Page 1

Published Nationally ®

Southeast Edition

December 4 2019

$3.00

Vol. XXXII • No. 25

“The Nation’s Best Read Construction Newspaper… Founded 1957.” 470 Maryland Drive • Ft. Washington, PA 19034 • 215-885-2900 • Toll Free 800-523-2200 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com

Inside

Morganza to the Gulf Protection Project Yields Billions in Work Contracts in La. Photo Courtesy of Sealevel Construction Inc.

CEG’s Top Holiday Gift Picks for 2019...8

When the barge gate is not being utilized for flood protection, it remains open for marine traffic.

By Irwin Rapoport CEG CORRESPONDENT

The Terrebonne Levee & Conservation District (TLCD) and the Louisiana Coastal Protection & Restoration Authority (CPRA) are taking the lead on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ $10.3 billion Morganza to the Gulf Hurricane Protection Project in Louisiana, which so far has received an investment of more than $450 million in construction work for levees and floodgates. “Morganza to the Gulf is a federallyauthorized hurricane and storm damage risk reduction project in Terrebonne Parish,” explained Ricky Boyett of the USACE’s New Orleans District. “However, the Corps has not received appropriations necessary to engage in the construction of the project. In a commendable effort on the part of the local authorities and residents, the TLCD is underway with construction of the project using state and local funds. “This project is a critical project for reducing damages in this area that result

Hyundai Hosts Heavy Metal Tr aining...12

‘Gold Rush’ Excavator Rolls Into C har lotte...34

see LEVEE page 22

Table of Contents ....................4 Recycling Section ............47-58

How Contractors Use Technology in Managing Risk

Attachment & Parts Section...............................59-62

By Joe Trinacria CEG ASSOCIATE EDITOR

Truck & Trailer Section ....64-66 Business Calendar..................78 Auction Section ................81-84 Advertisers Index ..................86

In managing the prospects of risk on project sites nationwide, both contractors and insurers alike are optimistic about the potential for modern technology to help mitigate any impending threats to safety in the work environment. According to a recent Dodge Data & Analytics study (conducted in partnership with IRMI Insights and Triax Technologies Inc.),

challenges do remain, however, within the realm of technological advancements and assessing risk before contractors can take full advantage of its untapped potential. Dodge’s report, aptly titled, “Using Technology to Improve Risk Management in Construction,” was based on the findings of two studies that polled contractors and insurers for answers. The quantitative portion examined how contractors manage risk and their assessment of new and emerging tech. The

qualitative piece asked insurers to weigh in on the current state of the construction industry in regard to using data in minimizing risk, as well as the potential for current and developing technologies to improve those capabilities. Throughout the entirety of a project’s life, contractors manage the risks associated with a given job through a variety of means. Some of these activities are considered to be more difficult tasks than others, as the study revealed. see RISK page 78


Page 2 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

NORTH CAR ROLINA Asheville 828.687.0620 Charlotte 704.596.8283 Greenville 252.754.5280 Raleigh 919.661.8710

SOUTH CAROLINA Piedmont 864.704.1060 Columbia 803.791.0740 Charleston 843.414.1120

TENNESSEE E Knoxville 865.525.1845 Chattanooga 423.308.7940

GEORGIA Buford 678.318.9500 Savannah 912 964 8079 912.964.8079 Macon (Now Open) 478.200.3300

NORTH DAK KOTA TA Williston 701.577.1249 Bismarck 701.250.4882 Fargo 701.271.2360

T features The s you need to keep going ing –

A DAAY,Y, EVEERYY DAAY ALL Vollvo packs the latest features and capabilities into every piece p of construction equipm ment. Inn novation drives Volvo forward d and that means you’ll find cutting-edge c technology and d cosst-saving features that help you y work more efficiently on n every job. Find everything yyou nee ed – and so much more – when you choose Volvo.

ascendummach hinery.com


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 3

Get More Done S A L E S • S E R V I C E • PA R T S • R E N T A L S

www.MayEquip.com www.earthmoversfl.com

www.RobsHydraulics.com www.fourseasons-equip.com

TOMORROW’S EDGE TODAY Available g in c n a in F % 0

National Equipment Dealers Has It Covered www.fourseasons-equip.com HOUSTON, TX DALLAS,TX 800-234-5007 866-270-1700 281-807-9777 214-388-1700

www.MayEquip.com • www.RobsHydraulics.com CHARLOTTE, NC RALEIGH, NC GRIMESLAND, NC COLUMBIA, SC 866-629-3784 866-629-3784 252-752-1500 866-629-3784 LEXINGTON, NC BENSON, NC CHARLESTON, SC GREENVILLE, SC 866-629-3784 919-243-0631 866-629-3784 866-629-3784

www.earthmoversfl.com APOPKA, FL FT. PIERCE, FL 407-401-8532 407-401-8532


Page 4 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

®

28

CEG’S TOP HOLIDAY GIFT PICKS FOR 2019

82

With the holiday season fast approaching, check some items off your list with these construction-themed gifts.

10

T. PETER RUANE NAMED 2019 IRF MAN OF THE YEAR

Prior to his recent retirement, Ruane oversaw the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA), which he dedicated to aggressively growing and protecting transportation infrastructure investment to meet the public and business demand for safe and efficient travel.

20

JCB LAUNCHES NEW EMPLOYEE VET CLUB IN NORTH AMERICA

On Veterans Day 2019, JCB North America launched its new Veterans Club to recognize and support JCB employees who have served, or who currently serve, in the armed forces.

26

AEM HALL OF FAME INDUCTS MARY ANDRINGA OF VERMEER CORP.

Andringa actively communicates and collaborates with legislators on issues that matter to advanced manufacturing, exporters and small- to medium-sized businesses. She served on the President’s Export Council and Ex-Im Bank Advisory Committee, chaired the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and was co-chair of the Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council.

28

BENCHMARK TOOL & SUPPLY, JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT HOST DEMO DAYS FOR TOPCON X-53X SYSTEM

Sitting in the seat and having the opportunity to experience the ease of use and power that is the new Topcon X-53x auto excavator often ends with a huge smile and the uttering of “Wow, that is incredible!”

30

SIX WAYS TO MANAGE RISING EQUIPMENT & RENTAL COSTS

A major challenge facing companies in today’s construction industry is how to deal with rising equipment and rental costs. One key component to this is whether to buy a piece of equipment or rent it. Founder, Publisher & CEO Southeast Publisher Executive Publisher Editor In Chief Associate Editor Editorial Assistant Editorial Consultant Production Mgr. Controller Circulation Mgr.

Edwin M. McKeon Sr. Richard C. McKeon Teddy McKeon Craig Mongeau Joe Trinacria Katherine Devlin Pete Sigmund John Pinkerton Judith Nixon Cathy Printz

www.constructionequipmentguide.com

LinkedIn

Facebook

Twitter

VOLVO’S CUSTOM-MADE ‘GOLD RUSH’ EXCAVATOR ROLLS INTO ASCENDUM MACHINERY

The company hosted a customer appreciation event at its Charlotte, N.C., location featuring the Volvo EC200E — a 20-ton size class excavator that appears in the Discovery Channel television show “Gold Rush.”

40

NUCA OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE CHAPTER MEMBERS TOUR VULCAN MATERIALS PLANT

Members met and were greeted by Vulcan employees and were given a short safety instruction. After the lunch provided by Vulcan, members toured the plant by bus.

52

PRIVATE EQUITY FIRM AGREES TO SELL MORBARK TO ALAMO GROUP

The acquisition, which is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2019, is subject to a number of conditions, including the receipt of regulatory approvals and other pre-closing requirements.

54

TEREX FINLAY, KIMBALL EQUIPMENT COMPANY HOST OPEN DAY IN LAS VEGAS

Customers and visitors were able to experience live demonstrations of 13 Terex Finlay machines working in aggregate and recycling applications.

64

CUSTOMERS PARTICIPATE IN RUN ON LESS REGIONAL INITIATIVE

The roadshow included 10 regional-haul fleets from across the industry seeking to demonstrate how increased fuel economy and transport efficiency is achievable in the regional-haul segment.

82

JOEY MARTIN AUCTIONEERS HOLDS SALE IN THOMSON

Joey Martin Auctioneers made quick work of auctioning a package of trucks, trailers and equipment in Thomson, Ga., on Nov. 20. The sale included pieces from Augusta, Ga., area trucking and equipment firms, and drew a nice crowd of bidders.

84

IRON AUCTION HOLDS FLEET REDUCTION SALE IN VIRGINIA

The auction included trucks, trailers, pickup trucks, light towers and generators. The larger excavators, dozers and wheel loaders for sale were mainly manufactured by Komatsu. .

RECYCLING SECTION

47 52

KUTTECH BRINGS ‘OLD SCHOOL’ KNOWLEDGE TO NEXT GENERATION OF TREE CARE TECHNOLOGY KPI ADDS NEW OPTION TO ITS FT4250 PLANT

DEPARTMENTS

78 81

BUSINESS CALENDAR COMING AUCTIONS

59

KINSHOFER HPXdrive System

EQUIPMENT

Richard C. McKeon

Kent Hogeboom

Rich Olivier

• North & South Carolina • Tennessee • Virginia

National Sales Manager

• Alabama • Arkansas • Georgia • Mississippi • Tennessee • Florida

Cell e-mail

Advertising e-mail production@cegltd.com

Mobile

34

84

For advertising rates Contact

Main office 470 Maryland Drive Fort Washington, PA 19034 215/885-2900 Toll Free 800/523-2200 Fax 215/885-2910 Web site

Circulated Throughout • Alabama • Arkansas • Florida • Georgia • Louisiana • Mississippi • North Carolina • South Carolina • Tennessee • Virginia • Puerto Rico • Virgin Islands

To read these stories and many more, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com

FEATURES

8

IN THIS ISSUE

SOUTHEAST EDITION

YouTube

704/553-8888 704/726-1452 rmckeon@cegltd.com

Cell e-mail

Construction Equipment Guide Southeast Edition (ISSN 1058-6474) is published biweekly by Construction Equipment Guide Ltd. Advertising and Editorial Offices are located at 470 Maryland Dr., Ft. Washington, PA 19034. Toll Free 800/523-2200 or Fax 215/885-2910. Annual Subscription Rate $65.00. Call for Canadian and foreign rates. Periodicals postage paid at Ft. Washington, PA and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Construction Equipment Guide Southeast Edition, 470 Maryland Dr, Ft. Washington, PA 19034. Contents Copyrighted ©2019, by Construction Equipment Guide, which is a Registered Trademark, registered in the U.S. Patent Office. Registration number 0957323. All rights reserved, nothing may be reprinted or reproduced (including framing) in whole or part without written permission from the publisher. All editorial

315/866-1423 518/221-5159 khogeboom@cegltd.com

Cell e-mail

770/443-3174 404/831-9526 rolivier@cegltd.com

material, photographs, drawings, letters, and other material will be treated as unconditionally assigned for publication and copyright purposes and are subject to Construction Equipment Guide's unrestricted right to edit and comment editorially. Contributor articles do not necessarily reflect the policy or opinions of this publication. Call or write for advertising rates, publication schedule and media kit. The Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for clerical or printer's errors, every care is taken to avoid mistakes. Photographs of equipment used in advertisements are not necessarily actual photographs of the specific machine. Similar photographs are used occasionally and every effort is taken to depict the actual equipment advertised. The right is reserved to reject any advertising.


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 5

Prroud To partneer with These LLines: *

*Wirttgen Group products only available e in Virginia markets. | Not all line es available at all locations. Please e see your nearest James River location cation for full details.


Page 6 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

TAKE ADV D ANTAGE A OF YEAR-END

SAVINGS ®

Before year end, take advantage of Section 179 of the IR RS tax code that allows businesses sinesses this year to deduct ct the full purchase price of qualifying eq quipment purchased or financed during the tax yearr. That means that if you buy uy (or lease) ® f your gross income. a pie ece of qualifying Cat equipment, you can deduct thee FULL PURCHASE PRICE from Stop by your Southeastern Reg gion Cat Dealer and take advantage of year end savings. vings. *Consult with your tax preparer for specific ific details.

Co ompact Track Loader Purchase

$ 70,000.00

Excavator Purchase se

$ 110,000.00

Track-type Tractor r Purchase

$ 150,000.00

Se ection 179 Write-off

$ 70,000.00

Section 179 Write--off

$ 110,000.00

Section 179 Write-off

$ 150,000.00

Cash Savings:

$ 24,500.00

Cash Savings:

$ 38,500.00

Cash Savings:

$ 52,500.00

Equipment Cost After Tax: (asssuming a 35% tax bracket)

$ 45,500.00

Equipment Cost After fter Tax: (assuming a 35% tax ax bracket)

$ 71,500.00

Equipment Cost After Tax: (assuming a 35% tax bracket)

$ 97,500.00

KELLLY TRACTOR CO. www.kellytractor.com Serving Southern Florida Miami, FL 305-592-5360

RING POWER CORPORA ATION TION ringpowerr.com .com Serving Central and N. Florida St. Augustine, FL 904-737-7730

THOMPSON TRACTOR CO., INC. www.thompsontractorr.com Serving Alabama and NW Florida Birmingham, AL 800 547-0760 800-547-0760

YANCEY BROS. YANCEY ROS. CO. www.YanceyBros.com yBros.com Serving Georgia Atlanta, a, GA 800-282-1562 -1562

© 2019 Caterpillar C r.. All Rights Reserved. CA ATT, CA ATERPILLAR, TERPILLAR, LET’S DO THE WORK, their respective logos, “Caterpillar terpillar YYellow”, the “Power Edge” and Cat “Modern Hex” trade dress as well as corporate and product oduct identity used herein, are tradeemarks of Caterpillar and may not be used without permission. www.cat.com / www.caterpillar.com


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 7

M450s SkidSteer Mulcher $34,500 www.prinoth.com

Individual configuration for all working conditions e.g. optional flap BCS Bite-Control-System BCS-Rotor with steel knives or carbide teeth. Best balanced rotor for less wear on bearings and high speed meaning high productivity and perfect finishing.

USED EQUIPMENT 2007 JLG 800 S Man Lift, Reman 06/2016 By Factory @ 3670 Current Hrs 5862.......................................... $46,000

2018 Sany 500H Excavator, s/n J00558, 1874 Hrs, Complete w/72” 4 Yard Bucket, Removable Hydraulic Counter Weight.................................................... $259,500

2020 BARKO 830B, s/n 25007, NEW, Cummins QSL 9L T4F, 300 HP, 24 Quadco Hot Saw, AC/Heat, 67L Tires........ ............................................................................ $298,000

2019 SANY SY26U, s/n 01378, 1 Hour........................ Call 2011 Hitach ZX120-3i, SN 86369, Zaxis ZX120-3 Excavator, 36" Bucket............................................ $54,500

2016 Sany SY135C, s/n A872B, FALL CLEARANCE, Ahwi M450E-900 Mulching Head, 36" bucket, Solesbee Hydraulic Thumb.................................................... $98,500 file photo

2017 Takeuchi TL10V2, s/n 1038, Complete with GP Bucket.................................................................... $38,500

2018 KOMATSU PC210 LC-11, s/n 80321, Hydraulic Quick Coupler, 42" Bucket, 1510 Hrs............................ $129,500

2019 SANY SY135C, s/n M3208, 5yr./ 5,000 hr. Warranty 60" Bucket, 152 Hrs............................................ $110,000

2667 Hwy 378 Conway, SC 29527 l 843.397.2050 l www.rs91inc.com


Page 8 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

By Emily Buenzle SPECIAL TO CEG

You wo n about s ’t need to worr a for your fety training y with this little one saw. A plush chainm and a c otor rinkly Saw Gra blade a re sp Toy of entert sure to provid $18.00 ainment for ch e hours at unco mmong ildren ages 0 to oods.co 3. m

Bac kho e To te B ag

Wh e a g ther y stu ift o ou str ff it n it give ent uction with o s own it as turi s, thi -the ther or ng s to med con a ru te b pre Cho silhou stic ba ag fe sos ett ck aat $ e frome is su hoe 24. th re t 99 ree o im at s siz p oci es. ress ety Sta . 6.c rtin om g

MACK Granite Liebherr Crane Truck

With a crane extending more than 4 ft. tall, stabilizer legs, a counterweight and more, this 1:16 scale truck is almost better than the real thing! Suitable for ages 4 and up. $118.95 at fatbraintoys.com

d and Toe Warmer n a s H

Working outside in the cold weather can take a major toll on workers, but these hand warmers and toe warmers from L.L. Bean are sure to help. Choose from a box of either 25 hand warmers or 18 toe warmers for $29.95 at llbean.com

Mini Unit Beams – Bridge Builder Set

at Full of Treats H d Har

There’s always time on the job k! for a snack brea t en rtm so as This ip ch e at ol oc ch of tructioncookies and cons mes packaged co e at ol themed milk choc 4.99 at in a hard hat. $3 .c applecookies om

Calling all aspiring engineers! This 620piece set is the perfect way for children aged 6 and up to get a grasp on the ins and outs of bridge building. The kit provides instructions to build four types of bridges using STEM concepts. $138.95 at fatbraintoys.com

With the holiday season fast approaching, check some items off your list with these constructionthemed gifts. From big-ticket items to stocking stuffers, there is something here for everyone! see LIST page 36

Cater Marvels bpillar: Modern Ear t y Frank R aczon, Ke hmoving For the e ith Haddo this coff quipment aficio ck ee tab nado,

le book readers ta o the bran n a journey throkes d develop ’s history and ugh m beautifu ent, and feature l, histori s ca $45.00 a l photos. t barnesa ndnoble .com

h rtwatc a m S d Rugge tches get maobroeut

artwa r, it’s As sm ore popula e-friendly it m s and hat a job your gift time t ade it onto y great one m ith so man , it’s hard list. W s out there e favorite option ose just onarmen to cho l, but the G e has been mode 5X Sapphir f the best o Fenix ined one r construcdetermwatches fo smart orkers. tion w 59 at $369. n.com o amaz


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 9

Spec cial Fin nancing on Kobe elco Exxcavators

0% %

Any new or used mac chines* in stock through 12/31/19

interestt for 48 montths*

Ta ake k on anyy size i jjob b using i Kobelco K b l excavators t rs

SK210LC-10 Next N Generation Exca avator

SK350LC-10 Excava ator

The highly efficien nt hydraulic system maxim mizes power for a 7% increase in digging volume per hou ur and a 38% improvement in fuel efficiency. Plus, 25% less effort is required to movve the operation lever, com mpared to previous models.

The SK350LC-10 is designed igned to achie achieve unmatched hed lifting power. With high hyydraulic pressure and buccket capacities of 0.875 to 2.75 75 yd3, you can dig more in less time. Power Boost mode deliv delivers 56,200 lb of digging ging force by pushing a button n.

Match the exca avator to the job to red duce your costs. Calll for a demo today! HURRY! Section 179 bonus depreciation tax saving gs are 50% when your new maachines are put into service byy 12/31/19!**

Wh you needd us, where W When h re you needd us

Sched dule a demo today! today! Tampa a 813-247-5168

Orlando 407-859-9160

Talla a hassee 850-5774-0892

*Certain restrictions may apply, contact your GSE sales rep for clarification.

Fort Myers 239-334-60663

Equipment ment • Parts • Service Ser

www.gsequipment.net sequipment.net Ocala 813-247-5168

Jacksonville 904-268-4400

**This information should not be consideered tax advice. Consult the IRS or your tax advisor a for additional details.

Pompano Beach 9 954-327-8808


Page 10 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Awards… 2014 KOMATSU HM400-3, EXCELLENT 29.5R25 TIRES, REAR CAMERA, FAST FUEL, MIND CONDITION, SUPER CLEAN ..$138,500

2015 CAT 336FL, 12’ STICK, 34” TGP, 54” GP, EXCELLENT CONDITION ..................$114,900

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

2009 JD 240D LC, 5490 HRS,AUXILARY HYDRAULICS, QA GP BUCKET, VERY GOOD CONDITION ........................................$59,900

2013 VOLVO A40F, 8200 HRS, EXCELLENT TIRES, ORIGINAL PAINT, EXCELLENT SUPER CLEAN MACHINE ..............................$127,500

2012 VOLVO EC380D LC, 4600HRS, AUX HYD., AUTO LUBE, 36’TGP, 66” GP W TEETH ............................................................$99,500

2011 JD 250D, 23.5R25 TIRES, EXCELLENT CONDITION ........................................$95,000

2007 KOMATSU PC158USLC-2, LONG STICK, LOW HOURS, VRY GOOD U/C, VERY GOOD CONDITION ........................................$52,500

1998 CAT D8R, EROPS, SU TILT BLADE, REAR 2001 CAT 320CL, AUX HYDRAULICS, MANURIPPER, VERY GOOD CONDITION .................. AL THUMB, GOOD CONDITION ..........$48,500 ..........................................................$139,500

2013 KOMATSU D155AX-7, EROPS, EXCELLENT U/C, LOW HOURS ..................$174,500

2007 MOXY MT31, 7400 HRS, AC, VERY GOOD TIRES, EXCELLENT APPEARANCE, VERY GOOD CONDITION ....................$78,500

2006 EXTEC 6000 PORTABLE SCREENER, 1280 HRS, HYDRAULIC GRIZZLY, HYDRAULIC LEVELING, GOOD TIRES, VERY GOOD OPERATING CONDITION..............................$54,500

704-888-1114 • www.wilcoxtractor.com

Call Drew for Service & Brian for Parts.

704-233-4242 800-443-7569 Mon.-Fri. 7:30am-5:00pm Sat. 8:00am-12:00pm

3144 Hwy 74 East Monroe, NC 28112 www.brookssales.com

T. Peter Ruane Named 2019 IRF Man of the Year T. Peter Ruane, a highly respected voice of the U.S. transportation construction industry, has been unanimously selected to receive IRF’s most distinguished individual honor. The award will be presented in Las Vegas on Nov. 20, at the IRF Global R2T Conference & Exhibition. Established in 1951, IRF’s Man (Woman) of the Year award recognizes eminent public, private and education sector professionals with an outstanding track record of leadership and commitment to the road transport industry. Over the years, the award has recognized some of the world’s most influential transport leaders for their work in the field of advocacy, policy, research and educational programs in support of better, safer, and more sustainable road networks globally. Prior to his recent retirement, Ruane oversaw the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) which he dedicated to aggressively growing and protecting transportation infrastructure investment to meet the public and business demand for safe and efficient travel. Ruane also served as the treasurer and as vice chairman of the International Road Federation. Ruane is a decorated U.S. Marine Corps officer. He earned a doctorate in public administration at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., holds a master’s degree from Pennsylvania State University and is a graduate of Loyola University in Baltimore, Md. According to IRF Chairman Eng. Abdullah A. AlMogbel, “This accolade crowns an exceptional career dedicated to advocating for the transportation construction industry’s market interests. Pete brought his exceptional energy and insights to the work of the IRF which he helped elevate to its present position.” IRF President and CEO C. Patrick Sankey added, “Having worked in parallel with Pete on transportation construction issues for three decades, IRF and the industry he served tirelessly will miss his leadership and vision.” Acknowledging the notification of the Award, Ruane said “I am deeply honored to be selected for the 2019 IRF Man of the Year award. As a member of IRF’s Board and Executive Committee for nearly 30 years, I have witnessed firsthand IRF’s phenomenal growth, and most importantly, steady development of tangible member services. IRF provided me with a worldwide perspective and insights into successful national road programs that was uniquely valuable to my ARTBA service. I will always treasure the friendship, camaraderie and lessons learned from IRF's world leaders in the road sector.” For more information visit www.IRF.global. 


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 11

Moving Construction Forward

Used Equipment

2014 850M WT LGP, Stk# 006042, 1590 Hrs, 130'' Blade, w/ 28'' Tracks................................ $93,500

2014 & 2015 Terex TA300 Articulated Trucks, 20 to Choose From!........ Starting from $192,500

from

Trekker Tractor

2018 CASE SV185, Stk#: ET1060, ***LOW HOURS*** Open Rops, 25 Hours............................ $36,250

2013 Chicago Pneumatic CP185JD, Stk#: 000389, **DEALER SERVICED**, 145 Hrs........$14,025

2014 CASE 580N, Stk #: 004615, 4WD, Open Cab w/Aux Hydraulics.. .......................................... $86,900 aq52fq

2015 CASE CX80C, Stk #: 006117.. .......................................... $85,800

2016 CASE SV212, Stk#: 005267, 1751 hrs,84’’ Single Drum Ride on Roller..................................$92,400

2015 CASE CX350D, Stk# 005039, 2515 hrs...........................$253,000

2018 CASE 586H, Stk#: 008221, 161 Hrs, 48'' Pallet Forks, w/ 22' Mast.................................. $85,800

2015 CASE 621F, #000884, w/1968 Hrs, S/N: NFF232546...... $139,700

Miami

Jacksonville

West Palm Beach

Tampa

Fort Myers

Orlando

12601 W. Okeechobee Road Miami, FL 33018 (877) 971-7070 (305) 821-2273

9235 Busch Drive North Jacksonville, FL 32218 (904) 516-5380

1150 Barnett Drive Lake Worth, FL 33461 (561) 296-9710

1504 Tampa East Boulevard Tampa, FL 33619 (813) 341-4646

3051 Hanson Street Ft. Myers, FL 33916 (239) 690-0661

9481 Boggy Creek Road Orlando, FL 32824 (407) 888-0024

www.trekkergroup.com


Page 12 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Hyundai Hosts Dealers for Heavy Metal Training

I

n late October, Hyundai dealers from all across North America converged on the headquarters of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. in Norcross, Ga., for Heavy Metal Training. The program is a two-day training event for continuing education for Hyundai dealers and their sales and service representatives. Day one consisted of a jam-packed day of learning sales Doing their paperwork on machine assessment of an trends, product application and key machine features on the HX330L excavator (L-R) are Larry Hefner, Four entire line of Hyundai compaction rollers, compact excavaSeasons Equipment, Dallas, Texas; Beau Winfield and tors, HX series excavators, HL series wheel loaders and Jeremy Foster of Cisco Equipment, Odessa, Texas. breakers. Finance training and team building exercises also were a part of the overall experience, as well as headquarters tours and parts warehouse walk-arounds. On day two, dealers and Hyundai personnel were transported to a dig-demo site on the property of picturesque Silver City Farm in Cumming, Ga. Various stations with select machines out of the full Hyundai lineup were set up for enhanced operation and machine evaluation and presentation with the Hyundai machine specialists. There also were machines equipped with unique attachments from companies such as Werk Brau and engcon. Dinner and musical entertainment at the Silver City Saloon on the site of the farm wrapped up a fun-filled and rigorous two days of training.  CEG

Hyundai staffers Beth Allen (L), CE sales, and Haley Holleman, parts department, also are participants in the training session to brush up on their product knowledge.

see HYUNDAI page 38

David Tomsson of engcon, New Haven, Conn., was a welcomed manufacturer at the demo training site and presented his company’s unique Tiltrotator attachments.

Going over the selling features of a Hyundai HL940 wheel loader (L-R) are Eric Breese, RECO Equipment, Indianapolis, Ind.; Rich Mix, Correlli Inc., Baltimore, Md.; and Matt Teets, May-RHI, Columbia, S.C.

Hyundai’s Eli Bello (L), district manager-South Central, gains more info on serviceability of an HL series wheel loader from Eric Cliff, Northeast district service manager.

Chris Hunt, Hyundai product support manager, performs a bit of an update on an HX series excavator prior to the dealers’ arrival at the demo site.

Chris Davies, Hyundai district sales support manager for Canada, presents the compact line of Hyundai machines including the 35Z-9a mini-excavator.


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 13

TRUST LEEBOY L .

AS DEPENDABL LE AS YOUR DAY IS LONG. O You work hard—and for all the right reasons: pride, quality, reputation, prosperity. You expect your equipme ent to work as hard as you do, to be every bit as tough, productive p and reliable as you are. You can afford nothing lesss. We are LeeBoy. The name behind the world’s mo ost dependable and productive commercial asphalt paving equip pment.

Locations: 11425 Reames Road Charlotte, NC 28269 215 Fanning Fields Road Mills River, NC 28759

Greater Charlotte Area: Mark Arcilesi (704) 400-3143 Jesse King (704) 619-1167 Central North Carolina: Jordan Thacker (980) 257-7220 Western North Carolina: Steve Brown (828) 243-0490 www.ascendummachinery.com

www.leeboy.co om


Page 14 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

3URYHQ3HUIRUPDQFH 8QEHDWDEOH3ULFHV

&(16WDUWLQJDW

6WDWHVORFDWLRQV /,1'(5

  

 

5WQWG6WDUWLQJDW

5WOSV6WDUWLQJDW



 

  











)LQLVKWKH\HDUVWURQJZLWKRXU HQGRI\HDU(WQ\UHGHDOV

&(16WDUWLQJDW

ZZZ/LQGHUFRP

3OXVDOO$SSOLFDEOH7D[HVDQG)HHV6XEMHFWWR$YDLODELOLW\

GOOD BUYS ON NEW & USED IRON

2014 KOMATSU PC210LC-10, 4,400 HRS, 2006 CAT 320CL, 8552 HRS, CAT HYD. MAIN PROGRESSIVE LINK, HYD THUMB, 50% U/C, PIN THUMB, 50% U/C, OVERALL GOOD CONDIPATTERN CONTROL CHANGER, VERY GOOD TION........................................................ $5,000 COND.................................................... $99,000

2005 HAMM 3205, 54” SMOOTH DRUM 2006 HAMM 3307, 66” SMOOTH WITH ROLLER, 3375 HRS, VERY GOOD CONDITION, PADFOOT SHELL KIT, 2780 HRS, GOOD PRICE INCLUDES 54” PADFOOT SHELL KIT...... CONDITION.......................................... $36,000 .............................................................. $32,500

IN STOCK: 2008 CAT 320CL, 8000 HRS, GOOD CONDITION, MAIN PIN HYD. THUMB, 42” BUCKET......................................................................$52,500

Guy Roof 2091 Bishop Rd. • Greensboro, NC 27406

336-382-9715 2014 CAT 312E, 4520 HRS, HYD. COUPLER, 42” 2015 VOLVO EC140EL, 2300 HRS, MAIN PIN BKT, AUX HYD, 70% U/C, LIKE NEW CONDITION HYD THUMB, LIKE NEW CONDITION....$95,000 .............................................................. $69,000

2014 KOMATSU PC210LC-10, 6,302 HRS, PROGRESSIVE LINK, HYD THUMB, 50% U/C, PATTERN CONTROL CHANGER, VERY GOOD COND...................................................... $89,000

cecarolinasinc@aol.com Free Delivery within 200 Miles!


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 15

E_c U _ F`b çè C_d Y_æ W Cçd U YWb  Z c  d YW ]_c d  f Wb c çd Z æ W d __æ  å _b  b _çV ]çZ ^d W^ç^U W" GYç^\c  d _ _eb  Wçc è U _^d b _æ  T__] ]_f W]W^d  ç^V ç *$ c WU _^V `çd U YZ ^X c èc d W] çd  è_eb  Ä^XWb d Z̀c `_d Y_æ Wc  V_^ d  c d ç^V ç U Yç^U W" :_b  çVVZ d Z _^çæ  Z ^å _b ]çd Z _^ f Z c Z d  æ WWT_è" U _]# b _c U _

%/$1&+$5'0$&+,1(5< 6HUYLQJ6RXWK&DUROLQD %/$1&+$5' %ODQFKDUG0DFKLQHU\FRP3DYLQJ

*5(*25<322/( 6HUYLQJ(DVWHUQ1RUWK&DUROLQD  *UHJRU\3RROHFRP


Page 16 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Hyundai leads the industry with great warranties and a trusted dealer network that will support you.

Southeast Atlas Equip atlasequ.com Calhoun, GA 706-383-8767 Marietta, GA 888-798-2304 Border Rents borderequipment.com Augusta, GA 706-737-7253 Norcross, GA 770-609-8299 Century Equip Rental centuryeq.com Dyersburg, TN 731-285-2875 Crosby Equip Co., Inc. crosbyequipmentco.com Douglas, GA 912-384-4664 Macon, GA 478-257-8300 Diamond Equip, Inc. diamondequipment.com La Vergne, TN 615-641-1100 Earthmovers Construction Equip earthmoversfl.com Apopka, FL 407-401-8956 Fort Pierce, FL 407-401-8956 Equip Resource Management equipresource.com N Little Rock, AR 501-223-8604 Grove River groveriver.com Richmond Hill, GA 912-756-7854

hceamericas.com

Highway Equip Co. highway-equipment.com Troutville, VA 540-992-4150 May • RHI mayequip.com robshydraulics.com Clayton, NC 919-773-1424 Grimesland, NC 252-752-1500 Lexington, NC 866-629-3784 N Benson, NC 919-243-0631 Rock Hill, SC 919-612-6300 Summerville, SC 843-501-0566 Columbia, SC 803-865-1002 Greenville, SC 866-629-3784 Mid South Machinery gomidsouth.com Gulfport, MS 228-867-1555 Jackson, MS 601-948-6740 Tupelo, MS 662-690-6553

Springdale Tractor Springdale, AR 479-361-2513 State Machinery statemachineryeq.com Kenner, LA 504-464-0431 Stone Equipment Co., Inc. stoneequipmentco.net Alabaster, AL 844-786-6373 Montgomery, AL 844-786-6373 Teknia Networks & Logistics, Inc. teknialogistics.com Pinellas Park, FL 727-573-4343


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 17

READY TO OUT-WEIGH THE COMPETITION?

0%

for 48 MONTHS on HL940 and HL955 (all versions) Contact your local dealer www.hceamericas.com

Check us out at

Booth N11601 and Booth F6914 March 10th-14th, 2020

Hyundai wheel loaders come standard with an auto-weighing system that weighs accurately to within plus or minus 1%. With better payload management, you can operate more efficiently and maximize profitability.

TOMORROWSEDGETODAY.COM


Page 18 â&#x20AC;˘ December 4, 2019 â&#x20AC;˘ www.constructionequipmentguide.com â&#x20AC;˘ CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Your Authori o zed Ku K bota Distributor Your Kubota authorized auth horized distributor is as reliable as your equipment equip pment powered by a Kubota engine. Many of our distrib butors have been part of our network IRUPRUHWKDQ\HDUVRÎ?HULQJJHQXLQH.XERWDHQJLQHVJHQHUDWRUVSDUWV service and warranty support.

KU UBOTA TA A AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS Loftin Equipment Company Engines, Generators

Gulf Engine & Equipment, Inc. Engines, Generators

Northern Power Products Engines, Gene erators

Phoenix, AZ | 800-437-4376

Belle Chasse, LA | 800-925-4966

Eagan, MN | 800-2 284-6247

CK KP Power Engines, Generators

Anderson Industrial Engines Engines, Generators

Engine Distribu utors Inc Engines

St. Louis, MO | 314-868-9314

Omaha, NE | 800-747-1438

Blackwood, NJ | 800 0-220-2700

Capital Engine Company Engines

Engine Power Source Engines, Generators

Cascade Engine e Center Engines, Gene erators

Reynoldsburg, OH | 740-964-0089

Rock Hill, SC | 800-374-7522

Seattle, W WA A | 2062 764-3850

Total Energy Systems Generators

Engine Power Inc. Engines

De Pere, WI | 888-548-1400

Oconomowoc, WI | 800-242-2289

For locations and contact information, please visit: KubotaEngine.com/Network


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 19


Page 20 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

GE Financial Services, LLC - Off Lease Specials

Locations throughout the South East including FL, GA, & NC. • Your Financial Solutions Partner since 1987.

Call 866-435-3274 and ask for the Off Lease department.

JCB Launches New Employee Vet Club in North America

2017 JD 333G Skid Steer, 863 Hrs ...... 2014 Manitou M30.4 Rough Terrain 2011 Volvo EC210CL Excavator, 7614 2011 Cat D6K Dozer, 3100 Hrs ............ ..........................................$926.50/Mo Lift, 1275 Hrs ....................$552.50/Mo Hrs ....................................$926.50/Mo ............................................$1,666/Mo

2005 JD 624J Loader, 8700 Hrs .......... 2016 Dynapac CA2500D Smooth Drum 2015 JD 245G Excavator, 2500 Hrs ...... 2016 Morbark 3200 Chipper, 980 Hrs .. ............................................$1,012/Mo Roller, 400 Hrs ....................$1,182/Mo ............................................$2,457/Mo ............................................$4,743/Mo

2009 Terex RT665 Crane, 6015 Hrs .... 2006 Cat D10 Dozer ......$8,923.30/Mo 2010 JD 3574 Loader, 9445 Hrs .......... 2007 Mack Granite CV713 Tri Axle ............................................$4,573/Mo ............................................$1,995/Mo Dump Truck, 488,782 Miles ....$931/Mo

Isuzu Eco-friendly E 4J Engines... inside every REDT Tech ech™ 4J Power Unit Un .

Ec co-frien co ffrien i ndly dl The Isuzu 4J 3.0 0L (52-84 kW) engine has always been b reliable, eco-friendly, durrable, and technologically advance ed. The same qualities that ma ake the best Power Units. Contac ct your local Isuzu Distributorr and experience eco-friendly pow wer today. Visit us at: The ARA Show 20 020 Booth #3092 and CONEXPO 2020 Booth B #S-85406.

Isuzu Motors A America, LLC :: 46401 Commerce Center Drive, Plymouth MI 48170 :: 734.58 82.9470 :: www.IsuzuREDT Tech.com ech.com

The JCB Veterans Club launched on Veterans Day 2019.

On Veterans Day 2019, JCB North America launched its new Veterans Club to recognize and support JCB employees who have served, or who currently serve, in the armed forces. Current JCB employees have served in the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, National Guard and Navy, as well as the British and Brazilian armies; together they make up more than 12 percent of the company’s more than 700 employees in North America. “JCB employs a large number of veterans from around Savannah and recognizes the service, sacrifice and personal qualities that are unique to military veterans,” said Myles Leiker, JCB Veterans Club president and Marine Corps veteran. “The new JCB Veterans Club brings us together, not just for camaraderie around our common experiences, but to leverage that bond to take on projects that will benefit our colleagues, our communities and even other veterans as they complete their service.” The JCB Veterans club will provide support for JCB veterans and facilitate volunteer opportunities and fund raising to benefit local charitable organizations. Further, veterans will be recognized by JCB with regular “Veteran Spotlight” stories that will be shared among all JCB employees, to draw attention to the skills and experience of their veteran colleagues. In addition to employing military veterans, JCB is a trusted supplier of construction machines for military applications. At the JCB North America headquarters in Pooler, Ga., the company has manufactured more than 1000 high mobility engineer excavators for the U.S. Army and its allies around the world. And this year, JCB North America will begin delivery of 1,600 rough terrain forklifts to the Army. For more information, visit www.jcb.com. 


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 21

Zero Turn for Mobiliity y,,

info@gomac g o.com m ❘ www.gomac g o.com o Long, straight runs are nice. But many of you have curb and gutter p projects with short runs, rad adii, and corners in parking lotss or tight locations. GOMACO’s Xtreme curb and gutter e machines have Zero--T Turn capabilities bilities ffor or maneuverabilit a y. You’ll be able to placce more curb than ever beffo ore and move your machin ne in ways you have never e moved befo ore. You’ll be aable to pour a tight radius that you could only dream of beffor ore. GOMACO’’ss proprietary G+ controls makess your concrete paver smoo other and easier to operate. Have fun aving curb and gutter with your new Zero--T Turn GOMACO paver. Ourr worldwide distributor network and corpo orporate team m always stand ready to serve and assist you.

CAROLINA CAT

BLANCHARD MACHINERY

GREGORY POOLE

Serving Western North Carolina (800) 277-2080 CarolinaCat.com

Serving South Carolina (844) BLANCHARD (252-6242) BlanchardMachinery.com

Serving Eastern North Carolina (800) 447-3112 GregoryPoole.com


Page 22 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Photo Courtesy of Sealevel Construction Inc.

The completed Falgout Canal Flood Control Structure provides 1,025 linear feet of flood protection.

Gulf Project Provides Support Against Category 3 Storms LEVEE from page 1

from hurricane and storm surge,” Boyett added. “Recently, the Corps and state of Louisiana have collaborated in an effort to reduce the anticipated construction costs from the initial $10.3 billion to an estimated $3.2 billion. We believe that this reduction in cost makes the project more competitive for funding on the national level. The Corps of Engineers New Orleans District considers this project one of our highest priorities, and we are eager to join the state and parish authorities in its construction should necessary funding become available.” The initiative will see construction of approximately 98 miles of earthen levee with 20 floodgate structures proposed for the navigable waterways, along with a lock complex in the Houma Navigational Canal (HNC) that includes a 250ft. wide steel barge floodgate and a lock measuring 110 ft. wide by 800 ft. long. In 2013, TLCD built the HNC’s "Bubba Dove" Floodgate for a cost of $52 million. This steel barge floodgate is 273 ft. long, 60 ft. wide and 42 ft. high. It has a sill depth of 24 ft. and a floodwall height of 18 ft. “The floodgate is the crown jewel of our state and local efforts to build parts of our federal hurricane protection project with no federal money,” said TLCD Executive Director Reggie Dupre. “This is one of the largest non-federal flood control structures in the nation.” CPRA and TLCD are currently working on the final design of converting the Bubba Dove Floodgate to a lock complex. This new project is being funded from a $400 million grant from the Restore Act, part of the BP oil spill funding. Construction is expected to begin in early 2020 and will be done in three construction phases over the next few years. Morganza to the Gulf first started in 1992, when Congress authorized the Corps to study the area for the need for hurricane protection. To date, $72 million of federal funding has been spent on this project with no construction funding. This project has been authorized by Congress three times — first in 2000, then in 2007 and finally in 2014. Post-Katrina design standards have caused the project estimate to increase from $886 million (2007 authorization) to $10.3 billion (2014 authorization). Recently costs have been reevaluated by the Corps using the TLCD’s actual con-

struction methods, which reduced the overall price by about 70 percent. The Corps is the federal sponsor for this project, with the CPRA and TLCD jointly serving as local sponsors. Once completed, the TLCD will provide operations and maintenance services for the system. The project has four major benefits: inundation reduction to provide protection against tidal and hurricane surges up to a Category 3 storm; water supply protection to eliminate over $200,000 in annual water treatment costs; environmental benefits to help protect marshes and wetlands in the Terrebonne Basin; and providing safe harbor to local fisherman, who will no longer have to leave the area in a storm event. Work on the project began in 2009 and several contracts have been issued: Low Land Construction Co. Inc. and Onshore Materials LLC for levee construction and Sealevel Construction Inc. for structures and floodgates. Soil conditions complicate the work and make it expensive. “These are very soft and sometimes unstable soils and we have to do borings to help prepare construction plans,” explained Dupre, a former state senator and lead author of the legislation that created the CPRA following Katrina. “All of southern Louisiana, especially in Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes, are at the bottom of the Mississippi River Delta, and most of the work we’re doing is taking place in wetlands. Another challenge is building mitigation — for every acre of wetlands of wetlands we impact, we have to build 1.5 acres of new wetlands.” When Hurricanes Katrina and Rita struck the area in 2005, they created 9.5-ft.-tall tidal surges that flooded thousands of homes. Prior to 2005, the area was affected by six major storms going back to the 1980s. “We would have to move — it’s a matter of survival for us without these new structures,” Dupre said. “For Hurricane Barry, we had tidal surge over nine feet. With Rita, over 11,000 homes were flooded in Terrebonne Parish and with Barry, 10 or 11 were flooded due to the work we did. Just look at the cost savings of not having flood insurance claims and public assistance. We probably will have $6 million in FEMA claims, but it’s not hundreds of millions and our economy continues to work.”

The levees and floodgates have and are being designed by the Corps and various engineering firms. Dupre stressed that the new structures will protect three generations of local residents. “Constructing a large-scale protection system presents many challenges, especially in Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes, where so many natural waterways and canals exist,” said Mitchell Marmande, program manager of Morganza to the Gulf. “Managing the hydrology of the system is always a critical design issue as we begin to analyze these levees and floodgates. Couple that with poor soil conditions and environmentally sensitive areas, and the challenges can be multiplied. Managing all these factors while trying to achieve budgets has been something that would not be possible without the focus and commitments of the CPRA, USACE and the hard work of the TLCD’s staff and commissioners. “The hard structures have life spans ranging from 50 to 100 years while the levee alignments while be periodically lifted and improved over time,” Marmande added. “In the eleven years I have served as program manager, the concepts and designs have improved greatly as we continue to build each structure, including the massive HNC Lock complex. For the most part we have utilized ‘in the wet’ construction to reduce construction time and costs. In addition, we have relied on local expertise in marine construction to constantly improve our designs and construction techniques. However, I believe the greatest benefit our local marine industry provides through the many shipyards and fabricators will be the reduction of operation and maintenance costs over time.” Building a levee to its specified height — in this case about 20 ft. tall — requires years of work. According to Dupre, you have to build them with lifts. “You build it first to 12 ft. and it settles down to 10 ft.,” he said. “Then you come back a few years later and go to 15 ft. and it will settle to 13 ft. It may take as many as four lifts to reach your final elevation, and you’re constantly having to maintain it because settlement is the nature of the beast in south Louisiana.” The goal, according to the federal report, is to complete the project by 2035. However, Dupre stated that the project see LEVEE page 72


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE â&#x20AC;¢ www.constructionequipmentguide.com â&#x20AC;¢ December 4, 2019 â&#x20AC;¢ Page 23

NOW â&#x20AC;&#x2122;S THE TIME T TO BUY!

ITâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S TIME E TO TAK AKE E ADVAN A TA AG GE OF THE SECT TION 179 TA AX DED DUCTION

=S = SYVFYWMRIWWRIIHWIUYMTQIRX]SYGERXVYWX*VSQ FEGOLSIWERHXIPILERHPIVWXSI\GEZEXSVWERH[LIIP PSEHIVW1EG/MRRSR.'&LEWEGSQTPIXIVERKISJ QEGLMRIW]SYGERFIGSRJJMMHIRX[MPPKIXXLINSF HSRI%RHVMKLXRS[ [MJ]SYFY]E.'&QEGLMRI FIJJS SVIXLIIRHSJXLI]IEVV7IGXMSRSJXLIXE\ GSHIQE]EPPS[]SYXSGPEMQXLIJJYYPPTYVGLEWITVMGI EWEHIHYGXMFPIFYWMRIWWI\TIRWIMR  JJMMRERGMRKERHGEWLFEGOSJJJIIVWEVIEZEMPEFPI7XSTF] SRISJSYVJJMMZIPSGEXMSRWSVZMWMXSYV[IFWMXIXS WGLIHYPIEHIQSSVVIUYIWWXXEUYSXIXSHE]

WWW.MA W.MA ACKINNONJCB.COM CKINNONJCB.COM NONJCB.COM 2230 N. U.S. Highway 301 Taampa, FL 33619 T (866) 706-1995

1915 N. Orangee Blossom T Trail rail Orlando, FLL 32804 (866) 620-5840 0-5840

2755 Marshall Drive Tifton, GA 31793 (866) 586-4281

6907 Broadway Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32254 (866) 554-6926

5566 6th Street W West est Lehigh Acres, FL 33971 (239) 458-5005


Page 24 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Better Fueling. Better Payback.

A No HAZMAT Fuel Trailer can add hundreds, or even thousands, to your bottom line each month. Order now for year-end delivery.

go.ThunderCreek.com/ceg819

All-In-One Jobsite Service Solutions 800.774.0453 | ThunderCreek.com |

Foundation Equipment

®

Sales

Rentals

Parts & Service

REACH cross-country but feels like next door. More than machines…solutions.

1 800 PILE USA / ecanet.com

Authorized Dealer:

Pittsburgh 412 264 4480

Jacksonville 904 284 1779

Toronto 800 760 0925

Philadelphia 610 626 2200

Boston 508 821 4450

Greensboro 336 854 1220

Washington, D.C. 301 599 1300

NY/NJ 732 528 5477

Milwaukee 262 345 5715


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 25


Page 26 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

AEM Hall of Fame Inducts Mary Andringa of Vermeer Corp. The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) announced the newest inductee to the AEM Hall of Fame: Mary Andringa of Vermeer Corp. The AEM Hall of Fame recognizes individuals whose innovations, ideas and leadership have advanced the off-road equipment manufacturing industry and contributed to its success in the past and into tomorrow. “We are very pleased to announce and congratulate Mary Andringa as the latest inductee into the AEM Hall of Fame,” said AEM President Dennis Slater. “She joins an elite group of respected industry leaders whose work and accomplishments inspire the next generation to continue our industry’s legacy of progress enhancing productivity, sustainability, and

economic and social prosperity.” Nominations for the AEM Hall of Fame are open yearround. An independent panel of industry experts evaluates potential inductees, and honorees are publicly announced and celebrated during special ceremonies at AEM’s annual conference of member companies. More than 60 industry leaders have been inducted into the AEM Hall of Fame since its inception in 1993. Mary Andringa’s commitment and relentless leadership positioned Vermeer Corporation as a strong voice in the industry — for lean manufacturing, for the education of our future workforce, for the legislation of policies having a positive impact on manufacturing, for family-owned and -oper-

A NE W W ORL D DEM A ND S NE W HOL L A ND. Building the future star ts with the right tools. That’s why construction contractors, landscapers, municipalities, grounds maintenance depar tments and farmers turn to hardworking, dependable New Holland equipment to help them master their many daily tasks. Your New Holland dealer has the right product for your job, including skid steer loaders, compact track loaders, loader backhoes, tractor loaders, compact excavators, compact wheel loaders, and a host of buckets and attachments for added versatility. • Built-in comfor t and visibility so you can work with a higher level of confidence, speed and efficiency • Stable, compact designs to work smoothly in tight spaces and uneven terrain • Clean, responsive power from fuel-efficient, Tier 4 Final engines • Rugged construction, long ser vice inter vals and simple maintenance Learn more about the full line of New Holland construction equipment at w w w.newholland.com



www.charlottetractor.com 704-596-8900         



ated companies and for taking care of the people of Vermeer. Andringa’s own investment into lean manufacturing led to organization-wide change for continuous improvement and growth. An example of success: Vermeer’s 12-inch in-feed brush chipper went from raw steel to finished product in two days, rather than 52. Starting her career teaching elementary students, Andringa has a passion for education and continuous learning that’s continued throughout her time at Vermeer. This passion prompted Vermeer to expand its education initiatives at all levels — early childhood education with an onsite early learning center, college-age students with an international leadership program and onsite facility at Iowa State University, as well as adults with preparation for retirement. Andringa actively communicates and collaborates with legislators on issues that matter to advanced manufacturing, exporters and small- to medium- sized businesses. She served on the President’s Export Council and Ex-Im Bank Advisory Committee, chaired the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and was co-chair of the Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council. Continuing the legacy her father left, Andringa helped define and promote the Vermeer 4P Philosophy (principles, people, product and profit), with people being our most important asset. Vermeer initiatives include an onsite primary care clinic and pharmacy for employees and their families. Andringa is now chair of the board at Vermeer after filling roles as CEO, co-CEO, president and COO. Her level of passion and commitment have made her a voice of change and innovation not only at Vermeer, but in the industry and community.


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 27

OPERATE WITH POWER R. PAVE WITH H PRIDE.

Designed with w the paving profes o sional in mind, mind the LeeBoy y 8520 is a robust-des o signed asphalt paver. PERFORMAN NCE FEATURES • Paving Widths h Variable a Up To 15’ (4.5 m) m • Choice of Hig gh Deck or Low Deck œ˜w}ÕÀ>̈œ˜ • Dual Electronic Steering • Sliding Operrator Control Station • 9 To on (8,164 ( , 4 kg) g) Capacity g p y Material Hopp pp per p • Heavy-duty Under U carriage and T Track rack Sy System ystem

CONTACT YOUR LOCAL REPRESE ENTATIVE BLANCHARD M MACHINER RY Y Serving South Car C olina 1 844 BLANCHA 1-844-BLANCHARD ARD BlanchardMachinery y.com/Paving .com/Paving

GREGOR RY Y POOLE Servin ng Eastern North Carolina 1 800 447 3112 1-800-447-3112 GregoryPoole.com


Page 28 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

From the left are Bryce Hennings and Dusty Lindsay, both of Hennings Construction in East Bend, N.C., with Warren Cutts and Brocke Walker, both of James River Equipment.

Discussing the productivity enhancing capabilities of the Topcon X-53x are Michael Matthew (L) of Benchmark and Eddy Wray of Branch Civil in Roanoke, Va.

(L-R): Fate Lawing of Sugar Hill Contractors in Marion, N.C.; Jeff Keilen and Scott Holloway, both of Siteworks in Charlotte; and Ted Doran and Kell Cleeland, both of James River Equipment.

Benchmark Tool & Supply, James River Equipment Host

S

itting in the seat and having the opportunity to experience the ease of use and power that is the new Topcon X-53x auto excavator often ends with a huge smile and the uttering of “Wow, that is incredible!” That, and the chance for companies to share best practices and network with each other, is why Benchmark Tool & Supply is always excited to host product demonstrations like the two held on Nov. 19 in Greensboro, N.C., and Nov. 21 in Charlotte, N.C., in conjunction with James River Equipment. “We were fortunate enough to have Topcon reps and James River Equipment reps join our sales and training staff on site for all three demo days while customers took their turn behind the sticks and had the opportunity to dig perfect slopes and flat pads in half of the normal time, the true value of this software,” said Benchmark Marketing Manager Mike Blazek. For owners and operators to see first-hand how easy digging a slope or flat pad is, they start to see how even an inexperienced operator can look and function like a seasoned pro and finish projects more quickly and with a higher level of accuracy. The X-53x is perfect for turning a novice operator into a good one and a skilled operator into a near-perfect one.  CEG The guests were able to operate the Hitachi 300 excavator equipped with the X-53x Topcon system.

Ronnie Rowe (L) of James River Equipment welcomes Rick Sowers of Sowers Construction Co. in Mount Airy, N.C.

(L-R): Donald Dawson, D.J. and David Whitesell, all of Whitesell Trucking in Rock Hill, S.C., were impressed with the Topcon FC-500.

Working on a typical project application, the guests enjoyed the opportunity to test out the Hitachi 300 excavator equipped with the X-53x Topcon system.


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 29

Bret Arnold (L) and Mark Sutton, both of Yates Construction in Stokesdale, N.C. Mark and Bailey Doggett of Doggett Construction Co. in Summerfield, N.C., listen as Mike Blazek of Benchmark goes over how the Hitachi excavator functions with the Topcon X-53x

Kory Strader (seated) of KBS Earthworks in Julian, N.C., listens to Thomas Ethridge of Benchmark as he goes through how to use the X-53x Topcon system on the Hitachi excavator.

Demo Days for Topcon X-53x System Keith Taylor (L) of D.H. Griffin Infrastructure in Greensboro, N.C. and Adam Leviner of Benchmark.

The many guests were looking forward to learning how to increase their operating performance by utilizing the new Topcon technology. Seth Farthing (in cab) of Centerline Contracting in Monroe, N.C., learns about the productivity enhancements when using the Topcon X-53x from Thomas Etheridge of Benchmark Tool & Supply.

Ted Doran (L) of James River Equipment and Chris Hohhman of CK Contractors & Development in Kings Mountain, N.C.

Tommy and T.J. Johnson, both of Johnson Utility & Grading in Statesville, N.C., and John Mooney of Benchmark Tool & Supply.

Discussing how well the Topcon systems help with grading productivity (L-R) are Raul Cruz and Crater Lewis, both of Jimmy Lewis & Sons Grading in Roxboro, N.C., and John Mooney of Benchmark Tool & Supply.


Page 30 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Six Ways to Manage Rising Equipment & Rental Costs

SAVE TIME • SAVE MONEY SAVE LABOR • SAVE OIL • • • • •

No tools required No expensive hardware needed No more rags stuffed into hoses No more messy plastic caps The ultimate contamination control tool • One hand installation • Eliminate hydraulic oil spills & clean up • Quick installation & ease of usage • Safe for personnel & environment • Industry acclaimed • 100% Made in USA INTRODUCING FlangeLock Tool Boxes TM

4 Tool Boxes Available

All Include Slugs and O'Rings.

For more information contact Mike Pearl at 914.980.8890 or email mike @ flangelock.com

www.flangelock.com

A major challenge facing companies in today’s construction industry is how to deal with rising equipment and rental costs. One key component to this is whether to buy a piece of equipment or rent it, said Gregg Christensen, vice president, nationals account, United Rentals. Founded in 1997, the company is the largest equipment rental company in the world. “If there is a consistent level of equipment utilization, based on future projections of workload that can be counted on — the sweet spot of utilization, purchasing is the way to go,” he said. “If there is a roller coaster of utilization, you’re probably better off renting. Renting enables a company to augment its owned fleet with rental equipment to help smooth out workload peaks and valleys.” Sometimes though, the buy-or-rent decision boils down to does a fleet have what it needs, when it needs it and where it needs it, he says. A further consideration, added Christensen, is whether a company has the appropriate staffing and transportation infrastructure in place to maintain, repair and transport its fleet of equipment. Staffing can be a challenge unto itself because of the construction labor shortage and lack of labor growth that continues to plague the construction industry. Planning for Your Project Needs “It has been my experience that in general, construction businesses are poor planners when it comes to equipment and a need for rentals,” said Christensen. “At United Rentals, we try to be proactive to make sure we understand a company’s equipment scheduling and the possible need for last minute rentals. Especially for larger jobs, we work with jobsite staff to try and get an idea of ebbs and tides in their project scheduling and staffing so we can have equipment available when appropriate.” Another way to reduce equipment and rental costs, he added, is to appropriately service and maintain all equipment to ensure that it continues to function efficiently and properly. Equipment malfunction and failure can be costly — equipment downtime, repair expenses, idle labor and project delays, all of which have a direct impact on construction costs. Christensen said equipment cost reductions also can be had through the use of a comprehensive telematics solution — which

provides up-to-the-minute visibility into equipment health and activity — and predictive analytics. Basically, predictive analytics uses several monitoring methods to establish regular trends and then predict the future path of those trends. With such insight, equipment owners can shift from a reactive repair-afterfailure approach to a proactive repair-beforefailure tactic. The end result, he said, is more efficient operations and increased fleet availability. Christensen noted that United Rentals employs predictive analytics around major component wear-outs and failures, plus has developed effective preventive maintenance schedules. This helps avoid or reduce breakdowns, along with the expense and loss of productivity related to them. Practical Tips for Managing Costs To help manage rising equipment and rental costs, Christensen offers some advice. 1. Utilization — First and foremost, project equipment utilization over 18 to 24 months. If a piece of equipment is going to be utilized over a certain percentage month in and month out, it typically stands to reason that the piece of equipment should be purchased. 2. Equipment — Determine if you have the staff and infrastructure available to service and transport equipment. 3. Geographic Footprint — Take into account the geographic footprint for where you might need other equipment because it is very expensive to transport construction equipment from place to place. 4. Scope and Versatility — Think about the scope of a project, the specialty aspects of a piece of equipment and how to enhance the flexibility of equipment with attachments. 5. Data Collection — Employ technology to track as much information from equipment as possible and learn how to leverage the data collected to boost efficiency, productivity and uptime, plus help stay on track and on budget. 6. Working Capital — Consider whether you are better off using a line item expense for rental on your profit and loss statement versus tying up a lot of working capital in assets that you may or may not keep utilizing on a consistent and regular basis. If you have limited capital, where do you want to tie it up? 


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 31

PUSH BOUNDARI AR ES S WITH PALFINGER’S PAL PR RO MECHANICS TRU R CKS In stock and ready-to-ship, our PAL P Pro o mechanics trucks are available on PALDrive. Service c can’tt wa ait, and neither shoulld you. Stay ahead of your competition n. Fin nd your next work-ready trruck at www.palfinger.com/paldrive ve/en n-us.

LIGHTER | LONGER | STRONGER

THE BULL B HOG FO ORESTRY MULCHER fecon.com

The #1 Mulchher in the US SA! DURABILIT TY -- PERFORMANCE -- VERSA V ATILITY TILITY

855.910.64955


Page 32 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 33

GROW YOUR BUSINESS WITH THE QUALITY YOU EXPECT OF A CAT® MACHINE AND THE UNMATCHED SUPPORT OF YOUR LOCAL DEALER. GET IN ON THE SAVINGS TODAY.

Serving South Carolina 3151 Charleston Hwy West Columbia, SC 1.844.252.6242

Serving Western North Carolina 9000 Statesville Rd Charlotte, NC 1.800.277.1212

Serving Eastern North Carolina 4807 Beryl Rd Raleigh, NC 1.919.836.4462

*Financing offers valid from October 1, 2019 to January 31, 2020. 0% for 60 months finance rate with zero down available only on the following new machines manufactured by Caterpillar Inc.: Cat mini excavators, compact track loaders, multi terrain loaders, skid steer loaders and compact wheel loaders (903-908 models only). 0% for 48 months, plus a 3-year/3000-hour Powertrain & Hydraulics Equipment Protection Plan with zero down only on the following new machines manufactured by Caterpillar Inc.: Cat compact wheel loaders (910-914 models only), backhoe loaders, small dozers, small wheel loaders and telehandlers. To be eligible for an Equipment Protection Plan offer (where applicable), the machine must be financed with Cat Financial. Financing, zero down and published rate terms are subject to credit approval through Cat Financial for customers who qualify. Buyers are not guaranteed to qualify. Higher rates may apply for buyers with lower credit rating or qualifications. Offer available only at participating Cat dealers. Flexible payment terms available to those who qualify. Offer is available to customers in the USA and Canada only. Offer subject to machine availability. Offer may change without prior notice and additional terms and conditions may apply. Contact your Cat dealer for details. © 2019 Caterpillar. All Rights Reserved. CAT, CATERPILLAR, LET’S DO THE WORK, their respective logos, “Caterpillar Yellow,” the “Power Edge” and Cat “Modern Hex” trade dress as well as corporate and product identity used herein, are trademarks of Caterpillar and may not be used without permission.


Page 34 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Volvo’s Custom-Made ‘Gold Rush’ Excavator Rolls Into

O

n Nov. 22, Ascendum Machinery hosted a customer appreciation event at its Charlotte, N.C., location featuring the Volvo EC200E — a 20-ton size class excavator that appears in the Discovery Channel television show “Gold Rush.” To celebrate the 10th season of Gold Rush, Volvo Construction Equipment is proud to share its special edition machine, with a few items that makes it one of a kind. Including: A custom paint job by Akzo Nobel that took 140 hours to complete and is valued between $5,000 to $7,000; A premium leather airconditioned and heated seat by KAB embroidered with Discovery Channel and Gold Rush logos, as well as the signatures of cast members Tony Beets, Parker Schnabel and Rick Ness; and American-Made CUSHOTRAC Clamp-On Track Pads from Superior Tire and Rubber Corp. The Gold Rush excavator will be auctioned at the Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers event in Orlando in February 2020. Proceeds will benefit two nonprofits: Building Homes for Heroes and Habitat for Humanity. In addition to Volvo Construction Equipment, Ascendum Machinery In addition to Volvo, Ascendum Machinery also is authorized distributor of Gradall, LeeBoy and also represents Volvo Penta, Doosan Portable Power, Gradall, SDLG, Rosco products. The company offers service for each and is fully stocked for parts. Sennebogen, LeeBoy, Rosco and Sandvik.  CEG

Discussing the increase in productivity of Volvo wheel loaders are Stephen Arnold (L) of Ascendum Machinery and John Arnold of Arnold Grading & Paving in Charlotte, N.C.

(L-R): Chad Cooke of Cooke Rentals in Denver, N.C., Deree Bivins of Doosan Portable Power in Statesville, N.C., and Jordan Thacker of Ascendum Machinery with the Doosan LCV6 light tower.

Isaac Still (L) and Billy Byers, both of Environmental Holdings Group in Charlotte.

(L-R): Riley and Tyler Lecka of Wild Lands Engineering in Charlotte and Ascendum Machinery’s Steve Brown talk about the durability of Volvo excavators working in the frozen Alaskan tundra.

Steven Berube (L) of Gradall and Doug Boice of Ascendum Machinery.

The event included an operator competition using the Volvo ECR88D.


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 35

Ascendum Machinery’s Charlotte, N.C., Branch Location

Discussing the Rosco products are Jesse King (L) of Ascendum Machinery and Cesar Garcia of NJR Group in Albemarle, N.C.

Matt McDaniel (R) goes over the Volvo L150H wheel loader with Robert and Lore Kerr of Piedmont Grading & Wrecking in Charlotte, N.C.

(L-R): Brian Owens of Stewarts Grading & Hauling in Germanton, N.C., with Katelyn Pandy and Kristin Parker, both of Ascendum Machinery.

Kyle Siler (seated) of Gradexx in Trinity, N.C., gets an overview of the Volvo ECR88D from Jarred Gardner of Ascendum Machinery.

(L-R): Cesar Valle, Danny Biggers, Paul Simpson, Alejandro Camacho and Michael Matheny, all of Ferebee Corp. in Charlotte, N.C. Ascendum Machinery had several different Volvo machines on hand for its guests to look over.

Marco Loureiro (L) of Ascendum Machinery and John Okerson of Bank of the West.


Page 36 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

GO WITH KOMATSU... AND GET THE ONLY TIER 4 EQUIPMENT WITH COMPLIMENTARY MAINTENANCE BUILT RIGHT IN. Every Komatsu Tier 4 construction machine comes standard with Komatsu CARE complimentary factory scheduled maintenance for 2,000 hours or the first 3 years, plus 2 complimentary Komatsu Diesel Particulate Filter exchanges. With Komatsu CARE you can: • Lower your cost of ownership • Increase equipment uptime and reliability • Protect the value of your Tier 4 capital investment

LIST from page 8

It’s just part of our Program designed to deliver complete service and support solutions to Komatsu customers.

Timber Truck Charm

alized Personk Ornament Hoo e orna Crane omeone’s trethis spe-

ith os Add t ollection w iece. Made c p t ment ndcrafted ornamen a is h h t ging cial, h wood, ly han eae c v ir b lo s of ok will lo he tree this at on t . $11.99 son .com etsy

A great addition to any bracelet or necklace chain, this charm perfectly captures the essence of timber transportation. The piece comes in sterling silver, gold plate, 10K and 14K yellow gold and 14K white gold. $40.00 to $604.00 at rembrandtcharms.com

see LIST page 68

og Vest Reflective Dmake it look like

Hard Hat Winter Cap

Keep out the winter chill with this full-face winter stretch cap from N-Ferno. Perfectly suited to wear under a hard hat, it’ll make the cold days on the job a bit easier. $12.44 at the warmingstore.com

ight ork on the ty vest m This safe ready to get to w ect for a lateis rf your dog on site, but it’s pe Available in . ti k c c u tr lo s b n e o co und th ro a is vest als lk a th , w night colors ix s d n a s four size variety of features a ockets p zippered ess conrn a h a and rting at nector. Sta $29.99 at .com iessafe keepdogg

Model Construction Equipment

Do you have a model equipment collector on your list? CEG’s scale models are the perfect gift! We offer a wide variety of diecast construction equipment models from several manufacturers, including dozers, loaders, excavators, cranes, pavers and trucks. In addition, we have access to many more models from our vendors that we can get to you quickly. At ebaystores.com

struction Pajamas Con

Cuddle up your little one in these cozy, fleece pajamas. The set of two features images of a variety of your child’s favorite pieces of equipment. Available in sizes 9M to 5T. $16.99 at target.com

To learn more about Komatsu CARE contact your Komatsu distributor or scan this QR code with your smart phone.

SOUTHEAST KOMATSU DISTRIBUTORS

H&E Equipment Services www.he-equipment.com AR Little Rock 501-568-7867 800-632-0577 Springdale 479-927-1672 888-200-6343 LA Alexandria 318-443-7173 800-249-8485 Baton Rouge 225-356-6113 800-872-1305 Bossier City 318-746-5272 800-643-2844 Broussard 337-837-9600 877-463-9914 Kenner 504-467-5906 800-203-1869 Sulphur 337-528-2661 800-258-1614

Linder Industrial Machinery www.linder.com FL Ft. Myers 239-337-1313 Jacksonville 904-786-6710 Ocala 352-629-7585 Orlando 407-849-6560 Pembroke Pines 954-433-2800 Plant City 813-754-2727 West Palm Beach 561-863-0570 NC Arden 828-681-5172 Charlotte 704-376-7554 Greenville 252-695-6200 Greensboro 336-665-0110 Raleigh 919-851-2030 Wilmington 910-254-2031

SC Greer 864-877-8962 North Charleston 843-552-0095 West Columbia 803-794-6150

Lyle Machinery Co. www.lylemachinery.com MS Columbus 662-243-2152 Hattiesburg 601-296-7556 Jackson 601-939-4000 Magnolia 601-783-2111 Saucier 228-832-7575

Power Equipment www.powerequipco.com MS Saltillo 662-869-0283 TN Chattanooga 423-894-1870 Kingsport 423-349-6111 Knoxville 865-577-5563 LaVergne 615-213-0900 Memphis 901-346-9800


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 37

Rish Equipment Company www.rish.com MD Frostburg 301-689-2211 VA Bealton 540-439-0668 Chesapeake 757-485-2100 Chester 804-748-6411 Coeburn 276-395-6901 Fisherville 540-887-8291 Salem 540-380-2090 WV Beckley 304-255-4111 Bluefield 304-327-5124 Bridgeport 304-842-3511 Logan 304-752-9313 St. Albans 304-755-3311

Tractor & Equipment Company www.tec1943.com AL Alabaster 205-621-2489 Anniston 256-831-2440 Birmingham 205-591-2131 Decatur 256-355-0305 800-321-6865 Dothan 334-678-1832 Huntsville 256-851-2222 Mobile 251-457-8991 800-233-7213 Montgomery 334-288-6580 800-832-9563 Tuscaloosa 205-752-0621 FL Panama City 850-763-4654 Pensacola 850-505-0550 GA Albany 229-435-0982 800-733-0962 Augusta 706-798-7777 800-659-3090 Calhoun 706-879-6200 800-827-3072 Columbus 706-562-1801 877-307-6439 Forest Park 404-366-0693 Hoschton 706-654-9850 888-334-9850 Kennesaw 678-354-5533 Macon 478-745-6891 Savannah 912-330-7500 800-827-1405

“THEY JUS ST WORK BETTER! W A TRUSTEED NAME. “At Selge Constrruction, we’re a family business. ss. We’ve a wide range of pprojects, built on a foundation of integrity knowledge and quality q workmanship. Selge hass gained respect throughout the Midwest for the highest quality work built in the safest way possiible. Komatsu builds a quality product that performs as prom mised and helps us get the job done. Th why Komatsu woorks for me!”

Marv Selge ge / Selge Construction, Inc. / Niles, MI M

That’s t s why hy I am K Koma matsu ts komatsuamerica.com

035 © 2019 Komatsu America Corp. All Rights Reserved


Page 38 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Carl Chandler of Diamond Equipment, LaVergne, Tenn., rips it up and operates an HX330L excavator like a professional operator.

Hyundai product specialist/sales trainer Chad Parker provides additional perspective on the locking differential on the HL940 series wheel loader.

Hyundai Hosts Heavy Metal Training HYUNDAI from page 12

(L-R): Hyundai compaction specialist Gordon Plotkin goes over some of the in cab features of a HR110C-9 compactor with Rob Fortier of T B Equipment & Rental, Bangor, Maine, and Paul LaPointe of Chappell Tractor, Brentwood, N.H.

Giving an overview of the cooling package of the Hyundai HL960 wheel loader is Hyundai product manager Ed Harseim.

Lots of dealer participation for the recent Hyundai Heavy Metal Training sessions in north Georgia.

Hyundai’s Juston Thompson provides a full walkaround presentation of the HX 220L excavator with a group of dealer sales reps.


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 39

K eepp it ccom co mingg. T JOB'SS DONE WHHEN YOU SSAY IT IS. THE ®

DOOSAN MACHINES M HELP H YOU WRAP IT UP. Do oosan® ® and the Doosan logo are registered trademarks of Doosan Corp. in the United States and variou us other countries around the world. © 2019 Doosan Infracore North America, LLC. All rights reserved.

Authorized Doosan Dealers

North Carolina ACT Construction Equipm ment 704-323-7934 dealer.doosanequipment.com/Charrlotte

910-254-3525 dealer.doosanequipment.com/Wilm mington

336-397-5000

Synergy equipmentt Bobcat of Daytona Beach

386-274-1002 dealer.doosanequipment.com/Da o ytona-Beach

Bobcat of Fort Mye rs 239-334-4987 dealer.doosanequipment.com/F o ort-Myers

ALABAMA

MISSISSSIPPI

VIRGIINIA

R & M Equipmeent Rentals 205-326-1111

equipmennt incorporated 601-948-3272

ACT Coonstruction Equipment 540-492-4861 92-4861

dealer.doosanequiipment.com/Birmingham

dealer.doosanequipment a .com/Richland

dealer.doo oosanequipment.com/Cloverdale

ARKANSAS

Tennesssee

Alma Tractorr & Equipment 479-632-63000

Bobcat of o Nashville 615-941-44000

dealer.doo doosanequiipment.com/Alma

dealer.doo doosanequipment a .ccom/Nashville

Lift Truck Se rvices 501-568-3330

Contact a your local Doosan a dealer today!

d aller.doo de d sanequipment i t.com/W /Win i ston-Sal S lem

Bobcat of Miami 305-362-6632

FLORIDA

dealer.doosanequipment.com/Mi o ami

Bobcat of Jacksonville 904-288-9181

Bobcat of Orlando 407-273-7383

dealer.doosanequipment.com/Jackson s ville

dealer.doosanequipment.com/O o rlando

LOUISIANA

Coastal Machinery 850-944-2002

Bobcat of Tampa 813-626-3470

Equipment inccorporated 318-674-8824

dealer.doosanequipment.com/Pensacola

dealer.doosanequipment.com/T o Tamp ampa

dealer.doosanequiipment.com/Shreveport

dealer.doosanequiipment.com/Little-Rock

d sanequipment.com doo


Page 40 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

BROOKS SALES, INC. www.brookssales.com 3144 Hwy 74 East • Monroe, NC 28112 704-233-4242

CREEL TRACTOR CO. www.creeltractor.com 3771 Palm Beach Blvd. • Fort Myers, FL 33916 239-694-2185 Fax: 239-694-6059

CROSBY EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. www.crosbyequipimentco.com 1826 South Peterson Ave. • Douglas, GA 31535 915-384-4664

Member of NUCA’s Middle Tennessee chapter were treated to lunch before touring Vulcan Materials Company’s Franklin, Tenn., plant.

NUCA of Middle Tennessee Chapter Members Tour Vulcan Materials Plant The Vulcan Franklin, Tenn., plant hosted a site visit on Nov. 11 for members of the NUCA of Middle Tennessee Chapter Members. Vulcan Materials Company is the nation’s largest producer of construction aggregates — primarily crushed stone, sand and gravel — and a major producer of aggregatesbased construction materials, including asphalt and readymixed concrete. Their coast-to-coast footprint and strategic distribution network align with and serve the nation’s growth centers. In particular, the Vulcan plant in Franklin is a supplier and distributor of construction materials. It offers construction aggregates, including gravel, sand and crushed stone, for use in building bridges, parking lots, roads, airport runways, houses, apartments, schools, commercial buildings and more. Members met and were greeted by Vulcan employees and were given a short safety instruction. After the lunch provided by Vulcan, members toured the plant by bus. This included the underground portion of the plant where attendees got an inside look at how products are made and how the rock is retrieved underground. Company members represented included The Hanover Insurance Group, Sunbelt Rentals, Westfield Group, Diamond Equipment, Bobcat of Nashville, Core & Main, HUB International, Rawso Constructors, Sunbelt Rentals, TN811, Cleary Construction and Southern Site Contractors. The National Utility Contractors Association Inc. (NUCA) of Middle Tennessee is a nonprofit trade association representing more than 40 contractors and affiliated firms in Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky. NUCA of Middle Tennessee represents licensed utility contractors and those affiliated with companies who install and rehabilitate new and existing water, sewer, gas, electrical, telecommunications and other underground utility systems for the public and private sector, including pipe and plant installation. For more information about NUCA of Middle Tennessee, visit www.nucaTN.com. 

RJV KUBOTA www.rjvequipment.com Nashville 140 Charter Place • LaVergne, TN 37086 615-793-7576 Knoxville 3356 Rudy Street • Knoxville, TN 37921 865-970-2840

CENTRAL CAROLINA POWER EQUIPMENT INC. www.ccpenc.com Sanford 4127 Jefferson Davis Hwy • Sanford, NC 27332 919-292-6464

LINDER TURF & TRACTOR A bus full of folks excited to get an inside look at the country’s largest producer of construction aggregates.

www.lindertt.com 250 North Church Street • Burlington, NC 27212 336-792-3412

FRANZ TRACTOR COMPANY www.franztractorco.com 5504 15th Street E • Bradenton, FL 34203 941-755-5722

The tour showcased how Vulcan’s products are made and how the rock is retrieved underground.


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 41

GROWERS EQUIPMENT CO. www.growersequipment.com 2695 Davie Road 4801 NW 77th Avenue Davie, FL 33314 Miami, FL 33166 954-916-1020 305-592-7891

MASON TRACTOR COMPANY www.masontractor.com 395 Industrial Blvd. 1050 Appalachian Hwy McDonough, GA 30253 Blue Ridge, GA 30513 770-957-3370 706-632-3777 2510 Dahlonega Hwy Cummings, GA 30040 770-887-6119

5038 Buford Hwy. Norcross, GA 30071 770-582-0377

RICHARDS TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENTS

COASTAL MACHINERY COMPANY

www.ritrac.com 1995 N.E. 8th St. Homestead, FL 33033 305-247-8711

www.coastalmachinery.com 6701 Mobile Highway • Pensacola, FL 32526 850-944-2002 • 800-476-1130


Page 42 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Mid-South Equipment Co. www.midsouthequipment.com 1609 Church Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 (423) 899-1219


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 43

www.ScottCompanies.com Alexandria, LA 318-448-1647 Shreveport, LA 318-226-9696 Monroe, LA 318-388-9300 Little Rock, AR 501-455-5955

Ft.Smith, AR 479-648-1600 Springdale, AR 479-751-4242 Texarkana, AR 870-772-0204

www.companywrench.com Memphis, TN 901-547-8008 LaVergne, TN 615-793-3888 Jackson, MS 601-373-4600

125 Wilson Mills Rd. Extension Smithfield, NC 27577 855-562-3526 141 Brickyard Rd. Lexington, SC 29072 866-262-4181 803-520-0032

11301 Reames Rd. Charlotte, NC 28269 980-859-4680 6325 Central Avenue Pike Knoxville, TN 37912 865-766-2571

www.gsequipment.net Tampa, FL 866-586-8956 Pompano Beach, FL 954-327-8808 Ft. Myers, FL 239-334-6063

Tallahassee, FL 850-574-0892 Orlando, FL 407-859-9160 Jacksonville, FL 904-268-4400

www.highway-equipment.com 8071 Lee Highway Troutville, VA 24175 540-992-4650


Page 44 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 45

LINK-BELT MID ATLANTIC www.link-beltmidatlantic.com Ashland, VA 866-955-6071 Chesapeake, VA 800-342-3248 Frederick, MD 833-546-5235

HEAVY MACHINES, INC. www.heavymachinesinc.com 3930 East Raines Road Memphis, TN 38118 800-432-8902 2115 N. Thompson Lane Murfreesboro, TN 37129 877-200-5654 5200 Hollywood Ave. Shreveport, LA 71109 800-548-3458 364 Bob Jobe Rd. Gray, TN 37615 855-201-7453

CROSBY EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC.

10110 Roberts Way Covington, GA 30014 770-788-0888

www.crosbyequipmentco.com 1826 South Peterson Avenue Douglas, GA 31535 912-384-4664

7651 Theodore Dawes Rd. Theodore, AL 36582 251-653-5955

5368 Hawkinsville Rd. Macon, GA 31216 478-257-8300

825 31st Street North Birmingham, AL 35203 205-323-6108

MID SOUTH MACHINERY, INC. www.gomidsouth.com 3233 Highway 80 West Jackson, MS 39204 601-948-6740 3145 Cliff Gookin Blvd. Tupelo, MS 38801 662-690-6553 14336 Seaway Road Gulfport, MS 39503 228-867-1555

www.gsequipment.net Tampa, FL 866-586-8956 Pompano Beach, FL 954-327-8808 Ft. Myers, FL 239-334-6063 Tallahassee, FL 850-574-0892 Orlando, FL 407-859-9160 Jacksonville, FL 904-268-4400


Page 46 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE


Pages 47-58

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

KutTech Brings ‘Old School’ Knowledge to Next Generation of Tree Care Technology Rob Frost learned his trade literally from the ground up, but now he feels that he is on the leading edge of tree care technology. Frost’s business, KutTech LLC, is based in the greater Boston area and now serves an expanding region with specialized services in urban forestry and land clearing. Frost’s grandfather led the family into the tree care industry in 1969, following a stint in the Navy, and his father followed suit through the 1980s and ‘90s. Frost started alongside his relatives before he was in his teens. At that time, the Frosts were operating with dump trucks, bucket trucks and cranes, climbing and felling trees providing traditional tree care services for homeowners and businesses. “I literally started at the bottom,” Frost said. “I was dragging branches and learning how to climb when I was about 10 years old. Pretty soon, I was running bucket trucks and cranes and the bigger all-terrain cranes and land clearing equipment. I came up while a lot of the old-school guys were still around. I saw how hard they had to work. As the newer

equipment came around, we were able to appreciate it more.” A “Purpose-Built” Future More recently, another tree care business recruited Frost to operate its newest piece of equipment: a purpose-built Sennebogen 718 tree handler. At that moment, Frost saw his future. “Previously, I was doing a lot of land-clearing and rightof-way work. But I found that I like doing the roadside work and that’s where the 718 came in.” Frost recently purchased a 718 of his own and KutTech has been taking on a steady stream of projects ever since. The 718 is a 21-ton rubber-tired machine with a high-rise Maxcab operator station, equipped with a hydraulic tree saw and grapple attached to its 43 ft. (13 m) telescoping boom. With a lifting capacity of up to 3,700 lbs. (1,700 kg), its powerful hydraulics are fine-tuned for delicate tree surgery while its elevated cab affords the operator an unobstructed view

From the safety of the cab, Rob Frost can stockpile the wood.

into the work zone. The agility of the 718 system makes cuts fast and efficient, while its grapple serves to hold branches, clear the cut wood and stack logs or brush — all while keeping operators a safe distance from any hazard on the job. Tree-Handling Specialist “The first time I saw a 718 working, I could see how it’s so good at its job with the right operator and in the right conditions,” Frost said. “I’m mostly focused on subcontracting. I can meet the needs that are outside the traditional work for most tree care companies. The machine is a good investment for anyone who does heavy projects on a regular basis; but if you don’t, I’m here to take it on for you. The guys that only see one or two of these jobs in a year can still say yes to whatever job comes along — that’s when they call KutTech to come out and get it done. It allows them to be that full-service supplier to their customers that they can count on.” Speed + Versatility = Production According to Frost, it’s the speed of the 718 in a full range of tree care tasks that lets the machine pay its way for both KutTech and his customers. “That’s my favorite part — that’s where the production comes into play. You can be the best operator in the world, but if that machine isn’t engineered and built properly, you’re not going to be getting anywhere.” The time-savings Frost can achieve with the 718 can vary widely, depending on the application, but he estimates that it will complete projects at least five times faster, on average, compared to traditional crews and equipment. On a specific project, the 718 will outpace the old ways by 10 times or even 12 times the speed, he said. “When my father saw how the 718 works, he said, ‘You’ll be finishing jobs in a couple hours that used to take me two days.’” Frost noted that the 718’s fast cycle times are rooted in the

Once the tree is dismantled, Rob Frost is able to cut it up and get it ready to stack.

see KUTTECH page 56


Page 48 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section • Construction Equipment Guide

Visit us at Booth# 213

www.SandScience.com Sales@SandScience.com (843) 525-6140

IEnd of Year Equipment Special!I 2018 Keestrack R3 Closed Circuit Impactor w/ Screen

Live Demo Day

Barford TR8048M

Barford BF7048M

Demo Unit – Very Portable – High Production Great for Concrete & Asphalt Recycling

Roto-Screen 454 Trommel Screen

Call for more details and special price!

Setting The Standard In Static Screening Since 1998 With the largest selection of adjustable bar grizzlys available anywhere

Sennebogen Brings 895 E to North America in 2020

YOU DON’T HAVE TO COMPROMISE Produce Many Products With A Single Grizzly Set the deck bar opening you need and produce the exact material required You don’t have to settle for reducer grates that only allow two sizes, usually too large or too small

• Deck Bar Adjustments In 1” Increments • Safe / Self Cleaning ROCK RELEASE

• New Deck Bar Attachment System • Easy Deck Bar Replacement

Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum

Rock Grizzlys is all we do, contact us anytime to discuss your rock screening needs.

541-383-3700

/

rocktough.com SAMS & DUNNS Listed

/

800-496-3431

Sennebogen has announced plans to deliver the first of its new 895 E Series model to North American customers next year. At an estimated 390 tons and reach of more than 130 ft. (40 m), the 895 E is reputedly the largest material handler ever built. Sennebogen first unveiled the gigantic machine to the public at the firm’s world headquarters in Straubing, Germany, coinciding with the bauma 2019 exposition taking place at nearby Munich. The Sennebogen 895 E comes with the company’s energy recovery system and will be offered in multiple drive versions. Multiple cab configurations also are available to give operators the optimum view of their work environment. The 895 E is powered by a 755 hp (563 kW) diesel motor or optional 670 hp (500 kW) electric drive motor. It’s offered with a choice of three standard undercarriages including a crawler mount, rail mount and even a mobile model running with 14 sets of wheels. With its long reach and a maximum lift capacity of up to 50 tons, the 895 E gives major harbors a new option for loading containers and large steel coils, as well as the usual fare of bulk materials and general cargo. For more information, visit www.sennebogen-na.com.

Sennebogen presented the world’s largest material handler, the 895 E, at bauma in April. During that time, it was on display at the factory premises in Straubing.


Construction Equipment Guide • Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 49


Page 50 â&#x20AC;˘ December 4, 2019 â&#x20AC;˘ www.constructionequipmentguide.com â&#x20AC;˘ Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section â&#x20AC;˘ Construction Equipment Guide

COMPANY WRENCH www.companywrench.com Lakeland, FL 863-937-6829 866-262-4181

BIRTH OF A LEGEND

Charlotte, NC 908-859-4680 Smithfield (Raleigh) NC 919-938-8145 855-562-3526 Lexington (Columbia) SC 803-520-0032 855-562-3526

CONTACT YOUR LOCAL AREA SALES REPRESENTATIVE TO FIND OUT WHY THE LABOUNTY MSD LEGEND SHEARS ARE THE MOST

Knoxville, TN 865-766-2571

PRODUCTIVE SHEARS LABOUNTY HAS EVER MADE

STONE EQUIPMENT CO., INC. www.stoneequipmentco.com Montgomery, AL 334-430-8431 Alabaster (Birmingham), AL 844-786-6373 Villa Rica, GA 678-367-6504

LYLE MACHINERY www.lylemachinery.com Richland (Jackson), MS 601-939-4000 Columbus, MS 662-243-2152 Saucier (Gulfport), MS 228-832-7575 Hattiesburg, MS 601-296-7556

DUAL MAXTM INDEXABLE PROTECTION

10% MORE FORCE

INSITETM EQUIPPED

The industryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s only full-protection, indexable, piercing tip

The new MSD 2500 Legend has enhanced jaw geometry resulting in 10% more cutting force at the apex compared to prior model.

InSiteTM pulls information from LaBounty shears to provide performance metrics that help increase productivity and reduce downtime.

Summit, MS 601-276-5866 Mobile, AL 251-338-2555 Pensacola, FL 850-483-5868 Meridian, MS 601-453-5601 Prattville, AL 334-717-2175

/D%RXQW\Ě?|Ě?+Z\Ě?|Ě?7ZR+DUERUV01Ě?|Ě?|Ě?ZZZVWDQOH\LQIUDVWUXFWXUHFRPEUDQGVODERXQW\


Construction Equipment Guide • Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 51

VISIT THESE SCREEN MACHINE DEALERS

+

Gateway Bobcat www.bobcatofstl.com Tennessee T ennessee

960 Alfred Thun Road Clarksville, TN 931-436-9555 149 Industrial Blvd. LaVeergne, TN (Nashville) 615-941-4000

Heav y Machines, Inc.

=

www.heavymachinesinc.com Georgia, West T Tennessee ennessee 10110 Roberts Waay Covington, GA 770-788-0888 3926 East Raines Road Memphis, TN 901-260-2200

Highway Equipment

www.highway-equipment.com North Carolina, South Carolina, Virgina 305 Executive Park Dr NE Concord, NC 980-781-4510

CRUSHH EVERRY JOBB

8071 Lee Hwy Troutville, VA VA 540-992-4150

Thompson Tractor www.thompsontractor.com Alabama, Florida Panhandle

®

AMERICAN-MADE ADE INNOV VA ATION SINCE 1966 966 800-837-3344

740-927-3464

email@screenmachine.com

Learn more at www.screenmachine.com

2401 Pinson Highway Tarrant, T arrant, AL (Birmingham) 205-841-8601 Also available at all other Thompson locations in Alabama and Florida


Page 52 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section • Construction Equipment Guide

Pre-Screening…

KPI Adds New Option to Its FT4250 Plant Kolberg-Pioneer has added a two-deck, 4 by 7 ft. pre-screen option to its FT4250 mobile impactor plant. The new option allows producers to scalp the feed, crush the material and postscreen all on one unit. By pre-screening the feed, users can maximize their scalping ability and minimize the amount of undersized material passing through the chamber, reducing wear costs and increasing the amount of final product by 30 percent. “Several of our customers are trying to produce products that have a significant amount of fines in the feed material. The pre-screen allows producers to remove those fines while also minimizing the amount of rejected in-spec product,” Tim Harms, crushing and screening product manager at Kolberg-Pioneer, said. For more information, call 605/668-2680 or visit www.kpijci.com. 

By pre-screening the feed, users can maximize their scalping ability and minimize the amount of undersized material passing through the chamber, reducing wear costs and increasing the amount of final product by 30 percent.

Private Equity Firm Agrees to Sell Morbark to Alamo Group Stellex Capital Management, a middle market private equity firm, announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell Morbark LLC, a manufacturer of high-performance equipment and after-market parts for the forestry, recycling, tree care, sawmill, land clearing and biomass markets to Alamo Group for $352 million. The sale includes all assets and operations of Morbark and its affiliate brands. Founded in 1957 and based in Winn, Mich., Morbark and its affiliate brands, Rayco, DENIS CIMAF and Boxer Equipment, produce a full line of brush chippers, stump cutters, mini-skid steers, forestry mulchers, aerial trimmers, whole tree and biomass chippers, flails, horizontal and tub grinders, sawmill equipment, material handling systems, and mulcher head attachments for excavators, backhoes and skid steers. “Together with Stellex, Morbark has achieved our strategic vision by greatly enhancing operations and implementing lean initiatives and best-in-class manufacturing practices that have resulted in new and improved redesigns, significant reductions in lead times, and improved delivery performance,” said Dave Herr, chief executive officer of Morbark. “We are grateful for our

“We will have a significant opportunity to leverage Alamo’s international presence to expand our sales and sourcing capabilities.” Dave Herr Morbark

time with Stellex and look forward to the next chapter as part of Alamo, an ideal suitor given its operating philosophy that will allow us to maintain our brands, operations, and successful momentum while further enhancing various operational synergies and accelerating international growth.” Since Stellex’s acquisition of Morbark in 2016, the company has successfully com-

pleted two acquisitions to expand its product offerings and geographic presence. In October 2017, Morbark acquired Rayco Manufacturing, a Wooster, Ohio, based manufacturer of stump cutters, crawler trucks, forestry mulchers, multi-tool carriers, and aerial trimmers. In December 2018, Morbark acquired DENIS CIMAF, a Roxton Falls, Quebec, based manufacturer

“We are grateful for our time with Stellex and look forward to the next chapter as part of Alamo …” Dave Herr Morbark

of industrial brushcutters and mulcher heads. With these acquisitions and other strategic improvements, Morbark has increased its headcount by more than 200 employees and revenue has nearly doubled. The acquisition, which is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2019, is subject to a number of conditions, including the receipt of regulatory approvals and other pre-closing requirements. Upon completion of the transaction, Morbark will become part of Alamo’s industrial division. Herr will continue in his role as Morbark CEO, and Morbark’s day-to-day operations will remain unchanged. “This move provides numerous benefits for Morbark,” said Herr. “Employees, customers and dealers will notice no significant changes in their day-to-day work. Being part of a publicly traded company provides longterm stability so we can continue our investments in equipment and products to promote continued growth. All of our brands have an excellent reputation in the industry and will be maintained with no changes. We will have a significant opportunity to leverage Alamo’s international presence to expand our sales and sourcing capabilities.” For more information about Morbark, visit www.morbark.com. 


Construction Equipment Guide • Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 53

A WIRTGEN GROUP COMPANY A

THE EVOLUTION OF INNOVA VATION. T THE EVO-LINE FROM KLE EEMANN

EVO IT’S ALL ABOUT EVOLUTION. The demands placed on plant s in the contrac ting sec tor are high: maximum output matched with cos tef fec tive operation – and all for the mos t diverse applications. This is exac tly what dis tinguishes KLEEMANN E VO -Line plant s. Thanks to highly innovative solutions, such as an advanced material flow concept, continuous feed sys tem, out s tanding safet y concept s and many more, KLEEMANN’sE VO -Line mobile jaw crushers, impac t crushers and cone crushers deliver a solid plus in per formance, ef ficienc y and versatilit y. Progress calls for real innovation – the KLEEMANN E VO -Line. w w w.wir tgen- group.com//a america

WIR RT TGEN AMERICA, INC. · 6030 Dana Way · Antioch, TN 37013 · T Telephone: elephone: 615-501-0600

Florida, North & South Carolina 1-888-LINDER8 www.linder.com www.facebook.com/ linderindustrialmachinery

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT COMPANY

Alabama, Florida (Panhandle) & Georgia 205-591-2131 www.tec1943.com

Kentucky, Indiana & Tennessee 877-538-3221 www.bramcomps.com


Page 54 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section • Construction Equipment Guide

Terex Finlay, Kimball Equipment Company Host Open Day in Las Vegas

T

erex Finlay, in conjunction with Kimball Equipment Company, hosted a successful Open Day event Nov. 14 and 15 in Las Vegas. Onsite equipment demonstrations were held at the Durango Pit, courtesy of Las Vegas Paving. The two-day event featured a dealer conference and onsite demonstrations with a range of Terex crushing and screening solutions. Customers and visitors were able to experience live demonstrations of 13 Terex Finlay machines working in aggregate and recycling applications: • Terex Finlay I-120RS impact crusher • Terex Finlay J-1170 compact jaw crusher. • Terex Finlay C-1540P tracked mobile cone crusher • Terex Finlay 684 3 deck screener • Terex Finlay J-1160 primary mobile jaw crusher • Terex Finlay I-140 mobile impact crusher

• Terex Finlay 883+ scalping screen • Terex Finlay 694+ inclined screen • Terex Finlay J-960 is a compact track jaw crusher Four new Terex Finlay machines also were showcased at the event: • TC-100 conveyor • TR-75 radial conveyor • TF-75L low-level feeder • TF-75H high-level feeder Presentations also included the new Terex OMNI system, a real-time tablet-based system to improve jobsite safety and efficiency and the T-Link fleet management system, a remote monitoring and fleet management system standard on their crushers and screeners. For more information, visit terex.com and kimballequipment.com.  CEG

LARGE & SMALL EQUIPMENT DEALERS (The Beast, Whole Tree Chippers, Sawmill / Chipmill Chippers, Track Carriers, Brush Chippers, Stump Grinders, Skid Steer Attachments)

Bobcat of Clarksville www.bobcatofstl.com 960 Alfred Thun Road Clarksville, TN 37040 931-436-9555

Bobcat of Nashville 149 Industrial Blvd La Vergne, TN 37086 615-941-4000

SMALL EQUIPMENT DEALERS (Brush Chippers, Stump Grinders, Skid Steer Attachments)

Atlantic Coastal Equipment, LLC www.acesalesandrentals.com 922 Longwood Drive Richmond Hill, GA 31324 912-459-1155

Attendees gather to watch a demonstration of the Terex Finlay aggregate machines in action. Terex Finlay, in conjunction with Kimball Equipment Company, hosted a successful Open Day event Nov. 14 and 15 in Las Vegas.

Mason Tractor Company www.masontractor.com 5038 Buford Hwy. Norcross, GA 30071 770-582-0377

Not only is Scott Asay the grill master and owner of High Country Barbeque, he also is the head mechanic for the Las Vegas branch of Kimball Equipment.

(L-R): Tom Uphoff, Kimball Equipment branch manager, Arizona. and Corona, Calif., is joined by Cy Yearman, Kimball Equipment branch manager, Reno, Nev;, Mark Trainor, regional sales manager, Terex Finlay; Mark Oviatt, president, Kimball Equipment; Nick Jordan, Kimball Equipment branch manager, Sacramento, Calif.; and Kurt Rainbolt, Kimball Equipment, Las Vegas.

One of the highlights of the day included a fully working demonstration of the Terex Finlay I-140 impact crusher, Terex Finlay 883+ screener and the TR-75 conveyor.

The Terex Finlay team gears up for the demo of this I-120RS impact crusher.

Blue Ridge, GA 706-632-3777 Cumming, GA 770-887-6119 McDonough, GA 770-957-3370


Construction Equipment Guide • Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 55

6750 Millbrook Rd. • Remus, MI 49340 • 1-800-952-0178 FIND US ONLINE WWW.BANDITCHIPPERS.COM .

Bandit Buuilds More Thaan Machines. Machines .. Bandit Industries has based b its reputaation on a simplee truth – build them strong and stand behind our customers. And thaat’s what we’ve done ever very stepp of the wayy. Every Banndit® machine uses the highhest quality steel and is construucted by specialized teams to sttand up to the toughest jobs. Tha T at’s why more professionals trust a Bandit for their toughest jobs. And every machine is backked by unbeatable factory suppport and an extensive dealer network. twork. When it comes to yourr business, Bandit Industries dooesn’t just build machines. See how Bandit can build your bottom line. Contact your local authorized Bandit dealer today or visit www.banditchippers.ccom to learn more!

LARGE EQUIPMENT DEALERS (The Beast, Whole Tree Chippers, Sawmill / Chipmill Chippers, Track Carriers)

www.yanceybros.com

Yancey Bros. Co. Georgia Locations Austell • 800-282-1562 Albany • 800-768-2892 Augusta • 800-446-5131 Bloomingdale • 800-482-1144 Brunswick • 800-299-5010 Calhoun • 800-752-9804 Columbus • 800-633-5240

Dacula • 800-545-2945 Macon • 800-633-5180 McDonough • 888-926-2392 Savannah • 800-755-8382 Statesboro • 888-764-6506 Valdosta • 800-755-6841 Washington • 888-678-3211 Waycross • 888-948-2443


Page 56 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section • Construction Equipment Guide

Sennebogen’s 718 Greatly Helps KutTech Increase Productivity

5064 FE ATURES ‡)HDWXUHVDQHQFORVHGHQJLQHFRPSDU WPHQW ‡/DUJHIHHGRSHQLQJDQG LQFKKDPPHUPLOO ZLWKDVHOI FOHDQLQJDLULQWDNHV\VWHP ‡2VFLOODWLQJVWDFNLQJFRQYH\RU ‡$YDLODEOHRQ&$77UDFN6\VWHPRUDVD ‡$OVRPDQXIDFWXUHVDZLGHYDULHW \RITXDOLW \ ¿I WKZKHHOWUDLOHU W X E J U L Q G H U V ‡7KUHHGLI IHUHQWOHYHORSWLRQVRI&$77LHU,,, KRUVHSRZHUUDQJLQJIURPKS  N Z WR KS N Z

action

cts in View produ Tech D e on th ura l! channe

TC-12 FE ATURES ‡7KLVSRZHU IXOFKLSSHUFDQJULQGORJVXSWR LQFKHVLQGLDPHWHUDQGLVFRPSDFWVRLW FDQEHHDVLO\WRZHGWRDMREVLWH ‡KS N Z &$7& GLHVHOHQJLQH ‡377HFKFOXWFK ‡)HDWXUHVDVSULQJORDGHGIHHGZKHHOZLWK DGMXVWDEOHGRZQSUHVVXUH

‡2SWLRQDOKHLJKWVHQVRUWKDWDXWRPDWLFDOO\ DGMXVWVWKHIHHGUROOHUWRPDWHULDOVL]H ‡2SWLRQDOK\GUDXOLFJDWKHULQJZLQFK ‡,QQRYDWLYHKRSSHUVDIHW \OLJKWEDUVZLWK HDV\DQGLQVWDQWVKXWGRZQ ‡$YDLODEOHZLWKSLQWOHRUEDOOKLWFK

Environmental Products Group www.myepg.com 2525 Clarcona Road Apopka, FL 32703 407-798-0004

4410 Wendell Dr. SW Atlanta, GA 30336 404-693-9700

w w w.duratechindustries.net

Working close to power lines is not an issue for KutTech. The reach and adaptability of his 718 allows him to work around power lines and control the tree limbs while being cut. KUTTECH from page 47

engineering of Sennebogen’s line of material handlers. “It’s made for lifting and loading, from ground to sky or sky to ground, whether it’s unloading barges or filling rail cars. That’s where it gets its speed. It’s the same basic motions when it’s dismantling trees, putting branches into piles or loading logs and brush.” That versatility of the 718 also is an important part the machine’s effectiveness, he said. “You can get a certain piece of equipment that will cut the trees, but can’t move them; or get one that can load the wood but not cut it. The 718 is good on both ends.” With one piece of equipment, users can cut and place the wood then, once it’s on the ground, they can stack it or process it out: cut the logs to size, pile the brush, feed it to a chipper or load it into trucks, all without leaving the cab. Out of Harm’s Way Frost has refined his skills with the 718 to a point that even Sennebogen calls on him periodically to run the machine at its demonstration events. There, the Sennebogen team is eager to highlight the safety advantages of the 718. It’s a feature that Frost appreciates every day on the job. “People often get hurt in this job because of mistakes made by inexperienced and even experienced guys who put themselves in bad situations, sometimes without even realizing it. If you can keep those guys out of harm’s way, that’s the most important part. The less people around, the safer it is. “With the 718, I can do so much with the machine myself, I’m not being distracted by what the guy beside me might be doing,

whether he’s in a blind spot, or under the tree where I can’t see him. I’m just thinking about what the machine’s doing and what the tree’s doing. The cab’s camera system gives me almost a 360 degree view. Sennebogen definitely did the right thing putting those cameras on as standard for the sides and back. It does help out.” He said the new enlarged Maxcab with E Series Sennebogen equipment is a good step forward too. “They made some great improvements to the E Series cab, with more space and comfort features. I’m a bigger guy, 6 ft. 1 in., and I have plenty of legroom. I get a comfortable suspension chair to work in all day, Bluetooth and AM/FM radio. This is my office space and it works.” Unique Work With a Unique Machine While Frost is impressed with the 718’s capabilities, he still values the knowledge and skills he developed as a third-generation tree care professional. “I’ve known good operators that have run heavy equipment for 30 years, but they want no part of this job,” he said. “You need the tree handling background. Working with trees is very unique. Every tree is different and its branches are different throughout the tree. You need to know what this tree is going to do, how it’s going to turn, while you deal with different variables, different species and different weights; high voltage power lines, and operating over houses or over traffic. This 718 is a very special machine in the right hands. But your knowledge of trees is equally important.” For more information visit www.sennebogen-na.com. 


Construction Equipment Guide • Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 57

THE RIGHT MOBILE EQUIPMENT FOR YOUR OPERATION.

Designed with Maintenance in Mind Your ability to efficiently process materials on site depends on reliable equipment. KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens design and manufacture a wide selection of mobile crushers, screens and conveyors designed with simplicity for easy operation and maintenance to keep you up and running. For unmatched customer support, our dedicated experts and distribution network will help you find a solution that fits your needs. Learn more at kpijci.com/track-mount

Stone Equipment Company, Inc. 210 West Blvd. Montgomery, AL 36108 844-786-6373

155 Liberty Rd. 1797-A Fulton Spring Rd. Villa Rica, GA 30180 Alabaster, AL 35007 844-786-6373 844-786-6373 www.stoneequipmentco.com

Highway Equipment Company 305 Executive Park Drive, Concord, NC 28025 980-781-4510 www.highway-equipment.com


Page 58 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section • Construction Equipment Guide

Leadiing the Way

in the USA

YEARS North America N

THE NEXT T LEVEL RUBBLE MASTER ha as been the market leader forr mobile Compact Crushers in n the USA and Canada for 20 yearss. RUBBLE MASTER mobile crrushers deliver the best performance in their class without sacrific cing mobility. Maneuverability, transportability, easy & safe to operate – that ’s our main focus! Are you ready for the production duction without the hassle?

J i the Join th RU RUBBLE UBBLE MASTER Succes S s St Story!!

FREE CRUSHING G 101 PANEL DISCUS SSION SCAN THE QR CODE OR VISIT RUBB BLEMASTER.COM TO LEARN RN MORE


SECTION

Attachments Pages 59-62

For more information about these attachments and more, visit our Attachments Section on our Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com

Kinshofer’s HPXdrive Delivers Full, Constant Closing Force Kinshofer has introduced the closed. The constant closing force low-maintenance HPXdrive sys- ensures optimal strength and powtem, which forms a new generation erful penetration even in tough soil of grab technology with greater or while handling heavy material. performance and longevity. Operators also will experience Historically, the open and close improved gripping capabilities and functions of attachments were precise positioning due to the high achieved by using hydraulic cylin- constant closing force. ders. However, this technology, Additionally, all moving parts in which has been tested and proven the HPXdrive continually run reliable by Kinshofer customers through a self-lubrication oil bath. worldwide, features two shafts This leads to a long service life which run opposed and have a with very little wear and tear and helix thread. It is hydraulically required maintenance, resulting in driven by a single piston. a minimum 50 percent longer lifeThis design gives the HPXdrive cycle compared to conventional a longer lifecycle and allows it to hydraulic attachments, according deliver full and constant closing to the manufacturer. force throughout the entire open Kinshofer achieves the and close cycle. The HPXdrive HPXdrive’s compact design and system is compatible with low overall height by building it Kinshofer’s multi-purpose grap- with a fully enclosed system with ple, demolition and sorting grap- no protruding parts, such as cylinple, clamshell bucket, timber or ders and short hoses — which also rock grapple, NOX-Tiltrotator, and reduces the risk of damage. The also for special attachments like compact unit is resistant to dirt, the forceps grapple. blows and uprising material. The “As a company, we are always engineering new ways to improve productivity and profit potential for our customers. That effort is clear with this new technology,” said Francois Martin, Kinshofer North America general manager. “The HPXdrive achieves high and constant closing force during the entire cycle, allowing contractors to complete jobs faster. In addition, the tool is almost maintenance free, making it extremely cost effective.” The HPXdrive system delivers full closing force from the beginning of the The HPXdrive system is compatible with process, when the shells Kinshofer’s multi-purpose grapple, demolition are in the open position, to and sorting grapple, clamshell bucket, timber the end, when shells are or rock grapple and with the NOX-Tiltrotator.

The HPXdrive system delivers full and constant closing force from the beginning of the process, when the shells are in the open position, to the end, when shells are closed.

internal oil feed-through eliminates external hose connections, protecting the drive unit against leaks or hose ruptures. Contractors also can use the system for underwater applications due to its waterproof design that features no greasing points or short hoses, with no loss of oil for contaminate-free working. Operators using just one drive unit can change from one application to another within minutes. The new integrated shell exchange system makes replacing

shells fast and easy. By simply loosening eight retaining bolts, contractors can switch to the most effective tool for the task at hand. Kinshofer offers different types of shells for various applications. Due to the wide range of standard or custom-built shells, there is no need for time- and cost-intensive changes between different carrier machines, or additional manpower. The HPXdrive system provides a solution for various applications including construction, loading and unloading, recycling, raw material extraction, maintenance and refurbishment. By combining the extremely low-maintenance HPXdrive with fast and easy shell

exchange, contractors not only reduce downtime, but also the amount of time required for each job. New to the HPXdrive range is the large C40HPX re-handling clamshell, for excavators up to 40ton operating weight. This has been working successfully for some time within Dutch ports, proving many reliability, flexibility and eco-friendly benefits. Kinshofer’s aim is to continue developing the range, responding to customer need and listening to feedback at all times. For more information, call 800/268-9525 or visit www.kinshofer.com. 


Page 60 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Attachment & Parts Section • Construction Equipment Guide

All Makes Undercarriage Parts Also Carry Bucket Teeth and Cutting Edges Caterpillar® John Deere® Komatsu® Case® Hitachi® Liebherr® Volvo® Kobelco® Kubota® Bobcat® Takeuchi®

Call For a

FREE ESTIMATE!

Tractor Tracs Inc. Undercarriage Specialists 5505 Caterpillar Drive, Apex, NC 27539

919-387-1050 • 888-526-9740 • www.tractortracs.com


Construction Equipment Guide • Attachment & Parts Section • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 61

THIS MONTH’S SPECIALS 2082500022 - Two turntable bearings for a Komatsu PC400-3. Avon# 2055B3................................................................................$7,175 Each 2072500022 - Two turntable bearings for a Komatsu PC300-3. Avon# 1555B3................................................................................$4,475 Each 2052500021 - Two turntable bearings for a Komatsu PC200-3. Avon# 1148B4................................................................................$3,450 Each 24100N418F1 - One turntable bearing for a Kobelco 909. Avon# 1551B9................................................................................................ $2,075 21400N3354F2P1 - One turntable bearing for a Kobelco 907C or K907C. Avon# 1447B2...................................................................... $4,850 KBB0282 / D28001 - One Link-Belt turntable bearing for a LS3400C. Avon# 1249B5.............................................................................. $3,950 TH103075 - One John Deere turntable bearing for model 792. Avon# 1556B8........................................................................................ $3,500 TH108810 or AT190766 - One John Deere turntable bearing model 490D and 495D. Avon# 1143B9.................................................... $1,100

Mobro Marine Sells CRANE PARTS You will find the parts you need at MOBRO Marine, Inc. We purchase in bulk directly from the manufacturers to maintain our large inventory. We also have a large inventory of long-lead time parts for cranes that can’t be found anywhere else. Not only does this mean we have the part you need in stock, it also saves you money. Because we buy in volume, we can buy for less and pass the savings on to you. Our large inventory keeps construction equipment performing at optimum levels. We offer same-day shipping on most parts - you’ll experience minimal downtime. We are a full-service company. We not only supply parts, but we also service and repair construction equipment and cranes of any type.

We sell high quality genuine OEM parts from the following manufacturers: • Terex • American • Bucyrus-Erie • P&H • Kobelco • Koehring • Lorain • Northwest Crane

MOBRO MARINE, INC. Please Contact Billy Harper or Tony Cruz at 904-733-1822 Hablamos Español

www.mobromarine.com/parts/php


Page 62 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Attachment & Parts Section • Construction Equipment Guide

Can Your

Mini-Excavator... Quick Change from Excavator...

Do This? To Rigid Boom, Universal Skid-Steer Tool Carrier!

It Can Now! XBoom Coupler® System

(800) 526-8538 Amulet.com

Available for most late-model brands up to 13K-Lbs

The XBoom Coupler® is an Exclusive, Patented product. XBoom Coupler® is a Registered Trade Mark and all product name(s), logo(s) and content is Copyright Protected © 2018.

USED D PAR A TS T FROM THO OMPSON MACHINERY Used Caterpillar® parts from Thompson offer a greatt value for replacing or repairing industrial heavy machinery. And because the part is made by Caterpillarr,, you’ll know w you’re getting a reliable product that won won’t let you doown when you need it most. most

• Used Parts and Attachments Cat cabs, OROPS, bucketss, more • Used, Rebuilt, and Exchange Components Final drive paarts, pumps, differentials, more If we don’t have your part in stock, we can locate it with w our nationwide Parts Locator • Network. We also buy used and salvage equipment.

Call us at 615.259.5820

Check out our inventory online at www.TMCat.com/up

THOMPSON MACHINERY Y

E-mail us at usedparts@TMCat.com

EVEN TEXTERS AND DRIVERS HATE TEXTERS AND DRIVERS. STOPTEXTSSTOPWRECKS.ORG


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 63

GREAT HOLIDAY GIFTS! Caterpillar 963K Track Loader, 1:50 scale - $85

Caterpillar 323F Excavator with thumb, 1:50 scale - $90

Caterpillar 340D L Excavator, 1:50 scale - $90

All New in Box

Bucyrus Erie 22B Dragline, 1:50 scale.................................... $285 International TD-25 Dozer, 1:25 scale...................................... $200

Liebherr R914 Excavator, 1:50 scale.......................................... $60 Liebherr L522 Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale....................................$60 Caterpillar 12G Motor Grader, 1:50 scale.................................. $60

International TD-25 Dozer, White Demo, 1:25 scale.............. $200 P&H Omega Rough Terrain Crane, 1:50 scale...................... $175

Case Stieger 485HD Dual Wheeled Tractor, 1:50 scale........ $50

CALL Toll Free

Terex 72-71 Wheel Loader, GMC Green, 1:43 scale.............. $175

White GMC Aero ES Tractor/Trailer, 1:53 scale...................... $50

800-523-2200

Demag H185 Blue/White Shovel, 1:50 scale.......................... $150

Kawasaki 90Z IV Wheel Loader, 1:48 scale.............................. $50 Caterpillar V-50D Lift Truck, 1:25 scale.................................... $50

Bantam Lattice Crane on White WC22 Carrier, 1:50 scale.. $150

Komatsu WA350 Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale.............................. $50

Vogel Super 1900-3 Tracked Paver, 1:50 scale......................$150 International TD-24 red Crawler Tractor w/Blade, 1:25 scale$130 Allis Chalmers HD-3 Dozer, 1:16 scale.................................... $130 Caterpillar AP-1050 Asphalt Paver, 1:50 scale........................$125 Terex 33-07 Off Highway Truck, GMC green, 1:40 scale...... $125 Kenworth T880 with Tri-Axle Trailer, Black & Silver, 1:50 scale.... ........................................................................................................ $120 Kenworth T880 with Tri-axle Trailer, Red&Red, 1:50 scale.. $120 Caterpillar D7E Track-Type Tractor, pipeline configuration, 1:50 Scale.............................................................................................. $115 Mack Granite Dump Truck, black, 1:50 scale..........................$115 Caterpillar 245 Excavator, 1:50 scale........................................$115

Caterpillar 416 Backhoe/ Loader, 1:32 scale - $70

Caterpillar 340D L Excavator, 1:50 scale.................................. $90 Komatsu WA500-7 Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale.......................... $85 Case 580K Backhoe/Loader, 1:35 scale.................................... $80 Caterpillar 988B Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale................................$80 Caterpillar 438C Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 scale.......................... $80 Caterpillar D5K2 LGP Track Type Tractor, 1:50 scale............ $80 JCB 430 Articulated Wheel Loader, 1:35 scale........................ $80 Caterpillar D8L Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 scale........................ $80 Terex TLB 890 Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 scale.............................. $80 Caterpillar D10 Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 scale........................ $80 Volvo L35G Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale........................................$80 Caterpillar 769C Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 scale...................... $80

Volvo BM L160 Wheel Loader on Tractor Trailer, 1:50 Scale $50 John Deere 744H Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale..............................$45 Caterpillar D350D Articulated Dump Truck, 1:50 scale.......... $45 Case 621D Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale........................................ $45 Case 621B Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale........................................ $45 Bobcat X325 Compact Excavator, 1:25 scale.......................... $45 John Deere 400D Articulated Dump Truck, 1:50 scale.......... $45 Caterpillar 906 Compact Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale................ $45 Case CX210 Excavator, 1:50 scale..............................................$45 Case 1850K Dozer, 1:50 scale......................................................$45 Caterpillar 623G Paddle Scraper, 1:50 scale............................ $45

Wacker Neuson ST45 Compact Track Loader, 1:32 scale.. $115

JCB 3Cx Backhoe/Loader, 1:35 scale........................................ $80

John Deere 650J Dozer, 1:50 scale............................................ $45

Peterbilt 367 black/red Dump Truck, 1:50 scale.................... $115

Caterpillar 950K Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale................................$75

Volvo L35B Compact Loader, 1:50 scale.................................. $45

Terex TR60 White Off-Highway Dump Truck, 1:50 scale......$100

Volvo L60H Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale........................................ $75

Volvo EC280 Excavator, 1:50 scale............................................ $45

Allis Chalmers Forty Five Motor Grader, 1:50 scale..............$100

Terex 2566C Articulated Dump Truck, 1:50 scale.................... $75

Faun-Frisch F85A Motor Grader, 1:50 scale............................ $45

Caterpillar 323F Excavator w/thumb, 1:50 scale......................$90

Caterpillar 416 Backhoe/Loader, 1:32 scale..............................$70

John Deere 850C Series II Dozer, 1:50 scale.......................... $45

JCB 540-200 Loadall Telehandler, 1:50 scale............................$90

Case 850C Angle/Tilt Dozer, 1:35 scale......................................$60

Caterpillar D10N Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 scale...................... $45

Wacker Neuson ET20 Compact Excavator, 1:32 scale.......... $90

Case 850 Angle Tilt Dozer, 1:35 scale........................................ $60

O&K L30 Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale.......................................... $45

JCB 467 Articulated Front End Loader, 1:50 scale..................$90

Liebherr L531 Wheel Loader, 1:50 scale....................................$60

Caterpillar/Holt 1928 2-Ton Tractor, 1:16 scale........................ $45

Collections Wanted, I Buy Collections

Shipping and Handling Included

CEG Scale Models

Contact – Barry McKeon

470 Maryland Drive Fort Washington, PA 19034

800-523-2200 • 610-506-5961 Cell Email – bmckeon@cegltd.com

Visit our Ebay Store – bmckeon collectibles – for a complete list with pictures.


Trucks & Trailers

SECTION

Pages 64-66

To view our current comparison trailer specification charts visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com

Customers Participate in Run on Less Regional Initiative

Louis Scaruffi of C&S Wholesale Grocers (L) and Travis Lauer of Ploger Transportation participated in the Run on Less Regional initiative in Volvo VNR models, showcasing superior fuel efficiency in regional-haul applications.

C&S Wholesale Grocers, a large wholesale grocery distributor, and Ploger Transportation, a leading regional carrier based in Norwalk, Ohio, participated in the 2019 Run on Less Regional initiative driving Volvo VNRs. The initiative culminated at the North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) show. The roadshow included 10 regional-haul fleets from across the industry seeking to demonstrate how increased fuel economy and transport efficiency is achievable in the regional-haul segment. The professional drivers were measured in real-time along their routes by a number of factors including miles traveled, fuel consumed, elevation changes, environmental factors, pickups and deliveries, vehicle speed and more. “We selected the fleets for the 2019 Run on Less Regional initiative based on their history of efficiency and use of technology. We worked with them on routes, payload, and other considerations that represent the nature of regional hauling,” said Mike Roeth, executive director, North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE). “The results from this year’s program can be used to educate the industry with real-world data, enabling other regional-haul companies and their drivers to increase efficiency and ultimately be more profitable.”

The Run on Less Regional initiative featured a diverse group of carriers from across the country, driving truck models from various OEMs, tailored for their specific applications. C&S Wholesale Grocers driver Louis Scaruffi ran out-and-back deliveries to grocery stores across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida in a 2019 Volvo VNR 300 day cab with a Volvo D13 engine and 6x4 configuration. Ploger Transportation driver Travis Lauer ran similar routes, making out-and-back deliveries to various stores from Norwalk, Ohio, to Dunkirk, N.Y., with additional stops in Michigan in a 2018 Volvo VNR 640 sleeper with a Volvo D11 engine and a 6x2 adaptive loading configuration. Scaruffi has driven more than three million miles during his 42 years as a professional driver, spending 38 of those years with C&S. The veteran driver is fuel-efficiency conscious, using his long-term experiences on the road to efficiently navigate traffic and make calculated and proactive decisions on braking and accelerating. His driving skills, combined with the aerodynamic design of the Volvo VNR, active cruise control (ACC) and 12-speed Volvo IShift transmission enables him to maximize efficiency. Scaruffi’s 2019 Volvo VNR 300

also features a roof fairing, trailer skirts, fuel tank skirts, cab side extenders and a FlowBelow Tractor AeroKit for improved aerodynamics and fuel economy. “C&S continuously evaluates our assets to determine how to add the most value to our operations, considering truck performance, efficiency, driver feedback and many other factors,” said Chris Trajkovski, vice president, Transportation, Fleet Maintenance & Assets, Safety & Compliance at C&S Wholesale Grocers, which runs a fleet of approximately 85 percent Volvo trucks. “Data and feedback from Louis and other drivers, and the results of the Run on Less Regional initiative show Volvo trucks provide the ideal balance of performance and efficiency, using an appropriate amount of torque while optimizing for fuel economy.” Ploger driver Lauer, who started driving professionally at age 18 for the U.S. Army, has four years of experience driving heavyduty trucks and has proven himself to be a savvy driver, utilizing technologies available in Volvo trucks such as the 12-speed Volvo IShift transmission with Eco-Roll and ACC to maximize fuel efficiency. Lauer’s 2018 Volvo VNR 640 also features an automatic tire inflation system and PedalCoach MPG tool, which presents visual cues to optimize driving for improved efficiency. These fac-

tors, in addition to the Volvo D11 engine and 6x2 adaptive loading configuration, combine to optimize fuel economy on every run. “It’s hard to train people to drive as well as Travis does, but Volvo trucks make it easier for any driver to run more efficiently,” said Shane Sattler, fleet maintenance manager, Ploger Transportation. “The trucks are already efficient before we put anyone in the driver’s seat, but when you have someone as skilled as Travis behind the wheel, it improves efficiency even more and ultimately reduces overhead costs for our company.” “Volvo Trucks is thrilled to have our long-time customers C&S Wholesale Grocers and Ploger Transportation participate in the Run on Less Regional event in our regional Volvo VNR models,” said Peter Voorhoeve, president of Volvo Trucks North America. “Both fleets have an excellent reputation for innovation, utilizing the latest available technologies, and their participation in this initiative is a testament to their commitment to furthering the best driving practices and efficiency. Additionally, the Run on Less Regional initiative highlights safe and experienced drivers, and with the reduced fuel usage, increases the sustainability efforts of our customers and positively impacts the environment.” 


Construction Equipment Guide â&#x20AC;¢ Truck & Trailer Section â&#x20AC;¢ www.constructionequipmentguide.com â&#x20AC;¢ December 4, 2019 â&#x20AC;¢ Page 65

Does your urr trailer live up to its name?

RING POWER CORP.

7RZPDVWHUWUDLOHUVDUHEXLOWXVLQJ KLJKJUDGHVWHHOQDPHEUDQG FRPSRQHQWVDQG$PHULFDQ KDUGZRRGV:HZRQɹWFXWFRUQHUV WRVDYHDEXFNZHEXLOGLWWRXJKVR RXFDQPDNHRQH2XUWUDLOHUVVWDUW XWWRXJKDQGVWD\WRXJKVRWKH\ DQVDIHO\KDXO\RXUHTXLSPHQWGD\ IIWWHUGD\\\HDUDIIWWHU\HDUU

T TRO

500 World Commerce Parkway St. Augustine, FL 32092 904-494-7631 www.ringpower.com Brooksville 352-797-9500 Daytona Beach 386-947-4939

Learn more: towmasterr.com/more .com/more

Jacksonville 904-714-3517 Lake City 386-755-3997

2  U X  HF YH  RG VD EX RQ  RU  P  VX VLRQ  ZK KLW  NZRR  NIW YHUWDLO GWZR

Lakeland 863-606-0512

Palm Bay 321-725-6420 Sarasota 941-359-6050

'2:1/2$' 285$33

 

6HDUFKɻ7 7R RZPDVWHUɼ

SV

7LOW'HFN +\GUDXOLF7DL +\

AM ERICA Aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BEST BUI L LT T TRAILERS S FOR P ROFES R SIONA L HA ULERS

R

025(02'(/6Ê&#x20AC;025(237,216Ê&#x20AC;025(&+2,&(6

Call 800 0-462-451 462 451 17WRʳQG\RXUQHDUHVWGHDOHU RUvisit one of these:

YANCEY BROS. CO.

Tallahassee 850-514-1958 Tampa 813-671-3200

  F QV LVWIW GHUVW

'UR  HF

Ocala 352-620-0660 Orlando 407-856-4851

  VSULQJ

www.yanceybros.com 330 Lee Industrial Blvd. Austell, GA 30168 800-282-1562

Albany 800-768-2892

Calhoun 800-752-9804

Dacula 800-545-2945

Macon 800-633-5180

Savannah 800-755-8382

Valdosta 800-755-6841

Augusta 800-446-5131

Columbus 800-633-5240

Kennesaw 844-962-7368

McDonough 855-901-0100

Statesboro 888-764-6506

Washington 888-678-3211

Utility Equipment Service, Inc. www.1ues.com 4584 Tom Lunn Road Spring Hill, TN 37174 931-489-0900

Smyrna Truck www.smyrnatruck.com 2158 Atlanta Road 3860 Social Circle Parkway Smyrna, GA 30080 Social Circle, GA 30025 855-269-5347 855-269-5347

Waycross 888-948-2443

Acme Truck Body email: floridatrucks@hotmail.com 885 US Highway 1 Vero Beach, FL 32960 201-401-7733


Page 66 â&#x20AC;˘ December 4, 2019 â&#x20AC;˘ www.constructionequipmentguide.com â&#x20AC;˘ Truck & Trailer Section â&#x20AC;˘ Construction Equipment Guide

Kenworth W990 Begins Transport of U.S. Capitol Tree The 55th U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a 60-ft. Blue Spruce from New Mexicoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Carson National Forest â&#x20AC;&#x201D; has started its way to Washington, D.C., following its Nov. 6 harvesting near Red River, N.M. The Carson National Forest Service nominated 12 trees as candidates for the special honor, with representatives from the Architect of the Capitol selecting the 2019 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree. The special Blue Spruce, which will be displayed on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., is the perfect representation of the Carson National Forest, according to Ricardo Martinez, Carson National Forest deputy district ranger. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The tree selected is beautiful and perfectly symmetrical â&#x20AC;&#x201D; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s what you look for in a Christmas tree,â&#x20AC;? said Martinez. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Carson National Forest is a special place, and the Blue Spruce that will be on display during the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree Tour en route to Washington D.C., will help put New Mexico and its forests in the national spotlight. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re proud to send this beautiful tree to the Capitol.â&#x20AC;? On hand and ready for the load was a Kenworth W990, along with members from Artesia, N.M.-based Wilbanks Trucking Services, this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s designated hauler of the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree. The companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s representatives at the tree harvesting ceremony featured Shane Phipps, safety director; and Josh Rice, terminal facility and crane manager at Wilbanks Trucking Service location in Hobbs, N.M., along with several other employees. The company specializes in heavy haul and crane services, and provided the cranes and crane operators for the tree harvesting. The Kenworth W990 transporting the tree features a dis-

The Kenworth W990 transporting the tree, features a distinctive graphics package that showcases the New Mexico state flag, along with Ship Rock, a 7,177 ft.-high mountain rock that resembles a 19th century clipper ship.

tinctive graphics package that showcases the New Mexico state flag, along with Ship Rock, a 7,177 ft.-high mountain rock that resembles a 19th century clipper ship. On the door and sleeper, the U.S. Capitol Building is shown with a Christmas tree, with the wording: â&#x20AC;&#x153;From the Land of Enchantment to Enchanting the Nationâ&#x20AC;? written above the graphics. Once the tree was lifted and set on the 82-ft. trailer, Rice, who supervised the crane operation, drove the Kenworth

,?7,90,5*,@6<*(5;9<:;8<(30;@;/(;0:796=,5 <RXNQRZZKDW\RXQHHGWRKDXO)HOOLQJKDVWKHWUDLOHUWRJHWLWWKHUH :LWKRYHU\HDUVFRPELQHGLQGXVWU\VDOHVH[SHULHQFH (099(47:$56/,(=@30-;05.$56)(*2051<9@ ZHKDYHWKHDQVZHUVWR\RXUVSHFLDOL]HGWUDLOHUQHHGV :JHU5V^[V>H[JO=PKLV

-;;((PY;PS[^P[O(PY9HTWZ :OV^U^P[OVW[PVUHS_š^VVKPUSHPK(PY9HTWZWYV]PKPUNHWWYV_¢SVHKHUNSL ^VVKPUSPHKILH]LY[HPS2[^PUZWLLKQHJRZHUK=P]PK>OP[LWHPU[

9LVLWZZZIHOOLQJFRP&(* &DOO_(PDLOWUDLOHUV#IHOOLQJFRP

Atlantic Coastal Equipment Sales & Rentals 922 Longwood Drive Richmond Hill, GA 31324 912-459-1155 www.acesalesandrentals.com

Richmond Machinery 1701 Roseneath Road Richmond, VA 23230 804-359-4048 www.richmondmachinery.com

W990 to Red River just a mile away from the harvest site. Rice is one of three Wilbanks Trucking Services employees who will drive the W990 and deliver the tree to Washington D.C. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hard to put into words what it means to me to be a part of such a special delivery,â&#x20AC;? said Rice. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I look forward to participating in the tree tour and sharing the experience with the other drivers who help transport the tree.â&#x20AC;? Once in Red River, the tree was fitted with a special 40gallon water bladder to keep it hydrated during the transport. Final preparations were then made for the cross-country haul. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience,â&#x20AC;? said Phipps. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re proud to be responsible for transporting the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree and participate in community events along the path to the Capitol. We look forward to seeing the tree standing tall at the lighting ceremony.â&#x20AC;? Featuring a 76-in. mid-rood sleeper, the W990 was specâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d with the PACCAR Powertrain â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a PACCAR MX-13 engine rated at 455-hp and 1,650 lb.-ft. of torque, 12-speed automated transmission, and 40K tandem rear axle. The truck also was specified with the Limited Edition interior, premium GT703 seats and audio system, Kenworth Nav+HD, predictive cruise control, 1800W inverter, 180degree swivel passenger seat, and Kenworth TruckTech+ remote diagnostics. The tour officially commenced on Nov. 11 when the tree departed Red River to begin its journey 2,000 miles to the east. Along the way, the tree will stop at 30 community events. The tourâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first stop was at Alta Vista Elementary and Intermediate School in Questa, N.M., where the tree was the main event for a parade. The tour will end Nov. 24 at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, before being delivered to the U.S. Capitol in late November. In early December, a special tree lighting ceremony will be hosted by the Architect of the Capitol, in conjunction with the U.S. Speaker of the House. For more information, including a complete tour schedule, visit the 2019 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree web site â&#x20AC;&#x201D; www.capitolchristmastree.com. Choose Outdoors, a nonprofit organization that works with the Forest Service on promoting outdoor recreation and public access to federal lands for recreation, assists with coordinating the annual tour. ď&#x201A;§


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 67

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

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

P

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.tec1943.com Alabama Alabaster • 205/621-2489 Anniston • 256/831-2440 Birmingham • 205/591-2131 Decatur • 256/355-0305 Dothan • 334/678-1832 Huntsville • 256/851-2222 Mobile • 251/457-8991 Montgomery • 334/288-6580 Tuscaloosa • 205/752-0621 Florida Panama City • 850/763-4654 Pensacola • 850/505-0550 Georgia Albany • 229/435-0982 Atlanta • 404-366-0693 Augusta • 706/798-7777 Calhoun • 706/879-6200 Columbus • 706/562-1801 Hoschton • 706/654-9850 Kennesaw • 678/354-5533 Macon • 478/745-6891 Savannah • 912/330-7500

See Us at North Hall: N10825

OUR CUSTOM MER DEMANDS BETTER QUALLITY AND PERFOR RMANCE. The WA A600-8 is a top performer rformer in quarries across North th America. The powerful Komatsu K engine, enhanced torque que converter and Smart Loader Logic allow the WA A600-88 too A600 achieve low fuel consumption mption and high travel speeds. A newly designed easy fill 9.2 cubic bic yard bucket retains material better and provides better visibility, which contributes to significant improvements in machinee efficiency and productivity.

komatsuamerica.com © 2019 Komatsu America Corp. All Rights ghts Reserved

• Integrated load meter eter and auto dig function • Increased tip loadss for greater stability • Up to 13% better fuel uel consumption • New easy fill bucket et design


Page 68 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

CCS EQUIPMENT SALES www.ccsequipment.com Raleigh/Durham, NC • 919-556-9110 Angier, NC • 919-935-0505

Mighty M ug

Travel Mu This mu g g is the for bustl perfect o in p g ti o jo n b sites b doesn’t special d fall over. The M ecause it ig esig hty that you n makes it so Mug’s r hot bev erage will stay despite upright a Availableny bumps. of colors in a range Starting and sizes. at themig at $30.00 htymug.c om

x ro Tough Bo Tradesman Prt Cooler 17-Qua ity is a

necess One jobsite that can withr le o co lunch g. This bout anythin stand just a od and beverone keeps fo r up to 30 hours, ages cool fo as a seat that and doubles 00 lbs. A 3 holds up to rap st t n ie n ve n co sy to makes it ea to ce la p m o tote fr 5 at .4 5 5 $ . ce la p om kleintools.c

Diggersa by Michael Wurs haite

This children’ s book makes a fun hybrid of two th absolutely love ings kids — dinosaurs and things w ith wheels. You r child will love Scoopersauru s, Dumpersauru s and more. $11.72 at am azon.com

The perfect conversation piece, these cufflinks feature one of everyone’s favorite kind of construction equipment — excavators — right down to the tracked wheels. $50.00 at cufflinksdepot.com

www.clmequipment.com Lafayette, LA • 337-837-6693 Lake Charles, LA • 337-625-5942 Houston, TX • 281-598-2500

LIST from page 36

Cat Rugged Wireless Speaker

Get the music flowing on the job site with this portable, wireless speaker from Caterpillar. This rugged design is shockproof, water resistant and dust proof, and features Bluetooth wireless technology and hands-free calling. $89.99 at Caterpillar.com

LEGO Duplo Big Construction Site

Excavator Cufflinks

CLM EQUIPMENT CO., INC.

With a construction site this fun, your little one will be even more excited than ever to follow in mom or dad’s footsteps. A tower crane, dozer and truck help get the job done in a big way. Suitable for children aged 2 to 5. $45.99 at fatbraintoys.com

GSE GREAT SOUTHERN EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.gsequipment.com Tampa, FL • 866-586-8956 Pompano Beach, FL • 954-327-8808 Ft. Myers, FL • 239-334-6063 Tallahassee, FL • 850-574-0892 Orlando, FL • 407-859-9160 Jacksonville, FL • 904-268-4400


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 69

HEAVY MACHINES INC. www.heavymachinesinc.com Memphis, TN • 800-432-8902 Shreveport, LA • 800-548-3458 Gray, TN • 855-201-7453 825 31st Street North Birmingham, AL 205-323-6108 • 844-344-8658

LINK-BELT MID ATLANTIC www.link-beltmidatlantic.com Dealer Imprint Area Ashland, VA • 866-955-6071 Chesapeake, VA • 800-342-3248

PITTMAN TRACTOR COMPANY, INC. www.pittmantractor.com 9652 Milton Jones Rd. Daphne, AL 36526 251-621-3555


Page 70 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

MORE M POOWERR reliable, undeniable performanc ce. With Doosan Portable Power e on your side, you can Make Power Moves. See the full lineup at DoosanPowerMoves.com/Portab blePower.

AIR COMPRESSOR SALES

PINNACLE CENTRAL COMPANY, INC.

www.aircompsales.com

www.pinnaclecentral.com

GEORGIA

FLORIDA

5490 Thomaston Road Macon (478) 474-8460

103 Bryan Street Jacksonville (904) 354-5746 Polk City (888) 253-2444

ASCENDUM www.ascendummachinery.com NORTH CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA GEORGIA 11425 Reames Rd Columbia Savannah Charlotte (912) 964-8079 (803) 791-0740 (704) 596-8283 TENNESSEE Piedmont Asheville (828) 687-0620 Raleigh (919) 661-8710

(864) 704-1060 North Charleston (843) 414-1120

Knoxville (865) 525-1845 Chattanooga (866) 495-3406

Greenville (252) 754-5280

©2019 Doosan Portable Power. All rights reserved.

MAKE POWER MOVES.

BLANCHARD MACHINERY, INC.

RICHMOND MACHINERY

www.blanchardmachinery.net

www.richmondmachinery.com

FLORIDA

VIRGINIA

1890 NE 150th St. Miami (305) 949-2581 Miami (305) 232-2255

1701 Roseneath Road Richmond (804) 359-4048

West Palm Beach (561) 833-4634


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 71

CCS Equipment Sales, LLC Raleigh – Durham – Chapel Hill 5428 Highway 96 Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 375-7129 (877) 469-3471

Fuquay – Holly Springs Sanford – Fayetteville 836N Broad Street Angier, NC 27501 (919) 935-0505

www.ccsequipment.com


Page 72 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Sealevel Construction Inc. No Stranger to Challenge of Building on Wetlands Photo Courtesy of Sealevel Construction Inc.

Sealevel Construction was awarded the general contract of the Falgout Canal Flood Control Structure in Dularge, La., which is approximately 20 miles from the Gulf of Mexico.

FLORIDA KELLY TRACTOR

LOUISIANA LOUISIANA CAT

www.kellytractor.com Miami 305-592-5360 Davie 954-581-8181 West Palm Beach 561-683-1231 Clewiston 863-983-8177 Ft. Myers 239-693-9233

www.louisianacat.com Alexandria 318-443-2577 Baton Rouge 225-296-0020 Belle Chase 504-433-1350 Bossier City 318-746-2341 Hammond 985-340-2820 Lafayette 337-837-2476 Lake Charles 337-439-3601 Monroe 318-323-1345 Praireville 225-673-3480 Reserve 985-536-1121 St. Rose 504-904-7421

RING POWER

LEVEE from page 22

hasn’t received a dime from the federal government for construction, so it will likely be completed past his own lifetime. Future work for levees and floodgates will be conducted as the project receives funding, with contracts issued for particular elements. Sealevel Construction Inc. has constructed two floodgates — the Bayou Pointe Aux Chenes ($12.7 million in 2017) and the Falgout Canal (around $35 million in early 2019). The company is awaiting confirmation of the final designs for two more — the Minor’s Canal and another along the Inter-coastal Waterway. Sealevel Construction has also built small sections of levees adjacent to the floodgates. Currently, Sealevel is working on two navigational locks by converting two old sector floodgates — the Boudreaux Canal Lock in Chauvin for $7.6 million and the Bayou Terrebonne Lock in Montegut for $8.4 million. “These two projects are being built by the Terrebonne Parish consolidated government,” Dupre explained. “Sealevel is a local contractor that has done a great job in building these protection projects.” The construction of the first two floodgates went smoothly. “The biggest challenge is working in the marsh and existing soils,” said Justin Lane, Sealevel’s project manager. “The area was built by thousands of years of river settlement and it’s very soft. You can’t do any work with tracked equipment without prepping the location first. There’s a lot of subsidence with the sediment being cut off by the levees on the Mississippi. The terrain is very flat, often referred to as marsh.” A typical work site requires the digging of access channels to bring in the barges that house various types of equipment and machinery. Key lessons learned on the construction of the first floodgate dealt with the use of heavy lifts and the means and methods of installing the jackets. “Once you get below the mud line, the soils vary and in some of those areas you’ll run into sand layers and occasional clays,” Lane said. “It’s all dependent upon the location of the structure and you act accordingly. The levee district is easy to work with. They understand what contractors go through — the topography and things that can come up.

Typically, they will hire an engineering or design firm that will do the construction administration, field inspection work, RFIs and deal with design conflicts that may come up.” Quality control covers the fabrication of materials and the actual work. “A lot of the structures consist of steel materials, such as the pipe pile, and they are subject to NDE performance tests at the fabrication facilities,” Lane explained. “They are placed in saltwater environments and coating is an important component, so there are inspections performed prior to any materials being delivered to ensure quality control. From a contractor’s standpoint, we hold our suppliers to high standards and make sure they submit documentation for any item they manufacture or provide so that it meets specifications. During construction, the engineer will have a representative on-site to ensure it is done properly — there’s a long list of steps that have to be taken.” Sealevel prefers to hire locally, taking on people who have experience in marine and civil construction. The crew members are aware of the importance of their work, Lane noted. Because the soil conditions are not construction-friendly, pilings were required for the floodgates and before any work could begin, engineers performed test borings that were later used to determine the required pile length. “The floodwall and jacket pile were excessively long for the Falgout Canal project, some in excess of 200 ft.,” Lane said. “When we build a floodgate, typically we start from the center with the jacket structures and work our way to the outsides. The Bayou Pointe Aux Chenes project was a very tight area to work — we had a highway on one side and wetlands/marsh on the other side that we could not use for access.” Each of the completed floodgates, built one after another, took about 18 months to complete. The construction is based on five steps: hydraulic dredging to allow for marine navigation, installation of jacket or support structures, plumb and batter pile for the floodwall construction, sheet pilings for the floodwall and finally barge gate fabrication and installation. The work is conducted mainly via dayshifts, with one or two 24-hour shifts over the course of a project. see LEVEE page 76

www.ringpower.com St. Augustine 904-737-7730 Brooksville 352-796-4978 Daytona Beach 386-947-3363 Gainsville 352-371-9983 Jacksonville 904-714-2600 Lake City 386-755-3997 Lakeland 863-606-0512 Ocala 352-732-2800 Orlando 407-855-6195 Palm Bay 321-952-3001 Sarasota 941-359-6000 Tallahassee 850-562-2121 Tampa 813-671-3700

TENNESSEE THE CAT RENTAL STORE AT THOMPSON MACHINERY TMRents.com Nashville 615-291-5444 Memphis 901-362-8883 Clarksville 931-905-3902 Jackson 731-988-4259

NORTH CAROLINA CAROLINA CAT

THOMPSON TRACTOR Serving Western North www.thompsontractor.com Pensacola, FL 850-471-6710

MISSISSIPPI THE CAT RENTAL STORE AT THOMPSON MACHINERY TMRents.com Columbus 622-244-4610 Greenwood 662-459-7210 Belden 622-842-4322

Carolina 800-277-2080 www.carolinacat.com Greensboro 336-294-5240 Charlotte - Main 704-596-6700 Charlotte - North 704-921-1178 Charlotte - South 704-401-5635 Monroe 704-292-1555 Hickory 828-464-7045 Asheville 828-251-2500


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 73

ALABAMA THOMPSON TRACTOR

GEORGIA YANCEY BROS. CO.

www.thompsontractor.com Auburn, AL 334-321-2030 Birmingham, AL 205-326-0334 Dothan, AL 334-673-3300

www.yanceybros.com Huntsville, AL 256-532-3001 Mobile, AL 251-452-1180 Montgomery, AL 334-262-1101

Oxford/Anniston. AL 256-835-5737 Shelby County, AL 205-649-9489 Tuscaloosa, AL 205-247-3402

Austell 800-282-1562 Albany 800-768-2892 Augusta 800-446-5131 Bloomingdale 800-482-1144

Brunswick 800-299-5010 Calhoun 800-752-9804 Columbus 800-633-5240 Dacula 800-545-2945

Macon 800-633-5180 McDonough 888-926-2392 Savannah 800-755-8382 Statesboro 888-764-6506

Valdosta 800-755-6841 Washington 888-678-3211 Waycross 888-948-2443


Page 74 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

GET A HAND DLE ON OPERAT ATING COSTS Penn Jersey Machinery

Terex® Fuchs Material Handlers

Purpose-built for your scrap yard, transfer station or mill yard, Terex® ere Fuchs material handlers help you get a handle on your business with: An average 11% reduced fuel consumption versus competitive material handlers An average 45% lower cost of ownership at 1000 hrs versus s compettiti itive material handl dlers The Tere e x Fuchs Tel e ematics System for real time fleet and equipment metrics to manage it all

Deptford, NJ 856-227-6400

Frenchtown, NJ 908-824-4200

Highway Lionville, P PA A Equipment 610-363-9200 Company Staten Island, NY www.highway-equipment.com 718-4 718 448 48-24 2444 44 Roanoke Location 8071 Lee Highway Troutville, VA 24175 540-992-4150

Plus you can always rely on your local Terex Fuchs distributor to keep your material handlers operating at peak efficiency, with Tere e x certified parts and trained service technicians. For more information on Terex Fuchs material handlers, contact your local Terex Fuchs distributor or visit us at terex.com/construc ction

Chadwick-Baross Chelmsford, MA 800-804-0775 Bangor, ME 800-698-4838

Company Wrench Caribou, ME www.companywrench.com 800-270-2547

3729 N Frontage Road Lakeland, FL 33810 Westbrook, W estbrook, M ME 863-937-6829

800-262-5 800 262-5714 714

11301 Reames Road Charlotte, NCN28269 Concord, H 980-859-4680

603-224-4063

125 Wilsons Mills Road Ext Smithfield, NC 27577 Yonk o 919-938-8145 ers, NY

Edward Ehrbar Inc. 914-738-5100

141 Brickyard Road Lexington, SC 29072 Holbrook, NY 803-520-0032

631-563-7600 New Yo ork City, NY 718-626-3331 Danbury, CT 203-743-0088

© 2014 Te erex Construction. Terex, the Terex e Crown design, Te erex Fuchs and Wo orks For You o are trademarks of Te erex Corporation on or its subsidiaries.


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 75

a i l Re

MORE E THA AN SANY excavators are made for long, hard days on the job. And we’re here to keep them m working - and you profitable. Backed by an industry-leading g 5-year warranty, SA ANY offers parts, service and su upport to make uptime a way of life. Visit sanya america.com to see for yourself.

THE IRONPEDDLERS

MECO MIAMI, INC.

3504 N. Rocky River Road Monroe, NC 28110 800-438-1933 704-289-8591

5825 NW 74th Avenue Miami, FL 33166 305-592-4332 www.mecomiami.com

30 Stoddard Garden Ct. Fountain Inn, SC 29644 864-409-1143 www.ironpeddlers.com

CENTRAL ATLANTA TRACTOR SALES, INC.

RICHARDSON SERVICE 1991 INC.

7330 Delta Circle Austell, GA 30168 770-819-6600 www.centralatlantatractor.com

2667 U. S. 378, Conway, SC 29527 800-968-0754 www.rs91inc.com

TRAXPLUS 9800 Highway 503 Hickory, MS 39332 601-635-5543 www.traxplus.com

ATLANTIC COASTAL EQUIPMENT SALES & RENTAL 922 Longwood Drive Richmond Hill, GA 31324 912-459-1155 www.acesalesandrentals.com


0 48 % FOR

MONTHS MONTH HS

Page 76 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

SKIDS & TTRACK KS

CONTACT TACT Y YOUR OUR R LOCAL GEHL DEALER TODA AY! Y! DON ALLISON EQUIPMENT, INC. www.donallisonequipment.com 233 Melville Road, Arley, AL 35541 800-669-6450 • 205-387-1600

RICHMOND MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.richmondmachinery.com

PLUS!

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

SOLID DESIIGN Finance offer expires 12.31.2019

The Easy Way To Advertise Your Equipment Run In Two Consecutive Issues – Black & White $130 • Color $190

DEQ Officials Consistently Inspect Levee Construction LEVEE from page 72

Clement Frame-type Half Round Demo Trailer, 1/4” AR450 Steel, 28’ frame/body, 60” sides, Two-way gate, 22.5 Tires Trailer Specialists Inc. 704-377-4108 24-25 AP

Sentry Tires - Skid Steer and Wheel Loader Tires at Volume Buyers Prices! Call Company Wrench for Sizes & Pricing 25-26 EB Call 866-294-6103

Here's how the BARGAIN ADS Work: • Supply us with a photo of a machine (one machine per Bargain Ad) and a maximum 20 word description, plus contact and phone number. • Either email your copy & photo to: production@cegltd.com, or mail to: Construction Equipment Guide, 470 Maryland Drive, Ft Washington, PA 19034. • Cost is $130 per ad, $60 additional for color. • Your ad will run for two consecutive issues in 1 region. Your Ad Will Be Seen By Over 21,969 Construction Equipment Buyers in the Southeast States.

For more information, call Construction Equipment Guide today at

800/523-2200

Each project comes with its own Department of Environmental Quality permits, with DEQ officials making periodic visits to ensure that the regulations and guidelines are being followed. Additionally, the U.S. Coast Guard visits the site occasionally with this project being marine-focused. Peak days saw 15 to 20 people on-site for Bayou Pointe Aux Chene and around 35 workers for Falgout Canal. Key subcontractors for both floodgates included Bayou Country Survey, Chris Rodrigue Electrical and MDI Inc. for the dredging. Sealevel uses a wide variety of equipment, including: Cranes (Terex, Link Belt and Manitowoc), Marsh Buggy excavators, large material handling excavators, spud and material barges, tugboats, crew boats, pile hammers, extractors, excavators and dozers. This equipment also includes Komatsu and Caterpillar models. “We don’t really have wear and tear issues with equipment, however when issues come up, we have mechanics within the company that will come on-site and make the repairs,”

Lane said. “Proper coating and greasing are imperative when dealing with saltwater conditions.” The company purchases and rents equipment from dealerships such as State Machinery Equipment Sales & Rentals in Kenner, La., H & E Equipment Services in Baton Rouge, La., and Quest Construction & Equipment in St. Rose, La. “We expect our dealerships to, first off, have a general knowledge of Louisiana’s marine construction and the soil types we deal with on a regular basis,” Lane stated. “Second, we expect them to have an even better understanding of each component, attachment and service needs of the equipment they are selling. Having these understandings make it easier for them to identify our needs and then deliver the machinery that makes the most sense for our current and future projects. The dealerships trust that we understand and articulate our project needs so they can best serve us. Both parties having a mutual understanding of the projects has proven to foster lasting working relationships.”  CEG


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 77

HE-equipment.com 877-HE-CRANE

Manitowoc crawler cranes are built to o deliver unsurpassed productivity and a value on the most ch hallenging jobsites. Manitowoc delivers: Cranes ranging fro om 73 t (80 USt) to 2300 t (2535 USt)

www.ringpowercrane.com St. Augustine, FL 904-737-7730 Pompano Beach, FL 954-971-9440 Orlando, FL 407-855-6195 Tampa, FL 813-671-3700 Miami (Int. Sales) 305-477-8717 Union City, GA 770-774-7300 Concord, NC 704-795-3636 Ladson, SC 843-818-1954

Capacity-enhancing ng VPC-MAX® technology and ® MAX-ER attachments ments

He H eigh htt ab bov ve g groun o nd m

Birmingham, AL 205-661-1323 Belle Chasse, LA 504-394-7400 Ashland, VA 804-798-9740 Norfolk, VA 757-295-4944 Roanoke, VA 540-362-3600 Warrenton, VA 540-349-2878

60,0

60 56

54,0

52 48,0

48 44

42,0

40 36,0

36 32

30,0 0

28 24 20

Optional long-reac ch booms, fixed jibs, luffing jibs and extended upper bo oom points

16 12

8,24 m TAILSWING TA

New 3.5 m wide boom oom inserts inser for MLC300 and MLC650

1,52m 2,67 m

12

20

28

36

44

52

60

68

Access current Manitowoc crawler crane load charts at www.cranelibrary.com

Manitowoc MLC650 — features the ne w 3.5 m w id e b o o m s y s t e m t o r e a c h h ig h e r a n d increase capacit y.

w www .manitowoc.com

7


Page 78 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

To Contractors, Examining Risk Is an Unclear Business RISK from page 1

To respondents, the most challenging activity is managing the ongoing risks that may plague a work site over the course of a project. Primarily faced during construction, two thirds of the contractors surveyed rated this action at a medium difficulty level or higher. Additionally, identifying risk in preconstruction is another challenge reported by contractors, which is to be expected considering the unpredictable nature of workplace hazards. So how do contractors gather and examine data regarding risk? Fewer than half of those polled believe there are clear ways to measure a project’s risk performance. While uncertainty is often associated with risk, job hazard analyses (JHA), real-time site monitoring and safety incident documentation are ways that construction companies can quantify risk using technology to provide a more accurate picture of what could or did go wrong on a given project. In predicting the patterns of risk, it is helpful for companies to have an electronic log of all incidents to better recognize harmful trends. The survey illustrates that there is a clear divide in thinking for respondents between those who digitally compile project safety and risk data in-house and those who do not at all, but wish they had. “Contractors generally recognize the value of these activities, which suggests that resource and expertise constraints are key issues preventing wider use,” Dodge’s report stated. Of the polling sample, more than three quarters (76 percent) of large companies collect safety and risk data digitally, compared with 53 percent of mid-size corporations and 38 per-

Business Calendar To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. DECEMBER CRANE SAFETY COURSES NEW LOCATIONS! REGISTER TODAY! December 2 – 6, 2019 (Combo Course) Mobile Crane Inspector/Overhead Crane Inspector Combo Course, Orlando, FL December 2 – 6, 2019 Mobile Crane Operator Training, Cincinnati, OH December 2 – 6, 2019 Overhead Hoist Maintenance Training, Pasadena, TX December 9 – 10, 2019 Aerial Work Platform Inspector Training, Orlando, FL December 9 – 11, 2019 Rigging Inspector Training, Orlando, FL December 11 – 13, 2019 Qualified Signal Person, Orlando, FL December 10 – 13, 2019 Overhead Crane Train the Trainer, Pasadena, TX December 11 – 13, 2019 Forklift Train the Trainer, Orlando, FL To register and for more information, please call or email Tiffany Alston. Telephone: 800/654-5640, extension 238. Direct: 321/710-4641. Email: talston@cranesafe.com MARCELLUS-UTICA MIDSTREAM CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION 2019 DATES: December 3, 2019 to December 5, 2019 TIMES: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (General) PLACE: David L. Lawrence Convention Center 1000 Fort Duquesne Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Gas Champion of the World Making Global Connections The prolific Marcellus and its deeper sister-shale, the Utica, are collectively called ‘The Beast in the East’ because they are loaded with natural gas. This remarkable bounty is driving a renaissance in manufacturing throughout the Northeast, ushering a new era of cleaner power generation – and opening doors for U.S. gas traders around the world.

cent of small outfits. A very small percentage of contractors use third-party vendors to collect and analyze their own riskrelated data. The accessibility of new tech figures to put more data in the hands of contractors than ever before, however, this information on its own serves little purpose. Because this is such a new area for businesses to invest time and resources, it is rare for contractors to have the skills needed to effectively analyze risk data. According to the study, being able to maximize the benefits of gathering this information requires the data to be structured from the start, and that structure should be determined by specific analytics. An overwhelming majority (67 percent) of respondents reported that their company does not budget any money for risk data analytics or consulting. Even among those contractors employed by large companies, 34 percent said they do not spend on this important practice. Despite all of the capital and hours of research invested in innovation, buy-in among contractors remains a significant hurdle. Forty-four percent of respondents admitted that their company absorbs costs associated with new project risk mitigation technology into its regular budget in expectation of gains in the long term. More than a third of all contractors reported that their company would pass on these costs altogether. Technology and construction experts from 10 insurance brokerages and carriers were surveyed to identify what new tech is best suited to address and mitigate risk in the industry. The top item discussed was wearables — a broad category that includes products like sensors worn on work gear

“An exhibition will focus on the opportunities surrounding the building out of the infrastructure.” Marcellus-Utica Midstream Conference & Exhibition provides the attendees with the opportunity to explore topics such as the latest production forecasts from the region’s top E&P companies, up-to-date status on pipeline projects to expand regional takeaway capacity from leading midstream operators, and intelligence on emerging markets that will change the game for Appalachia’s manufacturing economy. Highlights: . Pipeline build-out . 2020 Outlook . International trade influences . Regulatory challenges . Market growth and demand Organizer and Contact: Hart Energy Publishing 110 William Street, #11New York, NY 10038. Phone: 212/608-9025 MINNESOTA ASPHALT PAVEMENT ASSOCIATION MN ASPHALT CONFERENCE 2019 DATES: December 4 – 5, 2019 PLACE: Minnesota Marriott Northwest Brooklyn Park, MN Save the Date! You are invited to the Minnesota Asphalt Conference on December 4th and 5th at the Minnesota Marriott Northwest (the old “Northland”). Kick off the MAPA & MAAPT Conference with a leadership dinner on Wednesday night, followed by great educational sessions, breakouts, hospitality rooms, and an awards luncheon on Thursday, followed by the Hall of Fame Awards Dinner. For the first time ever, we are combining our conference with the Minnesota Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists (MAAPT). For additional information and registration, contact: Minnesota Asphalt Pavement Association (MAPA) at 1000 Westgate Drive, Suite 252, St. Paul, MN 55114. Phone: 651/636-4666. Fax: 651/290-2266. Email: info@mnapa.org.

that can help detect falls or unsafe behavior, as well as biometric monitoring devices that can alert supervisors to employees working while impaired. Another valuable tool is visual auditing, which when paired with artificial intelligence (AI) can “detect trends and see deviations like safety violations and help flag areas most likely to have an issue.” Add this new tech to existing technologies used by contractors like telematics and progress tracking software, and companies will have a much stronger handle on risk than they do without it. According to the study, nearly all of the insurance participants made it clear that their goal is to help improve the industry for the better, and a few even suggested that a stated interest in considering these new technologies by contractors may even influence their decision about who and what projects to insure. In the interest of sustaining their business both by fostering a safe work environment and appeasing insurers, all contractors should seriously consider the value of technology as it pertains to analyzing risk. To ensure validity and the best-possible answers, Dodge’s sample of contractors all possessed the following requirements: Respondents had to be employed by a general contractor, construction management company, design-builder or specialty trade contractor that has conducted project work in the United States within the past five years; at least half of the company’s work over that five-year span had to be related to general building; and respondents had to have significant involvement with risk evaluation/management or safety initiatives at their company.  CEG

Brooklyn Park. For more information on this event, contact AWC at 651/4892221.

event takes place. For more information contact AGC, 2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118. Fax: 703/548-3119. Email: info@agc.org

ASSOCIATION of WOMEN CONTRACTORS (AWC) MAICC ANNUAL DINNER DATE: Friday, December 6, 2019 Time: 4:30 PM To 9:00 PM Place: Mystic Lake Hotel And Casino 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd. Prior Lake, MN 55372 Industry Event. For more information on this event, contact AWC at 651/4892221.

Northern Green Expo 2020 Dates: January 14 – 16, 2020 Place: Minneapolis Convention Center Minneapolis, Minnesota “International Trade Exhibition for Agriculture Industry in Minneapolis.” This event focuses on pesticide recertification, low voltage landscape lighting design and technology, urban turfgrass: benefits, management, environmental issues, and much more. Registration is Open! Registration for the largest green industry event in the northern region is now open! Don’t miss your chance to learn from green industry experts in every field and make the connections you need to help build your business or career. Book Hotel Rooms Now! A variety of hotel rooms have been secured at reduced rates for Northern Green 2020 at the Hilton Minneapolis, Millennium Hotel, Hyatt Regency Hotel, and the Holiday Inn Express & Suites. There are a limited number of rooms at the reduced rate so make your reservations today! Vendors That Understand You! Find out who will be exhibiting at Northern Green 2020 and what products and services they offer – search the Vendor Directory! Education to Meet Your Needs! You will find fun and learning around every corner, both on the trade show floor and in the classroom. For more information on Northern Green Expo 2020 contact: Northern Green, 1813 Lexington Avenue N, Roseville, MN 55113. Phone: 651/633-4987. Email: info@northerngreen.org. Website: www.NorthernGreen.org

ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS (AGC) Construction Project Manager Course DATES: Sunday, December 8, 2019 to Weds., December 11, 2019 Location: Dallas, Texas Training/Professional Development For more information on this Program, contact AGC, 2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118. Fax: 703/548-3119. Email: info@agc.org. Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Construction Project Manager Course Sunday, December 8, 2019 to Wednesday, December 11, 2019 Dallas, Texas Training/Professional Development All AGC WebEds are scheduled in Eastern Standard Time (EST). Conferences are scheduled using the local time zone where the event takes place. For more information contact AGC, 2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118. Fax: 703/548-3119. Email: info@agc.org AGC’s Holiday Event – Association of Women Contractors DATE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2019 TIME: 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM ADDRESS: 725 Vineland Place Minneapolis, MN 55403 For more information on this event, contact AWC, 1337 St. Clair Avenue, Suite 4, St. Paul, MN 55105. Phone: 651/489-2221. Email: awcmn@awcmn.org.

ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF MINNESOTA AGC of Minnesota Staff Want to Visit YOU! ASSOCIATION of WOMEN CONTRACTORS (AWC) During this AGC of MN centennial year, the AGC staff and cenAWC’s HOLIDAY EVENT tennial sponsors will travel around the state, visiting members DATE: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2019 where you are. Will you be conducting a safety day for your TIME: 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM staff? Perhaps an autumn picnic? Maybe your firm will be celPLACE: Mississippi Gardens ebrating an anniversary this year? Whatever the event – or for 9500 W. River Road no specific reason, please let us know so we can put you on the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Minneapolis, MN 55444 schedule. We’re coming your way! WebEd: Coordinating Unknowns REGISTER NOW to join us on DECEMBER 5th for our ANNUAL Contact Merry Beckmann at 612/796-2187 or Wednesday, December 11, 2019 – 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM HOLIDAY EVENT! mbeckmann@agcmn.org for more information and to put your BIM Come network and celebrate the end of the year with old friends All AGC WebEds are scheduled in Eastern Standard Time (EST). firm on the calendar. This centennial year belongs to you, our and new! This year we will be at Mississippi Gardens in Conferences are scheduled using the local time zone where the members!


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 79

EVERYTHING YOU NEED. Contact our distributors and find out how we can help improve your bottom line. Visit info.terex.com/distributorsearch to find your local distributor.

DOZIER CRANE (RT) www.doziercrane.com 155 Pine Barren Road Pooler, GA 31322 912-748-2684

For Your Local Terex Dealer Please Contact: Terex USA, LLC 9528 West Interstate 40 Service Road Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73128 USA Phone: (877) MY-TEREX email: info.cranes@terex.com web: www.terex.com/cranes

Authorized Distributor Cranes © Terex Cranes 2019. Terex and the Terex Crown design are trademarks of Terex Corporation or its subsidiaries.


Page 80 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Attention Contractors! Post Your Wanted To Buy Listings FREE! Here’s How! List Your Wanted Items

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 (NY): LOOKING FOR USED 5 TON WIRE ROPE HOIST TO RUN ON A PATENT TRACK EMAIL: INFO@ BRIDGEHAMPTONSTEEL.COM PHONE: 631-537-2486 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (TX): CATERPILLAR 330C L EXCAVATOR - LOOKING TO BUY CATERPILLAR 330CL & 330DL IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM PHONE: 832-528-0786 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ALL MODELS TRENCOR TRENCHING / BORING / CABLE PLOWS. EMAIL:ADMIN@MITCHELLHOPPER.COM PHONE: 432-888-2593 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (FL): BOBCAT MT50 COMPACT TRACK LOADERS EMAIL: EIDNKSLJK@ICLOUD.COM PHONE: 6039 2I28 939 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS. LOOKING TO BUY ANY CAT LOADER AT WHOLESALE PRICE. EMAIL: MARKETING@ GCESEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 714-408-1587 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MAGDIEL LERMA IS LOOKING IN TX ON 2019-11-01 WANTED (TX): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADERS. EMAIL: MAGDIELLERMA@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 956-432-7379 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS. CAT 966H OR K WITH UNDER 10,000 HOURS, BUCKET, COUPLER. SET OF FORKS IS A PLUS. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET PHONE: 330-987-3508 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WV): ALL MODELS TERRAMITE BACKHOE LOADERS - CHECKING PRICES FOR TERRAMITE T7 FRON RIM FOR SERIAL NUMBER 227X0102. EMAIL: EDWINANDDIANA@FRONTIER.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): KOBELCO K907D EXCAVATORS - MAIN HYDRAULIC CONTROL VALVE (907D) SERIAL #LN7001 TO YG0501. KOBELCO PART # 2436U1165F2, KAWASAKI TAG # KMX15A/23009 ALSO USED ON YUTANI 1986, MODEL 195. EMAIL: PTSCOTT@HTVA.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): KOMATSU ATTACHMENTS - SKELETON BUCKET FOR KOMATSU 220 EXCAVATOR 54" TO 60". CAN ADAPT FROM OTHER MACHINES AS LONG AS ITS 80 MM PINS. EMAIL: FJS-1@ATT.NET PHONE: 724-944-5569 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): HYDRA-MAC 1700 SKID STEER LOADER. EMAIL: MALONEYFARM.1@ WINDSTREAM.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (FL): CASE CRAWLER DOZERS, ALL MODELS. EMAIL: JABOWEND@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (TX): CATERPILLAR EXCAVATORS, ALL MODELS. EMAIL: PAUL@HEAVYSURPLUS.COM; PHONE: 214-625-2652 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR D5B OR D6C CRAWLER DOZER. EMAIL: JT_FERGUSON_EXC@SBCGLOBAL.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CA): CATERPILLAR 970F WHEEL LOADER. EMAIL: SALES3@GCESEQUIPMENT.COM; PHONE: 657-347-6605 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (GA): KOBELCO EXCAVATORS, ALL MODELS. MINI- OR MIDIEXCAVATOR. USED. UNDER 2000HRS. CA 35 T0 40 HP FULLY FUNCTIONAL. THUMB EMAIL: JKSAPP@BELLSOUTH.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR D8T CRAWLER DOZER. LOOKING FOR MACHINE WITH ISSUES AND/OR HIGHER HOURS, AT A WHOLESALE PRICE. BUYER WANTS MACHINE CHEAPER THAT HE CAN PUT THROUGH HIS SHOP AND REFURBISH AS NEEDED. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET PHONE: 330-987-3508 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): YANMAR YFW55R DUMPERS - FINAL DRIVE OR A PARTS MACHINE. EMAIL: ORDERS@LEWEQUIP.COM; PHONE: 724-887-9375 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): GEHL DL-10H-55 TELEHANDLERS / FORKLIFTS - SN # 10H55JR024028 NEED PART # L71553. EMAIL: JEFF.JAEGER@HOTMAIL.COM; PHONE: 345-925-9709 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): BOBCAT S175 SKID STEER LOADERS; ANY STATE NEAR ARKANSAS WOULD BE HELPFUL. EMAIL: BRIANFITZJURLS@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 479-847-4202 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LINK-BELT LS-348H CRANE – LOOKING FOR THE BOOM WIRE WRAP FOR A LINK-BELT 348 HYLAB , S/N L9J89965. EMAIL: POWERALEXHEAVY EQUIPMENT@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 386-496-1340 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): LIMA CRANE – ANY LIMA 2400B MACHINES IN ANY TYPE OF CONDITION. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NH): DYNAHOE 160 BACKHOE LOADERS - I'M LOOKING TO FIND ANY AND ALL INFORMATION ABOUT THIS MACHINE, FORUMS, TROUBLESHOOTING ETC. I HAVE ONE THAT RUNS BUT CAN'T GET IT TO MOVE... HELP PLEASE!! EMAIL: RUSSELLMORRIS66@AOL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (FL): ALL MODELS KOLBERG ASPHALT / CONCRETE / PAVING LOCATED IN TAMPA, FL. LOOKING FOR PARTS FOR A VIBRATING SCREEN. KOLBERG SCREEN. SR # VS514DD1113-91. EMAIL: TODD.BUSH@ PREFERREDMATERIALS.COM PHONE: 407-948-6796 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 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 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 81

ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Youngstown, OH Thurs., December 5, 2019 For: 3 Auctions in 1 Day! Complete Liquidation and Job Completions • Boston, MA Fri., December 6, 2019 For: Acquisition Rental Equipment Auction • Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Mon., December 9, 2019 For: Very Late Model Construction Equipment Auction • Oklahoma City, OK Wed., December 11, 2019 For: Late Model Construction & Ag Equipment & more • Houston, TX Thurs., December 12, 2019 For: Complete Liquidation Retirement Auction

• Fort Worth, TX December 10 - 11, 2019 • Phoenix, AZ December 12, 2019 • Anthony, NM December 13, 2019 • Columbus, OH December 13, 2019 • Nashville, TN December 13, 2019

• Salt Lake City, UT December 16, 2019

• ONLINE ONLY December 11, 2019

• Chicago, IL December 17, 2019

• ONLINE ONLY December 18, 2019

• North East, MD December 18, 2019

• ONLINE ONLY December 26, 2019

• Minneapolis, MN December 19, 2019 • Chehalis, WA December 20, 2019

• Columbus, OH Wed., December 18, 2019 For: Giant Rental Return Auction

ABSOLUTE AUCTION & REALTY, INC. www.AARauctions.com 800-243-0061

• Auburn, NY Fri., December 27, 2019 For: Complete Liquidation Construction Equipment • Albany, NY Sat., December 28, 2019 For: Annual Ford-New Holland Equipment Auction • Columbus (Delaware), OH Sat., January 18, 2020 For: Very Late Model Construction Equipment & more Auction • Orlando (Kissimmee), FL February 1 - 9, 2020 For: 27th Annual Florida Auction RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Denver, CO December 4, 2019 • Atlanta, GA December 5, 2019

• Orlando, FL February 17 – 22, 2020

• ONLINE ONLY Ends December 9, 2019 For: Town of Poughkeepsie Hwy Surplus Auction BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700 • Sparks, NV Fri., December 6, 2019 For: Diversified Concrete Liquidation Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., December 14, 2019 For: Monthly Public Auction • Portland, OR Sat., December 21, 2019 For: Monthly Public Auction B.I.C. AUCTIONS INC. www.bicauctions.com 319-385-3399 • Zion, IL Wed., December 4, 2019 Two Day Circle Concrete Retirement Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 5, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 19, 2019

• Truro, NS December 6, 2019

BIDADOO AUCTIONS www.bidadoo.com 1-877-BIDADOO

• Nashville, TN December 6, 2019

• ONLINE ONLY December 10, 2019

• Williston, ND December 6, 2019

• ONLINE ONLY December 17, 2019

• Montreal, QC December 9 - 10, 2019

• ONLINE ONLY December 23, 2019

• Columbus, OH December 10, 2019

• ONLINE ONLY December 30, 2019

• Saskatoon, SK December 5, 2019

BIG IRON www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558 • ONLINE ONLY December 4, 2019

• Kansas City, MO December 20, 2019

• Atlantic City, NJ Sat., December 21, 2019 For: Large Rental Fleet Equipment Auction

To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com

• Los Angeles, CA December 13 - 14, 2019

• Las Vegas, NV Sat., December 14, 2019 For: Very Late Model Rental Construction Equipment Auction

• Clarksburg, WV Thurs., December 19, 2019 For: Pipeline, Construction Equipment & more Retirement Auction

Coming Auctions

BUNCH BROTHERS AUCTIONEERS www.bunchbrothersauctioneers.com 270-376-2992 • Louisville, KY December 3 – 4, 2019 For: Fall Auction – Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087 • Prospect, CT Sat., December 7, 2019 For: Construction Auction DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com MS: 601-656-9768 AL: 334-693-2540

• Headland, AL Fri., December 6, 2019 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277 • Pendleton, IN Thurs., December 12, 2019 For: 27th Annual Snowball Auction DUNN DEAL AUCTION CO. www.dunndealauctions.net 614-946-6853 • Columbus, OH Sat., December 14, 2019 For: Winter Columbus Heavy Equipment & Truck Auction HENDERSON AUCTIONS www.hendersonauctions.com 225-686-2252 • Livingston, LA December 12 - 14, 2019 For: 3-Day Winter Public Auction HESS AUCTIONEERS www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 • Marietta, PA Fri., December 13, 2019 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment

JOEY MARTIN AUCTIONEERS www.joeymartinauctioneers.com 864-940-4800

RTI AUCTIONS www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563

• Carrollton, GA Fri., December 13, 2019 For: West GA Contractors Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

• ONLINE ONLY December 3 - 10, 2019 For: December NetAuction

• Marietta, PA Fri., February 14, 2020 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment

McGREW EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com 888-311-2811

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., December 10, 2019 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., January 8, 2020 For: Absolute Online – Material Recovery LLC

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues, January 14, 2020 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

I.R.A.Y. AUCTION www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230

POWERS AUCTION SERVICE www.powersauction.com 608-439-5764

• Foley, MN Fri., December 6, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

STEFFES GROUP INC. www.steffesgroup.com 701-237-9173 • West Fargo, ND Wed., December 4, 2019 For: AgIron West Fargo Fall Event • Larchwood, IA Tues., December 17, 2019 For: AgIron Sioux Falls Event • Mount Pleasant, IA Wed., December 18, 2019 For: Yearend AgIron Mount Pleasant Event • Litchfield, MN Thurs., December 19 2019 For: AgIron Litchfield Event

• Broadview, IL Sat., December 14, 2019 For: Inventory Reduction Auction

JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com 601-450-6200

VANTAGE AUCTIONS www.vantageauctions.com 951-228-9040

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283

• Lake Elsinore, CA Sat., December 7, 2019 For: Heavy Construction Equipment and more

• Wills Point, TX Thurs., December 5, 2019 For: Oilfield, Construction & Transportation Public Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., December 4, 2019 For: Vehicles & Equipment Auction

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

• Pelzer, SC Wed., December 11, 2019 For: East Coast Public Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 5, 2019 For: Construction Equipment

• Stanton, TX Wed., January 15, 2020 For: Permian Basin Unreserved Public Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., December 11, 2019 For: Ag Equipment Auction

THE AUCTION COMPANY www.theauctioncompany.net 951-657-5300

• Pelzer, SC Wed., January 22, 2020 For: East Coast Winter Public Auction • Kissimmee, FL February 10 – 13, 2020 For: Annual Florida Auction J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 856-764-7163 • Charlotte, MI Sat., December 7, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more • Villa Rica, GA Thurs., December 12, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more • Rome, NY Sat., December 14, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more J.M. WOOD AUCTION COMPANY www.jmwood.com 800-447-7085 • Montgomery, AL December 4 - 5, 2019 For: Truck, Construction & Forestry • ONLINE ONLY Wed., December 11, 2019 For: Timed Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 12, 2019 For: Truck & Trailer Auction • ONLINE ONLY Tues., December 17, 2019 For: Government Auction • ONLINE ONLY Wed., December 18, 2019 For: Vehicles & Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 19, 2019 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Fri., December 20, 2019 For: Hargrave Demolition & Equipment Redirection Auction RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 7, 2019 For: Huge End of Year Heavy Equipment & Truck Auction ROLLER AUCTIONEERS www.rollerauction.com 866-515-1668 • Denver, CO Wed., December 13, 2019 For: Construction & Contracting Equipment Auction

• Perris, CA December 14 - 16, 2019 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers & more WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat., December 7, 2019 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 866-731-7760 • Perris, CA Thurs., December 12, 2019 For: Public Auction • Perris, CA Fri., February 7, 2020 For: Public Auction YODER & FREY HEAVY EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Findlay, OH Thurs., December 5, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction • Kissimmee, FL February 12 – 15, 2020 For: Annual Florida Auction


Page 82 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Joey Martin Auctioneers Holds Sale in Thomson

J

oey Martin Auctioneers made quick work of auctioning a package of trucks, trailers and equipment in Thomson, Ga., on Nov. 20. The sale included pieces from Augusta, Ga., area trucking and equipment firms, and drew a nice crowd of bidders. This was the next to last auction of the year for Joey Martin Auctioneers, with the final sale of 2019 being held at the company’s permanent sale site in Carrollton, Ga., on Joey Martin Auctioneers staffers about to get the sale rolling (L-R) are Chris Trotter, Mike Clower, Tom Powell, Dec. 13.  CEG Joey Martin and Matt Warren.

Folks came out early to inspect some of the earthmoving and compaction machines before the auctioning began.

A nice selection of compact and mid-sized machines went on the auction block during the Thomson, Ga., sale.

Inspecting a Komatsu PC300 of interest are Terry Mathis (L) and Will Fagan of Mathis Grading, Cumming, Ga. The trucks in the sale brought on some heavy onsite and online bidding.

Some of the machines and service trucks in the sale lineup came from Thomson-based Interstate Equipment Company (IEC). Monitoring the pricing of their sale items are Jon and Paul McCorkle and Danny Beckworth of IEC.


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 83


Page 84 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

Iron Auction Holds Fleet Reduction Sale in Virginia

Jeremy Baker (L) of Baker’s Construction in Bluff City, Tenn., and Matt McQueen of Power Equipment Company in Kingsport, Tenn.

This Komatsu D51EX dozer caught the attention of Jim Boger of AIS Construction Equipment Corp. in Lansing, Mich.

Chad (L) and Brandon Lampkin of Bull Worx in Lebanon, Va., braved the cold November morning to pick up a few pieces of late-model Komatsu equipment.

Jeff Richardson (L) and Robert Deeb, both of DCI Shiers in Bluefield, W.Va., came to the sale to buy a few Komatsu dozers.

O

n Nov. 14, Iron Auction Group held its Absolute Public Fleet Reduction Auction in Cedar Bluff, Va. The auction included trucks, trailers, pickup trucks, light towers and generators. The larger excavators, dozers and wheel loaders for sale were mainly manufactured by Komatsu. The auction exceeded expectations and drew bidders from across the country bidding both live on-site and online.  CEG

(L-R) are Jeff Taylor of Ultra Group Cedar Bluff, Va.; Ross McMillan; Matt, Terry and Jared McGaffee; Mike Finley and Sam Ingram, all of Iron Auction Group.

(L-R) are Tim Herring, Matt and Wes Addair, all of A&A Energy in Belfast, Va., and Jared McGaffee of Iron Auction Group.

(L-R): Brandon Henkes and Terry Parks, both of AAA Paving in Princeton, W.Va., caught up with their Rudd Equipment salesman, Rob Newsome.


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 85


Page 86 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com AMULET................................................................................................ 60,62

LEEBOY GROUP...................................................................................... 27

ASCENDUM MACHINERY INC.............................................................. 2,13

LINDER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY CO.................................................. 14

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

LINK-BELT EXCAVATORS.................................................................... 44,45

BARGAINS................................................................................................ 76

LIUGONG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............................................ 71

BROOKS SALES INC................................................................................ 10

MACKINNON EQUIPMENT & SERVICE.................................................. 23

CAROLINA CAT................................................................................21,25,33

MANITOWOC CRANE GROUP................................................................ 77

CATERPILLAR INC...................................................................................... 6

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

CEG SCALE MODELS.............................................................................. 63

MINNICH MANUFACTURING.................................................................... 23

CHARLOTTE TRACTOR CO.................................................................... 26

MOBRO MARINE INC................................................................................61

CON-EQUIPMENT OF THE CAROLINAS................................................ 14

NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS...................................................................... 60

CONEXPO..................................................................................................32

NORAM................................................................................................ 72,73

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE.................................... 46,80,85,83

PALFINGER AMERICA GROUP................................................................ 31

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

POWERSCREEN MID-ATLANTIC............................................................ 49

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER................................................................ 70

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

DRESSTA NORTH AMERICA.................................................................... 42

ROCK TOUGH QUALITY SCREENING.................................................... 48

DURATECH................................................................................................ 56

ROSCO GROUP........................................................................................ 15

EQUIPMENT CORP OF AMERICA............................................................24

RUBBLE MASTER AMERICAS CORP...................................................... 58

FAE USA INC............................................................................................ 58

SAGE OIL VAC.......................................................................................... 65

FECON...................................................................................................... 31

SAND SCIENCE........................................................................................ 48

FELLING TRAILERS.................................................................................. 66

SANY AMERICA INC..................................................................................75

FLANGE LOCK.......................................................................................... 30

SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES......................................................................62

GE FINANCIAL SERVICES LLC................................................................20

SCREEN MACHINE INDUSTRIES............................................................ 51

GEHL.......................................................................................................... 76

TEREX CRANES........................................................................................79

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

TEREX FUCHS.......................................................................................... 74

HILLS MACHINERY.................................................................................. 88

THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS................................................ 62

HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY .......................................... 68,69

THUNDER CREEK.................................................................................... 24

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT.......................................... 16,17

TOWMASTER INC..................................................................................... 65

INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPLY GROUP......................................................19

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

ISUZU DIESEL.......................................................................................... 20

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

JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT -BEALS........................................................ 5

WILCOX TRACTOR SALES INC.............................................................. 10

JOHN DEERE............................................................................................ 87 KLEEMANN................................................................................................ 53

ALABAMA SUPPLEMENT

KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............................................ 43

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE......................................................9

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP............................................................36,37,67

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

KPI-JCI...................................................................................................... 57

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

KUBOTA ENGINE AMERICA CORPORATION..........................................18

HEAVY MACHINES INC.............................................................................. 5

KUBOTA EXCAVATOR.......................................................................... 40,41

STONE EQUIPMENT CO INC.................................................................. 11

LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC........................................................ 50

THOMPSON TRACTOR CO.................................................................... 6,7

LAND EQUIPMENT INC............................................................................ 26

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO INC.......................................................... 12

The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.


CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • December 4, 2019 • Page 87

IN YOU OUR WORLD,

IT PAYS YS TO GO THE EX XTRA MILE. Combining seriouss productivity with a redesignned cab and controls, John Deeere 744L, 824L, and 84 44L Loaders give you the muscle you need to work comfortably all day long. The L--Series boasts increased horseepower, ergonomic programm mable controls, and reimaagined electrical and hydraulicc routing. Plus, they’re built ro ock solid with rugged gg D Deere diesels and high-capaci g p ity, y heavy-duty y y axles, so you y have h the performance, reliability, and comfort to Run Y Your ouur World. W Stop by or call us today.

COASTAL EQUIPMENT

Dobbs Equipment

FLINT

MEADE TRACTOR

www.coastalequipment.net

www.dobbsequipment.com

www.flintequipco.com

www.meadetractor.com

Virginia Beach, VA 757/424-1900 Yorktown, VA 757/898-1900

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

Dothan, AL 334/794-8691 Troy, AL 334/566-4181 Adairsville, GA 770/773-9857 Albany, GA 229/888-1212 Atlanta, GA 404/691-9445 Braselton, GA 770/965-1889 Brunswick, GA 912/264-6161 Columbus, GA 706/687-3344 Grovetown, GA 706/855-5440

Macon, GA 478/788-1586 Savannah, GA 912/964-7370 Valdosta, GA 229/474-6680 Andrews, SC 843/221-4940 Aynor, SC 843/358-5688 Ladson, SC 843/572-0400 Simpsonville, SC 864/963-5835 Walterboro, SC 843/539-1420 West Columbia, SC 803/794-9340

Bowling Green, KY 270/842-3400 London, KY 606/862-8447 Louisville, KY 502/253-3721 Richmond, KY 859/623-2030 Chattanooga, TN 423/855-0633 Kingsport, TN 423/349-5001 Knoxville, TN 865/546-3207 LaVergne, TN (Nashville) 615/501-8600


Page 88 • December 4, 2019 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

COMFORTABLE. COMPACT. COMMANDING. Operating Weight – 12,270 lb Engine Power – 66.9 hp

The CASE CX57C is a “large” mini excavator with best-in-class horsepower, capable of handling the demands of heavier excavation operations. Its design stands apart from the rest of the C Series line because it features a conventional tailswing design with a large counterweight, giving it power and performance comparable to a larger class – all while still taking up a relatively small footprint. Contact Hills Machinery to Check Out the Mighty Performance of the Case CX57C for Yourself! www.hillsmachinery.com

QUALITY USED EQUIPMENT FROM HILLS MACHINERY

O P F

O P F 2017 CASE CX210D, AUX. HYD, PATTERN SELECTOR, RAIN DEFLECTOR, SUN 2012 Case SV212 84” smooth drum roller, VISOR, CYCLONE PRE-CLEANER, FREE EROPS, 2373 hours. RO7248 ..............$64,000 SWING, HYDRAULIC THUMB, 42" BUCKET, TELEMATICS, LIMITED MAINTENANCE PLAN 3,000 HRS........................$136,300

2015 Case CX210C 2 way auxiliary hydraulics,

2014 CASE 750M LGP, *BRAND NEW hydraulic thumb. Fresh service, including new UNDERCARRIAGE* 6 WAY BLADE, 2856 pins and bushings. EX2865 .................$105,000 HOURS. RUNS GREAT, READY TO WORK, 2856 HRS.................................... $55,000

North Carolina Charlotte

O P F

O P F

2016 Terex Finlay 883+ 9.16 CY hopper,

2017 CX130, TWO WAY AUXILIARY 48” conveyor, 32” middle grade conveyor, HYDRAULICS, PATTERN SELECTOR, 36" 32” fines conveyor. CS6573 ................$217,700 BUCKET, TELEMATICS, LIMITED MAINTENANCE PLAN 950 HRS.............. $119,000

2016 Edge TRM622 Trommel 48” feeder belt,

2012 CASE SV212 SMOOTH DRUM 60” collection belt, 42” oversize belt, 42” radial ROLLER, ENCLOSED CAB, 2428 HRS........ fines belt, 7/8 function radio remote control. .................................................... $55,000 CS0276 ..............................................$202,880

South Carolina Greensboro

Greenville

Raleigh

Columbia

Charleston

Greenville

11717 Reames Rd 2901 Manufacturers Rd 415 Belvoir Hwy 1501 Hedingham Blvd 1014 Atlas Way 7168B Cross County Rd 11 Dixie Circle Charlotte, NC 28269 Greensboro, NC 27406 Greenville, NC 27834 Raleigh, NC 27604 Columbia, SC 29209 N. Charleston, SC 29418 Greenville, SC 29605 Ph. 704-208-5564 Ph. 336-308-3045 Ph. 252-752-7145 Ph. 919-746-7938 Ph. 803-658-0200 Ph. 843-225-9377 Ph. 864-546-5208

www.hillsmachinery.com ©2019 Hills Machinery Co. All rights reserved. CASE is a trademark registered in the United States and many other countries, owned by or licensed to CNH Industrial N.V., its subsidiaries or affiliates.

Profile for Construction Equipment Guide

Southeast 25 December 4, 2019  

Southeast 25 December 4, 2019