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Cranes Vital in Construction of Bridges Spanning North Carolina’s Yadkin River By Peter Hildebrandt CEG CORRESPONDENT

Spectra I.S. Holds Field Day With Gregory Poole…8

Lasers Used to Determine Structure’s Soundness…18

Just after World War I, a young soldier named Dwight Eisenhower never forgot his long, dusty and monotonous experience of crossing the country by vehicle convoy on the rough roads of those days. The trip took weeks. When he became president, he pressed hard for a national interstate system. In its infancy back in the 1950s, much of the emphasis for the interstate system was on the increased speed it would provide. Over the years travelers could add simplicity of travel to the list of the benefits of this tremendous transport system and aside from speed and convenience, safety as well. But one stretch of Interstate 85 through North Carolina as it reaches and crosses the Yadkin River for years found itself with a much higher crash rate than the statewide average crash rate for comparable facilities. Sixty thousand to 70,000 vehicles per day pass through this busy corridor. see BRIDGES page 58

His tori c Plane Mak es Way to N. C. …24

Table of Contents ............4

Attachments Section25-28 Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section ....31-37 Auction Section ......56-63 Business Calendar ........57 Advertisers Index ..........62

At right, Crews continue building the concrete foundations for the new I-85 North and South bridges over the Yadkin River.

Oil, Gas Drilling Tied to Recovery Construction Spending Up During April By Pete Sigmund

Truck & Trailer Section .... ..................................20-22

Photos courtesy of the N.C. Department of Transportation

Above, on Feb. 15 crews poured concrete to form the first underground support column for the I-85 South bridge over the Yadkin River at the Davidson-Rowan County line. The column is about 50 ft (15 m) deep and anchored firmly in rock.

CEG EDITORIAL CONSULTANT

The construction industry is reaping rewards from oil and gas drilling as one of the keys to recovery. The oil and gas industry is closely tied to the U.S. economy — and construction. It supports an estimated 9.2-million jobs and contributes 7.5 percent of total gross domestic product (GDP). The United States is the third largest producer of crude oil, about 5,380,000 barrels per day (b/d). (Russia is first; Saudi Arabia is second.) It’s also the

top consumer of oil (followed by China, Japan, India and Russia). More drilling for oil and gas in this vital area of the economy stimulates recovery of the U.S. economy, including many areas of construction — pipelines, industrial facilities, wastewater plants, consumer spending, housing and other sectors.

Impacts Economy Increased supplies of crude would lower the price of gasoline, giving consumers more money to spend and therefore lifting the economy. Crude oil

accounts for about 68 percent of each dollar spent at the pump. More production also increases demand for equipment. “Drilling, particularly onshore, often requires at least rough roadbuilding and site preparation equipment,” said Ken Simonson, chief economist of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC). “You have to create a pad, support buildings, storage tanks and so forth. You need excavating equipment to level the

Construction spending inched up for the second straight month in April, 0.4 percent — following downward revisions to the March spending figures — due to increases in private nonresidential and homeimprovement spending, the Associated General Contractors of America reported June 1 in an analysis of new Census

see OIL page 44

see SPENDING page 48


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2003 Hitachi Sumitomo 2007 Kobelco CK1000 HD

2007 Kobelco CK1000

2009 Kobelco CK2500-II

American 5299

American 7250

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2003 Hitachi Sumitomo 240 ton Hydraulic crawler crane – 220’ main boom, 4 sheave block, ball ............................................................................................................................$1,100,000 2009 Kobelco CK 2500II – low hours, 250 ton crawler crane w/200’ boom, freefall drums, block and ball ............................................................................................................$1,550,000 2007 Kobelco CK 1000III – low hours, 100 ton crawler crane w/150’ boom, 3 drums, freefall, block and ball ..............................................................................................................$695,000 2007 Kobelco CK1000III HD – low hrs, 100 ton crawler crane w/150’ boom, 3 drums, freefall, block and ball ..............................................................................................................$705,000 7250 American 60 ton crawler crane – 100’ boom, block and ball ..............................$75,000 5530 American truck crane, 75 ton capacity – 150’ boom and 40’ jib, block and ball $95,000 4450 American truck crane, 35 ton capacity – 100’ boom, block and ball ..................$75,000 5299 American 50 ton crawler crane – 100’ boom, block and ball ............................$150,000 1987 Linkbelt LS 98, 40 ton crawler crane – 70’ boom, block and ball ....................$140,000

1996 Caterpillar 375L Hydaulic Excavator – 3 buckets and quick coupler. Buckets included: Hawco clamshell, 4 yd digging, 2 yd ditching and quick coupler ................................$185,000

Special Sale: 2009 Kobelco CK2500, Low Hours, 240’ Boom, 3rd Drum ....................Call for Price

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BARGES – TUG BOATS – DREDGE Tug “Troy” 29’X13’X5’ steel hull w/ twin engine 6v71 Detroit Diesel ......................$215,000 Ex- Navy LCM landingcraft tugs - Cummins(new engines) ..........................................$95,000 (Ambush and Gunsmoke) - Detroit(used engines) ........................................................$85,000 “Doubletime” crewboat 24’X8’ Aluminum hull............................................................$35,000 Tug “Scuffy” 23.7’X20’X5.8’ Steel hull w/twin 6v71 Detroit Diesel..........................$225,000 Tug “Bogy” 100’X28’X7.8’ Steel hull w/single engine and generators....................$575,000 Barge “Alabama” 140’X65’X9’ Steel hull barge w/two 36” round spudwells ......$200,000 Barge “Jax III” 120’X40’X8’ Steel hull barge w/ two round spudwells ....................$150,000 Barge “mobro 910” 135’X44’X8’ Steel hull barge w/two square 24” spudwells ....$175,000 Barge “Dixie 4409” 195’X35’X10’ Steel hull barge ..................................................$200,000 Dredge IMS 4010HT 24’X8’ ..........................................................................................$85,000 Barge FS 27 250’X50’X16’ Steel hull barge ..............................................................$875,000 Barge “607” 110’X32’X9’ Steel hull barge ................................................................$150,000 Barge “608” 110’X32’X9’ Steel hull barge ................................................................$150,000 Barge “609” 110’X32’X9’ Steel hull barge ................................................................$150,000 Barge “N35” 50’X18’X4’ Steel hull barge ....................................................................$40,000

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USED EQUIPMENT Doug Wilson 704-562-2032 Email: doug.wilson@ascvolvo.com

Billy Brice 678-318-9500 Email: billy.brice@ascvolvo.com

Off-Highway Trucks Your VOLVO dealer in 2004 VOLVO A40D, 12365 Hrs ..................$115,000 VOLVO A40D, 6293 Hrs ....................$240,000 The Carolinas • Georgia • Alabama • East Tennessee 2006 2007 VOLVO A30D, 5105 Hrs ....................$225,000 North Carolina: Charlotte Raleigh Asheville Greenville

2005 VOLVO L70E, 6252 Hrs ............$85,000

South Carolina: Columbia North Charleston Piedmont

Georgia: Acworth Buford Forest Park Savannah

www.ascvolvo.com 2008 1999 2007 2007 2008

VOLVO PF6110, 1176 Hrs..................$240,000 BLAW-KNOX PF161, 9715 Hrs ..........$27,000 VOLVO PF6170, 1585 Hrs ................$255,000 VOLVO PF6110, 704 Hrs ..................$270,000 VOLVO PF6110, 1013 Hrs ................$270,000

Compaction Equipment Combination 2007 INGERSOLL-RAND CR30, 119 Hrs ....$52,000

Compaction Equipment Padfoot

2008 VOLVO ECR235CL, 548 Hrs ..$168,000

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006

BOMAG BW177PDH-3, 224 Hrs..........$72,000 BOMAG BW145PDH-3, 157 Hrs..........$61,000 BOMAG BW177PDH-3, 130 Hrs..........$78,500 BOMAG BW211PD-40, 825 Hrs ..........$79,000 BOMAG BW211PD-40, 772 Hrs ..........$77,000 INGERSOLL-RAND SD77DX, 168 Hrs$72,500 VOLVO SD45F, 9 Hrs ..........................$69,000 INGERSOLL-RAND SD122F, 736 Hrs $97,000

Compaction Equipment Smooth Drum

2007 VOLVO SD77DX, 114 Hrs ........$85,000

2005 HYPAC C840C, 720 Hrs ......................$67,000 2006 BOMAG BW213DH, 589 Hrs ..............$82,000 2006 HYPAC C766C, 34 Hrs ......................$101,000 2007 HYPAC C815C, 23 Hrs ........................$52,000 1999 HYPAC C842C, 4 Hrs ........................$103,500 2007 BOMAG BW177D-3, 145 Hrs ..............$85,000 2007 BOMAG BW211D-40, 497 Hrs ............$87,000 2007 HYPAC C840C, 281 Hrs ......................$91,000 2007 BOMAG BW124DH-3, 5 Hrs ................$51,000 2007 HYPAC C778B, 584 Hrs ....................$126,000 2007 HYPAC C830C, 19 Hrs ........................$86,000 2007 VOLVO SD77DX, 263 Hrs....................$85,000 2005 INGERSOLL-RAND SD122DX, 800 Hrs .......... ......................................................................$94,000 2006 VOLVO SD116DX, 1339 Hrs ................$75,000 2008 VOLVO DD90HF, 716 Hrs ..................$120,000 2008 VOLVO DD118HF, 894 Hrs ................$146,000 1999 WACKER RD25, 2497 Hrs ....................$8,000 2008 VOLVO DD16, 50 Hrs ..........................$32,000

Crawler Loader 2008 VOLVO A40E, 4717 Hrs ..........$490,000

Tennessee: Knoxville Chattanooga

ASC has the largest Volvo Articulated Truck Fleet in North America. Call for details. Asphalt / Paving / Concrete Equipment

2007 VOLVO G940, 1491 Hrs ..........$168,500

Alabama: Birmingham Huntsville Montgomery Mobile

1995 CATERPILLAR 963B, 8447 Hrs ..........$49,000

Excavators - Crawler 2004 2005 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 1998 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2006 2007 2008 2006 2005 2007 2008

VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO DEERE VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO

EC140B LC, 2490 Hrs ............$60,000 EC330B LC, 3687 Hrs ..........$171,600 EC210B LC, 3612 Hrs ............$79,000 EC330B LC, 2852 Hrs ..........$165,000 EC460B LC, 3317 Hrs ..........$230,000 EC290B LC, 2463 Hrs ..........$140,000 EC330B LC, 2826 Hrs ..........$135,000 EC210C LC, 642 Hrs ............$127,000 EC360B LC, 3171 Hrs ..........$175,000 EC330B LC, 2481 Hrs ..........$203,000 EC330B LC, 3062 Hrs ..........$160,000 EC240B LC, 800 Hrs ............$179,000 ECR235CL, 1090 Hrs ..........$168,000 450D LC, 4350 Hrs ..............$195,000 EC460C LC, 5139 Hrs ..........$168,000 EC460C LC, 3164 Hrs ..........$260,000 EC330B LC, 3536 Hrs ..........$126,000 ECR88, 670 Hrs ......................$68,000 ECR58, 1804 Hrs ....................$39,000 ECR88, 967 Hrs ......................$87,000

Excavators - Mini (up to 12,000 lbs) 1998 2006 2006 2008 2008

VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO

EC35, 763 Hrs ........................$21,000 EC35, 839 Hrs ........................$27,000 EC45B, 148 Hrs ......................$47,200 EC55B, 1972 Hrs ....................$48,000 EC55B, 2679 Hrs ....................$48,000

Excavator - Wheel 2008 VOLVO EW210C, 2180 Hrs ..............$160,000

Loader Backhoe 2007 VOLVO BL70D, 3722 Hrs ....................$57,000

Sweeper / Broom Equipment 2009 BROCE KR350, 726 Hrs ......................$36,000

Motor Graders 2008 2009 2007 2008 2007 2008

VOLVO G930, 1178 Hrs ....................$165,000 VOLVO G930, 706 Hrs ......................$210,000 VOLVO G940, 3914 Hrs ....................$140,000 VOLVO G940, 2668 Hrs ....................$153,000 VOLVO C80A, 459 Hrs ......................$102,000 CHAMPION C86C, 78 Hrs..................$110,000

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 1996 2005

VOLVO A30D, 4456 Hrs ....................$220,000 VOLVO A30D, 3973 Hrs ....................$270,000 VOLVO A30D, 5346 Hrs ....................$230,000 VOLVO A30D, 5149 Hrs ....................$245,000 VOLVO A40D, 6199 Hrs ....................$370,000 VOLVO A25D, 4964 Hrs ....................$185,000 VOLVO A25D, 3971 Hrs ....................$290,000 VOLVO A25D, 5325 Hrs ....................$220,000 VOLVO A25D, 5874 Hrs ....................$175,000 VOLVO A40D, 5124 Hrs ....................$400,000 VOLVO A40D, 5113 Hrs ....................$350,000 VOLVO A40D, 4859 Hrs ....................$400,000 VOLVO A40D, 7072 Hrs ....................$290,000 VOLVO A30D, 4241 Hrs ....................$245,000 VOLVO A40D, 4238 Hrs ....................$305,000 VOLVO A30D, 5726 Hrs ....................$195,000 VOLVO A40E, 4996 Hrs ....................$350,000 VOLVO A25E, 1366 Hrs ....................$260,000 VOLVO A25E, 1769 Hrs ....................$255,000 VOLVO A40E, 4987 Hrs ....................$405,000 VOLVO A40D, 3214 Hrs ....................$380,000 VOLVO A25D, 2092 Hrs ....................$205,000 VOLVO A30C, 14671 Hrs ....................$50,000 VOLVO A40D, 3334 Hrs ....................$270,000

Skid Steers 2006 VOLVO MC70B, 839 Hrs ....................$24,500 2006 VOLVO MC110B, 313 Hrs....................$34,000 2004 CATERPILLAR 247, 2375 Hrs ............$17,000

Water Equipment - Truck 1996 INTERNATIONAL 9600 ........................$11,000

Wheel Loaders 2005 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2009 2008 2009 2010 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2004 2005 2005 2003 2008 2008

VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO

L70E, 6481 Hrs ......................$85,000 L90E, 12389 Hrs ....................$86,000 L90E, 5036 Hrs ......................$89,000 L90E, 5025 Hrs ......................$98,000 L110F, 8242 Hrs ....................$120,000 L70F, 2824 Hrs......................$142,000 L70F, 4000 Hrs......................$142,000 L70F, 71 Hrs..........................$138,000 L220F, 1593 Hrs....................$300,000 L150F, 2289 Hrs....................$270,000 L180F, 698 Hrs......................$320,000 L150F, 2371 Hrs....................$260,000 L120F, 1084 Hrs....................$225,000 L120F, 277 Hrs......................$250,000 L110F, 335 Hrs ......................$220,000 L60F, 678 Hrs........................$128,000 L60F, 438 Hrs........................$130,000 L150F, 927 Hrs......................$290,000 L220F, 2139 Hrs....................$370,000 L110F, 324 Hrs ......................$255,000 L60F, 232 Hrs........................$135,000 L110E, 4852 Hrs ..................$145,000 L110E, 5948 Hrs ..................$145,000 L110E, 1710 Hrs ..................$149,000 L120E, 7480 Hrs ..................$110,000 L110F, 5313 Hrs ....................$150,000 L110F, 5677 Hrs ....................$150,000


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RECYCLING, CRUSHING AND SCREENING Be sure to check out this special section! Keep up to date with the latest information on recycling, crushing and screening.

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HIGHLAND TRACTOR REOPENS BRANCH

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SPECTRA I.S. HOSTS FIELD DAY WITH GREGORY POOLE IN N.C.

To help owner/operator Sid Varner better serve customers and support his other five central Florida locations, he is reopening the Chiefland site as a parts depot.

LINDER TRAINS ON ALLIED PRODUCT LINE

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LASER SCANNING USED TO DETERMINE STRUCTURE’S SOUNDNESS

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In order to familiarize employees with the new products, Linder hosted two sales training sessions for its sales team, one on June 7 in Charlotte, N.C., and the other on June 9 in Plant City, Fla.

Defects in a white concrete surface can’t hide from millions of points collected with a high-definition laser scanner.

HISTORIC PLANE MAKES ITS WAY TO AVIATION MUSEUM IN N.C.

The transport was handled by J. Supor & Son Trucking & Rigging Co. Inc. of Kearny, N.J., which is the same company that originally pulled the plane from the Hudson.

ATLAS COPCO WELCOMES JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT AS DEALER Equipment covered by this new relationship includes surface crawlers such as Atlas Copco’s SmartROC, FlexiROC and PowerROC surface rigs, the ROC L8 and the SmartRig F9C.

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MORE THAN 1,500 BIDDERS PARTICIPATE IN RITCHIE ATLANTA SALE

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Highland Tractor Co. has weathered some economic storms since it first opened in 1974 in Ocala, Fla. Diversification into agricultural and forestry equipment has helped Highland survive in central Florida, but it’s John Deere’s “yellow line” of construction equipment that has always been the company’s main focus. “We concentrate on road-building equipment such as dozers, excavators, wheel loaders and motor graders,” confirmed Gary Coffman, general manager. JACKSONVILLE, FL 32207 904-737-4401 • 904-636-0532 Fax

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To help owner/operator Sid Varner better serve customers and support his other five central Florida locations, he is reopening the Chiefland site as a parts depot. The former dealership was closed in 2007 due to economic hard times, the property rented out. Coffman views the reopening as a sign of recovery and says the branch will continue to gradually expand to eventually include sales and service. “Support is highly important,” Coffman said. “People like to buy in their own community.” He believes Highland offers a non-corporate advantage because it takes an active role in the community and is responsive to customers without having to wait to go through “layers of decision.” “Sid is the only day-to-day owner/operator in the business,” he continued. “That makes a difference. Customers can call and talk directly to the owner.” Coffman reiterated the company motto: small enough to know you, large enough to serve you. Although Varner had taken early retirement, he returned during the recession to guide the company. “Having the owner on site is important for the customers and it influences the rest of the staff. He understands the fundamentals that built the business,” Coffman stated. One of those fundamentals is seamless integration of customer needs, which the reopening of the Chiefland branch will allow them to do. “Rentals are back strong,” Coffman pointed out. And with the interim Tier IV engine initiating a major reissue, Highland Tractor is striving to stay ahead of the curve by offering some new models and changing engines to retrofit older models. Overall, Coffman sees this as a period of growth. “There’s a lot of optimism right now.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Spectra I.S. Hosts Field Day With Gregory Poole in N.C.

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(L-R): Richard Odham and Ian Scott, both of Sanford Contractors, Sanford, N.C., talk with Ed Hooks of Gregory Poole Equipment Company about how the Trimble Accu Grade System improves the efficiency of the Cat D7E. The Cat D7E demonstrates the increased production of a dozer while using the Trimble GPS Systems.

(L-R): Jeff Hamm, Sean Frizelle, James Stephenson, Brian Araujo, Mark Smith, Andy Donovan and Ed Upchurch, all of Spectra I.S., go over a few last-minute details before the demonstrations begin.

The Cat D6N outfitted with the Cat AccuGrade/Trimble system, which helps to increase the efficiency of the machine. Cutting the road was the purpose of the demonstration for the Cat 120M motorgrader outfitted with the Cat AccuGrade/Trimble GCS900 System.

(L-R): Jeff Hamm, Brian Araujo and Ben Nann; all of Spectra I.S., talk with Jeff Morris, Kevin Capps and Danny Wrench all of S.T. Wooten, Wilson, N.C., about the G.C.S. Flex sensor driven excavator with laser augmentation that is mounted on the Cat 314DL excavator.

The Cat 315D excavator is digging on a slide slope with the Cat AccuGrade/Trimble GCS900 System.

The Trimble AccuGrade Blade Control system was mounted on a Cat 270C compact track loader equipped with a Level Best Laser Grading Box.

Jeremy Smith (L), Allen Grading, Goldsboro, N.C., and Sean Frizelle, Spectra I.S., go over the Cat AccuGrade/Trimble GCS900 dual antenna system on the Cat D5K.


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Linder Trains on Allied Product Line Trekker Tractor Hosts Case Triple Threat Rodeos As part of the Case Triple Threat Rodeo Competition for 2011, Trekker Tractor is hosting rodeos at four of its branches. The competitions are scheduled at Tampa on July 15, West Palm Beach on Aug. 19, Miami on Sept. 16, and Orlando on Oct. 14. Heavy equipment operators are competing at Case dealerships throughout the United States this year to vie for a chance to win a new Case compact track loader and a Ram truck during the North American Triple Threat Rodeo Championship Event at the 2012 World of Concrete tradeshow. The winner of each local rodeo will be awarded a trip for two to the championship in Las Vegas, January 2012, plus $500 cash and a commemorative Triple Threat Rodeo belt buckle.

“These events give local equipment operators a chance to show off the skills they hone every day on the job in competitions that will involve Case loader backhoes, wheel loaders and skid steers.”

Nineteen of Linder’s representatives took advantage of the great training offered by Allied on June 7 in Charlotte, N.C.

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Plant City, Fla., was the location for the second training session for Linder’s sales team.

Allied Construction Products Inc.’s Frank DiRaimo conducted the training sessions for Linder’s sales representatives.

Linder Industrial Machinery Company has expanded its product offerings to include the Allied Construction Products Inc. line as of an agreement between the two companies that began in May. Allied Construction Products Inc. full product lineup includes: Sandvik and AR Series hydraulic hammers, HoPac vibratory compactor/drivers, Hole-Hog underground piercing tools, Pedestal Breaker System stationary boom systems, Contractor’s Mechanical Grapple demolition and material/waste handling systems, Roto-Cut rotary asphalt cutters and Grip-Lug grouser bars. Linder will be the full service dealer of Allied’s products in North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida. In order to familiarize employees with the new products, Linder hosted two sales training sessions for its sales team, one on June 7 in Charlotte, N.C., and the other on June 9 in Plant City, Fla. Led by Allied’s Frank DiRaimo, the training sessions explained the company history and philosophy of Allied, as well as presented detailed coverage of the products Linder is representing. In all, 36 Linder representatives took part in the training, with 19 attending the event in Charlotte and 17 convening in Plant City. “Linder believes in the importance of not only a well

trained sales staff, but also in the product knowledge required by all employees when a new manufacturing partner is added to our portfolio,” stated Michelle Fain, marketing manager of Linder. “We also have begun a training program for our service and parts teams for these new products to ensure that customers receive the quality support and service for which Linder is known.” DiRaimo stated, “The training was a success. All of the feedback I received from the Linder employees was positive. They asked a lot of good questions. Everyone is very excited about the future sales possibilities that becoming an Allied vendor offers.” With 16 locations in key cities throughout North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida, Linder also represents Komatsu construction products; Wirtgen milling machines; Vogele pavers; Hamm compaction products; Kleemann crushing products; Genesis demolition and scrap attachments; Exodus scrap handlers, Esco, Hensley and Superior Brooms. For more information on Linder Industrial Machinery or any of these products, visit www.linderco.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

“We are looking forward to the rodeos,” said Ronald Miller, vice president of Trekker Tractor. “These events give local equipment operators a chance to show off the skills they hone every day on the job in competitions that will involve Case loader backhoes, wheel loaders and skid steers.” Second and third place winners at each rodeo will receive $250 and $100, respectively, a commemorative Triple Threat Rodeo belt buckle and a chance to become one of five wildcard entries in the championship event. All participants receive a Case Triple Threat Rodeo hat and t-shirt. Entrants may compete individually or in teams of two and can only compete in one Triple Threat Rodeo at one dealership location. Case dealers are partnering with local Habitat for Humanity affiliates at Triple Threat Rodeo Competitions across the United States Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that seeks to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness and has more than 2,300 active affiliates around the world. The rodeo events also will promote the Case Community Challenge, a program that honors contractors who participate in local community improvement projects by donating their time and expertise. About Trekker Tractor Trekker Tractor has been selling, servicing and renting heavy machinery since 2010. The company has five locations throughout southern Florida and is the state’s only authorized Case dealer. Manufacturers represented by Trekker Tractor include: Case Construction, Chicago Pneumatic, Diamond Products, Dynapac, Geith, Paladin, Wanco and Werk-Brau. For more information, visit www.trekkertractor.com.


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Laser Scanning Used to Determine Structure’s Soundness By Billy Alan Chaves SPECIAL TO CEG

Defects in a white concrete surface can’t hide from millions of points collected with a high-definition laser scanner. Things didn’t appear so cut and dried in September 2010, though, when the New Orleans District Corps of Engineers tried to determine if a stage control structure built near Zachary, La., in East Baton Rouge Parish was constructed according to design tolerances. The construction contractor’s surveyor had collected 12,000 shots on the structure surface with a total station without being able to determine if it was within the strict tolerances required. Something more powerful was needed — and laser scanning turned out to be the answer. The Amite River and its tributary, the Comite River, are the major causes of catastrophic flooding in the Baton Rouge metro area. In 2001, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the state, the Amite River & Tributaries Study Authority and East Baton Rouge Parish signed an agreement to develop a regional solution called the Comite River Diversion Canal Project. Its purpose is to divert about 50 percent of the flood waters from the Upper Comite River to the Mississippi River. The project will involve construction of a 12-mi.-long diversion channel from the Comite River to the Mississippi River, a diversion structure at the Comite River, guide levees, the Lilly Bayou stage control structure and several drop structures where the diversion channel intersects with roads, railroad bridges and bayous. The project has become even more important since the area has seen explosive growth due to population displacement from the New Orleans area following Hurricane Katrina. As of 2008, the total estimated cost of the project, which is due for completion in 2016, was $187 million. The Lilly Bayou Control Structure will dissipate the energy of water flowing between the Comite and the Mississippi from a higher to lower elevation, according to Rick Tillman, structural engineer with the Corps. The energy will dissipate as water flows over a spillway featuring an elevated weir. The $27.6 million second phase of the project consists of excavation and the construction of the concrete control structure, a stilling basin and an outflow channel. The main surface slab was designed to have a 1 to 5 (1v: 5h) slope, a several-feet-thick substructure of mass concrete and large baffle blocks filling the stilling basin at the bottom constructed of 3,000-psi concrete. A 1-footthick, 5,000-psi concrete overlay also was placed on top of the substructure to handle

Photo courtesy of Dale Stockstill & Associates

About 12,000 shots were taken with total stations over the course of several days, whereas the laser scanner recorded several million points in a few hours.

the compressive force and abrasion generated by rushing flood waters. At no more than 1/8 in. (.3 cm) of deviation for every 10 ft. (3 m) of surface, the elevation tolerance on the structure is uncommonly tight, according to Tillman. “That’s out of the ordinary for the [Corps’] New Orleans District to design; however, it’s not unusual for the purpose of the structure,” he said. “We have flow velocities that exceed 40 feet per second. At those velocities, you can get cavitation and if you have unevenness on the surface, it can tear a hole and tear the structure apart. That’s why you have to have these tight tolerances.” Tillman said that after the structure was built, though, deviations from the elevation tolerance on the sloped face were plainly visible using a straight edge. Determining the extent to which the structure was out of tolerance promised to be quite a task in itself. The Difference: Quantity of Points The Corps’ lead engineering technician, Dwayne Blanchard, having experienced previously successful scanning projects that Dale Stockstill & Associates (DS&A), Carriere, Miss., had completed for the division, recommended that Tillman ask them about scanning the structure. After obtaining the coordinates for the PK nails that were already in place from the construction company’s project surveyor, the

Photo courtesy of Dale Stockstill & Associates

Three-dimensional model of the Lilly Bayou stage control structure. The points were collected by a Topcon GLS-1000 laser scanner.

crew checked them with its GPT-3105W reflectorless total station from Topcon Positioning Systems and then started the scan using a Topcon GLS-1000 laser scanner. The elevation did not adhere to tolerance throughout the structure surface, but the X and Y axes were fairly close to tolerance. So the crew performed the scans from the existing control point, which was in place at the top and bottom of the large structure, knowing that the two scans could be corrected during the cloud registration process. Tillman noted that scanning provided much richer surface detail than shooting in less time than a total station does. “You can obtain those results on conventional total stations, but this is much quicker,” he said. “They scanned the entire surface of this flume surface — I think it took them two to four hours — and they had something

like seven and a half million points. It took about three days to collect about 12,000 points with the conventional total station.” After the initial scan was completed at the top of the structure, the data file was downloaded for the engineers to view in the construction trailer while the second scan was being taken. It didn’t take long for Tillman’s question to be answered — the millions of points collected on the surface clearly displayed undulations, ridges, dips and humps in the structure. DS&A technicians used a PolyWorks routine to “color map” the deviations as related to the design plane. DS&A technicians provided traditional cross sections at specified intervals, but because the surface was so large and the tolerances were so tight, many hundreds of sections would have been required just to view a small portion of the see BAYOU page 29


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Trail King Introduces Advantage Plus! Series Trailer Trail King’s Advantage Plus! Series Hydraulic Detachable Gooseneck (HDG) trailer features a new gooseneck design, as well as a long list of new standard equipment. Trail King’s detachable gooseneck system still includes self-lifting hydraulic cylinders, nonground bearing design, and Vshaped alignment guide. Due to these features, detaching, loading/unloading, and hook-up are all one-person operations, according to the manufacturer. But now, the Advantage Plus! Series HDG also features a new five-position gooseneck door adjustment that allows for a full 8 in. (20 cm) range of king pin height settings, plus a notched setting control bar to take the guesswork out of setting the gooseneck doors in the desired position. The new “arched” design of the gooseneck

provides ample truck frame clearance, even when set at the lowest king pin height. Also new on the Advantage Plus! HDG are the heavy-duty pullout front outriggers. These outriggers provide extra strength at the pivot point where weight is concentrated during the loading/unloading process and, because they are built right into the frame, there’s no need to lift them on and off, or store them elsewhere when not in use. Spring-loaded stainless steel latches can be turned and locked open, leaving both hands free to pull out or push in the outriggers. In addition, close-set outriggers at mid-deck to prevent planks from tipping up as the load rolls over them are now also standard. Many other features that were previously only available as addon options are now standard equipment on the Advantage Plus!

HDG, including: • Covered knuckle trough in the rear deck — standard. • Covered boom trough in the wheel area — standard. • Third lift axle — standard. • Adjustable ride height control, with controls conveniently located near the rear tail channel — standard. • 10 in. (25 cm) I-beam cross members, with 4 in. (10 cm) stub

cross members for 12 in. (30.5 cm) centers in the outer bays — standard. • LED lights and a sealed “plug and play” electrical system — standard. • Heavy-duty bent-style D-rings (7 pairs) — standard. The Advantage Plus! Series Hydraulic Detachable Gooseneck trailer is available in 35-, 51-, and 55-ton (31.7, 46 and 50 t) capaci-

ties. In addition to hydraulic detachables, Trail King manufactures a complete line of trailers, including tags, tilts, hydraulic tails and sliding axles; end dump, bottom dump, and side dump trailers; live bottom trailers; pneumatic dry bulk trailers; and hydraulic platform trailers and multi-axle trailers for the specialized hauling industry.

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The Advantage Plus! Series HDG also features a new five-position gooseneck door adjustment that allows for a full 8 in. (20 cm) range of king pin height settings.


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Bri-Mar Offers New Cost-Conscious Dump Trailer Line In response to end user and dealer demands for a high quality dump trailer that satisfies today’s challenging economy, Bri-Mar Manufacturing LLC has expanded its line-up of dump trailers to include the new LE models. Positioned between BriMar’s HD and the company’s entry level Rascal line, the new LE line brings landscaping, utility and demolition contractors a quality trailer with a few less frills, according to the manufacturer. According to Sam Gayman, Bri-Mar’s sales and marketing manager, “The recent economy has The LE line is positioned between Bri-Mar’s HD and Rascal lines. been tough on many of the markets we serve. These All models feature Bri-Mar’s Monarch people are now looking to get their business- our HD line. We’ve economized with some es moving again and have asked us for an of the product features and some of those pumps and hydraulic cylinders, ALKO affordable, high-quality product to help them are now available as options on the LE. Ultru-Lube axles and PPG powder-coat findo just that. The LE line utilizes many of the Bottom line: We are bringing our customers ishing system. Other standard features same components and production and fin- a very reliable product at a very reasonable include 6 in. channel mainframes, 3 in. ishing processes that we’ve developed for price that caters to today’s tighter budgets.” channel cross members, 10 gauge floors,

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Flight 1549 travels along I-68 in Grantsville, Md., on its way to the Carolinas Aviation Museum.

Historic Plane Makes Its Way to Aviation Museum in N.C. Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

A piece of history recently made its way down the east coast from Harrison, N.J., to its final resting place at the Carolinas Aviation Museum in Charlotte, N.C. The cargo was Flight 1549, the A-320 Airbus that was safely landed by Captain “Sully” Sullenberger in the Hudson River on Jan. 15, 2009. The transport was handled by J. Supor & Son Trucking & Rigging Co. Inc. of Kearny, N.J., which is the same company that originally pulled the plane from the Hudson.

“This has truly been a miracle from start to finish,” said Joseph Supor III, president of J. Supor & Son. “I am ecstatic that my company was afforded the privilege to transport ‘The Miracle on the Hudson’ to the Carolinas Aviation Museum.” Supor offered thanks to all the state’s DOT’s and engineers, each police department, state trooper, county official, and all the town mayors who helped in navigating the truck through the permitted route. “If not for the combined effort of all, this move could not have been accomplished,” Supor said. “The outpouring of support throughout the country has been over-

whelming and I’m reminded again why I’m so proud to be an American.” Doug Filos, operations and logistics coordinator of J. Supor & Son, reported that the transport was done with a Kenworth T800 four-axle truck and a 65-ton (59 t) perimeter six-axle steerable trailer, resulting in a total of 10 axles. The plane was loaded onto the trailer by two hydraulic cranes owned by J. Supor with the assistance of Kevlar straps in the storage facility in Harrison. The wings, which are still in storage, will be transported with stretch flatbed trailers at a later date. According to Filos, the most challenging

part of the move was “finding the most advantageous route that would keep the amount of turns down to a minimum due to the length and height of the load.” The journey, which took a total of seven days, involved one tractor, one steerman, a high pole and a project supervisor. Despite the challenges, the outcome was a success. “Actually, it was seamless and safe,” Filos said. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Fourteen student teams from the United States and Canada have won the 2011 edition of the annual AEM Construction Challenge presented by Volvo Construction Equipment. The annual challenge is held at the Global Finals of Destination ImagiNation (DI). The 2011 event took place May 25 to 28 at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. AEM along with DI developed the Construction Challenge to engage students through a hands-on, educational experience that introduces them to construction careers such as engineers, equipment technicians and manufacturing professionals. In addition to the annual challenge, AEM also conducts a challenge program at the triennial ConExpo-Con/AGG and IFPE international trade exhibitions. This year’s AEM Construction Challenge at DI Global Finals in Knoxville was titled “Unidentified Moving Object” and teams had to design and build equipment that moved various materials to and from

towering heights; start and end their presentations with the equipment contained in a storage box; create and present a sales promotion highlighting features of the equipment — and complete all of these tasks with no AC electrical power. “What an amazing experience; it was like a call went out for hardworking, innovative problemsolvers who could work well together and then they made an 8,000-person all-star team. We’re very proud to be a part of this; it was a glimpse of what the future of our industry can be and what we hope it will be,” said Paul Parker, senior marketing specialist with Volvo Construction Equipment. AEM initiated the Construction Challenge program to offer an opportunity for students, teachers, parents and community leaders to learn more about rewarding industry career paths and the important role of construction equipment in creating and maintaining the high quality of life enjoyed in North America and

Europe as well as by increasing numbers in the developing world. “Through the AEM Construction Challenge, students can experience jobs that are in high-demand like repair technician, equipment operator and design engineers. Their interest is piqued when they see how modern the technology is. And, after they understand that these careers improve our quality of life and pay well, they get passionate about working in the industry, and that’s how we know that we’ve made an impact,” said Al Cervero, AEM senior vice president. First Place Teams • Elementary Level — (tie) Kimberly Elementary School in Redlands, Calif. and CypressFairbanks ISD in Houston, Texas • Middle Level — Orono Middle School in Orono, Maine • Secondary Level — (tie) Lanesville High School in Lanesville, Ind. and Cherry Creek School District in Aurora, Colo. • University Level — University

of Toronto in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Second Place Teams • Elementary Level — Hamilton Southeastern School District in Fishers, Ind. • Middle Level — Deerfield Public Schools in Deerfield, Ind. • Secondary Level — Academy of Science and Technology in Conroe, Texas • University Level — James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va. Third Place Teams • Elementary Level — (tie)Woodland Elementary School in Eagan, Minn. and Delano Elementary School in Delano, Minn. • Middle Level — Carmichael Middle School in Richland, Wash. • Secondary Level — St Michael’s College School in Toronto, Ontario, Canada For more information, visit www.aem.org/Foundation/Construc tionChallenge/.


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Helac Corporation Debuts the Helac Tilt Rotator for Excavators, Backhoes

The Helac tilt rotator construction equipment attachment for excavators and backhoes has simultaneous 110-degree tilting action and 360-degree continuous bucket rotation.

Helac Corporation, a manufacturer of hydraulic rotary actuators and construction equipment attachments, has introduced the Helac tilt rotator construction equipment attachment for excavators and backhoes with simultaneous 110-degree tilting action and 360-degree continuous bucket rotation. Helac’s Tilt Rotator innovation allows the user to simultaneously multitask without moving the machine. • Helac’s tilt rotator uses the helical sliding spline PowerTilt technology for the tilt function. • Both the tilting and rotating assemblies have harden, corrosion and wear resistant bearing, seal and sliding surfaces. • The narrow design features a fully enclosed tilting assembly and fully enclosed rotating assembly with no exter-

CEAttachment’s Edge Stump Removal Bucket Is a Multi-Function Tool CEAttachments, Inc.’s Edge stump removal bucket is an ideal attachment for landscape professionals or skid steer operators in need of a multi-functional tool for quick and easy removal of tree stumps and roots, digging ditches or moving and placing rocks. This attachment features three durable 23-Series cast steel teeth that dig deep under roots of tree stumps. With a tilt of the quick attach, side teeth on the bucket cut through stubborn roots and help extract the stump and roots from the ground. This attachment also can use its strong .5 in. (1.3 cm) laser-cut funnel-shaped steel bucket to scoop up and carry heavy rocks for placement on retaining walls. The 1 in. (2.5 cm) thick cutting edge will channel deep into the ground for digging trenches or excavating ditches. The Edge stump removal bucket has an over-

all length of 62.5 in. (159 cm), width of 46 in. (11 cm) and height of 20 in. (51 cm) The Edge stump removal bucket complements the lineup of other Edge tree tool attachments available through CEAttachments, including Edge stump grinders, a tree boom, tree handler, tree shears, Hi-Reach clipper, tree spades, UBlades and tree transplanters. For more information, visit www.ceattachments.com.

nal cylinders. • The Helac tilt rotator design offers the increased tilting capacity to further boost versatility and productivity. Unlimited continuous rotation and 55-degree side to side tilt are available. • Mount Helac’s tilt rotator directly to the machine and attach a coupler of choice to the gear box for ultimate compactness. • The Helac Tilt Rotator utilizes existing auxiliary circuits to keep the installation simple and the performance reliable. The oil distributor integrated plumbing results in trouble-free hydraulic connections to a hydraulic coupler and high flow double attachment such as a grapple, jaw bucket or every high flow shear or plate tamp. For more information, call 800/7978458 or visit www.helac.com.


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SweepEx’s Mega 720 Broom Attachment Is Largest Yet

Ideal for a wide variety of applications, including cleanup of dirt, leaves, snow, material spills, standing water, steel shavings and gravel, the SweepEx Mega Series broom attachment is adaptable to most service vehicles.

The SweepEx Mega 720 broom attachment is built with a 72-in. (183 cm) long mainframe, making it the largest unit within the Mega Series line. Ideal for a wide variety of applications, including cleanup of dirt, leaves, snow, material spills, standing water, steel shavings and gravel, the SweepEx Mega Series broom attachment is adaptable to most service vehicles. Mounting kits for forklifts, bucket lips, threepoint hitches (class 1 and 2) and skid steer pivots are available to maximize the broom’s versatility. Designed for high productivity and minimum down time, SweepEx brooms are built with no moving parts, eliminating the cleaning and lubrication of sprockets and bearings typically associated with rotary-style brooms. Brush replacement is quick and easy with the unique brush section system. By simply detaching the rugged end protectors, the broom’s brush sections are easily replaced, rotated or removed. The modular construction of the

SweepEx line minimizes dust and flying debris, protecting the operator, machinery and work environment. The broom’s polypropylene brush sections offer both durability and flexibility. Constructed of industrial steel and protected with a heavy powder-coat finish, the Mega Series includes 11 brush rows for maximum cleaning power. With the ability to attach MegaWing 90 (9in. [22.8 cm]) and MegaWing 180 (18-in. [45.7 cm]) broom extenders to each end of the broom, the Mega 720 can be increased up to 108 in. (274 cm) for the largest applications. Other SweepEx Mega Series models include the Mega 480 (48in. [122 cm] mainframe) and Mega 600 (60-in. [152 cm] mainframe). Optional accessories for all SweepEx models include a magnetic bar, dustmop, edge marker kit and the debris containment ends. For more information, call 800/725-8377 or visit www.trynexfactory.com.

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Topcon’s Technology Reveals Deviations From Criteria

Photo courtesy of Dale Stockstill & Associates Photo courtesy of Dale Stockstill & Associates

The structure was designed to have a 1 to 5 slope, a several-feet-thick substructure of mass concrete, large baffle blocks filling a stilling basin at the bottom a 1-foot-thick, high-strength concrete overlay. BAYOU from page 18

slope. DS&A’s technicians went to work programming. They modified some existing routines in their PolyWorks software to generate an ASCII-type EM file —a format favored by the New Orleans District — that converts the point cloud data to a grid every foot laterally and half a foot longitudinally going down the slope. This programming had to be refined several times to deal with file size and computer processing speed. After the program was refined, it extracted traditional points (point number, Northing, Easting, elevation and code) from the cloud at the specified intervals and wrote them out to an ASCII file. This file was then converted to the New Orleans District’s EM file format, enabling the data to be loaded into the district’s programs for analysis by its engineers and technicians. In addition to the EM file, the District Engineers requested a contour map —but not just any contour map. The Corps engineers requested a CAD drawing that depicted the 1v: 5h slope as horizontal and contours that were related to the design plane. DS&A’s technicians created a process that flattened the data onto the slope while maintaining the original project stationing. This required application of a precise scale factor to the data on the slope, i.e., essentially squeezing the hypotenuse down to the base of the triangle. The contour interval was small — five hundredths of an inch — and directly in proportion to the original design.

Officially Scanning After the Corps received the data in a manner that was easily understandable to all Corps personnel involved — without the need to learn new software or go to a seminar to learn how to interpret a color map — the Corps made the project official. It issued a task order to survey and scan the structure. Corps policies required that the data be recollected because the previous data provided by the contractor were accepted before the scan was performed. DS&A’s crew returned to the project site and started from scratch, checking the project Permanent Bench Mark (PBM) with their Topcon GPS units, running precise three-wire level loops from the

Dale Stockstill & Associates, Carriere, Miss., recently collected several million points with a Topcon GLS-1000 laser scanner and determined that the Lilly Bayou stage control structure located near Zachary, La., deviated from tight design tolerances in many locations.

PBM to the PK nails on the top and bottom of the structure with its Topcon AT-G1 AutoLevel. The crew used its Topcon GPT-3105W Reflectorless Total Station in conjunction with its Topcon DL-500 digital level to obtain data under water and mud covering the stilling basin that could not be pumped out. The total station shot the digital level rod for the horizontal position while the DL-500 obtained a precise elevation for each shot. These additional data obtained under the water were checked, compared and incorporated into the point cloud data. Again the data reflected the deviations from the design criteria and the deliverables

were remade using these new data. As of early spring 2011, a process for correcting the structure’s elevations was being worked out. Based on this project, Tillman is a believer in the use of scanning technology to determine adherence to specifications on structures of such large scale. “I see other applications of its use that would be beneficial, such as repeat-type surveys that we have to do periodically for movement or settlement.” Billy Alan Chavers is the owner of Dale Stockstill & Associates, a provider of surveying, mapping and laser scanning services on the Gulf Coast.

Ten Times Project’s Scanning Efficiency Available As productive as it was, the laser scanner used to scan the Lilly Bayou Control Structure does not represent the fastest available technology. In March 2010, Topcon Positioning Systems unveiled the GLS-1500, which speeds up point cloud collection at a rate of 30,000 points per second and a range of 492 ft. (150 m). According to the manufacturer, the unit also has an “all-in-one” design that reduces the amount of equipment needed in the field. The unit has a built-in 2.0 megapixel digital camera, so when it is connected to a PC and used with Topcon’s ScanMaster software, a live video feed of the job site can be streamed to aid in scan setup and data acquisition. Also, it has an onboard data collector with a keypad and LCD display that allows use as a stand-alone laser scanner. Data collected can be stored onboard on an SD memory card or logged into a PC. A built-in wireless LAN connection allows control of the scanner on a PC from the inside of a vehicle. Topcon Precise Scan Technology is designed to allow high-accuracy measurements over a wide range of distances. Lens array optics technology maintains distance accuracy from 3.3 to 492 ft. (1 to 150 m) and additional ranging past 1,082 ft. (330 m) is available. The unit’s Class 1 laser classification allows scanning near airports, busy traffic areas and populated areas, as well as low power consumption and fewer battery changes.


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Global Recycling Offers Full Service Via Three Companies By Brenda Ruggiero

kers and processors and putting together loads of electric motors for export to China. In 1996, he formed Gilbert Metal Trading, which operated from his home in Long Island, N.Y. Through this business, he bought a few loads of motors for export each month, but fast growth allowed him to form Global Recycling Inc. as an electric motor export business in February 1998. Gilbert chose Charlotte as the company’s base because of its proximity to major highway routes and the availability of export containers. At first, he noted that he bought loads of motors and had them dumped at a rented facility, flying to Charlotte from New York to personally load them into containers. Today, the company exports an average of 6,000 tons of scrap a month, utilizing more than 3,000 containers annually. Global Recycling Inc. and its affiliates employ about 60 people, including Steven’s two brothers: Bruce Gilbert, who serves as chief administrative officer, and Richard Gilbert, executive vice president and general

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Global Recycling Inc. and its affiliates are a full-service secondary recycling and transportation business operating in Charlotte, N.C. Global exports copper-bearing scrap to Asian ports and manages metals recycling facilities in Chicago, Houston, Indianapolis and three other cities for foreign investors. Global Recycling Transportation LLC, operates a fleet of dump trailers servicing the needs of Global, its customers and the public while Gilbert Iron & Steel LLC operates a full-scale retail (peddler) operation. Steven Gilbert serves as the president of Global Recycling Inc. and its affiliates. He actually began working in the scrap business at the age of 10 at Gilbert Iron & Steel in Beaver Falls, Pa., a family business formed by his grandfather Sam Gilbert in 1915. However, the economic decline of the foundry industry in Western Pennsylvania led to the company’s closing in the early 1980s. After finishing college, Gilbert returned to the scrap business, working for various bro-

see RECYCLING page 36

Global Recycling uses a Sierra baler with a self-feeding grapple.

Global Recycling’s brand-new Exodus 447L material handler hard at work on part of the 6,000 tons of scrap material the company exports each month.

Global Recycling Transportation LLC, operates a fleet of dump trailers servicing the needs of Global, its customers and the public.


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Creative Thinking, Adaptability Breed Global’s Success RECYCLING from page 31

counsel of Global and its affiliates. Departments include purchasing and sales, overseen by Scott Greenberg, senior vice president; and transportation, overseen by Mark Cox, director of transportation operations. Other departments include accounting, export administration, safety and scale and retail operations. Richard Gilbert noted that at the outset of the 2008 worldwide economic recession, operations and personnel were cut back dramatically. However, as the economy and, more specifically, the secondary metals recycling sector of the economy, has recovered, Global’s operations have intensified and personnel and equipment needs have increased. Because their operations are so wide-ranging, Steven Gilbert noted that they use a lot of different types of equipment at their facility. “We have Bobcats for separating and loading The Exodus material handler loading a Global Recycling materials, and a Case skid steer with inter- Transportation LLC MonStar trailer. changeable buckets/forks and hydraulic jaws,” he said. “We have a large 621 D Case loader, a Sierra baler Machinery,” Bruce Gilbert said. “They’ve helped us assess with a self-feeding grapple, a Komatsu excavator and our equipment needs, identify the types of equipment best Genesis shear, and a brand new Exodus 447L material han- suited to a recycling environment, and worked with us to get the best possible terms for financing our purchases. They’re dler.” Some of the equipment has been supplied by Linder more a partner to us than a vendor.” Linder’s regional manager Chris Wilkes reported that Industrial Machinery Company of Charlotte, N.C., including Global is an excellent customer. an Exodus handling crane, excavator and shear. “Global Recycling is a very innovative and professional “We have had an excellent relationship with Linder Come Visit...

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Caterpillar has introduced four E Series Hammer models — H110Es, H115Es, H120Es and H130Es — for use on small and medium excavators and the Cat 450E backhoe loader. E Series hammers are wholly designed, engineered and manufactured by Caterpillar. E Series hammers feature a new symmetrical housing design, which allows rotating the housing 180 degrees to compensate for wear, effectively extending the life of the housing. The lower portion incorporates “rock edges” that add protection to the housing in abusive applications. And an optional wear package is available to further enhance hammer durability in severe applications. The new housing is built for strength and lowers life cycle costs. A sleek, curved front and back profile eliminates stress points and transfers forces to the bottom of the hammer. One-piece side plates eliminate the center joint and weld. The hammers are fully supported by Cat dealers so that customers can work with a single organization for machine and work tool parts and service. E Series hammers build on D Series features, such as automatic shutoff, which instantly stops the hammer when the tool

breaks through material. The system increases hammer reliability and durability by eliminating the high internal stresses created by blank firing. Another feature continued in each E Series hammer is the external pressure control valve, which reduces service time when an adjustment is necessary. Sound suppression is standard for environmental protection and improved operator comfort. Caterpillar hammer settings are preprogrammed in Cat excavator tool control systems for easy set up. The oil flow and pressure are fully adjustable in the tool control program. Also, actual hammer working hours can be recorded for routine maintenance purposes. The new hammers are matched to the Cat 311 through 336 track and wheel excavators and the 450E backhoe loader. Mounting brackets are available for Cat couplers. The four E Series hammers are manufactured in Caterpillar’s new Waco, Texas, plant, and they replace the H100s, H115s, H120Cs and H130s. For more information, visit www.cat.com/products.


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Atlas Copco welcomed its newest drilling equipment distributor, James River Equipment. The company, well-known as a heavy equipment supplier, will represent Atlas Copco in the Carolinas for blasthole rigs, other surface drilling rigs and equipment and Secoroc rock drilling tools. In North Carolina, James River Equipment also will distribute Atlas Copco’s Dynapac compaction and paving equipment. “This is a perfect match,” said Andrew Lee, district manager of Atlas Copco Construction & Mining. “James River actually has a lot of people with drill experience. I would say they already have about 100 years’ worth of drill experience in-house.” Equipment covered by this new relationship includes surface crawlers such as Atlas Copco’s SmartROC, FlexiROC and PowerROC surface rigs, the ROC L8 and the SmartRig F9C. James River Equipment also will sell and service Atlas Copco Secoroc rock drilling tools. “I have to say,” said Lee, “that this company [James River Equipment] is one of the

most customer-focused companies out there anywhere. In fact, even though I knew them by reputation, they have not ceased to amaze me with the intensity of their commitment to quality and customer service in the time that I’ve been working with them.” “We are very excited to have the Atlas Copco line; it’s a great addition to our product portfolio. It complements the growth we’ve enjoyed in other industries such as aggregates. They’ve been a great bunch of people to work with, too. We look forward to a long and profitable future together,” said Terry Thomas, general manager of James River Equipment. James River Equipment, headquartered in Ashland, Va., has 25 locations throughout North and South Carolina and Virginia. The company supplies and services the equipment needs of the construction, forestry, paving, mining, agricultural and consumer and commercial lawn care industries. For more information, visit www.atlascopco.us.


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New Areas With Oil, Natural Gas Need Roads, Housing OIL from page 1

ground. You certainly need trenching equipment for pipelines. The oil supply side benefits the whole construction industry and the whole economy. “The best example is the Bakken under North Dakota and Montana, which has led to demand for a range of other structures, including hotels and housing because workers are moving into an area, which historically has had very little accommodations. Oil drilling is now big in certain geographical areas where not much was happening before — like Western North Dakota and parts of Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. In natural gas, the Marcellus Shale in western Pennsylvania, and gas drilling in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas, are also spurring construction.” New oil fields, which also are spurring construction, include the Eagle Ford under South Texas, the Niobrara under Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas; the Leonard in New Mexico and Texas; and the Monterey in California. Production in the Bakken has surpassed pipeline capacity; oil is going to refineries by rail and truck. Drilling companies had had to erect camps to house workers. Bakken and Eagle Ford are each expected to produce 4 billion barrels of oil, making them the fifth and sixth largest oil fields ever discovered in the United States (The top four are Prudhoe Bay in Alaska, Spraberry Trend in West Texas, the East Texas Oilfield and the Kuparuk Field in Alaska.) Within five years, the new fields are expected to produce one million to two million barrels per day, according to some estimates, boosting U.S. production 20 percent to 40 percent. Affects Construction Prices More crude oil would lower the price of petroleum products used in construction. “Our industry is a major user of diesel fuel and, of course, of asphalt,” Simonson said. “The price of this fuel tracks very closely with the price of crude oil, which has recently ranged between $97 and $102 per barrel. We’re very much in favor of drilling, both to increase the supply and hold down the price of crude and products from it.” Offshore Drilling On Oct. 1, 2008, Congress lifted the federal ban on offshore drilling, which had kept 75 percent of U.S. coastal waters in the lower 48 states off limits to development for nearly three decades. Then, the BP-(British Petroleum) owned $560-million Deepwater Horizon Macondo drilling rig shot up in flames on April 20, 2010, spilling 4.9-million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. This led the Obama Administration to declare a six-month moratorium on offshore drilling in the Gulf. As the recovery struggled slowly forward, the Administration lifted the moratorium this past October and gave oil and gas companies an extra year to develop deep water leases to make up for delays. The Administration also put new safety regulations in place and is

requiring a strong permitting process through the Department of the Interior. Critics charge that unnecessary bureaucracy in the permitting process is delaying new drilling. “Gulf sites are back in play; the moratorium has been lifted, but permitting is still functioning the way a moratorium would, holding things up,” said Reid Porter, media relations representative of the American Petroleum Institute (API) in Washington, D.C. Eric Milito, API’s group director for upstream and industry operations, said in a Washington teleconference: “We have seen dozens of exploration projects get recycled [in the regulatory and permitting process] on an average of four to five times … Oil and natural gas development on U.S. public lands and federal offshore waters remains on a very slow track … What the industry needs is not a checklist, but clarity on the level of information that is required to meet the expectations of the regulator and to ultimately gain approval. The checklist still does not address the continued ping-ponging that occurs with plans and permits … The approval process has taken more than six months, in many cases close to a year.” The Obama Administration has given oil and gas companies an extra year to apply for extensions of deep water leases expiring before 2015. New leases are not happening, according to critics who say 2011 may be the first year without a Gulf lease sale since 1969 and the first year without a federal offshore lease sale since 1957. Despite the go-ahead in the Gulf, an estimated 85 percent of potential offshore drilling sites remains off limits. Industry is not allowed access to many sites in the outer continental shelf, including many in the Atlantic Ocean off Virginia, North Carolina and Florida. (The moratorium after the Deepwater Horizon accident cost an estimated 19,000 jobs worth $1.1 billion in lost wages, according to a Louisiana State University study. It also cost BP more than $40 billion.) Boosts Economies of States Milito told Construction Equipment Guide that offshore drilling strongly impacts the economies, including construction, in states that are far away from the Gulf. “Look at the industries, like construction, that support offshore drilling,” he said. “The amount spent [on related activities] in places like Illinois and Pennsylvania is in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Gulf production and exploration provides jobs across the country in industries like construction. Providing access in areas, which we have been unable to reach and produce resources, has the potential, over the next 20 to 30 years, to create hundreds of thousands of additional jobs as well as significant government revenues and domestic production. Ultimately, oil and natural gas generates revenues, GDP, everything that the country sorely needs.” Polls indicate that 69 percent of U.S. citi-

zens favor more offshore drilling. New Keystone XL Pipeline API Chief Executive Officer Jack Gerard recently said that the Keystone XL Pipeline — a proposed expanded “bullet” pipeline between the United States and Canada, which has been under review for 35 months — “is the largest shovel-ready job-creating program on the books; over time it will create over 465,000 jobs; it is huge.” API’s Milito commented: “We believe that opening up public lands and federal offshore areas to oil and natural gas development, and approving the Keystone XL Pipeline, could provide secure liquid fuel supplies for 92 percent of the nation’s consumption in 2035.” The proposed Keystone Gulf Coast Expansion Project is a 1,661-mi. (2,673 km) crude oil pipeline that would begin at Hardisty, Alberta, and extend southeast through Saskatchewan, Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska. It would incorporate a portion of the Keystone Pipeline (Phase 2) through Nebraska and Kansas to serve markets at Cushing, Okla., before delivering product near existing terminals in Nederland, Texas, serving the Port Arthur, Texas, marketplace. The $13-billion Keystone pipeline system would significantly improve the efficiency and security of access to Canadian oil. The most technologically advanced pipeline in the world, it would be lined with hundreds of advanced sensors to instantly detect malfunctions. Total Number of Rigs Increasing Despite obstacles, the number of active drilling rigs in the U.S. increased from 1539 on June 17, 2010 to 1860 on June 17, 2011, including an increase in the number of oil rigs from 574 to 984. Though the number of natural gas rigs decreased from 953 to 870, this is attributed to pricing and profit margin factors and the lack of full information in the rush to develop new sites in areas like the Marcellus Shale. (The current 2011 figure also includes six “miscellaneous” sites.) “From last year to this year, there has been a tremendous increase in the number of active [oil] rigs; in the Gulf of Mexico, the number jumped from 17 to 35,” said Raghavan Narayan, API’s senior economic analyst. “Things are coming back. The industry wants to produce more domestically so there has been an increased push. The top oil and gas producing states are New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wyoming.” The rig count peaked at 4,530 in 1981 because of the oil crisis at that time. A low of 488 was recorded in 1999. The number of natural gas rigs could increase dramatically if Congress passes a new Alternative Transportation bill which would increase tax credits for companies converting heavy trucks and refueling stops from diesel to domestic natural gas. Conversion cost estimates are $100,000 per refueling station and $64,000 for an 18-

wheeler. The bill also would encourage the domestic production and purchase of vehicles fueled by natural gas and looks towards saving 2.5-million barrels of oil per day. Natural Gas Shale gas resources in the United States are far larger than oil resources, and a major impetus to drilling and construction. Drillers have unlocked decades worth of natural gas — a huge supply that may keep prices low for years. U.S. shale oil, on the other hand, would only be expected to supply one to two percent of world consumption by 2015, with a minimal effect on prices. In 2010, oil and natural gas companies created 57,000 new jobs in Pennsylvania and West Virginia through natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale formation. Expansion of such drilling in the Northeast would create an estimated 280,000 new jobs by 2020. Natural gas accounts for almost one quarter of all energy used in the United States. This is expected to grow, impacting construction, as the country builds toward a renewable energy future and looks to cleanburning fuels. The United States consumes about 13 percent more of this gas than it produces, so there’s a big need for more drilling, with expanded equipment expenditures. The Marcellus Shale The Marcellus Shale formation is causing a “Gold Rush” as one of the world’s largest natural gas areas. It covers a 600-mi. (966 km) area in the Northeast — mostly in Pennsylvania but also in New York, Ohio and West Virginia. Estimates say its shale deposits hold about 500-trillion cu. ft. of natural gas. This Appalachian formation is greatly accelerating new drilling activity and is creating numerous jobs, contributing to state economies. As drilling expands, new pipelines will have to be laid. Related construction also includes wastewater plants, expansion of landfills, stormwater runoffs and environmental mitigation. Hosts of drilling companies have been acquiring mineral rights contracts to explore potential drilling areas. The drilling technique is called hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracing) — first drilling straight down and then horizontally. Other major natural gas fields in the United States also are accelerating construction. The Haynesville Shale, in particular, is another ‘Gold Rush’ formation and a top producing area. It underlies much of the Gulf Coast, including northwestern Louisiana, southwestern Arkansas and eastern Texas. The Barnett Shale of Texas, where the hydraulic fracturing technique was first mastered, is also an important field, as is the Fayetteville Shale in northern Arkansas. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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International 350 Payhauler, 1:25 Scale ........ Grove GMK4115L Truck Crane, 1:50 Scale .... ..................................................................$260 ................................................................$225 Allis-Chalmers HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ............$70 Allis-Chalmers HD-41 Dozer, 1:25 Scale......................$185 Bantam C-35 Crawler Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ..................$65 Bantam C-35 Crawler Shovel, 1:50 Scale ......................$65 Bantam Truck Mounted Shovel or Backhoe; 1:50 Scale .... ..........................................................................................$90 Bobcat A300 Wheel Loader, 1:25 Scale ........................$25 Bobcat M400 Gold 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ........................................................................$35 Bobcat M610 Golden 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader ..............................................................................$40 Bobcat M-743 Gold 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ........................................................................$35 Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:50 Scale..................$20 Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..................$40 Bobcat S185 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$30 Bobcat S205 Skid Steer Loader & Pick-Up Truck/Trailer Set, 1:50 Scale..................................................................$60 Bobcat 325 Mini-Excavator, 1:25 Scale ........................$30 Bobcat 773 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ................................................................................$30 Bobcat M200 Gold Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ........$35 Bobcat Tractor/Trailer Set, 1:50 Scale ..........................$85 Caterpillar 4-Piece Earthmover Set, 1:64 Scale ............$85 Caterpillar AP600D Paver, w/ or w/out Canopy, 1:50 Scale .. ..........................................................................................$65 Caterpillar AP655D Paver, 1:50 Scale ............................$65 Caterpillar CB-534D XW Asphalt Compactor, 1:50 Scale .. ..........................................................................................$50 Caterpillar D6K XL Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ......$45 Caterpillar D6T XW Track-Type Tractor ........................$65 Caterpillar D8R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ............$45 Caterpillar D10T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$85 Caterpillar D11R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$75 Caterpillar D11T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$85 Caterpillar 24H Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale ......................$90 Caterpillar 140M Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale....................$70 Caterpillar 226B2 Skid Steer Loader w/tools, 1:32 Scale .. ..........................................................................................$35 Caterpillar 247B2 Multi-Terrain Loader, 1:32 Scale ......$30 Caterpillar 297C Multi-Terrain Loader, 1:32 Scale ........$35

John Deere 850K Dozer, 1:50 Scale ........$45

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800-523-2200 Ext. 197 Caterpillar 302.5 Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$35 Caterpillar 323D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale ......................$50 Caterpillar 320D Excavator, 1:50 Scale..........................$65 Caterpillar 365B Excavator, 1:50 Scale..........................$65 Caterpillar 385C Excavator, 1:50 Scale..........................$60 Caterpillar 432E Side Shift Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale .... ..........................................................................................$45 Caterpillar 511OB Excavator, 1:50 Scale ......................$98 Caterpillar 623G Elevating Motor Scraper, 1:50 Scale $35 Caterpillar 725D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ............$60 Caterpillar 772 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ............$70 Caterpillar 785D Mining Truck, 1:50 Scale ..................$140 Caterpillar 836G Landfill Compactor, 1:50 Scale..........$50 Caterpillar 924 G Versalink Wheel Loader: 1:50 Scale $40 Caterpillar 950H Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$45 Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................$55 Caterpillar 966A Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$45 Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale ........................$35 Caterpillar 988H Wheel Loader, 1:64 Scale ..................$30 Caterpillar 992G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$70 Dynapac CC232 Vibratory Compactor, 1:35 Scale ......$45 Dynapac F 181 CS Paver, 1:35 Scale ............................$80 Gradall XL4300II Excavator, 1:32 Scale ........................$75 Hitachi EH700 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..............$30 International 175 Crawler Loader w/Multi-Purpose Bucket, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................$50 International TD-15 Dozer, 1:87 Scale............................$40

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International TD-24 Ag/Crawler, 1:50 Scale ..................$40 International TD-24 Military Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..............$45 International TD-25 Dozer, 1:87 Scale............................$40 JCB 3CX Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$45 JCB 456 ZX Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$65 John Deere 200D LC Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..................$40 John Deere 315SJ Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........$35 John Deere 400D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........$40 John Deere 624K Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ................$45 John Deere 624K Military Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale....$30 John Deere 748H Log Skidder, 1:50 Scale ....................$45 John Deere 850J Crawler Dozer, 1:50 Scale ................$40 Komatsu 960E Mining Truck, 1:50 Scale ....................$250 Komatsu WA500-6 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$60 Komatsu D51 EX Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..............................$60 Komatsu D51 PX Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..............................$60 Komatsu D375 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..................................$85 Komatsu GD655 Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale....................$60 Komatsu HD605 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........$70 Komatsu Mack Granite MP w/Talbert Lowboy Trailer, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$75 Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$40 Komatsu PC2000-8 Front Shovel, 1:50 Scale ............$225 Komatsu SK1020 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40 Komatsu SK1026 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40 LBX 210 X2 Excavator, 1:40 Scale ................................$70 Link-Belt 3200 All Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ..............$180 Link-Belt 80100 Rough Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ......$160 LeTourneau Super C Scraper w/Cab, 1:50 Scale..........$80 LeTourneau Military Super C Scraper, 1:50 Scale ........$50 Northwest 25-D Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ............................$90 Terex PPM AC40/2L ATC, 1:50 Scale............................$175 Terex Demag AC100/4 ATC, 1:50 Scale........................$180 Terex TR60 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ................$170 Terex 860sx Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................$110 Vogele Super 700 Small Paver, 1:50 Scale....................$70 Vogele Vision 5200-2 Tracked Paver, 1:50 Scale ........$150 Volvo A25D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ....................$75 Volvo SD-122 Soil Compactor, 1:72 Scale ....................$40 Volvo BL71 Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ......................$45 Volvo L90E Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$70

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LOADERS From Komatsu - The Loader Experts

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Construction Numbers Get Boost From Nonresidential Construction in April SPENDING from page 1

Bureau data. Association officials noted, however, that the gains were tempered by sluggish homebuilding and declining levels of public investment in construction. “Overall economic conditions seem better than they have been for several years, which normally leads to wellrounded construction growth,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “But these figures may be deceptively positive, masking weakening public sector demand and stillweak demand for residential construction.” Simonson noted that the April results were boosted by a modest half-percent rise in private nonresidential construction and a deceptively large 3.1 percent leap in private residential spending. However, the residential growth was attributable to a 7.6 percent jump in the “improvements” category, a number the Census Bureau frequently revises

down in later months, as it did in March. The economist cautioned that the figures from more reliable residential categories — new single- and multi-family construction — declined by 1.0 percent and 0.1 percent, respectively. Simonson noted that private nonresidential spending also was uneven. The largest category, power construction, grew 3.2 percent, and there were increases of 4.7 percent for communication construction and 0.8 percent for private health care construction. But there were decreases of 1.3 percent in commercial construction (retail, warehouse and farm), 1.0 percent in manufacturing construction, and 3.2 percent in private office construction. The economist said the steep drop in public construction, which fell for the seventh straight month in April — by 1.9 percent — and shrank to a fouryear low, was cause for concern. “It appears that federal stimulus and military base realignment work are

tapering off, while state and local budgets for infrastructure have been shrinking for some time,” he said. The four largest public categories, accounting for three-fourths of public construction spending, all declined in April: highway and street construction, minus 1.6 percent; educational, minus 2.7 percent; transportation facilities, minus 3.8 percent; and sewage and waste disposal, minus 2.5 percent. Association officials said the mixed results show the importance of enacting long-term infrastructure funding bills for transportation, wastewater and drinking water, as well as having a tax and regulatory environment that encourages private investment in structures. “Economic recovery will remain sluggish and uneven unless construction and the sectors that depend on it share in growth,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer.

TT Technologies Offers Hydraulically Powered Mini-Grundotugger Models TT Technologies has introduced a trenchless method for replacing plastic and copper services — the Mini-Grundotugger. The hydraulically powered Mini-Grundotugger splits .5- to .75-in. (1.3 to 2 cm) copper and .5- to 2-in. (1.3 to 5 cm) PE and PVC house connections up to 100 ft. (30.5 m) in length with minimal disruption. The Mini-Grundotugger can be operated by a one- or two-person crew and pulling times can average up to 15 ft. (4.6 m) per minute (dependent on soil conditions). Two Mini-Grundotugger models are available. One model offers 9,000 lbs. (4,082 kg) of pullback while the other offers 12,000 lbs. (5,443 kg) of pullback. The unit’s specially designed splitting head and expander splits the host pipe and pulls in the new pipe directly behind the expander. Various attachments and cutting head options are available for a wide range of host pipe and product pipe characteristics. For more information, call 630/851-8200 or visit www.tttechnologies.com.

The hydraulically powered Mini-Grundotugger splits .5- to .75-in. (1.3 to 2 cm) copper and .5- to 2-in. (1.3 to 5 cm) PE and PVC house connections up to 100 ft. (30.5 m) in length.

And Your Hitachi Dealers

Carolinas’ Division 9550 Statesville Road Charlotte, NC 28269 704/597-0211 Fax 704/596-6198 101 Bruce Rd. Asheville, NC 28806 828/667-0176 Fax 828/667-4865 411 South Regional Road Greensboro, NC 27409 336/668-2762 Fax 336/668-3714 288 Westgate Drive Wilkesboro, NC 28697 336/973-8201 Fax 336/973-8496 305 N. Main St. Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 910/439-5653 Fax 910/439-4568

380 Anderson Road Highway Rock Hill, SC 29730 803/325-1555 Fax 803/325-1506 2510 Highway 70 SW Hickory, NC 28602 828/322-4300 Fax 828/322-4244 2421 US Highway 64 East Asheboro, NC 27203 336/625-2212 Fax 336/625-0738 2725 Old Monroe Road Matthews, NC 28104 704/821-7399 Fax 704/821-4915 805 Klumac Road Salisbury, NC 28144 704/636-2671 Fax 704/636-4827

Virginia Division 11047 Leadbetter Rd. Ashland, VA 23005 804/798-6001 Fax 804/752-7111 1711 E. Hundred Rd. Chester, VA 23836 804/748-9324 Fax 804/530-1930 Route 360 & 460 Burkeville, VA 23922 434/767-5578 Fax 434/767-3774 3902 W. Main St. Salem, VA 24153 540/380-2011 Fax 540/380-5547 98 Expo Road Fishersville, VA 22939 540/337-3057 Fax 540/337-1495

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Equipment Company 1206 Blaylock St, P.O. Box 3329 Albany, GA 31706 229/888-1212 Cuthbert, GA 229/732-2631 4500 Wendell Dr., SW Atlanta, GA 30336 404/691-9445 Grovetown, GA 706/855-5440 Columbus, GA 706/687-3344 Braselton, GA 770/965-1889 Macon, GA 478/788-1586 Adairsville, GA 770/773-9857 Dothan, AL 334/794-8691 Troy, AL 334/566-4181 Perry, FL 850/584-9200 Tallahassee, FL 850/575-5600 3464 Sunset Boulevard West Columbia, SC 29169 803/794-9340 Fax 803/794-9346

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IT TAKES GROUNDBREAKING TECHNOLOGY TO BE THE BEST AT GROUNDBREAKING. The New Kubota KX71-3 Compact Excavator Breakout force: 3,285 lbs. (arm) 6,350 lbs. (bucket) The most in its class 27.5 HP Kubota diesel engine Variable displacement pumps 18" tailswing overhang Large operator space Digital diagnostics Double-opening bonnet

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Dozier Crane Pooler, GA 31322 912-748-2684 Fax: 912-748-5361

M.D. Moody & Sons Jacksonville, FL 32207 904-737-4401 Fax: 904-636-0532

Stafford www.staffordequipment.com Ashland, VA 23005 804-798-4500 • 888-285-6200 Roanoke, VA 24077 540-992-4650 • 800-992-4650 Charlotte, NC 28206 704-333-0786 • 800-687-1672 Raleigh, NC 27607 919-657-0070 • 800-687-1672 West Columbia, SC 29169 803-796-4060 • 800-687-1672

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CLASSIFIEDS AERIAL LIFTS Manlifts All Makes & Models Rental, Parts, Service, Training Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800/445-4381

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Misc. Compaction Equip. 2008 Bomag BW211PD, s/n 901583261076, 40 hr.$78,000. 2006 Bomag BW145PDH, s/n 901581491139, 6 hrs..$37,500. Stafford 229-387-1576 (2) Cat 815 Compactors, s/n 91P212, 91P348 ...........................Ea. $39,000. Marshall Construction Co., Inc. 434-793-2715

CRANES Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800/445-4381

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Asphalt Rollers 2009 Stone WP4100, new, unused 40'' double drum asphalt roller, new!.....$21,000. JFW Equipment, Inc. 336-685-4998

BUCKETS Excavator Bucket HUNDREDS OF NEW & USED BUCKETS, Nationwide Locator service, Sample "New Bucket" prices ... Excavators (30,000-40,000 lb) 24" $2,200, 30" - $2,400, 42" $2,600, 48" - $2,900 Excavators (40,000-55,000 lb) 24" $2,400, 30" - $2,600, 42" $2,900, 48" - $3,100 Excavators (55,000-65,000 lb) 24" $2,600, 30" - $2,800, 42" $3,100, 48" - $3,300 Call the Grappler at 856/778-4070

COMPACTION EQUIP. Vibratory Compactors JCB Vibromax VM1500-33, s/n 4202108, 33'' trench roller, remote control, low hours, mint condition. Pictures available ....................... $ 2 5 ,50 0 . Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697

Accredited by the US Dept. of Labor Under 29CFR Part 1919 and Accredited by CALOSHA Call 800-841-6189 Atlantic Crane Inpection Services Visit us at www.atlanticcrane.com

CRAWLER TRACTORS Crawler Tractor 1997 John Deere 550G, LGP, open ROPS, PAT blade, new paint, average condition, 6724 hours................... $25 ,0 0 0 Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000 2003 Deere 750C, LGP, PAT blade, open ROPS, screen, sweeps, hang in rake, good condition, 4560...........$64,000. 2004 Deere 700H, LGP, cab with A/C, 132'' PAT blade, 30'' pads, sweeps, screens, new hang on rake, good ocndition, 5244 hours..................$62,000.

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2005 John Deere 650J, LGP, ROPS, hydro trans., 128'' screen and sweeps, good condition, 1806................$57,800. Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 843-572-0400 2001 John Deere 700H, 30" pads, lube rails, 132" 6-way blade, limb risers, rear & side screens, excellent factory warranty, 1500 hrs ...$121,000 Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 843/572-0400 1995 John Deere 550GTC, super clean, excellent condition................ $23,000.

2007 John Deere 120C, #17395, 28'' pads, cab with A/C, 9'11'' arm, aux. hyd., 36'' Helac bucket, very good condition, 1099 hours ....................................$76.900. Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000

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2010 JCB 930-4, 6000 lb capacity, 22' mast w/48'' forks, 4WD, mint condition, 500 hours. Pictures available ....................................$45,000. Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697

2007 John Deere 310J, ROPS, turbo, 4x4, GP loader, 24'' bucket, very good condition, 71 hours..........................$58,635. 2007 John Deere 310J, ROPS, 4x4, power S trans., GP front bucket, 24'' BH bucket, very good

GENERATORS

2005 Deere 50D, 36'' bucket, rubber tracks, push blade, very good condition, 1040 hours ..............................$32,000.

Generators & Gen Sets

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2007 IR/Doosan G570 Portable Generator, 570 KVA, trailer, 2000 hours, good condition ..................................$70,000.

bucket, good condition, 2862 hours.................. $39,500 .

2006 John Deere 650J, s/n T0650JX130978, 5 in stock, 1648, hours................$59,000. 2000 John Deere 650H, s/n 882786, 660 hours.....$30,000.

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Logging Equipment

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Five Star Equipment Inc. 607/775-2006

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Industrial Forklifts

Backhoe Loaders

EXCAVATORS Hydraulic Excavators 2006 Link Belt 460LX, s/n K7J60995, 3106 hours ..................................$145,000. 2007 Kobelco SK250, Stock s/n LL09U1412, 2 to choose from, 716 hours.................$109,000. 1997 Kobelco SK220LC, s/n LL41932, Ingersoll Rand drill, 6664 hours................$100,000. 2008 John Deere 35D, s/n FF035DX260050, 98 hours ....................................$28,000. Stafford 229-387-1576

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2007 John Deere 450J, LGP, ROPS, hydro trans., 124'' 6way blade, very good condition, 1072 hours ................$57,375.

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Rough Terrain Forklifts 2010 JCB 930, canopy, 4WD, 6000 lb lift, 22' mast with 66'' carriage and 48'' forks, mint condition, 550 hrs.......$38,500. Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697

1989 John Deere 410C, open ROPS, 2 wheel drive, 24'' bucket, GP loader bucket, fair condition, 2600 hours ....................................$13,875.

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Track Loaders Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000 2004 Case 580M Turbo, cab w/air, 4WD, Pilot controls, 24'' bucket, good condition, 2100 hours...........................$42,500. 859-254-6443

Cat 963E, s/n 2DS01439, new Cat tracks & 4-in-1 bucket, 8028 hours..................$69,000. Marshall Construction Co., Inc. 434-793-2715


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MOTOR GRADERS Graders Cat 12G, s/n 4XM02365, excellent condition......125,000. Cat 12G, s/n 61M1056, with rear ripper...................$65,000. Champion 720A, s/n 187160123693...........$59,000. Marshall Construction Co., Inc. 434-793-2715

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Bangor, ME Fri., July 8, 2011 For: Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Rochester, NY Sat., July 9, 2011 For: Late Model Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Equipment Trailers, Construction Equipment, Aerials & Forklifts • Syracuse, NY Fri., July 15, 2011 For: Amazing Classic Car Auction – Creampuff Corvettes and more! • Canastota, NY Sat., July 16, 2011 For: Lyon’s Annual Summer Hay Camp & Friday Night BBQ. Late Model Construction, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks and Trailers • San Bernardino, CA Thurs., June 21, 2011 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerials, Trucks and Trailers • Belpre, OH Fri., July 22, 2011 For: Complete Liquidation of Pipeline Contracting Company • Dallas, TX Tues., July 26, 2011 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction, Support, Attachments, Trucks and Trailers • Albany, NY Fri., July 29, 2011 For: Construction, Attachments, Support, Tools, Trucks & Trailers • Tuscaloosa, AL Fri., August 5, 2011 For: Complete Dum Trucks & Truck Tractor Liquidation plus Logging Equipment • Detroit, MI Sat., August 7, 2011 For: Construction and Ag Equipment, Support and Vehicles • Lexington, KY Sat., August 13, 2011 For: Corvette Extravaganza! Over 55 Corvettes! • Kissimmee, FL Tues., August 16, 2011 For: Construction, Support, Rental Fleet Equipment, Attachments, Trucks and Trailers • South Bend, IN Fri., September 23, 2011 For: 2 Auctions in 1 Day! Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

• Ledyard, CT (Foxwood Casino) DATE TBA For: Construction and Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Statesville, NC June 30, 2011 • St. Louis, MO June 30, 2011 • Spokane, WA June 30, 2011 • New Orleans, LA July 15, 2011 • Frederick, MD July 19, 2011 • Los Angeles, CA July 22, 2011 • Sacramento, CA July 26, 2011 • Fort Worth, TX July 27-28, 2011 • Hartford, CT July 28, 2011 • Chicago, IL August 2, 2011 • Rochester, NY August 10, 2011 • Denver, CO August 10, 2011 • Las Vegas, NV August 12, 2011 • Orlando, FL August 17, 2011 • Tipton, CA August 24, 2011 • North East, MD August 25, 2011 CA NA DA • Truro, NS July 7, 2011 • Montreal, QC July 12, 2011 • Regina, SK July 13, 2011 • Chilliwack, BC July 20, 2011 • Prince George, BC July 27, 2011 • Glassville, NB July 28, 2011 • Saskatoon, SK August 4, 2011 INT ERNATIONA L • Moncofa, Spain June 30 – Jul 1, 2011 • St. Aubin Sur Gaillon, France July 5, 2011 • Cancun, Mexico July 7, 2011

Coming Auctions • Caorso, Italy July 14, 2011 • Dubai, UAE July 19-20, 2011 • Torreon, Mexico August 10, 2011 • Polotitlan, Mexico September 6, 2011 • Brisbane, Australia September 13, 2011 • Geelong, Australia September 15, 2011

CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432 • Farmington, NM Tues., July 12, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Los Angeles, CA Wed., July 20, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

• Ocana, Spain September 15-16, 2011

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• Sacramento, CA Sat., July 9, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

• Grand Rapids, MI Wed., August 17, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

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• Prospect, CT Sat., August 20, 2011 • Prospect, CT Sat., October 15, 2011 • Prospect, CT Sat., December 10, 2011 HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Wind Gap, PA Wed., July 13, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Huntington, WV Wed., July 20, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

• Sioux Falls, SD Fri., November 18, 2011 • Foley, MN Fri., December 2, 2011 IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Thurs., June 30, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., July 7, 2011 For: Construction Equipment KEENAN AUCTION COMPANY www.keenanauction.com 207-885-5100 • Cumberland, ME Thurs., July 21, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Van Buren, ME Thurs., July 28, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 • Newberry, SC Wed., August 17, 2011 For: One Owner Absolute Auction • Pelzer, SC Wed.-Thurs., Sept 21-22, 2011 For: Annual Fall Contractors Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Bidding Starts to Close Thurs., July 28 - 10AM For: Construction Equipment RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN September 17, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Lebanon, TN December 10, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

RYAN AUCTION SALES www.ryanauctionsales.com 603-491-6159 • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., June 30, 201110AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Tues., July 26, 201110AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., August 18, 201110AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Tues., Sept. 6, 2011-10AM

ROGERS REALTY & AUCTION COMPANY www.rogersauctiongroup.com 800-442-7906

• Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., Sept. 22, 201110AM

• ONLINE ONLY Fri., July 1 – 11:00AM For: Construction Equipment

• Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Tues., October 11, 201110AM

ROY TIETSWORTH AUCTIONEERS www.tietsworth.com 585-243-1563 • Seneca Falls, NY Thurs., August 11, 2011 For: Construction and Farm Equipment, Antique Equipment • Oswego, NY Sat., August 27, 2011 For: Contractor Equipment Auction

• Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., October 27, 201110AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., Nov. 17, 201110AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., Dec. 15, 201110AM

• Lansing, NY Sat., September 10, 2011 For: Municipal Surplus and Contractor Equipment Auction

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173

• Groveland, NY Sat., September 17, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Heavy and Light Trucks

• ONLINE ONLY Bidding opens July 7, 2011 For: Kibble Equipment

• Springville, NY Sat., June 18, 2011 For: Farm Tractor and Machinery Auction

• Montgomery, MN Fri., July 22, 2011 For: George Ohmann Antique Tractor Auction • West Fargo, ND Wed., July 27, 2011 For: Construction and Ag Equipment, Trucks, Vehicles and More

• Brooklyn, MS Fri.-Sat., Sept. 23-24, 2011 For: Mississippi Contractors Auction

• Rochester, NY Sat., October 1, 2011 For: Heavy Construction Equipment, Cars and Trucks

• ONLINE ONLY Fri., August 5, 2011 www.IRAYONLINE.COM

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

• Hamburg, NY Sat., October 8, 2011 For: Municipal and Contractor Equipment Auction

• Sioux Falls, SD Fri., August 19, 2011

• ONLINE ONLY Bidding Starts to Close Thurs., June 30 - 10AM For: Construction Equipment

• Syracuse, NY Sat., October 22, 2011 For: Municipal and Contractor Equipment Auction

VAN MASSEY AUCTION & REALTY www.vanmassey.com 931-433-8686

• ONLINE ONLY Bidding Starts to Close Thurs., July 14 - 10AM For: Construction Equipment

• Groveland, NY Sat., December 3, 2011 For: Farm and Construction Equipment, Heavy and Light Trucks

• Hazel Green, AL Thurs., July 2, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers & Real Estate

IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Johnson Creek, WI Fri., July 22, 2011

• Foley, MN Fri., September 16, 2011 • Portage, WI Fri., October 14, 2011 • ONLINE ONLY Fri., November 4, 2011 www.IRAYONLINE.COM

• Litchfield, MN Thurs., August 11, 2011 For: Construction and Ag Equipment, Vehicles and More!


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MANITOU 3 TO 5 TON TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS • WE ARE INTERESTED TO BUY MANITOU FORKLIFTS ONLY FROM USA/CANADA WHOLESALERS/CONTRACTORS. WHOLESALE PRICES ONLY. CONTACT: MARK EMAIL: VANSEQUIP@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JAW CRUSHER 2003NEWER • WE ARE TRYING TO LOCATE JAW CRUSHER EITHER IN TEXAS OR NEAR TEXAS CONTACT: BARBARA PHONE: 903-509-2307 FAX: 903-561-3917 EMAIL: BDC1950@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JCB 5508, 550 (140170) | WE URGENTLY WANT TO BUY FROM USA CONTRACTORS/DEALER WHOLESALERS. CONTACT: MARK EMAIL: VANSEQUIP@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CF (WOODS) QUICK COUPLER | MUST HAVE 80 MM PINS 12-12 1/4 BETWEEN EARS CAN BE BETWEEN 17 3/4 AND 18 INCHES CENTER TO CENTER OF PINS CONTACT: TOM SCHIMELFENIG PHONE: 701.984.2522 FAX: 701.984.2523 EMAIL: TOMPEGGY@DAKTEL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ANY CONDITION-NEEDED FOR PARTS NPK E 218 HYDRAULIC HAMMER CONTACT: PHIL PHONE: 413-427-7171 EMAIL: PHILG123@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI ZX 270 | 2004-2006 YEAR, CLEAN WORK READY CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 4X4 SINGLE AXLE CAB CHAS | LIKE A INTERNATIONAL 4300 DT466 WILL LENGTH TO FIT CONTACT: RALPH PHONE: 580-591-3922 FAX: 580-536-2355 EMAIL: RDICKSON2@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TIRE HANDLER | TIRE HANDLER FOR 773 & 637 TIRES CONTACT: TOM WEAVER PHONE: 540-389-7002 FAX: 540-389-7072 EMAIL: TWEAVER@PARADIGMINTL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– INSULATION BLOWER USED GOOD QUALITY | ALSO NEED 7X12 CARGO TRAILER FOR INSULATION BLOWER CONTACT: TONY PHONE: 727-459-3935 EMAIL: TONYSABELLICHI@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TO BUY BULLDOZER SPECIALITE D8 WITH RIPPER 1977 AT 2011 CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@BULLDOZERJM.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

CF PINGRABBER QUICK COUPLER | MUST HAVE 80 MM PINS APPROX. 17 3/4 CENTER TO CENTER 12 INCHES BETWEEN EARS PREFER MECHANICAL BUT WILL CONSIDER HYDRAULIC CONTACT: TOM SCHIMELFENIG PHONE: 701-984-2522 FAX: 701-984-2523 EMAIL: TOMPEGGY@DAKTEL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZER D7G AND D7H WITH RIPPER CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WILLARD | KOMATSU EXCAVATOR, 50,000 APPROX WEIGHT. $50,000 OR UNDER. WITH HEAT/AIR/THUMB. CONTACT: FROM MISSOURI PHONE: 660-484-3522 OR 660-542-4454 FAX: 660-484-3722 EMAIL: WKWOOD@GREENHILLS.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRIPLE L TRAILER | TRAILER THAT THE DECK LOWERS TO THE GROUND PREFERABLY A 7612 DROP DECK SCISSOR LIFT TRAILER CONTACT: DAN MCKINNEY EMAIL: DANO@COOPSONE.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– RUBER TIRE TRACTOR BACKHOE | JD OR CASE GOOD SHAPE 10 TO 12 REACH CONTACT: RICH PHONE: 507-847-3266 507-840-0838 EMAIL: RICHLIN507@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRAWLER CRANE | WANT TO BUY. AMERICAN 9310 CRAWLER. CONTACT: DON AUSTIN PHONE: 512-750-9742 FAX: 512-301-0163 EMAIL: MACHINERYPICTURE@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 980G | YEAR 2000 +/CLEAN WORK READY CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JCB 550, 550140, 550170,1998, 2007 | WE ALWAYS BUY THESE UNITS. PLEASE SEND IF YOU HAVE. THANKS CONTACT: MARK EMAIL: VANSEQUIP@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 5000 POUND FORKLIFT/AIR TIRES | LOOKING FOR AN OFF SOLID SURFACE TIRED 5000 POUND FORKLIFT. PREFER GAS ENGINE CONTACT: JOE HOTZE PHONE: 618-548-1711 FAX: 618-548-6753 EMAIL: JOEHOTZE@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED TO BUY JCB TELEHANDLERS & CATERPILLAR WHEELLOADERS | OFFER ME THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENTS.JCB TELEHANDLERS 550140/170.CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS 950B,950E,966D,966E.966F. CONTACT: HIDAYAT KHAN PHONE: +92-333-3298751 EMAIL: NAQIB_KHANINTRCO@ HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED TO BUY HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200,UH083,UH077 | OFFER ME THE FOLLOWING HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200-1,EX200LC-1,UH083,UH077. CONTACT: NAQIB KHAN PHONE: +92-333-3298751 EMAIL: NAQIB_KHAN73@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1986 1990 KAWASAKI WHEEL LOADERS | LOOKING TO PURCHASE ANY KAWASAKI WHEEL LOADER RANGING YEAR 1986 - 1990. CONTACT: ALI HUSSAIN PHONE: 314-537-2809 EMAIL: ABUMUJTABA1963@ YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAB FOR CAT 420D | OPEN ROPS CAB FOR CAT 420D CONTACT: JENNIFER PHONE: 256-533-1100 FAX: 256-533-1191 EMAIL: JENNIFER@ DONKENNEDYANDSONS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MT6642, MLT627 | WE ARE INTERESTED TO BUY URGENTLY THESE UNITS AT COMPETITIVE PRICES.THANKS CONTACT: AYYAZ ALLAM EMAIL: AUTOLINKINTERNATIONAL@ GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JRB STYLE QUICK COUPLER TO FIT 544E LOADER | LOOKING FOR A COMPLETE HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER TO RETRO FIT ON A JD 544-E LOADER. USED IS PREFFERED CONTACT: JOHN NYE EMAIL: NYEPARENTS@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JCB550 OR 550140 (1997-2003), SAKAI T2, BOMAG 161 & 165 AD | WE NEED THE ABOVE MENTION EQUIPMENT ONLY FROM USA-CANADA-JAPAN & EUROPE.THANKS CONTACT: AYYAZ ALLAM EMAIL: AUTOLINKPK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HORIZONTAL BORING MACHINE CONTACT: MARSHALL CONSTRUCTION CO. INC. PHONE: (434) 793-2715 FAX: (434) 793-2803 EMAIL: TPRESSLEY62@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

USED #325 CAT DOORS, RIGHT HAND DOOR PART # 1776075; LEFT HAND DOOR PART # 1849022. DOORS NEED TO HAVE DECALS. CONTACT: MEMPHIS WRECKING COMPANY PHONE: 901-774-4011 FAX: 901-946-9793 EMAIL: MEMWRECK@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SEND US A QUOTE, CATALOGUE AND NECESSARY DETAIL FOR THE SUPPLY OF THE BELOW MENTIONED. 1. PEDESTRIAN TRENCHER - EQUIVALENT TO DITCH WITCH RT-24 WALK-BEHIND TRENCHER PRODUCT NEEDS A 36" BOOM AND A 100% BOLT-ON SHARKTOOTH CHAIN AND TRENCH CLEANER 2. TRAILER - EQUIVALENT TO DITCH WITCH TRAILER S1-A. CONTACT: PRASHANTH PHONE: 00968-92807072 FAX: 00968-23279065 EMAIL: ABUGHAZLAN@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SOLAR 130(EXCAVTORS)19905 • WE ARE INTRESTED IN BUYING SOLAR 130(WHEEL EXCAVATORS)1990-5 FROM SOUTH KOREA AND ALSO INTRESTED USED MOTOR GRADER CONTACT: AGHA WAQAR ALI KHAN PHONE: 92-300-4642935 FAX: 92-42-35942188 EMAIL: BDIL6@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU MODEL PC20-7 SER#38938 CONTACT: F.MULTARI FAX: 845-586-3854 EMAIL: CAROL.MULTARI@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TO BUY FROM USER D6H D6R D7G D7H D8K D8N WITH RIPPER OR WINCH USER CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED HITACHI EXCAVATOR EX200,EX200LC • WE NEED HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200, EX200LC, YEARS FROM 1987 TO 1990, OFFER ME. CONTACT: NAQIB KHAN PHONE: +92-345-3298751 EMAIL: NAQIB_KHAN73@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT IT QUICK COUPLERS CONTACT: EVIE PHONE: 603-899-2000 FAX: 603-899-2006 EMAIL: EVIE@202TRUCK.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BOBCAT SKID LOADER INQUIRY | WE ARE LOOKING FOR BOBCAT S130. WE WANT TO BUY 4 UNIT SKID LOADER. CONTACT: MAX PHONE: +886 2 22767678 FAX: +886 2 22767679 EMAIL: MAXMOUT@CATLON.COM.TW ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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More Than 1,500 Bidders Participate in Ritchie Atlanta Sale

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itchie Bros. Auctioneers’ held a multi-million dollar auction June 9 in Atlanta, Ga.

In total, more than 1,500 bidders from 41 countries, including 47 U.S. states and nine Canadian provinces, registered to participate in the auction either onsite or online. More than 80 percent of the equipment was purchased by out-of-state buyers from as far away as United Arab Emirates, Chile, Malaysia, Nigeria and Thailand. Approximately 32 percent of the equipment was sold to online buyers. The auction featured more than 1,150 equipment items and trucks, including more than 35 hydraulic excavators, 30 crawler tractors, more than 30 loader backhoes, more than 15 skid steer It’s just another day at the office for the Ritchie staffers loaders, more than 10 motor scrapers, more than 15 agricultural who were working the crowd for bids on a package of eight tractors and more than 15 truck tractors. John Deere 310G backhoe loaders rolling across the ramp.

Carefully watching and monitoring the auction pricing of the wheel loaders rolling across the ramp are Russ Huber (L) and Jeff Duncan of Cowin Equipment Company, Atlanta, Ga.

Jotting final notes on some machines of interest before taking a seat in the theater area is Jonathan Snow of Snowco General Contractors, McIntyre, Ga. Looking more like a TV reality show panel of judges than three guys discussing auction prices (L-R) are Bill Woods, Woods Equipment Company, Nashville, Tenn.; Wheeler Johnson of Ritchie Bros.; and Wendell Cain of Cain & Todd Equipment, Lilburn, Ga.

Waiting for the big iron to go on the auction block (LR) are Brandon Pierce and Steve Pierce of Double P Grading, Williamson, Ga.; and Barry Smith, Southern Dump Truck Services, Jackson, Ga.

Benny Vos (L) and his son, Roy Vos (R), of Export Link USA, Clermont, Fla., conferred with Gary Stone of Equipment Marketing Services, Peachtree City, Ga., during the inspection process on several excavators of interest.

Making the trek from northern Ohio to check out some of the machines for sale, including this nice looking Komatsu WA 250 wheel loader, were Shane Helms and his daughter, Rachel Helms, of Helms & Sons Excavating, Findlay, Ohio.

Jerry Hawthorne (L) and Lee Mashburn of Mashburn Equipment Rentals & Sales from the recently tornado ravaged Ringgold, Ga., area were seriously considering the four Komatsu PC400LCs in the sale lineup.


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The AGC of ST. Louis is excited to announce a new award to recognize excellence among the Specialty Contractor members of the AGC of St. Louis. Through a secret ballot process, AGC General Contractors will vote for FIRST PLACE specialty contractor in ten separate categories: Concrete/Paving Earthwork & Utilities Electrical Environmental Remediation & Demolition Finishes, Openings & Fixtures Masonry Mechanical Structural & Finish Carpentry Structural & Finish Metals Thermal & Moisture Protection Each first place contractor will be recognized with a FIRST PLACE award in the specified category. The Specialty Contractor receiving the highest number of votes overall will also be awarded the distinction of Specialty Contractor of the Year by the AGC of St. Louis. This award allows the General Contractors to publicly acknowledge those best practices. To be eligible, a Specialty Contractor must be a member of the AGC of St. Louis. The Specialty Contractor award recipients will be named and presented their awards at the AGC of St. Louis Awards Gala featuring the Keystone Awards & the Specialty Contractor of the Year on Thursday, November 3, 2011 at the Millennium Hotel in downtown St. Louis. You won’t want to miss this event as we name the first Specialty Contractor of the Year! Thursday, July 14, 2011 – Membership Meeting. AGC St. Louis July Membership Meeting. Join AGC St. Louis for a presentation by Tom Irwin, Executive Director of Civic Progress. Civic Progress represents some of the largest firms located in St. Louis which seeks to identify and support initiatives that can help unify the St. Louis region to align and invest scarce public resources in our community to ensure the St. Louis region has the transportation infrastructure it needs to compete in today’s global economy. Education is key to our community and good schools help attract and keep families in our communities. You’ll want to hear what this important organization deems as the priority areas for the future of our region. Time: 5:30 PM Cocktails 6:30 PM Dinner 7:30 PM Presentation Early discounted price of $85.00 applies for registration by July 8th. After July th 8 the price is $100.00. Coordinator for this event is Nancy Valentine; Norwood Hills Country Club, One Norwood Hills Drive, Saint Louis, MO 63121. July 15, 2011 – Expo. MoDOT/AGC 2011 Small Business Expo. AGC of Missouri, AGC of St. Louis and the Missouri Department of Transportation

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(MoDOT) are partnering to bring you the MoDOT/AGC 2011 Small Business Expo. The workshop will be held Friday, July 15 (day after AGC/MO BBQ) at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City, MO. Registration deadline is July 6, 2011. AGC Members, Prime Contractors, Subcontractors, DBEs, Community Based Organizations, Business Partners, Public Agencies, and New Business Owners – are cordially invited to attend this free workshop! All companies are invited to have an exhibit booth at the 2011 MoDOT/AGC Small Business Expo at a cost of $75 per booth. Booths will be assigned by AGC, and will include 8X10 booth space, pipe and drape, 8’table, two chairs, waste-basket and signage. Electricity, AV and other re quests should be made directly with Kelly Forck at Capitol Plaza Hotel (573-638-2312). July 18-20, 2011 – Workshop. Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers (IAAP) Illinois Teachers Workshop: Teachers from your community should register. The IAAP’s Public Information and Education Committee will hold its 15th annual Illinois Teachers Workshop, “Rocks, Minerals & Mining in Today’s Society” at Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois on July 18 to 20, 2011. This workshop is providing to be very popular. Teachers have begun registering and we are now 1/3 of the way to our capacity of 35 teachers. The goal of this workshop is to inform teachers in grades K-12 about the importance of rocks, minerals, and mining in everyday life. Questions? Please call, Shawn McKinney, Outreach Manager, IAAP, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, IL at 217-241-1639. AED Dealer Executive Events Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) is pleased to announce several events and programs tailored specifically for dealership principals and senior management. AED’s CFO Conference: Financial Issues for Distribution CFOs and CEOs October 20-21, 2011 Join the financial powerhouses of the industry for an in-depth examination of the accounting and tax issues, financial strategies, and profit opportunities for the equipment distributor. The CFO Conference is your chance to meet with financial experts and peers for frank discussions, thorough analysis, and an insider’s perspective on the current year and what lies ahead. The AED CFO Conference is designed specifically for CFOs, CEOs, COOs, as well as other key executives with financial responsibilities. All attendees will enjoy a blended program of seminars and workshops with an emphasis on hands-on learning, group discussion and Q&A forums. IT’S RED BIRD SEASON IN THE NEW STADIUM!!! 2011 St. Louis CARDINALS Tickets are now available! The AGC of St. Louis has a luxury suite this season at Busch Stadium. The

2011 price for a single game is $1,900. Three game packages are available for $5,700, and five game packages are priced at $9,500. All food and beverages costs are in addition to these fees. You may reserve your choice of game packages by listing the package number and emailing information to dpigg@agcstl.org. Reservations will be held in the order your request is received. The game dates are firm, however, the Cardinals say that some game times may be changed to accommodate national television. If you have questions, please call Donna M. Pigg, Administrative Accountant, at 314-7812356 extension 108. AED Executive Forum September 8-9, 2011, Rosemont, Illinois. This two-day event will combine information on the trends and issues that are shaping the future of equipment distribution with an opportunity to network with senior-level industry executives. An impressive group of leaders will share their insights and perspectives and challenge you with new answers to old problems. September 15, 2011 – Membership Meeting. AGC St. Louis September Membership Meeting to be held on Thursday, September 15, 2011 at Norwood Hills Country Club, One Norwood Hills Drive Country Club, St. Louis, MO 63121. Cost is $85.00 inclusive of cocktails and dinner for Early Registration by Friday, September 9th. $100 per person if registering after September 9th. Cocktails: 5:30 to 6:30 PM; Dinner: 6:30 to 7:30 PM; Presentation: 7:30 PM. Construction has shown signs of turning positive in recent months after a five-year slide, but will it last? The private sector may finally be coming to life but federal and state funds are getting scarcer. Will the price spikes that hit some materials in the Spring keep spreading – or reverse course? How will the St. Louis area fare compared with other parts of the state and the nation? AGC of America Chief Economist Ken Simonson will answer these questions and yours. For more information you may call Donna Pigg at the AGC office at 314-781-2356, extension 108 or email: dpigg@agcstl.org. Successful 2010 Build St. Louis Expo. The Build St. Louis Expo was a great success! The aisles were full of representatives from all facets of the industry. All of the booths were sold, so attendees had some great new specialty contractors to meet and view new products on the market by the suppliers. The expo gave another meaning to the words “social networking” and actually shaking hands. Our appreciation to our industry participants – St. Louis Council or Construction Consumers, AIA St. Louis, St. Louis Minority Business Council and Contractors Assistance Program who helped promote the event to their members.

2011 CARDINALS BASEBALL TICKETS! There are still Cardinals tickets left for this season! The AGC of St. Louis has a luxury suite in Busch Stadium that seats twenty. Pricing includes 20 tickets for each game, access to the Redbird Club Level, and two reserved parking spaces in the parking area near the ballpark. Single games are priced at $1,900. You are responsible for your food and beverages. Contact Donna Pigg at dpigg@agcstl.org or 314-7812356, extension 108 for more information!


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Protecting Wetlands Dictates Length of New Bridge BRIDGES from page 1

A $136 million bridge and road building project is under way that will make this stretch safer. “Dating back to 1955, the current bridge, though a straight span crossing the river, lies between two curves that were not designed for the heavy traffic that uses the road today,” explained Adam Mathews, project manager of Flatiron-Lane, the main contractor on the job. “The curves on either side of the river are fairly sharp and the span is only two lanes on each side of the interstate. When completed, the three miles of highway will have four lanes on each span and the approaches will be much less problematic. The new bridges will start about 500 feet east of the current location.” Two of the cranes used for the project are owned by FlatironLane, and were brought onto the site from various parts of the country and the world. They are currently using seven track-mounted cranes: four Manitowoc 888’s, two Manitowoc 4100’s and one Manitowoc 555. The 4100s have yellow drill attachments on them. These Manitowoc cranes are of various ages. The tallest has a height of about 180 ft. (54.8 m). Some of the cranes have attachments for drilling and drilling has been done down to the bedrock, some 70 to 80 ft. (21 to 24 m). Three cranes are involved in that. The shafts being drilled on the land side are actually deeper than those in the riverbed, as on the land there is more soil before the rock is reached. In the riverbed more erosion of the soil has taken place and the bedrock is closer to the surface. Another crane is at the lay down yard where the rebar cages are located. Each crane has its own operator and around all these cranes some 50 to 60 people are typically busy at work. There are two 888 Manitowoc cranes and many workers assembling the trestle ahead of the bridgework. Most of the crane work is on schedule. Though it was a rough winter, it hasn’t really been too bad for getting the work done, according to Mathews. At one point work had to shut down due to too much

rain and the soil being unable to dry out. Protecting the wetlands here also has been something of a challenge. “North Carolina is a very environmentally conscious state,” said Mathews. “There were also a couple of days when we had to take cranes down due to the high winds, but that is also nothing out of the ordinary on such projects as this.” Darin Waller, resident engineer with North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has been involved in administering projects to make sure they are built to the standards and the specifications, to keep track of any material testing on the site and sampling the concrete and the soils. “NCDOT has about ten people on the Yadkin River highway job. Once the construction season gets ready to start ramping up, we’ll probably have 20 to 25 people out here,” Waller said. A temporary bridge is being built so that they can access it to build the two permanent bridges over the Yadkin River. The main bridges are almost 3,000 feet in length. “A long bridge is necessary because basically we’re in an environmentally sensitive area, spanning the wetlands, and we had to keep from damaging those and trying to have as minimal an impact on that area as possible. In this project not only do we have the environmental concerns that we’ve got to address, but we also have to cross the railroad twice,” said Waller. One of those crossings is spur line and the other is a mainline track for North Carolina Railroad and Norfolk Southern, the operating railroads on that line. This is a fairly busy track, according to Waller, because several miles just north of the track is one of their switching yards. West of this work, upstream of the project, stands a historic concrete arch bridge called the Wilcox Bridge. Repair work is being done to that structure and when they are done with that bridge, there won’t be any permanent traffic on that span. It will be turned over to Davidson County for use as a walking bridge for pedestrian traffic. Paralleling the Wilcox Bridge is

Photo courtesy of the N.C. Department of Transportation

The crews building the new I-85 bridges over the Yadkin River are getting a helping hand from the platforms, or “fingers,” that extend out from the temporary work bridge.

Photo courtesy of the N.C. Department of Transportation

Currently, seven track-mounted cranes are on the job: four Manitowoc 888’s, two Manitowoc 4100’s and one Manitowoc 555. The 4100s have yellow drill attachments on them.

Photo courtesy of the N.C. Department of Transportation

The red movable platform enables crews doing repair work on the Wil-Cox Bridge to reach areas underneath the bridge over the Yadkin River.

the US 29/70 bridge which also is going to be replaced during the Yadkin River project. FlatironLane will be building the U.S. 29/70 northbound bridge using each completed section of the bridge as the work platform for the next section; eliminating the need for a temporary work bridge and reducing the impact to the environment. NCDOT has three bridges all within a short distance of each other that it also is working on at the same time in this corridor. Work on the Yadkin River project started in October 2010. The plan is to have traffic on the first northbound bridge of I-85 by March 2012 and all traffic off of the old bridges by May 2012, and by January of 2013 Flatiron-Lane will have the entire project completed. “That is a very fast pace to build a project of this size in two and a half years,” said Waller. This is a design build project, in which teams of designers and contractors work simultaneously to design and construct a project to speed up completion. This approach helps avoid cost inflation on longer projects and allows the contractor to make innovations that save taxpayer dollars, according to Waller. Flatiron-Lane is a joint venture of Flatiron Constructors Inc., based in Longmont, Colo., and The Lane Construction Corp., Cheshire, Conn. The partnership submitted a bid far less than the anticipated $180 million cost for the construction. STV is doing the design work of the bridge. Another section just north of this one is getting ready to start up. That work will go from the end of this project up to the point where Business I-85 splits in Linwood, N.C. “Once that project is done it will pretty much complete this corridor in this area, involving the widening,” added Waller. Besides environmentally sensitive areas, there are historic lands in the immediate vicinity as well. An old trading ford is in the area where the river was once crossed, perhaps by ferry. York Hill, a battleground, is located near the historic bridge. see BRIDGES page 61


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2008 JOHN DEERE 1050J

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HUGE PUBLIC AUCTION

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Business Liquidation AUCTION

Thurs., July 21st 9AM CST Selling for Simmons Ready Mix Concrete Co. (in business for over 40 years) 14025 Hwy. 231/431, Hazel Green, AL 35750

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Huge 2-Day Contractors’ Auction Selling Construction Equip., Heavy-duty Trucks, Trailers, Farm Tractors, Logging Equip., Support Equip., Vehicles & More

Wednesday, July 20th & Thursday, July 21st • 9am 1042 Holland Ave • Philadelphia, Mississippi 39350 Phone: 601.656.9768 • Fax: 601.656.0192 bid

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TERMS: Full Settlement Day of Sale. 10% Buyers Fee will be charged on the first $2500 of each lot then a 1% Buyers Fee on the remaining balance of each lot.

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Ph: 334.677.3192 • Fx: 334.671.0149 3664 South Oates Street Dothan, Alabama 36301

Auctioneers: Donnie W. Dean, MS Lic. 733 & Wes Dean, AA Lic. 2791

Inspection: Weds., July 20th 1-5PM John Deere 544C Loader • Mack Tractor • (4) Advance Concrete Trucks • 32 Ft. Aluminum Frameless Dump Trailer • Concrete Plant (to be moved) • Trucks • 4.6 Acres in 4 Tracts w/Nice Home • Shop Tools • Equipment Real Estate: 4.6 Acres (in 4 Tracts), Nice Home, Shop, 24x32 Building, (2) 100x200 Lots on Hwy. 231/431-shown by appointment. Concrete Plant (to be moved): Stephens Decumulating Plant Includes: Stephens Silo, Fly Ash Silo, Batch Scales, Conveyor & Hoppers - Selling as ONE Unit. Concrete Trucks: (1) 1986 (2) 1993 (1) 1996 Advance 11 yd. Front Discharge, CAT & Cummins Engines. Loader: John Deere 544-C Articulating Loader w/Cab, Trucks: 2001 Mack CH-613 (10 Speed) 1999 Ford F-350, 1999 Ford F-150. Trailer: 1994 32 Ft. Aluminum Frameless Dump Trailer w/Electric Tarp (Nice)

Truck Tires & Wheels • Shop Equipment Including Torches, Welders, Grinders, Saws, Drills, Tanks • Lots of Truck Engine Parts Order of Sale: 9AM - Shop Tools, Etc. 10AM - Trucks, Tractors, Concrete Plant 12PM - Real Estate

Note: Trucks, Tractors & Concrete Plant Bidding On-Line w/bidspotter.com

Terms: Real Estate - 10% of purchase price required on sale day. Balance within 30 days of closing. Other Purchases - Cash or check w/bank letter addressed to auction co. A 3% buyer premium charged on purchases through Bid Spotter. All items sell As-Is, Where-Is. For more, go to www.vanmassey.com.

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Flatiron-Lane Making Efforts to Minimize Disruption BRIDGES from page 58

“A wide variety of agencies had to be met with in our efforts to get a design of the bridge that everyone could be happy with, another challenge going into this project and letting it get under way,” said Waller. “We wanted to make sure our design and everything we do satisfied everybody.” In addition to replacing the I-85 bridges spanning the Yadkin, the U.S. 29/70 bridge and the parallel bridges that cross over the North Carolina Railroad tracks north of the river, phase one plans also include: replacing the parallel bridges over the Duke Power Industrial Rail Spur south of river; reconstructing the interchange of I-85 at N.C. 150; removing the interchange of I-85 at Clark Road and the construction of noise walls. Work is being done 24 hours a day. Flatiron-Lane is making a concerted effort to minimize disruption to I-85 traffic, improve safety when hauling materials and equipment to the construction sites; and constructing a single temporary work bridge instead of two separate temporary work bridges when replacing the I-85 bridge over the Yadkin River. Doing so is more environmentally friendly and will accelerate the work schedule. Flatiron-Lane also is providing a fiveyear warranty on the project. The new bridge has spurred interest from all around the state, where it’s considered the number one project right now, according to Mathews. “The governor and the Secretary of Transportation have both visited the project, as have quite a few others. We’re glad that the Flatiron-Lane crews, cranes and equipment are all part of that process.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Photo courtesy of the N.C. Department of Transportation

Crews poured the concrete to build the first above-ground support columns for the new I-85 North bridge over the Yadkin River in Davidson and Rowan counties.

Photo courtesy of the N.C. Department of Transportation

The crews building the new I-85 bridges over the Yadkin River are getting a helping hand from the platforms, or “fingers,” that extend out from the temporary work bridge.


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ADVERTISER INDEX ALLU GROUP............................................................................................15

JOHN DEERE............................................................................................41

ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ...........................................3,12

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY............................................42

BARGAINS ................................................................................................53

KLEEMAN..................................................................................................37

BEARD EQUIPMENT CO............................................................................9

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP.....................................................................47

BROOKS SALES INC ...............................................................................12

KUBOTA EXCAVATOR ..............................................................................50

CAT AUCTION SERVICES

M D MOODY & SONS INC .........................................................................6

FARMINGTON, NEW MEXICO .............................................................60

MOBRO MARINE INC .................................................................................2

CATERPILLAR OF FLORIDA ....................................................................11

NORAM .....................................................................................................43

CEG SCALE MODELS ..............................................................................46

NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS .......................................................28

CLASSIFIEDS ......................................................................................52,53

NORTRAX EQUIPMENT CO FL ...............................................................13

COBLE TRENCH SAFETY........................................................................15

PILE EQUIPMENT INC .............................................................................10

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO .........................................................34

POWERSCREEN MID-ATLANTIC ............................................................33

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

WANTED ...............................................................................................55

AUCTION CALENDAR ..........................................................................63

ATTACHMENTS PROMO......................................................................30

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY...............................................................16

ONE BUY NATIONAL COVERAGE ......................................................23

ROGERS REALTY & AUCTION CO .........................................................57

FELLING EW SLEEPER & MIDCO TESTIMONIAL..............................19

ROTOBEC .................................................................................................26

DEANCO AUCTION & SALES CO INC

SAND SCIENCE........................................................................................36

PHILADELPHIA MS...............................................................................61

SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES.....................................................................38

DIESEL COMPONENTS .............................................................................6

SENNEBOGEN .........................................................................................35

DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA............................................................39

SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ..................................................27

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER.................................................................45

SOUTHERN TRACTOR SERVICE ...........................................................38

DURATECH ...............................................................................................32

T-QUIP OF FLORIDA ................................................................................16

DYNAPAC..................................................................................................40

TAR HEEL MACHINERY .............................................................................7

EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS ....................................................................17

TEREX CRANES.......................................................................................51

EAST BAY TIRE ........................................................................................10

THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS................................................38

ESCO CORP .............................................................................................27

TOMCON INDUSTRIES INC.....................................................................10

FELLING TRAILERS .................................................................................21

TOWMASTER INC ....................................................................................22

FLANGE LOCK..........................................................................................16

TRENCH SHORING SERVICES.................................................................9

FLECO ATTACHMENTS............................................................................28

VAN MASSEY AUCTION

GATORBACK TRACKS & EQUIPMENT ...................................................38 GEHL .........................................................................................................40 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ........................................................32

HAZEL GREEN AL ................................................................................61 WORLDNET AUCTIONS CONDUCTING VIRTUAL AUCTIONS...................................................57

HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY ...............................................................64 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ...........................................48,49

ALABAMA STATE SUPPLEMENT

INTELLIGENT SIGNAL TECHNOLOGY ...................................................12

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

IRON PLANET

JCB OF ALABAMA ......................................................................................7

ONLINE AUCTION ................................................................................59

THOMPSON TRACTOR CO ....................................................................4,5

JAMES RIVER.............................................................................................5

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO INC............................................................8

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40 USA PITTSBURGH, PA PHOENIX, AZ NOVI, MI JACKSON, MS SALT LAKE CITY, UT STATESVILLE, NC ST. LOUIS, MO SPOKANE, WA NEW ORLEANS, LA FREDERICK, MD LOS ANGELES, CA SACRAMENTO, CA FORT WORTH, TX HARTFORD, CT CHICAGO, IL ROCHESTER, NY DENVER, CO LAS VEGAS, NV ORLANDO, FL TIPTON, CA NORTH EAST, MD

724.947.7240 602.269.5631 248.380.3800 601.939.2258 801.250.1836 704.873.6633 618.688.1625 509.226.5184 713.455.5200 410.287.4330 951.940.9441 530.724.3900 817.237.6544 860.684.1055 815.941.6400 585.205.5156 970.535.6700 702.644.2468 863.420.9919 559.752.3343 410.287.4330

JUN 27 JUN 28 JUN 28 JUN 29 JUN 29 JUN 30 JUN 30 JUN 30 JUL 15 JUL 19 JUL 22 JUL 26 JUL 27 & 28 JUL 28 AUG 2 AUG 10 AUG 10 AUG 12 AUG 17 AUG 24 AUG 25

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1.800.357.0659 780.538.1100 902.895.3700 450.464.2888 306.776.2397 604.823.2700 250.963.8491 902.895.3700 306.933.9333

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