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Unique New Outer Banks Bridge Under Construction in Rodanthe, N.C.

The Social Responsibility of Manufacturers...8

WIC: CTE’s Amanda Weisiger Cornelson...16

Fierce ocean storms, hurricanes and nor’easters have regularly pounded the rail-thin Outer Banks of North Carolina. Cape Hatteras is famous for being the “Graveyard of the Atlantic,” a spot on the East Coast notorious for the hundreds of sunken ships sent to the bottom of the ocean floor — some from as far back as the 1500s. Today, the sole way to travel to Cape Hatteras is via N.C. Highway 12, the Outer Banks’ only major roadway, a two-lane connection often at the mercy of shifting sands and ferocious ocean storms. At the north end of Hatteras Island is the tiny community of Rodanthe, a beautiful, wind-swept beach hamlet. To get there from the north, vacationers and residents first drive across Pea Island and a narrow stretch of U.S. 12 before arriving in the small community. But the border land between southern Pea Island and Rodanthe has late-

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ly been plagued by several recent storm surges that damaged or washedout the roadway. When Hurricane Irene blasted open a breach in the fragile sand dunes there in 2011, N.C. 12 was completely severed between the mainland and Cape Hatteras. The same thing happened in 2012 when Hurricane Sandy plowed north across the barrier island. Over the next six years, the North Carolina DOT repaired the roadway and built two different interim bridges to keep residents and tourists moving across the popular north-south islands. However, it has long been a tough place to maintain a simple two-lane road because the low wetlands are geologically susceptible to ocean breaches. The highway not only has the ocean just to its east, but the shallow Pamlico Sound to the west, as well. Nevertheless, engineers with the state agency realized something stursee RODANTHE page 56

Truck & Trailer Section ......................................34-36 Recycling Section........45-55 Attachments Section ..57-60 Business Calendar ............78 Auction Section ..........80-83 Advertisers Index ............82

Leaders Laud Transportation Infrastructure Act The Senate Environment & Public Works Committee unveiled the America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act (ATIA), which authorizes $287 billion in funding from the Highway Trust Fund for the nation’s surface transportation programs over the next five years. The legislation, which was unanimously advanced out of committee, includes provi-

sions to improve road safety, streamline project delivery, protect the environment and grow the economy. ATIA represents a 27 percent increase over the highway funding previously authorized under the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act. Provisions in the bill allows states to use

federal highway funding for lock and dam modernization and rehabilitation projects to address aging and inadequate water infrastructure that threatens the viability of farmers, manufacturers, shippers and other stakeholders. Industry leaders recently weighed in with see ACT page 32


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Many top construction equipment companies would agree but add a caveat — nothing is more satisfying than a job well done while also being able to make a positive impact on the community, and sometimes the world.

LEAD ENGINEERING WEATHERS CHALLENGES OF I-95 RE-DECKING

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The $13.46 million re-decking of four bridges along Interstate 95 in Port St. Lucie at Glades Cut Off Road and Ten Mile Creek will be completed in weeks, much to the relief of motorists that are now able to enjoy a smooth ride.

After years of challenging the rigid hours of service regulations in place for the trucking industry, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association Inc. (OOIDA) may be seeing some progress.

Representing the fourth generation of ownership, Carolina Tractor & Equipment’s Amanda Weisiger Cornelson had always envisioned working for the family company one day — just not before venturing out on her own first.

Epiroc, a productivity partner for the mining and infrastructure industries, showcased its powerful hydraulic attachments in the National Demolition Association (NDA) Live DEMOlition Event.

It was part two of a three-part competition for Thompson Tractor in the Caterpillar 2019 Global Operator Challenge. The venue this time was the dealer’s Montgomery, Ala., branch facility for a two-day event on July 24 and 25.

Fifteen cyclists sponsored by Calder Brothers Corporation, manufacturer of Mauldin Paving Products, recently participated in “A Ride to Remember” cycling event raising $42,392 for the Alzheimer’s Association.

On July 2, MacKinnon JCB was presented a JCB Dealer of Excellence award. This is an award the dealership earned for its continual growth in sales, parts and service business, as well as marketing efforts and promoting the JCB brand.

John Deere has received approval from the U.S. Department of Labor for its new Registered Apprenticeship Program and is making it available to its Agriculture & Turf and Construction & Forestry dealers.

On July 19, Diamond Equipment hosted an open house servicing the Nashville area at its location in La Vergne, Tenn., that also doubled as a celebration of the company’s 50th anniversary.

Aumann Auctions, based in Nokomis, Ill., will be conducting an online-only auction from Aug. 20 to 22, 2019, to liquidate an extensive selection of antique equipment, vintage construction signs and more.

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WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION: AMANDA WEISIGER CORNELSON OF CTE

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THOMPSON TRACTOR HOSTS CAT CHALLENGE IN MONTGOMERY

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MACKINNON JCB WINS DEALER OF EXCELLENCE AWARD

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DIAMOND EQUIPMENT CELEBRATES 50 YEARS WITH OPEN HOUSE

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PINNACLE CRANES NAMED TOP 5 LINK-BELT DISTRIBUTOR

Link-Belt has announced its top five distributors for 2019. These distributors were selected on the basis of overall performance in the marketing and sales of Link-Belt cranes. Founder, Publisher & CEO Southeast Publisher Executive Publisher Editor In Chief Associate Editor Editorial Assistant Editorial Consultant Production Mgr. Controller Circulation Mgr.

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LOOKING FOR ANTIQUE IRON? A LOT OF IT’LL BE UP FOR SALE

VOLVO CE SEES SALES RISE 10 PERCENT IN SECOND QUARTER

Improvements in the key European and North American markets, coupled with a strong focus on its service business, helped Volvo Construction Equipment deliver a good all around performance in its second quarter 2019 results.

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Many top construction equipment companies would agree but add a caveat — nothing is more satisfying than a job well done while also being able to make a positive impact on the community, and sometimes the world.

LEAD ENGINEERING WEATHERS CHALLENGES OF I-95 RE-DECKING

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20

TRUCKS: POTENTIAL RULE CHANGES WOULD RELAX HOURS OF SERVICE

The $13.46 million re-decking of four bridges along Interstate 95 in Port St. Lucie at Glades Cut Off Road and Ten Mile Creek will be completed in weeks, much to the relief of motorists that are now able to enjoy a smooth ride.

After years of challenging the rigid hours of service regulations in place for the trucking industry, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association Inc. (OOIDA) may be seeing some progress.

Representing the fourth generation of ownership, Carolina Tractor & Equipment’s Amanda Weisiger Cornelson had always envisioned working for the family company one day — just not before venturing out on her own first.

Epiroc, a productivity partner for the mining and infrastructure industries, showcased its powerful hydraulic attachments in the National Demolition Association (NDA) Live DEMOlition Event.

It was part two of a three-part competition for Thompson Tractor in the Caterpillar 2019 Global Operator Challenge. The venue this time was the dealer’s Montgomery, Ala., branch facility for a two-day event on July 24 and 25.

Fifteen cyclists sponsored by Calder Brothers Corporation, manufacturer of Mauldin Paving Products, recently participated in “A Ride to Remember” cycling event raising $42,392 for the Alzheimer’s Association.

On July 2, MacKinnon JCB was presented a JCB Dealer of Excellence award. This is an award the dealership earned for its continual growth in sales, parts and service business, as well as marketing efforts and promoting the JCB brand.

John Deere has received approval from the U.S. Department of Labor for its new Registered Apprenticeship Program and is making it available to its Agriculture & Turf and Construction & Forestry dealers.

On July 19, Diamond Equipment hosted an open house servicing the Nashville area at its location in La Vergne, Tenn., that also doubled as a celebration of the company’s 50th anniversary.

Aumann Auctions, based in Nokomis, Ill., will be conducting an online-only auction from Aug. 20 to 22, 2019, to liquidate an extensive selection of antique equipment, vintage construction signs and more.

Link-Belt has announced its top five distributors for 2019. These distributors were selected on the basis of overall performance in the marketing and sales of Link-Belt cranes.

Improvements in the key European and North American markets, coupled with a strong focus on its service business, helped Volvo Construction Equipment deliver a good all around performance in its second quarter 2019 results.

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WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION: AMANDA WEISIGER CORNELSON OF CTE

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THOMPSON TRACTOR HOSTS CAT CHALLENGE IN MONTGOMERY

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MACKINNON JCB WINS DEALER OF EXCELLENCE AWARD

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DIAMOND EQUIPMENT CELEBRATES 50 YEARS WITH OPEN HOUSE

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PINNACLE CRANES NAMED TOP 5 LINK-BELT DISTRIBUTOR

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EPIROC SHOWCASES ATTACHMENTS AT NDA DEMOLITION EVENT RIDE TO REMEMBER — CALDER BROTHERS RIDES FOR ALZHEIMER’S JOHN DEERE ANNOUNCES NEW APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

LOOKING FOR ANTIQUE IRON? A LOT OF IT’LL BE UP FOR SALE

VOLVO CE SEES SALES RISE 10 PERCENT IN SECOND QUARTER

RECYCLING SECTION

45 50 54

ALL OVER NORTH AMERICA

FUEL SAVINGS MAKES WATCO BIG

BELIEVER IN SENNEBOGEN 875

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In the fall of 2015, Case Construction Equipment began the development of a heavy equipment-training program that helped serve as a force multiplier to Team Rubicon’s work.

By Katie Kohler CEG CORRESPONDENT

Some say there is nothing more satisfying than a job well done. Many top construction equipment companies would agree but add a caveat — nothing is more satisfying than a job well done while also being able to make a positive impact on the community, and sometimes the world. For some of the most respected names in construction equipment, charity, sustainability and a culture of caring is a deeply embedded core value. (Editor’s note: CEG will be spotlighting more companies and their charitable efforts in upcoming issues.)

Team Rubicon was on the ground to help with the cleanup after Hurricane Harvey.

Volvo Construction Equipment Volvo Construction Equipment’s approach to social responsibility is directly tied with its focus on sustainability. Highlights of Volvo’s commitment to sustainability include: • Volvo Group hosts the Construction Climate Challenge, where they invite stakeholders and decision makers from all areas and levels of the When an EF3 tornado hit Columbus, Miss., in March 2019, debris construction industry to unite around sustain- blocked roads making it difficult for life saving personnel to navigate. The First Response Team of America and Caterpillar took ability research and development. • Volvo’s traffic safety campaign “Stop, Look, action to clear the roads for ambulances, fire trucks, police and Wave” focuses on professional drivers, school other disaster responders. Here a Cat BHL aided in the cleanup. children and local communities. The program promotes safety awareness for children in their immediate international norms of responsible business behavior and environment, with the help of specific training kits. More stakeholder expectations when developing their work. Volvo isn’t just committed to environmental sustainability. than 260,000 people under the age of 19 die in traffic accidents every year. Many of the accidents involve trucks and It is serious about the future of the construction industry’s buses. In 2015, Volvo Trucks aimed to better the statistic by workforce. Volvo Group has made a commitment to support vocalaunching the campaign • As a signatory of the United Nations (UN) Global tional training schools in Africa in collaboration with strateCompact, partner in the WWF Climate Savers program, and gic partners and has established schools in Morocco, Zambia supporter of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable and Ethiopia. Volvo Construction Equipment has a history of investing Development, Volvo considers global trends and challenges,

In the recent Columbus, Miss., tornado, Thompson Machinery lent the First Response Team of America a 415F2 backhoe and a 249D CTL from its rental fleet.

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Lead Engineering Contractors LLC was awarded the contract to complete FDOT’s $13.46 million re-decking of four bridges along Interstate 95 in 2017.

In addition to the basic re-decking, work on the project also included the milling, resurfacing and restriping of I-95’s approaching and departing lanes for each bridge deck.

Peak days saw 36 construction workers on site as Lead Engineering used both experienced crew members as well as new workers who were trained on the job.

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were switching traffic between the northbound and southbound lanes for the Glades Cut off bridges,” said Uriel Lombardo P.E., Lead Engineering’s senior project engineer. The $13.46 million re-decking of four bridges along “As far as the beam demolition, everything was performed Interstate 95 in Port St. Lucie at Glades Cut Off Road by hand. The decks consisted of precast concrete panels with (County Road 709) and Ten Mile Creek (just south of a topping slab. Part of the demolition entailed saw cutting on Okeechobee Road/Exit 129) will be completed in weeks, the edge of the concrete beams to remove the panels. We had much to the relief of motorists that are now able to enjoy a sufficient time to plan the project and develop the schedule, smooth ride. and we revised it as the construction proceeded.” The Florida Department of Transportation awarded the The Glades Cut Off bridges were above road lanes and contract to Lead Engineering Contractors LLC (LEC) in mainline rail track owned by FEC. March 2017, with the work starting on July 10 of that year. “We kept the railway informed of the operations,” said The bridges, three lanes in each direction, were built in the Lombardo, who noted that false decking was installed on all 1980s. The two bridges at Glades Cut Off Road (478 ft. long) the bridges to prevent debris from falling down into the are adjacent to each other with 60 ft. of open space separatwater and the roads and track. “We didn’t do any physical ing them. The other two spans, crossing Ten Mile Creek, are work around the railroad — it was all overhead.” 3.5 to 4 mi. to the north, with the southbound bridge being LEC established a field office off-site, and it set up a mate894 ft. long while northbound stands at 684 ft. long. rials/equipment yard on a section of median along I-95. The work also includes milling, resurfacing and re-stripConcrete for the new deck, provided by Titan Florida, was ing of I-95’s approaching and departing lanes for each bridge scheduled a week or two in advance, and sometimes monthdeck. The bridges over Glades Cut Off Road span FEC’s ly. Railroad mainline track. Planning for the re-decking, which “We had pours almost every month,” Lombardo said. is being funded by FDOT, began several years “We started on the NB bridge at Ten Mile Creek ago. and proceeded to the NB bridge at Glades Cut off “The super structure was constructed with 3.5 Road, and after they were completed, did the SB inch precast panel with a 4.5- to 4.75-inch CIP bridge at the creek and proceeded to the Glades topping system,” said Kenzot Jasmin, P.E., SB bridge.” FDOT consultant management. “This non-rigid The overlaps between the NB and SB lanes system is not fully composite with the girder and lasted for about one month. After the slabs were allows for rotation and deflection of the bridge cut for the deck removal operations, the pieces deck, which has caused severe cracking and were removed by an excavator fitted with a slab spalling of the bridge deck affecting the rideabilcrab that easily grabbed the larger pieces. ity and the safety of the travelling public. According to Lombardo, trucking was provided Additionally, the heavy truck traffic on I-95 is by local companies which disposed of the confurther aggravating the cracks, degrading the crete, taking some debris to a nearby recycling overall system. Deck replacement is the most center. The plan of attack was based on removing efficient way to overcome this issue.” the deck for four spans at a time, and pouring Based on a 2018 survey, nearly 1,500 cars and concrete for three of them while the deck trucks cross the bridges daily. The re-decking removal pressed forward. plan was designed by Stantec, and the design and “When we were working over the creek, we engineering challenges were considerable. couldn’t put any equipment underneath to do the “This included construction over a railroad, pours — that’s why we did three spans at time,” securing environmental permits, dealing with Lombardo said. “We had pumps on either side of various utilities, MOT on I-95 and CR 709,” the bridges to do the pours. It was very much a Jasmin said. “The construction is taking place In terms of excavators, Lead Engineering crews utilized a John Deere 245G repetitive operation. The only bridges that we above the environmentally sensitive Ten Mile along with Volvo and Wacker Neuson minis. see LEAD page 22 CEG CORRESPONDENT

Creek, and coordination with the U.S. Coast Guard and county and city officials was needed to get everything in order to minimize the impacts.” Thomas B. Reynolds P.E., FDOT district structures maintenance engineer, estimates that the new deck will extend the life of the bridge by another 50 years. “The substructure and superstructure are in good condition,” he said. “The new deck is a conventional design that will carry the required truck loads.” Speed limits on the north-south lanes have been reduced from 70 to 60 mph, and to aid construction efforts, traffic is reduced from three to two lanes at the Glades Cut Off Road overpass around-the-clock in order to facilitate completion of the bridge deck. Several exit and entrance ramps were closed nightly during the milling and resurfacing operations with detours to minimize inconveniences. The remaining work has Lead Engineering crews completing several punch list items, including minor corrections and painting the lane lines. The work had crews engaged in day shifts, saving for the concrete pours that were done at night, usually between 1 and 9 a.m. “A major challenge was dealing with traffic when we


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Women in Construction: Amanda Weisiger Cornelson of CTE By Joe Trinacria

time for me to transition out of the business and come into the family business [at CTE]. I think it was a great experience to have Representing the fourth generation of because we actually have written into our ownership, Carolina Tractor & Equipment’s family bylaws that you are required to work Amanda Weisiger Cornelson had always outside of CTE and work your way up in a envisioned working for the family company different business before you come join the one day — just not before venturing out on family company.” After a brief conversation with her father her own first. While on the surface it may seem like a stretch to compare the largely regarding her stated interest in joining the female-driven retail industry to the obvious- CTE team, Weisiger Cornelson officially ly more male-dominated world of selling came onboard in September 2018. A career and leasing construction equipment, to at CTE was always in the back of her mind, Weisiger Cornelson a similarity exists and Weisiger Cornelson (along with her two between the two at least on the most basic of sisters) were kept in the loop about the family business from the time that they were levels. “I think while the industries are very dif- children. Serving on CTE’s board from 2014 ferent, the people aspect remains the same,” to 2017, Weisiger Cornelson already was she told CEG, expounding further that both familiar with many of the ins and outs, but vocations are rooted in customer service, she still went through a management trainand that it all comes down to treating people ing program to learn everything that she fairly and properly in order to foster long could about the company’s divisions on a micro level. term business relationships. “I learned everything,” Weisiger In growing a business from the ground up, Cornelson said. “I moved through every sinmaintaining a reliable customer base that continues to come back for goods and serv- gle department in every division and got to ices is paramount. Fresh out of college and spend at least a day with somebody in each starting from scratch with two friends as department. I got to shadow people and realpartners, Weisiger Cornelson co-founded a ly see what every single job was like. That digital marketing company that was gave me a good idea for how each departequipped to handle all of the modern needs ment works within the division and then of small retail outlets that ordinarily how all the divisions work together.” These days Weisiger Cornelson works as wouldn’t have much of an online presence. “The idea we started with was how we a Field Service Coordinator in the Carolina can bring e-commerce to small boutiques Cat division of CTE, starting out at the who traditionally were not online (or they ground level and dispatching technicians, didn’t know how to get online), and how we handling work orders and anything else that could do it in a way that was affordable for should come her way. Additionally, Weisiger them,” Weisiger Cornelson explained. “We Cornelson has worked with a committee of started a company called ‘House Account,’ CTE women to champion the company’s which was plug-and-play e-commerce and Women LEAD affinity group, which has a digital marketing for small boutiques, prima- stated mission to cultivate a diverse and rily with women’s fashion stores and home growing employee base by providing targeted opportunities that foster a supportive stores as our core customer base.” Essentially what Weisiger Cornelson and community for females working in the conher partners created was a one-stop shop struction equipment business. “I think it is the little things about making where these little boutiques could access an easy-to-use platform to set up an e-com- the workplace more comfortable for merce website, run their customer relation- women,” Weisiger Cornelson responded ship management (CRM) software and con- when asked about what equipment dealerduct both social media and e-mail market- ships and construction companies can do ing. Starting out in Charlotte, Weisiger differently in order to attract more female Cornelson helped expand her start-up’s foot- employees. “A lot of us, especially with a print to about 30 states in the six years that 100-year-old business, we can get stuck in old habits — or in an old building — where she helped run the business. “Over last summer was when we started we don’t have places to accommodate nurslooking at selling the business,” Weisiger ing rooms and women’s locker rooms and Cornelson said. “I thought that it was a good things of that nature, and we are working on CEG ASSOCIATE EDITOR

Amanda Weisiger Cornelson and her father, CTE President/CEO Ed Weisiger, Jr.

that piece. That is something we are looking at. I also think offering flexibility, especially for our employees who are working moms, is important — for us to offer flexible hours and employee assistance programs for day care add up to make the experience a better and more comfortable one for women.” As for whether or not she feels the need to “earn her stripes,” Weisiger Cornelson stated that in fact she does. Not because she’s a woman in a traditionally male industry, however, but because of the lineage that she comes from.

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t was part two of a three-part competition for Thompson Tractor in the Caterpillar 2019 Global Operator Challenge. The venue this time was the dealer’s Montgomery, Ala., branch facility, where they hosted top operators from central/southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle for a two-day event on July 24 and 25. The top five operators from this competition go head-to-head in Montgomery on September 12 with the top five from the northern Alabama competition held earlier in July in Cullman, Ala. see THOMPSON page 30

This fast-paced run at the Cat motorgrader challenge by Jamie Carter of Carter Construction, Lynn Haven, Fla., was one of day two’s best runs for this event. (L-R): Thompson Tractor’s Derick Freeman goes over the rules of the Cat dozer event with Dylan Moseley and Colton Scott of Operating Engineers — Local 312, Bessemer, Ala.

Lee Smith (R), apprenticeship coordinator of the International Union of Operating Engineers — Local 312 in the Birmingham, Ala., area, signs off on his timing on the Cat 320 excavator challenge with Scott Suttle of Thompson Tractor.

Chris Myrick (in cab) of IUOE Local 312, Bessemer, Ala., receives complete instruction on the Cat dozer challenge from Eugene Mealing Jr., Thompson Tractor’s Certified Cat dealer operator/task trainer. Talking about the “fully loaded” wheel loader competition (L-R) are Stephen Caddis of Civil Worx, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Dan Law of Dan Law’s Concrete, Baker, Fla.; Steve Cato of Cato Land Clearing, Crestview, Fla.; and Tommy Walker of Thompson Tractor — Crestview, Fla.

A big crowd from W.S. Newell & Sons in Montgomery, Ala., made their way to the event to join their friends. (L-R): Emily Anne Newell of Thompson Tractor and her dad Keith Newell of W.S. Newell; Hardy Traylor and Skip Plumlee of Thompson Tractor; Mitchell Newell, Sam Newell and Justin Evers of W. S. Newell.

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To minimize inconvenience to travelers, concrete pours were conducted at night between 1 and 9 a.m.

With project completion in sight, Lombardo is proud of the effort of the crews. “We’re very pleased with the final product — the rideability of the new decks and the final finish surface. We did a very good job in giving FDOT a delivered project, putting in

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Five employees on the sales team at MacKinnon JCB were present at the manufacturer’s Tampa location to accept the Dealer of Excellence award.

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Welcoming their customers to the 50th anniversary celebration (L-R) are Bob Brucken, Travis Clement, Carl Chandler and Ranzy Davis of Diamond Equipment.

Helping with parts are Ben Stacey, Dave Hoeksema and Mike Perry. (L-R) are Osvaldo Valadez, Ethan and Mike Graves of Graves Construction in Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Travis Clement, Dave Clement and Bobby Cyrus of Diamond Equipment.

The company had a good selection of Case excavators on hand for its guests to look over. (L-R) are Craig Feldner of Diamond Equipment; Marlon Cunningham of Cunningham Construction & Development in Nashville and Jeff Donegan of the city of Brentwood, Tenn.

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Enjoying some good conversation with customer-friends (LR) are Rucker Brown of Thompson Tractor — Pensacola, Fla.; Ricky Butler and Matt Arrington of Arrington Curb & Excavation, Flomaton, Ala.; and Lucy Thompson Marsh of Thompson Tractor — Birmingham, Ala.

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After years of challenging the rigid hours of service regulations in place for the trucking industry, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association Inc. (OOIDA) may be seeing some progress. An announcement by the Department of Transportation is expected this summer, following a factgathering phase, of a proposed rulemaking. At issue are strict Hours of Service (HOS) regulations that limit a long-haul driver’s time to 11 hours in a 14-hour window, requiring 10 consecutive hours off-duty to reset the clock, and a mandate for a 30-minute break before completing eight hours. These regulations have been in place since the 1930s and are enforced by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, but the White House’s Office of Management and Budget is reviewing the proposed changes, which many see as a victory for trucking industry lobbyists, who have forged a relationship with President Trump. Under his administration, several transportation safety rules have been repealed and rules under development have been withdrawn or delayed. “We have talked about this and challenged it for years,”

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Hino Trucks Expands Its Certified Network to More Than 25 Dealers Hino Trucks has expanded its Certified Ultimate dealer network with the addition of eight dealers. With the addition of these new dealerships, Hino’s Certified network now includes more than 25 dealerships operating nationwide that continue to have outstanding unified performance year after year across their sales, parts and service departments. Creating an outstanding dealer network requires significant investments by both Hino and a certified dealer, according to the company. In addition to hardware and tooling, they also include training, providing superior customer service by focusing on the Ultimate Ownership Experience through continuous improvements in processes, training and dealership appearance. The backbone of the Ultimate Ownership Experience is Hino’s 240 dealerships across the country who deliver higher standards at every touch point throughout the lifecycle of product ownership. The following are the newly inducted Certified Ultimate Dealerships: • Interstate Trucksource Inc., Romulus, Mich. • Gabrielli Truck Sales Ltd., Jamaica, N.Y. • Hino of Baton Rouge, Port Allen, La. • Flag City Truck, Findlay, Ohio • Bergey’s Truck Center, Souderton, Pa.

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Trucking Lobbyists Support Increase of Driving Hours HOURS from page 34

devices (ELD), which have been mandated since December 2017. Prior to that, drivers kept paper logs of their on- and off-duty time, but those logs were easy to forge in order to get around the long-standing HOS limitations. Not so with the ELD, which is wired to the truck’s engine and cannot be tampered with. In fact, Taylor believes it was the ELD that brought the challenges of the restrictive regulations to the surface because it’s much harder to cheat the system now. However, Belzer pointed out, the ELD only measures when the truck is moving. “Drivers could be working during their ‘off’ time.” He mentioned FMCSA loopholes and said several companies require drivers to log off while the truck is being loaded or unloaded — but they are usually still working … or, at least, not resting. He said a driver is not necessarily offduty while waiting for the truck to be loaded or unloaded, or for a storm to pass. The Truck Driver Occupational Safety and Health: 2003 Conference Report and Selective Literature Review by Belzer and G.M. Saltzman examined FMCSA regulations that cover the collection of data on delays experienced by CMV operators before the loading and unloading of their vehicles and to report on the effects of driver detention, as required by the Office of Inspector General. They found that accurate industrywide data on driver detention do not currently exist because most industry stakeholders measure only time spent at a shipper or receiver’s facility beyond the limit established in shipping contracts. Despite the fact that “available electronic data cannot readily discern detention time from legitimate loading and unloading tasks,” they were able to estimate that a 15-minute increase in average dwell time — the total time spent by a truck at a facility — increases the average expected crash rate by 6.2 percent. The Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, an alliance of insurance companies and consumer, public health and safety groups, believe the ELD is an effective way to prevent

drowsy driving. Other groups, like OOIDA, believe they make regulating drivers too complicated and unnecessarily inflexible. “Drivers run out of hours every day,” Taylor said. “They’re at the mercy of everyone else’s schedules, traffic, construction …” But many think the current regulations are appropriate and worry that the expected change would see drivers putting in longer days, leading to more fatigue. There’s no guarantee a trucker will sleep during the three-hour stop; therefore, many could be on the clock for 17 hours, driving at the end of a long period of being awake, according to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, a professional society of doctors and scientists. Cathy Chase, president of Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, an alliance of insurance companies and consumer, public health and safety groups, is quoted in the Insurance Journal as saying, “I think flexibility is a code word for deregulation.” She believes the HOS are already “exceedingly liberal.” According to Belzer, an earlier rule allowed drivers to log an extra two hours to get to their destination if adverse weather conditions slowed them down. Thus, he sees no need for this new rule change. Instead, he thinks it’s time to “tighten up the abuse” of HOS, viewing relaxation of the rule as a way to force drivers to work longer hours for less compensation. Studies and Statistics Commercial driver fatigue is a well-established problem on Interstate highways. “The [National Transportation Safety Board] did a study back in 1995 titled, ‘Factors that affect fatigue in heavy truck accidents,’” recalled Susan Stevenson, Records Management Division. The Safety Board analysis of Fatal Accident Reporting System data indicates that in 1993 there were 3,169 fatal accidents, in which 3,783 persons died (432 were occupants

Once notice has been posted of the proposed rulemaking, a 45-day comment period will allow organizations and individuals to voice their concerns, then it goes back to the OMB for the final ruling.

of heavy trucks). Fatigue was coded as a related factor for at least one truck driver in 1.67 percent (53 of 3,169) of these fatal heavy truck accidents. The Safety Board believes, however, that the incidence of driver fatigue is under-represented in FARS in general and in FARS specifically with regard to truck drivers. Research has suggested that truck driver fatigue is a contributing factor in 30 to 40 percent of all heavy truck accidents. The Large Truck Crash Causation Study, conducted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, examined the reasons for serious crashes involving large trucks (trucks with a gross vehicle weight rating over 10,000 pounds). For this study, a nationally representative sample was selected from the 120,000 large truck crashes that occurred between April 2001 and December 2003. Each crash in the sample involved at least one large truck and resulted in a fatality or injury. According to NHTSA’s estimate, there were approximately 120,000 fatal and injury crashes nationwide during the 33-month study period that involved at least one large truck; 141,000 large trucks were involved in those crashes. According to Belzer, the data suggest that economic factors affecting drivers contribute significantly to truck crashes. Drivers work long hours because they need to make a certain wage, according to Belzer, who said research indicates that 25 percent of drivers work 75-100 hours per week. “For the past 30 years, there has been an effort to reduce the likelihood of crashes through more regulation,” he said, “but things have gone downhill since 2004.” That’s when HOS rules were “tweaked,” raising the number of working hours legally allowed by “a great number — about 25 percent, to 84 hours a week.” He believes the purpose of that change — as well as this proposed one — is to have drivers work more hours, not fewer. From a micro-economics perspective, Belzer said, if truck drivers are paid for all their time, the industry will find ways to be more efficient. “Paying for all the time worked would solve lots of problems. The evidence suggests it works. The average trip is 550 miles, which means drivers load and unload every day. That’s up to four hours unpaid.” Unpaid but not resting as part of their 10 hours off the clock. “That needs to change,” he said. Drivers who are fatigued can become a hazard behind the wheel. For example, 2017 saw a 10 percent increase in fatal crashes in 2017 (total of 4,657) involving large trucks from the year before, according to a May report issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, an agency of the Transportation Department. Sixty of the truckers in these accidents were identified as “asleep or fatigued,” although the National Transportation Safety Board has said this type of driver impairment is likely underreported on police crash forms. In fact, the NTSB has declared fatigue a “pervasive problem” in all forms of transportation and added reducing fatigue-related accidents to its 2019-2020 “most wanted list” of safety improvements. A groundbreaking study by the Transportation Department more than a decade ago reported 13 percent of truck drivers involved in crashes that resulted in fatalities or injuries were fatigued at the time of the accidents. Parking Spaces The OOIDA filed comments with the Transportation see HOURS page 40


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Mack Defense Presents Army With Keys to First M917A3 Heavy Dump Trucks Mack Defense celebrated the official handover of the first in 2017, seeking to develop the next generation of HDTs five Mack Granite model-based M917A3 heavy dump with increased occupant protection levels, higher payload trucks (HDT) to the U.S. Army during a ceremony at the and improved mobility. Mack Defense was awarded the Mack Customer Center. contract in May 2018 and will produce armor-capable or Leadership from Mack Defense presented the keys to armored HDTs with deliveries through May 2025. officials with the U.S. Army in front of attendees, including The Mack Defense M917A3 HDT is based on the civilian several representatives of local and state-elected officials. Mack Granite model, one of the top-selling construction Beginning in July, the trucks will enter up to 40 weeks of rig- trucks in North America. To meet the demanding needs of orous durability testing at the the U.S. Army, Mack Defense U.S. Army’s Aberdeen Test engineers added heavier-duty Center in Maryland. rear axles, all-wheel drive and “The Mack Defense M917A3 increased suspension ride height. HDT embodies Mack’s core valThe new trucks will help ues of durability, reliability and increase the U.S. Army’s operaapplication excellence, and we’re tional effectiveness and readiconfident these vehicles will ness, while supporting mobility, exceed the U.S. Army’s rigorous counter mobility, survivability testing requirements,” said David and sustainment operations for Hartzell, president of Mack the Joint Force. Defense. “We are proud of our Mack Defense, a wholly efforts and collaboration with the owned subsidiary of Mack U.S. Army to deliver a truck that will serve the men and women of Mack Defense President David Hartzell offi- Trucks, is responsible for the sale our armed forces for years to cially presented the first five Mack Granite- of heavy-duty trucks to federalcome.” based M917A3 heavy dump trucks to the U.S. and ministerial-level customers The U.S. Army first solicited Army during a ceremony at the Mack Customer globally. For more information, bids for the M917 HDT program Center. visit www.mackdefense.com. 

U.S. Department of Transportation Expects to Rule on Hours of Service This Summer HOURS from page 38

Department, recommending that truckers be allowed to pause the 14hour clock for up to three consecutive hours to wait out bad weather, heavy traffic or traffic delays, loading or unloading or other interruptions keeping them from driving. Under current rules, the clock keeps ticking, adding pressure to drivers to make up time once the interruption is past, believes Todd Spencer, president. Under the proposed new rule, “drivers would still have to cite conditions to justify stopping the clock,” Taylor said. She believes drivers will self-regulate, minimizing the risk of fatigued driving. One factor influencing truckers to adhere to the rules is the consequences of breaking them, which can include fines and possible penalties levied by their employer. However, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health indicated in a 2010 survey that OTR truck drivers continue to work similar unusually long hours, with long-haul

truck drivers working an average of 60 hours per week and regularly exceed maximum working hours prescribed by Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration HOS regulations. One of the contributing factors, according to the Trucking Research Institute, is a shortage of truck parking space at both public and private facilities. Survey data indicates the majority of commercial truck drivers think there are not enough parking options, and that the Northeastern United States has the greatest shortage of parking. The report indicates that “truckers stated that when given the option, they would prefer to park at private facilities (versus rest stops); however, they frequently reported that at such areas, parking spaces were often not suitable for their vehicles, and that even when they find spaces, they do not always get restful sleep there.” With the 30-minute break rule, Taylor said some drivers are forced to stop in areas not conducive to sleep, unsafe areas such as highway shoulders or when they aren’t tired. She said

OOIDA is working on the parking issue and hope that the relaxation of the rules will allow drivers to rest when they’re tired, not when they have to. Belzer, however, doesn’t believe that self-regulation will occur because drivers will be pressured to meet demanding delivery schedules. “The OOIDA wants flexibility,” Belzer said, “but it’s about limitations on the amount of waiver offered.” In short, he believes insurance costs will offset the risk of having drivers on the road more hours. Next Steps Once notice has been posted of the proposed rulemaking, a 45-day comment period will allow organizations and individuals to voice their concerns, then it goes back to the OMB for the final ruling. “I’m optimistic that they take our suggestions regarding flexibility,” Taylor said, adding that OOIDA has received “lots of hints” that things will go their way.  CEG

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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section For more information on crushing, screening and recycling equipment, visit CEG's Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

Terex Evoquip Event Draws From All Over North America

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erex Evoquip held a demonstration event July 24 and 25 in Bridgewater, N.J., at Emerald Equipment Systems Inc.’s facility. Contractors from around the northern New Jersey and New York City area, including Terex Evoquip dealers from around the country, had the opportunity to see the company’s compact line of crushing and screening equipment in action. There, Terex Evoquip presented several models: • Colt 1000 with a 6.5 cu. yd. hopper and 13.6-in. by 4-ft. double deck screen • Colt 800 with a 3.8 cu. yd. standard hopper capacity and a 9-ft. by 4-ft. double deck screen • Cobra 230R with a 3.4 cu. yd. hopper capacity and an 8-ft. by 4-ft. single deck mesh screen • Cobra 230 with a 3.4 cu. yd. hopper capacity and a 36-in. wide product conveyor • Bison 280 with a 4.7 cu. yd. hopper capacity and a 32-in. wide product conveyor • Colt 600 with a 3.9 cu. yd. hopper capacity and an 8-ft. by 4-ft. double deck screen Matt Dickson, business line director of Terex Evoquip, spoke to CEG about the demonstrations.

(L-R); Matt Dickson, business line director of Terex Evoquip; Seamus Sheelan, president of Powerscreen of New England; and Cathal Sheelan, vice president of Powerscreen of New England.

“We are running this event here in New Jersey along with our distributor, Emerald Equipment Systems,” he said. “We basically opened it up to all our customers within the area, but we also opened it up to all of our distributors, and they can bring their customers as well. Anyone in the North American market interested in

(L-R): Alan Coalter, president; Connor Cobane, sales manager; and Michael Hughes, sales representative, all of Powerscreen Crushing and Screening, Louisville, Ky.

crushing/screening and onsite recycling that deal with concrete and asphalt waste are invited.” Dickson said that Evoquip machines are compact in size, but “they are also very versatile, and you can do so much with them. If you take our scalper screening range, you can do topsoil with them, you can do quarry

application with them, you can do recycled concrete and you can do asphalt. They are so versatile and easy to use. Customers can put them to different jobs.” Dickson added that Terex launched its compact crushing and screening line in 2006 and launched the Evoquip line in 2016. see TEREX page 50

Guests line up to check out the Evoquip equipment demonstrations.

Matt Dickson, business line director of Terex Evoquip, stands with Brian McCammon, sales manager of Emerald Equipment Systems during the event.

Terex Evoquip provided a delicious barbecue lunch catered by American B-B-Q company for its guests.


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Fuel Savings Makes Watco Manager a Big Believer in Sennebogen 875 When Jon Mihalic’s last cable crane operator retired recently, he knew the time had come to also retire the aging Manitowoc 4000 crane from his barge dock. “You can’t find a qualified cable crane operator anymore,” he noted, “but really, that old crane just wasn’t efficient by today’s standards.” Mihalic heads the Watco Company’s barge and rail terminal in Industry, Pa., near Pittsburgh. His two berths on the Ohio River handled 529 barges of ferro-alloy, gypsum and steel last year, serving 20,000 trucks in and out. As the terminal’s assistant general manager, he led the search for a new machine to replace the cable crane. A Split Vote Goes to Sennebogen His team’s survey of new lifting equipment quickly narrowed down to two candidates: a 308,000 lb. (140,000 kg) purpose-built material handler from Sennebogen, or 235,000 lb. (107,000 kg) hybrid excavator model similar to others in use at various facilities. The Watco team was leaning toward the proposal from Murphy Tractor for a Sennebogen “Green Hybrid” 875 RHD, but it came to a split vote. “I was the hold-out,” Mihalic said. “The sheer lifting power of the Sennebogen 875 would give us a significant increase in capacity, plus the powered rotating attachments With the reach and visibility, the 875 at Watco has we wanted. I just did not believe the fuel figures that reduced cycle time significantly.

Sennebogen was quoting to us.” There’s No Comparison To make his decision, Mihalic contacted other owners of the 875 working on the Ohio and Mississippi waterways. “They all said the same thing,” he said. “For fuel efficiency, there’s just no comparison.” The 875 R-HD is the flagship of the distinctive Green Hybrid series of heavy-lift machines that Sennebogen first unveiled in 2014. These models are easily recognizable by the massive center hydraulic cylinder mounted between the two main lift cylinders that operate the boom. The Green Hybrid cylinder is the heart of a novel energy recovery system that uses the weight of the boom to capture energy on each down stroke, then releases that free energy to provide lifting power for the next load. Fuel savings with the Green Hybrid system are dramatic — up to 30 percent less fuel compared to conventional material handlers. Mihalic has now seen the results for himself. He was skeptical of the Green Hybrid concept. Then, when he looked closely at the system, he found that it’s “surprisingly simple.” His 875 consumes half the fuel of the converted excavators used by other facilities. His yard also operates PC800 excavators. “The Sennebogen is 50 percent bigger than our excavasee SENNEBOGEN page 52

Terex Evoquip Holds Demonstration in Bridgewater, N.J. TEREX from page 45

“We noticed an opportunity in the marketplace for compact equipment, particularly for working on smaller job sites,” he said. “With the Evoquip line, contractors can do onsite crushing rather than having to haul the waste material away and crush it off site.” And northern New Jersey is an

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New York, and you can’t get much bigger than that in North America.” During the two-day event, Terex Evoquip treated its guests to a barbecue lunch catered by the American B-B-Q company and dinner the evening of July 24 at Maggianos in Bridgewater, N.J.  CEG

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The Only Number That Matters Most of the steel that Watco receives comes in 20,000 to 25,000 lb. (9,000 to 11,400 kg) coils, but the 875 has lifted coils up to 54,000 lbs. (24,500 kg). According to Mihalic, the terminal’s key factor is spec’ing equipment for the work we are doing. “We don’t look at the whole load chart. We look at how much it can lift from the outside wall of the barge from about 12 ft. below grade, or our below dock level — that’s the only number that matters.” Mihalic gives much of the credit to the powered rotator that carries the C-hook used to lift coils and billets. “You can put it anywhere you want it, very quickly; the old crane required a worker in the barge to place the C-hook into each coil; now the 875 operator can turn the hook any way he needs to, and engage the coil. We put a bunch of plywood out on the dock and the 875 just buries the forklifts that put the coils away. We’re unloading 120 coils in 4 hours, with a crew of one. It’s impressive.” For more information visit www.sennebogen-na.com. 


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dier and long-lasting had to be built if North Carolina wanted to keep people safely and easily driving the length of the Outer Banks. A bridge design was needed that could help traffic avoid a flood-prone portion of the island, while at the same time exhibiting a form befitting the charm and elegance of the area’s natural beauty.

Construction on the new Rodanthe Bridge is expected to wrap up in late 2020 or early 2021.

“The contractor started to drive piling on the south end of the project in mid-November, and since the beginning of March we have also been driving pile on the north end of the structure,” said Pablo Hernandez, NCDOT’s resident engineer of eastern North Carolina.

“Jug Handle” Design to Choke Off “S Curves” So, when completed in late 2020 or early 2021, the new $145 million Rodanthe Bridge — with a distinctive “jug handle” design — will redirect and elevate N.C. 12 westward and over the sound, away from the “S curves” and the beach side. To do that, the 2.4-mi.-long bridge will cross over delicate wetlands on Pea Island and bend around and into northern Rodanthe on Hatteras. By doing so, the new structure will eliminate the “S curves” — a colloquial term for the section of N.C. 12 north of the village. Unlike the rest of the generally straight northsouth pathway of N.C. 12, this part of the roadway along a marshy beach gently bends east and west only yards from the ocean and the sound. The “S curves” were the result of unstable earth, shifting sands and efforts by engineers to rebuild the shattered roadway onto the most stable land they could fill following each violent tempest. In the next couple of years, vehicles heading south from the North Carolina mainland through Manteo and Nags Head will approach the Rodanthe Bridge after reaching the end of the 13-mi.-long Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge. Once elevated on to the bridge, drivers will then gradually head westward and out over the shallow Pamlico Sound to a point almost a half-mi. from shore, before making a sharper

arc back east and onto land in the northern part of Rodanthe parallel to Pappy Lane. From there, traffic can either head south through a proposed roundabout, or back north into Rodanthe via its street system. Extensive Work Started Last Fall Flatiron Construction, along with design partner RK&K, were awarded the contract to design-build the Rodanthe Bridge in January 2017. Equipment began arriving at a staging area near the site in summer 2018, before the company was able to finally begin more extensive work in the fall. “The contractor started to drive piling on the south end of the project in mid-November, and since the beginning of March we have also been driving pile on the north end of the structure,” said Pablo Hernandez, NCDOT’s resident engineer of eastern North Carolina, based in Manteo. “A subcontractor, Waff Contracting in Edenton, then installed a concrete sheet-pile wall on the north end.” Another major subcontractor on the job includes RPC Contracting in Kitty Hawk, a company renowned for its earthwork and paving in northeast North Carolina. Although Flatiron is performing its own form work on the bridge, as well as installing the hundreds of piles needed, they are relying on Commercial Ready Mix to supply the concrete mix. In addition, the precast concrete will be coming from Coastal Precast Systems in Chesapeake, Va. Working on the Railroad The means and method that the design-build team came up with to erect the Rodanthe Bridge was all due to having to build in shallow water — so shallow, in fact, that even barges can’t be floated in the Pamlico Sound. see RODANTHE page 76

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Epiroc Showcases Attachments at NDA DEMOlition Event Epiroc, a productivity partner for the mining and infrastructure industries, showcased its powerful hydraulic attachments in the National Demolition Association (NDA) Live DEMOlition Event at the Demolition Rockies convention March 23, 2019, in Aurora, Colo. Back by popular demand, the second annual hands-on demonstration event offered attendees the opportunity to test and operate a variety of demolition equipment. Epiroc hydraulic attachments featured in the demo included: BP 2050 Bulk Pulverizer Epiroc bulk pulverizers enable clean separation of rebar and concrete, and are designed to pick up demolished material from a pile. The cleverly angled bulk pulverizer has optional 360-degree endless hydraulic rotation, which allows for optimal positioning and precise handling. The carrier weight class of the BP 2050 bulk pulverizer is 39,500 to 59,500 lbs. (17,917 to 26,988 kg).

The MG 1500 Multi Grapple is equipped with a powerful hydraulic rotator to ease in picking, sorting and positioning of the material being picked up or set into place.

ulations. SB breakers require minimal routine maintenance, which makes them a cost-effective option with minimal downtime. The SB 202 breaker is designed for the 5,500- to 13,000-lb. (2,494 to 5,896 kg) carrier weight class. SB 702 Hydraulic Breaker Featuring an integrated pressure relief valve to protect against overloads, the SB 702 hydraulic breaker is a great choice for working in confined spaces such as inside buildings, along walls or in narrow trenches. The carrier weight class of the SB 702 is 22,000 to 37,500 lbs. (9,979 to 17,009 kg).

SC 6200 Hydraulic Shear Hydraulic shears are ideal for cutting steel structures at demolition sites or recycling metal girders, sheets and cables at scrap yards. The SC 6200 shear is ideal for carriers of 110,000 to 165,000 lbs. (49,895 HB 2000 Hydraulic to 74,842 kg) stick-mounted and 66,000 Breaker to 121,000 lbs. (29,937 to 54,884 kg) Ideal for primary blast-free boom-mounted. rock excavation and second“Working with the right hydraulic ary rock breaking on construcattachments is critical to success in the tion sites and in quarries, surdemolition industry,” said Mila Armer, face and underground mines, marketing communications manager of the Epiroc HB 2000 hydraulic Epiroc. “We were excited to offer conbreaker features a robust tractors at NDA an opportunity to experidesign making it suitable for ence the productivity, efficiency and safethe toughest jobs. Equipped with the fully automated The SC 6200 shear is ideal for carriers of ty advantages of our equipment in a real to 165,000 lbs. (49,895 to 74,842 kg) CC 3100 U Intelligent Protection System 110,000 stick-mounted and 66,000 to 121,000 lbs. jobsite environment.” Concrete Epiroc hydraulic attachments are sup(IPS) that provides simple, (29,937 to 54,884 kg) boom-mounted. Equipped with the fully auto- efficient and economical operCutter ported by the North American Designed for mated Intelligent Protection ation, the HB 2000 is suitable for in the 35,500- to 53,000-lb. (16,102 to Competence Center in Independence, Ohio. carriers in the System (IPS) that provides carriers in 48,500- to 84,000-lb. 24,040 kg) weight class. The facility combines a customer center, weight class of simple, efficient and economi- (22,000 to 38,101 kg) weight class. repair shop and configuration center, and parts operation, the HB 2000 is SB 202 Hydraulic Breaker 55,000 to 88,000 cal and supplies warehouse with a team focused suitable for carriers in 48,500Epiroc SB hydraulic breakers are well solely on hydraulic attachments to support lbs. (24,947 to to 84,000-lb. (22,000 to 38,101 MG 1500 Multi Grapple Grapples are universal tools for suited for demolishing light concrete struc- the U.S. and Canadian attachments market. 39,916 kg), the CC kg) weight class. demolition, sorting and loading tures and asphalt pavements. They come 3100 U concrete For more information on Epiroc, call cutter is suitable for practically any kind of all kind of materials. The MG 1500 Multi standard with an integrated water port for 844/437-4762 or visit www.epiroc.us. primary demolition work. The Universal jaw Grapple is equipped with a powerful dust suppression to enhance operator safety To watch a video of Epiroc hydraulic version is ideal for light- to medium-duty hydraulic rotator to ease in picking, sorting and to assist in compliance with attachments in action at the Live Safety and Health DEMOlition Event, visit the Epiroc Group building demolition and heavy-duty indus- and positioning of the material being picked Occupational up or set into place. It is designed for carriers Administration (OSHA) final silica rule reg- YouTube page.  trial demolition.


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Calder Brothers Rides for Alzheimer’s Fifteen cyclists sponsored by Calder We received many notes of encourage- company began sponsoring a team Brothers Corporation, manufacturer of ment and support. Several donors three years ago. Team cyclists included Mauldin Paving Products, recently shared their own heart-felt, personal Chris Calder, David Calder, Glen participated in “A Ride to Remember” stories of loved ones suffering from the Calder, Morgan Alford, Chris cycling event raising $42,392 for the disease. The very real possibility that Brandon, Brandon Granger, Phil Greg, Alzheimer’s Association. The Calder the money raised could actually help Gaines Huguley, Jim Knight, William Brothers team cycled 252 miles across find a treatment for the disease was Luce, Greg Muxlow, Louis Redmond, the state of South Carolina to help inspiring. We are grateful for the gen- Charlie Winenands, Jim Van Vleet and advance research and bring an end to erosity of the donors who supported Matt Van Vleet. Alzheimer's disease. More than 330 our team and hundreds of other cyclists Calder Brothers Corporation is a cyclists participated in the event, rais- who participated in the event.” manufacturer of Mauldin Paving ing more than $550,000 for the Calder Brothers Corporation has Products, serving the highway, comAlzheimer’s Association. raised more than $100,000 since the mercial and residential contractor secThe scenic, three-day journey tor, as well as municipal marbegan July 12 in the upstate, kets. Their product line includes with cyclists winding through asphalt pavers, road maintainthe South Carolina back county, ers, asphalt rollers, motorSimpsonville to Newberry (65 graders, truck mounted tank miles), Newberry to products (asphalt and water) Orangeburg (87 miles) and and trailer mounted liquid Orangeburg to Charleston (100 asphalt/emulsion tanks. miles). The mission of the “Our team was formed to Alzheimer’s Association is to honor my dad, the late Robert eliminate Alzheimer's disease Calder, who passed away in through the advancement of cyclists included Chris Calder, David 2014,” explained executive vice Team Calder, Glen Calder, Morgan Alford, Chris research; to provide and president Glen Calder. “It was Brandon, Brandon Granger, Phil Greg, Gaines enhance care and support for all an honor to ride in his memory Huguley, Jim Knight, William Luce, Greg Muxlow, affected; and to reduce the risk and others who have lost loved Louis Redmond, Charlie Winenands, Jim Van of dementia through the promoones suffering from the disease. Vleet and Matt Van Vleet. tion of brain health. 

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The Caterpillar Foundation also supports disaster relief efforts through the Red Cross Annual Disaster Giving Program. The program provides a funding base that allows the Red Cross to respond immediately to the needs of individuals and families impacted by global disasters. Case Construction Equipment Team Rubicon is a veteran-led disaster response organization with more than 100,000 volunteers — primarily veterans and first responders — who respond to natural disasters globally. In the fall of 2015, Case Construction Equipment began the development of a heavy equipment-training program that helped serve as a force multiplier to Team Rubicon’s work. Communities are extremely vulnerable after hurricanes and tornadoes. Team Rubicon assists the effected communities in the cleanup of debris, structure demolition, and rebuilding. “We have focused extensively on community building when it comes to our work with charitable and non-profit

organizations, and we’ve done that in a number of ways — one of the most rewarding is our work and relationship with Team Rubicon,” said Debbie Townsley, director of marketing, North America, Case Construction Equipment “[Team Rubicon] provides peace of mind that the greater community cares about what they are going through,” said Townsley. “Through this partnership, we've been able to affect great change in numerous communities throughout North America.” Case Construction Equipment helps support the training in the safe use of heavy equipment which aides Team Rubicon’s work. It provides the volunteers — most often veterans — with skills they can use in their civilian work life. “The work ethic, commitment and dedication that veterans show as public servants works extremely well within the construction workforce,” added Townsley. Case Construction Equipment recognizes that one of the greatest threats to the construction industry is the shortage of

skilled technicians who can troubleshoot and repair diesel engine technology in heavy off-road earthmoving equipment. In June 2019, Case Construction Equipment donated a 521F wheel loader and CX17C mini-excavator to Pittsburg State University’s diesel and heavy equipment bachelor’s of applied sciences program. With the donated equipment, students can train for careers such as offroad diesel engine technicians and engineers. “These are great careers that pay well, and yet generations of kids now have forgone work in this field in favor of going to four-year colleges to pursue more white collar professions,” said Townsley. “We as an industry need to be champions of the schools and training outlets that will feed the demand for diesel engine technicians and heavy equipment engineers for years to come. If we don’t, we’ll continue to see labor shortages that will have massive, long-term effects to the success and viability of contractors, equipment dealers and manufacturers alike.” 

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John Deere Announces New Registered Apprenticeship Program for Dealers John Deere has received approval from the U.S. Department of Labor for its new Registered Apprenticeship Program and is making it available to its Agriculture & Turf and Construction & Forestry dealers. The program will help address a widespread shortage of service technicians, especially in rural areas across the country, by providing dealers with a formalized, on-the-job and technical training plan to help them develop more highly skilled employees. “The new Registered Apprenticeship Program complements our existing John Deere TECH program,” said Grant Suhre, director, region 4 customer and product support of John Deere Ag & Turf. “In addition to the on-the-job training experience, an apprentice will receive technical instruction and be assigned a personal mentor as a part of the highly organized training structure. Upon comple- John Deere’s Registered Apprenticeship Program will help address a widetion of the apprenticeship, he or spread shortage of service technicians, especially in rural areas across the she will receive a nationally rec- country, by providing dealers with a formalized, on-the-job and technical ognized journeyworker certifi- training plan to help them develop more highly skilled employees. cate.” Through participation in the apprenticeship program, Agriculture Equipment Technician or Heavy Construction dealers formally commit to developing additional talent in an Equipment Mechanic programs. In addition, they can select earn-while-you-learn program. A participating apprentice other occupations for the apprentice program, including sales benefits from structured, on-the-job training in partnership professionals, parts professionals, accountants or many other with an experienced mentor. As training progresses, appren- occupations and develop appropriate work processes for those jobs. Next, dealers will identify master-level employtices are rewarded for new skills acquired. According to Tim Worthington, manager, customer sup- ees who are capable of and willing to mentor apprentices. port of the John Deere Construction and Forestry Division, Finally, dealers will identify potential candidates or incumbent workers who would benefit from the apprenticeship participating dealerships will see numerous benefits. “Because of the earn-while-you-learn nature of the pro- program and enroll them. When apprentices participate, they track and report their gram, it will help dealers more easily recruit new employees and further develop a highly skilled workforce,” on-the-job learning and technical training time in conjuncWorthington said. “This can improve a dealer’s productivity tion with their employer. The dealer’s program administrator and profit potential as employee turnover costs are reduced then inputs this data into the appropriate state or federal dataand employees are retained longer. In addition, John Deere base. To ensure high standards are maintained, dealers are customers benefit from access to more highly skilled dealer required to follow specific guidelines, developed over years personnel who are servicing or supporting their equipment.” of apprenticeship experience, after they are registered. To simplify participation for its dealers, John Deere creatJohn Deere dealers can collaborate with any number of local organizations as part of the Registered Apprenticeship ed national guideline standards for the Registered Program. These organizations include, but are not limited to, Apprenticeship Program, which have been shared with its the John Deere TECH Program, K-12 schools, community dealer channel and is providing technical assistance to dealcolleges, labor organizations, economic development ers interested in participating. “These guidelines provide a consistent apprenticeship groups, foundations and workforce development boards. John Deere dealers who wish to participate can receive program template that any dealer can implement if they parsupport and technical assistance from John Deere and JFF ticipate,” Suhre explained. Dealers can utilize these national guideline standards to (Jobs For the Future, a US Department of Labor intermediary), who will expedite the registration process with their have a program approved and operating in a very short timestate or federal apprenticeship agency. After registering, frame. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com.  dealers can immediately enter employees into the

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Looking for Antique Iron? A Lot of It’ll Be Up for Sale By Craig Mongeau CEG EDITOR IN CHIEF

If you’re looking to add to your collection of antique equipment (or if you’re looking to start one), you’ll want to set aside some screen time. Aumann Auctions, based in Nokomis, Ill., will be conducting an online-only auction from Aug. 20-22, 2019, to liquidate an extensive selection of antique equipment, vintage construction signs, implements and memorabilia housed in the Vintage Tracks Museum Collection, based in Bloomfield, N.Y. Jeff Huff, owner of the museum and president of nearby Huff Equipment in Honeoye, N.Y., began collecting antique construction tractors in the early 1990s. “My wife and I went to a tractor show down in Brownsville, Pa., and met some people there,” he said. “We were actually doing an auction, and instead of coming home, I said to my wife, ‘let’s go down to the show they are talking about.’ And, so we went down and met some people who were very nice. And on the way home, I said, ‘I think I will start collecting some old tractors.’ … and, I didn’t stop.” Since that day, Huff has accumulated approximately 250 total items. “We have a lot of unique one-ofa-kind pieces,” he said. “I would ask different people, all over the

Aumann Auctions, based in Nokomis, Ill., will be conducting an online-only auction from Aug. 20-22, 2019, to liquidate an extensive selection of antique equipment, vintage construction signs, implements and memorabilia housed in the Vintage Tracks Museum Collection, based in Bloomfield, N.Y.

country, if they knew of any old tractors here or there and old salesmen, and so, we brought stuff in from as far away as Hawaii, California and Alberta, and I have some pieces from Europe, though they were already on the States when I bought them.” All of these items will be going on the virtual auction block come late August. Among the antiques going

available to the highest bidder will be: • a 1918 Holt 75 that came from a ranch in California; • a Caterpillar 70 of which there were only 261 ever made; • a Caterpillar Small 20 tractor of which there were only 652 manufactured; • a Hough H12 crawler loader with a 4-in-1 bucket (only 234 of those tractors were manufactured;

• a Caterpillar 15, Serial Number 1; • a 1918 Bates Steel Mule (one of the very few left in existence; • a 1924 Monarch Model ‘C’ of which there may only be three or four left in existence, according to Huff; • a 1929 Monarch 75; • a 1918 White TAD truck, which sports hard-rubber-tires and a chain drive; and • a White 1923 Model 15B truck.

Huff said he’s selling all these antiques because the curator of his museum, a man, whom he said worked for nearly 60 years in various parts departments in the area for farm dealers, recently passed away and he “couldn’t find anybody to take his place after he passed.” Consequently, taking care of the museum had become too much for Huff to handle with “everything else that I have to do,” he said. Huff said that choosing an auctioneer to help him sell his collection was easy. “Aumann Auctions is the premier antique tractor auction company in the country and even in the world since they’re selling over on Europe now,” he said, singling out praise for the company president, Kurt Aumann. Selling his collection is bittersweet, though. Bitter because collecting these wonderful pieces of construction history and sharing them with others has been a passion of his for nearly 30 years. Sweet, however, because as he put it, “I’d like to spend more time in Florida [relaxing] and I want to spend more time with his grandchildren who live in Virginia and Ohio. “They keep us running to sports games and their activities, so we are gone quite a bit,” he said. For more information, visit https://www.aumannauctions.com/.  CEG

Volvo CE Sees Sales Rise 10 Percent in Second Quarter Improvements in the key European and North American markets, coupled with a strong focus on its service business, volume flexibility in the industrial system and tight cost control helped Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) deliver a good all around performance in its second quarter 2019 results. Net sales in the second quarter increased by 10 percent. Operating income also continued its upwards trajectory. The second quarter 2019 saw order intake increase by 6 percent, with SDLG branded products increasing by 28 percent. Order intake was particularly strong in China, rising 21 percent, driven by strong demand for SDLG branded excavators and wheel loaders. Deliveries were up 12 percent in the

period, again driven by growth in China and stable demand in Europe and North America.

Market Development The second quarter of 2019 saw growth in Europe and North America, with a small

Volvo Construction Equipment net sales by market area, in millions of Swedish Krona.

decline in Asia (excluding China). In the period up to May, demand for construction equipment in Europe was up 5 percent compared to the same period the year before, while demand for large excavators, road equipment and articulated haulers pushed the North American market up 7 percent. South America saw demand rise 6 percent while Asia (excluding China) was down 11 percent compared to the previous year. The Chinese market saw demand rise by 8 percent, due to growth in the compact excavator segment. “Volvo CE continued on the path of increased sales and improved profitability in the second quarter,” said Melker Jernberg, president of Volvo CE. “Volume flexibility in the industrial system and tight cost control will continue to be in focus in the second half of the year.” 


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Rodanthe Bridge Features Distinctive ‘Jug Handle’ Design

Flatiron Construction, along with design partner RK&K, were awarded the contract to design-build the new $145 million Rodanthe Bridge in January 2017. RODANTHE from page 56

Flatiron and its subs are instead relying on a rail trestle system over the sound to move the heavy equipment, such as cranes and gantries, to where they are needed as the bridge construction progresses. The contractor’s innovative Advancing Rail System combines the ability to work alongside and ahead of the just-completed bridge structure and leapfrog temporary work sections. The contractor also put an emphasis on using precast elements throughout the project, including precast piling, caps, girders and deck panels, among others. “The rail system features two tracks that run parallel with the structure such that the cranes and other equipment straddle the footprint of the bridge,” Hernandez described. “Those materials are driven along the finished roadway, then the straddle equipment can carry it out to where it will be placed. That would include piling, concrete for the caps and the girders, the deck panels and the deck concrete. The equipment utilizes motorized bogies that are electrically driven and computer controlled so that they run in sync. “I think you would call it a very linear-based construction,” he continued. Hernandez added that the heavy equipment used to methodically build the Rodanthe Bridge was imported from Deal, the Italian manufacturer recognized as a world-leader in the field of specialized equipment for bridge and viaduct construction.

The heavy equipment used to build the Rodanthe Bridge was imported from Deal, an Italian manufacturer.

expected to take place during daylight hours. • Bridge Piling — Concrete cylinder piles are set to be driven for Bridge Bent 4 to Bent 8 and pile driving is scheduled to occur in the daytime. • Cap Concrete Placements — Concrete will be placed for Bridge Bent Cap 1 to Bent Cap 4 (on land adjacent to Pappy Lane).

Construction Picks Up the Pace in 2019 By the new year, Flatiron and its subs mobilized to the north end of the project where a minor onsite detour was built that shifted N.C. 12 about 30 ft. to the east. That allowed crews to operate in the footprint of where the new bridge ties into the highway. Soon enough, they were able to drive some of the concrete piling of the new structure at the end while also erecting rail trestle. Since the winter, work has ramped up substantially. In late May, construction was humming along rapidly at several points on the bridge project, according to Hernandez. By the end of June, NCDOT expects several key milestones to take place at the Rodanthe Bridge work site: South End (in northern Rodanthe) • Work Trestle — Steel pipe pile installation to take place for Bridge Bent 8 to Bent 12. Track girders will be installed as individual steel pile clusters are fitted. Pile driving can be

Flatiron and its subs are instead relying on a rail trestle system over the Pamlico Sound to move heavy equipment, such as cranes and gantries, to where they are needed as the bridge construction progresses.

• Girders — Set deck slabs Spans 1 and 2 adjacent to Pappy Lane. North End (at southern end of wildlife refuge) • Work Trestle — Steel pipe pile installation will take place for Bridge Bent 98 to Bent 101 (at the very north end of the bridge approximately 1,400 ft. from the north shoreline). Track girders will be installed as individual steel pile clusters are fitted. Pile driving to happen Monday to Sunday. • Girders — Deck slab girders will be installed for Span 103 and Span 107 (at the north end of the bridge approximately 1,650 ft. from the north shoreline). All the pile driving on the structure is expected to be finished by summer 2020, according to NCDOT. The state agency also has proposed the construction of a one-lane roundabout at the south end of the new bridge near the wildlife refuge. Hernandez said traffic would be maintained on the existing N.C. 12 while the new bridge is being built. Once construction is complete, the old roadway through the wildlife sanctuary will be removed and that land would be returned to the federal refuge. In Rodanthe, the existing N.C. 12 roadway will be used by tourists and residents to access private properties. New Span Should Break the Cycle The unique design and construction of a bridge over wetlands and around a small part of Rodanthe should end the seemingly never-ending cycle of “damage-and-repair” for NCDOT. “With N.C. 12 having been moved around several times after damaging storms and fixes, it became evident it’s a stretch of road that could not be saved, certainly not without a tremendous amount of engineering and monetary resources,” Hernandez explained from the work zone in May. “I personally have worked to repair this very spot three times since 2009 — once after a nor’easter, then after Irene and again after Sandy.” The building of the new Rodanthe Bridge comes just weeks after the new Bonner Bridge (renamed the Marc Basnight Bridge) was dedicated and fully opened to traffic. That 2.8-mi.-long N.C. 12 Highway structure is located on the north end of Pea Island and connects the highway to Bodie Island over the Oregon Inlet. Ironically, the large inlet was itself a result of a breach from a massive hurricane in 1846.  CEG


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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. Inappropriate or Sale Ads will be Deleted WANTED (WORLDWIDE): ALL MODELS UPRIGHT WHEEL LOADERS - LOOKING FOR MANUALS AND SPARE PARTS FOR FURUKAWA WHEEL LOADERS, ANY ASSISTANCE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. EMAIL: DOUG.KLITSCHER@LIVE.COM.AU; PHONE: +61401627855 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS JOHN DEERE BACKHOE LOADERS T09310G056237 JOHN DEERE 555G TRACK LOADER WITH BACKHOE, NEED SWING FRAME OR WILL BUY THE WHOLE DETACHABLE BACKHOE IN GOOD CONDITION. EMAIL: JRBUSTA@HOTMAIL.COM; PHONE: 417-668-5978 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CA): CATERPILLAR D9L CRAWLER DOZER - CAT D9-L ENGINE COMPLETE IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. WEST COAST AREA. BEST DEAL CONTACT DAN. EMAIL: DANCRANE1122@YAHOO.COM; PHONE: 707-433-1122 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR 970F AND 972H WHEEL LOADERS. EMAIL: GCESMARKETING8@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 714-408-1587. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): KOMATSU PC400LC-7L EXCAVATOR - HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER FOR A 05 PC 400 L7 HD. 100MM PINS. EMAIL: DGMEINER62@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 315 767-4111 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (AR): CHEVROLET UTILITY VEHICLES, ALL MODELS. LOOKING FOR TRUCKS, HEAVY EQUIPMENT, SUVS, ETC., NOT TOO MANY MILES. EMAIL: MLBAUTOSALES247@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 501-533-5912. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (GA): JOHN DEERE HYDRAULIC BREAKERS, ALL MODELS. EMAIL: NEVINBLAKE@HOTMAIL.COM. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR CRAWLER DOZERS - CAT D4 OR D5 LGP DOZER, HIGH DRIVE ONLY WITH CAB AND GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NV): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS. LOOKING FOR ANY CONDITION (WORKING OR NON). EMAIL: MINA@HIEEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 775-234-8837 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS. EMAIL: MARKETING@ GCESEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 714-408-1469 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (ME): CATERPILLAR 325C LC EXCAVATOR - USED SHEAR APPROX. 14" CUT TO MATCH MY EXCAVATOR, GOOD CONDITION. EMAIL: BILLD@TDICENZO.COM PHONE: 207-214-9610 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS CASE BACKHOE LOADERS - I’M LOOKING FOR THE TACH PART THAT PRESSES INTO THE BLOCK OF A 207D NON TURBO FOR A 580 D CASE. EMAIL: JIMMYGEE@MTAONLINE.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN LA): CASE 450B # R39391 AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY EMAIL: KNIGHTFLOORINGINC@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 985-226-1939 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR EXCAVATORS. URGENTLY LOOKING FOR SUPER LONG REACH EXCAVATOR 36M REACH AT 16 M DEPTH WITH 5 TON ROCK CARRYING CAPACITY - 2 NOS. EMAIL: BABURAO.SATARDEKAR@AFCONS.COM; PHONE: 009-1-757-482-7386 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): ALL MODELS BOBCAT EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: EHAUBEN135@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NY): JOHN DEERE 350G EXCAVATORS. H&R CONSTRUCTION PARTS IS LOOKING FOR A 350G. WE BUY HIGH HOUR MACHINES,WRECKED MACHINES AND BURNED MACHINES. EMAIL: GKUTER@HRPARTS.COM; PHONE: 716-218-4946 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (MS): CASE 580L II BACKHOE LOADERS. NEED ENGINE HOOD DUE TO A STUMP. EMAIL: DENNIE1944@ATT.NET; PHONE: 228-533-7948 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (TX): GROVE A40NE AERIAL LIFT EMAIL: PWAYNE487@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 432-803-7623 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 140G MOTOR GRADER AND 966F II WHEEL LOADER EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: +92346-265-3742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS SCHWING CONCRETE MIXER/PUMP TRUCKS. ALL BRANDS, MODELS AND AGES. BOOM PUMPS TRUCKS, TRAILER/CITY/ & PARTS PUMPS PURCHASED. EMAIL: BBENEDETTO@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HITACHI EXCAVATORS. WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200, EX270LC, EX400, EX400LC. PLEASE CONTACT US IF ANY MACHINE AVAILABLE. EMAIL: HIDAYATMASOOD@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS. WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY CAT WHEEL LOADERS 950B, 950E, 966E, 966F, 966FII, 970F. EMAIL: HIDAYATMASOOD@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (OH): CATERPILLAR HAULER TRUCKS. CAT AND VOLVO 25, 30 TON ARTICULATED TRUCKS AT WHOLESALE PRICES ONLY. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NV): CATERPILLAR 966D, 966E, 966F, 966F II, 966G, 966G II, 966H, 970F, 970G, 972G, 972G II, 972H, 980G AND 980G II WHEEL LOADERS. EMAIL: SALES1@HIEEQUIPMENT.COM; PHONE: 702-529-5171 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NM): SKYTRAK 10054 10,000# TELEHANDLERS / FORKLIFTS. LOOKING FOR A PRICE & AVAILABILITY ON A NEW SKYTRAK FORKLIFT. EMAIL: DOUBLEMENERGY@AOL.COM; PHONE: 575-391-0222 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): HITACHI EX600 EXCAVATOR. I AM LOOKING FOR A 17' ARM FOR A 600 HITACHI. EMAIL: JOHNK@NETNET.NET; PHONE: 920-655-3801 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): LINCOLN VANTAGE 500 WELDERS. I'M LOOKING FOR AT LEAST 6NO. VANTAGE 500 PREOWNED WELDERS FOR OUR COMPANY, OUR BUSINESS IS IN OIL AND GAS, PREFABRICATION, PLANT MAINTENANCE..ETC. EMAIL: FAYARD.HOSEIN@ ASEQUITHTT.COM; PHONE: 1(868)3962431 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR D10N CRAWLER DOZERS. WANT TO BUY ALL THE TIME FROM USER ONLY. BULLDOZER- D3AT, D11, ENC CAB UNDER 3500 HOURS, UNADVERTISED. MUST BE 2015 AND UP. EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA; PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (MI): JCB - ALL MODELS, MATERIAL HANDLERS. LOOKING FOR A JCB 940 OR COMPARABLE BRAND, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT. EMAIL: CWELLER@WELLERSALVAGE.COM; PHONE: 616-257-1326 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (AL): KENWORTH T8 SERIES DUMP TRUCKS AND MACK GU713 ROLL OFF TRUCKS. COMMENTS: CLASS 8 , ROLLOFF TRUCKS, DUMP TRUCKS, VOCATIONAL TRUCKS, ANY BRANDS, QUANTITIES, OR YEAR MODELS. I HAVE AN ONGOING NEED TO BUY LOTS OF THESE. EMAIL: CHUGHCUMMINGSJR@ GMAIL.COM PHONE: 205-907-9787 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (US): HITACHI EX400LC-1 EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +923462653742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US) MANUFACTURER: CATERPILLAR 950B WHEEL LOADERS EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +92-346-265-3742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (PA): CATERPILLAR 973C CRAWLER LOADER. COMMENTS: LOOKING FOR A CATERPILLAR 973C READY TO GO TO WORK. EMAIL: CHICK@FITZEQUIP.NET PHONE: 215-805-3650 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NM): CATERPILLAR ALL MODELS ROAD MAINTENANCE. COMMENTS: SOLICITO POR ESTE MEDIO LA COTIZACIÓN DE UNA RETROEXCAVADORA 4X4 Y UNA MOTONIVELADORA LAS DOS 2005 Y MARCA CATERPILLAR A NOMBRE DE LA EMPRESA GECOD S.A. DE C.V. EMAIL: BRAULIOALBERTO23@ GMAIL.COM PHONE: 287-110-3964 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): KOMATSU PC490LC-10 EXCAVATOR. COMMENTS: LOOKING FOR NEW OR GOOD USED 70” OR 72” DITCHING/CLEAN UP BUCKET TO PIN ONTO A KOMATSU PC490LC-10. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE. EMAIL: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR CRAWLER LOADERS. EMAIL: RWESTON.SELAND.CO.UK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NY): ALL MODELS DINGO COMPACT TRACK LOADERS. LOOKING FOR FRONT QUICK COUPLER EMAIL: NEGRIINC@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 845-590-2640 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): ALL MODELS KOBELCO EXCAVATORS. ANY 20 TO 40 TON KOBLECO EXCAVATORS IN GOOD CONDITION. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR 307 SSR EXCAVATOR. EMAIL: MYPERSONALCADDY@ HOTMAIL.COM; PHONE: 1-613-662-4535 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CA): CATERPILLAR 950E WHEEL LOADERS. CAT MOTOR GRADERS 140G SERIAL 72V11000 UP CAT WHEEL LOADERS 950B, 950E, 916, 930, 966D, 926, 966E, 966F, 966FII DYNAPAC ROLLERS CA251, CA252, CA262, CA301, CA302, CA362, CA602 HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200, EX270, EX400, EX60WD, EX100WD JOHN DEERE WHEEL EXCAVATOR 495D, 595D. EMAIL: ZOHAIBKHAN212@OUTLOOK.COM; PHONE: 00923319949449 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (NY): NEW HOLLAND COMPACT TRACK LOADERS. NEED SOMETHING 2009 10,000 UNDER COMPACT SKID LOADER FOR DIGGING POOLS, USED OR LEASED ASAP!!!!!! I HAVE 20 POOLS NEED DONE. EMAIL: JOSHUA021188@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 716-225-7171 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CT): ALLMAND TLB 425 BACKHOE LOADER. EMAIL: DARRENCMAS@YAHOO.COM; PHONE: 860-212-6681 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): LULL - LULL 644, 944, 1044 FORK LIFTS. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR D6R CRAWLER DOZER. WE ARE LOOKING FOR: CAT D6R/T 36” COMPLETE SET OF SYSTEM ONE PADS – NEW OR USED PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, ASKING PRICE AND PHOTOS TO: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM. WE APPRECIATE AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MANUFACTURER: CATERPILLAR D8T CRAWLER DOZER. WE ARE LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING: CAT D8N/R/T COUNTERWEIGHT DRAWBAR AND SET OF NEW OR USED SYSTEM ONE TRACK CHAINS FOR A CAT 330CL PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, ASKING PRICE AND PHOTOS TO: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM. WE APPRECIATE AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): ALL MODELS POWERHOUSE COMPACT TRACK LOADERS UNIT WITH ATTACHMENTS : BUCKET, AUGER, TRENCHER, TRAILER. EMAIL: TOOLMADAM@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (PA): BROCE BROOM - ALL MODELS SWEEPER TRUCKS. LOOKING FOR LATE MODEL STREET SWEEPER WORK READY - PREFER STILL UNDER WARRANTY. EMAIL: BUCCIROCK@AOL.COM; PHONE: 215-518-6211 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CA): USED MINI MOTOR GRADER. DON'T NEED THE LASER SYSTEM. JUST THE MINI MOTOR GRADER. EMAIL: SFKF36@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): LOOKING FOR HANIX DEALER TO SUPPLY NEW OR USED PARTS FOR HANIX N450 MINI GIANT. EMAIL: BANDIWILSON@SHAW.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR 314C LCR EXCAVATOR - I NEED A 36" HEAVY DUTY BUCKET WITH SIDE CUTTERS FOR MY CAT 314CLCR EMAIL: LAKENORMANLLC@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 917-208-5574 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (WORLDWIDE): KOMATSU PC138USLC-8 EXCAVATOR EMAIL: GCESMARKETING8@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 657-549-4062 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR EXCAVATORS. CAT 315, 320, 325, 330, 336 DL SERIES EXCAVATORS UNDER 9000 HOURS. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET PHONE: 330-987-3508 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODEL CATERPILLAR EXCAVATORS, SELF-LOADING BATCHING VEHCLE 4CUBIC METRES EMAIL: JATOICO@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +923336758720 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (TX): CATERPILLAR 330CL EXCAVATORS. WANTED TO BUY 5 UNITS CATERPILLAR 330CL NO MORE THAN 15000 HRS. EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM PHONE: 832-528-0786 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS CASE IH AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT. LOOKING FOR NEW AND USED EQUIPMENT MANUALS OPERATOR,PARTS AND SERVICE MANUALS FOR AGRICULTURE AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT. EMAIL: WHITNEYJ65@YAHOO.COM PHONE: 530-864-0771 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JCB ALL MODELS PUMPS. TRANSMISSION CHARGER PUMPS FOR CATERPILLAR/CASE /JCB/FORKLIFT ... PARTS 6Y3864 20/900400 20/925552 EMAIL: TREFLENEGOCE@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: +212661325283 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: TEREX DIGGER DERRICK TRUCK. NEED A TRUCK CAPABLE OF DRILLING WITH A DOWN THE HOLE HAMMER ATTACHMENT FOR UTILITY POLE INSTALLATION IN ROCK/LEDGE. EMAIL: BOB.BRITTON@CHEROKEEDB.COM; PHONE: 860-747-8828 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CASE 580K BACKHOE LOADER. LOOKING FOR CHEAP PARTS TRACTOR 580K CK OR EQUAL TO 1990 580K BACKHOE IN OR CLOSE TO SOUTHERN CALIF. EMAIL: HELIREDCAT@YAHOO.COM; PHONE: 760-636-9709 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE MODEL 624K WHEEL LOADER. ANY 624 HIGH LIFT. EMAIL: LPQ@EMAIL.COM; PHONE: 802-897-7915 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN USA): TAKEUCHI MODEL TB68S EXCAVATORS - LOOKING FOR BOTTOM ROLLERS MODEL TB-68S SERIAL NO 68003. EMAIL: TINBOX67@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: (707) 953-3040 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Rockville, MD Fri., August 16, 2019 For: Major Job Completion Construction Equipment & more • Houston, TX Wed., August 21, 2019 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment & more • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., August 23, 2019 For: Late Model Earthmoving Equipment & more • Frewsburg (Jamestown), NY Sat., August 24, 2019 For: Construction Utility Equipment & more • Okeechobee, FL Tues., August 27, 2019 For: Late Model Cat Construction Equipment & more • Orlando (Kissimmee), FL Wed., August 28, 2019 For: Large Rental Return Auction • Syracuse (Brewerton), NY PM Thurs., September 5, 2019 For: Truck & Light Construction Equipment Auction • Syracuse, NY - AM Fri., September 6, 2019 For: Very Large Forklift, Crane, Boom & Scissor Lift & more • Albany, NY Sat., September 7, 2019 For: Very Large Late Model Competition Job Auction • Scranton, PA Sat., September 7, 2019 For: Large Multi-Parcel Real Estate Auction & Support Accessories • Mobile, AL Thurs., September 12, 2019 For: Very Large, Late Model Dump Truck, Truck Tractor, Construction Equipment & more • Cleveland, OH Fri., September 13, 2019 For: Retirement & Job Completion Auction of Late Model Equipment • Yonkers, NY Sat., September 14, 2019 For: Retirement Auction, Complete Liquidation Construction Equipment • New Iberia, LA Fri., September 20, 2019 For: Retirement Auction • Las Vegas, NV Sat., September 21, 2019 For: Very Late Model Rental Construction Equipment • Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Mon., September 23, 2019 For: Very Large Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Evansville, IN September 26 - 27, 2019 For: Estate Auction. Construction Equipment & more • Atlantic City, NJ Sat., September 28, 2019 For: Large Rental Fleet Equipment Auction • Howell Township, NJ Sun., September 29, 2019 For: Complete Retirement Liquidation of Finest Collection of Cars & Small Trucks

• Methuen, MA Fri., October 4, 2019 For: Job Completion Auction Construction Utility Equipment & more • Plymouth, MA Sat., October 5, 2019 For: Snow & Construction Equipment and more • Parkersburg, WV Thurs., October 10, 2019 For: Late Model Construction & Oilfield Equipment & more • Chicago, IL Sat., October 12, 2019 For: Very Large Late Model Snow & Construction Equipment & more • Rutland, VT Thurs., October 17, 2019 For: Job Completion Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Keene, NH Fri., October 18, 2019 For: Complete Liquidation Retirement Auction • Lawrence, MA Sat., October 19, 2019 For: Major Job Completion Auction • Boston, MA Sat., October 26, 2019 For: Job Completion Construction Equipment & more • Catskills, NY Sun., October 27, 2019 For: Retirement Auction RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Tipton, CA August 14, 2019 • Winnipeg, MB August 15, 2019 • Houston, TX August 20 - 21, 2019 • Chehalis, WA August 23, 2019 • Phoenix, AZ August 28, 2019 • Orlando, FL August 29, 2019 • Atlanta, GA September 11, 2019 • Kansas City, MO September 12, 2019 • Williston, ND September 13, 2019 • Sacramento, CA September 17, 2019 • Chicago, IL September 18, 2019 • North East, MD September 19, 2019 • Minneapolis, MN September 20, 2019 • Nashville, TN September 20, 2019 • Salt Lake City, UT September 24, 2019 • Fort Worth, TX September 24 - 25, 2019 • Columbus, OH September 25, 2019

Coming Auctions To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com BIDADOO AUCTIONS www.bidadoo.com 1-877-BIDADOO • ONLINE ONLY August 15, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY August 22, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY August 29, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY September 5, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY September 12, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY September 19, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY September 26, 2019 BIG IRON www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558 • ONLINE ONLY August 14, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY August 21, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY August 28, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY September 4, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY September 11, 2019 DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com MS: 601-656-9768 AL: 334-693-2540 • Philadelphia, MS September 25 - 26, 2019 For: Huge 2-Day Public Auction HENDERSON AUCTIONS www.hendersonauctions.com 225-686-2252 • Livingston, LA September 12 - 14, 2019 For: 3-Day Fall Public Auction HESS AUCTIONEERS www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 • Marietta, PA Fri., August 16, 2019 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment • Marietta, PA Fri., October 18, 2019 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Great Meadows, NJ Wed., August 14, 2019 For: Warren County Trucking LLC, Absolute Auction Surplus Liquidation I.R.A.Y. AUCTION www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., September 13, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com 601-450-6200 • Brooklyn (Hattiesburg), MS August 16 - 17, 2019 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Farm Trailers, Tractors, Vehicles, Related Items • ONLINE ONLY August 21 - 29, 2019 For: Industrial Surplus Liquidation Auction • Theodore, AL Sat., September 14, 2019 For: Farm Liquidation Auction • Pelzer, SC Wed., September 25, 2019 For: East Coast Public Auction • Stanton, TX Wed., October 9, 2019 For: Permian Basin Unreserved Public Auction J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 856-764-7163 • ONLINE ONLY Fri., August 16, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more • Plymouth Meeting, PA Sat., August 17, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more • Villa Rica, GA Thurs., August 22, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more • Rome, NY Sat., September 14, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more JOEY MARTIN AUCTIONEERS www.joeymartinauctioneers.com 864-940-4800 • Paragould, AR Thurs., August 15, 2019 For: One-Owner Fleet Reduction Auction • Decatur, AL Thurs., August 22, 2019 For: North AL Rental Return Public Auction • Piedmont, SC Sat., August 31, 2019 For: Durham Farms McGREW EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com 888-311-2811 • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., August 13, 2019 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., September 10, 2019 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

MOTLEYS ASSET DISPOSITION GROUP www.motleys.com 1-877-MOTLEYS • Pearisburg, VA Tues., August 27, 2019 For: Construction Equipment & Trucks Consignment Auction • Richmond, VA Wed., September 11, 2019 For: Construction Equipment & Trucks Auction PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., August 14, 2019 For: Ag Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 15, 2019 For: Truck & Trailer Auction • ONLINE ONLY Tues., August 20, 2019 For: Government Auction • ONLINE ONLY Wed., August 21, 2019 For: Vehicles & Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 22, 2019 For: Construction Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Wed., August 28, 2019 For: Ag Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., August 29 2019 For: Truck & Trailer Auction • ONLINE ONLY Wed., September 4, 2019 For: Vehicles & Equipment Auction RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., September 7, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment & Truck Auction RTI AUCTIONS www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563 • Dalton, NY Tues., September 10, 2019 For: Lawson Sand & Gravel Retirement Auction STEFFES GROUP INC. www.steffesgroup.com 701-237-9173 • ONLINE ONLY August 9 - 19, 2019 For: Equipment Wholesalers Auction • ONLINE ONLY August 13 - 22, 2019 For: Antique Tractor & Equipment Auction • Mt. Pleasant, IA Thurs., August 22, 2019 For: AgIron Mt. Pleasant Event • Mandan, ND Mon., August 26, 2019 For: Force Enterprise Construction Retirement Auction • Larchwood, IA Wed., August 28, 2019 For: AgIron Sioux Falls Event • Litchfield, MN Thurs., September 5, 2019 For: AgIron Litchfield Event • Williston, ND Thurs., September 5, 2019 For: JTI Inc Fabrication & Construction Equipment Auction

THE AUCTION COMPANY www.theauctioncompany.net 951-657-5300 • Colton, CA Sat., August 24, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Trucks, Trailers and more • ONLINE ONLY Mon., August 26, 2019 For: Attachments, Buckets, Small Contractor’s Equipment & more THE AUCTIONEERS GROUP www.theauctioneersgroup.com 732-776-7222 • Hillsborough Twp., NJ Sat., August 17, 2019 For: Brenco Equipment & Supply VANTAGE AUCTIONS www.vantageauctions.com 951-228-9040 • Lake Elsinore, CA Sat., October 12, 2019 For: Heavy Construction Equipment and more WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat., September 14, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 866-731-7760 • Perris, CA Fri., August 16, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Trucks, Trailers & more • Chino, CA Fri., September 13, 2019 For: Offsite Public Auction WILSON’S AUCTION SALES, INC. www.wilsonsauction.com 302-422-3454 • Harrington, DE Sat., September 21, 2019 For: Mid-Atlantic Fall Equipment Auction WSM AUCTIONEERS www.wsmauctioneers.com 623-936-3300 • Phoenix, AZ Sat., September 14, 2019 For: Live Public Auction YODER & FREY HEAVY EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Findlay, OH Thurs., September 26, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction • Kissimmee, FL Wed., October 30, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction


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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com AMULET................................................................................................ 58,60

LAND EQUIPMENT INC............................................................................ 24

ASCENDUM MACHINERY INC.............................................................. 2,17

LINK-BELT EXCAVATORS.................................................................... 42,43

BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC.................................................................. 54,55

LIUGONG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............................................ 75

BARGAINS................................................................................................ 62

MACKINNON EQUIPMENT & SERVICE.................................................... 6

BRANDYWINE TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT..................................................10

MANITOWOC CRANE GROUP................................................................ 65

BROOKS SALES INC................................................................................ 18

MAY - RHI.................................................................................................... 3

CAROLINA CAT.................................................................................... 21,31

MB AMERICA INC...................................................................................... 46

CATERPILLAR INC.................................................................................... 13

MOBRO MARINE INC................................................................................59

CEG SCALE MODELS.............................................................................. 66

NORAM................................................................................................ 68,69

CLASSIFIEDS............................................................................................ 62

PALFINGER AMERICA GROUP................................................................ 27

CON-EQUIPMENT OF THE CAROLINAS.................................................. 6

PERKINS ENGINES COMPANY LIMITED................................................ 29

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE.................................... 33,44,79,81

POWERSCREEN MID-ATLANTIC............................................................ 47

DEUTZ CORPORATION............................................................................ 10

PROFILE PUBLICATIONS.................................................................... 19,24

DOOSAN.................................................................................................... 39

RICHARDSON SERVICE 1991 INC............................................................ 7

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER................................................................ 67

RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS.............................................................. 83

DRESSTA NORTH AMERICA.................................................................... 71

RUBBLE MASTER AMERICAS CORP...................................................... 52

EQUIPMENT CORP OF AMERICA............................................................23

SAGE OIL VAC.......................................................................................... 36

FAE USA INC............................................................................................ 46

SANY AMERICA INC..................................................................................77

FECON...................................................................................................... 27

SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES......................................................................60

FELLING TRAILERS.................................................................................. 36

SCREEN MACHINE INDUSTRIES............................................................ 49

FLANGE LOCK.......................................................................................... 29

TEREX FUCHS.......................................................................................... 70

GEHL.......................................................................................................... 78

THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS................................................ 58

GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM........................................................ 52

THUNDER CREEK.................................................................................... 23

GSE GREAT SOUTH EQUIPMENT............................................................ 9

TOWMASTER INC..................................................................................... 35

HILLS MACHINERY.................................................................................. 84

TRACTOR TRACS INC.............................................................................. 60

HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY .......................................... 72,73

TREKKER GROUP.................................................................................... 11

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT.......................................... 14,15

WILCOX TRACTOR SALES INC.............................................................. 18

JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT -BEALS........................................................ 5 JOHN DEERE............................................................................................ 64

ALABAMA SUPPLEMENT

KLEEMANN................................................................................................ 51

COWIN EQUIPMENT CO INC.................................................................... 3

KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............................................ 37

GORILLA HAMMERS.................................................................................. 1

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