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“The Nation’s Best Read Construction Newspaper… Founded in 1957.” Your Ohio Connection: Ed Bryden, Strongsville, OH • 1-800-810-7640

OAIMA Holds Annual Trade Show, Meeting

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he Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association’s annual meeting was held Nov. 15 and 16 at the Hilton at Easton in Columbus, Ohio. (L-R): The crew from Stone Product, Inc., Mark Johnson, Bruce Manwaring, Dan Fugate, Tom Kovesci and Norma The event kicked off with a brief business meeting and Hupp discussed their line of mining and aggregate processing equipment with attendees. elections and a talk by legendary OSU football coach, Earl Bruce. Educational sessions were conducted throughout the two-day event covering topics ranging from recent water quality regulations compliance issues to cone crusher productivity maximization. The trade show featured nearly sixty equipment dealers, industry service and product providers and manufacturers with table top displays promoting the latest equipment, products and services geared toward Ohio’s aggregate industry. OAIMA and show exhibitors sponsored a reception following the first day’s sessions. An awards brunch was held at the close of the second day’s sessions. Event sponsors included Eagle Crusher Company, Murphy Tractor & Equipment, Process Machinery, Inc. and (L-R): Process Machinery’s Daniel Miles, David Miles Murphy Tractor & Equipment’s Mike Little (L) and Eric Stone Products, Inc. see OAIMA page 5

and Gary Honchell were in from Kentucky for the show.

Todd Shephard (L) and Brian James of Rudd Equipment Company discussed applications for Volvo equipment in aggregate operations.

Bischoff were on hand to discuss their line of John Deere equipment.

(L-R): Ohio CAT’s team of aggregates industry specialists Kyle Bodkin, Chris Harris and Ned Herald were eager to discuss their line of Cat, IROCK and Screen Machine machines.


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‘Buckeye State’ Highway Lettings

The Ohio State Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. The following is a list of some of the projects let. Project No: 120529 Type: Two lane resurfacing. Location: BRO-SR-131-0.00. State Estimate: $1,124,000 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Shelly Company, Thornville, Ohio — $1,066,999 • Brown County Asphalt Inc., Georgetown, Ohio — $1,106,125 • John R Jurgensen Company, Cincinnati, Ohio — $1,117,542 • Barrett Paving Materials Inc., Middletown, Ohio — $1,225,213 Completion Date: Oct. 31, 2013 Project No: 120531 Type: Guardrail rebuilding. Location: MOE-VA-GR-FY2013. State Estimate: $1,001,000 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • PDK Construction Inc., Pomeroy, Ohio — $856,824 • Lake Erie Construction Company, Norwalk, Ohio — $888,425 • M P Dory Company, Columbus, Ohio — $977,231 • Green Acres Contracting Company Inc., Scottdale, Pa. — $1,022,334 Completion Date: Oct. 31, 2013 Project No: 120541 Type: New construction. Location: PIC-SR-762-11.18. State Estimate: $13,005,000 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Fechko Excavating Inc., Medina, Ohio — $10,779,005 • Miller Brothers Construction Inc., Archbold, Ohio — $11,214,013 • Trucco Construction Company Inc., Delaware, Ohio — $11,496,904 • George J Igel & Company Inc., Columbus, Ohio — $11,643,980 • Beaver Excavating Company, Canton, Ohio — $11,700,327 • Double Z Construction Company, Columbus, Ohio — $11,969,972 • Kokosing Construction Company Inc., Columbus, Ohio — $12,462,713 • Kenmore Construction Company Inc., Akron, Ohio — $12,646,331 • Complete General Construction Company, Columbus, Ohio — $12,706,021 • Eagle Bridge Company, Sidney, Ohio — $13,225,620 • Shelly & Sands Inc., Columbus, Ohio — $13,414,467 • Cox Paving LLC, Leesburg, Ohio — $13,533,114 • R B Jergens Contractors Inc., Vandalia, Ohio — $13,626,209 Completion Date: Oct. 15, 2014

Project No: 128035 Type: Spot safety. Location: HAM-US-22-3.54. State Estimate: $1,103,000 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • A & A Safety Inc., Amelia, Ohio — $1,125,282 • Interstate Road Management Corp, Hazleton, Pa. — $1,152,667 Completion Date: June 30, 2013 Project No: 120542 Type: Bridge replacement (1 bridge). Location: ATH-US-50-38.06. State Estimate: $2,375,000 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Shelly & Sands Inc., Columbus, Ohio — $2,312,112 • George J Igel & Company Inc., Columbus, Ohio — $2,324,586 • Double Z Construction Company, Columbus, Ohio — $2,519,823 • Trucco Construction Company Inc., Delaware, Ohio — $2,529,897 • Marucci & Gaffney Excavating Company, Youngstown, Ohio — $2,541,990 • Alan Stone Company Inc., Cutler, Ohio — $2,863,223 • Complete General Construction Company, Columbus, Ohio — $2,959,903 Completion Date: Oct. 1, 2013

Project No: 120543 Type: Bridge replacement (2 bridges). Location: CRA-SR-103-(17.87)(22.77). State Estimate: $1,075,000 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • R & I Construction Inc., Tiffin, Ohio — $1,046,577 • Rietschlin Construction Inc., Crestline, Ohio — $1,076,873 • Eagle Bridge Company, Sidney, Ohio — $1,215,422 • Miller Brothers Construction Inc., Archbold, Ohio — $1,264,835 • Complete General Construction Company, Columbus, Ohio — $1,271,537 • Shelly & Sands Inc., Columbus, Ohio — $1,306,946 • DOT Construction Corp., Canfield, Ohio — $1,326,447 Completion Date: Aug. 31, 2013 Project No: 120544 Type: Noise walls. Location: CUY-IR-90-23.93. State Estimate: $2,470,000 Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Great Lakes Construction Company, Hinckley, Ohio — $1,545,099 • Future Fence Company, Warren, Mich. — $1,677,771 • Schirmer Construction LLC, North Olmsted, Ohio — $2,023,006 • Perk Company Inc., Cleveland, Ohio – $2,153,822 Completion Date: Sept. 30, 2013


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Columbus Equipment Co. Celebrates 60 Years as Ohio Dealer

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On April 1, 1952, Willis “Bill” Early purchased the firm of Carroll & Edwards—the company for which he had been working as a heavy construction equipment salesman—and officially renamed and incorporated it as Columbus Equipment Company. Still headquartered at the original location in Columbus, Ohio, Columbus Equipment Company now serves customers from 10 locations throughout the state, and proudly celebrates 60 years of success in 2012. “We work hard to live up to, and exceed, the expectations of our customers,” said Columbus Equipment Company President Josh Stivison. “We would not be looking back on 60 years of strong working partnerships if it weren’t for their

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Show Features Latest Services for Aggregate Industry OAIMA from page 1

(L-R): Hall Industrial’s Rob Kidd, Jamie Logan and Scott George had plenty of equipment solutions to discuss with attendees at the show.

(L-R): Columbus Equipment Company’s Bob Stewart, Art Davidson, and Jeff Richards welcome attendees to the show. see OAIMA page 7


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ODOT Eliminates Delays for Five Major Highway Projects The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) announced that it will move up by as much as a decade the start dates for five major highway projects due to funds made available by improved in-house efficiencies and an unexpected bump in federal funds. “The sooner we can move forward with needed highway projects the sooner those projects can start helping boost Ohio’s economy and create jobs. Community leaders are good about sharing with us the importance of specific new road or bridge projects and these actions today demonstrate that we’re listening,” said ODOT Director Jerry Wray.

“Governor Kasich has pushed us to find new ways to get these projects built, because he knows that this is a way to put Ohioans back to work and help keep motorists to be safe on our roadways. We’re not giving up and will continue to work to find new revenue to put towards vital transportation improvements.” Construction dates for all five projects were delayed more than a decade when ODOT announced this past January a $1.6 billion budget hole that put the brakes on the construction on some of the state’s largest, most complex transportation projects.

The projects moving forward are: Cuyahoga County The next phase of the Lakefront West project will extend and relocate West 73rd Street and construct a new bridge under the Norfolk Southern Railroad to access the West Shoreway and Edgewater Park. In order to get shovels into the ground next year, ODOT is investing $12 million in the project combined with $7 million from the city of Cleveland and $15 million from the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA). Franklin County The initial phase of the I-270 project will include the construction of two new express lanes from I-270 to U.S. Route 23 north. The lanes will actually go under the existing U.S. Route 23 and reemerge just north of the Franklin County line, bypassing traffic lights, reducing congestion and improving motorist safety. Franklin County This downtown project will include the construction of a new bridge from I-70 on Mound Street and a second new bridge over I-70 on 18th Street. Construction for both projects could begin as soon as next summer. Clermont County This project is a phase of the Eastern Corridor in southwest Ohio. It will include the reconstruction of an interchange at I-275 and U.S. 32 to accommodate traffic increases and help reduce congestion. Hamilton County This project will construct phase six of the Mill Creek Expressway and includes the replacement and reconstruction of a railroad bridge located south of SR 562 on I-75. In January, ODOT announced a $1.6 billion transportation funding crisis that resulted in pushing back by decades some of the state’s largest construction projects. But by June, the agency was able to redirect more than $400 million through improved department efficiency, workforce and vehicle fleet reductions, higher than projected gas tax receipts, the elimination of federal earmarks and savings from a mild winter. That money was used to help plug a portion of the budget hole and meant that future delays for some construction projects were significantly reduced or eliminated. ODOT continues to explore options to generate additional revenue, including public-private partnerships and leveraging state-owned assets like rest areas and the Ohio Turnpike.


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Sessions Come to Close With Reception, Awards Brunch

(L-R): AGGCORP’s Ken Clemons and Rob Armbruster teamed up with Tyler Trowbridge of Terex Materials Processing to discuss Powerscreen equipment.

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Aggregate Manufacturing International’s Mike Garard was in attendance at the OAIMA trade show.

Reco Rob Barnett of Reco Equipment was on hand to discuss Kawasaki wheel loaders and other material handling equipment.

(L-R): At Southeastern Equipment Company’s display, Charlie Patterson and Doug Neff are joined by Greg Gerbus of Terex Construction and Southeastern Equipment Company’s Jon Wickline.

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