUCTIONS www.housby.com 866-218-6266 • ONLINE ONLY November 9, 2016 • ONLINE ONLY November 30, 2016 • ONLINE ONLY December 14, 2016 • ONLINE ONLY December 28, 2016

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Cadiz, OH Wed., November 2, 2016 For: Absolute Complete Liquidation Anthony Mining Company • Buffalo, NY Wed., November 16, 2016 For: Absolute Auction Surplus Liquidation Ontario Specialty Contracting, Inc. • Duncansvile, PA Wed., November 30, 2016 For: Absolute Auction Surplus Liquidation D.C. Ventre & Sons, Inc. • Williamsport, PA Thurs., December 15, 2016 For: Complete Liquidation Susquehanna Supply Co., Inc.

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• Foley, MN Fri., December 2, 2016 For: Heavy Equipment

• Philadelphia, MS November 16 - 17, 2016 For: Huge 2-Day Public Auction

• Foley, MN Fri., March 3, 2017 For: Heavy Equipment

JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS www.murphyauction.com 800-426-3008 • Cave Junction, OR November 2 - 3, 2016 For: Public Auction - Rough & Ready Lumber, LLC • Warm Springs, OR November 16 - 17, 2016 For: Sawmill Equipment • Kenmore, WA Sat., December 3, 2016 For: Heavy & Contractors Equipment & Vehicles • Kapolei, HI Wed., December 14, 2016 For: Delta Construction Corporation Public Auction

JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com 601-450-6200 • ONLINE ONLY Oct. 25 – November 8, 2016 For: One Owner Construction & Support Equipment • Waveland, MS Oct. 26 – November 9, 2016 For: One Owner – Miscellaneous Construction Items & Equipment • Brooklyn, MS November 11 - 12, 2016 For: Construction & Farm Equipment, Heavy Trucks & more

J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 856-764-7163 • Philadelphia, PA Sat., November 5, 2016 For: Heavy Vehicles & Equipment

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 864-947-7888 • Greenville, SC Sat., November 19, 2016 For: One Owner Absolute Retirement Auction • Panama City, FL Wed., December 7, 2016 For: Absolute Auction – Triangle Asphalt, Inc.

McGREW EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com 888-311-2811 • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., November 8, 2016 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., December 13, 2016 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., January 10, 2017 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., February 14, 2017 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., March 14, 2017 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment • Great Mills, MD March 24 - 25, 2017 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 3, 2016 For: Truck & Trailer Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 3, 2016 For: Bonray LLC Inventory Reduction Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 10, 2016 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 10, 2016 For: Special Construction Services Retirement Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 17, 2016 For: Truck & Trailer Auction

QUAKER CITY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.quakercityauction.com 215-426-5300 • Old Bethpage, NY Sat., November 12, 2016 For: Construction & Roadway Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

RTI AUCTIONS www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563

• Geneseo, NY November 1 - 8, 2016 For: November NetAuction 2016 • Binghamton, NY Wed., November 16, 2016 For: The Fahs Group – Bridge Division Equipment Auction

STEFFES GROUP INC. www.steffesgroup.com 701-237-9173 • ONLINE ONLY October 26 – Nov. 2, 2016 For: CT Construction Machinery Reduction • ONLINE ONLY November 2 - 9, 2016 For: Ag, Construction, Trucks & more • Gilmore City, IA Tues., November 29, 2016 For: Large Farm & Construction Equipment Auction • West Fargo, ND Wed., November 30, 2016 For: Aglron West Fargo Event • ONLINE ONLY December 7 - 14, 2016 For: December Online Auction – Upper Midwest Locations • Larchwood, IA Tues., December 20, 2016 For: Aglron Sioux Falls Event • Litchfield, MN Thurs., December 22, 2016 For: Aglron Litchfield Event

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., December 16, 2016 For: Construction, Utility & Forestry Equipment

WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat., December 10, 2016 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

WSM AUCTIONEERS RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 3, 2016 For: Construction Equipment • Lebanon, TN Sat., March 11, 2017 For: Construction Equipment

ROLLER AUCTIONEERS www.rollerauction.com 866-515-1668 • Denver, CO Wed., November 9, 2016 For: Construction Equipment

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

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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ARTBA Names Four Winners of Student Video Competition High school students from Washington state and Massachusetts, an undergraduate at New York University and a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon were all named winners of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association’s (ARTBA) 6th annual “Student Transportation Video Contest.” The selections were announced during the Oct. 4 to 6 ARTBA national convention, held in Tucson, Ariz. They will each receive a $500 cash prize. The association received 30 entries this year in two categories, general transportation and a new safety category. Sponsored by ARTBA’s research and education division (RED), the contest aims to raise awareness about infrastructure issues by challenging students to develop a brief video exploring various topics relating to America’s transportation network. Submission topics ranged from funding the interstate highway system, developing public transit, transportation innovation, infrastructure for cyclists, distracted driving, and autonomous vehicles. The competition was advertised on college scholarship websites, posted on online video contest sites, shared with Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC) members and high schools that focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). It also was shared on ARTBA’s social media accounts. Submissions were reviewed and winners selected by a panel of ARTBA members. General Transportation Category AgeGroupOne(Elementary,MiddleorHighSchool Students)JoshJaffe,SeattleAcademy,Seattle,Wash. Jaffe is an 11th grader at Seattle Academy. His video discusses the need to further develop the city’s public transit system to accommodate a growing population, making suggestions to expand and repair current infrastructure to access more communities. Age Group Two (Post-Secondary/College/Graduate Level) Timothy Gersten, New York University, New YorkCity Gersten, a film and television major at NYU, describes in his video how infrastructure is financed through the federal gas tax. He mentions how lagging funding leaves roadways and bridges significantly deficient, and suggests further investment to renew, promote sustainability and develop infrastructure plans. Safety Category AgeGroupOne(Elementary,MiddleorHighSchool Students) Christopher Pomeroy, Hopkinton High School,Hopkinton,Mass. Pomeroy’s video discusses the need to incorporate more autonomous vehicles on the road to improve safety for all drivers and reduce road accidents. He is an 11th grader at Hopkinton High. Age Group Two (Post-Secondary/College/Graduate Level) Abdi Musse, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh,Pa. Musse is a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon’s HumanComputer Interaction Institute. His video focuses on the need to improve work zone safety conditions to prevent accidents and deaths. It promotes avoiding distracted driving by limiting phone usage and obeying work zone signage. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’swebsiteatwww.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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NEW DATE-Saturday, November 5: BOSTON (PLY- 13. Thursday, December 8: BUFFALO,NEWYORK:Major Job MOUTH), MASSACHUSETTS: Late Model Snow Equipment. Completeion Auction. Late Model Cat, Komatsu Earthmoving Rubber Tired Loaders, Cat, Case, JCB, Snow Trucks, Pickups, Snow Equipment. EARLY HILITES: Cat 345d, Cat 320DL, Cat 312EL, Accessories, Earthmoving Equipment, Skid Steers, Crawler Tractors, Cat 305E, Doosan DX140, Cat 950H, (2)2016 Cat 926Ms, Cat 908, Air Compressors, Welders, Light Plants, Support Equipment. Cat 420E, (2)2016 Cat 262Ds, Support Equipment, Attachments, Dump Trucks and More. 2. Tuesday, November 8: HOUSTON, TEXAS: Late Model Construction Equipment, Cranes, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & 14. Friday, December 9: MARIETTA,OHIO:Late Model Cat, Trailers, Attachments and Support. John Deere (years up to 2016), Late Model Cat Construction, Hydraulic Excavators, Rubber Tired Loaders, Skid Steers, Crawler 3. Saturday, November 12: AUGUSTA, MAINE: 2 Complete Tractors, Tractor Loader Backhoes, Air Compressors, Welders, Liquidations Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Attachments, Light Plants, Generators, Tagalongs and Oil Field Equipment (years Support Equipment and Complete Water Well Drilling Estate. up to 2015), Attachments and Support. 4. Friday, November 18: WOOSTER, OHIO: Rental Fleet 15. Saturday, December 10: LASVEGAS,NEVADA:Large Job Equipment. Cat, John Deere, Bobcat, Komatsu Hydraulic Excavators, Completion and Rental Returns-2 Auctions in One Day. Late Model Rubber Tired Loaders, Crawler Tractors, Booms, Scissors, Skid Construction, Utility Equipment, Telescopic Forklifts, Warehouse Steers, Forklifts, Light Plants, Air Compressors, Generators, Forklifts, Booms and Scissors, Hydraulic Excavators, Loader Tagalongs, Attachments, Support Equipment. Backhoes, Rubber Tired Loaders, Air Compressors, Welders, 5. Saturday, November 19: ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUGenerators, Utility Vehicles, (25)JD, Kawasaki, Kubota 4-Wheelers. SETTS: Late Model Bucket Trucks, Digger Derrick Trucks, Boom Friday, December 16: MANASSASVIRGINIA:Late Model Trucks, Service Trucks, Vans, Pickups, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, 16. Cat Construction Equipment, Kenworth and Peterbilt Dump Trucks, Light Plants, Generators, Welders, Air Compressors, Forklifts, Boom Pickups, Aerials, Attachments, Support Equipment. & Scissor Lifts, Rubber Tired Loaders, Loader Backhoes, Skid Steers and Attachments. 17. Saturday, December 17: ATLANTICCITY,NEWJERSEY: Rentals, Rentals, Rentals- Cat, Case, Komatsu, John Deere 6. Monday, November 21: WOODSTOCK,ONTARIO:2-DAY Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks, Trailers, AUCTION, DAY 1: Very Large Late Model Agricultural and Attachments, Support. HILITES INCLUDE: Over 20 2016 Cat Construction Equipment Auction. Farm Tractors and Agricultural 926M Rubber Tired Loaders, (10)2016 Cat 262D Skid Steers from Implements, Haying, Forage and Tillage Equipment, Lite Arctic Snow & Ice Control. Construction Equipment, Support and More. Friday, December 30: ALBANY (GREENWICH), NEW Tuesday, November 22: WOODSTOCK,ONTARIO:2-DAY 18. YORK:Final Auction of the Year. Rental Returns. Late Model New AUCTION, DAY 2: Very Large Late Model Agricultural and Holland, Cat, John Deere Construction Equipment and Telescopic Construction Equipment Auction. Farm Tractors and Agricultural Forklifts, Booms & Scissors, Attachments, Tools, Trucks and Implements, Haying, Forage and Tillage Equipment, Lite Trailers. Construction Equipment, Hydraulic Excavators, Skid Steers, Tractor Loader Backhoes, Crawler Tractors, Support and More. 19. Saturday, January 7: LONGISLAND,NEWYORK:Late Model Construction Equipment, Cat, Komatsu, Case, Truck 8. NEW DATE-Saturday, November 26: CANASTOTA, NEW Tractors, Dump Trucks, Pickups, Support Equipment. YORK: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Snow Equipment, Support, Attachments, Trucks & 20. Sunday, January 8: SYRACUSE, NEW YORK: Light Trailers. Construction Skid Steers, Mini Excavators, Forklifts, Attachments, Large Quantity New Electric Motors, Large Quantity Racking and 9. Tuesday, November 29: DALLAS (FT. WORTH), TEXAS: Shelving, Support Equipment, New Buildings and Tents. RENTALS, RENTALS, RENTALS. Construction Equipment, Forklifts, Aerials, Trailers, Attachments. HILITES: (4)Kobelco 21. Saturday, January 14: COLUMBUS (DELAWARE), SK210LC. OHIO:Very Late Model Cat, Case, Komatsu, Bobcat Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Truck Trailers, Support 10. Thursday, December 1: SAN ANGELO, TEXAS: Rental Equipment & Attachments. Fleet Construction Equipment, Large Quantity Hydraulic Excavators, Aerials, Forklifts, Light Plants, Skid Steers, 22-30. Saturday, January 28 to Sunday February 5: THE24TH Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers. ANNUAL 9-DAY FLORIDA AUCTION: Where the Best 7.

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Sales Auction Company Holds Its Largest-Ever Auction

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he rain wouldn’t let up, but neither did hundreds of bids.

Not the grayest of skies, nor the muddiest of fields, could dampen the pitch at The Sales Auction Company massive public equipment auction that took place all day on, Oct. 1 at its headquarters at 55 King Spring Road, in Windsor Locks, Conn. Nearly 1,100 consignment lots and individual machines, cranes, dump trucks, rollers, earth movers, dozers, classic vehicles, engines, even a lifesized bronze horse, went out for bid over nearly 12 hours at Sales 7th Annual Fall Sale. Sometimes you couldn’t see the jumbo jets flying out of Bradley International Airport, just across the street, because of the many cranes and excavators lined up against the sky. Due to the abundant growth of inventory over the week preceding the auction, the sale was by far the largest ever to date for Northern Connecticut’s largest industrial auction company. In fact, Sales decided to begin the day at 7:30 a.m., with two simultaneous auctions for the entire morning, and not at

Auctioneer Rick Munter accepts bids.

Erik Hansen Jr. (L) and Erik Hansen Sr. of Scavo Construction, Patterson, N.Y., carefully examine a piece of machinery.

8 a.m. as originally advertised, in order to efficiently get to the dozens of rows of impressive heavy iron over the course of the afternoon. The event featured surplus equipment from Strictly Business Crane Service LLC, Southington, Conn.; G&S Industrial Inc., Hatfield, Mass.; Russo Lawn & Landscape, Windsor Locks, Conn.; Metropolitan District Commission, Hartford, Conn.; and Sunbelt Rentals and other lots from surrounding area dealers, contractors, municipalities and rental outfits. Beyond the rows of excavators, earth movers, pavers or grounds keeping and farm machinery from top companies like Caterpillar, John Deere, Bobcat, Kubota, Volvo, Peterbilt, Vermeer and too many others to list, the 1,100 lots included unusual items like a fence installing machine, lathes, heaters, chop saws, muscle cars, tool boxes, compressors, hoists, curb builders, chainsaws, augers, oil tanks — and that was just the first 30 items. Owner Sam Sales and Sales Manager John Stevenson were on their feet all day, in front or behind auctioneer brothers Rick and Bobby Munter,

Chris Tworek (L) and his cousin, Danny Kularski, are part of the All Parts Racing Co. team of Ware, Mass. Kularski helped to move in many of the heavy iron that was sold at the Sales Auction.

Owner Sam Sales stands behind the scenes.

Guests arrived early in the rainy morning to check out the equipment up for grabs.

whose bid pitches above the throng split the damp air with a staccato rhythm, item after item. The auction was held in memory of the Sales Company colleague and friend, Raymond Lucia. For more information, call 860/627-7506 or visit www.SalesAuctionCompany.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG see SALES page 132

Steve Carroll (R) and his cousin, Marc Astrella, of Carroll Custom Contracting, West Brookfield, Mass., check out a Gehl telehandler/boom truck.

Peg Howard and her son, Jim Howard, of Glastonbury, Conn., check out a snow blower.

A representative of A & M Landscaping of Springfield, Mass., walks the lot.

John Stevenson, Sales Auction Company manager, acknowledges bids in front of an auctioneer truck. Stevenson was one of two auctioneers taking bids all morning, due to the high volume of equipment at the Oct. 1 event.

Bob Sweatland (L) of Sweatland Excavating, Agawam, Mass., and Scott Laman of TYNIC Landscaping, Southwick, Mass., look at a screener.


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Bidders Vie for Huge Inventory of Iron at Record Auction SALES from page 130

The row of lifts and cranes was so high, sometimes it was hard to see nearby planes taking off from Bradley International Airport, just across the street.

Steve Boucher (third from R), owner of SAB Tree Experts, Franklin, Conn., came to the auction with his family — son Stephen, daughters Tisha, Taylor and Megan, and family friend, Zayla McLean.

Brothers Joe (L) and Louis Vaz, owners of Vaz Quality Works of Bridgeport, Conn., inspect a Ditch Witch on the grounds.

Many families attended the Sales Auction Co. fall sale on Oct. 1, including Josh and Ashley Thompson and their sons, Johnny (in his father's arms), and Austin, of Windsor Locks, Conn. Josh works for Evergreen Tree Service.

Gary and Bonnie Santoro, owners of Gary J. Santoro Mason Contractors of Bethlehem, Conn., with their 12week-old retriever, Bentley, look at various consignment equipment up for auction. Someone actually bid $1,000 on Bentley, but the pup was not for sale.

Charlie Emerson, owner of C.M.E. Excavation of Salbury, Mass., examines a 1,600-watt generator he considered buying.

Robert Lodge and Cynthia Eisnor of Lodge Earth Works of Windsor, Conn., look at a cement mixer, which they considered for purchase.

Alex Alvarez, owner of AA Industries of South Windsor, Conn., brought his son, Anthony Alvarez, to the auction. Alvarez was interested in the service truck behind them.


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LIVE & ONLINE AUCTION MANA CONSTRUCTION & MP3 **CONSTRUCTION & ROADWAY EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS** Sale Date: Saturday, November 12th @ 10:00AM EST CAT Excavator, GEHL Skid Steer, Attachments, Air Compressors, Light Towers, Message & Arrow Boards, Trucks: Attenuators, Roll-off, Bucket, Stakebody, Dump & Crew, (20) Equipment and Tag Trailers, Small Jobsite Equipment, Tools, (6) 40’ Containers, Caution Barriers, Cones, Sign Posts and more! TERMS: 12% Buyer’s Premium LIVE; 15% Buyer’s Premium ONLINE. Inspection: Friday, November 11th from 9:00AM-3:00PM at 501 Winding Way, Old Bethpage, NY If bidding online, go to www.Proxibid.com. Auction details @ www.QuakerCityAuction.com 215-426-5300

Doug Oberhelman Elects to Retire, Ending Distinguished Career at Cat CATERPILLAR from page 110

well as other top executive positions. One of our top priorities as a board is developing a strong pipeline of senior leaders. Discussions are held throughout each year, and today’s announcement is the result of these ongoing and deliberate board discussions,” Rust said. “I am certain Jim will continue the superb leadership, which is the hallmark of Caterpillar, in the years to come. I especially want to thank Doug for his strong and outstanding leadership of the company throughout his tenure, particularly in the last four years, when the global economic environment has created unprecedented challenges for Caterpillar. We wish Doug all of the best for a successful retirement following a distinguished and successful 41-year career.” Calhoun has been a member of the Caterpillar board of directors since 2011. In addition to his role with the Blackstone Group, he was previously executive chair of Nielsen Holdings N.V. (2014-2015), served as chairman of the executive board and chief executive officer of The Nielsen Company B.V. (2006-2013), vice chairman of General Electric Company and president and chief executive officer of GE Infrastructure (2005-2006). “I am honored to take on these new responsibilities with Caterpillar, an iconic and global leader,” Calhoun said. “Following a deliberate succession process, the board confidently elected Jim as Caterpillar’s next CEO. He reflects the

“We wish Doug all of the best for a successful retirement following a distinguished and successful 41-year career.” Ed Rust Caterpillar

best attributes of Caterpillar’s culture and leadership. I also want to compliment Doug for his outstanding leadership as chairman and CEO, as the capstone to more than four decades of service. His leadership in the last four years has been remarkable as the company has successfully navigated an incredibly difficult cycle while positioning Caterpillar to take full advantage of the next upturn.” A replacement for Umpleby will be announced at a later date. For more information, visit caterpillar.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Construction Employment Up in 35 States From Sept. 2015 Thirty-five states added construction jobs between September 2015 and September 2016 while construction employment increased in only 21 states and the District of Columbia between August and September, according to analysis of Labor Department data released Oct. 21 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials said contractors still report difficulty filling construction jobs, and they urged Congress to complete action on a bill that would help more students gain the skills to qualify for good-paying careers in construction. “The list of states that are adding construction jobs has been shrinking, yet contractors generally report they are busy now and optimistic about the workload ahead,” said Ken Simonson, chief economist of the association. “Therefore, the lack of employment increases in many states may reflect the difficulty contractors say they are having in finding qualified workers.” California added the most construction

jobs (30,900 jobs, 4.2 percent) between September 2015 and September 2016. Other states adding a high number of new construction jobs for the past 12 months include Florida (22,800 jobs, 5.2 percent), Colorado (19,400 jobs, 13.0 percent), Washington (15,300 jobs, 8.9 percent) and Iowa (13,700 jobs, 17.7 percent). Iowa added the highest percentage of new construction jobs during the past year, followed by Colorado, Hawaii (11.1 percent, 3,900 jobs) and Idaho (11.1 percent, 4,200 jobs). The District of Columbia and 15 states shed construction jobs over the year. Kansas lost the highest number (minus 4,700 jobs, minus 7.7 percent), followed by Alabama (minus 3,500 jobs, minus 4.3 percent) Pennsylvania (minus 2,600 jobs, minus 1.1 percent), North Dakota (minus 2,100 jobs, minus 6.3 percent) and Wyoming (minus 2,100 jobs, minus 9.2 percent). Wyoming lost the highest percentage of jobs, followed by Kansas,

Montana (minus 6.9 percent, minus 1,800 jobs), North Dakota and Maine (minus 5.7 percent, minus 1,500 jobs). New York added the most construction jobs between August and September (5,100 jobs, 1.4 percent), followed by California (5,000 jobs, 0.7 percent), Texas (3,400 jobs, 0.5 percent), North Carolina (3,300 jobs, 1.7 percent) and Florida (3,100 jobs, 0.7 percent). Arizona added the highest percentage of construction jobs during the past month (2.1 percent, 2,900 jobs), followed by North Carolina and South Dakota (1.7 percent, 400 jobs). Construction employment declined in 24 states and held steady in five states. Pennsylvania lost the most construction jobs during the month (minus 3,400 jobs, minus 1.4 percent), followed by Ohio (minus 2,600 jobs, minus 1.3 percent) and Utah (minus 1,500 jobs, minus 1.7 percent). Wyoming lost the highest percentage of construction jobs between August and September (minus 4.1 percent, minus 900

jobs), followed by North Dakota (minus 1.9 percent, minus 600 jobs) and Utah. Association officials said that it is vital for policy makers to support and expand programs to provide career opportunities in fields such as construction that are short of workers. They urged U.S. Senators to act promptly on a House-passed measure that would boost funding for, and make needed reforms to, career and technical school programs to encourage and prepare more students to pursue high-paying careers in construction. “Congress should act right after the election, and not wait until January, to enact a bill that will help school districts to set up programs that teach construction skills to enable more students to pursue construction careers,” Stephen E. Sandherr, chief executive officer for the association, said. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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HUGE 2-DAY PUBLIC AUCTION Selling All Types of Construction Equip., Heavy-duty Trucks, Trailers, Farm Tractors, Logging Equip., Support Equip., Vehicles & More

Wednesday, Nov. 16th & Thursday, Nov. 17th • 9am 1042 Holland Ave • Philadelphia, Mississippi 39350

Phone: 601.656.9768 • Fax: 601.656.0192 10% Buyers Fee on the first $4500 of each lot and then a 1% Buyer Fee on the remaining balance of each lot.

Consignments are Now Being Accepted for this HUGE 2-Day Auction. CALL TODAY !! Phone: 601.656.9768 Fax: 601.656.0192 1042 Holland Ave • PO Box 1248 Philadelphia, MS 39350 sold@deancoauction.com

2013 Cat D5K2 LGP

(3 of 5) 2015 Hyundai 160D-7A (Flood Damaged)

bid live ONLINE

Auctioneers: Donnie W. Dean, MS Lic. 733 & Wes Dean, MS Lic. 1322

Absolute Auction Surplus Liquidation Ontario Specialty Contracting, Inc. Wed., Nov. 16, 2016 – 9:00AM Buffalo, NY (7) Hydraulic Excavators and Attachments: (3) `07 JD 450D LC • `07 JD 350D LC-2 • `05 HITACHI ZX350 LC and `05 HITACHI ZX200 LC • `94 JD 892E LC w/magnet • Hydraulic Demo Hammers & Grapples Rubber Tired Loaders: (2) `11 KOMATSU WA320-6 • `01 VOLVO L330D Articulated Haul Trucks: (2) `06 VOLVO A25D, 25 Ton 6x6 (13) Skid Steer Loaders: (3) `08-`04 BOBCAT T300 • `07 BOBCAT T190 • (2) `04 BOBCAT S250 • (4) `06 & (1) `05 BOBCAT S185 • (2) `02 BOBCAT 463 (10) Mini Excavators and Attachments: `07 TAKEUCHI TB135 • (4) `06-`02 TAKEUCHI TB125 • (3) `05 TAKEUCHI • (2) `02 TAKEUCHI TB016 • Hydraulic Demo Hammers & Grapples Screening Plant: `08 EXTEC S5 Double Screen Crawler Screening Plant Carry Deck Cranes and Truck Crane: `02 GROVE YB4415, 15 Ton, 4x4 • DROTT 85RM2, 8,500 lb. • LIMA 990TC, 90 Ton Conventional Crawler Tractor: CAT D8K

PLUS! Vibratory Compactors • Rough Terrain Forklifts and Aerial Lift • Mobile Broom • Air Compressors and Generators • Beam Trailer

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

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


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Unreserved public equipment auction Special limited-time financing offer! No payments for 120 days*

2011 Caterpillar 336EL

2008 Caterpillar CS56

Caterpillar 950G Series iI

Komatsu D65PX-12

Blaw-Knox PF200B

1 of 2 – 2012 Peterbilt 388

1 of 2 – 2013 Kenworth T800

Peterbilt 387

Ford F550 Fuel & Lube

Wharton, New Jersey

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See full auction & equipment listings at rbauction.com OAC. Terms & conditions apply. See rbauction.com/financing.


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Unreserved public equipment auction Special limited-time financing offer! No payments for 120 days*

2010 & 2007 Caterpillar D8T

2008 Caterpillar D6T XL

2007, 2006 & 2005 Caterpillar D6N XL

2013 Hitachi ZX210LC-5N

Caterpillar 815F

2010 John Deere 50D

2008 Caterpillar 289C 2 Spd

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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See full auction & equipment listings at rbauction.com Auction Company License #AY00208L OAC. Terms & conditions apply. See rbauction.com/financing.


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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 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 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 ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS Contractor Executive Exchange Changing the Way Contractors Source New Solutions and Build Relationships with Vendors DATES: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2016 to TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2016 CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA Other https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS Construction Project Manager Course DATES: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2016 to FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2016 DALLAS, TEXAS https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar

ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS AGC’S 98th ANNUAL CONVENTION DATES: TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 2017 to THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2017 Annual Convention https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar Missouri Land Improvement Contractors Damage Prevention and Excavation Safety Summit DATES: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2016 to THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2016 LOCATION: OZARK EMPIRE FAIRGROUNDS SPRINGFIELD, MO For more information, contact Deb Dickens, Executive Director. Phone: 573/634-3001 Email: MLICA@aol.com Michigan Construction News November 11 – 15, 2016 (Friday to Tuesday) American Association of State Highway & Transportation Officials, 2016 Annual Meeting, Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts. Contact: AASHTO, 850/224-7775 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-water-infrastructureconference-2016/. 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 TIME: 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM AGC Contact: Denise Woods at AGC of Minnesota, 525 Park Street, #110, St. Paul, Minnesota 55102. Telephone: 651/632-8929 Fax: 651/6328928 Email: info@agcmn.org AGC (Associated General Contractors) of Minnesota DATE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2016 EVENT: AGC – MnDOT Grading Forum Earle Brown Heritage Center, Brooklyn Center TIME: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM AGC Contact: Denise Woods at AGC of Minnesota, 525 Park Street, #110, St. Paul, Minnesota 55102. Telephone: 651/632-8929 Fax: 651/6328928 Email: info@agcmn.org Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association (CSDA) to Meet in Puerto Rico for the First Time CSDA is heading to beautiful Puerto Rico for the association’s 45th Annual Convention & Tech Fair. Dates: March 14-18, 2017 Puerto Rico is an ideal location for industry professionals to meet, network and relax – a tropical island paradise that remains part of the U.S. and is easily accessible for American and international travelers. CSDA has chosen the luxurious Gran Melia Resort as the convention venue – a highly sophisticated architectural gem nestled on Puerto Rico’s northeastern coast in Coco Beach, Rio Grande. The CSDA Annual Convention is attended by owners, managers and operators from concrete cutting, polishing and imaging companies as well as representatives from manufacturers and distributors who support the industry with products and services. Anyone who falls into these categories should join CSDA for this important networking event. Registration opens September. For more information, visit www.csda.org/convention, call 727/577-5004 or email info@csda.org.


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Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation D.C. Ventre and Sons, Inc. Wed., Nov. 30, 2016 – 9:00AM Duncansville, PA (Altoona Area)

Oil Show Displays Latest in Equipment, Technology

Hydraulic Excavators: `00 JOHN DEERE 160LC • `07 JOHN DEERE 120C • `98 JOHN DEERE 270LC • `93 JOHN DEERE 190E • `86 JOHN DEERE 790 • WARNER SWASEY G880 Gradall Rubber Tired and Crawler Loaders: `98 JOHN DEERE TC62H Rubber Tired • CLARK 75B Rubber Tired • `89 JOHN DEERE 755B Crawler Backhoe, Skid Steer Loaders, and Attachments: `00 JOHN DEERE 310SE, 4x4 Extend-A-Hoe • `12 JOHN DEERE 328D Skid Steer • `02 JOHN DEERE 260 Skid Steer • 48” Fork Attachment • ALTEC RW18 Hydraulic Earth Saw • JOHN DEERE CP16 Hydraulic Milling Attachment • ROCKAWAY Hydraulic Power Rake Earth Saw: VERMEER T600D Crawler (92 Hours on Rebuilt Engine) Motor Grader and Roller: CHAMPION 715 Motor Grader • `02 CAT CB-214D Vibratory Roller Dump Trucks and Truck Tractor: `93 MACK RD690S T/A • `86 AUTOCAR Construcktor 2 T/A • `96 INT’L 4900 S/A • `96 INT’L 4900 S/A • `87 FORD F-350 S/A • INT’L 2000Y S/A • `86 FORD LTL9000 T/A Truck Tractor PLUS: Pickup Trucks and Window Van • Tag-A-Long Trailers • Portable Chipper • Office and Storage Trailers • Equipment Attachments and Buckets • Concrete Saws • Road Plate, Trench Boxes, & Stone Box • Sewer and Water Pipe Tools and Pipe/Fittings • Contractors Tools and Equipment • Shop Tools • Plus More!

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

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

Kirby-Smith dominated a portion of the outside exhibition area. OIL from page 40

The show has survived the ups and downs of the oil industry since 1940, and now occupies an important position in the industry internationally. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Warren CAT’s huge display was a busy place. Ron Mullens (C), salesman, Warren CAT, discusses finance options with Ryon Vestel (L) and Summit Hogue of Capital Asset Resources.

NHI Offers Web-Based Design Program

P    National Highway Institute’s (NHI) web-based training 135094, Culvert Hydraulic Analysis and Design  ˆ

ˆ course Program (HY-8), provides training on the use of the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) HY-8 computer program to complete culvert analysis and design calculations   T commonly performed by civil engineers and others involved

in roadway design. This web-based training uses a combination of text, graphics, examples, animations and workshop problems in its six primary lessons: • HY-8 overview • conventional design scenarios • rehabilitative linings/common pitfalls in HY-8 use • special geometries • energy dissipation • project file management and report generation Upon completing the course, participants will be able to apply the HY-8 software to analyze and design culverts in many commonly encountered situations.

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Outcomes • list the primary capabilities of HY-8 • identify inlet and outlet control situations from the culvert summary tables • list the material types used in culverts • list the material shapes that may be analyzed within HY-8 • select a culvert from a list of available culverts that satisfies headwater and outlet velocity criteria by using HY-8. • predict the effect of lining material (new or rehabilitated) on headwater • identify common pitfalls in using HY-8 in convention-

al design scenarios • identify situations appropriate for application of special culvert geometries • identify situations requiring energy dissipation to mitigate scour or high outlet Velocities. • select an appropriate energy dissipator by using HY-8. • identify the steps to generate customized HY-8 reports. Target Audience The target audience is comprised of federal, state, and local hydraulic engineers, highway designers and design consultants who have responsibility for the analysis, design and review of culverts. Length of service with an organization or status within an organization would not be a factor in that this training could apply to anyone that has a need for hands-on use of HY-8. Course 135094, Culvert Hydraulic Analysis and Design Program (HY-8) (Web-based) is a prerequisite for Course 135080, Hydrologic Analysis and Modeling with WMS. Mastery of the concepts covered in this WBT is important to successful completion of Course 135080. NHI Web-based training can be accessed from any computer with an internet connection via the My Training page. Remember, you can access a WBT at any time and return to it as many times as you wish, although the final exams can only be completed once. For more information, call 877/558-6873 or visit nhicustomerservice@dot.gov. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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CONSTRUCTION AUCTION DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2016 • 9:00 A.M. LOCATION: 210 CHESHIRE ROAD, RT. 68 PROSPECT, CT

THINK SUNSHINE!!!

Davis Auctions, Inc. will be conducting our next auction of utility and construction equipment and related supplies on December 3, 2016. This auction will consist of excess equipment from the power companies, municipalities and others to be sold in absolute.

Early Consignments:

EQUIPMENT Excavators: JOHN DEERE 490, s/n S01059; KOMATSU PC35, w/blade & thumb Loaders: 2002 CATERPILLAR IT38G Wheel; (2) FIAT ALLIS FR20 Wheel; Loader Backhoe: JOHN DEERE 410D, extendahoe, 4x4; CASE 580M Series 3, EROPS, extendahoe, 4x4; Skid Steer Attachments: Mower; Grapple Forks; (4) 94" Hydraulic Dozer Blade; Snow Blower; 72" Sweeper Attachment; 3PtH Attachments: Rototiller; Logging Winch; Pavers: LEE BOY 700B, gas Forklift: MITSUBISHI FG30K Forklift, 5,290# cap., 185" lifting height, side shift, adjustable forks; Misc.: AMERICAN Wood Splitter; (2) Heavy Duty PTO Wood Chipper; 82" Heavy Duty Rotary Tiller; VEHICLES Dump Trucks: 1987 MACK RD688S Tri-Axle, w/power cover; Squirt Boom: 2005 Ford F750XL SD, w/Versalift VST-240101 squirt boom & Versalift utility body; Box Truck: 2006 INT'L CF600 COE S/A, w/SERVAC vacuum excavation system, 14' body, 7,000# front, 13,500 # rears, VT275 engine; 2002 INT'L 4300 24'; Step Vans: 2002 FREIGHTLINER MT55, w/lift gate & compressor; 2002 FREIGHTLINER MT55, w/lift gate; (3) 2002 FREIGHTLINER MT55;

Pickups: 2011 CHEV. Silverado Ext. Cab, 4x4, flex fuel; (3) 2011 - 2007 FORD F150, 4x4; (3) 2009 GMC Sierra Ext. Cab; 2009 FORD F150 Ext. Cab, w/winch, tool box & tonneau cover; 2009 GMC K1500 Ext. Cab, w/utility cap; 2008 FORD F250XL SD Ext. Cab, 4x4; 2008 DODGE Ram Crew Cab, w/tonneau cover, 4x4; (3) 2009 - 2008 DODGE Dakota SLT Crew Cab, 4x4; 2008 CHEV. Colorado LT Crew Cab, 4x4; 2008 DODGE Dakota; 2006 DODGE Dakota Club Cab; 2006 CHEV. Colorado, 4x4; 2006 FORD F350XL SD, 4x4; 2005 CHEV. Colorado Z71 Crew Cab, w/cap & ladder rack. 4x4; 2004 FORD F150STX Ext. Cab, w/hard cover, 4x4; (3) 2004 FORD Ranger Ext. Cab; 2003 FORD F550SD, w/Miller welder& Reading utility body, V8, Powerstroke turbo diesel; 2003 FORD Ranger Ext. Cab, 4x4; 2000 FORD Ranger; SUVs/Vans: 2011 JEEP Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited, w/winch, 4x4; 2008 CHEV. G2500 Cargo, Duramax dsl; 2011 FORD Escape Hybrid; 2009 FORD Escape, 4x4; (2) 2006 FORD Escape; 2004 FORD E250 Econoline; 2003 FORD Explorer; 2003 SATURN Vue, AWD; (4) 2008-2003 DODGE Caravan; Car: 1998 HYUNDAI Sonata; 1994 CADILLAC Seville; Trailers: 1996 CM TRAILERS 8’ Enclosed Cargo; 1986 Storage; MISCELLANEOUS Storage Buildings: 20' x 30' x 12' Peak Ceiling; 30' x 40' x 15' Peak Ceiling Double Door; Tents: 20' x 20' Pagoda Party; (2) 10' x 20' Instant Pop Up Tent; Misc.: Heavy Duty Multi Drawer Tool Cabinet; (2) Heavy Duty 20 drawer Metal Work Bench, w/hanging peg board; 20' Heavy Duty Bi-Parting Wrought Iron Driveway Gate; 9000# Heavy Duty Two Post Auto Lift; 10 Ton Digital Floor Scale; 75 Ton Hydraulic Shop Press; (2) Heavy Duty Tire Changer; (2) 125K BTU Propane Air Forced Heater; (2) 3 Ton Floor Jack; (2) 20 Ton Hydraulic Air Jack; (2) 1" Dr. Air Impact Wrench Kit; (2) 50' Air Hose Reel; (8) 3” x 30” Tow Strap; Heater

This is our early tentative list. We accept consignments up thru Monday, November 28, 2016. We never know what will be consigned at the last minute – so come to our inspection and find out!

INSPECTION: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2016 Call for more information: DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. (203) 758-4087 or 1-800-201-4368 www.davisauctionsinc.com

This is when/where you find out what is really here!!! For Online Bidding, Visit Realtimebid.com

TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECKS WITH IDENTIFICATION.

ABSENTEE BIDS ACCEPTED.

Website list frequently updated. If you don't see what you want here, visit www.davisauctionsinc.com for updates.

9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. Auctioneer: Reginald Lussier Lyndonville, VT 05851 NH License# 2413


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Interchange Receives WVDOT’s 2014 Engineering Award INTERCHANGE from page 14

crusher. Major subcontractors include AECOM, design engineer; Bayliss and Ramey, lighting and traffic signal; Beckley Drilling and Blasting, rock blasting; Bilco Construction, bridge construction; Bunn Enterprises, underdrain installation; CTL Engineering, geotechnical engineer; Jim Construction, box culvert and tunnel extensions; Highway Safety, temporary traffic control and pavement markings; Instant Growth Hydroseeding, temporary and permanent

seeding; Long Fence, right-of-way fencing; Ogelsby Construction, curb and gutter and sidewalks; and PDK Construction, signing and guardrail. The interchange received the West Virginia Department of Transportation’s (WVDOT) 2014 Engineering Excellence Award in the Large Roadway Category. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Neely noted that the project also included extensions of both sides of a tunnel crossing under the interstate to accommodate the added ramps, and a reinforced soil slope wall was required on a portion of one of the ramps due to limited right-of-way. Unique aspects of the project include the construction of a roundabout and active developer pad grading within project limits. The project included 1.1 million cu. yds. (841,010 cu m) of earthwork, 28,000 tons (25,401 t) of asphalt, 2.75 mi. (4.43 km) of ramp and roadway construction, a 280 ft. (85.34 m) long by 85 ft. (26 m) wide interstate overpass bridge, and a 1,400 ft. long 7 ft. by 7 ft. box culvert. Major equipment used on the job includes Caterpillar 320, 345 and 390 excavators; Komatsu PC 200, 300 and 390 excavators; Hitachi EH100 off-road trucks; Volvo A40 off-road trucks; The interchange received the West Virginia Department of Caterpillar D10, D8 and D6 Transportation’s (WVDOT) 2014 Engineering Excellence Award in dozers; and a Metso LT106 the Large Roadway Category. The $22 million project consists of providing a new interchange on I-79.

Members of Local 14-14B Test Machine Control Technology TECHNOLOGY from page 8

equipped with smart board technology and other features, including excavator simulators and a Vortex crane simulator, which offers life-like visuals to create a realistic experience for the operator. Students also have the opportunity to operate excavators, backhoes and more located on site. Local 14 purchases these machines from local dealers, including H.O. Penn, and these purchases are funded entirely by union members.

Gordon said the event was a wonderful opportunity to learn even more about the machine-integrated technology on job sites, including the Trimble GPS grade control. “It’s incredible. You can grade to a level, and if you hit a rock or boulder and come off grade or if you are digging too deep, the machine will assist you getting back to a set grade, said Gordon. “The Trimble GPS system that we have in our backhoe and our excavator is state of the art. You can see

Martin James (L) and Matt Dunn, both of Local 14, use the excavator simulator at the Local 14 training facility.

while you’re operating what depth, grade and slope you have to dig. When our members saw the technology at the event, they were incredibly impressed.” According to Callahan, Trimble job site surface modeling technology provides highly productive, integrated and innovative solutions for the entire job site. Trimble site positioning systems help contactors take control of the job site, perform tasks more productively, meet tighter specifications and avoid rework. Overall, Gordon said that the Caterpillar and Sitech event was incredibly successful. “The people from H.O. Penn and Trimble came in and ran the most professional event that we’ve held at the facility,” said Gordon. “It was great. They stayed and answered all of the questions about all of the new technology and equipment that the members asked, and they coordinated everything down to the final minute. The feedback that I got from our members was fantastic.” For more information, visit www.hopenn.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment The Vortex crane simulator at the Local 14 training Guide’s website at www.construcfacility offers life-like visuals to create a realistic tionequipmentguide.com.) CEG experience for the operator.


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Deutz to Supply Engines for Terex Aerial Work Platforms

Deutz Corporation will provide Terex aerial work platforms (AWP) reconditioning services with Deutz Xchange remanufactured engines for reconditioned Genie aerial equipment, including boom lifts, scissor lifts and telehandlers.

Deutz Corporation will provide Terex aerial work platforms (AWP) reconditioning services with Deutz Xchange remanufactured engines for reconditioned Genie aerial equipment, including boom lifts, scissor lifts and telehandlers. “Terex was impressed with the three-year transferrable warranty that we offer with our Deutz Xchange engines,” said Robert Mann, Deutz Corporation’s president and CEO. “That warranty, our proven track record as a trusted supplier of quality product, and the fact Deutz remanufactured engines can be serviced by any Deutz distributor were critical factors in selecting Deutz for the business.” “Terex AWP Reconditioning Services provides customers with a cost-effective alternative to purchasing new machines,” said Bob Bartley, Genie senior director of product support and reconditioning for Terex AWP. “The increasing popularity of reconditioned Genie aerial equipment is supported by a same-as-new warranty, short lead time and strong service network. Deutz Xchange engines mirror the fundamental qualities integral to these reconditioned units. “Due to the rapid expansion of the reconditioning business, Terex needed to partner with a supplier that has a long, proven track

record of supporting our operation’s growth. The reconditioning business is highly dynamic due to the wide variety of Genie aerial equipment models available. It would be challenging to grow this business without a flexible, capable supplier.” Deutz’s Pendergrass, Ga., remanufacturing facility was able to ramp up supply to Terex within two weeks of receiving the initial order. Existing Terex production logistics channels were leveraged to smoothly add the incremental demand from the company’s reconditioning operations. Beyond engine supply, Deutz Xchange operations will provide a “plug-and-play” dressed engine including mounting components and ancillary system installed to minimize cycle time and manufacturing complexity for the Terex reconditioning facility. “We’re honored to partner with Terex,” said Steve Corley, chief sales officer of Deutz Corporation. “Our combined efforts with Terex will both grow and strengthen the relationship with our broad, shared, endcustomer base.” For more information, visit www.genielift.com or www.deutzamericas.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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LARGE Absolute Auction Complete Liquidation Susquehanna Supply Co., Inc. Thurs., Dec. 15, 2016 – 9:00AM Williamsport, PA Cranes and Boom Truck: `99 GROVE RT750, 50 Ton • LINK-BELT HSP-8020, 20 Ton • LINK-BELT HSP-8018, 18 Ton • LINK-BELT HC218, 82 Ton • LINKBELT HC-138, 65 Ton • `94 SIMON/R.O. TC-2863, 28,800# on `94 Ford L8000 Pile Driving Equipment: `07/`08 ICE 28B Hydraulic Vibratory Pile Driver/Extractor • MKT V5B Hydraulic Vibratory Pile Driver/Extractor • L.B. FOSTER 20H4 Hydraulic Vibratory Pile Driver/Extractor • ICE I-30V2 Diesel Pile Hammer • `94 DELMAG D12-32 Diesel Pile Hammer • DELMAG D-12 Diesel Pile Hammer • DELMAG D-12 Diesel Pile Hammer • VULCAN 400A Pile Extractor • (2) MKT 9-B3 Pneumatic Pile Drivers • MKT #7 Pneumatic Pile Driver • MKT #6 Pneumatic Pile Driver • 85’ of FEC Trapezoidal Leads • VERY Large Quantity Sheet Piling Excavators and Universal Processor: `12 CAT 329EL • `04 CAT 322CL Long Reach • `95 CAT 325L • `86 CAT 235B • `13 CAT 308E2 CR Midi • `06 CAT 303CR Mini • `96 GRADALL XL4100 Rubber Tired • `91 LABOUNTY UP90R Hydraulic Universal Processor PLUS MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST! Including: Rubber Tired Loaders • Crawler Loader • Crawler Tractor • End Dump • Backhoes and Skid Steer Loader • Compactors and Rollers • Rough Terrain Forklifts • Aerial Lifts • Portable Chipper and Tractor • Portable Bridge Inspection Platform, Bridge Deck Finisher, and Under Bridge Protection System • Track Drills • Truck Tractors and Lowboy Trailers • Lube Truck • Dump Trucks • Flatbed Trucks • Utility and Van Body Trucks • Step Deck and Flatbed Trailers • Refrigerated Van Trailer and Tank Trailer • Office Trailers • Generators • Pumps • Air Compressors • Light Plants • Arrowboards and Message Boards • Electric Conveyor • Welder/Generators • Equipment Attachments • Large Quantity Temporary Bridge Beams and Decking • EFCO Column Forms • EFCO Plate Girder Forms • BMF Parapet Forms With Accessories • Approximately (500) Overhang Brackets • Large Quantity Wooden Forms

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

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

Transportation construction companies from Pennsylvania and Texas were recognized for their outstanding corporate worker safety programs at the 2016 American Road & Transportation Builders Association’s (ARTBA) National Convention in Tucson, Ariz. An awards ceremony took place during an Oct. 5 luncheon. Winning firms were the top honorees of ARTBA’s Transportation Development Foundation’s (TDF) annual “Contractor Safety Awards,” a program developed to promote worker safety and health as core values of the transportation design and construction industry. Award winners demonstrated a low “OSHA Recordable Rate” as measured against benchmark metrics established by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Finalists were selected based on their achievements, as evidenced by recordable rates below the industry average.

Representatives from each company were invited to make a presentation before a panel of industry professionals during the association’s convention. An ARTBA member panel of judges evaluated the entries based on corporate safety culture, operational safety plans and worker training programs. Awards were presented in two categories, based on the number of employee hours worked during the previous year: • 500,000 to 1 million hours: Wagman Heavy Civil, York, Pa. • More than 1 million hours: Webber LLC, The Woodlands, Texas Honorable mentions went to Gray and Son/Maryland Paving of Timonium, Md., and Granite Construction of Watsonville, Calif. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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ADVERTISER INDEX A QUICK PICK CRANE & RIGGING ........................36 AED SUMMIT/CONDEX............................................98 AIM ATTACHMENTS ................................................98 ALEX LYON & SON INC PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ..........................129 BOSTON (PLYMOUTH) MA 11/5 HOUSTON TX 11/8 ......................................131 AUGUSTA ME 11/12 WOOSTER OH 11/18....................................133 ATTLEBORO MA 11/19/2016........................138 SYRACUSE (CANASTOTA) NY 11/26 BOSTON (CLINTON) MA 12/2......................139 BUFFALO NY 12/8 ........................................143 ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ....................23 ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP ..............................7 AMERICAN EQUIPMENT LLC..................................49 AMULET MFG CO INC ............................................50 ARTIC SNOW & ICE CONTROL PRODUCTS ......122 ASPHALT CARE EQUIPMENT ................................72 ATI LEVEL BEST ....................................................106 BAIR PRODUCTS INC ..............................................47 BARGAINS ..............................................................125 BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ................................39 BELL TRUCKS AMERICA INC ..................................55 BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ..........................................41 BINDER MACHINERY CO ..........................................3 BLANCHARD MACHINERY INC ..............................48 BOMAG ....................................................................71 BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT CO ..........32 CALDER BROTHERS CORPORATION....................73 CEG SCALE MODELS ..............................................76 CEG WANTED ........................................................127 CLASSIFIED ..........................................................126 CLEVELAND BROTHERS ........................................26 COMPANY WRENCH................................................29 CONSTRUCTION CRANE & TRACTOR ..................58 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ......46,56,118 DAVE HALLMAN CHEVROLET ................................32 DAVIS AUCTIONS INC PROSPECT CT 12/03 ..................................141 DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................50 DEANCO AUCTION & REAL ESTATE PHILADELPHIA MS 11/16-17 ......................135 DITCH WITCH ........................................................112 DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS ............................85 EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ................147 EDWARD EHRBAR ..................................................17 ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC....................................42,112 EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK........................35

ESCO CORP ..........................................................106 FIVE STAR EQUIPMENT INC (PA) ..........................38 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ..................................98 FLUID POWER........................................................124 FOLEY INC..................................................................9 GEHL SKID STEER ..................................................99 GEORGE & SWEDE SALES................................34,36 GOMACO CORP ......................................................72 GSE&E GARDEN STATE ENGINE & EQUIPMENT ....38 H & L TOOTH CO......................................................81 H O PENN MACHINERY CO INC ............................15 HARTER EQUIPMENT INC ......................................19 HELAC CORP ........................................................106 HESS AUCTIONEERS LLC MARIETTA PA 12/09 ....................................144 HINIKER ..................................................................123 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..............115 HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT INC ..................................21 HORST WELDING /HLA ATTACHMENTS ..............120 HUNYADY AUCTION CO BUFFALO NY 11/16 ......................................135 DUNCANSVILLE PA 11/30............................140 WILLIAMSPORT PA 12/15 ............................144 HYDREMA U S INC ..................................................95 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ............109 I-STATE TRUCK CENTER ......................................122 IRONPLANET KISSIMMEE FL 2/13-17 ................................145 J & J TRUCK EQUIPMENT ......................................36 J D EQUIPMENT ......................................................49 JCB INC ....................................................................90 JESCO ........................................................................6 JFW EQUIPMENT INC..............................................66 JOHN DEERE............................................................79 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ....................................94 KAWASAKI - KCM ....................................................93 KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............53 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ....................................83 KUBOTA ..................................................................113 KUBOTA SVL ..........................................................101 LEEBOY ....................................................................69 LIEBHERR CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..........107 LINK-BELT EXCAVATORS ........................................96 LIUGONG DRESSTA MACHINERY ..........................87 MESSICK’S ..............................................................34 METSO MINERALS SCREENING ..........................116 MIDLANTIC MACHINERY ........................................13 MIKE ZYNDORF LLC ................................................30 MILTON CAT..............................................................49

MINNICH MANUFACTURING ..................................70 MUNICIBID.COM ....................................................140 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ......................................41 NORRIS SALES CO INC ..........................................12 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC................51 OPDYKE INC ............................................................24 PAVEMENT RECYCLERS/BAGELA USA ................66 PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ....................................5 PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ..................................103 PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ..................................25 PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ........................10 POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ............................33 QUAKER CITY AUCTIONEERS OLD BETHPAGE NY 11/12 ..........................134 RANSOME CAT ..........................................................2 RANSOME EQUIPMENT SALES LLC/LRH............127 RAYCO ......................................................................42 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS WHARTON NJ 11/15 ....................................136 PITTSBURGH PA 11/17 ................................137 ORLANDO FL 2/20-24 ..................................148 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ............................124 ROADTEC ................................................................59 ROSCO MFG CO ......................................................63 ROY TEITSWORTH INC BINGHAMPTON NY 11/16 ............................135 SAKAI AMERICA INC ..............................................61 SDLG ......................................................................121 SHORQUIP SUPPLY INC ........................................37 ST PIERRE MANUFACTURING CORP ..................120 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ............................11 TAKEUCHI ..............................................................104 TEREX CONSTRUCTION ......................................102 TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ..........................16 TRAMAC CORP ........................................................49 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES..........................45 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ..............................47 TRENCHTECH ..........................................................31 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC WILMINGTON DE 12/16 ..............................144 VOLVO COMPACTION..............................................67 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..................74 WACKER NEUSON ................................................110 WEACO ....................................................................34 WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC..............................24 WIRTGEN AMERICA ................................................64 WOODS CRW CORP................................................20 YANMAR AMERICA ..................................................89 YOUR NORTHEAST SITECH DEALERS ................43

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Introducing the New Case CX D Series Excavator

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

2004 Case 580SM II Loader Backhoe, Stk# 36623, 5883 Hrs.. ................................................................................................$35,300

2013 Case 580SN Loader Backhoe, Stk# 33614, 1112 Hrs ...... ................................................................................................$86,066

2011 Case 721 E Wheel Loader, Stk# 36810, 4055 Hrs ............. ..............................................................................................$105,000

2013 Case DV207 III Roller, Stk# 34041, Serial# NDNTH2051, 175 Hrs....................................................................................$92,206

2013 Case TR270 Compact Track Loader, Stk# 34605, 453 Hrs....................................................................................$44,923

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

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

302/354-1947

215/783-1847

Dean R. Leonetti, Sales Manager

215/699-5871

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

302/530-9134 Brandon Jewell, Toro Dingo Specialist

2211 Dupont Highway New Castle, DE 19720 302/652-3028 Fax 302/652-7540 NEW HOURS Mon.-Fri. 7AM-5PM

610/420-4770

610/312-3995

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


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