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Yates Construction Prefers GOMACO...8

Long-Awaited Widening of North Carolina’s I-26 Begins

Remembering Kenneth R. Richbourg...25

Earthmoving and clearing work conducted along I-26 eastbound in Buncombe County contribute toward the more than 1 million cu. yds. of excavating undertaken for this project.

By Lori Lovely

After years of planning, environmental studies and even lawsuits, the North Carolina Department of Transportation is relieved to see the start of a widening project on Interstate 26 between Hendersonville and Asheville. “The project has been on the books 15 years, and people have been begging for it even longer,” said NCDOT Communications Officer David Uchiyama. That’s because the volume of traffic is up. “There’s increased capacity,” explained Nathan Moneyham, NCDOT Division 13 assistant construction engineer, who’s overseeing the Buncombe County project. “Western North Carolina is a popular spot.” This 18-mi. section is used daily by locals, is a commercial route to the Port of Charleston and sees visitor traffic from Ohio Valley residents on their way to the beach. “This corridor is regionally important for the eastern part of the U.S.,” stated Mike Patton, NCDOT engineer for Division 14. He describes the heavily traveled corridor as the “route to get to southern beaches.” Anyone traveling to the seaside from Tennessee, Ohio or elsewhere in the Midwest is “coming through here.” That also applies to the 375,000 residents in Buncombe and Henderson counties. Traffic counts in 2017 compiled by the DOT indicate a volume of 84,000 vehicles a day near I-40, slightly fewer in southern Buncombe County (82,000) and substantially less traffic in Henderson County (67,000).


Overview To accommodate traffic increases, the ambitious and highly anticipated project will widen 16.9 mi. of I-26 from U.S. 64 in Hendersonville to Brevard Road in Asheville. Expanding most of that distance from four to eight lanes will contribute to safer and more efficient travel, while increasing capacity to handle existing volume and accommodate future growth. According to NCDOT, some sections currently operate at “levels of see CAROLINA page 52

New Life for Recycled Pavement...33

Table of Contents .........4 Paving Section ......33-49 Parts Section ..............50

Economists Make 2020 Construction Predictions By Lucy Perry CEG CORRESPONDENT

Business Calendar......72 Auction Profiles Section ................................78-85 Advertisers Index .......86

Construction economists are not sugarcoating their outlook on the industry in 2020. The Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation forecasts slower growth in the economy next year, and predicts equipment investment will be weak. The Associated General Contractors and the Association of

Equipment Manufacturers also expect moderate growth in the construction market. Though not the rosiest picture, there are bright spots. In fact, equipment sales are actually on somewhat of an expansion track. Ken Simonson, AGC chief economist, forecasts growth in public, private The healthiest construction segments in 2020 will likenonresidential, and multifamily con- ly include highway and street construction, transstruction. portation facilities and power and energy, believes the see FORECAST page 60

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A Greensboro, N.C., project is making use of asphalt for walking trails; but local contractor, Yates Construction Company, believes concrete may make for the better path due to its recent work with GOMACO’s 3300 slipform paver.









Multi-Craft Contractors Inc. of Springdale, Ark., completed the purchase of a Link-Belt 210-ton (185-t) ATC-3210 all-terrain crane in order to meet growing lifting demands of northwest Arkansas.

Kenneth R. Richbourg, 77, of Savannah, Ga., died Dec. 28, 2019. He started in the equipment business with Van Lott in Columbia, S.C., in 1963. After almost 18 years, he started his own company, Southeastern Machinery.

The American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) has presented its 2019 Hartmann-Hirschman-Egan Award to Peter Deem, Holcim (U.S.) (retired) and Leet Denton/ACPA Honorary Life Member.

bidadoo’s weekly online auctions have moved to daytime on Tuesdays. After 16 years of evening auctions, many factors have prompted this move, including access to mobile technology.

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers announced that Ann Fandozzi has become chief executive officer and has joined the company’s board of directors, effective Jan. 6, 2020. Most recently, Fandozzi was CEO of ABRA Auto Body & Glass.

ACPA presented its 2019 Marlin J. Knutson Award for Technical Achievement to Paul Jaworski of Minnich Manufacturing in recognition of Jaworski’s more than 40 years of expertise in concrete vibration and consolidation technology.

Volvo CE continues to improve productivity potential with its basic package of Dig Assist, now standard on new EC220E to EC480E excavator models, and Load Assist system now standard on new L150H to L260H wheel loader models.

Raken, the top-rated mobile field operations solution for the construction industry, has announced the launch of Production Tracking, a better way to manage productivity in the field.

John Deere has enhanced its lineup of five small-frame G-Series skid steers and compact track loaders, providing operators with even more power and efficiency on the job site.

For new construction projects in areas with acidic soils, keeping curb boxes in good working order is critical to avoid compromised water service, angry customers and costly repair and replacement.

Growers Equipment Co. recently moved its Miami location from 8013 NW 66th St. to 4801 NW 77th Ave. The move to the new location almost tripled the space from the previous location.

The future of asphalt pavements in America could be decided in the rolling hills of eastern Alabama at the National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT) on a closed 1.7-mile track.

Takeuchi-US has announced Mountain Farm International as a new dealer. Located in Crossville, Tenn., the dealer will provide sales, service, parts and rental to customers throughout Middle Tennessee.

The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) welcomed Steven Shivak as director of membership. Shivak brings more than 15 years of experience implementing strategies that have increased member satisfaction and retention.











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Yates Prefers Using GOMACO for Charting Smoother Path

(L-R): Darin Lansink, Rodney Harper and Vinnie Miller, all of GOMACO Corp.; Kirk Macemore, Jonathan Law and Kurt Held, all of Carolina Cat; Bob Yates Sr. and Bret Arnold, both of Yates Construction Company.


The city of Greensboro is currently in the midst of executing an ambitious plan to construct a circular walkway around North Carolina’s third-most populous municipality that pedestrians can use with ease. The project is largely making use of asphalt for Greensboro’s walking trails; however, local contractor Yates Construction Company Inc. believes that concrete may make for the better path moving forward due to its recent work with GOMACO’s 3300 slipform paver. Paving hasn’t always been on the menu for Yates Construction, a family-owned company that started out as a water, sewer and storm-drain contractor working solely on pipes back when Bob Yates founded the business in 1976. In the mid-80s, Yates branched out and expanded to include grading projects — think more along the lines of site prep. Then over the next decade, the company gradually began adding roadway projects. “As of right now, it’s roughly a 60/40 split between roadway projects and site development projects with roadways being the 60 percent,” Vice President Bret Arnold told CEG. Aside from championing the benefits of concrete versus asphalt as a paving base, Yates is busy working on a different contract for the city of Greensboro to improve roughly 3.5 mi. of Horse Pen Creek Road. A whole host of machines is being utilized for the $25 million project, including the GOMACO 3300, which helps crew members complete

curb and gutter work. A unique feature of the 3300 is its ability to pave on either the right or left side, which is an advantage for paving operations because it allows operators to pour in the same direction as traffic. Additionally, Yates was sold by the 3300 being Trimble-compatible like the rest of its equipment fleet, as well as the manufacturer’s alliance with Carolina Cat, which has been a GOMACO dealer since 2010. “We have a very strong relationship internally with Carolina Cat, and we found out that [they were] a GOMACO dealer,” Arnold explained when detailing Yates’ Yates crew members love taking a ride on the company’s GOMACO 3300 slipform paver.

Yates Construction Company founder Bob Yates Sr. gets up close to the action.

thought process as a buyer. “After sitting down meeting with the parties there at Carolina Cat, they assured us that they would maintain parts and supply for GOMACO. Once we had their commitment, all the boxes were checked, and we decided to go with the GOMACO machine.” Already having the Trimble 3-D paving control system was important to Yates because it not only saves the company money by not having to update other machines, but it also will pay for itself in the long run due to its efficiency. According to

GOMACO, the benefits of the Trimble PCS900 Paving Control System for slipform pavers includes improved site logistics and safety, better yield, increased smoothness and less rework and grinding. Arnold said there were other paving machine options available in Yates’ local area, although none of them came Trimbleready. Instead, those potential alternatives featured another system, and Yates leadership was not interested in converting its entire fleet. “We already know how to operate all of the Trimble stuff,” Arnold stated, before adding that transitioning the new machine was easier because of that familiarity among operators. To Yates’ road crew members, the biggest positive of using GOMACO’s 3300 is not having to set a string line down — a timely process made difficult by the hard ground in which the machine is paving over. With the 3300, operators instead can just go on top of that asphalt base and start pouring without setting any pesky pins. The 3300 features rotary-sensored slew drives on each track that allow for adjustments and pivots from both the right and left side of the machine, an impossible task for hydraulic cylinder machines to accomplish. Bob Yates Sr. has long been a partner with Carolina Cat since forming the company in 1976. He was initially teamed with new sales rep Ned Story, and the two formed a lasting relationship that allowed many years of success for each of them. Today, Kurt Held of Carolina Cat handles the relationship that made the selection of the GOMACO machine a natural choice for Yates Construction.  CEG

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Arkansas Company Purchases Link-Belt ATC-3210 Crane Multi-Craft Contractors Inc. of Springdale, Ark., completed purchase of a Link-Belt 210-ton (185-t) ATC-3210 all-terrain crane in order to meet growing lifting demands of northwest Arkansas. Multi-Craft began operations in 1972, and services mechanical, electrical, fabrication and HVAC industries, along with other commercial and industrial needs. A recreational facility in Rogers, Ark., requires the ATC3210 lift into place 900 ft. (274 m) of 19,000 lb. (8,618 kg) box culverts for drainage that will flow into a nearby storm water basin. The pre-dug trench is 19 ft. (5.7 m) deep and side sloped with the ATC-3210 lifting culverts up to a 70 ft. (21 m) radius with 168 ft. (51.2 m) of boom out. Operator Weston Glenn said the arrangement for the first box culverts was critical to keep the boxes aligned properly. Once the first few sections are in place, all others interlock accordingly. “I love the machine. It is strong, and the fine metering is an awesome feature. This new all-terrain gives you more freedom with the controls. With fine metering in place, you barely push it or push it all the way, it is only going to go so slow or so fast. It has great stability and handles well riding down the road with its hydraulic suspension,” Glenn said. Customer Input Multi-Craft has stayed busy with a varying list of applications since taking ownership of the new ATC-3210 in late 2018. From work on cell towers, boiler replacement and HVAC maintenance, Multi-craft utilizes the versatility of the ATC-3210 by sending it out with a three-piece offset fly, renting it down with 58,000 lbs. of counterweight, or using a

boom-dolly to mobilize to nearby Joplin, Mo. “Link-Belt listens to operators and customers and builds to those needs. I did a load chart comparison with the same amount of counterweight; same amount of boom for the projects we encounter most, and Link-Belt out-charted the competition between 100 to 180 ft. radii. This 3210 is in the ‘sweet’ spot for our projects. As a result, we can use less counterweight requiring fewer trucks. That’s a cost savings for us and the customer,” said Crane and Rigging Manager

Multi-Craft has stayed busy with a varying list of applications since taking ownership of the new ATC-3210 in late 2018.

Ed Clifton “We’ve had excellent service from Link-Belt and Lyle Machinery. Even our older machines that date back to 2006 — we have received parts within a day if quickly needed. Service is important to us. Having the part overnighted is an advantage while other competitive brands usually take several days to get parts. Link-Belt’s parts warehouse is pretty massive,” said Clifton. For more information, visit 

A recreational facility in Rogers, Ark., required the ATC-3210 to lift into place 900 ft. (274 m) of 19,000 lb. (8,618 kg) box culverts for drainage that will flow into a nearby storm water basin.

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Rapid Growth Drives bidadoo to Daytime Online Auctions bidadoo’s weekly online auctions have moved to daytime on Tuesdays. After 16 years of evening auctions, many factors have prompted this move, including access to mobile technology, growth of buyer base, more commercial grade equipment, more professional buyers and a better buyer experience. Several factors have contributed to the decision to move to a daytime Tuesday bidadoo auction: • 61 percent mobile participation — today’s mobile devices enable anytime, anywhere auction participation via mobile friendly sites and applications. Sixteen years ago, bidders were more tied to their desktops to participate in online auctions. A new generation of equipment buyers now prefer to source equipment online during the day. • 205 percent growth in U.S. Eastern region bidders on bidadoo equipment. bidadoo grew starting from the west coast of the United States. Over time, bidadoo’s North American footprint has greatly increased — with a great build-up of sellers, bidders and buyers from the Midwest and East coast regions, Canada, Latin America

“We have committed to setting the standard for the best buying experience for used equipment, trucks and capital assets, and will continue to innovate, and improve for our customers.” Howard Hawk bidadoo

and around the world. Daytime auctions are now much more convenient for these bidders. • 300 percent growth in the number of items selling over $100,000: 2018 vs. 2019 YTD. Sellers are seeing greater returns of more commercial grade equipment through bidadoo’s auctions. This type of equipment attracts a more professional buyer, who often sources equipment during the day.

“Moving our auction to a daytime format is just the next evolution of supporting our global equipment buyers. Sixteen years ago, end-user buyers needed a computer to access and effectively participate in our online auctions. Now, most of our activity is from endusers and 61 percent of the participation in our auctions is through mobile devices (phones and tablets). Our bidders and buyers can participate anytime and from anywhere.

With a focus on supporting true end-user buyers of equipment, we now better enable their participation via a format and time that supports their busy lives,” said Howard Hawk, president of bidadoo. bidadoo’s sourcing of higher grade equipment from larger national account sellers also has been a factor in moving the auctions to a daytime format. Today, bidadoo works with many of the largest equipment owners in the world looking to sell larger fleets of quality equipment — such as late-model construction equipment, cranes and trucks. “The buyer of a $130,000 wheel loader and $270,000 recent crane sale is a professional fleet buyer or equipment owner. Their buying decision is central to what they do to supply equipment to their fleet. This buyer is best supported with our daytime auctions and services. We have committed to setting the standard for the best buying experience for used equipment, trucks and capital assets, and will continue to innovate, and improve for our customers,” said Hawk. For more information, visit 

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PAR ARTS 2543835/86375 C-15 Industrial engine GRTO

Arm, Used, 1756353/81458, HIGH LIFT ARMS, BORES NEED MACHINED Arm, Used, 4E7522/63584, GUTO Inspected standard lift 988F arm Arm, Used, 2357301/67960, GUTO Inspected 930G Standard lift arm 2357301 Arm, Used, 1157044/68123, Good used take off arm, all bores inspected, no cracks Cat # 1157044 Standard lift Arm, Used, 1133727/73616, TAKE OFF- BEARINGS NEED REPLACED Axle, Used, 1725385/80027, Good used take out rear axle, visual inspection of diff and wheel grps Axle, Used, 1294281/80918, Good used take out rear axle, visual inspection of diff and planetary grps Axle, Used, 2327558.75, Good used take off rear 980H Axle, includes front and rear trunion mounts Inspected and painted Axle, Used, 2327559/75004, Good used take off front (fixed) axle group for 980H Inspected and painted Axle, Used, 1080060/71964, Good used take off front (fixed) axle from 980G Inspected Axle, Used, 1079680/68122, Good sued take off rear (OSC) axle from 980G Inspected Axle, Used, 1079680/68769, Good used take off rear (OSC) axle from 980G Inspected Axle, Used, 1725386/80028, Good used take off rear (OSC) axle Inspected Axle, Used, 1383121/35700, GUTO REAR AXLE GROUP, 1383121 SUITES 950G/962G/IT62G Axle, Used, 2677380/71827, Rebuilt rear axle, includes Rebearinged trunions. Part# 2677380 Axle, Used, 1079680/71963, Good used inspected rear axle. Axle, Used, 1378832/68732, Good used rear axle, inspected. No trunion support housings. Includes 1378851 diff, 1929822 wheel groups Blade, Angle, Used, 2516113/79792 Blade, Angle, Used, 3787905/84481, Used take off D6T XL Angle blade group C Frame has slight "tweak" Blade, Other, Used, 1435472/85790, GOOD USED NEEDS 263-1772 BEARINGS/TRUNNIONS Blade, SU, Used, 234000/81380 Blade, SU, Used, 2275439/87326, D8R/T SU complete blade group Blade, SU, Used, 1021904/87327, Good used take off D9T SU Blade Blade only Blade, SU, New, 2234000, New Cat D6T SU Blade Blade, U, Used, 1307751/83919, D10T U BLADE MOLDBOARD ONLY NO CUTTING EDGES, FROG IN GOOD CONDITION Booms, Used, 1679845/79926, GOOD USED TAKE OFF BOOM SUITS 345B 22.6' 6.9M NEW BEARINGS ALL BORES MACHINED TO CAT SPEC Booms, Used, 1473878/81700, GUTO 25.6' CAT # 1473878 Booms, Used, 1155417/81847, GOOD USED TAKE OFF BOOM 1155417 SUITS 5230 Booms, Used, 2444155/88289, GOOD USED 24' 7.3 M MASS EX Booms, Used, 5I3412/54544, GUTO BOOM 4300 mm / 14.1 ft SUITES 311/312 Booms, Used, 2343799/50540, Good used take off 242" ( 6150mm / 20.17') Reach Boom Booms, Used, MS3194, LONG REACH BOOM & STICK FOR 320 USED CALL FOR DETAILS Bucket, GP, New, 3719068/84744, NEW CAT BARE DB LINK 60" SD Bucket, GP, Used, 1098156/78252, QUICK COUPLER STYLE BUCKET BUCKET ONLY DOES NOT INCLUDE QUICK COUPLER GOOD USED 2.25 CY3 Bucket, GP, Used, 1098156/78252, GOOD USED 953D QUICK COUPLER STYLE BUCKET Bucket, Other, New, THSB/56740NEW TOMAHAWK BRAND STUMP BUCKET, SUITS MOST ALL BRANDS OF SKID STEERS Bucket, Other, Used, BU3844, Rockland Brand Trapezoidal bucket 60" on top, 24" on bottom Model ETZ 1.57 CY3 Very good used Bucket, Rock, Used, 5V5601/60577, REPAIRED AS NEEDED Cab, EROPS, Used, 1726070/81852, Good used 5230 Cab grp Cab, EROPS, Used, 2521415/86445GUTO CAB MEETS ROPS RE CERTIFICATION GUIDELINES REPAIRED AS REQUIRED Cab, EROPS, Used, 1674447/73254, Good used take off 777D CAB Cab, EROPS, Used, 1535485/85332, Good used take off Cab suits AXM Prefix Cab, EROPS, Used, 1535485/81904, COMPLETE CAB GRP PAINT IS FAIR- NEEDS PAINTED SUITS 740 AXMCab, EROPS, Used, 1535485/81920, GUTO PAINT IS FAIR- NEEDS PAINTED SUITS 740 AXMCab, EROPS, Used, 1794221/67953, GUTO CAB SUITS 980G Cab, EROPS, Used, 1532915/86222, GOOD USED TAKE OFF 365BL CAB Cab, EROPS, Used, 1573739/79847, Good used take off cab # 1573739 Cab, EROPS, Used, 3T8106/36149, EROPS Cab, recondtioned suits D10 84W Cab, EROPS, Used, 1118549/50331, GOOD USED TAKE OFF CAB GRP FITS D9R/D10R/D11R Cab, EROPS, Used, 7U4400/40232, GOOD USED D350E CAB 7U4400 Cab, EROPS, Used, 1097922/65276, Good used take off cab, inspected Fits 980G 2KR PART# 1097922 Cab, EROPS, Used, 1276516/75461, GUTO CAB Glass needs replaced, sold as is


1356158/87486 D6M LGP Final drives Rebuilt

Cab, EROPS, Used, 1674447/74762, GUTO VERY CLEAN CAB 1253367 DASH PANEL CRACKED MONITOR PANEL BAD INSPECTED FOR MSHA RE-CERT Cab, ROPS, Used, 1118549/69078, Good used D10R Cab C-Frame, Used, 3341767/66973, Like new take off C Frame assembly Counterweight, Used, 3672332/84079, NEW CAT SURPLUS 1000 LB COUNTERWEIGHT CAT PART# 367-2332 Counterweight, Used, 3672331/84078, NEW CAT SURPLUS CAT# 3672331 1000 LBS Counterweight, Used, 2173654/88352, GOOD USED TAKE OFF 4515 LBS 47.5" X 32.5" X 32" Counterweight, Used, 1146030/65810, 2300 LB Counterweight fits 980G 2KR Counterweight, Used, 3374888/62291, Good used take off Counterweight 7385 LBS Counterweight, Used, MS2271, 705 LB Counterweight Cat # 3745858 Take off Coupler / Quick Coupler, New, 3371952/85091, NEW CAT HPL INTERFACE QUICK COUPLER KIT Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 4447496/86130, Like new take off manual quick coupler Cat # 444-7496 Coupler / Quick Coupler, New, QCCAT312/85372, New Teran brand manual quick coupler Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 312QC/84850, New Aim brand hydraulic quick coupler 65 MM Pin 312 "A" linkage Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 2924151/85781, Good used take off "B" linkage pin grabber quick coupler Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3498040/87455, New Take Off Fusion style quick coupler # 349-8040 Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3518749/84994, Good used take off 312E Quick coupler, hydraulic Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 1608289/85782, Good used take off "D" Linkage pin grabber quick coupler Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3880067/88365, Like new "B" Linkage family pin grabber quick coupler. Includes (1) set of pins # 388-0067 Coupler / Quick Coupler, New, 315QCR/77451, New Rockland Brand pin grabber Hydraulic quick coupler Pins have some surface rust Fits 315/315B/315C/315D Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 2225002/79304, LOW HOUR TAKE OFF HPL STYLE QUICK COUPLER Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 1766247/79305, GUTO MECHANICAL QUICK COUPLER MISSING 132-3821 LEVER Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 938GCPLR/81242, JRB BRAND GUTO HORIZONTAL PIN LOCK STYLE ( HPL) S/N# 0804-135147-1 ALL CRACKS REPAIRED Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 1715954/85239, Good used take off pin grabber quick coupler for "D" linkage family Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3611096/85426, GOOD USED MANUAL DUAL LOCK PIN GRABBER Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, QC303/87845, GOOD USED WAIN ROY STYLE QUICK COUPLER, MANUAL WOODS EQUIPMENT BRAND Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3880067/88365, Very good used pin grabber quick coupler suits "B" linkage family Coupler / Quick Coupler, New, 1608296/88374, NEW CAT SURPLUS PINS HAVE SURFACE RUST DEDICATED WEDGE LOCK COUPLER Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, 3336550/58732, NEW TAKE OFF FUSION STYLE QUICK COUPLER Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, CU880, Hydraulic quick coupler ISO/VOLVO Designed to pick up Volvo interface quick coupler attachments. Coupler / Quick Coupler, Used, BRK886, Used IT Coupler hook used only on a Cat SA30 Broom Cat # 2675693 Cylinder, Boom/Lift, Used, 1393788/72191, Good used polished rod fits front shovel boom lift cylinder 121-8909 Rod part # 1393788 Cylinder, Crowd, built, 1270865/70942, Rebuilt stick cylinder Cylinder, Crowd, Used, 1131924/81850, GUTO Stick cylinders suit 5230 Differential, Used, 3880373/81221, GOOD USED INSPECTED FRONT DIFFERENTIAL Differential, Rebuilt, 1367631/55993, Rebuilt 836C diff, no spin Engine, Used, 1006339/81853, Good running take out 5230 engine Aprox 10,000 hours on engine Includes 6I7652 & 6I761 Encloser Engine, Rebuilt, 1537076/85601, REBUILT SOLD OUTRIGHT Does not include alternator, hyd pumps, a/c compressor or transmission and brake coolers. Engine, Used, 1430037/85330, Good running take out Replaced R/M bearings, new injectors, resealed oil leaks, replace F/R crank seals. Dyno tested. Engine, Rebuilt, 1056574/82445, Rebuilt engine with mixed parts Engine, Used, 1537076/81828, GUTO R/M BEARINGS REPLACED REMAN OIL PUMP DYNOTESTED 90 DAY MAJOR FAILURE WARRANTY ONLY BLOCK, CRANK AND HEAD Engine, Rebuilt, 6I3528/82440, Rebuilt with mixed parts Suits 963b Engine, Used, 2354678/80574, GRTO 3406E APROX 8,500 SMU ON ENGINE ROD/MAIN BEARINGS REPLACED OIL PUMP REBUILT OVERHEAD RAN DYNO TESTED 90 DAY MAJOR FAILURE WARRANTY ONLY CYL BLOCK, CRANK AND CYL HEAD Engine, Used, 1482061/86400, GRTO 3196 INSTALLED NEW ROD/MAIN BEARINGS REMAIN OIL PUMP ADJUSTED VALVES 90 DAY WARRANTY MAJOR FAILURE ONLY BLOCK CRANK HEAD Engine, Used, 3094421/86216, GUTO C7 NEW OIL PUMP, ROD MAIN

1728568/81312 924GZ 2.5 CY3 Bucket

BEARINGS, NEW STARTER ADJ OVERHEAD, DYNO TEST 90 MAJOR FAILURE WARRANTY ONLY BLOCK CRANK HEAD Engine, Used, 1986489/80340GRTO S/N# BNT01198 ROD / MAINS AND OIL PUMP REPLACED DYNO TESTED 90 DAY MAJOR FAILURE WARRANTY ONLY Engine, Used, 2083027/84666, Rebuilt all Cat parts sold exchange core required Engine, Rebuilt, 8N9602/83263, REBUILT LONG BLOCK PLUS ALL CAT PARTS CORE REQUIRED Engine, Rebuilt, 2225432/81554, REBUILT LONG BLOCK CORE REQUIRED INCLUDES REMAN OIL PUMP & OIL COOLER Engine, Used, 1430029/75399, Rebuilt short block all Cat parts Sold outright Engine, Rebuilt, 3015768/87386, Rebuilt C9 Engine suits D6T LGP All Cat Parts, dyno tested Sold exchange Engine, Used, 1074935/88269, GRTO 3116 Engine 3250 hours since rebuild Rod/ Main bearings replaced std/std Oil pump replaced with reman overhead ran, dyno tested. Dyno test result available. 90 day major failure warranty sold outright Engine, Used, 1730355/87319, GRTO ROD/MAN BEARINGS, REMAN OIL PUMP INSTALLED OVERHEAD RAN, DYNO TESTED Engine, Rebuilt, 1537076/85309, Rebuilt 3406E Engine for 740 AXM1SOLD OUTRIGHT . Does not include alternator, hyd pumps, a/c compressor or transmission and brake coolers. Engine, Used, 2250992/81446, GRTO ROD/MAIN BEARINGS, OIL PUMP REPLACED ADJUST OVERHEAD DYNO TEST Engine, Used, 1382001/37356, Good running take out 3176 engine, suits 345B. Rod / main bearings replaced, new oil pump, water pump and turbo. Dyno tested: results available. Engine, Rebuilt, 7E9078/36720, REBUILT 777C ENGINE ALL CAT PARTS Engine, Rebuilt, 2250992/55693, REBUILT LONG BLOCK PLUS CORE REQUIRED, SOLD EXCHANGE Engine, Used, 1981441/72823, Rebuilt exchange Engine, Used, 3452887/77187, Low hour GRTO Rod / main bearings replaced pistons re-ringed dyno tested Equalizer Bars, Used, 2223676/84543, Rebuilt E-Bar Sold exchange Equalizer Bars, Rebuilt, 1414690/28344, REBUILT D7H equalizer bar. We do not use e-bars that have cracked / failed in the center bore. Final Drive, Used, 2676824/85814, Good used take off, inspected does not include sprocket Final Drive, Used, 6i7521/81857, GUTO INCLUDES: 1082721 LH TRACK FRAME 6I7547 TCR GRP 6I7548 SF ROLLER GRP 1221804 TRACK GRP Final Drive, Used, 6i7521/81858, GUTO INCLUDES: 1082728 RH TRACK FRAME 6I7547 TCR GRP 6I7548 SF ROLLER GRP 1221804 TRACK GRP Final Drive, Used, 3W6494/77620, RESEALED. SPROCKET FLANGES HAVE BEEN REPAIRED TO CAT SPEC NO SPROCKET SEGMENTS INCLUDED 90 DAY WARRANTY Final Drive, Used, 1Q3054/81825, Good used take off, inspected. No sprocket groups included Fits D8N LGP ONLY! Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1356158/87486, REBUILT D6M 4JN FINAL DRIVES NO SPROCKET GROUP SOLD REBUILT EXCHANGE ALL CAT PARTS Final Drive, Used, 5183389/87758, Like new take off final drive, right hand, no travel motor Cat # 5183389 Final Drive, Used, 1362956/86397, GOOD USED INSPECTED FINAL DRIVE, DOES NOT INCLUDE SPROCKET CAT# 136-2956 Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1384810/82685, Rebearinged and resealed, brakes worn 7% Sold outright Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1384810/82686, Rebearinged and resealed, brakes worn 9% sold outright Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1268347/68251, REBUILT, SOLD EXCHANGE ALL CAT PARTS # 1268347 Final Drive, Used, 3254665/79379, Rear wheel grp - good used inspected take off sold exchange Cat # 325-4665 Final Drive, Used, 9U3022/69724, PLANETARY GEARS INSPECTED GOOD INCLUDES 9U2856 BRAKE GRP GUTO Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1384810/85329, Rebuilt with all Cat parts Sold outright no core required Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1384810/81861, REBUILT ALL CAT PARTS SOLD EXCHANGE Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1416054/81859, REBUILT ALL CAT PARTS SOLD EXCHANGE Final Drive, Used, 1384810/81163, CHECKED AND INSPECTED WITH BRAKE GP Final Drive, Used, 2327554/81217, GUTO VISUAL INSPECTION OF PLANETARY GEARS Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1362847, Rebuilt final drive, without motor suits 345B Part # 136-2847 Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1605585/8037, Rebuilt 980G Wheel groups Final Drive, Rebuilt, 1141488/61170, REBUILT FINAL DRIVE, INCLUDES REBUILT TRAVEL MOTOR 1141488 Final Drive, New, 3715138, New Cat 980M/980K Wheel groups 3715138 Grapple, GP, Used, 2756075/79396, Good used take off G125B Contractors Grapple Complete with pins and mounting plate Grapple, Log, Used, 18205005/81608, GUTO JD135 LOG GRAPPLE BUILTRITE BRAND MODEL 18205005 SERIAL # NS6296 Other, Used, 2190426/81797, Like new Cat LT18B Tiller Other, New, 2518303/53371, New Cat VERS-A-MAT AS2302 Front

Mount Screed *electric screed plates 10' width Other, Used, 1554102/32845, New Cat 5130 Rollers Part# 1554102/32845 Other, Used, 1072940/326, Good used H link for 5130 Mass Ex. Other, Rebuilt, 8E5273/38926, Rebuilt brake and steering clutch from D6R LGP Part# 8E5273 Rebuilt Other, Used, MS1452, GOMACO CURB AND GUTTER MOLD Ripper, Used, 2244449/84324, GUTO D6T Ripper Ripper, Used, 2567612/88235, Good used take off 953D / 953C/ 953K Ripper Ripper, New, RIPPER320/88294, NEW TERAN BRAND B LINKAGE FROST RIPPER Ripper, New, RIPPER312/88293, NEW TERAN BRAND FROST RIPPER "A" LINKAGE 65 MM PINS Ripper, New, RIPPER336D/84965, NEW TERAAN BRAND FROST RIPPER "DB" LINKAGE Ripper, New, RIPPER315/84963, NEW TERAN BRAND FROST RIPPER 70 MM PINS WILL NOT FIT 315F! Ripper, Used, 2156422/80436, Good used take off single shank ripper for D8T Shears, Steel, Rebuilt, S385C, Rebuilt S385C Shear Stick, Used, 3671522/86775, Low hour take off 12' 8" DB linkage stick includes Linkage Group 236-8415 & bucket cylinder 357-9766 Stick, Used, 1117637/1699, Good used take off medium stick part # 1117637 new nose bearing & dirt seals Stick, Used, 2847105/63045, GOOD USED 9' 2" 314DLCR Stick Stick, Used, 1152624/75445, TAKE OFF NEEDS LINE BORED AND BUCKET PIN BORES FACED. LINKAGE BEARINGS NEED REPLACED DENTED FROM H LINK STRICKING STICK HAS NPK BRACKETS 10.5 C LINK Stick, Used, 2045969/81742, GUTO BARE 10.5' D LINKAGE Stick, Used, 3671534/86437, GOOD USED 10.5' DB LINK STICK Stick, Used, 1663633/72360, TAKE OFF 3.9M NO VISIBLE CRACKS NEEDS BEARINGS AND FACED FACE SPREAD 430MM ( SPEC 441MM) STICK CYL BORE 3.940" (SPEC 3.938 +/- .0017) BUCKET CYL BORE 3.551" ( SPEC 3.544 +/- .0017") Stick, Used, 1583998/81699, GUTO 15,3' V LINKAGE INCLUDES BUCKET CYL 143-8004 H LINKAGE GRP 141-3775 Stick, Used, 2977329/85178, Good used take off 15.3' VB Linkage # 297-7329 Stick, New, 2062511/27571, NEW CAT 5110 B STICK 4.5M 14.76' Hoe style Stick, Used, 2512502/86395, JB LINK 9.5' Stick usable as is, no cracks no line bore repairs needed sold as is- stick currently has used bearings and seals Swing Drive, Rebuilt, 1994539/84024, Rebuilt swing drive, all Cat parts Swing Drive, Used, 1362888/86225, Good used take off, inspected left hand Swing Drive, Used, 6i7233/81268, TAKEOFF CLEANED AND PAINTED INC 110-6198 BRAKE GP 122-8068 MOTOR Swing Drive, Used, 1695530/88280, GOOD USED TAKE OFF SWING DRIVE, LEFT HAND INSPECTED Swing Drive, Used, 1695532/88279, Good used take off right hand swing drive No motor Swing Drive, Used, 7I7761/57080, Take off swing drive, inspected and resealed. Includes 7I8627 Swing motor, motor is used and not inspected. Swing Drive, Rebuilt, 1141305/32317, REBUILT 330B SWING DRIVE Tires, Used, 1190551/84830(2) TIRE AND RIMS ASSM. SOLD ONLY AS A SET Firestone Super All Traction 23.1-26 Tires Rated R1 Average tread remaining 48/32" ( new spec 52/32") Mounted on rim 6R4385 Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 2657360/82418, REBUILT EXCHANGE CORE REQUIRED COMPATIBLE WITH 188-0502 TORQUE STEERING PUMP MOUNTING IS 6 BOLT Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1081427/77674, REBUILT , CORE REQUIRED INCLUDES OUTLET RELIEF Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 3t5832/85945, Rebuilt, all Cat parts Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1173357/82847, REBUILT EXCHANGE CORE REQUIRED CORE MUST BE COMPLETE AND ASSEMBLED Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1613306/65014, Rebuilt all Cat Parts Sold Exchange Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1061711/87248, Rebuilt D6M Torque convertor Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 6P6412/31183, Rebuilt D10 84W Torque part # 6P6412 Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1431234/56095, Rebuilt, all Cat parts, Torque converter to fit 824B/836/836C Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1285303/52676, Rebuilt 988H Torque Convertor part# 128-5303 Sold exchanage Torque Converters, Used, 6T4674/42945, Rebuilt Torque convertor part# 6T4674 Suits 773B Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1102769/35220, Rebuilt torque converter, suits D10R Cat# 110-2769 Torque Converters, Used, 1210030/47691, Good used inspected D11R/T Torque converter # 121-0030 Torque Converters, Core, 1103391/71477, CORE ONLY REMOVED FROM MACHINE THAT SUFFERED TRANS FAILURE NEEDS CLEANED OUT / RESEALED SOLD AS IS Torque Converters, Core, 1210028/59566, CORE ONLY Torque only, no cover Torque has been disassembled and inspected reassembled loosely, cannot be installed in machine as is all parts guaranteed to meet Cat reusability guidelines


Just salvaged ! D6M LGP 4JN Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 1613306/65016, REBUILT EXCHANGE Torque Converters, Rebuilt, 8E7009/64425, REBUILT EXCHANGE Transmissions, Used, 1466225/81831, Good used take out 740 AXM transmission air tested clutches, filter and screen clean Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1466225/81905, Rebuilt all Cat parts 740 AXM Transmission Transmissions, Used, 1466225/85600, Good used 740 AXM Transmission Air tested clutches, screen and filter clean Transmissions, Used, 1466225/85682, Good used take out 740 AXM transmission Air tested clutches, filter and screen clean Transmissions, Rebuilt, 3T0034/82848, REBUILT 785C TRANSMISSION SOLD EXCHANGE Transmissions, Used, 1066452.863REPAIRED AS NEEDED RESEALED NEW CLUTCH PLATES AND MODULATING VALVES DYNO TESTED SOLD OUTRIGHT Transmissions, Used, 6y6965/79174, GRTO AIR TESTED OK FILTER AND SCREEN CHECKED- CLEAN LIFTING EYE BOLT HOLE ON MAIN CASE WAS CRACKED- WELDED CUSTOMER SHOULD BE AWARE BEFORE INSTALLING! Transmissions, Used, 3P7556/31378, REBUILT TRANSMISSION ALL CAT PARTS NO BEVEL GEAR! Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1109296/81701, Rebuilt all Cat parts Transmissions, Rebuilt, 8E4565/86525, Rebuilt all Cat parts Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1466225/79441, Rebuilt transmission all Cat Parts Fits 740 AXM1Transmissions, Used, 2348866/69055GRTO INSPECTED CLUTCHES ACTUATE WITH AIR PRESSURE SUCTION AND MAGNETIC SCREENS ARE CLEAN NEW TORQUE FLEX PLATES INSTALLED NEW TRANS WIRING HARNESS INSTALLED Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1085655/87448, Rebuilt all Cat parts, sold exchange Transmissions, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318, Rebuilt 988B 50W Transmission, part # 9W0782. All Cat parts Transmissions, Used, 2348866/32134, 500 hour take out, dyno tested ( dyno results available) Part# 2348866 fits 938G Transmissions, Used, 9M8300/42387, Resealed, new clutch plates installed part# 9M8300 Transmissions, Rebuilt, 1402772/57646, REBUILT 924G TRANSMISSION SOLD EXCHNAGE Transmissions, Used, 1164860/74079, GRTO AIR TESTED CLUTCH PACKS- OK Transmissions, Used, 2372331/80168, 2372331 REBUILT 972H TRANSMISSION Truck Components - Engine, Rebuilt, 4P2834/82441, S/N# 2BK03037 REBUILT LONG BLOCK MIXED PARTS 170 BHP @ 2600 RPM SOLD OUTRIGHT NO FUEL SYSTEM Undercarriage, Rollers, Used, 1205766/77277, QTY 2 DOUBLE FLANGE ROLLERS WORN 50% AS IS Undercarriage, Rollers, Used, 4288691, PACKAGE 1 CONSIST OF 18 ROLLERS 5-10 % WORN. AS IS TAKE OFF PART NUMBER 4288691 Undercarriage, Rollers, Used, 4288691B, GOOD USED TAKE OFF 1 LOT CONSISTING OF 18 ROLLERS WORN 10-15% AS IS FROM ZIP 16823 Undercarriage, Sprocket, New, 09110008/49695, 2 NEW Trek sprockets fit ec210blc volvo Undercarriage, Sprocket, Used, 09110013/49693, NEW TREK BRAND SPROCKET EC360BLC VOLVO Undercarriage, Track Frame, Used, 3041894, GOOD USED TAKE OFF SINGLE FLANGE IDLERS PALLET OF 2 PCS AS IS Undercarriage, Track Frame, Used, 9G6752/1834, REAR FRAME D9L AS IS 9G6752 Undercarriage, Track Frame, Rebuilt, 6Y2686/54865REBUILT R/H TRACK FRAME, INCLUDES SUSPENSION GROUP, UPDATED TO THREE BOLT MAJORS NO ROLLING STOCK 6Y2686- R/H FRAME Undercarriage, Track Frame, Rebuilt, 6Y2687/54866REBUILT L/H TRACK FRAME, INCLUDES SUSPENSION GROUP, UPDATED TO THREE BOLT MAJORS NO ROLLING STOCK 6Y2687- L/H FRAME Undercarriage, Track Frame, Rebuilt, 9W6491/66669, Rebuilt RIGHT HAND D8R Track frames, includes Idlers 0-24% worn, rollers 20-30% worn Undercarriage, Track Pads / Shoes, Used, 3105825/75526, Other CATERPILLAR D11N/R/T 3105825/75526 (78) 32 INCH TRACK SHOES 50% WORN AS IS Wheels, Rebuilt, 8X2633/68103, REBUILT WHEEL # 8X2633 SOLD EXCHANGE Wheels, Used, 6G6563/69448, GOOD USED TAKE OFF, INSPECTED Wheels, Used, 2G5003/51381, GOOD USED INSPECTED Wheels, Used, 9V1290/84523, GOOD USED TAKE OFF INSPECTED Wheels, Used, 6G8241/3040, GOOD USED TAKE OFF Winch, Rebuilt, 2563738/83931, Rebuilt PA40 winch- suits D5K & D5K2 2563738 Winch, Used, 09056/88066, Good used H70VS Winch to suit D6R Inspected and tested no winch cable Winch, Used, 2641077/81746, Good used PA55 Winch for D6N Winch, Rebuilt, 1208907/83792, REBUILT PA56 WINCH INCLUDES CABLE CONTROLS Winch, New, WN363, CAARCO 50B STANDARD SPEED WINCH ( Equivalent to Cat PA55) For D6N Tier III Winch, New, WN411, PA90 Winch with mounting brackets, lines and controls Suits D7E

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Volvo Dig Assist Start, Load Assist Now Come Standard Volvo Construction Equipment continues to unlock the full productivity potential of its excavator and wheel loader lineup with its basic package of Dig Assist — Dig Assist Start — now standard on new EC220E to EC480E excavator models, and its Load Assist system now standard on new L150H to L260H wheel loader models. “Our Assist programs give operators greater accuracy and proven time savings, so it makes sense to make these available as standard to help customers get the most out of their machines,” said Ray Gallant, vice president, sales support at Volvo CE. “With these systems, every operator can be your best operator.”

factory-fit system that can achieve +/- 1 percent accuracy on every bucket, ensuring machines shift the optimal load. With real-time insights into the bucket’s load, operators can eliminate over-loading, under-loading, reweighing and waiting times. Also using Volvo Co-Pilot, customers can monitor loading progress, track materials and trucks, and change work orders in seconds. In addition to becoming standard on L150H to L260H models, Load Assist also is available as an option on L110H and L120H models.

Dig Assist Accuracy Dig Assist Start maximizes excavator productivity by making it easier for operators to dig, trench and excavate. Operators also can create more complex, multidimensional site Volvo’s Dig Assist Start package is now standard on new EC220E to profiles to improve performance with EC480E excavator models; its Load Assist system is now standard on optional upgrades to Dig Assist 2D, Dig new L150H to L260H wheel loader models. Assist In-Field Design, and Dig Assist OnBoard Weighing. Powered by the Volvo Co-Pilot in-cab Load Assist Real-Time Information tablet and incorporating sensors and the latest location techVolvo Load Assist provides both real-time intelligence to nology (GNSS), Dig Assist delivers impressive excavation the operator and documentation of work orders for the owner accuracy in a fraction of the time compared to conventional and their customers. Load Assist helps wheel loader cusmethods. tomers save time and money with On-Board Weighing, a

Operator Coaching: Valuable New Load Assist Feature To help improve operator performance, Volvo is adding a new operator coaching functionality to its Load Assist program as a standard feature on L150H to L260H wheel loaders. As machines become more advanced with smarter technology, operator coaching helps ensure operators use their Volvo machine to its full potential. The intuitive app provides real-time guidance to operators on issues including idling, braking, throttling and engaging the transmission lock-up, helping them understand how their actions influence machine productivity and efficiency. It also identifies areas for improvement or necessary changes in their driving technique. “With operator coaching, operators can set targets and objectives to continually develop and improve their operating practices and get the most out of their machines,” said Eric Yeomans, product manager, wheel loaders. For more information, visit 

John Deere Collaborates With Customers for Upgrades John Deere has enhanced its lineup of five small-frame GSeries skid steers and compact track loaders, providing operators with even more power and efficiency on the job site. While the five models (312GR, 314G, 316GR, 317G, 318G) were introduced to the market more than three years ago, John Deere continually works with its customers in the landscaping, agricultural material handling and construction industries to better understand their needs and how to improve machinery for maximum productivity, uptime and solutions. “As we constantly source feedback from our customers, we heard them request minor improvements to the smallframe lineup, such as simplified maintenance, increased visibility and easier connections to attachments,” said Gregg Zupancic, product marketing manager, skid steers and compact track loaders, John Deere Construction

The small-frame G-Series model upgrades include protected auxiliary hydraulic lines that run within the boom for additional protection, ultimately extending the machine’s life cycle. The machines have an optional capability to support two sets of counter weights, providing the operator with greater stability and capacity to lift heavier materials.

& Forestry. “We used this as an opportunity to upgrade our equipment so that it meets their needs and continues to provide quality and performance that our customers expect.” The improved small-frame G-Series machines feature increased productivity and time-saving options. They can be equipped with an optional rearview camera and easyto-clean cab windows for additional visibility, safety and speed on the job site. The upgraded cab offers more comfort so operators can easily maneuver the machine and remain in the cab for longer durations on the job, without sacrificing performance. The small-frame cabs also include a new Bluetooth radio option, and the redesigned manual control levers have improved ergonomic grips for increased operator comfort and accessibility. The small-frame G-Series model upgrades also include protected auxiliary hydraulic lines that run within the boom for additional protection, ultimately extending the machine’s life cycle. The machines have an optional capability to support two sets of counter weights, providing the operator with greater stability and capacity to lift heavier materials. The newly integrated 4-point-tiedown system increases overall mobility and

impact on different jobs by enabling operators to securely and safely move the machine to different locations. Operators can streamline their daily maintenance tasks with color-coded fluid fills and key filters that are mounted for ease of access near the rear door. The small-frame models boast optimized air-conditioning ducts, improved cab pressurization and debris ingression, enabling operators to spend more time working and less time cleaning. Many components include zinc flake hardware for improved protection against corrosion and machine wear. Operators looking to get the most out of the 312GR, 314G, 316GR, 317G or 318G models can now leverage a five-year subscription to JDLink telematics, an application that allows operators to view critical information about machines in their fleet. The machine monitoring solution provides real-time data and health prognostics to suggest maintenance solutions that decrease costly downtime. Remote diagnostics enable a dealer to read codes, record performance data and even update software without a trip to the job site. For more information, visit 

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2012 BOMAG BW211D-40, EROPS,AC, 84” DRUM DRIVE, NEW TIRES, EXCELLENT CONDITION ................................................$51,900

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Growers Equipment Co. recently moved its Miami location from 8013 NW 66th St. to 4801 NW 77th Ave. 2013 VOLVO A40F, 8200 HRS, EXCELLENT TIRES, ORIGINAL PAINT, EXCELLENT SUPER CLEAN MACHINE ..............................$127,500

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Takeuchi-US has announced Mountain Farm International as a new dealer. Located in Crossville, Tenn., the dealer will provide sales, service, parts and rental to customers throughout Middle Tennessee. Carrying the full lineup of Takeuchi equipment, including excavators, skid steer loaders, track loaders and wheel loaders, Mountain Farm’s primary customer base is agricultural, landscaping and small to medium contractors. In business since 1981, the company originally started up as a tractor and equipment dealership in the upper Cumberland area. Hired as president in 2010, Brandon Robbins became the sole owner in 2015 and his experience opened new doors for Mountain Farm. Since then, they purchased eight acres on Interstate 40. In addition to constructing a new facility, Mountain Farm expanded its offerings from parts, sales and service to rental, field support and service, and direct shipping on parts. “The team here understands the importance of service and sales and we work tirelessly to ensure we are exceeding our customers’ expectations,” Robbins said. “Takeuchi is also very customer focused and known for its service and are a perfect fit for our lineup. We are excited to introduce these machines to our customers.” “Mountain Farm has been around nearly four decades and is well known throughout Tennessee for going above and beyond for the customer,” said Kim Robinson, director of dealer development at Takeuchi. “Our equipment will open new opportunities in growing its landscape, construction and rental customers.” For more information, visit 

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • • January 15, 2020 • Page 23 Locations - FL Locations - AL, FL panhandle Locations - Western NC Locations - Eastern NC Location - SC Locations - MS Winchester - VA Location - GA Location - TN, East AR Location - LA Location - VA

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Southeastern Machinery Founder Passes Away at 77 Kenneth R. Richbourg, 77, of Savannah, Ga., died Dec. 28, 2019. Mr. Richbourg served in the U.S. Navy from 19591963 aboard the USS Midway. Following his military service, he began a lifelong career in the heavy equipment business. He was owner and president of Southeastern Machinery in Savannah, Ga., and Grove River Machinery in Richmond Hill, Ga. He was an active member of Richmond Hill Church of Christ. He started in the equipment business with Van Lott in Columbia, S.C., in 1963. After almost 18 years with the company, he started his own company, Southeastern Machinery, and grew the company to three locations Kenneth R. Richbourg in Savannah, Macon and Augusta, Ga., as a Fiat Allis dealer and then eventually adding the Samsung line. After close to 20 years of business success with Southeastern Machinery, Mr. Richbourg sold the business to another company, and in 2001, opened Grove River Leasing in the Savannah suburbs of Richmond Hill, Ga. Company representatives stated that “Ken could finance anyone.” Years later, the business was renamed Grove River Machinery, which took on the Hyundai line and grew the Hyundai business in the Savannah and surrounding territory from zero market share to being a prominent player in the area. He was preceded in death by his parents, Moses and Blanche Richbourg and grandson, Kenneth Blake Richbourg. Surviving are his wife of 56 years, Jeanette Richbourg; daughter Dawn Hite (Dean) of Calhoun, Ga.; son Jeff Richbourg (Laura Mulens and her son, Alex Mulens) of Jupiter, Fla.; daughter-in-law, Sarah Richbourg of Savannah, Ga. Grandchildren, Madeline Swafford (Hutch) of Calhoun, Ga.; Rebecca Hite of Calhoun, Ga.; and David Richbourg of Savannah, Ga. Mr. Richbourg also is survived by brothers, Donald Richbourg, Floyd Richbourg and Calvin Richbourg; sister, Gwen Fowler, their spouses, as well as, sisters-in-law Marilyn Burnam, Kathleen Pye, Pat Bennett and brother-inlaw Les Bennett and nieces, nephews and cousins. Mr. Richbourg’s funeral service was held Jan. 4, 2020, at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel. Interment followed at Greenwich Cemetery. Flowers are appreciated, however memorial gifts may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, and Mt. Dora Children’s Home, 301 W. 13th Ave., Mt. Dora, FL 32757, CEG


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Ritchie Bros. Announces Ann Fandozzi as Its New CEO Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers announced that Ann Fandozzi has become chief executive officer and has joined the company’s board of directors, effective Jan. 6, 2020. Most recently, Fandozzi was CEO of ABRA Auto Body & Glass, a leading national damaged vehicle repair company, where she engineered a step-change in profitability and laid the foundation for an allnew customer experience through technology. “Ann is an exceptional leader with a proven track record of designing and executing winning strategies and driving profitable growth,” said Bev Briscoe, chair of the board. “She brings a strong customer focus, deep experience in technology, and outstanding management capabilities that will further Ritchie Bros.’ strategic transformation as a multi-channel, technology-enabled global business. The board looks forward to working closely with Ann and the rest of our talented executives as we build value for our shareholders, our customers and our employees. “We would like to thank Sharon Driscoll, chief financial officer, and Karl Werner, president, international, for their commitment and oversight as co-CEOs during the interim period and for all their contributions

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to the company. By ensuring that Ritchie Bros. maintained its momentum, the board was able to conduct a thoughtful, robust process that led to the recruitment of the right executive to lead the company forward.” “I am honored and excited to lead Ritchie Bros. at an important time in the company’s history,” said Fandozzi.

“Ritchie Bros. has extraordinary assets — starting with its talented employees, deep customer base, leading market position and unmatched technology. I am energized by the many opportunities we have to expand our global iconic brand which has earned the trust of our customers by delivering the products, services, and unmatched value to help them build and grow their businesses


About Ann Fandozzi Fandozzi was CEO of ABRA Auto Body and Glass (2016 to 2019). Prior to joining ABRA, she was the CEO of vRide (2012 to 2016), a carpooling platform that works with private and public employers to save their employees time and money. Prior to these CEO roles, Fandozzi served in several executive positions for Whirlpool, including eBusiness, Direct-to-Consumer, and Sears/Kenmore. Fandozzi joined Whirlpool from DaimlerChrysler, where she led the Global Family Vehicle business and is credited with the invention and development of the Stow-N-Go fold flat seats. Earlier in her career, she gained significant experience in consumer marketing, product development and engineering at Ford Motor Company, McKinsey & Company and Lockheed Martin Corporation. She served on the board of Pinnacle Foods, a publicly traded packaged food company that was acquired by ConAgra, and is a board member of Ghost Robotics, a robotics start-up. Fandozzi also is a frequent speaker on technology, transportation, and green/environmental topics. 

Raken Launches Real-Time Data Production Tracking App Raken, the top-rated mobile field operations solution for the construction industry, has announced the launch of Production Tracking, a better way to manage productivity in the field. By providing construction teams with an easy-to-use tool to track employee time and materials, Production Tracking helps increase profitability and ensure the project is progressing according to plan. Production Tracking allows users to record the quantity of materials installed each day along with employee and crew time; automatically calculate the actual quantities of materials installed and compare those with the amounts budgeted; monitor progress and identify risks early with real-time data; and bid more accurately on future projects based on historical production data. “Every project starts with the goal of ending on time and on budget, and we build solutions which ensure that goal becomes a

option and offline mode. Raken serves clients in 92 countries and has been utilized on more than 350,000 projects. The cloud-based SaaS solution boosts productivity and safety by streamlining field data collection and project and safety management workflows such as daily reporting, time tracking, production tracking and safety management. A look at some of the data collection possible through use of Raken’s easy-to-use Production Tracking tool.

reality,” said Kyle Slager, Raken’s CEO and founder. “Staying true to Raken’s field-first approach, our goal with Production Tracking is to empower construction teams with the data they need to make decisions that positively impact the profitability of their projects. We’re providing a fast, easy-touse solution that connects the field to the office, reduces stress, increases efficiency and profitability.” According to a recent MarTec

study of 400 general contractors and subcontractors, 53 percent of respondents expect production tracking to be included in their field platforms. The addition of Production Tracking allows Raken to meet these expectations to become the go-to solution in the field. “We’re staying true to our philosophy to build software for workers in the field,” Slager said. “By empowering the team on site with an easy visual of field

progress straight from their mobile devices, they spend less time chasing down information and more time managing their project.” Following a $10 million Series A funding round in June 2018, Raken has introduced several powerful product enhancements, including Toolbox Talks — a first-of-its-kind innovative feature that streamlines the workflow of essential jobsite safety meetings, as well as a Spanish-language

About Raken Raken provides mobile-first technology to streamline field workflows for the construction industry. Raken’s digital toolbox connects the field to the office with daily reports, timecards, toolbox talks, photo management, production tracking and more. Swinerton Renewable Energy, John W. Danforth, Broadway Mechanical and thousands of other top general contractor and subcontractor firms use Raken for their field reporting needs. To find out more, visit 

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How New Construction Pros Prevent Curb Box Damage For new construction projects in areas with acidic soils, keeping curb boxes in good working order is critical to avoid compromised water service, angry customers and costly repair and replacement. Traditionally, a curb box is composed of a metal tube that connects the cast iron base to a cast iron lid/cap. It is necessary for water line repairs and shut off in case of flooding. Typically, it is buried 6-8 ft. below ground, beneath the frost line. Curb boxes are found on every water line that connects a building to a city water main. One major challenge is that many areas across the United States — including the East Coast, South, upper Midwest and Pacific Northwest — have acidic soil that rapidly corrodes cast iron infrastructure, including curb boxes. Soil with a pH of 6 or less is considered acidic. While soil can typically range in acidity from 2.5 to 10, pH levels of 5 or below can lead to extreme corrosion rates and premature pitting of cast iron infrastructure and curb boxes buried in the soil. Even coatings intended to protect cast iron begin to dissolve when soil pH is around 4, which leaves curb boxes vulnerable to corrosion that makes them unusable. “We have an electrolysis problem in the acidic soil here, and it eats up the pipe. Even though we put a stainless steel rod on it [the curb box], that stainless steel rod doesn’t do any good when you have a pipe that’s rotting out where we can’t get to it,” said Bob Krueger, a systems operator at Waverly Sanitary District in Menasha, Wis., which had hundreds of curb boxes in need of repair. To prevent such problems and make their properties more salable, building project developers are cost effectively installing entire curb box/curb stop apparatus constructed of polyurethane, which can make the whole system impervious to corrosion and premature replacement even in acidic soils. Stop Acidic Soil Corrosion, Prolong Service Life The more acidic the soil, the sooner cast iron curb box caps will corrode, making it difficult or even

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Recycled Pavement Find New Home in Highways, County Roads and City Streets

The team at Allen Myers is shown paving with a high RAP mix. VDOT contracted Allan Myers to rebuild 7 mi. of I-64 near Williamsburg using a mix with 85 percent RAP.

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The future of asphalt pavements in America could be decided in the rolling hills of eastern Alabama at the National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT). There, on a closed 1.7-mile track, five heavily laden semi-trucks rumble around the road to simulate the stresses placed on todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s interstate highways. The 46 sections of the track bear the load of the trucks, which weigh an average of 155,000 lbs. Embedded sensors record the strains on the track and are used to determine how to best design the pavements that will carry Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s traffic for the decades to come. One of the topics being studied at NCAT is the use of recycled asphalt pavements (RAP) in building roads. Most asphalt pavements in the country must be rehabilitated after years of heavy traffic use, so the top few inches of the road are milled off and replaced with fresh asphalt. A majority of Departments of Transportation in the country regard RAP as a material that John R. Jurgensen paved approximately 17 miles of SR-72 in Ohio with a 50 perhas value as it contains aggregate and asphalt cement that is necessary for the new road. But cent RAP base course, 25 percent RAP intermediate course and 18 percent surCEG CORRESPONDENT

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Bomag’s Second Generation Compact AEM’s President Cold Planers Feature Multiple Upgrades Dennis Slater Hails USMCA Agreement Available in 3- and 4-wheel designs, the Bomag BM 500/15-2 and BM 600/15-2 compact mills feature a reengineered vibration-isolated operator’s station that improves operator efficiency and productivity. A new suspension seat with optional heating boasts a 45-degree slewing angle for increased visibility to the left cutting edge and front/rear of the machine. The main control console is fully adjustable to fit individual operator preferences and simplified control grouping improves machine operating efficiency. Machine leveling sensors are now integrated into the side plate cylinders of the new mills. A new 7-in. (17.8-cm) full graphic color display offers intuitive operation and leveling control for efficient mill set-up. The conveyor joystick control has been repositioned for easier access, and it integrates both lifting and lowering functions for faster operation. Advancements to hydraulic system efficiency boost transport speed to 3.7 mph (6 kmh) for 3-wheel and 6.2 mph (10 kmh) for 4-wheel configurations. Maximum milling speed for 4-wheel configurations is increased by more than 25 percent for both models to significantly improve machine productivity. The Bomag BM 500/15-2 offers a maximum milling width of 19.7 in. (50 cm) and the BM 600/15-2 a maximum width of 23.6 in. (60 cm). Four extra cutting tools positioned at the leftand right-edge rings plus optimal arrangement of the tools across the drum delivers uniform, low vibration milling and smooth milled edges. A range of standard, fine, power and trenching drum designs are available in widths from 3.15 to 23.6 in. (8 to 60 cm) with all featuring standard quickexchange designs. The machines’ new

super-light conveyor design features an increased, 30-degree swiveling angle in both directions for more efficient truck loading. The 15.7-in. (40-cm) wide conveyor offers up to a 111.2 cu. yd./hr. (85 cu m/hr) discharge rate and hydraulically folds for transport. The new conveyor design incorporates time-saving support brackets and multi-coupling for fast removal in minutes. All conveyor hoses and wiring are now positioned within the frame, reducing the chance of damage and improving machine uptime. A 140.8-hp (105-kW) diesel engine meeting stringent Tier IV Final (Stage V) emissions standards powers the new Bomag BM 500/15-2 and BM 600/15-2 cold planers. Each model features improved front-to-rear weight balance, enhancing traction. Both machines offer a minimum milling radius of just 9.6 in. (24.4 cm) for efficient milling around obstructions like manhole covers. The machines’ new triple-setting water pump system — sprinkling, high-flow and refill/suction — allows the operator to adjust waterflow as needed to extend intervals between refills. A large plate positioned at the front of the machine delivers enhanced protection to prevent damage to the water tank and hood. For more information, visit 

Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) president Dennis Slater issued the following statement Dec. 10 hailing a deal struck between House Democrats and the Trump Administration to move the USMCA closer to ratification: “This is good news for equipment manufacturers, the 1.3 million men and women of our industry and the entire U.S. economy,” said Dennis Slater, president of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). “We’re another step closer to getting the USMCA ratified. Getting this across the finish line will preserve dutyfree market access to our most important trade partners, add more than $68 billion to the U.S. economy, and create 176,000 U.S. jobs. We applaud the work done by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), House Ways and Means

“This is good news for equipment manufacturers, the 1.3 million men and women of our industry and the entire U.S. economy.” Dennis Slater Association of Equipment Manufacturers

The Bomag BM 500/15-2 offers a maximum milling width of 19.7 in. (50 cm) and the BM 600/15-2 a maximum width of 23.6 in. (60 cm).

Committee Chairman Richard Neal (D-Mass.), U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, and everyone involved in these negotiations. We look forward to Congress ratifying the agreement and President Trump signing it into law.” Since the creation of NAFTA two decades ago, equipment manufacturers have benefited greatly from duty-free market access to our industry’s two largest export markets, Canada and Mexico. Equipment manufacturers support 1.3 million jobs in the United States and 149,000 in Canada. The industry also contributes $188 billion to the U.S. and Canadian economies. Over the past two years, AEM has called on both the Trump Administration and Congress to deliver an updated North American trade agreement for the 21st century. USMCA fulfills many of our industry’s goals and strengthens North American equipment manufacturing. Efforts include co-hosting the Honorable Mike Pence, Vice President of the United States, at an equipment manufacturing facility earlier this year in support of the agreement, sending a letter in support of the USMCA to Chairman Neal (D-Mass.) and the nine members of the House Democrats’ Trade Working Group, and running an ongoing public education campaign on the various benefits of a ratified USMCA. AEM also is a member of the USMCA Coalition. For more information, visit 

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NORTH CAROLINA 2901 Manufacturers Rd. Greensboro, NC 27406 (336) 308-3045 (888) 436-5088 415 Belvoir Hwy. Greenville, NC 27834 (252) 752-7145

1501 Hedingham Blvd. Raleigh, NC 27604 (919) 746-7938 11717 Reames Road Charlotte, NC 28269 (704) 208-5564

SOUTH CAROLINA 1014 Atlas Way Columbia, SC 29209 (803) 658-0200

7168B Cross County Road North Charleston, SC 29418 (843) 225-9377

11 Dixie Circle Greenville, SC 29605 (864) 546-5208

1701 Roseneath Road Richmond, VA 23230 (804) 359-4048

Yancey Bros. Co. Albany (800) 768-2892 Augusta (800) 446-5131 Austell (800) 282-1562 Bloomingdale (800) 482-1144 Brunswick (800) 299-5010 Calhoun (800) 752-9804 Columbus (800) 633-5240 Dacula (800) 545-2945

Kennesaw (866) 289-2228 Macon (800) 633-5180 McDonough (888) 926-2392 Savannah (800) 755-8382 Statesboro (888) 764-6506 Valdosta (800) 755-6841 Washington (888) 678-3211 Waycross (888) 948-2443

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Power Curbers Introduces Next Generation Power Curbers, makers of the 5700 Series, introduced the next generation of the 5700. In January 2020 the 5700-D replaces the 5700-C as the “one machine solution” for concrete slipform applications. The 5700-D excels in curbing, sidewalk, barrier, ditches, paving, tunnel, agricultural and specialized applications, according to the manufacturer. Compact size, simple design, easy operation, high productivity and versatility remain core features of the 5700-D. The new Power Curber SlipSmart Control System makes the 5700-D the most responsive yet. Its simplicity and accuracy provide contractors a new level of precision. The SlipSmart controls come ready to interface with Topcon, Leica, and Trimble 3-D/Stringless systems. In addition to the control system, many new features enhance the 5700-D’s versatility. • “All up” jog switch that raises or lowers all crawler posts simultaneously • New vibrator master scaling knob allows the operator to increase or decrease vibration across all vibrators while individual vibrator adjustments remain relative to each other • Improved cross-slope control • Auto-calibration for the radius steer sensor • Fine scaling of speed pots • Engine display replaces individual gauges • Easy-pivot conveyor • Wires are etched with descriptive label text matching

DOBBS EQUIPMENT (844) 4 MY DOBBS Riverview, FL (Main Office) (813) 620-1000 Fort Myers, FL (239) 334-3627 Lutz, FL (813) 995-0841 Miami, FL (305) 592-5740

In January 2020 the 5700-D replaces the 5700-C as the “one machine solution” for concrete slipform applications.

machine schematics • Cold air dam between engine and console to keep the console and operator cooler • Improved wand-activated high-pressure water system • Redesigned door latches, including a single, lower latch to access the engine compartment • Toolbox end doors • Shovel holders at conveyor • Improvements and additions to optional equipment including, a new canopy, improved low-pressure water system, and improved barrier lift kit with the reach doubled up to 48” (1220mm) For more information, call 704/636-5871 or visit 

Steve Shivak Joins National Asphalt Pavement Association Association The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) welcomed Steven Shivak as director of membership. Shivak brings more than 15 years of experience implementing strategies that have increased member satisfaction, acquisition, and retention. In this new position, Shivak will be responsible for increasing member engagement and demonstrating the value of membership in NAPA, a 501(c)(6) trade association serving the asphalt pavement mixture production industry. “I am pleased to have Steve join us to enrich our engagement with members and grow NAPA’s membership. Steve

comes highly recommended by his colleagues and peers, and I believe his passion for membership, talent, and skillset will all benefit a national organization like NAPA,” said Audrey Copeland, NAPA president and CEO. “NAPA’s members are our lifeblood. As an association, we exist to protect their interests, to foster advancement and innovation, and to serve their needs for knowledge, education, and insight.” Prior to joining NAPA, Shivak served as president of the SMC Business Councils, a statewide trade association representing small businesses in Pennsylvania as well as vice president of membership and operations of the Pittsburgh Technology Council. At the national level, Shivak has worked for the American Productivity and Quality Center (APQC), the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE), and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE International). “I am pleased to be joining NAPA. The opportunity to be a resource for our members and to provide connections, best practices and solutions is very exciting,” Shivak said. 

Orlando, FL (407) 299-1212 Pompano Beach Parts, FL (954) 977-9541 Riverview Parts, FL (813) 621-4902 Sarasota Parts, FL (941) 960-2004 West Palm Beach, FL (561) 848-6618

REYNOLDS-WARREN EQUIPMENT CO. 1945 Forest Parkway Lake City, GA 30260 (800) 875-5659 (404) 361-1593 180 Thunderbird Drive Richmond Hill, GA 30324 (912) 445-2880

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TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT COMPANY 150 Piper Lane Alabaster, AL 35007 (205) 621-2489 5336 Messer-Airport Hwy Birmingham, AL 35212 (205) 591-2131 800 Church St. N.E. Decatur, AL 35601 (256) 355-0305 4307 Reeves Street Highway 431 North Dothan, AL 36303 (334) 678-1832 243 South Jackson St. Grove Hill, AL 36451 (251) 275-4158 108 Skylab Drive NW Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 851-2222

POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY 4295 Bonny Oaks Drive Chattanooga, TN 37406 (423) 894-1870 1487 Rock Springs Road Kingsport, TN 37664 (423) 349-6111 3300 Alcoa Highway Knoxville, TN 37920 (865) 577-5563 1290 Bridgestone Pkwy LaVergne, TN 37086 (615) 213-0900 3050 Ferrell Park Cove Memphis, TN 38116-3502 (901) 346-9800 1545 Highway 45 Saltillo, MS 38866 (662) 869-0283

2100 East I-65 Service Rd. North Mobile, AL 36617 (251) 457-8991 3285 Selma Highway Montgomery, AL 36108 (334) 288-6580


309 Hamric Drive West Oxford, AL 36203 (256) 831-2440 3820 Greensboro Ave. Tuscaloosa, AL 35405 (205) 752-0621 3305 Highway 77 Panama City, FL 32405 (850) 763-4654 9036 Pine Forest Rd. Pensacola, FL 32534 (850) 505-0550

7566 W. Tennessee St. Tallahassee, FL 32304 (850) 575-5600 3033 US Hwy 27 E. Perry, FL 32348 (850) 584-9200 2578 SE Baya Drive Lake City, FL 32025 (386) 752-9544 6870 Phillips Highway Jacksonville, FL 32216 (904) 296-5000 356 N. Hwy 17 Palatka, FL 32177 (386) 326-6268 7398 NW 44th Avenue Ocala, FL 34482 (352) 732-4646

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Knoxville, TN • 865/577-5563 LaVergne, TN • 615/213-0900 Chattanooga, TN • 423/894-1870 Kingsport, TN • 423/349-6111 Memphis, TN • 901/346-9800 Saltillo, MS • 662/869-0283

Birmingham, AL • 205/591-2131 Alabaster, AL • 205/621-2489 Anniston, AL • 256/831-2440 Decatur, AL • 256/355-0305 Dothan, AL • 334/678-1832 Huntsville, AL • 256/851-2222 Mobile, AL • 251/457-8991 Montgomery, AL • 334/288-6580

Tuscaloosa, AL • 205/752-0621 Panama City, FL • 850/763-4654 Pensacola, FL • 850/505-0550 Atlanta, GA • 404/366-0693 Albany, GA • 229/435-0982 Augusta, GA • 706/798-7777 Calhoun, GA • 706/879-6200 Columbus, GA • 706/562-1801 Hoschton, GA • 706/654-9850 Kennesaw, GA • 678/354-5533 Macon, GA • 478/745-6891 Savannah, GA • 912/330-7500

Ft. Myers, FL • 239/337-1313 Jacksonville, FL • 904/786-6710 Ocala, FL • 352/629-7585 Orlando, FL • 407/849-6560 Pembroke Pines, FL • 954/433-2800 Plant City, FL • 813/754-2727 West Palm Beach, FL • 561/863-0570 Asheville, NC • 828/681-5172

Charlotte, NC • 908/777-8345 Greenville, NC • 252/695-6200 High Point, NC • 336/665-0110 Raleigh, NC • 919/851-2030 Wilmington, NC • 910/254-2031 Columbia, SC • 803/794-6150 Greer, SC • 864/877-8962 North Charleston, SC • 843/486-8080

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Peter Deem Receives ACPA’s 2019 Hartmann-Hirschman-Egan Award The American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) About the has presented its 2019 Hartmann-Hirschman-Egan Award to Hartmann-Hirschman-Egan Award Peter Deem, Holcim (U.S.) (retired) and Leet Denton/ACPA The Hartmann-Hirschman-Egan award is one of the most Honorary Life Member. coveted awards presented by the American Concrete The award recognized Deem for Pavement Association. The award his distinguished career and dedicatrecognizes individuals and compaed service to the American Concrete nies, as well as other organizations, Pavement Association. Among his for unparalleled commitment, dedimany contributions to the cation, participation and leadership in Association were his leadership in the concrete pavement community. collaborating with ACPA contractors First presented in 1968, the award to build the Association and expand was originally named in honor of both its scope and its effectiveness in Harold W. Hartmann, who served as the marketplace. the Association’s secretary-treasurer “In a range of leadership posifrom 1964 until 1974. In 1987, Robert E. Hirschman’s name was tions, including service as ACPA's added in recognition of his term as 2006 Chairman of the Board, his contributions went above and The American Concrete Pavement the Association’s chairman (then beyond the call of duty, even after his Association (ACPA) has presented its president) in 1967, as well as his retirement from Holcim,” said 2019 Hartmann-Hirschman-Egan Award tenure as secretary-treasurer from Gerald F. Voigt, ACPA president and to Peter Deem (R), Holcim (U.S.) 1975 to 1987. In 2007, the name of CEO. “During and after his distin- (retired) and Leet Denton/ACPA Edward A. Egan was added in recognition of his steadfast leadership and guished career, Peter’s passionate Honorary Life Member. dedication to the Association and the leadership of the government affairs industry it serves. Among the stations he occupied was the initiatives for more than a decade stands alone as a testament ACPA’s chairman in 1986, as well as secretary-treasurer — to his dedication. from 1988 to 2007, making him the longest-serving person in “Along with his adroit leadership and guidance, Peter also that capacity in the Association’s history. brought an unwavering smile and created an atmosphere These individuals demonstrated leadership and tireless where hard work, fun, passion and positive direction were dedication to the concrete pavement industry, which helped the ingredients of many great successes,” Voigt added. “He shape the ACPA and the industry it serves. The award is preled ACPA with class and vision, as a cement member repre- sented to individuals or groups that demonstrate the same sentative, committee chairman, board leader, volunteer staff level of dedication as Hartmann, Hirschman and Egan. member and friend to all.” For more information, visit 

ACPA Presents 2019 Marlin J. Knutson Award to Paul Jaworski of Minnich ACPA presented its 2019 Marlin J. Knutson Award for Technical Achievement to Paul Jaworski, product manager, Minnich Manufacturing Inc. The award is presented in recognition of Jaworski’s more than 40 years of expertise in concrete vibration and consolidation technology. “With direct involvement and contribution to virtually all the significant inventions and technological advancements of concrete vibration technologies, you have earned the reputation of being an expert, thought leader and trusted advisor in the art and science of concrete consolidation,” said Gerald F. Voigt, ACPA president and CEO. The Marlin J. Knutson Award for

Technical Achievement is presented to an individual or group who has made significant contributions to advance the development and implementation of technical innovations and best practices in the design and construction of concrete pavements. This award is named in honor of the second chief executive of the American Concrete Pavement Association. Marlin J. Knutson served in that role from 1985 to 1998, and during his tenure was a staunch advocate for technical service and technolACPA presented its 2019 Marlin J. ogy transfer. The Knutson Award for Knutson Award for Technical Technical Achievement has been Achievement to Paul Jaworski (L), awarded annually since 1998. For more information, visit product manager, Minnich  Manufacturing Inc.

DOBBS EQUIPMENT (844) 4 MY DOBBS Riverview, FL (Main Office) (813) 620-1000 Fort Myers, FL (239) 334-3627 Lutz, FL (813) 995-0841 Miami, FL (305) 592-5740 Orlando, FL (407) 299-1212 Pompano Beach Parts, FL (954) 977-9541 Riverview Parts, FL (813) 621-4902 Sarasota Parts, FL (941) 960-2004 West Palm Beach, FL (561) 848-6618

RICHMOND MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 1701 Roseneath Rd. Richmond, VA 23230 1-800-662-6485

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TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT COMPANY 150 Piper Lane Alabaster, AL 35007 (205) 621-2489 5336 Messer-Airport Hwy Birmingham, AL 35212 (205) 591-2131 800 Church St. N.E. Decatur, AL 35601 (256) 355-0305 4307 Reeves Street Highway 431 North Dothan, AL 36303 (334) 678-1832 243 South Jackson St. Grove Hill, AL 36451 (251) 275-4158 108 Skylab Drive NW Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 851-2222

BEARD EQUIPMENT COMPANY 7566 W. Tennessee St. Tallahassee, FL 32304 (850) 575-5600 3033 US Hwy 27 E. Perry, FL 32348 (850) 584-9200 2578 SE Baya Drive Lake City, FL 32025 (386) 752-9544 6870 Phillips Highway Jacksonville, FL 32216 (904) 296-5000 356 N. Hwy 17 Palatka, FL 32177 (386) 326-6268 7398 NW 44th Avenue Ocala, FL 34482 (352) 732-4646

2100 East I-65 Service Rd. North Mobile, AL 36617 (251) 457-8991 3285 Selma Highway Montgomery, AL 36108 (334) 288-6580 309 Hamric Drive West Oxford, AL 36203 (256) 831-2440


3820 Greensboro Ave. Tuscaloosa, AL 35405 (205) 752-0621

1945 Forest Parkway Lake City, GA 30260 (800) 875-5659 (404) 361-1593

3305 Highway 77 Panama City, FL 32405 (850) 763-4654

180 Thunderbird Drive Richmond Hill, GA 30324 (912) 445-2880

9036 Pine Forest Rd. Pensacola, FL 32534 (850) 505-0550

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How DOTs Use Recycled Materials in the Paving Process RAP from page 33

does it perform as well as new pavements containing virgin materials? That’s one of the questions that NCAT is exploring. DOTs are looking at it as well with many states limiting the amount of RAP in the new roads. Several states, however, are starting to become interested in allowing increasing amounts of RAP — although they are moving ahead gingerly knowing the importance of the bottom line. State planners know that taxpayers expect them to produce excellent roads that are useable for years to come, all at a reasonable cost. The National Asphalt Pavement Association tracks the use of RAP nationwide and announced in a recent survey that during 2018 the amount of RAP in new pavements was 21.1 percent, a new high since the survey began in 2009. More than 82 million tons of RAP were included in new pavements, with an additional one million tons of recycled asphalt shingles blended in as well. Still, the change in the amount allowed by each state generally is incremental. “RAP should not be seen as ‘waste’, but as an engineered material that can provide good service as a road-building material,” said Buzz Powell, assistant director of NCAT. “We do the research here that the state DOTs direct us to do and there has been interest in increased RAP percentages in the pavement. Last season we put a 45 percent test section down with a recycling agent that was sponsored by Virginia DOT. We also have a 30 percent RAP for the control section without a recycling agent to see how they compare.” Some states are paying less attention to the percentage of RAP in a mix with most attention on the quality of the road. “We are seeing more focus on the pavement meeting performance specifications,” Powell said. “Does it meet the requirements of preventing cracking and rutting? If it does, then the increased RAP should be allowed.” Sections of the test track with RAP have performed well. “We’ve been using RAP for a long time here,” Powell explained. “We placed a 50 percent RAP section in 2009 and saw some great success. We also had the North Carolina DOT sponsor sections in 2006 that were 45 percent RAP. The road performance on these high RAP sections has been excellent, but we are demonstrating proof of concepts here, using high-quality materials and paving with best practices.” The NCAT Pavement Test Track is not the only place where road experiments are being conducted. Based on the test results, Alabama and other states are experimenting with using higher amounts of RAP in rural areas and elsewhere with lower volume

Cell 79 is where pavements are observed closely and tested frequently for performance through cold winters.

roads where road stresses are less. Road conditions vary from state to state, of course, and Minnesota has been testing the performance of mixes under live traffic near Albertville, Minn. Curt Turgeon, the state pavement engineer for Minnesota, noted the reliability of RAP use in pavements: “We allow 30 percent RAP in overlays and 20 percent in new roads. It’s a percentage we’ve been allowing for at least 20 years and have had good results with it. In the future, if the contractors can use more RAP and still meet our requirements for performance, so be it.” Minnesota DOT also has seen RAP used by maintenance forces in meaningful ways. Robert Vasek, DOT maintenance operations engineer, championed the use of recycled material on road shoulders and around culverts for repair of washouts: “It’s a durable material and because of the binder, it sticks together well and does not just wash away with the next rain.” Recycled asphalt and millings from other roadwork around the state are frequently used on rural roads carrying traffic through wooded areas. These natural and scenic areas can have narrow shoulders and steep inslopes. Adding wider shoulders and flatter slopes is not feasible in these areas, and washouts can create steep drop-offs that can be dangerous if a motorist allows his vehicle to slip slightly off the road. Public works teams often use RAP to stabilize these shoulders and keep motorists safer. Like having a rainy-day fund in personal finances, RAP can be handy for variable road conditions around the state. “The difficult weather we have here in the state can cause sudden road repair needs,” Vasek said. “Having a stockpile of recycled materials and millings from previous projects can prove quite valuable.”

The NCAT Pavement Test Track is a 1.7-mile loop where semi-trucks simulate real-world conditions to test the performance of asphalt pavements.

Texas Experience Often the RAP needs help to be brought back to life. “Texas is currently conducting research to responsibly incorporate higher RAP contents than what are commonly used,” said David Newcomb, Materials and Pavements division head, Texas A&M Transportation Institute. “One project is investigating the use of recycling agents and another is developing methods of performance testing for use in asphalt mixture design and construction. The latter effort just started but will have up to 12 test sites across the state with multiple test sections in each.” Recycled asphalt also is used at airports but the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) only allows the use of RAP in the base course of an asphalt section. It is not permitted for the surface course where the airplanes touch down. Asphalt paving overall is limited to using no more than 30 percent RAP. Texas Materials Group (Austin) has completed several projects using RAP at AustinBergstrom International Airport. “The asphalt work has all been done on non-controlled areas, freight lane roads and the Midfield Access Road,” David Reese said. “While the airport runways are all concrete, we have used asphalt with around 25 percent RAP on parking lots and access roads leading around the airport. It’s very similar to standard highway work; we haven’t required any specialized equipment for the projects.” Virginia Tests Higher RAP Mixes Using higher concentrations of RAP in the paving mix can be challenging. Allan Myers was the contractor on an innovative RAP project which produced 165,000 tons of Cold Central Plant Recycling Material (CCPRM) for a 7-mile job on Interstate 64 between York County and Newport News.

The mix contained 85 percent RAP. “We used cold central plant recycling that enabled us to use a much higher percentage RAP that we had collected from milling projects we had done around the state,” said Craig Rayfield, Allan Myers’ quality control manager for the project. “This was the largest recycling project of its type in the country,” Rayfield added. “We placed 6 in. of the high RAP CCPRM. Finally, we will place 4 in. of stone-matrix asphalt [SMA] on top, meeting the state’s standard for interstate roads.” The Alan Myers team did multiple trials at night and experimented with different pavers and rollers to achieve the desired results. It purchased a specific plant for the project — the KMA 220 plant, designed and built by Wirtgen, could feed pug mill asphalt and concrete. The plant produced 200 tons/hour. “We found the CCPRM was temperature sensitive,” Rayfield said. “We discovered that 50 degrees was our limit for producing or paving with the CCPRM.” The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) was very understanding when it came to specification tolerances on this material because of the variability when it came to the gradation requirements. VDOT also placed sensors in the pavement to record performance data over the coming years. A VDOT spokesman estimated that using the high amount of RAP saved $10 million and produced 50 percent fewer greenhouse gases than if the project had been conducted in a normal manner. Minnesota DOT’s Curt Turgeon had a succinct summary for the use of recycled materials in asphalt paving, stating: “We see RAP as efficient use of resources. It conserves the aggregate and the asphalt that is already present is the RAP. It just makes sense to use it.”  CEG

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South Carolina

Ft. Myers • 239-337-1313 Columbia • 803-794-6150 Jacksonville • 904-786-6710 Greer • 864-877-8962 Ocala • 352-629-7585 North Charleston • 843-486-8080 Orlando • 407-849-6560 Pembroke Pines • 954-433-2800 Plant City • 813-754-2727 West Palm Beach • 561-863-0570

Contact your local dealer: Contact your local dealer: Dealer Name City, ST 123.456.7890 City, ST 123.456.7890 ASCENDUM City, ST GEORGIA 123.456.7890 SOUTH CAROLINA Buford North Charleston City, ST 678-318-9500 843-414-1120 Savannah 123.456.7890 Columbia 912-964-8079 803-791-0740 City ST City, Piedmont NORTH CAROLINA 123.456.7890 864-704-1060 Asheville City, ST 828-687-0620 TENNESSEE Charlotte 123.456.7890 Chattanooga 704-596-8283 423-308-7940 City, ST Greenville Knoxville 252-754-5280 123.456.7890 865-525-1845 Raleigh City, ST 919-661-8710 123.456.7890 City, ST 123.456.7890

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Chattanooga, TN 423-698-6943

Knoxville, TN (East) 865-546-1414

Sevierville, TN 865-595-3750

Austell, GA 800-282-1562

Brunswick, GA 800-299-5010

Dacula, GA 800-545-2945

McDonough, GA 855-901-0100

Valdosta, GA 800-755-6841

Crossville, TN 931-484-4040

Knoxville, TN (West) 865-218-8800

Tri-Cities, TN 423-323-0400

Albany, GA 800-768-2892

Calhoun, GA 800-752-9804

Kennesaw, GA 487-788-1773

Savannah, GA 800-755-8382

Washington, GA 888-678-3211

Augusta, GA 800-446-5131

Columbus, GA 800-633-5240

Macon, GA 800-633-5180

Statesboro, GA 888-764-6506

Waycross, GA 888-948-2443

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Serving the Asphalt Industry for 30 Years 2013 Rosco Maximizer 3B distributor, 1550 gallons, Max3B computer, diesel heat, 16 ft extending spray bar, UD cabover w/UD diesel engine 7.0, push button auto trans Caterpillar Inc. announced new updates to the PM310, PM312 and PM313 cold planers.

Manufacturer Enhancements…

New Marathon HEPR36 walk behind infrared heater, 3 ft x 3 ft, 360,000 BTU propane burner (makes patching or fixing mistakes much easier)

New Marathon TPS115S tack distributor, Honda 5.5hp gas engine, 10GPM pump, 115 gallons, 5 ft spray wand w/40ft hose, propane burner, flushing system (250 gallon trailer mounted units also available)

Cat Introduces Updates to PM300 Line of Cold Planers Caterpillar Inc. announced new updates to the PM310, PM312 and PM313 cold planers. The PM300 Series is ideal for small-tomedium job sites where compact dimensions, optimum maneuverability and high production capabilities are required. Wheel or track undercarriage designs are available for each model.

2000 Rosco Maximizer II distributor, 1000 gallons, computerized, propane heat, 12 ft spray bar, GMC C7500, Cat 3126 diesel engine, auto trans

2007 Etnyre Centennial II distributor, 2000 gallons, computerized, diesel heat, 16 ft spray bar, Ford F750 w/Cat C7 diesel engine, 6 spd transmission, 2 spd axle

2011 Etnyre Centennial II distributor, 1750 gallons, BT-1 computer controls, diesel heat, 14 ft spray bar, Ford F750, Cummins ISB diesel engine, auto trans w/2 spd axle

2014 Volvo DD25B double drum 47” vibratory roller, Volvo diesel engine, double drum drive, water system

2008 Cat AP1000D paver, AS2302 screed 10-18 ft w/electric heat, front wheel assist, Cat C7 diesel engine - $65,000

2004 Ferguson SP912 pneumatic roller, 9 wheel roller, John Deere diesel engine, hydrostatic drive, water system

3517 Wayne White Rd., Climax, NC 27233

More Power The Cat C9.3 engine is now available with 334 hp (249 kW) of power, a 3 percent increase. Along with additional power, these machines also meet U.S. EPA Tier IV Final and EU Stage V emission standards. Improved Visibility and Ergonomics The Cat PM300 Series machines have improved visibility features with a sliding operator’s station, optional camera and an auxiliary power connector for additional lighting. The new sliding station extends beyond the machine frame, approximately 8.5 in. (21.5 cm), providing operators with optimal visibility and line of site when following an edge. These machines also can be equipped with an optional camera that mounts above the cutter box to improve visibility. The camera can be viewed through an LCD Display at the operator’s station enabling the operator to make closer cuts next to obstacles. With the addition of the sliding station, an armrest has been added to the right side to improve comfort. An optional auxiliary power con-

nector located near the back of the machine accepts nighttime balloon lighting additions. Easier Service Servicing the rotor is now easier with an integrated rotor turning system. The hydraulically operated turning device controls the position of the rotor with a 2-button pendant that simplifies bit removal and replacement. System K Rotors Optimized for Cat Cold Planers Cat cold planers are available with the Cat System K milling rotors and feature efficient material flow with an excellent cutting pattern. Rotors are available with spacings of .3, .6 and .7 in, (8, 15 and 18 mm) for a wide range of milling applications. The dual taper retention design provides a reliable method for holding the tool holders in the blocks without the need for a retaining pin or bolt. Reversible paddles and high strength alloys offer more resistance to abrasion and reduce wear for extended rotor life. Optional Cat diamond bits feature a new design for the System K rotors and last up to 80 times longer than conventional carbide bits to extend intervals between bit maintenance, increase production and reduce operating costs. Cat Diamond Bits are sharper than conventional carbide bits, allowing the machine to cut faster and to reduce drag on the cutting system for better fuel economy in demanding applications. For more information, visit 

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VARIOCONTROL Dothan, AL 334-794-8691

Braselton, GA 770-965-1889

Savannah, GA 912-964-7370

Simpsonville, SC 864-963-5835

Troy, AL 334-566-4181

Brunswick, GA 912-264-6161

Valdosta, GA 229-474-6680

Walterboro, SC 843-539-1420

Adairsville, GA 770-773-9857

Columbus, GA 706-687-3344

Andrews, SC 843-221-4940

West Columbia, SC 803-794-9340

Albany, GA 229-888-1212

Grovetown, GA 706-855-5440

Aynor, SC 843-358-5688

Atlanta, GA 404-691-9445

Macon, GA 478-788-1586

Ladson, SC 843-572-0400

(MAIN OFFFICE) RIVERVIEW, FL 813-620-1000 FT. MYERS, FL 239-334-3627 LUTZ, FL 813-995-0841 MIAMI, FL 305-592-5740

ORLANDO, FL 407-299-1212 POMPANO BEACH PARTS, FL 954-977-9541 RIVERVIEW PARTS, FL 813-621-4902 SARASOTA PARTS, FL 941-960-2004 WEST PALM BEACH, FL 561-848-6618

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B&M EQUIPMENT 2208 NW 71st Place • Gainesville, FL 32653 352-336-9800 7722 SE 126th Place • Belleview, FL 34420 352-245-9800 324 Dennard Avenue • Jacksonville, FL 32254 904-378-0889

ACTION RENT ALL 13 Center Rd. • Cartersville, GA 30120 770-382-7368 90 E. Callahan St. • Rome, GA 30161 706-291-0222

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Anticipated for 15 Years, I-26 Widening Project Finally a Go CAROLINA from page 1

congestion characterized by unstable travel speeds.” If projections of continued increases in traffic volume are accurate, it will lead to additional sections operating at similar levels of congestion. Predictions are that by 2040, I-26 could be operating over capacity if nothing is done. In addition to reducing congestion, this project will improve the pavement structure and address deteriorating road surfaces. NCDOT reports that the existing roadway surface has undergone major rehabilitation twice, the last time in 2011. The widening is part of a group of projects, Moneyham explained, that continues the widening of the highway and improvements made to an interchange at Brevard Road in Hendersonville. This section of the project is divided into two contracts at the Buncombe-Henderson county line.

This contract includes a vertical construction component. In addition to the 10 bridge structures that will be demolished and rebuilt, two rest areas built in the 1950s (having already been rehabbed once) also will be razed and replaced while larger parking areas will be added. “We’ll rebuild the welcome center from scratch,” Patton confirmed. Equipment To complete the work, typical earthwork equipment such as concrete pavers and excavators will be on site, but some unique equipment will be needed for certain aspects of the job. A drilled caisson rig (CZM EK250SM) typically used for high-rise buildings will drill 5-ft.-diameter shafts to form the foundations for bridge pilings. Driven pile hammers as well as hydraulic and lattice boom cranes also will be used. The Blueridge Parkway Bridge spans the interstate. Because the old bridge is not wide enough, a new structure will be built beside the existing bridge out of pre-cast, seg-

ahead of the anticipated completion date. According to Moneyham, there are multiple additional incentives and penalties for various portions of the work. Timeline Similarly, Patton says his crew stands to earn a one-time bonus for on-time completion, in addition to incentives for “a lot of intermediate completion times — or penalties for not meeting them.” It’s a tall order. For instance, after closing Butler Bridge Road, an underpass bridge, crews have just 180 days to build the new structure. In order to collect those bonuses and avoid penalties, both crews must finish by April 2024. The Division 13 project is three months ahead, due to their design process being completed sooner and the contract being let to bid first, but the completion dates for both projects are the same. “Division 13 is technically complex,” Patton elaborated when explaining why it will take longer. “Division 14 is longer, but only part of it will be eight lanes, so there’s less work. Some will be only six lanes because traffic decreases as it leaves Asheville.” To keep schedules on track, Moneyham said snow removal was included in their contract, with drivers on call. However, Patton’s contract has no weather contingency. “There’s no Plan B. The only way to get an extension is to lose 40 percent of the contract time.”

Division 13 Part of the first project begins at the county line and stretches 7.49 mi. This entire section will be widened from four to eight lanes. Under general contractor Fluor-United, a joint venture, approximately 200 people in multiple crews work a predominantly MondayFriday schedule, although at times work will continue 24 hours a day due to lane closure restrictions and the tight timeline, Uchiyama indicated. Communication and Coordination Facing mountainous conditions that require Using some of the same subcontractors not some big cuts even though it’s not a new locaonly expedites the schedule, it also facilitates tion, Moneyham said workers have to detercommunication. Coordination is not difficult, mine whether to dig or chip the rocky soil. according to NCDOT, in part because the con“We’ll do some blasting, but not major rock tractors have worked together before. “The cuts,” he predicted. biggest problem is where the projects meet,” What they do cut will be reused. According Patton said. “We’re still negotiating who will do to Uchiyama, NCDOT estimates that 500,000 the concrete and we’re still working on phasing yds. of waste will be reclaimed. Other materials and traffic control.” needed for the project include stone for a Public outreach is achieved through webdrainage layer and about 500,000 sq. yds. of pages, a specific Twitter account, media days, concrete pavement. It’s such a big amount, they anticipate setting up a batch plant on site. After 15 years in development, NCDOT’s Interstate 26 widening project has news releases and a special river users meeting. NCDOT provided river safety procedures, such There was limited purchase of land. “We had finally kicked off with a pricetag north of $534 million. as a safe passage lane for paddlers and other most of the Right of Way,” Moneyham stated. However, the project did impact 24 parcels in Buncombe mental sections requiring “massive cranes” to place them. river users, incorporating floating navigational aids, red County, plus 63 parcels and 58 property owners in Work on that will begin in a year and will require traffic to lights on the causeways and installation of a catchment Henderson County. Walls will help crews adhere to historical shift during placement. “It’s a big piece of the project,” device on structures to prevent construction materials from falling into the water. boundaries — the roadway runs past the Biltmore House Moneyham said. In Henderson, the cranes will be used on three bridges property — and reduce the environmental impact. along the interstate and one that spans the river. Because it’s Traffic a joint venture, Patton said the partners “don’t want to argue For road traffic, both projects are using concrete barriers Division 14 The second project is under the direction of general con- about wear,” so they paid $5 million to Caterpillar to ensure for safety, temporary lane closures with sequential lighting, lane shifting, mandatory speed reduction, increased highway tractor Archer-Western Wright, a joint venture between that every piece of equipment on the project is brand new. patrols, TV cameras with live feed and two towing contracts Archer Western and Wright Brothers, who oversee an averCosts that require a 20-minute response time for crashes and breakage of 75 to 125 people working on site daily and another 30 It’s a considerable investment, but the price tags on these downs along the roadway. “It also covers the parallel routes,” behind the scenes. So far, they’ve been doing site prep, excavating more than projects are high: the Henderson County section is Moneyham pointed out. Patton said the towing contracts are working well. 1 million cu. yds. of earth. Widening this section will require $271,226,964.96 precisely, and the Buncombe County sec534,000 tons of aggregates, 470,000 sq. yds. of concrete tion is approximately $253,010,000, for a total on the two “Clearance times are half what they used to be,” he stated, adding that the contracts include a heavy tow unit for semis. paving, 104,000 sq. ft. of walls, 453,000 tons of asphalt, contracts of more than $534 million. Financing is separate for the two projects, but both are “I’ve never seen it before, but it keeps traffic flowing.” 67,000 LF of storm drain and 223,000 sq. ft. of sound wall. Maintaining traffic during construction has been a chalThere will be blasting, and sound walls erected in residen- funded in part by GRVE bonds, a federal aid grant program, tial areas. There will also be tree removal, although Patton with some federal and some state money. Both contracts lenge the crews have met with nighttime lane closures that said they’re leaving as many trees as possible, which is why include incentives for early completion and penalties for fin- narrow lanes to 11 ft. with safety barriers, known as “Jersey they’re not clearing to the ROW. In addition, there will be “at ishing late. For example, the Buncombe contract includes an barriers.” Inside lanes in Buncombe will rely on the existing additional $2 million if completed by Nov. 2023, six months see CAROLINA page 72 least four acres of reforestation.”

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Authorized Bobcat Dealers

FLORIDA Bobcat of Jacksonville, LLC Jacksonville 904-288-9181 Bobcat of Palm Beach West Palm Beach 561-689-9880 Bobcat of Broward Pompano Beach 954-763-9880

GEORGIA Bobcat of Savannah Bloomingdale 912-236-5588

NORTH CAROLINA Bobcat of Asheville Arden 828-684-4403 R.S. Braswell Company Kannapolis 704-933-2269 Bobcat of Charlotte Charlotte 704-343-9000 Bobcat of Monroe Monroe 704-289-2200 Triangle Equipment Co., Inc. Morrisville 919-781-7910


Bobcat of Johnston County Garner 919-661-1833 Bobcat of Wilmington Wilmington 910-395-2050

mping on the power. Bobcat® compacct track loaders have a Your compact loader neeeds to match your pace without skim balanced system, so yoou can dig, lift and move at the same time without losing power. That meaans faster cycle times and more productivity.

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SOUTH CAROLINA Bobcat of Charleston North Charleston 843-725-6330

Bobcat of Columbia Columbia 803-933-9996

Bobcat of Greenville Piedmont 864-269-3600 800-220-6266

Bobcat of Spartanburg Bobcat of Myrtle Beach Spartanburg Myrtle Beach 864-342-9003 843-236-4499

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Coastal Equipment 504 South Military Hwy. Virginia Beach, VA 23464 757/424-1900

333 Freedom Blvd. Yorktown, VA 23692 757/898-1900

DOBBS EQUIPMENT 2730 Falkenberg Road Riverview, FL 33578 813/620-1000 - Main Office 813/621-4902 - Parts

4333 North John Young Parkway Orlando, FL 32804 407/299-1212

3005 Hanson Street Fort Myers, FL 33916 239/334-3627

3933 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33404 561/848-6618

4618 Scarborough Dr. Lutz, FL 33559 813/995-0841 4343 Northwest 77th Avenue Miami, FL 33166 305/592-5740

1751 Copans Road, Unit 8 Pompano Beach, FL 33064 954/977-9541 - Parts 6265 E Sawgrass Road Sarasota, FL 34240 941/960-2004 - Parts

FLINT 169 Ross Clark Circle N.E. Dothan, AL 36303 334/794-8691

50 Morgan Industrial Blvd. Garden City, GA 31408 912/964-7370

1220 Henderson HWY Troy, AL 36081 334/566-4181

1900 William Few Pkwy. Grovetown, GA 30813-3905 706/855-5440

6446 Joe Frank Harris Parkway Adairsville, GA 30103-2628 770-773-9857

4600 Pio Nono Ave Macon, GA 31206-5064 478/788-1586

1206 Blaylock St. Albany, GA 31705 229/888-1212 4500 Wendell Dr. SW Atlanta, GA 30336-1627 404/691-9445 5333 BBS Way Braselton, GA 30517-1707 770-965-1889 251 Perry Lane Road Brunswick, GA 31525 912-264-6161 2400 Victory Dr. Columbus, GA 31902-3457 706/687-3344

5763 Hunt Road Valdosta, GA 31606 229/474-6680 178 Seaboard Road Andrews, SC 29510 843/221-4940 4900 East Highway 501 Aynor, SC 29511 843/358-5688 136 Acres Drive Ladson, SC 29546 843/572-0400 116 Corporate Drive Simpsonville, SC 29681 864/963-5835 4717 Jefferies Hwy Walterboro, SC 29488 843/539-1420 3464 Sunset Boulevard West Columbia, SC 29169 803/794-9340

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Florida Powerscreen of Florida 5125 Frontage Rd. N. Lakeland, FL 33810 Tel: 863-687-7153 Fax: 863-680-1289 Web:

North Carolina, South Carolina Virginia, West Virginia Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic, Inc. PO Box 2505 Kernersville, NC 27285 Tel: 800-797-7276 Web:

Georgia Powerscreen of Georgia 4000 Speir Ct. Conley, GA 30288 Tel: 404-600-2671

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LINDER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY Florida Ft. Myers • 239/337-1313 Jacksonville • 904/786-6710 Ocala • 352/629-7585 Orlando • 407/849-6560 Pembroke Pines • 954/433-2800 Plant City • 813/754-2727 West Palm Beach • 561/863-0570 North Carolina Asheville • 828/681-5172 Charlotte • 980-777-8345 Greenville • 252/695-6200 High Point • 336/665-0110 Raleigh • 919/851-2030 Wilmington • 910/254-2031 South Carolina Columbia • 803/794-6150 Greer • 864/877-8962 North Charleston • 843/486-8080

POWER EQUIPMENT Chattanooga, TN • 423/894-1870 Kingsport, TN • 423/349-6111 Knoxville, TN • 865/577-5563 LaVergne, TN • 615/213-0900 Memphis, TN • 901/346-9800 Saltillo, MS • 662/869-0283

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT COMPANY Alabama Alabaster • 205/621-2489 Anniston • 256/831-2440 Birmingham • 205/591-2131 Decatur • 256/355-0305 Dothan • 334/678-1832 Huntsville • 256/851-2222 Mobile • 251/457-8991 Montgomery • 334/288-6580 Tuscaloosa • 205/752-0621 Florida Panama City • 850/763-4654 Pensacola • 850/505-0550 Georgia Albany • 229/435-0982 Atlanta • 404-366-0693 Augusta • 706/798-7777 Calhoun • 706/879-6200 Columbus • 706/562-1801 Hoschton • 706/654-9850 Kennesaw • 678/354-5533 Macon • 478/745-6891 Savannah • 912/330-7500

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ALABAMA 1797-A Fulton Spring Rd. • Alabaster, AL 35007 844-786-6373

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3233 Hwy. 80 W. • Jackson, MS 39204 601-948-6740

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Experts Eye Highway Work as Strong Sector in 2020 FORECAST from page 1

“Total growth in nonresidential construction spending, as reported by the Census Bureau’s monthly ‘value put in place’ series, will be close to the 2.2 percent increase recorded year-to-date for the first 10 months of 2019 compared to January-October 2018,” he said. “The best-performing segments in 2020 are likely to include highway and street construction, transportation facilities — airports, transit, ports and railroads — and power and energy — solar and wind, possibly including offshore wind, and pipelines.” Simonson predicted the weakest construction category will be retail again in 2020, but the retail portion of mixed-use facilities, such as airport terminals and office buildings, will be the exception. He believes lodging construction is at risk of a pullback due to overbuilding or a possible rise in interest rates, while warehouse construction will continue shifting away from huge distribution facilities at the fringe of metro areas to smaller “last-mile” or “click-and-collect” structures inside metro areas. These projects will be more expensive per square foot but may not cost more in total, he added. After decelerating over the course of 2019, the U.S. economy appears poised to soften further in 2020, ELFF reports in its 2020 Equipment Leasing & Finance U.S. Economic Outlook. “Overall, we expect the economy to grow 1.7 percent in 2020 (down from an estimated 2.3 percent in 2019), while we project that equipment and software investment will expand 1.1 percent (down from an estimated 3.6 percent in 2019),” states the report’s bottom line. Healthy Equipment Sectors Asked which construction sectors are the healthiest at the opening of 2020, AGC’s Simonson reported the highway, transit, and airports sectors “have benefitted from several years of state and local legislative and voter approvals of gas tax or other revenue increases and bond issues.” In fact, the U.S. transportation infrastructure market is expected to grow at least 5 percent in 2020, according to the annual economic forecast of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA). “The real market growth for 2020 is being fueled by increased transportation investments from federal, state, and local governments,” said Dr. Alison Premo Black, ARTBA chief economist, who conducted the analysis. She predicts total domestic transportation construction and related-market activity in 2020 should reach $300.4 billion, up from 2019’s $286.5 billion, after adjusting for project costs and inflation. The transporta-

The transportation infrastructure market is expected to grow at least 5 percent next year, according the American Road & Transportation Builders Association. Increased transportation investments from federal, state and local governments are helping to grow the sector.

“The best-performing segments in 2020 are likely to include highway and street construction, transportation facilities — airports, transit, ports and railroads — and power and energy — solar and wind, possibly including offshore wind, and pipelines.” Ken Simonson Associated General Contractors

tion construction market grew by 8 percent in 2019, the result of gains in highway, street and pavement work, which grew by $9.6 billion, according to Black. Airport construction work on runways and terminals increased by less than 1 percent in 2019 but was still at record investment levels. Likewise, strong growth in the subway, light rail, and mass transit sector, as well as private railroad investment helped support a strong year for transportation construction activity. Overall, transportation construction market activity is expected to increase or be steady in about half of the states, according to the ARTBA report. Some of the largest markets, expected to remain stable or grow, include Texas, California, Illinois, New

York, Florida, North Carolina, Washington, Minnesota, Michigan, Arizona and Wisconsin. The report also noted that the real value of public highway, street and related construction investment by state transportation departments and local governments — the largest market sector — is expected to increase by 6 percent to $77.5 billion after growing 15 percent in 2019. Construction work on private highways, bridges, parking lots and driveways will increase from $69.1 billion in 2019 to $71.8 billion in 2020 and will continue to grow over the next five years as market activity increases in those sectors. The pace of bridge and tunnel construction work stayed flat in 2019 and is forecast to grow by $800 million, or 3 per-

cent, in 2020. Bridge and tunnel market activity fell slightly from $28.8 billion in 2018 to $28.6 billion in 2019, after adjusting for project costs and inflation. Public transit and rail construction are expected to grow to $24.2 billion in 2020, a 5 percent increase. Subway and light rail investment are expected to reach a new record level, increasing to $11 billion. Airport terminal and related construction work, including structures like parking garages, hangars, air freight terminals, and traffic towers, is estimated to increase to $19.6 billion. Runway work is forecasted to increase to $4.9 billion in 2020. Simonson of AGC also believes the renewable power market is healthy. see FORECAST page 68

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“The market’s condition reflects state mandates and technological progress, making wind and solar more competitive with gas [and coal and nuclear] power generation.” And he noted that “pipelines are being built to catch up with oil and gas produced by fracking, but timing of projects depends on regulatory and court decisions.” Equipment Sales Picture Investment in construction machinery pulled back 6.7 percent in Q3 of 2019, but rose 4 percent from a year ago, according to ELFF. The Construction Machinery Momentum Index decreased from 92.3 in November to 90.8 in December. New privately-owned houses surged 15 percent in October, the fastest growth since late 2017, while the Consumer Sentiment Index improved 1.3 points in November. Overall, the Index points to modest growth in construction machinery investment growth over the next two quarters, reports the equipmentleasing organization. However, investment in material handling equipment grew at an 11 percent rate in Q3 of 2019, and is essentially flat year-overyear. The Materials Handling Equipment Momentum Index improved from 79.1 in November to 81.2 in December, though it remains weak by historical standards. In October, materials handling equipment imports pulled back 2.6 percent, the seventh decline this year, while industrial production fell 0.8 percent. Overall, the Index’s recent movement points to a potential improvement in materials handling equipment investment growth over the next two quarters, according to the ELFF outlook. ELFF noted Investment in all other industrial equipment increased at a 4.5 percent annualized rate in Q3 of 2019, and is up 4.3 percent from one year ago. This category’s index increased from 94.3 in November to 95.7 in December, the strongest reading since mid-2018. In October, the M1 Money Supply increased 0.8 percent, while manufacturing employment increased 0.4 percent in November, the strongest growth in over two decades. Overall, the Index signals continued moderate growth in other industrial equipment investment over the next two quarters. Rouse’s October 2019 issue of The Equipment Report shows values through the third quarter of 2019 for general construction and heavy earthmoving equipment have exhibited some bright signs. According to the construction market intelligence provider, heavy earthmoving products were the first to be impacted, showing a downward pressure on excavator values and to a lesser extent dozers and wheel loaders. As the year has progressed, similar patterns

“The market’s condition reflects state mandates and technological progress, making wind and solar more competitive with gas [and coal and nuclear] power generation.” Ken Simonson Associated General Contractors

have appeared across general construction products, but aerial equipment, telehandlers, and light and medium earth moving equipment are most affected. This abatement tails very strong results in 2018, when the market peaked for many products. In addition to weaker prices for used equipment, Rouse reported a “notable” spike in volumes of construction cranes coming for sale into the auction channel. There has been a continual stable pattern for lower tonnage rough-terrain, truck-mounted, and carry-deck cranes. Higher tonnage all-terrain and crawler cranes are decelerating, but still have slightly soft value trajectory. North American auction figures indicate a potentially challenging future environment for mobile cranes, but whether these sales patterns will persist remains to be seen, according to the report. “The overall market is cautiously stable relative to the period of sharp declines in 2016-17. As commercial construction project work drives tower demand, the OLV index for tower cranes in 2019 continues to reflect an upward trend in used equipment values. The latest OEM reports show increasing revenues year over year, but these figures were coming off the lows of 2016 and 2017. Looking forward, OEM’s have commented on a softening demand landscape as North American and European construction has slowed, and the uncertainty of future market conditions has tempered the economic outlook,” stated the October Rouse report.

Labor and Other Issues Asked if employee workforce numbers will meet the construction industry’s needs next year, AGC’s Simonson responded with a firm ‘No.’ Citing the 2020 AGC of America-Safe Construction Outlook Survey, released at press time, he noted that “threefourths of survey respondents expect to add employees in 2020. However, four-fifths of the firms said they are having a hard time filling positions, and two-thirds think it will be as hard or harder to fill positions in the coming 12 months.” While contractors are optimistic about demand for construction in 2020, many executives are troubled by labor shortages and the impacts shortages are having on operations, training, and safety programs, said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s CEO. “At the same time, many construction executives are troubled by labor shortages and the impacts those shortages are having on operations, training and safety programs, and bottom lines.” Most contractors plan to add staff in 2020 to keep pace with growing demand, just over half report their expansion plans will only increase the size of their firm by 10 percent or less. About one-fifth of respondents plan to increase headcount by 11 to 25 percent, and only 5 percent plan to increase employment by more than 25 percent. Despite plans to expand headcount, 81 percent report having a hard time filling salaried and hourly craft positions. In addition, 43 percent expect the challenge to hire will continue in the next

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12 months, and 22 percent expect that it will become harder to hire in 2020. “Firms are adopting a variety of approaches to replace workers or allow for use of workers with less experience or training than before,” Simonson stated in survey results. In fact, he noted that 32 percent of respondents report their firms are investing in labor-saving equipment, while 28 percent are using methods to reduce onsite worktime. He reported on two other issues affecting the health of the construction industry in 2020. “Two worries have subsided for now but could pop up again,” said Simonson. “If interest rates increase as steeply and quickly as they declined in the fall of 2019, there could be a cutback in homebuilding, developer-financed projects and state and local bond funding for schools and infrastructure.” He also believes that “trade frictions appear to have calmed down for now, but could flare up again. In that case, contractors might be hit directly by tariff costs on materials and equipment and could also see manufacturing, logistics, and transportation facilities put on hold or cancelled.” Benjamin Duyck, the director of market intelligence of Association of Equipment Manufacturers, shared his perspective on the industrial economic outlook during the association’s Thinking Forward event, held in November. He believes the construction industry’s collective question is whether or not a recession is imminent. Though Duyck sees no reason to suggest an economic slowdown is on the way, he said economic indicators lead him to believe it could happen in 2021. “While we have a strong labor market and consumer spending, the biggest impediment to the market right now is the fear that consumer confidence might deteriorate,” said Duyck. The consensus right now, according to AEM, is that because of the inversion of yield curves widely considered a decent indicator a recession could be on the horizon 12 to 18 months into the future. He believes “steady and solid growth is likely to continue for the construction sector,” with residential construction still in the driver’s seat. However, as of late, growth has slowed considerably. Tariffs are playing a role in the uncertainty, as is the need for a new comprehensive infrastructure package. “Both political parties discuss this quite a bit, but nothing has materialized so far,” said Duyck. “It’s now expected for 2021 — and hopefully it comes soon, as most of the infrastructure spending we see today occurs at the state and local level.” 

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“International Trade Exhibition for Agriculture Industry in Minneapolis.” This event focuses on pesticide recertification, low voltage landscape lighting design and technology, urban turfgrass: benefits, management, environmental issues, and much more. Registration is Open! Registration for the largest green industry event in the northern region is now open! Don’t miss your chance to learn from green industry experts in every field and make the connections you need to help build your business or career. Book Hotel Rooms Now! A variety of hotel rooms have been secured at reduced rates for Northern Green 2020 at the Hilton Minneapolis, Millennium Hotel, Hyatt Regency Hotel, and the Holiday Inn Express & Suites. There are a limited number of rooms at the reduced rate so make your reservations today! Vendors That Understand You! Find out who will be exhibiting at Northern Green 2020 and what products and services they offer – search the Vendor Directory! Education to Meet Your Needs! You will find fun and learning around every corner, both on the trade show floor and in the classroom. For more information on Northern Green Expo 2020 contact: Northern Green, 1813 Lexington Avenue N, Roseville, MN 55113. Phone: 651/633-4987. Email: Website: ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS (AGC) AGC Construction Safety & Health Conference DATES: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 to Friday, January 17, 2020 Location: Austin, Texas Safety and Health For more information on this Program, contact AGC, 2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118. Fax: 703/548-3119. Email: CONSTRUCTION CPM CONFERENCE DATE: January 19 – 22, 2020 PLACE: Disney World Florida at the B Resort & Spa All About the Conference on CPM Three Full Days of Study and Training in CPM the Critical Path Method of Planning & Scheduling Analysis. Study and discuss the theory and practice of CPM. Explore and train on a variety of CPM software products. Go home with “how to use” skills on three or more software solutions. Expand your skill sets with sessions on estimating, cost and risk. Consider how BIM, lean and green demands will impact your practice. Discuss your needs at vendor specific users’ forums. Join the jury at the Mock Trial. Network with other construction professionals, that’s right! Construction Professionals! Located at the B Resort at Disney World Florida Our Continuing Mission To explore leading edge CPM scheduling concepts To Seek out new expert schedulers and software solutions To boldly go where no scheduling conference has gone before Contact Information: CPM Construction Scheduling/Construction Experts. Phone Number: 844/877-3247. ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS (AGC) AGC’s Project Manager Development Program 2nd Edition DATES: Monday, January 20, 2020 to Friday, January 24, 2020 TIMES: Monday, January 20, 2020 – 8:00 AM Friday, January 24, 2020 – 5:00 PM Location: San Antonio, Texas

Future plans NCDOT intends to begin the Connector project in a couple of years to widen I-26 from I-40 north to the Broadway Street interchange. Designed to separate local traffic from interstate traffic in Asheville, the Connector work is estimated to cost $950 million and includes revamping the I-26/I40/I-240 interchange near the WNC Farmers Market, adding two lanes to I-240 in West Asheville and building a new bridge to carry I-26 and I-240 traffic over the French Broad River north of Bowen Bridge. Beyond that to the north side of the Broadway Street interchanges, NCDOT is in the planning stages of widening I-26 from Broadway up to U.S. 25/70 near Weaverville. NCDOT planned for future growth, based on 2040 traffic projections, which is why the two current contracts widen I26 to eight lanes instead of just six. “We would be back in 10 years if we were only building six lanes,” Patton surmised. There’s a long way to go. Crews have just begun clearing and erosion control, Patton reported, adding that he fully expects to complete on schedule and collect the bonus.  CEG

STraining/Professional Development For more information on this Program, contact AGC, 2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118. Fax: 703/548-3119. Email: THE NAHB INTERNATIONAL BUILDERS’ SHOW Dates: January 21 – 23, 2020 Place: Las Vegas, Nevada The NAHB International Builders’ Show (IBS) is the home building industry’s premier event. Only at IBS can you connect with thousands of your home building peers, industry experts and manufacturers to exchange ideas, discuss challenges and access real business solutions. Don’t miss your chance to get cuttingedge, first-hand information on hot topics, trends and technology, discover new products and find effective ways to enhance and optimize your business. Top reasons you should be at the Builders’ Show! . Incredible Value – Business Benefit . Education – 150+ Education Sessions . Exhibits – 1,400+ Exhibitors . Construction Demos – High Performance Building Zone & Jobsite Safety Zone . IBS Live – The Future of Home Building . IBS Centrals – Niche-Focused Programming . Show Homes – Complimentary Tours . Connections – 67,000+ Attendees . Special Events – Awesome Fun! . Fantastic Location – Vegas, Baby! All work and no play…not at IBS! Much to see and do after the show in fabulous Las Vegas – the city that never sleeps! BONUS Reason! Design & Construction Week. Your IBS registration includes access to the exhibits of the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) as part of Design & Construction Week. For more information on this show, please contact: NAHB International Builders at 202/2668690. Design & Construction Week Design & Construction Week (DCW) features the co-location of the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) and the NAHB International Builder’s Show (IBS). The 7th Annual Design & Construction Week (DCW) will be held January 21 - 23, 2020 at the Las Vegas Convention Center and attended by more than 90,000+ residential design and construction professionals who came together to the network, discover new products and take advantage of numerous learning opportunities. Thanks to our 2020 Supporting Organizations! . American Institute of Building Design . Cabinet Makers Association . Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association . International Code Council . Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association . National Lumber & Building Material Dealers Association . National Tile Contractors Association . Natural Stone Institute . Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors National Association . Structural Insulated Panel Association . Window & Door Dealers Alliance Contact Us! Domestic: 800/465-5514, International: 847/996-5814, ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS (AGC) AGC’s 2020 Conference on Surety Bonding and Construction Risk Management

DATES: Monday, January 27, 2020 to Wednesday, January 29, 2020 Location: Bonita Springs, Florida For more information on this Program, contact AGC, 2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118. Fax: 703/548-3119. Email: CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 North America’s Largest Construction Trade Show With tens of thousands of visitors, a successful exhibition at CONEXPOCON/AGG 2020 can change your business. We will help you make the most of all your opportunities. DATES: Tuesday, MARCH 10 to Saturday, MARCH 14, 2020 Show Hours: Tuesday, March 10th thru Friday, March 13th 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Saturday, March 14th 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM PLACE: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA About the Construction Trade Show: This show is massive and a must attend! It has all the latest equipment and the cutting-edge technologies we need to make us even more efficient. CONEXPO-CON/AGG is North America’s largest construction trade show representing asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, lifting, mining, utilities and more. . 2,800 exhibitors . 2,500,000 square feet . 150 education sessions Decrease downtime and increase efficiencies with new products and technologies from 2,800 exhibitors. Who is Exhibiting in 2020 by Product Category? • Aggregates Processing • Asphalt Production & Paving • Business Solutions • Concrete Construction & Manufacturing • Earthmoving Equipment & Material Handling • Engines, Components & Electronics • Hauling Equipment • Infrastructure Support • Land Clearing • Lifting (Aerial & Cranes) • Pumps • Rail Equipment • Safety & Traffic • Trucking • Underground Construction • And more! Who Attends? CONEXPO-CON/AGG brings contractors, dealers, distributors, service providers, engineers and producers together. No other show connects attendees from every major construction sector. Browse New Products See the latest, most innovative construction equipment and products, conveniently in one place online, so you can find the right solution for your next job. Get Expert Advice Discuss equipment before the show (without the sales pitch!). Easily go direct to leading equipment manufacturers, with any question, so you can narrow down the right machine for your next job. Build Your Network We bring the entire industry together. Tap into a network of experts, from successful construction owners, to experienced equipment operators, and key contacts at manufacturers. For more information, CONTACT US! Monday to Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Central Time (U.S.) U.S. & Canada: Toll Free: 800/867-6060 International: +1 414-274-0644 China: +86 10 8519-1566

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS 315-633-2944 • Columbus (Delaware), OH Sat., January 18, 2020 For: Very Late Model Construction Equipment & more Auction • Houston, TX Tues., January 21, 2020 For: Complete Liquidation Retirement Auction • San Angelo, TX Wed., January 22, 2020 For: Very Large Late Model Rental Return Auction • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., January 24, 2020 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Orlando (Kissimmee), FL February 1 - 9, 2020 For: 27th Annual Florida Auction • Buffalo, NY Thurs., February 27, 2020 For: Large Fabricating Company Liquidation • Las Vegas, NV Wed., March 11, 2020 For: Very Large Rental Fleet Construction Equipment Auction • Syracuse, NY Sat., March 14, 2020 For: Construction Equipment, Attachments and more RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS 402-421-2631 • Ellenboro, WV February 5, 2020

Coming Auctions To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at • Chehalis, WA March 26, 2020 • Kansas City, MO March 27, 2020

AL: 334-693-2540

• Atlanta, GA March 27, 2020

• Headland (Dothan), AL Jan. 30 – Feb.1, 2020 For: 23rd Annual Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

BAR NONE AUCTION 866-372-1700 • Portland, OR Fri., January 24, 2020 For: Monthly Public Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., February 8, 2020 For: Monthly Public Auction BIDADOO AUCTIONS 1-877-BIDADOO • ONLINE ONLY January 21, 2020 • ONLINE ONLY January 28, 2020 • ONLINE ONLY February 4, 2020 • ONLINE ONLY February 11, 2020 • ONLINE ONLY February 18, 2020

• Houston, TX February 11 - 12, 2020

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• Tipton, CA February 14, 2020

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• Orlando, FL February 17 – 22, 2020 • Phoenix, AZ February 26, 2020

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• Las Vegas, NV March 12 - 13, 2020

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• Sacramento, CA March 18, 2020 • Chicago, IL March 18, 2020

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• ONLINE ONLY January 29, 2020

• Columbus, OH March 19, 2020

• ONLINE ONLY February 5, 2020

• Los Angeles, CA March 20, 2020

• ONLINE ONLY February 12, 2020

• North East, MD March 24, 2020

• ONLINE ONLY February 19, 2020

• Minneapolis, MN March 25, 2020

• ONLINE ONLY February 26, 2020

• Philadelphia, MS March 25 - 26, 2020 For: 19th Annual Springtime Contractors Equipment & Truck Auction DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. 765-778-9277 • ONLINE ONLY February 4, 2020 • Pendleton, IN Thurs., March 19, 2020 For: 28th Annual Spring Auction HESS AUCTIONEERS 866-511-2493 • Marietta, PA Fri., February 14, 2020 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment I.R.A.Y. AUCTION 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., March 6, 2020 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Public Auction JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. 601-450-6200 • Stanton, TX Wed., January 15, 2020 For: Permian Basin Unreserved Public Auction • Newberry, SC Sat., January 18, 2020 For: Absolute Auction – Cannon Associates & Others • Pelzer, SC Thurs., January 23, 2020 For: East Coast Winter Public Auction • Kissimmee, FL February 10 – 13, 2020 For: Annual Florida Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., January 30, 2020 For: Truck & Trailer Auction RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. 800-806-3395

• Brooklyn, MS March 6 - 7, 2020 For: Early Spring Construction & Transportation Public Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., January 23, 2020 For: Shop Equipment Timed Online Auction

• Pelzer, SC Wed., March 25, 2020 For: East Coast Early Spring Public Auction

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• Piedmont, SC April 2 - 9, 2020 For: Absolute Auction – Kennedy Electrical Supply

• ONLINE ONLY January 7 - 14, 2020 For: January NetAuction

J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS 856-764-7163 • Plymouth Meeting, PA Sat., January 25, 2020 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more • Verona, KY Thurs., February 13, 2020 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more McGREW EQUIPMENT COMPANY 888-311-2811 • Seven Valleys, PA Tues, February 11, 2020 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

• Cortland, NY Sat., January 25, 2020 For: Annual CNY Farm Supply Winter Auction STEFFES GROUP INC. 701-237-9173 • ONLINE ONLY January 17 - 22, 2020 For: Timed Online ONLINE ONLY February 7 - 12, 2020 For: Timed Online VANTAGE AUCTIONS 951-228-9040 • Lake Elsinore, CA Sat., January 25, 2020 For: Heavy Construction Equipment and more


• Lake Elsinore, CA Sat., February 8, 2020 For: Heavy Construction Equipment and more

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., January 15, 2020 For: Ag Equipment Auction


• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., January 16, 2020 For: Truck & Trailer Auction • ONLINE ONLY Tues., January 21, 2020 For: OK Department of Wildlife Conservation Auction • ONLINE ONLY Wed., January 22, 2020 For: Vehicles & Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., January 23, 2020 For: Construction Equipment

• Perris, CA Fri., February 7, 2020 For: Public Auction WSM AUCTIONEERS 623-936-3300 • Phoenix, AZ Sat., February 8, 2020 For: Public Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Tues., January 25, 2020 For: Government Auction


• ONLINE ONLY Wed., January 29, 2020 For: Ag Equipment Auction

• Kissimmee, FL February 12 – 15, 2020 For: 46th Annual Florida Auction

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A Guide to 2020 Industry Auction Companies Absolute Auctions & Realty Inc. Absolute Auctions & Realty Inc. is a full-service online auction company that was founded in 1946. We began serving the auction and appraisal needs of the Hudson Valley, N.Y., and have expanded to serving the auction needs of clients all over the globe. Our clients include municipalities and private sellers selling one item or an entire fleet or estate. We pride ourselves on our reputation and have dedicated ourselves to the auction method of marketing and promotion. Our professional team is always pursuing new technology and methods to better serve our clients and buyers. Our auctioneers are active members of both the National Auctioneers Association and the NYS Auctioneers Associations, serving as Past Presidents of both and currently on the Foundation board and teaching classes for the NAA. We currently conduct over 500 online auctions a year of municipal surplus vehicles and equipment, business liquidations, construction materials, real estate, and estate sales. We are located at 45 South Ave, Pleasant Valley, N.Y. For more information call 800-243-0061 or visit Alex Lyon & Son Sale Managers & Auctioneers Inc. Alex Lyon & Son was founded in 1950 by Alex Lyon as a company that handled private treaty negotiations of cattle and farm machinery. In 1973, Alex’s son Jack became more involved and began to diversify, working heavy equipment sales into the lineup of services. Today, Lyon’s conducts over 150 construction equipment auctions worldwide yearly. Alex Lyon & Son is headquartered in Syracuse, N.Y. For more information, visit AllStar Auctions Inc. AllStar Auctions Inc. located just north of Barrie, Ontario, Canada, specializes in the remarketing of your excess heavy equipment, transportation equipment, agricultural equipment and recreational products. Bid live on site or conveniently bid online. Sellers, capitalize on our low, capped commission rates, and buyers, take advantage of our large selection of quality machinery at fair market value. We offer many professional services that include full inspection and appraisal of your assets offering sound advice allowing you to sell with confidence while achieving high sales results. When needed, we are nimble and can take our show on the road to conduct off-site auctions for opportunities such as full dispersals and major fleet realignments. We offer a timed auction that allows buyers several days to bid on equipment maximizing returns for our sellers. Located just 10 mins. north of Barrie, Ontario at 44 Line 9 South, Oro-Medonte, Ontario, Canada, our professional team of territory managers, administrative and yard staff will make your experience with AllStar Auctions a very seamless process. Call us at 1-888-376-3155 or visit our website at for information on upcoming auctions and for inventory listings. AllStar Auctions —Bringing Buyers & Sellers Together.

The Auction Company The Auction Company (TAC) was started in 2003 by owners Claudia Knopp and Steve Gorin. Claudia and Steve have been in the auction industry for over 30 years, specializing in construction equipment, rental equipment, trucks, trailers and automobiles selling for rental companies, contractors and government agencies. TAC’s mission is to provide the highest quality auction services with honesty, integrity, professionalism and success. Our personable and knowledgeable staff will work to provide you with the utmost in quality service, ensuring that all of your auction needs and expectations are met and exceeded. We at the Auction Company put you, our customers, first! We are located at 1450 N Pennsylvania Ave, Colton, Calif., 92324 or you can reach us online at Bar None Auction Founded in 1993, Bar None Auction conducts premier monthly public auctions specializing in heavy equipment, commercial trucks and industrial support items. Year-round auctions are conducted throughout the Western U.S., including our permanent auction yards in Sacramento, Calif., and Portland, Ore. We are proudly headquartered in beautiful Sacramento, Calif. Please visit us online at bidadoo Inc. bidadoo is the largest and most trusted online auction service on the world’s largest auction marketplace. bidadoo provides professional remarketing for used construction equipment, rental fleets, trucks, and other capital assets — on the world's largest auction marketplace, eBay. bidadoo is a global online remarketing company with Auction Service Centers across North America and bidders and buyers from around the world. For the past 16 years bidadoo has become the most trusted company buyers and sellers turn to for online auction services of used capital equipment. We work with the some of the largest equipment owners in the world including Sunbelt Rentals, Herc Rentals (formerly Hertz Equipment Rentals), H&E Equipment, JCB, Genie/Terex, JLG, Komatsu, John Deere dealers, The Boeing Company, city of Seattle and many municipalities and government agencies. With eBay’s 177 million registered users globally, bidadoo provides equipment sellers access to the world’s largest online bidder and buyer base through our long term partnership with eBay. For more information about the company’s online auctions, visit BidSpotter, the global pioneer in live and timed auctions, provides instant access to the thousands of auctions hosted by 350 industrial, construction and farm equipment auctioneers in the U.S. and Canada. With 20-plus years of industry expertise, round-the-clock customer support and a cutting-edge online bidding platform, is dedicated to providing customers with top-tier service and the best online bidding experience. Wholly-owned by ATG Media, continues to deliver exponential yearly growth while at the same time helping industry leading auctioneers grow their business. is the online bidding solution of choice with more than $7 billion worth of products offered on its site, an average of 34 percent sold to online bidders, and a database of 531,000 active buyers. For more information, call 866/597-2437 or visit

Blackbird Asset Services Blackbird Asset Services LLC is a boutique auction and valuation firm that caters to secured creditors and bankruptcy professionals. Founded in 2010 by 25 year auction veteran David Fiegel, the company currently conducts eight to 12 auctions per year both online and onsite. Specializing in commercial sales of machinery, equipment and real estate, Blackbird Asset Services conducts auctions and certified appraisals of commercial assets (“inside the factory”) and construction equipment nationwide. Blackbird is a service oriented, welcome alternative to the mega-auction companies, and is based in Buffalo, N.Y. For more information call 716/632-1000 or visit Bunch Brothers Auctioneers Inc. Bunch Brothers Auctioneers Inc. was formed in 2001 by Steven Bunch to provide one-owner liquidations for contractors via the straight commission philosophy — meaning “Our goal is to get the seller the highest possible selling price their equipment.” Steven Bunch has been in the auction business since 1983 and is now joined by his son Steven “Joe” Bunch, who is also a licensed auctioneer. “The main difference between Bunch Brothers’ family-owned auction company and the public-owned auction companies is ... you are not just another statistic to us. Our reputation is based on your sales being the best that they can possibly be. Bunch Brothers also will spend the time with you to help prepare for the auction and create a respectful yet friendly relationship that will continue long after the auction.” Bunch Brothers Auctioneers has grown to become the largest auction companies in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, conducting one-owner auctions, including construction, mining, industrial, farm, real estate and the annual spring and fall Louisville Two-Day Auctions For more information call 270/748-8080, or visit Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers In 1961, James A. Luggen “Big Jim” (1914 - 2001) founded Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers with his wife, Stella. Prior to that, Big Jim proudly served his country during World War II and returned to civilian life in 1946. He began his business career buying and selling excess war goods with his company, Wright Surplus Sales. As his expertise in the field of industrial machinery and equipment grew, he accepted a position as an auctioneer for Joseph P. Day Company of New York City in 1956. In 1960, he and Stella made the decision to go into business for themselves. In the mid 1970s, Jerome A. Luggen and Jeffrey L. Luggen joined Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers, both after graduating from the University of Cincinnati. Having been around the business their whole lives, they hit the ground running, actively conducting auctions, buying and selling all types of equipment. In the early 1980s, James A. Luggen decided to officially retire from the business, handing the reins over to Jerome and Jeffrey. They immediately took control and began actively seeking new business opportunities, expanding the company in both size and scope. In the 1980s and 1990s, the company flourished under Jerome and Jeff’s management, going from five employees in a home

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office, servicing mostly local clients to a full-time staff of 30 servicing clients nationwide. In the 2000s, Jeff’s sons, Jeffrey M., Jr. (2000) and Joseph (2005) joined the staff, starting on the road set-up crew, prepping the sites for auction. Spending weeks away from home, learning the business from ground up has helped teach them the sacrifice, hard work and dedication that it takes to run a successful small business. In the 2010s, Jerome and Jeff are actively managing the company; Jeffrey M. has grown to a management position and is involved all aspects of the business and Joseph has become secondary auctioneer and an accredited AMEA appraiser. Jerome’s son, Ryan Luggen, officially joined the company in 2013 after graduating from Ohio University. Today, the company is running like a “well-oiled machine” with the two fathers’ 30-plus years of experience and their three sons’ youth and ambition, they look to provide top nationwide auction and appraisal services for another 50-plus years.

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Darell Dunkle & Associates Auctioneers Inc. Darell Dunkle founded Darell Dunkle & Associates Auctioneers Inc. in 1965. The business started hosting a variety of farm and heavy equipment auctions throughout the United States. The company also does equipment appraisals. Headquartered at its 3-acre location at 3284 E. Arnold Lake Rd., Harrison, MI 48625, the company hosts 10 to 20 auctions a year. Darell Dunkle & Associates Auctioneers specializes in heavy equipment and holds two annual contractors equipment sales. The company hosts the sales at its Harrison, Mich., location and also offers online bidding. For more information, call 800/433-6670, 989/539-1704, email or visit

Davis Auctions Inc. Davis Auctions Inc. is a public auction house for construction equipment and related supplies. Davis Auctions Inc. has been in business since 1976 selling as an agent for various consignors, including Northeast Utilities, Yankee Gas, Public Service of New Hampshire, various municipalities, banks and private companies. Davis Auctions also provides appraisals for the construction industry. James H. Davis, president of Davis Auctions Inc., is an associate member of the International Society of Appraisers and a member of the New England Appraisers Association. Davis Auctions Inc. is located at 210 Cheshire Road, Route 68, Prospect, CT 06712. For more information, call 800/201-4368 or 203/758-4087 or visit

Deanco Auction Co. of Miss. Inc. Deanco Auction was established in 1992 and specializes in a wide variety of auctions including construction equipment, farm tractors and farming machinery, logging equipment, heavy-duty trucks and trailers in all areas of the United States. The Deanco team brings more than 80 years of combined auction experience to the industry. The sale site in Philadelphia, Miss., is located on 50 acres, features a 10,000-sq.-ft. all-weather drive-thru facility, as well as a 3,850-ft. paved and lighted airstrip. The sale site in Dothan, Ala., has been remodeled, bringing many new features to the forefront of Deanco’s operations. Donnie W. Dean is the company’s owner and CEO. For more information, call 601/656-9768 (Mississippi) and

334/792-1116 (Alabama), or visit

Del Peterson & Associates Del Peterson & Associates was founded in 1970 by Del Peterson. During the early years the company focused its efforts in the fertilizer and grain industries and set the standard for professional onsite auctions in these respective fields. Since that time, Del has retired and his son, Steve Peterson, is now the president/CEO of the business. Del Peterson & Associates Auctioneers is dedicated to making the online auction experience the best possible. The company specializes in selling equipment and facilities through its public online auction service. The company strives to maintain the true auction experience at the convenience of selling and bidding over the internet. The live auction board provides the feel of an onsite auction with a dynamic clock, bidding extension time and the comfort and convenience of bidding from your own computer, tablet or smart phone. The company has a multi-faceted national marketing program that has proven to be very effective in targeting clients across the United States. It has an experienced sales staff and provide additional marketing support through its website, sale bills and advertising in respected regional and national publications. The team of professionals is hard-working, honest and reliable.

Don Smock Auction Company Inc. Don Smock Auction Company was founded in 1990 with an industrial and construction equipment, truck, trailer and real estate focus. The company holds four major auctions each year at its 40-acre, all weather, drive-thru facility. The company is located at 6531 S. State Road 13, Pendleton, IN 46064. DSA also conducts at least 25 onsite auctions throughout the Midwest annually. The company offers additional services, including commissioned auctions, outright purchases, guarantees, appraisals and real estate auctions. DSA strives to find the right buyer and premier equipment and sellers with an international partnership with who is partnered with This service gives the company an almost unlimited customer base for online bidding and buying. The company also has an exploding marketing plan from local journals, signs, Google and Facebook. DSA is proud of its competent auction staff. From auctioneers, salesmen, auction set-up managers and office staff, the company shines with its DSA team. For more information and upcoming auctions, call or visit, 765/778-9277. Also to see current auctions, visit

Equify Auctions Equify Auctions has quickly become one of the premier auction houses in the great state of Texas. Featuring three brand-new, state of the art, climate controlled facilities in Cisco, Wills Point and Sealy, Texas, Equify regularly hosts heavy equipment, machinery and truck auctions across the state. Equify’s auctions are attended by people all over the world due to its online presence, and unparalleled “blue glove” service.  When you take part of an Equify Auction, whether as a buyer or a seller, you quickly see that it’s more than just an auction — it’s an event. Equify is also unmatched in offering a one-stop shop for your construction needs ranging from asset services that provide certified business and machinery appraisals; commercial lending

that will step in when the banks won’t; insurance services to manage and finance your business risk; real estate financing that provides backing for your commercial projects; and, of course, auctions, where you can confidently buy and sell the equipment that is critical to the success of your business. Auctions + Commercial Lending + Insurance Services + Asset Services + You.   Together, we are Equify.   Equify isbased in downtown Fort Worth, Texas, and can be found online at or at 817-490-6800.  Contact us, and Equify your business.

Equipment Marketers & Appraisers Equipment Marketers & Appraisers (EMA) was founded in 1998 by Craig Hilpipre CSA, CEA. EMA specializes in auctions and appraisals of machinery and equipment used in the construction, manufacturing, transportation, agriculture and processing industries. Headquartered in Cedar Falls, Iowa, the scope of operations is throughout the entire Unites States of America. The company’s auction services emphases one-owner on site auctions. Whether conducting traditional style auctions with webcast bidding or online style auctions the results are unsurpassed. EMA provides certified appraisals, which adhere to the standards of USPAP, Equipment Appraisers Association of North America (EAANA), Graduate Personal Property Appraiser (GPPA) and American Society of Appraisers (ASA). EMA clients are financial institutions, courts of law and private enterprise. Hilpipre is a third generation auctioneer. His career started in 1965 at age five with his father Merv Hilpipre. In 1972, Hilpipre conducted his first commercial auction without the assistance of his father. One of the most noteworthy auctions managed and conducted by EMA was on Sept. 12 and 13, 2001. This was a two-day manufacturing facility auction. Needless to say, this was a major challenge. The auction was completed as scheduled and grossed $1.8 million . Contact Equipment Marketers & Appraisers, P. O. Box 369, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613. Office 319/266 3578

Euro Auctions Derek Keys established Euro Auctions in 1998 in Dromore, Northern Ireland, with five employees. Since then, Euro Auctions has grown from a small family-owned business into one of the world’s leading auctioneers of industrial plant, agricultural and construction equipment. Euro Auctions has an unreserved auction policy, which means that everything sells to the highest bidder — there are no minimum bids and no reserve prices. Euro Auctions is headquartered in Northern Ireland and hosts more than 60 auctions annually from its permanent auctions sites around the world. Included in the Euro Auctions portfolio is the United States auctioneer, Yoder & Frey. Yoder & Frey is the United States brand of Euro Auctions and includes sites located at Newnan/Atlanta, Ga, Holland, Ohio, and Kissimmee, Fla., Offsite auctions are held for customers for a variety of reasons such as cessation of trading or retirement auctions, for example. Customers can bid at all auctions onsite or online on a variety of items including construction equipment and farming and agricultural equipment. The company’s goal is to provide a straightforward service to make buying and selling quality equipment easy and accessible to all. For more information, call 770/683-3883 or visit

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Frey & Sons Frey & Sons is an family-owned and Ohio-based family auction business specializing in heavy construction equipment auctions. Frey & Sons is a firm that can handle multiple-day, multimillion-dollar sales of heavy equipment, yet is flexible enough to service the needs of small businesses. Whether an online-only auction or a live auction for a retirement close out, Frey & Sons will adapt the auction to fit the seller’s needs. The company also offers equipment appraisal services to assist customers in business planning. Frey & Sons has been owned and operated by the same family since 1963, when Elias, Robert, Roger “Butch” and Ron Frey founded the company. Robert's sons Mark and Kevin are now involved as the third generation, selling equipment across the country and around the world, the auction way. Henderson Auctions Marvin Henderson founded Henderson Auctions in 1957. From its humble beginnings, Henderson Auctions is now recognized as one of the global leaders in the auction industry, yet small enough to provide personalized service. Henderson Auctions’ two auction facilities include its main office and original 30-acre location in Livingston, La., and 40acre location in Carencro, La.,, conducting more than 50 auctions per year selling construction equipment, trucks, farming equipment, business liquidations and surplus equipment reduction. Henderson Auctions maintains a full-time staff of more than 30 dedicated auction professionals, with more than 200 years of combined auction experience. Henderson Auctions remains a family-owned business with Marvin Henderson leading the company as founder and principal auctioneer. Janet Henderson Cagley serves as the company’s CFO and Jeff Henderson serves as president/CEO, currently serving on the Louisiana Auctioneers Licensing Board. Integrity and service is the cornerstone on which Henderson Auctions was built and remains strong today. Its clients become partners in the truest sense of the word. Every team member in the organization plays an important role. From the set-up crew to the auctioneers and office staff, each and every member of the team is dedicated to providing the best auction experience. The company’s professional auctioneers work aggressively to maintain an exciting atmosphere and are knowledgeable in values of the assets the company sells, and are persuasive in soliciting bids while maintaining a friendly comfortable relationship with buyers. For more information on buying or selling, call 800/850-2252 or 225/686-2252, or visit Livingston Location: 13340 Florida Blvd. Livingston, LA 70754, Carencro Location: 3620 NE Evangeline Thruway, Carencro, LA. Hess Auctioneers LLC Hess Auctioneers LLC was formed in 2007 by four Lancaster County, Pa., business owners with decades of auction and transportation industry experience. They came together to start a company which brings sellers of quality used equipment together with interested buyers at consignment auctions in Marietta, Pa. The company holds consignment auctions six times per year, with approximately 800 to 1,000 units per sale. Its sales feature tractors, trailers, straight trucks, dump trucks, pickup trucks, construction/material and handling/agriculture equipment. Hess also offers its consignors and bidders: full photo listings on its website, national and local print/digital advertising, email marketing, full color brochure mailing, secure storage of equipment, absolute and reserve options, on-site and online bidding, and on-site notary service and fleet liquidation/dispersal services.

Hess Auctioneers LLC is located at 1451 River Road PO Box 10 Marietta, PA 17547. For more information, call 717/426-2493 or 866/511-2493 or visit Hilco Industrial Hilco Industrial was established more than 50 years ago. Today, the company conducts more than 75 machinery and equipment auctions and orderly liquidations per year covering a broad spectrum of industries, company types and levels of technology including construction, mining and more. In addition to onsite auctions, Hilco conducts webcast, online, turnkey, negotiated, private treaty and liquidation sales. Hilco Industrial’s marketing headquarters is located in Farmington Hills, Mich. For more information call Hilco Industrial 877/374-4526 or visit Housby Online Sales Four times a month, starting at 12 p.m. CST, Housby sells all types of light and heavy equipment through an online auction format. Product types include heavy equipment, mixer trucks, forestry and utility equipment, day cabs and sleeper trucks, garbage trucks, dump trucks + much more. Whether buying or selling, Housby makes the process simple. Every sale is backed with the Housby Guarantee that sellers will be paid within 10 business days of the sale and all buyers are screened and guaranteed. All equipment is completed with a professional inspection, appraisal, and photos included. Founded in 1969, Housby has grown to serve customers across America and around the world from its headquarters in Des Moines, Iowa. For nearly 50 years, Housby has developed a full menu of services specific to each customer’s needs and across all industry types. Online timed sales, transportation, new and used truck sales, ready-mix system manufacturing, complete truck refurbishment, and engine rebuilds are just a few of the services offered, now to include heavy equipment sales. For more information to see upcoming auction dates and view equipment, visit Hunyady Auction Company Hunyady Auction Company is proud to celebrate the start of its 30th year in business. The company, located at 1440 Cowpath Road, Hatfield, PA 19440, is a full-service provider of machinery and equipment from proposal to payout. Hunyady Auction Company is staffed with six licensed auctioneers, settlement bankers and clerks, five certified appraisers, notaries public, advertising coordinators and data input team. Operators, mechanics and laborers staff complete field setup crews. For more information, call 800/233-6898 or visit I.R.A.Y. Auction I.R.A.Y. Auction was established in 2000 by Col. Ray Henry, a third-generation auctioneer with more than 30 years’ experience. I.R.A.Y. Auction provides a multitude of auction services and benefits, holding both on- and off-site auctions throughout the year to sell, in addition to heavy iron, real estate, personal property, business liquidations and estate auctions. I.R.A.Y. Auction’s 40-acre auction yard is located at 11935 Hwy 95 NE (on the northwest corner of Hwy 25 and Hwy 95), Foley, MN 56329. The site features a drive-over ramp and large registration area with space for vendor booths. For more information, call 320/968-7230 or visit

Iron Auction Group Iron Auction Group LLC was formed in 2018 by partners Matt McGaffee, Mike Finley and Ross McMillan. The partners have over 50 years of combined experience in the auction and equipment industries and $125 million in proven sales. Iron Auction Group specializes in asset dispositions through live, absolute auctions and has built its success on honesty, integrity, product knowledge, expert marketing and a customer-first approach. Iron Auction Group is headquartered in Charleston, S.C., but travels throughout the South and Eastern United States bringing live auctions to customers at their site and selling construction and farm equipment, trucks, trailers and similar items. Online bidding is available for those who can’t make it to the auction sites. For more information about Iron Auction Group, call 864-546-1216 or visit Iron Bound Auctions Iron Bound Auctions specializes in selling heavy construction and agricultural equipment. Its offices, sales arena and equipment yard are located at 750 U.S. HWY 180, Seminole, Texas. The company was founded in 2015 by Johan Krahn, who always had a passion for the auction industry. He graduated from the Texas Auction Academy and obtained his auctioneer's license in 2015. Iron Bound Auctions employs a close-knit group of honest, hardworking, dedicated and optimistic individuals, most of whom are trilingual (English, Spanish and German) and have known each other since their childhood. For information, visit IronPlanet IronPlanet — a Ritchie Bros. solution — is a leading online marketplace founded in 1999 for selling and buying used equipment and other assets. IronPlanet connects buyers and sellers of used equipment via its weekly online auctions and Marketplace-E, an online marketplace offering multiple price and timing options; its exclusive IronClad Assurance equipment condition certification and family of brands, including IronPlanet, GovPlanet, TruckPlanet, Cat Auctions, Kruse Energy and Ritchie Bros. Inspection Services. For more information on buying and selling with IronPlanet, visit Insight Auctioneers Insight Auctioneers was founded in 1999 and has been serving Highlands County, Fla., and beyond for more than 18 years. The company is located at 5000 State Road 66 in Sebring, Fla. IAS Family Inc. d/b/a/ Insight Auctioneers & Sales started as a small auction company back in 1999. At the time, it was located at the Sebring Airport, but quickly outgrew the location, so in 2001 the company moved to the 60 acres on State Road 66, which is still its home today. In 2010, the company grew again adding a new auction building to its location. While this building houses the offices, the real attraction is the open bays used to actually sell its customers’ items. No matter the weather, the company’s auctions continue to run smoothly, and sit comfortably inside the building. Insight Auctioneers use state-of-the-art technology to provide bidders with item information from three large screens throughout the building. Rain or shine, hot or cold, the company will sell your items. The company holds six auctions a year, which consist of both online and physical auctions on its property as well as offsite auctions. For more information, call 863/ 386-1225, email

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AUCTIONS from page 81 or visit, James G. Murphy Company James G. Murphy founded the James G. Murphy Company in 1970. The company is located in Kenmore, Wash., just outside Seattle. The company also has an office in Keizer, Ore., near Salem. The company has grown from a small family company to one of the largest commercial and industrial auction companies in the United States. The James G. Murphy Company conducts up to 12 auctions a year on its auction site, which is approximately 10 acres. In addition, The James G. Murphy Company conducts approximately 100 auctions a year, specializing in commercial and industrial equipment including contractors equipment, heavy trucks and trailers, forest products equipment, machine shops and metal fabricating equipment, woodworking equipment, vehicles, restaurant equipment, office equipment, computers and much more. The company has sold everything from aircraft to ocean liners. All James G. Murphy auctions are conducted live and online. The company also conducts timed, online only auctions. For more information on James G. Murphy Company, call 425/486-1246 for the Kenmore office, 503/463-4444 for the Keizer office or toll free 800/426-3008 or visit Jeff Martin Auctioneers Jeff Martin Auctioneers has been in business since 2009. The company conducts auctions all over the United States, with permanent locations in Hattiesburg (Brooklyn), Miss.; Pelzer, S.C.; Stanton, Texas; and Kissimmee, Fla., but it also conducts live and online auctions all over the United States. The company’s primary focus is heavy construction and transportation equipment auctions, but it also conducts real estate, industrial equipment, business liquidations and municipality surplus auctions. The company is owned and operated by Jeff Martin of Hattiesburg, Miss. Jeff Martin Auctioneers Inc. continues to grow each year with addition of new markets in areas all over the United States. The company’s corporate headquarters is located in Hattiesburg, Miss. Online auctions are conducted through the company website, Jeff Martin has a long history in the auction business, as he grew up in the industry. Jeff’s father started Martin & Martin Auctioneers Inc. more than 40 years ago in Pelzer, S.C. The goal of the company is “to consistently provide the best value for our customers in the auction profession” in the United States and the world. For more information, call 1-844-450-6200 or visit J.G. Cochran Auctioneers and Associates J. G. Cochran Auctioneers & Associates have been in the auction business for more than 46 years. Cochran Auctions was founded by James G. Cochran, president, CEO and head auctioneer, with his wife Leslie Cochran, director of administration. Since 1972 Cochran Auctions has conducted auctions and appraisals of estates, personal property, farmconstruction and industrial equipment, commercial business, bankruptcies, with an emphasis on construction equipment/farm equipment, heavy trucks and real estate throughout the Mid-

Atlantic Region. Our Company has won several nationally recognized awards for our auction brochures and marketing. The Cochrans’ daughter, Jamie V. Cochran, is our director of marketing and is an on-staff auctioneer. At Cochran Auctioneers, we conduct successful auctions — and we make friends. We do both by providing the best possible results. We also know that service — sincere, friendly service — is the only way we can return the trust and confidence you place in us. We hold auctions on site at your home, farm or business or at our modern state of the art 86 acres Complex located conveniently along Maryland Route 66 at 7704 Mapleville Road just north of Boonsboro, Md. For more information call 301.739.0538 or visit J.J. Kane More than 20 years ago, J.J. Kane was established to serve the construction and utility industries. J.J. Kane conducts more than 36 live, absolute, public auction sales each year at 14 locations, nationwide. Plus, the J.J. Kane Exchange offers two timed, online-only auctions each month, with equipment located coast to coast. Buyers can purchase items both in person at the auction sites or online. In addition to selling items on the auction yards, equipment also can be sold “Live Off-Site,” enabling sellers to part. J.J.Kane makes it easy for buyers and sellers to connect and exchange equipment. J.J. Kane Auctioneers is headquartered at 1000 Lenola Road, Building 1, Suite 203, Maple Shade, NJ 08052. For more information, call 855/462-5263 or visit J.M. Wood Auction Company Inc. J.M. Wood Auction Co. Inc. was founded in 1973 by J. Malcolm and Brenda Wood. Over the years, the company and its reputation has grown to become one of the top leaders of construction and heavy duty truck auctions. J.M. Wood Auction Co. Inc. can provide the seller with the guaranteed assurances they need when it comes to time to sell their surplus equipment. Whether it be a financial guarantee or a complete purchase of one piece or an entire fleet, J.M. Wood Auction will provide you with the custom tailored solutions to best meet your needs. Both Malcolm and Brenda laid the foundation of core values and integrity that the second generation of the company holds dear. J.M. Wood Auction Co. Inc. is family-owned and operated business and looks forward to working with your family. For more information, visit Joey Martin Auctioneers Joey Martin Auctioneers LLC is a family owned and operated auction company conducting heavy equipment and truck auctions across the Southeast. Joey Martin Auctioneers LLC auctions are attended by customers onsite and globally through its online bidding platform and is quickly becoming one of the premier auction companies in the Southeast. Through its handson approach and dedication to fairness, honesty, industry education and hard work, Joey Martin Auctioneers LLC continues to strive for the best customer experience possible. The company is centrally headquartered between Atlanta, Ga., and Birmingham, Ala. For more information, visit

J. Stout Auctions J. Stout Auctions is growing at a rapid pace and is one of the largest privately owned auction companies in the Pacific Northwest. JSA hit a milestone this year, opening a new live auction location in Spokane, Wash., to enhance its main branch in Portland, Ore., and expand its services to the Midwest states. In the company’s six multimillion-dollar heavy equipment, commercial truck and government surplus fleet live auctions of 2018, online and live bidders hit record-setting numbers, representing 18 countries and all 50 states. J. Stout Auctions also started both monthly Government Surplus and Industrial Machine and Tool online-only auctions this year, collecting everything from retired police mounted unit hats and saddles to lathes and oscilloscopes. The next live public auction is March 13 in Portland, Ore., which will mark the start of big and exciting changes JSA is making in 2019. You can follow J. Stout Auctions on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, to be the first to know more details about the company’s next move, or visit Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company is a family-owned auction business, which has been in business for more than 35 years. Lloyd Meekins offers everything from small-scale auctions to large multi-day events. Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company’s main sale site is located at 4070 N.C. Hwy 211, East Lumberton, N.C. 28358. Situated on 150 acres, it includes a 3,000 sq. ft. all-weather drivethru facility and 50 acres of parking. For more information, call 800/499-6560 or visit McDougall Auctioneers McDougall Auctioneers started more than 35 years ago as a small, family-owned auction business. Today, it is widely recognized as one of the leading auctioneering and appraising companies in Saskatchewan, Canada. Along the way, it has built a solid reputation for reliable appraisals, successful live and online auctions, liquidations, and consignment sales. They are equipped with the knowledge, experience and capacity to successfully tackle even the largest and most complex projects — but are still a small company at heart. Now, with locations across Canada, it is able to offer services from coast to coast. Visit for 24/7 online bidding, with auctions closing daily, or call 1-800-263-4193 to get the details on how to have McDougall conduct your next sale. McGrew Equipment Company McGrew Equipment Company is located in Seven Valleys, Pa., along Route 616, just south of York, Pa. McGrew was founded in 1999, began hosting its auctions in 2001 and has been growing rapidly ever since. The company hosts a monthly auction on the second Tuesday of every month, specializing in farm, construction and lawn and garden equipment at its headquarters location. In addition, the company hosts an auction three times a year at Flat Iron Farm in Great Mills, Md., and two times a year at New Egypt Speedway in New Egypt, N.J. McGrew also can conduct offsite auctions, including complete liquidations, real estate, inventory reductions and estate sales. McGrew’s customers have the ability to bid onsite, online via Proxibid or Equipment Facts and via absentee bids for each of the company’s auctions. For more information, visit

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Mel Manasse & Son Auctioneers Mel Manasse & Son Auctioneers has grown to become one of the largest auction companies in New York and Pennsylvania. Its growth is due, in part, to the company’s quality service and attention to detail, and Mel Manasse & Son Auctioneers is versatile enough to serve the large and small auctions. Since 1965, Mel Manasse & Son Auctioneers has been in the auction and real estate business in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The company is a full time professional auction company. Its goal is to be fair and to satisfy both the buyer and seller. Mel Manasse & Son Auctioneers specializes in the absolute auction method of marketing and sell large amounts of construction, farm, municipal and machine shop equipment; vehicles of all types; business liquidations and all types of merchandise, especially real estate. Mel Manasse & Son Auctioneers conducts approximately 80 to 90 auctions of all types annually for private individuals, companies, banks, lending institutions, municipalities, secured creditors and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. They are licensed auctioneers in New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Ohio and Florida, and real estate brokers in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. For more information call 1/800MANASSE or visit Miedema Auctioneering Miedema Auctioneering conducted its first live auction in 1984. In 1987, founders Sid Miedema Sr., Sid Miedema Jr. and Scott Miedema established Miedema Auctioneering Inc. as a corporation. Over the past 30 years, the company has worked diligently to earn a reputation for honesty and integrity in the auction industry. The company strives for accurate appraisals and high volume sales. Miedema Auctioneering’s team incorporates cutting-edge technology into its auction services to ensure that its clients have the best possible results for their auctioneering needs. In 2000, the company expanded its operations to include an Internet bidding component in its live auctions. The company is able accommodate a wide variety of client needs given its extensive experience managing and conducting online auctions. Over time, a series of specialized companies allow the firm to provide value by tailoring its approach to the individual client’s needs. Today, Miedema Asset Management Group conducts approximately 300 online and live auctions each year. The company handles appraisals, liquidations of construction equipment, agricultural equipment, real estate, guns and much more. Miedema Auctioneering Inc., Miedema Appraisals Inc., Inc., Inc., Inc.,, SSL Corporation and Inc. are conjunctively organized under the umbrella of Miedema Asset Management Group. These companies employ nearly 150 professionals specializing in all areas of commercial, construction, agricultural, industrial and real estate sales. Miedema Asset Management Group continues to grow and expand, conducting hundreds of online and live auctions annually selling to bidders across the globe. It conducts auctions all over the United States and excel in what we do with the knowledge and growth has learned through the last 32 years. The company’s headquarters location is in Byron Center (Grand Rapids Metro), Mich. For more information, call or visit or call 1-800/527-8243.

Motleys Asset Disposition Group Founded in 1967, Motleys Industrial offers an experienced, full-service asset remarketing and appraisal team specializing in commercial and industrial assets. Our flexible sales solutions include auctions, liquidations, cash buyouts, appraisals and brokerage. Industries include: • Construction Equipment & Trucks • Metal and Woodworking Machining Equipment Manufacturing • Business Liquidations • Energy & Utility Companies • Forestry & Agriculture • Marine • Aircraft • Crane and Rigging Clients include: • CSX • Altria • Phillip Morris USA • DuPont • Bigge Crane & Rigging Co. • Primoris • PSNC Energy • US Bankruptcy Courts Government Agencies Motleys Industrial is a division of Motleys Asset Disposition Group, a family owned and operated company. Motleys is the right size to partner with for cooperative deals of all sizes, and offers industrial, auto and real estate sales solutions nationwide. Motleys is headquartered at 3600 Deepwater Terminal Road, Richmond, VA 23234. For more information, call (804) 232-3300 or visit Myron Bowling Auctioneers Founded by Myron Bowling in 1975, Myron Bowling Auctioneers Inc. was incorporated in1985 and has grown to become one of the nation’s largest industrial auctioneering firms. Headquartered in Hamilton, Ohio, the company conducts approximately 80 auctions for privately and publicly held companies, the United States Bankruptcy Court and other lending institutions and turnaround management companies throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. Myron Bowling Auctioneers Inc. focuses entirely on auction services and specializes in the construction equipment; mining; heavy haul and rigging; transportation; as well as CNC machining and machine tools; metal fabrication; manufacturing, marine; material handling, scrap/surplus and woodworking industries. The company has conducted single-owner $25 million auctions, multi-day complete liquidations of major facilities to sales for local excavating contractors Myron is a member of the National Auctioneers Association, Machinery Dealers National Association and the Certified Auctioneers Institute and a founding member and former director of the Industrial Auctioneers Association. For more information, visit Nitke Auctions Nitke provides professional auction service, qualified yard assistance, and knowledgeable staff and management. Its auctioneers are state champions and Nitke always uses state-of-theart settlement and registration systems. The Annual Wisconsin Contractors Auction has been held for 48 consecutive years at Nitke Wausau Auction Center, every spring and every fall. Throughout the years, the company has

sold hundreds of thousands of pieces of equipment to tens of thousands of buyers around the world. Nitke embraces new technology and gets every bidder to attend with all the latest bidding options: Online, simulcast live Internet bidding, and traditional onsite bidding. For more information, visit Powers Auction Service Powers Auction Service has been in business since 1948 — starting with William Powers; Dan J. Powers and Lillian Powers; Dan S. Powers and Deb Powers; and now, Dan R. Powers. Powers Auction Service is constantly learning the markets to make the seller and buyer feel comfortable on sale day. Powers Auction Service is entering its fourth generation and is improving its systems in an ever-changing marketplace, to help the buyer and seller experience a positive auction experience. Powers Auction Service works throughout the Midwest selling thousands of items a year. The company has two permanent auction sites available to the consignor and buyer — Browntown, Wis., and Baldwin, Iowa. For more information, visit Powers Auctions and Equipment Sales Powers has roots in Illinois dating back to 1948 when Dan Powers Sr. began his business. Today, Powers Auction and Equipment Sales LLC is owned by auctioneer, Mike Powers, a veteran of the business for more than 40 years. Powers Auction and Equipment Sales LLC (Powers) has evolved in the time since 1972 when Mike Powers began as an auctioneer. Currently, the business conducts auctions locally as well as works contractually for national auction companies throughout the United States, Mexico and Puerto Rico. In its history, auction attendance has grown from just more than 100 attendees to more than 1,000 for each of its auctions. Powers is a family-owned operation, located in Woodstock, Ill., and currently conducts annual equipment auctions with customers from throughout the United States. Powers is a licensed dealer in the State of Illinois and handles all types of construction and landscape equipment, as well as trucks, trailers, and related equipment. For more information, visit www.mikepowers Proxibid The used equipment market is hot, and so is Proxibid. The most trusted auction companies and equipment brands in the industry rely on Proxibid to provide strategic selling solutions for maximum return on investment. And, the most discriminating buyers choose Proxibid because they know they will get the highest quality equipment at the best prices in the industry. Proxibid offers: • More qualified sellers than any other equipment marketplace • The most sophisticated risk management system in the industry, designed to ensure both buyers and sellers are safe when transacting online • Access to equipment inspection reports, videos and more to make certain buyers have all the information necessary make educated buying decisions with every purchase. Proxibid’s world-class platform connects buyers and sellers with access to the most trusted online resource for buying and

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AUCTIONS from page 83 selling highly valued items like heavy construction equipment and industrial machinery. More than $4 billion in inventory passes through Proxibid’s platform annually across 16 categories representing every major inventory class. With multiple ways to transact ― live auction, timed auction, buy now, or make offer ― there’s no better place to buy or sell. Since 2001, Proxibid has been the market leader in bringing buyers and sellers together in the world’s largest, most trusted online marketplace. No one in the industry provides the level of exposure, expertise or innovation as Proxibid offers with each and every sale. Proxibid is headquartered in Omaha, Neb., with offices in London, UK. For more information about Proxibid, visit Purple Wave Purple Wave, the largest no-reserve internet auction firm in the country, specializes in liquidating equipment and vehicles through no-reserve public internet auctions — providing the easiest and most straightforward way to buy and sell used equipment quickly and efficiently. The Purple Wave approach to auction maintains the traditional auction experience for buyers and sellers, but affords the convenience that comes with the internet. The company’s team comes to its customers and takes the photos and handles the post auction payments and transfer of ownership, advertising and more. In addition, Purple Wave does not require equipment be moved from the seller’s location, which saves the seller time and money. Plus, there are multiple auction held each week, so auction dates fit your schedule. • Browse from any device • Bid anytime/anywhere • Add items to your watch list • Set a max bid • Simple and straightforward Quaker City Auctioneers Quaker City Auctioneers is an industrial auction company that has been selling and appraising assets since 1932. The company’s experience, selling construction equipment, trucks, trailers and industrial machinery, has served its clients throughout the United States and abroad. By combining live and internet auctions (webcast), the company is able to market and sell assets to audiences in any marketplace at any time. The company’s network of diverse business relationships allows it to manage the sale of assets in most any location. Quaker City Auctioneers is able to secure, store, market and sell assets in the most advantageous circumstances to maximize revenue. As certified, USPAP-compliant appraisers, the company will provide values that are reliable and realizable. Whether it buys, sells or appraises assets, it will provide professional, prompt and comprehensive services in a discretionary manner with the utmost attention to detail. The company’s address is 409 Easton Road, Suite 101, Willow Grove, Pa., 19090. For information, consultation or inquiry, call or visit 215/426-5300. Quantos Auctions Quantos Auctions gives customers the chance to confidently bid on and acquire previously owned construction machinery from reputable sellers.

Searching for inventory is simple, with categorized equipment lists that provide users with the ability to scroll down and view detailed specifications, close-up photos, and thorough inspection reports that detail and grade the condition of each component. Each carefully sourced machine is thoroughly examined by experienced inspectors and the results clearly presented, which allows customers to make informed buying decisions. Walkaround videos provide 360-degree views of each machine in action, eliminating the need to travel to see the equipment, which saves buyers time and money. The system even has an auto-bid option that automatically increases your bid. For more information, visit Ritchason Auctioneers Inc. Ritchason Auctioneers Inc. was founded in 1989 in Nashville, Tenn., and has since found a home 30 miles east of Nashville in Lebanon, Tenn. RA specializes in heavy equipment and commercial truck sales which includes construction equipment, farm equipment, vehicles, dump trucks and trailers. The company hosts quarterly on–site auctions in March, June, September and December. Followed by online only timed auctions. The company is equipped to go directly to its customer’s site to provide off-site sale service with the same professionalism that it offers at its auction facility in Lebanon, Tenn. With the next generation of leadership coming alongside the founders, the company looks forward to serving the heavy equipment industries with the same values and uncompromising integrity that has given Ritchason Auctioneers its well respected name in the auction business today. Ritchason Auctioneers Inc. is located at 7538 Linwood Road Lebanon, TN 37090. For more information, call or visit 800/8063395. Ritchie Bros. Ritchie Bros. is a global asset management and disposition company offering customers end-to-end solutions for buying and selling used heavy equipment, trucks and other assets. The company’s selling channels include: Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, the world’s largest industrial auctioneer offers live auction events; IronPlanet, an online marketplace with featured weekly auctions and providing its exclusive IronClad Assurance equipment condition certification; Marketplace-E, an online marketplace offering multiple price and timing options; and Mascus, a leading European online equipment listing service. The company also offers sector-specific solutions including GovPlanet, TruckPlanet, Kruse Energy Auctioneers, and Cat auctions, plus financing and leasing through Ritchie Bros. Financial Services. For more information, visit Roller Auctions David Roller founded Roller and Associates and his first desk consisted of two filing cabinets and an overturned door in the basement of his house. Headquartered in Denver, Colo., Roller & Associates Inc., was founded in 1976 by Roller after a shift in careers caused him to look into the auctioning business. Today, the company is run by his son Dayton Roller. Dayton grew up in the business doing everything including running sheets, labeling brochures, cleaning the facilities and setting auctions. After attending college at Colorado State University, Dayton pursued a career in public accounting with PriceWaterhouseCoopers. After years of performing audits for many technology and mining companies, including two that were taken public, Dayton

went to work for one of his clients in the telecom industry. In 2002, Dayton decided to pursue a career in the auction industry and in 2010 Dayton took over as CEO and president of the company. Roller Auctions specializes in auctions for secured creditors, bankruptcy trustees, government agencies, business owners and more. For these entities, Roller conducts more than 150 auctions per year both at its 13-acre site in Denver and at seller locations. These auctions are conducted via online and live simulcast formats. Roller has been recognized by CoBiz Magazine as one of the top 250 private companies in Colorado and is number one with under 30 employees. Roller Auctions is located at 7500 York Street, Denver, CO 80229. For more information call 866/515-1668 or visit Roy Teitsworth Inc. For 44 years Roy Teitsworth Inc. has specialized in the sale of construction, municipal and farm equipment auctions at the customer’s location or at its auction facility in Geneseo, N.Y. The company manages 60 to 70 auctions per year. Roy Teitsworth Inc. has worked with the sale of construction and heavy equipment for more than 28 years and serves as an auctioneer for a national auction company that specializes in construction equipment. Recognized by the National Auctioneers Association as a leader in the marketing of municipal equipment, Roy Teitsworth Inc. has more than 20 years of experience in this industry. The company also is recognized in New York State by agricultural lenders as a leader in marketing used farm equipment. Roy Teitsworth Inc. is located at 6502 Barber Hill Road, Geneseo, NY 14454. For more information, call 585/243-1563 or visit Sales Auction Company LLC Sales Auction Company was created in 2009 by Samuel M. Sales and Samuel P. Sales (Sr.) and is located at 55 King Spring Rd., Windsor Locks, CT 06096. Since its beginning, this growing company has renovated and expanded its auction facility to more than 13 acres of total ground. In 2017, including an additional building, next door to its facility in order to increase selling ground and to provide indoor space for its new timed auction. Along with the two major semiannual auctions conducted at this permanent facility, Sales has geared up for being able to handle offsite/remote auctions. Sales Auction Company specializes in selling all types of construction equipment including trucks, trailers, fleet vehicles, land care, agricultural equipment and more. For more information, call 860/627-7506 or visit Shetron Auction & Equipment Shetron Auction & Equipment LLC was established in 1991 and is located at 103 Hammond Rd., Shippensburg, Pa., on 15 acres visible from Interstate 81. The company hosts auctions every month on the last Friday of that month in a drive-thru format. In addition, Shetron Auction & Equipment also holds auctions every odd month for MGD Tractor in Lebanon, Pa. Online bidding is available for those who can’t make it to the physical location. Auctions include construction and farm equipment and the company buys new and used construction equipment. For more information call 717/532-8828 or visit

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Steffes Group Inc. Robert Steffes founded Steffes Auctioneers Inc. in 1960, primarily to sell farms and livestock. In 1984, the business incorporated and all business operations were moved to Fargo, N.D. From that time forward, the company has experienced a continued growth pattern and an expansion of its service offerings with locations in North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Iowa & Nebraska. Steffes Group, Inc. is a nationally recognized company that markets farm equipment, construction equipment, industrial equipment, land and real estate at live public auctions and timed online events. For more information, call 800/726-8609 or 701/237-9173 or visit Steffes Group’s North Dakota office is located at 2000 Main Ave. East, West Fargo, N.D. 58078. A few of the featured auctions coming up in 2019 are below: March AgIron West Fargo Event; March 13 AgIron Mt. Pleasant Event; March 14 AgIron Sioux Falls Event; March 19 AgIron Ames Event; March 20 AgIron Litchfield Event; March 21 July AgIron West Fargo Event; July 31 August AgIron Mt. Pleasant Event; Aug. 22 AgIron Sioux Falls Event; Aug. 28 AgIron Ames Event; Aug. 29 September AgIron Litchfield Event; Sept. 5 December AgIron West Fargo Event; Dec. 4 AgIron Ames Event; Dec. 5 AgIron Sioux Falls Event; Dec. 17 AgIron Mt. Pleasant Event; Dec. 18 AgIron Litchfield Event; Dec. 19 United Country Real Estate United Country is an international auction and real estate company that specializes in selling all types of real estate, industrial and commercial assets, construction equipment, oil and gas production equipment and farm and ranch equipment. Established in 1925, the company is the nation’s largest and only organization of real estate professionals and auctioneers specializing in selling entire companies, including the equipment and the real estate. When liquidating assets, United’s 275 auctioneers have sold everything from entire operations to individual bulldozers, graders, diesel engines and oilfield pumps. In the past 30 years, the company has liquidated entire plants that manufactured commercial turf care equipment, aircraft engine resurfacing operations, motor rewinding and transformer repair. The firm also offers a wide range of appraisal services. United Country Real Estate is comprised of more than 5,000 agents and approximately 600 offices nationwide, serving more than 140 international markets with onsite, online-only, online and on-site auctions (real estate and personal property can be bid on online prior to and during a live event), multi-property and multi-parcel auctions. Additionally, United Country has sold billions of dollars of development land, commercial and retail property, warehouses,

equipment storage lots, trophy properties, ranches, farms and recreational land. United Country Real Estate is headquartered at 2820 NW Barry Road, Kansas City, Mo., 64154. For more information, call 800/999-1020 or visit Vantage Auctions Vantage Auctions is a full service heavy construction equipment and commercial truck and trailer auction company operating in the southwest. It is a live auction venue with internet bidding provided in partnership with Proxibid, the world’s largest online bidding platform. Auctions are conducted on its 27-acre site in the city of Lake Elsinore, Calif. Robert LaMarsh, president of Vantage Auctions, and Brian Moening, vice president, combined have worked in the equipment industry for more than 50 years, 30 of which were in the heavy construction equipment auction industry. Together, LaMarsh and Moening have put together an elite team of individuals with more than 70 years within the heavy construction auction industry. Vantage Auction’s focus is on creating positive auction results for its sellers and buyers with comprehensive asset management and unbeatable customer service. For more information, call 951/228-9040, email, or visit Western Construction Auctions Inc. Western Construction Auctions Inc. (WCA) is a full-service construction and industrial auctioneer specializing in the marketing and sale of construction equipment, trucks and trailers, including transportation, mechanical repairs and equipment reconditioning. WCA can help buyers assess the condition and value of equipment of interest. Performing equipment inspections providing additional photos and performance reviews and more are a few of the ways WCA serves customers. Online and proxy bidding also are on offer for WCA’s customers. WCA’s Corporate Office / Auction Yard is located at 2021 Goetz Road, Perris, CA 92570. For more information, call 951/490-0149 or toll free 866/7317760 or visit Wilson’s Auction Sales Inc. Wilson’s Auction Sales Inc., founded in 1966 by David and Carolyn Wilson, has been proudly serving the area’s auction and appraisal needs as Delaware’s leading Auction Company for over 50 years. Today, the company conducts more than 150 auctions annually including the Mid-Atlantic Equipment Auction, featuring a large selection of farm and construction equipment, held in the spring and fall. Our company is a full-service auction facility, and our mission is to continue providing our clients with professional, comprehensive and effective auction services and solutions. We value our consignors and work hard to deliver results by having our marketing team customize an advertising plan to maximize their return. Our expert staff includes professional, practicing auctioneers, ring men, clerks and merchandise handlers, as well as qualified, friendly office and administrative personnel. In addition to two weekly auctions held at our facility, Wilson’s Auction Sales successfully conducts numerous special-

ty auctions throughout the year featuring real estate, estate and business liquidations, antiques, automobiles, low digit delaware license tags, jewelry, coins, farm and construction equipment, horses, horse-drawn carriages and tack, restaurant equipment and more. The company’s permanent auction site is located at 10120 Dupont Blvd. Lincoln, Del. For more information, call 302-422-3454 or visit Wolfe Industrial Auctions Inc. Located at 9801 Hansonville Road, Frederick, MD 21702, Wolfe Industrial Auctions Inc. has specialized in heavy equipment auctions since 1978. The company also offers many additional services including buyouts, liquidations and guarantees and appraisals. For more information, call 301/898-0340 or visit WSM Auctioneers When John Cadzow Sr. arrived in Phoenix, Ariz., in 1971, he likely could not have envisioned the busy auction site that now occupies 10 acres in the southeast corner of the city. A farmer and steel worker from western Pennsylvania, he had always dabbled in selling equipment, but the growth of what is now WSM Auctioneers would have been hard to predict. After starting his own auction company in the 1970s, Cadzow Sr. went on to buy WSM Auctioneers in 1984. With his son, John Jr., running the company since 1998, WSM has grown to be the auction company of choice for many major utility companies in Arizona. Today, nearly 75 percent of a WSM Auction consists of utility related equipment. A huge majority of Cadzow’s consignments come from his seven long-time customers: Arizona Public Service (APS) — the largest electric utility in Arizona; The Salt River Project — the largest water provider in central Arizona; Southwest Gas; Century Link; Maricopa County; the city of Tempe; and Fleet Remarketing Group. For more information, visit Yoder & Frey Auctioneers Inc. Yoder & Frey was established in 1964 by Elias Frey, Tim Yoder and Jack Higley and conducted its first auction on May 5 of that year in Saginaw, Mich. Today, led by V. Peter Clark, the company serves the construction equipment, truck, trailer, mining, farming and forestry industries with 10 to 15 auctions. In addition, the company also offers appraisals. This year, Yoder & Frey will be holding its 44th annual Florida sale in Kissimmee, Fla. Yoder & Frey’s permanent auction sites are located at 651 W. Southport Road, Kissimmee, Fla.; 268 East 4th St., Ashland, Ohio.; and the recently added location at 300 Raymond Hill Road, Newnan, Atlanta, Ga. The company’s corporate headquarters are located at 1670 Commerce Road, Holland, Ohio. Yoder & Frey is part of the Euro Auctions Group — headquartered in Northern Ireland. For more information, call 800/842-6221 or visit

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