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PennDOT Tackles Quadruple County Project Brayman used a Caterpillar 315B excavator to remove the bridge deck.

By Jennifer Rupp CEG CORRESPONDENT

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is taking on one of its largest project ever, spanning Crews used a JLG lift to access the north towers during the bridge jacking operation.

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four counties and two districts. The Freeport Bridge crosses over the Allegheny River at a point where Allegheny, Butler, Armstrong and Westmoreland counties meet. The bridge, also known as the Donald R. Lobaugh Bridge, was constructed in 1965 to take PA Route 356 traffic over the Allegheny River and to connect the Freeport Borough area to Westmoreland County. The bridge and its approaches are a vital link between Butler and Armstrong Counties to the north and west, with Westmoreland County to the south and east. The project includes the rehabilitation of the Freeport Bridge over the Allegheny River and the reconstruction of the northern bridge approach. Work began in see FREEPORT page 103

Pa. Towns Contend With Gas Pipeline Proposals By Janice Crompton Hyundai Takes Wraps Off New Headqu arter s…40

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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE

Although several natural gas pipeline projects have traversed southern parts of the county, along with neighboring Greene County, for several years, the northern fringes have seen little activity. Until now. “We discussed it and we’re working on a cou-

PITTSBURGH (AP) A number of municipalities in Washington County have spent the past few months crafting regulations for Marcellus Shale gas well drilling pads, compressor stations, processing plants and even employee work trailers. But pipelines? Not so much. Two of those municipalities in the northern portion of the county, Peters and Union, now find themselves scrambling to brace for proposed pipeline projects on their No matter how you slice it, the outlook for the doorsteps. 2012 transportation construction market is mixed, “I don’t think we thought of it,” the American Road & Transportation Builders said Peters Manager Michael Association’s (ARTBA) senior economist said Dec. Silvestri about why township offi12 in releasing her annual economic forecast during cials failed to consider pipelines a 90-minute webinar for Wall Street analysts and when council approved a gas well construction industry executives. drilling ordinance in August.

ple of ordinances to set standards for this activity,” said Union supervisor Larry Spahr, who found the issue placed squarely in his lap during a supervisor’s meeting Dec. 1. He and other officials from Peters and Union are now considering new ordinances governing see PIPELINE page 109

ARTBA Says 2012 Transportation Construction Market Outlook Mixed “There is good news and bad news for 2012 depending on the mode of transportation,” according to ARTBA’s Alison Premo Black. First the bad news: the highway and bridge construction market is expected to contract six percent, to $72.6 billion from an estimated $77 billion in see FORECAST page 111


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SANY AMERICA PARTNERS WITH BINDER MACHINERY CO.

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BEAVER CONCRETE RELIES ON FOLEY’S SALES TEAM FOR SUCCESS

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Now operated by the second generation, CRW Corp. opened its doors as Wood’s Construction Equipment and Supplies in South Burlington, Vt., in 1961.

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SANY America Partners With Binder Machinery Co. SANY America has partnered with Binder Machinery of South Plainfield, N.J. The dealership agreement broadens SANY’s distribution network into the northeastern United States. “Since 1957 Binder Machinery has delivered and serviced some of the finest heavy equipment brands in the American market and we are honored to partner with their dealership,” said Kyle Nape, vice president of global sales and marketing at SANY America. “Binder’s name and reputation make them an ideal partner as we expand our market coverage in New York and New Jersey,” he added. Presently, the majority of crane demand in Binder Machinery’s market comes from bridge and road construction work. As one of the oldest dealerships in the region, Binder Machinery specializes in sales to

SANY America and Binder Machinery recently reached a partnership agreement. President and COO Brendan Binder (seated) signed the documents while (L-R) Bob Binder, chairman of the board of Binder Machinery; Joe Vazzano, CFO of Binder Machinery; Kyle Nape, vice president of global sales and marketing, SANY America; and Jack Tang, president of SANY America, look on.

contractors and equipment rental businesses. “SANY America has an excellent team of sales and support staff at their headquarters in Peachtree City, Georgia, and their new facility demonstrates a tangible commitment to serving the North American market,” said Brendan Binder, president and COO of Binder Machinery. “When we saw SANY’s cranes at ConExpo this year, it was clear the company is dedicated to quality and engineering.” Earlier this year, SANY joined the FT Global 500 list and was recognized by Forbes Magazine on the World’s Most Innovative Companies list. In late August, SANY America moved to its new 400,000 sq. ft. headquarters in Peachtree City, Ga., where the company will assemble crawler cranes, excavators and concrete pump trucks.

Specialty Rentals & Attachments to NJDOT Announces Celebrate 10 Years in Business in 2012 Route 47 Resurfacing On Feb. 1, 2012, Specialty Rentals & Attachments will celebrate its 10th anniversary. The family owned and operated business, which is located on Route 73 in Winslow Township, N.J., rents track loaders, off-road dump trucks, wheel loaders and more. “We have 30 excavators available, from 16,000 to 100,000 pounds, including long reach excavators, all of which are equipped with hydraulic circuits to run any attachment,” said Bob Harrell, owner. “We also have Morooka track trucks, ranging from 1 to 8 yards. Our attachments consist of shears, grapples, hammers, tampers, augers, concrete pulverizers, universal processors, saws and grindOn Feb. 1, 2012, Specialty Rentals & Attachments, which is located on ing heads.” Route 73 in Winslow Township, N.J, will celebrate its 10th anniversary. The company’s shop, which is being expanded from two to four bays, has modern equipment to service machines, as well as a staging area. Harrell's son, who recently joined the business in the sales Head foreman Bill Sherwood who has been with the com- and advertising department. “We thank the many friends we have made over the years pany from the beginning, runs the shop. “In the future we look to expand and are going to contin- for keeping our business alive and strong,” Robert Harrell ue helping our customers with their rental/service needs. added. For more information, call 609/561-7702 or visit We’re also looking to pick up some new attachments to better serve them in the future,” said Robert Harrell, Bob www.NewJerseyUsedEquipment.com.

in Gloucester County The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) announced that Route 47 (Delsea Drive) will be resurfaced in both directions from Howard Street in Clayton Borough to just south of Route 322 (High Street) in Glassboro in Gloucester County. NJDOT’s contractor, Arawak Paving, began preliminary construction operations to prepare the roadway for repaving. Resurfacing and curb repair work requiring lane closures began, with the work being performed at night to minimize traffic impacts on Route 47. All travel lanes on Route 47 will be maintained during daytime hours, though traffic shifts may be necessary. Access to local businesses and properties will be maintained along the highway. The $1.3 million project includes milling, paving and restriping over 2 mi. (3.2 km) of Route 47 in both directions. The highway pavement condition has deteriorated due to age and usage and is in need of repair. NJDOT anticipates project completion in spring 2012. Keep Up With All the Industry News Subscribe to Construction Equipment Guide Today!

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

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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 REMCO MCH24, S/N: MCH10-206, REMCO HARROW with Spare Blades ..............................CALL 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 ............................................................................................................................................$47,000 2006 GMC TOPKICK C6500, 1,799 Hrs; 2000 Gallon Ledwell Water Truck ........................$42,500 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

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USED DEALS YOU’LL DIG! BACKHOES 2002 Terex 760, 5,325 hrs, Cab, 4x4, ext hoe ......................$19,500 2008 Kubota B26, 250 hrs, Compact track ldr backhoe ......$26,700

2006 Deere 450J, 711 hrs, LGP, Cab, A/C ..........................$61,500 MISCELLANEOUS 2010 York RW4116, 6’ Rake for 3pt Hitch Tractor ..................$1,200 2007 CE Silt Fence Installer, for Skid Steer Loader w/universal

2009 Deere 310J, 643 hrs, cab w/air, 4x4............................$56,500 2009 Deere 310SJ, 786 hrs, cab w/air, 4x4, ext hoe............$79,500

QC ..............................................................................................$3,499 2010 Landpride, 72” Rough Cut Mower for Skid Steer Loader..........

ROLLERS 2008 Dynapac LP8500, 280 hrs, 33” trench compactor w/remote....

....................................................................................................$6,000 2004 Alitec, 24” Cold Planer for Skid Steer Loader ................$6,500

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2006 S Green Trailer, 12 Ton, ABS Brakes..........................$10,000

2008 Dynapac CC142, 185 hrs, 4 ton asphalt roller ............$43,400

2001 Deere 4400, 955 hrs, 4WD tractor w/loader, backhoe, good condition ..................................................................................$15,100

SKID STEER & MINI LOADERS FOUR WHEEL DRIVE LOADERS 2008 Kubota R520, 601 hrs, 1 cu yd, w/skidsteer style QC .............. ..................................................................................................$42,500

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Celebrating Celebrating

OVER YEARS OVER108 100 YEARS YR

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Beaver Concrete Relies on Foley’s Sales Team for Success Although the concept itself is as simple as placing a tree across a creek, bridge design and construction entails serious resourcefulness and expertise. Designers, architects and engineers allocate vast resources into bridge construction and, in doing so reshape the very environment in which we live. Beaver Concrete has been reshaping the environment for 65 years, which is no small feat. In recent years they have developed a relationship with Foley, Incorporated and now have the benefit of a team sales support approach. Beaver Concrete is a heavy highway contractor specializing in bridge rehabilitation/reconstruction as well as Inc. support services minimize machine structural concrete demolition. They Foley down time, helping Beaver Concrete operate operate in the five boroughs of New most efficiently. York and all of New Jersey. Beaver Concrete Construction’s Executive Team consists of Lorenzo Rizzo president; bridge was constructed in 1963. Both Bruce Junge executive vice president; bridges carry three lanes of Route 3 mainline Valentino Rizzo vice president and Vincenzo traffic and provide an auxiliary acceleraRizzo, — vice president. They perform con- tion/deceleration lane for entrance and exit tracts for all the major regional transporta- movements. “Rehabilitating these heavily tion authorities including The Port Authority traveled Route 3 bridges over the of NY and NJ, New Jersey Department of Hackensack River is a cost-effective safety Transportation, New York State Department measure that will keep these bridges active of Transportation and others. The types of and in service for years to come,” said projects are predominately, but not limited NJDOT Commissioner Jim Simpson. At all of these jobs they have been utilizto, structural concrete demolition and rehaing Cat equipment either purchased or rent- Foley Rental Account Manager Dewey bilitation of bridges and airport runways. They are currently working on multiple ed from the local Caterpillar dealership, Cardoso (L) and Beaver Concrete Vice projects in New Jersey and New York. Two Foley, Inc. Beaver has used Cat 328D and President Valentino Rizzo. 322 excavators, Cat 430 and 420 backhoes bridge reconstruction highlights: The reconstruction of Claremont Parkway and a Cat 279 skid steer for rehabilitation compact radius design. We can get into tight Bridge over Metro North Rail Road is a needs. Vice President Valentino Rizzo was spots with them, dig, and swing the arm and $10.6 million project that by restructuring especially impressed with The Cat 328D load — something other excavators can’t do. will extend the life of the bridge by 40 years. zero tail swing. He commented, “This equip- Our operators really like them as well. We The existing superstructure will be replaced ment was purchased for the NJDOT Route 3 worked with Jon Musicant to help us find the with new prefabricated concrete box beams over Hackensack River, project, due to the right machine for the job.” Jon Musicant, and cast in-place reinforced concrete deck staging requirements and small work zones. their Foley equipment sales consultant, said, slab. Other adjustments include replacing The 328 is ideal for the job because of its “Beaver Concrete is a loyal Cat customer fences with three-rail railing and galvanized wire mesh fences behind the railings. The current substructure will be rehabilitated, the substandard vertical profile will be modified and approach roadways will be reconstructed. The NJDOT Route 3 over Hackensack River project is a $17.6 million project which will rehabilitate the Route 3 bridges over the Hackensack River connecting the town of Secaucus, Hudson County and East Rutherford Borough, Bergen County. This project requires deck replacement in four stages of Route 3 westbound of Hackensack River. This will restore the two individual, structurally deficient bridges carrying Route 3 eastbound and westbound traffic over the Hackensack River. The Route 3 eastbound bridge was constructed circa 1934 and mod- Beaver Concrete buys, leases and rents Cat equipment to provide the horsepower ified in 1964 and the Route 3 westbound needed at any job.

that I really enjoy working with. They have come to use both Foley machinery as well as Foley Rents to take advantage of the array of equipment — Cat and non-Cat — that we offer.” At this job there are 45 employees who are working hard to complete this undertaking by September 2012. On these jobs, Rizzo also consults with Foley Rental Account Manager, Dewey Cardoso for his rental and allied equipment needs. For this project, Beaver Concrete also has purchased a 185 and 375 Genie rough terrain scissor lifts, as well as Atlas Copco compressors and associated Atlas Copco hand demolition tools. They have also rented the Terex hydra platform bridge inspection unit, Genie 60 ft. 4x4 boom lift and many attachments like the Zanettis road hog — a self powered cold planer for backhoes and brooms for skid steers. Foley and Beaver Concrete have been doing business together for about ten years, but it hasn’t been until recently that Beaver has realized the full product line available. By using both the rental and machinery division as resources, Rizzo has choices to determine the best way to get equipment that he needs for a project. Whether it is to rent, lease or buy —daily, weekly or monthly — Foley’s sales team will help him come up with the best solution. It helps that Cardoso and Musicant work so closely together, providing double the support for these extreme project needs. Beaver Concrete was extremely satisfied with the Foley staff, especially the professionalism of its sales representatives Musicant and Cardoso, as well as all of the service managers and operators that worked closely with them. Rizzo explained, “Jon and Dewey simplify every transaction if either purchase or rental, and they constantly call and check to see if we are ok. I have developed great relationships with them both and will continue to do so. We have never had a problem that Foley has not been able to resolve and we will continue to use Foley as our Cat dealer and emissions solutions company.” Cardoso and Musicant are happy to work together to find the best solutions for Beaver Concrete. Cardoso said, “The most important thing is the customer and Jon and I work together to find the best products and services for them.” While Beaver Concrete continues to reshape the environment bridge by bridge, the Foley representatives will use the positive teamwork and customer loyalty factors as a blueprint for success. This article was reprinted with permission from PayDirt Magazine, Summer 2011 Issue.


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EG4000

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Pine Bush Equipment Co, Inc.

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97 Route 302 Pine Bush, NY 12566

24 Sybil Court Holmes, NY 12531

283 Pane Road Newington, CT

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2002 KOMATSU D61EX-12 DOZER, STK# D06800CX, S/N B1813, 3165 HRS, CAB, A/C, POWER ANGLE BLADE AND HITCH, CALL EAST PBE! ....$60,500

KOMATSU PC200LC-7, STK# E06520, S/N C50888, 3600 HOURS, 42” BUCKET & COUPLER, CALL PINE BUSH!............................................$85,000 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 LOADER BACKHOES 1996 CASE 580SL, STK# B06587C, S/N JJG0198108, 5189 HOURS, 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 2006 NEW HOLLAND LB75B, STK# B06480X, S/N 031033871, 3712 HRS, CALL PINE BUSH! ................$38,000

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

CRAWLER DOZERS 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 MINI EXCAVATORS

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

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1999 TEREX TA64: 2,603 hours, knuckle boom, 64' up, 52' out, 4x4, continental diesel, stk#043.....................................................$13,500

1999 SNORKEL TBA42RDZ: 4,116 hours, 42 ft, 4x4, vg rbr, 5 ft basket, deutz diesel, stk#834 ..........................................................$12,500

1999 JD 710D: 2,803 hours, 2 wd, hyd thumb, turbo, std hoe, 18' backhoe dig depth, 23.5k lbs, stk#696 ............................................$19,900

2009 JD 310SJ: 1,228 hours, 4x4, x-hoe, ride control, p-shift, rear aux hyd, rear cplr, gd rbr, piped for hammer, stk#559..............$67,500

2000 BENFORD SP2010CDR: 1,990 hours, 84" vibratory smooth drum, drum drive, cummins, very good rubber, stk#021.......... ...............................................................................................................$38,500

1972 CAT D8H: very good u/c, semi u blade w/ tilt, 13' blade, stk#995................................................................................................$27,500

1982 CAT D8L: semi-u w/tilt, 13'10" blade, cab w/ heat, lever steer, v-8 turbo, 82k lbs, stk#173 .............................................................$52,500

1986 CASE 450C: 4,121 hours, 6-way, sweeps, 12k lbs, 1 owner machine, stk#206 .................................................................................$9,500

2004 IHI 80NX3: 4,700 hours, 18k lbs, aux hyd, 0-tail, cab w/ air, blade, swing boom, rbr tracks, stk#483 .......................................$28,500

1984 KOMATSU PC220: 6,937 hours, aux hyd, 6 cyl komatsu, vg u/c, comes with grapple & bucket, stk#013................................$24,500

1987 KOMATSU PC400 LC-3: 11,092 hours, Komatsu engine, 93k lbs, 41" bkt, stk#815 .................................................................$28,500

2002 VOLVO EW55: 4,837 hours, rubber tire, blade, 50 hp yanmar, 11k lbs, a/c, hyd cplr, wrist, cleanup & digging bkts, stk#650...$34,500

1968 JD 570: 12' mold board, 10' plow, stk#37U.....................$12,500

1981 CLARK C500Y50D: 5k lb lift cap., 4 ft forks, 10'5" lift height, side-shift, 4 cyl perkins, 3 stage, pneumatic tires, stk#282.........$3,900

1993 JD 655B: 2 yard bkt, 32.4 k lbs, cab w/ heat, stk#950................. ...............................................................................................................$15,500

1970 CAT 988: 7 yd tooth bkt, 29.5-29 rock tires, 79k lbs, stk#819 ..............................................................................................................$17,500

1988 FIATALLIS FR12B: ACS coupler w/ side-dump, 20.5R25, Allis power, stk#894 .........................................................................$17,500

2006 FINN T60T II: 690 hours, hydroseeder, kohler gas, 25hp, 600 gal. liquid cap, 500 gal. working cap, stk#997 ..............................$11,500

2002 MACK RD688S: 417,987 miles, 18k front, 20k pusher, 46k rears, E7 427 hp, jake, fuller 8LL, 17 1/2 ft steel body, good rubber, spring susp., stk#889 ........................................................................$36,500

1997 READ CV90D: 5,998 hours, 5 yard, 5" top screen, 3/4" slotted bottom, john deere engine, stk#577 .....................................$29,500

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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

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

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

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2011 New Holland Boomer 50, SN: 1903, QA 250TL, 72” Bucket, Industrial Tires ..................$28,295

2004 New Holland EH160, Cab w/Heat, Manual Thumb ....$79,995

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

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

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

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A lot happens in 50 years. For a business to live that long, it takes an incredible amount of hard work, a host of timely if not brilliant decisions, a steady and loyal team and perhaps, above all else, an unfailing commitment to do what’s right for customers and clients it serves — all the time. Wood’s CRW exemplifies these traits and is truly an American success story. Now operated by the second generation, CRW Corp. opened its doors as Wood’s Construction Equipment and Supplies in South Burlington, Vt., in 1961. Charles R. “Bob” Wood Sr. founded the company as a general line equipment house providing contractors with heavy construction equipment, supplies, parts and service. The company, now owned and operated by his sons, Chris Palmer and Bobby Wood, has weathered the many ups and downs of the construction industry for the past five decades. “Our longevity in this industry is a tribute to our founder’s vision of building longterm relationships with our customer partners; providing them with the best equipment solutions available based on their needs, with the goal of assisting them with their success,” said Palmer, president of CRW Corp. “Even with the widespread use of technology, our industry is still a people and relationship business. We have always tried to hire the best people, train them and keep them. Our customers still want to do business with people they can trust for sound

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advice and who will be around to take care of them when they have a problem. We feel very fortunate to have been doing that successfully for the last 50 years. Our team also understands that to be around for the next 50 years we need to keep improving what we do every day. In the Beginning As a young man, Bob Sr. was employed by General Dynamics in San Diego. The company manufactured aircraft and various defense products, and he worked on radar devices. He then went to work for his uncle, Howard Danner, at Parker Danner Equipment Company of Hyde Park, Mass., as a salesman. After moving to work at the company’s Vermont branch, he subsequently went into business for himself, opening an office in South Burlington, Vt. “I was always looking for new solutions to help the contractors become more productive, which led to expanding into selling heavy equipment,” Bob Sr. recalled. “We were in on the ground floor with the first hydraulic cranes, aerial lifts and hydraulic excavators back in the ’60s and ’70s.” C.R. Wood Corporation handled heavy equipment sales with smaller equipment rented and sold by its associated business, Rentz Corp. The two companies were com-

bined under the Wood’s CRW Corporation name. “We were one of JLG’s first distributors ËË ËË of aerial lift equipment ËË ËË in the country and we Ë ËË ËË had a sizable rental fleet,” Bob Sr. said. According to family lore, Bob Sr. declared he was going to put a Drott in every excavating contractor’s garage. He almost did it, since CRW Corp. was the first dealer in New England offering Drott’s hydraulic excavators. “We sold over 400 in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont before they were purchased by J.I. Case,” he recalled. In the early 1980s, shortly after J.I. Case purchased Drott, CRW Corp. lost the dealership to the local Case distributor. It was crippling to the company, since throughout the ’70s Drott equipment had represented the majority of its business. It was an obstacle the company overcame by expanding the equipment lines it offered its customers. “In the late mid ’70s hydraulic boom cranes came on the scene as a viable option over the lattice boom machines in some applications. We sold a lot of the P&H Omega series cranes in those years. We are still taking some of those old machines back in trade today,” Bob Sr. noted. A Son Returns Home CRW Corp. had always been involved in

the mobile crane and aerial lift business in northern New England and upstate New York, and Bob Sr. asked Palmer if he would be willing to help him with calling on that market segment. “The early 1990s were not a boom time for the mobile cranes business,” Palmer said. “However, by spending time with contractors and crane service owners, I started to learn it was a market that was not being catered to by anyone else in the region. Many of my cold calls were met with a corresponding cold shoulder, as many other people were also going through a tough time, and the last thing they wanted to do was have someone calling them about buying a new crane.” He therefore switched focus, asking them if they might be interested in selling one of their machines — and that made a huge difference in his reception. “Now someone was approaching them as a problem solver instead of just trying to sell them something. It was a lesson that has made a huge impact on me professionally. We sold and brokered a lot of used cranes back then,” Palmer acknowledged. “Working with Bob Sr. and, more importantly, the customer base, I became a much better listener and questioner. It takes probing questions by a good salesperson to help get to the root of the problem and come up with the best possible solutions.” Palmer learned in those early days that customers liked talking to someone who


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was a specialist. “Instead of having someone call on them selling ‘construction equipment,’ they really appreciated someone that had a higher level of understanding of the application and their business,” he said. Earthmoving Division In 1993, the Samsung Construction Equipment Company approached Bobby Wood to express interest in CRW Corp. handling its line. “Samsung made a cost-effective, high quality performance excavator and we found many customers were impressed with our demos and the level of technical understanding Bobby had,” Palmer said. “Slowly we began to have an impact on the local marketplace.” By 1998, it was clear that the company needed to make a more substantial investment on the product support side of the business. The company’s machine population and geographic territory had grown substantially and it was critical that it keep its customers up and running. It was very evident that instead of looking outside for a vice president of product support, that Bobby was a perfect fit. Crane and Lifting Divisions Although CRW Corp. has the Volvo construction equipment line for Vermont; it covers all of New England and New York State with its crane and lifting equipment division. The company had offered P&H cranes since the

Gary Plasencia is the territory manager of eastern New York and western Massachusetts.

Jeff Spencer is the service technician serving Maine and eastern Canadian customers.

early 1970s. Bob Coogan, who had been its Trojan loader representative in the ’70s and was now district sales representative of Link-Belt Construction ËË ËË Equipment ËË ËË Company, was looking for a Ë ËË ËË strong crane distributor for New England. He persuaded the CRW Corp. management team that Link-Belt was heading in the right direction. CRW Corp. began offering Link-Belt equipment in Vermont, New Hampshire and western Massachusetts in 1997. As a result of its success in these markets, it opened a branch in Worcester, Mass., in 1998, and then began selling in Connecticut, Rhode Island and eastern Massachusetts. Maine was added in November 1999, rounding out complete coverage for the New England states. New York State, north of Westchester County, was added to its territory in 2003. After many years of doing business in eastern New York, CRW Corp. decided its next move would take it into the central and western parts of the state. The company hired crane industry veterans David Burkard to oversee the service side of this new venture, and Greg George and Carl Hughes as territory salesmen. Working from their homes for the first couple of years, they were responsible for helping build the customer base and operate the new branch in New York State, for which the company purchased a facility in Central Square, N.Y., in 2004. Mike Sylvia is vice president of Crane Sales and general manager of the southern New England branch, joined the team in 2001. He oversees all branch operations and is part of the company’s senior management group. “We are involved in all aspects of the lifting industry, such as crane and tree service companies, marine construction, steel erection, contractors and builders, as well as many other types of companies that utilize this type of equipment,” he said. “From this location we cover all of southern New England. We like being located in central Massachusetts, because it allows us to better serve our customers,” Sylvia continued. “Our focus has been to build a strong relationship with our customers based on quality products and support and solving customer problems both before and after a sale. We are fortunate to have a team with extensive backgrounds in the industry and many years of experience.” Palmer described CRW Corp.’s relationship with Link-Belt as exceptional, highlighted by the company’s receipt of multiple Link-Belt awards, including nine as a Top Five Dealer. “Link-Belt has always been the leader in the lattice boom, hydraulic truck cranes and crawler cranes under 200 tons,” he said, “but in the last few years they have made significant advances in the design, performance and quality of their Flat Deck series rough-terrain cranes and their larger crawler cranes. Over the last 10 years, they have also expanded their line into Telescopic Crawler Cranes and All Terrains.” CRW Corp. has been a National Crane Dealer since 1997. see WOODS page 36

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CRW Corp. opened its doors as Wood’s Construction Equipment and Supplies in South Burlington, Vt., in 1961.

The Wood’s CRW headquarters is located in Williston, Vt.

Woods CRW new facility is located in Oxford, Mass. The new facility will more than triple the size of its current leased facility in Worcester, Mass.

“Long time National Crane territory manager Bob Morgan noticed the job we were doing with [another] line of boom trucks. He convinced us that National Crane offered some of the best solutions for our customers, in particular their rear-mounted cab units,” Palmer went on. “Since then we have become National Crane’s largest distributor in the region.” Palmer observed CRW Corp. seemed to focus on the larger machines, ranging from 26 to 55 tons (23.5 to 50 t), with many being rear-mounted. Marc Varricchione is CRW’s Boom Truck product manager. “We are very excited about the new NBT45 rear mount boom truck that we are now stocking on Peterbilt Chassis. We think the features, value, and superior roadability will be attractive to both cranes service as well as tree service companies in the Northeast. We are also big on the new 900H series where out and down outriggers are replacing the big a-Frame units. The flexibility they give in set up is far superior from the machine of the past.” CRW Corp. sells many used cranes and lifts throughout North America and the rest of the world. This part of its business is unique in that most of these pre-owned machines must pass an annual OSHA inspection prior to being retailed. “We may not sell a used machine as cheaply as you might get one at auction or private sale, but you won’t be getting a surprise when you get it home and find it has a worn-out turntable bearing or bent boom sections,” Palmer promised. CRW Corp. believes it may be the only distributor doing business with Link-Belt, Manitowoc (National Crane and Shuttlelift Industrial Cranes) and Tadano (Boom Trucks). Other leading brands offered by this division include Gunnebo Johnson, LSI and Genie/Terex telehandlers. Rental Division In addition to sales and service, CRW Corp. offers a broad range of rental options for customers. Rental equipment includes industrial cranes (8.5 to 25 tons [7.7 to 22.6 t]), rough-terrain cranes (30 to 90 tons [27 to 81.6 t]), crawler cranes (50 to 230 tons [45 to 208.6 t]) and boom trucks (10 to 45 tons [9 to 40 t]). They also have added telescopic boom crawler cranes to the fleet that have been very popular. In the Vermont branch, CRW Corp. offers excavators from 3,500 to 85,000 lbs. (1,587 to 38,555 kg), loaders from 0.75 to

6 yd. (0.7 to 5.4 m), skid steer loaders, loader backhoes, forklifts, wheeled excavators, soil compactors and a full line of attachËË ËË ments. R e n t a l - p u r c hËË aËËs e Ë available ËË ËË options also are on most models. Product Support After-sales support is critical. As Bobby declared, “The saying ‘Sales sells the first machines, service sells the rest’ should be updated to ‘Product support sells them all.’” Having Bobby Wood overseeing aftermarket support for all three branches has given the company a big advantage, according to Palmer, since his brother is coowner of the company he can make business decisions quickly and has developed critical relationships with the manufacturers to further support CRW Corp.’s customers. The company’s parts department stocks a large inventory of parts and accessories for its primary lines of equipment, plus it also sells parts for machines manufactured by Koehring, P&H, American, Superpac, Champion, Samsung and Scat Trac. Steve McKnight arrived at CRW Corp. in May 2001 to take up the post of parts manager. “Prior to this, I had over 23 years at John Deere construction equipment dealerships, holding various positions including parts manager, general parts manager and inventory control manager of multi-location dealership groups that evolved through different owners over this time span,” he said. “Prior to that, I had a couple years at a Caterpillar dealer, so I really have over 30 years of uninterrupted heavy equipment parts experience. “When I started at CRW, Volvo had recently acquired the Samsung line, for which CRW Corp. was a dealer, so the timing was good for me, as I got in on the ground floor as the product line and procedures developed,” McKnight noted. While he is involved in all functions of the parts department, McKnight’s main focus is on inventory control, for which he constantly monitors new parts requirements as well as reducing obsolete parts. The company provides a 24/7 emergency service system and fields a professional crew of technicians. Staff experience is enhanced by factory training, and the company was awarded Manitowoc Crane Care Elite Status, based on its investment and performance in supporting National Crane products. CRW Corp. also has signed the AED


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Foundation Commitment to Knowledge Pledge, by which it undertakes to provide each employee with the opportunity for at least 40 hours of additional training annually. CRW Corp. also keeps customers and other interested parties informed through its bi-annual newsletters, The Northeast Crane Report for crane owners and Today’s Dirt for site contractors.

the company was defined by my parents. It is now defined by our team members,” he said. “That is why we try very hard to keep and attract the good ones, and invest in them and our future. We also promote to all of our people that they must do what they say they are going to do. Integrity with our customers, suppliers and business partners is one of our core philosophies that we preach to all of our employees.” “If you were to ask me who are the key people I would tell you all of them,” Bobby Jr. added. “Chris and I both know it is the employees that make the company what it is. Owners and managers set policies,

flow. He has contributed substantially to our ability to grow the business,” Palmer observed. Roberta Wood added ËË ËË another observation. ËË ËË Because CRW Corp.’s Ë ËË ËË as personnel are treated part of the extended family and allowances are made for ups and downs in their personal lives, company staff “care about the company and are not just there from nine to five. Having employees totally committed to the success of the company has been the key to our growth and success over the years.”

2006: a Monumental Year The company’s 45th anniversary year of 2006 was described by Palmer as monumental for CRW Corp. “Bobby and I were able to put together an offer to buy the rest of the company shares from our parents Bob and Roberta Moving Forward Wood. As with most family businesses, it With New Facilities… was a long and tedious Wood’s CRW recently ordeal. It was very hard on broke ground on a new all of us, but we found service and support facility through compromise and in southern New England, constant communication located at the corner of we were able to get it Routes 56 and 20 in done,” he said. Oxford, Mass. And how did the previ“The key item for us was ous generation feel about to find a location that was at their sons taking over the the center of customer base business? Former Owner in southern New England, and company Treasurer making it as convenient and Roberta Wood pointed cost effective as possible out, “Knowing the comfor our customer partners,” pany is in good hands said Palmer. “Keeping the makes it easier to walk drive time within an hour of away.” the hubs of Boston, After weathering the Hartford, Providence and recent downturn in the Springfield was a mandatoconstruction business As it is at Wood’s CRW’s facility in Williston, Vt., the company’s new ry item for site location.” in Oxford, Mass., will be able to handle a 40,000-lb. boom CRW is once again grow- facility The facility is specificalassembly inside. ing even in these chally designed for maintaining lenging times. “We have and repairing mobile been fortunate to remain profitable even ground rules and provide leadership. The cranes. Service bays have been designed to through these past few years “ which we employees make it happen.” move all major work inside and out of the attribute to the hard work and loyalty of our CRW Corp. is a family-oriented compa- elements to increase safety and efficiencies. team members.” Palmer stated.” 2011 has ny with an “open door” policy, meaning Installation of two tandem hoisting fifteen each department growing again, some to every employee and customer can bring ton overhead cranes enables the majority of record numbers.” any issue to the owners at any time, he said. the work to be performed out of the ele“Our commitment to providing unparal“Our employees are part of the family, ments. Ceiling heights have been designed leled customer service after the sale has knowing their needs, being flexible and to accommodate removal of hydraulic paid off.” helping them is only a small part. Having swivels, winches and booms on telescopic Founder Bob Sr. has often referred to his state-of-the-art facilities, a safe, clean, fun cranes. customers as “partners and good friends.” team environment, competitive benefits and The new location is approximately 1 mi. In turn, the company prides itself on part- being committed to training all helps.” south of Route 90 and less than 3 mi. west nering with customers with a goal of mutuThis policy has resulted in employee of Route 395. The new facility will more al success. dedication through both good and bad than triple the size of their current leased Beyond that, what do the principals see times. A large part of CRW Corp.’s staff has facility in Worcester, Mass. as the secret of their phenomenal success? been with them for more than l5 years. “This is a major investment for us, espeBob Sr. stated the key was “hiring the Raymond Curtis, the company’s CFO, is cially in this economy. We want our cusright people, [those] who will stay with the another example of how experienced, dedi- tomer base to know that we are committed company for the long haul.” cated team members have contributed to long term to this market and that we will be Palmer agreed. CRW Corp.’s success. offering the best quality and value in mobile “The one thing we have come to realize “Ray has been instrumental in putting the crane repair and maintenance in the region. in the past 10 years is just how important it proper cost controls and financial reporting We also intend to add to our technician staff is to have the best people. I think in the past, systems in place and improving our cash and begin offering new services at point of

sale. We won’t just be servicing our current brands either. Our team will be prepared to work on all types of mobile hydraulic lifting equipment, including telescopic forklifts, aerial lifts and knuckle booms and wallboard units.” Future expansion also is on the horizon. In CRW’s central New York facility it has purchased an additional four acres adjacent to its current facility for growth, according to Palmer. …and New Staff Gary Plasencia has joined the crane sales team as territory manager of eastern New York and western Massachusetts. Plasencia has experience in the mortgage and finance industry and most recently, nearly four years selling Volvo Construction Equipment. Jeff Spencer is the new service technician based out of Bangor, Maine. He will serve the company’s Maine and eastern Canadian customers. Spencer has more than 20 years of experience in the heavy equipment repair and maintenance industry, including seven years owning and operating his own earthwork company, J.T. Spencer Earthwork. This hire and placement will allow CRW to better serve its most northeastern partners by significantly reducing down time and repair costs, according to the company. … and New Machines Going forward, the company is looking to increase the solution options it can offer its customer-partners. It has increased the number of machines it has available for short-term rental as well as rental purchase options and has added telescopic crawler cranes to its rental fleet, 25 ton (22.6 t) industrial cranes and boom trucks with out and down outriggers. The company also plans to offer more integrated service options with new and used machine sales. “At CRW, our success begins with our Customer/Partners success. Each team member is dedicated to providing solutions that lead to lower equipment operating cost. Our goal is to defend and grow the number of loyal customers by providing the right solutions at the right price, at the right time. All of our team members understand that we must strive to make our customers more successful by guiding them through the equipment ownership experience so that they can focus on servicing their customers and managing their businesses. “We want them to depend on us for equipment solutions that make them more successful.” For more information call 802/658-1700 or visit www.woodscrw.com. (CEG Correspondent Mary Reed contributed to this story.) CEG


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Paving

SECTION GOMACO Instructor Says ‘Don’t Fly Blind’ Next Season Pages 47-59

Feb. 3, March 12 to 16 at the universiDennis Clausen, GOMACO ty. A four-day course covering the conUniversity’s director of training, is trols, setup and operation, maintenance encouraging contractors to not “fly and advanced diagnostics. blind” next paving season. Instead, he • Three-Track GT-6300: March 5 to urged them to register to attend a spe9 at the university. A four-day course cialized, hands-on GOMACO training covering the controls, setup and operaclass at GOMACO University in Ida tion, maintenance and advanced diagGrove, Iowa. nostics. Clausen said, “GOMACO University • Three-Track Commander III: Feb. graduates do not ‘fly blind.’ Some oper13 to 17, Feb. 20 to 24 at the university. ators and mechanics, who have not been A four-day course covering the contrained, are not completely sure of what trols, setup and operation, maintenance all a machine can do and what makes it and advanced diagnostics of the threetick. Quick reaction time is the most track machine. important benefit to attending the uni• Four-Track Commander III and versity. Your operation can operate with GT-6300: Feb. 6 to 10 at the university. confidence when you have a person on A four-day course covering the constaff who has been trained on machine trols, setup and operation, maintenance setup, maintenance, and diagnostics. If and advanced diagnostics of the foursomething fails in the field, you will not track machine. have a crisis from ‘flying blind.’ Our • Trimmers: Jan. 24 to 27, March 6 to best testimony is the large number of 9 at the paving center. (Class begins on students who return year after year to Tuesday.) Three-day course covering learn and share experiences with others. the controls, setup and operation, mainAfter all, if you can save one load of tenance and advanced diagnostics. concrete or prevent one service crisis, • Two-Track and Four-Track Pavers: you’ve paid for the cost of attending.” Jan. 30 to Feb. 3, Feb. 6 to 10, Feb. 13 Classes begin in January and run to 17, March 19 to 23, March 26 to 30 through March 2012. Each week focusat the paving center. A four-day course es on a specific piece of GOMACO covering the controls, setup and operaequipment and the three-day or four-day tion, paving to profilograph specificaclass covers everything from machine tions, maintenance and advanced diagset-up to troubleshooting in both classnostics. room lectures and actual hands-on shop • IDBI: Feb. 21 to 24, Feb. 28 to time. March 2 at the paving center. (Class New classes added to this year’s unibegins on Tuesday.) A three-day course versity schedule include IDBI and 3D covering the controls, setup and operaStringless Paving. A new IDBI trainer tion, maintenance and diagnostics. will allow students to learn how to suc• 3D Stringless Paving: Feb. 27 to cessfully and safely set up the GOMAMarch 2. A four-day course covering CO IDBI’s front and rear pans, insertion the setup, operation, machine calibraforks, and operate the G+ control systion, and troubleshooting on 3D stringtem. Students also will learn the safety less controls. Our 3D specialists will features incorporated into the IDBI cover Leica Geosystems software, total while working on the new GOMACO stations, data collection, and essentials University trainer. The stringless class for stringless paving with GOMACO will be taught by GOMACO’s 3D pavers. paving specialists and will cover all of For more information, call the essentials of stringless paving. or visit The 2012 schedule is listed below: GOMACO University students gain hands-on training with Slipform Sam, the University’s 800/831-2320 www.gomaco.com/university. • GT-3600: Jan. 16 to 20, Jan. 30 to super trainer, during a paving class held last year.


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PAVING

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Dynapac’s PL500T and PL500TD, a new generation of 20-in. (51 cm) compact cold planers are available as three- or four-wheeled units.

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Construction & Industrial Equipment Corp. 200 Route 17 South • Lodi, NJ 07644 201/845-6800 www.constructionindustrial.com

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Dynapac’s PL500T and PL500TD, a new generation of 20-in. (51 cm) compact cold planers are available as three- or fourwheeled units. Increased engine power ensures improved performance and a maximum cutting depth of 6.3 in. (16 cm) for the PL500T and 7.9 in. (20 cm) for the PL500TD. Each model is powered by a step-3 compliant Cummins QSB 4.5 C110/C130 diesel engine. Engine ratings of 110 hp (82 kW) 112 PS at 2200 rpm for the PL500T, and 130 hp (97 kW) 132 PS for the PL500TD offer an increased output compared to similar sized competitive models, according to the manufacturer. Special drums for demarcation work and fine spaced cutting drums are easy and quick to change. Smaller drums with an adapted scraper blade and a side cutting wheel are available as options on both models. Dynapac’s hydraulically operated front sealing of the cutter housing, adapted to the shape of the cutting drum, minimizes the accumulation of the milled material. This reduces labor time at the end of the cutting

track. Also available as an option on both models is Dynapac’s parallelogram front axle. This design offers increased traction, reduced wear and tear, and improved wheel control in case of a height difference for the front wheels, according to the manufacturer. Considerable attention has been paid to the ergonomic design of the planers. Vibration has been minimized on the operator’s platform. The controls and instrumentation have been positioned to face toward the operator for ease of operation and all-around visibility, particularly of the cutting areas. As an option, the PL500T and PL500TD can be fitted with a 39.5-in. (100 cm) conveyor for loading a wheel loader bucket, or with an 18-ft. (5.5 m) conveyor for loading trucks. Additional options such as a weatherproof canopy, a hydraulically foldable right rear wheel, or the Dynapac electronic leveling system optimize the new planer for the job site.


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

Highway Equipment Company 22035 Perry Highway Zelienople, PA 16063 724/452-7800 Fax: 724/452-7030

WHILE SOME PEOPLE ARE HAVING A PROBLEM GRASPING THE CONCEPT, THEY’RE SURE NOT HAVING ANY DIFFICULTY GRABBING THE RESULTS.

McKean, PA 814/476-7755

It’s a rubber tire roller that vibrates with enough centrifugal force to equal the output of a 55,000 pound pneumatic. The GW750 handles the toughest HMA mixes with ease, getting balanced high densities from the top through the bottom of the mat. Great on SMA, too! And it provides a sound interlock between new overlays and profiled surfaces. It’s bonus time!

Dubois, PA 814/371-3600

www.sakaiamerica.com 1-800-323-0535

Check one out at your Sakai dealer today.

Schmidt Equipment, Inc. 80 Southbridge Rd. North Oxford, MA 01537 508/987-8786

10 Republic Rd. North Billerica, MA 01862 978/667-4345

1620 Page Blvd. Springfield, MA 01104 413/543-5595

88 Camelot Drive Plymouth, MA 02360 508/830-9997

2397 Gar Highway (Rt. 6 & 136) North Swansea, MA 02777 508/379-9810


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Every Solution for Your Paving Needs Asphalt Pavers (Sizes range from 10,000 - 33,000 lbs) Asphalt Rollers Motor Graders Pot Hole Patchers

Brooms Asphalt Distributors Concrete Curber Conveyor Belt Loaders

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JESCO 1275 Bloomfield Ave. Fairfield, NJ 07004 973/227-2221 800/321-8080 Fax: 973/575-5553

118 St. Nicholas Ave. S. Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/753-8080 800/241-7070 Fax: 908/753-7853 www.jesco.us

HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY

VALLEY SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO., INC.

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

20332 Leitersburg Pike Hagerstown, MD 21742 301/733-7414 1109 Middle River Rd. Baltimore, MD 21220 410/780-4000

US MUNICIPAL SUPPLY INC. King of Prussia, PA www.usmuni.com 800/733-3776

STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT, INC. Harrisburg, PA 800/325-6455 Fax: 717/564-7580 Lancaster, PA 800/347-6998 Wilkes-Barre, PA 866/667-6756

Syracuse, NY 800/368-6455 Albany, NY 518/357-2200

WALSH EQUIPMENT INC.

ALL ISLAND EQUIPMENT

796 Unionville Rd. Prospect, PA 16052 724/865-9221

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

walshequipmentinc.com

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


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WELCOMES FIVE STAR EQUIPMENT

MPH122-2

BMP8500

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BM1300/30

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3517 Wayne White Rd., Climax, NC 27233

866-430-7539

jfwequip@aol.com www.jfwequipment.com 1996 Etnyre S-2000 Distributor, 2000 gallon, computer w/1’ cut-offs, propane heat, 14’ spray bar, Ford F800 w/Cummins diesel engine, 4 spd automatic trans w/2 spd axle, air brakes (three to choose from)

Marathon TPS250T Tack Distributor, trailer mounted, Honda 5.5hp gas engine, 10GPM pumping system, 250 gallon capacity, 5’ spray wand w/40’ hose, 10” filler lid, hose reel, electric brakes

2002 Rosco Tru-Pac 915 Rubber Tire 9 Wheel Roller, Cummins 3.3L diesel engine, ROPS canopy, water system w/plastic water tank, skirts around tires

2004 New Holland TN60DA Broom Tractor, diesel engine, enclosed cab, Challenger I front mount broom- core about 70%, Frontier 6’ box blade on back, shuttle transmission

2000 Ingersoll Rand DD110HF Double Drum 78” Vibratory Roller, Cummins diesel engine, ROPS canopy

2007 Midland SPD-8 Road Widener, 8’ widening, dual discharge, hydrostatic drive, John Deere diesel engine, 2-3’ hyd ext one side with total of about 4-1/2’ on each side

1994 Elgin Pelican Sweeper, enclosed cab w/Air Conditioning, John Deere diesel engine

Cat 10-20B Extend-A-Mat Screed, s/n 2LN03669, diesel heat, power slope & crown

1994 Rosco SPRH Chip Spreader, 11’ spread hopper, Cummins diesel engine, manual transmission

Serving Serving the the Asphalt Asphalt Industry Industry for for 25 25 Years Years

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ, INC.

10421 Guilford Road Jessup, MD 20794 301/725-7394 Fax: 301/725-7361

1457 Oak Ridge Place Hagerstown, MD 21740 301/733-8100 Fax: 301/739-1835

38420 Sussex Highway Delmar, DE 19940 302/846-3033 Fax: 302/846-0763

9469 Hawkins Drive Mannassas, VA 20109 703/393-4014 Fax: 703/393-4010

450 E. Church Road King of Prussia, PA 19406 610/279-5200 Fax: 610/279-6366


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ChadwickBaRoss, Inc.

George Associates, Inc.

Bangor, ME (207)942-4838 Caribou, ME (207)498-2547 Westbrook, ME (207)854-8411 Concord, NH (603)224-4063 www.chadwickbaross.com

2340 Montgomery Street Silver Spring, MD 20910 (301)589-9490

Highway Equipment & Supply Co. Harrisburg, PA (717)564-3031 Drums, PA (570)788-1127 Ephrata, PA (717) 859-3132 Lock Haven, PA (570) 769-1070

Penn Jersey Lionville Branch 120 Gordon Rd. Lionville, PA 19341 (610)363-9200

Deptford Branch 1330 Hurfville Rd. Deptford, NJ 08096 (856)227-6400

Somerville Branch 61 County Line Rd. Somerville, NJ 08876 (908)218-1919

Staten Island Branch 331 Edward Curry Ave. Staten Island, NY 10314 (718)889-0105

Tyler Equipment Corporation

Vantage Equipment

Woodco Machinery

E. Longmeadow, MA (413)525-6351 Berlin, CT (860)356-0840

Latham, NY (518)220-9500 Batavia, NY (585)344-1931 Syracuse, NY (315)437-2611

22 North Maple St. Woburn, MA 01801 (781) 935-3377 140 Wales Rd. Avon, MA 02322 (508) 584-8484 60 Shun Pike Johnston, RI 02919 (401) 942-9191

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UPCOMING SPECIAL SECTIONS ISSUE

4

Excavators Ad Closing Date Publishing Date

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Skid Steers Ad Closing Date Publishing Date

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April 2, 2012 April 11, 2012

Wheel Loaders, Tool Carriers Ad Closing Date Publishing Date

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March 5, 2012 March 14, 2012

Paving, Compaction, Milling Ad Closing Date Publishing Date

ISSUE

February 6,, 2012 February 14, 2012

April 30, 2012 May 9, 2012

Air Compressors, Generators Ad Closing Date Publishing Date

May 25, 2012 June 6, 2012


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Tru-Pac 915

CSH Chip Spreader

RA-400 Spray Patcher

Maximizer 3 Asphalt Distributor Features:

· · · · ·

8 to 16 Foot Extendible Spraybar Automatic In-Cab Controls 400 GPM Viking Asphalt Pump Enviro-Flush Clean-Out System Internal Spraybar Valves

MAXIMIZER 3 ASPHALT DISTRIBUTOR

Roadbuilding Solutions LeeBoy’s Rosco brand roadbuilding solutions are designed and built for the most demanding applications. From asphalt distributors and brooms to pothole patchers and chip spreaders, count on LeeBoy products for value that delivers bottom-line results. Durability, productivity, ease of operation and value have made LeeBoy an industry leader.

Contact your Rosco Dealer

39 Jersey Street West Babylon, NY 11704 631/643-2605 631/643-4060 www.allisland equipment.com

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

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

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

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

Harrisburg, PA 800/325-6455 Fax: 717/564-7580

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

Lancaster, PA 800/347-6998

1109 Middle River Drive Baltimore, MD 21220 410/780-4000 www.valleysupply equipment.com

Wilkes-Barre, PA 866/667-6756 Syracuse, NY 800/368-6455

796 Unionville Rd. Prospect, PA 16052 724/865-9221 walshequipmentinc.com

Albany, NY 518/357-2200

VT LeeBoy, Inc. • 500 Lincoln County Parkway Ext. • Lincolnton, N.C. 28092 • 704.966.3300 • www.leeboy.com

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


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New York Metro Area & Fairfield County CT Holbrook, NY 601 Coates Ave., Holbrook, NY 11741 (631) 563-7600 www.ehrbar.com Yonkers, NY Danbury, CT 4 Executive Plaza, Yonkers, NY 10701 42 Kenosia Ave., Danbury, CT 06810 (914) 738-5100 (203) 743-0088

Mid- Atlantic States

Northern Connecticut & New England

US Distributor

www.arrowequipmentinc.com Greensboro, NC: (800) 451-6819 Columbia, SC: (866) 880-8365

www.acecrushers.com 171 Tolland Tpke, Willington, CT 06279 Fax: 860-429-0542 (860) 429-2793

www.pavementrecyclers.com Pavement Recyclers, LLC 70 Platt Road, Shelton, CT 06484 (203) 944-0524

Get Lucky… Get a Talbert! New Talbert 55 Ton Low Beds, 26’ deck, dropside or level deck, air ride, lift axle, 2 king pin settings and Much More.

800-877-5854 • 802-763-2585 Exit 3 off I-89 • South Royalton, VT 05068

Visit Our Website: www.luckystrailers.com

877-201-9993 • 802-893-6565

28 Jasper Mine Road • Colchester, VT 05446 • Fax: 802-893-6604


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'RXEOH'UXP+LJK)UHTXHQF\9LEUDWRU\$VSKDOW5ROOHU Dynapac’s CC624HF double-drum high-frequency vibratory asphalt rollers offer complete compaction control including mat temperature, speed, blows per foot, and other exceptional features: ‡ 30,000-pound operating weight ‡ 84-inch wide, 60-inch diameter drum ‡ Compaction vibratory force of 23,850 to 37,350 lbs ‡ Static linear load of 158 lbs/in ‡ Vibration frequency from 3,060 to 4,020 vpr ‡ Powered by a 152 hp Cummins QSB 4.5 T3 engine ‡ Rear engine position and large, easy-to-open engine hood makes maintenance a snap ‡ “Softâ€? start and stop prevents asphalt unevenness or cracking ‡ Optional Dynapac Compaction Analyzer for Asphalt provides critical information for quality paving '\QDSDF&&+)ÂŤXOWLPDWHLQYLVLELOLW\IXHOHIÂżFLHQF\DQG SHUIRUPDQFHHIÂżFLHQWO\FRPSDFWLQJDQ\W\SHRIDVSKDOWPL[

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Fairmont, WV

Bangor, ME

Millstone Township, NJ

304.366.3075

207.942.0177

732.446.7600

410.485.3366

Stephenson Equipment www.stephensonequipment. com

Atlas Copco Ludlow Store www.atlascopco.us

Buffalo, NY

Cumberland, ME

716.877.1992

207.829.5503

Rochester, NY

Manchester, NH

585.334.6770

603.627.7696

Syracuse, NY

East Montpelier, VT

315.463.8673

802.223.9689

518.785.4500

Clarion, PA

Watertown, NY

814.226.4100

315.788.5512

Somerset, PA

Endicott, NY

814.443.2867

Cambridge Springs, PA Charleston, WV

Harter Equipment www.harterequipment.com

Albany, NY

814.765.5311

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Anderson Equipment, cnt’d.

607.748.3400

Olean, NY 716.372.8822

304.756.2800

Dynapac USA

3700 East 68th Avenue Commerce City, CO 80022

Phone: 800-732-6762 Fax: 303-288-8828 www.dynapac.us

Harrisburg, PA

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717.564.3434

413.589.7439

Lancaster, PA

Asphalt Care Equipment, Inc. www.asphaltcare.com

Wilkes-Barre, PA

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570.654.4612

215.639.9800

Atlas Copco Baltimore Store www.atlascopco.us

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NEAL DM5500 CART PATH PAVER 1100 hours, Isuzu diesel, 5’-8’ screed, steel track, conveyor feed.

SNOWEX V MAXX 8500 SALT SPREADER 2 cubic yard, variable auger & spinner, vibrator, 2 year warranty

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WHEN RACING AGAINST TIME – OUR CUSTOMERS RELY ON THE WIRTGEN GROUP

The challenge: bridge rehabilitation in Pittsburgh, PA over the weekend to avoid total gridlock. The solution: fast and cost-effective rehabilitation methods using Wirtgen Group technologies. That’s what Wirtgen Group customers can rely on. www.wirtgenamerica.com

ROAD TECHNOLOGIES

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ, INC 10421 Guilford Road Jessup, MD 20794 301/725-7394 Fax: 301/725-7361 1457 Oak Ridge Place Hagerstown, MD 21740 301/733-8100 Fax: 301/739-1835 38420 Sussex Highway Delmar, DE 19940 302/846-3033 Fax: 302/846-0763

MONROE TRACTOR

1001 Lehigh Station Road 9469 Hawkins Drive Henrietta, NY 14467 Mannassas, VA 20109 585/334-3867 703/393-4014 Fax: 585/334-0001 Fax: 703/393-4010 5035 Genesee Street 450 E. Church Road Buffalo, NY 14225 King of Prussia, PA 19406 716/681-7100 610/279-5200 Toll Free: 800/834-9606 7300 Eastman Road N. Syracuse, NY 13212 315/452-0000 Toll Free:800/287-5286

110 Old Ithica Road Elmira, NY 14845 607/739-8741 6936 State Rte. 434 Binghamton, NY 13732 607/754-6570

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

BINDER MACHINERY CO. 2820 Hamilton Blvd. South Plainfield, NJ 07080 908/561-9000 Fax 908/561-2844 South Jersey Facility – Winslow Twp. 201 North Route 73 Winslow Township, NJ 08095 856/767-5900

THE W.I. CLARK CO. 30 Barnes Industrial Park Rd. Wallingford, CT 06801 203/265-6781 Fax 203/284-1064 15 Station Road Brookfield, CT 06804 203/775-1203 275 Route 32 Plainfield, CT 06374 860/546-4808

WOOD’S CRW CORP OF NH 1401 Hooksett Road Hooksett, NH 03106 603/644-8787 603/644-8747 www.woodscrwnh.com

AMBROSE ASPHALT EQUIPMENT INC. 1 Madison St. Plainville, MA 02762 508/643-0044 508/643-0034

GROFF TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT, INC. 6779 Carlisle Pike 1010 Pittsburgh Road Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 Valencia, PA 16059 800/33-GROFF 877/33-GROFF 800/33-(47633) 877/33-(47633) 20 Stouffer Lane 963 South Center Avenue Ephrata, PA 17522 New Stanton, PA 15672 888/66-GROFF 888/82-GROFF 888/66-(47633) 888/82-(47633) 210 Rolling Ridge Drive 4355 Admiral Peary Hwy Bellefonte, PA 16823 Ebensburg, PA 15931 888/47-GROFF 877-97-GROFF 888/47-(47633) 877-97-(47633)

CENTRAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY 45 Dempsey-Greaves Lane Stillwater, ME 04489 800/479-6193 Fax: 207/827-3774


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Zahn Trencher Now Offers Heavy-Duty Track Option The Ditch Witch organization now offers a heavy-duty track option with two of its Zahn compact trenchers: the two-wheeldrive R230 and R300.

Until now, each Zahn unit has offered standard air-filled or optional urethanefilled, flat-proof tires for enhanced traction. By equipping their Zahn R230 or R300 with

With heavy-duty tracks, the Zahn can travel across trenches, an advantage when installing irrigation systems. These heavyduty tracks “walk” or oscillate 12 degrees, which helps provide greater traction when loading, unloading, and maneuvering over curbs or other rough and uneven terrain. Another benefit of these tracks is their high-flotation design, which helps minimize surface damage to turf and enables the operator to work on and around sensitive landscapes and established lawns. Tracks do not increase the width of the R230 and R300, so each machine can still fit comfortably through a standard 36 in. (0.9 m) yard gate. Each Zahn power unit includes the engine, operator’s console and articulation joint. The two-wheel-drive R230 and R300 models accept two types of trencher front ends. Optional heavy-duty tracks are available with all other Zahn models, including the four-wheel-drive R230 and R300, both of which accept seven different types of front ends. For more information, call 800/654Tracks do not increase the width of the R230 and R300, so each machine can still fit comfortably through a standard 36 in. (0.9 m) yard gate. 6481 or visit ditchwitch.com.

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Chicago Pneumatic Backfill 471 DIG-R-TACH Designed Tampers Offer Full Power for Sundry Equipment Types The Chicago Pneumatic CP 0003 and CP 0004 backfill tampers are designed to compact soil around existing infrastructure, such as foundations, and to compact backfill in trenches. With their lightweight, well balanced and easy-to-use design, both backfill tamper models can be easily operated by one person and are ideal for trenching companies, general contractors, municipalities, gas and water boards, cable layers, utilities and local authorities. These backfill tampers offer slow, powerful blows that efficiently and quickly compact all types of backfill, including clays and soils contacting high percentages of finely crushed or powdered materials. Delivering 800 blows per minute, the CP 0003 is built to handle light- to medium-compacting applications, while the CP 0004 delivers 780 blows per minute to handle heavier-compacting jobs. The CP 0003 weighs 30 lbs. (13.6 kg), has a length of 4.3 ft. (1.3 m), a body diameter of 0.87 in. (2.2 cm), a butt size of 5 in. (12.7 cm) and air consumption of 133 gal. (503 L) per minute. The CP 0004 weighs 42 lbs. (19 kg), has a length of 4.2 ft. (1.3 m), a body diameter of 0.98 in. (2.5 cm), a butt size of 6.3 in. (16 cm) and air consumption of 206 gal. (779 L) per minute. The butt on the CP 0003 and CP 0004 tampers are secured to the lower end of the piston rod. Models with an aluminum butt are held with a clamp screw for quick, easy replacement. A valve in the back head assembly controls the reciprocating movement of the piston while the hand valve controls the airflow. The CP 0003 is equipped with a simplate valve, while the CP 0004 has a ring valve. Boasting a long-life and low-maintenance, the CP 0003 and the CP 0004 are designed with heat-treated cylinder and chrome-plated piston to significantly extend tool life. The integral oiler continuously lubricates the tools during operation and the exhaust deflector directs air, moisture and oil away from the operator during use, according to the manufacturer. For more information, visit www.cp.com.

Delivering 800 blows per minute, the CP 0003 is built to handle light- to medium-compacting applications, while the CP 0004 delivers 780 blows per minute to handle heavier-compacting jobs.

General Equipment Co.’s Model 471 DIG-RTACH hydraulicallypowered earth drilling attachment system is specifically designed for use with lower-auxiliary hydraulic system flow rates found on popular models of compact loader backhoes, mini-excavators and compact utility loaders. The 471 DIG-R-TACH system enhances the versatility of compact loader backhoes and mini-excavators by allowing them to become practical and productive options for many hole-digging projects. The system features a universal mounting bracket that readily conforms to a wide variety of loader bucket configurations. Mounted quickly and easily by one person, the 471 DIG-RTACH requires no special tools, drilling or welding as the supplied bracket grips tightly with a positive locking system. Now featuring an industry standard 2-in. (5 cm) hexagon auger drive connection, the 471 DIGR-TACH is better able to accommodate existing augers found in most General Equipment Co.’s Model 471 DIG-R-TACH equipment fleets. The 471 hydraulically-powered earth drilling attachment system specifically designed for use with lower-auxiliary DIG-R-TACH can utilize is hydraulic system flow rates found on popular models of the same 4400 Series earth compact loader backhoes, mini-excavators and compact augers that are used with utility loaders. the General Equipment The mounting bracket allows the 471 310 and 330 Series portable hole diggers. The 4400 Series features heavy-duty con- DIG-R-TACH to be center mounted on the struction and Pengo-type boring head con- bucket, providing added operator visibility while drilling. Additionally, the centerfigurations. Augers are available from 2 to 24-in. (5 to mount configuration distributes drilling 61 cm) diameters. When used with the 471 stress to the loader arms more effectively DIG-R-TACH, the augers produce a clean, than side-mount alternatives, according to usable 4-ft. (1.2 m) deep hole. To increase the manufacturer. For more information, call 800/533-0524 drilling depth, a full line of flighted and nonflighted earth auger extensions is available. or visit www.generalequip.com.


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Toro Extends Walk-Behind Trencher Line With New TRX-26 Toro is extending its line of dedicated walk-behind trenchers with the introduction of the Toro TRX-26. Boasting a 26-hp (19.4 kW) Kawasaki engine, the TRX-26 is ideal for utility workers, irrigation contractors and plumbers looking for the power of a ride-on trencher, with the maneuverability and control of a walk-behind. “Based on feedback we received from contractors, we found there was a growing demand for a larger, more powerful walkbehind trencher,” said Greg Lawrence, product marketing manager of Toro. “To fill the gap between ride-ons and smaller walkbehinds, Toro designed the TRX-26 to be powerful, yet easy to use.” With many of the same features as the Toro TRX-15 and TRX-19 models, the TRX-26 makes trenching more efficient without putting any extra strain on the operator, according to the manufacturer. The Toro Dingo TX-style control system on the TRX-26 makes it easy to control and eliminates the “jerk” steering required with handlebar control steering, allowing for smoother, more precise trenching. Three simple controls operate all traction and

Boasting a 26-hp (19.4 kW) Kawasaki engine, the TRX-26 is ideal for utility workers, irrigation contractors and plumbers looking for the power of a ride-on trencher, with the maneuverability and control of a walk-behind.

trenching functions, making the TRX-26 much easier to use and learn than other trenchers. And with its zero-turn capability and ground pressure as low as 4.1 psi, the TRX-26 has the ability to access confined

spaces without damaging existing turf. The low-profile tracked design of the TRX-26 provides a low center of gravity and a large footprint for increased stability and added traction on hills and uneven terrain.

The tracked design also gives the TRX-26 cross-trenching capabilities. “Tracks help the operator maneuver over perpendicular trenches effortlessly, where wheeled units may get stuck in the existing trench. It’s rare that someone will only need to trench in straight lines, so the ability to cross-trench is important,” said Lawrence. The TRX-26 can be outfitted with Toro’s 2-, 3- or 4-ft. (.6, .9 or 1.2 m) boom attachments, allowing it to trench up to 8-in. (20 cm) wide and up to 48-in. (122 cm) deep. With multiple boom options, contractors can choose the right size boom for their specific job, whether that’s the 4-ft. boom for installing utility lines or the 2-ft. boom for irrigation or drain tile applications. Other available options for the TRX-26 include soil chain, combo chain, crumber and backfill blade attachments. “No matter what type of trenching job a contractor is working on, they’re going to be impressed by the performance of the TRX26,” said Lawrence. For more information, call 800/Dig-Toro or visit www.toro.com/trx.


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Georgia Town Welcomes New Hyundai HQ With Open Arms HYUNDAI from page 40

Representatives of Chappell Tractor made the trek from Milford, N.H., to the Atlanta area for the Hyundai grand opening. (L-R): Flip Henry, Mike Beaulieu and Scott Grivois.

Iowa-based Hyundai dealer representatives who made the trek to Atlanta to attend the grand opening event (L-R) included Ken Petersen, Alex Rueter, Todd Rueter and Keith Petersen of Rueter’s.

Scott Rooney (second from R) of Chappell Tractor, Milford, N.H., catches up with some of his southeast region Hyundai dealer friends, (L-R) including Bill Abraham, Nasser Heavy Equipment, Lawrenceville, Ga.; Grady Harrington, Rob’s Hydraulics Inc., Grimesland, N.C.; Todd Milford, Nasser Heavy Equipment; Rob Lynch and Jim Wood, Rob’s Hydraulics, Inc.; Rooney; and Jason Wainwright, Rob’s Hydraulics Inc.

Charlotte Nash said, “Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. has a global reputation for innovation and quality that precedes them. Our strong pro-business community is equipped to provide them with the support that will be necessary for their continued growth and success. We are pleased to welcome them, and honored that they selected us for this major relocation of their headquarters facilities.” “HCEA chose to relocate their Americas headquarters from its previous facilities in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, largely because of the area’s resources, tax incentives, educated workforce, and overall business environment,” said Kirk Gillette, vice president of HCEA. “Norcross is honored to celebrate the relocation of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Headquarters to our community. Their choice to move to Gwinnett and Norcross is another example of the types of high-caliber of companies choosing to relocate their extensive operations here … to a community with an advanced infrastructure to allow for continued growth in the future,” said Norcross Mayor Bucky Johnson. Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development continually works to cultivate the pro-business community for which Gwinnett County is well known. The organization’s relocation and expansion efforts assist companies looking to move and grow in a strategically located, amenity-rich environment. “Hyundai Construction Equipment’s relocation of its Americas headquarters to Gwinnett adds tremendously to the growing number of headquarters doing business and growing in Gwinnett County,” said Nick Masino, vice president of economic development and partnership Gwinnett at the Gwinnett Chamber. “Gwinnett’s location, educated workforce, variety of resources and excellent quality of life are able to attract large international companies like HCEA

Taking a tour of the new Hyundai headquarters facility are Ron Scott Sr. (L) of Scott-Gallaher Inc., Cloverdale, Va., and Al Springer of Highway Equipment Company, Zelienople, Pa.

with the connectivity that they need to the southeast, the nation, and the world.” Georgia Department of Economic Development statewide project manager Yoonie Kim assisted HCEA with this project, in collaboration with Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development. HCEA was represented in this transaction by Adam Richards of Resource Real Estate Partners. The seller was represented by Colliers International. HCEA operates under its parent company, South Korea-based Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. The company was formed in 1991 to focus on the needs of Hyundai’s construction equipment market. HCE offers 17 models of crawler excavators, four models of wheeled excavators, six models of mini-excavators, six models of wheel loaders, three models of skid steer loaders, and 117 models of forklift trucks. HCE is dedicated to the construction equipment market and continues to invest heavily in research and development in this area. HCE currently operates a production facility in Ulasan, Korea, and expects this new location to make its markets in the Americas more accessible. For more information, visit www.hceamericas.com.

Guests crowd the lobby of the Hyundai’s new North American headquarters.


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Two New Inductees Named to the Rental Hall of Fame Two long-time rental industry leaders will be the newest inductees into the Rental Hall of Fame. The late William F. Berry and Gunnar Glifberg will be formally inducted during a ceremony at The Rental Show in New Orleans on Feb. 6. William F. Berry Bill Berry spent his entire life in the equipment rental industry. As a young boy, he tagged along with his father, who owned Berry Equipment Rentals in Modesto, Calif. At age 21, Berry was managing his own branch and, by 24, he was general manager of five branch locations. U.S. Rentals purchased his father’s company a short time later and kept Berry on in a management position. In 1982, he was regional manager of Northern California before becoming vice president. In 1986, he became president and CEO. Then, in 1998, he played a major role in the merger of U.S. Rentals with United Rentals and became president and a board director. Under Berry’s leadership, U.S. Rentals grew from 39 locations and $45 million in annual revenue to 131 locations and about $600 million in revenue. He was an outstanding role model for people in the industry and understood that a business can succeed only when its employees are treated with respect and dignity. Berry invested not just in operation models, but also in people. Safety was a big concern for Berry. In the early 1990s he implemented the use of

ratchet binders on delivery trucks. In the late 1990s aerial manufacturers introduced fall restraints on some of their equipment. Berry demanded that U.S. Rental employees use them instead of waiting for government regulations. Berry also encouraged women to join the equipment industry by promotion and recruitment. He believed that talent trumped tenure and he was among the first to advocate that the rental industry could benefit from more diversity at all levels. He led his organization into an era of systemization and helped it grow into one of the industry’s largest rental companies until it was acquired by United Rentals. Berry helped change the rental industry for the better from the inside out through diversity, equal opportunity and the balancing of the human element on both sides of the equations: customers and company. He used his passion to affect industry-wide change. Bill Berry passed away at age 48 in September 2000 after a two year battle with cancer. Gunnar Glifberg Gunnar Glifberg was recruited to join Cramo in 1994 as CEO. At the time, the company consisted of six different companies without a common business model or culture and had been taken as collateral by a state-owned bank in Sweden. Glifberg’s first priority was to position

Cramo as a leader in developing the rental business into an independent, professional industry and be an attractive partner to major construction companies. The second priority was to “sell” the vision to the organization and get everyone on board. The launch of a new brand in 1995 was a start for the new organization. Glifberg formed a new management team that included people from other industries and academic backgrounds. The introduction of the Cramo School for all employees was an important tool for the company’s success. The school covered a wide variety of subjects ranging from Cramo’s mission, vision and strategy to basic accounting and presentation techniques plus training in safety regulations and operations. At the time, equipment rental in Sweden and throughout Europe was far behind other service industries and was generally a side business for manufacturers or construction companies. It was Glifberg’s conviction that the professionalization of the industry required capacity and local presence to serve an international customer base and economies of scale to provide top services at competitive prices. He also was careful not to lose the entrepreneurship that characterizes smaller companies. The introduction of a separate, outdoor sales organization and active marketing were key elements of a proactive customer

relationship. Long-term commitments and outsourcing had a stabilizing effect in Cramo’s relationship to the cyclical construction industry. During Glifberg’s CEO term the company grew rapidly and reduced its dependence on the construction sector for revenues by introducing its services into the public sector and manufacturing industries. Under Glifberg’s leadership, Cramo expanded operations into eight European countries. Today Cramo is one of Europe’s largest equipment rental companies with close to 400 rental depots in 15 countries, each employing three to eight employees. The concept and thinking behind the Cramo model has been followed and often explicitly referred to by other major general equipment rental companies in Europe. Glifberg was awarded the European Rental Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award this year. The American Rental Association created the Rental Hall of Fame in 2000 to foster an appreciation of the historical development of the rental industry and the leaders who have made the industry what it is today. Each year, nominations are accepted to recognize individuals who have made a substantial impact on the industry at the national or international level. The induction ceremony is held during the keynote session at The Rental Show. For more information, visit www.ARArental.org.

Terex Names Gibson Machinery Full Line Compact Dealer Gibson Machinery LLC now distributes the full line of Terex compact construction equipment to customers in Ohio, western Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The Terex compact equipment line is made up of more than 45 product models, including skid steer loaders, compact track loaders, wheel loaders, compact excavators and loader backhoes. “We are pleased to welcome Gibson Machinery as a new Terex compact equipment distributor,” said Dean Barley, general manager, Terex Construction Americas. “They have sold and serviced some models of Terex compact equipment line in the past, and we are excited to officially add them as a full-line distributor. The Terex line gives Gibson Machinery customers more equip-

ment options to meet their specific job site needs from one supplier.” Gibson Machinery was founded in April 2003 by Lee and Larysa Gibson. Today, Gibson Machinery has two locations serving customers — its corporate office in Oakwood Village, a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, as well as a satellite office in the Pittsburgh suburb of Oakdale, Pa. The company provides full sales and service offerings, including new and used equipment sales, product support, rental and service technicians. According to Co-Owner and President Lee Gibson, traditionally their business has been heavily focused on selling and servicing to customers in the scrap and recycling markets with larger equipment. They decid-

ed to take on the Terex compact construction equipment line now to expand their growth opportunities in these market and attract new business from customers who primarily focus on construction-related applications, including sitework and excavating. “The demand for smaller equipment is huge, and continues to grow, in our territory,” said Gibson. “As new projects are started in our area, particularly in the oil and gas markets, it is important for us to have the right equipment options available. With Terex’s long history and good reputation for quality equipment in the construction market, the compact line is the right fit for our business as we look for more opportunities to meet customers’ equipment needs.”

In addition to offering a full line of products and services, qualified Gibson Machinery customers who purchase Terex compact construction equipment have financing options through Terex Financial Services. Terex Financial Services offers a wide range of finance and leasing solutions, structured to accommodate customers’ cash flow and budgets. The Terex Financial Services team is equipped to assist in all areas of asset management, from the analysis of future equipment values through the disposal of used equipment. Gibson Machinery LLC is located at 181 Oakleaf Oval, Oakwood Village, Ohio, 44146. For more information, call 440/439-4000 or visit www.gibsonmachinery.com.


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From the Bleachers Except for the lack of snow here in western New York, the calendar doesn’t lie: It’s that time of the year and Santa Claus is coming to town. In fact, to every town! And as this is written, he won’t need a sled. And as we all have known for years, he’s making a list and checking it twice. And yes, he’s gonna find out who’s naughty or nice. Therefore, he knows if you've been bad or good, so take my advice and be good for goodness sake! Hey, who isn’t keeping their fingers crossed that they receive a great Christmas present or three? So Santa, I’m hoping to find a winning lottery ticket in my stocking, along with eternal youth and the health that goes with it. What’s that? No, I won’t hold my breath. Anyway, dear Mr. Claus, I have a bunch of people and things on my list. Here they are and I hope you’ll take care of them next weekend: The Buffalo Bills: Give them an injuredreserve-free 2012 season and a defense that is more resistant than high grass. Tiger Woods: It looks like his golf game is either all the way back or about to be. And to be sure he has one, please leave a conscience under his tree. Albert Pujols: Stuff some guilt into his stocking for leaving the St. Louis Cardinals and accepting a 10-year, $254 million contract with the Los Angeles Angels. Of course, he has a family to feed — wife and four children — so no way he could get by on $26 million for only five years. St. Louis Cardinals: Give them another Pujols who doesn’t have a family to feed. And how ’bout another Harry Caray on the KMOX radio, the voice of the Cardinals. Wegmans LPGA Championship: Put a note in Commissioner Michael Whan’s stocking saying either our tournament remains a major championship or all those in charge of the women’s tour will wake up with either coal or switches in each of their stockings next Christmas. Basketball at every level: Referees who make the players actually play by the rules of the game. Abby Wambach: Female Athlete of the Year award, which she deserves. And while you’re at it, Santa, put Abby on the Rochester Ravens roster for next season. LPGA’s Yani Tseng: Second place in the Female Athlete of the Year voting. Joe Paterno: Bring JoePa a total memory loss so he won’t remember the awful end to his coaching career and when someone mentions

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Gov. Cuomo Announces New Reforms FEMA Supports to Keep Highway Projects on Budget Legislative Change for Tribal Govts.

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced new reforms Nov. 16 designed to keep state highway construction projects on budget and on time. These changes come after a series of recommendations from an independent review, ordered by the governor, of delays and cost over-runs that have affected I-287 in Westchester for more than a decade. “I have repeatedly said that government must protect every taxpayer dollar by being efficient and effective,” Cuomo said. “For over a decade, the I-287 project has been mired in delays and cost over-runs, and that’s why I ordered an independent review and that’s why the department of transportation is making these important reforms.” The I-287 Cross Westchester Expressway Corridor project began 15 years ago. The original cost of the first five stages was expected to be $490 million, but ended up being $568 million, as overruns drove the price up by 16 percent. In June, Cuomo ordered an independent and comprehensive review of the I-287 project in response to the significant, unexpected costs and delays. Peter Lehrer, a renowned national construction expert, led the review. Lehrer’s work includes the restorations of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Grand Central Terminal and the American Museum of Natural History. The review team conducted two months of interviews with NYS Department of Transportation (DOT) management staff, contractors and construction experts. The team also reviewed project metrics, project cost and schedule data, contracts, change orders and bid documents. They also conducted research on best practices within DOT and other states. The key problems identified by the review include: • Inadequate planning before designing the project; • The use of design teams that were not qualified for such a large project; • Rigid regional funding formulas, which forced the project to be broken into six phases, increasing duration, complexity and cost; • Lack of oversight that failed to keep the project on schedule and on budget; and • Limited accountability. The review called for two categories of reforms: one for project management and one for agency-wide reform within the department of transportation. Regarding project management, steps DOT has taken include: • Monthly meetings to review issues and coordinate communication, including with utility companies, to ensure projects stay on schedule; • The use of expert consultants to analyze the designs of a project before it begins; • The establishment of a Capital Program Delivery Committee (CPDC), consisting of DOT employees, that will closely scrutinize the complexity and size of each project to make sure the best designers and project managers are used; and • The acceptance or rejection of change order requests

within a two-week period — a process that previously has taken as long as a year — to save time when unexpected issues arise on a project site. Regarding agency-wide changes, steps DOT has taken include: • Monthly meetings to review projects and performance; • No large project should be approved until CPDC reviews and approves the budget and design; • A redesign of the funding process to better direct money to major projects; • DOT will look across all regions when staffing projects and do a better job at sharing resources. This will allow DOT regions to share staffers with specific expertise with other regions, reducing costs and ensuring the project is in the best hands possible; and • The implementation of a revised performance review process to ensure all DOT initiatives and projects meet the highest standards. DOT has consistently had overruns on its projects in the 7 to 11 percent range, resulting in $530 million in total overruns over the past five years. Best-in-class state DOTs have achieved cost overruns that are less than 5 percent of their capital program. In addition to overruns, nearly half of DOT projects are delayed, with average delays of over six months. During the past seven years, projects more than $25 million have been an average of 306 days late. Best-in-class DOTs deliver 80 percent to 90 percent of their projects on time. With this new approach to project and agency operations and management, DOT has issued new program goals including 90 percent of projects delivered on time and no more than 5 percent overruns for all projects. As a result of the revamped approach to state construction, the I-287 project will be substantially completed by December 2012 instead of August 2013. Joan McDonald, commissioner of the New York State Department of Transportation, said, “Since taking office, Governor Cuomo has made it a priority to make government work more efficiently for the taxpayer and today is another step in this direction. As a result of these recommendations, DOT is transforming the way we manage construction projects across the state, while also making important changes within the agency. As we strengthen New York’s infrastructure and build new highways and roads across our state, we must continue to do all we can to make sure projects are managed efficiently and completed on time.” Peter Lehrer said, “While our state and country continues to find ways to fund much needed infrastructure projects, we cannot forget the importance of spending the limited dollars that we do have in an efficient manner. Although the work on I-287 has created a better highway for the residents of Westchester, our infrastructure dollars could have been spent more wisely. I am pleased that Governor Cuomo tasked me with undertaking a comprehensive review of this project, and I believe our findings and recommendations will help transform DOT into a stronger, more efficient organization that will save taxpayer dollars while building and strengthening New York's infrastructure.”

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), under the direction of President Obama and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, announced Dec. 7 that it supports amending federal law to allow federally recognized tribal governments to make disaster declaration requests directly to the president. FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate first announced the administration’s support for this change, which would require Congressional action, at the 2011 Tribal Nations Conference hosted by the White House in Washington, D.C. “Consistent with our strong government-to-government relationship, FEMA and the administration support amending the Stafford Act to allow federally recognized tribal governments to make a request directly to the president for a federal emergency or disaster declaration,” said Fugate. “Tribal members are an essential part of the emergency management team, and amending the law would enhance FEMA’s working relationship with tribal governments and improve emergency and disaster responsiveness throughout Indian Country. We look forward to actively working with our tribal partners and members of Congress to support and facilitate the passage of such a change in the law.” Under current law, only states, through the governor, can make disaster declaration requests directly to the president. Amending the law would acknowledge the sovereignty of federally recognized tribes and the trust relationship of the United States, and enhance FEMA’s working relationship with tribal governments. Such a change would be another step in fulfilling the promise of a presidential memo issued by President Obama to improve the administration’s support for tribal governments. Such a legislative change to the Stafford Act would allow a tribal government to choose whether to directly request a separate declaration or to receive assistance, as they do presently, under a declaration for a state. FEMA, under the leadership of this administration, has committed to strengthening its engagement with American Indians and Alaska Natives, to better support tribal governments and Indian Country. FEMA has implemented regulations and policies that, once a disaster or emergency has been declared under the Stafford Act, allow federally recognized tribes to choose to become a direct grantee under FEMA’s Public Assistance and Hazard Mitigation Grant programs. As part of these efforts to work with tribal governments directly, during the past year, and as part of its continued commitment, FEMA has designated tribal liaisons in each of our ten regional offices, and hired an attorney who is educated, trained and experienced in federal Indian law and emergency management to better support tribes before, during and after an emergency or disaster strikes. This has allowed it to more closely coordinate with tribes, and make sure they have the support they need while planning, preparing for, responding to and recovering from emergencies and disasters, according to FEMA.


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E-Crane Holds October Open House Metro Areas Lose E-Crane International USA Inc. held an open house Oct. 20 to 21 at its headquarters in Galion, Ohio. More than 200 people attended the event, which included a tour of the facility, a banquet attended by 150 people, and opportunities to see and experience a 700 Series ECrane in action. A product demonstration of scrap handling was conducted every half hour, and attendees could board the E-Crane to see it working from the operator’s perspective. “We held this open house E-Crane International President Mark W. Osborne addresses the 150 people who to show our very sincere attended the banquet. appreciation to our staff, friends, their families and others who the full line of E-Crane proddo such a great job of helping us engi- ucts,” President Mark W. neer, promote, sell, install and service Osborne said, “They’ve all been crucial in helping us grow tremendously during our 12-year history. We’ve sold and installed many E-Cranes throughout North and South American and such farflung places as the Congo River in Africa.” “In addition, our parts and service people are ready to accommodate our E-Crane celebrates family and friends at Open house attendees boarded the E- customers at a moment’s the open house. notice 24/7 at any E-Crane Crane to experience it in action. site. This means that many of our includes five series of machines based engineering and service people on capacity requirements: 700, 1000, are often away from home, some- 1500, 2000 and 3000 models for scrap times for extended periods. We handling and off-loading or trans-loadtruly appreciate and value the sup- ing bulk materials from barges and port they get from their families in ships up to Panamax class. Modular construction enables custom solutions these travel times.” The E-Crane product line with off-the-shelf components.

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Construction Jobs in October 2011 Construction employment declined in 146 out of 337 metropolitan areas between October 2010 and October 2011, increased in 140 and stayed level in 51, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released Dec. 5 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials noted that many communities continue to lose construction jobs even as a federal program to invest in highway, transit and other infrastructure construction has been stalled in Congress for years. “Declining federal investments in infrastructure projects, including highway and transit work, are making matters worse for construction employment in many communities,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “If it wasn’t for a slight increase in private sector demand, construction employment would be down in even more communities.” The largest job losses were in Atlanta-Sandy SpringsMarietta, Ga. (minus 7,700 jobs, minus 8 percent), followed by Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Fla. (minus 4,000 jobs, minus 8 percent); New York City (minus 4,000 jobs, minus 4 percent); Philadelphia (minus 3,600 jobs, minus 5 percent) and the Dallas-Plano-Irving, Texas area (minus 3,600 jobs, minus 3 percent). Logan, Utah (minus 24 percent, minus 800 jobs) lost the highest percentage. Other areas experiencing large percentage declines in construction employment included Wilmington, N.C. (minus 21 percent, minus 1,900 jobs); Redding, Calif. (minus 20 percent, minus 600 jobs) and Montgomery, Ala. (minus 19 percent, minus 1,300 jobs). Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, Texas, added more construction jobs (5,100 jobs, 3 percent) than any other metro area during the past year while Lake County-Kenosha County, Ill.-Wis., added the highest percentage (28 percent, 3,500 jobs). Other areas adding a large number of jobs included Columbus, Ohio (4,200 jobs, 15 percent); BuffaloNiagara Falls, N.Y. (3,600 jobs, 18 percent); Newark-Union, N.J.-Penn. (3,100 jobs, 9 percent) and San Jose-SunnyvaleSanta Clara, Calif. (3,000 jobs, 9 percent). Association officials noted that investments in infrastructure, including highway and transit construction, are suffering because Congress is years late in passing a new surface transportation, aviation and water infrastructure bills. They said without that legislation, state and local officials were having a hard time planning and funding large infrastructure projects. “Letting infrastructure programs languish at a time like this is the equivalent of fighting the economic downturn with one hand tied behind our back,” said the association’s chief executive officer, Stephen E. Sandherr. “Investing in infrastructure won’t solve every problem facing the construction industry but it will create construction jobs while giving a needed boost to all types of businesses.”


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Reed & Reed Replaces Vital Veteran’s Memorial Bridge By Jay Adams CEG CORRESPONDENT

Take 35,000 linear ft. (10,668 m) of steel pipe, add 1 million lbs. (453,592 kg) of rebar, mix in 10,500 cu. yds. (8,027 cu m) of concrete and viola! You have replaced a 60year-old bridge with a modern design-build classic. Reed & Reed Inc., Woolwich, Maine, is the designer and builder of The Veteran’s Memorial Bridge Replacement Project, owned by the Maine Department of Transportation. The existing Veteran’s Memorial Bridge, which carries U.S. Route 1 across the Fore River from Portland to South Portland, Maine, was built in the early 1950s. The bridge currently serves 10,000 vehicles per day and is a major connecting route from Interstate 295 to the business district and working waterfront of Portland. Reed & Reed, which has had a stellar reputation in the construction and contracting industry since 1929, has worked with top designer architects to construct what will surely become a modern classic in Maine. According to Reed & Reed Project Manager Charlie Guerette, the $63.12 million project will be finished on time, on budget and is 85 percent complete at this writing. Span’s 100-Year Lifespan “We are teamed with TY Lin International to complete design and construction of the new bridge and the removal of the existing bridge,” said Guerette. “The project was awarded on a ‘best value’ to the owner system where all proposals were judged in five different areas for technical score. The five evaluation criteria were Design Concept; Context Sensitive Solutions; Project Management and Quality Program; Maintenance and Protection of Traffic/Project Sequencing; and Public Information Plan. “The basis of the award [was finalized] in total lump sum price/technical score,” added Guerette. “Reed & Reed’s proposal was the lowest lump sum price and the highest technical score.” The company’s lump sum bid was for $63 million. Guerette added that the scope of the project is to replace the existing bridge with a new bridge designed to last a century — a span, that is, with a 100-year lifespan. The total length of the new bridge is 1610 ft. (490 m). “The new bridge is a segmental precast concrete super structure, consisting of parallel trapezoidal concrete box sections, approximately 40 feet wide with a three-foot cast in place deck section between the boxes

The scope of the project is to replace the existing bridge with a new bridge designed to last a century. The total length of the new bridge is 1,610 ft. (490 m).

Reed & Reed is using Manitowoc 16000 440-ton (399 t) and 999 275-ton (249 t) crane models, both barge mounted, to erect pre-cast segments.

to create one uniform deck surface, approximately 83 feet wide. The deck will support two lanes of traffic in each direction and a separated multi-purpose lane for bikes and pedestrians. “We have six piers in the river, spaced at 250 feet with the two abutment spans slightly shorter,” he added. “The river piers consist of pipe pile supported cast in place, concrete footings and pier shafts, constructed with

sheet pile cofferdams and concrete seal placements.” According to Reed & Reed’s Project Manager, the history of the project has gone like this, thus far: • Proposals were submitted in November 2009 • Technical score summaries and pricing were opened in January 2010 and the project was awarded in February 2010.

• Work began on construction of the new bridge in August 2010. A terrible Maine winter — one of the worst New England has seen in 20 or more years — did not deter the Reed & Reed crews. “We worked through the winter of 2010, into 2011, constructing river piers, the Portland abutment and some MSE retaining wall. We began erecting precast segments in May of 2011,” stated Guerette. Pier and abutment construction was completed in July 2011. The segmental erection will be completed on Nov. 10, 2011. Guerette added that 361 segmental bridge sections have been erected in just seven months. “This winter, we will complete the concrete curb and center closure concrete on the bridge deck and be ready for membrane and paving in the spring of 2012,” he said. The scheduled date to open the new bridge is July 2012. “Contract completion date is Dec. 31, 2011. This will leave us six months to remove the existing bridge and demobilize see BRIDGE page 82


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the site,” said the Project Manager. Expanded Crews, Long Hours Guerette said there will be no 2011-2012 winter shut down for crews, no matter how deep the snow or fierce the Maine winds blow. “We have worked one shift, mainly 9-10 hours per day, five days a week. We had no winter shut down during the winter of 2010 and don’t plan to shut down in 2011,” said the boss. “The first eight months of the project, we had a staff of approximately 25 field crew and seven office support people working primarily on bridge substructure. “In May of 2010, as segmental erection began, and the substructure work continued, our crew grew to a high point of 65 field crew and 15 office support. Our current staff includes 38 in the field and 12 in support of field operations,” said Guerette. Primarily, he added, Reed & Reed is using Manitowoc 16000 440-ton (399 t) and 999 275-ton (249 t) crane models, both barge mounted, to erect pre-cast segments. These cranes are both owned by Reed & Reed. The formidable steel of the project — 35,000 linear ft. of steel pipe pile, was supplied by Skyline Steel. The 1 million lbs. of rebar was furnished by HAr-Mac Rebar, and the 10,500 cu. yds. of concrete was supplied by Dragon Products. In addition, 8,000 tons (7,257 t) of asphalt will be put down, with work to be completed by Pike Industries. There also will be 1.25 million linear ft. (381,000 m) of post tensioning cable and 9,660 linear ft. (2,944 m) of post tension bars, both supplied by DSI-USA of Chicago. Another major supplier was Unistress Corporation of Pittsfield, Mass., which built the precast segments. These segments were built in its plant in Pittsfield and trucked to the job site. Guerette was quick to credit his team and crew for the splendid work done so far, completing almost 90 percent of the work on the new bridge, including: • Project Superintendent Jay Whittemore – who has 30 years with Reed & Reed • Segmental Erection Superintendent Tom Reed — 4th generation family member, who has put in 30 years with his company. • Concrete Superintendent Roger Langley • Assistant Project Manager Dustin Littlefield

The bridge currently serves 10,000 vehicles per day and is a major connecting route from Interstate 295 to the business district and working waterfront of Portland.

• Quality Control Manager Charlie Seavey • Post Tensioning and Grouting Foreman Chris Bishop, who has a quarter century at Reed & Reed • Substructure/piling foreman Larry Tomon, another 25year-man • Segmental erection foreman Dana Lagasse, with 15 years on the job “We have an awesome crew with experience, intelligence and willingness to handle any challenge encountered,” said the proud Guerette. This is the first precast segmental bridge that Reed & Reed has ever built, added the Project Manager, but they were ready as planned. “We did gain a lot of experience working on the Penobscot Narrow Bridge (2005-2007). That was a cast-in-place segmental, cablestayed bridge in Verona, Maine,” he said. What made R&R the best choice for this project, beyond the bid, Guerette explained, was that, “We had control of the design process. “We worked closely with TY Lin and designed a bridge we knew we could build efficiently. We submitted a good design, and have an excellent history of completing complex bridge jobs on time and on budget,” added Guerette. Reed & Reed also gave credit to its subcontractors on the project, including: RJ Grondin of Gorham, Maine, which is doing Reed & Reed currently has a staff on the project that includes 38 in the the earth work on the approaches to the bridge and AD Electric of Sabattus, Maine, field and 12 in support of field operations.

the electrical and lighting subcontractor. About the Company Reed & Reed was founded in 1928. The thriving contracting and heavy iron construction company employs about 200 people. Beyond building and rebuilding bridges, highways and roads, it is noted for its Marine building work, wind power generation and solid diversification. Asked to name the company’s top eight projects over the past decade, Reed & Reed identified: • Kibby Mountain Wind Power — Eustis, Maine • Penobscot Narrows Bridge — Verona, Maine • Ocean Gateway — Portland, Maine, a cruise ship terminal • Norridgewock Bridge Replacement — 300 ft (91 m), tied concrete arch. • Back River Bridge — Arrowsic, Maine • Rollins Mountain Wind Power — Lincoln, Maine • Stetson Mountain Wind Power — Danforth, Maine • Deer Isle Bridge Foundation Rehab — Deer Isle, Maine So, what sets Reed & Reed apart to complete another difficult, Maine, multi-winter project on time and on budget? “We have excellent experience and job knowledge,” said Guerette. “We have the right equipment for the job, and a crew with a great attitude and desire to complete the project safely and productively on schedule.” For more information, visit www.reed-reed.com. (Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the New England state supplement.) CEG


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Recently, I got a very nice computer-generated letter from an outfit called The National Library of Poetry. “Dear Dave,” the letter begins. “over the past year or so, we have been reviewing the thousands of poems submitted to us, as well as examining the poetic accomplishments of people whose poetry has been featured in various anthologies released by other poetry publishers. After an exhaustive examination of this poetic artistry, The National Library of Poetry has decided to publish a collection of new poems written by THE BEST POETS we have encountered. “I am pleased to tell you, Dave, that you have been selected to appear in this special edition: “Best Poems of 1995”... The poem which you will submit for this edition has been accepted for publication sight unseen on the basis of your previous poetic accomplishments.” You talk about feeling honored. It’s not every day that a person who does not, technically, write poetry is selected as one of the top poets for a year that has not, technically, occurred yet. Oh, I know what some of you are thinking. You’re thinking, “Dave, you wienerhead, they don’t really think you’re a leading poet. They got your name form some mailing list, and they’ll publish any drivel you send in because what they REALLY want to do is throw a book together and then sell it to a bunch of pathetic loser wanna-be ‘poets’ for some absurdly inflated price like $50.” Well, that just shows how much YOU know. Because it turns out that “Best Poems of 1995” is now available at a special prepublication discount price of just $49.95. But listen to what you get: You get “a superb collection of over 3,000 poems on every topic.” As well as “an heirloom quality publication” with “imported French marbleized covers.” I called the number listed on The National Library of Poetry letterhead; a pleasantsounding woman answered, and I asked her which specific poetic accomplishments of mine the judges had reviewed before selecting me as one of the Best Poets. “Um,” she said, “we don’t have that available right now. All that information is closed in a backup file system.” I frankly have had very few poetic accomplishments. I once thought about writing poems for a line of thoughtful greeting cards, but I finished only one, which went: “Thinking of you “At this special time “And hoping your organ “Removal went fine.”

Of course, I have to produce an entirely new poem for “Best Poems of 1995.” I asked the woman at The National Library of Poetry if there were any special literary criteria involved; she said the only one was that the poem had to be, quote, “20 lines or less.” I was happy to hear that. If there’s one thing I hate, it’s a long poem. And if there’s another thing I hate, it’s a poem wherein the poet refuses to tell you what the hell he’s talking about. For example, when I was an English major in college, we spent weeks trying to get a handle on an extremely dense poem called “The Waste Land” by T.S. Eliot, only to conclude, after endless droning hours of classroom discussion, that the poem was expressing angst about the modern era. I felt like calling Eliot up and saying, “Listen, T.S., the next time you want to express angst, just EXPRESS it, OK? Just say ‘Yo! I’m feeling some angst over here!’” I believe that if some of your former bigname poets such as Homer and Milton (neither of whom, to my knowledge, was invited to be in “Best Poems of 1995”) had observed The National Library of Poetry’s 20-line limit, their careers would be in a lot better shape today. Anyway, I wrote a poem for “Best Poems of 1995.” I call it, simply, “Love.” Here it is: “O love is a feeling that makes a person strive “To crank out one of the Best Poems of 1995; “Love is what made Lassie the farm dog run back to the farmhouse to alert little Timmy’s farm family whenever little Timmy fell into a dangerous farm pit; “Love is a feeling that will not go away, like a fungus in your armpit; “So the bottom line is that there will always be lovers “Wishing to express their love in an heirloom quality book with imported French marbleized covers; “Which, at $49.95 a pop multiplied by 3,000 poets “Works out to gross literary revenues of roughly $150,000, so it’s “A good bet that whoever thought up the idea of publishing this book “Doesn’t care whether this last line rhymes.” I sent this poem in to the folks at The National Library of Poetry. And T.S., if you send something in, for God’s sake, keep it simple. © 2011 Tribune Media Services Inc. (This article first appeared Nov. 6, 1994.)


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WICA Seeks Nominees for Woman of Distinction Award The Women in Concrete Alliance (WICA) — a networking organization for women in the concrete industry — has announced the call for entries for the second annual Woman of Distinction award. According to Kari Moosmann, cofounder of WICA, the award was created to celebrate women in the industry. “We are excited to see a woman in the industry honored by her peers,” said Moosmann. “This award will reinforce that women are a valued resource in the concrete construction industry.” WICA co-founder Kimberly Kayler noted that the recipient of the award will signify the spirit of the Women in Concrete Alliance. “WICA was formed to supply information, opportunities and mentoring to women working in the concrete construction industry,” said Kayler. “There are many women that really make a difference for other women in the industry, as well as make this is a better marketplace for us all. This award gives us a chance to celebrate those heroes.” Rosa Olivia Becerra, owner/president of Cortamex, a diamond blade supplier in Tijuana, Mexico, was voted the winner of the first award for her dedication to her customers. “This is a touching and proud moment in my career,” said Becerra, “The success I have had is founded on the beliefs that if you work hard and are passionate about what you do, you will be rewarded regardless of gender. Combine this thinking with exceeding customer expectations and you have my formula for running my company.” Becerra began her construction career as a bookkeeper for her brother’s concrete cutting company and eventually took over when he left. Her tireless devotion to her company and her clients make her a Woman of Distinction. When asked about her success in construction industry, Becerra responded, “Take the time to find out where your customer feels he or she needs

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Army Corps of Engineers Deploys Portadam to Keep the Missouri at Bay Portadam Inc., based in Williamstown, N.J., has been manufacturing temporary cofferdam systems since 1981. While contractors along the Eastern seaboard appreciate the portable system’s functionality, company CEO Bob Gatta said the versatile structure wasn’t well known elsewhere. The Army Corps of Engineers changed that by purchasing 8,000 linear ft. (2,438 m) of 5-ft. (1.5 m) high units for flood control. With sections stationed across the country for rapid deployment to emergency sites, the secret is out about the benefits of this fully The system includes a flexible waterproof membrane made of nylon-reinforced PVC reusable modular system. material attached to a welded tubular steel frame. The rugged fabric passed ACE In June 2011, when spring impact studies, rendering it capable of withstanding debris-laden flood surges. rains and heavy snowmelt caused the Missouri River to breach the levee in Parkville, Mo., the Corps dispatched 1,600 linear ft. (487 m) of the system to hold back floodwater. Although the Corps doesn’t endorse any product, results from a 2004 test conducted at the Engineering Research and Development Center in Vicksburg, Miss., at the request of Congress ranked Portadam first, based on speed and ease of installation and removal and because it’s 100 percent reusable. Initially developed in 1974 through a British government grant, the system includes a flexible waterproof membrane made of nylon-reinforced PVC material attached to a welded tubular steel frame. When the Mississippi River topped the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta levee When one job is done, it can be power- in Tunica, Miss., the Fitzgerald Casino was one of several resorts washed and reused. Strong enough to absorb inundated. demolition blasts during bridge construction, the rugged fabric passed ACE impact studies, rendering Portadam resulted in 2,100 linear ft. (640 m) of the cofferit capable of withstanding debris-laden flood surges. In addi- dam system delivered three days later. A crew of 20 installed tion, Gatta noted, the non-porous material stops rips from it in a day. Speed of installation makes the Portadam system an propagating, meaning it won’t fail if the liner is punctured. Environmentally friendly, it doesn’t trap contamination. appealing option. Because it doesn’t penetrate the sub-surAnother advantage is that “everything that goes in the water face, installation is quicker and removal is easier. Both are comes back out,” Gatta said. Sheet piling can leave metal completed without heavy equipment. As a result, it’s typicalfragments behind. Sandbags can leak; conversely, they can ly one-half to two-thirds the cost of sheet piling. Cost is one thing; accessibility is another. leach toxins from floodwaters, complicating their disposal. “It can go places where sheet piling can’t,” Gatta Fargo, N.D., annually uses 1 to 3 million sandbags to fight flooding along the Red River. Messy and labor-intensive, explained. It adapts to any soil type and is suitable for slopes. they were largely replaced this year by 1,600 linear ft. of Since it rests atop the sub-surface, Portadam doesn’t create Portadam sent by the Corps to extend the levee. Portadam turbidity like other methods of containment. Gatta described it as a time-proven product that minimizes required less manpower and only 20 hours to install. Similarly, when the Mississippi River topped the Yazoo- the risks of cofferdamming. Originally designed for the conMississippi Delta levee in Tunica, Miss., the Fitzgerald struction industry, its value as emergency flood control is Casino was one of several resorts inundated. A call to becoming well known.

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SnowEx Spreader Now Features Steel Frame The SnowEx SP-85SS walk-behind broadcast spreader, now comes with a stainless steel frame, which helps eliminate rust issues on the frame, while the hopper is protected by corrosion-resistant polyethylene construction. The SP-85SS offers a 160-lb. (72.5 kg) capacity and is capable of spreading bagged rock salt and pelletized material. For enhanced material flow, the unit contains a single-slot port design and extra wide throat opening. It also comes with a 10-in. (25.4 cm) plastic spinner and adjustable deflectors, allowing the SP-85SS to spread material up to 20 ft. (6 m) wide. Other standard features include a top screen to keep out large chunks of material, a clear poly cover to prevent foreign materials from entering the hopper, and 13-in. (33 cm) pneumatic tires to push easily over snow and ice. The SP-85SS is covered by a two-year limited warranty. In addition to the SP-85SS, SnowEx offers a full line of spreaders, pre-wetting/de-icing sprayers, snowbrooms and other gear for winter maintenance applications. For more information, call 800/725-8377 or visit www.trynexfactory.com.

The SP-85SS offers a 160-lb. (72.5 kg) capacity and is capable of spreading bagged rock salt and pelletized material.

Paladin’s FFC Snow Blower Moves Snow Drifts Up to 45 Feet The FFC snow blower by Paladin Construction Group turns a skid steer into a mini snowplowing machine for small to medium snow removal jobs. This twostage hydraulic blower is available in both standard and high-flow models that range between 4 and 8 ft. (1.2 and 2.4 m) wide, with shroud openings of 25 or 36 in. (63.5 or 91 cm). The large 18-in. (45.7 cm) auger cuts as deep as 36 in. (91 cm) into snow and drifts and then throws it up to 45 ft. (13.7 m) away from the clearing surface. Choose from an electronic or electro/hydraulic powered, poly-lined chute and deflector that reduces clogging and makes direction adjustments quickly. High-flow models never require a case drain. To ensure a cleaner and safer surface, FFC snow blowers have replaceable, wearresistant hardened edges that can be easily changed when they become dull, according to the manufacturer. All snow blowers provide added visibility and include adjustable skid shoes, as well as a one-year warranty on the structure and six-month warranty on the hydraulics. For more information, call 800/4567100 or visit www.paladinconstructiongroup.com.

The FFC snow blower turns a skid steer into a mini snowplowing machine for small to medium snow removal jobs.


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August 2010 and is on track to be completed in November 2013. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is providing oversight for the project. The $62.9 million project is a joint effort between PennDOT Districts 10-0 and 12-0. The project funds are 80 percent federal and 20 percent state. The Freeport Bridge rehabilitation will strengthen the existing superstructure over the Allegheny River and provide new northbound and southbound approach structures. Traffic is being maintained across the Freeport Bridge at all times during construction using half-width construction phasing. In addition, a new roadway design was developed to simplify and improve traffic safety on the northern Phase 2 began in October structure approach in Butler 2011 with the deck and Armstrong Counties. removal of the southThe current ramp configurabound lanes. tion has 13 intersections and three weave areas within a confined project area. The safer and more user-friendly new design reduces the bridge and intersection.” number of intersections and PennDOT District 12-0 weaves, eliminates all maintains the entire structure skewed intersections, and from the northern to the reduces travel times. Traffic southern abutment, and also is being maintained on the oversaw the development of northern bridge approach to plans for the bridge rehabiliFreeport Road, Freeport tation and the approach Borough and PA Route 356 Widening of the northbound lanes took place during Phase 1. structures. The rehabilitation to PA Route 28 as well. consists of upgrades to the The main truss over the Allegheny River is 1,073 ft. (327 m) long, with 1,369 ft. (417.3 m) of superstructure, new piers and structures for the northern and southern approach structures. The northern approach contains a series of ramps, merge approaches to the main span, and a new reinforced concrete deck. PennDOT District 10-0 maintains PA Route 356 beginning at the northern points and side street intersections connecting PA Routes 356 and 128; Freeport Road (State Route 2019); Coal Street and Laneville. The total proj- bridge abutment and all connecting state roads in Armstrong and Butler Counties. This office engineered a new roadway design to simplify and ect length is 1.5 mi. (2.4 km). Prime contractor Brayman Construction Corporation of Saxonburg, Pa., improve the safety of the northern structure approach. Federal transportation legislation and the FHWA require state governwas awarded the contract. The family-owned business was incorporated in 1947 with a staff of two. Over the years, Brayman has grown, diversified and ments to consider intermodal transportation facilities in highway projects evolved its construction services from a small bridge and concrete company where it is practical to accommodate alternative forms of transportation. PennDOT is working with local trail organizers and public officials to incorto a large, nationally recognized heavy civil and geotechnical contractor. “The partnership formed between PennDOT and Brayman Construction porate feasible and prudent trail facilities into the project design. This has proven invaluable on this project,” said Carl Ray, PennDOT project man- includes a combination sidewalk/bike path onto the rehabilitated Freeport ager. “We have progress meetings every two weeks, where we invite any Bridge. The path will help connect the Butler Freeport Community Trail and subcontractors and community leaders that would like to attend in order to Rachel Carson Trail in Butler and Armstrong counties to the Wynn and Clara keep the project running on time, and within budget, while attempting to Tredway River Trail and Baker Trail in Westmoreland County. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web keep the public’s impact at a minimum.” Geronimo Painting of Lisbon, Ohio, was subcontracted to do all the clean- site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG ing and painting associated with the main truss span. Advantage Steel and Construction, headquartered in Saxonburg, Pa., is in charge of all steel erection on the approach spans, and all repair work on the • Caterpillar 315, 320, 324 and 330 excavators; main truss. The concrete paving of • Manitowoc 777 crane and 4100 crane with crane front drill; approach roadways is being performed by • Terex 275 crane; Gulisek Construction LLC of Mt. Pleasant, • IMT 240 drill rig; Pa. • Multiple Lima truck cranes; and “Other than a few additional steel repairs and a very wet spring last year, the project • 9,500 cu. yds. (7,264 cu m) of concrete; has been pretty smooth,” said Tom • 36,000 tons (32,659 t) of asphalt; and Hesmond, Brayman Construction project • 5,407,658 lbs. (2,452872 kg) of structural steel. manager. “The end product will produce a

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Atlas Copco Introduces New Fabick CAT, Cleveland Brothers Series of KT Compressors Appointed as NorAm Dealers Atlas Copco Compressors has developed Electric models range from 1.5 to 2 hp (1 a new line of portable piston compressors to 1.5 kW) and include special features such ideal for light industrial use, applications as a start-stop pressure switch control, a fully within the vehicle service market, as well as enclosed belt guard, tank drains and a disa wide range of construction applications. charge valve. The new KT Range is a contractor series that provides compressed air in a portable package while offering durability to withstand daily wear-and-tear. “Providing dependable compressors The KT Range contractor for a diverse base of customers and industries remains our primary focus,” series features seven said Robert Eshelman, vice president of the industrial air range of Atlas new electric and Copco in the United States. “We developed these products using our time- gas-powered models. tested and proven technology that complements what we believe is already one of the most expansive ranges on the market.” The gas-driven models provide additional The KT Range contractor series features power, ranging from 5.5 to 12.75 hp (4 to 9.5 seven new electric and gas-powered models, kW), and offer additional features beyond delivering up to 25.3 cfm at 100 psi, in a those included with the electric models, low-profile design complete with a semi- including engine slowdown (pilot valve) and pneumatic wheel. Each model is made in the low-oil level engine protection. United States and ready for distribution to For more information, visit customers. www.atlascopco.com.

Fabick CAT, based in St. Louis, Mo., now represents the NorAm 65E compact motorgrader from its nine locations in Missouri. The longtime family owned Caterpillar dealer sells, rents, and supports the 65E at each branch location including its extensive network of Fabick Rental Services Stores. “NorAm offers a compact motorgrader for our valued customers that provides excellent quality and productivity with value second to none. It definitely meets the Fabick creed of ‘to ever serve our customers,’ “said Mike Pospischil, Fabick general manager, sales. Cleveland Brothers CAT, headquartered in Murrysville, Pa., has been appointed the NorAm dealer with its 17 locations in Pennsylvania and two in northwest West Virginia. Cleveland Brothers also is a fami-

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pipeline siting and construction because of a recent proposal by a company called M3 Midstream, also referred to by its brand name of “Momentum,” to construct a local gas gathering line as part of its “Appalachia Gathering System.” The AGS is being built to link so-called “gathering lines,” 12-in. (30.5 cm) diameter pipes, which transport natural gas between well heads, along 150 mi. (241 km) from northern West Virginia through Greene and Washington counties. Although all of the necessary easements have been purchased in West Virginia, several are still needed in Pennsylvania. The gathering lines would connect with 24-in. (61 cm) interstate pipelines. During a similar meeting Dec. 1 in Peters, council members heard a report from Silvestri, detailing several easement agreements between property owners and Momentum. Silvestri said the Houston, Texas-based company has contacted the township about burying the pipeline beneath several township roads. Because the company is not a public utility, it can’t encroach on public property without permission, Spahr said. Both townships plan to negotiate with the company about easement rights. No member of the public spoke out against the project during the township meetings, and a Marcellus Shale citizens group from Peters also declined to comment. The company has purchased 50-ft. (15.2 m)-wide easements from private property owners along a 1.2-mi. (1.9 km) route from Venetia Road near Railroad Street to McClelland Road, including through the Finleyville Cemetery in Peters. Bob McClure, Finleyville Cemetery president, said the pipeline will not disturb any graves in the 26-acre (10.5 ha) property. “It’s not even close to an existing grave,” he said of the proposed route, set to originate at Trax Farms in Union and travel around the outer rim of the cemetery property. The line would continue into Nottingham, where Supervisor Doug King said he doesn’t expect having to develop a new ordinance. Gas transmission lines already are located throughout the township dating to the 1960s, he said. The township requires pipeline companies to provide a route map and to apply for street crossing permits when necessary, he said. If heavy machinery will be hauled over township roads, companies also would be required to post a bond for road improvements. Company spokesman George Francisco said Momentum has applied for a permit from the state Department of Environmental Protection to build the Pennsylvania portion of the AGS. “We are in that process today,” he said. “Our permitting process in Pennsylvania is under way.” The DEP oversees such gathering lines, while the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission handles permits for larger interstate pipelines. Francisco said pipeline construction is expected to begin around the new year and should take about nine months, he said. Francisco said Momentum has been on good terms with local officials and hopes that will continue. “The good neighbor thing is something we pride ourselves on,” Francisco said. “We want to maintain good relationships.”

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Auction Calendar

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

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Friday, December 30: ALBANY (GREENWICH), NEW YORK: Rental Returns of New Holland, Kobelco, Cat Construction Equipment, Support, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers.

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Saturday, January 7: PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA: Very Large Job Completion. HILITES: Cat D8T, Cat 330DL, 2008 Cat 321DL, 2006 Extec C12 Crawler Crusher, Morbark 12ft. Trommel Screen, 2007 Cat 525C, 2006 Cat 525B, Cat 535B, Log Skidders, (2) American General 8x6 Winches, Truck Tractors, (2) IH Paystar 5070 (t/a) Dump Trucks, Cat 821C Loader.

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Thursday, January 12: PORTLAND, OREGON: Major Job Completion Auction: HILITES: Cat 988F, Cat 988F, Volvo L220E, Volvo L70E, 2008-2006 Komatsu WA250L-5, Cat D9L, Cat D8L, Volvo A30C, (6x6), Hitachi ZX800, Cat 163H.

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Saturday, January 14: COLUMBUS (DELAWARE), OHIO: Late Model John Deere Rental Returns: Support, Trucks & Trailers, HILITES: JD 200CLC, (5) JD 120CL, (2) JD 80C, JD 744J, JD 444K, (2) JD 310 Super G, JD 750C, JD 700HLT, JD 650J, IR SD70D, (2) 2008 JD 320, (4) Floor Scrubbers.

6.-14. Saturday, January 28 - Sunday, February 5: KISSIMMEE (WINTER GARDEN), FLORIDA: 19th Annual 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. 15.

Saturday, March 3: TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA: Large Logging, Construction, Truck Tractors, Dump & Utility Trucks, Support Equipment. 16.-17. 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. 18. DTBA: HOUSTON, TEXAS: Late Model Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers Auction. 19. DTBA: DALLAS (FT. WORTH), TEXAS: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Attachments Support.

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Ritchie Bros. recent sale in North East, Md., featured equipment from American Infrastructure as well as other owners. The next scheduled auction in North East, Md., is on March 27, 2012.

More Than 1,900 Bidders Participate in Ritchie Bros. North East, Md., Sale A Caterpillar crawler pipelayer is ready for the auction ramp.

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ore than 1,900 bidders participated online or in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’ multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction in North East, Md., on Dec.13. Bidders came from 40-plus countries, including 47 U.S. John Kernan, equipment superintendent, Diamond states. More than 85 percent of Materials, Wilmington, Del., works out a John Deere the equipment was sold to buy- dozer. ers outside the state, from as far away as Panama, Peru, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Online bidders purchased approximately36 percent of the equipment lots sold. The auction featured more than 1,300 equipment items and trucks, including 45-plus hydraulic excavators, 25-plus wheel loaders, 25-plus crawler tractors, 25-plus truck tractors and more than 30 pick-up trucks. see RITCHIE page 113

Eric Davidson of Charlestown Landscaping Phoenixville, Pa., looks over a Cat wheel loader.


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Railroads, Waterways Lead Market in Growth Next Year FORECAST from page 1

2011. The subway and light rail markets will be down even more. “The main factors driving the decline in highway and bridge construction are not surprising: the winding down of infrastructure investment under the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act [ARRA], continued weak growth in the U.S. economy, persistent state and local budget challenges, and a static federal-aid highway program,” Black said. Black cautioned the long-delayed highway/transit reauthorization bill remains a “wild card.” If Congress in early 2012 passes a multi-year bill, that at minimum, maintains current investment levels, it could help interject greater certainty in the market. Both the Senate and House proposals also contain language to expand the Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA), which if leveraged quickly, could offer another market boost, she said. The good news in the ARTBA forecast: the railroad market, driven largely by private sector investment, is expected to increase by nearly four percent; and the value of construction for ports and waterways is expected to grow by six percent, driven by work on both coasts in preparation for the 2014 expansion of the Panama Canal. Also good news, the transportation construction market sector will remain the most stable industry sector as it has been for the past five years. Between 2007 and 2011, the real value of highway and bridge construction, adjusted with the ARTBA Price Index for material prices, wages and inflation, fell only 10 percent. Over the same period, the real value of total construction work in the United States fell by one-third from $1.1 trillion to an estimated $769 billion. And the real value of residential construction tanked more than 50 percent from $500.5 billion in 2007 to $236.5 billion in 2011. The historical stability of the transportation market is in large part due to the role of public sector financing, ARTBA said. Despite the national downturn in market activity, some states are poised for growth, Black noted. There are 18 states where the value of state and local government highway

and bridge contract awards for fiscal year 2011 is higher compared to fiscal year 2010. This is an indicator that the value of work in those states will likely increase in the coming year as those projects are under way. The value of contract awards is down in 19 states and Washington D.C. Contract awards in the remaining eight states were relatively stable, either up or down within five percent. ARTBA’s 2012 forecast for other transportation modes: Bridges The value of bridge work is expected to drop by 10 percent from $26.3 billion to $23.6 billion, primarily because nearly all the projects that include ARRA investments are finished or under way and state/local DOTs are pulling back on new projects. This is likely due to a combination of the delayed federal reauthorization bill and continued state and local budget challenges. Airports The value of work done on airport runways is expected to fall four percent from $4.9 billion in 2011 to $4.7 billion, primarily because of flat funding for the Airport Improvement Program and continued failure by Congress to pass a new aviation bill. Subway and Light Rail After a decade of growth, the real value of subway and light rail construction is expected to drop nearly 16 percent from $5.4 billion in 2011 to $4.6 billion. Contract awards for subway and light rail are down sharply in 2011, indicating transit agencies are pulling back on projects. About the Model ARTBA has a series of econometric models that take into account current economic conditions, state and local funding and federal investment. The ARTBA forecast model assumes: 1) the U.S. economy will continue to show modest growth in the coming years; 2) material prices and project costs will be in line with inflation; and 3) there is no major increase or decrease in federal investment over the next five years.

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RENTAL RETURN AUCTION New Holland, Kobelco, Cat Construction Equipment, Support, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers Capital Tractor

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30 @ 10:00 AM GREENWICH (ALBANY), NEW YORK (WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS) NOTE: Selling will be late model construction & support equipment, trucks and trailers that are ready to go to work. HILITES INCLUDE: 8 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2005 Cat 345BL-II, Cat 325BL, Cat 315L, Cat 315L, 2003 NH EC240, Kobelco SK220LC, Kobelco SK35R, JD 690ELC, 4 TOOL CARRIERS: (2) Cat IT28F, (2) Cat IT28B, 12 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2007 NH W130, 2004 NH LW80, Cat 962G, Cat 950F, (2) 2005 JD 444J, Komatsu WA300, Kawasaki 60Z-IV, (3) Fiat Allis 545B, Trojan/ Eaton, 7 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 NH D95, Cat D6RLGP, Cat D4C-II, Cat D3C-II, 2003 JD 750CLGP (cab), 2004 JD 450H, JD 450, 7 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2004 NH LB75, NH 675E (4x4), (2) 2006 JD 310 Super G (4X4), JCB 215 (4x4), Ford 445C, Cub Cadet 7274 (4x4), VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2003 Dynapac CC92, 5 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2008 NH C175, 2007 Case 440CT, (2) 2005 Bobcat T190, Takeuchi TL150, 13 SKID STEERS: 2005 NH LS185B, 2010-2007 NH L170, 2004 NH LS170, 2008 NH L160, (2) 2005 NH LS160, NH LX865, NH LX665, 2008 JD 320, Case 1840, Gehl 4625, Gehl SL3825, 2 BOOM LIFTS: 2004 Genie S80 (4x4), Terex TA64, 6 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) Skyjack 7027, Skyjack SJIII-4626, Skyjack SJIII-3226, (2) Skyjack SJIII-3219, 6 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: Unused NH Boomer 8N (4x4), 2010 NH 8N (4x4), 2007 NH TL100A (4x4), Ford/NH 1720, Demo Cub Cadet LX450 (4x4), Mahindra 1816, WATER PUMPS: 2004 Wacker PT6LT 6in. WATER TRUCK: 1997 Ford F Series (2, 200 gal.), FLATBED TRUCKS: 1990 Ford L9000 (t/a), 2 TRUCK TRACTORS: (2) 2000 Freightliner F12 (s/a), 2 PICKUPS:1998 Ford F150, 2000 GMC 1500, SANDERS: 2 yard, DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: Witzco 50 T (tri.), TAGALONG TRAILERS: 2000 TrailEze 20T (t/a 10 DUMP TRAILERS: (4) 1984 Hill 32ft. (tri.), (2) 1980 Cobra 30ft. (tri.), 1978 Dorsey 30ft. (tri.), 1974-1973 TrailCo 28ft. (tri.), 1966 Fruehauf 28ft. (tri.), ASPHALT TRAILER: 1989 Flowboy ST1000 (t/a), LOG TRAILERS: 1982 Evans (t/a), 5 CAMPERS: (2) Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., (3 )Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., 2 UTILITY VEHICLES: Yamaha Rhino, Cub Cadet (4x4), GOLF CARTS: Electric Golf Cart EZ-Go, 2 RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: New 196CC Mini Bike Baja, New 150CC Scooter, PALLETS OF STONES: (14) Pallets of Various Stones, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Impact Wrenches, New Water Hose, Pintle Hitches, Ratchet Straps, Diamond Blades, Submersible Pumps, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Air Spray Gun Kit, Water Pump, Mustang Rammer, Jack Hammer Air Hose, Hammer Drill, Hose Reels, Scaffolding, Porta Powers, Straps, Bottle Jacks, Battery Charger, Winches, Socket, Hose Reel, Booster Packs, Weedeater, Chainsaws, Vise, Sandblaster, Drill Press, Tri-Ball, Post Hole Digger, Cherry Picker, Wagon, Trailer Jacks, 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, New Magnum Easy Kleen Magnum 4000 pressure washers. SALE SITE PHONE: (518) 692-2464, (863) 325-5949

online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com DIRECTIONS: 25 miles north of Albany: Use I-87 North to Exit 14. Take Rt. 29 East, 14 miles to outskirts of Greenwich, sale site is on your left. Address: Washington County Fairgrounds, 398 Old Schuylerville Road, Greenwich, NY 12834.

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS

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• Orlando, FL February 14-18, 2012

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CANADA • Grande Prairie, AB April 10-11, 2012

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• Las Vegas, NV January 27, 2012 • Houston, TX February 7-8, 2012

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• Saskatoon, SK April 18, 2012

• Moerdijk, The Netherlands February 23-24, 2012 • St. Aubin Sur Gaillon, France March 6, 2012 • Caorso, Italy March 8, 2012 • Panama City, Panama March 9, 2012 • Ocana, Spain March 15-16, 2012 • Brisbane, Australia March 20, 2012 • Geelong, Australia March 22, 2012

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Wide Array of Iron Goes on Block at North East Auction RITCHIE from page 110

This Vermeer mini-excavator caught the attention of Keith Roberts (L) and Shawn Justice, both of Elkton, Md.

Larry Comes, of Jarrettsville, Md., exits the cab of a Case backhoe.

Don Yanick (L), Castle Construction, and Bruce Evans, Ransome CAT, get ready to go into the sale room.

Lot number 111, a Case 850K dozer, goes on the auction block.

A Volvo A25D with optional tree spade awaits a new home.


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Customers, Deere Engineers Team Up to Launch 755K Crawler Loader The 755K crawler loader has powertrain and track system technology designed for Deere’s new 850K crawler dozer.

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We at Petrowsky Auctioneers Wish You a Healthy Holiday Season & Prosperous New Year!

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Built from the ground up by customer collaboration with Deere engineers, the new 755K crawler loader features productivity enhancements and a new ITIV-certified diesel engine to help contractors to get more work done with less noise and fewer emissions, according to the manufacturer. Capitalizing on the loader design, track systems and comfortable cabs engineered for its dozers and K-Series loaders, the 755K is quiet, comfortable and easy to operate. Helping customers meet the latest local emissions regulations and bid specifications, it also has been updated with a John Deere ITIV-certified engine. Dozens of customers worked closely with Deere product development on the 755K. “Our customers spoke, and we listened,” said Dan Drescher, crawler product marketing manager of John Deere Construction & Forestry. “The 755K incorporates several enhancements that not only increase productivity, but respond to individual operator preferences, such as the V-pattern or joystick transmission control option. There’s also a rear ripper design to help turn materials, a viscous-mounted cab for noise suppression and increased serviceability to make daily maintenance easier.” Many of the contractors that collaborated with Deere on the 755K design also asked for a crawler loader built in the United States. “General excavating and earthmoving contractors now have a North American-built crawler loader tailored to their needs that can easily tackle a wide variety of regional terrain conditions,” Drescher said. The 755K crawler loader has powertrain and track system technology designed for Deere’s new 850K crawler dozer.

Together with an ITIV-certified engine, the crawler loader reaches performance targets for hydraulic hp, lift capacity, drawbar pull and engine power boost. “With 190 hp, the 755K also has a higher maximum hinge pin clearance than the competition, more dump clearance and more static tipping load capacity,” said Drescher. “The bottom-line result is greater productivity.” The 755K also features a number of cab improvements to increase operator comfort. The viscous cab mounting reduces noise from vibration while double-laminated rear window glass and complete interior sound-dampening treatment significantly reduce noise levels. Other cab conveniences include a sealed switch module with keyless start, security mode with auto shutdown and a diagnostic monitor that’s both easy to read and provides machine condition information at a glance. “Not only is the 755K easy to operate, it’s also easy to service,” Drescher said. “We find that the easier a unit is to service on a daily basis, the more likely it is that the service will get done. That means more uptime, more productivity and more earning power for our customers.” Among several easy maintenance features on the 755K is Deere’s NeverGrease pins in its loader bucket linkage, which eliminate time-consuming, messy greasing. Service points also have been color-coded for easy identification, fluid sampling valves are now standard, and under the iron, operators will find hinged belly pans and improved access. Deere’s Quad-Cool system also features a tilt-out grille and fan for simplified core cleanout, while separate hydrostatic and hydraulic reservoirs prevent the possibility of oil cross-contamination. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com.


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VERY LARGE JOB COMPLETION

Fleischner Excavation SATURDAY, JANUARY 7 @ 9:30 AM PITTSBURGH (TARENTUM), PENNSYLVANIA HILITES: 2 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 Cat D8T (ripper), Cat D8R, 3 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006 Cat 330DL, 2008 Cat 321DLCR, New/Unused Komatsu PC200LC-8, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2003 Case 821C, Case 621BXT, CRAWLER LOADER: Cat 963B, ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: 2001 Terex TA40, MOTOR GRADERS: Wabco 444, SKID STEERS: 2005 Cat 287B, AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT: 2006 Extec C12 Crawler Crusher, Morbark 12ft. Trommel Screen, RADIAL STACKERS: CNV 30x60, Mc Closkey 36x60, Screen Machine 24x30, HORIZONTAL GRINDER: 2003 Diamond Z DZH7000, 3 LOG SKIDDERS: 2007 Cat 535B, 2007 Cat 525C, 2006 Cat 525B, MULCHERS: Hydro-Ax721E (4X4), WOOD CHIPPERS: Morbark WCL23, STUMP GRINDER: Vermeer 1469, FORKLIFTS: Wiggins W150Y (15,000lb.), SPECIALTY TRUCKS: (2) 1980 American General 8x6 Winches, AIR COMPRESSOR: IR P185WD, TRUCK CRANE: P&H T250 (25T, tri.), TRUCK TRACTORS, 7 DUMP TRUCKS: (4) 2005 Mack CV713 (tri.), (2) 1976 IH Paystar 5070 (t/a), 1976 Ford Super Duty (t/a), HI FLAT TRAILERS: Vulcan (tri.), TAGALONGS: Interstate 20T, ROLLOFF TRAILERS: Galbreath (t/a), 2 UNUSED CAMPERS: Unused Holiday Rambler Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., Unused R-Vision Mini Park Model 32SK 33ft., SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) New 2in. High Pressure Water Pumps, (2) Portable Air Conditioners, Miller Electric Welder, (2) Kerosene Heaters, Partner Saw, Miller 400amp diesel Welder, Kohler Air Compressor, 480 volt Welder, Kimberton Engineering LBSS6LC w/ Laser box grader, Timberling HP181 Hydr. Feller Head, Fleco Root Crawler Tractor Rake, Bear Claw Chains, Shop Tools, Magnet w/Gen Set, Cincinnati Press Brake, Aluminum Flat Bed, (3) Power Pacs w/ Cylinders, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: Brush Grapple, Qty. of 3 Hydr. Stump Shears, Pulverizer, (8) Buckets, Maverick 8250 HSP Hydr. Hammer, Rammer 5000lb. Hydr. Hammer, Loaders: (4) Wheel Loader Forks, (2) Wheel Loader Buckets, Backhoes: (4) Buckets.

LATE MODEL JOHN DEERE RENTAL RETURN AUCTION SATURDAY, JANUARY 14 @ 9:30 AM COLUMBUS, OHIO (DELAWARE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS) NOTE: Selling will be late model John Deere earthmoving equipment from recently completed jobs along with an array of support equipment and attachments. HILITES INCLUDE: 8 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: JD 200CLC, JD 120CLC, JD 120CLC, JD 120CLC, JD 120CLC, JD 80C, JD 80C, JD 80C, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2006 JD 744J, 2010 JD 444K, 4 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: JD 410G (4x4), JD 310 Super G (4x4), JD 310 Super G (4x4), JD 310 Super G (4x4), 3 SKID STEERS: 2007 JD 317, 2008 JD 320, 2008 JD 320, 6 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2005 JD 750C, JD 700HLT, JD 650J, JD 650H, JD 450H, Cat D6C, VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2005 IR SD70D, 3 ASPHALT ROLLERS: Stone WolfPack 2500, Stone WolfPack 2500, Stone WolfPack 2500, 4 FLOOR SCRUBBERS: Nilfisk 2052P (50in.), Nilfisk 2052P (50in.), Nilfisk 2052P (50in.), Nilfisk 2052P (50in.), PLUS AIR COMPRESSORS, WELDERS, LIGHT PLANTS, GENERATORS, ATTACHMENTS & MORE. SITE INFO.: (740) 369-2439, (863) 602-8292 OHIO LICENSE #: 63199360809, OHIO AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 62199360989 online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com

DIRECTIONS: From Pittsburgh Airport: Take 60 South to 79 North to 76 East to exit 48. Stay right off exit. Go straight on road. At second light, make a right and follow signs for 28N. Take 28N to exit 14. Stay left on exit ramp, left at bottom of ramp. Go 4 1/2 miles to Lardintown Rd. Follow Auction signs. Address: 3150 Lardintown Rd., Tarentum, PA 15084.

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.

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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

PA LICENSE #: AU-003051-E

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Sicilia Construction Inc. Thursday, January 5, 2011 @ 10:00 A.M. 3104 Zoeller Road • Alden, NY (Off Walden Ave.)

Friday, February 24th @ 9:00am

More equipment coming, check our website for additional information. www.teitsworth.com Selling Equipment: Case 580 L, 4WD Backhoe w/ cab, Extendahoe NH 865 Skid Steer loader JD 450G 6 way Dozer Komatsu P.C. 40MR Excavator w/rubber tracks NH 185.B track Skid Steer w/bucket, forks JD 450G 6 way Dozer JD 5105 Tractor w/front loader Ditch Witch walk behind trencher Multiquip Diesel Air Compressor Diesel 6500 Gen Set Gas 8000 Gen Set Power Georgia buggy Plate Tamper Road saw Steel sidewalk and curb

forms Black top tools Safety fence and cones Equipment trailers Shop Tools: Welders, Torches, Air compressor, Hand tools and more. Selling Trucks: 1982 Mack R688 Tandem Dump, extra clean 1987 Freightliner Tandem Dump 1984 IH 1600 Crew Cab Dump 1992 Isuzu one ton service truck 2007 F350 Diesel stake body

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ADVERTISER INDEX A MONTANO COMPANY ..................................................44

ERRICKSON EQUIPMENT INC ......................................28

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC ..............................114

AIM ATTACHMENTS ........................................................79

FIVE STAR EQUIPMENT INC ..........................................51

PIECHOTAS/AMERICAN RENTAL EQUIP ......................96

ALEX LYON & SON INC

FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ..........................................41

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

CALENDAR ................................................................109

FLUID POWER ..............................................................103

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

ALBANY NY 12/30/11..................................................111

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

POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ....................................90

TARENTUM PA 01/07 COLUMBUS OH 01/14/12 ....115

FRED ADAMS ......................................................................6

PRO-TECH MANUFACTURING ....................................101

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

GEHL PAVER ....................................................................48

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

GOMACO CORP ..............................................................58

ARTIC SNOW & ICE CONTROL PRODUCT ....................97

GRIDIRON AFTERMARKET ..........................................101

ASPHALT CARE EQUIPMENT ........................................58

H & R PARTS ....................................................................32

AVALANCHE ....................................................................99

HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL ..................................18

BARGAINS ......................................................................104

HARTER EQUIPMENT INC ..............................................12

BASCHMANN SERVICES INC ......................................103

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ....................81

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

IRON PLANET

RANSOME CAT ..................................................2,28,41,44 RECKART LOGISTICS INC ............................................112 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ORLANDO FL FEBRUARY 2012 ..............................120 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ......................................38 ROSCO MFG CO ..............................................................55 ROY TEITSWORTH INC AUCTION 1/5/12 ........................................................116

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

ONLINE AUCTION 2/21-24/12 ..................................117

BOBCAT COMPANY ........................................................72

J D EQUIPMENT ..............................................................28

SAKAI AMERICA INC ........................................................49

BODINE MFG ....................................................................41

JCB INC ..........................................................................102

STATE LINE MACHINE INC ............................................98

BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT CO ..................32

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

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

BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..........................19

JFW EQUIPMENT INC ....................................................52

STU HARRIS ..................................................................108

CADCO/CONGDON ASSOCIATES ..................................98

JOHN DEERE ..................................................................75

TAKEUCHI ........................................................................92

CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ..................................................28

JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ............................................83

TEREX COMPACT ............................................................88

CATERPILLAR INC ..........................................................39

KASI INFRARED CORP ..................................................58

TEREX LOADER BACKHOES ........................................86

CEG SCALE MODELS ....................................................42

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ......................................44,87

TEREX TRUCKS ..............................................................84

CHADWICK-BAROSS ......................................................27

KUBOTA ............................................................................85

TOPCON POSITIONING SYSTEMS ................................30

CLASSIFIEDS ..................................................................105

KUBOTA SVL ....................................................................89

TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ............................15,26

CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO....................24

LBX ....................................................................................91

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ....46,62,76,94,108

LEEBOY ............................................................................50

COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC..........................28

LUCKY’S TRAILER SALES ..............................................56

CREAN EQUIPMENT ....................................................103

MB AMERICA INC ............................................................43

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

MESSICK’S ......................................................................38

DAVE HALLMAN CHEVROLET ........................................96

METSO MINERALS SCREENING ..................................71

DIEHL AUTOMOTIVE GROUP INC DODG ......................41

MIKE ZYNDORF LLC ......................................................22

DYNAPAC ........................................................................57

MILTON CAT (DS) ................................................................6

EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ........................119

MUNICIBID.COM ............................................................114

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

NORRIS SALES CO INC ..................................................16

WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT INC ........................................44

EFFICIENCY PRODUCTIONS ........................................64

NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ......................77

WIRTGEN AMERICA ........................................................59

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ............................................22,52

OPDYKE INC ....................................................................38

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

EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP ................................96

PAVEMENT RECYCLERS/BAGELA USA ........................56

YANMAR AMERICA ........................................................69

EQUIPMENT CORP OF AMERICA ..................................30

PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ............................................5

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS

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

PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ............................................79

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ................................31 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ......................................67 TRENCHTECH ..................................................................65 UTILITY AUCTIONS INC WILMINGTON DE 02/24/12........................................116 VOLVO COMPACTION ....................................................53 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA ....................60 WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ....................................26

KISSIMMEE FL 02/06-13/2012 ..................................116

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Happy Holidays We, at Eagle Power and Equipment would like to say thank you to all of our valued customers for the opportunity to serve you in 2011. From our entire staff, best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and a bright New Year! 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

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Phila Co. & Bucks Co.

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

Delaware Co. & S. Chester Co.

215/870-4546

215/680-9203

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

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

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

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