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Long-Awaited Widening Comes to Jackson Ave. By Peter Hildebrandt CEG CORRESPONDENT

Garden State’s R&R Celebrates Milestone…8

Life, Legacy of Pine Bush’s Dorothy Boniface…14

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involving this narrow, important street where drivers often accelerate. With this much needed widening of the road, there will be three lanes: one lane north, one south and a center turn lane for the entire length. Plus, as drivers travel north, there will still be a turn lane as drivers approach Convent Road. Convent Road is a major cut through and there are many residential areas off that road. Because the project would impact so many people, the town wanted to ensure they did sufficient outreach to inform as many people as possible about the widening

Jackson Avenue, in Syosset, N.Y., has finally been given a makeover. This street has long been a pivotal thoroughfare in this community, which is serviced by the nearby Long Island Railroad. The LIRR provides a direct line into midtown Manhattan and Jackson Avenue provides a straight shot from the Long Island Expressway and Jericho Turnpike to the heart of the town where the LIRR train station is located. But the narrow busy street also has had its share of pedestrian deaths, auto accidents and near-death experiences. Years ago, at the one major curve in the road a man got up from his couch just in time to be spared the wreckage of a fast-moving auto that (Rob Schultz photo) plowed directly into the With this much needed widening of Jackson room where he’d just Avenue, there will be three lanes: one lane north, been napping. Other area one south and a center turn lane for the entire residents have their own length. Jackson Avenue. stories By Jennifer Rupp

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Resensys Offers New Ideas for Checking ‘Health’ of Bridges

Construction Employment Numbers Rise in October Construction employment rose in half the states and decreased in half in October and during the past year, closely matching the stable national employment picture, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of Labor Department data. The even split between gains and losses reflects the accelerating improvement in apartment and private nonresidential construction, offset by a declining public market and stalled single-family sector. “Construction employment gains are likely to remain spotty for months to come,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “Local factors, rather than regional or industry trends,

seem to dictate whether a state has rising or falling construction employment in a given month.” North Dakota ranked first among 24 states and the District of Columbia that recorded construction employment gains from October 2010 to October 2011. The state added 19 percent (4,100 jobs). Oklahoma ranked second (8.1 percent, 5,500 jobs), followed by D.C. (4.8 percent, 500 jobs). Texas added the largest number of jobs (17,500, 3.1 percent), closely followed by California (17,100, 3.1 percent). Among the 25 states that shed construction jobs over the past 12 months, see EMPLOYMENT page 39

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In 2008, Mehdi Kalantari, assistant research scientist in the electrical and computer engineering department of the University of Maryland, founded Resensys LLC. The company developed wireless sensor technology that could monitor the structural health of bridges. These devices have now become commercially available for use on new and existing bridges. How It Began “My background is in sensor networking and wireless communication,” see SENSOR page 28

Sensors monitor various components on the bridge, such as the bearings where this sensor is located.


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R&R CONSTRUCTION CO. INC. CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY

The business was founded in Chester, N.J., where Duryea Sr. and Jr. had already established a name for themselves in the construction business.

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FAMILY REFLECTS ON LIFE, LEGACY OF PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT’S DOROTHY BONIFACE

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When Dorothy Boniface passed away on Aug. 8, 2011, at the age of 87, she left behind a legacy of love, strength, and dedication that will continue through the generations.

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R&R Construction Co. Inc. Celebrates 50th Anniversary Not Resting on Its Reputation, Company Upholds Its Original Strong Work Ethic Life changed for Russ and Marie Duryea in 1960. That year, the couple got married and, with Russ’ father, Russ Sr., started R&R Construction Co., Inc. Fifty years later, they’re celebrating two anniversaries marking both longlasting, successful relationships. The business was founded in Chester, N.J., where Duryea Sr. and Jr. had already established a name for themselves in the construction business. “We were in the right spot at the right time,” Russ Jr. said. “It’s a good area, a growing area for residential construction, and we were known because we lived there, so people took a chance with us.” They started with a truck, a used backhoe and a small dozer. The only advertising they had was the high quality of their work. They still don’t do much advertising, preferring to rely on word-of- (L-R) are Rusty Fricke, Russ Duryea, Marie Duryea, Sam Richards (equipment manager). mouth recommendations. Their commitment to quality, as well as to school and old souls.” Jamie Foley, president their customers and their work, has sustained and CEO of Foley, Incorporated, adds that Golden Rules Their advertising strategy isn’t the only them through 50 years of residential and the Duryea’s have been a large presence in aspect of the business that has changed little commercial construction in a competitive the construction industry and with Foley. in 50 years. According to Rusty Fricke, the market. Fricke, who comes from a very dif- “We have been fortunate to have R&R as a Duryea’s son-in-law who helps direct opera- ferent background, considers R&R a unique customer,” said Foley. “When I think of the values that we live tions at R&R, quality and service remain pri- company. “It’s under the radar in many by here at Foley, R&R is a company that also ways,” he said. “What Russ and Marie have orities. “We try to respond to the customer, even after the job is finished,” he said. “Once done for people in the industry is beyond exhibits those same values on a daily basis. we’re done, we’re not done. We’ve gone out what most people will ever know. They put It has been a business partnership that I truly to jobs even one year later to solve issues. in tremendous hard work and have earned believe has been beneficial for all parties — We go the extra mile because we really do great respect. They’re great people: true old- for Foley, for R&R and for Caterpillar.” care about people. We’re not trying to retire on one job.” Although everyone at R&R continues to put value on what they can do for their customers, Fricke said they are trying to figure out “the new normal.” “Margins are very, very tight and competition is really tough; everyone’s looking for work,” he said. However, he adds, “We choose to walk away rather than take shortcuts. Quality still matters in our book. The jobs are much smaller and take just as much management to run. Small mistakes or delays add up quickly. Our employees have always done a great job of developing relationships with customers, inspectors, vendors and subcontractors and we put a value on that. It’s just a little tougher selling this core value in today’s market place.” A plaque given by R & R employees commemorating the company’s 50th anniversary.

Components for Success The only way to produce quality results is with experience, commitment and the right equipment. Russ Sr. had a background in construction and expertise as a mechanic for heavy construction equipment. Russ Jr. had a love for construction, running of the machine and designing whatever was needed, a talent that helped to move the company forward. If an unusual attachment was needed for a particular job, Russ Jr. and his crew built it in the shop. The entire staff exhibits a strong work ethic. R&R’s approximately 55 employees communicate with each other and the customer throughout a project, Fricke said, guiding the customer and trying to anticipate problems. “They [the office, field and shop personnel] are truly there to solve problems.” Relationships are still an important part of doing business for R&R. Enter the Cat It all began in the early ’60s, when they needed a bigger dozer, Russ reminisces. “We went to Foley and bought a used D69U tractor. Everybody wanted that machine back then. The engine was shot, but my dad and one of the guys rebuilt it.” R&R has a full shop and weld shop, where they still do most of their own maintenance and fabricating. As they grew, Russ says they purchased a 955H from Foley, Inc. It was far from their last purchase. “Now we have 35 to 40 Cat machines and mostly Cat engines in the big trucks,” he said. One factor contributing to the growth of their Caterpillar inventory is Foley. “I can call Bill Grater at any time and he’s always willing to try to help with creative ideas,” Marie said. “Many times we use a lease-to purchase approach. Foley is also very helpful with creating a financial package through Caterpillar, which is why we use CAT Financial. They’re always cooperative and fair.” Other reasons they continue to add to their Foley CAT inventory can be attributed to reliability and parts availability. “The Cat parts inventory is valuable,” Russ said. Located only 20 to 25 mi. from Foley, he said they rarely have a see R&R page 42


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Compaction Equipment - Combination 2006 CAT CP-323C, S/N: DAR353, 464 Hrs, OROPS ..........................................................$43,000 Compaction Equipment - Padfoot 2003 CAT 815F, S/N: BKL438, STK: RCBKL438, 2571 Hrs, AC ........................................$249,000

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

Compaction Equipment - Smooth Drum 1997 BOMAG BW120AD-3, S/N: 512120, 1371 Hrs, One Owner, Good Shape ..................$12,000 2004 BOMAG BW211D-3, S/N: 901580861, STK: RC80861, 1700 Hrs ..............................$49,000 2010 CAT CB-14, S/N: DTT609, 71 Hrs, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet....................................$24,000 2009 CAT CB64, S/N: DJM112, 1387 Hrs, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..............................$135,000 2006 CAT CB-114, S/N: C2Z139, Beacon, ROPS, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet......................$16,500 2008 CAT CB434D, S/N: CNH970, 731 Hrs, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet..............................$77,000 2007 CAT CB-534D, S/N: C6D174, 1546 Hrs, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ........................$119,000 2006 CAT CS-563E, S/N: ASA1060, 1042 Hrs, A/C ..........................................................$105,000 Crawler Loader 2007 CAT 953C, S/N: BBX3020; 991 Hours; AC, GP Bucket, 2 lever control. From Dealer’s Rental Fleet....................................................................................................................................$145,000 Dozer - Crawler 2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N: MMM239, Stk #: VMMM239, 1,429 Hrs, AC, PAT Blade, System One U/C ............................................................................................................................................$94,000 2008 CAT D3K LGP, S/N: LLL367, 877 Hrs, OROPS, PAT Blade, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ............ ............................................................................................................................................$59,000 2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N: MMM303, 971 Hrs, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..............................$69,00 2008 CAT D6N LGP, S/N: DJY804, 2901 Hrs, A/C, PAT, System One UC, 65% Remaining .............. ..........................................................................................................................................$185,000 2003 CAT D6R DS XL II, AAX175; Stk #: VAAX175; 3,726 Hrs; AC, Ripper Valve, 6SU, New Undercarriage ....................................................................................................................$175,000

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

2006 CAT CS-563E, S/N: ASA1060, 1042 Hrs, A/C .. ..................................................................$105,000

Excavator - Crawler 2009 CAT 314C LCR, S/N: BYJ196, 621 Hrs, AC, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Blade ..................$159,000 2006 CAT 320CL, S/N: PAB5981, Stk #: KPAB5981, 3,408 Hrs ........................................$115,000 2007 CAT 321C LCR, S/N: MCF1082, 1807 Hrs, Tool Control, Coupler, Bkt......................$179,000 2007 CAT 321C LCR, S/N: KCR298, Stk#: KKCR298, 4109 Hrs, AC, Auxiliary Hydraulics$156,000 2009 CAT 321D LCR, S/N: NAS386, 77 Hrs, Tool Control, Coupler, Bkt ..................................CALL 2006 CAT 325C LCR, S/N: BKW446, 2443 Hrs, Aux. Hydraulics, Pin Grabber..................$195,000 2006 CAT 325C LCR, S/N: BKW347, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Pin Grabber, Bucket, Sold “as is, where is” ......................................................................................................................................$139,000 2008 CAT 330DL, S/N: MWP2451, 2365 Hrs, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Coupler, 60” Bkt..............CALL 2006 CAT 330DL, S/N: B6H326, 1757 Hrs, AC, 42” Bkt....................................................$239,000 2010 CAT 336DL, S/N: W3K542, 2181 Hrs, 48” Bkt..........................................................$299,000 Excavator - Wheel 2006 CAT M318C, S/N: H2D446; Stk #: KH2D446; 1,234 Hours ......................................$195,000 Forklift - Telescopic 2011 Genie GTH1056, S/N: GTH1011-14528, New 10,000 lb capacity w/Cab w/Heat and A/C IT Coupler ..............................................................................................................................$116,000 Lift-Personnel 2010 HYDRA PLATFORMS HP35, S/N: 1H9US333SAS196339; 238 Hours; Trailer Mounted 35 foot Bridge Inspection and Work Platform ........................................................................$153,000

Generator Sets 2010 CAT XQ30, S/N: GBE00254; 1,508 Hours; 30kW standby 27kW prime rating - 60hz $24,650 2001 CAT XQ60, 10,505 Hrs, Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..............................................................................................$15,000 2001 CAT XQ105, 5,200 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..............................................................................................$17,000 (2) 2000-2002 CAT XQ125, 7,265-9,120 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..........................................................$22,000 Ea. 1999 CAT XQ225, 11,400 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel......................................................................................$35,000 2005 CAT XQ400, 3,175 Hrs; Mobile diesel generator, self contained UL142 double wall fuel tank, dual voltage, accessory panel ..............................................................................................$80,000 2008 MULTIQUIP DCA125SSJUC, S/N: 8510101; 1,007 Hours; 110KW(137KVA) ULTRA SILENT WHISPERWATT GENERATOR ..............................................................................................$34,985

2003 CAT D6R DS XL II, AAX175; Stk #: VAAX175; 3,726 Hrs; AC, Ripper Valve, 6SU, New Undercarriage ..........................................$175,000

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

Other Equipment 2007 E3000 Ground Heater, S/N 02195, 2,200 Hrs; ground heater with onan generator ..$44,500 Skid Steer 2008 CAT 226B II, S/N MJH12218, 116 Hrs, Cab, Heat, Manual CPL, GP, From Dealer's Rental Fleet......................................................................................................................................$34,000 2007 CAT 236B, S/N: HEN6272, 312 Hrs, Heat, Bkt, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ................$28,000 (2) 2010 CAT 246C, S/N JAY3843, JAY3938 ................................................................$44,000 Ea. (8)2007-2011 CAT 256C, From Dealer's Rental Fleet............................................$32,000-$43,000 (2) 2007 CAT 297C, S/N GCP261, GCP300 ..........................................................$64,000-$69,000 2011 CAT 262C, S/N: MST3772, 33 Hrs, AC, GP Bkt, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..............$46,000 (3 ) 2010 CAT 262C, From Dealer’s Rental Fleet ..................................................$42,000-$51,000 2004 CAT 268B, S/N: LBA321, 3160 Hrs, “AS IS” AC, High Flow, Water Tank, GP ............$27,000 Water Equipment - Truck 2007 GMC TOPKICK C6500, 3,499 Hrs; 2000 Gallon Ledwell Water Truck, Hyd Brakes, Automatic ............................................................................................................................................$49,000 2006 GMC TOPKICK C6500, 1,799 Hrs; 2000 Gallon Ledwell Water Truck ........................$43,500 Wheel Loader 2006 CAT 906, S/N: MER1823, Stk#KMER1823, 3600 Hrs, A/C, Forks, GP........................$58,500 2006 CAT 906, S/N: MER1830, Stk#KMER1830, 3600 Hrs, A/C, Forks, Bucket..................$58,500 2006 CAT 906, S/N: MER1831, Stk#KMER1831, 3600 Hrs, A/C, Forks, Bucket..................$58,500 2008 CAT 928H, S/N: CXK356, STK#VCXK356, 283 Hrs, AC, 3V, Coupler, GP ................$153,000 2006 CAT 938G II, S/N: RTB1892, 1972 Hrs, A/C, 3V, GP Bkt ..........................................$144,000 2009 CAT 938H, S/N MJC407; 3,620 Hrs; AC, 3V, Fusion Cpl, GP, New Tires, From Dealer's Rental Fleet....................................................................................................................................$168,000 2009 CAT 938H, S/N MJC428, Stk #: VMJC428, 1268 Hrs, AC, CPL, No 3V/Ride Control, Good Tires ..................................................................................................................................$204,000 2009 CAT 938H, S/N MJC109; 2066 Hrs; AC, RC, 3V, QC, GP, Forks................................$199,900 2008 CAT 938H, S/N MJC103, Stk #: VMJC103, 1226 Hrs, AC, 3V, CP, GP, Forks, Good Tires ........ ..........................................................................................................................................$209,000 2008 CAT 938H, S/N MJC84; 1923 Hrs; AC, RC, 3V, QC, GP............................................$199,900 2008 CAT 980H, S/N: JMS3420, 4081 Hrs, AGG PACKAGE, TIRES 15% REMAINING ....$335,000 2007 CAT IT14G, S/N: KZN633, 6439 Hrs, A/C, Bucket, New Bias Tires ............................$73,500

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

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PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Serving Contractors, Municipalities, and Industry since 1912 Special pricing good through 12/31/11 –  cash or approved financing Subject to prior sale – Rental purchase not available

Lease Return Combination Deal Including a JD110 Wheel Loader Backhoe and Interstate 12BSTS Trailer 2010 JD110 ..............................$32,900 2006 Interstate 12BSTS Trailer ........$2,100 Package Price ..........................$35,000 5 7 Package Combinations Available - Take Your Pick. • Deere 30MT and 35MT ADT fleet in stock. Low hour, Models 300D & 350D. • Short term and long term competitive rental rates. • Rental Purchase Options available and Lease packages through John Deere Credit. • Call your local Plasterer Salesman. 2003 John Deere 310SG, Unit # 21649 2785 hours, Cab with air, powershift 4x4, extendable backhoe, multi purpose loader bucket, radio, backhoe quick coupler .................... $38,900

2009 John Deere 450DLC Lease Return Excavators, 2100 Hrs, Counterweight Removal Device, 900mm Shoes, 3.9m Arm, 54” Bucket, Two Units Available ................ Price at $245,000 Each 2010 John Deere 135D, Unit# 21578, 198 Hrs, 600M 24” Track w/o Backfill, Boom, One Piece, Arm 3.01M 9’11” w/ Linkage, Mechanical Thumb......$119,400

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

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

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2007 FINLAY 740 TROMMELL, #7776, 1200 HRS ........ ........................................................................$79,500

2003 TAKEUCHI TL130, #7782, CAB AND HEAT .......... ........................................................................$19,500

1997 JOHN DEERE 190E, #7787, 3300 HRS, RUNS GOOD ..............................................................$19,500

2005 TAKEUCHI TL140, #7781, CAB/HEAT/A-C, NEW TRACKS ..........................................................$32,000

2006 NEW HOLLAND TV145, #7788, WITH BOOM MOWER AND 8’ SNOWBLOWER, CLEAN........$79,500

2007 HOLDER, #7736, PLOW/DUMP BODY / SANDER ........................................................................$59,500

2003 SCREEN MACHINE 107D, #7772 ..........$35,000

2006 VOLVO EC45, #7664, CAB AND HEAT .................. ........................................................................$35,000

2006 VOLVO MC110B, #7758, CAB/HEAT ......$25,000

1991 BOMBARDIER BM50, #7739, GREAT SIDE WALK MACHINE..............................................$12,000

2000 FREIGHTLINER WITH STETCO CATCH BASIN CLEANER, #7780, CLEAN ..............................$27,000

2006 PSI MG622 GRADER, #7715, ONLY 1300 HRS .. ........................................................................$58,000


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2007 KOMATSU PC228USLC-3 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR

1997 KOMATSU WA500-1L WHEEL LOADER Cummins M14 Diesel, ROPS Cab w/AC, Heater, Sound Suppression, 29.5R25 XHA Michelins, JRB 6.75 CY General Purpose Bucket, Powershift Transmission, 4 Speeds Forward/Reverse

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$162,500

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2003

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2000

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Family Reflects on Life, Legacy of Pine Bush Equipment’s Dorothy Boniface By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

When Dorothy Boniface passed away on Aug. 8, 2011, at the age of 87, she left behind a legacy of love, strength, and dedication that will continue through the generations. Dorothy Estelle Goldsmith grew up in Philadelphia and was one of four children raised by a single mom. After she graduated from Pine Bush High School in 1941, she married Edward “Ted” Boniface. He was working in Connecticut at the time. “With $4 in their pocket, off they went to married life in Bridgeport,” said daughter Holly Bodnar. “When my dad enlisted into the Navy, they came back to Pine Bush and bought their first home. He left the young mother of two to go fight in World War II. The house was a kind of fixerupper. There was only a manual cold water pump faucet in the kitchen. There was an outhouse, and while my dad was away in the military, mom had to live like that. But as soon as dad got home, he installed water, a water heater and a bathroom right away, so she always kind of joked that she was tougher than he was.” Over the years, the couple had four boys and two girls, eventually followed by 21 grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. Many family members continue to work for the family business. “Mom was extremely devoted to her family,” Steve Boniface said. “When they were working at Pine Bush Equipment, she would leave work at 4 in the afternoon and run home get dinner together so there was a hot homecooked meal, including dessert, on the table. You had to be home for dinner.” Donna Boniface noted that her mother always wanted to make sure that everyone had good memories. Every occasion was an opportunity to celebrate, even if it was just Washington’s birthday. She loved to bring the family together for every holiday, even when Christmas dinner meant 50 people around the table. Her family was very important to her. One of her main goals was to keep them together. Dorothy passed on the love of a celebration with family to her children and grandchildren, as well. “None of us have the energy that she had, but we all have different attributes,” Holly said. “For years, she used to make all of our customers homemade fudge and cookies. Literally hundreds of pounds of candy and cookies would roll out of our house. I don’t know how she could manage it and still come to work. But she made sure that was instilled in all of us. We still make her popcorn balls at Christmastime, we still do fudge, and we still bake cookies. We still get together, and we find occasions to bring our family and our customers and our friends together. We see that in the grandchildren and how they bring their friends and their family…they’re just as involved as she was.” In addition to family, a good work ethic was very important to Dorothy. “When they started Pine Bush Equipment, my mother ran the business,” said Donna “She was there every day, and she worked hard. She was the bookkeeper, she was the parts, and service manager…she ran the business, while Dad was on the road selling equipment. When Dad was in the excavation business, she would go out and drive the dump truck,

and she’d have three or four of us in the cab with her while she ran the dump truck.” Holly noted that she loved watching her mother work, and that there was nothing that she wouldn’t take on or try. “If she decided that she was going to do it, she would do it,” she said. “She would get up at the crack of dawn, and she’d be up until the wee hours of the morning. She was just not afraid to take on anything. She also did collections for PBE, and that was her biggest claim to fame. It is what the customers will remember her best for. She wasn’t afraid to get up at 4 in the morning and call customers, because when they were sleepy they were more honest or to drive out to their home or catch them on the job site. You knew where you stood with her — she didn’t pull any punches. She was extremely honest, and she expected people to be honest with her.” Holly also noted that her mother could go toe-to-toe with any man in a man’s world. “For a woman to be in a construction equipment distributorship and be so involved and engaged and have that kind of respect was unusual,” she said. “At the same time, this tough as nails business woman would stop and pick you up in her arms when you had a boo-boo or take the time in the middle of the night to make you a costume for school. She was so well-rounded. There wasn’t anything she couldn’t do or handle. She was definitely way ahead of her time.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Dorothy and Ted Boniface on their wedding day in August 1941.

The family was all together to celebrate Dorothy Boniface’s 80th birthday party.


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Pine Bush Equipment Co, Inc.

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East PBE, Inc.

97 Route 302 Pine Bush, NY 12566

24 Sybil Court Holmes, NY 12531

283 Pane Road Newington, CT

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

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1996 CASE 580L BACKHOE LOADER, STK# B06587C, S/N JJG0198108, 5189 HRS, RUNS GOOD, READY TO WORK, CALL EAST PBE! ........$24,500

1990 KOMATSU PC90-1, STK# E05832, S/N A5001, 7798 HRS, EXCAVATOR W/MANUAL COUPLER & 32” BKT, CALL PINE BUSH! ......................$22,000 ATTACHMENTS 8’ DOZER BLADE FOR A SKID STEER, STK# A05745C............POR COMPACTOR 1991 REX SP848PD, STK# R05266X, S/N 8PHX1090, 2609 HRS, COMPACTOR, SHEEPS FEET, CALL PINE BUSH! ................$15,000 EXCAVATORS 2004 CATERPILLAR 303CR, STK# E06504, S/N A01594, 2420 HRS, EXCAVATOR W/OROPS & BLADE, CALL PINE BUSH! ............ ............................................................................................$20,500 HITACHI EX160LC, STK# E05537, S/N 13K002376, 6700 HRS, EXC. W/BKT & THUMB, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................$42,000 1990 KOMATSU PC90-1, STK# E05832, S/N A5001, 7798 HRS, EXCAVATOR W/MANUAL COUPLER & 32” BKT, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................................................................$22,000 2004 KOMATSU PC160LC-7, STK# E04518, S/N K40241, 4096 HRS, 16'11" BOOM, 8'7" ARM, PATTERN CHANGE VALVE, THUMB, 36" BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................................$60,000 KOMATSU PC200LC-7, STK# E06520, S/N C50888, 3600 HOURS, 42” BUCKET & COUPLER, CALL PINE BUSH! ....................$85,000 2006 KOMATSU PC200LC-8, STK# E05414C, S/N C60292, 4234 HRS, ESCO 42" BUCKET, MACHINE WELL MAINTAINED, GOOD CONDITION, CALL EAST PBE!............................................$94,500 1996 SAMSUNG SE210W-2, STK# E06260, S/N GAY1055, 6200 HOURS, RUBBER TIRE EXCAVATOR, HAMMER BRACKET, BLADE, OUT RIGGERS, CALL PINE BUSH!......................................$33,500

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

8’ DOZER BLADE FOR A SKID STEER, STK# A05745C CALL EAST PBE POR

MINI EXCAVATORS 2008 KUBOTA KX121-3ST3, STK# E06261, S/N 70255, 1516 HOURS, EXCAVATOR, FULL CAB, A/C, COUPLER & THUMB, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$35,900 2009 KUBOTA KX161-3, STK# E05063, S/N 70332, 510 HRS, CAB, RADIO, ANGLE BLADE, COUPLER, THUMB, 24" BUCKET, RUBBER TRACKS, CALL PINE BUSH! ................................$52,000 2003 KUBOTA U35-1, STK# E06243, S/N 20381, CALL PINE BUSH!..................................................................................$24,400 TAKEUCHI TB135, STK# E06394, S/N 13511240, 3030 HRS, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$14,500 CRAWLER DOZERS 1986 DEERE 455E, STK# D06696, 3900 HOURS, S/N 724701, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................$12,000 1994 DRESSER TD7H, STK# D05581C, S/N P025643, 3471 HOURS, RECENT BOTTOM, GOOD RUNNING CONDITION, CALL EAST PBE! ..........................................................................$17,900 1974 FIATALLIS 12GB, STK# C05742X, S/N 96Y02889, 3YD. CRAWLER LOADER, CALL PINE BUSH!................................$8,500 KOMATSU D31A-17, STK# D06532, 8556 HOURS, S/N 32893, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................$12,000 KOMATSU D85E-17, STK# D04590X, S/N 26682, 5298 HRS, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$45,000

2000 KOBELCO SK290LC EXCAVATOR, STK#E06484C, S/N LB03U0142, 13,124 HRS, CALL EAST PBE! ..........................................................$32,500

1998 KOMATSU WA120-3, STK# W06766, S/N A30020, 6680 HOURS, NO BUCKET OR COUPLER, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................POR

LOADER BACKHOES CASE 580SL, STK# B06587C, 5189 HOURS, S/N JJG0198108, RUNS GOOD, READY TO WORK, CALL EAST PBE!............$24,500 1997 CASE 580L, STK# B06304, S/N JJG0235103, 4WD, CALL PINE BUSH! ........................................................................$33,500 CASE 580SM, STK# B06531, 7800 HOURS, S/N JJG0280887, 4X4, FULL CAB, EXTENDAHOE, CALL PINE BUSH! ............$31,000 1998 DEERE 310E, STK# B06695, 3887 HOURS, S/N 848148, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................$27,500 EARTHFORCE EF4, STK# B06299, 1183 HOURS, S/N 412190, OPEN ROPS, SKID STEER COUPLER, 12” BACKHOE BUCKET, CALL PINE BUSH! ..............................................................$11,000 FORD 555E, STK# B05192, S/N 031004825, 3821 HRS, S/N 031004825, BACKHOE LOADER, CAB, HEAT, EXTENDAHOE, SIDE DUMP BKT, CALL PINE BUSH!............................................$21,000 2006 NEW HOLLAND LB75B, STK# B06480X, S/N 031033871, 3712 HRS, CALL PINE BUSH! ............................................$38,000 MOTOR GRADER 2000 LEEBOY 635B, STK# G05929, S/N 143, 300 HOURS, MOTOR GRADER, CALL PINE BUSH! ................................$23,900 TELESCOPIC BOOM LIFT 1999 GROVE AMZ50XT, STK# J04288X, S/N M48623, ALL WHEEL DRIVE, COMBINATION PROPANE-GASOLINE, CALL PINE BUSH!.... ............................................................................................$12,000

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OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCKS 1996 MOXY MT30X, STK# H04588X, S/N 353574, CALL PINE BUSH!..................................................................................$39,000 SCREENING PLANT 1984 RAWSON 38242, STK# C06510X, S/N 82084, SCREENING PLANT W/CONVEYOR, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................$25,000 SKID STEERS BOBCAT S185, STK# S05928, S/N 525011021, TURBO SKIDSTEER, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........................................$16,500 2004 BOBCAT T190, STK# S06144C, S/N 527011546, 1757 HRS, CAB, HI-FLOW, CALL EAST PBE!........................................$22,900 1999 CAT 236, STK# S06444, 338 HRS, CALL PINE BUSH! ............ ............................................................................................$15,000 2006 NEW HOLLAND LS160, STK# S06479X, S/N LNO91879, 679 HRS, CALL PINE BUSH!......................................................$15,000 WHEEL LOADERS 2003 CAT 980G, S/N W06508CX, 11,970 HRS, FULL CAB W/HEAT & AIR CONDITIONING, 7 1/2 YD. GP BUCKET, L-5 TIRES (FIRESTONE), GOOD CONDITION, READY TO WORK, CALL EAST PBE!.. ..........................................................................................$129,000 1998 KOMATSU WA120-3, STK# W06766, S/N A30020, 6680 HOURS, NO BUCKET OR COUPLER, CALL PINE BUSH! ..........POR


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2006 Link-Belt 248H5, 200’ Boom, 10’ & 20’ Tube Jib Exts, 30’ 2-pc Tube Jib, Upper Ctwt, 15T Swivel Hkball, 110-Ton 4-Shv Hkblk, stk3706 ...... ................................................................$895,000

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

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

2010 National 13110A, No Jib, 110’ Boom, 18’8” Wood Deck w/Wings, 2011 Int’l IH7500, 60,000 GVW, Backup Alarm, ICC Safety Kit, Calibration for Jib, stk6171 ............................................$POR

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

2000 National 568D, 68’+41’, SFO, 20’ Wood Bed, Hyd Capacity Alert, A2B, Rear ASH Outriggers, GMC C70, Cat 3126B, Air Brakes, 6-Speed, stk6650......................................$44,500

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

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

2007 Link-Belt 108H5, 100’ Boom, Pile Driver Attachment, Boom Folding Equipment, 40T 4-Shv Hkblk, 8.5T Swvl Hkball, 36” Track Shoes, A/C, 10,000 lb. “B” Counterweight, 1 Upr & 2 Lwr Ctwts, stk4434........................................$399,500

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

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

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


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Trevor Wehage Crowned New Holland Skid Steer Champ

Trevor Wehage, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, earned the title of North American Skid Steer Champion. He defeated more than 30 compact equipment operators in the United States and Canada in a series of skill-testing challenges using a New Holland 200 Series skid steer loader.

New Holland Construction announced that Trevor Wehage, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, earned the title of North American Skid Steer Champion. Wehage, who works for Don Wehage & Sons Trucking & Excavating Ltd. in Saskatoon, defeated more than 30 of the most talented compact equipment operators in the United States and Canada in a series of skill-testing challenges using a New Holland 200 Series skid steer loader. The championship event took place during the 2011 GIE+EXPO show in Louisville, Ky. The field consisted of more than 2,000 participants who competed in New Holland Construction Super Boom Road Show events across the United States and Canada this year. Wehage, who has operated equipment similar to skid steer loaders for 14 years, came in first place with a winning time of 00:21.10. Along with the crown, owner/operator Wehage earned the grand prize of a New Holland Construction 200 Series skid steer loader — valued at $35,000 — plus a leather jacket and a commemorative scale model of a New Holland 200 Series skid steer loader. Coming in at a close second place in the competition was Thomas Mellott, Mercersburg, Pa., with a time of 00:21.81. Mellott, who works for Ken-Mel Farm in Mercersburg, earned a $2,500 cash prize, a leather jacket and a commemorative scale model of a New Holland 200 Series skid steer loader for himself, and a $2,500 parts and service reward card for his company. Third place in the competition went to owner/operator Christopher Howlett, Marietta, N.Y., with a time of 00:23.53. Howlett, who works for C.D. Howlett in Marietta, earned a $1,250 cash prize, a leather jacket and a commemorative scale model of a New Holland 200 Series skid steer loader. The North American Skid Steer Championship event completes the year-long celebration of the launch of the New Holland Construction 200 Series skid steer loaders. “The New Holland Construction North American Skid Steer Championship competition demonstrated the advantages of our new 200 Series skid steers. This includes outstanding control, easy attachment changes, precise maneuverability, superior visibility and best-inclass dump height and reach,” said Dave December,

Thomas Mellott, Mecersburg, Pa., finished second in the New Holland North American Skid Steer Championship with a time of 00:21.81.

Third place in the New Holland North American Skid Steer Championship went to owner/operator Christopher Howlett, Marietta, N.Y., with a time of 00:23.53.

New Holland Construction marketing manager. “New Holland Construction skid steer operators like Wehage, Mellott and Howlett are pros,” December said. “They do everything from material handling and landscaping to grading, plowing and digging. The New Holland Construction North American Skid Steer Championship event gave all semi-finalists a chance to operate the newest New Holland Construction equipment and put their skills to the test on a national stage.” New Holland Construction’s leadership in the skid steer loader category began in 1972 with the introduction of the L35 — the industry’s first skid steer loader with roll-over protective structures (ROPS) and a vertical lift boom system. Since then, New Holland Construction has produced more than 200,000 skid steer loaders for customers in the landscaping, agricultural and construction markets. (L-R): Dave December, marketing manager, New Holland Construction and Jim Hasler, vice president of CNH Construction, North America, congratulate Christopher Howlett for placing third in the New Holland North American Skid Steer Championship.

Events Benefit Local American and Canadian Red Cross Chapters The New Holland Construction Super Boom Road Show events also provided fundraising and volunteer opportunities with local chapters of the American Red Cross and the Canadian Red Cross. At each event, local Red Cross chapter representatives were on site to generate awareness of local activities and recruit volunteers. New Holland Construction made a $500 contribution to each Red Cross chapter that participated in the Super Boom Road Show events. During the championship award ceremony, New Holland Construction donated an additional $2,500 to the American Red Cross Louisville Area chapter. To date, New Holland Construction and its dealers have donated more than $29,000 to the Red Cross through the Super Boom Road Show events. “New Holland Construction is in a unique position to support the efforts of local Red Cross chapters, like the American Red Cross Louisville Area chapter, across the United States and Canada,” December said. “The Super Boom Road Show gave New Holland Construction deal(L-R): Jim Hasler, vice president of CNH Construction, North ers and customers an opportunity to make a difference in America, poses with the top three finishers of the New Holland North American Skid Steer Championship: Trevor their communities — in addition to the causes they curWehage, champion; Thomas Mellott, second place; and rently support.” For more information, visit www.newholland.com. Christopher Howlett, third place.


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

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

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

CRAWLER LOADERS

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

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

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


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Kemper Equipment Holds Demo for ARTBA Names 2011 RoadMixer 10 in Honey Brook, Pa. P3 Entrepreneurs,

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emper Equipment held a RoadMixer10 demo Nov. 17 in Honey Brook, Pa. The demo was held to introduce contractors, municipal employees, township supervisors, roadmasters and road crews not only to the equipment but also the concept. This RoadMixer supplies hot asphalt material on the site — anywhere and anytime — in the required amounts. The RoadMixer 10 is the flagship unit in the RoadMixer Series of mobile volumetric hot mix asphalt mixing and

delivery systems. The machine provides the ability to produce hot mix asphalt from raw materials carried onboard or from materials on the job site. The RoadMixer 10 is designed specifically for road repair contractors, providing new opportunities by increasing capabilities and lowering overall maintenance costs. Among its features and benefits, the RoadMixer 10 can: • Eliminate multiple temporary repairs; • Provide winter season permanent

repairs; • Reduce road closure time by providing single, permanent repairs; • Reduce hauling time to and from the asphalt plant; • Reduce waiting time; • Provide a smoother finish from custom, consistent mixes; • Offer repair in demand by providing contractors with the unique ability to respond to emergency repairs on short notice without the need for temporary measures, and more. For more information, visit www.kemperequipment.com and www.roadmixer.com.

Professional crews repair a hole with material from the RoadMixer.

(L-R): Lyn Kemper, CEO of Kemper Equipment; Stu Gamble, sales manager of Hot Mix Mobile; and Greg Donecker, president of Kemper Equipment stand in front of the RoadMixer 10 during Kemper Equipment’s recent demo event featuring the machine in Honey Brook, Pa.

RoadMixer: Specs at a Glance • Overall Capacity: 10-ton (9 t) capacity based on 54,000 GVW chassis. • Production Rate: 3-9 tons (2.7 to 8.2 t) per hour (TPH). Variable rate dependent on aggregate moisture content. • Burner Fuel Type: #2 fuel oil or diesel. Accepts either fuel for operator convenience. • Hot Mix Asphalt Type: Fine mix or binder mix one fine mix, One coarse mix. Available two customizable mixes per customer specifications. • Number of Material Bins: 3 one sand (required); Two stone — Variable multi-aggregate bins for fine or coarse material. • Liquid Asphalt Capacity: 114 gal. (431 L) liquid capacity based on U.S. hazardous material specifications. Haz placard not required. • Other: On-board melt system designed to work with flexibagged, solid asphalt cement.

A roller compacts fresh hot asphalt.

Projects of the Year Two individuals and two organizations were recognized Nov. 15 for their outstanding contributions to the advancement of Public Private Partnerships (P3s) within the transportation construction industry at the American Road and Transportation Builders Association’s (ARTBA) 23rd Annual P3 Conference, held Nov. 14 to 16 in Washington, D.C. ARTBA’s P3 Awards program spotlights the projects and people bringing together private and public resources to help meet the nation’s critical transportation infrastructure needs. Applicants were judged by members of ARTBA’s P3 Division in these categories: The “P3 Entrepreneur of the Year Award” is given to one public sector official and one private sector person for their involvement in promoting the use of P3s: • Jordi Graells, president, Abertis USA — Graells was recognized for his leadership in negotiating the PR-22 and PR-5 Toll Concessions in Puerto Rico. The firm partnered with Goldman Sachs to submit the winning $1.4 billion bid to operate and maintain the highways and toll facilities for the next 40 years. • Kome Ajise, P3 program manager, Caltrans — Ajise was honored for his leadership in managing Caltrans’ P3 office, his role in the Presidio Parkway project and his nearly 25-year career in the public sector advancing transportation infrastructure projects. The “P3 Project of the Year Award” recognizes innovative projects that serve as an example of successful cooperation between the public and private sectors. The judging resulted in a tie vote: • Denver Regional Transportation District (Denver RTD) — The Denver RTD was recognized for its role in the $2.1 billion FasTracks Eagle P3, the largest transit project in the nation to utilize a full Design-Build-Finance-OperateMaintain procurement. The FasTracks project consists of three rail corridors and adds 122 mi. of rail and bus rapid transit to Denver’s existing system that will connect downtown with Denver International Airport. • Puerto Rico P3 Authority — The group was recognized for securing the PR-22 and PR-5 toll road deals. It signed a 40-year highway concession with the Autopistas Metroplitanas de Puerto Rico consortium to privately operate and maintain the existing routes. The Puerto Rico P3 Authority developed a strategy for successfully implementing the P3 model and built support for the projects through a large-scale public relations campaign. ARTBA’s P3 Conference is the nation’s leading summit on innovative transportation finance, attended by hundreds of industry executives, public officials and investment firm representatives each year.

Visit CEG’s Web Site at Contractors can control material out of the mixer into the hole, bucket or, in this case, an asphalt distributor compliments of Zimmerman Paving.

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Founder Sees ‘No Limit’ to Safety Improvements on Bridges SENSOR from page 1

explained Kalantari. “I was researching what applications I could use low-power wireless technology in and I felt that bridges were in need of more technology to monitor their health.” Kalantari began the project in 2005. His goal was to make the sensors affordable to install in both new and existing bridges. During the course of his research, Kalantari and the rest of the country watched the aftermath of the I-35W Mississippi River Bridge collapse in Minneapolis. “When I heard the news, I felt regretful. The collapse could have been prevented with the use of technology and real time monitoring of the bridge,” Kalantari said. In 1990, and again in 2005, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Bridge Inventory gave the bridge a rating of “structurally deficient,” citing problems with corroded bearings and stress cracking. Though measures were taken to improve the bridge, I-35W continued to rank near the bottom of federal inspection ratings nationwide. With the Resensys bridge health monitoring system, future collapses can be prevented by providing constant real-time data that

measures strain, acceleration, moisture and humidity, crack activity and growth, tilt and inclination, and temperature at critical points of the bridge, according to the company.

bridges in Maryland will be equipped with the new sensor technology. “The sensor system is very costeffective for both new and existing bridges because there is no difference in the installation process,” explained The Sensors Kalantari. The Resensys products include A typical bridge that measures 656 SenSpot, SeniMax and SenScope. to 984 ft. (200 to 300 m) would use 30 SenSpot is an ultra low-power sensor to 40 sensors. With the SeniMax data that uses RF and ambient light to funcbox and the SenScope software, the tion (a battery-powered version is availsystem would cost approximately able for areas where there is no light.) $10,000. The number of sensors is very The installation is fast and easy, with litbridge specific and depends on the tle to no intrusion to the structure. It is The Maryland Department of Transportation is number of components that need to be 20 SenSpot sensors to monitor about half of monitored. guaranteed to run for 20 years, although using the I-495 Capital Beltway NW Branch Bridge. Kalantari said that 30 years is typical. It Kalantari has not yet approached is approximately 2 by 2 in. (5 by 5 cm) any states other than Maryland with his in size and has a free space communication The software also has customizable alert lev- new technology, but has presented the inforels and can perform a severity assessment of mation to Federal Highway Administration range of .8 mi. (1.3 km.) The SenSpot transmits real time informa- structural integrity issues. SenScope is able for future recommendation. tion to the SeniMax. This solar-powered to simultaneously monitor multiple struc“There is no limit to what we could device can collect data from up to 1,000 tures and offers data archiving for visualiza- achieve in bridge safety and preservation on SenSpot sensors. SeniMax uses cellular data tion of historical data of each structure. bridges worldwide.” services to transmit data of SenSpot sensors For more information, visit www.resenResensys in Action to a server, where it is stored and archived. sys.com. The Resensys system was put into play SenScope is a software program designed (This story also can be found on to retrieve data from the server and analyze about 14 months ago on the I-495 Capital Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at it for detecting structural issues. It offers real Beltway NW Branch Bridge. By the end of www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) time visualization and structural diagnostics. 2011, Kalantari estimates that three to four CEG

Deere 4Q Profit Up 46 Percent on Strong Sales By Josh Funk AP BUSINESS WRITER

Deere & Co. said strong sales of its farm equipment helped boost its fourth-quarter profit by 46 percent and said it expects robust demand will lead to further growth next year. The quarterly results beat Wall Street expectations, and Deere shares rose more than 3 percent in afternoon trading. The Moline, Ill., company said Nov. 23 that equipment sales were up 20 percent in the quarter. That included 14 percent sales growth in the United States and Canada, and 31 percent growth in the rest of the world outside those two countries. The sales growth helped Deere generate net income of $670 million, or $1.62 per share, for the three months ended Oct. 31, up from $457 million, or $1.07 per share, a year ago. Revenue grew 20 percent to $8.6 billion from $7.2 billion a year ago. Both sales volume and equipment prices increased. Analysts surveyed by FactSet

expected earnings of $1.43 per share on revenue of $7.91 billion. Deere said equipment sales will increase about 15 percent in fiscal 2012 and profit will grow to $3.2 billion from $2.8 billion in fiscal 2011. “We are proud of the company’s performance in 2011 and look forward to building on these gains in 2012 and beyond,” Chairman and CEO Samuel Allen said in a statement. “We have great confidence in the company’s future and our role in helping feed, clothe and shelter the world’s growing population.” Deere’s report offers an indication of how well farmers worldwide are doing because the company is the world’s largest maker of agricultural equipment. Deere said it expects farmers to have another good year in 2012 because the demand for agricultural commodities remains strong. Deere said it expects net U.S. farm income will decline slightly from 2011’s projected $115.7 billion to roughly $109.2 billion in 2012. “I think overall they are betting on a strong farm economy,” Edward Jones analyst Jeff Windau said.

Rising steel and administrative costs may be a bit of a concern for investors, Windau said, but Deere’s recent results have been great. “It’s an outstanding quarter and a great forecast,” Windau said. Deere has been rolling out new products throughout 2011 to comply with new federal pollution regulations. As part of that, Deere has increased prices for most of its equipment, but its R&D costs have also risen considerably. Credit Suisse analyst Jamie Cook said in a research note that’s it’s hard to criticize Deere’s fourth-quarter performance, and the company’s profit outlook for 2012 is more optimistic than expected. During the fourth quarter, about 41 percent of Deere’s net sales came from outside the United States and Canada. To help meet the growing demand, Deere announced plans in 2011 to build new manufacturing plants in Brazil, China and India to better serve customers in those countries as well as expansion projects at several of its existing plants. Deere’s total employment has

grown about 10 percent over the past year. Just over half of Deere’s 61,000 employees are based in the United States. Spokesman Ken Golden said the number of U.S. jobs is up about 9 percent in 2011 while jobs outside America have grown by about 11 percent. Jefferies & Co. analyst Stephen Volkmann told clients that Deere’s guidance for fiscal 2012 is more optimistic overall. He said the outlook includes a $500 million increase in raw material costs and a 10 percent increase in research and development expenses. For all of Deere’s fiscal 2011, the company reported net income of $2.8 billion, or $6.63 per share. That’s 50 percent higher than the previous year’s $1.87 billion, or $4.35 per share. In addition to agricultural equipment, Deere makes construction and forestry equipment, such as backhoes, excavators, riding mowers and leaf blowers. But construction and forestry sales represent a small portion of Deere’s business compared to its agricultural equipment.

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Leighton A. White Finds Success With Rototilt Attachments Dale White, president of Leighton A. White, said he only gives the best to his customers. In the case of his current workload, the best comes in the form of a Rototilt attachment, of which he has five. A hydraulic attachment/tool, which can be used on most excavators and backhoes between 3 and 30 tons (2.7 and 27 t), Rototilt combines side tilt, rotation and a hydraulic quick coupler in one package, allowing a bucket or other attachment to be rotated and tilted at the same time. This makes it easier to operate around or under obstacles, and for any type of ground contouring. “The Rototilt has the capabilities of doing from a $1,000 job to a million dollar job,” White said. Dale White bought his first Rototilt in 2004 from Chappell Tractor Sales and has been keeping it busy ever since. Typical applications include excavating and backfilling, as well as pipe installations (water, sewer and drainage). “Because the bucket rotates 360 degrees for backfilling purposes it allows you to use

a lot less material because you can be extra precise with your bucket. “Also, when you install catch-basins or man-hole structures your footprint is a lot smaller with the Rototilt because you can literally tightly dig and rotate right around the basin itself, which allows for less backfilling and a less-disturbed area.” White said using the Rototilt also extends the life expectancy of his heavy equipment “because you aren’t moving and operating the machine so much — you’re using the bucket which has a 360 degree rotation and a 40 degree side tilt.” On the Job Leighton A. White is using a model RT60 Rototilt on an LBX 225 MSR excavator at its materials yard in Milford, N.H. Currently, the Rototilt is processing approximately 100 cu. yds. (76.5 cu m) per hour with the Rototilt/LBX 225 MSR combination, depending upon the material. “The RT60 makes screening loam a lot easier as well because you can weed out all

(L-R) are Dale White, president; Tom Parent, operator; Joel Hart, operator; and Kenny Goodine, foreman, all of Leighton A. White.

of the rocks without it going through the machine,” said White. “It even saves from wear and tear on the excavator bucket because the Rototilt is much gentler. “The machine doesn’t have to be square with the bucket because [operator Joe Ellis] can turn it from inside the cab, which also saves prep time because you can turn it any angle you want,” said White. “The agility of digging around pipes is terrific,” White added. “It cuts down labor time immensely.” “The Rototilt is very easy to use,” said Ellis. “Once you get the hang of it, it’s like second nature. You don’t even think about it. “Sometimes when you’re digging normally you might miss two feet, but with this attachment you can just swivel the bucket around from every angle. It has a high power quick hydraulic disconnect, so you can switch from one bucket to another in less than two minutes. The attachment is also great for installing walls or loading stumps because you can load and twist the Rototilt to do whatever you want it to,” Ellis said. At a residential site in Milford, N.H., Leighton A. White is using the model RT40 Rototilt on a Takeuchi 1140 excavator to replace a failed septic system “Your conventional excavator only digs one way. However, here we’re digging perpendicular to the truck because the bucket can rotate a full 360 degrees. This eliminates the use of one machine,” White said. “Working on a side slope like this could Joe Ellis, operator of Leighton A. White, uses the RT60 to screen loam at the materials yard in Milford, N.H.

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Ease of Use, Less Wear on Buckets Impress Rototilt User ROTOTILT from page 30 Roger and Kent Chappell, founders of potentially cause tremendous erosions, espeChappell Tractor Sales. cially with rain; however, we have been able “Chappell Tractor is the old-fashioned to keep everything intact. The excavator is dealer. They are straightforward,” said Dale able to sit in just one position and work since White. “They always sell you what you need the bucket can move in whichever direction and not what they want. They have a great and whatever angle you need it to. The product line and put a lot of time and effort machine [excavator] doesn’t cause any daminto making sure its quality products and age to the ground or lose the integrity of the their manufacturers and distributors stand slope,” said White. behind the products.” “When you have a Rototilt you don’t have “Over the years, we have purchased a lot to deal with handwork,” said Kenny of great equipment from Chappell,” he Goodine, Leighton A. White foreman. “It’s added. like you have another person right next to Chappell Tractor Sales has been a Rototilt you with a shovel. The Rototilt can dig right dealer for a number of years and has been around any object in a circle like a catch actively promoting the product line, which is basin, etc. a completely new concept to most cus“The damage to the existing utilities is tomers. It stocks parts at its headquarters in greatly lessened because with this you can Milford, as well as its store in Brentwood, maneuver around existing pipes and/or utiliN.H. ties and do a lot of dig work that is already in the ground,” said Goodine. Indexator On a job site in Merrimack, N.H., Flip Henry, sales manager of Chappell Leighton A. White is building a retention Flip Henry (L), sales manager of Chappell Tractor Sales, stands with Dale White, Tractor Sales, and Dale White both have wall using the model RT40 Rototilt on a president of Leighton A. White. open communications with Indexator Inc., Hyundai 140-9 wheeled excavator. Operator Jon Vinje needed a little convincing to start using day. You gain almost three hours a day, 30 percent more the North American operations for Rototilt, located in time, labor wise just using this attachment [depending on Ontario, Canada. the Rototilt. “I didn’t want to run it at first, but once you get use to it, function]. It frees up laboring, which saves costs. There is “Rick Gordon, operations manager and Gerry Mallory, it really is very easy to do. It took me about one week to learn just a huge efficiency factor involved.” general manager from Indexator Inc. have done an excellent how to run the Rototilt and I would not operate an excavator job with getting us the equipment and they’ve done a great Working With Chappell Tractor Sales again without one. It is great for working around and under job with getting us parts overnight if Chappell Tractor Sales Leighton A. White has been working with Chappell didn’t have them in-stock at the time,” said White. obstacles,” he said. Added Chris Mackie, job site foreman, “There are days Tractor Sales since 1978, according to Dale White. In the when the Rototilt can make things a third more efficient per beginning, White’s father, Leighton, worked with George, About Leighton A. White Leighton A. White Inc. offers complete sitework services, primarily commercial work with some residential and civil work (maintaining roadways). It specializes in commercial, industrial and municipal sitework, construction and maintenance of communications sites (maintain cellular towers) as well as specialty services including athletic field construction and maintenance. Leighton A. White established his company, Leighton A. White Inc., in Milford, N.H., in 1978. Dale White started working for his father Leighton full time in 1981. The company consists of approximately 22 employees, including office staff. Leighton A. White Inc. predominantly does jobs in southern New Hampshire, but it has done work in the other five New England States as well. For more information on Leighton A. White Inc., call 603/673-2294 or visit www.leightonawhite.com. For more information about Chappell Tractor Sales, call 800/698-2640 or visit www.chappelltractor.com. For more information about Indexator, call 519-754-2195 or visit www.indexator.us. (Editor’s note: This article originally appeared The Rototilt and a Takeuchi 1140 excavator teamed up to replace a failed septic system at a residential job site in Milford, N.H. in the New England state supplement.) CEG


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A Caterpillar paver prepares to work on Jackson Avenue.

Workers remove old pavement on Jackson Avenue.

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project. The town of Oyster Bay had one large meeting to which the entire community of Syosset was invited. They also had smaller meetings with special interest groups; for example, all of the utilities were invited to one meeting. There was another meeting with the schools in the area along with the fire department and the men’s group that sponsors the Memorial Day Parade. Some of the concerns of all these groups overlapped. “We knew they would be very site-specific with what their concerns were,” said Phyllis A. Barry, public information officer of the town of Oyster Bay. “We didn’t want them in that big community group when there was concern about ‘my tree’ or ‘my dog running out in front of a truck’. The meetings, especially the smaller ones, were very effective, as people were very pleased to get into that kind of a setting and have their concerns addressed. “An engineer gave a presentation with visuals showing what would happen, what the flow would be and after the presentation we opened it up to questions. After the formal part of the meeting ended, we had engineers off on the side with the actual plans and people could see their actual house and ask specific questions such as ‘what’s going to happen here?’ ‘I live here and how will this impact me?’ We were able to give individual attention as well.” That individual attention helped things run smoothly. For instance, at the meeting with the schools, it was learned that one of the schools has a break between their regular session and their summer school. The contractor made a note of that and agreed to try to get the curbs in during that three-week break. For churches in the affected area,

there is a number to call for scheduled weddings so the route for the procession is cleared to ensure there are no obstacles. The idea was to set up the lines of communication with the businesses, churches and schools so they have contact people and a comfort level so that if something comes up there is somebody there for them. Once the contract was awarded, all of the utilities, the cable company and everybody had to come in and move their equipment from the old poles to the new poles, which are set back. Once pictures of the new poles were taken and shown to residents, people realized the extent to which the actual widening would happen. Work on the curbs went from south to north as work proceeded. A lot of big old trees were taken down because of the project. But there will be trees going up in front of the homes where residents request them. Homeowners can request more than one at no charge. “We now have a list of trees that are sidewalk friendly and also wire friendly,” said Barry. “They grow to no more than 26 feet in height and do not cause the issues with overhead wires or sidewalks as with the older trees.” In the midst of work on the project, Hurricane Irene added to the challenges workers were already dealing with. The town lost 700 trees due to rain, wind and flooding from the storm. Four of the trees lost were ones that the project along Jackson Ave. had slated to be preserved. Some sections of curbing already completed also had to be redone in the wake of Irene. The project involved installing new storm water drainage pipe, cleaning the existing stormwater drainage, rebuilding some of the catch basins and constructing new ones as needed. Curbs, aprons and handicapped

ramps were added and updated. The entire stretch of road also has sidewalks, as before, there were stretches where there were no sidewalks — where the lawns of some houses came right down to the street. Another part of the project involved putting in stamped concrete crosswalks by Railroad Avenue, Ira Road and Convent Road, just south of the LIRR tracks. Decorative lighting and a brick tabor sidewalk were added in this area to match what is being planned for the north side of the LIRR tracks. The plan is to carry this arrangement from one side of the tracks to the other so that there is continuity in this business area. Landscaping and signal lights in the crosswalks will be included. The town of Oyster Bay will not be paving the road north of the tracks as it belongs to Nassau County. “The county is actually talking about doing a mill and fill on their portion of Jackson Avenue north of the train tracks,” said Barry. Three million dollars for the project came from Nassau County. The remainder is from the town of Oyster Bay’s capital. The road is now owned by town of Oyster Bay for perpetuity, whereas before it was owned by Nassau County. The contractor is Carlo Lizza and Sons Paving Inc. John Keeling is project manager on the job and Emilo Tanzillo, superintendent. As the work started, traffic congestion was viewed as the main challenge on this project, according to Keeling. “But what we found was that this hasn’t been as big of an issue as we thought. The concrete work went straightforward and all barrier setups went smoothly. “We had 8 to 10 on our concrete crew, four engineers on the job, eight laborers and an average of 8 to 10 road workers per day.

Two state-certified MPTs (Maintenance Protection of Traffic) workers were on-site too.” Equipment on the project included a Case crawler excavator, John Deere 410J tractor loader backhoe, John Deere 595D rubbertired excavator, Volvo rubber-tired excavator, Roadtec RX-900 cold planer milling machine, Komatsu crawler excavator, Bobcat skid steer loader and a Cat asphalt paving machine. All of the equipment was supplied by the contractor. The town of Oyster Bay is involved from the standpoint of overseeing the work on this job. It has a project manager, Daniel Midgette, with the town’s highway division, on the job site on a daily basis. The project is being administered by the town of Oyster Bay highway department. Highway Commissioner Richard T. Betz has assigned Midgette to oversee daily operations. The contract bid was just under $3.9 million, and the contract length is 18 months. “Of course with any job, the contractors would love to get it done sooner; if we have an easy winter we’ll probably come in ahead of schedule,” said Barry. “But if we have a winter like that of 2010-11 they’ll need that full 18 months.” In the end all the advanced planning, communications and discussion has paid off. This construction job slated to be completed in October 2012 has actually ended up finishing up far ahead of schedule despite a late summer visit by Hurricane Irene. It should now be completed — barring anymore late season hurricanes — far ahead of schedule in December 2011. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Employment Rises in 25 States, Volvo Rents Names Tavianini D.C., Throughout October New Veep of Sales, Marketing EMPLOYMENT from page 1

Georgia experienced the steepest decline in percentage and total (minus 9.5 percent, minus 13,800 jobs). New Mexico was second-worst in percentage terms (minus 9.2 percent, minus 4,100 jobs), followed by Wisconsin (minus 8.6 percent, minus 8,100 jobs). Florida had the second-highest number of job losses (minus 11,600, minus 3.4 percent). Arkansas had no change in construction employment over the year. Seasonally adjusted construction employment climbed from September to October in 25 states plus D.C., led in percentage gains by Delaware (5.5 percent, 1,000 jobs), Vermont (3.8 percent, 500 jobs) and Utah (also 3.8 percent, 2,500 jobs). New York added the largest number of construction jobs for the month (3,400 jobs, 1.1 percent), followed by Virginia (2,800 jobs, 1.6 percent) and Utah. Of the 23 states that lost construction jobs from September to October, Nevada had the largest one-month percentage drop (minus 4.6 percent, minus 2,600 jobs), with Alabama next (minus 3.2 percent, minus 2,700 jobs), followed by Michigan (minus

3.0 percent, minus 3,900 jobs). Texas lost the largest number of construction jobs for the month (minus 12,800 jobs, minus 2.1 percent), followed by Florida (minus 4,800 jobs, minus 1.5 percent) and Michigan. South Dakota and Wyoming had no change in monthly construction employment, while Pennsylvania lost a statistically insignificant 100 jobs (less than 0.1 percent). Association officials said the failure of the congressional “super committee” charged with reaching a deal to cut the U.S. deficit has the potential to undermine construction employment. They noted that the mandatory federal spending reductions that are now scheduled to go in place in the absence of a deal would likely cut needed investments in vital infrastructure projects across the country. “Allowing water, transportation and energy networks to deteriorate will hurt construction employment and force taxpayers to spend more later, to fix broken infrastructure,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “Neglecting the fundamental systems needed to support our economy and quality of life is no way to balance the budget or boost employment.”

Volvo Rents, a worldwide provider of small-to-medium sized construction equipment, announced the appointment of Matt Tavianini as vice president of sales and marketing. Tavianini, an 18-year veteran of the rental industry, will be responsible for implementing formal programs, systems and processes to align and integrate the company’s sales and marketing functions. “This was an easy decision, the right decision, as we implement a purposeful plan to take our business to the next level,” said Barry Natwick, president of Volvo Rents, noting the company’s new strategic course to not only operate a franchise network of rental stores, but also manage and grow a network of company-owned stores. “Matt shares the same values, passion and innate desire to keep our business successful. His appointment is yet another reason

for us to look to the future with great enthusiasm.” Tavianini brings a wealth of operations and management knowledge to the position, including significant field experience. Tavianini began his career as a branch manager with Hertz Equipment Rental, before joining Volvo Rents in 2006 as the MidAtlantic district manager. Most recently, he served as a regional sales manager. “Volvo Rents is the perfect opportunity to work with one of the rental industry’s premier players and enhance a network that is poised for aggressive growth in various markets throughout the world,” Tavianini said. “I look forward to working alongside an extremely talented sales and marketing team and drive Volvo Rents’ success well into the future.” For more information, visit www.volvorents.com.

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ABC Lauds Outstanding Contractors, Construction Projects Associated Builders and Contractors Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter (ABC) presented 34 awards to outstanding commercial construction projects at its 21st annual Merit Construction Awards of Excellence Banquet Nov. 16, 2011, at the Radisson Valley Forge in King of Prussia, Pa. “With a commitment to quality, value, safety and training, ABC members build a variety of projects that enhance the landscape of eastern Pennsylvania,” said Mike Bennett, ABC chairman and vice president of estimating at E. Allen Reeves Inc. “High-quality construction builds high-quality communities by increasing opportunities and creating jobs. Our members should be proud of their accomplishments that make this region a better place to live and improve the quality of life for everyone.” Industry professionals representing a cross-section of architects, engineers, commercial real-estate owners, developers and industry leaders visited each project to evaluate the entries and determine the award winners. Nearly 50 projects entered the 2011 competition and 34 awards were presented Nov. 16, including: • Mechanical Excellence Winner: Pa. Turnpike Industrial Park Building, Worth and Company Inc. • Solar Energy Excellence Winner: Bethlehem School District Solar Arrays at 5 Schools, The Tri-M Group LLC • Electrical Excellence Winner: Longwood Gardens East Conservatory Plaza, The Tri-M Group LLC Merit Winner: VWR International, Gillespie Electric Inc. • Masonry Excellence Winner: Community Service Center, Thompson Masonry Contracting Company Merit Winner: Riverside Medical Campus, Thompson Masonry Contracting Company • Heavy Construction—Infrastructure Excellence Winner: State Street Bridge Reconstruction, Allan A. Myers Merit Winner: SEPTA R-3 Track Bed Repair, Allan A. Myers • Heavy Construction—Sitework Excellence Winner: Bowmansville Service Plaza, Brubacher Excavating Inc. • Heavy Construction—Public Works Excellence Winner: Lititz Waste Water Treatment Plant Upgrade, Worth and Company Inc. • Industrial Excellence Winner: Kreider Farm—Phase II, Worth and Company Inc. • Restoration/Renovation—Under $2 Million Excellence Winner: DBSi Data Center, Ondra-Huyett Associates, Inc. Merit Winner: Bryn Mawr College—Smart Women Strong Women Gymnasium, W.S. Cumby Inc. • Residential — Single Excellence Winner: Private Residence, C. Raymond Davis & Sons Inc. • Residential — Multi-Unit under $10 Million Excellence Winner: Sall Villas at Waverly Heights, C. Raymond Davis & Sons Inc. Merit Winner: Mary Taylor House at the Hickman, Harkins Builders Inc. • Residential — Multi-Unit over $10 million Excellence Winner: Brightview Greentree, Berks Ridge Company Enterprises Inc. Merit Winner: Delaware County Fairgrounds, Phase II, Harkins Builders Inc. • Public Construction — Under $6 Million Excellence Winner: I-95 Welcome Center, Wohlsen Construction Company Merit Winner: West Reading Elementary School, Wohlsen Construction Company • Public Construction—Over $6 Million Excellence Winner: Mercer Museum, E. Allen Reeves Inc. Merit Winner: Bensalem High School—Gymnasium Addition, Wohlsen Construction Company • Institutional—Under $5 Million Excellence Winner: The Cap and Gown Club of Princeton University, E. Allen Reeves Inc. Merit Winner: Camp Galil, Pancoast & Clifford Inc. • Institutional — Over $5 Million Excellence Winner: Calvary Baptist Church of Bethlehem, E. Allen

Reeves Inc. Merit Winner: Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center, C. Raymond Davis & Sons Inc. • Commercial—Under $5 Million Excellence Winner: One Research Way - Façade Renovation, EDiS Company Merit Winner: Merion Golf Club Operations & Turf Maintenance Complex, Ehret Construction Co. Inc. • Commercial—$5 to $10 Million Excellence Winner: Addition to Empire Education Group, Heim Construction Merit Winner: Allegheny East Conference Center, C. Raymond Davis & Sons Inc. • Commercial—Over $10 Million Excellence Winner: Delaware Welcome Center, EDiS Company Merit Winner: 1190 Devon Park Drive, Pancoast & Clifford Inc.

• Green Build Project Delaware Welcome Center, EDiS Company ABC also named its 2011 members of the year: • Associate of the Year Aflac • Supplier of the Year A.J. Catagnus • Specialty Contractor of the Year — Less than $10 Million Klover Contracting • Specialty Contractor of the Year — More than $10 Million Worth and Company Inc. • General Contractor of the Year — Less than $10 Million Ehret Construction Company • General Contractor of the Year — More than $10 Million Delran Builders Company For more information, visit www.abceastpa.org.

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R&R, Foley Remain Partners, Friends For Half Century R&R from page 8

lot of downtime. Limiting downtime is important for the customer. Not only are parts readily available, but they also can get a backup machine while the original is being repaired. “You can never beat their parts systems,” Russ adds. “There’s a parts drop 10 miles away where we can pick up or they offer overnight delivery.” As Marie recalls, it stretches back 45 years, when they first met many of the Foley team, “some of whom became our closest friends,” she notes — a relationship they still enjoy. Foley returns the sentiment as R&R’s Machinery Sales Equipment Consultant Bill Grater said, “Working with Russ, Marie, Rusty and the gang at R&R to solve their equipment needs has been a pure pleasure over the last 15 years. I have always considered Russ “the gentleman of the industry” due to his sincerity and honesty. We have developed a trust relationship where they have become more of a friend than a customer and I have taken advantage of Russ’s vast knowledge of the construction industry.” Grater also remembers when he accompa-

Marie and Russ Duryea celebrate their Golden Anniversary.

nied Russ and a few of his employees to the Caterpillar factory in Peoria, Ill., to see his actual D9R being assembled on the production line. Grater recollects, “Russ was so impressed by Foley and Cat’s ability to time everything so perfectly and also the production the D9R gave them when it came to New Jersey.” Foley’s Customer Support

Representative for R&R, Eric Cliff, adds, “I am looking forward to doing business with three generations of their family business just as they have enjoyed dealing with three generations of ours.” On The Job A friend is there when you need one, and

Foley, Inc. has helped R&R through some tough jobs, like a major condo/townhouse project in New Jersey. “It was a big project,” Russ says, “with eight to nine big buildings (with 50 residential units in each) and very rough terrain. Lots of rocks, blasting and deep utilities slowed us up. We crushed 300,000 to 400,000 tons of rock.” There were many challenges, Fricke interjects: terrain, soil erosion, rock, safety, earthmoving, 25-ft.-deep pipe runs, multiple changes to the plans. The job required many excavators, including a 385 rented from Foley. R&R also purchased a D9R to get the job done. The job turned out well, Russ said proudly. “Jobs like that make a reputation. It showed people we could do large jobs — and it was fun for the guys. They enjoyed the challenge. But we couldn’t have done it without equipment and service from Foley.” “We have always been blessed to have dedicated employees to support our customers’ needs. We are also fortunate to have enjoyed a dedicated partner with Foley,” Marie sums up. This article was reprinted with permission from PayDirt Magazine, Summer 2011 Issue.

ASCE Releases U.S. Economy, Family Budgets Report The nation’s deteriorating surface transportation infrastructure will cost the American economy more than 876,000 jobs, and suppress the growth of the country’s gross domestic product by $897 billion by 2020, according to a new report released by the American Society of Civil Engineers. The report, conducted by the Economic Development Research Group of Boston, showed that in 2010, deficiencies in America’s roads, bridges, and transit systems cost American households and businesses roughly $130 billion, including approximately $97 billion in vehicle operating costs, $32 billion in delays in travel time, $1.2 billion in safety costs, and $590 million in environmental costs. If investments in surface transportation infrastructure are not made soon, those costs are expected to grow exponentially. Within 10 years, U.S. businesses would pay an added $430 billion in transportation costs, household incomes would fall by more than $7,000, and U.S. exports will fall by $28 billion per year, the report estimates. “Clearly, failing to invest in our roads, bridges and transit systems has a dramatic negative impact on America’s economy,” said Kathy J. Caldwell, president of ASCE. “The link between a nation’s infrastructure and its economic competitiveness has always been understood. But today, for the

first time, we have data showing how much failing to invest in our surface transportation system can negatively impact job growth and family budgets. This report is a wake-up call for policymakers because it shows that investing in infrastructure contributes to creating jobs, while failing to do so hurts main street America.” American Businesses and Workers Will Suffer The report shows that failing infrastructure will drive the cost of doing business up by adding $430 billion to transportation costs in the next decade. It will cost firms more to ship goods, and the raw materials they buy will cost more due to increased transportation costs. Productivity across the business sector also will tumble. Those increased costs will cause businesses to underperform by $240 billion over the next decade, which will drive the prices of goods up. As a result, U.S. exports will fall by $28 billion, including 79 of 93 tradable commodities. Ten sectors of the U.S. economy account for more than half of this unprecedented loss in export value — among them key technology sectors like machinery, medical devices, communications equipment, which produces much of this country’s innovations. America also would lose jobs in highvalue sectors as business income goes

down. Almost 877,000 jobs would be lost by 2020, primarily in the high-value, professional, business and medical sectors which are vital to America’s knowledgebased service economy, the report said. Ultimately, Americans will get paid less. While the economy would lose jobs, those who are able to find work will find their paychecks cut. “The cost to businesses will reduce the productivity and competitiveness of American firms relative to global competitors significantly. By 2020, American families will lose more than $7,000 because of the ripple effects that will occur throughout the economy,” said Steven Landau of the EDR Group. “Business will have to divert increasing portions of earned income to pay for transportation delays and vehicle repairs, draining money that would otherwise be invested in innovation and expansion.” Families Will Have a Lower Standard of Living. A lack of investment in transportation infrastructure would inflict a double whammy on American families who would see their household incomes fall by $60 a month by 2020, while having to spend $30 per month more for goods. The total cost to families would exact about $10,600 per family between now and 2020, equal to

$1,600 per year on household budgets. Modest Investment Needed The report estimates that in order to bring the nation’s surface transportation infrastructure up to tolerable levels, policymakers would need to invest approximately $1.7 trillion between now and 2020 in the nation’s highways and transit systems. The United States is currently on track to spend a portion of that — $877 billion — during the same timeframe. The infrastructure funding gap equals $846 billion over 9 years or $94 billion per year. Small investments in infrastructure, equal to about 60 percent of what Americans spend on fast food each year, would: • Protect 1.1 million jobs • Save Americans nearly two billion hours in travel time each year and • Deliver an average of $1,060 to each family, and • Protect $2,600 in GDP for every man, woman and child in the United States The report, the first of four scheduled by the society, examined the country’s surface transportation infrastructure. Future reports will examine the state of the nation’s infrastructure as it relates to water and, wastewater delivery and treatment; energy transmission; and airports and marine ports.


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The New York State Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. Counties: Nassau and Suffolk Project No.: D261647 Project: Highway runoff mitigation at various locations. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Newborn Construction Inc. — $6,387,245 • Hasa Construction LLC — $6,508,288 • Pratt Brothers Inc. — $6,685,685 • Posillico Civil Inc. — $7,277,457 • A.L.A.C. Contracting Corp. — $7,654,321 • Intercounty Paving Associates LLC — $7,885,200 • Grace Industries LLC — $8,507,507 Counties: Nassau and Suffolk Project No.: D261719 Project: Rehabilitation of nine steel bridges at various locations. Work to include steel girder repairs, bearing replacement, pier conc. repairs, joints replacement & spot painting. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Kiska Construction Inc. — $11,453,000 • Defoe Corporation — $11,968,303 • Intercounty Paving Associates LLC — $12,731,354 • Newborn Construction Inc. — $13,427,568 • Iron Bridge Group — $14,392,106 • Posillico Civil Inc. — $14,634,571 • Gateway Industries Inc. — $14,983,382 • Hasa Construction LLC — $15,885,988 • Peter Scalamandre & Sons Inc. — $15,967,757 • Ahern Painting Contractors Inc. — $16,238,312 • Forte Construction Corp. — $16,561,000 • Grace Industries LLC — $16,590,599 • Unicorn Construction Enterprises Inc. — $16,639,112 • A.L.A.C. Contracting Corp. — $16,777,777 • Commodore Maintenance Corp. — $18,886,486 County: Orange Project No.: D261725 Project: 3.4 mi. of asphalt concrete milling and resurfacing on Routes 300 and 17 in the towns of Goshen and Newburgh. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Sullivan County Paving & Construction — $3,688,872 • McNamee Construction Corp. — $4,302,850 • Lancaster Development Inc. — $4,436,250 • Tilcon New York Inc. — $4,439,900 • H B Wiltse Excavating — $4,680,012 • Intercounty Paving Associates LLC — $4,977,777 • Crisdel Group Inc. — $4,991,661 • Morano Brothers Corp — $5,499,999 Counties: Livingston & Wyoming Project No.: D261738

Project: Asphalt concrete milling and resurfacing on Route 20A (10.6 mi.) in the town & village of Warsaw, towns of Perry and Leicester. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Hanson Aggregates New York LLC— $2,160,198 • Keeler Construction Company Inc. — $2,253,809 • Dipizio Construction Company Inc. — $2,300,356 • Amherst Paving Inc. — $2,420,899 • Villager Construction Inc. — $2,421,460 • D&H Excavating Inc. — $2,486,601 • Sealand Contractors Corp. — $2,519,116 Counties: Erie and Niagara Project No.: D261744 Project: Structural steel repairs, various bridges over various features. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • BVR Construction Company Inc. — $756,514 • Dipizio Construction Company Inc. — $785,604 • Vector Construction Corp. — $790,787 • Hohl Industrial Services Inc. — $1,075,195 • Keleman-Bauer Construction — $1,299,299 • Abhe & Svoboda Inc. — $1,659,433 Counties: Putman and Ulster Project No.: D261747 Project: Painting of three bridges, towns of Philipstown and Esopus. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Liberty-Alpha JV LLC — $4,138,946 • Erie Painting & Maintenance — $4,277,000 • RML Construction Inc. — $5,073,779

• Corcon Inc. — $5,946,266 • Amstar Of Western New York Inc. — $5,953,403 • Allied Painting Inc. — $6,610,849 • Limnes Corp. — $6,983,884 • Atlas Painting & Sheeting Corp. — $8,390,000 County: Yates Project No.: D261748 Project: Replace Route 14A bridge (composite girder) over Keuka Lake Outlet in the village of Penn Yan. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Ramsey Constructors Inc. — $3,018,461 • Vector Construction Corp. — $3,051,247 • Sealand Contractors Corp. — $3,118,554 • Economy Paving Company Inc. — $3,159,621 • Crane Hogan Structural Systems — $3,179,900 • Slate Hill Constructors Inc. — $3,224,261 • Cold Spring Construction Company — $3,287,377 • Tioga Construction Company Inc. — $3,374,554 • Dolomite Prod d/b/a A L Blades — $3,537,551 • C P Ward Inc. — $3,745,993 • FAHS Construction Group — $3,928,278 Counties: Albany and Schenectady Project No.: D261749 Project: 6.1 mi. of asphalt concrete resurfacing on N.Y. Route 7 in the towns of Colonie and Niskayuna. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Callanan Industries Inc. — $2,137,821 • Lancaster Development Inc. — $2,215,426 • Kubricky Construction Corp. — $2,215,468 • Hudson River Construction — $2,230,531


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

CHIPPER/STUMP GRINDERS 2005 BANDIT 254XP CHIPPER, 1190 HRS, AUTO FEED, QUAD FEED, WINCH, YOKE LIFT ............ ............................................................................................................................................$22,500 2009 BANDIT 2900T STUMP GRINDER, GREEN TEETH, 206 HRS, WIRELESS REMOTE ..$43,995 RAYCO RG1665AC, 521 HOURS, VERY GOOD RUNNING CONDITION ................................$4,995 2000 RAYCO STUMP GRINDER, SELF PROPELLED, DUAL WHEELS, 1067 HOURS ........ $25,995 2004 VERMEER BC625 CHIPPER, AUTO FEED, VARIABLE SPEED AUTO FEED, 1200 HRS, TELESCOPING TONGUE ..................................................................................................SOLD $9,995 WHEEL LOADERS 2001 JOHN DEERE 344H, CAB WITH HEAT, 2YD. BUCKET, 7125 HOURS ............SOLD $37,500 1991 KOMATSU WA300-1, 4800 HRS, CAB, HEAT & A/C ..................................................$32,995 2008 NEW HOLLAND W130, FULL CAB, 510 HOURS, LIKE NEW MACHINE, CLEAN ......$96,995 MISCELLANEOUS 1997 BIG JOHN TREE SPADE ON A 1987 FORD L8000 TRUCK, TRUCK HAS NEW ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION, 178,186 MILES, INCLUDES 6 FLOTATION TIRES....................................$34,995 2009 EXMARK LAS28KA60 MOWER, ZERO TURN, 60” DECK, 420 HOURS ........................$6995 1985 EAGER BEAVER 20HA TRAILER, 20 TON, TILT DECK, AIR BRAKES ..............SOLD $3995 1996 MEYER ST-84 SNOW PLOW, MANUAL ANGLE, LOADER ARM MOUNTS ......................$750 FFC LAF-1474 SNOW PLOW, POWER ANGLE, SKID STEER QUICK ATTACH ......................$1,000 1996 NEW HOLLAND 716 SNOW THROWER, 3 POINT 2 STAGE THROWER ........SOLD $1,999 2000 FREIGHTLINER BOX TRUCK, 15,038 MILES, REAR LIFT, SHELVING, COMPRESSOR $49,000 TEREX PS6AWS SITE DUMPER, 2139 HRS, FULL ROPS, 4.5CU YD. DUMP BKT ............$24,500 TEREX PS3000 SITE DUMPER, FULL ROPS, ARTICULATED DUMPER ..............................$13,500 2002 WOODS MODEL 1130 POST HOLE DIGGER ......................................................SOLD $750 2004 UNIVERSAL AP450 PLANER, 18” COLD PLANER..........................................SOLD $4,995 2010 GOOSEN/HARPER DB2700 DEBRIS BLOWER, 3 POINT MOUNT, PTO DRIVEN, 180 DEGREE AIR DEFLECTOR ....................................................................................................................$2,995 2004 GROUSER BAR TRACKS, STEEL TRACKS FOR LS180/185 SKID STEER, WHEEL SPACER .... ................................................................................................................................SOLD $1,500

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that put spending control back in the hands of Pennsylvania’s taxpayers. “Governor Corbett is the embodiment of the concept of free enterprise and the Merit Shop philosophy, representing our community with strength, integrity, and the high ideals we seek in a leader to move Pennsylvania forward towards a prosperous future,� said John “Jack� R. Zimmer, ABC Keystone president and CEO. “His actions to protect small businesses in the Commonwealth and safeguard taxpayer money speak volumes about his belief in the equal opportunities fostered by fair and open competition. This makes him the ideal recipient for our ‘Spirit of Free Enterprise’ Award.� A trophy was presented to Corbett by Cliff M. Wilson of Benchmark Construction Co. Inc., who also is the 2012 ABC Keystone chairman of the board. For more information, visit www.abcKeystone.org.


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Viaduct Faces Slew of Structural, Financial Challenges Bridge Facts: •Year Built: 1964 •Carries Interstate 95 in downtown Providence •Crosses Over AMTRAK Northeast Corridor, Rt. 6 and 10, Woonasquatucket River and local streets •Length: 1,300 ft. (396 m) •Traffic Volume: 160,000 vehicles per day (80,000 each direction) By Jennifer Rupp CEG CORRESPONDENT

For years now, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation has been aware of the deterioration of the Providence Viaduct, which carries I-95 over downtown Providence. The last full inspection took place in November 2009, revealing a slew of structural problems. The bridge consists of two structures: one northbound and one southbound, each with four lanes. The structures are separated by a 12-in. (30.5 cm) gap. The deck was constructed with reinforced concrete supported by steel “I” girders. The substructure consists of posttensioned hammerhead concrete piers, and the foundation is made of steel “H”piles driven underground. Bridge Structural Condition The 2009 inspection revealed that the deck is badly deteriorated, shielded and shored in many locations. “The bridge deck has reached its service life,” said Bob Pavia, Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) principal civil engineer. “Potholes are forming monthly.” “We’ve had problems with the design of the steel girders from the beginning,” continued Pavia. “In the 1980s, a bearing froze up and almost split a steel girder in half.”

This is the section of deck (span 5 southbound) that required emergency shoring. The difference between shoring and shielding is that shoring structurally supports the deck, while shielding simply protects people from falling concrete.

The steel girders have numerous cracks in secondary members, as well as some cracks in main member welds. With emergency repairs made in 2009, the bridge does meet standards for load carrying capacity and does not require posting. The post-tensioned piers have a concrete design strength of 5,000 PSI, but their as-tested strength only rates at 3,500 PSI. Additionally, the P/T anchorages are badly rusting.

The round looking pegs at the end of the concrete pier are the rusting post-tensioning anchors. While most still have their concrete cover, they are generally in the same condition.

Repair Versus Replace The bridge is currently safe for operating conditions and receives bimonthly inspections as a safeguard. The concrete piers are structurally sound. The steel cracks are due to poor weld quality, not over-stress, and are currently being repaired. The bad deck section recently has been shored. However, these interim repairs are not a long-term fix for this viaduct. “It is much more cost-effective to replace the bridge than to do a complete rehabilitation,” said Pavia. The piers, in particular, are very difficult and expensive to repair. “There is no scheme to repair the bridge that wouldn’t disrupt traffic for a number of years,” continued Pavia. Inspection and evaluation of the bridge concluded that replacement is required. The final design and permit process is scheduled to start immediately. The Challenges There are two major challenges for RIDOT to overcome. The first is how to replace the existing bridge while maintaining traffic volume of 160,000 vehicles per day. Closing I-95 would cause unacceptable traffic congestion on local streets within Providence, as traffic backups and delays already occur every day on the bridge. RIDOT’s plan is to vanquish this obstacle by phasing the construction as follows: • Constructing a new southbound structure west of existing southbound lanes; • Shifting southbound traffic onto the new southbound structure; • Shifting northbound traffic onto the old southbound

This is just one area of timber shielding necessary to protect the public from the deteriorating concrete deck.

see VIACDUCT page 62


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Cat Lift Trucks Launches Electric Conversion Guide In response to the material handling industry’s shift toward electric lift trucks, Cat Lift Trucks has released several resources to help warehouse professionals understand the benefits of electric lift trucks, including a white paper that outlines the advantages of electric alternating current (AC) over internal combustion (IC) lift truck technology. The white paper, titled “Choosing Electric Lift Trucks over Internal Combustion,” explains the benefits of electric lift trucks, including reduced emissions, reduced operating costs and increased productivity and performance levels. The white paper also details why material handling professionals should consider the total cost of ownership rather than initial cost when purchasing lift trucks, and provides a benefits comparison chart of gas, diesel and electric technologies. “We want to help our customers make the best-informed and most

cost-effective decision when choosing a lift truck for their specific application,” said Carl Modesette, product marketing specialist of Cat Lift Trucks. “Often times, electric lift trucks may seem more expensive due to the initial upfront costs, but in reality, they are becoming an economical solution for a growing number of our customers.” In conjunction with the white paper, Cat Lift Trucks has launched the “Power Redefined Dictionary,” a guide to help users understand frequently-used electric forklift terminology. The dictionary can be found with the AC vs. IC lift truck white paper and the recently launched Lift Truck Cost Comparison Tool, a free web resource that helps customers evaluate the cost savings between AC and IC lift trucks, at www.savewithelectrics.com. For more information, call 800/CAT-LIFT or visit www.cat-lift.com.

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Doosan DA40 Articulated Dump Truck Is First in Family Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment has launched the new DA40 articulated dump truck (ADT), the first in a new family of Doosan ADTs offering increased engine power and torque, higher payloads, lower fuel consumption, enhanced operator comfort and faster travel speeds, according to the manufacturer. Incorporating more than 40 years of expertise in the ADT market, the new Doosan ADTs are optimized for extreme performance. The agile undercarriage, designed to ensure that all six wheels are in permanent contact with the ground, means that Doosan articulated dump trucks can operate on very rough and soft terrain on construction sites such as road projects and mass excavation hauling as well as in mining and quarrying applications. Power, Performance, Productivity and Fuel Efficiency Powered by a 6-cylinder interim Tier IV compliant diesel engine with a gross power output of 500 hp (373 kW) at 2,100 rpm, the new DA40 offers a 10-percent increase in engine power compared with the previous MT41 model. There is a 22-percent increase in gross torque to 1,750 lb. ft. at 1300 rpm. Contributing to the overall 8-percent reduction in fuel consumption is the new transmission offering 8 forward and 4 reverse speeds. The new transmission improves the transfer of power from the engine to the wheels for outstanding traction. To withstand the increased power, the driveline dimensions and cooling capacity of the truck have been increased. The DA40 combines “best-in-class� fuel consumption with a higher top speed of 36 mph (58 kmh). The DA40 also has an increased body capacity of 31.9 cu. yds. (24 cu m), and the payload has been boosted to 44 tons (40 t) without tailgate, an increase of more than 15 percent over the payload of the MT41. Six-Wheel Traction, Outstanding Rough and Soft Terrain Capabilities The DA40 has permanent 6-wheel drive for equal power distribution while the free-swinging rear tandem bogie and the special articulation system offer enhanced driving performance in difficult terrain. The sloping body design enhances the stability of the truck due to its low center of gravity and allows fast and easy tipping, even in the most demanding conditions. The combination of the tandem bogie and the sloping rear frame results in added rough and soft terrain capabilities and avoids the need for aids such as traction control, according to the manufacturer. To handle the increased payload as well as provide a

smoother ride for the operator, the DA40 has a completely new hydro-gas front suspension. This independent front suspension allows for free movement on one side, without movement on the opposite side, providing maximum ground contact and shock absorption. The articulation hinge is positioned behind the turning ring to provide equal weight distribution even during maximum turning and ensures maximum contact between the front wheels and the ground for optimum traction. Like all Doosan ADTs, the DA40 features a powerful engine brake and hydraulic transmission retarder as standard. The wet brakes offer a long service life and sealed protection from the environment and, with oil-cooled multiple disc brakes on all the wheels, the safety of the operator is never compromised.

Operator Comfort and Convenience The DA40 has a completely new cab providing more space and improved visibility for the operator, lower noise levels and a fully automatic climate control system. For easier operation, Doosan has introduced new electronic systems and simplified fingertip controls with a digital display of all desired machine functions. The fully automatic 8 gear transmission and smooth Tiptronic gear-shifting (both automatic and manual gear functions are available) allow the operator to concentrate on working conditions. For routine maintenance and service, the cab can be tilted backward to provide easy access to components. Easier service access and longer service intervals result in lower operating costs. A fully automatic central greasing system and rear view camera are standard. For more information, visit www.doosanequipment.com.

Powered by a 6-cylinder interim Tier IV compliant diesel engine with a gross power output of 500 hp (373 kW) at 2,100 rpm, the new DA40 offers a 10-percent increase in engine power compared with the previous MT41 model.


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Interim Repairs Made, Replacement Plan Being Discussed VIACDUCT from page 48

al funding provides approxi- project duration is six years; three years per structure; mately $354 million per year, bridge. • Demolish the old northleaving a gap of $285 million “Tolling is the most feasible option for bound structure and replace per year. additional funding,” added Dave Fish, with a new structure; The state is looking for RIDOT managing engineer. A Tolling • Shift northbound traffic funding that is “sustainable and Expression of Interest letter was drafted by back onto the new northbound reliable and comes from a vari- the RIDOT Office of the Director on June structure; and ety of sources, primarily based 29, 2011, and presented to the Federal • Demolish the old southon user fees.” Highway Administration for review. bound structure. The report notes that Rhode In addition to the Providence Viaduct, Once the old bridge is Island relies more heavily on RIDOT is looking for the capital to build a demolished, there will be two federal funds than most states new connector between I-95 and SR 4 at separate structures once again and should strive to contribute Quonset Point Davisville Industrial Park. — this time the northbound at least 50 percent of the over- The project is currently in the planning stage and southbound bridges will all amount. The state currently and is estimated to cost $75 million. be separated by a 50- to 60-ft. supports 27 percent of its trans(Editor’s note: This article originally (15.2 to 18.3 m) gap. portation spending with state appeared in the New England state supplefunds, compared with a nation- ment.) CEG The larger challenge is funding. The estimated cost of The Providence Viaduct is situated in the heart of Providence al average of 63 percent. The new funding the new bridge is $140 million. and is vital to both residents and interstate travelers. scenarios mentioned Currently, only $24 million is programmed for the project, therefore identify options for potential funding in the report include an increase in gas tax, a new petroleum products RIDOT is seeking alternative funding sources. Over the course of 10 months, the Panel gross receipts tax, and the aforesources, including a possible toll booth on Imet 12 times, and held four public meetings. mentioned I-95 toll, among other 95 at the Rhode Island/Connecticut border. According to the Blue Ribbon Report, for sources. Rhode Island to maintain its highway system “We’re hoping to let the project A steel crack between the web and the top flange Funding Solutions In March 2008, Gov. Donald Carcieri in a state of good operation and repair, it in early 2013, unless another fund- of a steel girder. This crack and eight others like established a Blue Ribbon Panel to assess would need to spend approximately $640 ing source becomes available it were repaired (also under emergency proceRhode Island's transportation needs and to million per year. The current state and feder- sooner,” said Pavia. The estimated dures) in early 2009.

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The Gravity of Skiing I haven’t attempted to ski for years, but recently I decided to take another stab at it. I was hoping they’d done something about the gravity problem. Gravity is the biggest drawback to skiing. Without gravity, it would be a carefree activity: You’d put on you skis, head for the slopes and just … HOVER for a while. Then it would be time for “après ski” (French for “no longer skiing”). Instead, you have gravity. Huge amounts of it. Ski areas are located smack dab on top of giant gravity piles called “mountains.” Most areas also use machines to make more gravity at night. Thus powerful forces are always trying to suck you, the skier, down the mountain and into large fixed objects such as buildings. This is why the Number One Rule of Skiing Safety is: “Never go up the mountain without a good reason, such as it is summer.” This lesson was driven home to me dramatically the first time I tried skiing, which was in 1964 at a ski area in southern New

York State, where much of the time, instead of snow, you ski on frozen mud (or, as we say in ski-area terminology, “excellent conditions”). I went with my friend Lanny Watts, who knew how to ski, and who — after watching me fall down repeatedly while I was still in the parking lot — decided that the best way for me to learn would be to go straight to the top of the mountain and see what happened. What happened was, I slid off the chairlift and went back down the mountain very fast. Q. What do you mean by “very fast”? A. I mean that, because of the Theory of Relativity, after a few seconds I had traveled in time back to 1963, and was still picking up speed when I penetrated deep into the woods. Q. How deep did you penetrate? A. One of the trees later bore my child. Eventually I learned that the best tactic for skiing is: Never go DOWN the mountain. Always go SIDEWAYS, which involves less

gravity. You want to creep laterally along the slope, like a giant parka-wearing crab, until you reach a safe place, such as San Diego. This can take months but it is better than going down the mountain. Also you want to make sure you have the right equipment. And when I say “the right equipment,” I mean, “not skis.” Even socalled “modern” skis still have the fundamental safety defect that has plagued skis from the beginning: They are slippery on the bottom. If I were designing a ski, it would be called “The Inertia,” and the bottom would be a combination of golf spikes, Crazy Glue and Velcro. My advertisement would be a photo of a skier standing on an extremely steep slope, such as the side of the Chrysler Building, not moving at all, just sticking straight out horizontally, like a gargoyle. If we had such a ski, skiers, freed from the threat of going down the mountain, would be able to focus their attention on the true essence of modern skiing, which is trying to

contact other skiers via cell phone. I saw a LOT of this during my trip. Every 30 seconds or so, there’d be beeping, and all around me, people would frantically start unzipping layers of designer ski attire to see if it was their phone ringing. If it was, they’d have a conversation like this: “Hello? Hello? Where are you? Have you seen Bob? He was with me, but then the gravity got him. Although one of his legs is still here.” My final tip is: If you’re skiing with your wife, and you foolishly ride up the mountain on a chairlift with her, and for reasons that are never made clear she fails to get off at the top, so they have to stop the whole chairlift and make it go backward and help her remove her skis so she can climb down, and she is very embarrassed, this will turn out to be YOUR FAULT. Don't argue! Just accept it, and apologize. Honey, I’m sorry. © 2011 Tribune Media Services Inc. (This article first appeared Feb. 29, 2004.)


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Bobcat Offers Extendable Arm Option on E32, E35 Models Bobcat has a new extendable arm option for the M-Series E32 and E35 compact excavators. The extendable arm is a telescoping arm that provides the best of both worlds — power and reach. The new extendable arm option provides an additional 30 in. (76 cm) of reach, beyond the standard arm, for both the E32 and E35 models. The new option also is the first extendable arm for compact excavators that allows the use of the hydraulic clamp and Hydraulic X-Change attachment mounting system.

style thumb switch located on the joystick. This allows for fast and simple movements for extending and retracting the arm. Less Repositioning Required The extendable arm’s benefits are appealing to those in landscaping, utility, municipalities and site preparation because it offers the compactness of a standard arm machine with the ability to extend when needed. Working in tight spaces and on established turf is possible without repositioning the machine. This equals valuable time saved and less re-work required, according to the manufacturer. In the case of digging utility trenches, the extendable arm ensures a long enough reach to move spoil away from the trench and out of the way, as well as reducing the risk of the trench falling back into itself because of the The new extendable arm option provides an additional 30 in. (76 cm) of reach, weight of the nearby spoil.

Ultimate Performance The new Bobcat extendable arm can be hydraulically extended and retracted as the need arises. When retracted, the arm delivers similar arm force (tear-out force) as a standard arm. Should the operator need to reach back into the trench to clean out material, or need to reach farther away from the excava- beyond the standard arm, for both the E32 and E35 models. tion to dump spoil, the arm can be extended an additional 30 in. Another appealing application for the a hydraulic clamp. The clamp capability is a perfect solution extendable arm is truck loading. The extendable arm allows for contractors wanting to pick up and place material such as the operator to reach to the front or to the far side of a truck rocks, landscaping materials and debris in site preparation applications. to safely fill the load. Clamp Capability The new extendable arm option also allows for the use of

Fingertip Operation The extendable arm cylinder is operated through a rocker

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Woodson

From the Bleachers Recent news in the wide world of jerks — formerly known as the wide world of sports — has, at least for me, never made it more painful to be a fan of anything involving an inflated ball. (Note: I used “inflated” so it wouldn’t include golf.) First, the shocking Penn State mess that led to the arrest of assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky for child sexual abuse. Then coaching legend Joe Paterno, the Penn State athletic director and college president of the college were all fired for not reporting Sandusky’s transgressions. Then, there’s the sickening Syracuse U. saga that got assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine fired after he was accused of child sexual abuse. That led to the next question: What, if anything, is going to happen to SU’s coaching legend Jim Boeheim? Will he keep his job or be hung out to dry for initially defending Bernie, who’s anything but fine? And we all thought Tiger Woods was a dummy for what he did back in 2009! What’s with all those people out there who have so much money or power or both they think they can get away with anything? And not just in big-time sports, but politics, business and anywhere else where wealthy ego-maniacal idiots who, over time,

have convinced themselves that they actually hung the moon. Too many of those types can’t even spell humility. And no, they don’t put their pants on one leg at a time the way we average guys do. And if you don’t believe it, just ask them. Anyone who would do what Sandusky and Fine are accused of doing is not only stupid, but also sick. As my mother once told me, “When it doubt, don’t do it.” Whether it’s a sex crime or simply stealing, immoral or illegal, there are too many people who can’t keep their hands to themselves because their skulls are filled with oatmeal, not brains. How about a conscience? Maybe it’s in there somewhere, but buried far down under their ego. Of course, they all do the mea culpa and say they’re “sorry” and no doubt they really are sorry — that is, sorry they got caught. A friend of mine bought some stuff at the grocery story a while back and when he got home he noticed on the receipt the clerk didn’t charge him for one of the items. So what did he do, give himself a high-five and shout, “Yes!” No. He went back to the store and paid for it. “And I slept well that night,” he said, smiling.

That reminded me of one of the things I was amazed at when I had a retail business — remember The Golf Tee in Webster? I could not believe how many people there are who will steal just about anything that wasn’t bolted down. And never blink. There’s no telling where the Penn State and Syracuse mess is going, but it is a black eye that won’t go away anytime soon. And who knows how much more stuff like that is happening at other schools? Maybe these two awful incidences will have a positive effect on other athletic programs and make them step back and take a look at what might be going on in their locker rooms, instead of looking the other way. Meanwhile, on somewhat of a related bummer — well, sort of, at least for me — the National Basketballpalming Assn. owners and the players have ended the lockout and their 66-game season will start Christmas Day. (No wonder Santa Claus will put a chunk of coal in my stocking this year). Hey, I used to love the NBA. Loved the Celtics when Robert “The Chief” Parish of Shreveport, La., was there. He was one-third of the best frontline ever, along with Larry Bird and Kevin McHale. I loved the Los Angeles Lakers when Elgin Baylor and Jerry

West were the stars. I loved covering the Portland Trailblazers when they won their only NBA championship in 1977. Back then, they played basketball the way it was meant to be played. I mean, if a guy stopped dribbling the ball — not palming it — and took a step, the refs called traveling! Can you believe that?! And now, they let him take another step or two and dunk the ball. Unfortunately for us hoops purists, the players get away with some of that in high school and college, so it’s no wonder they keep doing it in a pro league. I have to admit, though, I did watch the Dallas Mavericks chill out the Miami Heat and LeBron James in last season’s finals. Not because I love the game anymore, but I just wanted to see the so-called greatest team ever assembled get taken apart. I have to admit, I enjoyed that. But that was then and this is now, so wake me when it’s over. (Rick Woodson is a regular columnist for the “Rochester Business Journal” in Rochester, N.Y., and is the author of “Words of Woodson”, a collection of sports columns, available at www.authorhouse.com and www.thegolftee.net. Woodson’s email address is rwoodson@rochester.rr.com. )


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Celtic Demolition Relies on Terex Powerscreen XR400S By Giles Lambertson CEG CORRESPONDENT

At an industrial zoned site in Forest Hill, Md., Celtic Demolition operates a recycling yard that converts construction debris to usable material at the same time it helps maintain air quality. The latter environmental feature is a consequence of Celtic’s switch to a piece of machinery powered by a Tier IV-standards engine. Celtic’s huge, rumbling mechanical crusher that spews out shattered concrete in sorted piles of aggregate is a Terex Powerscreen XR400S, a latest generation mobile recycling crusher weighing almost 50 tons (45.3 t). The crusher was one of the first Powerscreen units sold in the United States with a Scania engine, which meets Tier IV standards in this country as well as European Union Stage IV standards. Predecessor Powerscreen models used Caterpillar powerplants. Scania is a Swedish manufacturer that turns out some 80,000 industrial, truck, bus, and marine engines every year. Scania-powered trucks and buses are commonplace in Europe and other parts of the world, but are relatively rare in the United States. “I was familiar with Scania in Europe,” said Ross Tumulty, coowner and president of Celtic Demolition. Tumulty is a native Irishman who came to the United States in the early 1980s. “You see a lot of Scania trucks and equipment there. From everything I hear, the engines are very good. They are very successful in Europe.” Celtic Roots Tumulty was a paving contractor in Ireland, but when he arrived in New York, he switched to construction.

Celtic’s huge, rumbling mechanical crusher that spews out shattered concrete in sorted piles of aggregate is a Terex Powerscreen XR400S, a latest generation mobile recycling crusher weighing almost 50 tons (45.3 t).

He worked as a laborer for a couple of years. Shortly after the general contractor transferred him to the Washington, D.C., area after opening an office there, Tumulty noticed that the contractor was subbing out its demolition work. He decided in 1985 to try to capture part of the business and started Celtic Demolition. Two years later, he met in the States another Irishman, David

Kavanagh, a native of Dublin, who joined Celtic and is a co-owner today. The firm is headquartered now in Alexandria, Va., and has grown from demolishing and extracting materials from the inside of buildings to taking down entire buildings and bridges. A used John Deere 792 excavator was the young company’s first piece of equipment. “Now we have a bunch of big

toys to take down big buildings and bridges,” Tumulty said. Probably the biggest — and certainly the tallest — piece of Celtic equipment is a 260,000-lb. (117,934 kg) Hitachi 850 with a high-reach boom that fractures and snatches apart structural elements 13 stories above the ground. Celtic thus introduced to the D.C. area multi-story boom demolition, as opposed to the traditional method

Celtic Demolition’s Ross Tumulty said of the XR400S, “It just has a great appetite for concrete. It is very fast at what it does, twice as fast as the previous unit, and that’s important. You don’t want to be spoon-feeding these things.”

of demolishing tall structures using a wrecking ball swinging from a crane. The demolition company oddly enough also performs historic preservation work, wherein historic facades are preserved or carefully taken down before the rest of a building is leveled. Celtic performs excavation work as well, but only in conjunction with demolition. Often a cleared site needs subbasement or footing work completed before a new building can rise and Celtic segues into that phase of new construction as part of an all-in package of site services. Stand-alone excavation projects are not solicited. The other mainstay business activity for Celtic, whose annual business volume exceeds $8 million, is bridge demolition. One of the company’s highest-profile bridge projects was the dropping of a half-mile of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge connecting Virginia and Maryland. Bridges typically are 100 percent recycled, Tumulty noted. The steel usually ends up at Super Salvage, a D.C.-area yard that takes most of the steel, aluminum and copper refuse that Celtic collects in its operations. Celtic recycles an estimated 90 percent of the debris from all its demolitions, according to Tumulty, and that’s where the Powerscreen crusher comes into play. While Tumulty doesn’t know how many tons of concrete his recycling equipment processes each year, virtually all the chunks of demolished buildings are turned into usable aggregate for backfilling and similar functions. The recycling occurs either on site at a general contractor’s request, or in Celtic’s Forest Hill yard. see DEMOLITION page 80


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RUBBLE MASTER Celebrates Its 20-Year Anniversary The annual RUBBLE MASTER dealer meeting, staged this year on Oct. 21, also was used as an opportunity to look back on the 20-year success story of the company. Together with some 360 customers, employees, business partners and numerous repre-

sentatives from the media, industry and politics, company founder and RUBBLE MASTER CEO Gerald Hanisch celebrated the business model that emerged from a vision and became reality. The global market leader in mobile compact recycling invited guests to share the moment at its company headquarters in Linz, Pichling. At the annual dealer meeting Hanisch spoke about the milestones in the 20-year history of the company.

Hanisch presented a concept for efficient sales process management to his sales partners who are located in all continents and also spoke about targets to strive for in his outlook for the future. The company’s anniversary was celebrated later in the evening with a gala event. Silvia Schneider, a well-known presenter on local TV channel LT1, co-hosted the evening and the event was rounded off with a show by Ali Andress and his band AARA. More than 70 participants (dealers, representatives from the press and RM friends)

Gerald Hanisch addresses the group.

Team All Star took first place honors, Team RM Technology took second and Team Switzerland took third.

More than 70 participants put the pedal to the metal in the go-kart race.

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

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

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

put the pedal to the metal and had great fun in the go-kart race on the company premises. It was a truly tough battle for victory and the drivers gave their all. The “All StarTeam”, featuring some familiar RM faces including Rick Yarwood and Bob James from the United Kingdom and JeanSebastien Voghel from Canada, emerged as the winners after three hours.


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Peterson’s 4800E chain flail debarker for removing bark for clean pulp and paper chips has had a major redesign and has many new features. The new 4800F features a 350hp (265 kW) Cat C9 Tier IV engine, upper and lower flail drives (similar to Peterson’s 5000H whole tree chipper), direct drive lower infeed and out-feed rolls, floating direct drive upper feed rolls, a 5-ft. (1.5 m) wide bark pusher, and Peterson’s IQAN control system. The machine also features a dedicated 100 gal. (567 L) hydraulic oil tank, and a 200 gal. (757 L) fuel tank to allow the 4800F to run an entire shift without fill-up. With a retractable gooseneck, the highway legal 4800F is easily moved between jobs and has an estimated curb weight of 48,100 lbs. (21,817 kg). The four fixed landing gear (with floating pads) allow the 4800F’s operating height to be adjusted easily and stable once it’s on the job. The operator can operate the machine with a wireless remote, which also can pair with the Peterson 5900 disc chipper. Peterson specializes in developing delivery and processing equipment that turns low-grade organic materials into high value products. Since 1982, Peterson has manufactured equipment for customers in more than 25 countries. For more information, visit www.petersoncorp.com.

Peterson’s New 4800F Chain Flail Debarker Features Tier IV Engine

Peterson’s 4800E chain flail debarker has had a major redesign.

Raptor Portable Cone Plants Meet Crushing Needs Raptor XL300 and XL400 cone crushers by FLSmidth Pekin LLC are designed not only to meet producers’ stationary crushing needs, but also are fully engineered to enter the portable plant markets, according to the manufacturer. Working with preferred chassis and screen manufacturers, FLSmidth’s engineers can custom-design a portable wheel-mounted plant, based on customers’ unique applications. FLSmidth builds rear-discharge XL300 and XL400 wheeled plant models as stock available for immediate purchase. Wheel-mounted plant options include rear discharge and rear feed-side discharge for both the XL300 and XL400. When combined with a horizontal 6 by 20-ft. (1.8 by 6 m) two- or three-deck screen, the XL300 can be configured into a closed-circuit crushing and screening plant. The XL300 and XL400 cone crushers can both be configured with two- or three-deck horizontal screens that are 6, 7 or 8 ft. by 20 ft. (1.8, 2 or 2.4 m by 6 m), to provide open-circuit crushing and screening plants. Hydraulic run-on jacks also are available as an option to quickly level the plant into operating position after pulling onsite. This option eliminates the time consumption and safety issues created by

The XL300 and XL400 cone crushers can both be configured with two- or three-deck horizontal screens that are 6, 7 or 8 ft. by 20 ft. (1.8, 2 or 2.4 m by 6 m), to provide open-circuit crushing and screening plants.

leveling plants with cribbing timbers, according to the manufacturer. The XL300 and XL400 cone crushers feature a high pivot point and large crushing stroke that offers crushing action throughout the crushing chamber. An active feed opening creates better end product shape for high production of salable material. The crusher line also employs “fail safe” hydraulics through an internal relief valve within the dual-acting tramp release cylinders, which ensures the machines stay protected from mechanical overload should an accumulator bladder fail. Advanced overload sensing technology detects crushing force overload. A simple alarm is activated, or the system can be automated to take corrective action. This same advanced automation system can be used to optimize crusher performance, feed control, setting adjustment and monitoring of all critical lubrication and hydraulic parameters. An additional safety feature standard on all Raptor models is the counterclockwise rotation crushing action that protects the machine if adjustment ring movement is excessive or if the ring gear brake fails. For more information, call 801/871-7000 or visit www.FLSmidth.com/Raptor.


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Bigger and Stronger The company’s XR400S replaced a smaller — 70,000-lb. (31,751 kg) — crusher of another brand. That the new unit is larger than the one it replaced is in itself a good thing, Tumulty said: “Bigger is better. We always go by that in demolition. Bigger is better.” Sheer weight usually translates into heavier, stronger components. In a crusher, that means it can more quickly gulp down chunks of concrete. “It just has a great appetite for concrete,” Tumulty said of the XR400S. “It is very fast at what it does, twice as fast as the previous unit, and that’s important. You don’t want to be spoon-feeding these things.” Speed can pose some hazards for crushers, however. Sometimes bound into larger chunks of concrete are rebar and I-beam fragments, the steel reinforcement structural elements that no crusher can crush. The “R” in XR400S addresses this problem. The “R” stands for “release” and alludes to a hydraulic feature that Powerscreen pioneered. When an uncrushable element is encountered by the jaws of the crusher, the jaws automatically and hydraulically spring apart and drop the offending object and convey it out of harm’s way. Then the machine operator hits a reset button and the crusher recalibrates itself and resumes its work. What happened in the past,” explained Mark Keenan, company advertising manager, for Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Inc., which sold the XR400S to Celtic to complement their Powerscreen Warrior screener, “was that if the operator didn’t see the steel and extract it, it would cause major damage to the jaw of the machine. All of a sudden, all the inertia of the jaw’s closing would fire back to the bearings and shaft and almost break it.” Considering how much violence is involved in the fracturing process, such a sequence is easy to imagine The Powerscreen unit also features a direct drive instead of the hydraulic drive found in most competitors’ equipment. Consequently, about 95 percent of the power generated by the Scania engine is directed toward the crushing process, compared to 75 percent in machines using the less efficient hydraulic drive. The headquarters of Powerscreen International is in Northern Ireland. The Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Inc. dealership was opened in Kernersville, N.C., between Winston-Salem and Greensboro, in 1996. It has grown in North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, and West Virginia. Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic also carries auxiliary equip-

ment including Telestack Ltd. Conveyor systems and Kiverco recycling systems. Jeff Ford has been with Powerscreen MidAtlantic Inc. for just over a year but has been employed with other Powerscreen dealers in the United States for more than a decade. Ford sold the machine to Celtic Demolition in late spring of 2011 and has helped develop the business relationship between the two companies. Mid-Atlantic operates a rental/leasing yard in Ashland, Va., where area contractors can get hold of crushers, screens, and conveyors for on-site recycling work. “As opposed to digging up the rock and trucking it away, then paying quarries for aggregate to use on site, contractors rent our machines, pull out the rock, crush it, screen it and make the correct size gravel they need right on site,” Ford said. Portable and Mobile The portability and mobility of crushers makes such on-site applications possible. Keenan notes that Powerscreen made the first tracked crusher in the late 1990s “and the market exploded. All of a sudden contractors were all about it. With the price of aggregate going up, more and more contractors don’t want to spend so much money with the quarries.” In these ways does Celtic Demolition use its Powerscreen crusher, either on site or in its recycling yard, whichever best suits a project and general contractor. Tumulty said the recession’s impact on construction has been felt in the demolition industry. “Usually one (construction) affects the other (demolition),” he observed. “Project owners usually don’t tear down something until they are ready to build right behind it, and finance it all in one package.” After private sector work dried up for his 50 employees, Tumulty and Kavanagh targeted government entities for demolition projects — including bridges and other infrastructure in the District, northern Virginia and southern Maryland. Traveling to other areas in the Atlantic region is not something the Celtic owners will be doing in these tough economic times. The company once took on a project near Philadelphia, but Tumulty said that they concluded it wasn’t the best business model for Celtic. “We have the contacts here. We have the dump sites here.” And now the company has there in its recycling yard a crusher with a voracious appetite for concrete debris. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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

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Superior Adds to Its RazerTail Truck Unloaders Lineup Superior Industries has a new addition to its line of RazerTail truck unloaders. The new model is equipped with a 48-ft. (14.6 m) folding discharge conveyor. This development in design gives users the flexibility to hit higher feed points, eliminating the need for transfer conveyors between the truck unloader and larger radial stacking conveyors like Superior’s TeleStacker conveyor. Discharge heights hydraulically adjust between 8 to 12 ft. (2.4 to 3.6 m) on the 48 in. (122 cm) belt model. Superior’s complete line of RazerTail truck unloaders are designed to move material from belly or end dump trucks in minutes, reducing contamination from traditional transfer methods, according to the manufacturer. An electrical control panel with main breakers and starters features push-button operation of the hoppers, control pump and drive motors. For more information, call 320/589-7085 or visit www.superior-ind.com.

Superior Industries has a new addition to its line of RazerTail truck unloaders.

Grasan Unveils 3000-Tph Tracked Impact Crusher Plant Grasan has a new, custom designed, tracked The new plant measures 47 ft. (14 m) high, 39 ft. (11.9 m) 3,000-tons-per-hour (2,721 t) horizontal wide, 122 ft., [37 m] long (183 ft. (55.7 m) with discharge impactor plant for aggregate crushing operaconveyor) and weighs 1.2 million lb. (5.4 million kg). tions. Designated the KRHT-60E, the plant utilizes a New Holland type Williams 3-blow-bar impact crusher with Williams 6 by 50 ft. (1.8 by 15 m) apron feeder and Simplicity 7 by 20 ft. (2 by 6 m) grizzly bar scalping screen that can handle material up to 60 in. (152 cm) lump size. The new plant measures 47 ft. (14 m) high, 39 ft. (11.9 m) wide, 122 ft., (37 m) long (183 ft. [55.7 m] with discharge conveyor) and weighs 1.2 million lb. (5.4 million kg). The 120-ton (109 t) hopper is 24 ft. (7.3 m) wide, 29 ft. (8.8 m) long, and 9.5 ft. (3 m) high. A built-on BTI hydraulic hammer breaks up oversize incoming materials. conveyor is powered by twin 100-hp (74.5 kW) electric The plant was custom designed and built by Grasan for a motors. large quarry in the southeastern United States. The PC-based electrical control system monitors every The chassis mounting consists of two pairs of custom function of the crushing plant and will shut it down if any designed B9 tracks with 40 in. (101 cm) wide smooth pads problem occurs. The system includes Allen Bradley fulland self-leveling stabilizer legs. The twin-track unit is pow- voltage and redundant motor starters: 4,161-volt for motors ered by two 300-hp (223 kW) electric motors, travels at .5 200 hp (149 kW) and over; 480-volt for all others. The plant mph (.8 kmh), and can turn at various angles up to 90 has the same kind of sophisticated filtering and sensing sysdegrees. tem as an aircraft, according to the manufacturer. And outThe standard Williams crusher design has been modified side programmers can access the system from a remote locato enlarge the hydraulic inlet opening for easier maintenance tion for troubleshooting if necessary. and replacement of the 1,000-lb. blow bars. Two 500-hp “This is the latest in a line of big, tracked crushing plants (373 kW) electric motors supply power for the 3,000-tph we’re custom designing for customers; and each one could impactor. The 60 in. by 75 ft. (152 cm by 23 m) discharge end up being a one-of-a-kind machine,” said Grasan Vice

President Ed Eilenfeld Jr. “However, each custom-built machine could also provide the basis for a similar or even somewhat different machine that could be right for other customers’ operations. We can incorporate a variety of types of equipment by various manufacturers to meet our customers’ precise needs and preferences. “Grasan can do material analysis, product specifications tests and system capacity checks, as well as flow charts to show how the system will work — including all components and their production capacities,” Eilenfeld added. “And we’ll specify equipment, itemize costs, and spell out options to show costs versus benefits.” For more information, call 419/526-4440 or visit www.grasan.com.


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Systems and supplies for the aggregate, asphalt and recycling industries Track Mounted Crushers & Screens 2008 Metso Nordberg LT105 Track Mounted Jaw Crusher (28” x 42” ), 12 CY Hopper, Grizzly feeder, Side conveyor, Extended main conveyor, magnet, CAT engine. POR

2008 Metso Nordberg LT106 Track Mounted Jaw Crusher (28” x 42” ), 12 CY Hopper, Grizzly feeder, Side conveyor, Extended main conveyor, magnet, CAT engine. POR

2010 Metso Nordberg LT200HP Track Mounted Cone Crusher (HP200), 6.5 CY Hopper, Belt feeder, Metal detector, CAT engine. POR

2003 Metso Nordberg LT300HP Track Mounted Cone Crusher (HP300), Belt feeder, CAT engine. POR

Wheel Mounted Crushers Metso Nordberg HP300CC Closed Circuit Cone Plant, Metso HP300 Cone, Metso 6x20 3-Shaft Triple deck screen, Triple axle chassis, Hydraulic leveling, Electrical controls. POR

Metso Nordberg NW400HP-RD Rear Discharge Cone Plant, Metso HP400 Cone, Single motor, Feed basket, Triple axle chassis, Hydraulic leveling, Electrical controls. POR

Metso Nordberg NW125-VF20 Chassis Mounted Jaw Crusher (37"x49"), C125 Jaw w/hyd. adjust, 20 ft Feeder, Quad axle chassis, Hydraulic leveling, Electrical controls. POR

Conveyors Superior Stackable Plus Conveyor(s) (30" x 60'), Electric drive. POR

Superior Radial Stacking Conveyor(s) (36" x 60'), Electric drive. POR

Superior Radial Stacking Conveyor (36" x 60'), Hydraulic drive. POR

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Sandvik Launches TIM3D Navigation for Surface Drilling

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

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

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Sandvik’s TIM3D navigation system for surface drilling uses satellite navigation to guide the starting point and the correct course of drilling in accordance with the drilling plan. It significantly improves drilling accuracy and efficiency in quarrying, construction and open pit mining applications, according to the manufacturer. Sandvik TIM3D is a drill rig navigation system that brings drilling rigs into the realm of 3D machine automation. It is an operator aid consisting of three essential operations: rig navigation, feed alignment and drilling. The TIM3D navigation system improves hole quality and hole position accuracy, translating into better fragmentation and decreased amount of boulders and fines. This results in increased efficiency in the production process, both in crushing, and loading and hauling. The system also eliminates the need for surveying and any hole marks, and correspondingly the risk for marking errors, significantly speeding up drilling production. Due to a modern and clear user interface, the system is easy to use, according to the manufacturer. Based on multi-satellite RTK GNSS navigation, TIM3D is compatible with GPS and GLONASS satellite systems. The navigation uses drilling plans made either with standard office programs or with the system itself. The plan is imported to the rig with USB memory in IREDES standard format, containing the target coordinates in three dimensions. Local base station, or VRS correction, keeps navigation accuracy within 10 centimeters. TIM3D system compares the position of the drill bit with the planned hole position and guides the operator to the correct starting point of the chosen hole. During drilling, the operator can follow the penetration rate and hole depth, distance to target, number of required holes and current feed alignment. The system stops drilling automatically at the target depth. The system also shows the status of the holes with color codes. TIM3D allows the operator to deviate from the drill plan if needed, for example due to an infeasible planned starting point. Despite the modification, the hole bottom remains as planned: TIM3D system automatically calculates a new course based on the actual starting point of the hole. The drilling data — the actual parameters — are stored in the system memory, from where it can be imported to various programs, such as blasting simulation. The data includes a quality report, position and depth of the drilled holes, drilling time, and start and end points. The TIM3D navigation system is available for Sandvik DPi and DX series surface top hammer drill rigs.

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Package Price Deal - Both Machines Only $197,500 Extec C-10 Jaw Crusher

2004 Model with Approx. 3010 Hrs, Hyd. Jaw Crusher with Reversible Jaw Feature, Side Discharge Dirt Conveyor, Grizzly Vibrating Feeder. Machine Ready to Crush! Location: Virginia. Price to Sell $125,900

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Extec S-4 Screen

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

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


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

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

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


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

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LIUGONG is the number one largest manufacturer of Wheel Loaders in the world. • Powered by Cummins engines and ZF transmissions and axles • Integrated world class components • Computer monitoring system • Rigid frame for tough working conditions • 2 to 8 yard machines available

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Baschmann Services Inc. 1101 Maple Road Elma, NY 14059 716-655-1101 716-655-0374 Fax www.baschmann.com

Westchester Tractor, Inc. 60 International Blvd. Brewster, NY 10509 845-278-7766 845-278-4431 Fax www.wtractor.com

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New Holland Construction Announces 2011 Extreme Dream Contest Winner New Holland Construction and Turf magazine named Brandon Vaughan, Toms Creek Nursery and Landscaping, Denton, N.C., as the winner of the “2011 Extreme Dream contest.” The grand prize — a New Holland L218 skid steer loader worth more than $35,000 — was presented to Vaughan during an award ceremony on Oct. 26 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville, Ky., in conjunction with the 2011 GIE+EXPO. Sponsored by New Holland Construction, the contest showcased the best landscape design/build projects of the year across the United States and Canada. Joining Vaughan for the award ceremony were fellow contest semi-finalists Mike Dasilva, Paradise Views Landscaping, Etobicoke, Ontario, and Brett Parks, Not Just a Garden Center, Vaughan created an area for entertaining and relaxing, complete with stone patios, a curved path leading down to the Mishawaka, Ind. “Every extreme landscape design/build project water’s edge and a large, tiled fireplace. starts with a dream, and with a talented landscaping contractor who makes that dream come true,” said Dave field every day, it also celebrates the launch of our 200 Series December, marketing manager, New Holland Construction. skid steer loaders,” December said. “The 200 Series skid “On behalf of New Holland Construction, we are pleased to steer loaders have been engineered from the ground up to honor Brandon Vaughan as the winner of the 2011 Extreme help New Holland customers work faster, smarter and more Dream contest, and we congratulate Mike Dasilva, Brett profitably.” New Holland Construction’s leadership in the skid steer Parks and the other contestants for their extremely unique loader category began in 1972 with the introduction of the projects.” Vaughan said his winning project was one of the more L35 — the industry’s first skid steer loader with roll-over challenging hardscape projects he has ever worked on. His protective structures (ROPS) and a vertical lift boom system. company, Toms Creek Nursery and Landscaping, was tasked Since then, New Holland Construction has produced more by its client to create a large outdoor entertainment space than 200,000 skid steer loaders for customers in the landalongside a home undergoing a complete remodel. The chal- scaping, agricultural and construction markets. To participate in the 2011 Extreme Dream contest, landlenge for Vaughan was that the area to the left of the house provided the sole access to a lake. The property line on the scape designers and contractors across North America were other side of the house did not provide enough room for required to register online and provide a detailed summary of their biggest, best and/or most challenging landscape project, access. Vaughan and his team hauled in 150 cu. yds. (114 cu m) along with photography showing the project from start to finof soil to level out the turf area, along with 25 triaxle loads ish. From March through September, the editors of Turf of boulders and 5,000 ft. (1,524 m) of irrigation piping. magazine and the moderators of LawnSite.com selected Vaughan created an area for entertaining and relaxing, com- entries to be voted on by members of LawnSite. Monthly plete with stone patios, a curved path leading down to the winners were selected based on the most votes received by members of LawnSite. water’s edge and a large, tiled fireplace. Each of the six monthly winners received a $100 gift card Toms Creek Nursery and Landscaping specializes in landscape design, plants, hardscaping, irrigation, lighting and to use at their preferred New Holland dealer. For more information, visit www.newholland.com. water features. The company’s craftsmen have been creating stone patios for nearly 30 years. Dasilva and his crew at Paradise Views Landscaping worked in a very tight back yard — approximately 30 by 25 ft. (9 by 7.6 m) — to create a paved patio, complete with pergola and a water feature. Dasilva also crafted a paved front entrance and driveway. Parks and his team at Not Just a Garden Center removed an old deck and landscape to create a backyard retreat, complete with new plantings, lighting and a custom designed pergola, outdoor kitchen and unique pondless waterfall and natural gas firepit. Parks brought in more than 40 tons (36 t) of base material and 20 skids of block by hand with a wheelbarrow. “Not only does the 2011 Extreme Dream contest Toms Creek Nursery and Landscaping, was tasked by its client illustrate New Holland Construction’s commitment to create a large outdoor entertainment space alongside a to the hard-working landscape contractors in the home undergoing a complete remodel.

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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TR-26 Withstands Rigors of Myriad Drilling Conditions

ANDERSON EQUIPMENT COMPANY 800/414-4554 Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Cambridge Springs Clarion Clearfield Somerset

New York Buffalo Albany Endicott Olean

ASPHALT CARE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES www.asphaltcare.com 2765 Galloway Road Bensalem, PA 19020 215/639-9800 • 800/223-1202 Fax: 215/639-9802

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West Virginia Charleston Fairmont

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STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC. www.stephensonequipment.com Prospect Park, PA Lancaster, PA Syracuse, NY 800/220-4033 877/503-4307 800/368-6455 610/534-0700 Wilkes-Barre, PA Albany, NY Harrisburg, PA 866/667-6756 518/357-2200 800/325-6455 Pittsburgh, PA 800/692-7600

Along with most business owners, foundation and caisson drilling companies are doing their best to reduce costs during these stressful economic times. One way to make an improvement to the bottom line, would be to use Errickson’s TR-26 casing advancement system, which allows users to advance casing and hammer through rock, simultaneously. Manufactured in the United States, the Errickson casing advancement system is engineered to include large tapered roller bearings, Martin sprockets, Brovini drive motors and Garlock sealing. Each unit is hand built under the direction of its designer, Jon Errickson. He also maintains an extensive manufacturing facility with all the equipment and skill to keep each unit in house, from start to finish. “Since 1977, we have drilled in almost all geological conditions,” said Errickson, who owns and operates Precision Drilling Inc., a New Jerseybased foundation drilling company. “I’ve spent an enormous amount of The Errickson TR-26 casing advancement allows advancing the casing and time and effort leading up to our TR-26 system hammer through rock simultaneously. prototype, and feel we’ve finally put together a unit that can withstand the rigors of any drilling condition. I’ve even these plays a role in arriving at the required included a fully adjustable 140-4 roller chain torque specification. “We start by asking our customer two to increase the unit’s durability. It was imporimportant questions: Their machine’s tant to create a unit without boundaries.” Once the prototype was completely tested hydraulic specifications, which will power and approved by Errickson, he designed a our unit, and how much torque they need. smaller, less expensive unit, to be primarily Then, it’s off to the drawing board to deterused by the well drilling industry. He repli- mine how to get there.” According to Errickson, the possibilities cated his component choices to the larger are endless. design. “The only part of our TR units that can be “We have two bullet-proof case sizes,” said Errickson. “The larger, or the TR-26 considered ‘standard’, are the cases. All the case, will allow you to drive from 6 inch up components within are ‘customer and rigto 26 inch casing, and the smaller TR-16 specific’.” Errickson’s TR units can be mounted on unit, for 6 inch to 16 inch casing. You simply need to change the jaw sets for the new cas- excavators and lead systems, as well as drill ing being used. It only takes about five min- rigs. The installation also requires a mounting plate, allowing the unit to bolt on to the utes with regular hand tools.” Included in the purchase price is one jaw customer’s equipment. Errickson supplies a set size of your choice. Other size jaw sets pre-drilled plate, once given an accurate bolt are manufactured on site and are readily configuration. In addition, they manufacture rotational and non-rotational diverters, helpavailable. “The addition of our CADD-controlled ing to localize spoils. “We’ve recently completed a box lead plasma machine has enabled us to cut with greater precision, provide a better product system, utilizing a TR-26,” said Errickson. and eliminate outsourcing,” said Errickson. “It’s controlled remotely and run by a power “Many parts, even our 3 inch thick T-1 jaws, pack. All they need is a crane to hold the leads at whatever angle they need. We supare professionally cut using this machine.” The torque of each unit is derived from ply everything else. We’re anticipating a the combination of planetary gears, the strong rental market for those.” For more information, call 800/691-9166 hydraulic drive motor, and the customersupplied hydraulic GPM and PSI. Each of or visit www.erricksonequipment.com.


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EMPIRE CRANE CO. 7021 Performance Drive N. Syracuse, NY 13212 315/458-4101 Fax: 315/458-3169 Boston, MA 508/868-7734

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Snow and Ice Section Skid Steer Snow Removal Attachments: Right Conditions, Right Size, Right Application By Joe Budde

a traditional blade or pull material away from a barrier. Their design is effective for sidewalks, driveways and parking lots or pulling material With winter right around the corner, it is away from barriers like curbing, fenctime to dust off your skid steer snow attaching or building exteriors. The comments and take inventory to confirm you mon in-cab advanced hydraulic conhave the necessary equipment to meet the trols attach into the wire harness on season’s demands. From blades and your skid steer and are used to posisweepers to pushes, snow blowers tion the blade as needed for a wide and buckets, understanding the uses range of conditions and applications. and benefits of each is crucial to have Snow pushes are effective in applia productive and efficient snow cations where material needs to be removal team. Weather conditions, pushed or piled and come in sizes application requirements and size are Snow blades come in widths of 60 in. to ranging from 10 to 12 ft. (3 to 3.6 m) all important factors in deciding what 12 ft. (152 cm to 3.6 m) with 8-ft. (2.4 wide and 30 to 48 in. (76 to 122 cm) snow removal attachments you need m) blades being the most common on high. The box construction gathers to move more snow faster. skid steers. the material inside as you move for“Depending on your location and ward making it ideal for greater the snow conditions there, you will where you need it to go. They also depths of snow while also having the strucneed a particular attachment to can blow snow into trucks that can ture to take on heavy, wet material. Because address the difficulties each type of haul away the material. If using a it has no moving parts, it is a cost effective snow poses,” said Dave Aldrich, dealer development and service man- Depending on your location and the snow conditions snow blower on material high in snow removal tool. Options on some snow pushes provide ager of FFC Attachments, a Paladin there, you will need a particular attachment to moisture it is important to check the address the difficulties each type of snow poses. shoot often for clogging. If not another method for removing snow from Construction Group company. cleaned properly before storage, the buildings, fences and confined areas. “Snow accumulation with a lot of snow and ice in or on the unit can “Buckets, blades and snow blowers create moisture is much heavier in weight a strong foundation of equipment that can while light, dry snow can be swept away. used for depths up to 3 in. (7.6 cm) and while freeze and cause damage. handle a variety of conditions and applicaDeep snow needs to be removed or piled in they work best on dry snow, variable speeds Heavy, Wet Snow Fall tions,” said Aldrich. “Depending on your order to create the necessary path clearance. allow for snow with moderate moisture to be While buckets come in all sizes and can geographical location, you may need to Uneven terrain, confined spaces, barriers swept away as well. Polywire brushes pick and highly traveled areas create other obsta- up compacted snow and penetrate into con- be used on any amount of snow accumula- expand your inventory to include other cles that can be overcome with a versatile crete grooves and pavement to more effec- tion or moisture, dedicated snow buckets are attachments, such as sweepers, pushes and tively remove all snow and restore traction. the required attachment for piling thick, wet high-tech blades, based on the regional inventory.” Wet snow is harder to sweep but running at snow. The moisture that can plug a snow weather conditions. If you are unsure about a higher speed with an angle or open broom blower is easily picked up and carried in a the issues your snow removal team may face Light, Dry Snow Fall bucket. The design of a bucket provides the this season, contact your local dealer and Snow blades come in widths of 60 in. to will help these conditions. Sweepers are appropriate in areas where strength to pick up heavy material that other they will help you get the proper type of 12 ft. (152 cm to 3.6 m) with 8-ft. (2.4 m) attachment for your snow conditions, appliblades being the most common on skid snow has been primarily removed but the snow attachments can’t handle. One caution when using a bucket is the cations and skid steer size.” steers. They are ideal for light, dry snow on conditions call for a cleaner surface, or on (Joe Budde is the light construction marroadways, in residential areas or business heavily traveled roadways/sidewalks where importance of weight relationship between the bucket and your skid steer. For instance ket manager of Paladin Construction the snow has been compacted. parking lots. if you put a two-yard bucket on a 1,500-lb. Group, which includes FFC Snow A snow blade can move snow up to 6 in. (680 kg) skid steer and overload it with Attachments, based in Dexter, Mich. For Heavy, Dry Snow Fall (15 cm) deep straight forward or to the side more information about FFC Snow For snow depths over 2 ft. (.6 m), snow snow, you may tip over your skid steer. using a 30-degree angle to the left or right Attachments, visit www.paladinconstrucbased on where you want the snow placed. blowers create the best solution to relocate When angled, the snow rolls from the for- the material so the path can be cleared. The Versatility in Depth and Moisture tiongroup.com.) High-tech blades operate in a variety of (This story also can be found on ward most edge of the curved blade and is typical in-cab electrically controlled placed by the rear most edge. 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Kioti Snowblowers Enhance Tractor Attachment Kioti Tractor has expanded its implement and attachment lines to include three front mount snowblower models. The new implements are designed to fit Kioti’s entire CK line of compact tractors ranging from 20 to 35 hp (15 to 26 kW), as well as its DKSE models in the 40 to 50 hp (30 to 37 kW) range. All of the new front mount snowblowers are powered off the tractor’s mid-mount PTO and are secured to a special sub-frame that includes a quick attachment system, giving the operator optimal flexibility and enhanced productivity. Adjustable lateral skid shoes are standard on the KS66220FM and KS72-220FM, while offered as an option on the smaller KS54-180FM model. These two-stage snow movers are available in three operating widths — 54, 66 and 72 in. (137, 167 and 183 cm) — to suit a combination of applications and to fit a wide-range of tractors. The new implements are designed to fit Kioti’s entire CK line of compact tractors ranging from 20 to 35 Center-balanced 14 or 15 in. hp (15 to 26 kW), as well as its DKSE models in the 40 to 50 hp (30 to 37 kW) range.

(35.5 or 38 cm) diameter augers move snow quickly and effortlessly to a centerpoint discharge window, where a high-speed, four-blade fan moves it directly to the discharge chute. Reversible/replaceable carbon steel cutting edges are standard on the larger models. The discharge chute itself is hydraulically driven. This smooth-operating chute rotates up to 282 degrees, giving the operator a wide range of discharge options. The chute rotates on a high modulus polyethylene bushing that provides smooth, long-lasting operation. The chute discharge deflection angle may be manually adjusted. This is a standard feature on all three models. Both hydraulic and electric deflectors, controlled at the operator station, are available as options. The latter is powered by the DC electrical system of the tractor. For more information, call 877/465-4684 or visit www.KIOTI.com.

Multi-Functional FFC V-Blade Reinvents Snow Removal The FFC V-Blade manufactured by Paladin Construction Group attaches to skid steers and compact wheel loaders up to operating weights of 13,200 lb. (5,987 kg). The FFC VBlade adjusts to achieve straight, left/right, scoop or V-position, providing the versatility needed to efficiently remove snow from walks, driveways and parking lots. It comes in blade widths ranging from 60 to 120 in. (152 to 305 cm) and is available with a hydraulic sequencing valve or Paladin’s electrohydraulic system, which improves blade control and independent blade function, according to the manufacturer. The FFC V-Blade offers a reversible cutting edge designed to deliver greater wear life than traditional cutting edges. Fully adjustable skid shoes allow the user to match operations to varying job conditions, while top and side pinch guards increase safety and keep the pivot area free of debris. The FFC V-Blade is engineered with fewer components and less hardware than other adjustable snow blades, making it up to 200 lbs. (91 kg) lighter than competitive models and easier to maneuver. In addition, the design incorporates a robust central ball joint that allows for improved multiaxial movement. For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit www.paladinconstructiongroup.com.

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Genesis Attachments Grapple Reduces Maintenance, Increases Durability Genesis Attachments announced major enhancements to its orange-peel type scrap grapples designed to reduce maintenance, improve durability, lower operating costs and enhance safety. Available in four models ranging in capacity from .75 to 1.5 cu. yds. (.6 to 1.3 cu m), Dan Raihala, Genesis design engineer, said customers can expect more productivity from this market-leading design. “We looked hard at our original design and listened to customer feedback to identify areas in which improvements could be made,” he said. “The first was in the area of maintenance. The new design features composite bearings with dust seals at all pivot points, leaving only the rotation bearing to grease. The heavy-duty cylinder

guarding system, designed to protect the cylinders and internal components, is easily removed for maintenance.” Other changes Raihala cited include reverse-mounted cylinders to protect rods from damage, large-bore hydraulic cylinders to maximize clamping force, and long-life, abrasion-resistant steel tips that are easily replaced with a simple perimeter weld. “We also recognized that our customers want a choice in tines, and Genesis now offers the widest variety,” he said. “We provide flat bottom or pointed tine shapes and augment them with three spade types — half-, narrow- and wide-width — to meet specific application needs.”

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ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. Purchases 18 New Link-Belt Cranes ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. has added 18 new Link-Belt models, including six RTC-80110 telescopic boom rough terrain cranes and eight 238 HSL lattice boom crawler cranes. The new cranes will be delivered and distributed among several of ALL’s branch yards next year, beginning in February and continuing through September 2012. The 110-ton (100 t), three-axle Link-Belt RTC-80110 Series II is Link-Belt’s newest rough terrain crane. The four units will be delivered from March through July 2012. The RTC-80110 Series II features improved capacity and a fivesection, full power boom (40 to 150 ft. [12.2 to 45.7 m]) fabricated from ultra-high-strength steel in Link-Belt’s own facility. The 80110 also features a Cummins Tier IVi/Euro Stage IIIB emissions-compliant engine. The 80110 is the only 110-ton RT that can be transported with its tires attached. It can be disassembled and ready for transport in less than one hour with no helper crane, saving time moving from job to job and saving on labor costs, according to the manufacturer. The 150-ton (137 t) Link-Belt 238 HSL lattice boom crawlers will arrive at ALL from February through September 2012. The 238 HSL features a 50- to 260-ft. (15.24 to 79.25 m) main tube boom and offers a 230 + 80 ft. (70.10 + 24.38 m) maximum boom and jib combination. The 150-ton class of crawlers will help support the general construction market, from bridge construction to steel erection. Rounding out the 18-crane Link-Belt purchase are three 75-ton (68 t) TCC-750 telescopic crawler cranes, and one HTC-3140 LB (long boom) truck crane. The TCC-750s have 115 ft. (35 m) of main boom, 58 ft. (17.6 m) of swingaway jib, and capacity that makes them indispensable for wind turbine erection. The HTC-3140 LB is newly redesigned for 2012 with a host of new features and the latest emissions technology. “Link-Belt is a superior brand, and we are pleased to Can’t Find Parts? be offering these new high-

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Komptech Committed to Waste Handling, RDF Industries Komptech serves the waste handling and RDF industries with machines for shredding, grinding, separating and compost turning. Founded in 1992 in Austria, the company is represented throughout the world. Komptech USA in Denver, Colo., has been serving the North American market since 2007. Komptech invests seven percent of revenues in R&D and continually brings out new developments. Today, with more than 3,000 machines delivered in more than 50 countries, Komptech USA has dealers with local parts and service across the country, as well as a full parts stock and service operation centrally located in Denver. The Komptech Principle According to the manufacturer, it has two key questions it asks itself: “Can our customers do better business with our machines?” and “How can we make life easier for our customers?” “With this focus on customer value, we constantly test the limits of what is possible,” said Todd Dunderdale, director of sales. “The result has been consistent leading-edge performance across the

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Chicago Pneumatic BRK 55 hydraulic breakers are a practical choice for a broad range of road building and maintenance applications. Delivering 1,450 blows per minute, the BRK 55 delivers power and performance working on asphalt, concrete or frozen soil. Chicago Pneumatic BRK 55 hydraulic breakers feature a slim design, giving operators an effective line of sight to the working tool point, boosting productivity, according to the manufacturer. Operators are able to get to work quickly because the BRK 55’s hoses are fitted with flat face HTMA quick release couplings for fast, easy connections in all work environments. The couplings are designed to fight the dust and dirt that can build up on work sites. The BRK 55 is well balanced and is without external side bolts or other protruding machine parts that can come into contact with the operator, further improving comfort and productivity. These units can be used with both 8 gal.

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2012 FLORIDA Contractor Associations Meetings Postings: Florida Prestress Concrete Association Winter Meeting, February 8 and 9, 2012, Lake Mary, FL. 2012 FTBA Construction Conference to be held March 20 and 21, 2012 - Double Tree Hotel in Orlando, FL. Location: Doubletree by Hilton at the Entrance to Universal Orlando 5780 Major Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32819. For more information please call 407-351-1000. 2012 Annual Asphalt Contractors Association of Florida Convention, June 21 to 23, 2012 at Orlando World Center Marriott, Orlando, FL. 2012 Annual Asphalt Contractors Association of Florida Convention, July 19 to 21, 2012 at UUCF Convention, The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, Orlando, FL.


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KOMATSU WA250 OR 350 | 40 TO 50K USD RANGE DECENT CONDITION AND HOURS ConTaCT: jaCK KElly PhonE: 512 233 9138 Fax: 512 233 0665 EMaIl: jaCK0440@hoTMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED CONSTRUCTION AND ROAD MACHINES (WE BUY FOR OUR STOCK TIME TO TIME) CAT 950B,E & 966D,F CAT 140G S/N:10,000 UP. DYNAPAC CA251D, CA262D,CA301D [PAD FOOT TYPE ALSO WORKS] JCB TELEHANDLER 550 YEAR 1999~2005 HITACHI EXCAVATOR EX200-1, EX100WD-1, EX60WD-1, UH07-7, UH083 IF AVAILABLE ANY TIME CONTACT ME. ConTaCT: aaaKRaM Khan PhonE: +92-300-283-10-78 EMaIl: InFo@IuKCo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZER KOMASTU 375A 1 OR 2 3 WITH RIPPER ConTaCT: jEan MauRICE BouTIn PhonE: 1 450 346 8975 EMaIl: jEanMauRICEBouTIn @BulldozERjM.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 6 SPOOL CONTROL VALVE FOR FORD BACKHOE | HI, I HAVE AN OLD FORD BACKHOE 755 SERIES, I BELIEVE, WHICH IS ON A 1968 FORD 3500 3 CYL GAS INDUSTRIAL TRACTOR, AND I AM LOOKING FOR A 6 SPOOL VALVE FOR IT; THE ORIGINAL ONE IS MISSING. SOMEONE COBBLED UP 2 SEPARATE 3 SPOOL VALVES IN SERIES ON IT WHICH DOES NOT WORK. IM SURE I COULD FIT A VALVE FROM ANOTHER MAKE OR MODEL IF IT CAME TO THAT. I LIVE AT WADDELL AZ 85355. ConTaCT: BaRRy hoEy PhonE: 251-504-5587 EMaIl: BaRRyhoEy1@gMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 950B & 950G | NEED 950B, 950G, MODEL 1998, 2000. IF YOU HAVE PLEASE SEND DETAILS & PICTURES. NEED CONTRACTOR OWNED & WHOLESALE PRICES. THANKS ConTaCT: MaRK EMaIl: aaMaRK.salE@gMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI EX200 | WE NEED HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200,OFFER US & SEND DETAILS, PICTURES & YOUR PRICE. ConTaCT: naqIB Khan PhonE: +92-333-3298751 EMaIl: naqIB_Khan73@yahoo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HEAVY EPT SERVICE MANUALS | WE BUY HEAVY EQUIPMENT SERVICE MANUALS, PARTS MANUALS AND OPERATOR MANUALS. ConTaCT: aaRon hayEs PhonE: 503-572-4169 Fax: 503-460-0169 EMaIl: BuyIngoEM@gMaIl.CoM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

CAT 950F LOADER ConTaCT: ousMan dIallo PhonE: 00233[o]244080567 EMaIl: dIalloousMan@yahoo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EXTEC C10 TRACK JAW | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR WORK READY ConTaCT: RIChaRd PhonE: 603 828-6100 EMaIl: CMIEquIP@yahoo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRANE, ROUGH TERRAIN | I AM LOOKING FOR A GROVE ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE 1994 OR NEWER 18 TO 30 TON. WHOLESALE PRICES ONLY PLEASE. ConTaCT: TIM hEndRICKs PhonE: 7703137562 EMaIl: TIMoThy.hEndRICKs@gMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BUCKETS WANTED !!! WE WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE IN THE NEXT 30 DAYS A BUCK OF ANY WIDTH FOR A 325 AND/OR A 330. PLEASE CALL IF YOU HAVE ONE. ConTaCT: MIKE PIEPER PhonE: 319-372-2276 Fax: 319-372-2277 EMaIl: PI2279@yahoo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING TO PURCHASE A CATERPILLAR 939C CRAWLER LOADER WITH A HYSTAT TRANSMISSION AND A 4-IN-1 MP BUCKET. PREFER MACHINE LOCATED IN S.E. UNITED STATES (FLORIDA AREA) PRICED AT OR UNDER $17,500. ConTaCT: WaRREn EMaIl: TWoPETIEs@aol.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE BUY HEAVY EQUIPMENT SERVICE MANUALS, PARTS MANUALS AND OPERATOR MANUALS. ConTaCT: aaRon hayEs PhonE: 503-572-4169 Fax: 503-460-0169 EMaIl: BuyIngoEM@gMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 950F LOADER ConTaCT: ousMan dIallo PhonE: 00233[o]244080567 EMaIl: dIalloousMan@yahoo.CoM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WE BUY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT IN USA • CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS - CAT 938 G YEAR 2000-2006 - CAT 950 G YEAR 2000-2006 VOLVO WHEEL LOADER - VOLVO L90C YEAR 1996-1999 - VOLVO L90D YEAR 2000-2003 - VOLVO L90E YEAR 2000-2010 - VOLVO L120 C YEAR 1996-1999 - VOLVO L150 C YEAR 1996 TO 1999 CATERPILLAR EXCAVATOR - CAT 325BL YEAR 1996-2000 CATERPILLAR BACKHOE - CAT 420 D YEAR 2003 TO 2007 - CAT 420 D IT YEAR 2003 TO 2007 CATERPILLAR BULLDOZER - CAT D6R XL YEAR 2000 TO 2006 - CAT D6R LGP YEAR 2000 TO 2006 - CAT D6R YEAR 2000 TO 2006 ConTaCT: julIo uRIBE EMaIl: CMj.IMPoRT03@hoTMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE NEED HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200, OFFER US & SEND DETAILS, PICTURES & YOUR PRICE. ConTaCT: naqIB Khan PhonE: +92-333-3298751 EMaIl: naqIB_Khan73@yahoo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EXTEC C10 TRACK JAW • LATE MODEL LOW HOUR WORK READY ConTaCT: RIChaRd PhonE: 603-828-6100 EMaIl: CMIEquIP@yahoo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT WHEEL LOADER OLDER MODEL • WE WANT TO BUY USED CAT WHEEL LOADER YEAR MODEL 1976-1990. OFFER US YOUR EQUIPMENT WITH PICTURES, SERIAL NUMBERS ConTaCT: MR. MaTTo PhonE: 510-472-9406 Fax: 415-455-9945 EMaIl: MosIuhWu123@yahoo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRANE, ROUGH TERRAIN | I AM LOOKING FOR A GROVE ROUGH TERRAIN CRANE 1994 OR NEWER 18 TO 30 TON. WHOLESALE PRICES ONLY PLEASE. THANKS ConTaCT: TIM hEndRICKs PhonE: 770-313-7562 EMaIl: TIMoThy.hEndRICKs@ gMaIl.CoM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Call Stu Harris For Alex Lyon’s Atlantic City Auction on December 17th 856/429-9149

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WE NEED THE FOLLOWING USED EQUIPMENT, CAT WHEEL LOADERS 966D, 966E & CAT MOTORGRADERS 14G. ConTaCT: hIdayaT Masood PhonE: +92-345-8818803 EMaIl: hIdayaTMasood@gMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 900 MM SHOE KOMATSU PART # 20Y32-31330 FOR A PCLC8 ConTaCT: RoBERTo j PalaCIos PhonE: 786-287-7056 Fax: 305-573-7038 EMaIl: CaRgoaWayCoRP@lIvE.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2004 CAT BULLDOZER D6R FROM 50,000 USD PhonE: 2540729088788 EMaIl: luCCInda20@yahoo.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE BUY CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY FROM ANY LOCATIONS OF UNITED STATES (ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES) | CATERPILLAR WHEELLOADERS - CAT 938 G YEAR 2000-2006 - CAT 950 G YEAR 2000-2006 VOLVO WHEEL LOADER - VOLVO L90C YEAR 1996-1999 - VOLVO L90D YEAR 2000-2003 - VOLVO L90E YEAR 2000-2010 - VOLVO L120 C YEAR 1996-1999 - VOLVO L150 C YEAR 1996 TO 1999 CATERPILLAR EXCAVATOR - CAT 325BL YEAR 1996-2000 CATERPILLAR BACKHOE - CAT 420 D YEAR 2003 TO 2007 - CAT 420 D IT YEAR 2003 TO 2007 CATERPILLAR BULLDOZER - CAT D6R XL YEAR 2000 TO 2006 - CAT D6R LGP YEAR 2000 TO 2006 - CAT D6R YEAR 2000 TO 2006 ConTaCT: julIo uRIBE PhonE: 511998227207 EMaIl: CMj.IMPoRT@hoTMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOBELCO SK80CS HYD PUMP | LOOKING FOR HYD PUMP FOR KOBELCO SK80CS NABCO LF30V00001F1 A1 2 0009 ConTaCT: MICK PhonE: 352-527-0072 EMaIl: MICK.FIElds@FIEldCo.BIz –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED EQUIPMENT | WE NEED CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & MACHINES. CAT EXCAVATOR YEAR 1965 TO 2002 KOMATSU EXCAVATOR YEAR 1970 TO 2004 CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS 1970 TO 2005 KATO EXCAVATOR YEAR MODEL 1970 TO 2003 KOBELCO EXCAVATOR YEAR MODEL 1970 TO 2005 SUMETOMO EXCAVATOR YEAR MODEL 1970 TO 2002 REGARD ZIA PhonE: +8801746804130 Fax: +88031`610890 EMaIl: zIaChyCTg79@hoTMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380 JG1 | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR WORK READY ConTaCT: RIChaRd PhonE: 603 828-6100 EMaIl: CMIsold@CoMCasT.nET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GENIE TRAILER MOUNTED Z-BOOMLIFTS=45 FEET WORKING HEIGHTS ConTaCT: FRanK EMaIl: KaFREna@aol.CoM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

HOLLAND TRANSPLANTER | ONE OR TWO ROW HOLLAND TRANSPLANTER WITH EITHER FINGERS OR CUPS IN GOOD WORKING ORDER. ConTaCT: BRandy REnaud EMaIl: BRandy.75@hoTMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TIRES FOR PAN/SCRAPERS | LOOKING FOR 33.25-29 TIRES FOR CAT 621-G PAN/SCRAPERS ConTaCT: EaRl TIPTon PhonE: 828 682-7714 x 11 Fax: 828 682-4145 EMaIl: ETIPTon@youngMCquEEn.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX 200 1 AND EX 300 1 | WE ARE LOOKING FOR HITACHI AND ALL OTHER USED CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY PLZ CHECK OUT MY WANTED MACHINES LIST ON HTTP://ABOUT.ME/IUKCO THANK YOU ConTaCT: IKRaM Khan PhonE: +92-333-55-55-360 EMaIl: IuK.IuKCo@gMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PILE HAMMERS | WE ARE SEEKING USED PILE HAMMERS. BRANDS DESIRED ARE ICE, MKT, APE, FOSTER AND/OR VULCAN. EMAIL PICS, SPECS AND PRICING TO JLAWSON29321@CHARTER.NET SEEKING TO PURCHASE WHOLESALE PRICED HAMMERS ONLY. ConTaCT: jEFF laWson PhonE: 864-542-4369 EMaIl: jlaWson29321@ChaRTER.nET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX 2001 AND EX 3001 ConTaCT: Khan PhonE: +92-333-5555-360 EMaIl: IuK.IuKCo@gMaIl.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYUNDAI | 2006 0R NEWER HYUNDAI 360 EXCAVATOR. LONG STICK PREFERED BUT NOT REQUIRED, E-MAIL PICTURES AND HOURS WITH PRICE ConTaCT: BEauFoRd MullIns PhonE: 260 497 0500 Fax: 260 490 8217 EMaIl: BEauFoRd@KoRTEBRos.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PICK UP TRUCK TO USED CNG FUIL | I NEED SMALL PICK UP TRUCK FOR NATURAL GAS OR CNG . ConTaCT: louIs CaRMona PhonE: 917 517 1117 Fax: 917 517 1117 EMaIl: vanCasaCxa@aol.CoM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– AERIAL LIFT PLATFORM ConTaCT: RaI PhonE: 00 33 614 287 264 EMaIl: RaIh@FREE.FR –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT BRAND SKID STEER LOADERS AND MINI EXCAVATORS **WANTED** CONTRACTORS ONLY PLEASE NO DEALERS ConTaCT: WaRREn EMaIl: TWoPETIEs@aol.CoM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ISSA Announces Annual Workshop, Convention Plans

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ALEX LYON & SON SALES MANAGERS & AUCTIONEERS, INC. Bridgeport, New York

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IMPORTANT AUCTIONS

Auction Calendar

Visit www.lyonauction.com for details... 1.

Wednesday, December 7: DALLAS (FT. WORTH), TEXAS: Late Model Cat, Komatsu, John Deere Construction Equipment, Aerials, Support, Trucks & Trailers.

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Wednesday, December 21: LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY: Secured Creditors Auction: Construction Equipment, Drilling Equipment, Support, Trucks & Trailers.

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The three-day Slurry Systems Workshop, held from Jan. 24 to 26 at the Texas Station Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev., is a study course targeted at operators and managers that offers a program on slurry and micro surfacing, chip sealing and crack treatment.

The International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA) announced its 25th annual Slurry Systems Workshop Jan. 24 to 26 in Las Vegas, Nev., and the Pavement Preservation & Recycling Alliance’s (PPRA) annual meeting Feb. 20 to 24 in Bonita Springs, Fla. These events will bring together members and industry professionals to discuss pavement preservation concepts and best practices. Benefits of attendance include networking, demonstrations and targeted topic sessions from qualified experts that will keep industry professionals abreast of new developments that may be valuable for future business expansion and pertinent customer satisfaction, according to the association. The three-day Slurry Systems Workshop, held from Jan. 24 to 26 at the Texas Station Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev., is a study course targeted at operators and managers that offers a program on slurry and micro surfacing, chip sealing and crack treatment. Along with “hands-on” operation demonstrations and workshop-type discussions with highly qualified professionals in the field, attendees will be able to view slurry and micro surfacing, chip sealing and crack treatment equipment. A certificate of achievement will be awarded to all participants at the completion of the program and through a partnership with the National Center for Pavement Preservation at Michigan State University, Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) will be awarded to qualified participants. ISSA’s 50th annual convention will be held at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point in Bonita Springs, Fla., in conjunction with its PPRA partners, the Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturers Association (AEMA) and the Asphalt Recycling & Reclaiming Association (ARRA) on Feb. 20 to 24. Three days of targeted topic sessions, solid technical presentations, camaraderie and networking with industry professionals are complemented by a little rest, relaxation and recreation. For more information, call 410/267-0023 or visit www.slurry.org.

Thursday, December 8: PARKERSBURG, WEST 11. Wednesday, December 28: TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA: VIRGINIA: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment, from 2 Major Job Construction, Logging, Truck Tractors, Dump & Utility Trucks, Completions. HILITES: (2) Cat D8T, Cat D8R, Cat D6R, Cat Support Equipment. 320DL, (2) Cat 420E, (2) Cat CS563E and Much More! 12. Friday, December 30: ALBANY (GREENWICH), 3. Friday, December 9: MANCHESTER, NEW NEW YORK: Rental Returns of New Holland, Kobelco, Cat HAMPSHIRE: Complete Liquidation of the Best Construction Construction Equipment, Support, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers. and Aggregate Equipment, Trucks & Trailers to be Sold in a Long Saturday, January 7: PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA: Time. HILITES INCLUDE: Cat D8R, JD 750J, JD 650J, JD 844J, 13. Cat 430E, (3) JD 160CLC, (2) Komatsu PC220LC, 2006-2005Very Large Job Completion. HILITES: Cat D8T, Cat 330DL, 2003-1999 Sterling triaxle Dump Trucks, Erin 150T Screening 2008 Cat 321DL, 2006 Extec C12 Crawler Crusher, Morbark 12ft. Plant, (2) Nordberg RD90. Trommel Screen, 2007 Cat 525C, 2006 Cat 525B, Cat 535B, Log 4.

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Saturday, December 10: RACINE, WISCONSIN: Late Model Earthmoving Equipment, Truck Tractors, Dump Trailers, Equipment Trailers, Campers.

Skidders, (2) American General 8x6 Winches, Truck Tractors, (2) IH Paystar 5070 (t/a) Dump Trucks, Cat 821C Loader. 14.

Tuesday, December 13: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS: Late Model Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Construction Equipment, Attachments, Support Equipment & Dump Trailers. Wednesday, December 14: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA: Rental Fleet Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers.

L220E, Volvo L70E, 2008-2006 Komatsu WA250L-5, Cat D9L, Cat D8L, Volvo A30C, (6x6), Hitachi ZX800, Cat 163H. 15-23.

Saturday, December 17: ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY: Rental Returns of Construction, Support Equipment, Attachments, Pickups, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers & More. HILITES: 2011-2010-2009 Cat 320DL, Over 30 Walking Floor & Dump Trailers.

Saturday, January 28 - Sunday, February 5:

KISSIMMEE (WINTER GARDEN), FLORIDA: 19th Annual

Thursday, December 15: ST LOUIS (SAUGET), ILLINOIS: Late Model Cat Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers. HILITES: Cat 330DL, (3) Cat 320DL, Cat 322CLLR, Cat 140M, Cat 12H, Cat 972H, Cat 953D, Cat 815F, Cat D8R. Friday, December 16: COLUMBUS, OHIO: Late Model Truck Tractors, Various Equipment Trailers: Walking Floors, Dumps, Drop Decks, Hi-Flats, Plus Construction Equipment.

Thursday, January 12: PORTLAND, OREGON: Major Job Completion Auction: HILITES: Cat 988F, Cat 988F, Volvo

Florida Sale! 9 DAYS OF SELLING PARADISE! THINK WARM - THINK FLORIDA!! Rental Returns of Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers, Support & Attachments. 24.

Saturday, April 21 & Sunday, April 22: Barranquilla (Bogota), COLUMBIA: First Time EVER in South America! 2 DAY AUCTION! Very Large Late Model Construction & Support Equipment Auction.

25.-26. DTBA: WRIGHT CITY, OKLAHOMA: (2 Day Auction!) Very Large, Complete Liquidation of One of the Largest Wood Mills in The United States.

ALEX LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc. Phone: 315/633-2944 Fax: 315/633-8010

Syracuse, NY (Evenings) 315/637-8912

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LYON MEXICO: Now with THREE permanent sale sites: AGUASCALIENTES, QUERETARO & LEON, GUANAJUATO! Visit http://www.lyonmexico.com/ for more information.

17 BRANCH OFFICES: AKRON, OH (330) 753-3932 • ALBANY, NY (518) 732-2669 • MANASSAS, VA (703) 626-2123 • ATLANTA, GA (770) 537-7386 • BALTIMORE, MD (410) 792-0008 • BRATTLEBORO, VT (802) 722-4727 • CHERRY HILL, NJ (856) 429-9149 • HARRISBURG, PA (717) 273-3737 • HOUSTON, TX (832) 350-6032 • MEMPHIS/NASHVILLE, TN (731) 660-4611 • MOBILE, AL (251) 510-1538 • NEW LONDON, CT (860) 535-8442 • PROVIDENCE, RI (401) 258-4850 • RACINE, WI (262) 886-2778 • TAMPA, FL (813) 777-3273 • WASHINGTON, D.C. (310) 277-9875 • WORCESTER, MA (508) 845-2800

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Ritchie Features More Than 400 Items in Clearfield, Pa. n Nov. 15, 2011, Ritchie Bros. trucks, including wheel loaders, hydraulic Auctioneers held a multi-million excavators, crawler tractors, truck tractors dollar unreserved equipment auction and pickup trucks. at an off-site location in Clearfield, Pa. In total, more This Komatsu PC400LC than 700 bidders from more than A hydraulic excavator was ready to go home 30 countries, including 47 U.S. with a new owner. states, registered to participate in the auction. More than 44 percent of the equipment was sold to out-of-state buyers, from as far away as Bolivia, Lebanon and Singapore. The auction featured more than 400 equipment items and

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The attendees at Ritchie Bros. Clearfield, Pa., auction had an opportunity to bid on this Cat 769C rock truck. One lucky bidder took this Cat 988B wheel loader home.


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RENTAL FLEET CONSTRUCTION AUCTION

LATE MODEL CAT RENTAL FLEET AUCTION

Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

Construction Equipment, Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers

WED., DECEMBER 14 @ 10:00 AM KISSIMMEE (WINTER GARDEN), FLORIDA NOTE: Selling for several local rental fleets local rental fleets late model equipment that has finished working for 2011. HILITES: 21 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2003 Cat 320CL, 2006 Volvo EC240BLC, 2004 Volvo EC210BLC, 2006 Volvo EC58, (2) 2005 Kobelco SK210LC, 2004 Case CX160, 2006 IHI 35NX, 2007-2006 IHI 28N-II, 2005 IHI 28N, (3) 2006 Bobcat 334, (2) 2006 Bobcat 325, (2) 2007 Bobcat 331-LA, (2)2006 Bobcat 323, 2006 Takeuchi TB125R, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR: 2003 Volvo EW170, MOTOR GRADER: 2006 Volvo G930, 4 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2006 Volvo L90E, 2005 Volvo L60E, Case 921B, JD 544E, 2 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 Cat D5GLGP, 2006 JD 450JLGP, 12 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (2) 2011 JCB 3CX-14 (4x4, cab, air), (2) 2005-2003 JD 310G (4x4), Cat 446B (4x4), Cat 426B (4x4), Cat 420E (4x4), Cat 416C (4x4), Case 580M, Case 580 Super K (4x4), Komatsu WA140-2, 2 ASPHALT ROLLERS: IR DD110, IR ST75, 5 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2006- (2) 2005 IR SD70D, Bomag BW177D-3, Bomag BW142D-2, TRENCH ROLLERS: 2005 Wacker RT82SC, PNEUMATIC ROLLERS: Hyster C530A, SOIL STABILIZERS: REX HDS 8ft., 3 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: Bobcat T200, 2004 Bobcat T180, 2008 Volvo MC80B, 12 SKID STEERS: 2004 Cat 246, 2005 Cat 226B, 2006 Bobcat S220, 2007 Bobcat S185, (4) 2006-2005 Bobcat S160, 2005 Bobcat S150, 2007 JD 317, 2006 NH LS160, MINI TRACK LOADERS: Boxer TL224, 10 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (4) 2005 Terex TH636C, Cat TH63, (2) 2005 JCB 520, Lull 844C-42, (2) Lull 644B-42, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: JCB 940, 9 PIGGY BACK FORKLIFTS: (9) Moffett M5000, FORKLIFTS: Hyster C530A, 2 BOOM LIFTS: Genie 600S, Snorkel TB60, 4 SCISSOR LIFTS: 2004 Genie 3384, Genie GS2032, (2) JLG 2033E, GENERATORS: Wacker G25, 2 WELDERS: (2) 2007 Miller Big Blue 302P, 11 LIGHT PLANTS: 2007-2006-(4) 2005 Amida AL4060D4MH, (2) 2004 Magnum Light, (2) Genie TML4000N, Terex RL4000, 2 WATER PUMPS: (2) Small Line Double Diaphragm, LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2005 Case 570MXT, 7 SWEEPERS: (4) 2006 Terramite TSS38, Terramite TSS38, (2) Lay Mor 8HC, CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: (2) 2008- (4) 2007 Stone SB1600, 3 WATER TRUCKS: 1999 Sterling (s/a), 1998 Ford (s/a), 1992 Ford C700 (s/a), SERVICE TRUCKS: 1990 Ford F700 (s/a), FUEL/ LUBE TRUCKS: 2006 Ford F650 (s/a), 3 DUMP TRUCKS: 2005 Sterling (tri.), 1999 Mack CH612 (tri.), 1998 Freightliner FL70 (s/a), TRUCK TRACTORS: Kenworth (s/a), 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) 2012 Witzco 50T (tri.)., OFFICE TRAILER: Gulfstream 30ft. (t/a), 8 UNUSED CAMPERS: (4) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (4) Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Root Grapple, Tree Boom, Backhoe, Versatech Hay Spears, Root & Grapple Buckets, Frames, Stump Buckets, Quick Attach Plates, Snow & Mulch Buckets, New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Excavators: New Excalibur X36 Thumb, New 3500-5600 thumbs, SURVEY EQUIPMENT: New CST/Berger CLVP26D Auto Levels, (2) New Northwest NEXPK99 Laser Pkgs., New CST/Berger CAL26 Auto Level, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) New Easy Kleen Magnum 4000, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Smartquip Plate Compactor, New Mustang CV3500 Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Water Pumps, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Impact Wrenches, New Water Hose, Pintle Hitches, Ratchet Straps, Diamond Blades, Submersible Pumps, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Air Spray Gun Kit, Water Pump, Mustang Rammer, Jack Hammer Air Hose, Hammer Drill, Hose Reels, Scaffolding, Porta Powers, Straps, Bottle Jacks, Battery Charger, Winches, Socket, Hose Reel, Booster Packs, Weedeater, Chainsaws, Vise, Sandblaster, Drill Press, Tri-Ball, Post Hole Digger, Cherry Picker, Wagon, Trailer Jacks, New Smartquip Plate Compactor, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, New Diamond Blades, Ratchet Straps, Demo Saws, New Abrasive Blades, Hammer Drill, Air Hose, 250B Electric Welder, Mustang Submersible Pump, 2700psi pressure washer, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Air Spray Gun Kit, Water Pump, Mustang Rammer, Jack Hammer Air Hose, Bottle Jacks, Socket Sets, Air Hose reels, Booster Packs, Trailer Jacks, Chainsaws, Shovels, Rakes, Bench Grinders, Straps, Porta Powers, Drill Press, Outfitter Grill, Fuel Pump, Pressure Washer, Jack Stands, Wagons, Tricycles, Generators, Hoists, Welding Gloves, Tractor Seats, MBW Plate Compactors, Multiquip Plate Compactors. FLORIDA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #AU 0001548, FLORIDA LICENSE: #AB-1091. SALE SITE PHONE: (407) 239-2700, (770) 537-7386, FAX: (407) 239-0068.

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

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15 @ 10:00 AM ST. LOUIS (SAUGET), MISSOURI Note: Selling in this sale will be equipment from several Cat rental fleets, late model, low houred equipment that will suit anybody and everybody. HILITES INCLUDE: 5 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2008 Cat 330DL (800 hrs.), 2008-(2) 2007 Cat 320DL, Cat 215DL, LONG REACH EXCAVATOR: 2004 Cat 322CLLR, 3 MOTOR GRADERS: 2009 Cat 140M, 2007 Cat 12H, Cat 12G, MOTOR SCRAPERS: Cat 621F, 6 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2006 Cat 972H, 2005 Cat 950G-II, Cat 950G, 2005 Cat 938G-II, 2005 Cat 924G, Cat 902, 6 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D8R/ ripper, Cat D6RLGP, Cat D6NXL, (2) 2004 Cat D3GXL, Cat D3CXL, 2 CRAWLER LOADERS: 2008 Cat 953D (cab), Cat 953D (cab), 3 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2007 Cat 420E (4x4), 2004 Cat 420D (4x4), Cat 420DIT (4x4), 3 SKID STEERS: 2007 Cat 262C (cab), 2006 Cat 262B, 2011 Cat 252B-3 (cab), 4 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: Cat 297C (cab), 2007 Cat 287C (cab), 2006 Cat 287B (cab), 2010 Cat 247B-2, SOIL COMPACTOR: 2008 Cat 815F, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CP563E, Cat CP323C, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2005 Terex TH636C, FORKLIFTS: Nissan 2,500lb., AG TRACTOR: 2006 Cat MT865B Challenger, WATER TRUCK: 1990 Ford L9000 (s/a), 3 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2007 Ford F750 (t/a), 2004 Ford F650 (s/a), 2003 Chevy C4500 (s/a), VANS: 1998 Chevy 3500, VAN TRUCKS: 2001 Int’l. 4700 (s/a), 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) 2012 Witzco 50T (tri.), 5 CAMPERS: (2) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (3) Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Impact Wrenches, New Water Hose, Pintle Hitches, Ratchet Straps, Diamond Blades, Submersible Pumps, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Air Spray Gun Kit, Water Pump, Mustang Rammer, Jack Hammer Air Hose, Hammer Drill, Hose Reels, Scaffolding, Porta Powers, Straps, Bottle Jacks, Battery Charger, Winches, Socket, Hose Reel, Booster Packs, Weedeater, Chainsaws, Vise, Sandblaster, Drill Press, TriBall, Post Hole Digger, Cherry Picker, Wagon, Trailer Jacks, New Smartquip Plate Compactor, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, New Diamond Blades, Ratchet Straps, Demo Saws, New Abrasive Blades. SALE SITE PHONE: (262) 903-6269 IL LIC. # 441001125 Jack Lyon SITE PHONE: (262) 903-6269 Sponsored by: IL LIC. # 444.00318 Powers Auction & Equipment Sales LLC

online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com DIRECTIONS: From Lambert-St Louis International Airport: I-70 E 11.7 miles, exit 250A toward M L King Bridge/ Illinois/Arch Riverfront .3 miles, left onto Dr. Martin Luther King Bridge .6 miles – continue on Martin Luther King Bridge 1 mile – continue on Martin Luther King Drive .4 miles. Right on N 9th St. .3 miles, take 3rd left onto Old Missouri Ave. 3.4 miles. Take I-255S/ US50S ramp to Memphis .5 miles. Merge onto I-255 S/ US-50 W 1.1 miles, take exit 15 for Mousette Lane .2 miles, keep right at fork and follow signs for St. Louis Downtown Airport – merge onto Mousette Lane .1 mile. Left onto Goose Lake Rd. Exit 15 off I-255. Address: ACTUAL SITE IS VACANT LOT NEXT TO 2041 Goose Lake Road, Sauget, IL 62206.

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Rhode Island Closes Cove Bridge After Inspection Reveals Significant Flaws PORTSMOUTH, R.I. (AP) A Rhode Island bridge slated for repairs is being closed early after an inspection revealed significant deterioration. State Department of Transportation officials said the Cove Bridge in Portsmouth would be closed to traffic beginning Nov. 4. The span carries Hummocks Point Road over a tidal inlet in Portsmouth’s Island Park area. The 50-year-old bridge was already scheduled for

repairs, but officials agreed to keep it open after meeting with local residents. A recent inspection found “deterioration” significant enough to convince officials they couldn’t wait any longer. Officials say they are working with the construction contractor to quickly begin the $2 million rehabilitation project this fall. The bridge is expected to reopen late next spring.

Extensive Road, Bridge Rehabilitation Begins on NH 101 in Milford-Amherst The New Hampshire Department of Transportation announced pavement and bridge rehabilitation work is getting under way on section of NH Route 101 in MilfordAmherst. This project involves 4.5 mi. (7.2 km) of NH Route 101 from one-half mi. east of the bridge over NH Route 13 to just east of the NH Route 122/Baboosic Lake Road interchange.

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2007 CAT 345CL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR

2004 CAT CP433E COMPACTOR

2003 CAT 938G WHEEL LOADER

2006 CAT 420E ST BACKHOE LOADER

2004 JOHN DEERE 210LE INDUSTRIAL LOADER

2004 BOBCAT S160 SKID STEER LOADER

2001 CAT 963C TRACK LOADER

2006 CAT TH460B TELEHANDLER

2006 JOHN DEERE 35D HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR

2007 CAT 247B II MULTI TERRAIN LOADER

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2 DAYS – 1000’S OF LOTS - 2 DAYS MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from SEAVIEW CONSTRUCTION CORP. (Complete Dispersal) & JGE ENTERPRISES, INC. (Complete Dispersal, Health Concerns) & PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT GROUP (Rental Return & Used Equipment Inventory) & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS 275 ROUTE 32, NORTH FRANKLIN, CT 06254 DAY 1 • FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 9:00 AM CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING & PAVING EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS PARTIAL LISTING: EXCAVATORS: 2006 Cat 314C; 2006 Komatsu PC200LC-8, s/n KMTPC180H54A88106; 2004 Komatsu PC200LC-7; 1997 Komatsu PC200LC-6, s/n A82309; 2006 Komatsu PC160LC-7KA, s/n KMTPC047T55K41057; 2004 Komatsu PC160LC-7; 2007 Komatsu PC120LC-6EO, s/n KMTPC037C02074586; 2002 Komatsu PW170ES-6KA, Rubber Tired, s/n K32267; 2008 Komatsu PC35MR-2, s/n KMTPC096T05010264; 1990 Komatsu PC90-1; 2005 Hyundai R360LC-7, s/n NA0110245; 2002 John Deere 160LC; 1984 Cat 215BLC, s/n 9YB00670; 2007 Hyundai R55-7, s/n M80112804; 2006 Case CX130; 2003 Kubota U35-1; CRAWLER TRACTORS & LOADERS: 2006 Komatsu D39EX-21A, s/n 1900; 2005 Komatsu D41E-6, s/n B40663; 1997 Komatsu D38E-1, s/n P085645; RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2006 Komatsu WA320-5L, s/n A32771; 1998 Komatsu WA320-3L, s/n A30094; John Deere 544; 1977 Fiat Allis 605B, s/n 18Y06500; 1969 Cat 980, s/n 42H001363; TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2005 John Deere 410G, s/n 946310; 2000 John Deere 410E, s/n 885612; 1987 John Deere 610C, s/n 735900; 1984 John Deere 710B, s/n 714365; Case 580 Super E; 1998 Ford/New Holland 555E; Earth Force EF4; SKID STEERS & COMPACT TRACK LOADERS: 2011 Bobcat S250, s/n A5GM37674; 2007 New Holland C190, s/n N6M443662; 2006 Case 450CT, s/n N6M417597; 1999 New Holland LX665, s/n 70683; 2007 Boxer 526DX; SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: Rockway Attach; Harley Rake M6, s/n M63A308; 74” Bkt w/Teeth; 6”x48” Trencher For Boxer; 12” Auger Stem; PAVING EQUIPMENT: PAVEMENT RECLAIMERS & MILLERS: 1996 Cat RM350 Reclaimer, s/n 05FK00089; Wirtgen 1000VC Trimmer, s/n 2100385; CRUSHING & SCREENING PLANTS & COMPONENTS: 2007 Extec C-10 Jaw Crusher On Tracks, s/n 10772; 2007 Doppstadt SM-514K Tracked Trommel Screen, s/n 010; Powerscreen 600 Chieftain, s/n 6901540; 2005 Screen Machine 107T Tracked Screener; 1986 Read RD90 Screen All, s/n 90259385; LARGE GENSETS: ROLLERS & COMPACTORS: 2004 Ingersoll Rand SD77DX Vib Roller, s/n 174183; 2000 Ingersoll Rand SD100D Pro Pac Vib Roller, s/n 162961; 2003 Hamm HD12 Dbl Drum Vib Roller; 2008 MultiQuip P33HHMR; 2005 MultiQuip P33HHMR; Pucket Bros S240 Static Asphalt Roller; TELESCOPIC BOOM LIFTS: ROUGH TERRAIN, TELESCOPIC & PNEUMATIC TIRED FORKLIFTS: 1988 Lull High Lander 522-4 RT Forklift, s/n C8E6B4-239; MOTOR GRADERS & SCRAPERS: FORESTRY EQUIPMENT: ARTICULATED & RIDGID FRAME END DUMPS: 2005 Moxy MT31, s/n 710559; 2002 Moxy MT36, s/n 410249; 2006 Hydrema 912C2, s/n 8844; 2006 Hydrema 912C2; CRANES: 1989 Grove RT528C, Rough Terrain Crane, s/n 73813; BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: 48” Bkt w/Teeth; WR 24” Bkt w/Teeth For JD Backhoe; 2005 JRB 10’ Broom w/Water For 320 Loader, s/n 0405155027; (2) Dirt Bkts For Crane; Hyd Auger Unit w/18” Bit; (2) 12” Ditching Bkts; Cement Bkts & Chute; Forks; Ripper; Rockland RF-3 10’6” Rock Blade; Steinwell Pallet Forks; Wain Roy 30” Q/C Bkt w/Teeth; JRB 52” Q/C Forks For Komatsu WA320-3L; New 10’x10.5” Cutting Edge; Geith 34” Bkt w/Teeth; Geith 35” Bkt; (5) Geith 23” Bkt; Geith Ripper Tooth; Komatsu Q/C For WA100; Hyd Thumb; JRB Q/C For Case 721C; 5’7” 4 In 1 Bkt; 7’ Q/C BOCE Bkt; 7’7” 4 In 1 Bkt; 21” Bkt; Q/C; Dip For Case Backhoe; Kubota 550A 8”x48” Trencher; Blue Diamond 6’5” Broom; JRB Forks For WA320; ROLLOFF & ROLLBACK TRUCKS & CONTAINERS: MIXER TRUCKS: 1996 Advance CM3AP628 Front Discharge Tri-Axle Mixer w/ 11 CY TMMB Body, Vin #1A9TAC452T0007564; 1996 Advance CM3AP681 Tri-Axle Mixer w/11 CY Body, Vin #19ATAC4S7T0007768; 1995 Advance CL8AP6811 Front Discharge Tri-Axle Mixer w/11 CY TMMB Body, Vin #1A9TAC459S0007141; REFUSE TRUCKS & CONTAINERS: 2000 Mack MR688S w/E-Z Pack Front Load Body; 1997 Mack DM688S, Tri-Axle, w/ 31 Yd McNeilus Rear Load Body, Vin #1M2B225C5VM004137; 1993 Mack MR688S w/McNeilus Front Load Body; 2001 Int’l 2674, T/A, w/25 Yd McNeilus Rear Load Body, Vin #1HTGLAAT71H386717; 1998 Int’l 4900 w/25Yd McNeilus Rear Load Body, Vin #1HTSHAARXWH539386; 1997 Int’l 4900 w/25 Yd Leach Rear Load Packmaster Body, Vin #1HTSHADR9VH416625; 1996 Int’l Paystar 5000, T/A, w/32 Yd Leach Rear Load Body, Vin #2HTTGAET0TC089165; 1996 Volvo WX64, Vin #4V5DCFME1TR728637; 1989 Int’l Paystar 5000, T/A, w/31 Yd Leach Rear Load Packer Body, Vin #2HTTGGCT7KC024494; (15±) Front Load Refuse Containers; RECYCLING TRUCKS: 2007 American LaFrance Condor, S/A, w/Labrie Body, Vin #5SXAANDC57RX42136; 2007 American LaFrance Condor, S/A, w/Labrie Body, Vin #5SXAANDC87RZ34229; 2005 Autocar WXLL42, w/Labrie Maximizer Body, Vin #5VCH36PE55H201970; TRUCK TRACTORS: 2003 Freightliner Columbia T/A Tractor, Vin #1FUJA6CG73LK23810; 2003 Freightliner CL120T T/A Tractor, Vin #1FUJAAAG13PK22094; 2004 Freightliner CST-120 T/A Tractor, Vin #1FUJBBCK64LM69341; 2003 Freightliner CST120 T/A Tractor, Vin # 1FUJBBCG43LK58360; 2000 Freightliner FCL120064T T/A Tractor, Vin #1FUPCXYB3YLH29989; 1999 Freightliner FCL120 T/A Tractor, Vin #1FUYSSZ83XPF23751; 1999 Freightliner T/A Tractor, Vin #1FUYNWEB0XLB34528; 1999 Western Star 4964FX T/A Tractor, Vin #2WKPDDCJ9XK959308; 1989 Peterbilt 379 T/A Tractor, Vin #1XP5DBSX6K1279190; 1999 Sterling S/A Tractor, Vin #2FWWJCXA3YAF18186; 1998 Freightliner 9100 S/A Tractor, Vin #2HSFPAHN7WC036997; TRI, T/A & S/A DUMPS: 2008 Peterbilt 365 Tri-Axle Dump, Vin #1NPSLUEX08N746646; 2007 Mack Granite CPT713B Tri-Axle Dump, Vin #1M2AT13C47M001030; 2005 Kenworth T800 Tri-Axle Dump, Vin #1NKDXBEX85J117095; 2001 Western Star 4964FX T/A Dump, Vin #2WKPDDRJ21K967281; 1986 Freightliner Tri-Axle Dump, Vin #1FVUZCYB5GH401719; 2006 Chevy C7500 T/A Dump; 1999 Int’l 4900 S/A Dump, Vin #1HTSDAAR2XH648003; 1998 Int’l S/A Dump; BUCKET & BOOM TRUCKS: REEFER TRUCKS & TRAILERS: 1993 GMC Topkick S/A Reefer Truck, Vin #16DM7H1J1PJ500543; DETACHABLE & LOWBED TRAILERS: 2008 Trail King TK110HDG Tri-Axle 55 Ton Detachable Lowboy, Vin #1TKJ05234B045556; 2002 Witzco Challenger RG35 T/A Detachable, Vin #1W9A11D20JS061165; DUMP TRAILERS: VAN TRAILERS: (2) 2004 Hyundai 53’x102” Dry Freight Van Trailers, Vin #3H3V532C24T041063, 3H3V532C64T041065; (5) 2003 Trailmobile 53’x102” Dry Freight Van Trailers, Vin #2MN01JAH131004881, MN01JAH531004883, 2MN01JAH731004884, 2MN01JAH931004885, 2MN01JAH0310048816; (3) 2002 Trailmobile 53’x102” Dry Freight Van Trailers, Vin #2MN01JAH121004887, 2MN01JAH421004888, 1PT01JAH226002775; (13) 2001 Trailmobile 53’ x 102” Dry Freight Van Trailers, Vin #1PT01JAH716004293, 1PT01JAH216004296, 1PT01JAH016004300, PT01JAH616004303, 1PT01JAH116004290, 1PT01JAH316004291, 1PT01JAH516004292, 1PT01JAH916004294, 1PT01JAH416004297, 1PT01JAH616004298, 1PT01JAH816004299, 1PT01JAH216004301, 1PT01JAH416004302; 2001 Utility VS2DC 53’x102” T/A Dry Van Trailer, Vin #1UYVS25391P396521; FLATBED & SGL DROP TRAILERS: TAG-ALONG & OTHER H.D. EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 1998 Cam Superliner 7CAM8224 T/A Utility Trailer, Vin #4YUUF2825WJ001108; 1987 Eager Beaver AP8 T/A Trailer, Vin

#1120AP200HS040035; Econoline MP425DE 12 Ton T/A Tag-Along, Vin #42FDPKF48X1001283; 1987 Custom T/A Tag-Along, Vin #1YB321535H1B11071; UTILITY, FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: 2002 Chevy 2500 Utility, Vin #1GCHK291X2E126120; 1997 Ford F350 Utility, Vin #1FDKF38F3VED08299; 1997 Ford F250 Utility; 2000 Freightliner FL70 S/A 20’6” Flatbed, Vin #1FVABTCSX1HJ00997; 1989 Chevy 30 Custom 3x3 Utility, Vin #1GBHR33J6KJ118764; 2001 Freightliner FL70 T/A Box Truck, Vin #1FVBXAK12HJ94908; 1992 GMC Topkick S/A 24’ Box Truck, Vin #1GD36HIP2NJ507539; 1997 Ford F350 Cab & Chassis, Vin #1FTHF36H3VEC72441; SERVICE, WATER, FUEL & LUBE TRUCKS: 2007 Chevy GM3500HD, w/JC Madigan Service Body, Vin #1GBHK34K17E572934; 1981 Mack RD686SX T/A Water Truck, Vin #1M2P139C8BA009354; 1985 Kenworth/Hino FF S/A Fuel Truck, Vin #JHBFF1750F2S11980; FLEET VEHICLES: 2007 Cadillac Escalade, Vin # 3GYFK628X7G241381; 2006 GMC 3500 Hightop Tradesman Van, Vin #1GTHG35U761168233; 2006 Mercedes E Series; 2002 Chevy 2500HD, Vin #1GCHK24U42E214808; 2002 Ford Taurus, Vin #1FAFP55UX2A197812; 2001 Volvo V70XC Station Wagon, Vin #YV1SZ58D711038673; 1987 Ford F250, Vin #3FTHF26H8VMA50949; 1986 Chevy 30 Custom, Vin #1GCHC33JXGS148252; Chevy 30 Custom, Vin #1GCHC33J8GS148556; SPECIALIZED TRUCKS: 2005 Freughtliner MX Custom Hauler, Sport Chassis; 2000 Ford F650 6 Dr Custom P/U; COLLECTOR VEHICLES: 1968 Chevy Z28 Camaro; SNOW HANDLING EQUIPMENT: 2002 Drivex UB400BM 13’ Adjustable Angle Snow Plow, s/n 12994-2; 2001 Holms KHV-400 14’ Adjustable Angle Snow Plow, s/n 6016; RCS 20’ Snow Pusher; Custom 15’ Snow Pusher; 8’6” Unimount Snow Plow; 9’ Unimount Snow Plow; 11’ Snow Plow; Craig 11’4” Snow Pusher; (2) 12’ Snow Pushers; 8’ Fisher Plow; TRENCH & SHORING BOXES & ROAD PLATES: 1991 GME 6’x12’ Trench Box w/4’ Spreaders; 10’x6’ Trench Box; 16’x4’x5’ Trench Box; 12’x7’ Stone Box; (3) 4’x12’ Road Plates; 4’x11’ Road Plate; 1”x5’x6’ Steel Plate; (2) 1/2”x6’x6’ Steel Plates; 20’x8”x8.25’ Spreader I Beam; (4) 6’, (4) 8’ & (4) 12’ Trench Box Spreader Pipes; Misc Spreader Bars; OFFICE TRAILER: 28’X8’ Office Trailer, To Be Sold Offsite, Location: Stanford, CT; SEA & STORAGE CONTAINERS (Some Both Days): 1983 Kentucky CC44 Storage Trailer, Vin #1KKVE4420L000195; 1979 Matlock Storage Trailer, Vin #314791191; 1977 Kentucky Storage Trailer, Vin #57545; 1975 Mono RD Trailer, Vin #24409; 1971 Miller Storage Trailer, Vin #220STS402; FORM SYSTEMS: Complete Inventory Of Symons Forms & Accessories, To Be Sold In Commercial Lots; EQUIPMENT & TRUCK PARTS & COMPONENTS: Air Ride Rears; Tow Bar; (5) Cooper Mobile Home Tires; 23.5R25 Tire; 20.5R25 Tire; 29.5x29 Tire; 8’4” Scarifier; Fuel Tanks; Wing Plow, Frame & Moldboard Ext For Cat Grader; 88”x60” Dump Body w/Tail Gate; Cat Skid Steer Seat; Vector Light Bar; (4) 1124.5 & 11-22.5 Mtd Dayton Wheels; (2) 12R24.5 Tires; (2) 10.00x20 Mtd Tires; (4) 12R22.5 Mtd Tires; (3) 10.00R20 Mtd Tires; (7) 12R22.5 Mtd Tires; (2) 295-75R22.5 Mtd Tires; (3) 265-75R16 Mtd Tires; 285-75R24.5 Tire; (4) 11R24.5 Mtd Tires; (4) 11R22.5 Mtd Tires; (2) 16.5-22.5 Mtd Tires; 385-65-22.5 Mtd Tire; (2) 750-15-32 Mtd Tires; 700L-15 NHS Forklift Tire; Acme SR2 In Bed Scale; Continental 455/70R24 Tire; Jeep Parts; JOB OVERRUNS & MATERIAL INVENTORY: Pavers, Pipe, H&I Beams & Stone, To Be Sold Offsite, Location: JGE’s Yard, Bedford NH; AND MORE! ADDITION TO SALE: PUBLIC REAL ESTATE AUCTION To be offered Offsite by Virtual Presentation December 16 at 12:00 Noon • Property located at: 39 Goshen Road, Waterford, CT Auction property briefly described as: 777± Sq. Ft. Ranch Style Dwelling on 0.35± Acre Lot w/ Mooring rights at Pleasure Beach Terms: See website for details Broker: For additional information contact Geoff Hausmann at 860-443-4400 th

DAY 2 • SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 9:00 AM CONTRACTOR SUPPORT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT SWEEPERS, SCRUBBERS & VAC UNITS: GENSETS, COMPRESSORS, PUMPS, WELDERS & LIGHT TOWERS: 2003 Ingersoll Rand 185 Tag-Along Air Compressor, 8 HP Honda Gas, Hrs Read: 1272, s/n 332596UIM221; 2000 Ingersoll Rand 185 Tag-Along Air Compressor, JD Dsl, Hrs Read: 1142, s/n 308410UAK221; 1985 Smith 100 Tag-Along Air Compressor, Ford Industrial Gas, s/n 100D6219; Sullair 185 Tag-Along Air Compressor, JD Dsl, Air Hoses, Hrs Read: 583; 2004 Miller Pro 300 Welder, Hrs Read: 245, s/n LE451257; MESSAGE & ARROW BOARDS: MAN LIFTS & SCISSOR LIFTS: CUSHION TIRE & WAREHOUSE FORKLIFTS: RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: 2002 Expedition VT126 Enclosed S/A Snowmobile Trailer, Front, Rear & Side Doors, Vin #1E9SS12132L247061; Yamaha Phazer II Snow Mobile, Hrs Read: 90, Vin #88F-005257; 2000 Ducati 748 Motorcycle, Miles Read: 9000; Arctic Cat 700 Snowmobile; UTILITY TRACTORS & ATTACHMENTS: 8’ Rake; (2) Land Pride Augers; AG IMPLEMENTS: John Deere Dbl Bottom Plow; 5 Bottom Plow; 3 Bottom Plow; UTILITY VEHICLES: John Deere Gator HPX, Dump Bed; Cushman Enclosed Truckster, Enclosed Cab; Club Car Utility Vehicle, Enclosed Cab; WOOD CHIPPERS, STUMP GRINDERS & MULCHERS: COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE & GROUNDS CARE EQUIPMENT: Chem-Pro LFB Commercial Spray Unit, 9 HP Vanguard Gas, w/100 Gal Stainless Tank; Ariens Hyd Brush Shredder; Hydro Seeder; UTILITY & LANDSCAPE TRAILERS: THREE PT HITCH ATTACHMENTS: OUTBUILDINGS: MAJOR INVENTORY OF CONSTRUCTION, GENERAL, MECHANICAL & UTILITY CONTRACTOR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: 100’s Of Lots! Hydra Split X18 Rock Splitter; Hyd Rock Splitter; MQ MDR-9 Dbl Drum Walk Behind Vib Roller, Honda Gas, s/n I1800; Kwik Trench Walk Behind Saw; Complete Horizontal Boring System w/Push Cylinders, Auger Power Unit, Rail System, Misc Auger Bits, Pushing Bulk Heads & Spacers; (4) Whiteman Cement Finishers; Lifting Beams; Stabilizer Bars; Lindsay 300L & 35 Sand Blasters; Sgl Sheave Lifting Hook; Core Boring Machine & Bits; Electric Eel Sewer Cleaning Machine; Tag-Along Mortar Mixers; Iron Master PGT4 Trailer Mtd Iron Worker, 20 HP Kohler, s/n 2648; Concrete Hopper; Concrete Chutes; Concrete Form Parts; (3) 5’6”x4’ & 5’x3’ Fuel Tanks w/Concrete Containment Box; Curamold Concrete Curing Boxes; Vermette 520 Mobile Lift, 500 Lb Cap, w/Mast & Fork Ext; New Plans Table; JOB SITE EQUIPMENT: Pumps, Welders, Plate & Jumping Jack Compactors, Compressors, Laser & Level Transits, Chain & Cutoff Saws, Safety Accessories, Road Signs, Pressure Washers, Walk Behind Road Saws, Sweepers & Rollers, Repair Tooling, Portable Mixers; MACHINING & WOODWORKING SHOP EQUIPMENT: Lathes, Table, Scroll, Mitre, Tile & Radial Arm Saws, Roll Groove Unit, Steel Benches & Tables; GROUNDS MAINTENANCE POWER EQUIPMENT: Trimmers, Blowers, Brooms, Line Stripers, Mowers, Snow Blowers Seeders, Tillers; LAWN ORNAMENTS & STATUARY: AND MORE!

TERMS: Complete payment or a minimum requirement of 20% deposit day of sale in Cash, Certified Check or Guaranteed Funds. Balance due within 4 days. ONLINE BIDDING THROUGH EQUIPMENTFACTS.COM.

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

Columbus, OH (614) 444-4300 Providence, RI (401) 455-0200 Boston, MA (617) 427-8888

275 Route 32, North Franklin, CT 06254, (860) 642-4200, Fax: (860) 642-7900 www.petrowskyauctioneers.com


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OVER 60 PLUS TRAILERS SELL!

RENTAL RETURN AUCTION

Late Model Truck Tractors, Various Equipment Trailers: Walking Floors, Dumps, Drop Decks, Hi-Flats & Expandables & Construction Equipment

Construction, Support Equipment, Walking Floor & Equipment Trailers Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16 @ 9:30 AM

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17 @ 9:30 AM ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY

COLUMBUS, OHIO (DELAWARE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS)

(ATLANTIC CITY RACE TRACK)

NOTE: Selling will be late model truck tractors and various types and configurations of tandem and triaxle equipment trailers plus a variety of construction and support equipment. HILITES INCLUDE: 24 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2006 Volvo VNL670 (t/a), (5) 2001 Mack CH613 (t/a), 2000 Mack CH600 (t/a), 2001 Freightliner FL112 (s/a), 2001 Western Star (t/a), (5) 2000 Int’l. 9400 Eagle (t/a), (9) 2000 –(2) 1999 Int’l. 9400I (t/a), 2001 Int’l. 9200 (t/a), 2000 Int’l. 4900 (s/a), 18 DUMP TRUCKS: 2002 Freightliner FL106 (t/a), 2000 Freightliner Fl112 (s/a), 2000 Freightliner FLD112 (s/a), 1999 Freightliner FLD120 (t/a), (2) 2001 Mack RD688 (t/a), 1995 Volvo (s/a), 2006-(2) 2003-(2) 2001 Ford F650 (s/a), 1999-1995 Ford F800 (s/a), (2) 1989 Ford F700 (s/a), 1998 Isuzu 8500 (s/a), BOOM TRUCKS: 1993 Ford L8000 , VACUUM TRUCKS: 1998 Mack RD688 (t/a), WATER TRUCK: 1995 Int’l. 4700 (s/a), ROLLOFF TRUCKS: 1984 Peterbilt 352 (tri.), FUEL/LUBE TRUCKS: 1995 Ford F800 (s/a), TIPPER TRAILERS: (2) 2001 East 48ft. (t/a), 20 WALKING FLOOR TRAILERS: (5) 2003-2001 East 48ft. (t/a), (6) 2001-(5) MAC 45ft. (t/a), (3) 1998 J&J 45ft. (t/a), 9 DUMP TRAILERS: 1998-(2) 1997- (5) 1995 East 39ft. (t/a), E-Z Dump (t/a), ROLLOFF TRAILERS: 1992 Galbreath (t/a), 3 EXTENDABLE FLATBED TRAILERS: Fontaine 40ft. extends 60ft. (tri.), Roger 40ft. extends to 60ft. (t/a), Vulcan 40ft. extends to 60ft. (t/a), 8 FLATBED TRAILERS: (5)1995- (2) 1994 Transcraft 48ft. 40T (t/a), 1980 Monon 40ft. (t/a), 4 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) 2012 Witzco 50T (tri.), Rogers 62ft. 40T (tri.), 5 EXTENDABLE LOWBOY TRAILERS: Nelson 45ft. extends to 60ft. 75T (tri.), (4) Fontaine 42 ft. extends to 62 ft. (t/a), DOUBLE DROP DECK TRAILERS: Nelson 51ft. (t/a), EXTENDABLE DROP DECK TRAILERS: Fontaine 42ft. (t/a), 8 DROP DECK TRAILERS: Fontaine 42ft. 50T (tri.), Nelson 43ft. 50T(tri.), (5) Nelson 42ft. 50T(tri.), 1981 Nelson 42ft. 50T, 4 CAMPERS: (2) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (2) Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., PLUS WIDE RANGE OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT: 4 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Komatsu PC220LC, (2) Komatsu PC200LC, JCB 8027, 4 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D6HXL, Cat D6H, JD 550GTC, JD 450E, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Case 590 (4x4), Case 580K (4x4), SKID STEERS, 7 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2003 Lull 944E-42, (2) Lull 844C-42, (3) Lull 644B-42, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Root Grapple, Tree Boom, Backhoe, Versatech Hay Spears, Root & Grapple Buckets, Frames, Stump Buckets, Quick Attach Plates, Snow & Mulch Buckets, New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Hydr. Hammer, Excavators: New 3500-5600 thumbs. SALE SITE PHONE: (740) 363-6000 OHIO LICENSE #: 63199360809, OHIO AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 62199360989

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

NOTE: Selling will be truck tractors, a large group of walking floor trailers and complete line of construction and support equipment from several rental fleets. HILITES: 2 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) 2006 Terex TA30, 14 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2012 Komatsu PC200LC-8, 2006 Komatsu PC200LC-7, Komatsu PC220LC-6, 2006 Komatsu PC78US-6, 2006 Terex TXC225LC-1, Cat 325L, 2011 Cat 320DL (350 hrs.), 2009 Cat 320DL (1200 hrs.), 2008 Cat 320DL (1200 hrs), Cat 313BSR, 2004 Case CX210, 2004 Volvo EC55B, 2005 Bobcat 328, 2005 IHI 30NX, 2 RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: Case 1085C, Liebherr 912, 8 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: (2) New Case 821E, (2) 2008 Terex TL260, 2009 Cat 938H (600 hrs.), Cat 924F, Komatsu WA450, Komatsu WA320, 5 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2007 Cat D5NLGP, Cat D4H, Komatsu D83E, 2006 Komatsu D41E-6C, Komatsu D37P, 9 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2010 Cat 430EIT, (2) Cat 416CIT (4x4), (2) 2005 JD 310G (4x4), (2) Case 580K, Case 580E, Case 580E, 3 ASPHALT ROLLERS: Hamm HD 12, IR DD35, Wacker W55, 3 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) Unused 2011 Cat CS56 (cab), 2005 IR SD70D, 2 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (2) 2005 Bobcat T250, SKID STEERS: Case 1825, TRENCHERS: Ditch Witch R40DD (4x4), 5 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2005 Terex TH636C, (3) 2003 Terex TH842C, Lull 824, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: CDS 706D, 4 BOOM LIFTS: (2) Snorkel PRO126 (4x4), JLG 600A (4x4), JLG 450AJ (4x4), AIR COMPRESSORS: 2005 IR P185WJD, GENERATORS: Multiquip DCA-25, UTILITY TRACTORS: JD 955 (4x4), 2 SWEEPERS: 2003 Isuzu (s/a), Sterling (s/a), BUCKET TRUCKS: 2000 Ford F550 (s/a), 2 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2005 Ford F550, 2005 Ford F450, SUVS: 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee, VAN TRUCKS: 1994 Chevy, RECYCLING TRUCKS: 1996 Ford 750, REFRIGERATOR TRUCKS: 2001 Mitsubishi Fuso (s/a), PICKUPS: 2004 Ford F250XLT Super Duty (4x4), 4 VANS: 2003-2002 Chevy E3500, 2003 Chevy Express G-20, 2000 Chevy Savannah 3500, COMPACT TRACTORS: 2011 JD 955, 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) 2012 Witzco 50T (tri.), TAGALONG TRAILER: Unused Contrail C10 (t/a), 26 WALKING FLOOR TRAILERS: 2005-(4) 2004-(7) 2003-(4) 2001 East 48ft. (t/a), 2005-1996 East 45ft. (t/a), (5) 2000 MAC 45ft. (t/a), 1998 J&J 45ft. (t/a), 1996 Fabrex 45ft. (t/a), 2 TIPPER TRAILERS: 2001 East 48ft. (t/a), 2001 J&J 48ft. (t/a), 4 DUMP TRAILERS: 1997 East 34ft. (tri.), (2) 1988 Atlas 35 yard (tri.), 2005 Utility 16ft. (t/a), 4 ROLLOFF TRAILERS: (2) 1995 Benlee (t/a), 1993-1992 Galbreath (t/a), CARGO TRAILERS: 2007 American Hauler Night Hawk NH714T82, HORSE TRAILERS: 1995 4 Horse, 7 CAMPERS: (3) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (3) Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., 1992 Regal 29ft., UTILITY VEHICLES: 2007 Club Car XRT1550G, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Root Grapple, Tree Boom, Backhoe, Versatech Hay Spears, Root & Grapple Buckets, Frames, Stump Buckets, Quick Attach Plates, Snow & Mulch Buckets, New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Hydr. Hammer, Excavators: New 3500-5600 thumbs, New/Unused Geith Tooth Assemblies, SURVEY EQUIPMENT: New 2011 Geotop GL-5 Auto Laser Levels, New 2011 Geotop G32F Engineer’s Levels, New 2011 Geotop GT-5 Builder’s Transit Levels, (2) New CST/Berger CLVP26D Auto Levels, (2) New Northwest NEXPK99 Laser Pkgs., SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (4) Propane Heaters, (30) Choker Straps, Gas Pipe Blower, Air Hose reels, (2) Sets of 225/60x18in. Good Year Tires, Husky Trash Bags, Torq 5000watt Generators, JD Pressure Washer, Miller Welder, 2 ton Folding Cherry Picker, Pallets of Assorted Stone. SALE SITE PHONE: (609) 272-9702 or (609) 272-9703

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

ALEX LYON & SON

ALEX LYON & SON

Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

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

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


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CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432 • Fort Worth, TX Fri., December 16, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Norton, VA Tues., December 20, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

DAVIS AUCTIONS www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087 • Prospect, CT Sat., December 10, 2011

G.W. McGREW AUCTION COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.c om 717-428-0922 • Online Only Fri., December 16, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Attachments, Man Lifts

IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., December 9, 2011 • ONLINE ONLY Fri., February 3, 2012 • Foley, MN Fri., March 9, 2012 • Foley, MN Fri., June 8, 2012 • ONLINE ONLY Fri., July 27, 2012 • Foley, MN Fri., September 14, 2012 • Foley, MN Fri., November 30, 2012

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Thurs., December 8, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Wed., December 14, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., December 15, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Fri., December 16, 2011 For: Motors

KOSTER INDUSTRIES www.kosterindustries.com 631-454-1766 • Sarasota, FL Wed.-Thurs., Dec. 9-10, 2011 For: All Assets of Major Rental Center

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 • Brooklyn, MS Fri.-Sat., December 9-10, 2011 For: 2-Day Public Construction and Farm Equipment Auction

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560 • Lumberton, NC Tues., December 27, 2011 For: 17th Annual December Contractors Auction

MOTLEY’S AUCTION & REALTY GROUP www.motleys.com 804-232-3300 • Richmond, VA Fri., December 9, 2011 For: Utility Trucks and Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Fri., December 9, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Support

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • North Franklin, CT Fri.-Sat., December 1617, 2011 For: Major Public Equipment Auction

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 15, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Tues., December 19, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Tues., December 20, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 29, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

QUAKER CITY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.quakercityauction.c om 215-426-5300 • Vineland, NJ Thurs., December 15, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Waste Handling Trucks & Trailers

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

RYAN AUCTION SALES www.ryanauctionsales.com 603-491-6159 • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., Dec. 15, 201110AM

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.steffesauctioneers.co m 701-237-9173 • Litchfield, MN Thurs., December 22, 2011 For: Construction and Farm Equipment

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., December 16, 2011 For: Construction and Utility Equipment

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 760-731-7760 • Perris, CA Thurs., December 8, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers

WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com 800-443-9580 • Frederick, MD Fri., December 9, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers


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Gehl’s RS5-19 Sports New Interim Tier IV Engine

SECURED PARTY SALE! Construction Equipment, Drilling, Support, Trucks & Trailers WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21 @ 10:00 AM LEXINGTON (RICHMOND), KENTUCKY NOTE: Selling from court ordered papers will be the following equipment at public auction along with items from several rental fleets.

The Gehl RS5-19 is designed with a compact frame and tight turning radius of 11 ft. (3.35 m), allowing it to maneuver in low buildings and confined job sites.

Gehl’s RS5-19 telescopic handler has had an engine upgrade. The EPA certified Interim Tier IV Yanmar 68 hp (50.7 kW) naturally-aspirated engine provides the power needed for demanding job sites, while providing reduced fuel consumption, according to the manufacturer. The upgraded Interim Tier IV engine meets the latest emissions standards. The Gehl RS5-19 is designed with a compact frame and tight turning radius of 11 ft. (3.35 m), allowing it to maneuver in low buildings and confined job sites. The RS5-19 is a low-profile machine with an overall height of 6 ft. 4 in. (1.93 m), for operating in buildings, under parking garages and in confined areas. The boom reaches to a height of 19 ft. 1 in. (5.8 m) and features the same welded box-section design that is on the Gehl Dynalift telescopic handlers. The RS5-19 telescopic handler was designed to meet the growing needs of contractors, builders and rental firms for a 5,500 lb. (2,495 kg) lift capacity machine. All the features and benefits of the Gehl RS Series and DL Series telescopic handlers are incorporated in the RS5-19 telescopic handler. Internal wet disc service brakes are standard equipment, for better stopping capability and longer life, along with a SAHR (spring-applied, hydraulic-release) parking brake, which is automatically applied when the engine is shut off, or manually engaged by pressing a rocker switch. This design eliminates the cable stretch and adjustments associated with many other telescopic han-

dlers. The view from the ROPS/FOPS canopy is a full 360 degrees. An enclosed cab is optional with front and top windows, a door and a heater/defroster for use in areas where operators need protection from the weather. Optional air-conditioning also is available for further climate control. Two direct mechanical joystick controls for boom and fork tilt functions are standard. They are easy to reach and smooth to operate, optimizing operator precision and productivity. A deluxe suspension seat is optional. A work light package can be added to further increase the productivity of this machine. Engine accessibility is made simple with a large, hinged hood on the side of the machine. The hood lifts fully out of the way, allowing plenty of room to access maintenance points, including the battery and oil fill. Underneath the unit Gehl has added a bolted belly pan to protect all engine and hydraulic components. A hinged access door provides easy access to the engine oil drain. Hydraulic flow is up to 22 gpm (83 Lpm). Optional auxiliary lines are available to power a variety of available attachments, including, truss booms, jib booms, buckets and multiple types of carriages and forks. The Dynattach quick-attach system allows quick attachment changes. The hydraulic hoses are routed inside the boom protecting them from job site hazards. For more information, call 800/628-0491 or visit www.gehl.com.

HILITES INCLUDE: 8 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D9H (ripper), Cat D8R, Cat D8L, Cat D6RXL, Komatsu 375, Komatsu 355, Komatsu 355, Komatsu 355,HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Hitachi ZX200LC-G, MOTOR GRADERS: Cat 140G, RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Komatsu WA420, Cat 988B, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Cat 420E (4x4), Cat 420D (4x4) , DRILL RIGS: IR DM 45EXL, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CS563E, Cat CS563D, 2 SKID STEERS: Bobcat & Cat, LIGHT PLANTS: IR, TRUCK TRACTORS: 1998 Western Star (t/a), SERVICE TRUCKS: 1999 Freightliner (fully loaded - s/a), GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2000 Trailking 40T (hydraulic dovetail, s/a), 4 CAMPERS: (2) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (2)Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., PLUS AIR COMPRESSORS, GENERATORS, WELDERS, PICKUPS, ATTACHMENTS, TOOLS & MUCH MORE, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Impact Wrenches, New Water Hose, Pintle Hitches, Ratchet Straps, Diamond Blades, Submersible Pumps, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Air Spray Gun Kit, Water Pump, Mustang Rammer, Jack Hammer Air Hose, Bottle Jacks, Socket Sets, Air Hose reels, Booster Packs, Trailer Jacks, Chainsaws, Shovels, Rakes, Bench Grinders, Straps, Porta Powers, Drill Press, Outfitter Grill, Fuel Pump, Pressure Washer, Jack Stands, Wagons, Tricycles, Generators, Hoists, Welding Gloves, Tractor Seats, MBW Plate Compactors, Multiquip Plate Compactors. KY AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: NP01916 / AUCTIONEER: Jack Lyon. online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com DIRECTIONS: from Lexington: Interstate-75 South for 6.7 miles, exit 95: site is right off exit on West side of highway. Address: 3277 Lexington Road Richmond, KY 40475-9144.

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


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17TH ANNUAL DECEMBER CONTRACTORS AUCTION Sale Site Address: 4070 NC Hwy 211 East Lumberton, NC 28358

TUESDAY, DEC. 27th, 2011 - 8:00 AM Auctioneer Note: Major Public Auction consisting of equipment and trucks from well known regional contractors that have decided to liquidate some of their surplus assets. Major absolute packages of construction, transportation, agricultural and support equipment will be available on this auction. Over 600 items of equipment already consigned and we are currently adding inventory daily to this auction. Be the next contractor to call! For up-to-date auction inventory, with pictures and descriptions, visit our company website

meekinsauction.com

2008 Cat 325DL 1,625 Hours

CALL TO DAY FOR A FREE BR OCHURE

2008 Cat 315DL 1,517 Hours

(2) 2008-2007 LEEBOY 8816 CRAWLER PAVERS 2000 LANDOLL HAULOLL 610A-53 50-TON LOWBOY

If you are interested in selling equipment or trucks for this major year auction, contact one of our sale repre- • Trey Meekins (North Carolina/South Carolina Territory): 910.258.4383 sentatives. Offering selling benefits to help your company achieve the best return on the sale of your assets. • E.B. Webb (North Carolina/Virginia Territory): 252.245.1405 Flexible Contract Options (Net Guarantee, Straight Commission, Out-Right Purchase, Off Site Auctions) • Stacey Johnson, Sale Site Manager: 910.258.2077

(2) 2002 ADDCO PTS-2000 SOLAR TRAFFIC SIGNAL TRAILERS

2001 CAT 12H

2010 AMCO G2-2832 OFFSET DISC HARROW

2006 ROSCO RA-2000 SPRAY PATCHER

2010 GYRO-TRAC GT13XP FORESTRY MULCHER

2008 CAT AP-1055D

2010 HUDSON HLA25

2004 DEERE 643H FORESTRY MULCHER

TYLER 4330 TITAN (4WD) SOIL STABILIZER SPREADER TRUCK

2006 JCB JS130

2000 STERLING 25-TON CRANE TRUCK

1981 CAT D7G CRAWLER

2006 DEERE 624J

2005 KOMATSU PC200LC-7L

Auction conducted by:

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

2002 PETERBILT 379 2005 LIDDELL 55 TON


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ADVERTISER INDEX A E D ....................................................................................46

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..........................................65

MESSICK’S ............................................................................6

ACR EQUIPMENT CO ......................................................113

DYNAPAC ............................................................................96

METSO MINERALS CRUSHING ........................................89

ALBAN CAT ........................................................................26

EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ....................16,135

METSO MINERALS SCREENING ....................................77

ALEX LYON & SON INC

EDWARD EHRBAR INC ....................................................13

MUNICIBID.COM ..............................................................124

PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ........................................121

EESSCO ..............................................................................75

NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ..............................................110

KISSIMMEE FL 12/14 ST LOUIS MO 12/15/11 ........123

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ..............................................41,51

COLUMBUS OHIO 12/16 ATLANTIC CITY 12/17 ....129

EOP ....................................................................................114

LEXINGTON KY 12/21/11 ..........................................131

EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP ................................104

ALEX PARIS CONTRACTING CO INC ..............................23

EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ................................33

ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT CORP ........................................7

ERRICKSON EQUIPMENT INC ........................................31

ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ..........................111

ESCO CORP ......................................................................110

ALLU GROUP ......................................................................49

FELLING TRAILERS ..........................................................55

ARTIC SNOW & ICE CONTROL PRODUCTS ................100

FLUID POWER ..................................................................113

NORTH FRANKLIN CT 12/16/11................................128

NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS ..............................108 OPDYKE INC ......................................................................56 PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ..............................................5 PENSKE ..............................................................................56 PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ..............................................86 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC

AVALANCHE ......................................................................101

FOLEY INC ............................................................................9

PIECHOTAS/AMERICAN RENTAL EQUIP ......................103

BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC ................................................91

GEHL SKID STEER ............................................................58

PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ............................................17

BARGAINS ........................................................................115

GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP

PLASTERER EQUIPMENT CO INC ..................................10

BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ........................................113

AUCTION 12/09/11 ....................................................122

POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ......................................87

BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ....................................................29

GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ................................80

PRO-TECH MANUFACTURING ......................................103

BINDER MACHINERY CO ....................................................3

GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ............................35

RANSOME CAT ......................................................2,31,46,49

BODINE MFG ....................................................................110

GROVE WORLDWIDE (CRANE) ......................................60

RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS

BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT CO ....................37

H & R PARTS ......................................................................47

C N WOOD CO INC ............................................................32

HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT CO ............................................114

CADCO ..............................................................................104

HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ........................64

CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ....................................................32

HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT INC ............................................25

CAT AUCTION SERVICES

HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ..............................106

ONLINE AUCTION 12/14/11 YARD............................126

INDEXATOR INC ..............................................................107

NORTH VIRGINIA 12/20/11........................................127

IRON PLANET

NORTH EAST MD 12/13 WESTMINISTER 12/19 ....136 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ........................................26 RUDD EQUIPMENT CO ....................................................31 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ............................................113 SENNEBOGEN ....................................................................83 SOUTHERN TRACTOR SERVICE & SALVAGE ..............112

CATERPILLAR INC ............................................................43

ONLINE AUCTION 12/15/11 ......................................125

STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ......................................11

CEG SCALE MODELS ........................................................70

JERRE MARTIN REPAIR ....................................................47

STU HARRIS ....................................................................120

CENTRAL TURBOS ..........................................................113

JESCO ................................................................................21

TEREX CRANES ................................................................97

CHADWICK-BAROSS ........................................................12

JOHN DEERE ......................................................................61

THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ......................113

CHENANGO TRUCK ..........................................................54

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY......................94

TOWMASTER INC ..............................................................57

CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES ....................38,56,80

KLEEMAN ............................................................................78

TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ....................................15

CLASSIFIED ..............................................................117,118

KOBELCO ....................................................................“50,51”

TRAMAC BY MONTABERT ..............................................106

CLAYTON BLOCK & SUPPLY ............................................18

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ..............................................63

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ..................................27

COBLE TRENCH SAFETY ................................................37

KOMATSU CRUSHERS ......................................................72

COMPANY WRENCH ..........................................................39

KUBOTA ..............................................................................67

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ..................................84

KUBOTA SVL ......................................................................92

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ..........40,52,98,132

LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC ..............................109

COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC............................32

LIFTECH EQUIPMENT CO INC ............................................6

CRAIG MANUFACTURING LTD ......................................108

LIUGONG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ......................93

CREAN EQUIPMENT ........................................................112

LLOYD MEEKINS & SONS

TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ........................................45 TRICO EQUIPMENT SERVICES LLC ................................73 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC WILMINTON DE 12/16/11 ..........................................124 VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ..........................................38 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA ......................68 WANTED ............................................................................120

DANELLA USED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT ..........................6

LUMBERTON NC 12/27/11 ........................................133

DAVE HALLMAN CHEVROLET ........................................103

LUCKY’S TRAILER SALES ................................................54

WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ......................................45

DIESEL COMPONENTS ....................................................35

MB AMERICA INC ..............................................................85

WHITNEY & SON INC ..................................................81,85

DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ....................................59

MCCLOSKEY INTERNATIONAL ........................................79

WOODS CRW CORP ..........................................................20

The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.


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Case CX210B with Rubber Tracks

RECENT TRADES 1981 Case 580D Loader Backhoe, Stk# 33295............$7,800

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

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

2005 Case 580SM Loader Backhoe, Stk# 32725, 4925 Hrs .... ..............................................................................................$45,000

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

2008 Case 821E Wheel Loader, Stk# 33048, 7986 Hrs.............. ............................................................................................$102,000

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

Pat DiCicco

Jim Lutz

Tom Scott

Richard Verna

Rodney Bush

Dean J. Leonetti

S. Montgomery Co.

Phila Co. & Bucks Co.

Bucks & N. Montgomery Counties

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

Delaware Co. & S. Chester Co.

215/870-4546

215/680-9203

215/870-8567

302/530-9134

610/420-4770

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

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

302/354-1947

215/783-1847

Dean R. Leonetti, Sales Manager

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

215/699-5871

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

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


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UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

North East

Westminster

Maryland

Maryland

December 13, 2011

December 19, 2011 22 — CRAWLER TRACTORS

2008 & 2007 KOMATSU D155AX-6

2005 CATERPILLAR 345CL

2005 CATERPILLAR D5N LGP w/VANGUARD

2005 CATERPILLAR 330CL

2004 CATERPILLAR 725 6x6

CURRENT INVENTORY INCLUDES:

22 21 38 21

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Crawler Tractors Wheel Loaders Excavators Loader Backhoes Skid Steer Loaders Motor Graders Articulated Dump Trucks Cranes Trucks & Trailers

2011 MACK CXU613

CURRENT INVENTORY INCLUDES:

For complete and up-to-date equipment listings visit

» rbauction.com CALL TODAY TO ADD YOUR EQUIPMENT TO THESE UPCOMING AUCTIONS

AUCTION SITE: 3201 West Pulaski Highway, North East, MD 21901 ∙ Sale Starts 8 AM 410.287.4330

        

Crawler Tractors Wheel Loaders Hydraulic Excavators Crawler Loaders Skid Steer Loaders Motor Graders & Scrapers Articulated Dump Trucks Loader Backhoes Trucks & Trailers

AUCTION SITE: 49 N Main Street, Union Bridge, MD 21791 ∙ Sale Starts 9 AM 410.287.4330

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