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Centuries-Old Span Gets 21st Century Makeover

Woods CRW, Classen Crane Reach for the Sky…8

Photo courtesy of Lisa Broadwater Mack Brings Holiday Spirit t o D.C. …42

Photo courtesy of Lisa Broadwater

The micro-piles are being drilled using a Casagrande M9-1 drill rig.

By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

Crews are currently working on repairs to structural deterioration of a bridge that has stood for nearly 200 years in western Maryland. The Casselman River Bridge was opened for business in 1813 in what is now Grantsville,

Rit chie Br os. Hol ds Sal e in Co nshohoc ken…132

Table of Contents ....................4 Underground Utility, Trenchers & Trench Boxes Section ..75-83 Paving Section..................85-99 Snow & Ice Section ....121-123 Parts Section ......................124 Business Calendar ..............125 Auction Section ..........129-144 Advertisers Index ................142

Md. At the time, the 87-ft. (26.5 m) span bridge was the longest stone arch bridge in the United States and served the old National Road linking Cumberland, Md., with the Ohio River. Last winter, some of the large cut stones fell out of one of the wingwalls.

It was reported to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources that a portion of the northwest wingwall had collapsed. In late June, when negotiations were proceeding with an engineering firm for design of the repair, a report was received of additional damage.

“On Feb. 29, it was reported to my office that a portion of the northwest wing-wall had see BRIDGE page 48

Pressure Mounting On Obama Over NYC Breaks Ground on Pipeline Decision

Huge Hudson Yards Job

By Josh Lederman ASSOCIATED PRESS

By Jennifer Peltz ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK (AP) Work to transform the largest undeveloped property in Manhattan from a railroad storage yard into a sleek new neighborhood of spiky high-rises and graceful parks got a formal start Dec. 4, with developers and officials heralding it as the next big thing in a city known for them. The $15 billion project, called Hudson Yards, calls for angular office skyscrapers and curvy apartment towers, a slate of shows and restaurants, an arts building and a public square in a 26-acre (10.5-ha)

stretch of the island’s far West Side off Midtown — eventually. Dec. 4 marked the ceremonial groundbreaking for the first office tower, a 48-story building scheduled to be finished by 2015. “This is the future of New York,” Mayor Michael Bloomberg said. He has longed for years to make more of the area, which was a linchpin of his administration’s unsuccessful bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Developer Stephen M. Ross, chairman of the Related Cos., envisioned Hudson Yards taking a place among the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Lincoln Center and

WASHINGTON (AP) President Barack Obama faces mounting pressure as he embarks on a second term over a decision he had put off during his re-election campaign: whether to approve the $7 billion proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline between the United States and Canada. On its surface, it’s a choice between the promise of jobs and economic growth and environmental concerns. But it’s also become a proxy for a much broader fight over American energy consumption and climate change, amplified by Superstorm Sandy and the conclusion of an election that was all about the economy. Environmental activists and oil producers alike are looking to Obama’s decision as a harbinger of what he’ll do on climate and energy in the next four years. Both

see HUDSON page 44

see PIPELINE page 110


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WOODS CRW, CLASSEN CRANE REACH FOR THE SKY TOGETHER

Classen Crane Service has a very long and strong relationship with Woods CRW and Chris Palmer, president.

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In an attempt to generate revenue, the Commonwealth of Virginia recently passed legislation including a novel provision allowing the state to sell naming rights on transportation infrastructure.

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Woods CRW, Classen Crane Reach for the Sky Together

Mark Varricchione (L), sales representative of Woods CRW and Mike Classen of Classen Crane Service.

Classen Crane Service has a very long and strong relationship with Woods CRW and Chris Palmer, president. Classen’s purchased its very first crane from Palmer in 1993, and every crane since. The newest — a Link-Belt HTC86100 100-ton (90.7 t) telescopic boom truck crane — is the fifteenth crane that Classen’s has purchased from Woods CRW. The new crane is replacing a Link-Belt HTC8690, which Classen’s had purchased in 2005. “One of the things that we have really noticed is how the crane operates driving down the open highway,” said Mike Classen, founder of Classen Crane Service. “It handles better, the acceleration is better; my operators are particularly pleased. Link-Belt has gone with Cummins engines with this new series of cranes and overall we are much happier with that engine performance. The new operator computer systems in our new crane are a tremendous improvement over the previous ones. Our operators report that they are easier to use and easier to view. Don’t get me wrong, we were very satisfied with the HTC8690, but it

had 9,000 hours on it and for our operation that’s a good time to update.” Classen said that his company’s workload has been heavy and growth of the company has been tremendous. “When most other businesses started to contract in 2008 and 2009 our business exploded, so much so that it’s definitely to our advantage to have our fleet as up to date as it possibly can be,” he said. “We are not exactly sure why our business has accelerated at such a rate, but there are some things that we have focused on that we know have paid a return.” Classen pays special attention to the operators he hires. “They must be professional, skilled, and have good people skills in working with the customer,” he said. “One of my roles in the company is personally training each operator. We also understand that if we are going to hire the best employees out there that we have to take good care of them. I have always said that people who pay peanuts get monkeys in return.” see CLASSEN page 38

The Classen Link-Belt HTC86100 crane places steel at the site of a new bank construction in Manchester, N.H.


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AIR COMPRESSORS 2010 ATLAS COPCO XAS185, S/N: HOP034848; 218 Hours; 185 CFM CAT AIR COMPRESSOR CAT ENGINE MODEL C2.2 ....................$10,000 2008 SULLAIR 375HAF, S/N: 102500; 6,686 Hours; 375 cfm towable compressor cat engine ..................................................................$14,300 2008 SULLAIR D185 CFM, S/N: 20016; 638 Hours; 185 cfm towable compressor cat engine ....................................................................$8,975 COMPACTORS - PADFOOT 2008 CAT CP56, S/N: C5P109; 539 Hours; From Dealer's Rental Fleet .. ......................................................................................................$99,000 COMPACTORS - SMOOTH DRUM 2008 CAT CS56, C5S229; 733 Hours, From Dealer's Rental Fleet....$89,900 2009 CAT CB64, DJM112, 1,387 Hours, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ............ ............................................................................................................$95,000 2007 CAT CB-564D, S/N: C6D171; 1,134 Hours; From Dealer's Rental Fleet ..........................................................................................................CALL 2008 CAT CS-433E, S/N: ASR1020; 339 Hours; Frrom Dealer's Rental Fleet......................................................................................................$67,000 CRAWLER LOADERS 1961 CAT 955H, S/N: 60A01008; Stk #: C60A1008; Contact owner directly. Machine at customer's yard ............................................$10,000 DOZERS - CRAWLER 2009 CAT D6N LGP, S/N: DJY1587; 1,650 Hours; AC, PAT, ..$225,000 2003 CAT D6N LGP, S/N: ALY463; 8,518 Hours; AC,PAT, DS,PAT blade, Ripper hydraulics, 60% Undercarriage remaining ........................$89,000 2008 CAT D4K XL, S/N: MMM239; Stk #: VMMM239; 1,429 Hours; AC, PAT blade, System One Undercarriage, ..................................$89,000 2000 CAT D9R, S/N: 7TL1290; 12,140 Hours; Sold with REMCO Harrow and spare blades ........................................................................$225,000 EXCAVATORS - CRAWLER 2008 CAT 307D, S/N: DSG122; 247 Hours; AC, AUX HYD,Blade, Q/C, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ............................................................$93,000 2008 CAT 330DL, S/N: MWP3267; Stk #: RCMWP3267; 2,859 Hours .... ....................................................................................................$268,000 2007 CAT 321C LCR, S/N: KCR298; Stk #: KKCR298; 4,109 Hours; AC, Auxiliary hydraulics ....................................................................$156,000

2008 CATERPILLAR 735, S/N: B1N1057; 2,031 Hours; AC, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ............................................$315,000

EXCAVATOR - WHEEL 2006 CAT M318C, S/N: H2D446; Stk #: KH2D446; 1,234 Hours ............ ....................................................................................................$195,000 FORKLIFTS - TELESCOPIC 2010 CAT TH514, S/N: TBW00196; 1,868 Hours; 11,000 LB CAPACITY CAB A/C STABILIZERS ..................................................................$99,000 2009 CAT TL1055, S/N: TBL01165; 1,024 Hours; 10,000 LB TELEHANDLER,CAB A/C 4WD STABILIZERS ..............................................$96,000 2011 GENIE GTH1056, S/N: GTH1011-14528; NEW 10,000 lb cpacity with CAB WITH HEAT AND A/C ..................................................$113,000 LIFTS - BOOM 2006 GENIE S40, S/N: 10229; 1,660 Hours; GENIE S40 SELF PROPELLED AERIAL WORK PLATFORM ..............................................$34,500 2007 GENIE S85, S/N: 6077; 989 Hours; S85 Genie Boom lift 4WD Foam Filled Diesel ........................................................................$86,000 2011 GENIE S125, S/N: 296; 45 Hours; S125 45 hours Duetz diesel foam filled tires............................................................................$189,000 2006 GENIE Z45/25JRT, S/N: 30129; 1,728 Hours; SELF PROPELLED AERIAL WORK PLATFORM............................................................$34,000 LIFTS - SCISSOR 2007 GENIE GS2646, S/N: 85785; 153 Hours ............................$7,500 2007 GENIE GS5390, S/N: 44796 ............................................$47,000 2009 JLG 1930ES, S/N: 193737; 45 Hours; 19 foot electric scissor lift .. ........................................................................................................$8,800

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2003 CAT D6N LGP, S/N: ALY367, 8291 Hrs, AC, DS, PAT Blade, Ripper Hydraulics, 70% U/C Remaining ..........................$89,000

LIGHT TOWERS 2009 ALLMAND BROS NIGHT-LITE PRO, S/N: 1829; 195 Hours; 6 KW LIGHT TOWER W/ CAT ENGINE Four (4) 1250 watt Metal Halide SHOHD 5000 Watt Lighting System........................................................$6,950 2011 TEREX RL4000, S/N: 3939; 807 Hours; 4 x 1000 watt light bulbs towable light tower ..........................................................................$7,900 2011 TEREX RL4000, S/N: 3956; 258 Hours; 4 x 1000 watt light bulbs towable light tower ..........................................................................$7,900 MOTOR GRADER 2010 CAT 12M, S/N: B9F715; 221 Hours; 14' moldboard ......$285,000 SKID STEERS 2010 CAT 246C, S/N: JAY3843; 68 Hours; AC, From Dealer's rental Fleet ..............................................................................................$44,000 2011 CAT 256C, S/N: DWS1776; 146 Hours; AC,GP, New tires. From Dealer's Rental Fleet ......................................................................$43,000 2010 CAT 256C, S/N: DWS1607; 84 Hours; AC, GP Bucket, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ......................................................................$43,000 2009 CAT 256C, S/N: DWS1409; 96 Hours; AC,GP Bucket, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ......................................................................$42,000 2010 CAT 262C, S/N: MST3330; 123 Hours; AC,High Flow, Bucket, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ............................................................$51,000 2010 CAT 262C, S/N: MST3569; 110 Hours; AC, GP Bucket. From Dealer's Rental Fleet ......................................................................$42,000 2010 CAT 262C, S/N: MST3568; 147 Hours; AC, GP Bucket. From Dealer's Rental Fleet; ....................................................................$42,000 2007 CAT 297C, S/N: GCP493; 311 Hours; AC, Bucket, From Dealer's Rental Fleet....................................................................................$57,000 2007 CAT 297C, S/N: GCP300; 633 Hours; AC,Hydraulic CPL,GP, From Dealer's Rental Fleet ......................................................................$54,000 WHEEL LOADERS 2011 CAT 906H, S/N: SDH1316; 45 Hours; AC,3V,Bucket. From Dealer's Rental Fleet....................................................................................$80,000 2009 CAT 938H, S/N: MJC109; Stk #: VMJC109; 2,587 Hours; AC,RC,3V,QC,GP ........................................................................$179,000

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Volvo Rents Opens New Rental Center in Williamsport affords us the opportunity to furVolvo Rents, a worldwide provider of small-to-medium ther expand our national footprint sized construction equipment, has and we couldn’t think of a better opened a new rental center in place to continue that growth than Montoursville, Pa., its fourth in in Pennsylvania, where we’ve the state, joining existing locations already established a reputation in Bristol, Burgettstown and York. for meeting the demands of our The decision to open the new hard-hitting, no-nonsense, fiscally office comes on the heels of a responsible client.” recent construction outlook that In addition to Volvo Rents’ projects growth for the industry in expanding line of Volvo compact 2013. equipment — such as backhoe According to McGraw Hill and skid steer loaders, compact Construction’s Dodge Outlook wheel loaders, compact excavaReport, a mainstay in construction tors and compaction equipment industry forecasting and business — the rental center carries a complanning, total U.S. construction prehensive line of essential equipstarts for 2013 will rise 6 percent ment and tools for the constructo $483.7 billion, slightly higher tion, commercial, industrial and than the 5 percent increase to $458 homeowner markets. The focus is billion estimated for 2012. on daily, weekly and monthly “The modest gains over the past rentals. two years allows us to look to the Located at 2968 Barneys Drive, future with tremendous enthusithe new store will be open asm, as it is becoming more and Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to more clear that the process of 5 p.m., with 24-hour service availrecovery is being stretched out,” able every day of the week. said Mike Crouch, vice president For more information, visit of business development of Volvo Volvo Rents has opened a new rental center in Montoursville, Pa., its fourth in the state, joining www.volvorents.com. existing locations in Bristol, Burgettstown and York. Rents. “Such recovery and growth

Virginia Legislates Selling Naming Rights for Its Roads By Lori Lovely CEG CORRESPONDENT

Commuters in Virginia may see new names on familiar roads and bridges next year. In an attempt to generate revenue, the Commonwealth of Virginia recently passed legislation including a novel provision allowing the state to sell naming rights on transportation infrastructure. It’s all about revenue, stated Tamara Rollison, communications director of the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT). Facing increasing maintenance fees and dwindling revenue, Virginia threw its support behind Gov. Bob McDonnell’s transportation initiative in this year’s General Assembly, hoping the measure will generate tens of millions of dollars for roads. According to reports, the Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research estimates potential earnings of $27.3 million in the first five years and $273 million over 20 years from this plan. “It’s a new thing,” said Rollison, who added she doesn’t know of another state with similar legislation. “We think it’s an innovation. It’s def-

initely new territory for DOTs and for us. Now the question is, where do we start?” It starts with outlining the procedure. Expected to go into effect in July, the program is still being defined. “We’re in the process of developing guidelines and a plan to administer it,” Rollison said. Initial projections indicate prices ranging from $5,000 to $200,000, depending on location, although which specific roads and bridges will be included has yet to be determined. “Pricing depends on location and traffic volume,” Rollison elaborated. “Busy urban areas and high-traffic areas will cost more.” What’s In a Name Prices in high-traffic areas will be higher because of increased exposure. However, Sen. Barbara Favola, D-Arlington, who opposed the bill, not only doubts the plan will raise a significant amount of money, but told the media, “People aren’t going to spend millions of dollars to put their name on a bridge and be associated with congestion.” One organization has already

proven her wrong. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) expressed interest, hoping to name some Virginia road “Spay Today Way.” “It was an irresistible opportunity to get every commuter’s attention to the homeless animals crisis in a way that would make motorists smile and perhaps think, ‘Actually, I do need to call and get Daisy fixed,’” said PETA President and co-founder Ingrid Newkirk. PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman said, “I think it’s something so basic that everyone who cares about animals can agree on. It’s not sexy. It’s not provocative. It’s just about the health and safety of animals.” “We batted about a lot of names, but this was our office favorite because it’s simple, clear and fits with a roadway,” Newkirk added. “PETA believes that ‘Spay Today Way’ would be a fun way to remind motorists about the lifesaving benefits of spaying and neutering dogs and cats and about their responsibility to have their own companion animals sterilized.” Of the eight million animals entering shelters every year, approx-

imately half are euthanized due to the lack of homes. “Every kind person in the world aches to see perfectly healthy dogs and cats put down,” Newkirk said, “but the fact is finding a home for this one here and that one there doesn’t ‘fix’ the problem: it has to be cut off at the pass by spaying and neutering them so that we stop having litters of unwanted puppies and kittens filling our nation’s shelters and pounds.” Rules of the Road In addition to roadways, bridges, tunnels and a ferry also may become available for naming. Also potentially available are ad space on 511 transportation information signs and safety service patrol trucks and banners on the web site. In the future, it could be expanded to rest areas and welcome centers. “That’s not part of this legislation,” Rollison said, “but it’s under consideration. We are looking at all assets for potential advertising.” Wherever the advertising is placed, it cannot contain any profanity, obscenity, vulgarity, sexually explicit or racially offensive message. Nor can it condone violence. In

addition, all signage must comply with Federal Highway Administration regulations regarding consistent signage. “Motorists have to be able to read it without it being a safety hazard,” Rollison said. Rollison said VDOT hopes to have guidelines developed by the fall. Once the guidelines have been approved by the Federal Highway Administration and the Virginia Transportation Board, an RFP will be issued. After that, they hope to award a contract by the beginning of the year. Expecting enthusiast response, Rollison points out that another proposal by Gov. McDonnell to divert part of the state sales tax to roads was not approved. “We don’t raise taxes for transportation programs. The last time did was 1986; we’re conservative.” Instead, she said, “Virginia is a leader in partnering with the private sector to generate improvement,” adding that this program “offers a lot of opportunity for the private sector.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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2004 Volvo EC160B LC, Clean Inside & Out, 5385 Hrs, 2 Bkts, Full Cab ..........................SOLD $61,995

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2005 NEW HOLLAND DC85 DOZER, 9’ BLADE, CAB WITH A/C, 1011 HRS ....$61,995 1999 JOHN DEERE 5200 TLB, CAB WITH HEAT, EXTRA TIRES, 1092 HOURS, 4WD .... 1994 FIATALLIS FD7 DOZER, ROPS, 6 WAY BLADE, 2513 HOURS........SOLD $15,995 ..........................................................................................................................$15,000 2005 NEW HOLLAND LB 90, 727 HRS, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, PILOT CONTROLS .......... ..........................................................................................................................$54,000 EXCAVATORS 2004 CAT 304, 3769 HRS, 12” & 24” BUCKETS, CAB, 48” TILT BUCKET ........$18,000 2009 NEW HOLLAND B90B, 2092 HRS, EXTENDAHOE, CUTTING EDGE, CAB W/HEAT ..........................................................................................................................$49,995 2004 JOHN DEERE 230LC, 2800 HRS, HAMMER PIPING, NEED NEW GLASS ON BOTTOM DOOR........................................................................................SOLD $89,995 WHEEL LOADERS 2005 KUBOTA KX71-3 EXCAVATOR, CAB, RUBBER TRACKS, 2300 HOURS, COUPLER, 3 BUCKETS......................................................................................$22,995 2008 LIUGONG 835, FULL CAB, QUICK COUPLER, FORKS, 2YD BKT, 495 HRS .......... ................................................................................................................SOLD $74,995 2009 KUBOTA KX080-3, 291 HRS, HYDRAULIC THUMB, FULL CAB W/HEAT & A/C, TRAILERS 18” & 28” BUCKETS ................................................................................SOLD $79,995 2010 KUBOTA KX057, 1110 HRS, FULL CAB, 24” QA BUCKET, CAB, RIPPER TOOTH, 1982 EAGER BEAVER 20T TRAILER, AIR BRAKES ..................................SOLD $8,500 GRADING BUCKET ............................................................................................$58,995 MISCELLANEOUS 2002 KOBELCO 115SR, 2360 HRS, FULL CAB WITH HEAT & AC, MANUAL THUMB, PLUMBED..........................................................................................................$58,000 BEFCO 212 FERTILIZER SPREADER ............................................................SOLD $300 2006 VOLVO EC55B COMPACT EXCAVATOR, 1400 HOURS, HYDRAULIC THUMB, S6 1997 BIG JOHN TREE SPADE ON A 1987 FORD L8000 TRUCK, TRUCK HAS NEW COUPLER, CLEAN, 24” BUCKET ..............................................................SOLD $33,995 ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION, 178,186 MILES, INCLUDES 6 FLOTATION TIRES.......... YANMAR B5 COMPACT EXCAVATOR, OPEN ROPS, ARTICULATING BOOM .................. ..........................................................................................................................$34,995 ..................................................................................................................SOLD $8,995 2002 BOBCAT B950 HAMMER, FOR SKID STEER ..............................................$4,995 2006 EXMARK LAZER Z XS, ZERO TURN MOWER, 66” TRITON DECK, DIESEL 26HP ENGINE ......................................................................................................SOLD $7,995 TRACTORS RED MASTER HE7510 HARROW, TRACTOR ATTACHMENT ..............................$1,900 2005 MASSEY FURGUSON 1160 TRACTOR, 4WD, 12X12 TRANSMISSION, 3 PT HITCH ........................................................................................................SOLD $4,995 2004 TORO Z MASTER, ZERO TURN MOWER, COLLECTION SYSTEM, 52” MOWER 2006 NEW HOLLAND TN75A, ROPS, 121 HRS, ALAMO 88” SIDE MOWER ....$38,000 DECK, 19HP GAS ENGINE, 861 HRS ..................................................................$5,995 2001 TC33D TRACTOR, 2072 HRS, 4WD, ROPS................................................$7,500 2009 WOODS LR108-2 RAKE, 3 PT. TRACTOR RAKE, 8’ ..................................$1,000 1999 TC33D TRACTOR, 1837 HRS, 4WD, ROPS ..............................................$7,500 2003 KAWASAKI M3010 MULE, CAB, DIESEL, HYDRAULIC DUMP ..................$3,995

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PWC Launches Mentorship Program at Bronx Academy Professional Women in Construction (PWC) launched its mentorship program on Nov. 28, at the Bronx Design and Construction Academy (BDCA), a new high school in the South Bronx, N.Y., when a group of successful women addressed some 30 freshmen and sophomore girls on the opportunities open to women in a nontraditional, male-dominated arena. The response was enthusiastic. “I learned that women can do the same things men do,” said Veronica Cruz, 15, who plans to go into carpentry. Cherrelle Barnhill, 15, also a freshman, enjoyed “seeing the women be part of the work” and said that she wants to be an electrician so she can “make a whole building light up.” The young women represent approximately 10 percent of the BDCA’s student body. Future programs with the BDCA will include one-on-one meetings with PWC President Lenore Janis and other women leaders; on site visits; and presentations on diverse career paths. Tamara Hughes, Integrated Algebra teacher at the BDCA, reached out to Janis and PWC early in the 2012 fall semester to see if a match could be made. “We have a small population of girls here

and want to increase the number. Merritt Engineering, said that she The PWC program will show was one of two girls out of 30 in a them that there is a place for them mechanical drawing class. She told in this industry,” Hughes said. them that it is tougher for a woman BDCA Coordinator of to succeed as some men hesitate to Building Trades Osten Pinkney take direction from a woman so said, “It’s important for the girls “you have to know your field thorto see a positive image of how oughly.” Urging all to continue they can emerge in the future.” their studies, she said that “you’ll Each speaker discussed the find the right fit.” Konfederak has biases and obstacles they had to conducted more than 500 NYC overcome, the nature of their Local Law 11-98 façade inspecwork and the education required. tions. Key projects include major The girls were shown construcPhoto courtesy of Tomasz Terpilowski, PCGNY hospitals and Manhattan House’s tion drawings; bid documents; Proud students at Bronx Design & Construction Academy nearly $2M façade restoration. billing forms; contracts; roofing surround faculty and PWC speakers. (L-R, back row) Osten Kristen Storino, managing agent and paving materials; and safety Pinkney, BDCA; Lenore Janis, PWC; Dorothy Wasiak, of Matthew Adam Properties, told equipment such as hard hats and PCGNY; Kristen Storino, Matthew Adam Properties; Anita the girls of her climb up through Konfederak, Merritt Engineering; Tamara Hughes, BDCA. harnesses. the ranks saying that “there are so Janis spoke of the prejudices many routes to go.” She noted too she met and overcame, saying, “I applaud an architect, an engineer, a property manag- that she no longer has a problem “being the you for making the right choice. We hope er.” only woman in the room.” Storino’s backWasiak has more than 14 years of experi- ground includes oversight on rehabs and that PWC will inspire you to continue in this ence in project management with expertise new construction of low to mid-rise buildfield.” PWC’s event organizer Dorothy Wasiak, in budgeting, capital expenditures, contract ings. vice president of PCGNY Corp. negotiations, and sustainability. She has Upon BDCA graduation students are pre(Professional Construction Group of New managed 52 buildings for the second largest pared for a range of postsecondary options York — an exterior restoration and water- senior living provider. — including college, certification programs, Architect Anita E. Konfederak, vice pres- apprenticeships, military service, or formal proofing company), told the girls, “You can be anything you want — a project manager, ident and senior project manager with job training.


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

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

(2) JD 450G, 1996, wide tracks, ROPS, PAT Volvo EC460B LC, 2003, 4600 hrs, 23’ blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,000 Ea. boom, 11’ stick, 5.12 cy bkt, 22,000# ctwt, hammer/shear plumbing very good condition CRANES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$159,000 Broderson IC80-1B, 1984, 8.5 ton, Perkins TRUCKS & TRAILERS dsl, OROPS, 20’ boom,, 3500hrs, good . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$19,500 (2) 48' Box Vans w/Liftgates, Good Broderson IC80-2E, 1997, 8.5 ton, 24’ boom, Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL dual fuel, 10.00R15 tires, 3,400 hrs$21,500 Grove RT58C, 1981, down cab, 18 ton r.t., AIR COMPRESSORS 70' boom anti-two block, GM dsl, clean . . .. IR 185’s, JD diesels . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500

Cat IT28G, 1998, EROPS, coupler, 3rd valve, 20.5 x 25 rubber, 15K hours, work ready . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$42,500 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 couCRAWLER LOADERS pler, GP bkt, 20.5x25 tires . . . . . . .$46,000 Volvo L60E, 2005, EROPS, coupler, aux hyd, Cat 953LGP, 1984, OROPS, 20 DBG, GP Bkt. MOTOR SCRAPERS boom susp, 20.5R25, v. good . . . .$89,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 Cat 613C Water Wagon, 1994, 5000 gal drop Cat 963, 1983, OROPS, 2.6 cy GP bkt, 17” tank, ROPS, spray heads . . . . . . . .$49,500 DBG pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$46,000 Cat 621F, 1996, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x2, COMPACTORS very good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL IR SD100D Pro-Pac Vibratory Compactor, OFF ROAD HAULERS Cat 621E, 1989, Scraper, OROPS, 33.25x29, 1999, Hydrostatic trans 84" smooth drum, Komatsu CD60R-1 Crawler Dump Truck, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL drum drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$52,500 1997, 360° rotation . . . . . . . . . . . .$66,000 IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum drive, OROPS, Volvo A40, 1998, 40 tons, 10991 hrs, 395 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS very clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$74,500 hp, 8WD, 29.5R25, A/C, 29 cy cap. sideJD 490E, 1994, 9'11" stick, Aux. hydraulics, IR SD105DX, 2002, 84" drum, OROPS, clean boards, tailgate (currently off work), work quick coupler, 6-7000 hrs, Fleet maintained . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,500 ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$127,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$29,000 IR SD150F, 84" Padfoot, 1998, OROPS . . . .. Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 395 hp, 6WD, A/C, Hitachi UH181, 1985, Equipped w/hammer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,500 29.5R25, working everyday . . . . .$145,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$72,000 IR SD100D, 1996, Pro-Pac, 84" smooth Volvo A40, 1996, 40 tons, 11,000 hrs, 6WD, Gradall-Hopto 300, 1968, G.M. diesel UP, on w/pad kit, ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,500 20.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 29 cy cap., 6/06 rubber, operational . . . . . . .$10,500/OFFER IR SD70D, 2000, Pro-Pac, 66" smooth drum, hitch rebuilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Cat 215BLC, 1985, 7'3" stick, 28" TBG pads, Volvo A40, 1995, 40 tons, 395 hp, 8WD, 10 roller U/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,500 ROPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$49,000 29.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, tailgate, work ready Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 32" pads, 42" Cat 815B, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$115,000 Bkt, long stick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$39,500 Good Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$68,000 Volvo A35C, 1998, 35 tons, 6WD, 26.5R25 Komatsu PC200 LC-6, 1996, 24" pads, 9'7" Cat 815F, 1998, EROPS, w/ A/C, s-tilt, good tires, approx 7,000 hrs, good condition . . . .. stick, 44" Bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$43,500 feet, very nice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$205,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$147,500 Komatsu PC150 LC-6K, 1998, 8'7" stick, 30" (4) Cat 825C’s, 1981-1990, EROPS, S-blade Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, bkt, 27.6" TBG pads, work ready . .$57,000 w/tilt, all work ready . . . . . . .From $79,500 26.5x25, A/C, P/S trans, working everyday on (5) Komatsu PC128UU, 1996, offset boom, Multiquip MR8G Walk Behind Vibratory jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$87,500 rubber tracks, low hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . .CALL Compactor, 1997, Briggs & Stratton 8 HP Volvo A35, 1995, 35 tons, 326 hp, 6WD, Komatsu PC750 LC-6, 1999, 454 hp, 27” gas engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,500 26.5R25, A/C, P/S trans, 26 cy, working boom, 11’10” stick, 44’ DGB, aux plumbing, Rammax Walk Behind Rollers, over 25 in everyday on jobsites . . . . . . . . . . . .$89,000 bucket choice, 24k ctwt . . . . . . . .$255,000 stock, lever & remote . . .$4,000 to $10,000 Volvo A30C, 1996, 30 tons, 11,000 hrs, 296 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 1999, 10’6” stick, hp, 6WD, 23.5R25, 21 cy cap, A/C, P/S trans, JRB coupler, 31.5” TBG, ctwt removal, choice (8) Sheepsfoot, 48" and 60", double drum & works everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$122,500 of bkt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$77,500 single drum, tow type . . . .$4,000 - $6,500 Komatsu PC400 LC-6LK, 11’1” stick, 35.5” CRAWLER TRACTORS TBG, ctwt removal, choice of bkts, working DOZERS (2) Cat D6TXW, 2008, ROPS w/sweeps, a- everyday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$97,500 Case 1550, 1993, OROPS, S-Blade w/Tilt, blade, winches, v. good . . . . .$175,000 Ea. Komatsu PC160 LC-7KA, 2004, 24” TBG Carco Winch, Rear Screen, P/S Trans, Low Cat D8N, 1991, ROPS, drawbar, S-U blade .. pads, JRB coupler, plumbed, 8’6” width, nice, Hours, Exc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85,000 work ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .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

BACKHOES Case 580L Rubber Tire Loader Backhoe, 1997, OROPS, std stick, 24" bkt . . .$24,500

DRILLS John Henry Drill Mtd on Cat 320N, 1994, 24' mast, Duraquip dust collection . . .$150,000 MISCELLANEOUS (2) Balderson Broom Attachment for Cat IT Machines, 8' wide, good condition . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 Ea. ATTACHMENTS BUCKETS PC1000, 84" Digging Bucket . . . . . .$9,500 Over 100 Excavator, Loader, Specialized & Grapple Buckets in Stock -Call For Your Needs FORKS (8) IT28F/G Forks, Balderson qc, 48"-60" pallet style, excellent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 (5) Cat 936/926/950 pallet forks, for a Balderson quick coupler, exc. cond . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,500 Ea. Others Available Call Prices Are Negotiable - At Your Inspection All Equipment is Owned & Operated By ALEX E. PARIS CONTRACTING CO., INC.


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ARTBA Transportation Development Names HOF Class A one-time chief executive officer of an international traffic safety firm and a top national engineer have been selected for induction into the 2012 American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) Foundation’s “Transportation Development Hall of Fame.” Launched in 2010, the Hall honors individuals or families from the public and private sectors who have made extraordinary contributions to U.S. transportation development during their careers. A committee of judges comprised of construction industry journalists reviewed the nominees and selected: • Harry Heltzer, former chairman and chief executive officer of 3M Company; and • James R. Madara, senior vice president of Gannett Fleming. Both men were inducted in the Transportation Design & Construction Industry Leaders (Individuals or Families) category, which honors men, women and families who have made significant contributions — beyond just having successful businesses or careers — that have notably helped advance the interests and image of

the transportation design, construction and safety industry. Harry Heltzer, 1911-2005 Heltzer’s legacy at 3M spanned five decades. He came to be known as the “father of reflective material.” He joined 3M in 1933 with a metallurgical engineering degree from the University of Minnesota. He quickly gravitated to the firm’s mineral laboratory, where his interest in the field of optics and retro-reflectivity led him to join a fledgling team of 3M researchers working with glass bead optical elements to improve the visual characteristics and durability of traffic devices. The group’s pioneering work — first in pavement marking applications and later in reflective sign sheeting — led to the first fully reflective traffic sign being erected at a Minneapolis intersection in 1939. He later oversaw production of what became known as “Scotchlite Reflective Sheeting,” and then served as vice president and general manager of the Reflective Products Division. In 1970, he was named chairman and CEO, and was credited with

expanding 3M’s global reach and international growth. Heltzer was appointed by President Lyndon Johnson to the “President’s National Highway Safety Advisory Committee.” He held leadership positions at the Highway Users Federation, International Road Federation, National Safety Council, Automotive Safety Foundation, International Chamber of Commerce, and U.S.-USSR Trade & Economic Council. He passed away in 2005 at age 94. Jim Madara Jim Madara, a senior vice president with Gannett Fleming, has been making a mark as an engineer, volunteer association leader and good corporate citizen for nearly 60 years. He served as the firm’s first general manager and established its first human resources and business development divisions. A registered engineer in 12 states, he helped lead the expansion of its operations in Los Angeles, Anaheim, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, and international projects in the Far East. He was a principal on major

rail transit, interstate highway and toll-road projects. He has been an ARTBA member for more than 50 years and his leadership positions are unmatched: 1993 chairman, senior vice chairman, treasurer, western region vice chairman, Planning & Design Division president, membership development chairman, Foundation trustee, and chairman of the Past Chairman’s Council. Over many years, Madara has played a key role in helping significantly boost the association’s membership base and service programs. One of the most visible impacts of Madara’s many contributions also can be found in his community. He has made hundreds of presentations to civic, local and church groups about the importance of infrastructure investment to jobs, the economy, and quality of life. He mentors middle school students in math and sciences in the Allentown, Pa., area, volunteers at the Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Center and is involved in numerous other civic activities. Heltzer and Madara will be honored during a special ARTBA Foundation Awards dinner June 2013.

Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act This past summer, President Obama signed into law P.L. 112-141, the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21). Funding surface transportation programs at more than $105 billion for fiscal years (FY) 2013 and 2014, MAP-21 is the first long-term highway authorization enacted since 2005. MAP-21 represents a milestone for the U.S. economy — it provides needed funds and, more importantly, it transforms the policy and programmatic framework for investments to guide the growth and development of the country’s vital transportation infrastructure. MAP-21 creates a streamlined, performance-based, and multimodal program to address the many challenges facing the U.S. transportation system. These challenges include improving safety, maintaining infrastructure condition, reducing traffic congestion, improving efficiency of the system and freight movement, protecting the environment, and reducing delays in project delivery. MAP-21 builds on and refines many of

the highway, transit, bike, and pedestrian programs and policies established in 1991. This summary reviews the policies and programs administered by the Federal Highway Administration. The Department will continue to make progress on transportation options, which it has focused on in the past three years, working closely with stakeholders to ensure that local communities are able to build multimodal, sustainable projects ranging from passenger rail and transit to bicycle and pedestrian paths. Strengthens America’s Highways MAP-21 expands the National Highway System (NHS) to incorporate principal arterials not previously included. Investment targets the enhanced NHS, with more than half of highway funding going to the new program devoted to preserving and improving the most important highways — the National Highway Performance Program. Establishes a Performance-Based Program Under MAP-21, performance management will transform Federal highway programs and provide a means to more efficient

investment of Federal transportation funds by focusing on national transportation goals, increasing the accountability and transparency of the Federal highway programs, and improving transportation investment decision making through performance-based planning and programming.

safety programs, and creating a positive agenda to make significant progress in reducing highway fatalities. It also continues to build on other aggressive safety efforts, including the Department’s fight against distracted driving and its push to improve transit and motor carrier safety.

Creates Jobs and Supports Economic Growth MAP-21 authorizes $82 billion in Federal funding for FYs 2013 and 2014 for road, bridge, bicycling, and walking improvements. In addition, MAP-21 enhances innovative financing and encourages private sector investment through a substantial increase in funding for the TIFIA program. It also includes a number of provisions designed to improve freight movement in support of national goals.

Streamlines Federal Highway Transportation Programs The complex array of existing programs is simplified, substantially consolidating the program structure into a smaller number of broader core programs. Many smaller programs are eliminated, including most discretionary programs, with the eligibilities generally continuing under core programs.

Supports the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Aggressive Safety Agenda MAP-21 continues the successful Highway Safety Improvement Program, doubling funding for infrastructure safety, strengthening the linkage among modal

Accelerates Project Delivery and Promotes Innovation MAP-21 incorporates a host of changes aimed at ensuring the timely delivery of transportation projects. Changes will improve innovation and efficiency in the development of projects, through the planning and environmental review process, to project delivery.


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2008 Cat 966H Wheel Loader UP12092, EROPS, A/C, Ride Control, Radio Ready, Vandalism Guard GP Bkt w/Edge, 26.5x25 Tires @ 8452 Hrs, Fronts 10%, Rears 15%...$162,000

2005 Cat 924G Wheel Loader UT12483, EROPS, A/C, Ride Control, Wheel Steering, Tier II Engine, Tires @ 8387 Hrs 40%...$72,000

2002 Cat D4G LGP Tractor UT12921, Cab, A/C, PAT Blade, Tier I Engine, UC @ 11,273 Hrs, 32” Shoes @ 40% Bushings 9% Not Turned...$47,000

2006 Cat 980H Wheel Loader UP12335, EROPS, A/C, 7.25 CUYD GP Bkt, Command Steering, Ride Control, 29.5x25 Tires @ 11,068 Hrs, 78%...$248,000

2010 Cat 950H Wheel Loader UP12223, Cab w/AC, 3.75 CUYD GP Bkt w/Bolt on Cutting Edge, Powertrain Guard, Retarder, 23.5-R25 Michelin Tires Fronts 93%, Rears 83%...$190,000

2009 Cat D6T XW Tractor UP12487, EROPS, A/C, SU Blade, Winch, 120V Engine Cooler, Prescreener, Rear Counterweight, Air Susp. Cloth Seat, Radiator Guard, UC @ 1700 Hrs, 75%...$270,000

2009 Cat 257B2 Skid Steer Loader UT13021, Cab, Heater, ELE Connector for Implements UC @ 2270 Hrs, 15” Shoes RH 75%, LH 25%...$29,000

Cat 930G Wheel Loader UT12308, EROPS, A/C, Ride Control, Tier II Engine Quick Coupler, GP Bkt, Fork Carriage Tires @ 3270 Hrs, 21%...$109,000

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PARTS 1.877.543.6163 ClevelandBrothers.com ARM

BUCKET, MP

CATERPILLAR 773B, Rebuilt, 1W0773/32116 CYLINDER, BOOM/LIFT

CATERPILLAR 953C, Used, 8G4021/31702

CATERPILLAR 416, 416B, 416C, 416D, 416E, 420, 420C,

CATERPILLAR 235, Used, 8J4589/591

CATERPILLAR 973C, Used, 2318552/31754

420D, 420E, Ne w, PSM1/28431

CATERPILLAR 332L, Used, 1772439/2877

BUCKET, ROCK CATERPILLAR 988B, 988F, Used, 2V6541/32635

CYLINDER, BUCKET CATERPILLAR 416, Used, CYLP1/28222

CATERPILLAR 980G, 980G II, Rebuilt, 1725385/34669 CATERPILLAR 980G, 980G II, Rebuilt, 1725386/34668

BUCKET, TRENCHING

CYLINDER, OTHER CATERPILLAR 777D, Rebuilt, 8J8865/32476

CATERPILLAR 416E, Used, 2193389/36934 CATERPILLAR 988B, 988F, Rebuilt, 4T6792/31244 CATERPILLAR 446D, Used, 9R3236/36941

CATERPILLAR 980H, Rebuilt, 2327558/34667 CATERPILLAR 980H, Rebuilt, 2327559/34666

335, 340, 341, 346, 348, 348A, 348M, 348N, 348S, 349,

Used, 1994539/33878

DIFFERENTIAL CAB, EROPS

CATERPILLAR 992C, 992D, Used, 1V5906/28594 CATERPILLAR 953C, Used, 1101397/32316

TORQUE CONVERTOR

358, 358A, 358M, 358ST, 359, 359A, 359B, 359M, 359S, 359ST, 362, 367, 372, 375, 376, 377, 378, 379,

CATERPILLAR D10, D10L, Rebuilt, 6P6412/31183

379EXHD, 381, 383, 385, 386, CB300, Rebuilt, 6I3479/2562

CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1120723/34470 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1383122/34471

SWING DRIVE CATERPILLAR 330D, 330D LC, 330DL, 336D, 336DL,

349A, 351, 351A, 351ST, 352A, 352M, 352S, 353, 357,

CATERPILLAR 980C, Used, 9V6026/3062

AXLE

ENGINES, OTHER PETERBILT 13-210, 224, 265, 281, 300, 310, 320, 330,

CATERPILLAR 518, Rebuilt, 1V3304/2957

TRACK FRAME EQUALIZER BARS

CATERPILLAR D6G, Used, 9G6038/32841

CATERPILLAR 943, Re built, 8G8375/3264

CATERPILLAR D8R, Used, 9W6494/34141

CATERPILLAR 973C, Used, 3W8424/31118

CATERPILLAR D9N, D9R, Rebuilt, 7T3894/36172 &

CATERPILLAR D11N, D11R, D11T, Rebuilt, 1409791

36173

CATERPILLAR D11N, D11R, D11T, Rebuilt, 2072683/35078 CATERPILLAR D6R, Rebuilt, 2012078/31951

TRACK GROUPS

CATERPILLAR 631, Rebuilt, 4D5730/2996 CATERPILLAR D8H, D8, Used, 7S9190/36642

CATERPILLAR 980H, Used, 2321393/34599

CATERPILLAR 836, Rebuilt, 1367631/3203

CATERPILLAR D5M, D5M LGP, D5N, New,

CATERPILLAR 988G, New, 1289664/29291

CATERPILLAR 769B, Rebuilt, 9M3946/3273

2096089/32261

CATERPILLAR CS-563C, CS-431C, CS-433C, CS-583C,

BLADE, ANGLE

CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 3V4030/31079 CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 4V1073/31078

Used, 1228953/35790

BLADE, OTHER CATERPILLAR D10, Used, C063880A1

CATERPILLAR 824C, Rebuilt, 4V1073/3180 CATERPILLAR D10, Used, 3T8106/36149 CATERPILLAR D11N, Used, 7T0973/33845

CATERPILLAR D11R, Used, BL213

BLADE, SU

DRESSER 350C, Rebuilt, 11DF00002B/2945

CATERPILLAR 375, 375L, Used, 1082517/33834

BLADE, U

CAB, ROPS

CATERPILLAR 312C, Used, 1896184/33911 CATERPILLAR 345B, Used, 1382001/37356

COMPONENTS, ENGINE PETERBILT 300, Rebuilt, 6I3479/2562

BUCKET, GP

New, 2856095/32284

COUNTERWEIGHT

CATERPILLAR 773B, Rebuilt, 1W0773/32116

CATERPILLAR 953B, Rebuilt, 6I0793/3297

CATERPILLAR 980G, Used, 2343097/34482

CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1168671/34551

CATERPILLAR 980G, 980G II, Used, 1146030/28593

CATERPILLAR 962G, Used, 1168671/35706

CATERPILLAR D8R, D8T, Used, 6Y0610/34142

CATERPILLAR 980C, Rebuilt, 2W1004/35057

CATERPILLAR D8T, Used, 2173654/32566

CATERPILLAR 330D, Used, 6Y8180

CATERPILLAR 953C, Rebuilt, 1122360/3197

CATERPILLAR D7E, D7H, D7R, D7R II, D8N, New,

CATERPILLAR 980G, Rebuilt, 1605585/8037

7T5969/29920

CATERPILLAR AP-1055, Used, 2569597/3186 CATERPILLAR D10L, D10, Rebuilt, 7G0061/31120 CATERPILLAR D11N, Re built, 9W3649

TRACK REPAIR KIT CATERPILLAR D6T, Used, 3510955/30222

CATERPILLAR D9L, Re built, 3T0553/32787 CATERPILLAR D9N, Used, 9W7790/35682

TRACK, ROLLER CATERPILLAR 5130, New, 1554102/32845

HOOD

CATERPILLAR 304.5, 305.5, Ne w, 1584765/35694

CATERPILLAR 973, Used, 8G0279/264

TRACK, RUBBER HYDRAULICS CATERPILLAR 215, Re built, 3G5861/771

CATERPILLAR 980G, Rebuilt, 2023123/35618

IDLER CATERPILLAR D10N, D10R, Used, 9W9734/34143

CATERPILLAR 297C, Used, 297CUC/35154 CATERPILLAR 297C, Used, 297CUC/35154B

COUPLER/QUICK COUPLER

CATERPILLAR D25C, Used, 2W1557/34695 CATERPILLAR D300E, Used, 1443922/3211

CATERPILLAR 330D, 336D, New, 2692685/32547

CATERPILLAR 420E, Used, 2227379/36938

CATERPILLAR 345B, 345B II, 345B LC, 345B LC II,

CATERPILLAR 928G, Used, 1356323/36933

CATERPILLAR D8K, D8H, Used, D342/36265

345BL, 345BL II, 350, Used, 1366243/29066

CATERPILLAR 953C, 953D, Used, 2407867/36932

SULLAIR 15 KW, Use d, 2681384/28541

TRANSMISSIONS CATERPILLAR 515, Used, 8E7031/3262 CATERPILLAR 641, 651, Rebuilt, 7M5925/3254

RADIATOR GUARD CATERPILLAR D11N, Used, 9W8174/316

CATERPILLAR 450E, New, 2018563/2515 CATERPILLAR 450E, Rebuilt, 2018563/3281 CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 3P6809/33473

CATERPILLAR CS-563C, Used, 1117717/36108

CATERPILLAR 330C, Used, 3029013/32549 CATERPILLAR 330D, 336D, Used, 2692684/32548

CATERPILLAR 973, Used, 8G0278/36396 & 36395

CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 6N2585/35346

CATERPILLAR 216, 216B, 226, 226B, 228, 232, 242, 246, 247, 252, 256, 257, 262, 267, 268, 272, 277, 287,

CATERPILLAR 320D, Used, 9W9351

CATERPILLAR 375L, Used, 1344137/33644 CATERPILLAR 769D, Rebuilt, 1230206/32272

TRACK PADS

CATERPILLAR 730, Used, 1475225/2883

CATERPILLAR 12G, Re built, 7N1188/3406

CATERPILLAR 980C, Used, 8V8914/28500

BOOMS CATERPILLAR 375, Used, 1056205/36608

ENGINES, CAT CATERPILLAR 740, Used, 1537076/28643

CATERPILLAR D8R, D8T, Used, 2558707/36134 CATERPILLAR D9R, Used, 1088280/37142

CATERPILLAR 988B, Rebuilt, 6W7392/3248

CAB, OTHER

CATERPILLAR D9N, D9R, D9T, Used, 7T5384 BL250

CATERPILLAR 690B, Used, 690BLADE/28782

CATERPILLAR 836C, Used, 1452440/3212

FINAL DRIVE CATERPILLAR 320, Re built, 7Y1571/33882

RIPPER CATERPILLAR D11N, Re built, 4T4911/32405

CATERPILLAR 836C, Rebuilt, 1419909/3207 CATERPILLAR 924G, Rebuilt, 1402772/27097 CATERPILLAR 930G, 938G, Used, 2348866/32134

CATERPILLAR D8K, D8H, Used, D342/36591

STICK CATERPILLAR 375L, 375, Used, 1096159/36610

CATERPILLAR 345B, 345B II, 345B LC, 345B LC II,

CATERPILLAR 951C, Used, 2P2040/2963 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1862525/34552 CATERPILLAR 980G, Used, 1167684/28934 CATERPILLAR 988B, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318

345BL, 345BL II, 350, Used, 1389673/29067

CATERPILLAR 992C, Rebuilt, 3P9241/29904 CATERPILLAR 345B, 345C, Used, 1353706/29532

CATERPILLAR D10, D10L, Rebuilt, 3P7556/31378

CATERPILLAR 345B, 345C, Used, 2637329/29534

CATERPILLAR D11N, Rebuilt, 9G7060/32268

CATERPILLAR 345B, 350, Used, 1366241/32499

CATERPILLAR D4E, Used, 3T4758/3234

CATERPILLAR 345C, 345D, Used, 2811821/32544

CATERPILLAR D6D, Rebuilt, 7G4245/3252

CATERPILLAR 416C, Used, 1345869/36935

CATERPILLAR D8K, Rebuilt, 9G6678/3268

CATERPILLAR 416C, 416D, 416E, 420C, 420D, 420E,

CATERPILLAR D9L, Rebuilt, 9P2213/32542

426C, New, 1345869/30959

WINCH BUCKET, LIGHT MATERIAL CATERPILLAR 953, Used, FB485

CATERPILLAR 980H, Used, 2321393/34599

CATERPILLAR D6N XL C-Frame Assembly, Stk # 2002636

CATERPILLAR D9N, D9R, Rebuilt, 7T3894/36172 & 36173

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CATERPILLAR D8H, Used, 31E1067/36601 CATERPILLAR D8T, Used, W12E/36135


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Wright Express Releases Construction FCI Results

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DELIVERY

2003 Kobelco SK250LC, Heat/AC, 32” Steel Track, 9’9” Stick Size, 32” Frt Bucket, 5188 Hours, Stk# EX071 ......$59,900

2001 Cat D6MLGP, 8100 Hrs, 34” Pads, Fingertip Controls, Stk# DT039 .............. ................$69,900

1995 Cat 918F, EROPS, 17.5x25 Frt and Rear Tires, 4x4, 9912 Hrs, Stk# WL077 ....$29,900

2005 JCB 8080, EROPS, Heat/AC, 5’8” Stick Size, 24” Frt Bucket, Frt Aux Hyd, Blade, Rubber Track, 3868 Hrs, Stk# MIDEX028........ ................$31,900

2005 Cat 312CL, EROPS, Heat/AC, 8’2” Stick Size, 42” Frt Bucket, CAT Hyd Coupler, Frt Aux Hyd, 85% Undercarriage, 24” Steel Track, 5582 Hrs, Stk# EX072 ...... ................$69,500

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Wright Express Corporation in collaboration with IHS released results of its Wright Express Construction Fuel Consumption Index (FCI), which indicated a decrease of 0.8 percent in September versus its level the previous year. The Wright Express Construction FCI measures national fuel consumption statistics for the construction industry, which provides an accurate and up-to-date indication of construction activity in the United States. “The decline in the year-over-year results, combined with the first monthly uptick seen in recent reports, serves as another reminder that the U.S. construction industry has yet to forge a clear path to recovery,” said Rick Pomerleau, vice president, corporate development at Wright Express. Wright Express worked with IHS to capture and analyze transaction data from its closed loop network of more than 180,000 fuel and vehicle maintenance locations, including more than 90 percent of the domestic retail fuel locations and 45,000 vehicle maintenance locations. With this data, the Wright Express Construction FCI can be used to identify emerging trends within the construction industry and the national economy. The indicators were tested at monthly, quarterly, and annual frequencies, with the greatest insights produced using the yearover-year percent change of the monthly data. For September 2012, the Wright Express Construction FCI reported that fuel consumption by U.S. construction companies increased 0.7 percent versus the previous month and decreased by 0.8 percent versus September 2011. Last month’s Wright Express Construction FCI corresponded with decreased construction spending levels evident in most of the government’s subsequent construction data releases, which reinforced the short-term picture of a weak construction market. Construction spending excluding improvements — a good measure of activity — declined by 0.4 percent in August, while private residential construction showed positive growth of 3.0 percent. August housing permit statistics mirrored the declining fuel consumption index by falling 1.0 percent in August to an annual

rate of 803,000. Housing starts did climb to their second highest level since October 2008 with an increase of 2.3 percent in August. Total construction put-in-place decreased by 0.6 percent in August. IHS Analysis According to the IHS analysis, the mild rise in the Wright Express Fuel Consumption Index in September coincides with recent housing statistics, which suggests modest improvement. Existing home

The decline in the yearover-year results ... serves as another reminder that the U.S. construction industry has yet to forge a path to recovery.” Rick Pomerleau Wright Express

sales jumped 7.8 percent in August, which is the best figure since May 2010. Although there were some larger increases in 2009 and 2010, those were boosted by tax credits, while increased home sales in August were driven by economic fundamentals including an improving economy, low interest rates, and a drop in home sales cancellation rate. Normal economic conditions are still at least a couple of years away even though the housing market is expected to see some improvement this year. The rise of home prices in recent months is due to a rising demand by investors, low interest rates, and a drop in the proportion of distressed sales. Any gain in prices is good news because the price gains reduce the number of homeowners with “underwater” mortgages. The housing market will continue to improve, as long as the economy is creating jobs. The current economic outlook, however, is for a modest recovery that lasts three to four years, not the sharp upswing that characterizes most housing recoveries. The Wright Express Construction FCI for September 2012 is available at www.wrightexpress.com/fci.


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Long-Awaited 202 Pkwy. Opens in Pa. The 8.4 mi. (14.4 km)-long Route 202 Parkway that connects Montgomery Township and Doylestown Township opened to traffic on Dec. 3. While the project took four years from groundbreaking to ribbon cutting, the original concept of the parkway dates back decades. The parkway was built on new alignment passing through sections of Montgomery, Warrington and Doylestown townships, all in Pennsylvania. The new roadway is four-lanes wide in some portions, and two lanes wide in others. The roadway includes left and right turn lanes at its signalized intersections. The parkway speed limit will be 40 mph, and it will be open to commercial vehicles. General contractors J.D. Eckman Inc., Atglen, Pa., Blooming Glen Contractors Inc., Blooming Glen, Pa., and James D. Morrissey Inc., Philadelphia, Pa., worked on sections one, two and three respectively of the $200 million project. CEG

Photo Courtesy of James Boyle/Warminster Patch

(L-R) are State Sen. Stewart Greenleaf; Montgomery County Commissioner Bruce Castor; State Rep. Todd Stephens; State Rep. Kathy Watson; Lt. Gov. Jim Cawley; State Rep. Kate Harper; and Bucks County Commissioner Robert Loughery.

Equipment Lease Finance Industry Confidence Neutral The Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation (the Foundation) released the November 2012 Monthly Confidence Index for the Equipment Finance Industry (MCIEFI) Nov. 20. Designed to collect leadership data, the index reports a qualitative assessment of both the prevailing business conditions and expectations for the future as reported by key executives from the $628 billion equipment finance sector. Overall, confidence in the equipment finance market is 49.9, a decrease from the October index of 53.3, reflecting many industry participants’ post-election concerns over issues including the fiscal cliff, economic policy and taxes. A confidence level of 50.0 indicates a neither positive nor negative outlook overall. When asked about the outlook for the future, MCI survey respondent Thomas Jaschik, president, BB&T Equipment Finance, said “The business community is waiting for positive signals from Washington before making additional investments. Investments in capital equip-

ment and equipment financing will remain stagnant until such time.” November 2012 Survey Results The overall MCI-EFI is 49.9, down from the October index of 53.3. • When asked to assess their business conditions over the next four months, 9.1 percent of executives responding said they believe business conditions will improve over the next four months, up from 8.6 percent in October. 69.7 percent of respondents believe business conditions will remain the same over the next four months, down from 74.3 percent in October. 21.2 percent believe business conditions will worsen, up from 17.1 percent the previous month. • 12.1 percent of survey respondents believe demand for leases and loans to fund capital expenditures (capex) will increase over the next four months, a decrease from 20 percent in October. 63.6 percent believe demand will “remain the same” during the same four-month time period, up from 57.1

percent the previous month. 24.2 percent believe demand will decline, up from 22.9 percent in October. • 21.2 percent of executives expect more access to capital to fund equipment acquisitions over the next four months, up from 20 percent in October. 72.7 percent of survey respondents indicate they expect the “same” access to capital to fund business, a decrease from 80 percent the previous month. 6.1 percent expect “less” access to capital, up from no one who expected less access to capital in October. • When asked, 33.3 percent of the executives reported they expect to hire more employees over the next four months, down from 34.3 percent in October. 54.5 percent expect no change in headcount over the next four months, down from 57.1 percent last month. 12.1 percent expect fewer employees, up from 8.6 percent of respondents who expected fewer employees in October. • 78.8 percent of the leadership evaluates the current U.S. economy as “fair,” up from

65.7 percent last month. 21.2 percent rate it as “poor,” down from 34.3 percent in October. • 6.1 percent of survey respondents believe that U.S. economic conditions will get “better” over the next six months, down from 8.6 percent in October. 66.7 percent of survey respondents indicate they believe the U.S. economy will “stay the same” over the next six months, down from 77.1 percent in October. 27.3 percent believe economic conditions in the U.S. will worsen over the next six months, an increase from 14.3 percent who believed so last month. • In November, 27.3 percent of respondents indicate they believe their company will increase spending on business development activities during the next six months, down from 37.1 percent in October. 63.6 percent believe there will be “no change” in business development spending, up from 62.9 percent last month, and 9.1 percent believe there will be a decrease in spending, up from no one who believed so last month.

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Paladin Attachments Donates to Hurricane Sandy Relief Paladin Attachments, an attachment and coupler manufacturer, donated a total of $11,882 raised by the company to the Salvation Army’s Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Fund. The effects of Hurricane Sandy left hundreds of thousands of residents, including many of Paladin’s customers, without power and caused more than $50 billion in property damage and business interruption. Employees at all of Paladin’s facilities were encouraged to raise money for the cause. Many simply gave very generous donations, whereas others got a little creative. Some held bake sales to raise money to add to their own personal donations, while the facility in Ooltewah, Tenn., held a raffle to cut Project Manager Matty King’s hair

into a unique style, which raised more than $300 alone. Paladin also helped Hurricane Sandy relief efforts by working through the weekend at the CustomWorks facility in Kernersville, N.C. Working overtime, team members equipped machines headed to the hurricane-devastated area with CP thumb and bucket attachments and installed window guarding to protect the machines from damaging debris in order to quickly deliver the machines for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. “Many team members had heavy hearts with respect to our customers and fellow citizens impacted by this storm,” said Mike Flannery, vice president/general manager of

Paladin Attachments. “With this in mind, we encouraged all of our facilities to participate in this fundraising effort to make a positive difference in the lives of others, an important part of Paladin’s mission to ‘Respect and Value People’.” For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit www.paladinattachments.com.

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1999 Link-Belt 238H 150 ton, 240' boom, carbody jack, Ctwt removal system, S/N: F519-1753 FOB: Virginia P.O.R. 2006 Manitowoc 16000 440-ton, 315’ main boom, Cummins diesel, block & ball, Series 3 counterweights FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

2009 Elliott G85R 85' working height, 16' steel floor, 5,900 lb. winch, 40" x 60" platform w/ jib, 33,000 GVWR, cab guard, 2009 Sterling Actera, 110 volt, Allison Auto FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

2007 Link-Belt 218 HSL 110 ton, 150’ main boom, “ABC” Ctwts, Block/Ball, diesel engine FOB: New Jersey P.O.R.

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New Jersey’s Pave-Rite Inc. Celebrates 60 Years in Business Pave-Rite Inc., is celebrating 60 years in business in central New Jersey. The company was founded by Donald Stires in 1952 following his graduation from Lehigh University with a civil engineering degree. Stires, having been born in Somerville, N.J., saw that the area was beginning to grow in both industrial and residential areas and believed there was an opportunity to be part of that growth. The company was founded by two high school classmates, Don’s father and an attorney, and began paving small residential driveways. Local financing enabled company expansion during the first 10 years, putting Pave-Rite in position to fulfill the needs created by the many changes in Somerset County, including industrial relocations that allowed for major residential expansion. Don and his wife Blanche were blessed with six sons and one daughter and celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary in June. Both Donald and his middle child, Peter, were very active in the community serving as members of the Somerville Board of Education, the YMCA and other char- This June marks the 61st wedding anniversary of The Pave-Rite staff in Somerville, N.J., gathers for a Donald and Blanche Stires. They also will celebrate 60 photo. (Clockwise L-R) are Peter Stires, Nicholas itable organizations. Stires, Robert Hering and Grace DelRocco. Peter also graduated from Somerville High School and years of Pave-Rite Inc., in 2012. Lehigh University. Following in his father’s footsteps, he began working with Pave-Rite after two years with Hess Brothers. He became a licensed engineer and began his advancement from operator and foreman to company president and eventually owner of Pave-Rite. Peter and his wife Cathy have lived in Somerville for the past 30 years and both have been active in community and church life. They are proud parents of four children. Their son Nicholas is currently working as a project engineer for Pave-Rite after earning his masters degree in civil engineering from the University of South Carolina. Nicholas is the fourth generation to be in the firm. Over six decades, Pave-Rite Inc., has been fortunate to serve many great people and their companies. Johnson & Johnson expanded to Somerset County in the early years, as well as RCA and the Somerset Valley Industrial Campus. The developers who followed enabled Pave-Rite to expand its operation, and through the 1970s and ’80s the jobs were located from Lakewood to North Jersey. Peter continues to surround The crew poses for a photo at the Central Jersey Airport on the outskirts of Hillsborough and Manville, N.J. Pictured are Nevin himself with dedicated and highly skilled Kline (on paver) and (L-R) are Jon Musicant, Foley Inc., Peter Stires, Nicholas Stires, Robert Hering and Dave Stires. individuals, some of whom have been with the company for 20 years. Robert Hering is the vice president of Pave-Rite and has worked alongside in Princeton Township. They worked with Robert Kiser, specialist, Jon Musicant, machinery sales equipment conPeter preparing estimates and anchoring the project man- Princeton Township engineer, to stretch every available tax sultant, and Dan Scaramella, construction customer support agement from the office. Also in the office, Grace DelRocco dollar for their paving overlay projects. Pave-Rite pur- representative — provide the company with reliability. helps as the office manager who handles all accounting chased a milling machine and the first 1055B production Pave-Rite’s equipment records are computerized and coorpaver Foley sold for this project. Major site improvements dinated with Foley to keep its 40 machines in service. Most tasks including payroll. In the field, John Wolfe, Nevin Kline and Rui Cunha were recently completed at Micro Stamping in Somerset of the parts needed for the Cat machines are ordered on-line ensure that the projects are carried out swiftly with attention County on the tract developed in the 1960s for the Somerset and usually immediately available for pickup at Foley’s facility in Piscataway. to details by the crews. In the shop, William Sanez is the Valley Industrial Campus. Although the people make things work, the equipment Although Don Stires has been retired for the past 10 mechanic who keeps the machines running. By adhering to details and high-quality work, Pave-Rite has served its contributes much to the success of Pave-Rite. Don Stires years, he touches base with Peter weekly to offer encourclients over two generations. The firm designed and con- met Ed Foley early, before Foley Machinery was located in agement. He is proud of his son’s success and was part of a structed the Princeton Airport and has since installed Piscataway. The company still has a 1969 D8 Cat bulldozer company celebration held with employees, family and improvements to Central Jersey Airport and Somerset in service today. Additionally, the first articulating grader friends during May. sold by Foley is still in use. The Foley personnel — includThis article was reprinted with permission from PayDirt Airport. During 2005-2006, Pave-Rite completed paving projects ing Kim Foley, chairman of the board, Walt Suk, paving Magazine, Spring 2012 issue.


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Excavator Slewing Rings H&R is pleased to introduce a new line of quality slewing rings (aka turntable bearings, Rotec / swing bearings) for popular excavator models. H&R has partnered with a major supplier to the heavy equipment OEM’s. This company specializes in the design and manufactures a wide range of slewing rings for the construction, forestry and mining industries. Features & Benefits: · Factory direct, no middle man · Competitively priced · Quality control of product assured to precise specifications · Advanced production technology utilizing CNC lathes, grinding, machining, cutting and quenching processes. · Technical advantages including increased RC hardness over the competition · Specifically designed for heavy duty application requiring high capacity for axial, radial forces and tilting loads. · Superior performance in heavy duty applications · Low profile and excellent weight to performance ratio. · High load capacity optimizing the design and weight · ISO 9001:2000 & Total Quality Management ( TQM ) certified performance

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Classen Founder Sees People Skills as Key Operator Trait

Dan Gonyaw, a seven-year operator with Classen Crane Service, is thrilled with the re-engineered cab and operator computer systems in the Link-Belt HTC86100 crane. CLASSEN from page 8

A Partnership Classen said that in some ways, he feels as if his company is partners with Woods CRW. “I was just getting started when Chris Palmer was just getting started and we have watched each other grow and succeed,” he said. “Much like my company, Woods CRW has put the right people in place within their organization. For instance, Steve Smith, one of their technicians has been with them for 25 years. He knows the Link-Belt cranes inside and out and he’s a real straight shooter. There have been times when Steve has worked with us even on a Sunday when necessary. We have had great luck with the Link-Belt machines and we have looked at and used other cranes, but the Link-Belt cranes just shine,” said Classen. About Classen Crane Mike Classen bought his first crane in 1981 at the age of 21. Ben Classen, Mike’s son, is now vice-president of the company. Classen’s now has between 12 and 60

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New Inductees…

Cat Auction Services AEM Announces 2012 Hall of Fame Class Expands Ownership Structure With Cat

Deere & Company Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Sam Allen (R) accepts the AEM Hall of Fame plaque from 2012 Chair of the AEM and CEO of Krone, North America, Rusty Fowler.

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) announced the 2012 inductees into the AEM Hall of Fame, which recognizes and celebrates outstanding individuals in the off-road equipment industry, and their legacy of innovation, service and leadership. Their vision and hard work have been critical to advancing global economic and social prosperity; their legacy strengthens continued industry contributions to improving quality of life, and serves as an inspiration for tomorrow’s leaders, according to the AEM. AEM Hall of Fame inductees have been evaluated by an independent panel of industry experts on five criteria that are vital to the health of the offroad equipment manufacturing industry: 1) innovation, 2) industry contributions, 3) leadership, 4) corporate citizenship/social responsibility and 5) sustainability. The 2012 AEM Hall of Fame Inductees John Deere (Deere & Company) John Deere was a leader in his day in vision, innovation and improving the quality of life for his fellow citizens. The company marks its 175th anniversary in 2012, recognizing the significant influence Deere has had for

almost two centuries in equipment manufacturing — an impact the Illinois blacksmith could not have imagined when he was first compelled to create tools that have evolved into machinery that helps build and feed the world. “John Deere” has been synonymous with equipment almost since John Deere moved from New England to Grand Detour, Ill., where his skills as a blacksmith were immediately in demand. Deere ultimately took his business to Moline, Ill., which had access to better transportation routes and essential energy sources. If Deere could have seen the future in 1837 when he created his innovative self-scouring plow for midwestern farmers, he would have been amazed and proud to see that his namesake company would become a world leader in machinery manufacturing. Deere built a global company on the core values of integrity, quality, commitment and innovation — one that produces machinery with a myriad of applications in agriculture, construction, forestry and turf care. John Deere made an everlasting mark and earned his place in the AEM Hall of Fame through the development of equipment see AEM page 134

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Cat Auction Services (CAS) recently announced that it has expanded its ownership structure to include Caterpillar Inc., as an investor in the company. Caterpillar will join 25 other Cat dealer partners to share ownership of Cat Auction Services. Cat Auction Services was created in 2008 through a unique partnership of five Cat dealers with the objective of developing an auction channel that can work with the Caterpillar distribution network. By leveraging customer relationships built by dealers and Caterpillar, CAS is able to provide a unique auction experience that offers Cat dealers and customers a broad range of services, superior equipment expertise and a level of transparency unmatched by any other auction company. “Caterpillar is looking forward to being a part of Cat Auction Services because it gives our North American customers another reliable, trusted choice when it comes to meeting their equipment disposal and acquisition needs. This will be a great supplement to our current dealer offerings,” said Jim W. Johnson, president of Caterpillar Used Equipment Services, Inc. “We feel that Cat Auction Services is uniquely positioned in the auction business by offering innovative live and online auctions backed by a full range of support services provided by the best dealer network in the world. I think that once people try CAS they will have a new favorite auction company,” Johnson added. Cat Auction Services facilitates auctions through live events, online bidding, and its own monthly, timed-out, online platform called eQuipment Yard. CAS has enhanced heavy equipment auctions by giving customers a better experience through the innovative LEADERBOARD, professional staff, TA-1 inspection reports, comprehensive photos and videos, equipment protection plans and equipment financing. In less than four years, CAS has grown to include 25 dealer partners holding auctions that draw customers from 49 U.S. states and 60 countries. “We are thrilled to be a part of the extended Caterpillar network,” said Rick Albin, president of Cat Auction Services. “Their expertise, along with our many dealer partners, will position us to become a strong worldwide presence within a couple of years and will provide the best customer value in the auction industry.” “Throughout the entire process of closing this transaction, the business strategy and expectations of Caterpillar Inc. and independent Cat dealers have been in direct alliance with each other,” said Gary Trettel, CFO/general manager of Cat Auction Services. “This shows their commitment to this business and the belief that we have an opportunity to serve our customers better by working together.” For more information, visit www.catauctions.com.


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Mack Pinnacle Delivers Capitol Christmas Tree to D.C. The 2012 Capitol Christmas tree was illuminated in an official lighting ceremony Dec. 4 on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol, following a 5,300-mi. multi-week journey on the brawn of a Mack Pinnacle model. Speaker of the House John Boehner (ROhio), accompanied by 17-year-old Ryan Shuster, flipped the switch, lighting the 73-ft. Engelmann Spruce and marking the official beginning of the holiday season in D.C. Shuster, from Colorado Springs, Colo., was randomly selected from 1,300 youths throughout the state who created more than 5,000 handmade ornaments for the tree. Decorated with approximately 10,000 low-energy LED lights, the tree will be lit every evening from dusk until 11 p.m. throughout the holiday season. The tree was hauled in a special trailer and pulled by a SmartWay-certified Mack Pinnacle model driven by former U.S. Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell. A second Mack tractor hauled the ornaments and dozens of companion trees that will decorate other government buildings in Washington. Distinctively decaled with a determined Bulldog pulling a tree across a snow-covered landscape, the Mack Pinnacle is equipped with a near-zero emissions MP8 engine with Mack ClearTech SCR technology and an advanced mDRIVE automated manual transmission, which optimized fuel efficiency and performance by assuring that the truck was always in the right gear. The mDRIVE continually monitored changes in grade, speed, acceleration and weight as the tree traveled over mountains, through small towns and on busy highways on its way to Washington. During its three-week trip, the Pinnacle tractor braved whiteout conditions through mountain passes, freezing temperatures and tight maneuvering in small towns and big cities. Throughout, the Mack truck handled all challenges with ease. “Hauling the Capitol Christmas tree this year has been a special assignment that we have really enjoyed,” said John Walsh, vice president of marketing for Mack Trucks. “This is a job our trucks are built for — demanding hauls across all kinds of terrain with very important cargo. We are pleased that the U.S. Forest Service and Choose Outdoors trusted this job to Mack, and we look forward to again hauling the Capitol Christmas tree in 2013.” The tradition of the Capitol Christmas Tree, also known as “The People’s Tree,” began in 1964. National forests rotate the responsibility each year of providing a tree that will stand on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol as a gift to the nation.

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Construction Spending Rises Again All major segments of construction spending increased in October, bringing total spending to a 37-month high at an annualized rate of $872 billion, according to an analysis of new federal data released Dec. 3 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials warned, however, that the fiscal cliff imperils future improvement in both public and private spending. “Widespread gains in spending in October, along with hefty upward revisions to estimates for the previous two months, show that construction has finally come out of its long slump,” said Ken Simonson, the association's chief economist. “Although all major spending categories are far below prerecession highs, they are well above their recent low points.” Simonson noted that total construction spending rose for the seventh consecutive month in October, up 1.4 percent from September's upwardly revised total and 9.6 percent from the October 2011 mark, bringing the total to the highest level since September 2009. Private residential spending reached the highest level since November 2008, increasing by 3.0

percent compared with September and 21 percent during the past 12 months. Private nonresidential construction edged up 0.3 percent for the month and 11 percent compared with October 2011. Public construction rose 0.8 percent in October, but slipped 1.0 percent year-over-year. Within the private sector, all three residential categories set multi-year peaks. New single-family construction rose to the highest mark since November 2008, climbing 3.6 percent for the month and 29 percent over 12 months. New multi-family construction hit a three-year high, soaring 6.2 percent for the month and 53 percent since October 2011. Improvements to existing residential structures — a category likely to grow further once reconstruction from Hurricane Sandy is included — climbed 1.8 percent in October and 8.9 percent over the year to a five-year high. Among private nonresidential categories, the largest power construction, which includes oil, gas and other energy projects rose 1.6 percent for the month and 19 percent over 12 months. Manufacturing construction decreased 2.5 percent in October, but was up by

3.6 percent year-over-year. Commercial construction, comprising retail, warehouse and farm structures, rose 1.2 percent in October and 9.5 percent over 12 months. Public construction achieved the highest spending level of the year. Highway and street construction spending, the largest public segment, dropped 2.4 percent in October and 5.0 percent year-over-year, while educational construction spending gained 0.9 percent for the month but fell 2.8 percent from year-ago levels. Stephen Sandherr, chief executive officer of the construction trade association, urged Congress and the White House to reach a quick and lasting agreement on federal spending, taxes and the debt ceiling. Without greater certainty on tax rates and federal spending levels, both private and public construction will quickly reverse recent gains, throwing newly-hired workers back into unemployment, he said. In addition, it is vital to provide funding to enable struggling communities, businesses and individuals to rebuild after the devastation from Hurricane Sandy.

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other structures that became New York icons. If that happens, it will take some time. Hudson Yards isn’t expected to be complete for about a dozen years, and it entails the construction challenge of building an $800 million platform covering the rail tracks. The first tower doesn’t require the platform. A few blocks from Pennsylvania Station and about half a mile (800 m) from the Empire State Building, the rail yards near the Hudson River have long been surrounded by an unprepossessing neighborhood of warehouses, lowrent brownstones, the Javits Center convention facility and office buildings. One of them houses the global headquarters of The Associated Press. But the area has gained some momentum in the last several years. The High Line, a park on a former elevated rail line, has become a magnet for residents and tourists alike. More than a

dozen apartment towers and several hotels have been built near it. The idea of making Hudson Yards into an Olympic venue — the idea centered on a proposed professional football stadium for the New York Jets — spurred an outcry from residents. It ultimately foundered on concerns about traffic and financing. Some residents also have concerns about the current Hudson Yards plan. Kathleen Treat of the Hell’s Kitchen Neighborhood Association, a residents’ group, has misgivings about seeing a cluster of towers rise near a riverfront that residents appreciate, plain as it may be. “We want complete access to our river, which is beginning to look like Related’s river,” she said. The city rezoned a 60-block area to accommodate the project, approved $106 million in property tax exemptions and issued $3 billion in bonds to pay for an extension of a subway line to the area from Times Square.

Officials point to the 23,000 construction jobs, 5,000 apartments — about 1,600 of them affordable — and other amenities it’s expected to create. Government agencies also are getting money out of the project: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which owns the property, is leasing it to the developers for $1 billion. The city’s commercial real estate market was rocked by the recession, and some projects — including some towers planned at the rebuilt World Trade Center — have struggled to find tenants. Hudson Yards has been seen as offering the prospect of good deals on new, high-end space near Manhattan’s central business district, said Michael Slattery, a vice president of the Real Estate Board of New York, a trade association. Bloomberg said the groundbreaking shows that “even in this challenging economy, we are moving forward.”

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The overall repair project will include installation of a series of micro-piles to stabilize the fill material that is placed inside the bridge between the wing-walls. The outer stone veneer also will be rebuilt.

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collapsed,” said Dave Decker, southern regional engineer of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources engineering and construction. “The bridge, which is only used for pedestrian traffic, was closed to the public and we had it inspected by an engineering firm. The result was that the arch and bridge were stable, but should remain closed until repaired.” In late June, when negotiations were proceeding with an engineering firm for design of the repair, a report was received of additional damage. “Because of concern that a large piece of the parapet wall would collapse, we proceeded as an emergency to have a 12foot section of the parapet wall removed. This section of the wall weighed approximately 15 tons,” Decker said. According to Decker, the overall repair project will include installation of a series of micro-piles to stabilize the fill material that is placed inside the bridge between the wing-walls. The outer stone veneer also will be rebuilt. The contract was awarded to Brayman Construction, Saxonburg, Pa., and the project manager is Evan Sockaci. The contract amount is $421,750, and 90 days were given to complete the work. Hopes are that the work will not actually take that long, but moving into fall and winter means that weather could become a factor. “Between the side walls of the bridge, the wing-walls, the bridge is filled with stone and dirt,” Decker explained. “Over time, water seeps down off the deck into the fill, and eventually pushes the exterior stone out, thus collapsing the wall. It has happened at least three times that we are aware of. We are expecting this fix to hold for many decades. The micropiles will take all the pressure from the fill off the exterior stone veneer, thereby keeping the bridge stable. Because this type of collapse seems to happen every 25 to 30 years, we were looking for a long-term solution that would keep the wall stable for a long time, and think the idea the engineer came up with will do that.”

Maxmor-Hill Restoration of Baltimore, Md., restoration specialist, is in charge of the masonry. “It’s a unique job,” Sockaci said. “Since we’re working on old structure, we have to be careful, and we have to be sensitive to the National Park issues. But the bridge is the main challenge, and on the back side we have had some access issues.” The micro-piles are being drilled using a Casagrande M91 drill rig. Other equipment used on the job includes small equipment such as a Caterpillar 311 excavator.

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The contract was awarded to Brayman Construction, Saxonburg, Pa.

According to reports, the bridge was restored in the 1940s, and crumbling and falling stones were corrected in 1979. Some work was also done on the arch then, and decking was changed as well. In 1996 and 2002, mortar was replaced between the stones. Decker said there are various challenges to a project of this nature. “The bridge is a National Landmark and the Maryland Historical Trust holds an easement on the bridge to make sure the historic value of the bridge is maintained,” he said. “We are very sensitive to that issue and expect that once the work is complete, the bridge will look exactly like it should. As work proceeds, the contractor will have to be very careful not to allow damage to occur to adjoining sections of the bridge, and be especially careful of the arch section.”

Bridge History The Casselman River Bridge crosses an area known as Little Crossings. In 1755, George Washington (a young military aide at that time), was on the staff of British General Edward Braddock. Braddock’s army fought the French at a fort near what is now Pittsburgh, Pa. They reportedly forded the river at Little Crossings, and also retreated back there after their defeat. In the 1760s, the area became a major thoroughfare for westward travelers. In the early 19th century, widespread road construction was under way, and the National Road project was a part of those improvements. The Casselman River Bridge was one of many upgrades to Braddock’s Road. The area became a busy center of commerce and transportation, with stage coaches, wagons, horsemen, and foot travelers using the bridge. It was kept in service until 1933, when a new steel bridge was erected to accommodate automobiles. Currently, the bridge is part of the Casselman River Bridge State Park, and is only opened to pedestrians. The park covers a 4-acre parcel and is a popular spot for fly fishermen, photographers and history enthusiasts. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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2004 Komatsu D37EX-21A, 1,523 Hours. Cab, A/C ........ ..............................$45,000

1996 Volvo L50C, 7,246 Hours, New Paint, Aux Hydraulics, Hyd. Coupler ....$45,500

1996 Komatsu WA320-3L, 4,806 Hours, New Komatsu Reman. Engine, Aux. Hydraulics, GP and MP Bucket ....................$70,000

2008 Volvo PF6110, 836 Hours, Carlson Screed, All Volvo Update Performed .............. ..............$219,000

2004 Cat M322C, 8,390 Hours, 2 Piece Boom, Outriggers, Hydraulic Coupler, 2 Buckets .............. ..............................$65,000

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2010 John Deere 764HSD, Stk# 00013506, 104 Hrs, Hi Spd Dozer, 12.5’ Blade, Trimble Sys, Rear Fenders ....$335,000

1993 Caterpillar D4C, Stk# 00031091, 7508 Hrs, ROPS, Std Tracks, Lever Steering, Pat Blade ..................$22,000

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From the Bleachers After watching the Miracle on 34th Street for the fifth or sixth time the other night, there was no way I could not send Mr. Kris Kringle, aka Santa Claus, a list of things the sports world and others need to find in their Christmas stockings the morning of Dec. 25. As this is written, I am dreaming of a white Christmas, which is usually a given here in Upstate New York. Right now, though, we are snowless. Let’s hope it happens so Santa’s reindeers won’t have to pull his sled through mud and Rudolph’s bright and shiny nose will light up the night. There are so many things we not only want, but need and Dear Ol’ Santa might be the only person who can make them happen. So, Mr. Claus, here they are, in no pecking order but just as they popped into my pea brain: All athletes the gift of realizing that they are not the most important people or things on the planet, and that they are lucky to have us fans, not that we are lucky to have them. You know, a dose of humility, and if they don’t have a clue what that means, arrange to meet with them, Santa. And speaking of athletes, Santa, throw in a bag of anti-cheating substance that I hope they’ll OD

and wake up Dec. 26 knowing that not cheating is far more important than not getting caught. How about politicians whose No. 1 goal is to make this a better country and not to just get elected or re-elected? Yeah, Santa, I know, that’s quite a challenge, but see what you can do, OK? Then there’s the NCAA Division 1 championship football game, matching legendary Notre Dame vs. Alabama the first week in January. There will be a four-team playoff tournament in 2014 for the first time in D-1, so how about leaving the NCAA’s Moe, Larry and Curly a note suggesting the title game be played before Memorial Day. If you can either find one, make one or buy one, would you consider bringing the Buffalo Bills a general manager and/or a coach who can recognize a good quarterback when he sees one — that is, assuming he ever sees one. And even first and more important, put a oneway ticket back to Georgia in Bills coach Chan Gailey’s stocking and the same to Alabama in general manager Buddy Nix’s stocking. Being an old Southern boy from Louisiana, I love their accents, but that’s about it. The Bills need true grit, Santa, not just guys who love grits!

Oh, and also in the South, dear Santa, bring to my Northwestern State Demons whatever it takes and whatever they’re missing so they can run the table next season — and not just in football, where they were 4-7 this season, but in every sport. And while we’re down South, bring the New Orleans Saints a gift to put them back to where they were in 2009, when they won their first Super Bowl. Hint, Santa: How about a defense that can stop something harder than running water! And while you’re at it, a new, long-term contract for suspended coach Sean Payton, but no bounties! Then there’s Major League Baseball, Mr. Claus, where spitting and opening and closing the Velcro on batting gloves after every pitch drives too many of us crazy! So, put it — an order, not a request — in commissioner Bud Selig stocking that there be a new rule: No more than one spit per at-bat for both the batter and the pitcher. If the pitcher does it more than once, it’s an automatic ball and an automatic strike if the batter breaks the new rule. Should work, Santa! As for me, KK, give baseball and us fans more Derek Jeters and no more Barry Bonds. Why? Well, it’s self-explanatory.

Don’t know if it’s possible, even if you have time to make it happen, but how about brains for the National Hockey League owners and the Players Association? Otherwise, we could be looking at a 2012-13 no-season. Then there’s some other local stuff here, Santa, which I hope you can make happen. A Calder Cup championship for our Rochester Americans and a Governor’s Cup for our Rochester Red Wings. Oh, and while you’re at it, a local women’s soccer team led by our own Abby Wambach, who wasn’t voted the female athlete of the year, but should’ve been. Did you blow that one, Santa? Finally, if you can make it happen, Santa Claus, bring more love and hugs into the world, a world where hate should be outlawed and caring should take over. Thanks Santa! And I can’t wait to reach into my stocking Christmas morning! (Rick Woodson is a regular columnist for the “Rochester Business Journal” in Rochester, N.Y., and is the author of “Words of Woodson”, a collection of sports columns, available at www.authorhouse.com and www.thegolftee.net. Woodson’s e-mail address is rwoodson@rochester.rr.com.)


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2001 Cat 416C Backhoe, OROPS, Very Low Hours, Good Rubber, 4-n-1, Extendahoe, Job Ready ............................$35,000

1999 John Deere 850C WT, Enclosed Cab w/Heat & A/C, Low Original Hours.......... ..........................................$69,500

2006 Lull 644E-42 Forklift, OROPS, Frame & Carriage Tilt, Great Rubber, Runs Out Clean & Tight ........................$29,500

2004 JD 410G Backhoe, EROPS, Heat, A/C, 4x4, Extendahoe, New Rubber All Around, VERY Nice ..................$43,500

1996 Komatsu PC250LC-6 Excavator, EROPS w/A/C, Good U/C, Very StraightTight-Clean, Hammer Hydraulics $42,500

2006 Fecon RX130-FM, Enclosed Cab w/Heat & A/C, Winch, Documented Factory Upgrades to Bring..........$79,500

2007 Cat 320DL Excavator, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Wide Tracks, Clean-Straight & Tight Machine..............................$129,500

2001 Komatsu PC300LC Excavator, Enclosed Cab, Geith Bkt and Thumb, Runs Good ..................................$54,500

1999 Komatsu MST 2300 Off-Road Truck, EROPS w/Heat & A/C, New Tracks, Very Clean & Straight, Nice Truck ......$49,500

2001 Cat M315 Excavator, EROPS, Heat, A/C, Tilting Bkt, Aux Hydraulics, Ex City Machine, Tight ......................$44,500

2004 Komatsu PC78MR-6 Excavator, EROPS 1999 Cat 902 Wheel Loader, Enclosed Cab w/Heat & ICE Cold A/C, Backfill Blade, Hyd. w/Heat, GP Bkt, 4-in-1 Bkt, Grapple Bkt, Thumb, Tight & Clean ..............$45,500 Forks, Quick ..........................$39,500

2005 Daewoo 140LC V, Enclosed Cab w/Heat, A/C, Geith Bucket, Manual Thumb, Good U/C ....................$54,500

1998 Lang 290LTC Tool Excavator, Tool Carrier w/Coupler, Auxiliary Plumbing 5’ Cutter Heat, Stump Grinder ......$129,500

1995 Cat 924F Wheel Loader, EROPS w/Heat, New Rubber, Tight & Original, 4-in-1 Bkt, Shifts Easy ..............$33,500

2004 JD 120C Excavator, Enclosed Cab w/AC & Heat, 80% U/C, Thumb, Very Nice Machine ..............................$54,500

1995 Liebherr A912 Excavator, Enclosed Cab w/Heat & A/C, 4 Stabilizers, Dual Tires, 72” Grading Swivel Grading$69,500

2000 Kawasaki 65TM Wheel Loader, EROPS w/Heat & A/C, JRB Bkt-CouplerForks, Good Rubber, Tight Machine$44,500

1996 JD 595D Excavator, EROPS w/Heat, Tilting Bkt, Original Paint, Good Rubber, Very Nice..............................$41,500

2005 Cat TH360B Forklift, OROPS, Frame Tilt, Foam Filled Tires, Nice Running Low Hour Machine ........................$33,500

2003 Kawasaki 65ZTM Wheel Loader, Enclosed Cab w/Heat & A/C, Grapple Bkt, Clean, Tight, Straight Machine....$49,500


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To expose the pipe, Albanese and his team rely on their LiuGong 936D, 81,500 lb. (36,968 kg), 280 hp (209 kW) excavator.

Once the I-beams are installed, the steel side panels are brought from the nearby equipment and material staging area by a LiuGong 842Z bar wheel loader equipped with a coupler and forks to complete the trench box installation.

Albanese D&S Inc. Works Night Shift on Boston Pipeline Downtown Boston may not be known as the city that never sleeps, but for the next two years, it will be giving New York a run for its money. Just last month, a two-year-long sewer and storm water pipeline project got under way in downtown Boston. All the construction work on this project will take place overnight between the hours of 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. The overnight work hours allow the construction to be completed in a manner that causes the least disruption in terms of foot and commuter traffic and delivery of water utility services to residents. Today, a single underground pipeline carries both storm water and sewage to the city’s water treatment plant. With the growth of the city over time, both the storm water and sewer feeding into the single pipeline resulted in flooding of the city’s water treatment plant during severe storms. In order to correct the problem, the Boston Water and Sewage Commission (BWSC) needed to come up with a plan to divert the storm water away from the plant since it wasn’t necessary to treat it. As a result, the BWSC developed a strategic construction plan to completely separate the storm water from the sewer line. The project that would remove the citywide combined storm water and sewer pipeline currently in place, by installing two separate pipes, one which would carry storm water directly to the bay, the other which would carry sewer to the treatment plant was then put out for bid. The 15 million dollar bid was awarded to Albanese D&S Inc. of Dracut, Mass. “We did a similar job in Hartford not too long ago,” said Giovanni Albanese, owner of Albanese D&S Inc. “We understood the scope of the work well, and what would be required to complete the job on time and on budget.” Albanese and his crew began work exposing the current pipe one block at a time. To expose

To install the I-beams that support the trench box walls, some up to 82 ft. (25 m) below road level, Albanese equipped his LiuGong 936D excavator with a Daedong Engineering pile driver attachment.

the pipe, they had to carefully penetrate and dig through the asphalt pavement, then scrape and remove the soil between the pavement and pipe. “One of the biggest challenges on this job is to avoid hitting underground utility lines while digging to access and remove the existing pipe. It’s a slow, but steady process,” said Albanese. In order to minimize any disruptions in delivery of utility services to nearby residents and area businesses throughout the construction project, temporary, above ground water lines were installed to bypass the underground flow just prior to the start of construction. Once the construction in an area is complete, the temporary lines are removed with customers being reconnected to the new lines. To expose the pipe, Albanese and his team rely on their LiuGong 936D, 81,500 lb. (36,968 kg), 280 hp (209 kW) excavator. For the more finite, compact work, they rely on their LiuGong 906C, 13,200 lb. (5,987 kg), 49 hp (36.5 kW) mini-excavator and its petite 6 ft. 3 in. by 19 ft. 4 in. (1.9 by 5.9 m) footprint. The 936D is used to remove large amounts of material utilizing its 24 ft. 1 in. (7.3 m) digging depth and 2.09 cu. yd. (1.6 cu m) bucket, the 906c for smaller scale scraping and digging. As the excavators remove the asphalt and soil, the materials are loaded into a dump truck and taken to a nearby staging yard where they are stockpiled. After exposing the current pipeline, Albanese and his crew work to install temporary trench boxes prior to laying the new pipe to keep workers safe. To install the I-beams that support the trench box walls, some up to 82 ft. (25 m) below road level, Albanese equipped his LiuGong 936D excavator with a Daedong Engineering pile driver attachment. Once the I-beams are installed, the steel side panels are brought from see PIPELINE page 70


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Multi-Generations Helps Build Cape Cod Firm’s Business By Jay Adams CEG CORRESPONDENT

All cranes learn how to build from their instincts in the nest. Jason A. Souza learned how to build from his grandfather’s crane — the heavy iron version, that is, not the longlegged bird. Souza, owner of American Excavating Contractors Inc., on Cape Cod, learned about the construction of handmade stone walls and the powerful machinery needed to move and pile large stones from his mentor and grandfather George Rapoza, while still a fledgling, just out of the nest, himself. Rapoza had established a successful crane company, Rapoza’s Crane Service, East Falmouth, Mass. In later years, however, his business waned, and Rapoza started Azopar Corp., a related excavation business, in the early 1980s. As a child, Souza would go to work job sites with his grandfather and then, as a fascinated teenager, would work on-site with him as a laborer. He never ran the cranes, but would move them, while greasing and loading trucks. His grandfather taught him the foundation of excavation and building and was a very positive role model in his life.

Learning Under ‘Rip Rap’ According to Souza, George Rapoza, AKA “Rip Rap” was a rock star of a different sort. His stage usually consisted of heavy wooden mats that the cranes parked on for stability while working on or around the beach. He was well-known for building jetties and sea walls from Provincetown, Mass., to the Jersey Shore. As Souza got older and started getting his own jobs (as a DBA), he rented his grandfather’s old equipment, much of which had seen better days and was in need of repair. “By the early 80s, Grandpa’s old threequarter-yard LIMA cranes had become obsolete and parts were hard to come by. Whenever possible, stone walls were constructed primarily with excavators and backhoes,” he said. But Souza would not be deterred. The pull of the crane was too strong. In 1998, at the age of 26, he started a firm called Above Grade Excavating. Four years later, however, he found himself in the wrong kind of hole. In 2002, Souza took on a partner because he needed to

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expand the business, needed someone to handle the clerical operation and he needed more funding. Unfortunately, the partnership floundered after two years, because of creative differences. Souza’s intentions were to go to court and divide the business assets amicably. But after a surprising upset in Superior Court, Souza found that once his ex-partner put up a substantial cash bond, he, and not Souza, was put in control of Above Grade Inc., during the dissolution. “All I was left with was an old Dodge pickup, some rakes, some shovels and most of the customers,” said Souza. He had always maintained solid relationships with his customers and his vendors, so he spoke to them about what had happened and, fortified by their positive input, was convinced he should regroup, stay in the industry and pursue his own company, just a few days after the dissolution of Above

Grade. “I called my insurance agent and after post-dating a check out for 30 days, I was able to secure a Workers Comp and General Liability policy,” admitted Souza. “Once that was established, we hit the ground running, sunrise to sunset, seven days a week, rain or shine.” As a result, American Excavating Contractors was founded in July 2004, by Souza and his then-fiancée, now wife, Stacey. Headquartered in Mashpee, Mass., the middle of Cape Cod, American Excavating Co. offers a complete array of full site development: excavation, Title V septic installation, boulder retaining walls, demolition, drainage, landscape construction, tree removal and more (a full list is on its Web site). The company also performs commercial and residential services. see SOUZA page 70


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Listed below are some bids on projects for the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT). County/District: Statewide Contract No.: XY1385174 Project: Drainage, erosion and sediment control, system remediation. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Mercier’s Inc. — $1,273,963 • Rustler Construction Inc. — $1,687,070 • Civil Construction LLC — $1,994,320 County/District: N/A Contract No.: CO4155177 Project: Md. 404 from Sennett Road to the Delaware State Line proposed resurfacing and safety improvements. Contractors and Bid Amount: • American Infrastructure Md Inc. d/b/a American Infrastructure — $2,022,000 • David A. Bramble Inc. — $2,098,380 • George & Lynch Inc. — $2,234,769 County/District: District 7 Contract No.: XY1305185 Project: Sign structure replacement. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Collinson Inc. — $2,350,685 • Fort Myer Construction Corporation — $2,535,431 • Midasco LLC — $2,550,250 County/District: District 4 Contract No.: XY1375185 Project: UPS/traffic signal modification/installation /reconstruction. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Rommel Engineering & Construction Inc. — $2,418,991 • Scott A. Duncan Inc. — $2,476,385 • Midasco LLC — $2,588,104 • Thompson Electric Inc. — $2,637,239 County/District: Baltimore Contract No.: BA0895174 Project: I-695 stormwater management improvements at Md. 147. Contractors and Bid Amount: • C. J. Miller LLC — $383,569 • Baltimore Pile Driving & Marine Construction Inc. — $412,196 • Kibler Construction Company Inc. — $413,520 • Peak Incorporated — $511,887 • P. Flanigan & Sons Inc. — $519,900 • DSM Properties — $531,115 County/District: District 4 Contract No.: XY1365185 Project: Sign structure replacement.

Contractors and Bid Amount: • Collinson Inc. — $2,258,755 • Midasco LLC — $2,569,569 County/District: Anne Arundel Contract No.: AA4385130 Project: Geometric improvements — Southern Md. Boulevard at Lower Pindell Road. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Rustler Construction Inc. — $396,175 • Beuchert Excavating Inc. — $449,999 • A & M Concrete Corporation — $509,909 • Civil Construction LLC — $522,465 • Anchor Construction Corporation — $525,975 • Ardent Company LLC — $669,600 County/District: N/A Contract No.: BA8555180 Project: Deck replacement for Bridge No. 03095 on Md. 150 over Md. 700. Contractors and Bid Amount: • Anchor Construction Corporation — $3,847,004 • Concrete General Inc. — $4,265,222 • Civil Construction LLC — $4,382,505 • Fort Myer Construction Corporation — $4,488,085 • Martins Construction — $4,501,212 • Blastech Enterprises Inc. — $4,869,481 • Kinsley Construction Inc. — $5,011,311 • Flippo Construction Company Inc. — $5,175,963 • Brawner Builders Inc. — $5,301,460

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R & D Trucking’s Doosan ADTs Take On Fast-Paced Production Hauling While the coal-fired electric-generating facilities in West Virginia provide power to that state and several other areas as well, they are also the economic engine driving many of the businesses associated with the industry. “With five power plants within 30 miles, the impact on my company is significant,” said Rick Buzzo, owner of R & D Trucking of Morgantown Inc., Granville, W.Va. “A few years ago, when one electric company pulled out, we thought the area would really suffer. Then a new seam of coal was discovered and another company came in.”

“When a pond is built, it looks like a big bowl with drainage pipes installed all the way around it,” Buzzo said. “[The] articulated dump truck I was using was not cut out for this type of work. The suspension system was often damaged. The MT41 has a much better suspension system. It has no problem maintaining contact with the ground. “The Doosan trucks are lighter and shorter than our 35-ton trucks, which means they are easier to move around,” he said. “Being able to transport them on a lowboy meant we did not have to purchase a new semi-tractor and trailer. Power Plant “My drivers report that Construction the cab on the MT41 is much One firm that hires R & D more comfortable than our Trucking is an excavating other trucks,” he said. company that does work for “When you sit in there for 10 power plants. hours a day, a wider, roomiEnvironmental Protection R & D Trucking has a fleet of 27 dump trucks, er cab is important. So, too, including five newer Doosan MT41 articulated dump Agency (EPA) regulations are the low noise levels and trucks. require the plants to address low cabin vibration levels. the discharge of wastewater “I really like the power of into lakes, rivers and other waterways. tain. This goes on for five 10-hour days the MT41. Although speed is not our As a result, truckloads of material, such and one 8-hour day each week.” biggest requirement, we need them to Needless to say, Buzzo needs a topas gravel, ash and clay, are moved to create ponds that store wastewater notch fleet of trucks to keep up with the go up to the top of the hill and not bog from coal combustion. R & D has a grueling pace. In the last two years, he down. With some of our older trucks, fleet of 27 dump trucks, including five added the MT41s, purchased from you don’t always have the feeling that newer Doosan MT41 articulated dump Gibson Machinery, the area Doosan you are going to make it to the top.” Buzzo said that his trucks take on a trucks, available to do this type of ADT dealer with stores in Neville Island, Penn. (Pittsburgh), and full range of jobs from easy to difficult. work. “Working inside a power plant is “Normally one of these projects Oakwood Village, Ohio (Cleveland). very easy on the trucks,” he said. “You begins every other year, but due to the cannot drive more than 7 mph and you Doosan ADTs Pass the Test new EPA regulations, these efforts are “Due to the high cost of labor, the will always have a spotter with you. A high priority,” Buzzo said. “They usually last from one to two years. company that hires us for the power truck working inside will likely get However, we are often limited to six or plant work wanted me to look at a larg- about 15 loads a day. They won’t want seven months of work because of the er size of truck,” he said. “I had been to overload you because nothing is supusing 30- and 35-ton units, but they posed to spill. Outside is a different weather.” Stopping ability is, of course, one of suggested I look in the 40-ton range. I story. They want you moving all the the most important aspects of the work, knew nothing about Doosan before I time, carrying about 100 loads a day. which takes place on mountain terrain tested the MT41s on a fast-paced pro- The pace is fast.” When working in the mountains, often 1,000 to 1,500 ft. (304 to 457 m) duction job. The results were impressive — they had power, moved quick- Buzzo said his drivers have to have from top to bottom. “The excavation company is a pro- ly and didn’t break down. The compa- “their nerves in place and confidence in duction outfit, so my trucks are con- ny that we were working for gave the their equipment.” By adding Doosan ADTs to his fleet, he is confident that stantly moving in a circle,” Buzzo said. Doosan trucks a ‘thumbs up.’” Buzzo, who has been in trucking both concerns will be addressed. “They have 800- to 1,200-ton excavators that fill a truck with three or four since 1975, saw some features on the This article was reprinted with perbucket loads and you are quickly on Doosan units that were very appealing mission from DoMORE Magazine your way again, back down the moun- for the type of work he does. Winter 2012 issue.

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New State Ranking System Makes N.H. Schools Compete for Construction Aid By Norma Love ASSOCIATED PRESS

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) New Hampshire ends nearly six decades of providing school construction aid to all comers with a new law that uses a ranking system to determine which

projects get funding. The law wipes out a practice in place since 1955 that set no limits on who could get aid and replaces it with one where schools compete for limited aid dollars. The state is capping aid at $50 million annually, but only $6.2 million of that is available for new

projects the first year. The rest is earmarked to pay off the state’s roughly $540 million share of 360 existing projects. The rankings for the projects will be made by a six-member committee; then the state Board of Education must approve them.

Hope Perkins Takes on New Role as President, CEO of ABC’s Maine Chapter AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) The Maine chapter of a national association that represents constructionrelated firms has a new president. Hope Perkins has assumed the role of president and CEO of the Associated Builders and Contractors of Maine. Perkins has been with ABC

Maine for more than six years. She recently held the post of vice president of member services. She assumed her new role on Aug. 1. She said it had been “a dream” of hers. Perkins replaces James Cote, who becomes the association’s director of government affairs and public

policy. Perkins previously worked for contractor H.E. Sargent in Old Town. Associated Builders and Contractors has scores of chapters throughout the United States. Its members include firms in the industrial and commercial sectors of the construction industry.


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LiuGong Iron Helps Keep Accessibility, Endurance Project Flowing Smoothly Reclaim Firm’s Lost Niche SOUZA from page 60

While the company’s home offices are in Mashpee, its small fleet of trucks and equipment is located in East Falmouth, Mass.

For the more finite, compact work, they rely on their LiuGong 906C, 13,200 lb. (5,987 kg), 49 hp (36.5 kW) mini-excavator and its petite 6 ft. 3 in. by 19 ft. 4 in. (1.9 by 5.9 m) footprint. PIPELINE from page 52

the nearby equipment and material staging area by a LiuGong 842Z bar wheel loader equipped with a coupler and forks to complete the trench box installation. Once the trench is safely secured for work, crew members begin removing the existing pipe and prepping the trench for the two new sewer and storm water pipelines. After installing the new pipes, the stockpiled materials removed during the process of exposing the old pipe is reloaded into dump trucks using a LiuGong 842Z bar, 35,000 lb. (15,876 kg), 3.0 cu. yd. (2.3 cu m) wheel loader. Once loaded, the material is transported to the trench being completed to cover the new pipe and bring the base back up to street level ready for paving. “As one can imagine, working in and around the city can be fairly complex,” said Albanese. “We are working under stringent timeframes and can’t afford to get behind schedule. The demands of this job, really any job nowadays necessitate reliable equipment that can withstand the rigors of 10 hours days, while providing quick cycle times and versatility. All of the LiuGong equipment on this job has performed impeccably from day

one. We’ve had no downtime outside of scheduled maintenance intervals and have used both of the excavators and a number of LiuGong wheel loaders with various attachments to accomplish a variety of work on site.” Albanese D&S Inc. specializes in water, sewer, pipeline, communication and power line construction for publically bid projects in the states of Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Established in 1991, Albanese D&S is a family owned and operated business. LiuGong Construction Machinery has been producing construction equipment for more than 50 years and is growing throughout the world, producing more than 50,000 wheel loaders a year. LiuGong currently offers wheel loaders, excavators, mini-excavators, backhoe loaders, skid steer loaders and vibratory soil compactors to the North American Market. Beyond its substantial and ever-growing dealer network and product lines, LiuGong North America is a member of AED, AEM and NUCA. For more information, call 281/579-8882 or visit www.LiuGong.com.

Truly a Family Affair Over the past nine years, Souza has reclaimed a niche in the local market. And, from grandfather to grandson, husband to wife, it is truly a family Stone retaining wall stairs in Barnstable, Mass. operation. “Yes, our family business has grown. My never forgetting that it belongs to my client,” wife Stacey is the office manager, but will he said. “Job sites are always left neat and work on-site from time to time. Jason Jr. is orderly with roads swept and trash picked now 17 years old and he has spent the last up. All clients receive daily updates via couple summers going to work with Dad email, pictures and video walk through. Out and learning the trade,” said Souza. “Even of town clients especially appreciate this and our three-year-old, Wyatt, helps Dad wash we are happy to do this for them. Our smart the big trucks when Dad comes home, and phones come in handy for this.” Another asset is endurance, 24/7. This has helped us land jobs.” American Excavating employs several came in very handy during strenuous operafull-time workers and uses various local sub- tions like the noted New England Blizzard of contractors on jobs. Services have expanded 2005. “We worked for 155 straight hours, taking as well as family. “We now offer septic financing, which is only brief breaks for food and quick naps done through Barnstable County. We also during a state of emergency for the Town of have done some landscape construction jobs Barnstable. We did around-the-clock snow to keep the company busy in slow times,” removal with a crew of four guys,” said said Souza. “We also do start-to-finish site Souza. Safety is a top priority and focus on every development, which includes mulch installation, tree work, loam installation, seeding job site and Souza gives wife Stacey tremendous credit for her devoted partnership (even lawns, etc.” For a small company, Souza has taken on to the point of editing his answers in this some interesting projects, in and around the story). “I credit my wife for dealing with me durocean on challenging Cape Cod, including a 10-bedroom house in Oak Bluffs, Martha’s ing these uncertain times, constructing our Vineyard, on Anthier’s Way, a neighborhood Web site and for supporting me and working late nights to complete last- minute proposof multi-million dollar homes. “The house was 15,000-square feet,” said als,” said Souza. During those “uncertain times” that every Souza. “We spent the entire summer of 2009 in Oak Bluffs, or traveling back and forth on contracting company sustains, Souza said the Steamship Authority [ferry shuttle sys- the key to his smaller company is never refusing any job, no matter its size. tem] across the Bay.” “Before, our main focus was heavy conHis crew also finished a large boulder retaining in Barnstable Village on Millway, struction and primarily the excavation side of the business. Now, we don’t turn down across from the harbor. “We also did complete site work, includ- any job, as long as it is within our realm of ing beach renourishment, in New Seabury expertise. We don’t turn down a job because on Squaws Lane,” he added. “First, we per- it is too small,” he said. “I am a universal solformed the demolition of an older house, the dier. I oversee every aspect of every job and site work, septic installation, landscape con- am always available to answer client’s questions or concerns.” struction and driveway installation.” For more information, visit www.capecodtitle5septic.com Always Reachable (This story also can be found on Souza’s greatest asset, besides his hardConstruction Equipment Guide’s Web site at working wife, is his personal accessibility. “When you call me, you get me. I treat www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) every job like it is my own property, while CEG


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Efficiency Production Aids HPWED in Flooding Issues Everyone knows Texas is big. It’s famous for its size. When people think about the Lone Star State many think of wide stretches of arid land where cowboys rustled their cattle past cactus and tumbleweed. In parts of Texas, this description still holds true (except maybe the tumbleweed). What may be less glamourized, however, are the wet and rainy areas of Texas where running water lies just below the ground and can cause major damage to underground utilities and infrastructure. The city of Houston’s Public Works and Engineering Department (HPWED) recently faced the wrath of the water gods when they experienced excess inflows at the city treatment plant. Video inspections of several trunk lines in the area revealed a large crack in the junction box at the base of a manhole in a busy commercial area of west Houston. The heavy groundwater was making its way into the 42 in. (106.7 cm) diameter sanitary sewer line and filling up capacity at the treatment plant. The running water problem, exacerbated by the above average rainfall, was so bad that large sinkholes were developing at the site of the break. Houston’s PWED needed to fix the problem fast. But because of the location of the break, in a busy commercial area across from a shopping plaza, restaurants, and gas stations, the HPWED needed to fix the problem while keeping everyone — repair crews, motorists, and pedestrians — safe throughout the duration of the excavation project.

Con), based in Houston. The first challenge they addressed was selecting an appropriate shoring system for an excavation that would need to be very deep (31 ft. [9.4 m]), but cut in a very tight spot between the median of the north and south bound lanes of S. Dairy Ashford Road, just south of the intersection with Bissonnet Street. For assistance with developing an appropriate shoring plan, T-Con turned to the shoring specialists at Professional Shoring and Supply’s Houston branch. “There was so little room in that median, with access for an excavator and other equipment from just two sides,” said Steve Hanley, Professional Shoring and Supply’s Houston branch manager. “Because of the extremely deep grade, not to mention the water problem, traditional trench boxes were immediately ruled out as an option,” Hanley “There was so little room in that median, with access for an excavator and other equipment from just two sides,” said Steve Hanley, Professional Shoring and Supply’s Houston branch manager.-

Challenges Ahead for Houston Contractor Taking on this immensely challenging project was T Construction Company (TEfficiency’s innovative slide rail system came with integrated barrier posts and guard rails that are specifically designed to attach to the top of the slide rail panels.

said. “And there really wasn’t room to bring in equipment to vibrate or drive tight-sheeting either.”

After employing additional well points, T-Con forms and pours the new manhole shield foundation. They had just enough time to get it to cure before the ground water again began flowing into the excavation.

Solutions Found With Innovative Shoring System T-Con needed a non-traditional shoring solution, one that could reach the deep grade; could be installed with very little access; and be strong enough to withstand the pressures of the heavily saturated wet soil. Fortunately, Hanley had the perfect solution for T-Con; a slide rail shoring system from Efficiency Production. Efficiency’s Universal slide rail is a component shoring system comprised of steel panels (similar to trench shield sidewalls)

and vertical steel posts. The highly versatile system can be used in a variety of configurations. Efficiency’s slide rail system can be configured into small four-sided pits; an obstruction-free ClearSpa configuration; or in a Multi-Bay configuration to install large tanks and structures, or lengths of pipe more than 40 ft. (12.3 m). “We mobilized a two-bay, four-sided Multi-Bay configured slide rail system to shore an excavation with dimensions of 35 feet (10.7 m) long, 16 feet (4.9 m) wide, and 31 feet (9.4 m) deep,” explained Hanley. The bottom of the cracked junction box was 28 ft. (8.5 m) deep below the surface, and TCon needed to cut 3 ft. (.9 m) further down for a pour-in-place concrete foundation. Slide rail is installed by sliding the panels into integrated rails on the posts, and then pushing the panels and posts incrementally down to grade as the pit is dug; a process commonly referred to as a “dig and push” shoring system. Using a 200 ton (181.4 t) crane truck and a Komatsu PC400LC excavator, T-Con began their excavation by installing the first slide rail bay over the existing manhole. However, just 12 ft. (3.7 m) into their dig, the contractor encountered flowing sand and water that began pouring into the excavation. Water Problem Overcome With Ingenuity From Contractor and Equipment Supplier Well points had already been installed and see SHORING page 83


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ICON Offers ICON-O-Lite Modular Aluminum Trench Box ICON Equipment offers its ICONO-Lite modular aluminum trench box system to municipalities and utility contractors and as an alternative to heavy steel trench boxes. Designed by ICON, this system is ideal for trench shoring, utility and communications installations and repairs and other shallow trench work, according to the manufacturer. The ICON-O-Lite system is made from high-grade aluminum and comprised of modular panels, corners, vertical rails and spreaders. The components give corrosion-resistance and light weight to the system while the ICON design provides strength and durability. The ICON-O-Lite system is in compliance with O.S.H.A. and certified by a registered professional engineer to meet the highest quality and utmost strength with an ultra lightweight design. The lightweight modular nature of the design allows for quick and easy transportation of the system in a half ton pickup truck. The system can be assembled quickly in a 2, 3 or 4-sided configuration for various types of The ICON-O-Lite system is made from high-grade aluminum and comprised of modular panels, projects. A two-man crew can assem- corners, vertical rails and spreaders.

ble the ICON-O-Lite system by hand for rapid placement in the excavation by a small excavator or backhoe. The hollow double wall aluminum panels of the system eliminate accumulation of water, dirt and debris. The panels are available in a full range of standard sizes up to 14 ft. (4.2 m) in length with corner and vertical rails available in 4 and 6 ft. (1.2 and 1.8 m) heights. The tongue and groove panel design allows for quick and easy assembly as well as a secure fit keeping the panels in place. ICON offers a variety of spreader options to choose from including adjustable screw struts or jacks, adjustable telescopic steel spreaders or steel pipe spreaders. Gravity-fed hardened locking pins make it even easier to assemble into the desired size of box on site. The ICON-O-Lite aluminum modular trench box system is easy to transport and install saving time and money while providing trench safety on the job for the busy utility contractor. For more information, call 800/8365011 or visit www.iconjds.com.

Bomag Multi-Purpose Compactor Offers Smart Features Featuring imachine controls for enhanced performance and optimal safety, Bomag’s BMP8500 articulated multi-purpose compactor offers versatile operation for compaction of cohesive, semi-cohesive and non-cohesive soil types in applications such as trenches and foundations. The BMP8500 is powered by a 19.4-hp (14.5 kW), three-cylinder, water-cooled Kubota diesel engine that features ECOMODE, a system that automatically idles the engine to conserve fuel during inactivity. Using Bomag’s intelligent vibration control (IVC) to achieve consistent compaction results, the compactor has a dual exciter system and two selectable amplitudes that deliver output options of either 8,000 or 16,000 lbs. of centrifugal force, thereby allowing greater job versatility, according to the manufacturer. Rental centers or end users can quickly adjust the compactor’s working width from 24 to 33.5 in. (61 to 85 cm) with standard bolt-on drum extensions. The drum extensions are easily aligned and installed in 10 to 20 minutes, accommodating different trench dimensions while avoiding the hassle of replacing entire drum sets. Operation of the BMP8500 is simple, due to a dual function cable/radio remote

control. The compactor’s hydrostatic drive system offers two travel speed ranges and provides a high gradeability of 45-percent with vibration. Additionally, the all-drum drive provides enhanced traction, while a clear-sided design with no lateral overhang ensures full compaction against trench walls and obstacles. The BMP8500 is equipped with the Bomag operator safety system (BOSS), which increases worker safety by automatically stopping machine travel if the operator is in the safety zone. An integrated diagnostic system displays fault codes to make troubleshooting easy. Maintenance also is simplified by swing-out covers that fully open to 90 degrees, providing efficient access to the engine and internal systems. Additionally, the durable composite hoods are impact resistant to protect the engine and components. Other standard features include articulated steering, high-profile drums with a 1in. (2.5 cm) padfoot height, lockable hoods, hinged center lifting points for balanced lifts, hydrostatic service brakes and Using Bomag’s intelligent vibration control (IVC) to achieve consistent compaction a spring-applied, hydraulically released results, the compactor has a dual exciter system and two selectable amplitudes that parking brake. For more information, call 800/782deliver output options of either 8,000 or 16,000 lbs. of centrifugal force, thereby allowing greater job versatility. 6624 or visit www.bomag.com/us.


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Ditch Witch Introduces RT80 Quad Ride-On Trencher The Ditch Witch RT80 Quad is a heavy-duty ride-on heavy-duty H810 centerline trencher is capable of trenching steering, which helps improve maneuverability on tight job trencher and vibratory plow designed to provide the power, up to 24 in. (61 cm) wide. The RT80 Quad’s backfill blade sites, and cruise control, which enables the operator to maindurability, stability and traction contractors need for both arm helps provide maximum lift and features the same tain optimal digging performance regardless of ground conheavy-duty design as the Ditch Witch RT115 Quad, for ditions. short and long utility installations. For more information, call 800/654-6481 or visit The RT80 Quad is completely designed and manufac- strength and durability. Other standard features of the RT80 Quad include rear www.ditchwitch.com. tured by The Charles Machine Works (CMW) to provide traction and performance on rough and uneven terrain. With its power and compact footprint, the RT80 Quad can handle any type of utility installation, short or long drops, on either tight or wideopen job sites, according to the manufacturer. The 83-hp (62 kW) RT80 Quad features a threespeed, shift-on-the-fly ground drive that provides the power necessary to tackle any job site with the machine’s vibratory plow, traversing trencher, saw or backhoe attachments. Equipped with a heavy-duty undercarriage and components, the RT80 Quad is ideal for installing utilities in some of the toughest job site conditions. Its axle capacity offers static load rating of 39,000 lb. (17,690 kg) and a 30,742 lb. (13,944 kg) of breakout. The machine’s track frames pivot about the centerline of the axle, a design that provides enhanced machine stability especially in muddy conditions or when applying very high torque to pull through hard ground. And the chevron-pattern design of the RT80 Quad’s track system helps reduce mud buildup, resulting in improved traction in wet conditions and on slopes, according to the manufacturer. The heavy-duty nature of RT80 Quad extends to The Ditch Witch RT80 Quad is a heavy-duty ride-on trencher and vibratory plow for both short and long utility its attachments and other working parts. The installations.

The 83-hp (62 kW) RT80 Quad features a three-speed, shift-on-the-fly ground drive that provides the power necessary to tackle any job site with the machine’s vibratory plow, traversing trencher, saw or backhoe attachments.


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ICON Slide Rail Systems Offer Versatility for Contractors ICON slide rail systems give contractors versatility and options to help them shore everything from simple pits to elaborate excavations with utility problems, overhead clearance projects or difficult soil conditions. ICON is known as the original pioneer of this type of shoring system in the United States. The company’s slide rail shoring systems are made of high-yield, Grade 50 steel and are comprised of lineal panels, rails or posts and bracing. This allows contractors to install three or four sided pits and two sided trenches in a variety of excavations and soil conditions. Contractors can choose slide rails in single-, double- or triple-rail designs with either roller rail frames (struts) or fixed-position braces. Slide rail systems are used for the excavations of sewer lines, water mains, tunnel-access pits or shafts, tank installations, pump or lift stations, wet wells, manholes, junction boxes and many other uses.

ICON’s slide rail system is installed at the same time as a trench or pit is excavated. Installation of the slide rail system starts by excavating the trench to 4 ft. (1.2 m) deep. Next, workers install rails and plates to help square up the system. They continue to dig on the inside of the system to remove the excavated soil as needed. More panels and rails are then incrementally added using the “dig and push” method until the workers reach the required subgrade. “The dig-and-push installation method eliminates the need for vibratory hammers and can boost production by more than 50 percent,” said David Crandall, vice president of ICON. “And best of all in these tough times, labor costs will go down by 30 or 40 percent compared to conventional sheeting. “When it comes time to tight sheet a pit or trench on a deep excavation and you’re in a heavily congested area, slide rail systems make the perfect solution.

ICON’s slide rail shoring systems are made of high-yield, Grade 50 steel and are comprised of lineal panels, rails or posts and bracing.

Installation of the system is accomplished without a vibratory hammer which causes significantly less damage to nearby utilities or buildings. Using a slide rail system instead of wood or driven steel

Pro-Tec Equipment’s Pro-Brace Power System Now Available Pro-Tec Equipment is now offering a hydraulic sheeting and bracing system called The Pro-Brace power system. This hydraulic brace system is ideal for large cast-in-place projects, such as bridge footing and pump stations, along with large tank installations, soil remediations, boring and receiving projects, according to the manufacturer. The Pro-Brace power system is designed to be used with a number of different steel sheeting types, allowing contractors the ability to use existing sheet pile stock while dramatically decreasing the installation time when compared to traditional

sheets and frame projects. The Pro-Brace power system can be used on jobs ranging up to 35 ft. wide by 35 ft. (10.6 by 10.6 m) long. For more information, call 800/2921225 or visit www.pro-tecequipment.com.

sheeting also gives you more internal working room from wall to wall without the need for inside waler beams.” Other installation benefits of ICON slide rail system include but

are not limited to sheeting and shoring around existing or adjacent utilities. Larger structures or pipes that require an unobstructed pit or access bay for a trench can be easily accomplished by allowing the contractor to remove all cross bracing with a technique called rebracing of the system. For large and extremely deep jobs in excess of 30 ft. (9 m) in C60 soils conditions, contractors can make use of the triple slide rail systems. Environmental remediation projects can be often solved with ICON’s four-way rail system, which allows the contractor to install down the back side of the rail and continue excavating and shoring in all directions without removing the entire system to reinstall, according to the manufacturer. For more information about ICON Equipment, ICON Tunnel Systems and their products, call 800/836-5011 or visit www.iconjds.com or www.icontunnelsystems.com.


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were operational, with the objective to bring the water level down to below where T-Con had to perform its work of replacing the cracked manhole. Unfortunately, the well points were overwhelmed by the amount of water in the dirt, and the excavation had to be paused so additional well points could be installed by a subcontractor. Results were mixed. “The area was not dry,” said Hanley, “but the Efficiency slide rail system held up perfectly. It did not bend or strain under the additional loads of the water pressure, and the contractor was able to reach grade.” T-Con Project Manager, Yonin Villares, said, “Our company normally preforms smaller projects for the city and we had no experience with installing slide rail this deep,” he said. “Having the Efficiency Installer on site to guide our crew at the beginning of the project was instrumental in getting [the slide rail] started down correctly under adverse condition. [Efficiency Production’s Special Operations Shoring Division Specialist] Tim Hurst was there for the first two days and then Professional Shoring’s local installer, Mark Taylor, stayed with us through the rest of the process.” The HPWED inspectors were similarly

impressed with the slide rail system, said Sam Valdez, city inspector. “I have seen other slide rail systems that would have bowed in under these conditions, but the Efficiency system has not yielded at all or stuck in any position.” Once down to depth, a third layer of well points were installed inside the shoring system to remove ground water close to the work area. T-Con formed and poured their foundation and had enough time to get it to cure before the ground water again began flowing into the excavation. Construction of the new manhole and sealing of the lines proceeded normally from there on, but with one change of plans. One More Challenge Presented, One More Problem Solved “The original plan was to expose the cracked junction box as well as 20 feet (6.1 m) of the 42 inches (106.7 cm) concrete line feeding into it,” said Hanley. “Because of the extraordinary ground water issue, the repair was completed on the manhole only, and the other section of pipe was left as it was. This really wasn’t as big a deal for the contractor as it was for us, because we had designed the slide rail system for the extra area; a two-bay system which turned out to be only a one-

bay system.” This problem, however, was easily overcome due to the flexibility of Efficiency’s slide rail system. Instead of pulling out the linear posts and parallel beams in order for corner posts to be installed; T-Con instead pushed slide rail panels — which were already onsite — down against the linear posts and parallel beams. Some stab sheeting was also needed near the bottom of the pit, but the result was a safely shored excavation that did not require removing any components of the shoring system, or needing to bring in different equipment which could have delayed the project. “The slide rail was awesome,” said Villares. “Without the system, we wouldn’t have been able to get down [to grade] as clean and as quick as we did.” Fall Protection Accounted for With Integrated Barrier Posts and Guard Rail With an excavation this deep, fall protection also was a primary concern. There again, Efficiency’s innovative slide rail system came with an integrated solution in the form of barrier posts and guard rails that are

specifically designed to attach to the top of the slide rail panels, creating an easy, OSHA-compliant fall protection system. The $360,000 utility repair project was started and completed in September 2012. T-Construction Company was founded four years ago by Juan Ramon Torres. A Minority Business Enterprise, T-Con specializes in all underground utilities including sewer, water, and storm sewer. Their excavation capabilities include open cut, pipe bursting, directional drilling, and now slide rail. With offices in Houston, Texas, and Orlando, Tampa, and Jacksonville Fla., Professional Shoring and Supply is an official Efficiency Production, Inc., trench shielding and shoring equipment distributor. Efficiency Production, “America’s Trench Box Builder,” provides the widest selection of standard and custom trench shielding and shoring systems. Efficiency’s versatile products are designed specifically for safe and cost effective installation of utility systems and infrastructure improvements. All products are P.E. certified to meet OSHA standards. For more information, call, 713/671-2551 or visit www.professionalshoring.com.


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A center joint provides +/-38 degrees of articulation and +/-17 degrees of drum oscillation for stable, flexible machine performance and greater operator comfort over rough terrain.

When it comes to demanding compacting jobs, the new SD75 soil compactor from Volvo Construction Equipment is loaded with features that enable it to take on a wide range of applications. The highly maneuverable, mid-sized compactor is suited for small to medium sized jobs and even performs well inside structures. New features improve the SD75 compacting capability — boosting efficiency and productivity while lowering cost of operation, according to the manufacturer. Built for optimum compacting performance, the SD75 provides greater material density in fewer passes. High centrifugal forces, high frequency and drum weight all combine to produce the energy necessary for enhanced compaction and high machine productivity. Dynamic drum forces can be adapted to suit a wide range of terrain or depth of material. High or low amplitudes are selectable from the operator control panel. Additionally, two drum frequencies can be chosen with a console switch to compensate for changing soil types and conditions and an optional 5-frequency feature further boosts the machine’s versatility and performance. A center joint provides +/-38 degrees of articulation and +/-17 degrees of drum oscillation for stable, flexible machine performance and greater operator comfort over rough terrain. Because the 66-in. (167 cm) wide drum remains in constant contact with the ground surface, compaction is both smooth and uniform. Able to negotiate slopes of up to 33 percent, the SD75 drum frame design offers better, more effective gradeability. The possibility of digging into the surface or damaging the machine is eliminated, as an angled frame allows better clearance in the approach to steep slopes and while loading, according to the manufacturer. The SD75 is a steady and stable work platform with a heavily constructed axle that is integrated in the drive train for an efficient rear-wheel drive system.

Traction is increased with the No-Spin differential axle, which prevents tire slippage and improves gradeability, performance and productivity. The optional UltraGrade traction system also improves gradeability when operating on slippery surfaces and steep inclines. More Productive, With More Care for the Environment One highlight of the new SD75 is its powerful 4-cylinder Volvo engine (99.2 hp [73.9 kW]) which combines Tier IVi and EPA certification with the performance, dependability and fuel efficiency for which Volvo is known. A diesel particulate filter (DPF) burns off and eliminates material build-up — further reducing emissions. A hydraulically operated engine cooling fan runs only when needed, reducing fuel consumption and noise levels. Volvo long life coolants protect the machine for up to 6,000 hours, resulting in lowered operating costs and more uptime. For added peace of mind, the engine is backed by Volvo dealer service and parts support, as well as a 1,000-hour warranty. Safety First — and Last In line with the Volvo commitment to safety, the emergency stop system can be easily activated by the operator, shutting down the engine, applying the brakes and stopping the machine’s movement. Further promoting safe operating conditions, a switch located in the seat will shut the machine down and apply the brakes if the operator rises from the seat for more than five seconds during operation. Care for the environment also is ingrained in the design of the new SD75. Even simple things are important — for example a new hydraulic oil fill and Volvo standard sight glass are now included as standard, minimizing the possibility of oil spills and overfilling. For more information, call 717/5329181 or visit www.volvo.com.


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InPave System Helps Improve Pothole Patching Evaluation Bergkamp Inc., based in Salina, Kan., offers the new InPave System as an option on its flameless pothole patcher to help government agencies and contractors better monitor and manage pothole patching performance. Multiple data reporting sensors are strategically placed throughout the patcher that monitor production, performance and locations of the pothole patcher and crew. As potholes are repaired, the data is automatically gathered by the InPave System and transmitted back to the office. Data includes quantity of potholes repaired; location, time and material used for each repair; and material levels and temperatures. Retrieved from any computer with reliable internet access, the data can then be turned into easy-to-read reports that assist managers and owners in evaluating current and historic production to verify patching performance and material usage, troubleshoot pothole problems and help reduce inefficiencies. By analyzing this data, agencies and contractors also can modify their pavement management plans to maximize road quality and budget use. There is no software to download, and the InPave System data can be downloaded into multiple file types for uploading into pavement management systems.

An in-cab, 7-in. color touch screen mobile data terminal allows the operator to quickly enter the quantity of material loaded when filling at the asphalt plant for recording purposes. Otherwise, the InPave System does not change the overall process for the pothole patcher operator.

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GOMACO University Announces 2013 Class Schedule GOMACO University is warning contractors that if they’re not training for tomorrow, it may cost them today, as the new 2013 class schedule is announced. GOMACO University, in Ida Grove, Iowa, is building on the success of its 3D stringless classes, which were taught for the first time in 2012. This year’s schedule includes general 3D stringless classes, as well as more advanced instruction on 3D components and software. The 3D stringless course offerings will include separate classes on both Leica Geosystems 3D and Topcon mmGPS setup, operation, maintenance and troubleshooting. Another stringless class focuses on the Leica Viva software, its operation, and its data transferring components. The 3D classes offered during the 2012 University filled up fast and gathered high praise from the students. The 2013 season will build on that success while offering even more learning opportunities for students. The classes will be taught by GOMACO’s 3D paving specialists and include both classroom time and actual hands-on experience in the shop with GOMACO pavers and 3D stringless control equipment and software. The 2013 school year also includes sessions on specific pieces of GOMACO equipment. The three-day or four-day class covers everything from machine setup to troubleshooting in both classroom lectures and actual hands-on shop time. Classes begin in January and run through March 2013. GOMACO University combines classroom learning with hands-on machine experience. In the university’s shop For more information, visit www.gomaco.com/university. area, students work out problems on one of the university’s trainers, GUS II.


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Introducing 12 tons of stress relief

BOMAG introduces the new standard for affordable, user-friendly 12-ton soil compactors. The new BW211-40 series is loaded with ergonomic features to reduce operator fatigue. Plus it delivers over 53,000 lbs. of centrifugal force (nearly 62,000 lbs. for pad foot roller) over its massive 84-in working width. Other benefits include: •Redesigned, vibration-isolated operator’s platform with easy to use controls and improved sight lines •Shorter stop to stop steering input for less fatigue, 12-degree oscillation and 35-degree steering angle for optimum maneuverability •Easy open, no tool hood for better engine access •EPA-compliant Tier 3 diesel engines For detailed specs and full list of features and benefits on BOMAG 40-series rollers, visit

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Each drill is equipped with a 160-gross-hp (119 kW), Tier IVi engine.

New Ditch Witch Directional Drills Inspired by Customer Feedback The Charles Machine Works (CMW) Inc., manufacturer of Ditch Witch underground construction equipment, released two new directional drills: the Ditch Witch JT30 Mach 1 and JT30 All Terrain. Both drills incorporate extensive customer feedback from years of experience in all types of job conditions. The end result: drills with greater power to all drill functions, more stability, simplicity of operation and greater overall efficiency, according to the manufacturer. Each drill is equipped with a 160-gross-hp (119 kW), Tier IVi engine. With full power available to all machine functions, the JT30 Mach 1 and JT30 All Terrain are able to operate with greater efficiency. These drills are equipped with numerous features exclusive to the Ditch Witch organization. One such feature is “assisted makeup and breakout,” which means that the machines automatically adjust the carriage thrust speed when making up and breaking out The JT30 Mach 1 and JT30 all terrain are exceptionally quiet drill pipe. This saves wear on pipe threads and helps with a maximum 85-dBA operator sound pressure, so they can operate in urban areas with minimal disruption and reduce operator fatigue. Other features include intuitive carve mode, which environmental impact. enables the operator to steer more easily with the TriHawk drill bit; a double-pivot drill frame, which allows (203 cm) wide without the optional enclosed, climate-consteep entry angles without raising the tracks off the ground; trolled cab, so they can do big jobs in tighter spaces. The JT30 Mach 1 and JT30 all terrain are designed to proand a heavy-duty anchor system that enables the operator to push or pull with full machine thrust and maintain stability, vide visibility of the job site and machine functions from the operator’s station, which features advanced electronics and resulting in a more productive and efficient bore. The JT30 All Terrain features Ditch Witch all terrain tech- diagnostic capabilities. The machines’ open-top vise wrenchnology with an advanced inner-rod design, enabling the es are angled toward the drill operator for an enhanced view machine to drill in the widest range of ground conditions, of the tool joint when making up and breaking out pipe. For easy maintenance and servicing, the machines are from mixed hard soil to solid rock, according to the manudesigned with hinges on the main and rear hoods to allow facturer. For all of their horsepower, the JT30 Mach 1 and JT30 all easy access to all service points in the engine and mud pump. terrain are exceptionally quiet with a maximum 85-dBA The rear mud pump cover enables the machines to operate in operator sound pressure, so they can operate in urban areas colder conditions. For more information, call 800/654-6481 or visit with minimal disruption and environmental impact. And they are relatively slim by industry standards — just 80 in. www.ditchwitch.com.

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Case 570N XT Offers Enhanced Fuel Economy, Productivity Case Construction Equipment has launched the 570N XT loader/tool carrier, offering enhanced fuel economy and productivity, along with superior breakout force and reach, according to the manufacturer. The Case 570N XT loader/tool carrier achieves Tier IV Interim certification through the use of cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) technology and a diesel particulate filter. The machine features a Case turbocharged engine rated at 78 net hp (58 kW) that delivers a minimum five-percent increase in fuel efficiency and faster response times than previous models, while meeting current emission standards. “The Case 570N XT combines proven emission-control technology with a slightly smaller, more efficient engine to achieve better fuel economy. It delivers Tier IV Interim certification, without sacrificing power or productivity,” said Katie Pullen, Case brand marketing manager. “The new model also offers important enhancements to the operator environment and delivers on the well-earned Case reputation for ease of serviceability.” The Case 570N XT boosts productivity and efficiency by retaining more material during the dump cycle. To help reduce material spillage during roading, Case offers the 570N XT with optional ride control. The three-point hitch with variable-flow hydraulics delivers greater precision and lift capacities. An optional hydraulic power takeoff and dual tilt on the box blade provide more versatility and ditching capabilities. The Case 570N XT loader/tool carrier offers the same powertrain components that are standard on the Case brand’s N Series loader/backhoes, including the engine, axles, four-speed transmission and powerassist brakes. Four-wheel drive is a standard feature on the 570N XT. “With power-assist brakes, the operator doesn’t need to apply full force to stop the machine,” said Pullen. “This not only extends the brake life, it also reduces operator fatigue.” Designed to perform a variety of applications for landscaping, construction and utility contractors, as well as agricultural applications, the Case 570N XT has an operating weight of 12,898 lb. (5,851 kg), bucket breakout force of 9,271 lb. (41,239 N) and hinge pin height of 11 ft. 3 in. (3.41 m). The machine’s front loader features an optional hydraulic quick coupler to easily connect and disengage buckets and other attachments. Design Maximizes Operator Control, Comfort, Visibility The Case 570N XT puts full control at the operator’s fingertips with an integrated

The Case 570N XT loader/tool carrier features a Case turbocharged engine rated at 78 net hp (58 kW) that delivers a minimum five-percent increase in fuel efficiency and faster response times than previous models, while achieving Tier IV Interim certification through the use of cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) technology.

The operator seat on the Case 570N XT loader/tool carrier swivels 15 or 30 degrees to the side to reduce fatigue while operating a box scraper or other rear attachments. Specially designed rear fenders provide maximum visibility to rear attachments.

loader control panel. A low-profile canopy option assures operators of visibility from the seat. The optional, air-conditioned cab with floor-to-ceiling glass enhances both comfort and visibility for the operator. The operator seat swivels 15 or 30 degrees to the side to reduce fatigue during three-point hitch operation. Specially

designed rear fenders on the 570N XT provide maximum visibility to rear attachments, according to the manufacturer. Easy Serviceability Speeds Daily Maintenance The Case 570N XT simplifies daily maintenance to maximize uptime. No-tool

forward-tilting hood, vertical spin-on filters and grouped, ground-level service checks streamline engine access and routine maintenance. Service technicians can maintain axles and brakes easily without complete disassembly. For more information, visit www.casece.com.


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Customer Input Drives Deere’s Design of Its New 655K The 655K features a John Deere PowerTech 6.8-L IT4/Stage IIIB diesel engine. The new model boasts a net horsepower of 145 hp (108 kW) at 1,800 rpm.

The new 655K crawler loader from John Deere was designed and built using significant customer input, to provide contractors a machine that helps increase productivity and uptime and lower daily operating costs. The latest addition to the K-Series line builds on the 755K crawler loader. Both of these models are assembled in Dubuque, Iowa. “On today’s job site, crawler loaders continue to be the most versatile tool for moving materials, digging, backfilling, and loading trucks. The 655K provides the right balance of horsepower, bucket capacity and breakout force for maximum productivity while lowering contractor input costs per yards of material moved,” said Jon Gilbeck, global product marketing manager of crawler loaders, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “Although operational uptime was the number one project initiative for the new 655K, productivity-enhancing features such as automated loader functions and the ultimate in cab comfort were not overlooked.” The 655K features a John Deere PowerTech 6.8-L IT4/Stage IIIB diesel engine that delivers a productive combination of power and torque. The new model boasts a net horsepower of 145 hp (108 kW) at 1,800 rpm. A key feature of the 655K is the hydrostatic transmission, a feature John Deere first pioneered in crawler dozers in North America in 1976. These transmissions provide customers infinite speed control, power management, live

power turns, counter rotation while staying in gear, and dynamic braking, according to the manufacturer. Designed with customer input, the transmission controls allow operators to pick between the V-pattern or joystick transmission control option to get work done. In addition, total machine control allows customized machine response that can be tailored to meet the needs of individual operators. Customers can choose between two-bucket options: a general-purpose bucket or a 4-in-1 multipurpose bucket with lifetime lubricated bucket pivot pins to increase uptime by eliminating periodic service. In addition, a rear ripper design helps turn materials on the job site. John Deere’s Quad-Cool system isolates coolers from engine heat for increased efficiency and durability. A standard hydraulic-driven variable-speed suction fan runs only as needed, reducing noise, fuel consumption and cooling component wear. “Ground-level maintenance access and the Quad-Cool system provide ease of service that is imperative for operators in the field,” said Gilbeck. “If the crawler loader is easier to service on a daily basis, that makes it more likely that service will get done, ultimately extending the life of the equipment and increasing productivity for our customers.” Inside the cab, operators will find increased comfort due

to quieter operation, larger access doors and a standard air suspension seat. A viscous cab mounting reduces noise from vibration while double-laminated rear window glass and complete interior sound-dampening treatment significantly reduce noise levels. The 655K also features a sealed switch model (SSM) with keyless start and the ability to enable features such as turbocharger cool-down and auto shutdown. A touchpad security system requires a numeric pass code to prevent unauthorized operation. Onboard diagnostics include a standard display monitor that provides real time values for every temperature, pressure and speed sensor on the machine. The crawler loader constantly monitors transmission temperature to avoid damage to the hydrostat system. If the transmission temperature is too cold or too hot, the associated light on the monitor will illuminate. Fleet managers, owners or operators looking to get the most out of their 655K can rely on the standard JDLink Ultimate system that continuously collects and transmits machine data for machine management via mobile phone technology. The system provides 24/7 online access to the machine’s location, health, utilization, fuel consumption and other information to help contractors better understand costs and job site performance. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com.


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Komatsu’s D155AX-7 Increases Productivity, Fuel Efficiency Komatsu America Corp.’s D155AX-7 crawler dozer is powered by an EPA Tier IV Interim and EU Stage 3B emission certified Komatsu engine. The powerful SAA6D140E engine is rated at 354 net hp (264 kW). The highly efficient automatic transmission is matched with the new engine to achieve productivity and maintains the same fuel economy as the model it replaces. Komatsu’s new crawler dozer has an operating weight of 87,100 lbs. (39,508 kg). In addition, the D155AX-7 builds on the Sigmadozer blade that was introduced in 2006, but now incorporates a new auto blade pitch function. The new dozer is equipped with the latest Komtrax technology, which sends machine operating information to a secure Web site utilizing wireless technology. Hour meter, location, cautions and maintenance alerts — to name a few of its features — are relayed to the web application for analysis. The Komtrax fleet monitoring system increases machine availability, reduces the risk of machine theft, allows for remote diagnosis by the distributor, and provides a wealth of other information to drive business efficiency and productivity. Special features of the new crawler dozer include: • EPA Tier IV Interim and EU Stage 3B Emission Certified Engine Built upon Tier III technology, the SAA6D140E engine provides high horsepower while maintaining the same low fuel consumption as the D155AX-6. The Komatsu Tier IV Interim engine platform uses an advanced electronic control system to manage air flow rate, fuel injection, combustion parameters, and after treatment functions to optimize performance, reduce emissions, and provide advanced diagnostic capability. The D155AX-7 incorporates a much larger cooling package with dramatically improved airflow to keep the new Tier IV Interim engine running cool in harsh working conditions. Komatsu also has developed a hydraulically actuated Komatsu variable geometry turbocharger (KVGT) and an exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve, resulting in better precision and air management as well as longer component life. The Komatsu diesel particulate filter (KDPF) has an integrated design that will not interfere with daily operation but will keep the operator aware of its status, according to the manufacturer. • Sigmadozer blade for productivity The D155AX-7 is equipped with a Sigmadozer blade, which gives the machine a high blade capacity of 12.3 cu. yds. (9.4 cu m). Based on a new excavation theory, Sigmadozer improves dozing performance and increases productivity over a conventional semi-U blade. The blade features a frontal design concept adopted for digging and rolling material at the center of the blade. The new blade increases soil holding capacity. Digging resistance is reduced for a smoother flow of material so larger amounts of soil can be dozed with less power.

• Automatic transmission improves fuel economy The D155AX-7 has an automatic gearshift transmission and lock-up torque converter that reduces fuel consumption and offers enhanced power train efficiency. The lockup mechanics of the torque converter automatically transfers engine power directly to the transmission, decreasing fuel consumption by 10 percent. Because of the efficiency of the electronically controlled engine and transmission, fuel consumption is decreased while machine power is maintained. Two gearshift modes — automatic and manual — can be easily selected to fit the appropriate application: automatic for general dozing and manual for dozing and ripping rough ground. For maximum operating efficiency, the automatic gearshift transmission shifts to the optimal gear range based on the working conditions and load placed. • Ergonomic joystick controls for ease of operation and comfort Komatsu’s ergonomically designed palm command control system (PCCS) gives operators maximum control, offering a relaxed posture and superb fine control to eliminate operator fatigue. Thumb push buttons simplify transmission gear shifting. The electronic blade and new ripper control joystick offer excellent machine control. The ripper now incorporates a new auto-return function to increase operator efficiency when ripping. Engine speed is controlled using an easy-to-operate electronic throttle control dial, which eliminates maintenance of linkage and joints, according to the manufacturer.

• Electronic control powertrain for smooth operation The D155AX-7 uses an electronic control power train system that improves operation and productivity. Powerful turns under various work conditions are achieved with the hydrostatic steering system (HSS), which is driven by an independent hydraulic pump and motor to transmit power to both tracks without interruption. Counter-rotation is available for minimum turning radius, providing maneuverability. When operating in adverse conditions such as uneven ground, a K-bogie undercarriage system keeps the correct alignment between the rollers and links for a smoother ride as well as longer component life. • New cab design The new crawler dozer’s comfortable working environment allows the operator to concentrate on the work at hand for increased productivity. A new standard air ride seat with heat has a 15 percent higher capacity. The large cab is integrated with ROPS (roll-over protection) for added side visibility. The dozer’s cab mounts reduce shocks and vibration even over adverse conditions and the interior cab decibel is a very low 75 dB for the quietest working environment. A new, high-resolution large color 7 in. LCD monitor in the cab displays all machine information. This new generation smart monitor displays the information in 25 different languages providing exceptional global support. A rear view monitoring system is standard on the new model. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.

Komatsu’s D155AX-7 crawler dozer is powered by an EPA Tier IV Interim and EU Stage 3B emission certified Komatsu engine.


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BE PREPARED: WHEN YOU PUT THIS KUBOTA TO WORK, EVERYONE WILL WANT A TURN. The New Kubota L39 Tractor/Loader/Backhoe Auto-leveling valve keeps bucket or pallet forks level Glide Shift Transmission 39 HP Kubota diesel engine IntelliPanel™ digital information center Side position display for better visibility and faster, safer operation Slanted hood for better visibility Side mounted loader control with arm rest Quick-attach backhoe exposes independent PTO

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Terex Forestry CTLs Provide Powerful Performance Featuring electronic, 4-cylinder, turbo-powered Perkins Tier IVi diesel engines, the new Terex PT-110G compact track loaders boast 332 ft.-lb. of peak torque at 1,400 rpm, 45 gpm (170 Lpm) of hydraulic flow and a two-speed transmission that allows travel speeds up to 10 mph (16 Kmh).

Terex has introduced the first in its new line of Tier IVinterim compliant compact construction equipment with the PT-110G and PT-110G Forestry compact track loaders. Featuring electronic, 4-cyclinder, turbo-powered Perkins Tier IVi diesel engines, the new Terex PT-110G compact track loaders boast 332 ft.-lb. of peak torque at 1,400 rpm, 45 gpm (170 Lpm) of hydraulic flow and a two-speed transmission that allows travel speeds up to 10 mph (16 Kmh), helping these production loaders achieve peak performance. Providing the power and productivity to get the job done, the 110-hp (82 kW) PT-110G loader has an operating weight of 11,100 lb. (5,035 kg), a tipping load of 7,600 lb. (3,447 kg) — with a 3,800 lb. (1,724 kg) operating capacity at 50 percent tipping load capacity — and a lift height of 125 in. (317 cm). The 111-hp (82.7 kW) PT-110G Forestry loader has an operating weight of 12,100 lb. (5,488 kg), a tipping load of 8,600 lb. (3,901 kg) — with a 4,300 lb. (1,950 kg) operating capacity at 50 percent tipping load capacity — and a lift height of 125 in. These loaders boast powerful productivity with a loadsensing, low-flow auxiliary hydraulics from 0 to 20 gal./min. (0 to 75.7 Lpm), high-flow auxiliary hydraulic capability of 45 gal/min (170 Lpm) at 3,800 psi and 98.7 hydraulic hp. The PT-110G Forestry model meets British Columbia log-

ging standards BC WCB G608. “The new Terex PT-110G compact track loaders offer operators higher peak engine torque, the highest hydraulic flow and top travel speeds in the large-frame size class,” said Jamie Wright, product manager, Terex Construction. “Ideal for general construction, utility, landscape and vegetation management work, the PT-110G loaders are designed with the same features that have made Terex compact track loaders among the best-selling models in the industry. A few new features include a diesel particulate filter and after-cooled Tier IVi-compliant engine for improved performance, a hydraulic fan cooling system for efficient cooling and more production, as well as an open design for ease of access to all critical components to enhance serviceability.” For better cooling capabilities at lower engine speeds and better attachment recovery, the cooling system on the Terex PT-110G models is designed with a tilt-out radiator, largecapacity heat exchanger and a hydraulic reversing fan that only draws 10 hp (7.4kW) from the engine, gaining more power for operation of the attachment and loader drive system. The quiet-operating, 230 to 2,600 rpm variable speed fan can push 11,000 to 14,000 cfm of air and allows operators to trigger it at set intervals to keep the cooling system running at peak performance in the most demanding applications.

Boasting a narrow 6-ft. (1.8 m) profile, 14.8-in. (37.5 cm) ground clearance and 4.3-psi ground pressure, the Terex PT110G compact track loaders are designed to work well in limited access areas, as well as on soft or sensitive surfaces, with minimal damage or impact. These units are engineered with the Terex Posi-Track undercarriage technology and multi-level suspension and are engineered with 48 contact points on the ground for excellent traction and high flotation in all ground conditions, according to the manufacturer. The new PT-110G and PT-110G Foresty loaders are designed with front-mounted quick-connect hydraulic fittings and an electronic connector for control of attachments, allowing them to use industry-standard attachments. These models also are equipped with electronic-over-hydraulic, pilot-operated joystick controls and a comfortable operator station for easy operation. A selectable pattern changer from ISO to “H” pattern comes standard on the PT-110G loaders. On models equipped with heat or AC, a pressurized and sealed enclosed cab comes standard. For serviceability, the PT-110G models feature a 30 degree tilt-back cooler and ROPS for easy access to the hydraulic system, as well as rear-door, hood and side panel access to the engine compartment. For more information, visit www.terexconstruction.com.


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sides are holding out hope that, freed from the political constraints of re-election, the president will side with them on this and countless related issues down the road. “The broader climate movement is absolutely looking at this administration’s Keystone XL decision as a really significant decision to signal that dirty fuels are not acceptable in the U.S.,” Danielle Droitsch, a senior attorney with the Natural Resources Defense Council, said. Once content with delays that have so far kept the pipeline from moving forward at full speed, opponents of Keystone XL have launched protests in recent weeks at the White House and in Texas urging Obama to nix the project outright. Meanwhile, support for the pipeline appears to be picking up steam on Capitol Hill. But Obama has shown little urgency about the pipeline, which would carry crude oil about 1,700 mi. (2,735 km) from western Canada to Texas Gulf Coast refineries. The pipeline requires State Department approval because it crosses an international boundary. The pipeline became an issue in the campaign, and Obama put it on hold while a plan was worked out to avoid routing it through Nebraska’s environmentally sensitive Sandhills region. TransCanada, the company applying to build it, revised the route, but

that caused the lengthy environmental review process to start over. In the meantime, the company split the project into two parts, starting construction in August on a southern segment between Oklahoma and Texas even as it waits for approval for the northern segment that crosses the Canadian border. Although the lower leg didn’t require Obama’s sign-off, he gave it his blessing in March anyway, irking environmental activists who see the pipeline as a slap to efforts to reduce oil consumption and fend off climate change. “At a time when we are desperately trying to bend the emissions curve downwards, it is wrong to open up a new source of energy that is more carbon intensive and makes the problem worse,” wrote former Vice President Al Gore, now a climate activist, in an email. Still, in an otherwise highly polarized political climate, access to affordable energy has become a rare issue with bipartisan appeal. “It’s just a no-brainer,” Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu said to The Associated Press. “Canada is going to export this oil. It’s either going to come to the U.S. or it’s going to go to Russia or China. Even Democrats that aren’t really excited about oil and gas development generally can figure that out.”

Many Democrats from states whose economies depend on oil, like Landrieu, support the pipeline. So do some trade unions, whose workers stand to gain thousands of new construction jobs. And while environmentalists make up an important part of their base, Democratic lawmakers are under intense pressure to create jobs and reduce American reliance on Mideast oil. There’s less variation among Republicans, who by and large support the project. But in Texas, a deep red state that normally embraces the oil industry, the project has drawn intense opposition from landowners who argue their property along the pipeline’s route is being unfairly condemned. Their complaints, along with those from Texans who oppose an influx of foreign oil from Canadian tar sands, have fostered an unlikely alliance with local environmentalists, who have taken to chaining themselves to machinery and trucks in an attempt to stall construction. The messy politics may demonstrate why Obama punted the decision until after the election. Now both sides are applying pressure with renewed vigor. A group of Keystone XL opponents, organized by climate activist Bill McKibben, marched on the White House in November, hoping to call attention to an issue that got barely a mention during the

presidential campaign. Days earlier, a group of senators — nine Democrats and nine Republicans — sent Obama a letter urging him to stop stalling. North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven, a Republican who helped organize the letter, said there’s been no response from the White House, which declined to comment. Meanwhile, the ratings agency Moody’s said it expects Obama will eventually approve the pipeline, but it won’t be quick. Take too long to approve the permitting, Moody’s warned in a November report, and Obama risks missing the boom in oil prices that instigated the pipeline in the first place. Estimates for how many jobs the pipeline would create range from a few thousand up to 20,000 or more. At 36 in. (91 cm) in diameter, the pipeline will have an initial capacity of 700,000 barrels a day. That’s significant, because demand for oil and gas pipelines is expected to surge over the next four years, according to a November report by The Freedonia Group, a market research firm. A TransCanada spokesman said the company expects a decision by the State Department, which is tasked with determining whether the pipeline is in the national interest, in the first quarter of 2013, and hopes to start construction on the upper portion shortly thereafter. The longer the decision drags on, the less realistic that timeline appears to be.


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Like all of our equipment, the 850K was designed with extensive input by owners and operators like you. We listened and responded with numerous KSeries enhancements, including additional power and weight for increased productivity. An EPA Interim Tier 4 diesel engine for work in nonattainment areas. Spacious redesigned cab that’s noticeably quieter and more comfortable. And best-in-class serviceability features, such as an innovative easy-to-clean “V-Cool” package. Add to those, the unsurpassed operating ease and maneuverability operators have come to expect from our crawlers, and the 850K is an obvious choice. To get your hands on one, see your John Deere dealer.

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Chicago Pneumatic Breakers Designed for Performance Chicago Pneumatic offers a complete line of pneumatic breakers designed for all handoperated demolition needs — from lightduty maintenance and pavement demolition to heavy-duty construction, road works and rock cutting projects. Chicago Pneumatic breakers are available with a variety of upgrades, including noisedamping mufflers and vibro-reduced versions. The S Series features an improved muffler that emits considerably less noise than previous versions, increases operator comfort, and complies with the European Union Directive (2000/14/EC) on noise control, according to the manufacturer. The SVR Series of pneumatic breakers combines classic performance with comfortable ergonomics with heavy-duty fronthead springs and more comfortable handles designed to reduce reaction back to the operator. The finished product results in drastically reduced vibration emissions and noise levels that are well below the European Union Directive. The reduced vibration limits operator fatigue while simultaneously increasing productivity, and in the long run, the negative effects of vibrations on the operator are reduced and more easily controlled.

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CP Pneumatic Breaker Models The recently updated Chicago Pneumatic CP 1210 pneumatic breaker is a high power, high performance tool designed to deliver the power and durability necessary for a variety of light to medium construction and plant maintenance applications, such as light demolition of floors, pavements and roads. “Our customers have said the CP 1210 is a quality breaker with a good design that makes handling it very easy,” said Olaf Seiffert, Chicago Pneumatic business development manager construction tools. “Our line of pneumatic breakers has been upgraded continuously in order to improve ergonomics and overall performance.” The updated CP 1210 draws upon the track record of the original with the addition of several performance-enhancing features. An improved swivel design has been added for increased maneuverability, and an improved valve system and percussive mechanism allow for more overall power, which leads to better productivity. Also, new lubrication grooves on the piston reduce wear on the impact mechanism, increasing the service life of the tool and its essential components, according to the manufacturer. The CP 1230 and CP 1240 ranges of pneumatic breakers are designed to deliver the power and durability necessary for a variety of heavy-duty construction and plant

maintenance applications, such as breaking reinforced concrete, heavy road works, tarmac cutting, cutting frozen ground and nonconsolidated rock, and general heavy-duty demolition work. The CP 1230 and CP 1240 breakers also are available in spike-driving configurations. Chicago Pneumatic also offers a wide range of breaker air-line accessories, including lubricators to provide proper lubrication for machines, water separators that meet both the BSP standard in Europe and NPT standard in the United States, and RED-X compressed air hoses suitable for compressed-air applications with a maximum working pressure of 290 PSI (20 bar).

The updated CP 1210 draws upon the track record of the original with the addition of several performanceenhancing features.


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ADMAR SUPPLY www.admarsupply.com 449 Commerce Rd. Vestal, NY 13850 607-798-0333 1394 Military Rd. Buffalo, NY 14217 716-873-8000 2390 Rochester Rd. Canandaigua, NY 14424 585-396-0031 1950 Brighton-Henrietta Town Line Rd. Rochester, NY 14623 585-272-9390 6014 Drott Drive E. Syracuse, NY 13057 315-433-5000

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Cat 7495 Electric Rope Shovel Builds on Proven Design The Cat 7495 and 7495 HF Cat 7495 HF electric rope shovel with new Cat shovel cab loads 797F truck. electric rope shovels have been enhanced with a modern cab and are available with HydraCrowd and the LatchFree dipper system — all designed to boost productivity through easier control and reduced downtime. Additionally, Caterpillar is developing an off-grid power supply, a technology that reduces the amount of generator power required to run an electric rope shovel. The system captures regenerated power from the shovel and uses it during periods of high power demand — effectively reducing the maximum amount of power required from the generators. The technology will enable mining companies to power the 7495 or 7495 HF with just 4 megawatts of generator power, and, as result, to reduce fuel and maintenance costs significantly. The 7495 and 7495 HF both have payloads of 120 tons (109 t) and operating weights of more during training and allows easy access than 1,500 tons (1360 t). They are to the trainer’s emergency stop button. designed for 3- or 4-pass loading of An additional work station behind the ultra-class mining trucks. operator provides a seat and desk area for an observer. The elevated location New Cab Enhances Safety, permits unobstructed views of the digEfficiency and Productivity ging environment and operator station. Designed and built in collaboration Dual doors permit quick, easy entry with ergonomics experts, shovel operand exit from the right side or the rear ators and other mining professionals, of machine. The flat floor with no steps the Cat shovel cab incorporates many permits safer, easier movement improvements that enhance operator throughout the cab, and adjustable comfort and safety. LED lights illuminate the work area. The new cab is equipped with many Interior of Cat shovel cab on 7495 HF and showing These and other features make the features that help operators stay alert operator seat and trainer seat. cab on the Cat 7495 rope shovel a safe, and productive over long shifts. comfortable place to work productive• Ergonomic operator seat. A fully HVAC system automatically maintains the ly, even during long shifts in inclement enviadjustable seat with fully adjustable armrests temperature the operator selects. ronments. • Low vibration levels. The improved supand a pneumatic suspension system reduce port structure and vibration-damping cab operator fatigue. Hydraulic Crowd System • Responsive, low-effort controls. Hall mounts provide a smooth ride. HydraCrowd uses a hydraulic cylinder • Low sound levels. Insulated cab walls inside the tubular dipper handle to replace Effect joysticks with ergonomic handles and finger touch control improve ease of opera- and rattle-free custom cabinets help quiet the the crowd/retract ropes. The system mainwork environment. tion and help minimize fatigue. tains all the benefits of the Cat shovel front • Extra amenities. Attractive countertops, while eliminating the need for routine • Easy-to-read, intuitive display screens. Dual display screens are strategically located spacious cabinets, a durable refrigerator and crowd/retract rope replacements. With a to allow enhanced visibility to the work area. space for a microwave create a work space two-year major maintenance interval, Operators can adjust screen brightness and that drives operator satisfaction. HydraCrowd enhances safety and cuts The new operator seat location permits downtime by reducing the number of maincontrast to suit individual preferences. Intuitive icons and logical navigation paths unobstructed vertical line of sight from tenance events, according to the manufacturcrawler tracks to boom point sheaves and er. aid operation. • Low-glare interior and high-quality win- helps create enhanced left-side visibility. dow blinds. All colors and surfaces used Work site visibility is augmented further by Dipper Door inside the cab help minimize glare. a five-camera system that feeds to in-cab The Cat LatchFree dipper system is the Premium-quality blinds provide additional monitors. solution to a major cause of rope shovel A comfortable trainer seat positioned next downtime — the latch assembly. The shading to improve comfort and reduce to the operator provides an optimal view of LatchFree dipper eliminates the latch assemfatigue. • Automatic climate control. The new the work area, facilitates communication bly, replacing it with a strong steel link

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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. DECK OVER EQUIPMENT TRAILER | 10,000-14,000 GVW 16-20 DECK CONTACT: BOB STERNER PHONE: 413-575-8485 EMAIL: ROBERTSTERNER95@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LINKBELT 1600 • METAL CAB DOOR FOR THE 1600 LINKBELT EXCAVATOR CONTACT: GORDON LEMICH PHONE: 775-323-5320 FAX: 775-323-1659 EMAIL:GLCONST@CLEARWIRE.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FLIP AXLE FOR TEREX LOAD KING50 T CONTACT: MIKE PRESUHN PHONE: 1-570-665-9279 FAX: 1-814-445-4275 EMAIL:MIKEPRESUHN@SRWR-PA.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MINI EXCAVATOR **** USED *** • LOOKING FOR THE SMALLEST MINI EXCAVATOR I CAN FIND RIDE ON OR STAND ON FOR A BASEMENT DIG. PLEASE SEND PICS - PRICE - LOCATION CONTACT: WILLIE PHONE: 201-786-3354 EMAIL: WILLIEKIRCH@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 950B CONTACT: RIZWAN PHONE: +92-345-6429345 EMAIL: RIZMACHINERY@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 775 HAUL TRUCKS • NEED 2 WHOLESALE PRICED TRUCKS WITH UNDER 15,000 HOURS, MIDWEST US LOCATED IS A PLUS CONTACT: ROBERT BUNCH PHONE: 317-508-2118 EMAIL:RBUNCH@RBUNCH.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE LOADER BACKHOES • CASE 580 E K SK L SL M & SMS CONTACT: FRANK @ TRICO EQUIPMENT PHONE: 1-800-654-USED (8733) EXT. 1230 FAX: 856-697-4842 EMAIL: FHORAN@TRICOEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DUMP TRUCK DIESEL 1TON • CHEVY DIESEL DUMP TRUCK YEAR 2000 CONTACT: FRANK GARCIA PHONE: 773-386-5053 FAX: 773-281-3066 EMAIL: FRANKGARCIA2228@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT DOZERS CAT EXCAVATORS KOMATSU OR OTHER • NEEDED FOR JOB DEERE 450/550/650 DOZERS (4) CAT 330 CL/DL (4) CAT 345 CL/DL CAT D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 KOMATSU PC 600/800 WE ARE LOOKING FOR ALL TYPES OF EQUIPMENT EMAIL ME WHAT YOU HAVE! THANKS. CONTACT: JOE DIRT MACHINERY PHONE: 570-360-5162 EMAIL:JOE@JOEDIRTMACHINES.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

NEEDED BULLDOZER D8K 1980UP WITH RIPPER SPEACER BLATE USER CONTRACTOR ONLY • WANT TO BUY D8K D9L AND D9N WITH RIPPER CONTRACTOR USA CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE NEED QUOTATION OF THE FOLLOWING FORKLIFT: QTY:2 BRAND:HYSTER YEAR:2.005 ONWARD CAPACITY:15,000 LBS MAST TYPE: TRIPLEX FORKS: 80” (2 MTS) TIRES:PNEUMATIC ENGINE: PERKINS DIESEL SIDE SHIFT. WITH CAB OR WITHOUT. PLEASE INFORM US ABOUT DELIVERY TIME , FREIGHT TO MIAMI FL. ANY QUESTION , PLEASE LET US KNOW. CONTACT: HENRY HERNANDEZ PHONE: 813-900 0618 EMAIL: ELEVIND@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED SKIDSTEER DOOR • IM LOOKING FOR A DOOR TO FIT MY 2000 246 CAT SKIDSTEER . THE SERIAL NUMBER STARTS WITH 5SZ AND I NEED THE DOOR ASSEMBLY . CONTACT: JOHN DISTLER PHONE: 573-230-6973 FAX: 573-634-5082 EMAIL:HILLIBILLYU@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 10 ARTICULATED TRUCKS CAT 730 OR VOLVO A30 OR TEREX TA30 WITH LESS THAN 6000 HOURS CONTACT: SERGE NEUVILLE PHONE: +44.7947820713 FAX: +44.1932852615 EMAIL:TWTCDIR@YAHOO.CO.UK –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ATTENTION CONTRACTORS AND LANDSCAPERS • WANT TO BUY YOUR BOBCAT BRAND SKID STEER LOADERS. I PREFER LARGE FRAME MACHINES EQUIPPED WITH THE "GOLD PACKAGE", BUT I AM INTERESTED IN ANY SIZE MACHINE, EQUIPPED IN ANY MANNER. I AM ONLY INTERESTED IN MACHINES LOCATED IN THE SOUTH EASTERN UNITED STATES, DUE TO THE HIGH COST OF TRANSPORTATION. **DEALERS NEED NOT RESPOND** CONTACT: WARREN EMAIL: TWOPETIES@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 960 FROM YEARS 1960 TO 1965 CONTACT: JIMMY ETHERIDGE PHONE: 214-564-0545 FAX: 972-941-6991 EMAIL: JIMMYANDSUSAAN@VERIZON.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TEREX 760 BACKHOE • 36 INCH BACKHOE BUCKET FOR 2003 TEREX 760 CONTACT: RICH GRIFFIN PHONE: 914-384-0648 EMAIL: RICHGRIF@HOTMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

CRUSHER PARTS OR WHOLE | ROTOR FOR IMPACT CRUSHER OR SHAFT BEARINGS CONTACT: KEN FINLON PHONE: 770-330-0860 EMAIL: HARTLCRUSHER@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PIONEER / KOLBERG FT 42 X 40 TRACK IMPACT CRUSHER • LATE MODEL LOW HOUR USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMIEQUIP@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SEMI TRUCK • IM LOOKING FOR A USED TRUCK TO DO ALOT OF HEAVY HAULING CONTACT: GLENN TUCKER EMAIL: TUCK73@PEOPLEPC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE OR CAT EXTENDAHOE 4X4 • NEW OR USED WITH LOW HOURS CASE 580L EXTENDAHOE 4X4 OR CAT OF EQUAL SIZE OR BIGGER CONTACT: ROGER WOOD PHONE: 541-598-5565 EMAIL: HOLYFIRE4EVER10@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING TO PURCHASE USED KAWASAKI WHEEL LOADERS FROM 50Z TO 95Z (II, IV, V), YEAR MODEL 2003 AND BELOW. MACHINES MUST BE GOOD LOOKING AND IN WORKING CONDITION WITH OLD PAINT. PLEASE OFFER ME WHAT YOU HAVE WITH BUNCH OF PICTURES, YEAR MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, MACHINE CONDITION AND FINAL OFFER PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANT TO BUY 9 USED GEINE GS1930 MACHINES. CONTACT: ALLEN LIU PHONE: 610-340-2765 EMAIL: CLIU0000@HOTMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

JOHN DEERE 444H • TRANS. FOR THIS LOADER 444H CONTACT: BOB WILLIAMS PHONE: 863-494-1616 EMAIL: BOBWILL47@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED FRONT LOADER BACKHOE AND CHEVY TRUCK 2500 4X4. FOR 1985 HISTORICAL/CLASSIC BIARRITZ CONTACT: JOHN PHONE: 440-567-5108 FAX: 440-269-8161 EMAIL: SOSVP@OH.RR.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PILE HAMMERS WANTED • I AM SEEKING TO PURCHASE USED VIBRATORY PILE HAMMERS/DRIVERS IMMEDIATELY. BRANDS I AM SEEKING ARE MKT, PVE, ICE & APE. SEEKING VIBRATORY WITH POWER PACK OR EXCAVATOR MOUNTED PILE HAMMER AS WELL. CONTACT: JEFF LAWSON PHONE: 864-542-4369 EMAIL: JLAWSON29321@CHARTER.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ARIELLIFT • I WANT ICONSTRUCTION A200FEET HEIGHT TEMPLE SWO I NEED A ARIEL LIFT WHICH CARRY THE GOODS EASILY CONTACT: RABINDRANATHTIADI PHONE: 09438485517 EMAIL: SHREEGURUREALEST@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380JG1 TRACK JAW CRUSHER • LATE MODEL LOW HOUR USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603-828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRUCKS OR CARS CONTACT: RACHEL PHONE: 417-684-7830 EMAIL: RACHELMCCONNAUGHEY@ YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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MOBILE CONCRETE BATCHING PLANT CONTACT: JOHN MICALLEF FAX: 0035621807931 EMAIL: JMICALLEFBUILDERS@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– COMPACTION WHEEL LIKE DC12 SKH | CONTACT: RALPH HAGEDORN PHONE: 707-349-4700 EMAIL: RHAGEDONE@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZER D9N OR D9R • IAM LOOKING FOR BULLDOZER D9N OR D9R AS SOON AS P/S FROM 1990 UP 1998 CONTACT: OUFI PHONE: 966530185141 FAX: 96627512024 EMAIL:ALOUFI01@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– UNDERCARRIAGE ROLLERS • 14 SINGLE FLANGE SYSTEM’S ONE UNDERCARRIAGE ROLLERS FOR D5G CAT – NEW OR NEAR NEW. CONTACT: TOM PHONE: 218-843-1023 EMAIL: CALLPHONENUMBER@ COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED BULLDOZER D7G WITH WINCH EAST COAST USER «CONTRACTOR« ONLY NO SALEMAN USER I NEED 2 | WANT TO BUY BULLDOZER D7G D8K D9N D10N USER CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR MOB 1 514 386 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LULL 844C42 CONTACT: KEVIN PHONE: 856-297-4758 EMAIL: KEVIN@ SANSALONEEXCAVATING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– UTILITY VEHICLE UNDER $200000 CONTACT: JONATHAN EMAIL: JETDST@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FORKLIFT | CAT OR YALE FORKLIFT 12,000 B CAP SOLID RUBBER TIRES OR ?? . NEED A 3 STAGE MAST.I BROKER EQUIP TO SELL TO MY CUSTOMER , NEED A GOOD WHOLESALE PRICE. CONTACT: HANK BOTT PHONE: 440-235-1723 EMAIL: HBINDUSTRIAL@JUNO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT | PRIORITY EQUIPMENT: -CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADER 966H (YEAR 1995-2005) -LINK BELT EXCAVATOR 265F2 ALSO KNOWN AS SUMITOMO LS2650FJ2 OR A SIMILAR MODEL FROM CATERPILLAR/ KOMATSU/HITACHI (YEAR 1995-2005) KOMATSU MOBILE CRUSHER BR350JG (YEAR 1995-2005) CONTACT: ARTUR BERKALIYEV PHONE: 832-571-3909 EMAIL:ARTUR.BERKALIYEV@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––���––––––––

3 YARD BALDERSON HOOK LOADER BUCKET CONTACT: FREDRICK NOLL PHONE: 701-872-6336 EMAIL: FREDNOLL@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR STEEL SHEET PILE AND STEEL H PILE CONTACT: WILLIE PHONE: 201-786-3354 FAX: 201-444-6377 EMAIL:WILLIEKIRCH@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANT TO BUY 9 USED GEINE GS1930 MACHINES. CONTACT: ALLEN LIU PHONE: 610-340-2765 EMAIL: CLIU0000@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED BULLDOZER D7G D7H D8K D8N D9 D10 1975 AND UP FROM USA ONLY CONTRACTORS NO SALEMAN PLEASE CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR CELL 1 514 386 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JOHN DEERE 444H | TRANS. FOR THIS LOADER 444H CONTACT: BOB WILLIAMS PHONE: 863 494 1616 EMAIL: BOBWILL47@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS | LOOKING TO PURCHASE SEVERAL UNITS OF 12G (78 - UP), 140G (87 - UP), 140 H (99 - 02), AND 14G/H (72 - 00) CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS, PREFERABLY WITH RIPPER. GRADERS MUST BE GOOD LOOKING AND IN WORKING CONDITION WITH OLD PAINT. PLEASE SEND PICTURES, CONDITION, SERIAL NUMBER AND FINAL PRICE. CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 | EMAIL:SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED FRONT LOADER BACKHOE AND CHEVY TRUCK 2500 4X4. FOR 1985 HISTORICAL/CLASSIC BIARRITZ CONTACT: JOHN PHONE: 440-567-5108 FAX: 440-269-8161 EMAIL: SOSVP@OH.RR.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING TO PURCHASE USED VIBRATORY PILE HAMMERS/DRIVERS IMMEDIATELY. BRANDS I AM SEEKING ARE MKT, PVE, ICE & APE. SEEKING VIBRATORY WITH POWER PACK OR EXCAVATOR MOUNTED PILE HAMMER AS WELL. CONTACT: JEFF LAWSON PHONE: 864-542-4369 EMAIL: JLAWSON29321@CHARTER.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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JCB Appoints Arjun Mirdha New Chief Operating Officer

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Arjun Mirdha is chief operating officer of JCB Inc.

Effective Jan. 1, 2013, Arjun Mirdha will be appointed the chief operating officer of JCB Inc. overseeing sales, commercial operations, parts and service, manufacturing, marketing communications and product marketing. Mirdha joined JCB in 1996 and through his 17 years with the company has gained substantial experience in various roles that include dealer development, parts, service, sales, marketing and new product development. He also has held various management positions in the UK, India and North America. “It’s been exciting to be a part of the tremendous growth JCB has experienced in North America since returning here last year,” said Mirdha. “I am pleased to be able to serve in this new role, and I believe with JCB’s world class product and the talent and dedication of the JCB team, we will all continue to impact that growth in a positive way.” Serving in his current role as executive vice president of sales / marketing and service, Mirdha has overseen a 62 percent increase in overall sales and a 48 percent increase in parts and service revenue. In addition, the JCB dealer network has expanded national coverage by 25 percent, according to the company. “It is important to JCB to not only attract world class talent, but to develop our existing leadership team as well,” said John Patterson, chairman and CEO of JCB North America. “Throughout his career at JCB, Arjun has provided key guidance and leadership, spearheading many successful initiatives that have led to revenue growth and promotion of the JCB brand. His new role will be pivotal to our continued success here in North America.” Mirdha will continue to serve as the executive vice president of sales / marketing and service until assuming his new responsibilities effective Jan. 1. For more information, visit www.jcbna.com.

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Harrisburg, PA Fri., December 21, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Greenwich, NY Fri., December 28, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers

Coming Auctions • St. Louis, MO December 20, 2012

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• Tipton, CA February 15, 2013 • Orlando, FL February 18-23, 2013

• Manassas, VA Sat., January 12, 2012 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailer, Aerials and Forklifts

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• Portland, OR Thurs., January 17, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Dothan, Al Jan 31 thru Feb 2, 2013 For: 16th Annual Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

• Cleveland, OH Sat., January 19, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Attachments, Trucks & Trailers

• Philadelphia, MS March 20-22, 2013 For: 12th Annual Springtime Contractors Equipment Auction

• Queretaro, Mexico Fri., January 25, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Attachments, Trucks and Trailers • Kissimmee, FL Sat.-Sun., February 2-10, 2013 For: Annual 9 Day Auction! Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Support

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Los Angeles, CA December 19-20, 2012

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• Philadelphia, MS May 29-30, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Philadelphia, MS July 17-18 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Philadelphia, MS September 18-19, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Philadelphia, MS November 20-21, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

• Pendleton, IN December 13, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

• Hutchinson, KS Thurs., January 10, 2013 For: Construction and Farm IRON PLANET AUCTIONS Equipment, Trucks & www.ironplanet.com Trailers 888-433-5426 • Online Only ONLINE AUCTIONS Tues., January 22, 2013 Go to www.ironplanet.com For: Construction and Farm to view the complete aucEquipment tion schedules, inspection • Springfield, IL reports and to place your Thurs., January 31 2013 For: Construction and Farm bid! Equipment • ONLINE ONLY • Online Only December 20, 2012 Closing February 5, 2013 For: Construction For: Late Model John Equipment Deere Farm Equipment • Online Only Thurs., February 19, 2013 MEEKINS AUCTION For: Construction and Farm COMPANY Equipment, Trucks and www.meekinsauction.com Trailers 800-499-6560

DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277 • Pendleton, IN March 29, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Pendleton, IN June 21, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Pendleton, IN September 20, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

• Lumberton, NC Thurs., December 27, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • Wilson, NC Thurs., January 31, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowsky auctioneers.com 860-642-4200

• Providence, RI Thur., December 20, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • Elmwood Park, NJ Wed., January 30, 2013 For: Construction Equipment

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 20, 2012 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Fri., December 28, 2012 For: Construction Equipment

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173 • Litchfield, MN Thurs., Dec. 20, 2012 For: Construction, Ag, Trucks and Vehicles

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., February 22, 2013 For: Construction and Utility Equipment

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Kissimmee, FL February 11-18, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers


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RENTAL RETURN

AUCTION

HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTALS CONSTRUCTION, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, FORKLIFTS, AERIAL LIFTS, MACK DUMP TRUCKS & TRAILERS (ALL LATE MODEL.) HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTALS ONSITE.

LATE MODEL NEW HOLLAND, CAT JOHN DEERE CONSTRUCTION & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, TRUCK & TRAILER AUCTION.

AUCTION

Capital Tractor GREENWICH (ALBANY), NEW YORK (WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS)

HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA

NOTE: Selling will be late model construction & support equipment, trucks and trailers that are ready to go to work.

(HERTZ YARD) NOTE: As in the past, this is one of the best quality sales in the United States with Hertz selling some of the latest and greatest equipment to be found anywhere. * DUE TO TIME CONSTRAINTS, MORE LATE MODEL EQUIPMENT WILL BE ADDED TO THIS SALE COMING OFF OF RENT. HILITES INCLUDE: 8 DUMP TRUCKS: (6) 2007 Mack CV713 (t/a), 2006 Int’l. 7500 (t/a), 2005 Ford F750 (s/a), 2 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006 JD 120C, 2007 Takeuchi TB135, CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 JD 450JLGP, 5 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2006 Case 580M (4x4), 2005 Case 580 Super M , 2005 Case 580M (4x4), 2005 Case 580M (4x4), 2005 Case 580M (4x4), 12 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2005 IR SD100D, IR SD70TF, (3) 2006 IR SD70D, IR SD70D, (2) 2005 IR SD45D, (2) 2007-(2) 2005 Sakai SW800, TRENCH ROLLER: 2006 Wacker RT82SC, 3 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2004 Bobcat T300, 2006 Bobcat T250, 2006 Takeuchi TL130, MINI TRACK LOADER: 2005 Toro Dingo TX420, 9 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2005 IR VR1056C, (3) 2005 IR VR843, 2006-2005-2004 IR VR642C, 2005 Skytrak 8042, 2005 Lull 644E-42, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT: 2005 Harlo HP6500, 3 FORKLIFTS: 2006-2004 Toyota 7FGU25, 2005 Toyota 7FDU25, 11 SCISSOR LIFTS: 2005 Genie GS3384RT, 2006 Genie GS2632, 2005 Genie GS2032, 2005 Genie GS1930, 2003 JLG 3394RT, (2) 2004 JLG 2630ES, 2005-(3) 2004 JLG 1930ES, 10 AIR COMPRESSORS: (8) 2006-(2) 2005 IR P185WJD, 6 GENERATORS: 2005 Airman SDG25S, 2007 Multiquip DCA125USJ, 2007 Multiquip DCA85USJ, 2007 Multiuquip DCA70USI, 2008-2006 Multiquip DCA25USI, 2 WELDERS: (2) 2007 Miller Big Blue 300D, 12 LIGHT PLANTS: (6) 2005-2004 Genie TML4000N, 2005 Coleman RL4000, 2005 Wacker LTC4L, MESSAGE BOARD: 2007 Solartech MB4048, 2 PUMPS: 8in., 2004 Pioneer SAPP66S1 6in., CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: 2006 Multiquip MC94PH8 Concrete Mixer, SWEEPER: 2006 Broce RJ350, BOOM TRUCK: 2006 Int’l. 4200 w/Terex BT3470 (s/a), BUCKET TRUCK: 2000 Int’l. 4700 (s/a) , STAKE TRUCK: 2006 Int’l. 4200 (s/a), 2 SERVICE TRUCKS: (2) 2004 Ford F550, 2 PICKUPS: 2004 Ford F250XL (4x4), 2005 Ford F150XL (4x4), VAN: 2007 GMC Savanna, UTILITY VEHICLE: 2003 Taylor Dunn B2-10, ATTACHMENTS: Rollers: 2005 IR Padsfoot kit, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Target Walk Behind saws, 2003 Taylor-Dunn Carts, New Ratchet Straps, New Impact Wrenches, New Diamond Blades, New Mustang Pumps, New Water Pumps, New Mustang Rebar Cutters, New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, New Platform Scales, New Hammer Drill, New Air Spray Gun Kits, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New Demo Saws. DIRECTIONS: From I-81 North: take I-83 south to Rt. 322 East. Take First exit Penhar Drive at end of ramp, turn left on Penhar Drive. Site is first building on left. From I-81 South: take I-83 south to Rt. 322 east and follow as above. From PA Turnpike East or West: Get off at exit 247, (old exit 19) and head north on I-283. Get on Rt. 322 east and follow as above. Address: 470 Penhar Drive, Harrisburg, PA 17111. PA LICENSE #: AU-003051-E SALE SITE PHONE: (585) 749-0022

FRIDAY, DEC. 21 @ 9:30 AM

HILITES INCLUDE: TROMMEL SCREENING PLANT: 2008 Wildcat 6-160 RHC, Generator: Cummins for 2008 Wildcat, 9 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Unused 2012 Doosan DX225LC, Kobelco SK300LV-IV, Kobelco SK220LC, 2005 Kobelco SK160LC, 2005 Kobelco SK70SR, 2005 Bobcat 331, 2005 Bobcat 325, Hitachi EX60G, Yanmar YM226D, ,6 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2009 Cat 906H, 2008 Volvo L70F, Komatsu WA380, NH LW130, NH LW130, Fiat Allis FR15, 2 CRAWLER TRACTORS: JD 450HLT, JD 450E, 9 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2008 JD 310 Super J, 2005 JD 310 Super G, (2) 2006 Case 580M (4x4), NH LB75B, NH 555E (4x4), (2) NH 555E, Kubota BX25 (4x4), Fiat Allis FT110B (4x4), VIBRATORY ROLLER: 2006 IR SD70D, 15 SKID STEERS: 2011 NH L218, 2007 NH L180, 2008-(3) 2007-(2) 2005 NH LS160, 2007 JD 320, 2004 Bobcat S175, (2) 2004 Bobcat S150, Bobcat 753,Cat 226, Gehl 5636SX, 5 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2004 JLG G9-42, 2005 JLG G6-43A (cab), 2003 JLG G6-42A (cab), Lull 844C-42, Terex/ Square Shooter SS836B, BOOM LIFTS: Snorkel TB80, Generator: Cummins for Snorkel TB80, 5 SCISSOR LIFTS: 2004 JLG 2630ES, 2005 JLG 2030ES, (3) 2004 JLG 1930ES, LIGHT PLANTS: 2004 Allmand Pro, 5 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2008 NH T1510 (4x4), NH TC33D (4x4), 2010 Massey Ferguson GC2400 (4x4), Kubota L3130GST (4x4), Kubota B2150HST (4x4), 3 UTILITY TRACTORS: Massey Ferguson 1429 (4x4), David Brown 1210D, Kioti DK40 (4x4), LAWN & GARDEN TRACTOR: Cub Cadet GT2544, COMMERICAL MOWER: Ferris 3 wheeler, LOG SKIDDER: Cat 525, SERVICE TRUCKS: 2004 Ford F550 (4x4), 2 FLATBED BODIES: New 12ft., New 10ft., DUMP BODIES: New 9ft., NEW & USED TIRES, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: New Fabtech 5500, New Fabtech 4800, Skid Steers: New Fabtech 60in. Brush Cutters, New Fabtech Backhoe Attachments, New Fabtech 60in. - 72in. Grapple Buckets, New Fabtech 66in. Root Grapples, New Fabtech 60in. Hay Spears, New Fabtech Stump Buckets, New Fabtech 428in. Forks & Frame, New Fabtech Quick Attach Plates, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) New Easy Kleen Magnum Gold Pressure Washers,Tires, New 4 Pack Ratchet Straps, New Impact Wrenches, New Premium Diamond Blades, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Air Spray Guns, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New 5 Ton Digital Platform Scales, Rebar Cutters, New Mustang Submersible & Water Pumps, New Cutoff/ Demo Saws, Impact Wrench Kit, 4 ton porta power. 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. SALE SITE PHONE: (518)692-2464, (863) 325-5949

FRIDAY, DEC. 28 @ 10:00 AM

ALEX

LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

www.lyonauction.com corporate offices: Bridgeport, NY Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-5635 www.lyonauctionlive.com


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More Than 900 Participate in Ritchie Sale in Conshohocken

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ore than 900 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’ multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction Dec. 11, in Conshohocken, Pa. Bidders came from 34 countries, including 46 U.S. states. More than 54 percent of the equipment was sold to out-ofstate buyers, from as far away as Costa Rica, Malaysia and Singapore. Online bidders purchased more than 29 percent of the equipment sold (by dollar value). In total, more than 300 equipment lots were sold, including loader backhoes, crawler tractors, hydraulic excavators, articulated dump trucks and more. see RITCHIE page 138

Bidding was very strong on site and online, including for this spread of hydraulic excavators. One excavator went to a bidder from Singapore.

Caterpillar crawler tractors — including a D4C Series III, a D4G Xl, a D5G Xl, a D5K LGP, a D6R XL and a D8R — are lined up and ready for new owners.

Bidder Number 112, Braun Wagler of Advanced Contracting, Stoneboro, Pa., stands on the tracks of a Caterpillar D8R dozer.

Rich Somers (L), president, and Mike Manieri, supervisor, both of Innovative Construction Services in Folcroft, Pa., are ready for the auction to begin.

Young William Gnouse (L) attends his first auction with J. Smith of Justice Excavation Inc., Aspers, Pa.

Ed Glassbury (L) of Meco Constructors Inc., Bensalem, Pa., catches up with Jerry Holleran of Machinery Services Inc., Royersford, Pa.


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LATE MODEL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, SUPPORT, ATTACHMENTS, AERIALS, FORKLIFTS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS.

AUCTION MANASSAS, VA (PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS) HILITES: 10 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 330DL, Cat 330CL, Cat 330CL, Cat 325CL, Cat 305SR, 2008 JD 270CLC, Case 1080, (2) IHI 15NX, IHI 7, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR: Gradall G3WD, 2 MOTOR GRADERS: (2) Galion, 4 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: JD 304J, Bobcat 2410, Kubota R520, Mobility, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2005 Case 580M, NH LB90, 3 CRAWLER TRACTORS: (2) Cat D5CXL, JD 450H, 3 CRAWLER LOADERS: (2) Cat 963B, Cat 943, JD 755B, JD 455G, 9 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (2) Cat 287B, (2) Cat 267B, (2) Bobcat T250, Bobcat T200, (2) Bobcat T190, 15 SKID STEERS: (2) Bobcat S300, (2) NH LS180, NH LS160, (3) JD 317, Case 40XT, Takeuchi TL135, 2007 Takeuchi TL130, (3) Takeuchi TL130, Mustang 940, 2 ROLLERS: Galion, Beuthling, 7 TRENCHERS: (2) Vermeer V4150, Vermeer M475, Vermeer V430A, Ditch Witch 7610, DitchWitch RT40, Ditch Witch 400SX w/ trailer, 4 CHIPPERS: Woodchuck Hy Roller 12in., Woodchuck W/C 17, (2) Bandit 200XP, 2 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2003 JLG G9-43A, 2003 JLG G6-42A, FORKLIFT: Clark 6000lb., 2 GENERATORS: (2) Kohler 30kw, 6 AIR COMPRESSORS: (2) 2005 IR P185WJD, (4) IR 185, PUMP: Thompson 12in., Godwin 8in., SWEEPER: Ford Powerboss, LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTOR: Kubota L48, 2 UTILITY TRACTORS: (2) Kubota L3710, 3 DUMP TRUCKS: 1990 Mack DM (t/a), 1981 Mack R (t/a), 1977 Mack DM (t/a), RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: Cushman Turf Cart, EZ-Go Golf Cart, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Unused 48in. Pallet Forks, Snow & Mulch Buckets, 60-72in. Buckets, Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Grapples, Versatech Hay Spears, Root & Grapple Buckets, Fork Frames, Sweepster SB72C 72in. Broom, Excavators: New Excalibur X36 Thumb, HEATING EQUIPMENT: (15) DesamasterSBLP375AT Direct Fire Heaters, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) Kut Kwick, Lamarche A46-6-12V, OBD Leaf Vac, Deweeze Hillside Mower,New Mustang Pumps, New Water Pumps, New Mustang Rebar Cutters, New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches, New Platform Scales, New Hammer Drill, New Air Spray Gun Kits, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Plate Compactors, New Demo Saws, Kent Carpet Cleaner, New Diamond Blades, Air Cut Off Tool, Staplers, New Air Impact Wrench Kits. VIRGINIA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: Larry Garner #2907 002879 DIRECTIONS: From Washington, DC and Points North: I-395 S to I-495 N; follow I495 N to I-66 W: follow I-66 W to Virginia Rt. 234 S (Bypass), exit 44; follow Virginia Rt. 234 S (Bypass) to the fifth traffic light (Business 234), turn left; go 1 mile to the Fair Grounds entrance on the left. From Richmond, VA and Points South and East: Take I95 north to Virginia Rt. 234 north, (Dumfries Road) exit 152; follow Virginia Rt. 234 14 miles to Business Rt. 234, turn right; 1 mile to the Fair Grounds entrance on the left. Address: Off Business Rt. 234, Manassas, VA 20108. Physical Address: 10624 Dumfries Road, Manassas, VA 20112

SATURDAY, JAN. 12 @ 9:30 AM

LARGE MAJOR JOB COMPLETION CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, ATTACHMENTS, TRAILERS, TRUCK TRACTORS, DUMP TRUCKS, TOOLS.

Ace Demolition Demolition Contractor

AUCTION

CLEVELAND, OH NOTE: Having completed several large jobs in the Cleveland area, selling will be late model equipment used on these jobs. HILITES: 6 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2010-2009 Cat 320DL, 2006 Doosan DX480LC, 2007 Doosan DX330LC, 2006 Daewoo SL225LC-V, Komatsu PC300LC, ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: Grove RT58 (4x4), RUBBER TIRED LOADER: 2008 Doosan DL200, 2 SKID STEERS: 2009 ASV PT100 (cab), 2007 Bobcat T300 (cab), 2 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Komatsu D65E-6, JD 450H, VIBRATORY ROLLER: Cat CS563, TRUCK TRACTOR: 1999 Mack, 4 DUMP TRUCKS: 2007 Mack CT713 (tri.), 2006 Kenworth T800, 2008 Chevy C550 (s/a), 1999 Sterling L7500, DETACHABLE GOOSENECK: Trailking (tri.), DUMP TRAILER: 2006 Benson, TAGALONG TRAILER: 2008 Rolls Rite 25K, 2 PICKUPS: 2003 Chevy Silverado, 1999 Ford Ranger, 2 OFFICE TRAILERS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) Tow Motors, Man Lift, Road Plates, Hand Tools, Shop Equipment, ACCESSORIES: Cracker Jaw Processor, Grapples, Thumbs OHIO LICENSE #: 63199360809, OHIO AUCTIONEER LICENSE #: 62199360989

SATURDAY, JAN. 19 @ 9:30 AM

ALEX

LYON & SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-8010 • Syracuse, NY (Evenings) (315) 637-8912

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John Deere Named to AEM’s 2012 Hall of Fame Class AEM from page 40

manufacturing to its status today as a key contributor to our economic well-being and quality of life. Pierre Bataille (Poclain) Pierre Bataille was an industry innovator and a responsible leader, contributing to economic development in France while improving quality of life for his workforce and the industry. The technology he helped develop, high pressure hydraulics, played a part in the huge increase in productivity for agricultural works, handling operations and earthmoving. He was a pioneer in development of the hydraulic excavator. He was the instigator to use production assembly lines for excavators in the early 1960s, increasing production and reliability; his concept of the swing drive and boom remain a standard today. A leader in social responsibility, Bataille offered interest-free loans to his employees, a majority of whom were former farmers living in poor conditions who then more easily became homeowners. He

developed a technical training center to provide workers and excavator operators with job training. Bataille established one of the first staffed company cafeterias for his employees and a network of buses to safely transport them to and from work; while not a widespread practice in the 1960s, Bataille instituted noise-reduction measures in the plant and on excavators. Bataille’s civic service included leadership of French standardization and business development organizations, and he also served as president of the Committee for European Construction Equipment. In 1990, Bataille was awarded the rank of officer of the Legion of Honor by the French government in recognition of his entrepreneurial leadership. Wood Brothers — Keith, Leonard and Mervel (Woods Equipment Company) Keith, Leonard and Mervel Wood were problem solvers, risk takers and entrepreneurs who used these skills to fuel their drive for inventing and manufacturing. As

The Woods brothers were pioneers in the development of rotary cutters and mowers.

pioneers in the development of rotary cutters and mowers, the Wood brothers helped create a prevalent product category for the short line industry. One invention that dramatically affected the agricultural industry is the company’s iconic Batwing

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rotary cutter, known generically as the flex-wing rotary cutter, first shipped in 1963. Other key inventions include the single V-belt drive system, used on virtually all residential and commercial mowers in use today, and the single attachment pin blade retention system, a

design still used on most Woods cutters today. The brothers sought to adapt their equipment to all types, sizes and models of tractors, including two adaptors that were predecessors of today’s standard 3-point hitch. In the 1970s, the Wood brothers elevated product support to a new level, ensuring sales and service were available across the country in the days before overnight delivery. Starting the company after World War II in Oregon, Illinois, the Wood brothers contributed greatly to job creation and development of skilled labor in the region, training thousands as welders, machinists, metal fabricators, painters, engineers and office personnel. Sustainability for the brothers was always about doing right, for example, metal scrap recycling (not widespread in the ’40s and ’50s). Nominations for the next Hall of Fame will open in June 2013. For more information, visit www.aem.org/HallofFame.

Atlas Copco Marketplace Web Page Now Smart Phone Friendly After a complete redesign of its Marketplace web page in April 2012, Atlas Copco has now made the site smart-phone friendly. The mobile Web site makes accessing used Atlas Copco equipment even easier. Accessible via www.atlascopcomarketplace.com, the mobile Web site is one of several improvements since the site’s 2008 debut that make the online service even more useful to customers. For instance, it is now possible for visitors to see images and read equipment listings in detail without having to log on to the site first. A “print a brochure” function allows users to create PDFs to email or print out as hard copy. The home page includes a featured unit of the month and links to pages dedicated to such things as financing and global equipment availability. Atlas Copco also promises to keep the site current. Finance rates for equipment will be updated monthly. Parts and service specials will be updated monthly or quarterly, depending on the program. Links to additional content and various other Atlas Copco microsites and web pages will be provided as they are available or change.

For more information, call 800/732-6762 or visit www.atlascopco.us.

The Atlas Copco Marketplace mobile Web site.


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THE GREATEST SALE OF THE YEAR!

9 DAYS OF SELLING!! 20th Annual Rental Returns Auction Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers, Support & Attachments.

AUCTION

KISSIMMEE (WINTER GARDEN), FLORIDA JACK’S NOTE: Once again we’re returning to Kissimmee with the sale that gets bigger and better each year! It’s recognized as “The Class Sale”, where top-quality EQUIPMENT is the norm, not the exception. You can become part of construction history either as a buyer or a seller. The EQUIPMENT comes from the BEST authorized dealership rental fleets. * COME HELP US CELEBRATE OUR 20TH ANNIVERSARY AT THE GREATEST SALE ON EARTH! *** SPECIAL NOTE: For Non-US Resident Bidders: A $10,000 Cashier’s Check Deposited Prior to Bidding will be Required. * No Exceptions. HILITES: 9 CARRY DECK CRANES: (5) Broderson IC2002C, Broderson IC803E, (2) Broderson IC802, Shuttlelift 3330FL, 23 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (3) 2012-2011 Terex TA400, (2) 2010 Terex TA40, 2006 Volvo A40D, 2005 Volvo A35D, Volvo A35C, Volvo A30, 2006-2005 Cat 740, (2) Cat D300E, (2) 2005 JD 250D, (4) JD 250D, (3) 2007 Case 330, 4 STRAIGHT FRAME HAUL TRUCKS: (2) Cat 773B, (2) Euclid R40, 88 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 365CL, Cat 365BL, Cat 350L, 2007 Cat 345CL, Cat 345BL, 2010-(2) 2009 Cat 336DL, 2007 Cat 330DL, (3) Cat 330DL, 2006 Cat 330CL, (4) 2008 Cat 320DL, Cat 320CL, Cat 315L, 2008 Cat 312DL, Cat 215, 2005 JD 330CLC, 2003 Komatsu PC400LC-6LM, 2005 Komatsu PC270LC-7L, 2006-2005 Komatsu PC200LC-7, (2) Komatsu PC200LC-6, (3) 2005 Kobelco SK330-6, 2006 Kobelco SK290-6, 2006 Kobelco SK250-6, (2) 2007-(4) 2006-(2) 2005 Kobelco SK210-6, 2007 Kobelco SK200SR, (3) 2007-2006-2004 Kobelco SK135SR, Kobelco SK70, 2008 Linkbelt 1602, 2004 Yanmar VIO402, (4) 2004 IHI 80NX-3, (7) 2005 IHI 35N-2, (12) 2005 IHI 35N, (10) 2005 IHI 28N-2, 2004 Bobcat 331G, 2004 Yanmar VIO352, 2007 D&E Mfg. 330-XHDH, LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: Unused 2012 Doosan DX225LC, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR: Badger 460, 20 MOTOR GRADERS: 2009-(4) 2008 Cat 140M, Cat 140H, (3) 2008 Cat 12M, (3) 2007-2006-2005 Cat 12H, Cat 12H, Cat 12G, 2007 JD 770, JD 672D, JD 570, Champion 710A, 3 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (3) Cat 631D, 2 TOOL CARRIERS: Cat IT38G, Cat IT28G, 43 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: (2) Cat 988G, Cat 988B, Cat 980H, 2010 Cat 966H, Cat 966F, (2) 2007 Cat 950H, 2005 Cat 950GII, 2003 Cat 950G, 2009-2008 Cat 938H, 2012-(4) 2009 Cat 930H, 2006 Cat 930GIT, (2) Cat 930G, 2009 Cat 924HZ, 2009 Cat 924H, (4) 2007-2006-2005-(2) 2004 Cat914G, 2009 Cat 906, 2009 JD 644K, 2008 JD 544J, 2006 Komatsu WA380-5L, 2005-(2) 2004 Komatsu WA250, 2006 Komatsu WA200-5, 2005 Komatsu WA50-3, (2) 2005 Case 621D, Case W14B, 2008 Volvo L110F, 2004 JCB 436HT, Daewoo Mega 400-III, 41 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2005-2004 Cat D9R, (2) Cat D8T, 2004 Cat D8R-II, (6) Cat D8R, Cat D8N, Cat D7RXR-II, Cat D7RLGP, Cat D7R, 2009 Cat D6TLGP, Cat D6RXL, 2004 Cat D6RLGP, 2004 Cat D5GLGP, (3) 2006 Cat D4GXL, (2)2005 Cat D4G, Cat D4G, (2)2005 JD 700JLGP, 2006 JD 650JLGP, (2) 2004 JD 650J, (2) 2004 JLG 650H, 2004 JD 450J, 2004 JD 450H, (2) 2007-(2) 2006 Case 850K, 2007 Komatsu D155AX-6, 2007 Komatsu D39EX, 2009 Komatsu D36EX, 43 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2007 Cat 430E (4x4), (10) New Unused Cat 420E (4x4), 2007 Cat 420E, (6) Cat 420E (4x4), (4) Cat 420D, (2) 2007 Cat 416E (4x4), Cat 416C (4x4), Cat 416C, (2) 2006-(2)2005 JD 310G (4x4), (5) 2006-2005 Case 580M (4x4), 2007 JCB 3CX-14, 2005 Komatsu WB140-2N, New Unused NH LB95B, NH B95B (4x4), 12 ASPHALT PAVERS: 2005 Cat 1050D, (2) Cat 1050D, 2007 Cat 650B, 2008 Blaw Knox PF6170, (2) 2007 Blaw Knox PF3200, Blaw Knox PF510, Blaw Knox PF200B, Blaw Knox PF172, LeeBoy 1200, Gehl T450, SHUTTLE BUGGIES: Roadtec SB2500, 3 DISTRIBUTOR TRUCKS: 2003 Ford F750 (s/), 2003 Sterling M7500 (s/a), 1985 Ford LT9000 (tri.), 2 COMPACTORS: Cat 836G, Cat 815B, 28 ASPHALT ROLLERS: (8) New Unused Cat CD54, (2) 2006 Cat CB634D, (3) 2007-2006-(2) 2005 Cat CB534D, Cat CB534C, 2006 IR DD118HF, IR ST80, 2007 IR DD70HF, 2008 IR DD38HF, 2004 IR DD24, (2) 2006 Volvo IR DD12S, 2004 Hamm HD12VV, (2) Bomag BW75AD, Ferguson, 62 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (4) 2011-2010-(2)2009 Cat CS56 (cab), 2010 CS54, (2) 2007 Cat CS563E, Cat CS563E, 2008 Cat CS433E, 2005 Cat CP433E, (3) 2007- (5) 2006- (3) 2005 IR SD100D, (3) 2005- (6) 2004 IR SD70D, (2) 2005- (2) 2004 IR SD45D, (5) 2012 Bomag BW213DH-4, 2006 Bomag BW213PDH-3, (8) 2012 Bomag BW211D, (2) 2006 Bomag BW211D-3, (8) 2007 Dynapac CA250D, REX SP600D, 2 TRENCH ROLLERS: 2006 Wacker R82SC, Multiquip P33HHMR, PNEUMATIC ROLLERS: 2006 IR PT125R, 16 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2010-2009 Cat 279C, 2007 Bobcat T300, (4) 2005 Bobcat T250, (4) 2006 Bobcat T190, 2007- (2) 2005 Takeuchi TL130, 12 SKID STEERS: 2010 Cat 252B-3, 2010 Cat 242B-2, 2010 Cat 232B-3, 2008 Case 465, (3)2005 Bobcat S150, 2006 JD 317, (2) 2012 NH L215, (2) NH L215, 3 TRENCHERS: (3) 2005 Ditch Witch RT40, 39 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2010 Cat TL1055, (3) 2008 Skytrak 10042, 2004 Skytrak 8042, (2) 2008 Skytrak 6042, 2007 Genie TL1055, (2) 2007 Genie GTH842, (2) 2007-(2) 2006 Genie GTH644, 2007 Genie GTH636, (2)2006-(4) 2005-(2) 2004 JCB 506C, JCB

506B, 2003 JLG 6G42A, 2004 JLG G641A, (3) 2008 JLG G5-18A, 2003 Gradall 544D, 2005-2004 Lull 1044C-54, (3) 2004 Lull 644E-40, 2005 Lull 644E-42,Terex TX77-45R, 2 PIGGY BACK FORKLIFTS: (2) Moffett M5000, 3 FORKLIFTS: Komatsu FG25T12, (2) TCM FCG25, 23 BOOM LIFTS: (2) 2004-2003 JLG 1350SJP (4x4), 2004 JLG 1250AJP (4x4), (2) 2004 1200SJP (4x4), (4) 2008 JLG 800AJ, (3) JLG 601S (4x4), JLG 600A (4x4), (2) JLG M600JP, (2) 2008 JLG 460SJ (4x4), (5) Genie Z60/34 (4x4), 98 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) JLG 500RTS (4x4), (3) JLG 40RTS (4x4), (2) 2008 JLG 3394, (3) JLG 33RTS (4x4), (5) 2005 JLG 3246E, 2005 JLG 2646ES, (2) 2004 JLG 2630ES (4x4), (2) 2005-2004 JLG 2032ES, (18) 2005 JLG 2030ES, (2) 2004-2003 JLG 1932E2, (48) 2004 JLG 1930ES, 2004 Genie GS2668RT (4x4), (3) 2004 Genie GS2632, 2003 Genie GS1930, (2) 2007 Skyjack 3220, 2003 Skyjack SJIII3219, 13 AIR COMPRESSORS: (2) 2012 Doosan XP375, 2007-(2) 2006 Sullair 375HDPQ, (3) 2008-(2)2006-2005 Sullair 185DPQ, Sullair 185, IR P185WJD, 2011 IR P135WIR, 14 GENERATORS: 2012 Doosan G90 75kw, (6) 2012 Doosan G40WMI-2A-T4I, (2) 2012 Doosan G25WMI-2A, 2007 Multiquip DCA85USJ2C, (2) 2006 Multiquip DCA70USIC, 2006 Magnum MMG80, 2008 Magnum MMG55, 2006 Magnum MMG35, 8 WELDERS: (3) 2005-(2) 2004 Miller Big Blue 400D, 2005 Lincoln 300D, 2003 Lincoln K2290-1, 2006 Multiquip BLW400SS, 37 LIGHT PLANTS: (10) 2012 IR LS-60HZ-T4F Lightsource, 2007 IR Lightsource, (16) 2012-(3) 2011-2010 Doosan LSC-60HZ-T4F, (2) 2010 Doosan Lightsource, 2006 Amida AL4060D4MH, 2006 Terex RL4060D4MH, (3) 2006 Magnum Pro MLT3060, SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT: 2012 Doosan MVS6, 2 PUMPS: 2006-2005 Godwin CD150M 6in., 3 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2008 Kubota L4240 (4x4), (2) JD 6420 (slope mowers), COMPACT UTILITY TRACTOR: 2008 Kubota L4240 (4x4), 3 AG TRACTORS: JD 9520, JD 9400, JD 3140 (4x4), FELLER BUNCHER: Hydro-Ax 321, CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: 2006 Multiquip WBH-16F, 5 SWEEPERS: (3) 2005 Terramite TSS38, 2005 Broce RJ350, Laymor 6HB, WATER TANKERS: Cat D25, Cat D25, Cat D20D, 12 BOOM TRUCKS: (2) 2000 w/ Terex BT3063, (2) 2000 Int’l. 4700 w/ National, (4) 1999 w/ Manitex 30100 & 2592, (2) 1999 w/ Manitex 1768, 1999 Sterling T8501 w/ Altec 2500JBT, 1998 w/ National Crane 500C, ROLLBACK TRUCK: 2007 Freightliner (t/a), DIGGER DERRICK TRUCKS: 1982 Int’l. S1800 AWD (s/a), 4 WATER TRUCKS: (2) 2008-2004 Ford F750, 2000 Int’l. 4900, WATER TANKERS: 2005 Cat 613C-II, DUMP TRUCKS: 1999 Sterling (t/a), 6 TRUCK TRACTORS: (3) 2007 Peterbilt 386 (t/a), 2004 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 1975-1974 Pacific PW-W3 (t/a), SEPTIC TRUCKS: 1993 Int’l. Paystar 5000 (tri.), 2 SERVICE TRUCKS: (2) 2004 Ford F550 (4x4), 2 PICKUP TRUCKS: Ford F350 (dually), Ford F150, VANS: 2004 Dodge Sprinter 2500, 8 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (8) 2013 Witzco RG50 50 ton (tri.), SPECIALTY TRAILER: Talbert Specialty Trailer 83ft. x 11ft. approx. (12 axle), SCISSOR LIFT TRAILER: JLG UT49 4ft. x 9ft. (t/a), RECREATIONAL & UTILITY VEHICLES: (2) 2005 JD 6x4 Gator TH, (2) 2005-2003 JD Gator 4x2, (6) 2005 Kawasaki KAF400B1, 2005 Kawasaki KAF400A1, 2005 SeaDoo RXP SuperCharger, 1996 SeaDoo 15ft. Speedster Jet Boat, 2005 Yamaha GP800R Wave Runner, 2004 Yamaha XL700 Wave Runner, 2006 Yamaha VX110 Delux Wave Runner, 2005 Yamaha VX110 Wave Runner, 2002 Yamaha XLT800 Wave Runner, 2007 179cc Baja Dirt Bike, 2005 Kawasaki Mule 3010 (4x4), 2007 Kawasaki Ultra LX, 2003 Honda Aquatrax F-12X, 2004 Polaris MSX150 Turbo, 2003 Polaris MSX140DI, 1986 SeaRay Weekender Boat, (6) 2007 Club Car XRT900, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: New Unused Doosan BX-6 Plate Compactors, Unused Doosan RX264H Upright Rammers, Battery Chargers. SPECIAL: 1963 Chevy Corvette: (24,000 original miles, split windows – perfect!) EXTRA SPECIAL MILITARY EQUIPMENT: MILITARY TANKS: 1965 Chieftain Combat Tank, MILITARY TRUCK: Mack Army Transport Truck 5 Ton , MILITARY TRAILER: Tank Retrieval Trailer. SPECIALTY TRUCK TRACTOR & TRAILER (selling in absentia): TRUCKS: 1975-1974 Pacific PW-W3 (t/a), TRAILER: Talbert Specialty Trailer 83ft. x 11ft. approx. (12 axle) DIRECTIONS: From Tampa: I-4E to Rte. 27N for 6.5 miles to Rt. 192E for 1 mile. Left on Avalon Rd. for 3 miles to sale site on left. From Orlando: I-4W to Rt. 192W for 5.5 miles, turn right on Avalon Rd. to sale site. Address: 12601 State Rd. 545 North (Avalon Rd.), Winter Garden, FL 34787. FLORIDA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #AU 0001548, FLORIDA LICENSE: #AB-1091. SALE SITE PHONE: (407) 239-2700,

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3 @ 9:00 AM

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Bidders From 34 Countries, 46 States Vie for Equipment

Two potential buyers check the side dump bucket and test the controls of a 1998 Kawasaki 65Z wheel loader.

(L-R) are Rich Hess, Norris Sales assistant rental manager and inside sales manager; Chris Bair, Eagle Power & Equipment sales representative; Don Zajick, Norris Sales president; and Dean Leonetti Sr., sales manager of Eagle Power & Equipment.

RITCHIE from page 132

George James (L) of B&J Excavating, Downingtown, Pa., and Eric Gutt of Ransome CAT, Bensalem, Pa., take time for a photo during the Ritchie Bros. auction in Conshohocken, Pa.

Rob Shirley of Ridgewood Tree Service, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., records prices aboard an Ingersoll Rand compactor.

(L-R) are Dennis Yanick, Bucks Lawn Care, New Castle, Pa.; Joe Boyle, Ritchie Bros.; and Joe Villa, Ransome CAT, Bensalem, Pa.

Fred Vilsmeier takes bids on a fuel/lube truck. Ritchie Bros. recently held an unreserved public auction for P. DiMarco Company Inc., at the company’s facility in Conshohocken, Pa.

(L-R) are Mike Breslin, Penn Jersey Machinery; Don Swasing, Schlouch Inc., Blandon, Pa.; and Tony Rosetti and Walt Joachim III, both of Penn Jersey Machinery.


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Public Auction Construction and Utility Equipment

Friday, February 22nd @ 9:00 Auction Location:

601 Christiana Ave. Wilmington, DE 19801

Please call (302) 654-1846 or Marty Piela @ (302) 530-9103 for more information

Inspection on February 20th & 21st from 8am-5pm

Visit our website for a list of inventory & pictures

www.utilityauctions.net To consign equipment to this auction please contact Marty Piela @ (302) 530-9103 Financing can be provided by Northern Atlantic Financial, LLC JoAnn Cucciarre: Office 800-710-4361 Cell 610-909-8023. All financing must be pre-approved prior to the auction

AEMP Eyes Nominations for 2013 Technician of the Year The Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP), is soliciting nominations from fleet managers and other company leaders for the 24th annual Technician of the Year honor. The 2013 award, which honors the industry’s most outstanding heavy In 2012, AEMP honored In 2012, AEMP honored equipment technicians, will Master Sergeant Jeremy Thomas Swisshelm of be presented at AEMP’s Parks, EMS, of the United Kokosing Construction management conference and States Air Forces, Europe Company with a annual meeting March 17 to with a Technician of the Technician of the Year accolade. 19, 2013 in Jacksonville, Year accolade. Fla. Applications must be In 2012, AEMP honored Master Sergeant postmarked no later than Jan. 11, 2013 to Jeremy Parks, EMS, of the United States Air receive consideration. The Technician of the Year award is spon- Forces, Europe, and Thomas Swisshelm of sored by John Deere and presented to one Kokosing Construction Company with technician from both the public and private Technician of the Year accolades. The Technician of the Year honor is open sectors. AEMP created the award to acknowledge professionals who exhibit to the entire equipment management indusexcellence in technical skills as well as trou- try. Both AEMP members and non-members bleshooting and diagnostic capabilities. It may nominate as well as receive a nominaalso recognizes those who make significant tion. For more information, visit aemp.org/ contributions to the equipment technician people/technician-of-the-year. profession.

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Allied Construction Products, LLC is celebrating its 70th year as a manufacturer and distributor of attachments and equipment. Allied, which began as a small steel business, has evolved as a leader in construction product technology. Allied designs, manufactures and distributes these specialty products primarily for the construction and mining industries and for other industries/applications where its products are readily adaptable. Five hard working people and one product (Grip-Lug) were the foundation of Amalgamated Steel which later became Allied Steel & Tractor Products Inc. (now known as Allied Construction Products LLC). The operations began in 1942 at 19200 Cranwood Parkway, Cleveland, Ohio. Later, Allied relocated to 5800 Harper Road, Solon, Ohio, and is now headquartered at 3900 Kelley Ave., Cleveland, Ohio, in the Midtown Corridor where a wide-assortment of

construction equipment attachments are produced. The Allied complex with fifty plus employees covers nearly 70,000 sq. ft. where manufacturing and assembly take place of all products. Allied provides products through its distributor network. Ed Turner, president and CEO, said that “the strong relationship with our distributors is built on mutual confidence which is Allied’s major success. Allied’s distributors, because of the communication and support, get to the heart of customer service. With our distributor organization, we give our customers local sales and service support.” Turner stated further that “the most important thing to us is maintaining customer uptime. We do this with a top-notch [high performance] sales team. Distributors who have been with Allied for 20-30 years are the real testament to our successful distributor network.” Allied honored five of these distrib-

utors including Leslie Equipment Company, Van-Ed Equipment, Highway Equipment Company, The G. W. Van Keppel Company and Strongco Equipment for their continuous sales and service performance at the company’s recent incentive trip to the Big Island of Hawaii. The fact that Allied is celebrating its 70th anniversary demonstrates its commitment to the construction market. Allied has been an AEM (formerly known as CIMA) member since 1978, an Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) member since January 1959 and a ConExpoCon/AGG exhibitor since 1981. The company also is a member of the National Demolition Association (formerly known as NADC), the National Stone Association (NSA), the American Rental Association and the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI). For more information, call 216/4312600 or visit www.AlliedCP.com.


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

ELLIOTT & FRANTZ INC ....................................32,96

MUNICIBID.COM ..................................................140

AIM ATTACHMENTS ................................................69

EQUIP-SALE AND LEASING CORP ....................122

NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ..............57

ALEX LYON & SON INC

EQUIPMENT MART OF NEW YORK ......................31

OPDYKE INC ..........................................................36

PLAN AHEAD CALENDAR ..........................129

ERRICKSON EQUIPMENT INC ............................116

PAVEMENT RECYCLERS/BAGELA USA ................98

HARRISBURG PA 12/21

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

PEMBERTON INC ..................................................69

ALBANY NY 12/28........................................131

FIVE STAR EQUIPMENT INC ................................50

PENN JERSEY MACHINERY ..............................5,17

MANASSAS VA 1/12

FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ................................56

PETERSON PACIFIC CORP ................................116

CLEVELAND OH 1/19 ..................................133

FLUID POWER ......................................................124

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC

KISSIMMEE FL 02/02-10..............................137

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

ELMWOOD PARK NJ 01/30 ........................134

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

FRANK MARTIN & SONS ........................................36

PINE BUSH EQUIPMENT CO ................................25

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

GEHL PAVER ..........................................................96

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

ASPHALT CARE EQUIPMENT ................................88

GEORGE & SWEDE SALES ..................................56

POWERSCREEN MID ATLANTIC ..........................61

BARGAINS ............................................................125

GOMACO CORP ......................................................98

PRO-TEC ................................................................51

BEST LINE EQUIPMENT ........................................19

GSE&E GARDEN STATE ENGINE & EQUIPMENT....35

RANSOME CAT ..........................................2,32,54,56

BID SPOTTER ......................................................141

H & L TOOTH CO ....................................................65

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

H & R PARTS ..........................................................37

BOBCAT COMPANY ..............................................105

H O PENN MACHINERY CO INC ..........................16

BOMAG ....................................................................93

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

BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT CO............6

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

BROOKSIDE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..................47

HILL INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS ..............................6

C N WOOD CO INC ................................................49

HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............103

CAPITAL TRACTOR INC ........................................36

HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT INC ..................................29

CASE CONSTRUCTION ........................................68

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ............71

CAT AUCTION SERVICES

IRON PLANET

ORLANDO FL 2/15-16..................................139 CATERPILLAR INC ............................................41,43

WESTERN AUCTION PREMIER 01/30-31 ..135 ITL AUCTIONEERING

RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ..........................144 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ............................62 ROSCO MFG CO ....................................................99 RUDD EQUIPMENT ................................................39 SAKAI AMERICA INC

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SANY AMERICA INC ..............................................62 SHORQUIP SUPPLY INC ........................................79 SOUTHEASTERN EQUIPMENT CORP ..................51 STEPHENSON EQUIPMENT INC ..........................11 STU HARRIS ........................................................128 TAKEUCHI ............................................................100 TEREX COMPACT ..................................................55

CEG SCALE MODELS ............................................58

UPCOMING AUCTION ................................141

CLARK EQUIPMENT RENTAL & SALES ................59

J D EQUIPMENT ....................................................32

CLASSIFIEDS ........................................................126

JCB INC ..................................................................63

CLASSIFIEDS ........................................................127

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

CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO ..........26

JFW EQUIPMENT INC ............................................88

COMPANY WRENCH ..............................................51

JOHN DEERE ........................................................111

TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ............................81

CONSTRUCTION CRANE & TRACTOR INC ..........87

JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ................................123

TRENCHTECH ........................................................77

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ..74,84,120,128

KING OF PRUSSIA EQUIPMENT CORP ................45

UTILITY AUCTIONS INC

COSTANZI CRANE & RIGGING CO INC ..............116

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ............................66,109

WILMINGTON DE 02/22 ..............................140

CREAN EQUIPMENT ............................................124

KUBOTA ................................................................107

VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC ................................83

DAVE HALLMAN CHEVROLET ..............................62

KUBOTA SVL ..........................................................113

VOLVO COMPACTION ............................................95

DEACON EQUIPMENT CO INC ..............................54

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VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT-NA............72

DITCH WITCH ........................................................81

LEEBOY ..................................................................86

WANTED ................................................................136

DOMINICS EQUIPMENT ........................................46

MACHINERY SERVICES INC ..................................6

WEACO ....................................................................45

DW EQUIPMENT SALES ........................................54

MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS ..............................97

WESTCHESTER TRACTOR INC ............................22

DYNAPAC ................................................................91

MESSICK’S ..............................................................46

WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT INC ..............................54

EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS ..................................53

METSO MINERALS SCREENING ........................119

WIRTGEN AMERICA ..............................................89

EAGLE POWER & EQUIPMENT CORP ..............143

MIKE ZYNDORF LLC ..............................................28

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

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

MILTON CAT ......................................................35,38

YANMAR AMERICA - ............................................117

TEREX LOADER BACKHOES ..............................112 TOKU AMERICA ......................................................49 TRACEY ROAD EQUIPMENT INC ..........................15 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT SALES ........................33

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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 2012. 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

Dean J. Leonetti

S. Montgomery Co.

Phila Co. & Bucks Co.

Bucks & N. Montgomery Counties

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

Delaware Co. & S. Chester Co.

215/870-4546

215/680-9203

215/870-8567

302/530-9134

610/420-4770

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

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

302/354-1947

215/783-1847

Dean R. Leonetti, Sales Manager

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

215/699-5871

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

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


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